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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 25, 1934
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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;i FERA Office Registration Books Show HaH Vegetables Exhibited, Clerk Warns Candidates Rallies'' "

local 2,436 Voters QualifiedFor Day Closing In Telegraph(- Office All Teams Are Tied About Failure To File County



xpects Activity Primary- June 5 Begins Next Week; Show Soil Fertility I In. County League; Second Expense- Sheet Will! Be Held'

I Electors who qualified to vote In During the past week the Tele- A. J.: Thomas, clerk of the cir

the Democratic' prlmary, June 5, graph ,office has received two cult court. Is reminding candidates

5y Y First Of Month reached a total of 2.436 on last Thirty. Six Signed samples of what ,Bradford County Locals Lose Game that Monday, May 28 Is the last In FourTowns ,

Saturday the last day for paymentof soil can do In the' way of raising .. day for filing second statements

poll taxes. extraordinary crops for ,campaign! expeniea. Failure to -

owdhlUty Of Putting 600 Men The qualified vote by precincts Warm Weather Help StoreKeepers W. C. Prather Starke farmer, Stalke \\11I|| Play Given Cote file this statement automatically. Starke Lawtey' Hampton And }r'' M

To Work-To Use Escrow is as follows: Lawtey 344, North Make Up Their last Saturday brought in three turnips Spring Sunday After, disqualifies/. candidate Mr. nrooker' To Hmtr Political !' .

System Starke 822, South Starke 568, Minds To Clone, that weighed a total of eighteen noon Thomas says. Speakers )

Graham, 58, Hampton 224 Theres- pounds. There ensued such an 'This law appllns. to all candidates I

j There Is a possibility that the sa 72, New River 102 Brooker, Thursday half-holidays will be- argument'' among'the office force. By LESTER SCHNELL) except Democratic committeemen, Plans are now being completed +? V } ;

[radford County FERA will be 246. gin next week, May 31, with thirty- as to who was to get the turnips, Starke lost Its game to Fornan- It U stated., for a series of political meetings at ,S .,' a
Lrking its full register of 500 Tax Collector C. A. Knight's of- six business houses ctgning the we decided to keep them on exhibition dlna Sunday and Green Cove -....;.- which county candidates will be

Ln after June 1, according to an fice ,remained open until 12:00: closing agreement circulated early where they could. be marvelledat Springs defeated Daylight Groceries ', heard for the first time during the r
by J. A. o'clock at night taking care of the this week by A. L. Alvarez chief by pas erabv., of Jacksonville, resulting In all Sturgis Heard campaign by Bradford voters.

t jG wark.dlrector of the lofil last minute rush of poll tax. pay 9f.,police. The second product of Bradford 'four teams being tied for league The first meeting will be held at { r

I administration.. The numberf ments. The agreement states that the soil was brought\, in by W. W. slandl l'. Hampton on Monday May 28. 6 Mrs y

men worked however, will de- businesses who sign agree to closeat Thomas of Brooker, and is such a The Fernandina Cardinals In Speech Here Second In the series will be at f ,

Tend entirely on the budget allowed 12:00: o'clock noon on Thursdays curiosity that it is doubtful if Be- crashed through Sunday afternoon Brooker Tuesday, May 29; the 'a '

ills county by the regional admin- Business Club through September.It lleve-It-Or-Not Rlpley himself with a 3-2 win over the locals' in a "..... third meeting will be at Lawtey. 'i{ r

tratlon: has been the custom here fora would believe it unless he saw It. closely contested battle. Starke I Charge That Other Candidates May 31,, and the final meetingwill

I if it is made possible to put SOOIhlch number of years to close on Mr. Thomas' exhibition .a thirty jumped Into an early lead la the Aro Copying Plunks Of Ills be held at Starke, Friday
have been temporarily aban- To Back Team Thursday afternoon throughout the small ears of corn all growing on first Inning by converting two I Platform June 1.

med will be resumed It was stateD summer in order that both ownersof the same stem. 'These tiny ears singles, and a double by Managua -- All of the meetings ire 'scheduled '

back to work many projects stores and employees might that go to makeup the one big Into two markers Fernandlna's, Bringing his campaign to Starke for 8:00: o'clock at night and i

_u, These Include the county court To Solicit have an oportunlty for recreation ear, are as'thick as peas In a pod winning tally did not come untl for the second time during the will bo held In the school houses at ;
indexing county records Committee Appointed the weather.It and were all covered by one coat the ninth Inning.
loSse Funds For New Baseball during warm present campaign, Wallace Stur- the various towns named., J
llarke school Brooker shcool" Uniforms, is hard at first for housewives ing of shucks MrJ Thomas says Redgrave went the limit for the gis, Ocala attorney who is seekingthe Interest will center In the 7+

lawtey town hall Lawtey streetsnd to. remember about the; early closIng Bradford County's slogan has locals yielding eight hits'' to his seat In Congress from this district speeches of the three candidates

Lawtey drainage ditch. The Business Men's Club of and many are inconveniencedby long been "Where Soil Rewards opponents. He was faced by Bunch spoke to a fairly large crowd for the State Legislature,' C. C.

I When work Is resumed It will be Starke I la backing the local entryIn forgetting all about It for the Toil," but it seems that In these star Fernandina hurler who gave at the court house here. Tuesday Butler, L. A. Gray antI Charley E.

Inder the escrow system Mr. Bo- the North Florida County Base first week or 'so. This notice two instances the soil was paying up five single over the, route. But nightMr Johns, although It Is expected that ttr
This much-discussed should serve as a reminder that an extra dividend' on the other hand Bunch was given candidates for
art says. ball League and at Its Monday Sturgis spoke. at length' on county commission
.y tem is a device by means of meeting accepted the responsibilityof groceries may ,not be bought next errorless support, while the two the subject, of freight rates which er will be heard from In the dis-

Zilch work relief clients may be outfitting the boys with new Thursday afternoon, and all buyers Will &injII.1&itInto ; .rkel'errors' let two Fernandina give growers in other states preference tricts where there Is opposition. '

Ulgned to projects for a continu- uniforms and other equipment. should govern themselves ac runs slip across ''the plate. over Vlor'du' growers. As Although no arrangements have d,

Ju8 period rather than Intermit- The following committee was cordingly.The Hallie Jones, ace of the Starke one instance, he stated that Louisiana I yet been made it Is expected that

enUy. All earnings of a worker appointed ,to handle the financialend halt-holiuay contributes twirling staff, patrolled center growers could, get their pro some of the state candidates will
excess of certified budgetary of the bargain and to solicit much to the health and happinessof Home Town field and contributed three of the duce to the Eastern markets for take advantage of this series of t

.eels will be placed to his creditn financial support from business hundreds of people and the :" team's five hits The Fernandlna $83 less than Marlon County farmers meetings to address the voters of, ,
the books of the local administration houses and Individuals throughoutthe public here and elsewhere has always boys however: had the edge on although the Louisiana farmerIs Bradford County. i
and will be turned over toKim in the long distance clouting, with BOO miles farther from the mar-
county: J. B. Alexander H. C. managed its purchases CongreiMnuun- Green' To Speak I Sponsors of the meetings are
In amounts equivalent to his Wall, J.' M. Smith F. F. Stump, such a manner as not to suffer any Here Saturday-Waging. three extra base blows. Including ,' ket than the Florida farmer. urging a large attendance at each, x

lertlfied requirements. A. J. Thomas W. A., Bessent, Jr.? inconvenience. Active Campaign a double by Nagel'and triples by Lowering and equalizing freight I of the towns where one Is to be>
\ The escrow agreement which and N. Sternberg Jeffries 'and Hall. I rates so that Florida growers held. It Is believed that they will

Ust be signed by the worker Is It is estimated by Mr. Alexanderthat Congressman" R. Av. Green will :Batteries ware;, would be placed on parity with do much to stimulate Interest In

b follows: It will take $300 to outfit the Gainey ToBe TriedIn bring his actlve'campaign: for reelection ,Starke-Redgrave and Berney. other growers has been a plank In !an otherwise quiet campaign: ,

J "I hereby authorize: the Florida local.nine in the style to which it. as representative to Con- Fernandlna Bunch Derrelra his platform ever since he enteredthe will help to get out the vote on
Emergency Relief Administration is unaccustomed. gress from this district to his home and HaIL campaign Mr. Sturgis said. I June 5.New"

i credit to my account such por- It was decided by the club at Georgia Court"Harry" town Saturday afternon when he Starke will play Green Cove He charged that R. A. Green and .

one of my weekly earnings as this meeting that it would not disband will speak here at the court house Springs Sunday afternoon at Green James R. Kelly the' other candidates

_xceed my weekly budget as ap- for the 'summed as has been at 5:00 o'clock. It was also an- Cove. in this district heard him Information

roved by the Regional Administrator the custom since Us organization Believed To Be Alias nounced that he would speak at League Standing speak on this subject early In the

of the Florida,, Emergency several years ago..:.. ._. 4 Of Brownie Hell, Known Lawtey on the same day at 9:30: W. L. Pct race and thereafter adopted similar
lelief Administration. -v o'clock in the morning.. Starke' ...___??..?. 2 "'2 .900 planks. On Half-Year Tags'

1 "It Is understodd that] my week- Landis Gives OpinionOn Here Mr. Green began his aggressive Daylight ---_?.-,.;: 2 2 .500 In regard to President' Roose

budget requirements will beJd campaign late but has been making Femandlna ___..__ 2 2 .500 velt's program Mr. Sturgis stated
Homestead TaxesTALLAHASSEE Lonnie Parrish and Harry Gat- for lost during, the Green Cov.___._._ 2 2 .COO IS
me every week until the bal- :, of Jacksonville will trialIn up ,me that he would support nay go on !Letter From Wilder To Tax,
few weeks often foul'and .
past making
Is exhausted. .
|nce in my account gram that' would aid the people.He
Court at
Pierce County Superior Collector' Knight Made
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I five speeches in one day. would the President, ,
/( May 24.- Blackshear Ga.,, next.: Monday ,. support Public *
', History repeated Itself when he Legion Poppies he 'sald, lib long as his mind and I I ,
(FNS)=Asked for an opinion as charged with the robbery of $800 (
bsentee Voting to whether the homestead exemp- from Patterson Ga. bank.it opened his campaign. in Baker the Prellld$ t's mind were in accordon '
a Tax Collector C. A. Knlcht'this
for It was In this
County county subject. But when his mind
tion amendment would apply to all
is believed by local police that that he started his speaking tour week received ,the following Information ';
President
not with the on a
homes, or Just those valued at ToSellSaturdayI'bena was
Harry Gainey Is an alias of ten which him Into from George H. Wilder,,
years ago put and act ;
$5,000 or less, Attorney General matter b* would vote a*
Brownie Gainey who has a criminal acting Motor Vehicle Commissiont t
Began Monday office. He has already addressed directed
his mind and conscience:
Cary D. Landis held that all homes
record In this county and who audiences In Macclenny Olustee er, In respect to half-year autbmo-
will be exempt to the value of him for the best Interests of his
was released from the State Prison Milliard and Callahan and last Completed By Auxiliary bile tags:,

ily Two Ballots-Cat So Far $5,000 posed valuation.amendment"Under homes the to pro-,the Farm several months ago.. week he covered: the north central Committee-Citizens! UrgedTo people Mr. Sturgis was Introduced to "No half-year tags" can be- soM
Gainey and Parriah were section of this Buy until after June 30."You t I
district.,
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County Judg Perryman valuue of $5,000 or less title to his audience by T F, LanOrum,
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the brought back to South Georgia Mr. Green Is concluding many,pf local attorney may sell half-year tags for;
Report which Is vested In the head of week Arrangements for the annual
from New York State a ago
his speeches with the following remarks '
family would be exempt up to beau requiredto sale of Buddy Poppies to be held new cars actually purchased on or
weeks
three having
I The period of absentee voting $5,000; but would be subject to : after July 1 and not used prior to 4k
extradite the two men who had "The Roosevelt leaders feel the here Saturday for the benefit ofveterans' Florida Auto Tag ;
J Ir the first primary election by taxes for the amount of valuationIn that date. f
been arrested at Oneida N. Y., on ;relief'activities sponsored -
need of services In the House
lualtfied voters began Monday of excess of that figures" Landls a charge of illegal possession of of my during the next by Veterans of Fcyelgn Wars, Problem To Bandits "You may Hell half-year tags for wJ

(his week and ,will continue until ruled. firearms.: Parrish fled to New Representatives Times Im were completed early this week by cars that are brought Into the ,yl
two -
are rapidly
ray 31 for the convenience df per- For Illustration, If a home worth ,York after skipping a $2,000 ap- years.The conditions are still the poppy committee of the American TALLAHASSEE, May 24.FNSI stat on or after July 1 and not

Ions' who will be out of the countyr $10,000 Is assessed at $9,000 under pesrance bond following his critical proving.and It Is no time to change Legion Auxiliary ( ) Flight of John Dtlllnger, subject to registration 'prior to>
| state on June 0. this ruling It would escape all taxation with the rob- Indiana outlaw through the Mid- that time.
arrest, In connection experience for, Inexperience. If you The flowers will be sold by, vol-
I County Judge E. .K. Perryman except for "special benefits. bery of the Patterson (Ga) bank had an experienced farm' hand, unte workers under the directionof dle Northwest recently and accompanying ,"You may sell half-year tags for
ports that but two'absentee ballots If a $20,000 home I is assessed at of approximately $800 In which would discharge him because Mrs. Grace Wainwright, chairman pursuit by state and federal cars that have actually: bn

have been, cast since Monday. rally $ ,ooo It would likewise Gainey also is charged; with par- some other you fellow wanting his job Of_the committee. operatives doubtless would stored and not operated ,on the
oth Starke vot- On the other hand if a obstacles for the streets and highways prior to July
of these were by escape. have presented
f ticipation.New said you had had him long Proceeds of the sale will be used
irs!I 10,000 home should happen to be I Jersey officers recently enough T If you had a carpenterwho for relief activities under the direction bandit had he and his gangbeen 1; provided a notarised affidavit. ,

Absentee voting is done In the assessed at $8.000 It would be tax 'wrote the clerk of the circuit court had almost completed your of the post and In addition for forced to use a type of automobile of non-use accompanies the appli A
free, the first $ .ooo and liable In :cation. Remember that no tag can: _
Ifflces of County Judges. Regular on ,here for copies of Indictments house to your satisfaction would each poppy sold one cent will be "lock-tag" similar to that now '..
fi.r taxation on, the remaining be sold for less thari BOO.'r y
Octal Votersre to the ex-service use In Florida
ballots are used. against Gainey. you fire him and hire another car- given men or .
| required to take the usual oath 3000. penter to undo ItT If you had a homes for their widows and orphans This la the opinion of George H. '
f citizenship and the further oatht The average assessment In Florida I Mitchell To Speak clerk In your store"or office who Is Wilder acting stat motor vehicle Home Owners' Loan
that wouldbe :
they will be out of the countyr against property giving honest, faithful and efficient commissioner, who cited statistical Ruling Is Changed,
affected.by the proposed! homestead I In Starke Saturday !GOSPEL SINGING LAWYER ,
state on election day.. Ballots service would,you fire him '' Information of his office to prove
e sealed by the voters In plain amendment J Is on a hauls> of' Just because someone who wantedhis 'AT THE MISSION HALL his point that the present tag has ,-

velopes and placed in the ballot about fifty per cent nf actual\ Charles A. Mitchell of, Vero position said you had _had him -, been highly successful from a As a consequence of this amended ,

lei by, the County Judge when value. This ,would. mean that 'Beach, candidate for the Democratic long enough? If you have a good "A delightful ,hour and profit. standpoint of preventing unlawful home loan act all future bore
i, boxes are sent to the precincts. homes of an actual value of $10,000 I nomination for United farm horse, faithful, trusty and ably spent,'! 'was the verdict of transfers from one vehicle to' another rpwers from the Home' Owners' f
I would be exempt under the amendmeat .. Loan Corporation will be required\
those the
attending Tuesday
In frontof .
wll would
> States Senator speak fills your bills In every way of principal '
o MoreExtension the court house in Starke Friday you swap him before you lay by ning Bible study'and gospel songfest i 9 to make regular payments ,'
Interest beginning
at 1:30 o'clock., at the Mission HaiL Mr. and JOKE ON WALDO as well as !
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FOR tu'.ernoon your crop Figuratively speaking,
SERVICES LAST FRIDAY It was emphasised Instatement 110
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On Taxes Mrs. Roberta of Jacksonville once
Delinquent Mr. Mitchell conducting one we are* now la mid-seaaon because Ralph A good Joke on our neighboringtown .
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SIRS., BETTIE a.. CRAWFORD of the most intensive and aggressive President Roosevelt's' program; ,.4s i well known and loved In mission' of Waldo I ts told by a groupof Issued by the corpotatlon of p ,
this week. Extensions principal
Comptroller J. M. Lee said this Funeral services were held here campaigns la the history of not quit completad...Jt Is no time work In Florida,contributed young menrabout-town who or Interest will be ell<>w".1
fek that ,h* would. not approve for,Mrs. "BettleLeCreala the state.; He has spoken In virtually to 'Swap horses la the middle. of their talent In special numbers of were standing a street corner In, of the corporation I
Friday morningr only If, the judgment
the state and *" spiritual, sacred music which was They report
In
timeor morning
wy further extension In the Crawford, who died at every county the stream. Thursday the circumstance of tha ;
set .is in almost every com- Indeed a treat. that a' woman driver came In on
delinquent tax sales now brief speaking
of ih
her home Thursday after! a hOme owner and the condition:
or' the first Monday In JulY.Tu Illness. Rev. W. E.. Newton bad munity In each county.Mr. NEWBEBN A VISITOR )lr.. Roberts i Is' a prominentyoung Road '13 from the direction of the justify such action.
? Mitchell states that In .his John W. Newbern of High lawyer besides his vocal accomplishments Gainesville and asked how to get security
collectors will lie called: charge of the service which was Exceptions of this kind are not expected
discuss old candidate for election ,as while Mrs. Rob- The men, of
Poe to advertise their delinquent inter- .speech her he will age Springs to ,Waldo. young i
held at ,the residencewith, to be frequent.
: lists pensions. the "bonus," veterans a member of the Florida Railroad art;* gifted and trained pianist isalso'a cour.., pointed to the direction In 1 ''
during June and prepareor ment following at Santa Fe cemetery This Is In keeping with soun"mortgaI'e
the compensation the money question Commission In Group, was a visitor soulful, singer and their which she had com and Informedher
sales schedule. wlth'DorMand Is la the ,
on Hampton, lendingand
A month near and other matters of vital nterest. to Stark last week. Th seat numbers left a .refreshing spiritual that sh* bad passed through
of of the home-owner
postponement on Glddens In charge. real Interest
la sound equipment. Mr. Newbern seeks Is now held byhfrs. experience: with their hearers. Mr. Waldo about fourteen miles ago.
He using
previously' was granted by the Mrs. Crawford was a native of i Mamie Eaton-Green and Mrs. Roberts were accompanied = borrower as proved by generations! "
nptroiier 'and Governor Dave Georgia but, bad made her lI.omebfl'e of experience among home;tinsncIng ,
: PAUL KNIGHT ELECI'ED"I e by Mr. and Mr. Wiggins of the MASONS TO MEET t
bolts
upon the pteaa of some tax the past'several years., Institutions. Required payments
\ for I !THAT VICEPRESIDENTPaul !: : DBUO STORE-! SOLD Calvary Baptist Church.' The regular meeting of Bradford
toUectors that thy could: not pre surviving are her, mother Mrs. l -. Corpsaings' Drug Store was thlawk .Tb.Bible study" taken from lodge No. 35. F. & A. M.. will beheld I I are only $7.91 per thousand -
rr their; delinquent: lists In Urn Barker of Starke;' four 1--. of debt month on the ;r
Luvenla dollars
or Knight,. son' of'Cot D. E.!: sold to Mr. and Mrs. A. A. fourteenth chapter 'of' Zacbarlah Monday night at th* Masonic I IHan. per
sales June.ey of amount.can
the firstMonday : Marltlosley and this
daughters Mrs. I Knight .has been elected vice- Brown ot Jacksonville. Both Mr. and truths concerning th moving All members urged to attend fifteen-year plan
said added work caused byFutcbbin ,and Elizabeth. Silvia be most borrowers. Ill
Jacksonville president 01 the University of Flor- and Mrs. Brown are druggists and of',}lt. ,Olivet, and current event and visiting members are cordially paid by '
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made It physically: Crawford of Starke; of' Interest
and Lee for payment
Betty ida chapter of the Kappa Sigma for the present the store will ,t* in and around Palestine,were made inrlUd. I provides ''
xxwlbl* to prepare the lists for three, sons, Herbert. Moses and Eugene and a part of the principal each. w,
of Mrs. realistic In work There *
social fraternity under the management crayon
vertislns; during May .oj Crawford at home; three sisters II national It collegiate announced last week. Brown. was good attendance: and Interest. CEMETERY CLEANING I month." The total required payment k

With the delay of one monthted Mrs. Oats Ellington. ) .. I was graduated from Next week's, meeting promisesto Th ,W. T. Weeks Chapter. i on tile $2,000 average loan r\
Comptroller Lee said Mrs. Maggie Ellenton and Mrs. Mr. Knight of the Confederacy made by the corporation to data '
Bradford County High, School In STORE' REMODELD be most helpful and the publlois United Daughters
ome tax collectors now are asking Amelia\ Crawford all of Stark.' 1930. The building formorly occupiedby always welcome, are sponsoring: a cemetery: la less than $23 monthly' for Inter. r''

I" a further extension to the first e HERE H* Is a freshman In the collegeof the Checkerboard store Is being : i ......, cleaning 'lat Crosby Lake next I **t and principal. A,
Monday hi August. SENATE CANDIDATE attended the University remodeled for, 'Floyd Pearce, of I FIND NEGRO HIDING Thursday. :May 41. ,_ Everyone Interested -I Amortization Is required on all
having
for law
"So far aa I .concerned.." b* James J. Slkes candidate ,, t be and loans except that In cases of extreme f
held of' Florida for three years. Lake City who will!open a beer David Slnnon. young negro, Is urged to present
d. "ther' Will be no further exI the U.. 8. Senate seat now visitor here by For the past yea*. Mr., Knight parlor there when the work Is com In Jail fitter being found hiding under those who own lots there and cannot necessity the loan may be, r
!Trammell was a -aDnually
lI8too.- Park amortised aea ;
bd In the house occupied by be are asked to sendsocMon quarterly ;r
Slke* served la the has served as chairman at the so pleted. a present: ,
Tuesday.I M5 -ElneathDlstJtc4.JA cfal'shd''' rushing committees. "H* W. M. Bryant and family north, of to,their place... .: or annually but tile request for "
Ministry statlstl- Stat& Senatelfrom' th* 0 such terms must be forwarded to.
ot _
commerce 'There' haven't been bank town. Although-the negro would '
.Is a' member of JSacchns, Serpent, any
>Ia as UM .LsglslaMn-f$ of.1932- ,cod comes'from the Washington office for approval 1. !
| at Madrid aanounc that. under liver Oil' really
aad.Whtt* Friars dance societies; failures la the hut fiv* ssontbsMif not,say WhYbe: was hiding
PUll Spanlab xporUrs registered I.horned lizard does' yintorfFaUrsdtr. ,..' COnfroe, 1C may t>* weft the-.beds tt Ia.bttovd by officerstact several kinds ct' fish such as naddoelC after Investigation, ., and ;,J'.iNee..1IdaUo& .
[ tile mtatrtry J apeitas* Although th* absorb It when ; th/University Lyceum. Cotm- rifttjr goad plies o* work a short its sow watflfiaHp: Cost, aa.opportunity pollack hak, dusk a* wU by the. stater"roffkes 'it'J
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J., were the dinner guests of Mr, c-i = children. 'Mr. mad Mrs. L. A. Mintz Mlas Minnie Swindall spent a;:
HIGHLAND Gum Branch and Mrs. J. N. Norman Sunday.Mr. BRO&KER and daughter of Jacksonville spent THERESSA day In Jacksonville with Mrs. j,'E'
I I I and Mrs T. N. Norman and the week-end here aa guests of Mr. Adkinll.
Cor. Elisabeth Cwr. daughters, Helen and Dorothy Yak'I. and Mrs. L. R. Mrs S. W. Griffith ,
Q M. E. Craws, Huraagey ",.. ....r.()... Gainey. Moe Raoea zelater; C.r. returned to
were visiting Mr and Mrs. H. M. H. P. and E. A. Galney were ter home in :&llarn11ast week after
McRae Saturday night. tramiaetlng business Starke Fri a visit\ with her parents, Mr
t O. M. Marr arl.MIss:; VTarguriteMnrr Mr. and Mrs. Albert William of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey and Miss gthel: J: !men, daughter of Kelwey-Loper Mrs. A. L,. Sullivan snf<<
jib : / of :DIme: vls'ted! relatives Jacksonville were the guests of Mrs. Crisis Yarbrough and ton, A. Mr .and Mrs. R. .J. Jones of Jackson day.Mr.. and Mrs. Harley Hazen of Mr. and Mrs A. H. Kelley an- W. H. Hall and J.: J. Zeigler Wm
{ here Rrtda, :;. her parents! Mr. and Mrs. J, S. J. were the guests of Mr and Mrs.J. Miss., and Earnest V. RUBS Center Hill spent Sunday here aa nounce the marriage of their business visitors In Starke Satin
'Robert L. Crews! tnd family of Sapp, Sunday. A. Harnaga Sunday. son of Mr. and Mrs. Z. V. Russ of guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.G. daughter, Miss Dollie Kelsey, to day.Mr. I
(4 Starke vlsltoJ" F. M. Crews Saturday Misses Juanlta Hlllard and Martha There will be prayer meeting at Brooker ware united in marriage W. Hazen. Mr. Dan Loper, Saturday, May 19. and Mrs. Arthur Minikin.
''c+ and Sunciy.: Crawford of Evergreen were the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ancel Saturday afternoon with Rev. L. D. Mrs. G. E. Klrohmer of Lakelandis They were quietly married at who have been residing In Stark*
,,: Was Eloise T-'uHock: of Baldwin the guests of Misses Mildred and< Norman Friday night.SAXTON. Johns of Graham performing the spending! a few days here as the home of the bride by D. W. have recently moved here Wen,
j' t pent the week-end here with Mlsa Audrey Norman Sunday ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Ruse are guests of her! sister Mrs. A. J. Moore in ,the presence of a few glad to welcome them back to our
y Kathleen Hardoe. Mr* and Mrs. Ray Johns and making their home here at the Plnholster. friends and relatives. community.Mrs. .

i 'Sheriff John Hall and Deputy children of Olustee were the guests present time. G. W Hazen Is filling the va- Mr and Mrs. Loper have a host S. S. Paul who has beet
,' Will Knight of Green Cove Springs of Mr. and ,Mrs. J. A. Harnage Mr, and Mrs.; A. 0 Je.iltlnS and cancy as postmaster which was of friends here who wish them visiting her sister Mrs J. J. Zti.[
were buslneaL visitors here Wed- Sunday. I children of Jack onville and Mr. ,caused by the death of Miss Ollie luck and happiness in their married ler, left Sunday for Jacltaonviiii
H. H. Keene left Sunday for Mrs. "'. A. Tyler, Co,. and Mrs. H. C. Cunningham of : Hague. life. en route to her. home In Miami
nesday. Shamrock where he is employed. Miami spent Mother's Day here as Misses Rhoda and.Ruth Zelgier
Miss Beth Wimberly Is spending Mrs Mamie Williams of Jack guests of Mr, and Mrs. W. D. Mr. and Mrs. C. Alford are the were visiting Sergt. and Mrs. Ji 1.o
t"a couple of weeks In Starke, with sonville wan the guests of Mr. and Rev. E. L,, Hlck3 spent Sundayat Webb. proud parents of a little daughterwho Thrower in St. Augustine log
her sister, Mrs N. T Green. Mrs J. A. Harnage Sunday. Odua. Mr. and Mrs W. W. Baxter of DOUBLE RUN arrived May 9. The little girl week.A. .
Mrs. George Wilkinson was a Mlas Louise Sapp left Sunday Mrs Nancy Bell left Sunday for Jacksonville spent Sunday here as has been named Barbara Ellen. A. Youngblood and son, Vei-.
visitor to Lawtey Monday. for Jacksonville where she will I Lake City for a visit with relatives guests of Mrs. A. J. Plnholster. MU. note mesa Coy, Herbert Packham of Waldo was ter, of Waldo were visiting hit
S. E. Godwin of Maxvllle was.a visit with heZ' ulster.-,- !. Mrs Albert ,Arthur Taylor of Clack Creek W, T. Weeks and Francis Russ, vleltlng his parents :Mr. and Mrs brother and sister-ln-law, Mr. and
visitor here Sunday. Williams. was visitor here Sunday. were, transacting) business In W. W. Packham, Sunday.Mr. Mrs. C. A. Youngblood, Sunda
Mrs. H. C. Wlmberly and CarsonGriff Mrs. W. Harnage l is spendingsome Miss Jean Tyler spent Saturday Starke Monday3'Mlaa Mr. and Mr!!. J. C. Simmons and and Mrs. John Jordan and afternoon.
i Is were In Starke Thursday.Miss time with her son, J. A. Har- afternoon In Jacksonville. Luctle Webb Is l spending a Lois Judd were visiting at Ocala
nage.I Preaching services! will be held few weeks in Miami with friends Sunday afternoon.
: Dorothy Crews returned to I Joe Debts, Jr., of Raiford was here at the Church of Cod every i and relatives. Oliver Brown was visiting W. A. DIRECTORS
her home In Starke Sunday after I tailing J. A. Harnage Flrlday., second and fourth Sundays, both i Tyler of Saxton Monday evening.M. FUNERAL
pending two weeks here with I Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Norman and morning and evening. Prayer service services .'. and Mrs. L. Morgan and our Many Years Experience"' !Makes It Possible. for Us to Render
fi Misses Eloise and Kathleen Har- I Mr..and Mrs. R. Carroll and children held each Wednesday night.J. 'I last Sunday.Mr. children and Dock and Jerry Wil- EFFICIENT, PROMPT! and COURTEOUS SERVICE
ly; dee were visiting Mr. and Mrs A. Tyler Is much Improved and Mrs R. M. Gainey were son were visiting at Sparr Sunday. MODERATE PRICES
Mrs L. J. Norman and Miss Cleo H. H. Keene Friday night. after being confined to his home business visitors to Gainesville Miss Thelma Bryan was the DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY
wl+ Norman wqre visitors to Lawtey Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey, and for several days on account of'Illness I Monday. guest of :Miss\ Freda Brown Friday STARKE FLORIDA
Saturday. Mr, Crisis Yarbrough and son, A. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Crosby and afternoon.
MM. H. C. Wlmberly Miss Ethel -

+ Ricks and Carson Grlffls were in "KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES"--Solid, ,Nonskid Ivory ---By',POP MOlIANDII

f'1w Lawtey Monday.. _,....,;:;:;yi"/"A" .>...A..m... ..,....u, .'....>> ..u.......... ..,.......L..... ...... ou.. ... .... ...., ... .
pNA r :I-AW !, '\I Yu%% < > ( KO-NO-PITCH IT !\
so THIS ( p IzwMrIs HA..W SHE'e.e.N LOWBK. eo x CAM ,!f4eL.MeR.
Ueilbronn Springs wwnRB ALL our TOTN' HRE9H6RE >s,::#{ ::' .ry{<: PN 4g 'LIN HiT T1NOR w,,, .
l THAT 5IN61N' KITCMeNIs WALKS
I coMIN *l.' AN' WADE TH' PLANK- .t'E' G Gr
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hRc.41L' eASY \!:: ive:
YGIIRp@RNeD83T rn I .:
J Mrs Ottle Petty and son James 5"-' ,
of'Gulf Hammock spent Tuesday .4.- r ,4\\
night with her mother, Mrs Bell i l
Parmenter. + '*
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J; 'Mrs.'Pearl Bryan and daughtersof /I J .
Morrl ton returned to their ,
home Sunday after a two'weeks' ( / :
4Sx visit here with her father, W. C.
;, Rboden,'and family. 7flii1II A
hr W. are very sorry to learn little ,
4 Jewel Davis, daughter of Mr.. and
](ra. Wash Davis, Is Improvingafter
(:e aul b TM.rnt.lN"_pen .M/'Y N'Y.14TbJ Ja..u,.
I' an operation.Mini __ __
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Ruth Bodqrnhamer spent Saturday THE. FAMILY NEXT DOOR Limited Vocabul'arylI
and Sunday with Miss Leila''Ward ,
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t Edgar Harrell and Norman Star- HCuA,MIIYON! IMAT trrrve Joe K MOO. Nor "BAD."' BUT! : FAIR -0' COUR9E .t OONT KNOW YETI
IlowOrYE UMCTH OH, S ALG {T t GUES4! COST ME JU1Tf\ I lOT "
Hnr were In our section Sunday. WINE OONt" PER NOT VERY MUCH I GET BETTtR'N TH f"T.* Vvt ONOT HAD tr.In' '
OlD U9 SWtCl* t MOW MucHb IT SET *'75 lit. )|fill t?
": There was a large crowd attenctag fiOT ,1BAD. HOWS SHK ON._ I QKT ABOUT *8 ABOUT' ao MILLS T Tie'MILES fiNEEEN MoMTh9
MAO NER' AU. ( ICKQ .
tI EN Y QA" ucae''R't' MUCH: TO Ttt' GALLON MOW OTTtN '
meeting at the home of '
prayer DOUCO UP?
GALLON o've
HAVE" PUTOIL
8 h Mr.night and Mrs.. Thornton Sunday J''ER? r- : -

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Leo Edwards of Staike was visitlng -
,Lacy Thornton Sunday and r "

fr Attended prayer meeting Sunday I I +.r.Nq I 4 IC ,
0 night.
w Brack Prevatt spent Sunday,aft.4a .
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4a ernoon with Mr and Mrs, J. C. F V 1 IiG t.iJ,

Jones':Miss Thelma Rhoden, Llltton f J

qt Kite and W. C. Rhoden were vlsl,
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ton to Lake Geneva Monday c L-i .
Si" There will be prayer meeting at \ .
the home of Mr and Mrs. Sterchl one?
Friday night. Everybody welcome. I IM
4-. Yarb/ough!: of Gum Branch
wan In Helbroon section Sunday
G'' Miss Pencle Davis spent Satur- M.D\ II
.' day night in Starke. .
Mrs. Lee Rhoden and daughter, I I

.Bobby Joe, of Gulf Hammock -.-. eAD.- r
with -- -- --
spent Tuesday W. C. Rhoden :

and family. "The Main Thing On Main 'Street" T t : /
B MU Thelma Rhoden spent a :
v few days last week with Miss LeUa "" '' a **" *<"- WP I " "PB B By L. F. Van Zelm
Ward of Stark. _
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.MAY:!-...93--_I9S-.._. .-_.....__- ...-. -- -- -"_.. -- -_..._ _BRADFOAA...,....-.....___....._""'CpU'''_ ?.iTY.: .TELEGRAPH.--'_-.-...-.. STAKKE.- .__FLORID.'I:. H'0.... _: __ _.._. .._.._.__,_,__ ... ._ .. __.PAGE.. THREE.., 1

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FREE SOUVENIRS WORK SHOES
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Given.. Away_ Saturday, U IC a' e $1.49 '

May 26, at 10:00,0'Clock. L' ; .
Men's!\ $3.00 value extra: heavy ;
Mothers, bring children '
your Scout Work Shoes to close out in (

under 6 years of age this big event, shoes that you have ,

to this sale to get a surprise DIXIEAT' THESTORE been paying much higher. prices ,t

for are reduced to this price. We '

FREE. must have the cn-h: so we are giving

you these LOW PRICES.
228 E CALL ST ( >CL\'EI*EXT noon F-'UI STORE ) STARKE, FLA. c, t ,

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HFHOWflRlD\ T! We want to shout "IN ALL THE: WORLD YOU'LL FIND NO SALE LIKE THIS." it's exactly what we mean-we knowyou've

Li seen sales-read of sales-but We assure you that never in your lifetime or ours have you ever seen such a sale that offers ?
such golden opportunities for savings. Clean, desirable merchandise sacrificed for quick selling. Our instructions were to sell all summer stocks regardlessof

cost. The price is no object now. All we want to do is sell-*eU-sell. Whatever you do,make plans to.be here when the doors open at 8:30 A. M. We ,; {t
promise that you will never regret it. READ EVERY WORD ON THIS PAGE-THEN COME AND SAVE MONEY BY PURCHASING HERE. '

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1,800 PAIRS MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S
Ladies' F' i '

AT NEW LOW PRICES ew I finery Oxfords and- High' Shoes ,i ir


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All of oar Ladle.' Footwear I* divided Into Three Lota which Include Strap, IN i1lI 1
Pump.Tie and Sport Oxford In designs colon. and huto to fit any foot and ulI r i
any _..on. They are clippers of all-leather. and from some of the moat .
famous shoemaker" In the country. Don't ml** this opportunity to buy high Men, here is a real opportunity '
class. 'Footwear_at prices ridiculously low- d {
1 .., to buy the best Shoes $2.45

Group 98c Group,$| 58 Group $1 95 you have ever,worn, at..-,.. ; ,
No. 1 No. 2 l. No. 3 'h '.

MEN'S COTTON; 'SOX MEN'S '''SILK SOCKS
BEDROOM 250 PAIRS WOMEN'S
SLIPPERS' SHOES and OXFORDS 500 HATS JUST ARRIVED FOR THIS SALE Bought to B'.U for 20o9c A Regular 19c goo Seller

LdSuppelo.r Best .. .. :
S.wasJ".n: Size* Only From 8 to 5
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39c,. Pair: lOc 95c M EN ',,5 ODD ,PANTSNow a
Is the time to match up the extra coat.Largest selection of _n'.new.
est pattern. K xuUr -Sport; and Whoopee models. Blue Serge, Wonted.,
ONE BIG LOT' .CHILDREN'S SHOES Cashmere. Flannel, Tweeds, Rtrlpes, Herringbone, Basket Weaves light
: They com* in all.colors I ,"h apea and.newest mate.an dark portent*.lie.28 to 50-
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Odds and end*-Assorted style*;HI**Top,Low Shoe.Sandal,Play Oxford, .
black...brawn)Patent...Calf Value to'Uo-. rial,in.all large and small head.size ... $3.00 Values,"Choice ,..00 Values,Choice '5.00 Value, Choice 3+I
Sale,Price, Pair.50c "" v $1.50 $2.00 $2.50

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SILK MEN'S SHIRTS "MEN'S BLUE SEROB D R E S S -' 4 :
LADIES' HOSE TENNIS SHOES HOUSE, PRESSES : CAPS;
Special' DTM Shlrta that oM MinckMi SINGLE COATS *'
and Newest
Fall Fashion; Regular $140) Value Men's, women, and children's Tennis Ladle House DM*** l In solid" color., Men's. Boys! This Week50o i
Dress Caps Special'
> All Sizes Value to'lo.OOI8elUn.a' '
t AIM pretty |
: lnj. $
wWh outtncaag '
Shoes In all due to close out In thtee .
G9c TH* the Sale I 6 5 Each >".
ffecta. l c
sale at this low price. This U oar printed e m,bargain $3.95MEN'S 35 CMEN'S '
women Hhoolor mel t f Wl?'-, are 6'\
wallie- .
regular 91.00
cxpeeUng u..e to t* like hot .ak-- SNAPPY
.< # .t to M- HEAVY.WORKSHI.RTS
c'y. STRAW HATS
LADIES' SILK HOSE 6 9 PIN CHECKPANTS
4'9 C Lot of over SO*Straw Hat Soft and ,
Full Faahlon; a Regular 75c Value _
hard to
straw elect I.--Tct close
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5 9 '
oat at each c'w ,
49c ,CORSET SPECIAL WOMEN'S UNIFORMS 98c
.:. .. 93c
900 Brocaded Corset and Conelette In White mud .A.Colon; Fine MEN'S HEAVY: WEIGHT AND
LADIES' SILK HOSE In a U. fxe* to g*a*- -wa5>AN.Ize'- BOY S. SUITS MEWS FINE KHAKI WELL MADE I
88 ,9 Sc' M IN THIS LOT PANTS OVERALLS:
Our Regular Me Seller c An exceptional value, fat Boy** regular
25c BOYS' WASH SUITS 15.00 salt*, Ie .. serittned a&9 8 c _. 98c

Men's and Boys' Belts I Big Lot Boys'.'W*.n. Hitlt. >f. all the $4.95Men's The Best Boys'OveraU for the Money'CHILDREN'S '
8oM &lor** *P lnted >MEN'S' WHITE DUCK Ever: OfferedOVERALLS
HOSE 'All-sb- =*. .4B V "* "> > -to 6 I Shirts or Shorts
An CiNtsual Bargain at Some Value 50-Each, Selling eat close....11II.'" : Best Mket Me value,- Sale rrie PANTS98c .
lOc lOc Each 29c 23c 59c a;


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GALORE We

BARGAINS, The STORE ,

We don't care how many Sales.you have attended, we don't care W cheap! you saw 8 advertised' we don't care when or where! We GUARANTEE you
that our prices will be much low .... We stand ready to back up this statement. ith.c..hl! .. F.

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WHY PAY' MORE ? t ATTENTION MOTHEKS-JUST RECEIVED I IA ,M EN. 5 AND}' YOUNG. MEN'SChildren's

LOT 300 SPRING AND SUMMER
OF
'Will Almost Take
When We Offer Bargains That

Your Breath!-If You Are Healthy, Then All WoolSuits I

READ THESE SHOCKS '/ '' t, j '


I f Silk a- Dresses

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Sizes 6 to 16-AS IS-

Dresses Up to the minute styles; Season's choicest selection, finest r;.

colors In assorted Silks, quality fabrics, such as Serges,
Crepes and Prints''opal
Women's $3.00 and $6.00 Silk Dresses slat for this Sensational Worsteds, Cashmeres, Tweeds,

latest styles and colors;sizes 14 to 52- 'Sale- .... plain and novelty 0 patterns- '

SPECIAL FOR THIS WEEK ,
35c Each' $15.00 VALUES ;


$2.88 b Or3Dfor SO .


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2 For. $5.00, $1.00. _

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TAGF 11'01'1'11. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY.. l\I.\Y 23 188i
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1 In Soviet Russia She's-A- uC -inrad ;;"-A '"MereWoman" Heating stoves for destitute either estate of of you.Clara may D hav. RI.frank.| nxat,;i :;"it

homes are made from old steel oil ceased, late de

; { When It Comes To Beauty, Make-Up' Carrels at Joplin Mo., at a coat of I County Florida, Judge tft /the Ho"of Bradford BKr1." .,",ym./"',
i at his offIn the
t'' l l't ,Socict J 1.--.. 35 cents each. < Count ..."ourj'FtorldamWithineeightdmontl ''' ""

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Cannot Ermlicate ller Instinct J\oriC TO ('HElJrI'OHS the first ""
J 1, In the Court of, the County Probate hereof All ClAim" and dfmSh'S1'
,I, _. to Attract, Her Desire 1 Bradford County, Florida. -In', presented within the tlmo .. .01
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Ia --- -- manner prescribed Jt.
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for BeautyBy In Re'Estate. of Clara B. Slatrunk, haired a* provided by herein/ law. "i b>"

W. M. S. Meeting Mrs. Lewis, Recent Bride DeceasedTo all creditors. and all persons having Dated May 14, A. D. 1934

Monday AfternoonThe Honored At ShowerComplimenting ELIZABETH CROCKER Y claims' or demands against Executor of M SISTIUAk
Director/ Notional IntMittt, e b'. r i mild. estate: .As "
Woman's Missionary Society Mrs. James Lewla Beauty t You, and each of You; are hereby 'dr Testsmeat i\ and

of the Methodist Church held a recent bride, who Is a popular WOMAN'S place In the world claim notified and and demand required/ which to present you,any or 1-1114116-1 CLARA B. SISTIIUNK, ue 'seed.

member of the Starke young varies In different places, has ,
Its monthly business meeting Mon set Miss Lena Belle Shepard, Miss changed tartllng-Iy In Soviet Russia. -

day afternoon, twenty-three mem- Patsy Brinson and Miss Annie Mae She rises to new Ideas, hurriesto SQUARE DANCEFRIDAY
bers being: present Mrs A. Wood Pearce were co-hostesses Wednes- new work, listens to new creeds

conducted the worship service and day afternoon when they ent r- -but her Instinct to attract her desire -
talked on the subject of attend- talned at a surprise miscellaneous for beauty cannot be eradicated ,NIGHT, 9 TILL 12LEGION

ance at services In God's house shower,which was held at the homeof must be recognized.. And whatever AT

The president, Mrs. W. E. Mid- Miss Shepard'i brother-in-law her new tools, her old favor HALLUnder

dleton, presided over the business and sister, Mr. and Mrs C. A. ite still has a safe place-the lip
session and an Invitation was read Knight, on West Call Street. stick that Is the color of her flag( New Management

Inviting i the, society to attend 'a'' The guests were entertained on > No man caD ever quite understand CHARLEY COOPER, Manager

zone meetinq'in Jacksonville, on how comforting a lipstick can i
I the spacious lawn of this lovely HILL STRING BAND
Wednesday, May 30. Plans were home, where the beautiful rose be. or how its magic color brings i .
made for an entertainment to be and assurance, and charm. Of course, Of Keystone Height-
garden, the large fish pool, the
give nat the home of :Mrs. T. J. many other garden attractions not-he hasn't looked Into his mirror LADIES FREE MEN 33 CENTS

Griffin and Mrs. N. T. Hitch, the just before an appointment with -
formed a
serving as a background V -
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proceeds to be used on the local perfect'setting for such a lovely the frleod-wbo-has-married' 0 I"

work at the parsonage. affair, and been confronted by a woebegone --
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I afternoon the stuuy face that e'L <
j Wednesday A treasure hunt for the bride never-wants-to-see-a- _
circle met at the church and began In dish-pan-agaln. So he doesn't realise
was enjoyed, little Betty Hayes, REALLY FRESH
the study' of the book, "Eastern a clever manner, presented! to the how a lipstick that softens the tired COFFEEIs
+ Women- -Today and Tomorrow." droop of your mouth tha brightensyour Ground Before Your E'ellCOFFEE
honwee a telegram. which started.h _
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:Mrs Sam Anderson and Mrs. eyes, and makes your skin '
the
<>r 'on her hunt to find gifts.
Wood are superintendents of A'I Upon finding each gift the. pack- : look softer and clearer*-how sucha

study class. age found had to be opened where, I lipstick Is a treasure beyond

.---_-. -,-..--- ,-.. with the gift, was a telegram directing price! ,
.. .. And t1 8 O'CLOCK nED CIRCLE B O K .\ R
her to where the next one yet although *u many women v "Mild, "Rich, "

would be found, this hunt being a know the value' at;tbelr Up- w ttfl HID Mellow" Full Blended" "Vlgorou.In.\ '"
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RITZ THEATRE moot unusual interesting one. During ticks by heart, many ot them are '" )

the afternoon various games not equally adept In their use. According Lovely' Norma Ghtartr repair her makeup on the set between xenonn. Lb. 19c Lb; 2lc 'Lb.25c
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STARKE, FLORIDA and Contests were also enjoyed. to Tberese Laval, beauty lower lip I J. rouged more heavily Of course, most Important of all I WHERE LNOM1'RULeIj

Late In the afternoon a refresh.. consultant of the Djer-Klss Salon than the upper. In either case applying Is being sure of the purity of you I

"F PROGRAMBEGINNING ing Ice course was served by the women generally make the mistakeof a little Up rouge to begin favorite lipstick for Impure Ingredients QUAKER MAID, With Tomato Sauce
hostesses to the thirty guests present using too much rather than too with, and adding what Is required can lead to worse dangers

f MAY 25: Mrs. Lewis wan presented a little lip rouge.Naturally results In more artistic makeup. than lack of allure. But once you i Pork & Beans 6 16-Oz.Cans 25c

FRIDAY, MAY 25: bridal corsage as a favor, while the It Is difficult to spreadthe There Is less chance of smudging are certain that It Is of excellent:

other guests received daisy' corsages lipstick evenly It you use too or looking "all mouth" and much Quality, apply It lightly, smooth It
DOUBLE! DOOR"Mary :' much. The large mouth- demands more chance of adding to the beau- carefully, and smile your way on- 1 BONA BRAND, Red Ripe, Full Pock

llorrl.I'n) ; Venable, 'that the lips be rouged from the ty of your smite when your lipstick ward. You feel prettier, you look: '
Kent TaylorSATURDAY .center outward but not Quite to Is I properly used. And don't prettier, you act prettier-and inconsequence j TOMATOES 2 No. 2 Cans 15c

TAKE. : CARETO : the corners: the thin-lipped mouth forget-nerer, never leave the Inside all the world Is your,

z PIAY 26 BE AN ECONOMIST' is made. to ;look' fuller when the. of the lips unrougedl old worlds and new! I FRESH GROUND ,


Y ""Fiddlin"MAYNAUI'' Buckaroo"KEN BONG IS IN NO PROSPERITY ONI FEAR.IN ADVERSITY OF.I.YOUR THC04 4 'Baptist- W, M.,S..';MeetsThe I Girls Arriving Home authoilzeJ Requisition: In of Peru property in case baa of been war 1 r MEAL 1 Pounds 1 lOc


...7'._ business and program meetIng From College or necessity In time of
MONDAY military
SUNDAY AND. "
SCOCO-Finest Shortening 1-Lb Ctn. 4-Lb.Ctn. 8-Lb.ttn.
t MAY 27 AND 28 of the Woman's' Missionary Silts Alice Fernandas, daughter: : peace. .

Society was held at the church of Mrs R. S. .Fernandez: will arrive '
"All Men Are Enemies"Huih I' Monday'afternoon at 3.30: o'clock Lorick:: OF MASTFlfM! : 8\LI3! COMPOUND 8c 30c 57c
home Tuesday from Tallahassee NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
is Wllllanu,Helen Twelvetraee with a,good attendance..t > purHiinnt to and under and by virtue
present where she has been attending ot that certain final decree of for.'Insure .- GR\ND1\I0iI'IJER'S
Mrs A. M. Darby, '
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY the the State College for Women, and and order of Kale dated Jan Fresh, Plain or Sliced 14-Oz. 18-Oz. 24-Oz.
.' the society, presided during uary 27, I'll! made and entered by
; .MAY 29 AND 80 business and devotional meeting, Where she la a. candidate for the the Honorable A. Adklnn? In that .
.
...
Wtril*you hm health Drape certain In the Twen
"Sing And Like It" tit, lake cam of t"...., While yoa Circle No. 2, with Mrs. a. W. Alderman certificate In' violin at the commencement -' ty-sixth caux Judicial pending Circuit In Bradford BREAD 6c 8c lOc
.eve..Iu>bI* .I"" ,,,.It N
properly In an Interesting County 1o'lo'IIn. In Chancery wherein -
ZAHU, Pitta Pert Helton .dgwt.ltt," charge presented exercises'to be held at i
v 'I'' E. (1. BAXTER, a* Trustee of
Ow of she" rtmdimennb' of true program. Those taking he college auditorium Monday/ the ICstftte <>f Kate C. Dutton was SULTANA, Delicious Slices
L Bargain Night the part on the program were: Mrs and I la complainant and A. A Dl'R1 -
Special )
a Mfefurdfln
ftuuuiut
01 four Immea proper team.ION b|an.Oi '(. C. B. Price, Mrs. A. J. 'Thomas, Miss Fernandez I Is a member of the 1 KN and wife, OUH8IB DURDEN
THURSDAY, MAY SI ET AL were and are defendants, Pineapple large No. 2% 29c
Featuring JIMMY DURANTE -1d lHAROLD Mrs Alderman and Mrs. H. I* college orchestra,, Little Theatre wherein I, FLOYD GREEN was ap- cans
pointed Special Mauler In Chancery
Brownlee. The society voted to orchestra, stringed quarette College -
In' to execute said decree; that I have
C. WALL send Mrs. R. A. Thomas to the Glee Club ''and the doublequartette. levied upon all the following .
"PALOOKA" Baptist Assembly to be held In scribed lots, tract, piece or parcel .
'INSURANCE CE of land situate, lying* and being WHITE HOUSE DIXIE CRYSTAL
DeLand next month, as a
representative In the County of Bradford State otrinrlda.
b) STAKttK .FLORIDA, :front'the society: -t; 'tA Mlaa Miriam Jacobs: c'-tu hter pfIf and more particularly de. Unsweetened EvaporatedMILK Finest. GranulatedSUGAR
scribed follow .
rJ r. and Mrs. B. Jacobs Is also expected a* :
--- r to arrive'home Lot. 17, 18, 19 and 20 In Block 14
within the
H according to the Knney Survey of
next few days from the college, Hampton Florida, except a parcel ofland
t- where she has been student dexcrlhed a* follow* now owned ,
a for,
T. M. ,
by Haven commencing' at a
the past two years. Miss Jacobs point It feet 6 Inche: uect of that :3 cCana! 17c 5 Pounds 23c
Is a candidate for the two-year diploma veitnln Itrlcktore house, now own [ .
ed by Ida D. Maxwell on Navarre
,
COSTS
SIX LESS In Intermediate< grades. Avenue, thence run \Ve.t along said
''avenue to the U. S. <& F. Ry rl&l>t-
Miss Mary Brownlee, freshman of-way, theme North 84 feet 6 FANCY, 70-SO( Size
at the college, arrived home Thurs Inrheii, thence, Eat to a point 1* feet
A Inches due Went of prtld brick store PRUNES 4 Pounds 25c
to her
h TO RUN day spend summer vacation j houer. thence South'84 feet 6 Inchesto
pia 'fftI with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. starting point In Lot 20 Block: 14 POST TOASTIES
BrowKlee, who went 'to TaIl -Ip.I per map or plat of said town of Package 8c
up
Hampton recorded
In Clerk' office" ,
l ifennsee!\ to accompany her home. Bradford County, Florida.

;t I Mies Betty Mace,, also a student, ed The,a* follow land conveyed, .above U bound I GRAPE NUTS Package 18c
.rt.4t* :accompanied them to Starke
en On the South by Navarre and T POST'S
:, vi _j ;_ route to her home' at DeLaml. M Haa-an Building on the Went by
I'1'. M. Havan Building and O. 8. & F BRAN FLAKES Package lOc
Miss Evelyn Stump. Daughter of Hy, on the North by alley and ot .
o +' the rjavt by,a 15 toot alley Ilelnu ;
io'i Mr, and d SWANDOWN
Stump, soph-,: the same property upon c"c"upl.,1 i*
I omore, will remain over at the col. ( Ittiated, a 1 large tore building; now ''CAKE FLOUR Package 25BAKER'S
,. loge to attend the' commencement by the naltl A. A. Duidun.
i .'
I I I Tci ether With all of the furnlnh'Ins
exercises and from there. will go to fixture, equipment. chow PREMIUM: '
Jacksonville Beach where she will ica.ee f etc., In that certain bullillna CHOCOLATE 25cBAKINft
Cake
/2-Lb
situated upon Lots'17 is 19 und 10
..w. was attend a house party' given by the In Block 14 according- Eniay'i,
Zeta Tau Alpha sorority of which Survey of Hampton' Florida. POIVDERCALUMET
And that I will on the 4th /day of
t' he l Is a member., She will arriveat June, 1U34, within the legal hour ofmile. 16-Oz. Can 25c
her home here the latter part of t In front ot the Court House:
i door In the city of Starfce, Bradford LIBBY'S
VL 4e !'. next week to spend the summer County, Florida offer said land for '

vacation with her parents. at their j vale,and and beet nell bidder the same for> to-cavil the to highest salnfy .- CORNED BEEF 2 No. 1 Cans 29c

home on Walnut Street. 1118 Bald decree! fee and all costs.FLOYD ,. HIRE'S
Stump Is a member of the College GREEN; : ROOT BEEREXTRACT
A* Special Master In Chancery;
Glee Club. 3-Oz. 25c
E Bottle
A. CLAYTON; Ualneaville, Fla,
tj ) Miss' Hazel Adkins, another student Solicitor for Complainant. WHITE NAPHTHA
5IH4tl
,,1)Y.'I at the college arrived home

l"-j"1 ;.- .. Wednesday for a short visit with P&G SOAP 4 Giant Bars 15c

Mc /...._... Engineering fact pr WIt ? ., and'iltfie her Adkind parents before, Judge and Mrs A, Z. C\IIERVE' MEDIUM\ SIZEIVORY
i '.--.-" experience In bullet returning to the SOAP
3 Bars 17c
to attend
conllrm college" 4 summer school.
ly', lnc Mriy ton million can
fit; ft. And the recwd of over 3,000,000 Jug' Adkins motored to Tilla-: CAMAY

i Chevrolet Six wnera removes any CHEVROLETOVERHEAD lastee to accompany! his daughter TOILET SOAP 4 Cakes 19c

.....tow of doubt about its T*. etch home.

'ph; nay a <.. real exwnomy In a tow 4 0 i- ,
.r CSM I.to Insist on SIX cjrf In. Mrs. Flynn Sings
u'' 'Ann rid OVCBHOIO vafvoo. Over Station WRUF A&P BRAND FINEST DRIED

.......1-boeautourtnt VALVEsixis ; Great NorthernGRAPE
1 SIX cylinders-- Mrs. George Bk Flynn, popular Delicious Pure Concord
i. rA
cost forM
cylinder moan ojrtra soprano ,presented! ,, a fifteen minute "'
.... upkeep and part OVER- from 4:30 to I
program : 4:45:
4 HarAP valve*-nothing of*./-for the the-most o'clock last Thursday afternoonover JUICE! NAVY BEANS13c
that airplane* uolimn
1 MM god reason Station WRtTF. Gainesville. Pt. Bot .
c -And tpeodooat And racing economicalACTION -
_*. They.. the MOST pow..-outftnoUASTga lira. Flynn was accompanied by 25c 2 ,Pounds 9c
Mrs, E. L. BIgga, and opened her I
Thaf why 1/
G ojjerKaad e =
valve are th.choke of .... .* program singing "Blue Prelude, -
#s ce-.1r ... which-was followed by four popu-

r c.naxar rwTea ca ......... MI.Mfstra.A.ww6AWSYMw lar songs, "Old Spinning Wheel" Fresh 'Fruit And' Vegetables

I' .A........................ "Little Dutch Mill," "Orchids in :
the Moonlight" and '"After.Sun- UP TO ys sari __
,
down. ", every nerve >t high Undo
FRESH
GOLDEN
KNEE- MHORSCPOWEHM BANTAM
FULLY-ENCLOSED No wonder you SM WIfe
WHEELS MILES PER HOURJ. A large number of Starkeltes 11"r. and bark at the tn.: CORN Dozen 20c
u tened in at t'lU broadcast and:: en- Watch putt Ovenroraoree .

F joyed the Icvely proarr*\. Mrs. may'' lead to Sleepte Fresh TOMATOES Pound 4c
Flynn! has been invited to' sing Nervoo* Beadaehe. KervM -
again over this station and It Is ladlgwtlon and a Boat oi BELL PEPPERS 3 For 5c
other
,. expected that we will have the oncOeuant dlstnrbaaesa
Why doe" JOG try Dr. MIW Fancy U. S. Main No 1
pleasure of hearing her, again
BC rrac'"t Nerrla' Tablets POTATOES 25c
\ within the near future. .Just ono In a half give of 10 Pounds
.
wets makes a pleaMut. spark. California tOe
t: Methodist Young People, tine drink delightfully soothing Iceberg.LETTUCE ,Head

.AE \. CONTROLLED HOCK-PROOF STEERING tOD1ES USHER tY Enjoy Outing':'At; Lake be Dr.o--.tased Mllrf NeJrtoe b now .CELERY Bunch 7'/2c

i-p ttGKEt The:, Senior andJunior;. EpworthLea .de la two fnrms-TlgnVl\ and CARROTS BEETS, 7lfze
or Bunch'
a ,". members of the Methodist Kfforveoeent I Tablet. Both I haT

CJurch enJoyed' an outing at the same soothing effect: Fresh SQUASHES 3 Pounds.tOe
,_ !OrgsI 1.ey Lake Tuc Uy eight. Th f IJM at yew drag ttoraNERVINE

.'l news aovamwrart Seniors were entertained at: thtBl '-.I ,M 14.L !:>'. Fresh Stringless BEANS 3 Pounds tOe

orode Chevrolet; CO. :- bOp'cottai at the PerrjmjJi_ >and cottage the Judorimit fJRa. 'L t nf:" BANANAS 4 Pounds t5c

After a delightful swim In th e, c.uU.1 r!
l lake.games vc.cajoy*.!, a.to THE '

STARKE, FLORIDA titi.....sS',ptealc! Kfp*? jrce,atrved. .., I Il1L, .. GnEATATLANl'IC. &. PACIFIC. '.,.TEA.... .. ,C01IP,4.N1"
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:. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE FIVE'' '

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e Mr. and Mrs. F A. Canova. and serious illness at her Koine' here JaCkc ym where Mr. Dinkins is CARD OF THANKS.--- l I j' t'

little daughter Mary Anne of Let WTEY this week. employed:* We wish to thank those who BO r' y.lN

Gainesville are,spending a few days I I TheLawtey'oltizens'; :: were treated Mrs '.it4">Mr*. X' McCIeod": of I kindly assisted us during the \111-' f 't til,

! Bits of here With Mr. Canova's mother, O. J. Phllllpa, Cor. to some real singing here Sun- Melrose were visiting Mri: ;,and 'Mrp lions and death of ,our loved! one, I
Mrs. E. K. Canova. .,. '
day afternoon when the Bradford "
A. Mf ,Blanchar r Saturday. .. $& Mrs; LeCretin Crawford, and for e / w K"ty
I County Singing Association paid the beautiful flowers. May) 1
many t+' ? '
Mlsa,Beat rice Miner was. visitingin
; Mrs\ Harvey Maddrlx and ''two Reception For Kevfiutd Mrs. Lyell the Baptist Church a visit which Hastings last week. the Lord bless each and everyonal 'i

l. cal Ne C children, :Mary Anne and Bobby of The ladles of the,;fCaptint W. M. was greatly enjoyed by all and of you. Signed, ; o
I Fort Lauderdale, are guests this S. entertained with Of reception at we hope to have them with us Howard Miner was visiting In FAMILY. ,
vIlE
: week of Mrs. A F. Sauls at her the home of Mrs. Jti L. Harrell for again at an early date. Jacksonville last week. 's4}
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND 'home on. Cherry Street. Rev. and Mrs. Jaraes Lyell, who Mra. T. J. Terry entertained the t\r.\ F. C. Sessions will preach at The ring-tailed cat of the south- ?, 4

I pr.OGRESS OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWN recently moved here from Morris- Baptist W M. U. at her home Grace' M. E Church Sunday at ern United States is not a cat buta

: Mr. and Mrs. OHiver Aspinwall town Term.. Thursday evening Tuesday afternoon. 11:00: a.m. and 8:00: p.m. All are relative of the raccoon:

I of Jacksonville were week-end The large living room was Mrs. G. A. Anderson Mrs. C. A. Invited. -

I guests of Mrs. Aapinwall's parents tifully decorated with_ fern Flitch Mrs. W. J. Epperson Mrs. Miss Bonlee Ford of Marlnnna NAT SEZ
I Mr and Mrs. T, S. Williams, at flowers. beRU-i' C. F Hoover'of Starke were visit- Is visiting her slater Mrs R. A. : [LJ I1

Duncan spent Saturday Mrs. W. G. Stringfellow Is convalescing I their home on Cherry Street. Those, attending 't la! ing 'friends here Monday after Griffls, this week.
at her, home on South I Dr.'O. W Brown Jr.'of Tampawas Well folks, we'veot a pretty good 1
1 keonvUle affair were: Mr. and Mrs R. R. i noon.H. ball team now, and I don't want 't 1' f
Cberry Street from a several D: May of Hampton! visiting his parents, Dr. and
was
days'illness. 1 A. a
Herbert Durden of Madison i ,
Thede Mir. and Mrs.,E M. Ben- you to make any engagements for d
Brooker was a Mrs. G. W here i
cf business visitor'here' Rrown, Tuesday.VOTlrW <
R. T Osteen spent the weekend here withbisfamily nett, Mr. and Mrs.: W, C. Wooten i Saturday. the next twelve + s ?
Itor,, here Monday. who ,have been spending Mr. and Mrs. O J, Anders, Mr. and' G. H. Counce of 'Waldo was ,a -- OF KIXAI.Notlctt Ialnl'eleHon! or fourteen ; qL
Col.: D. E.,, Knight and C.. L. several days here with Mrs. Dur- Mrs.. H. B. Arwood.'Mr. and Mrs. business visitor 'here Monday, IM. hereby Klvvn to all whomIt Thursdays because h', ,
of Lake Butler ockwoJI: spent the latter part of den's mother Mrs. J. H. Ritch. Melvin Flitch? of Gainesville may ooncitrn that wa have ftlMd on that I e
George Johns Vernon Rowe. Mr. And Mrs. C. R. our "report ot Hcroimtn/ and mnda. aI' +
j visitor here Tuesday., last week attending to business In Whitehead, Mr. and Mrs., A. H. spent the week-end here with rela pllrntlun. for dtachers. to tho Him. day during the 4'
s a Miami. tives. rnbla n. K P..rrynmn, ,' County' months of June,
,
Mr, and Mrs. C. C. Shepard and Harley Jr.. Mr: and Mrs. F. R. Jutlffa of Hrmlford County, Florida,
and August
l\w, D. E. Knight spent a few little daughter of Hilliard have Carradine, Mr and Mrs. J. M. Red- O. W.: Roberts was a business MHO. after May 2Mh, 1\1\ 4, will i>r... July tho stores. { i
B visitor to F't. Meade. oeed to mukn dtHtrlbiitlon ( the
o
lID Jncksonvllle this week. The Rev and Mrs B. M. Mont- been guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. dish, Mrs. G.' W. Robert. Mrs. T. L. Wednesday.P. a..lalll ofJ, ,.W. A 1\',,,,,,, Dinklua and who (
ye gomery'and the Rev and Mrs. C. Knight for several days at tho J. Terry, Mrs V'R. Reddish Mrs.J. family :N." t>. WAtNWJUUHT, the afternoon I rv
have been residents of this I *_. .II. ,ALVAKKExerutol'R /,
street Dendy of Alacuua spent B.. Price spent Tuesday in Jack- Knight residence on Call Street.Dr. P. Wyrlck'Mrs.. R. F. Howell, phc&for ); of the Kittnfa. of and you can e" y
day in Starke with friends. sonville. Mrs. Effie Miner, Mrs.; O, J, Phillips several years, Friday moved to 5-44tl5-5\ | \ J. W. Alvarez have a good tY ,
,
and Mrs. W. B. Parks, Miss Miss Luella Tatum. :Miss Bes. time out Game s

|1r and Mrs. R. C. Buford were Mrs. Lafayette Williams has returned Kitty Hogsed, Miss Beverly Cady sic Terry Miss ErWa"!,:> Blanchard, for Old Call tho .small a's ;
Tuesday., and Woodfln Halle Miss Rea Thede, MUs ,Authf\.rlne
Jacksonville spent Sunday
'itor to
", from Opp; Ala., where she sum of two bits.
afternoon in Fernandlna Blanchard, Misses Ruth and Rosa t
attending
haa TOGROCERY If troubled
spent several weeks visiting TIP you are with indigestion
Rupert Cavlness of- Ocala, was relatives .. the ball game between Starke and Mae Rowe Miss Hilda' WyrIck kidney trouble low blood t ,

IbuslneBS visitor bere Monday. I Fernandina. ---1.- 1 pressure, tonnolitl. or any of those' f'
..J.. Improvements\ '
Street common ailments I know that an ,
I\V -Wimberly was a business Billy Powell Is spending some Mrs. W. E, Bryant has been removed -- City employes are this week repairing exciting home town ball game wilt\ '
\ M time in Savannah, Ga., visiting his ,
Tuesday. to her home here from St. some of the city streets \lo you IotA of good. ;
.,tor to Jacksonville uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs R.
Luke's Hospital Jacksonville, which were damaged by recent Lea' go what do you say 1 +

C. H. Driggers of Lake Gahagan.Mrs. E'I' whore she has been a patient for rains. THIS' UKKK'S / SPECIALS i

Sry. the past three weeks convalescingfrom t
litler was a visitor here Monday. H. C, Wimberly and -
; an operation. Personal STARKE. y FLORIDA Ladies Wash Dresses i'
Ethel nicks of Highland were
:Mrs.. J. S. Howard of Dukes was guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. N.T. Cola,:H. V. Knight attended political Mrs. E. Boyer( of Ocala was visIting Slow" in to M
visitor here Tuesday afternoon. Green. rallies at Sanderson and relatives here last week. LOOK FOR THE lUG SALE PAPER IN YELLOWAT 78c ,

attending Macclenny during the past few Mrs. J. H. Moore is visiting rela. THE FRONT DOOR THIS WEEK( d

flK'; H. Hart to Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Carpenterand days and addressed the audiences tives and friends at various points _

Islness In Jacksonville Tuesday. little daughter of Miami: were for the Hon. Claude Pepper, candi- In Tennessee. Ladies Summer Hats &

I visiting relatives here duriKS the date for United States Senate. Mrs. Lucille Plummer is visiting t
I Mr and Mrs. W. T, McIver oflalmm weekend.Mr relatives and friends In Gainesvillethis Wesson Oil SpecialBEAUTIFUl Hniiill, and 1 Wide83c yhnpes.

were visitors here Friday ,- lira. W. 1. Edwards and little week. ,. ,
Fredvlka and Mrs. W. .
daughter, ,
:. A. F. Saul? spent: the week Mrs. E. L. Biggs of Starke was! ICE BOX.,
of Gainesville was W. Page and little son Billy of
T.
|Sam Dell end at Ft. Liudarda'.e"wifa( : Jur.Sauls visiting here Saturday afternoon. '
tending to business here Monday. who :.s !IcfiatO'J::! there for sev Jacksonville are, spending this Mrs James T, M roe of Plant Iron Clad Overalls
week here with Mr. and Mrs. W. SALAD BOWL\ FREEWITH
eral weeks. weekend here with
City spent the .
;
.
and, Mrs. C., H., Nasworthy H. Struth and Miss Kate Struth. .11 Made, Flap I'oc'k..t98c 2
Mr. her parents, Dr, and Mrs. G. W.
rs visitors to Jacksonville Mon Mrs./ W. Middleton; Mrs.-.E.: S.: Mire Lois' Adkins la spendingthe Brcwn. EACH QUART WESSON OIL AT

I, Matthews and Misses Madge and week-end !In Gainesville with Mrs. C. S Strickland of Gainesville

y.Yo' Hazel Middleton spent Thursdayin her cousin Miss Margaret Adklns, visited here !Sunday.! 39cBANANAS
L. Johns of New River wasIbuBlnens Jacksonville. ., !MEN'S UIHTK OUC'K'Trousers
and while, there will attend the Prof. and Mrs. W: L. Beacon aro .
visitor to Starke Mon
commencement exercises of Gainesville visiting various points In the Middle -
y. Miss Mollye Berman of Jacksonville High School, tram which the West and will visit the Cen- PACKED Irully !Sanforized

spent the first of the weekIn latter win be graduated. tury of Progress In Chlpago before. IrVACUUM '
lL W. Mann of Lake Butler was Stsrke as the guest, of Miss returning home. $1.50 i iMena

tending to business hero Tuesy Rosalind Jacobs.A. George B. Flynn'of Denmark
Mrs. E. E. Barthlow of Middle-
y, ...: S. C., spent the week-end here with
burg and Mrs. T.: S. Cllchrist of 3 Pounds IQc '
y E. Wall; Jr.,. is abe) to be out his family. Mr. Flynn was accompanied Burnsmith Ga., are visiting at the tINCOFFEE Dress" Shirt* +

| and Mrs. Herbert C. Rltchnt again after being confined to his from Savannah, Ga., by home of their parents, Mr and I \\>ll Made Color Fast Itt
Saturday afternoon In Jack- jom*' for several days with a Mrs. R. E. Gahagan find son Pow-
ivllle.IMFS. badly Injured foot. ell, who spent the weekend here Mrs. W. H. Biggs. \ ,98c A a
of was a
Brown
M. F. Tampa
LARGE LEMONS Pound
1 i .. : ( with her father. L. C, PowelL .
Visitor here Wednesday.R.
J. W. Edwards and children Mr: and Mrs. '0. B. Stansburyand in IT .'ATO BUY ATSTERNBERG'S'
at Sunday with relatives Jn Nathan In the last letue cf the:: Tele- P. Jones, who Is employed 29 c
Mrs. Preyatt were
it stated that Mr. and Ft. Meade spent ..the weekendwith Dozen
tmesvlUe.IShprlff visitors to Jacksonville and St. Augustine graph was 19c {
Mrs. Wilbur A., Scott entertaineda his family here.' :

W. B. Brannen, Jr., of Saturday.. .. .. .. .. few friends on their wedding an Eumpter and Dan,{ Harley week.are ; ,
It should have read Visiting in Ft. Mead this,, St rkeFl 'ddWallaG
Ike Butler, was a'busmess visitorre Miss Dorothy Ritch la spending niversary. .. '
Rev, and Mrs James Lyell were -- --- ----- -- -----
"Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Scott enter- --
| Monday. several days in Madison with her
visitors to Jacksonville Monday.
tained in honor of their son and
brother-In-law> and sister, Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Jones Is Vialting rela
daughte.r-ln-law. Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
Davis of Green Cove
George F. Mrs. H. A. Durden. '
tives at Ft. Myers.
"
bur A. Scott.
[rings was a business visitor toirke -- O. A., Andreu-of Starke visited

Monday. Mrs.Maria Hull has -returned to 'Mra. Josephine Edwards is expected ,relatives here Sunday afternoon

her home here after spending the to arrive here, this week- Mrs. O. W. Roberts and children Sturgis'
Icol. and Mrs. Horace Wilson and past year in Redlands 'With her end from Sarasota where'she has were visiting in Starke ''Tuesday e'

IilOren\ of Bronsqn were visitors sister Mrs. Martin. been visiting her son-in-law and afternoon- .

I Starke Friday. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R. O, DanIel Mr and Mrs V. R. Reddish and

Miss :Mina Manassa Is spending for a visit with her son and Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips were
|Mf. and Mrs. J. B.,1,''Crews ofIlia several days in Atlanta, Ga., with laughter-ln-law[ 'Mr. and Mrs/ J. visitors to Jacksonville\ Saturday

Butler were, visitors here her brother-in-law and sister, ,},I.r. W, Edwards!: at. their home: .on The many friends 'of'Mra. W. H.' .

turday afternoon. and Mrs.: J. P.'-sums. CherrV Street, r* BliP''will regret to. learn'\ .of,her, ;HEADS THE' FIELD

.
)Sir and Mrs. H. H., Young and Mrs. L. W H Jbrook' and kittle ( .t '" .t1I"' .

n. Theodore were Visitors to con of LakeCity, were in Starke J j' ,t
Icksonville Tuesday. Tuesday'-visiting.her' parents,' Mr.

and Mrs. W. L. Andrews.Mr. ., FrL-Sat.Sun. Jacksonville's' Only '

IMrs.[ A. V Long of Gainesville The '

:nt Tuesday here with'her moth. and Mrs. ,James A. Lewis 'MAY'' .

Mrs. S. E. Brownlee. have recently moved to the Kick- STAGE ,SHOW '
25: 26 -- 27
liter House on "Walnut Street ,
:Miss' Lillian Sternberg is apend- where they have an_ apartment. y+

? several days at Daytona Beach T, fNSECOND L
|th! JIIss Peggie Turn bull.IMrs. Mr. and Mrs. Murrah Rooks are : F DISTRICT'S

announcing the arrival of a daughter .

W, C. Downing''' and little Lora Beatrice, on Saturday, IN PERSON ,
In. Harry, are enjoying a visit May 12, at their home at Alachua. ft '
,
lib ,relatives in Jacksonville "

Mr. and Mra. Thomas JV. Turner JANIS ANDREIN : Choice Fort .
(Col. H. O. Brown and daughters and two sons of Bronson have been '1 \"

|lilieS Iris and Marie of Lake But- enjoying a visit here with Mr. Tur- HER DARING ,;t,;

r were visitors here, Saturday.. ner's' parente.-Mr.:and.Mr.. *., r
rurner.,
lira W. H. Hart and Mrs. N. D. I

rtnwrlght. Jr., are enjoying a Mrs. S. F. Hamrick had as her CONGRESSMAN
DANCETHAT
veral I days' visit in Baxley, Ga. guest for the week-end at her homeon FAN

South Walnut Street, her sons ,
Mr. and Mrs. Frazier Shaw and In-law CoL W. H. Nollman of '
I{ "
.
II I, '
''Wren of the State Farm were I Sebring. :MADE + .: DEALERFQR DEAL "
'N'E\V
f THE NEW
itors
here afternoon.
>
Saturday
__ -t-- Miss Beth 'Wimberly -of Highland i, THE WORLD'S FAIR FAMOUSt\ t.' "'' ...... .-. .,. :'j.."....... I *

:Mire Freddy Wimberly is spend- haa been spending several t H .r ... E
S with brotherinlawand The Slant Sensational Dance !In Show History J J0V
several days at Highland days here with her
STUHGIS Oilier
r grandmother. Mrs. H. C. Wim- sister Mr. and ,Mr,. NelsonT. : J IC '
rly THE SCCEKN"MERRY :
Green.
:"\ > SAYS: 'Cnrididthj( J Say '.

Mrs.Addle Walnwright and son, :. ,,.. WIVES OF RENO"Palace !

;ENT A mm George; of Jacksonville spent' Friday I % ,, _
In Starke with her brother "I- "'i !"tig"t for ,*.:"f&V\RE! & DE.VL O'I. 1

I and slater-in-law. Mr, and Mrs. O. Theatre Fl<>rl .'..>hlpp, r!v. 1,. ME TOO! '. 'tf tt M, ..

COLUMNWING.Plato A. Andreu. I .e-,5 "
I ",Ii' '
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h JACKSONVILLE ,. ,r, 4 ':I,
or fancy: reasonable r Mrs. O. L. Beasley Mn 'Jean- t achooi r"i
.t" I FEDERAL AID for the i t
price. Mla Ethel Moore. .ette Kincaid of Tampa, Mrs. M. C. .:. ..advoe'sste ME TOO! i

PEWRITER RIBBONS. carbonMper Edwards.Lois'Adkina Mrs. A. Z. Adkina Tuesday and in HOW WOMEN CAN WIN MEN ',,1"J"r ,'., ,t.\ \ I' ;
Miss spent, \ -.. i.r 1 ii ., J y
isle
and second sheets on
,Jacksonville.Mrs. 1 believe In eslabllilhin'governmant; ho.pltal\ '"'".. It
the Telegraph. office. Phone 29. renter where poor people one hf trtnt: crttaoaf t ',' + :. ME .rrOO'ti""t'!'

ttJST. Jeanette Klncald of Tampa AND ,MEN, ] WINThe Ihe-bfrTi emit of private hnepltal..' tIt;:< ."' :- j ,
'4tf
4 ,
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'' ia a guest of her brother-in-law ..- -:-- ,.. .
'Small. white dog, one Mrs. O. ,L.tteaaley. ** J .. -. I' ,- .[,. ,
Mr. J
and
black and sister
eye one brown ear. Re- Favor cf Other'Men treat. 'i ."'S
fa for at their home on. North "GroWtD for growing cnlldron.* I.d.west. : "'I
return to Bishop children. Street.' giving. work to.farmer* In famito In ftlf ME TOO!, ,'. 1l.'jf
,Walnut of bile apart them to ..> rid .f thin .e.aoa +_. '" .
Unless two pint Joie wa .
L.\.YAN RABBITS FQRPedigreed' that d...ro"" Tour' pmniuM$ ella..... Tba q,
SALE l 'TaUariasBta flow daily 'from your liver into .'t do It. for th.y only!' mo. out UM -.j' ,
+ -
Canova' of
breeding : Mis. W. R. your bowel., your food decayi In tail *.iwl of your bov>..1.l a.d.tbab! .....'. .. ,, .r..r y
.c:1c.: See E. R. Bowers at Cano- : tnd Miss Mary Belle Ives of bowels.. This poisons your lulu away ._.b ..< lh. ....,..l poUn. '
Pharmacy, It Lake City were In Starke Monday: your whole body. Movements get hard C won't' kflp.t nil. I believe It lo the duty ef the Federal l Govern- ME TOO!' ,'j{
I Only a fit* Kow .: roar bile Jalr we' meet. to take care of the aged and Infirm. t
'W visiting ,JoInl. E. E. ,Canova and and constipated. You (get yellow ton tans d.w i al.o (a yaav hnwola. Tkn .
; READY some more of Miss :Mary J=anova.'i ., tongue, yellow skin pimples dull mtM" vtt-'able ir+NIIeLfte 'a4el ata t tn ... ,.. ., '':'l.lf'ir; :, i ',"; '
'hose "
re' go1x1 7T.p3und: fryers.R.C.DU : < f .,;.....; eyes, bad breath bad taste gas,] a Uttte( .U!flaw.,r at I'llte.roar No M eaJom.f, talc. l 1 nwrvuryC Cutw :" )f.. .. "Y1. ,"f/f; <" -

o.'Kinsley Lake Jacobs'' was \in dizziness, headocne..e. You have b"'- I I.: CU'tM'.. Only. an., mild __Woo I bvIl.ve In no thrij.iliia; at'r atuf In tJl40 veter- ME TOO'11II'
Misayl3SsaIud !
'J. Up attending: >orn..a. ngrlyakiBgoul! m 'U4nsr. -, est""" ... II toe. ..4ebarnt .101. briM hack.. r"u-: or taxH>yt>r*. eye.*.
JacksonvilleThuwday.: .,' soar-thjnktp peraon. ,You rosnal wI1t i ate .1"" tvHlnvI
)Po SALEC Lake the marriage of Mls Mollye Berman have"'lost perconat charm.' ...,'. 1.4111. Io'"" 1'111. II Sm'Nty. M
Klngslty f your hew Iootd.,.. 2.. at. day, ort.......
Iol One Cf ;ittleat locaUoa to Isador Greenberg of Everybody want to;run from you Rolt1.".._....i. Jo.t a. .....r. '- It FOR NEW ,
lake. facing Ji .front and runs Gainesville: which was solemnized Butdon't take talt'mineral; a.y Ims toom jo.,tl h e.y wre4Va lcI, ....".... VOTE THE, DEALER FOR THE NEW DEALl ,

I) feet. to htgHi .y: Reasonable that afternoon at ,4OO: ,o'clock: 'at [, waters oil, laxativee'pills. tax- tl..r .PIli.A>k "It far rata1 C..rtcr'aid 14W.q.$ ..rrMII. &J.' I' -'t y) ,1 Political Adevrti .m nt,' "'
Mrs.' bome. tire taadieeorcltwtg$ ; gum and .b.I,_ ...,. e1U""C" ., ,
a. FtiIa.mrtdE.Up; t! si rkle'e .
:
: ". ,x>&l'Si <,?.iww(: !w.io'it, <\.J5'Ji. >,,.'I!tAc.. .: !! ..,.Ii'J .," .. ,.m'.. "..'_it.',. ,; ,,,'.'..1,"I ,V"'. T""..".I\.IH.tY \ ',.,. ". ,. ,,, .\\1''J,1ti ....... ,.I' "k, -,, I\f.'1-- (' ,.. .J.I4," 'ar.'i.:-'id. eigr tiF o.", a, 'y'/:1y.Y PA'.'i. jt'AWjV.y ,rq ..1'w j' ;.,.F X41+45? 'rL6'RMe7, R '!M qa; e ,)yi

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;ft? PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, LAY 23 b


?a NRA TESTED ABOLISHMENT'
I "'
Hints To 11 JACKSONVILLE Federal
JACKSONVILLE
I I government!\ filed first of several Jer"l1C: '
1 t Connor executive
suits contemplated "against pub- officer say I
'FARMERS I Weekly from Home STATE NEWS licly known violators of minimum office of comptroller of ,

SECTION I Yon Specialists, 4 price provisions of the NRA," in Ida Emergency Relief AdminS'tlon

'! 1 U. S. District Court here Thursday, has been abolished. 1.. Warr'

Conducted by Demonstration A ents.RURAL KEEPING TRACK OF ews of Florida in Short Paragraphs and the defendant promptly took tinue Baker to the comptroller, will (q)(,
-' up the gauntlet by declaring for a serve as Civil Works a
ministration
No method of keeping t finish fight. Test of the constitutionality auditor until an
8
a good one for you unless of the National RecoveryAct counts of that organization: ,
tdywI.k l II -iI [ IL -------- ---- cleaned up, Connor
It convenient. said
It Is ab was Indicated by Charles F. Then I
4 that, because some and his Publlx: added, Baker will be a
Johnson president special
Farm Income Climbs ; FAILS I JOIN OIL SURVEYJACKSONVILLE dltor for the a
pert tells you that card Discussions Cleaners, Inc., who were named in FERA.,
; Raymond para-
Under First Year are the best means for Tampa, was killed of gas an oil possibilities in Florida an Injunction proceeding tiled by -

ti COMMON SENSE cipes>, you should try to In a fall of more continued here recently among District Attorney John W. Holland. FUTURE FARMERS\ :MEET'
Of Adjustment Act recipes in this way If TALLAHASSEE
his parachute representatives of five companies. The Futu
4 By SPUDS JOHNSON find It most convenient., and failed to The group made an inspection tour, SAVE VEGETABLES!: Farmers of America, an organ)

Cash Income of American agri- There is often the the municipal air- of a tract of approximately 12,000-i WAUCHULA-The residents of tlon of farm boys In Florida, 'A'I,,

HIGH QUALITY CATTLE, culture increased more than thirty- using a card index box 000 acres of land between Tampa four Hardee 'County communitiesare send some 300 officers and men

!MORE, BETTER FEEDS nine per cent during the year that the cards dre and Tallahassee which has been canning 131,000 cans of vege- her to the University of Florid i

i HELP BEEF INDUSTRY which ended May 1, 1934.This use and not replaced.' If !J FEIIA explored previously with geological tables thIs Springs, County Agent June 4-6, for the annual con*

p marked improvement In the this true in your case State Sena-I instruments. C. E. Baggott has announced. Can- tlon. The organization has (ort
this system and try ning kitchens, built with FERA labor seven chapters with
farm Income situation cited the approximate
was bytht' Slkes declares
+ With the number of beef cattle
Ad- It may be that an old BETTER CITRUS PRICES and equipped by the Board of 2.000 members J. p. Williams ,
Agricultural Adjustment Relief Admin- ,J
in Florida at 600,000
: placed by composition book will state adviser
estimators and at a ministration last week In a general Its system of ask- TAMPA-More than a quarter County Commissioners will operate reported. OOvern
some nearly summary of the first twelve useful to you. A "cut off million dollars Increased income at College Hill Fish Branch, Sholtz and others have been I h
purchases
million other;; it Ie readily seen
by tween this and the vlted to make
that the beef is important month operations under the Agricultural of the merchants came to Florida growers last week, Popash and Zolfo Springs. The addresses at ti'
industry an -
Is the loose leaf notebook. Gainesville
farming enterprise, In this Adjustment Act which I sharing In the' In better prices for oranges and citizens have co-operated in buy- meeting, which will t,
' new recipes may be to C. C. ing the cans and County Agent featured by a public
state. It follows that whatever was passed on May 12 last year. : : grapefruit according speaking coi+
where wish, but test for the
you of Baggott is supervising the can- members. und
Estimated farm income exclusive Commander, general manager the an
the beef
to cattle
helps Improve
+ industry will redound In worthwhile of the value of products usually taken out when CORN J Ithe I Florida Citrus Exchange. Flor- ning. Home demonstration agents nual banquet.
hence do not become .
} benefits to the state as a used on the farm, for the period Alan oranges averaged $3.15 per box from Gainesville have given demonstrations --- -

i whole. which ,ended May 1. 1933, was laid. field JOhn-I In the ten large markets last week, In the county and will Remnants of Jelly may be save

$3,979,000,000. In the year ending Some housewives find deraJ grapefruit $260 per box. .return 'soon for more work along melted together and remolded i

The production of better quality May' 1, 1934, the cash Income Is estimated helpful system of all to this line. It is planned to give, this way they are made appetii

l beef, which will sell for better at'm will be Corporation
the market
,
prices on a big
e nothing else. This of the near future. flavor is
000-an increase of more than TALLAHASSEE-Florida auto. improved.
+ step in the right direction. The be- of corn for
$1,000.000,000. Of this Increase In be one of the complete
north and mobiles will haul ninety-three tons
In the
ginnings of that step are now noticeable
agricultural Income, rental and prehensive books of of steel and 2,000
approximately
Florida.
In areas of Florida. of
Tests the many station benefIt payments to farmers whoooperated You will find almost gallons of enamel paint next year
by experiment
with the administration you wish In such a book,
: -
It as license tags are sold as 1WARNING
1 and cattlemen have shown that ALL HOMES! many
animals of Improved quality can in adjustment programs accounted will usually find it -In a written anticipated by the State Motor, Vehicle @
for more than twelve jot down suggestions and
per Department The steel and
be carried on the range. and will General Cary D.
/ mature into beef that Is of better cent., on the margin of the that the proposed paint will be uced in the manufac-
at the end of
u,a+ quality than that produced by native At the close of the first year under each exemption In Flor- ture of 450,000 new tags by the :'
find room to write ..
aj steers. Naturally It sells fora the Adjustment Act farmers may to all homes up to State Prison plant at Raiford.
gestions for other food
better! have signed more than 2,860,000 --
\ price.Recently .OOO of which the
tions that be worked
the experiment station contract to restrict acreages under may a resident of the SINGING TOWER STAMP
the aid of the recipes in
'marketed some steers which had production control plans which as the owner. MIAMI-The Miami Chamber' of
There I Ie always the
benefit In ad-
provIde>
r been fed for 130 days on the station payment In using one recipe book Commerce recently pledged its co-
1R farm. These steers bad been lltlon, approximately 800,000 become used to the WEDDING operation to the Business Women'sClub
farmers are benefiting from marketing of Lake Wales In the club's
a4 bought from Florida cattlemen. to
agreement which have system of one authority -Shortly EXPECTANT MOTHERSU
;4 When slaughtered by a Jacksonville thus better able to carry > have been mar drive to gain a United States pos-
been Into effect the
put during
packer the beet of the steers 1 recipes of the same of this city tage stamp featuring the Bok

graded "fancy choice" and were year. Initial steps are being taken become accustomed to the a Miami Milk Singing Tower at Lake Wales. The you have ever been a patient in prescription which
towards additional any he
adjustment
wroUl)
programs tower dedicated the late President -
? old In Florida as meat equal in of measures, to the wax killed by any hospital, you are probably But
as well a* expansion of most important of
s q value an dprice to the so-called Coolidge to the American peo- familiar with the all isen
beneficial marketing that authority, and hence Thursday advantages of a tie liquid laxative does
agreement
r "Western"\ beef. Markets advertised overturned. Ho ple on February 1, 1929, houses ruM laxative not teen
toward her a* you would bowel strata to the
and code. of fair competition. moat delicate
the faot.that it was Florida the machine. one of America's largest and finest
,Created at a time when"farm an old friend. system.'one" this, it of the utmm
1 bed of extra good carillons. All doctors know,the ,value of
? quality r
prices were. borne do'vn under'the the laxative whose dose be Importance to expectant mothert ant
;Many P'Iorld.c.tUemen, are now OFFICE!: can to ehiUr,
weight of immense.surpluses, the every
h, selling beef"which goes on the market : -' The state LOANS TO CITIESJACKSONVILLEApproval measured and' whose..action_can ,'Expectant
Agricultural Adjustment Admlaistration r RISING be controlled. mothers are urged !to
regularly as "Western" beef I centered its activities: upon has under of try gentle regulation of bowela with

It I I. of a quality which rank It i the tack of better adjusting production .. of alleged a plan providing loan to cities The public,too. is fast returning Dr. Caldwell'i Syrup Pepsin It n
Ml H. M. MelU c.
with the "Western" and It bring to demand. Through the I in the regional facing loss of work projects, because to the me of liquid laaati: et.People a delightful.-tasting laxabvt ol

+" a good price on the market. machinery of the Adjustment Act The charges they cannot furnish materials bav4.now learned that a properly delightfuLi action: made I of frail

I nl?' r i Two things are 'recognized a* armer* have been organized Into .W",C. Howard of executive coun- Is sought by Julius F. Stone prepared liquid laxative brings .herb*,'pure pepsin and ctivsMnnn.

necessary to secure good quality in production control associations to was a business visitor to League of Es- 'Jr., Florida emergency relief administrator perfect movement without dieNot a single mineral drug to be

Florida beef cattle. These are better wry forward these necessary ad- tion Friday. which declared a In. letter to Cor- comfort at the Urn, or after. Dr. absorbed by the system, or Irritate
who did not rington GUI assistant Federal administrator. CaldweU's long experience with the
1 breeding and better feeding. ustment*. Fred Halslop, Jack kidneys.!,' ?;. .
and much" remains to be Arthur employed in Stone explained any mother and, babies, and hit remarkable 'Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Both are,. coming, coming Although McRae made a
Senator Park money the cities coult put up record of nearly /thrttthouuutt Pepsin i il
a& rapidly. one, a real beginning of adjustment trip to Jacksonville an approved
the adminis would have to be Included In the births without the lots of
preparation and
baa been accomplished, and Mr. and Mr*. E. E. kept
Purebred beef,cattle, 0(, course, mother
and one or child should
Iready farm income i* showing dinner urged Budgets, usually drawn up in Oc- give ready for use by all
Sunday
aelf for high prices on the market. J'U.u tober. anybody complete confidence in
It has been found that grade offspring Important Improvement. due in Mrs H. H. Lewis and druraists. ____

t' of native cow. and purebredbeef pert at least to the better balance Edna, Mr. and Mrs. H. M.'r'm one

f bull also sell well, and this ot supply with demand. Definite and children and Mr." and

class of cattle can be carried on progress ha* been made toward ton Connor. r ,

the range with perhaps some supplemental "parity" tot farm prices which I I. Those who attended s.

a' holding' :Marketed when the object of the Adjustment cream supper at, the home

''X' they are young, these animal givea A year..ago the ratio of prIce. the and M
quicker turnover" in the beef armer received to the price he night were Mr. and Mrl.T.. RATINGThe

business and furnish the market paId WM fifty-two. It now ha adanced man and children and .

with desirable cuts. to sixty-two. of Gum Branch Mr. and

M. McRae of Pine Level
Purebred bulls are coming Into
Four Agricultural and Mrs. L. A: Crosby.
the state in larger and larger numbers CC
Mr. and Mr. N. C. q
and cattlemen are showing
Courses To Be Given
fix' children and Mr*. E. J. .h
much Interest In Improved pastures
ited ,.relatives at Hellbronn
G + and other feed producing" During Summer Term .A shower was given last
projects. This worthy development
aGROWTH
night at the home of Miv
la receiving encouragement I
GAINESVILLE course In I Walter Underbill In honor
,, from all ef the state's service
i- agronomy and two In horticulturewill i and Mr*. Comer Edward
agencies concerned with livestock
development be offered by the College of I Mr., and Mrs.. Claude

Agriculture University of Florida children of Hellbronn r e Sa ,

this summer, according to announcement tive here Sunday.' e a-
STOP AT by Dean 'Wllmon+' Donald ,McRae and"

Newell. The summer term opens ward of Stark''were ,

'VIOLA'Sr on June 18 and closes August 10. this section SUnday'

Dr. O. C. P,ryn will instruct in Mrs. T>+ N. Norman and "I

/ r.. the nature and properties of soil ten, Helen and Dorothy,, ,

? Sandwiches a. related to fertility and crop production Branch spent Saturday fi

while Dr. p H. Senn will Norman' JN'enu.Kr.and

"" ... offer a course In principle of M.',McRae. ,

I ICE COLD BEER breeding. The course In horticulture We are eorry to report

Ak For Our Prices en Case will concern floriculture and of W R. Hattlop., We hope During the past half century, Florida's population'increased'

d l ael..ewrF forestry, and will be taught by soon be well again cent while'the i. '
F i I Bill's. Service Station Major W. L. Floyd. Floyd Crosby made ,a per population of the country as a whole increased

trip to Jacksonville only 140 per cent. Yet Florida' growth has I The
"'re'.Y.0... Yse. 0. scarcely begun.
o.ti :
s Ase..r4.sS The rat la the greatest rodent ,Eld. C. A. Crosby filled >, ,. foundation merely;, is established.. Development o* this State'sn
pest ever known. tar appointment at f. va.tr "
J Church Saturday. night .'" l rh.. lOuree.i'siven; the proper 'impetus now;, will bring a newt

% REMEMBER ,THIS CROSS day.- .. aw ; and greater measure of prosperity In.: the future.'
; Mr. and Mr. James J
af .. ? The
of 'the' State Farm, : Department of Agriculture estimates that if Florida's. fertile
'r !
,r It Means the REAL ARTICLE Sallie Tyson and Mr*. J. 'S If"' !soil! were more utilized """State could support a population D

t 4 5 ley of Starke were visiting of 15,000,000. "It.I ,
{ .f' .Ti Mr*. W. R. Halslop ,Y\t', y, Peninsular country about twice the tat
night I of Florida, has a population twenty-six times as,great-

i S GENUINE> Of __ Charley John and '

It man of Starke were Analysis Florida't development in the shows'

!i :' t1 ASPIRIN Jhfsnufacturoj section Monday.Approximately.. rr' 0 periodic acceleration population growth;past five and decades indicates that


(t 1,200,000 we stand again 011 he threshold a prosperous advances jof


1 When you go to buy ajplrte. ROmembr th1.for your; ow. er ing* of the the bulk United of the State, :." .. orange 1880-1890 growIng- 45.2 aUr.eled per cent i increase.: Following be War between'the Staten.

( Jmat remember this: Every protection Tell,your' friends mercial production of All-- Florlda'Commit- lands and plantations nation-wide attention 10 Florida and many grow

s tablet of ,real. aapirta ol about it for their protection. hogs have signed 1890-1900 were establiahed. _
te 1 II 3S
J4+ S Bayer manufacture I. Demand and tract and will a non-partisan retarded' per cent increase. The linancial panic of the nmt'tlfI

stamped with this CI'OII.' No get Genuine 1934 corn-hog; program It i profit ,organisation were just growth' and the railroad building activities 0' FJ.ler and Plant
for the bC'ginning.
f tablet without this cross BayerApirin, ported by the Agricultural promotion ofFlorida' 1000.1910-42.4

i. GENUINE Ba7AIpirta.. ment Administration. welfare a. a per cent inneate. The railroads few and
a communities
;F i ...hot.. Study these week. one steamship company were advertising
Safe relief for headache colds Florida al a winter resort Soldiers
sore throat The Interest rate on ly announcement carefully r :urning from the Speniah.American War

pain* of rheumatism pd,.aeuriti.. eU. from production credit *o that you may aUrlt'lions. told coloflllaalee about Florida's

Genuine, Aspirin, DOM Hot f Hprm tion has been reduced know Florida and he 1910.1920-.25.7
layer fir.* Heart ---- .. per ant ineraee. The World War affected the influx of f
and one-half to five per better fitted to cooperate ppulalion: Tourist travel was reduced.

cording to an in t iU 1920-1930 _
future 51.6 .
d""' William I. Myers, governor : .prosperity. a tremendous building per Loom cent increa. P
For Farm Credit { ad depression which in Florida. J. spite of the stock: market r.ab
Expert RepairingSmith's follow j' the
hat million! new end of the decade saw FJoric With .
,In the twenty yean since ; permanent resident.

tablishment in the United And
nw, Florida is
ready for
Agricultural Extension new progreee.prepared for an-
-p.S served the farmer and tucr: Important step lorward. We

Garage well In almost every c"'ered; by spotlighting the DlUlt'&ra'P.. the opportunitf
attention
01
kind of emergency as H.tit's and living advanta the world on our pOSSI"

routine duties. e A properly unified arver

Phone 120 I D. .... aUta tJSJng}vpalatlon program for AU Florida will rkS.Dew' mil ions 01 weaJdI 1

Recently a philatelist sold acro.. our border.

Wrecker, Service .Day or Night cent United State revenue tsi a7] pldUC:=!+ stimulate .. create market for our crops ;
for 80 cent rE prosperity for aD of Let' to
only to find soot, en th.. urp.rt&nt: 1U., let
sons worth 94,000.' job NOW I,
.
.
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''Itit be a candidate to succeed. myself as the voters of my district to re. ,
f LOfHDAHIGHLIGHTS. .no6I 'NN # Representative of Bradford County, elect me, I will faithfully discharge
I 0 m M IU> HT IIH.II T> _. _. J Jta subject to the action of the Democratic all td''J.n' comlnabefore me to the .
primary In Juno. I am a rate- : : ability. Thanking: youor :c
ful to you for the srenerouej support ( the past support I am. .i
you have heretofore accorded me, Sincerely' yours
and trust that. my record as your L. 1,. CoNgilIt: 'I
servant hne been such that It will (Paid Pol. Adv. by I. U Conner),
commend me te support for another
your -
Thi word ill limp ""ti .y fat, U. I light ante my pala.-Pttlr* 119:105. term. With knowledge that I
4t have gained of the conditions existing FOB COUNTY eoatnissrowmia" 'L I
All ; and the remedies necessary to To the People of the Mroond County
1t,1'f.fnr"'spfiltSuu.. re1igloua teaching doctrine or be applied to bring back normal con Commissioner's District)
Ot, : creed if they are to have any claim ditions. 1 am better able to serve you I hereby announce I am a candi ,
'a the love. loyalty and devotion of the people, must be in harmony with than I otherwise would be. I have date. for County Commissioner, and
teschfags of Jesua the Chrlat whose words fit into every fold and crevice served you faithfully trying, to lessen wish to thank you In advance for .i a.
the tax: burdens and to facilitate your vote and support. ,
a tile human hear.tJ: and of whom!" it WM said In John 7:46,"NEVER MAN a return of prosperity. Having' served Hlmut. two years. r>n
AKE LIKE THIS MAN. Should you again honor me with th. City Council, City of Stark, dur.Inir 1I .
'1, your support, and re-elect me as the the depression. f Invite you to
atij utors of Bradford and Union counties) are Invited to UIK this donent )4 i '! Y UvpreRentatlve, 1 shall continue toserve Investigate my record. I believe you % 4
for new of church activities, organizations and ::4 you faithfully, and to the best will find. I have had a. part In ellmU ,
announce .
of my ability. nation of useless jobs and consolida 4
.... Space freely given and no charge made.-the only requirement C. C. DUTLER. tion of others, thereby effecting; a '
that such Item. reach this otfloe before Wednesday; morning; (Paid Pol. Adv. by C. U. lUule'r.) ."ot sHVlnsr to the ta",...y..r.. If I am
T tM they cannot be handled for current Inane.VKKE elected as Commissioner\ I shall
work to the same end In Bradford j
FOIl SJTATR'] ATTOIIMKV'] County.
Tvrrntr-"l Judicial Circuit Veryrespect fiillv,
[. : CHUKCH DIUECTOBY here are almost nothing as compared I hereby announce myself. us a I w. *t. ((MITCH: KDWARDa. z1 il'
Wi i,+ candidate for re-nomlnatlon ae Htnte (Paid Pol. AtIV.bY W. M. Edward
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i0itel with the ete\rnal\. life. If we ( ,, .4 a Attorney for the T".ntv."lw.h- .In.dlclal '
Church Circuit. composed: ; the counties ,
First Baptist reject God and and
Christ waste
k of Maker, Bradford and Union, FOR COIfVTY ro.MHIMloiVEn' : 4 '
V Rev. C. B. Price, Pastor. our time here in sin and neglect of subject, to the. Primary Klectlon" of IUSTHICT %o. a. .

unday School. 10:00: a.m.l; A. J. Christ's teachings, we wlU receive June your. support 6th 111:14:and and assistance will. appreciate, and assure dldate I hereby for County announce Commissioner myself a can.fol'DI..trl..t ''

lamas, Superintendent. eternal punishment and Borrow. you that If I am rrnomlnatedtn No. 8, comurlelna, Brooker '
give the same. thurouich. efficientand and New Itlver. subject, to the will
Worship, 11:00 a.m. Although uncrer-
cannot *
Morning we %
fully .
.,. 41.b .' b .. eronomlonl attention to enltt office ot the voters on June Sth.
b. Y. P. U.. 6:4S: p.m. stand the reasons therefor we have that 1 have In the pnst.. K elected I promise tn render von Ji Jia

.7tF Evening Worship 8:00: o'clock. confidence In Christ and the A. S. l-HRWS. fair. and Impartial administration
apos .
(Paid Political Adv. by A. !S: Craws..) and having served mi this board be.
Midweek prayer service Wednes. ties when they teU of a great future fore; I eel fully' I niiallfleil to serve

8:00: p.m.Church. day of reckoning when. as our P'OI.1t0.. .... no%mi you. Your vote R.will I T.be OSTEIOM appreciated.:, .

golden text says, "We must all appear ie taii 'S t take I nils o method of Hurtniinr-lntt' (Paid. Pol. Adv by U. T. O.t..n). :'
candidacy I for member of
my Hchool
'Oia Of Christ before the judgment seat of Hoard. from School District No.8. '
(First Christian) Christ." In the New Testamentthe comprising Hrnoker, Oralll.m. Hamp FOR COI''I' ,0'll'l.88.0llF:1I.' : : I $
ton and New IHSTHICT 4. .
River sui.Jo.'tto
K. Earl Voiles. Pastor. fact of,coming judgment Is set the will of the Democratic I take. this method of announcing t '

lervices for Sunday forth as a motive for careful and voters In the coming, primary I. my candidacy for County Commissioner '. ,.
In June from District t, comprising %
1834. If nominatedand ;
3lble School 10:00: a.m. faithful living on our part and for elected.. I promise' to work for Hampton,. ').h.r........ and. Graham ''I
..Vorshlp and Communion 11:00: charity in our attitude toward our I lie best Interest of all the schools subjvct to the will of the voter In I
U brethren. of Bradford County, and I earnestly the Democratic primary of June 5. I' ,
IL i. Roman 14:10: ; 1 Peter solicit your vote and ...uPPQ.t.IIJT If elected I promise to do my best .
Evening Worship, 7:30.: 1:17: ; 2 Tim. 4:1-2.: to render fair and Impartial decis u 1 ,
A ";r''lmull.Yl'n i! EWM. ions and, try to serve the best Inter-
'elcome. When Christ returns He will alt PaUl Pol. Adv. by Stafford I.. Cr ewe. asia of Iiradford, County .at all times' "
Your vote stud. support will b.appreolale.l. .
upon His throne and gather all nations I
trout .SCHOOL no\iii
:Methoaist Church before Him. His conversations I hereby announce my oandlilacy. n. V. SAXON. I _
.ev. B. M. Montgomery Pastor. with those upon the right and fur School, lUiard: member front l)lstrlct (Paid Pol. Adv. by II. V. Sux'on. ). _
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fLOS/DA'S FAMOUS No. S, comprising' South aturhe _
unday School 10 a.m. upon the left reveal to us vividlythe # and Theressii, subject to the will ot FOIt forVI'Y ToIMI'
Joining worship at 11:00: a.m.ouog principles upon which the .rewards __ .. /I BEAUTY SPOT the Iiemocratlc. voters In the June To the Democrat itlirrniCT *.... ... I
to ll..ct ore of I the
primary. 1C elected I will strive" In
People's Meeting:-6:30: and punishments will be the future us In the past to deal County ('omit,isatouers District Ne. 4, j _ _
U.Ivenlng. meted out. He will separate the A 720PCALWATe fairly with matters. pertainIng' to tile of Hradford County, Florida! I_ _
NW CJk schools ot I hereby announce my' ua".lhla.y '
B..ad'ord'ollnly.
My
VNGGAJ2LJbNS pact
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Worship-7:30: P. M. righteous from the wicked with L/L) MOIV// experience a. a board .member for member of the Hoard of County

Insight and accuracy. There will should value! to the taxpayers Commissioners. of Bradford County,. Ii i _ _
bhr..f .
Florida. from ..
I Commissioners. Dis
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AS es. iwae fc4'4 and on record as an offlclul
Church be
of
Prenbyterlan no miscarriage justice; there earnestly solicit your Vole' and support trict Number Four, Hint respectfully ''
.ev. George H. Lowry Minister. will be no evasions through techni- DvgLopgD w solicit the support of all true Dem.oorats I

iervlcea next Sunday as follows: calities. There will be no appeals #c O2/DA PALATKAr respectfully W.! U. MANNINO., ,of Hhotihl said, 1 District he eltctttil at the I plodg-e I'llmarles I _
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10:00: A. M.-Sunday School T. because men will then stand before O.eIDA--- (Paid Pol. Adv. by ,v. C. MniiiiliiH.) loyal" and faithful support to the
: -- ... best Interest of said county. I _
Williams, superintendant. the highest court in the universe!\ 1, -- '. KOII toi't'rycolilssJaiue! : A. U SULLIVAN.I

11:00: A. M.-Morning Worship; All men will acknowledge the The MRS. ARTHUR McKEE, a beauL1is} vast C. W. A. project, now regarded I take I hll.I, method of nnnuunuliia; (Paid! Pol Adv. by A. r... Sullivan: ).

mon by the pastor. righteousness of the judgments de. tiful water lily was developed in the as one of the most outstanding of its kind office my candidacy of County for rs-elorllon Commissioner for the for FOIl <'OI':NTV-('O'll'MI..U'II.,11' _

:S P. M. Evening: Worship; clared. new tn the world I Under the supervision of District No. I. candidate. I hereby for now. announce. myself a _______________
McKee Jungle Gardens near Vero Beach I solicit yniir vote antI County Commissioner
7.P, M. Christian Endeavor. support
from District
No. I. Mouth
Richard Forester, landscape artist, 11,000 and promise If .elected to dlai-hnrim' Htarke.
ng and sermon. Jens Hansen horticulturist.No the duties of this office to lie' best If my pnst service as Commlsslunep _____
A cordial Invitation to all oy palms; 95,000 azaleas and 200,000 other oC my ability. has hneii:: sittlsructory. thou I ask ____________ _ _
our one, who has not visited the famous' 'plants'ha e been added to the gardens, J. U. RORJl'1n. frlmary; your. support in the June ft.
rvlces extended to all.UNDAY (Paid Pol. Adv. by .1. M. Hosier.) lOloctloii.) If elected t prom.Ise
S BOB JONES RAVINE GARDENS near Palatka, can transforming the natural beauty of the t t.. render .you a fair Impartialndmlnletratlon. 0 _ _ _
FOIt rT7< OI.l Vlll) Having' ; served be
Conceive of the beauty and magnitude of ravines into a veritable wonder () fore
r on the board, 1 feet fully Ilualt.
SCHOOL for ::,11:1':: : ro ,'h .O"rlo'"r: ; ldllr; ...; fleil to serve you. _ _ _

LESSONMAY I OMMENTS' camps. visited his parents Mr, and Pchonla County and and am educated a Tax! I In fr"i:::: North School' "Htsrke' District and No.L.awtoy I, comprising subject to; Your a vote will J. he L. appreciated.UNDbiltIltLI:: .. ,

[ HAMPTON Mrs. J. I. Tucker,.,last Saturdayand ('ou n IY. If elected your Repr..en.tetive the will primary of the of vnfors June In 5.the If Democratic nominated NOTICH OF APPLICATION! FOIL.
ON I will support the schools of '
27,, 1934 Sunday and elected 1 will I I I font I I it tie, as st isela: :
Florida and Bradford to the
'- HERE..M. I JUm. A.. Nls s,.. Co. Marvin Birt and Joe Allen of limit ..f my ability and County endeavor to best In the for past all I the, to echools do what In the I think county: Is R.NOTICin 1-'. Jones 13, holder HIOHKlir. of OIVEN Tax Certificate That- _ _

Gainesville were business visitors see ttiat nil schools are given a iteepruifully No. B.'ll 7th day nf July, A. 1>.
Subject: The Last Judgment.GoWenText I HEREAFTER. deal .
square > J. CJ.) PHHVATT. t :so. has filed said certificate In my
: : "For we must' all W.'M. S. Reorganized here this week. I ant airaliiftt' the nn-fenre law and (Paid Pol. Adv. by J C. Prevail.) office and made application for tax, _ _ _
before the' seat Baptist There will be preaching at the will d,' my bent to *e. that this law Is FUn COUNTY COWIHlaillUMNII'' : : deed to Issue. thereon" In' aco,,rdo.ucs> _ _
pear Judgment Wednesday afternoon at 3:00:< net made, state-wide. I will also lend District II with law. Haiti certificate embraces
Christ." 2 Corinthians .5:10: "I am an evolutionist but I believe o'clock the W. M. S. of the Hamp. Baptist Church next Sunday, my best efforts toward the hard sur I hereby announce myself a candidate the following; descrllmd, property .tt. i0;
Bible." Is what and evening Sunday facingof the Htitrke-Halfnrd road. for re-election Commissioner uated In llrailfurd. County Florida
the That a morning : a. County
Practical Truth: We shall be ton Baptist Church met in the The future of Bradford County I. from Dlatrot South to-wltl! The Houtnweat Quarter of
No. I,
Iged according to the deeds done man said to the writer one time. home of Mrs. Idella Priest for the school at 10:00: a.m.', and B. Y. P.' my future .and the pxonte can rust Ht arlis, Bradford Cuunt! ). It reelected Southeast Quarter of Southwest ___ ___ _
This man thought he was tellingthe U. at 6:30: p.m. assured that I will have Iiradford X will continue to alve"thedistrict Quarter, Heel Ion Twenty-five Town.'
the body. of reorganizing as It has ship Five ,. .
purpose County at heart at all times, and If and county the beat serviceof South rtn Twenty-two)
rlme-Theae.words- were spoken truth but he wasn't. No man been Inactive for the past few Miss Mildred Morgan of Tampahas elected your Kepreenntatlve 1 will. which I am .,......b... Your vote Kast. aoiitalnlnc ten acres more or
can be..an... evolutlonls .and.b liev of work, for better schools, lower tuxes and,,support. will bs less
Tuesday afternoon of Christ's ; month been spending:;., a couple ...d'an economical operation of MALLOUY appreciated. The II _
even the first verse of the Bible. Hinson. She and under the ::1dnu1Fo.11.:1: ,. : '
t week. The theme for this month was weeks with the Misses our Htate County Government.I / (Paid Pot. Adv. by Mallory Thomas) we
The Bible begins with this state to her home last respectively solicit the support .. In the name of Mary Wynn. I _
'lace-The Mount of Olives. "Baptist Avenues of Service," anda was accompanied of every man, watnnii and' child of Unless said certificate. shall be r*- _
ment, "In the beginning God created Sunday by Misses Willie Mae and Bradford County. and your vote andfttiptmrt Foil fOI'NTY' COtI5II4toNliftie'i'itiC'l' : ] doomed according; to law tax, d.....(
rhe leason today needs careful very enjoyable program was ren B be "" No. II. will Issue
the heavens and the earth. on June will highly appreciated therson on the 16th day
''ding-"When the Son of Man dered. Of special Interest was a Okie Hinson. After careful' .."n..r".ratlon. I of May. A. 19 a 4. I _ _
The word "created" here Is a He. "Mrs. and Miss 'Alta Rhames and sister, CHARLEY K.i) JOHNS. hereby announce for, County Commissioner Dated:: ;I.P laud day of April, A. D.
ll dialogue by
> come in His glory and all they brew word which means "made out 1 Yesterday" Mrs. visited their aunt, Mrs. Paid Pol. Adv. by Charley lii!:. Johns.) for District No. t. Feel 1034. I
: angels with Him then shall "Mrs. Today which was given Dyal. like with the short experience 1 A. J. TUO IA .
alt of nothing. There are two He- by Mrs. Ray Colley and Mrs. J. W. Heidt, of Palatka this week. Foil RKPHKNKVrATIVRTo have had would. be able to serve Clerk ot Circuit Court, _
upon the throne of His brew words used for "create" in the S the Votere of Bradford County] you better In the I future than In Bradford County Florld' &- _
>ry. and before Him shall be first chapter of Genesis. One Home.: This was a contrast of the The vibration of fcuildlng when This is to advise you I that 1 shall the past. If It meets the approval 1 of 4-nIOtlo.U
Baptist work in 1845 when the
tiered
,
all nations: and He shall
means to form out of something trucks passed it was recently

>the arate shepherd them one dlvldeth from his another sheep, which has already been created. organized Southern ,'Baptist and present Convention conditions.was shown. by a record, on a photographic : THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH OFFERS YOUMAILBOX '

The word which means to create film.Political. .
m the After thct/'program officers were ',
goats: and He shall set out../f nothing is used In the first .
e sheep on His right hand but elected as follows: Announcements
verse about the heavens and the '
goats on the left.. Then shall earth. The same word Is used Mrs. Jessie Wi1s n, president; ..4 r

King unto them' His Mrs. M. L. Waternorv secretaryand FOR OOKOHF.XK
say on about the creation of animate and : r
nt t hand treasuer; Mrs. J. W.-Horne I hereby.'anm' >unre4 that I am a
Come bleaaed of
ye my the word Is used when member
same again candidate for the, ofure of _
her: and Mr: Ray Cdlley, com-' _
Inherit the kingdom pre- i It "God created man in His program tit the House-, of 'l4IJpr.s.IItiarIv.sfrom
ed for you from the foundationthe l says mittee; :Mrs.. Donnie Chesser Mrs. the Secnno'iCoiufresiMonal, District .
own image. 3. P. SulliVan and Mrs.. S V;;Jones of Florida.sunjwt te the Democratic I
world: for I was an hun- CC primary election In 'JunA, I
M, and meat Ii membership: committee. *' I have a record publlo aervlue In
oc.f
ye gave, ,me ; : Counties i
Raker and and the
i thirsty and ye gave me drink; In the second verse of the first After the meeting refreshmentswere Third -Judicial Circuit of Florida '

as a stranger and ye took me chapter of Genesis we read "and served and a.social. .hour. was. consisting of seven _...ntl.., the --
lurireet. in th. atat.. Jiou: are Invitedto
and enjoyed all.
by
naked and ye clothed me: I the earth was without form Inventlnate not oniymr record of tf
i sick, and ye visited me; I was I. void.", This i should be rendered Those 'present at, this 'meeting service but my manned 01 llvlna

prison and ye came unto me. "the earth became waste and deso were Mrs., Idella Priest and her f..llh hereDy service; promise rendered you my the people tame'

'''n shall the righteous answer late." God did not create earth daughter, Mrs: Jessie Wilson:boat and will continue to II".. If withinmy

". saying. Lord, when saw wee waste and desolate. We learn this esses, and Mrs. M. I... Waterson dignity power to, ao thl ae* high to reflect office.honor Should and

an hungered and fed Thee? from one Or two other passages of Mrs. J. P. Sullivan' Mrs J. V. the voter of thin dint riot .e. fit to Show actual profit next -

thirsty and gave Thee drink? scripture. God created out of Jones Mrs. D. W. Johnson, Mrs. bestow upon me thla honor they an on t.. _
armured that T will conaldert
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m' saw we Thee a stranger and nothing a perfect heaven'and a Ray Colley, Mrs. J. W. Horne; Mrs. may a Marred rent trust and that my every year's reading I I.. Your home newspaper ? ; I
< Boyd Mrs. Vernon Blade Mrs. effort will be for the beet intereete
Thee earth. Something happen.
In T\, or naked, and perfect ,' _
lied There a cataclysm Donle Chesses of the people I r.preent.Your and the pick; of this choice list of magazines '
thee? or when '-saw' wee ed to the earth. was support and vote Is lolloltcd ;
sIck, or in and which probably had to do The next meeting will be held In and will be appreciated.JAH. Aiis -
prison came K. (JIM) KEMT.Fald All for the amazing low below.
the home of Durden .. price given
But "Grandma" on
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tia Thee? And the King shall an- with the fall of angels. re Pol. Adv. by J... R. KeIlT.WAL'.A'fo i ia
tiy r and say unto them Verily I i member originally the earth was June 13. All ladles of the Baptist u _

unto you inasmuch as you I perfect. 'It became waste and des- Church are requested to attend COOH55s] wrtTniltsFOR

Viat e done it unto one of these my olate.' The earth was inhabited before these: meetings and any others will I respectfully announce that t am
and desolate. be cordially welcomed at time. fa candidate. for ConirreNa. second1)latrit't II
hren
waste any
it became
ye have done It unto me. ) of Florida, eubjeot to the I.
q shall He say also unto them 'God commanded Adam to replenish Democratic primary In June, 134. _
."e left the earth. It is the opinion of B. V. P. V. Render. Program Whatever appears to make more
hand Depart from me, of men In their
cursed. into everlasting fire the writer that all of these fossils The B. Y. P. U. rendered an Interesting ., : IIhf"o'l'peace, prosperity\ and

tared fc* the devil and his an- are the bones of 'animals' which program last Sunday happiness"to receive ha. had my actlv.and will support continue -, .ec/' o//Ae&r 7amoir/4 %rqjjjj _
; for this earth before evening. The subject, "Chrlst Is
I waS an hungered; possibly-were on no matter by what name or under
g became waste and deso- Teacher" was explained as to what banner It I. advanced.I SELECT ONEMAGAZINE
ave
I the earth
,
me thlrllty.1ye
no meat I waa ... In th. New" Deal an opportunity GROUPII YOU GET iELECT THREEMAGAZINE
iia gave me no drink I was anger late. When' the curse came these reparation, methods and mixed to promote my conviction that GROUP-2 :
: and animals, were destroyed There crowds to be taught. the American standard of comfort: I MAGAZIME FROM
ye took me not In; AND MUST b. raised I O lit I IJ I' __ __ _
An address the of lIvln.-CAN ?.' Homes fir GarsJm.,1. TV.
d.! and ye clothed me not sick was an awful smash.; After.this. Independent on essential' of GROUP I IO I ID
; a a point h': rr.th'e rVoflrewlve F.,....r.._ ..2 Yr.
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iiItt1 In prison and visited me wreck of the earth. God tookcharge Fundamentals of Life" was delivered Ife-food, treat J D Delbiestor __1 Yr. I
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L Then of the chaotic world and by A. L. Johnson who very ment education and time and means 3 MAGAZINES FROM Tfce CMmrry Hem. _....2 Yr*,
shall they also answer for recreation after labor--eire available a Mori. _ _
saying. Lord when saw we brought order out of chaos. He beautifully explained that Jesus' to every cltlsen under the Hollywood Ms01 Yr. GROUP2 D Southern Africulr.rlt.l Yr. _

an hungered or athirst, or a nade the earth habitable for men. teachings are broad enough to Include Clears t'pon and these Btrlpe principles I earnestly I OMcC.ir. M'g../iiM _1 Yr. I temper's farmer .__1 Yr. ,

ger, or naked or sick or In Please remember that the earth Is all men everywhere. and under ask for your vote and influence.WALLA"lO 1 a Movie Gentlewomen 1 Yr. I Ia
>)m, and did not minister unto not perfect now but It Is habitable. all conditions and yet they are BTUFUIIH. Ckwic .. u'_i Yr. Magazine: _
Candidate for Congress. _
? Then shall He answer them "AU creation groans and travails narrow enough to.require complete Paid Pol. Adv. by Wallace Stur.ls. ci r.ti. (Weekly) .J Yr. ALL FIVE ON LV Goott Sterlet! ?_ _1 Yr.a '

1ST.' Verily I say unto you. Inch in pain." Paul says It Is waiting, self-surrender and loyal obedienceto FOR MGCIISI.ATCHK a riefotUl. .Review. _1 Yr. p Homo Orel _1 Yr.

Ill as ye did It not to one of for redemption. Some day this Him. 1 wish. hereby to make official an. O HowehoM M.gss!" _1 Yr. _I

at"A least of these ye did It not to earth will be restored to the per, aee nouncement for Htate of my Representative entrance Into from th. I CO,." Road (leys)--2Yn. D Illustrated' Mechanic _1 Yr.I .. .-

And these shall go away Into fection which It .had before it became Local Bradford County subject to the will OScreen; look ,-, _* Yr. Mother's. H.... Life. 1 Yr.I
lasting'' waste and desolate. The revival services at the of the Democratic voters of this -

'eous: into punishment life eternal.; "but the .- -. 'I I Church of Christ are progressing county.t was born and raised In Florida I a Screen P1y IT,. Neoaiecr.fr. 1 Yr. .

om the books we take the fol- D. A. Cleveland. orcharcust of nicely under the able management and the have state,spent and thlrlr-two year l.ht years In the In I aT,.. CotI,..... _1 Yr. C SeKCtMM "nIIl.1 1 Yr. )t _ _

Ig discussions) of the lesson: Weslaco. Texas, made fence posts of,the efficient pastor, Rev. Earl World War. I have never resided or OladitesJ.-_ 1 | | DIVQSaSWIdJ _, 1 rr.CA..II .I
'11 nations hur- Voiles Everybody Is Invited to attend worked In any other elate.
taken In connec- out of palm trees killed by a Inh
worked for twenty years the Cheek t M.g.aace lA.e Cft)
With :Matt16:2T. : and other ricane. He sawed the trunk off schools of Florida and I believe 1 I Meu'.e Mew 00

ages, show that airmen, .who and covered them with' cementS : Mr. 'and Mr. M. Stringer ofm&"h know the needs of the schools, the

ever lived are embraced wtth- Springs visited Mrs. Stringer's a.children well" a.and any the on.cltlsene In the of.tat.Florida IF YOU PKEFIE YOU MAY CHOOSE ALL 4 MAGAZINES FROM GROUP I

U]'Ie scope of the Savior's de- Production of fourteen principal mother Mrs.. W. R. Jackson f am In this ..... for benefit I can to

rip'tIon "Inherit the kingdom" crop In Montana fell off twenty- this week. :of be to Bradford the altlsene County and and future the citizen whole Our Gmmramt To 'K1HI.u" ,,., -'M...."... ." ,., sAeaMs. ,......

be"use they have become the two per cent in 1933 sugar beets 'Rev8am White and family who State of Florida and .r will work MsM efeseVeef. HO eejf OJ-WM ...UfU7.
lid ten of Cod. and therefore His and bean being the only productsto have been the guests of Mrs. hard toward that end. Tour support Ibis ......,., offer .b available. to ell

iri"I. "The 1932. Volte's mother Mrs. Thomas will be appreciated.Respectfully, .*)4 now takacrikon to this. ....,.,.,. o.. Miles deei ,_.....und _Se
; kingdom" tm the same show gain over ...................IvMieyeer-si iid5...W .. .
.ife eternal- verse fe of then. Dyal. for several days left this LEOM!: : A. ORA T. .. flMnntos) lbs fajftllisiint. of aS r-I ,

KOI'te and refers to the heavenly Sound men work on Jungle motion week for Lake Butler where Mr. Paid Pot 44v.by_ Loon A. Oral, ........ sufcacriorlem utA 'yo. fcavolUMrwa'l ..._ _.

1 or condition. Jesus teaches: picture say that the loudest I White will be engaged In the min FOR mEPRRSKVTATfVe, ..... ...... 't "Ie aseerces. .
at each of the istry. I wish to announce that I am a .... ....dIbr..JJW.0f. .. Ts. O* at K -__-
person will receive either roar by any animal I is that I .and Met* for- IM.Representative *
..tiDe bliss" or'' everlasting. Russian bear drowning that of a Coleman Tucker, who Is a IICW- from Bradford ('ounl,, subject to w. Is extcedsi .., fuN ,.,.. .....:. ,

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Q,, 1'$ PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORID FRII/AY. M\y tV,1 I

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Bradford County TelegraphEstablished Maybe You've ;O From? .Other Pens I l ODD---BUT TRUE

1877 ,
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Published Weekly on Fridays And Entered: as Second'' Class' B. s. MATTHEWS.

Matter at t the Post Office:at Starke, Florida Eugene S.: Matthews of Starke,

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iii E. L. Matthews, _. __ __.. ___,____ ___..Editor and Owner associated Being more with or the less advertising intimately' i the Florida past Railroad teA"years Commission, was In Lake for o\o NOT

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--- -- --- -- business, (it might seem that we Wales last week mingling with at COM t
SUBSCRIPTION RATE would be the last to throw up our friends be has made In the years '$ ', ', I't' POPUlARtNQWANO IN ,Q" lA ";+-" .I r

hands In horror at the gone by and he felt very optimisticof '
growing 1" )
tOrsl
; Yearly, ,$1.30: ; Sis Months, 75c-Payable In Advance trend toward the personal in this being chosen to again serve In r UNTIL 'i Oar) pi.ow, ..1 .,

Advertising Rates on Application Industry trend that Is even now that capacity, another term. Mr. a The etutp Cusan

I: ..- -.- --- --- _..-- haunting us through our three Matthews bar :served In the State THAT Rl 'I-.
meals a day through our eight Legislature as Speaker of the WA'S DOp1A'90DE'
.1, Headline:, "Beer Outsells Booze"-but It doesn't out- hours of feat and through our House in 1907 and has held many _
smell it. morning shower. other offices of trust In the state WAS

,,, ai Arid the trend shows no''signsof He Is a Spanish-American Wr WIOtSDREAO
i o abating. We have''been start veteran and his; work as Railroad

'ti Begin'nicking your plans now to come to town, and voteon led and upset by fiendish ad writers Commissioner seems to have been
quite satisfactory for many years.
June 5. until we are 'a nation on the
verge of nervous breakdown for No doubt be will be returned to

t a fear of offending others and jeopardizing that,position.-Lake'Wales News.
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Bill collectors come around just as often in the "merry : our, futures by B.O., halitosis ,
of
Hon. Eugene S. Matthews
or dandruff. But are the advertisers -
month of :'..fay:1 1 content No! 'Theyar. Starke, Bradford County, Is an- Ill

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M If you are planning' trip, cast your abr.enteel.ballotI) between our toes and consideringthe aa, Florida He called Railroad-on the Commissioner. Messenger -
I various aspects of ladles' "rear
r $ before )Jeaving. profiles." offlee force, while In Creetvlewon
7s., a 'Tuesday'! and Wednesday and
soon convinced, us that he knows
What we're more interested in b It disarmament conference .. Consider Tour Profile more about railroads than we do.
*, '.. ". ... .. "'" ',...*"."' '" The''current week/ J 'two.differ
He.I.la' the for re-
for mosquitoes. '- entering:, race
rut; magazines, disclosed advertisement '
election and 'his 'past record' has
__o that seemed to the limitin
Rd go proven him a very capable man for
Attend the county political speakings when they are delving into our private lives. the job.-Okaloosa Messenger.
If you nUll think that /anything is -_..yNAPOLEON --
i.t l held" ,in your town. sacred to ad writers, consider the LIKED ERROR
0 following text of a well-known e
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Typographical errors sometimes
21 All teams in the North Florida County League are tied. corset advertisement: come In handy. Often they are M oao,.-

J; Where do we go from here? Their"The word Greeks Shad award( for It embarrassing. Sometimes they are }" OP I!
1'4bA'lt No
'callipyglan means
tragic. It iff" said that a printer's t $ w%q or vet n\ci\ M t HOW
o
that they were pieces of Hellenic mistake for C } \
the
was responsible {tilt en veil TO
Political picnics are now In season and it is hard to tell perfection when they turned assumption by Louis Napoleon of "e evf CROW met\ o* MMbvr NIV

d' which are thicker-ants or politicians. around that they had rear profiles the title of Napoleon III, thereby 'l--. 'toelw I..q, W\9.l1)\ ) tOLOiti ,
beautiful beyond fault!, Now himself when
giving .a history asa
o Just In case you're the, owner, of
h matter of fact his was a brand
Naturalists say that no insect will attack the banana. boggly,back linen. ', :a,.t whisk into new dynasty. The story, goes that

the nearest corset shop and get a In a proclamation the KINGSLEY LAKE CHURCH ''The civilization lasted at NOTICE OF '
We, should think that spinach would be immune, also. by emperor Maya ; TEACHERS'EXASHNATIO.N
trade 'Guaran-
went here
4 ( name ) which was being set In type by the There will be services'at Kings- least 2300 yeards,'there being that :.
-o teed .
to flatlron-
send cut
you printer, the last words were "Vive much difference between the build-
1 1N Lake
Ogden Mills is attacking the New Deal. A lot of other flat\ in the back to face an envious Icy Missionary Baptist Persons deeding, to take l lteachers'
poleonfl.and\ the printer mistook ,Church next undAy. Preachingby Ing of the earliest and. latest tem examination for '
lost their when Roosevelt took office. world with the greatest of those exclamation points for ples. cerates
Republicans. jobs confidence! This ad 'Is publishedIn the pastor, Rev. F. M.' Taylor. to 'teach in the Pub
: !something else and made the proclamation I Subject: "What God's People Possess .
o- the interest- of .wayward rear Schools will report at the Bradt
1 "' _" read "Vive Napoleon III. I or Have All Ready,!" at 10:30: Ten thousand traps and 9.000' County High School
Thursd
There couldn't actually be anything to a name. For Instance profiles by on
Napple liked that, and adopted it!,o'clock. Come and worship with pounds of poison will be used In a morning 8..o'clock. June T, fi
take that Chicago gangster named Basil Bangheart. Pcmonaler and Personals for -,a permanent style.-Stuart 1 us. Everybody Is welcome.J. I government "rat war" in Jefferson nlshed with pen, Ink and paper.
Dally NeWS. li SILCOX, Clerk. ; County, Texas. A. J. GRIFFIS
It ,
And if you think,that Is getting I Superintend
F 'The FERA is planning ,to put a cow in every yard but personal, just wait,until you read

some folks won't be satisfied until they send a boy around this one:
i ,to milk it., "Whl at' It softlyl.; rllelenlbaaAthlete' ( oo Late TIEETIRE "
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Foot. You'd never suspect -
o by looking at her,' how, uncomfortable ,f(?b

-a Now J8( the time of year that wi.akly newspapers advisE she Is, how utterly Classify
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ashamed at the of
f their subscribers to clean up and paint up and ,.It is 'still having Athlete's very Foot thought By) RUSStLL KAY WORRI !*

;' {' good ndvcle. Io i "Her- shame, however, would Secretary- Florid' P.... A..*..,..nor : SSDON'T
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soon give way to repulsion she
'Will Rogers that preacher might have the best could only see her condition as the I've attended political rallies, '
says a A dozen or more I guess,
microscope reveals It. ALONG'ONYWH
,sermon In, the world but he just has to deliver it to people at And If half of the things they say
"For work In the flesh be- are true, .
;, without: any gasoline. tween her toes there are billions We're sure Ini a helluva mess.
Kl 0- of unclean fungi-digging and

: A new cult in Germany believes that our ancestors boring away, giving off musty, From CepltolHill to' the Court. TRIP "
seeping moistness" house > I Illir ropthemoffherc- '
sprang from trees. Perhaps that accounts for some of the The'' guys who are IN are the '

f 'wooden heads around us. Meaning No Offense, Narta." r

I o We print these examples even They've pilfered and robbed and before you start out

!at the risk of offending some of betrayed us,
A Northwestern University professor calls Congressional If they could they'd have taken
the most gentle of our gentle read- this week-end or
Investigators "scopotropists. That's probably mild to what our shirts.-
era just to give you an idea of '
Y, the l investigates called them. what the'advertising business is Their records are' blacker than i ,:: next WednesdayIt's

wdl o : coming to.; If you are startled storm clouds .

,$' Newspaper reports that there is chiseling going some morning by an Intellectual Their:,' page of performance I Is
say ,, on
looking fellow peering at) you flora %* blapk.- a lot safer, more pleasant"and
in the office of Gen. Hugh S. (Blue Eagle) Johnson. He is behind the bathroom doof, don't In the IT- S. Senate and Congress, ,
having a bust made of himself., get excited He.is,, probably just Our representation is rank. cheaper in the end to start out on
an ad writer searclying for a new
f" o Idea a,? They tell us It's worse at the State new tires-particularly since prices I'G3"

A New York scientist says we are well on the way"to House,rl ? are still so low. And because Good- NEW

becoming hairless, toothless and toeess.! Lots of Us are .At any rate, we do feel sorry for What chance have the i people GOODYEAI

already two-thirds of the way there. poor Helen. And we Imagine her there T< year makes .the most tires-by. millions A11-WEATJ
t at the Where promises made
chagrin condition betweenher are forgotten I
o .. ..I toes Is mild compared to her. -and so offers the biggest mon II i i Th. greatest

Johns Hopkins University says that a diet ,of bananasand dismay at seeing' her name'In all I,And ,we air find',' ,.they were' 'only "hot 'ey's worth at every price-it's a lot I I :all Goodyear time -tire 43%oI

and skimmed milk constitutes the most effective reducing the,magazines, p more nIk

{ diet,' Well who wants to reduce anyway? Wonder if O.-O. McIntyre would They created 'boards and Commla- I wiser I to choose new Goodyears i mueagetougherrubber and mOIl

+;1 o mind if we made a personal nomination ? lions, I Come and see w h', people I buy of It the dra
Provided far taxes and fees, snd
There is no hope of ever finding oil in Florida according anyway,about our personal something nominationfor Well While we staggered,on to the poor Goodyears than any, other tire-Just outlaslI that outgrips them all.

d d'I to geologists: Perhaps they l'lght-most this state's house.Burdened See Irt
'I are of the beat book title In years la name I
and but
your price I look the
down to'our knees at the And
'attractions seem to, be conveniently located above ground.TO the'recently published "}Jow Odd news of all: Thlt
!of God, And the men.on our County Commission Goodyear buys! marvelous"
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I Goodyear 'G$!
A doctor reports he has been able to keep dogs alive OBSRIIVAT1OX What care for with Its manysdvantage. .
they you and for
without their stomach for Lives too full .o"ran
; as long as ten.years. We think meT Iha
on
the hardest part of this feat would be in convincing the dogs End Of light like that and,, tinsel They have used their position and r "- other market tire cosla 1011

that life without 'a stomach" is worth living. Of Samuel! Insult. To favor power their,own coterie nothing csrra

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A Wisconsin has discovered The old order changeth. According The Judge and the State's Attorney SEETHE
another vicious
newspaper ;
I pk.b.tchant'
to "The New Yorker" .a Sworn to uphold and defend. "'
s circle, noting' that "rags' make paper paper makes money,, department store advertisement In Justice l Is blind, but they're blinderIf .,M"anweah,

money,makes banks banks make loans, loans make poverty, that city just before Mother's Day the'culprit's the ward boss N E. ; W
recommended that the old lady be friend. "
makes
poverty rags and so on round and round.
presented,with a bottle of
brandy
h 0 There Isn't a man In an office BUICK
-- oeeedeu.
r A Springfield Mo., police chief is displeased with the News, .reports have It that theGeorgia At That's least fit so'his it position seems when to hold. GOODYEAR h..oI.A..". j I

+ way some of his men speak to erring motorists and has woman who this year was opponents ,AND SPlEDW>Y PA THFltJ'U i
presented the Pulitzer Prim for A good low.prlced "
'ordered them to take vocal lessons.' We predict that some of the best American novel upon being Their miserable records unfold.' tire -YIII.e only eet.prlced Superior to.hili tir..d ':

:his traffic cops will resign_ before consenting to be polite.' told the news, burst into tears And when those. IN office address PONTIACSPECIAL 'o/ler Goodyear/ can many other; I'
h If we remember correctly, several WI. ....k... I
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years ago when Sinclair Lewis was The story I Is just the "$ 10 t
I'+ X The prolific coconut palm furnishes island natives with told the. same thing,' he burst Into They point with. pride reverse.to their ; 4 $5

't ''wood for houses, boats, and utensils ; its leaves when'young profanity. We ''are just wonderingwhat record +au tan
*:Sara" the neat Pulitzer Price winner And show where I JeJlJIi ,f.M:.. .N-J1
eaten; when the leaves' get old, they make hats, baskets for'' publicity' it could havebeen ''.00 170 /.flN
purposes, can .$4dO
u '.cloth, fans, bedding, paper'and thatch; the ribs are made into think of to burst Into.( ..worse.They ".!It.ll ..75.'. 1..N-t9 '.1! l'

:a rrows,;torches and paddles;j'the flowers yield wine vinegar -' warn us against swapping ..." rxa=n'F '7.40'I I

'' and sugar; the fruit is eaten and its husk makes oil, cord, and From the Orlando Sentinel: horses other Other al.slll ,
Proportion
OKLAHOMA -CITY-Gov. William And tell us that they know the proportlon.
j
1 tnktting. It' is doubtful if one of,our modern efficiency- H Murray prepared a pardon' ,' ropes,, GOODYEAR:
4 perts has'anything on an island native when it comes to finding today "with my thank" for OlynC. And promise that If re-elected .
uses for by-products.' Carlile, Adair County school ,They'll serve us beyond fondest
teacher, convicted of'assault and faopes
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battery for' paddling a. 1-year-old: ap
s The Dixie County'Advocate says that in a recent discussion schoolboy' And we, the'dear, gullible people,
tn banana oft to
tip our chin
under the subject, "What Will Happen in the Next Ten We Imagine it-would be pretty ,Take sides with this. one or that

Years" a young business women's club of a mid-western city hard to find anything to paddle on on.r '"">1' ....

t' outlined the following program which it was predicted would .* 1-year-old school boy" And hope our:selection will win.

come to in the period noted i "World birth .-' But ; 1
pass : peace, control after thmel la over 1iIi .
Use .
of the Incidents : ; .
5 connected
j economical redistribution And the moke of, battle has
agricultural relief television'stenolization
with the asiiaaslnatlon of Premier n+

abolition of.wasteful party politics and education foreiplurj&itne Inukal of Japan as subjects, of We'll a cleared.m, haft" our nOM to thegrlndsttec. .RegIster Moto a C

) i ,:'. Save this newspaper for ten years rind see plays film and popular, songs was -- ompan

many.of ,tnese.I' P ictfc-Mrc6nietfuer( "1'1''*"* "*"*"****';,cOuDtry..71F.. .(orJ.ddR..bl.!! : ., ...c.. \ ..) -<< l .... 'II

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