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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 11, 1934
Publication Date: 1888-
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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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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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FIfTY-SIX STARKE FLORIDA. nii> )AY. MAR 11. 1934

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[feachers ChosenBy County OppositionIn Ranks Bradford To Give Few In Bradford Voters 'QualifyT;;County; FERA Calls Halt I Returns To Speak I Criminal Cases-



[ School BoardFor Of -OfficeSeekersWith Fund For ExhibitAt For June Primaries On Construction; Will Be Tried''

today the last day for qualification : figures>* l in+the office of Super.



Many, Places ers' districts.announcements in of county only In two District candidates commission showed 2, L.opposition political L.- \World- Fair show electors visor that of have Registration only qualified approximately H.to C.vote Wall 1000 in Few Men Working In Court Mondayu!) '


the June prlmary-ithe
smallest list
Conner Is opposed by W M. Edwards $830( For That .
Not To Be Purpose Placed
List in a I -
Faculty number of ;
Start P who In yearsAlthough Loa a I Administration nvllevrsLurgrr .. .. ,
announced The
this week Budget Commissioners '
-\PllolnW Until After By Sroby\ Trial I* ('ontlnuecl-Th.-- 'F 1 Y ,
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El.3mlnatlons and in District 4, H. V. Saxon andA. << there are 2,300 names Appropriation Coming Negro; liny. Indicted For %'
L. Sullivan are seeking election.J. registered only 33O have qualifiedby Next, Month Anton ; 1

I -all county schools M. Rosier in District 1, Mallory Bradford County will give $250 paying their 1933 poll taxes and -

Teachers for Boatdraln. Grahamand Thomas In District 3 and R. T. toward maintaining Florida's ex- there are approximately 630: who Only approximately 100 men will < The Grand Jury for the Spring ,

except Starke, appointed by' Osteen In District 0 are all unopposed hibit at the World's Fair during are not subject to the tax. be worked on FERA projects in A : Term of Circuit Court Wednesday '

School Board were at its Monday ., next summer It was decided by the Saturday. May 10. Is the last day this county during the remainderof afternoon made its final present- > + ,
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the There Is no opposition for mem- County Commissioners at their for payment of poll taxes, accord- May because of the decreased : ment to Judge A, Z. Adkins and 'I

"meetingDelay. bership on the School Board J. C. Monday meeting.A Ing to an announcement by C. A appropriation according to J. A. C. was dismissed. after having returned t

in appointments of Starke Prevatt has announced for re- representative of the Florida Knight tax collector;* Bogart of the local administration. eleven true bills and one no ,'

school teachers was made by the election in District 2 and Stafford World's Fair Commission. Inc.. ap- The Board of County. Commissioners All construction projects have been bill. ;i '

rd until more complete recom- L. Crews newly appointed member peared before the board asking met Wednesday with the called to a halt it I I. said but it Is Court was recessed !' ; 'p
Thursdayafter
mlatlons have been received for re-election in District 3. that this county make some appro- supervisor( of registration and likely that they will be resumed

rom the school trustees and also C. C. Butler Charley Johns and priation since It gave nothing last struck 234 names from the list of In June if Bradford County's appropriation cases hearing for the stock Bradford assessment County ,

odlng the outcome of teachers' L. A. Gray the three candidatesfor year while most other counties qualified voters for various reasons in increased.: Bank In which Judge Adklmt. hail

nlnations to be held next Representative to the Legislature paid their proportion and are pay. The list Is published in this Sanitary and. malaria control, disqualified himself and was replaced r '

mnth.The. still have the race all to Ing similar or greater amounts week's paper. formerly state projects are being on the bench by Judge ,.,

following teachers were ap- themselves Mr. Butler represented .this year. -- rewritten as local projects and are George W. Jackson of St. Augu I; ?

jinted for the Lawtey school; W. Bradford County at the last session The commission! representative now awaiting approval In the re- CONGRESSMAN R ,\. OItF.EN tine All criminal cases were '

Beacom, principal; Mrs. D. L. of the Legislature.A. said that the large number of tourists Churches Plan 'gional office at Gainesville before -- called for 10:00 o'clock Monday

Kkburn and Mrs. Pearl Schu- S. Crews Is unopposed in his visiting the state last winterwas being resumed. The young representative from morning. i,

Junior high teachers; Mrs. candidacy for renomination as brought here by the advertis- Mr: Bogart announced that the the Second Congressional District The trial of Mandel Scoby, ;

hubv Mae! Perkins sixth grade; state's attorney for the 'Twenty-' ing at the fair. The tourists he For Mother's Day Lawtey and Hampton school proj- returned to his home here this Tampa ball bondsman Indicted for ,

ra; L. H. Hill fifth grade:; Mrs: sixth Judicial Circuit, said contributed most to the Increase ects have been completed as has week in the interest of his candi- aiding prisoners to escape, was

oyce Futch. fourth grade; Miss in Race Track Funds which the Starke school,, with the exception dacy for reelection. Mr Green announced continued until further order of the

lucllle Plummer, third grade; Mrs. brought $2,800 more to Bradford. "Special' Musical-Projnun"folnll' of the heating system. Workon I that he will speak Tues- court because of the 111 health of

Eunice Kelly second grade;, Mrs.- Local Association County this year than last year.. Arranged For, Morning the Brooker school is about half 'day morning at Hampton at 10:00 counseL A1' previous motion to

V.r L Beacom, primary.. 'The minutes 'of the Monday ."Services complete it Is said. o'clock and at Brooker the same quash..the indictment had been de'

Brooker: H. B. Wiggins prln- meeting of':the commissioners ,follow !- Julius F Stone Jr, Florida',, morning at 11:30.: o'clock. I nied.Much

Ipal; H. Morgan assistant prlncl- Has Loaned $$1500 in full: Mother's Day .)slay 13 will be Emergency Relief Director, this Interest was centered In '
The
Board of County Commissioners 1 this case at the Fall Term of Circuit
j and coach; G. E. McGauley, observed at all the churches In week announced that Florida relief

fourth and fifth grades; Mrs. Edna of Bradford .County met Starke when special' programs will workers would be paid under the Starke Wins First Court when the Scoby trial'

revatt Miss Ernestine Budding- -' May 7, 1934, at 10:00: a.m. with the be given at the morning hour serv "escrow system. Under this plan ended with a hung jury that waa b
Records Show' Value To FarmersOf following members present O. never able to reach a verdict. The
to coach and teach In lower : W a1 relief client will work a definite
00. and Bradford Union And Ilnson, chairman; J. M., Rosier. I ices.At Tampa. bondsman ia accused ofhaving
.rades; Miss Mildred Morgan Baker the Baptist Church there has period and lay off another, During In Series
1.
Conner. Mallory Thomas and G. League driven the automobile In
fjra. Leola Roberts primary. W. Andrews. been a special musical program arranged his period of labor he will earn the which Harry Sitamore, Miami
Hampton: Lester' Sponholtz, Bradford County farmers have 'iinder the direction of the prevailing wage for his type of '
Tax thief
and two
assessor appeared before the work, but will be paid each week -- jewel other prisoners ;
principal, ; Mrs. Blanch Edwards, received loans, and approvals for board requesting authority to have choir leader, John H. Powell. Miss Fcrnuiidlna Btttt IJltyU.ht- escaped from the State
lllss Cleo Saxon Mrs. L. H. Futch, Credit Anita Courtmanch, violinist, will only according his budgetary E'
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cans, from the Production the largetypewriter in:his office needs as determined by case work First Half Schedule Prison Farm at Ralford on.June 2.
primary, Association amounting to $1,500, repaired the play the Offertory accompanied by 1933.
; request was granted.H. As Announced
ers. soon as the accrued salary
New River: 'Clifton' Brown, according to W. S. Sibley, secre C. Wall, supervisor of registration Mrs. E L. Biggs, and a vocal. duet is exhausted, he will return to work -- Indicted For ArsonA
Lena Belle Sheprd tary-treasurer of the ,association. "Memories of Mother; will be true bill returned. J
Miss was
fcrlnclpal; presented his report to the and pile up another "neat egg." "The Starke nine won Its flretgame' againstCddle
Since its recent organization the given by Mrs. Blgga and John McLaln Jackson and
assistant. board with request that compensa. Mr. Stone also said that in the Sunday In the Northwest Naaby
Powell.. The entire choir will ren-
Vanderbilt: Miss Mattle Nor- association which Includes Bradford ; Jon for the deputy registration officers future the administration would Florida County League with a 6-. Johnnie Smith three negro boys
Baker and Union Counties has der the anthem "From Thy Side, accused of starting a fire that
D i, principal; Harry Sapp assistal be fixed. The board authorized not approve any "silly" projectsthat score over Green Cove Springs
O Blessed Savior.
made increasing number of ,, burned three In Reno
an buildings on
a minimum amount of merely provide "calisthenics"for The game was played on the Green
Rising: Mrs. Agnes Knowles, loans to farmers for !growing crops 12.50: for each and 2Sc: for each At the Methodist Church a musical the workers, but would listen Cove diamond. March 12. The negroes. were bound
this for purchasing and has been arranged by over to Circuit Court following
Irinclpal; Miss Ruth Williams as- season person registered If. In excess of program with an attentive ear to any"worthwhile" AH of the scoring was packed a
producing livestock and for other the minimum. the choir leader, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins preliminary hearing several weeks
Istant. work plans, suggest Into the first five Innings of the ,
general agricultural purposes. Altogether J. A. C. At. this service the oldest mother, ago before Judge K. K. Perryman
Woodlawn, Miss pebble. I Phil- Bogart representing the ed by political units game With Hallle Jones?, pitcher
twelve farmers and local the youngest motheifcnd the mother at .which their bond was set at
FERA
'pa. organization, requested for the locals, holding Green Coveto
stockmen have obtained loans or with the largest number of chil- I 1200: each.
that A. J. Thomas clerk to the : four hits. Jones fanned ten 4:
Hellbronn teachers who were and dren present at the service will be Cottto I.lead..
approvals new applications board be authorized''' to 28 Have Guilty
,
approve QualifiedIn batters;and after the first inning.when .
Appointed several weeks are,
ago are being received dally. and honored In a special way. I Lucius Cottle, negro, indicted for
sign worthy projects undertaken Green Cove made three of
Bin. E. B. Hart principal; Miss Of the total amount of loans and his At the Presbyterian Church a : first' degree murder In connection do S
by organization. Said Its four he almost
runs was un-
Kachel Silcox and Miss Muriel Sil- approvals of the association request was duly granted.The special Mother's Day musical pro- hlttable. I with the killing of Lee Williams sit '

fm. $1,490: has been paid out In cash to board Instructed the clerkto gram will also be given under the State Elections also colored, at Sampson City on ,

The School Board at this meetIng borrowers including loans paid In direction of Mrs. E. :M. Davis.A Williams Manassa and Redgrave April 22, pleaded guilty Thursday ? ;
reimburse L.
: A. Davis for the
starred at the bat for Starke. Wil-
rescinded the action of a for- full and first Installments on budget 1934 taxes and one-half of the fire cordial welcome awaits members morning to manslaughter and will ,(w
lams hit a the extra
er board forbidding employment loans. The balance of $:W will Insurance the building end visitors' at these churchesfor : No Republican Candidate Are triple only be sentenced next week. ;'
premium on -
base blow of the
I'f'f a teacher with a child less than be paid on a budget or installment which is being used free of the special services and eachIs Seeking Office In June contest. Cottle cut Williams' throat witha

Jwo years of age. basis the money being advancedto rental the expecting a large attendance for' I'rlmarle Score R. H. B. pocket knife In a fight at the 'c
charges by FERA organization -
Returns of the recent election in borrowers in amounts as needed the day, -- Starke _..103 020 000- 6 12 3 negro quarters In Sampson
upon condition that per- .,.. .. ., ,, beer
Green Cove.301 000 000
New River school district No. 2ere during the season, thus enabling mission be given to use the said t ;| -. --.1-i- i-i Information released from the 444 Both men are said to have !

i canvassed and the'following them to save on Interest costs and ,building until April 1, 1835. Poppy Day "History i office of the Secretary of State The batteries were: Jones and I drinking at the time.Wilmer .

'ere declared elected as trustees: finish their' crops or livestock operations Motion was duly made and car. Robert A. Gray, reveal that twen Burney for Starke; Bolles and McIntosh and Andrew

fc. L. Kelly, M. L. Johns and E. A. by using their production vied that J. P. Potts be allowed Is Interesting Story"A ty-eight qualified candidates seek Hutchlnson for Green Cove. i DuBose pleaded guilty Tuesday toa

'app. Ten mills was, voted for money for production purposes. 1500 per month from the pauper I the ten state-wide and congressional charge of breaking and entering.
I'ernandlnu
Ideate
chool purposes for the next two The Interest rate on loans from allowance, an Increase of $2,00. poem Insplrteil. ; it and a little offices to be filled In the June Daylight I McIntosh was fined U .OO and
i ears. the association is now five and one- Charles the lady from Georgia started it." said' Democratic primaries In the other league game of Sun costs and DuBose was sentenced to'

J. C. half per cent per annum, payable Jones Darby, representing Mrs. J. L Simmons president of' No Republican candidates hav day the FernanJIna. entry was victorious nine months In prison
undertaking establishment
Yarbrough was appointed at the end of the term of the loan. the American Legion A.uxUary.ln! qualified for offices The Democratic over the Daylight Grocers, The case of Harry Bodenhanwr; .
rostee at Vanderbilt to (fill the va- Since Interest on:* a budget loan Is requested that the board make this week describing" the origin of nomination therefore, will Jacksonville team In a 4.2 win at Indicted for woods burning, was

and
Crews of for
f the loan for Ita entire length but expenses caring poor honor of the World War dead. The I Justices Armstead Brown and ville. of a principal witness.
The board ordered bids ''adver- on each advance separately from homeless people who die or are accidentally Auxiliary completing arrange Fred H. Davis of the Supreme Starke also defeated Green Other True IIIIU.

taed for the various school bus the time the money Is advanced killed. Mr. Darby stated ments for "Poppy Day." Saturday Court, are unopposed for re-elec Cove Springs In a practice game Other true bills returned by the
outes In this and all buses that his company had cared for a here last Thursday afternoon by a Grand Jury of which J. C. Hoover h"
county until repaid farmers may save from May 26, when It will distribute the j tion. W J. Sears,. Congressman-
vere ordered put in condition to one-third to one-half on interest great number of these cases because i little red flowers throughout the at-large Is also without opposition. score of 4-3 after eleven hotly con- was chairman were w ,

et state requirements.Freight charges by borrowing from the as : of a humane regard for them city. Senator:Park Trammel!, seeking tested Innings. Speed Harvey and Cam Parrlsh, /aggravated as. a
for which be had not received a
---.- sociation. For Instance, if a farmer "While serving on the staff of another term as Florida's junior E. K. Perryman, two able pitches sault.

obtains an approval of a loan of cent and that the undertaking es- the Y. M. C. A. overseas headquarters Senator Is opposed by Charles A. divided! the mound duty for Starke. John Croft, breaking and enter- '
abliflhmeat could not continue to 'h
Rates $1,200 to be paid out in six equal at Columbia University In Mitchell of Vero Beach Claude HchMlula Of lames. Ing.Robert
bear this burden alone. After much
Scott missle
advances-$200 every two monthshis November 1918 Miss Molna Michael pppper of Tallahassee, James F. Starke-Green Cove Springs/ at throwing.
discussion the board agreed to into vehicle.
,
total interest cost at the end of Athens Ga., received a copyof Slkes of St Petersburg and Mrs. Starke May 10.StarkeJacksonvllle. i

Are Given Cut of the year Is $38.48 compared to take when the next matter year's under budget advisement Is made.; a magazine containing Col. John Hortense Wells of Tampa. at Jackson. Charlie Heath and C. T. Kitties,

$66.OO be would pay if he obtained McCrae's poem, 'We Shall Not Qualified candidates. for the ville. May 13.StarkeJacksonville. robbery. +
Clerks and Inspectors were seeded Jack and
Williams breaking en
$1,200 In a lump sum-a direct election Sleep','' explained Mrs. Simmon State Railroad Commission In at Starke,
for the first primary -
tering.
of $27.32.: Touched by the poem's referenceto Group One are Eugene Matthewsof May 18.
**er Traniportatlon Costa On saving to be held June 5. The names between the Will Roberts, breaking and'en'u,
poppies growing Starke seeking re-elctlon Starke-Fernandlna at Starke
timetable, Announced By Kelly SpeaksAt selected appear In a legal adver- rows of crosses in the war cemeteries ; George S. Davis of Palatka William May 20. tering.
Railroads Judge tisement la this Issue of the paper. I I decided to A no bill was returned In the ray
Miss Michael J, Placle of Tampa and Lester Starke-Fernandina at Fernan-
The board authorized a refund I' case of James McDonald charged
Here ,
House q
Court wear a poppy In honor of the war Wells of Tallahassee. dlna. May 24.StarkeGreen. i
Reductions in freight rater on to the Bank of Starke and }f. P, number of with desertion and withholding
:
dead. She purchased a. Mrs, Mamie Eaton-Greene seeking Cove Springs at
Florida vegetable shipment to James R. Kelly of Madison who Gainey for 1928 taxes paid on the poppies and distributed them re-election to the Railroad Green Cove'May 31.StarkeJacksonvUle. support. '.
consuming H. P. Gainey farm as they had .
points were ordered ina A. the workers the headquarters In Two Is at
d.
opposing l Congressman R. among $Commission Group op- Starke .l
decision of ? been paid twice, once to the tax Mitchell To .
the Comer
Interstate custom that Speak
"> Green In the race for representative starting a posed by Herbert P. Caro of Pen- June 3.
<: Commission received at the to Congress from the Second collector and. once In a redemption has spread throughout. the world.' : tacola ,Jerry W. Carter of Tallahassee Starke-JacksonvUle at Jacksonville Saturday Morning I
florida In 1932. '
r Railroad Commission in Congressional District, spoke at The poppy was adopted as the John Good of Orlando, June 7.StarkeFemandloa.
llahaasee meet
The board to
this week. the court house here Monday afternoon adjourned to unfin- memorial flower of the American: : John W. Newbern of High Springs at Fenian- Charles A. *Mitchell, candidatefor 1
10 complete
Carload minimum shipment on for the first time duringthe again May Legion at the Legion's national and William J, Prultt of Miami. dlna, June 10.StarkeFernandlna. the Democratic nomination for ;'
ished business.Wheeler
testy products also were ordered present campaign. convention In Cleveland, Ohio In Randolph Calhoun of Sarasotaand at Starke. United States Senator will speak tIn

"reduced.> This the state commis- Mr. Kelly who was born In And WoolseyAre 1920. When the American Legion : W. T. Hall of Leesburg are June 14. the business district of Starke

on said, would place Florida Bradford County before It was divided Auxiliary was organized the fol- running against J. Hardin Peterson Starke-Green Cove Springs, at at 11130) o'clock Saturday morning '

"ffowers In a more favorable poaln Into Bradford and Union Coming To Ritz lowing year the little red blossom the incumbent, In the First Green Cove. June 17. Mr. Mitchell who .Is one of a ,j,

to ship to the smaller consuming Counties, made a brief speech In became: the Auxiliary memorial Congressional District.Representative Starke-Green ,Cove Springs at number opposing Park Trammellin

points. which be Invited inspection: of his "Hips, Hips ;;'ay.' a gay and flower. The poppy la also the memorial R. A. Green of Starke June 21.StarkeJacksonville. the June primary announces

Numerous vegetable are covered record as a public servant and asa hilarious'.motion picture starring flower of the :British Legion I \Starke! seeking re-election has at Jackson that he will us* sound equipment

"by the reductions,_which'apply private Individual. U one thing those popular comedians. Wheeler and t Is worn In all parts of the I two candidates as opponents In the yule' ,June 24. In making his speech. He la approaching

to destinations throughout the could be found against him,: be and Woolsey la coming to the Rita Brltl Emplre In ,tribute to the Second District James R. Kellyof Each team will play fifteen his 300 mark In speeches fak

United; States. said. he would not ask anyone to Theatre Sunday for a three-day engagements dead. i Madison and Wallace Sturgis of games In the first half which end he says. ;'

The railroad commission, applying vote for him in the coming elec- I Ocala are the qualified candidates. Sunday, June 24. Mr. Mitchell was a visitor to.

with Florida interests for the "Hip. Hips. Hooray" combines I WIRE SAYS "OKWC TURNER"IS Mlllard Caldwell of Milton representing Starke during our Strawberry Fes. ,

lower "teg In interstate shipments tion.The candidate made a rousing laughter, music and beautiful girls NOT ONE KNOWN HERB the Third Congressional ROSEWOOD BAPTIST! CHURCH tlval. but was called away before s

contended before that of allegiance to Rooseveltand In Its tomfoolery. Wheeler and District Is. unopposed. for re-nomi The place where the Bible Is the he had an opportunity to address s}'
the L C. <* pledge
i > sales Mr. and Mrs. J. Oa Turner this nation only textbook. You are cordially the voters..
existing rates were "unreasonable. the New Deal and also promised Wolosey are seen as cosmetic: ""Cti
Unduly "die fighting" for lower men who peddle flavored lipsticks. I week received telegram from Major Paul Crank of Orlando Invited to attend services every .
prejudicial to
to the .
"OO shipper in growers rates from Florida to the Was Ruth EtUngapp crs in sup-J their son.. Gene, Turner of Plant and Mrs. Bula E. Croker of West Sunday morning and evening. Next TO ENTER WET POINT
and ,
1'Ie11t1aJ for Florida pref- Eastern freight markets... port of this comedy team, and she City, saving that It'waa not be Palm Beach are'opposing Representative Sunday morning at the 11-00: Ben Bternberg son ,of Mr. and

in 1 5 other growers and shippers. Although he believes that the sings the current popular melodies, who wit Involved In an automobile Mark WIlcox In the o'clock hour t Is the time set for Mrs Nat Sternberg. this week received

Aanounclng Producing this secttona. Federal government should aid ourchoola' "Keep Romance Alive "Keep on accident near Tampa last week In Fourth Congressional District the new church organisation and word from the War Depart

tate reduction .the it has aided our.roadgatem"he Doln' What Your>. Doin"* and which on* man waa killed. calling a pastor; also toorganizea ment In Washington. D. C.. that he
commission itatement said In a prePared : 5.5'does not believe In too !Tired of It AIL" I Newspaper accounts of toe accident : MASONS TO MEET Bible school. All Baptist ministers -, had passed examinations admittinghim

ru" "IWI too It considered the Interference.. Mr. Kelly said, Coming to to* Rlti" Wednesdayand ,"'stating that' Gene Turner ,The regular communion of Brad- In the New River Association .to the United States Military

to ratell high.a* compared I IOInta. much had com Thursday a brand new musical want the driver of the automobile ford Masonic Lodge wU1.aa.1d are invited to be present Services Academy at West Point.' H. will $
from It'the government
." It other competing I since the school of called -Bottoms Up.1 In itappears bad friends here thtaklnC.that It Uonday'sight\ at 1:00: o'clock. AU Sunday night 7:45. Subject. "The have to return to Fort McPherion
' said effort toe further plete'control over such well-known entertainer might be the son of Mr. and Mrs. visiting Mason are Invited to at- .Jud.IlleDt.-Wblcb On. Applies to In Georgia by June 12 to get a dis-\ "

"auctions Florida would. be. continued: "un- the South it. might..dueatlaaal.sys-lead to mixing *- a* John '....,..Spenee J.-O..Turner, who-.*.been Slant lead,, .....,.cI ..A."UO'. $...... Veuf ."If the -Lord -Delays .His.Coming. oh rg.'fromths"vmy'befors're'pctung ...t,.(' t rats are fci'LK.r sel.- Me-raeee laour. several months. via be conferred .'* at West Point oa July S.v '

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; Itlng Miss. Pencie Davis
the guests of her parents Mr. and afternoon. Sunday*

4,4; BROOKER Gum Branch Mrs. W. C. Clmenos Sunday. UAMpTON I RISING tteilbronn Springs Miss Mae Belle Batey was visit
I W. H. Carter and J. A. Harnageand Ing Miss Thelma
HIM Y... Oml..r, Coe.I Elizabeth Harnage. Oer. daughters Annie Mae ana Him: A.. 1'11' __.. c.... 11_ H. M. McRao. C... Ml.. TholM Rhoo>*. Cor.Mrs. efternoon.Mrs. Rhoden Friday
Leila, were the guests of Mr and -
Mrs. W. J. Carter and family at Pete Crawford Is spending
Mrs. Sarah Drlggers of Lake Mils Gladys Keene la. spendingsome Lake Butler Sunday. Buddie Jones and family of Fitzgerald A very Interesting sermon was Pearl Bryan and two this week with her sister, Mri
Butler aid Mrs. Eliza Dukes of time at den St. with been daughters Elyven and Lenona la Cressle Crawford.
Mary's There will be meeting at Ga., have recently delivered at Pine Level Church
4 Dukes were guests of Mr. and Mrs I prayer spending a while with her father.W. We are very glad to
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relatives and friends.Mrs. the home of Mr and Mr. Ike Nor the guests of his aunt Mrs. Jose- last Saturday by Eld. S. Ackers report that
H. P. Galney Sunday afternoon. and C. Rhoden. Miss Essie Crawford is
J. A. Harnage daughter man Friday night. phine Sullivan. of T'fton.! Ga., improving,
Rev J. D. Poindexter of Calla- Geraldine were the guests of welcome to attend Everybody W. B., Alexander and family, Quite a number of people attended Mrs. Edna Harley of Lawtey Is She is a patient at Marrs Hospital
+ han who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs W. R. Kersey Sunday who have been residents of our baptism at Crosby Lake spending this week with her par- Starke. >
Rev. and Mr. G. E. McGauley and town for the past thirty-four years, Sunday afternoon. enta Mr. and Mrs. R. U. Parmen- Oscar Chesser of Lawtey was
: bat been leading a revival at the moved to Starke. DeLeon ter. visiting Mr. and Mrs. D L. Kite
Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Reddish and have Mis. W. R. Woods of
Hampton Baptist Church for the children were the guests of her DOUBLE RUN Miss Hazel Dover of North Caro- Springs is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Miss Irene Yarbrough of Starke Sunday.

',a past week has returned to his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp, MlM. Boot BrowM, C... lina hs recently been visiting H. M. McRae. spent Saturday with Misses Rosa Miss Thelma Rhoden and Mrs.,
home Sunday. friends and relatives here. Mrs. J. M.\ Hersey and son Jim, and Lola Moore. Pearl Bryan were visitors to the
Among those from here attending Loy.,1 Moore of St. Augustine l Is Marrs Hospital
Miss Elizabeth Harnage was the Reverend Poindexter of Callahan and Miss Doris Gaffnsy visited relatives Monday to visit
the graduating exercises In guest of Miss Alice Edwards Sun- L. Kersey of Rising was visitinghis who has been preaching at the in Jacksonville Sundiy. tpenJlng this week with his parents Escie Crawford.
4 Starke Thursday evening April 26, brother G. L. Kersey Friday.Mr. Baptist Church the past week has Mlisea Myrtle and Lola Kersey Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Moore. Perry Newsome and daughter,
.' were Mr. and Mr. H. P. Galney day.Miss and Mrs.. J. C. Simons were closed a very successful series of of DeLeon spent Monday and Tues- Edgar Starling of Lawtey section Willie Mae were visitors to Starke
? and children and Mr. and Mra. E.Sg Bessie Woodle was the friends. here Sat-
visiting his mother of .Starke last meetings day with Misses Audrey and Vesta was visiting: Monday.
of Misses Mildred and Audrey '
:M. Hazen and guest -
children. _.
week-end. Reverend Newton of Starke attended McRae. urdy and Sunday.
Misse Audrey and Lorena Polk Norman Sunday. Mrs. J. W. Woods and family of revival..services here this W,r are sorry to report the illness Mrs. Polly Ward, Jackie and Young women ranging In age
who have been spending some time Mr. and Mrs. Leon Conner were Lawtey spent the week-end here week. ..'* of J. M. Hersey. Hope he will Franklin Ward and Lester Tag- from sixteen to twenty-four are.
in Plant City with friends and relatives the guests of her parents, Mr. and Thelma
:lliaa In
visiting Mrs. G. L. Kersey and Mrs. Rev. Q. E. McCauley will preachat soon be well. Caret Were visiting assisting men underground work
have returned home Mrs W. C. Clemens Sunday.Mr. U. L. Brown. the Baptist Church next Sun- M.3. Jim Hercey spent Sunday Rhoden Sunday. in Moscow Russia, for a new subway -
,# We are very sorry to report that and Mrs. Leroy Norman Mr. end Mrs. I. Hardenbrook and day,morning and evening.The with her parents, Mr. and Mrs J. Miss Anita Walnwrlgbt was via- system. t
r Mrs. John Lewis and Miss Ollle wore the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Georgia Southern Railroad
S. Norman, in Wccdlawn.: -
children of Starke were in this sec
of Hague are on the sick list this J. S. Sapp Sunday. Company la repairing its transfer' .
tion Sunday afternoon.
week. Mr. and .Mrs. H. II. Keene and buildings here this week. M'is Louie Hart is the youngest I FUNERAL DIRECTORS
Tag The Bradford County Singing :children were visiting relativesand Leslie Hicks of Saxton was the atto ney In Columbus, Ga. She is
Convention held Its regular meet friends at Glen St. Mary' guest of Lois Judd Saturday night. Dolly Madison wife of President twenty-one years of age and specil- uur Many fears Experience Makes It PomMhle for Us to Render
ing at the Baptist Church here Sunday. Arthur Grlffls of Lawtey was Madison Is credited with.the Invention -, Izes in criminal law. EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SEUVICE!
F. Sunday May 6. This meeting was Mrs. Winnie Wood and children a. visitor here Tuesday of last of ice cream; Nancy John- : .- MODERATE PRICES
W presided over by the president are staying a few day with Mr week. I st>n, wife of a young naval officer The beluga a white whale, Inhabits DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY
w I Rev. Butler of New River. A large and Mrs. H. II. Keene. Olbert Drown was toe guest of' Is credited with invention of the icecre the Arctic Ocean aDO Bering : STAItKE. FLORIDA
t crowd attended. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stanley were Jerry Brantley Saturday night.. I m freezer. Sea. -..
Newton ----- --
Markey of,Lake Butler

spent of Mr.Saturday and Mrs.night H. Gainey.here as guest. "KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES"---Too Bad Al Didn't Know ... ---By ,POP MOMAND I Ir

}Y; Mrs Alice Thomas and'< children AIMT'' IT'A SHAMS FSft -
Leslie and Lorraine spent a few Ye SODS !: Wo W'ARfi IPTHAT3cxxiwTTA'oe' Q ld ELMaR T'LST THAT FROM TH1 NUMi3d OPCOMPLAJWTS.
days of last week with friends and THAT, SAILOR: SPLITTWCv e s SINQrwG vOICe OF HIS c"o: "tb / WB'VB HAD, rr
a, relatives) in Jacksonville, HAS. A VOICS : 60 WASTE r"IR.MS X v nwLON r x'o soe.s-s, wa'a SlOT ., i
OUT AN IN 6RANoecr ri Mr. and Mrs. 1. H. Futch of LIKe A Rod AQUELCM I SAY IT WAS
k Lawtey pent Sunday here as HORN V!: =t oNT. HIM), AU. \ l f WASTEDTbNGaHT .'!:
44 guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs.P. sea HeNi
A, Crosby "TaSS'66TAY 6AI--
INI TH KVTCHBMVHBM .
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Rev. O. E.
McCauley held
services x
4 at Deadon Church Saturdayand Hili SNca':

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h Mrs. Mamie Kaufman was a am,b rr..r .,
business visitor to Starke Monday. .Tww
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;k' Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sibley and
1?, small daughter Ruth, of Starke THE FAMILY NEXT DOOR Longer Test Needed I
were visiting Mrs. Slbley's ------
parents _.a ___
Mr. and Mrs C. A. Young ------
blood, Sunday.\ MURKY UP Ai106E7 t CANT BE* NO EN t A TlL IStR ..NtXTOOR.TrtQKIATCST '
ti s Mr. and Mrs. C.' A. Youngbloodand DRlZSEDJAY UNSUNp ME WDx1AN F GAOOIN OVtft 'N uITCNIN ASSET 1H 3 AIKt 'IT TH'
W! '
401rt4 Ovia UN I At1Q Ml! t AINvT THAT URO PUll A LOT
L. L., Youngblood have returned To ?ME RieNLt1G1 1 COIN T NAT *I.Mt AND MVSCLP* 0 COUNTRY MA0. \ YEAM TRUTH ;?I,
1
to their home here after u9 4tLP-MADE
ROR
DINNlR dIOWNARO! MOUSI i e
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visiting: relatives In Miami for the MEN !
s past few months.
A. L. Sullivan D. J. Phillips L. 'I /1.1.I 1.S. 1.h
L Youngblood and S. P. Swindell e/.
'' were business visitor, to. Starke
. Monday. 1I 1
I', Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zdgrler and K
.1.{ daughters, Rhoda aad: Ruth were I ,
A:f.. visiting relatives. in Waldo Sunday. '
Mr$. S. W Griffith of Miami Is. GRAND
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4'i visiting her parents Mr and Mrs. I OvE11A
\pc\ A. L. Sullivan. tb aerrIr ieij
; A singing convention will be
}; held at the Baptist Church here
:t next Sunday. Everyone Is Invited
to attend. The convention will be- I
gin at 2:00 p.m. I
G. M. Bennett returned to his
home in Jasper after visiting his 11ll'l.
J daughter Mrs.' C. Sullivan and

''f. family here ._ I ..- _._.. I .
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Ay, BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGR.\pn.
RT\RKF., FLORIDA
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HONOR SYSTEM GIVENS DENIEDTALLAHASSEE
? Because atudenta are : Morris M. I_ [
I Jrtready" the University of Ml- Givens, suspended Hlllaborough
| student senate has done away County solicitor lost his appeal for ', M SStt 7y v tt ,, PtrA } I '
I cat: honor system. To Instruc- reinstatement by Governor Sholtz. I's.'I I 1

tae with wall the shifted the responsibilityfor In a sixty word letter made public .:, :60k; a '.'n4'? r I 1T-: IA ,t
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enforcement of rules against here, Glvena was Informed by the W .FNrRrfw: ;
ebeatlng at examinations. Governor that his application was .' r-_ .
denied. ,
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NEGROES LOSE FIGHT ,
LAUDERDALE Four SIIANDS BRIDGE BOUGHT '
FORT ale I7l1i r 1+
Maoea, condemned to die for the TALLAHASSEE-The St. Johns ttap7
wider of Robert M. Darsey Pom- River is spanned today by a soli- Jr J

MHO! fish dealer, a year ago were tary toll bridge, following the ? !r', %'* ,c'i lt.i back to the State Penlten- acquisition by the state of the tt.. A iy Y' was Y:its

Iry |Mt week after having lost Shands Bridge across the river at C: t f4'dr. r ;'I rSr c t
Green Cove The t ,,; ," TJ.t:
latest move In a fight to Springs. structurewas ,;r t
their
escape the electric chair. purchased for $190,000 and v $, r Mw CROWN
will be maintained now by the
POLITICS TOO HOT State Road Department. a i Wry: wrr i1/&tO/GEV4 Ir IrS

JACKSONVILLE-H. S. Riddle yo r t<, C d, wt

regional administrator for the DILLIXGER FUND 1 ,(, ?''t i ,m q ..e,

J FERA In District No. 1. Is moving WEST PALM BEACH The t ; yH> 4 ?' DEADLY ,
headquarters from Tampa to Clear- "Sheriffs' Dillinger fund" for cap-
I niter to get out of "an atmosphere ture dead or alive of "America's g t?/ e e ENEMY 'fir

charged with political Intrigue," be public enemy No. 1" was launched OF OYSTEQS
I fclcgraphed. Jerome A. Connor here by Sheriff W. H. Lawrence of t

I state FERA executive officer here. Palm Beach County who appealed i t, t AND CtAMS.W 1 1rad.er

(through the Associated Press) for t1 :
SEES !SETTLEMENT nation-wide I / d"9 l
support of the move .
f
CLEARWATER-Passage of the ment by his fellow officers. .
Wilcox municipal bankruptcy bill. Firs ,
Low lacking only House ratlfica-
I lion of the Senate changes before TWO HOOKED IN ONE ,

I ,>lng to the President "will have SARASOTA-Bonita House went ,... ,, ) i ,
f ph C/ N"Iwxdpw. H
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after fish ., .. r
one a L
tarpon-and Lr { ;.hirlo .ah
I the/! Immediate effect of settling the V. cs deg., r 1
I bond problems of most of the Florida !came back with two-a tarpon anda :.... ..''ti. .,.1. ."-?11':;:, r. .II'E OLD b THAT the said hill crane, shown above, la one of the few bird that
Mrr"v
I cities," II. H. Boskln, president i shark. The shark swallowed the .-;; .!.I'J' :. *','!; '. "" 1A' savage when wounded by man, and will fight de'p'at"Jund.r J"2
I tarpon that Bonita was playing on .';'. ..ar2/x"2; ::, eAr / DP4L' "{ thou circumstances In one Instance, It "la believed to havi
of the Florida League of Municipalities her line, and fought for an hour .".., '..h:;:\ /:. n1 +v killed a man by piercing the eye to the brain with Ita sharp bill. Undetordinary ?,
said recently. ; ST.: condition, the land hill crane II I vary tlmldl, and It la dlrflout
AUGUST/ME
and a half before It was landed. ; to approach.
'\o'nn TO CREDITORS When the shark was killed and cut Mw., ; :J.JJ': -U AS JT APPEARED ?,? """... , In the Court of the County Judge, r
t nM1 ,,
Bradford. County, Florldfr In Probate open the tarpon was found repos- iiii l.t: ,,;.r., LM!i.j-:,*' l., ... t /NBd7 .. --
ing in its stomach. -h.
In He Estate of Clara'' B. Slutrunk.DcwaHptl -, One of the most picturesque buildingsin I habits the waters of Florida; and the West For

To all creditor and all person hav- ALACHUA DONATES FUND St. Augustine is the OLD CATHEDRAL Indies, delights in feeding on oysters. Expert RepairingSmith's

Mid IIIK ciujma estate: or demands against GAINESVILLE-Alachua County built by the Spaniards in the early Often more than a dozen of these mol-
Yell and each of you, arc hereby : last week took Its place among 1790's. For almost a century it stood as lusks surround one unfortunate bivalve.

chime notified end and demand required) to which present you,any or the progressive governmental unit a monument to the Catholic faith inAmerica's When the shell opens all thrust in their
either of you may have against the of the state supporting the Florida oldest in it and The
city until 1887 snouts long tough. victim quickly GaragePhone
mate of Clara B. Slat run k, de.e'aed -
Exhibit at the World's Fair In Chi-
lute of Bradford County was ruined by fire. Only the stout walls clasps them tight but it must relax its

County Florida: Judge to the Hon.of Bradford B K. Perryman County, cago 1,500 this: summer of this and year's appropriated racetrack of coquina, and facade with ita four bellson hold often. Each time it yields it gives

is it"his.. In office Smrke In the Bradford County County Court: money to the Florida State top remained standing. With funds the cruel snouts a chance to get fartherin. 120

Florida/ within eight month from Chamber of Commerce which is supplied by Henry )I. Flagler and others, When the muscle is finally reachedthe Yl'

I hirenr.the date All of claims. the. diet and denuuidM publication not sponsoring the state exhibit. it was rebuilt that same year. rasping tongues quickly disable it and Wrecker Service Day or Night '
presented. within the time and In the The CROWN MELONGENA, which in-I the :victory is won.
manlier preacrlhwd herein hall be
burred Dated.an provided by law. KELLOGG LAUDS STATE S10.00 FOB BEST 8ijGOU TlON-In order to stimulate inter** la Florida historical landmark. Nile. .
May 10 A. D. 1984. ORLANDO-Florida will some
JOSEPH M. 8ISTKUNK, characters and incident, a prize of 110 1* offered for the beat suggestion aeooaapaoled bf a picture, seal .Ay
At Executor of the Last Will day radiate the health-giving qua!
andCLARA All should be not than US 'word, and will become the
Tentament of ties of it* tropical fruit, notably in during April. description more prefMrty *C
..H4tlS-l! **. B'STKUNK. Deceased. citrus believes Dr. John Harvey Southern Feature Inc., unless accompanied by return postage. Address Southern Venture. toe, ..Me.eonvllle -

Kellogg noted dietician and head Ha.PIONEER. Science says Todayuse
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of the Battle Creek sanitarium.Dr. .

WHEN HUNGRYOR Kellogg in an address before HOLIDAY .. CHRISTMAS!,. SAVED BABSON RECALLS MOTTO
the Florida Horticulture Society :MIAMI-A bill to make AllFlorida CHRISTMAS ;-" Christmas baa MIAMI --r Because of a mottohe a LIQUID Laxative.
THIRSTY here also said that Florida haa Pioneer' Day a legal holidayIn been saved for Florida. A recent found pasted In his father' desk
made a great contribution to the the state will be Introduced in Postofflce Department order to discontinue year. ago, Roger Baboon statlstl-
EAT worrlu-
AND DRINK // wont to GET RID of Constipation
nation's health with Its citrus and the next session of the Legislatureby the postofflce at Christ-1 clan'did not discus the New Deal you

ATKitty's other fruits. Senator John W. Watson of mas, Florida, famous among stamp when he Addressed the student of
Dade County, he said recently. The collectors, has been rescinded, it the University of Miami. The motto art
ROAD FUNDS SCENTEDTALLAHASSEEC. proposed legislative action would was announced here recently. Two Babaon said was a. follow: _t, I1F5
LunchSinclair B. Tread- follow similar action already takenIn hundred and fifty citizens had petitioned "The codfish would never have The unwise UM of birth laxative You can keep the bowel regular, tl
way, chairman of the State Road Massachusetts and other states Postmaster General Far been caught U he had not opened may drain the system weaken the and comfortable
Service Station Department said last week that if where pioneer days have been des- ley and President Roosevelt not to his mouth"-and so Babson talked bowel muscles and in tome CM
24 Hour Service the Cartwright road bill passed ignated as legal holiday[ discontinue the Christmas Florida of other subjects than the New even affect the liver and kidneys.A I The liquid tests [ a'l
Congress. Florida would get approximately po toft1ce. Both official heededthe Deal. doctor will tell you that the
93,200,000 of the S400.- REAL SERVICE request contained In the peti wrong' choice of laxatives often doe
000,000 appropriated under the tion. more bum than good. This teat baa proved to many men
MIAMI-Now this Is service!
provision of the bin for the na. Delegates to the June convention I' EVERGREEN Fortunately the public I I. fast and women that their" trouble was
"weak bowel hot
not ,
I tlon's roadways. This amount, be of the U. 8. Junior Chamber of TO INSPECT FLORIDA returning to the UM of laxative cathartic: strong

said, would equal the sum received Commerce are to be furnished MIAMI-Florida, acclaimed In Mra. r. A. Heeler, c:.>*. In liquid form.
e last year by the tate out of Fed- companions for the entertainment the vanguard of nation's march to A properly prepared liquid laxative First select a good liquid laxative. -
eral fund,and would allow Floridato Furthermore, the visitor ha but to recovery Is to be aubjected to a brings a perfect movement. Second: take the do. you And
carry out''a similar highway,/ name his preference for blonde or searching examination by eight national Mrs. :Maggie Forsyth and daughter There 1 I. no discomfort .t the Urn la suited to your system. Third k agradually
construction program this.year. brunette and the hospitality committeeman labor leader. The union Luclle and two grandson, and no weakness after. You don't reduce the dot until
'' have to take "a double)d_" a dayor bowel are )' with'
will thumb through a chieftain were In Miami Saturday Ralph and Claude Saunders, of stimulation
A LONG CANOE TRIP card index for the desired type. for round table discussion of recovery Jacksonville spent the week-end two later. out any need of ,
First Fireproof Gmstruction .. JACKSONVILLEA.trla.ngular "No matter what type of young problems In conjunctionwith here with relatives. In buying any laxative atony Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin has

in America bit of white canvas, trimmed In a lady the delegate would like to escort the state-wide all-Florida Marlon Hamilton who has been rood She label. Not the claimi. but the highest standing among liquid
spanking May breeze billows and ," said Warren Kingsbury. Pioneer' Day celebration. In the CCC camp here for several the conltnli. If it contains one laxatives and II i the one generally 4f
:
N..nut MM r_ou fluff and flaunts a message whichit chairman of hospitality "we will month, returned to his home In doubtful drug, don't take. it. used. It contain seam, a naturallaxative PI

Is 6t....'-.,tY rlf.... hopes to carry 'round the world have her. We have divided them There were 1,060,095 marriage Winter Beach Saturday.Miss Dr. Caldwell'* Syrup Pepsin II a which I*perfectly r
.a e.e/s .1.8.iw..r irsw -rigged on the frail mast of a'ourteenfot into three classifications-accord- ceremonies performed in 1931 in prescription: *! preparation In which safe (for the youngest .
Martha Crawford vis
.see. ,whM Lilt e.Y.- OCr ....te canoe. And beside the ing to color of their hair." the United State was there are no mineral drugs. Its In- child. Your druggist h..
-lIe.Is.r.Vd Itlng Misses Pauline and Juanlta
ere
M tiny craft-bis future home for gredienta are on the label. Oy using Dr CaldweU's Syrup
twuLeI4_ ........ three years-stood the skipper J. Rosier Sunday afternoon. it,you .', "'' rirtnr of h<.iw| strain. Pe"l", _..__
tis .Wye Mr. and Mrs: Russell Redding .
s.Y ,
.Mta. .........C.... ...... Lee Slager, a Jacksonville man AMAZE A MINUTE spent' Sunday with her mothers
I.! .... lnm Ik* .-.. who haa planned his cruise port- >t'
-
...........Ives sr.I.r.ar.g. by-port, to circumnavigate the SCIENTIFACTS BY ARNOLD Mrs. Jean Gaskln
earth. His estimate Is that it will L & Mr. and Mr. J. K Rosier and<
HAROLD C. WALLINSURANCE take him three years to complete children were visiting Mr. and ]Mr.
Ed Griffts at Pine Grove Friday
_ the voyage. night.

GIVING ORIAT WIWHT / t Mr. and Mr.. J, D. Peel and
children were visiting B. E. Rosier
TO SMALL MATTIR/
and mother afternoon.
VAN H. PRIEST CO. 5c to $1.00 STORESAre pstlastsi.Sc.NTIeu MNI"Ieav au Co MInM s .TAItt TMT N FIN Sunday. .

40,000 TNXM MMMM TMAM WMTM. A

Celebrating MM CUMO MCN WOMO WHOM Itft OItI. SAXTON Lov'meFace gNM

Mr*. W. A. Tyler Cor.

National Cotton Week PowderJ; J

Wr R. Swan bum. who I I. em-
I 'W
ployed In Ft. :Myers spent the)
WITH VALUES IN COTTON I,week-end here with his family. Enhances Every Skin''

O. L. Brown of Double Run wa

Starting SATURDAY MAY 18, and nmnlng through SATURDAY. visiting his son-in-law and daughter 1

MAY J9. Celebrate "National Cotton Week" with PrIest'. -Cotton Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Tyler, Sun- A million.women every day prove In

Wf>f>k" Value. Get 'ODe of oar circular for a complete JlateADDS' day. imitable Lov'me delicately emphasizesevery
:Mr. B. Walden pent Sunday
with her mother Mr*. A.. C. Sum- natural beauty-conceals every de-
!- : VAT DYED PRINT DRESSESS9
.. Yard SA-Inch SHEETING._____-.,, .------S9e ner. fect. It gives petal-smooth perfection to every ,
CIIILDRBN'g.. COTTON BLOOMERS_____________lOoJ Rev. L. C Hicks filled bin regu- skin.fi finer clinging powder which ,
J Inch VAT DYED DRESS PRINTS, Yard.*- J4 e2O'elInrh ar appointment In Oda. Sunday. statyyspontll: .
TURKISH TOWEL________--__i5c Arthur Taylor of Black Creek day.
MEN': SHORTS _______________.Z0o wa a visitor to this section Satur Plftl J'l'1HJ.-IlMU
MEN'S. ATHLETIC SHIRTS_______ __150 f ftountucemmnf 75C
MEN'S VAT DYED WASH TDT:$._ ._...._ulOe day.Remember the regular preaching
LADIES' COTTON SUPS___--.-Me Iitespw0M IS OaeIMM service here at the Church of God H*.* VMS tried the. me/ Mete
3e-Inch VAT DYED' PRINTED SHEER: GOODS_15o ZSo asolm Merv psM eMM uJMin aa c.w Gees It seeje at eel 23f ,
next Sunday end Sunday night.
Mao atiasl uses en LL!. eeteBererSi. /
W to learn that little
are sorry
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Not To Choose Your Right. Rouge Color; Caldwell-Malpaa: I Hampton land de"crlbed, Florida.e follows evicent s pq,;cry

Enough Sunday's Times-Union carried by T. M. Hagen roan,,""now ,
point 12 feet I II .
of Properly the announcement of the engagement certain hrick Store Inches VVe..c. '
Also Art Applying hou..e
'ocletJfJ Must Learn of Miss Ann Caldwell of Jas- ed 'bV. Ida D. Maxwell On, :ns ,ie:
AVCIIae. thence rUn '
It per to Joseph K. Malpas of Lake avenue to the (I. II,Weat lit 10' alone It, :

Makeup'Determines What w4ra City the wedding to be an ''event Inches ot.way,,thence thence Kant North jii" fat rill''
to ..
a
of the near future. Mrr Malpa is noin r "
Colors You Can Wear a former resident of Starke and bourn e, thence Soutth: 141feetl4kto ".':

W. M. S. Circles Met W. O. W. To Hold FlatteringlyBy has many friends here who will be am. starting per map point or plat In of Lot"ai'| 111 i ,ree oeh" I'

Monday Afternoon Memorial Service SundayA interested in his approaching mar Hampton, recorded In ('I.rk
Bradford 'rll
d ELIZABETH CROCKERDIr riage. County Florida. '
a The circles of the Woman's Missionary memorial service will be held< 'IIf', WaffeiMl Beady teatletsWIIAT'S ed The a. tollow.land conveyed: abov, ", ei

by All Friends Camp, Woodmen of NOTICH! OF MAKTKIl'S SALE On the South by
Society met Monday after of that Navarr\ ,
the nee knowing: 4
qWf ]hr .
the World, at Long Branch Church, .n 0. the Wert
i noon and held their regular monthly you're the binettwlthfalrsklnandblaeeyestype NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN, that T. M. lagan Building and I
between Highland and Maxville, pursuant to and under and by virtue Ry., on the North by al eV I x ? 1
meeting Circle No. 1, with Mrs. Sunday, May 13. and buying of that certain final decree of foreclosure the East by .a 16 foot a"ill old '
p T. J. Griffin as leader, met at the Members wTth their families will the correct color rouge for your coloring and ardor of sale dated Jan the same property upon \\11.1'1 tech,
uary 27, 1333 made and entered by ,Situated a
home of Mrs. E. K. Ferryman. The meet at the Woodmen hall Sunday unless ;you are Just as careful iA: f the Honorable A. Z. Adklnn, In that occupied by larare the store said A.bulld""r A, n...
when ale that Or- certain the Twentynljtth lnrd
service wall conducted by ;you rouge canna pending Together with all of
and the the
to
worship from there
morning
: go h"IIIH
i Judicial Circuit I In Bradford inn.. fixtures, ,
to the other side
Mrs. F. H. Long and the programwas church. Just argue on : ( aunty: Florida, In Chancery, where eaaea. etc. In that equlP"ent. _l.?,
what' tile use of knowing bow to in B. O. BAXTER, a* Trustee of IIltuated ., certain bUlldll'. '
P;: in charge of Mrs. Thelma Dinner will be served on the x upon Lot .i, U, 1a ,
'
apply artistically when you the UHtate of Kate (' Dutton was In Block 14 1 sad
''i Johns, who was assisted by Mrs. C. grounds. rouge and Is complainant, and A. A. DUHi -. Survey of Hampton according, Florida.BM< rAnd
t L. Stockwell. Mrs J. W. White and use the wrong color for street wear w >KN and wife. OU8H1B DURDEN, that 1 will, on the ,
or for *venlng-w arT Tile right- VII I r' t 1ST AL. were and are defendants, June, 1934, within the 4th day ,,
6 :Mrs. F. H. Long. During the social Circle fop wherein 1, KLOTn legal hours ,
Baptist Meetings and rouged-rigbtly that'sthe rf .t GREEN was appointed sale, In front of the COlin
'4 period the hostess served light rouge : Special Master. In Chancery, door In the city of tltark., B Hnr
refreshments.Mrs. Mrs E. C. Priest, leader of Cir- slogan that spells beautiful results to execute said decree] that I have County, Florida offer saw JlfoUfy
levied upon all the following described sale and sell the I
4
Sam Anderson and Mrs. A cle No. 1 of the Baptist Woman's lots tracts pieces. or parcels eat. and best bidder same for to the hit
Tile right rouge'also determines a of land Hltuate, lying and being cash 'f ..
Missionary Society entertained am de< end ,,
tike W. Anderson were co-hoHtesses to In 'Fr.ft; ; nil .to,
,'W. the County of Bradford, State of
her circle Monday afternoon at her what colors you can wear flatteringly 'a'w, to IIIIRI.t,
Florida and ..
Circle No.2. at the home of the more particularly described Special "
home on Call Street, where a profusion and adding a new color to ;your ae follows: < m. A CLAYTON eavllla al'i.,
former. The program, which concerned Lot 17, 18. 19 and 20 In ,
of Easter lilies and wardrobe I I. such an agreeable sensation Block 14)I Solicitor for Complainant "
' sprint according. to the .
Ensey I
the church work in Brazil, Survey
flowers It Is not to be overlooked. 6'0416
in of Mrs. A. Wood, tastefully arranged : ; ---
c.. was charge the where Each season brings new shades for ; -
brightened living room
and the devotional!! service was led your wardrobe, and sometimes a 4
the members were seated. ,
by the president of the society new rouge becomes a requisite In DIXIE CRYSTAL
a Mrs. W. E. Middleton., Mrs. Priest conducted the devotional consequence. Naturally the makeup

lh' The hostesses, assisted by Mrs.'W. and business meeting and you will need for this season's Mexican .

H. Hart, Mrs N. D. Wainwright interesting plans for the summer's colors will be more vivid than o SUGAR 5Lbs. 24c
work to be done by the circle were ''
!; used darker'
,,Jr., and Mm. Glen G. Soar.tv wbat you have for
t
Ing, served dainty refreshments to llscuBHed.. All members who have clothing. At the;DJ.r-Kiss',Salon
flowers were asked to bring themto --4
the following guests: Mrs. Titus they say each woman must study
the church to decoratefor S FANCY BLUE ROSE WHOLE .
Saturday
Olson, Mrs. A. Wood. Mrs A. W. the chaps of her fac*,,attentively ItTAIttSHID Gil Vl\
Redgrave Mrs. L. S. Hutto, Miss Mother's Day. A chapter from and learn how to apply rouge to
the book, "The LargerSteward- bring out It* good point RICE 5. Lbs.IONA
,Olive Ray Mrs. W. O. Halle Mrs hip was read by Mrs G. A. An- Good to look at I Is Anna May Wong, shown her "at ease" In her boudoir s25c
M. E. Edwards, Miss Amy Coburn For the woman whose face I I. too [WHERE ECONOMY RULES
Mrs. A. F. Sauls, Mrs. N. D. Wainwright derson. Mrs, Leola Roberts was round, rouge must create the lllu Ilk* the aid of a newly-painted brightness to your eyes: and softness
E. Middleton Mrs gladly welcomed into the circle asa sloe of an oval. For the woman ranee. No cosmetic fulfills Its put'pose to four skin that' all you

L. D. Green, Mrs., W.Mrs J. F. Colley, and new member. whose lace I I. too thin, roundness ( when It I Is not used subtly, should ask or take of roug Apply Plain or S.R. 6Lb*. 12 Los. 24 Lb*. 48 1.1....

+' Mrs. E. S. Matthews. Sandwiches and iced tea were must be suggested artfully applying and this Is especially true of rouge. II when smiling-tb* elevated cheek
i
circles will meet again the served by Mrs. Priest, assisted by ) the rouge-puff. ;Tile lucky You are not, supposed/ to look as will give the proper outline. You FLOUR 25c 47c 87c $1.69FINEST
The Mrs. H. IS. Priest and Miss Pauline woman wbo I. ovafof' face does,not look younger and prettier only
'first in June. Circle No. 1 though you Just bad ended a strenuous
Monday have such bard time the when the
Priest a a* one you apply: rouge careful SHORTENING I.Lb Ctl4 h
''S' Will be entertained by :Mrs. J. W. Member present were:: Mrs R. I who bas high cheek bone!: '$;: cant ot basketball or tennis, ly: ; otherwise you look bard and 4-1 ,ctn,

,White and Miss 'Amelia Ray, at A. Thomas Mrs. D. Kite, Mrs., J. It I Is difficult to believe that women nor are you to, look a. though! you Ten older because too much rouge COMPOUND 8c 30e
\the--home of..the former. Circle were runnlnc. a .bird temperature Intensifies
H. Hundley Mrs. D. L. Sllcox. know the purpose of rouge any of the shortcomings
No.' a', will be entertained by Mrs, Mrs. J. H. Lord, Mrs. S. F. Ham- wben you *e* some of them looking A ("light: flush ,enough color to addLNew of your look 'HEINZ

r -Titus'Olson.,. ., rick. Mrs. O. A. Anderson... Mrs. .
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'W.: J: Epperson, Mr*.'''R,, ,Yar- Baptist Training'Schoolt' F &.; ;Irs. Beasley Gives LuncheonFor I RICE FLAKES 2 Pkgs. 23c

i l.Ada, Baisden Monument brough, Mrs J. H. Pitta, Mrs. One resident!
Closed Friday NightThe Executive:Board U.D.C. OUR OWN BLEND '
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'di ,Unveiled April 29 A. Wiggins, Mrs. W A. Feeler -

The monument of the late Sov- Mrs. H. E. Priest, Mrs.' George H. Baptist Young Peopla'e Mrs. O. L. Eoasley. president of TEA' %-Lb. Pkg. 17c

Inman, Mr. W. H. Perkins, Mrs Training School I in all departmentsof the W. T Weeks Chapter U. D. C., ,
;jerlgn Ada Baisden! was unveiled by Ruth Courtney, Mrs.. Leola Rob B. Y. P. U. work, which opened hA entertained at a lovely luncheon DOG FOODDOGGIE

\;the members.'of Lakeside Grove Monday evening April 30. closed Tuesday, the invited guests being DINNER 3 I-lb. Cans 23c
Circle of Lake
Woodmen ;
(T4ok')04: ?: erta.Circle last when examlna-
Friday evening; the executive board of the chapter.A .
No. 2 entertained
;Butler, at Crosby Lake cemetery was by IONA'
lons were held and a social hour
profusion of sweet ,
,Sunday afternoon April 29, at 4:00: Mrs. Annie Richard and Mrs. Joseph peas
,o'clock: E. Wilson at the home of was enjoyed when the ladles of the gladioli roses and Queen Anne's TOMATOES 3'No. 2 Cans 25c

gY Mrs. Richard, Monday afternoon Woman's Missionary Society served Lace arranged In bowls and wall IONA
t' A large delegation of friends and delicious refreshments to I those vases added to the charm of the
at 3:30 o'clock.
j Woodmen Circle member from : r present, at the church. rooms of the lower floor of the CORN 3 No. 2 Cans 25c
and Lake Butler witnesaedF Quantities of Emtel .inies"aadyellow This
both Btarke training school had an average residence. The three course lunch- IOWA
: r this beautiful impressive garden flowers adorned the attendance of
thirty-five young eon was served in the dining room
living room. Mrs L. O. Powell STRING BEANS 3 No. 2 Cans
4> .service., people present each evening 'and and eleven persons sat down at the 25c
leader conducted the devotionaland
r Member of the Lake Butler much interest was manifested. long table, which was covered witha SILVER BROOK, Print A&P Tub
brief or :
business
presided over a
F>f ,,Grove taking part in these ceremo- Sunday evening at the church handsome Irish lace cloth and BUTTER
session during jwhlch plans were Pound 29c
'riies 'were: Mrs. Mildred Rivers, service Rev. C. B. Price presented centered by a bowl of pink radiance -
made for entertaining the visiting
:Mra. Nettle Mann, guardian; Mrs. the diplomas to the thirty-two roses and blue forget-me-nots.
;t Annle Rivers chaplain; MrL;Annie ministers at a meeting to be hem young ,people who took_.the, ' In Starke; next Tuesday, MICA 1$: J
Rev. Price had charge
+ Brown secretary: Mrs Alice Scarborough beauty of the table arrangement. SULTANA Grandmother'sFRESH

"';, treasurer; Mrs. Inez A social half hour was enjoyed.t! ot ,the Intermediate B-, Y. P U. r' d+ The favors and place cards were

w Elherd, Mm Llul! Rosenburg when the hostesses served.sand- class In the training school,, and ae. tiny flower trimmed baskets of RICH FRESH, PLAIN or SLICED

' ,. 4ih1re. Frances Brooks, Mr. Ruth wiches, Iced tea and cake*'to the Hawley, Ridenour, Jr., of Gainesville pink mints.
';' was the Instructor of Senior BREAD
...Weleh.y following: After the luncheon there was a Peanut Butter
,"It'' and Adult classes, and Miss Fay
Mrs L. O.; Powell> Mr. A. J. brief business session conversation -
y Lewis' -uclua, also of Gainesville, was the ; | .. 14-Oz. 18-Oz. 24-Oz.
-SilCQ' Thomas Mrs. Charles'-Overstreet, and sewing also pleasantly l2-Oz. BEER .

'""* Mr. W. N. Johnson, :Mrs. G W. Junior teacher,. MRS. DORA A. ALLEY' passed the time., MUG JAR ,I i:)C | 6c 8c lOc
Mr.: and Mrs. David L. Silcox .
Alderman, Mrs 8. Lu'Peek.-rMra.. Those receiving diplomas I In the

announce the' marriage of their E. M. Thomas Mrs.. Nat Williams, different departments were: : J ;\. Mrs.i, Dora Alexander Talley. Enjoying this pretty affair with
nelce, Thelma Lillian Sllcox to Mrs. Beasley were: Mrs. L. G.
Seniors and Adult-Miss Eunice GARDEN FRESH
Mrs S. G. Lewis Mrs. F. F, Flume,
James'A. Lewis, May B, 1934, at Williams! Miss Pauline Priest:Miss Omaha Neb., was elected national Powell. Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Mrs.EL .
Mrs. II. L. Brownlee Mrs. E. D. ;
president at a special session of the
1 Lake Florida. K. Ferryman, Mrs W. L. Wall,
City, dance Gill Miss Dorothy Turner
Card Mrs. J. D. Goodman. Mrs.J. .
national convention of the Su-
]Mrs.\ L. A. Mrs. J. E. FRUIT
Davis Wilson AND
The\,bride Is apopular; memberof C. Hoover and Mrs. Hildabell Miss Frances Hemingway, ,Miss preme Woodmen Circle in Dallas, VEGET'ABLESGOLDEN
Miss Olive Ray, Mrs. D. C. Klnlaw,
; of the Starke younger set and Bence were visitor at this meet- Hazel Crews, Miss Doris Silcox,
Texas, Thursday of last week.
possesses a pleasing personalitywhich Miss Fannie Sllcox. Mlse Georgia Mrs. E. S. Matthews and Mrs. O. J. }'ELLOW'BANANAS

has won for her many Ing.Circle No. 3 was entertained by Doyle, Miss Ella Maud Gllason, The members of Starke Grove Griffin of St. Augustine. 4 Pounds'17c

friends. She Is a graduate of Mrs. A. J. Griff at ber home Mon- Al Kay.,. Carlisle, Hugh Walters' No. 278 of the Woodmen Circle and -
Bradford has William Joe Edwards. the Starke Woodmen of the WOI'ldwbo Miss Fernandez FRESH
High School and day afternoon where quantities of Crews Gives

taught In the schools of this county garden flowers, arranged Ma table Intermediate Frances Over- have state had and;the district pleasure of attending Recital At College STRINGLESS BEANS Pound 5c
a meetings
for the past three years having baskets, added color to the room street Elaine and Elbert Edwards,
Alice Peterson Clara Flume Doris while Mrs.. Taney was In the state A certificate, recital was givenin FRESH
.been n* member of the B. H. .8 where the guest were seated. _
faculty for the past term. Mrs. E. W. Hayes, leader of the Crew, Edith Mae Taylor, :Mrs. of Florida as national secretary of the auditorium of the Florida CARROTS or BEETS Bunch 7/c
the Supreme Forest Woodmen Cir .
for Women
Eva Anderson. StateCollege Tallahassee
Tile groom has been a resident circle, has arranged for the differ- '
and Sara Barefoot cle, will rejoice over the honor she Tuesday evening by Miss FRESII '
i 'of'Starke! for several years and is ent members of the circle to lead JuniorJuanlta ;
the son of Mrs. Llllle S. Lewis ofpopka. at these meetings, and at this Eloise Bullock Kathleen Han las received. On March 2, Mrs. Alice Fernandez, violin pupil of SQUASH Pound'4c

+ formerly of Starke. HeY meeting Mrs. E. L. Biggs pre dee, Jenelle Hutching, Florence Vonda Inman entertained Mrs. Anna Mae Sharp, and Julia Mun-

and bill bride will reside In Starke sided and Ellen Mersereau, Mildred< Wtl- Talley at Sebring Florida where roe, organ pupil of Margaret Whit FRESH

where he la employed by the Brad- Interesting plans were made by llama Ruby Sllc}1j cud Pay \Varren. she attended en all-state meeting. ney Dow. Miss Fernandez was accompanied ,CELERY Stalk 7'/2c
r Last June, whsn Mra. Inman at-
U by Edna .
ford J i Browning.The
County :Telegraph.j the circle during the brief business tented: : the dedication of the national FRESH
session and all members have program presented was as
that Edwin Green Celebrates fp ; headquarters, she was entertained follows: LETTUCE lOc
Flowers were aaked to bring them Head

,j:| Sai with_ Flowers I| to the church for decorating*;for birthday Anniversary .. In. Mrs.1 'Talley'a home.i Concerto Allegro in A minor-----Vivaldi: COOKING

/ ]'g'i i;"'': '"'! .":-..., -'.* \ I Bother's Day.. t: TBJwIh! Qteen WAS host f to a large Sara Barefoot Celebrates", Largo ,, APPLES 4 Pounds 25c
Mrs J. Crl/fla Visitor
O. was a
number>6f the young folks of Ninth Birthday Anniversary Presto
Flower For AH at.tbls .. ". :: FRESH ,
tlng.bulibg
| Starke Tuesday'"evening* atlthehome I Suit thi premier ton-Clerambault ,
Occasion 1 \ the social half hour of his parents, Mr.. anil Mrs Sra! Birerobt.: daughter of Mr. Prelude TOMATOES Pound 7Yzc

Mrs. Orlffla served delicious refreshments L: D. Green, near' Starke. the'occasion and Mrs. Pi M. Barefoot, was hostess Dialogue

11;. _'''7..M "" ........ of punch and cake: to being his fifteenth birthday to thirty httl friends Saturday Toccata and Fugue In D tninor NEW
the following; afternoon from 4<00( to ts:30 Bach IRISH POTATOES Pound 4c.
anniversary.
''j. t;bDBEY ;
GERTRtl Mrs E. L. Biggs,' Mrs. A. M. The young folks met promptly at o'clock at, the horse\ of her parents Sonata in F major_________Grelg i

.-" ftlNLAW \ Darby Mrs. Wi L. Wall, Mr*. E. 7:30: o'clock at his home and en- the occ eAon being her ninth Allegro con brio .

PHONE 40 W. Hayes, Mrs. J.V.. Edward, Joyed a weiner roast on the large! birthday anniversary Allegretto quasi andantino CRISP 0 "Ptire'FrliIFhaterrdQELATIN

Mrs.:C. J. Powell, Mrs. A. H. Johns. lawn where games were also *nJoye.l. Games were enJoyed during the Allegro molto vivace DESSERT

x+ 311 Church !St.! Starke, Flit. Mrs O. J. Griffin and MIMI Ethel afternoon. on the large lawn of thla Suite Gothique___._-_Boellmann DELICIOUS, FRESH

,. or.. Moore The guests later assembled'into home and the little hostess was as- Choral SPARKLEd E
stated in entertaining byher deter,
tho living room 'where ,parlor Menuet gothique FIGBARS
+ Juanita Barefoot, Elaine Edwardsand
--- ------- games were enjoyed until svt;late Prlcre a Notre Dame
hour when the young bent.assist t Mrs. N. D< Wainwright, Jr. Romance, from Concerto in D Flavors to Choose From

" RLESMITCHELL A. ed by his mother, served delicious I i The living and dining rooms rnlnorWleniawsklBourree 3 Pounds 25c 6 Packages 25c

lemonade and were decorated 'with floor and table _____
refreshments of ? ____-_____RlnPrelude 'f *
birthday cake. The beautiful. baskets of varicolored larkspur ______________Spalding 4t=
birthday* cake was Iced In white roses, poppies and strawflowers Finale from Second Symphony_ WHITE HOUSE

with pink and green decorations the color scheme of pink Wldor 'EVAP. MILK, 3 Tall Cans 17c

end' bore the Inscription, *E.lwln and green being carried out in detail -, ,

r I Green. 1019-1934." /*t Centering the dining table W. O. W. NoticeThe TOILET TISSUE!

1S About thirty enjoyed this delightful waa the two-tiered birthday cake GAUZE 2 Rolls 9c

Iced la white, with elaborate decorations regular of All
party, and the young host meeting
'
,; CANDIDATE *J.' : I was the recipient of many l lovely In pink". and green, on which Friend Camp, Woodmen of the RINSO 2 Packages 15c

5: I gifts. atord the nine email pink candles. World will be held at the Woodmen -

';f.;', For Democratic Nomination For I i ii Surrounding this cake was a beautiful hall Friday evening at which PALMOLIVE SOAP 3 Bars 14c

Two Sturke Girls To arrangement of pink rose bu'U! ,S time the camp will be honored witha
and felts visit from, member of the Jacksonville LIFEBUOY SOAP 3 Bars 19c:
Receive F.S.C.W.
! United States Senator ; DiplomasTwo Mr.-Barefoot, assisted by Mrs. degree team who'will put. Washing Powder lOc

i of Starke's young ladies Walnwright, and,, Mrs. L. F. Dln- on the initiatory work at, this AiP, 5 Pkgs.

who are students at Florida State ktn. of Lawtey served the guoaU< meeting. OCTAGON SOAP Giant Bar 5c

College for Women* Tallahassee, Ice cream and cake: Lcllypopa be- A social .
hour will follow the
t WILL SPEAK I will be among the :313: candidate ing given as favors. meeting and all members regular of Mild, Mellow, PURE SANTOS8.o'CLOCK I
i for degrees and certificates at the G.-otip pictures were made of
the
:? In The Business District Of Starke 'I' i twenty-ninth commencement to beheld these IttUe folk who spent an enjoyable camp'are- urged. to be present. COFFEE Ponnil d 1 19c

I at the College May 228.. : afternoon with tiara, and Women in Greece are already'allowed .

!I Miss )ttrlam'J coba, daughter of wh- brought her many lovely toT municipal elections y.n. Extra Rindie*
'It t: Saturday May 12 19341 II| Mr: and Mrs. 8. Jacob, will be a birthday gifts, but they are denied the ballot Fancy. Sugar Jared. Sliced

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I candidate for the two-year diploma -- -- In.national polls. BREAKFASTBACON Pound 2& I

I In Intermediate g-a.tes. and Miss Champagne beta Its name. ;rom I __. _- .,. __ ,

:t, t At 11:30 o'Clock A. ,M. j Alice Fernandez;,daughter "of Mrs.. the province of that name) in It la'' estimated that there are

n. 3. Fernandez; Trill receive a c..- Frr.nce, where it was first '1'rodutt1 I more that ;30,000.000, unra.-irria'l" < THE GREAT :
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Mrs. F. B. Cady and Misses Dora Tools, W. J.-Moved. Stephens( Henry-T>e.rf. Adams, fecll-Moved. y T iP iPt
and Beverly Cady spent Wednes- NAT SEZ Tools, Kdlth; -Moved. !Sweat! Hi.ovar (..-Dead.Hlurnn .Tewn.: pllney II.--Moved, j '' '
r day In : Thlituln, Snia K, Dond. Marl lla'o\YnMovel', C owart, C .('.-MevnlCovlngton f '
Jacksonville. Ward, Mary A.-Dad. Mnule, J. H.-Moved.Weaver W. K_Deod.Hodire '. 4
h Bits of ,Well la 'Vllkl"....". Ouv-Moved. '' It Ifl.-ilnvwil.Wooilard. '. Joe H.-Deail.Hodfren ,r, '
Sunday Mother's Day and o i "
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tveller. Mahl.--Mavad. a n. Alphla--Miivvd.Keller
George Balsdro ol Jacksonville we should all be happy over the Weeks. W. T.-Dead.Wyman -wllllaniNon i ) ; ] D, "VV-Dead.Mnodv :;. ;, P( ,
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has been spending! several da.yshere fact We have 10"... JoHvphlno-Afoved. .AVIUIiimHoiu. ,A. A.-*\i\. 'j;. ,. 8.1".-|> ,n only one day of the Milte, Ciirale' H.-Dead. 'Wynn' MHI-V.-Penit., :. : Kenfroe Dora*Mov..l.llcnfroM lOy -
with his brother W. W. Bals year to remember Wyman LeuIII..U-l\IlJ''d. .'Wynn! Win.' .-M 'V ,. j jProcltipt J. K-nM. ..vi.d. .K, 43i' ,
IDcal den; and other relatives. Mother Yarbrough, Wm. IS.-Moved.rrelnrt Renfr, H. F -lI1y.. 's i t
but .
i i .. %e. e. ( rahHmDyat ., **app> 0, W.-Dead.Prerlurt ''t ; ,Y
she has 365 to Nu. H. Month mark Thf>,\' A-MovedMimh .. ,
MarjorIe Sues Mlddleton of Jack- remember Andrew Cortea-Moved. ?.., FianopN._Mov.(.. ,... K, HroukerAndreu '' t Wig
OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND us. UrookH, lIl..... Ah-IIIw..d., (Padgett l .1. -l\IlIv..l.. C,. K.-.Moved.Baxter ,
i
CONCERNING sonville has been the guest of her What would Mnwrm, Leonard T.-Dead. .'..1".1.., W. 11.-Moved.Piutwrtt. : Mm, II.' H.-Dead.Mrannen rr .
OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWN grandparents Dr. and Mrs. W. BMlddleton happen if Moth., f Bennett Sire. Carey K.-JOB<|. Joe A,-l>..mSuiicncy R W.-Moved.Krannen t '
PCOGRESS: Heal it. H-Mov'ol. Mary Kiln: -D ad.Suirency III.... H. W.-Moved.Crosby "
I for several days. er forgot to I'ahmn, A. I>-Deftd. 11. 8.-Moved.. I]. K_Movid. 'll i '
cook us three Card C. D.-D ead. Prerineto.. CroHliy. C. "Moveil.. /
O.lnJilf.{ l.nvenla VD oad. A. HaNiytitNnark roNby, A. H.-MovedOallln '
Mrs. Hildabelle: Bence of Cambridge meals a day- -if u Dowltng.' H. J._Dead, .ilalV' O-Mnvv I-- Mass.. is spending some she forgot. to I>ftvl.. Laura, A.-|t.nil.'' doom, CyrtiN-Mnvxl.Pivriipntpr II. H.-'Moved.Ilaien g .(
ot Lawtey was a Mr. and Mrs. L. M. and Uannallr, U A.-Moved. tiny l."Mi,tr-Movd. Mlna m.! O.-Moved.Ititseii 4j", s
Gray
VI L. Beacon time here with her mother Mrs. nurse us when Knxwy: N AlvR-Moved. l nlllllHiii, "H.' B. .Moved. Itchy O.-1II.w"I. tI( 1a !' ')
here Monday. children of Gainesville were In Lalla Chase and other relatives. we're .pick- if "Feeler, W. A.-DeadOrlfflM 1''av.r lI1..r..haJJ-I\I"ve". Johnson. C. Jf .Mov.d. u s
hsltor Starke Sunday visiting Mr. and Joseph M-Mod.. Paver. ,l.mlly-l\I"ved. Kelley J. H-U"Rd. < 9,
1 : she forgot the I OrlfflH, I<. D.-Dead.UrlfflH. Unfits.' !'. N.Mov.I.H..rl" Kirby .T. K.-MovedI.ewlH n {' t
I !. 0. W. Brown o* Lawtey Mrs. George B. Flynn.Dr. Rev. and Mrs. E. A. McDowell of thousand and H B.-"lumd.llouilite | '>rt O. ro.-1II"ved. Purvln-Moved.Matheney I'
lIr Saturday. Mire. !II. U: -D.nd. Harper, Annlce-Movad.lloiiMr '. : M. P.-Moved. f ,
here Lake.
,11.I8 visitor Butler were visiting their one little duties that make a home "tei.",iln (wny. Mrn Hei-tlm-Moved. 1I0u.ul'. I". 1.-'I..Vf Matheney.. Mr. Olive J.-Moved.Matheney 1 .
r and !Mrs. George H. Lowry son-in-law and daughter Mr. and so much different from, just\ a Harler. J. D.-Moved.Mutton .. MnrKaiotte" .'.-Moved.IfarrlMtin. KnimnAYoved. '
glreeT; Dendy of Alachua was a and daughter. Margaret returned Mrs. O. J. the house r'ell I tell we'd John (1...-Moved.Htidenn Min" O. L.-1horal.. Padirett. J. ('.-Demil .1. ,.t I
week- can
Grlffls during you MPH. Frnnkle-Moved. .'. Jnn.a.. UlsncvD.ad.Johnson >,,,loe..lI. H. P.-Deail.I'lnbnlHler. '1, ,
: Jiof here Tuesday afternoon. home Friday after spending two end.. think f It was pretty terrible. lloltun 1 : -;'IevA-Moved. Maok-l>..Hd.Maxwell. J.V.' I. Moved.. 1 4i, ,
linrrell.J. W. Movedlle W It. :Moved, ._
weeks with relatives In Maryville,. And don't think It will be Vlnholnter J W Moved. '
you ",ke, Alice-DKH. <|.. Mn.t, Ada-!Moved. liirrli.li, J II-Movml.PnrrlNh ..
Col H. V KnIght attended Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. B.: Jacobs and Miss pretty terrible if you forget Mother JohnvoivD. .1.-Moved. Suet, PaulMnved.laxu'el1. T A.-MovedParrlRh. } 'I '
1 I t'n Rosalind Jacobs In'Jack on her one day?!' Of course; she Kite, .nn..hlnv..1.' .. ) idaMuved.Meekelbllrg J. W.-Moved.Itedd. '
were lion- '
curt, ( Tallahaeeereaday Kite Perry Kite, Mr-Duuil.lat JonrDll, -Moved. 1-.. H.-Moved. 'h+ .
William Doyle of Green Cove ville Sunday evening where they); won't say anything about It It she >i:ne, Elmer-Moved.I .. Untloiluu. J. N.-Moved. Hhrtver" ... t.-Mov.d.Hhrlver. '. +
and Mrs. S. E. Ritch of Ral- Springs spent Thursday and Fri. attended the silver wedding anni- Isn't remembered,'but I know she .&thntn. Chan: i-) Mnve .
'''rr, Clarence 11.H.'I.1II00r. r.l .l_Dead.Wviin. A.. O Dend.Zepperer 5 1
ftJd were visitors here Sunday aft- day In Starke with his brother and versary celebration of Mr. and would appreciate,some little gift ., l n. f.-J\1nv..d. .. N. -l>i-ail. F-. R.-Moved. p"f +
sister J. D. and and here few MotMH, W H.-Moved.Mead .. Wilson, A. J.-Moved.lr .
I emooni Doyle Miss Geor- Mrs. Joseph Hackel. which touk are a suggestions: I. U ASloved.Mrl'Irland Further notice IN,. Klven that t"en".1 Na { '
--- gia Doyle., place at the Carling Hotel. lohnnlo ro.-Move" iTMatthews; ; of Alachua was Munsingwear Hose McKlniiey. W. H,._DendI'ltlphvlt Ililniion "' "npDI.1I..lb..rur. bo In "nUiii l on Wodnemlny, May16th.
i j Mae M -Moved.Itlv It. ('.-IVnd.Hall. A D. IM4, at 10 o'rlol-k A M y, Id 'aA'? +it '
tttendlng; to business in Starke Miss Hazel Adkins a student at City Manager and Mrs. Charles Chiffon Service rn. 11 O.-.Dead.Kltea bledison-bend. to restore. stint. names, aa have beenerroneoUHly 1, + d
Florida State JHinea, -DendHaulx T'nilKett, J. l'-\I..v..I.! stricken, \ from the "aid.
l'onday. ,College for Women Lareen of Lakeland passed through ; 69c 79- .. .
$1.00 Irene-Moved.fun TH nt, C. I*-Moved book
Tallahassee spent- the weekendhere Starke Monday en route to Jacksonville IK. J. A.-Moved.Htllh '. n. W'. JNHONi|| Chairman|,
; and Miss + M. {'.-Moved. Pree'oct. ,. :\i.v Inter Board of County ConnnlHiiloiieiil.Aj. ', '1t
with her and '
Lula Redgrave parents Judge and while here were f
Miss KP..ad. 6
1 Krltli Ktl.xn.ulMnved.atricltiand Andrew, Marv :
"Hirrlct! Bitch were visitors to Lake Mrs. A. Z. Adklna. guests of Col. and( Mrs. D. E. I Bedroom Slippers49c : Nancy-Load.; Andrews, I......-.-Moved. ? THOMAS Clerk of Hoard

'tity Sunday Knight. They were accompanied ; ... ,.w
.
1 Mrs. P. E. Johns, who has been by Mayor T. II. Mack also of .

Col. D. E Knight attended court confined to Riverside Hospital Lakeland. Dress MaterialsOf

'in Tampa and Clearwater the first Jacksonville, several! weeks' for i

'of the week. treatment has been removed to her Starke friends are receiving invitations Every Description!

1 home on Call Street. to the commencement 'I 15c to 98c a yardHandkerchiefs

r i Col! Joe Hill Williams of Lake exercises of Orlando Senior High i Tip Top GrocerySTARKE x

.'Butler has been attending! court Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Durden School on Monday. May 21, from

'here this week. and little daughter,. Betty Jo, of which John Eldrldge Robinson son In Boxes
Madison have been guests of Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson of

I j 'Mr. and Mrs. B. J.:: AUerman< of Durden's parents Mr, and Mrs. J. Apopka, formerly of Starke, will 35c a box 50c FLORIDASpecials

1 ;Melrose were visitors to Starke H. Hitch for several days. be graduated. Munsinirwear Underwear ? M Ntlello rte/ t ,

'Monday afternoon. BUY HER TUB BEST

i I; Mr. and Mrs. J. D., Doyle Miss :Miss Bunnle Canova; Miss MarjorIe It Doesn't" Coot Any More'Than'
11th and
K J Rev. and Mrs. C. ,B. Price'and Patricia Lamb and Mrs. Jensla Me Stump Miss Lois Long Miss Cheaper Quality GoodsIf Friday and Saturday May 12th.

T daughters were visitors to Gainesvllle Blakely spent Sunday In Lake City Georgia Haynes; Miss Dorothy Von Are In Doubt Let Us Help ,

[ Saturday afternoon. visiting Mrs. Blakely's brother and Ritch. Miss Kitty Hogsed and You Make n Selection e s

''. sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Miss Beverly Cady spent the week- IT P\YS TO BUY AT DEL MONTE f
( Mra W. F. and Mrs. ''W. Balsden. end in Tallahassee, attending the PINEAPPLE No. 2/ Can 20c SUGAR .

I'K. EJwards of Lawtey were"visi- May Day festivities at the State STERNBERG'S .
s
tors here Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Halbrook College tot"Women. DEL MONTE \ )
and little son of Lake City were PEACHES No. 2'/2 Can 17c 20 Pounds ., .95c ;'

Mrs. O. L. Beasley. Mrs. E. S. week-end guests of Mrs. Hal- Mr. and Mrs. J H. Pitt and' Starke..Florida,

Matthews and Mra. D. C.. Klnlaw brook's parents Mr. and Mrs. Wesley sons Ronald and Keefe accompanied 'NOTJt DEL MONTEEarly .

|:spent Monday In Jacksonville. L. Andrews, at their home on by another son and his wife l'ot: Ice I. h..ebl"" .Iven that at ameetins Garden PEAS No. 2 Can 15c F'
Cherry Street., Mr. and Mrs. Preston L.. Pitta of or the Board ,or Count CHEESEPound ,
1t1' for B.adfu.d
Mr. and Mrs J. W. Morgan and Gainesville were In Ashburn Go., (County onmisinnrra. 1"lorl"R. held Sod 0" Wednesday. DEL MONTE Mr

J Mrs. Hildabelle Bence spent'Sunday Mrs. R. F. Conway Albany N. last week where they attended the May 'flth A. D. 19J. the ollowingnamed .trickn Country Gentleman Corn 'No. 2 Can 13c '
ordered
I with friends in Jacksonville. Y., has been the guest of her funeral of Mrs. Pitts' father L. M. .omaldcnuntv persons the 'f'.I"t..tlon were books 'of- 17c

brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Sullivan who died there Monday .. for (he r mi.on....l dp-,. DEL MONTE
Mr. and Mrs. R. T; 'Osteen of Mrs. Paul B. Canova for several night. Mr. Sullivan with his wire poalte each nuns. ;
Lw< '. Pr i'ln..t 'IVo.:1rtp SPINACH No. 1 (Tall) Can lOc i
rr
Brooker spent Monday' in Starkewith days at their residence on North had spent some time at CIovls New

Mr. and Mrs P. M. Barefoot. Walnut Street. Mexico where they had gone on Buyer.k;,Audrey Auirimt-MoVml R.-Moved.Crawford. MACARONIPackage I I
DelMonte COFFEE Pound 29c
account of his health and had only M Franklin-Dead.

M133 Hope Haynes Miss Harriet Mr. and :Mrs. F. D. DIUman, La- returned tT( their old home at Ash- Cox Christy, H.;J.-Moved.Vtr. H._'Movcri..

Rltch and Miss Lula Redgrave mar Murphy Mr. and Mrs. R. H. burn Sunday before he passed (Pheatham Floyd I>.-Moved.C'lawfnrcl MILK, Tall Cans 3 For 17c -. 5cFLOUR

spent Saturday! in Jacksonville. Barbour and children all of Jacksonville away the following Monday.LAWTEY ,Tiavldrliead.J. M.-".a"l.Txirban .. ,+.

spent Thursday and Friday PenklnN MolltA./ -Dua."
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis wUl at "Futch'Iobert if.t-Dn at the Barbour cottage
,! fc-uieh. >lrn, II..J1c.o1QV"d...... Gibs. 121bs. 241bs.
,.... ..
.
'
spend Mothers Day In Fernandlna KlngsJe Utkl. vr' Foi'cttjt.'CIreML'a''a'loud Snowdrift
with his mother. Mra. Mary Davis.Mr. ( flloMr BJI! *-Moved.latewood. ;
,
.. ,
( J. C. Mov l.JlcrrliiK. l.
Mr. and Mrs.. W. T. Holzendorfleft I Arthur.-Ueadr l lKvnnnid PLAIN OK

and Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones Sunday for Hosford, Florida 0. J. Phillip, Cor. J.ffordj8ephr, Kmlly'>_i l Moved' H.' -:Dead.Lowry. HELP: KIS1NGCOCONUT 25c3 C 87c i

and daughter. Miss Elise, of where they will be located for ,, j..m..ii 11.-Moved.
Gainesville were'visitors here Saturday some time. Mr. Holzendorf holds Luadhult. !Marsh K,-Dead.'

a. position with the L. M.' Gray Building RepairedM. "M MBIT rr. l..uvllin-Move"Edward-Moved. ;
: B. Plummer is this week Mvlvlii.: 1 elmury-Mnved.: :

Miss Lucy Doyle of Green Cove Construction Company having workmen remodel his home Morgan, MudHon. '. Moved. K.-.IJoad.Mrlvln. .
1) < / Lb. 12c L A R D
Springs spent Sunday in Starke Mrs. Myrtice Hawthorne 'and and store building east of the railroad Manningtltzle-Dead.Vrevatt Dead.. Package
Koh rt- 5w.1 Y
!Kettle
with her sister, Mies: Georgia Mrs. Mable Butler of Lake City :: V. Rowvll-I>ead.Hrmler. '

Boyle. and; Mrs. Mable Cox of Alachua W. H.-MovedPtnillnK. 3 Pounds .23c
Strawberries And Beans !; 1"8" N.-Dead.Hrhvtllln. Bulk PRUNES 2 Pounds 15c ;
spent Wednesday In'Stark with M a.-rMovedHchdtlln .
Paul Knight student at the University their' sister-in-law Mrs.! A. F. A very busy place In town at olive-Moved.
of his'par- the present time is at the shipping Tear l.'lh..ln.101oed.To'ode WHOLE GRAINRICE
visited
Florida Sauls at her home on Cherry B. 1'1..01.W.lnwrl..h .
nta, Col. and Mrs, D. E. Knight Street. platform where the growers bring !, U. W._Dead. Bulk PEACHES 2 Pounds 25c l

Thursday.Mr. small lots of strawberries, green Vu. 3,'tpr..I..t N.rtb: Stark
nova and other to sell to 1
produce
Mrs. F. beans AddlHvn Mack-Removed.Alvarea
who there to buy.Baptist Levy Removed Package RAISINS 2 Pounds 15c
and Mrs. E. C. Priest and spent several days this week with peddlers gather ,, Molll fI.It moved.
Adams
daughters Misses 'Pauline and her 'grandmother, Mrs. S. E. Adam BellU i IC>-Removed.Alvares 5 Pounds .23cMother's ''
I ?
Thelma spent Sunday with frIends who has been qu1t ,UL Church, ,' 'Tlllman-Dead .
Brownlee, Ah.rm..n.tJ..' II.) F -pDead.Blinker. Package APPLES 2 Packages 15cMother's
at Newberry. Mrs. A. V. Long of Gainesville has Reverend Lyell of Morrlstown W. K-i-Dead.! .
Tenn., has moved his family here Brown H. B:+Moved.' OATS
Mrs.
her mother
with
also been Bryan, Emma J.r-Remoyad.Jlolxtln : ,
Mr. and Mra. C. H. Nasworthy Brownlee.Mrs. and taken lIP the pastorate of the U B.-Removed. CHINA

and Mrs. G. H. Meadle spent Sun Baptist Church here where preach- Hullen. J. J-Removed.H.-RemovedHumKarner COCOA 1 Pound 12c :25c,
Catherine Package
Sullen _
day In Quincy with Mr.''and Mrs. R. S. Fernandec and Miss ing services will be held on. the MArvIn D.-RemovedBuckley. ,. ,
0. R. Merritt Tuesdayand first and third Sundays at 11:00: Hen.y-Mov..d.
Fernandez spent
Isabel
.
H H"-
Wednesday in Tallahassee a.m'and 8:00: p.m., to which all are Ji Bradley..l..<1n. Ada t_Dead. tti
Mrs. Twyman Marshall of'Jackottville went to attend the Moline Invited to attend. Crosby J J. Dead.la .
where they .
A.Mov..d.CI..rk.
Wllllaiil. '
spent Sunday in Starke recital of Miss Alice Fernandez on.. LurlnaM._Moved.Cade. TOMATOESlTip I Top Market

with her grandparents. Mr. and at the Florida State Collegefor Personals 1U._C Moved..-Dead.f'nleman '
C..by.v.
.. R. M. Sparkman. Women. Miss Eveline Foster of Miami Ned r.,-Moved. .
was visiting friends here Saturdayand Courtney ._Moved.fauthen .

''sn MI.III'. Estelle Kendrick and :MIlls Rev. and Mrs; B. M. Montgomery Sunday.C. Crosby. ,H J...rnhel H.--Moved K-Moved. CHOICE WESTERN MEATS .
.n Slsson will spend .this R. Whitehead was transacting Jesse K,-Moved. ,
and children spent the past' Corpenlnc.
will week-end in Gaineavffl where they week with her parents. Rev. and business in Jacksonville Monday. Christy Caraway, Audrey Loulne-/ -Moved.Chrl !Moved.. PORK I{ & BEANS

at attend the spring house party Mrs.' J. W. Austin at Bowling Cannle barley of Fort Bennlng ..ty, C. N._Moved.Crew Fancy SIRLOIN STEAK _. 0 Pound 23c
the Delta SIgma PhI fraternity relatives here *. Joseph *>._'>'".'. t
Ga..' was visiting
house Green and while away Mr. Montgomery ? the week-end. Drummnnd fieal! Moved.nyal. 4 Cans 17c STEW KEEK ,_ .3 Pounds For 25c
.
also attended a meeting In during K .D
David W. Moore of Jacksonville hew l".Jlth W.-Dead. Pounds For 25c f
Winter Haven. Hartwell A. Moved. IIAMIIURftER ___ '
visited his family here Saturday hew M._Moved.Fnrayt r rSPARE
Cell
Dew .Dead.Fraa VEAL CUTLETS or CIIOP _Pound 2Sc
h, John -
Miss Dorothy Sapp has returned and Sunday. .. James I.-IJena.Orebble. .
RITZ THEATRE from Gainesville where she has Miss Elizabeth Plummer, enter e,. HdwaM 11.M.v.d.1I..dn. K:.-Moved.lllvard M A T C H E S ICIIS ._ .___ _.,. ____ ,2 Pounds 25c

been spending several days with tained her little friends Friday eve <) ...., W.llsbbl.-Dead.

STARKB, FLORIDAPROGRAM her aunt. Mrs. F. A. Moore. While ning with a birthday party.Dr. Deorce, C ia.: WDeiul.KeeeeV. .. Package lOc FULL LINE COLD MEATS
In the University City Miss Sapp G. W Brown who was seriously Iluelphrey. O""fI'. AliceDead.lnman I.-e"d.

Attended the Delta Phi Chi sorority injured in an automobile Jordan, Pear.Ioved.In. .
dance and! banquet.. wreck recently, has recovered sufficiently ...... W. 1"-.1U..cI.Jo. Mov..d. 3 Packages. .25c Cheese -- Breakfast Bacon i! '

OINNINO FRIDAY MAT 11 ; to be removed to his home Johns.. Calvin)Ire. 14AIII"I L.-Joloved. d I II.
Mrs. Irene Wills is in Jacksonville lie re. A. W.-Moved. I'HONK ORDERS AI'PUP'.tI.\TElJ: AND DEtlVKREt

FRIDAY; MAY IIVe're visiting her son-in-law and Mr.. and Mrs. A. H. Harley.. Jr., Kimball Kl-kllter,Mrs.vlv.r.tt-Moved.* J.Moved.Klckltt.r >. SALT, 3 For lOc ,
'\ daughter. .and Mrs. E. \W Harris were visiting in Jacksonville Sunday James V. Jr.-Dead.Klckllter r
Not Dressing'.Inl .
,. nard W IJ aU.S27JSI
and from there will go to Kut- .
Crosby Carole Lombard, tawa. Ky., where she will spend the Mr.' and Mrs. James T. Moore N.101. rtoKTlA. LaTouraine COFFEE Pound 25c '

George Burns, Gracl Allea remainder of the summer with her returned to their home at Plant &.v' O.-MO.d..
Ethel' -M."""
Memum, Leon Errol sister Mrs. M.. deed.fw City Friday. Meade, Pearl. MovedMaivelff. .
Sumpter Harley Is visiting at Ft. Thomas B._Moved.
"' .\TUHDAy. HAYn"Whirlpool" Morrow. Mason W.Moved.Murden .
Meade this week. tamer. Ax Moved.
Mrs. G. W. Roberts and childrenare Maitnl, Hamlln J.-Moved.McNeil. and FruitsNo. -
Produce
A. F.-Mwved.
JACK .HOLT BiliousnessSour visiting at DeLand this week.J. M..rr.w. III.... fiul/..-Moved.HoNell .
S. Phillips of Miami was visiting X 8._Moved. 1

Sl"XD.\Y MOND\Y AND Stomach relatives here Saturday and Moody{. Arthur T' C3.-M .-ved.Nilttall Moved.McNeil. ..

tlKSDAYf BIAY 1S-14-13 CM end Headache Sunday.Mr. .., V,, (M'a.-&I..v.lI.'._Moved.iwerxtreot I IRISH POTATOES __. ___ itf/ Pound 23c S$ '

"Hips. ' Hips ,
Hooray"HIIEELEI fatt. "Arlll--Mov Juicy: LEMONS: ._ ___ Dozen I5c ,Ly
: &: WOOLSEY Ccnstipationj Parrteh' J....e.f.-4 .ved.Parrlib. ;
l-uth Ettlnff. Thelrai Todd, Wednesday., Phllllpa..wls. Jefler.'.-W.-r..ad.( "....,. Yellow( Ripe BANANAS: ___ '_?-.?_., 4 Pound 15c 'i

Dorothy Ire ness auks ICuf.kn. .111":.' )L--Moved-Moved. Hard LETTUCE. _..._______-_____, -__Each 7 ! v W. H. Edwards\ In Philadelphia Uarr..t p,-.-Dead.
1: ''XESDA"' &: .THURSDAYa Pa.. with a truck of sweet 11ym.nd slat runk l'l.._i r.-D" tl.Knell Large CELERY -------. ______Each 7ic! .
'a W. K. Moved, CHARMER
17 i'
corn.J. Mhriver.' W. T _MovedPnnw Texas Yellow ONIONS ___. found 5e '
"B oU is Up"' a. Austin and J. R. Shuford D, I.--llnved.Hi. '

4P'DCt'1' Tr John .Bole*' j were transacting business In Tb'nmn..*II.Jle K-ltfiii.i cla-' M Mov.. le.".xlTbomnn. TEA, Orange Pc:'ae. -- ... V.Lb.( 17e COFFEE'

;, \V-I4evsd.: .
Pat traoeBarga. Starke Monday. Tlln...... J./ K .Moved.Thornton. (;r..u::oJ.us Duren 15c;
Mr. Night All FoolaV Day existed as far Tyl..... T. II. .Moved.Truby. i
lEDNE:.>i. ', MAY' 18 J"')lIb 3.L: Iewf .:.-.- fYy
back as the seventeenth century 1'"..ma.,. J. phLne..IJ.ad. J _, ':::..-i'._ _.:.._"o J'f. "" !' ,' "" !'lI"T; Ifi -
but Its origin; la unknown. Taylor, Jo. l



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I JTAOE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY.IAY! IT ,

.. =-
3 A bee can lift and carry 29.5 A Precinct F. M. 7
No South In'PO"1|)
: 1J SCHOOL DAYS By DWIG times its own weight whereas a Anderson. Clerk 1 SIArk.. .'"

\\J man's to limit himself.of weight Is about e- and TV n. C.Buror.j''"(,;nAspector.MeRae ;j j jMcuveriCle ,

j" see w t60S:;*. edtl. VW OCHl m7enoIA'f qual No. of,
1 JUST wa.T fi
'ip PI1NT \\,t'1)0) VWteo e> 1.. C. rshamernathy W:
I' M r0a0RION
FARMERS SECTIONLuded T 1 Sa.tc VW ,," "' ,,"'T (!I"OO. euADu51 Glacier in Rock and John Surrene Smtih. F'T'Ators.
ItaOM
eeeMe 'odtd "'57-t Moun'I'I ,
tain National Park, Precinct No.
porn' SwM It'S Seca RS7I: G. Ham"lon
Demonstration AgentsIw ARTisIR 1ti w11Y ;sees duced thirty-two feet eight inchesin Wynn, Clerk: Mt., hatchet; q
by
Dennison and
JL* U. Johns.
pnSwER t'Ie. 1 the. last year.MAVAftKllft. torn. tno'';,
j h 1J 'to\ ...
: -
"f4.t IS AM) CI.KItKH TriextlClerkoNeal: l Youngii.n0aj. ,
frt 1 ptaKhr } PMItflltr II.ICC"'ION: ParHtenaon, and
Orln"r:
; ..tTPIof': At a meeting held on the 7th dRY ln"p..ctorn. -
of May, A. D 11)34) the Board offountv Precinct No.7 Nw. Itv|
w Plant Food Leached rv>mnil..nlon.. ..r. nt Bradford 8app. Clerk I N. f.. K..II- 'r'A
I i County, Florida, appointed the fol drew... and H. .er,
RURAL low In,* cleikM and ln.yectorH for ", .ig-i; .r'Erl"7I :
From Soil By Rains the Primary Klecllon: to be held on song CI..rk. Jhn .
COMMON SENSE I 5th day of June., A. t>. 1934: ?I and C. R. UelP/S.
; F Needs Replacing Now Precinct No. 1, Lnwtey, James. Rosier n. xi-f. }uvsuN:; :/,' <
Clerk; R. A. Blanchard T, T.Hlackburn O.T.. HINHON.
k I By SPUDS JOHNSON and James Austin, In- Board of County mte..mnl,.
AUeHt-:
GAINESVILLE:-Rainfall in excess ttpectorn.Freelnct
No. 2, North Btaike F. A A. J. THOMAS.
k i of normal, recorded In most Hcutt. Clerk: L. J. Green, Willie M Clerk to Board.
GIVER
t'' 4-If CLUB WORK parts of Florida during the past (


RURAL ,BOYS BROADER AND GIRJ.SNEW VISIONS reactions few weeks related on citrus will farming have fruit ;productionand significant;activities / HOW WOMEN J CAN WiIi:7 ''EN


Without vlelon the people -
a perIsh
state farm service agencies operatIng
declared: the sage of old. Don't" from the College of Agriculturehere AND H1EN WINThe

get into a rut or "go to seed are pointing out to growers.
warns the man of today. A wider

, vision Is sought by every ambitious Leaching of plant food from the Favor of Other Men
i soil whenever rains
occurs heavy
person, from the highest statesman

4, to the lowest farm hand or factory come the Agricultural Experiment Unless two pints of bile juice expret. them to Bet rid of !
Js Station has found. Since the precipitation t'p':7:: A f 7. ._- 1 i flow daily from liver into that deati'on your p ,'.,m"l .ha.ii.iffi. i
your
employee. t '
; ..
do It. J :
they JJ
, A broad vision! an occasionalnew having this result has your bowels, your food decays in tail I end o< your bow,).land that dom.t
I and outlook ia taken place this year earlier In he / / your bowels.. 1'his poisons your take away enough of the dma>ed I pnan, ,
brighter parties '
season than usual, replacement of whole body" Movements get hard Co.motl. won t help at all.
ularly needed on the farm. Rural and You .>1 Only a free flow of your I juice! '
constipated. yell'
the lost fertility will be required get stop this i decay pnl.on; In II"o S,!:
life has ninny attractive' features, tongue yellow skin pimples dull one mild vegetable merlic.no
the station workers before which
If we know how to realize and appreciate Bay t s/ ,y / eyes bad breath bnd taste gas,i a free How of your bile juice ii (',.to.,:..
,, crops that are gross feeders can be headaci1e. Little Llvor Pills. Mo calomel
rt them. On the other hand, dizziness You have become (imereur
expected to thrive. In Curter'i. Only fine mild
it can become drudgery, with Its EE an uglylookinr.fonlsmell)- xtrnrti. If you would h.lnu. hack v.satnhle
J, attractions lost\ to sight. Conditions Observation by members of the ___:: i fntf, Bour-thmkmK person. You personal charm to win urn mart tokini your'
Agricultural Extension Service have lost your personal charm. Carter'i Little Liver Pill a..oroln|: to
in the farming world change
dir-ctlon. today. 28< at drug .
,,1' rapidly, and those who do not catch field staff confirm the conclusionthat Everybody!: wants to run from you. llifuie omethlna ju.t Ha uood store. for Ii
the rains of the past two or But don't take salts, mineral may gripe, loosen teeth or acald
new visions occasionally are left
rectum. Ask for Carter'a Little
behind the procession. three months have left the soil de- waters nile laxative pills laxa- Liver Pills by nome and opt Yt

a ficient in nutrient elements quite tive candies orchewmir rums and what.nu ..It for. IdlliSS.) C.M.Co. _.__
w One of the principal values of
generally, Applications of fertili-
,? 4-H Club work Is due to the fact
zing materials considerably earlier WATCH FOR THIS
: CROSSIt
X that It gives rural boys and girls than is customary therefore Is

. broader visions new associations

5; friendly contacts, and uptodateideas urged avoiding upon damage growers to growing as a means prod-of Means the REAL ARTICLE

and home
on farming making
ucts from abort rations of plant -
:D 'DREAMS'
"Until the county homo demonstration food.

i agent came Into my community .

r and organized a club. I was GENUINE Of BayerManufacture
'going along in the old rut caring Survey Discloses Facts NIRAM V. WYNN i which he was a member with Rev. R

little how things looked around my Nlram V. Wynn prominent resident I M. Smith In charge of the services. ASPIRIN )
Hints To Housewives
y home" said a club girl recently. About Florida Farms of Hampton, passed' away at 'Interment followed in Wynn ceme

With the advent of club work however his home thereJBunday.afternoon, I tery.

her outlook "At I Counting two trips aday rain or April 29, a Illness which Survivors are his wife Mrs. N.
was changed. Weekly rrum Hen DetBoaatra* after!: long When you go to buy aspirin, Remember this for own
ll' each meeting the agent had something tton Speclaltote. Tallahasee shine Florida farm wives lug: pa IN! had confined mm' to his bed for V. Wynn; one son N. V. Wynn Jr.; Just remember this. : Every protection. Tall your friends
four your
daughters Misses Corrie
of water million and ,
new to tell something nearly a a several months.
Jr, ofnmdlncq- vbmfwyshrcmfwyp tablet of real aspirin of about it for their protection:
half miles
that was practical useful and edu- a year
Mr. Wynn who
TilE WELL DRESSED HOUSE was fifty years manufacture ia Demand and
Bayer
Dora Mae and M. E. Wynn all of
A farm
hi catlonal she continued. "But housing; survey recently
old was born and reared in Brad
l; the pleasure of attending the meet- conducted by the Civil Works Administration ford County and was consideredone Hampton, and Mrs. C. A. Roberts, stamped with this cross. No get Genuine

tugs and making contact with others Vacuum cleaners buckets of also revealed that of the most successful farmers Jr., of Lake Butler; two brothers, tablet without this cross ia BaycrAspirin.

and their work waa well worth soap suds, wash-lines and a topsy- only about one-fourth of the some of that section. Carl Wynn of New River and Jack GENUINE Bayer Aspirin. 0
household is the "localcolor"
turvey
the time I spent If I had learned I' 07,200 rural dwellings In the state Funeral Wynn of Hampton. Safe relief for headache oolds throat
of many an American home. services followed on sore ,
1 nothing my.elf."We boast a bath tub or shower.Almost .
Spring house-cleaning we call It.I I one-half of the homes are Monday which was held at the Prince Edward Island la the pains of rheumatism and neuritis, ate.
have learned that life U
Its admirers are few and far be Hampton Christian Church of smallest province in Canada. r
fi unpainted and approximately 45- aaln.gayerAPJIMDoeNetHarm1beftest
more than Just tolling stintingand tween. ..
000 depend uopn gasoline or kerosene --
saving. There Is another aide Yet house-cleaning should not be
.
to It, and we have found it, thanks the trial it is made. Modern lamps for light. More than
conveniences -
800 families still live in log houses.
lo our tireless
worthy agent.
are such as to make of it
In a recent Issue of Old Home
y Progressive a scientific
leisurely Intelligent
A vast majority of the homes
Tanner and Southern Ruralist a
affair. There are the
man soaps on
writer compared club work to a are less than twenty-four years old
market which take care of the .
master key. "It the door to but almost 8,000 were built more
opens wood work efficiently and quicklyIn .. 0
.
than fifty year ago. Nearly 50- 'I -
leadership the most Important .
agile hands. Vacuum cleanersget .
# doojr of life" he said. "It opens into the corners and renovatethe 000 are one story. MILLIONS I : *' ;

039 door to social activities. It mattresses and upholstery In While the average size of the ; :
farms is 101 acres;only fortythreeare
t}; Plajee Hit door to friendship. It no time. Dustless clothes. have replaced ,
jjWN, ttw door to life Itself, with the tillable. Some 31,000'while
era when dust settledon
All Its puzzles. end winding maaes. the furniture after a with persons own their farms and 15- of ACRES. beg 6" :

::1 i 'Wfe Is a problem of eating ex the broom was redistributed flurry all 000 rent or work on a share basis. .. ::

,rya ercisingdressing. associating: over the plaeefey a feather. or wool Non-white owners, mostly negroes, f ,1

earning, spending, learning. Th4 affair.A occupy about 9,200 farms Some forINDUSTRY .

4,I4 doors that lead to 4,700 non-white persona operate "t
Jwy
open day for the closets; a day for i ;"-J< .
| |in ..II] these farms they do not own. .
iJ.dgs f processes.
Jno, the rugs and woodwork;
everything i
The homes average 4.8 rooms \
sent to the laundry that can' and have an average of) ... occu t.
By preparing enough vegetables be successfully washed and beforeall

cereals and meats for more than this a evacuation of pants. \ .. ,
general
,,
'
condition ." "
one meal at a time, the housewife Reported In poor were I4Fw. :,. 'I'1: '
heavy things like winter coats .
.
I the foundations of 29,800 homes, : ,..irv ,t Ft t, *
.
will fuel and labor. .
save .
heavy hangings and couch cover., ,
: roofs of 29,000. and walla and ceilings : '
t;
Ten million dollar
CHANGE IN SCHEDULE and then the house Is ready for Its 1 of 29,100 and floors of 28300. of government *.

.. summer dress. I Farmers To SpendIt money is being spent to improve that /t w
t :
t ; I'
t< I.' Southbound To the thoroughly efficient mod was estimated farmers plan to vast and fertile region of South Central 1 ,:' .
ern housekeeper, the summer dress :
{. No. 1-Due Starke 10:55: P. M. of her house la the moat Importantstep spend $1,746,000 In the next for alterationsand Florida known ai the Everglades, in con .. qP

j) No. M-Due Starke 8:57: A. M. of- all. By means of..attiringher Construction repairs of new year.houses traction of the Lake Okeechobee levee 1
No. 107-Due, Starke 10:07: A. M. ,
'f NorthboundNo. house sensibly for the summer within the next three years was and deepening of drainage canals to V.-UJ i. Jt7 I .
months she saves herself hours of estimated to be undertaken to the r .., .
k 2-Due Starke 6:22: A. M. I Ocean and Gulf. At :
; work and needless anxiety about value of 2080700. But the vote present, only one
No. 12-Due Starke 3:17: P. M. '
No. 108-Due Starke 6:01 P. M. moths and dust. was 29,100 to 13,tOO against bor- per cent-30,000 of the 3,000,000 acres

Starke And Wannee Branch In the well-dressed house in rowing money for construction or -is under cultivation. Here are posit* .
l summer there are many little If long-term low interest -
even
No. 102 Leaves Starke 7:00 A.M. repairs
: bilitiea and !
things should be done. loans could be arranged.The resources scarcely dreamed e3 L,5bj :.
No. 102-Arrives Starke 1:00: P.M.
(Dally except Sunday) Ruga, not needed to curb the U. S. Department of Agri- of .. needing men, machinery and '
sound of should be rolled
footsteps culture said the figures of the survey industry for their :
development.What .
except In moth proof paper and replacedon still were subject to revision.It i

r : Sunday.' the floors by fibre rugs If was conducted In Alachua Dade, it being done TODAY hints at [ .. :

needed I JCacambla Gadaden Leon. Hlllabor- what can happen TOMORROW

k AVER WOP Heavy gold window drapes ough Orange and Polk Counties .

.L should be put away after being "Appropriate weights" were This year 12,500 acres of sugar cane ,. i t

cleaned of dust and replaced by ; given the department said to are being harveited. Crop value ia %

sheer bright washable curtains of project the results over the entire $3,000,000. Approximately 3,000 work. 6

y-. cotton, or sheer rayon, or thlD'SUkwhich state. +

yI may serve as both sash curtain e> er* are employed.

I and over-drapes It over-cur According to seismograph experts Along the south and east shores of 4
tame are needed they be of '<.'
may at Fordham University Lake
Okeechobee 10,000
acre produce .
cretonne or bright colored linenor earthquakes run In series. Their

a .... cotton < Instruments recorded fourteen during iee'bean*, tomatoes, corn lima bean, nut product 'factories and five packing

Wintry upholstery should be hid recent month. cauliflower) and
one
; cabbage. Thirty to sixty plant*-100 industrial
den beneath bright slip covers or enterprise em .

rayon or linen. See your home CMCRK'fl REPORT carload are shipped daily to Northern ploying a half million men in of the
one
SO. 134 .
Siarke Fla, April TIle AD Florida Con.mltUe
I demonstration agent for helps and Report of the Clerk of the ttirnultCourt i market during the winter. greatest agricultural and industrial koM prwentmembenhlp
for Bradford County, Florida, center
suggestions in making slip covers. on account of taxes, .......d for the Several thousand acre are growingpeanut of the country. laalao'f*
Silver and other tarntshable
ar- year 1933. an .ewtpapen, ndlouttuw
ticles should be polished and pack. C. A. KNIGHT. Tax Collector, ., shipped North each year for To approach this accomplishment aa4 eaUIoordertklatt
we
<...
rip ed with a piece of camphor Ice or To halanre other aid against tarnishing. The amount collected.??_*__ SOT.40 Ike "tale -
,rn summer house or apartment does To balance..due May 1.__.___ 1,.I1.41 oil product of Florida industries have been started VaHlema, aeMettieiul,
*! and Forfeit **
not need winter's bric-a-brac about. To balance due April !..._ 1.691.36 ,Fiber can be grown in the Everglades, by visitor who for aoaront ersaalaetionfamed
II. 'TOwar> teatf fa ....... The well-dressed house ,in sum Ry amount collected, .-..__. 175.47 tough came enjoyment, te sac one tkeladutrlel.
to that if used
expert in
tire and egrfaulhurml
To balance dun May I 3,413.69 say impressed
the
fitK. eTarr nerve a> aitS ta-aiin. mer can be a gay and lovable affair "'_.'7 Read ... ...... by opportunities and fcmrbt potentlall.tie .

sills without being la the least an To balance due April 1_.._. 7,110 manufacture it will outlast any car made. they found etblihed themselves ef UM But*. Dor.lav .
My amount collected 361.33To
nw.rt..rtrlead anxiety or) trouble. That word balance duo May *1*_*-._--* '.!:!!,71Ceatr Manufacture of rubber from goldenrod here permanently: We tke uninier m
simplicity today 1s acquiring a new *.>..*>, Gt.eral can bring more of drive win ke rade
.... aQ to c I To balance due April 1.1I..n.11I perfected by the late Thorns Edison, i is them here ef
*
Nst'vdl.s ....... vogue and a new significance; it Is Ity amount cnllooled...._._, MR.6t another advertising Florida attraction ,sow tke upper
; surely the watch-word of the balance due Hay 1..11,355.30 po ibility. and every tUlara, kealneeikou.
., summer ITO .. advantage to all the world. A wkelTieloe. -
aad poUthal
C. ? fella .
.... _.a" 6 home. .Three million
i To balance due April !? .- 1400By Everglade acre, fully unified, properly planned advertise mead Ike aa-
W/y deaat yoe 117 Dr. ear amount collected _= 1100: tate
ar. AJ... MervtM Tafcletafla To balance due May I...__' 15100 ntilised, could supply material for forty inS program will RESULTS oaareamifefly
G Total *.......>eel ....1.. get in a* tWr .
.,... .. asF halfNhkVINL.. STOP AT .To balance due April. 1_._.10,319,41 sugar mill, thirty canning factories, ten create population and business !. ..kU ...........
wren' asakec By amount collected___.. 531.10 .. pour
F .11e.61rtak VIOLA'Srr 1'. balance due May 1.___._ *....31 fiber, plant, ten tire factories, five peauntold wealth into Floridal 1 .
.. Thai fc-Staeel Beaded
pail -I.dr.- To balance due __ ,
April l ,1S1 51By
rdDrIs N.... .. ... amount collected.---*.9 '

+ .. ... l--.u..w rlYa rr To balance due.May !____? (..11'.11A. ofll ..
ev.c11M'tablsL I liefbleah Sandwiches .........". IDA.I
..... To balance due April. 1._ tit. 0
f .. ..... ..r. ...... 5.4 fly amount collected.__- II.inTo
.1M.. ... Miss balance due May l.___> B...11 ::
,i ICE COLD BEER W....... '..... ? COM\ fE:
I
To balance due April. !??. "I.eo .
A Ask For Our Pious oa CasesBill's By amount collected19.13
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1 I ,{ >< l ,1It .&......- To balance due May' 1-__ 54*.11Meed
l' sad Bride* l.f.r..t
Service Station *'.*_.!_*;
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1Sst To ba'l.n':,* due April _--Il..M.14
Wfcere Ye* Get Yew Urn mm* ,
By amount colleted.1,031.9 l
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Ta. balance due May 130,44J.
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M,1Y 11,1934 BRADFORD C01JNTV ...
Ap TELEORArH
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he a candidate to succeed myself aaRepresentative the voter of my district to reelect ,ti i i
I of Bradford County, m e. I will faithfully: discharge '
j' ATTEND CHURCH SERVICES ON MOTHER'S DAY subject to the action of the Democratic all duties coming before me to the
] June. I r '
primary In am grateful best of my ability. Thanking you ? 1 -
to you for the generous support for the past. support I .n.. '
you have heretofore accorded me, I Sincerely) yours,
.and trust that my record a* your L. L. CONNICR. 1, ,
servant has been mi oil, that It will (Paid Pal. Adv by I> L. Conner). tlr

sod u 1 imp Into my feet ri a ligtt into ay ntL : \\ /! oommend" term.me With t.. your knowledgethat support for another I- I -

\\ ( have sained of the condition, existing Kim. rorvrv' "'OMNIsSIOVpR"' : !
'
AU religious \ ljllfugillli ll8 and the remedie necessary. to To the People of the Second County
60 P6IxR creed u be applied to bring back normal oonlltluiiu t'aiiimlnetoiiertt' DlNtrlutt[ { '
I eDr1 they are ( I am better able to serve you T hereby announce I am a candi.
love, loyalty and devotion ox the people, must than I otherwise would be. I have date. for County l Commissioner. and k r. ,'
lye of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into nerved you faithfully trying to le*. wish to thank you In advance for 1' + V
teichmis en the tax burden and to facilitatea your vote and support '
TFIg' "0"1 it *"*said in John7''< return of proeperlty.. Having served uliout. two years on j n 1
{ Should you again honor m* with the City your support, and reelect me a* theRepreHentatlve. Inv the depression I Invite you to ,
of Bradford and Union counties are N/ 1 ;shall continue toserve Investigate.. my record. I believe you '
tin of church activities ; ; you faithfully, and to the be.tof will find, I have had a part In elimination ,
s for new :. my ability. of useless jobs and consolidation !rt R
e freely given and BO charge made-the C. C. BtTTLEn. of other, therebyeffecting a, ,y
a'ihltsuoh Items) reach this office before (Paid Pol.. Adv. by C. C. Butler.) 1II0"d saving to the taxpayer If I am ;
cannot be handled for current Issue. elected ae Commissioner I shall r qn
they work to the Mine end In Bradford ',x}
FOR STATE ATTOUMKYTwentyHi County, t
''*th Judicial (Irrnlt Very respectfully.W 1
CHURCH DIRECTORY thought Jesus \ '.< I hereby announce myself. ae M. (MITCH \ ARDS. i 7
.\ or "No." If He ;" candidate for re-nomlnatlon a* stale (Paid Pol. Adv. by W. M. Edwards) "i y'
Attorney for the Twentv-Hlxllt Judicial -
Baptist Church would infuriate It I- m Circuit, composed: of the cotin- 'K +
First lies of Baker, Bradford and union FOR COUNTY {'OllIllIIlS.OllERUIS'.HICT : T l 111
Rev. C. B. Price. Pastor. by recognizing subject I to the Primary: Klectlcm: cif Ne. O. J y a
I School 10:00: a.m.} A. J. hated Roman June 6th 11)34) end will appreciateyour I hereby announce. myself .. can 41 i
Sunday support .and .assistance. and ensure dldate for County t'omm'ssloner for a y!
LB&S superintendent. He would be you that, If I am renomlnnted' District No. e. comprlelna Hrooker ?
lubrnlng Worship 11:00: a.m. and perhaps to give the name thorough, efficientand and New Oliver, subject to the will
] ; economical attention to wild of. of the voter on June (th. q ll
IELT. P. U., 6:40: p.m. against the tic. that 1 have In the past. If elected. I promise tc render. you y +;u r +
8:00: o'alock. Christ did not A. 8. I'KKWK. a fair and Impartial administration D h
Worship,
I Evening (Paid Political Adv. by A. M. Crew.) and having, served on this board before Ill I
Midweek prayer service, Wednes- gave an answer I feel fully qualified. to serve
evident "Render you Your vote will 1 be appreciated. '
,1,8:00: p.m.Church. 44 Foil SCHOOL no\ni R. T. OHTHHN.. r N
Caesar the things I take this method of announcing: (Paid Pol. Adv by It. T, Oeteen). i j+rn
my candidacy I for member of SchoolHuard
a ,t
sar's and unto ,
;
Of Christ
: from School District No. 3, 1
First Christian) are God's." comprisingitrooker, Graham, Hamp FOR COI'NTV COMMIIialOMKIlIIIITIIK'T : p !s

?. (Earl Voiles, Pastor. sary conflict 2 : to ton thndWIl\N.f\ the River nemocratlovoters subject I take this method of 4..announcing rt.

for Sunday and religious In the coming primary i my candidacy for County Commissioner -
Services from District 4
.
In June 11134. If nominatedand comprising
,
I Bible School 10:00: a.m. people. There elected I promise to work for Hampton. Th.r....".... and Uraham.subject } I ;
I and Communion 11:00: tions they owed t ,the brut interest of nil the schools to 'the will of the voter' Iti ,4# j,
Worship the Democratic Primary of June 5. ,
of Bradford County and I earnestly t r
I had brought law solicit your vote and auppoit. IF elected I promise to do my best t
to fair and Impartial' due-Is. r'' r
Worship T:30.: other temporal Itospnctfully I lti"t. 111
[Evening STAFFuRD: I., l'REWS' lops nerve the best Interest a 51
|Welcome. right that Paid Pol. Adv. by Stafford' U Crew .. of Elra.ffo"1 County at all time. ;jYour
f
these benefits vote and support. will be "
FOR sriiooi. no tills appreciated y: ,; ,
Methoojst Church Christ's answer I hereby announce my candidacy If. V. BAXON.
I Rev. B. ),1. Montgomery Pastor. proval of civil ''k ri for School Board member: from, Dintrlct (Paid Pol. Adv by It. V, Saxon). y
No. 2. comprising South Stnrke
I Sunday School, 10 a.m. I support. He .and TI I oresn.a. Hubjnct to (Ihw will of I FOIl CO I'N'ryt"HIIII:; *IOM.-.U 'cllls
I Horning worship at 11:00: a.m.I I say what kind t the Democratic\ voter. In the June '1'Itl('T ><>. 4.
'
primary.. If elected I will strive In To the Democratic. Kloctor nf the ; i'
Young People's Meeting-6:30M. : I should prevail, / .the future a* In the .past. to dealfulrly County Commissioner' ,* lstrlot No. 4, 1r r
government of with matter' I pertalnlnir to thesrhoolc of Bradford County, Florida!
| of Bradford I hereby announce my candidacy F{
I Evening Worship-7:30: P. :M. sary and is / ''I experience. an a County board My member. pant for member, of the Hoard at County '
are other // should be of value to the t (omniliHlimere of llindford County i
M .rt"i Florida, from CommlsMloner.
District r
and on this record lie an t
Presbj terlan Church son owes to the earnestly solicit your Vote and cup- Number. Pour, and respectfully'
I Minister. the of port. solicit the enppoit, of all true Do ni
Rev. George H. Lowry, I payment --MOTkiER- R..p."Uy.. prorate nf suM, District at the Prlnmrls. ,
I Services next Sunday as follows: portant one Is W. t'. MANNING. Hltoiild I be elected 1 pledge

I WOO A. M.-Sunday'' School, T. : When people (Paid Pol. Adv. by W, C. Manilins; ) best loyal interest mid faithful. of said support county. ,to the ;'.

1 Williams superlntendant.Ill above law and -- FOIl COVMTV: COMM IftllONKH A. U :Sri.MVAN.'
i they will obey I take this method of niinuiniolnNtmy Paid 1'111. Adv by A. L. Sullivan). P' +'
M. Worship
.00 A. -Morning ; :
THE REAL, SUWANNEE RIVER State of Florltlu, unit twill work candidacy for re-election fur the '
noon by the pastor. not obey the hard toward that end. Your auppurt office of County Commissioner for NOTirM OK KIVAl.' IU1CII", AH( MNotice ci
SUNDAY DINNERSUGGESTIONS. will be IM. hereby given ti> all whom
Is ernment are appreciated.Ke Ulntrlct No. 1. a
P. M. Evening Worship; The New York World Telegram ..p..pt fullv I solicit your vote and It may pimpern hut I we have filedour {
I? P. SI. Christian Endeavor. apostles enjoined recently had an editorial entitled LEON A. RAT. .and promise, If elected, to discharge support report or itecounl and toads *pplli'ntlon i
Paid Pol Adv. by Leon. A. Ora '. fur discharge to the Honnrabln -
even though the ) the duties of this office to the, bust
and sermon.
r; "The Real Suwannee River" which of my ability. H.: K. Perrymitn, 'i'nueitjr
|A cordial invitation to all our power was pagan was broadcast by radio and FOIl .UP..1.: V'rt9'IYId. J. M. nOHIKR!!: Judge .of H.R"ful'd County, Florida. t
rices extended to all. our duty both to By ANN FAGS I wish to announce that I am acandidate (Paid Pol. Adv. by J. M. Hosier.) mid after Mny HlJIh Id.14, will proceed pt ,
brought an unprecedented demandfor to make dlHirlluitlnn, of ho
to help make the .i.uJ season Is advancing to rapidly for Htnte Reprenentnllvefrom = .
of A IVRr" iltressnil.N.
copies of the paper. It is as 1 Bradford I'uiinty' iiibject to KOIl M<17o i."O'It n estate J.V'
ter locally and 1 that every locality la beginning/ to the Democrat Primary on June 6. I wish. to announce my candidacy. h, WAINWRIOHT,
lUNDAY SCHOOL to another follows: have Its own early spring produce. I was born and rained. In Hrndford for memlier of Hchoul Himnl from J. 1\(. ALVAH10Y&xiiuuttirM :/, '
swer "Some of the County and educated In the Public ,'hool DlHtrlct. No. 1 comprlHlnirrth of the Instate' oC I
bright young men Beginning/ / with the flrst dandehoagreens ? ...
J. W. Alva.
Jesus set School and Tax of this Htarke and l 5.4Ut5-|
yer rhubarb asparagus, spinach am n. 1'uyrr l.awt..y. subject to _
United States
LESSONFOR Geological Survey County If elected your Reprrsennative the will of the voters. In the ImniocniUi' -
mental had gone Into North Florida to radishes and young onions followeach I will support the schools of .primary of June B. If nominated I\O'I'U'.1 01" IMM.If TIOM POIt 1. ''
love to other In rapid succession until Florida and elected 1 will TtV Ieleti: ) h +
supreme and Mrixlford County to the continue, 11*
love for make certain Investigations. They summer Is In full swing/ limit of my ability ,and, endonvnr to In the past, to .do what I think I is NOTICE la HKIU'UiY: 'ltVKN That
our .
MAY IS, 103t had found that a stream known locally Fruits are> plentiful. Though the Dee that all ichool' are given a bust for. all the schools In thecoumty* It. I', Junes, huller of Tux. Certiri.
cute No. of >.
for God Is deal.T .. Iteepocifully.J sal, 7th day July, A. I r
1 the Suwannee season Is doling/ on grapefruit, cantaloupe square
as (or Swaneeor O.I PHHVATT llinn had flied said certificate In my
[Subject: Christianity and Pa- with a spirit of are arriving to replace them. am affalnvt' the no-fence law and *. office al.I made application I fur tag ;
Sewannee) River is only an or- will do my beet to nee that. this law I. (PAl ) Pol. Adv by J. I Prevail.' ) :deed tu 'issue: thereon, In accordance.
our fellow men. May Is the month for pineapples andstrawberries '
SOIL GUSTY
rcotism.I creek sort not made xtate-wlde. 1 will also'' lend C'OMMISSIONIlllUletrlet .
dinary affording some with law. Said certificate embrace.the .
delicious
and they botb make S
bent effort Inward the hard eur- _
I Golden Text: "Thou shalt lovee The heart of lazy outlet to the waters of the preserve my facing of the Htarke.Rulford road I hereby announoe myself candle- following In llrudford described, County property, Florida.*ltuitted ,
divine grace; The salad of spring Is bothappeti.inc The future of Bradford County I I. date for election a* County Commissioner .
| Lord thy God with all thy Okefenokee Swamp. greens from Dletrct No. 8, MouthHtarke '. -wit! The Southwest Quarter of
do one's and healthful and t h.greater my future and the people can reelaHHured ulheat of Southwest
soul and to duty "That was all right and part of Bradford' If Quarter
County
art and with all thy the of salad that' I will have. Uradfnrd reelected Quarter. Heotlon Twenty-f, Town Ib
variety materialsthe
bor. their but when these County at heart at all tlmevpand If'' < I will continue to give thedistrict ',
th> all thy mind. This is the first business better It Is. and county the best service nip Five South. Ilititffe Twenty-two
.it .
,;
d great commandment. And the -..- -... : .4 young men--or somebody for them The Quaker Maid-eiggaets the following work elected for your better Representative schools! lower 1 will...- ..f. which i am "....al.YOII.. vote 1 1'II..l: containing Ion -"r..lTlor. or. 1

id Is like unto It, Thou shalt y'I -went so far as to report the Immortal menus. en, and an ecoiiomlnal operation of and support. MALLORY will he appreciated.TI1OMAH.Paid The I ..Meninent. of said property (" n
our State and County' Uov.rnn..nt.Ofl. :
Issued
certificate
under said
the was
\\'e thy neighbor as thyself. river of Stephen Foater'ssongs Low Cost Dinner "c\.I";:\ solicit: the cupp ort ( Pol. Adv by Mallory Thomas) In the name. of Mary" Wynn.
itt 22:37-30.: little better than a mere every and child of Villain said certificate. shall\ be red -
BOB committed colossal Braised Stuffed Round Steak Bradford County sod your vote and FOil '' "" .' .' nit *..m..>1 according In law tan deetl
Lesson Text: Matt. 22:15-22: ditch they a Potatoes/Ca1'l'Ot. Onions support... on June 5 will be highly ap- CIMKTIIirr>> : No. II. will lH.ue thereiiii on the II II 111 day.
-40. error. It is a blunder to which Bread and Butler pi eclated. After cartiful consideration. I of May, A. t>. 10.14. ')
Time-Tuesday of Christ's last very practical men and very literal Scalloped Apples CHATM..1SY H. JOHNS. hereby announce, for County I'otn- Hilled thin laid day of April, A. JH s 'i ijj ,
Paid mlHsliinrr for I i
Pol. Adv. by Charley 12. John) District No. t. Fsellike 1,31.
eek, proably April 4, A.D. 30. minds are particularly susceptible. Tea or Coffee Milk with the short experience I A. .T THOMAS.rierlc I

Place-Jerusalem, in the temple.The They have confused the realm of Medium Cost Dinner FOil HF.PHKKMNT4TIVH have had would be able to serve of Circuit Court, jj xv*
< the Voter' of Bradford you better I hi the future than In County Florida..
lesson follows: "Then went "J ; geography with that of Imagination ITiiod Chicken Potatoes In Cream TOT :* I In to advise I you that uln small the past. If I It meet the approval 1 of '.UIGtI5.111..dfo..d
the fallacy .. .n ___ _.__ ____
e Pharisees, and took counsel and have fallen into dtrlngleu Beans

w they might entangle Him in of trying to measure/! with Bread and Butter

Is talk. And they sent out unto gauges and surveyors' chains some Baked Caramel Custard THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH OFFERS YOUiiik

1m their disciples with the Hero- thing which is beyond logarithmsand Coffee Milk

am saying. Master, we knowat John Wesley laughs at ffll the laws of trigo Very Special Dinner i

thou art true neither carest hundred men who nometry. Stuffed Cillery /&&? & *
iou for sin and who River does
any man: for thou regard- "The Real Suwannee Broiled Sirloin Steak

t not the person of men. Tell us, know nothing not rise in any part of Georgia. It Mashed Potatoes

lerefore. What thinkest. thou? Is sus Christ and rises In the highest mountains of armed Tomatoes

lawful to give tribute unto Cae- I will set the the human soul and Is fed by the Green Salad Bolls and Olive ButterS Dressing' -'

r, or not But Jesus perceived Wesley learned deepest springs of the human Strawberry Sherbetw -

air wickedness and said. Why leaders learn heart. It does not empty Into a Coffie KI1Ji .

rapt ye me ye hypocrites T Show always one of material sea but into the glorious

e tha tribute money: And they over the program. ocean of our often unfulfilled Political Announcements

'ought unto Him a penny. Ande writer finds a dreams."It -

aith unto them. Whose Is this Is talented but leaves the shores of child- roll ('ovGRRsa

"age and superscription? They or he may have hood, Its current ripples with the candidate I hereby for announce the office that of I member am a I _

)Ui unto Him. Caesar's. Then He may be Jealous low sweet melody of distance. nf the lloune of Repreeentatlvee ,

lib He unto them render therere ez;.. That Is There la such mystical power In its from the Second Consreffelonal.. Dle- &. l
trlct of Florida *ubj ct to the Democratic _llll
> unto Caesar the things whiche We don't need waters that whoever finds himself primary election In June. Show actual -
profit next
Caesar's; and unto God the need a better wearied and worn by the struggle RRlk't;'t d'i.f: : Counties public service: and the In an on

'lags that are God'a. When they e has only to quaff and gain Third Judicial Circuit of Florida year** reading! e. Your home newspaper '
d heard these words, they mar- It is all right consisting of seven counties, the

filed: and left Him, and went my cross have nepenthe."It is far, far away but the to largest Invexllwate In the etate.not only 1 You my are record invited ofervlre and the pick of this choice list of magazines I r

air way. But when ,the Pharl- and follow thee," heart Is ever turning to it, because but my manner. of living" '
I the same All for the amazing low below.
had hereby promise you price given
heard .
that He had put the sing with the there's where the old folks stay; faithful service rendered my people /

|Ucees to silence, they were the cross of :)a its banks may be only a hut and will continue to live If withinmy Jf fI
] reflect honor and
to
lUiered. together. Then one of Ing o'er the among the bushes, but the bees are dignity power to eo thin ae high office. Shouldthe f

lem, which was a lawyer, asked people talk about still humming around it by day and voter of this dlMtrlrt see fit to 4i
'" this honor, they I
> a bestow upon me
' question tempting Him and they are sorry the banjo Is still strumming therein may rut ."."..d that I will consider i.
yang, Master which la the great Jesus. We do the starlight. And so they will It a .a..red trust and that my every I t

""nmandment Id in the law? Jesus but we ought to ontlnue:: to do while memories of of effort the will people be I for repreeent.Tour the beet. interests zJA

unto Him. Thou shalt love thethy worthy to.bear home and simple hopes and affec- Support and vote I I. solicitedand ,
>rd God with all heart I Lord. '' will be appreciatedJAH. kcf o/fleoe7umoi &
thy ruet
w with tions are the most prized possessions Jt. (JIM) KELI.T. c t
RH thy soul and with all e e .
of mankind."It Paid Pol. Adv. by Ja* It. Kelly.

Y W mind This is the first and "Take my Is a quaint Jargon such t'9 WALLA/'le eTUROtIernie GROUP-I SELECT ONEMAGAZINE YOU GET GROUP-2 SELECT THREEMAGAZINES I

commandment. And the sec- learn of me for probably never ,actually was spoken 'O'UUUCIIII
d 'II like unto It. Thou shalt love lowly of spirit that Foster first I 7.d'i.ttlIlor..n that t ama I MAGAZINE FROMGROUP I'
Y neighbor by anybody ,, Congress, (Second O ."- Home. O G.rm,1. TV.D 1 )
0 as thyself On these rest unto your sang about It. Nevertheless, his District of Florida subject to the I O rVojr.itr!..t Farm.r..2' y,._.. I IOTk
C0mma dment9 hang all the Jesus said. You of Democratic primary In June, 1984.Whatever Delineator 1 Yr.
plaintive ditty has become one -- .. ..>. ,. I i
v and the prophets." not to find rest appear to make more'c.rtaln 3 MAGAZINES FROM Connrry Hem _....2 Y,.. '
are 'the great songs of all times. The '' the s9uallty of men In their
Chrlst.s and D Hollywood Movie M.gl Yr. | D South..*** AflrI MUurUf.l Yr.
cleansing of the templee but we are to : surveyors who are first to find the struggle for -peace, prosperity GROUP 2tf
e the chief priests and scribes souls taking ; happiness" has had and will continue a McCall'. / 1 Yr. 0 Firmer .1 Yr.l }
by true Suwannee River must hunt to receive my active *.uppo..t.no M.g.iifl >i/ Cappds ,". ...
. were ready for mur- upon us. In other Florida streams but matter by what name or under 1Yr.I
the OGeatlewomsa 1
not MaMi". .
r. out con d not among what banner It I I. advanced. D Movto Classic .....,.._1 Yr. ///'ISfSJC/'
kill work with
Jesus In the but we streams of Infinite -
the majestic New Deal opportunity -
I In the an I
hence among see DCooJ Stories. 1 Yr.ietorlal .
of a multitude hence not tedious and tenderness and love"-Tltusvllle to promote my conviction that DP.thfind.r. (Weekly) .J I Yr. ALL FIVE ONLY
ey deVised the scheme> of.entrap. heavy when all of the American *tandard of comfortat O Hon Circle "e" .....,..1 y,.
ng Him Star-Advocate. llvln -C'AN AND MLTHT!! be railed a P. R.vierf.1 1 Yr.
in Hu talk. It was on of our purposes to m point where the essentials of | 0 Household rVUatzliM1. Yr. ph i

ath way.. three days before Christ's with the plans Noah- Old Blue Back mint life-,food education, shelter and. lint medical and mean treat a Open Road (Boyi)--2Yr*. OID.trated lrVUch.nk _I y,.| r

bUe and His last great day of Jesus Christ has Speller" has had a larger sale and for recreation after I.bo.- available D Screen look -,_1 Yr. I DMorbcr' Hem. Uf .-1 Yr.D k'
teaching, that a final ener- has been In use longer than any to every cltUen under the
tic effort !mar! and Stripe D Screen May ._ ._..1 Yr. etfKrafr 1 Yr. ) ;
was made to arouse MAIL, !: !: other American textbook more Upon these principle I earnestlyack

"agonism against Him by en- APRIL than ISO years. for your vote and influence: | DTnie CourWoM _1 Yr. OSeftewfd Lnnllp' _I Yr. f

gllng Him with difficult WALLACIG HTURQI8.f'andld | | D W..MS/. Weed. _I Yr.|
for
8 queairnf Congress D IU< olii' __I Yr.
The replies given were Im- Train No. Dr.,, Leo Pariseau of Montreal, Paid Pol. Adv. by Wallace Btura-l. ,1
' fleas
and the use of electricity .. A.. CAM t Mtd OO l;
The IllumlnaUng: 11 Parcel Poet : Canada, say FOR LBaIsldTtnr: CINe" I M.g 00

shrewdest question was con- 107 Letters as a healing agent dates back I wish hereby to make official announcement

ie I'IIIng the Payment of Delivery. : three centuries before Christ race for State of my Representative entrance Into from the IF YOU PaUla YOU MAY CHOOSE ALL 4 MAGAZINES FROM OftOUP t

Pharisees objected to spaying 1 Letters sit Bradford County subject to the will

xei d to Rome on both Patriotic South ___- : By the KfOTICB power! Or..BLECTI01.:t.o: In them!' by county.of the Democratic voter of this Omr Cmqrntve To Wont:: .uses flip list eI M.-m- sitter *eA.eMe 4 '.6 .-:

rellg-Ious grounds The Hero- 12 Parcel Post the law of the State of Florid the I wa, born and! railed In Florida f/MM *f<**a>**fBl Xlt <.*l,..l "*Wv/lIf>.
On the other Board of Publlo Instruction of Brad and have spent thlrty-eta-ht year in TO. wonderful offer .to available. to oMMe .
Rome hand were loyal North _-.. : ford' County hereby call an Uctlon the mate, and two year In the ) mfocriMrc to tfcto de.ge.nwt II""'"- t Phase seed. -..
gbt and to the Herod dynasty 108 Letters t" b* held In New River Special Tax World War. 1 have never resided l or MV MWIMSJT.We /ssr................was.5laakle s ysfe ........... ..yw. .egagrt ,!
the tribute should District. April re, lla at th. achool worked In any other state I have aewTMtee) Ito Mfilhitem of all e
0 be paid. North : rlorld.{ In the
though >* In New Rlv.r, worked for twenty year .
they bated each other 2 Letters *. purpose of a4! schools. of Florid, and I believe I .. .flttoAS ace1 W feeWflMC tutee ,- sw '

two parties plotted : ::' robJ.t following arc-'n': : know the need of the ehool. the 1...,... JJt Nell IMS .. ..__ ___ ___ ....+ r0 t tdhrw
North
'
together "
W.Asdnws.CKANNTNO.Cis clllaen of Floridaa ... .;
and the .
: O. children ennI'
Dsnare
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.... w .. .
Jesus
Then followed Stark = & wait a.aay-oo In <_ *tat..-' fI"
t U ton.15( It lrs&e. I am In this tees for benefit I can .. 1. esteadd hr fuN tsA q sl+"eta r,
IawluLto-gkk JJ"'t d.... .
to A. .. be to the ..IU.....i and future i citlitaat9INallref"CbuYtlft
Cam or DOn".,.They Mall arrive OL ORIFFIae +aew ;aI."'t..w..... our i ;
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e 2w i: trenrrr's BRADFORD OOUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA ._ FRIDAY., I\L\y. U, lOSt{
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the stratosphere and delve Into f I

Bradford County Telegraph the depths of. the deepest sea, ODP---BUTTRUE
Maybe. fou'veHeard and it doesn't cost a cent. Very l l

+ Established 1877 often we'-eat ham sandwiches late ;

y .. .. ,. -- -. -. .... _. .- It ButON at night hi the tope; of being takenon t .
one of these thrilling trips, ButIt
;a Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class doesn't very often work. You

!Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida either dream or you don't dream 1HIM It M !'

$)h _. "_.0 .---_..__ __ ___--- ._- DREAMING they don't seem to respond very ,' TtDERRt LAMP

: l' E.;,I.,. Matthews_.. _._._______ _.._________Editor and Owner well to artificial stimulation how-If: :' ACAINSY J''
Funny how you dream those it's Just the same to Nature, r'a
.. .. Atw
N '- things, like the otner night we ever, she can omit the stories about ,DVNUPIMONAX.

SUBSCRIPTION RATE dreamed that Rudy Vallee and his big black bears and Bronx: Cheers ,
Connecticut Yankees were giving: and stick'to.the one about wherewe utt0 r"'I' U'14ORMATION YOU
In Advance to
Six Months 75c Payable
Yearly 51.50 a
; concert on the stage of the high find'''a thousand( dollars stuck P\C\ 0? ONme

y Advertising Rates on Application school auditorium here. Rudy gave under a cabbage leaf In the gardena tl.

--- his bent, but it seems that It was --- petiole-w %ttOR'illdP0 t 'b6ROADCA4f A

not good enough for at least one _act
Sunday is Mother's Day. member' of the audience. At any i i

o rate, along about the end of'his /Late

pf If a hitchhiker thumbs at you, look twice to be sure it program someone gave vent to a -rioo t
nice, overripe Bronx Cheer, Rudy'smanager
l ? isn't Dillinger a little hot-tempered fell T6o 1
t o low with glasses on, rushed out on ufc.SihSecfttar !: k I A jU9M
the and
stage halted the
perform
A candidate or a voter who hasn't qualified by now is By w .c.,.
"
.. .
ance "Don't gol Don't he .
go. )', florid Pm. At* JIIOT ;
a just out of luck. fairly screamed at the audience. Oo e

i He then darkened the lights In the
f t -- 0 I have been readln' in the Ft, blatluttt
: Katharine Hepburn won't talk about her divorce. Well, 'picture auditorium, hauled out a motion Myers News Press about a fellow eowk To MAR rD
projection machine and
: s p1
down at Clawfston. who has it p1Cxt"o0.0
; gone
; that suits us just fine. flashed on one of the walls an absorbing (op s t'ffi
Communist, or BotahevlkJ or some- \
-I' : film Bhowln how a little
oirlm; thin' and ia/ ,actually makin' a lot ''' MftllRtCORO\
boy started out
life
r; The man who sits around and waits for a break is more by simply giving on Bronx a Cheers to of money on u a twenty acre farm. .
The 'amarla' thing is that he WIZN'<\
I- than likely to stay broke. passersby and finally ended up on ''f 's 1.
the gallows. Very,pathetic The seems to be doin' It all by himself 4"a l 60 UTTERSIK \\
o. audience He hasn't asked,,his Congressmanfor P CAY
wept After
n'' Thank Heaven there won't be room for road hogs' on the the movie, .we',rushed copiously backstageand free seed!!', won't mess up with -INta
the NRA or AAA doesn't seem to \191
straight and path.
4 narrow caught Rudy on his way to the
be interested in Federal Aid, and
.o dressing room "Don't you remem
k, started its baseball off the right foot ber me?" we asked hopefully haen't written Mr. Wallace about
Starke season on met you at; the SAm! house in New Farm Relief.

by winning,the first game. York" Rudy gave us the once As nearly as I am able to find

o over. "Do you live here?'- he Inquired out, this queer egg seems to have
_
a and we- answered, ,/'Yes." the unusual Idea that while it's his
Better change that typewriter ribbon now before the \\1 possvavtTO NOW
"Then I don't,, remember you" he duty to support the government
weather turns any warmer. said scornfully. Our nose for news ,he's got no business askln' the government MECHAN1CALlY\ -

i o then led us to seek] an interview I to support him. TW AND MLueuAE TV* _,, .
with the crooner's manager, "Do Imagine a guy with such crazy FRttiNN9 Of AH" -
i Charles Steinmetz says that co-operation is not a sentiment -
you think It was a local person who ideas In this day and age First
fr it Is an economic necessity. gave the Bronx Cheer.we asked thing,you know some Investigator
o him. '"Oh, no I don't blame you will have him on the list as Public MISSION BIB E STUDY CAMP MEETING I The Island of Sardina belongs III

people," he replied "It's some go- Enemy Number So and So. There FEATURING CARTOONS A. North Florida Camp Meeting Italy, .
Can imagine old-fashioned girl in crinoline hoop- ... I
you an .illaa who have been following us ought to be a-law against a fellow or particular;;Interest- and instruction will begin Sunday, May 13, and I 'KNOTICETo ,
skirts singing, "Oh, You Nasty Man"? all the way from Boston. They do cuttin up and carrying' on like at Tuesday! night's studyat continue to May 27, at Five Mile .

YIN o I It everywhere we go. It's terrible." that.. ,'<. the Mission Atudy Hall was the Camp, located five miles south of Bidders 0" School Bus Routes
is Consolingly replied "But at Why even the'' stuff he's growlnIt Lake] Butler,' one-half mile left of Bradford County, Florida: ,
A good thing to remember is that it pretty hard to aska least illustrations of Cain end Abel'ssacrIfice
Bronx: Cheers don't splash as against ,the rules, Rhubarb, and the Israelites' offerIng Gainesville highway. Services will The Board of Public Instruct
favor of someone you have wronged. much as grapefruit "Ye, but Imagine, why"everybody knows you also the establishing! of the be held dally at 2.30; and 8:00: p.m. will receive bids on bus routes i

o you can eat grapefm't! the little can't grow rhubarb successfully In proof of God's wy of fellowshipwith Special instrumental and vocal mu- their office in the Court Housi:

Lisbon Falls Enterprise says a light diet is'when somepeople follow with glasses' sold, his business Florida''anyhow not commercially. man I sic will be given. Come And camp, Starke,. Florida, until 3pm. Saturday .
manager's instinct coming to i Agricultural experts decided that a bringing camping equipment, ;June 2nd, 1934.
r' forced to eat their( words the I It Is refreshing to !see! some of
are own :: fore. Wonder how Freud I long time ego. But thli fellow the people> with Bible In Knight and Hamilton, evangelists, Information may be, had i 11
o would explain a dream like that? down in Clewliton went right hand young attending the study. The will conduct the services above office.Contracts. '

Newspapers often refer to "leading1" citizens, but theydon't We haven't, haven't eaten heard a grapefruit a Bronx recently ahead and did'it anyhow. aim "to have a Bible In every hand will be let June 4th

s say in which direction they are leading. I beer: ; nor have wo thought of ,,'He not omv Has twenty acres of at every meeting" was, almost ASSOCIATIONS TO MEET A J. ,GRIFFIS, 3ecretaay.CENT .
rhubarb under cultivation, but be's realized at this week's An association
0 I Rudy since. ,he got off the front meeting. meeting of Baptist -
I and confined sellln' it That's another outrage.I Considerable curiosity surroundsthe ministers will be held here on
pages Ma various talents -
Business men look forward as r':ich to their"Thursday to playing over the radio. ous thing. A farmer growln' a I topic announced' for next Tuesday, 'lay 15, according to an A wonCOLUMN

half-holidays as school kids do to their summer vacation. There must be something to thesubconscious crop ia bad enough but when he Tuesday evening: "Nothing and announcement this week by the
j l theory, however For goes so far as to actually sell It, Nowhere." Job 26:7. Rev C. B. Price. It is expectedthat
o
Instance the matter certainly ought to be Music Etudy< begins'' this week approximately fifteen preachers -
we're in the habit of set-
Staticians tell that the farmer is out of the red. We looked into.
us
ling an alarm clock for 7:30 with those desiring to form an or- will be In attendance. Associations
: so &/Ito
p hope the farmer hurries up and finds out about this. be downtown at 8:00: (more or About the"time all the rest of chestra for gospel music work.A to be represented at the TYPEWRITER RIBBONS, cant
less! ). The other the farmers Were busy plowin' up poster service has been pur- meeting will be New River, Har- paper and, second sheets on sal
morning
were
-p we
third row<< this chap decidedto at the Telegraph office Phone:
every
at the lake without chased and is being shown each mony and &'nta Fe.
clock
a but
Some exchanges are worrying over whether it Is politics promptly at 7:30: we dreamed It let 'cm pJIt ,,around with their week on the Mlnslon: building. frMARRIAGE It

ts or politics are. Well, anyway, after the second primary Itt was 8.00; o'clock, woke up and cabbages and: tomatoes while he These cartoons tell their own story. LICENSESA WANTED TO RENT-A good
found sometnm' that the market
will be politics was. started dressing. What could be I wasn't flooded'' with, so he went They will be changed each week ; J. Johnson and Laura Colson, milk cow for June, July and An.
and to .
passed on other
; o ilmpler? And Infinitely more 1 haywire and planted a mess of rhu- will be Interested In statiODS.You both of Starke, May 7. gust. See B. Shipman at Kingsley;
pleasant than waking up to the seeing Lake. lip
_k There are said to be 36,350 candidates for political office nerve-jarring Jangle of an alarm barb. :them. Ubert GrIffis and Ruby Varnes,
Some folks felt both of Ralford
in Indiana. Imagine what would happen if they, all decided clock The Inferiority complexthat downright sorry I ray ; May 4. LOST ,- One clustered diamon
n for him and others wanted to send I Brewmastera beer Is at its Colman Williams, Ft. Meade, man's ring. Liberal reward U

flea s to'speak at one time. possesses[ psychologists, although say most each of of ua uswon't him to Chattahoochee. The rhubarb 1 best at a temperature of forty-five and Idea Clemons of Starke, returned to W... E..Bryant, Carol
F when it degrees.
o admit was helpless got April 30. Cafe. 11
'1 It, even to ourselves, mixed up with that rich Clewlston ......._. -,. _
''Can -- =:= -r -
Senator Hale Ride Two Horses Going In Different might explain dreams like the one muck ,It Ju couldn't do a thing u -;

Directions?" asks a Maine newspaper It's been done before, where we were passing by a leading but grow, and boy, how it grow 'iPtefUs" -
drygoods store here in town
but It usually! leads to a tumble. and saw that members of the the The acre.harvest,was' 'twenty tons to

o younger set were having a rip- The learned
grower that the
The Gainesville Evening News remarks that streamline tinortin', dance, In&irte with punch price in New York for fresh rhubarb jy4 THE GREATEST
and
everythingWe the
) automobiles would be all right if there weren't so many door and stood looking opened In for several was anywhere from 17 to 60 Show
cents a pound durin' the winter
drivers with streamline foreheads. minutes without anyone pay- and '
: I Io months" bjr-hittin the market
Ing us much attention. "Well, it In December and January a fellow You l TIRE GOODIE!
does look like
would
Discouraging Item;: They are already making plans for : come In," we you finally got up ask cour-moo was pretty sure of at least 23: centsa ,
pound. He tot out a pencil and
the new automobile tags before most car owners have recov- age enough to remark wistfully, paper and did, some figurine and j
ered from purchasing the last and with those words we turned iiiiiiiik&r
one found that with twenty acres, and EVER
and walked forlornly\ down the tons to the ;
o twenty acre, the answer ,
street. The young hostess rushed BO"ILTc
whole
: was a heUuva lot of
The first cucumbers moved out of Gainesville yesterday. to the door, "Come backt You can money at 25 cents a pound.A i

Gainesville Daily Sun. And the first,stomach aches were come in," the ,called '!"CO TO lot of rhubarb In the groundat New c
I "
reported on the Eastern markets today. rCELL! wo shouted In no uncertain Clewlston end a 23 cent marketin '
; I tones,,and anyone will tell you I New York presented a problemIn _
o I that those aren't very nice words ;
geography but Mr. K. S. Kepplerwas .
The main trouble with that professor's advice to college I to: use in referring to,a young lady. tho kind of a guy who could .

'students to "mArry the boss' daughter" is that there is only 1 account But you for need those another theory dreams to I II make! euds meet. He had this rhubarb -

j about one boss' daughter to every hundred college graduates.; I I whore nothing seems haywire to: explain wouldn't! business let !go.by He the loaded tail anj:5,000 he 1< --_

o whys and wherefores Like the one pounds on a truck and sent his son

J You can bet your last dollar that the fellow who consoles where we were hiking along the North with It, He got busy and

1 himself with the thought that "There are just big fish In hIghway and gradually approachedwhat did local pe tllln'. ALL-WEATHZ
as
t we thought to be an old negro New York took that rhubarb y-

1 the ocean as have ever been caught," has never caught any ''woman,_ trudging along the with open arjna, and yelled for % :-

big fish.' road, Imagine our surprise whenwe more., ,The ,locjal; markets did the
got abreast of the thing to discover same Mrs Ktpp'ler was able to cLjJ 43 ,% MORE

o that it was not a harmlessold pay,off the"mortgage, get a new ,
A little boy playing "follow the leader" spent an'uncom- woman but a big black, grin car with knea-actlon wheels, buy Mileage!

fortable hour stuck in a drain pipe until firemen rescued him sly bear., There ensued a merry ,mama an electric refrigerator and Non-Skid
race In the direction of town, whichwe
i} Which proves that it's all right to follow the.leader if, the won, altbou&,1when w. woke ear have to enough ear smile left over from to his Insure banker an

,leader knows where he is going. up' the bear had Ua'claws firmly every time they. happen to meet on And here's theGOOD ,. Come see this brute-for-punlahment thin
fastened \\a our suspender straps.
the street.
0t great new "G-3", that has built,
Perhaps in our subconscious mind Goodyear
t Those who wonder It everybody goes into the rhubarb -
why there are so many typographical the bear was the subliminal form business it won't tested rnort
be.long, of proved'out under terrific abuse to
1441 errors in a newspaper might be interested to know that in the of our most insistent creditor or course, until they'll be plowin' that ,

dt short sentence "To be or not to be," by transposition alone It the big bad wolf ,or something up along with everything else, so NEWS than offset the ,harder wear put on tires bJ

'is possible to make 2,758.009 errors. equally he didn't distasteful.catch ua., ,There But anyway Is that, here's,bopln Ute folks down there today's fast-stepping, fast-stopping:: automo-

0 much to be thankful for. 'Then, of will,;There use are some many Judgement.other crops that 'This marvelous new' "piles It's a costlier: tlre'to'build but not to

s The curtest business letter of all 1 is quoted' In "Bindery course, there are the dreams aboutfalling offer Just as great an opportunity G-3 Alt Weather: L>uy-consider that important tact, too as you
and the dreams about death I with Its
*
c Talk" as follows: "Sir: My typist being a .lady,.cannot and the dreams about suddenly appearing for heads profit and If do growers%little experl will use ncntin'their over many any advantages other- look it ,overand we

take down what I think of you. I, being a gentleman, cannot In the postofflc when you and pioneering You'll always find tire on the think ''you'll sny:
market
write it. You being neither, can guess it all." are more properly dressed for the someone to-t.U' you this or that "I'ut _
s "''t1""" bathtub. But those are the coop can't be done'bat the fellow who costs *you nothing oil a set. SEE
o- mon or garden variety of dream: extra.*
goes ahead and doe It anyhow will
A little cooperation can work wonders When a Michi- hardly worth the.,telling before win. !'lorblahaeed.'a'' few more T ENE W

gan farmer.invited 280 unemployed men to work his farm breakfast, so routine are they. But guys like Mr Keppler of Clewlston.
ri '' psychology or no we have our own I BUICK'PONTIAC
on a. cooperative basis neighbors'scotted' at his'plan.. But _
private theory of the cause of If the V nu4'fly-trap of Carolina
it turned out mighty'well, for: the farmer divided:total sales dreaming. It'W, simply Nature's ha* been Induced to shut on something 'AND

,of $15,000 worth of farm, produce with_ the outsiders, retaining way of keeping ua from dying of It doe. not want tt opens '

$7,5oo for himself boredom while aaleep. Some sta I again quickly, and when cheated '
,
tl.tielsalhastfigured\ out that we two or, three times in rapid succession -

Q spend twenty years ot,our life 11I1 I the plan ceases to respond -- ..' J-
r A Philadelphia rm is so sure that the depression 1 is over bed so, Nature thinks it U her 1 for a time._ '., .?

;,j. that Us bookkeepers> had a pitching contest'and'hurled'their duty,to entertain us at least ft part !I- ..+' i SPECIALGOODYEA,
of the time while there., And what I Ir r Weight baa'Do .
Influence
)K\ "bottles of red< Ink as far as they could heave them; The news .'show she eaR put on when she velocity of falling bodies; aa oa Iron the Register Motor Co.

-"' 'ttfti tetno,vtYer"didtr't"sarwhether'or.not., th.bookJreeW&, really' tries. ,Not even the sky Isptor bU and wooden' baa of
: ; equal
.. .......,... I
v"' el"r; .. Y t.- :RELIANCEI'A
: other; firm rushed but to'pick the red Ink up. I eed.,tllk J.t..ot"i"
*, UM utmost, .
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