Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 1, 1935
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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|>RE THAN 500 MEN OTHER THEFTS, REPORTED ASKED TO At the time of going to press YearsSHIPMENTS

LED FOR PROJECTS r OVER. WEEKENDThieves !: COOPERATE Thursday afternoon a telegramon

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lef period of activity in I r R raided the smokehouse A project providing equipment said: "Continued cold tonight. HALT

operations came here this, of Frank Andrews, New' River for four canning centers ID Bradford ] Temperature twenty two to -

!'th the allotment of approx- farmer, ,last Saturday! night and' County has been approved. twenty-eight. Slowly rising temperature 'Warmth ,

t $2,000 for relief labor, mado away with about $200 worth' Mrs. Hope M. Peterson. temporary Friday" And Rain' .

er, work ceased yesterdaywas of cured pork. Sheriff ,W. J, Ep- home demonstration agent with Needed To Ripen ,
stated at the admlnls- I person reported this week. here
the rehabilitation program ('
office that: it was not -Labor Is Their. Worst Problem Twelve middlings, ten hams and said yesterday. However., It will Fruit I, ., '

whether an appropriationore ten boulders, each piece weighing be necessary to secure rent-free L I''

[ than 500 men were callwork from eighteen to twenty pounds building house the plants, it III FESTIVAL Freezing temperature. Wednesday -

Monday. SEED AND PLANT FARM 1 HERE and two thirty-pound cans of lard stated. night hit Bradford County's

the resumption of activity, were Included In the haul. It is likely that the centers will Plans strawberry crop a heavy blow and

egan on the project of wldi Bloodhounds were brought to the be established at Starke, Lawtey, climaxed the longest and hardest
block of Walnut Street:, scene from the Florida State Farmat Hampton and Brooker, Mrs. Peter winter' this section has known In !

n Call Street and Madison SUCCESS' IN LEAN YEARS Ralford and the thieves were I son said, If these communities will PROGRESSINGDEMOREST several years.Unofficial :'

:, to width of forty feet trap\ f9c a short distance to take Immediate action and coop- thermometers declared -< i

ge oak trees by the side of they had evidently loaded I erate with the rehabilitation office It was twenty-five degrees) ,\,

dford County Bank build- Refused $1,000 For Muitard Patch-Hard To their loot on trucks.. However, the 1111 procuring locations for the when early risers began to shake :t

re cut down and the curb- trail was lost*t thin point plants. WILL MAN- off the covers Thursday morning fi

i been*moved back to allow Get Good Workers, Manager Says Another case of meat stealing Mrs. Peterson Is very enthusiastic AGE CELEBRATIONIN and ice and frozen automobile radiators

widening.. The project will -- took place Sunday night when a over the new project and belleves APRIL backed up the declaration. 'h

td1i'af; nd are considerable quantity was taken that the canning centers Hastily sluing up the situation. <:r;
"Our la
worst problem labor lisle Company is now In its second -
lA, It la said.projects said Miss Mary Carter a businesslike highly successful season of opera from the home of Colonel Crosby i will do much to promote the "Live Officers of the Jones-Langford- growers here estimated that half ,,J,
that were tern- in the Wateroak section. Mr. At Home" program In this county WhIte of the present crop of young fruit ,:;:>'
young woman employed by tion on a rented tract of land near Post American Legion have
'resumed this week were I Crosby, a preacher, was at church Each housewife will be enabled to and bloom could be checked up on *.i
signed R.
the Carlisle Seed and Plant Company Crosby Lake. The farm was formerly F. Demoreat to manage
x>rt, the Lawtey ditch and Valdosta Ga. ; at the time thun eat was taken. take her surplus food stuffs to the this season's the debit side of the ledger and ,;
a concern known as the J. M. Alvares Strawberry Festivalto
control. Chickens MimingWilmer'lloltsendorf and will do the work herself that It would be almost thirty daya jff,
Its mile west of Starke."I and plant be held here
nursery a place, now belongs to Dr. W' : April 17 18, 10 and
reeks pay roll will use up has reportedthe with the aid of the best modem before sizeable shipments would *tt
20, It
understand that was stated
this county B. Parks and Glen G. Searing. following a meet "'
XX and all balances in esive loss of about a dozen head of equipment.The again move from here.
has one of the highest percentages About one hundred acres are under ing held last Friday night
been paid out also, It Is I chickens from his Starke home canned products may be for Plans for Those who observe such things) $\
in the state of persons de- cultivation and are devoted to the four-day cel.bratlon
Administration forces will Sunday night. Whoever took his home use and may also be used ars'stlll say that It baa been an unusual- f:l
pendent on reUefworK and cool million of in the formative
cabbage plants-a
salaries for this week's we are having" the hardest time them -, tomato! plants, onion I chickens was kind enough to leave for paying back loans obtained by; stage, but Include many entertainment Ily hard winter with Ice on the, :.,
sixteen In
one old rooster, Mr. Holtzendorf farmers under the rehabilitation ground mornings succession .1.
features i
imaginable getting__ laborers to plants and mustard. The cabbage including contest, and frost for All
Housewives many more.
resumed also
omfort factory op- come and pull Cabbage plants this 'plants are being pulled at the said.Added program. may prizes, rldos 'and booth. Of local
that !if there had been
and 150 comforts to the list of missing work and their agtye more
Monday, together exchange and outside business i
continued. houses.Prizea'will
week Miss Carter present time, and mustard, which .
from here to other Items this week was a weight Mrs. Peterson moisture In the ground the berry i..
sent canned foods, says ''
She spoke between .b ubll of directions Is shipped for eating purposes and be offered,, for
toll would not have been
the state, it is said. A few scale standing In front of Priest'sTen crop sotreat.
at the fifty-odd workers not for plants, Is being carted best quart and for the largest sin .
distributed In this coun-, Cent Store here It. was taken ,,4'
who were shaking dirtfrpm the away daily by the truck load. Incidentally CATTLEMENTO gle berry, it is said. Without the "freeae in March." .vj
400a also officerssay
Sunday night ,
week.have.been Approximately made since the I roots of plants and tylag them into the company recently MEET HEREAND A fiddler'' contest, popular feature always the dread of farmers and f
neat bundle that would eventually refused 1.000 for its ten-acre of last year's festival, will the bane of shippers, Bradford
several months ..
opened here find their way to" 'all parts of mustard crop as It stood In' the DISCUSS MATTERS OF again be staged and Is expected to County season would have been '',
the United States field. Tomato and onion plant create a great amount of Interest ..-
LEGISLATION In full within two weeks
NO;:, CHANCE awing or
announced bye
is: administrationthata yesterday' _,The .Starke._b[pnchpfIheCarwHODGE will,be large enough.to be,pulled ; among lovers of this type ef musloi ten 'day*. Shipment* were light : ...
Livestock of Bradford Local merchants who wish
in tew.weeks owners to
last week, but Jt was the lullbe4_
$$1,000,000 for general re- County ,will meet at ,the courthouse rent booths for the tour- >ses in Florida bas' beenr I I ,BRINGS But there is always that annoyIng In View For fore the storm, and pickers weremaking > ,
afternoon clod advised to '
of labor, Miss Carter here Saturday are notify Mr. De-
month'of March. It problem ready to harvest the luscious -
the however ANOTHER SUIT sighs. She admits that It is real March 2,- at 2 o'clock. The purpose morest and make reservations.A red fruit.-IF the freeze had
been learned ,
RACEFUNDSSIIOLTZ of the meeting la to discuss special booth will be arrangedfar '
iradford share of work to stoop over and pull cab- n't intervened.The 'JJ
County's AGAINST GAINESVILLE IN bage plants all day long at.o matters that will be proposed at exhibits from Bradfrod County movement from here since t

Id be. DEATH OF WIFE much per thousand, but anyone the coming session of the state leg Public1' Schools and one day dur- Thursday of last week totaled Mil ,':

who Is willing to do the job can iBlature, and to form a permanent ing the festival will be designatedas crates for which received ''f':
T, M. Hodge, of Brooker.who alleges "
WANTitsiders easily earn $1.50 a day, and she organization to promote and pro- "School Day. an average of seven to eight cent
4TERS that his wife was placed un- THAT DIVISION
remember' when less tect the farming and livestock in- The location of the festival !
in Gainesville last can money a pint. Prices on one or two day :
der false arrest
IMPOSSIBLE dUll try here. grounds haa not yet been announced
than that was considered good reached a high of ten cents a pint.
September and that the shock of and stock of by the Post. :1
To Pay wages. Some of the best workers All farmers owners Legion It Is reported.
resulted In her later
the incident
have been able to earn as high as The fight for allocation of racetrack Bradford and neighboring countiesare -, .-
death, has filed another suit, this $250\ a day It la'said.:' : funds to the counties before urged to attend the meeting TEACHERS WANT
one for $2 ,ooo, against the city I PEA-SEEDS. ?
LICENSESIXANDER of Gainesville. The Carlisle Company had a the Legislature convenes In April 12 PAYMENTS
successful season last year seemed lost this week when Charley Dowling Hospital .
In a former suit filed September very %
19, 1934, Hodge asked $50,000 and It Is estimated that they E. Johns Bradford County rep- 'Friends here of S. S. Dowling, ASK BOARD TO CONSIDERA For I
HEADS, I damages against the city and should clear $5,000 from their present resentative, received a letter from principal of the Jasper high school, RAISE
of on the Starke Governor Dave Sholtz stating that will be to learn that It wasnecessary
GAME CLUB ,I against R. A. Berga as chief of crop sorry
the law prohibited 'such 'dlatrl- for him to return last Teachers in the Bradford County -
!'police and as an individual. On acreage. ARE EATEN
HERE button long as the fund Is sub- Schools here
I so High want their
week to Johns Hopkins Hospital In "
a October 1,. however, the suit was An Inspection of this young and '
ord County's Fish and dismissed against the municipality profitable Industry' should provean ject to possible re-allocation- by the Baltimore, Md.. for treatment. Mr. salaries'rla' twelve monthly pay- '
Legislature. ments rather than the old ------
lub last Fri- Dowling was principal of the Brad system
was organized on a praecple and later was withdrawn Inspiration to Bradford County
ht with J, B. Alexander against Berga. farmers who will be enabled to Because of this, the'Governor ford County High School for many of receiving eight payments dur- DICKINSON SAYS qURADFORD

resident and H. V Knight, ', H. H.,McDonald, Gainesville at- see what wonders can be done with said, he could not make a dlstrlbu- years. log the actual time that the school ,NOT ONLY

y-treasurer. W. J. Epper- torney who represented the com- the materials right at band tlon prior to the meeting of the I. In operation.This OFFENDER

i chosen ,first vlce-presl- plainant In the former suit., has ... legislature on April 2, because a wish was made known In a ,if"
d W. P. Smith. second vicet. withdrawn from the case of Evan statement of available funds can resolution adopted at a meeting of Some Bradford County relief i
not be made by the State Treasurer the Teachers' Association last Friday -
Evans, prominent Jacksonville BRADFORDSchool clients have good appetites which '
In which they asked the School '
amble was adopted pledg- lawyer, filed the new cult in behalf until after the 'racing season '''Tait' Man sometimes extend to eating seed y
Board to consider the matter and
members to fish and loses on April 1.
obey of bIB client. that are furnished them for. the 4
ws of the _state to destroy. .,No declarations have been filed Need. The law requires the funds to be to adopt the> new plan. for a yearstrial purpose of garden cultivation ac-
if It deemed wise.
iral enemies of game and in the new suit. Only the praecipe allocated "on or before 'AprU 15" was cording a recent statement in

d to cooperate In the enttt for r"*""""* had. been entered at upon certification by the State TOBEJEREEARMAN The teachers also asked the the Jacksonville- Journal by J,, A. u4,
board to make of theavenge
of and to..report, -any, .' noon today. NOT ONLIST treasurer' the amount available salaries a survey teachers la Texada Jr., state director of rural "
ta of game taws ; fit the former bill of complaint after paying expenses of the Rae- : paid rehabilitation. .q 1'"
reamble further. stated that Hodges alleged that Ma wifevJBeeie gCommission and,, retaining a AT- surrounding counties and throughout Aa a part of the r haMUtatiats'', >';.j jprogram

rpenu of this organisation .Hedge. died from campMcatlone GRIFFIS THINKS MAYBE" reserve of ten per cent to cover ex- SOON ,TO alee the state, and.of If possible, to clients are supplied with ,.
the salaries teachers hereto
rotect game and fish, toe sustained upon being arrested on APPLIED TOO icnses while racing tracks are not ASSIST this seeds and fertiliser needed for the :s j

their propagation, and "false charges." The arrest sheetat In operation. ? .- approach- _.average._ establishment of- home sutMlatanca ". I

.lion and to promote re- police headquarters showed that SOON About three weeks ago, th. Governor Joe S. Earman, Chief Intangible - garden It Is Intended, of course. .

r the rights. and property Bessie Hodge "was arrested on : and Comptroller J. M. Leeapportioned Tax Inspector J Is being sent "RUMBA"AND that the client should immediately .

inner.:.* September"8, jtbout*10:30 o'clock Bradford County's _name was) IB-- Installment; this i to Bradford County by Comptroller GILDED LILY' get busy and cultivate gardens. ;

lub went des record-ft *etoed >i on charges 'of- 'wandering' about omitted from a list recently published year ae It was last-year.: They explained : J. M.; Lee;: for.the purpose of : According to Mr. Texada. it was i'

to, Saturday and Sun.ting from place to I place without any' by the'state; FERA as beingIn : that last year there was no aiding ''the eltliens of.this county PROMISE. ENTERTAINMENT': disclosed that one client in ..this h'

and will recommend' lawful purpose or,object,," need of financial aid, but'thertmust .session of the Legislature at which In filing proper Intangible Tax. Returns AT RITZ THEATRE county had eaten, two' '<
teal tew closing these days No summons for appearance In be some mistake A. J. Griffl the allocation of tin fund could.,be as required by law. cowpea.seed. "How can we have'f

ord County be enacted byslature. I court to face the allegations have >, superintendent of public. instruction changed '. Mr. Earman can be seen 'at the A'gay, sprightly and'light-spir- home subsistence ....d_." the) director

This provision been Issued. 'Sheriffs officers are thinks. Writing to Mr Johns. Governor office. of the-Tax' Assessor In the ted new comedy "The Gilded ,complained f'lf-the- clients

ly contested at,- Friday's, awaiting Instructions from Attorney In fact.. Mr. Gri'ffls Is so sure Sholtz said he would "'''adl;, order court"lIou.w TOere on Thursday Lily.," ,comes to the Rita Theatreon eat up all the seed r" i

and will likely; eome'up I Evans. I there was a mistake that he called distribution as soon after April morning; March 7. at 9 o'clock: Sunday and Monday with C. L.' Dickinson Bradford director -

denUe*)-again when the .........,...-- .-.. ,,Jerome- A.., Conner aastotaat FlorIda 1 as the treasurer Is t'L>le to makea where he will answer such questions Claudette Colbert in the starring of rehabilitation work said

wta Monday night! : ...St rke Cadet Wins relief administrator, and told I complete statement ae required"by aa may be asked about the role and two handsome new leading this week that it was true that' t

also proposed. that a lawrecommended him so. Bradford County applied the racing law. Intangible Tax Law and< to' explain men supporting her everal <"nnffTT of seedeatinghad >;

requiring Cadet Ben Sternberg. a ,member for $15,000 way back In December. -It was possible last 'year," he to the Tax"Assessor changes A bright and Intelligent film- occurred here. but that work'i'i;

tents of the county to reg- ; of the Plebe boxing team at Mr.CrUfls explained aDd Mr. Conner continued. to make a partial distribution In.tb e enforcement:system. run of warm, human comedy ers) la his department were doing '

[ pay a fee pf.SI SO beforeere. West Point fighting the 175- promised to find out why we' M the money accumulated It Is) to the'"material advantageof ouches, it ,presents Miss ColbertIn everything la their power to dla, ,':'l

pound elaaa;' knocked opponent were not on the lid in the* treasury as there was no every owner of Intangible Personal her first singing and dancing courage the practice "However. 'Ji ft
r J. 1C. Mann: Represen- out in the .second minute of the ole since her deckled hit In "Torch t
The Bradford superintendentthinks Impending session of the Legislature Property to file a return Bradford County Is by no means)
aarlay 'E,. '..Johns. \L. F: second round whoa his team boxed one possible excuse: for the I and consequently no possibility with,the local Tax Assessor, Mr. singer." the only offender. Mr. Dlckimion ,n

i. superintendent ,,of the r Green Briar Military Schol hut omission is that he applied for of there being a change in real- Earman says. It Is much betterto Another popular film "Rumbn," said. .-o

tate Farm and States At- ; week.. In a' letter to his parents funds so long ago and so far In I location. .f file the return now than to with George Raft Carole Lombard 1Airplane-

.. S. Crews were present 'Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg, Ben advance of the other counties, that j "I fully realize the Importanceof have a pink slip come from the Intangible and" Margo.. will be shown by Flight

sting and. made shortttee'wss.appointed complained because the New York his appUcation was filed away and making distribution at the Tax Department of the th.'Ritz 'on Tuesday and Wednesday E. H. Brockenbrough and his copilot ;

.Times misspelled his name and forgotten about.Information very earliest momen"and wtll do State listing Intangible Assets and ; If la< a'"love story centered are now at the old airport
ml ,to expressed a wish that hia" good I but I would not to know the law was around the popular dance that baabeen
'concerning financial so, am sure-you wanting why ,. just south of town and many local ;fpeople
1 a set, of by-laws whichAdopted ,luck continue when the West Point the national favorite In Cuba
conditions in Florida schoolswas ask me to act contrary to the attorney ,not compiled with. are enjoying ride. in their
when the club Plebes meet Pennsylvania State- requested by Governor Sholta. j J general's-.left and official I The statutory penalty for not for 300 years. plane. On Saturday and Sunday .P

p>uday night. Unvelrsity In two weeks.. who recently applied to the FERA advice." I complying with the provisions of Raft and Miss Lombard are the the pilots win give exhibitions of .q

t member of the organib -. for $800,000 to enable, schools to Comptroller J. M,.Lee nude ,a 'the Intangible Tax Law providessix principals In: this drama which 'stunt flying And wing' walking

: J.M.MltchU._W.. P.L Commencement complete their present terms.Florida's similar statement In a letter her addressed months .In 'Jail $500,00. fine or carries Its people from Havana to They aN also featuring a free ride t
Md.-m. J. B. Ala New York through dancing, gal- d i
to county officials. both. to the lucky
will bold person.
tar.-Smith.' B B. _'The Vanderbiltschool .. .
Jr., like -
exercises 'Friday Baptists number in.00 ''g -. sty what at time seems '
Charley. E.' Johns. H. Its commencement win have 795 churches spent 914B.391 .- Florida'spopulatloS' Increased Neatly a million and a Ralf for. aevlteble heartbreak. ,>I... A form of gas .was invented -
t .T..W.'Bbuler. ,> M.- .V.r. night. March and the In Itti for State benevolencesmissions. *- 7.3 per cent In past four' yean. eat tree, seedling. for UM planting Next Thursday and_ Friday-the to protect. firemen tat dene
j. Epperson.;O. God- begin at ,:" o'clock pro Rita 'will ,rw"Cksrlb, Chan sixteen feet'of wa .
I* Meet'next' In Arcadia "Mt.020 more people than l'20uTodays -- have been .awld ,fcjr :JFIortda'sForest : firParis" smoke or under ,
o'clock. Everyone "
at 8 -
C. KlalaW' and -Donald paID, 'total I.B7S.W* Service at Olustee with Warner Oland.. ter. :>
attend .... nursery
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HAMPTON GRAHAMMrM. RISING NElV'RIVERMrs. I" BROOKER---- and Mrs. W. T. Zelgler. accessed, for the ensuing Iwo ..

!III... Aim JIm..o.. Curre.p0114t11. I.. C. IIml.... Correspondent Mra. II. M. Mc-Kae, Correspondent O. E. Crosby, Correopondent AIliM Verge Galj->y, Correspondent J. T. Qulgley of Starke held services should for said be consolidated consolidated.district' iff I It:
here at the For the
IfI Hope Baptist purpose of holding
Mattle A. Ward, who has Mrs. Aleen Call returned from ;;: children Church election In Hellbron District ,,AAII
I Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley McRae and Mrs. M. J. Sapp and "Stunt" Sunday afternoon. N. D. Qreen I.. R. Starling y ''i
been the guest of her daughter Melrose Monday after spending a little sons, Edwin and Wayne and spent the week-end at Lake Butler Night"Stunt" Mrs. Arthur Milligan and small Cjemons and Clove Mott are W Co.
Mrs. Jones of Tallahassee for few days with her parents Mr. and Miss Audrey McRae all of Lakeland with her mother Mrs. Lillie night sponsored by the daughter of Starke were visiting edFor the of !
Grade of Brooker Junior purlose
Ninth holding
several months halt returned to Mrs. Cox. Richard. Mrs.. and election In eei
J spent part of last week here Milllgan's parents Mr. Rising District N..,
her home here. Mrs: Delmar Mc Klnzle ox': Hart with their parents Mr and Mrs. H. Mrs. C. M. McKinney and Mrs., High School was an event of Friday Mrs.! A. L. Sullivan here Sunday.Mr. u. H. CroMbYLEJ. C. Lewis. J. n. N,1.,I .

Rev. Cooke of Waldo will preachat Haven spent the week-end with M. McRae. Ira Wilson of Starke were vlatt- night February 22. A pro and Mrs. J. J. Ziegler and man For and the H.purpose n. Lewis of are holm ,),.iif, .. .

the Methodist Church next her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ing Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thomas here gram was presented by the pupils daughter, Ruth, were visiting relatives election In Vanderbilt Dlsiiilt N"I'4'
Arle Fountain W"
Miss spent 10. H. U
and Norman 8.'
Surrency.Mr. wan enjoyed by everyone.The W'hlt.b.ad
and evening.Mr. .
Sunday morning week-end at New River visiting Sunday afternoon. at Waldo Sunday. .1. C. Yarbrou..h, and I. L. NOl'tnau

and Mrs. W. C. Kammererof and Mra. F. M. Griffin were with Miss Ida Merrill. Clifton Brown and all his pupils Mr. and Mrs. John Jordan and are app"lnt..d.. .
Baccalaureate Sermon for Said election tn he held
Philadelphia arrived here this business visitors to Starke Saturday were visitors to the State Farm children of Blue Pond were visiting March the 12lh. 1935 TU..d",.

week. They expect to spend the Frank Fountain of Ocala spent Thursday.Mr. the Ninth Grade of the school here Mrs. Jordan's parents, Mr. and W. C, Manning. Chairman

remainder of the winter with relatives R. M. Johnson of the Waldo HOC- the week-end here with home and Mra E. A. Sapp and wall conducted last Sunday afternoon Mrs. S. R. Swindell here Sunday. A. J.Seo.UHIFFIS anti Co

and friends here. ton was visiting hero Saturday. folks. children; Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby by Rev. Lyles of the Lawtey Walter Sibley was a business : 1186t38.NO'I'U'FJ'. 8u"'

Mrs. Ira Brown, of Gainesville, who has been F. 1<:. Stokes of Jacksonville'at. and children, and Rev. and Mar. Baptist Church. visitor to Starke Monday. OF A ffl.tr -
F. T. Abernathy \TIO\
visited her aunt, Miss Ada Nimmo at tended church at Corinth Sundayand C. C. Butler and children and Miss rOil TAX I>KMJNOTICW

this week. "spending some time Daytona was a dinner guest of Mr. and Kenit Jordan George Jordan Bud Mrs. Sally Mott had as her IV flllCUIT: COt'nT. TWRNTYNIXTII IS IIEREnv riiVEV

Mrs. Ida Anderson the guest Beach returned home Thursday. Mrs. Floyd Crosby.L. guests last Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. I Jtum-iti. cinruir, That C. H. Johns, holder of Vnx> c.1..I:
visiting Moody; W N. Johns and Parnell HitAitPonii tnrtTY, KI.OH. llflcate No. 39M, 6th day of .
] of friends and relatives in Lake Mrs. Kate Starling was A. Crosby of Jacksonville vis. Tyson attended church at Lake Warner Mott and children of ; Ill A. IV CHt: 'ICHV. ber. A. 1>. 1K3S has filed, salllS!.
relatives In the Brooker section W. HORACE) NOKMAN, tlflcate III my office Mplication
Butler. Hague Station Mr. and Mrs.! L. W. .01. pj
ited his family here during the Butler Sunday night. Complainant. for lax deud. to Issul .
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Johnson have Saturday. week-end. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Wiggins' Sowells of Mlcanopy, Mr.' and Mrs.S. vi*. on In accordance with law. th.r.Call
from Havana. Miss Mildred Broughton return M. and children and S. P. flARNICTT KT AL. certificate embraces tha : I
recently returned business In Mott Mr. r..Unwln/|
ed home Sunday from Hellbronn Remember services at Pine Level were transacting, DefendantH.Notlc described property situated I In Brad I
I where they visited their daughter Starke Saturday.Mr. Mrs. H. H. Mott Mr. and Mra.' C. hail Orilrr to Known unitIfnknown ford County Florida to-wit I'o.I
Church this weekend.H.
Springs:: after spending several nfenriiintM.THE tlon of Kant Half of
Mr. Muriell Rhames. S. and children Mr. and NortllatI
weeks with her sister, Mrs. Ruby M. and J. W. McRae made a and Mrs.. M. L. Johns were Kelley STATH* OK FLOKIDA. TO: Quarter of Southeast' Quarter ,,1,
The Public School here U Mott Mr and Mrs. M I*. Bnnuilt. L,, W4)ll-L.lvlnfHtnn South of IVlnl
prog. business trip to Green Cove business visitors to Starke Wed Mrs. Mary |; Starke & MiddlBburif' l'Ub I
reusing nicely under the able management -I Strickland. Lloyd Dyal and Miss Mary Mott pa.'l.r'e..A..l.n' H. laIH.alart llo Road, Section 11: Township, ,ti
J. H. Surrency was a business Springs Thursday. nesday. line M. South, flange 12 Mast containing, !
I i lii
of Prof. Sponholtz, and Harry Sapp of Brooker was visiting ell of this section. This was Mrs. M. Hale William 19 Hale Levlna acre
visitor.to Starke Monday.Mr. .
hi. nhlA naalntantM.Q. Way Mary Wolf (r-or P Hale, I The assessment of said
Mott's birthday an- pronirtt
U and Mrs. Volley McKinney lleilbronn Springs in our community Sunday af seventy-ninth helm of AHHCtnufi 8. Hale, C*. n MoI I under the Maid certificate. Iniiuei::! ial!
W. Rhames and family who ternoon. niversary and everyone went away Ken., an Executor of emate of I.. it!. I In the name of J. A. Howe. I
have been residing out of town, of Sampson City were visiting relatives Muss, Thelma Khoden, Cor. her more happy Hale If each be llvlnff or In exls-I Unless. Bald certificate. shall lie ni
here Sunday. John Renfroe of Raiford was the mOve, and If dead or not III ..xl.- deemed according; to law, tux
have removed to the two-story Miss Clara 3ei1 Allderdge of guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thomas birthdays. titnri>, then to the helm, dtvlxeeii, lersirepreseiitatlve. I will l leslie thereon on the IBlh di"l i
glIiflteeH. IcnrateeH, -ueHHom, I ofMareh.A.D.
Kalch residence Main Street. of Baldwin Is 1835
on Mrs. Mae Saucer
Join the All Florida Committee Starka spent Monday night and Sunday afternoon.Mr. ., or nmtlKiis cf each Pated this 13th.. day of Fvbiuuir I
$ spending a few days here as guest of the mild 8 P. llurnatt Lowell- A. 1>. 1935.
-NOWand help advertise the Tuesday with Thelma and Mae and Mrs! R. J. Turner were :
All Florida Committee member. L.lvlnsr"ton and Company, AHHena S. A J. THOMAS. I
of her mother. Mrs. John Clemon
State. Rhoden.Mr. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kite Hale, Caroline Mule, I.ymun II!. Hale Clerk of Circuit Court, s
ship Campaign February 25 Miss Mary Mott Is spending a U M. Hale William K lisle, Levtna
ewAwaeHeBB and Mrs. D. L. Kite. Mr. and of Lake Butler Sunday. County, Floildi
eMeMM eHMeMa -* : .
Way. Mary Wolf ('ora F. Hale and 2-lu-6t-8-15./ .
March 2 and boost all
join help other
; AFCMCAll Florida Committee Mrs. L. Thornton and M. Rhoden Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Johns and while in Okeechobee as guest I tn all- "liArMnn- nlalnllnir- by. miller, or i
of Florida I INew sister and brother-in-law, Mr. through; them C.ue1ih.roftli.m.;. OHItlCIt OF I
Membership CampaignFebruary were visitors to Jacksonville this Mr. and Mrs.. O. E. Crosby and nnd I'HIirATIOAND
And to all person firms cor- NOTIfM TO ATI-Kill 1NOTICK
25-March 2. week. children attended church at Cor. and Mrs. Hampton Conerly. I puratioiiH whose name, residence or I Is hereby given to Mortal,

Alvin Kite of Jacksonville was Inth Sunday. E. A. Gainey was transacting, place of t bUBln..e I.. unknown to I). Olcntt and wife, Harriett I N. oil
( I Kidneys complalnnnt that are Interonlvd In cott whose. place of residence til
business In Gainesville Wednesday
visiting his brother. D. L. Kite Mr. and Mrs. Willie Souther or who may claim title to thone. i Canastota. New York that the PHI..

UrvatmM tnde your ti.r.>Mted.. Urad ..* here Sunday. land are receiving congratulations Mrs. A. J. Pinholster who has certain. parrel, of lands lying and ernl Land Bank of Columbia, uc..|
..Mr KId_* for nw an.. you would been spending a few days In Jacksonville bnlnir In llraclfonl county, lilate' of poratlon has filed a Bill: nf ('a.
....'" N"h 1UaI....1'1_._ on Miss Rebecca. Monds of Jack over a new baby girl which arrived I''t.i'ldii., known, and described. anrollnwH plaint against you In the 'it
a.: ": :::. sonville was visiting her sister, Sunday Feb. 17. with friends and relative : Northeast quarter ofi'orthpast Court of fliadford County, Klnrliul
:: 4 t Ih""" ..._m..lou.WIIMr4 returned home Sunday.KEYSTONE quarter of Northwest In Chancery, to foreclose 11 Men I,/'f
>1.i55d! .-**.. pram 7nn.o. 01,1,5. t. :I Mrs. Eva Robinson Sunday.Mr. quarter The North half of Southen gage coveting the following d.I
.. .
._ CTOTKX MueC .In. .11ef.Sold on 1..1.3. t of Northeant" qiiartrr ,T
L iM UUss-tu) dx ,.. and Mrs. Peach Crawfordare GUM BRANCHMiss nflll'J; [ ; scribed land lying and lining |II
la i dews ew mm .... M ad tnw. ..... --3oeoo.UPRICLUS HEIGHTS I h": Ht fiuarter. A USDCnmmenclnir Bradford County Florida to-wlt I IBeginning1
INFORMATION the proud parents of a baby Elizabeth Harnage Cor. at Northeast corner ofNorthwest at the Northeast cnr I

-for thoaa suffering. tromITOMACHORDUODCNALU= /girl born Feb. 21.. !Mm. T. II. lIe..,?. Corru..o.ile.t 'of Northwest quarter: of quarter Northeastquarter :and i nor of SWVi of NI Iof Hcctli.nl

TAKE MIM'S IRON TONIC Thelma Rhoden i Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp were hundred. Five (405) i 22. Township 5 South Range 21 I IlOnst
"''I tal ,ULCERS. POOR DIUEHTION. was visiting Recent arrivals at Keystone Inn run West Four thence run Went 24 211rods
FOIl RHEUMATISM! ACID UYirsrSIA. Miss Clara Bell Alldredge of Crosby -1 visiting the bedside of Mrs. Everett feet thence South Nine hundred thence South 80 rod. I
include S. M. Kinney. sales manager Fifty Hoven (957) feet, th..n..e Ea.tFnur .
INDIGESTION OUR STOMACH. CASHINEHI. thence West 51 1-3 rods to Wed I
Also .HEARTBURN,CON i Lake Monday. Burney Thursday afternoon.. for the Hooklesa Fastener Co., hundred Five (405) feet line of Halft quarter. sec. tlon. I
wee Mini'sWhite Oil BA) CRATH. North Nine hundred Fifty
.TI..TION. thence
Mrs. H. H. Keene and family thence South twenty rcicU to I
Liniment for Flu and LEErlESHNEia. oil HEADAUUK UA.5 of Meadvllle, Pa., with Mrs. Kinney Koven ((857) feet. to point of begin-1 i South line of said quarter Hro. I
oua TO KZCBSS ACtO. With 100,000 Floridians were the guests of Mr. and Mn. Section
as members ninghelnc In .
tlon East DO .
Pneumonia. and son, Mark. Mrs. Rennie Miss ; hence rods to Kurt I Iline
f.w '.
ASK YOUR DEALER! a. Aolha.d fre""1J\I\ ...".=. .M-. the All Florida Committeecan W. R. Kersey of Woodlawn sec McCllntock, and Mr. (25), Township On.Five(21)(5 Ea.t.OHI ) South,1 of said quarter sectionthence :
Marguerltb| KanKe Twenty
North 80 rods to point of l
MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE = tell the world about Florida tlon Sunday.Mrs. and each. of .
I. and Mrs. Chester Moore of Meat- ETIN(]: You you beginning. West 8-. of NWII!| 1
and the world will like it! Carrie Shaw of the State are hereby notified that you are of SK'4 of Section Zt, Township I
ville Julius Cowles and Mr. and made paity defendant. to a suit by 6 South Range it East and con. Italnlng1
Farm was visiting Mrs. W F W. Horace Norman who alleges I ITHEHEFORE.
Mrs. M. W. Gilmore have recently acres more or
Harnage Sunday. that that he !I. the owner of tn. : and each
; 3 FAMOUS MAGAZINESA returned after a trip to south Flor fee simple title thereto, and PRAYS you named! In -this Notice are heir
Mrs. Carrie -
Browning and chi .
a decree removing cloud.,
Send and to
$1. Ida. Mrs. Laurence Starr by required
title and forever i : 1P\.Itp..arfl: : dt :
dr of Ralford and Mrs. Tate Al- clearlnjr and Bill of attnlnl
( List of 22 Choose have returned to I :con-1
to From) daughter Peggy. the title in ald you on the let day of April, lliJ
and children of
for the next 5 months of varez Rising section their home in Meadvllle after a complainant. Thereby annullingdecreeing ; and at the Court House In Stalk.. FIcJ
; AND were the guests of their pa. void any and 'all claimsflrmlnir Ida; otherwise., a Decree. Pro Cnfesso
short! stay. right, title or Interest of any kin i will he entered. against ).
rents Mr. and H. L. Edwards
of any and ail persons firms anccorporations. .
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Seibla and and each of you, for failure to i

i The Sunday.Mr. two daughters of Sagertown Pa.. NUW THEREFORFJ' P'rp'::
Tampa Daily You and each 18 ORDERED that this :Nut''
I \ : ": .. .. f ,MONTHLY and Mrs.., A. J.' Yarbrough of ,are here for the remainder of the of you. named, or not named known I be published. one. a week. for lim
Woodlawn BcOTtlDn! spent Sunday or unknown absent oonsealad. nou.re"ld.nt consecutive weeks In the Bruclfrrf"
night with. Mrs: H: H. Keene and winter. or otherwise, and nil per County newepa| i ihaving
sons, firms and fr'lIla"ilo: .
ONE YEARFOR Mr. and Mrs. Robert GasktH of corforatlon. general In lln
'AKE the most of your readIng family. or having In said ford County, Florida.
Meadville have taken lands .
an apartment herein
described i
hours. the wit Mrs. H. M. McRae and are hereby This, 18 day of February, 19811A.
Enjoy daughters
ordered and required to
A DOWN PAYMENT OF $1.00 for the rest of the season appear In .1. THOMAS.
the wisdom the Audrey Vesta and Odessa of aid cause to the bill of complAint)
companionship, : Clerk Circuit Court
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Pangborn exhibited
PLUS 15c WEEKLY against
the charm that have made the Rising section and Mr. and Mrs. In Jacksonville. 50 day the Fourth day 0 Iou on A.Man.D Bradford County Flurldil "
spent Saturday J-22-Bt--3-22: :
ATLANTIC .for seventy five Wesley McRae'and children of 19.15,_ otherwise.. the allegations. o I
Mr. and Mrs. C. Wesley Larson Skin. bill or complaint will be taken
THIS OFFER OPEN TO OLD years America's most quoted Lakeland were the guests of :Mr. have aa their guest Wallace Lar as confessed, and a decree of this I
and most cherished magazine. and Mrs. T. N, Norman Thursday; court, will be rendered. against you. OVIR WOIkA I 1
son. who arrived Wednesday from The llradford County Telegraph,
a newspaper published at Stark
Miami in with Mr. Larson
Send $t (mentioning this ad) Mr. and Mrs. .1. F. Shaw and company Hradrord county, Florida Is hereby. MERVESavup r
who had spent. the past week designated. as the newspaper. I In
to children of the State Farm
which this notice> shall be published

the Regular Times Carrier or Write'Main Office The Atlantic Monthly visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Conner there.Mrs. Belle DeArment returned wee once ka.a week. for four .consecutive

for Details 8 Arlington St., Boston Sunday. Sunday from Sarasota where she WITNKS-j: my hand as Clerk and
4- Miss Melba demons Is spending the seal of the Circuit Court of
attended the golf tournament. Hradfonl County. Florida.
this the 28
a while at Plant City with her day of January A. D 191S.
Miss Ellen Wiggins, a student at '
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and A. j T'HOMAS,
the Florida State College for Women t'lerk.: Circuit' Court,

OFYOUR Mra. Ottla Morgan.Mr. spent Sunday here with her PmnIford: County> FUSolicitor r Id a.
A. S
and Mrs P. D. Reddish and CREWS.
Miss Wiggins'attended
parents. for Complainant.
children were visiting her parents. the Military Ball in Gainesville -l-6t-3-l
Mr. and Mrs. 'J. S. I
Sapp Monday
FAVORITE Friday night bding: one of the OIIIIKII OF III.K-ATIOV.. AM)
night. ,%
sponsors. .
Miss Katherine Wilkes was the Mr and Mrs. S. M. NOTlfW Is hereby. given to Ray.
Kinney mood OnMliv: anil wife I Liiulso (',u'a-
guest of Miss'Helen Norman Frl- the Bok Tower and St. Augus way Crosby that The Federal. Land .

MAGAZINESAND day., tne! last week. ha tianK* filed' of IL Columbia Hill of Complaint a corporation.niralnst.

Mrs. Max Harrison and daughter you In the Circuit Court of Brad.
ford County, Florida. In Chancery.
BOATDRAIN Evelyn, are spending several J" foreclose a Mortgage covering
Mm. Z., Z. Grlffls Correspondent days this week in Daytona Beach followingdescribed land lying: IIg
and being In Bradford
THIS NEWSPAPER-1 PULL YEARYou with friends. ida. to-wlt: County Flor-

Mrs. Huldah Lee was visiting her The members of the 4-H club The Houtheast quarter of South. TO your MJM fa 0iii.

Save Money on this Amazing Combination Offer father and mother Mr. and Mrs. presented 4 three act play "Neigh west ship quarter II Mouth of, nange Section I 21. Town East every nwe at high tmiIt' g

:f Paul Prevatt Sunday. bora" In the school auditorium containing 40 acr.... N* wonder jron tan at lb.I
Therefore. ., and each. sad bark at the cUktrto.Wat .IMI,I.
4 Leading Magazines and Your Favorite Newspaper Tlllman Hutto and Stanley Bennett Friday night. The play under the named In this you Notice are of hereby you
rat! Overw.m
a (1III
of Starke were visiting in direction of Mrs. Frank Merrillwas required. to Appear to the said Bill
this section Sunday. of Complaint I so filed agalnut -,. may bad to SIespImm :
largely attended and well re- ?" thAJ"t: day of April T :35. at the NMTVOM Headachy,, K itLB
Rev. Barnes of the Corinth section celved. House In Florida
oth btst
; Indigestion ad a
was visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. ,. .rw...... a Decree* Pro Confesiio will
-- be entered against eer nplauaat tar e.TI
Pkkl Pick 3rffCS D. Chesser and Mr. and Mr. Arch HIGHLANDM. of you for failure to Appear you and. each Wtar rfomVyootry Dr. MVOTWMS

Prevatt the past week-end. IT IS ORDERED that this Notice N.rr TabbttfAH

] M.... R. L. Lee was visiting her E. Crews. Correspondent consecutive be published weeks once a In week the Bradford for four on* to a half gis '

L" sister Mrs. Eugene Grlffls Sun. Mr. and Mrs. Max Carter attended County log general Telegraph circuatjon. a newspaper hav- tnatar BBakea ag pleasant,
jut Bradford fc drtnk deUtftfafly sOr.
Jay.Mrs. church at Long Branch Sunday Counly. Florida. '
LIxzle Lee was visiting her This 11 February, 1935. I, w'-zsd am vss.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wlmberly of A..d5.lrT0H MUger N rriM to

son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Starke visited relatives here Mon Clerk Circuit Court, ds hi two f draMUqnklTabM.
Mr. Arch Prevatt Sunday afternoon Jlradford connty. liorida. "
StUCT ONE_ day.MISS J-u-n..a-u -C_ S BoU

tIts II I!- !VTWLL Maggie crew., Miss Kath NOTICK OP sa ,thtng I
: leen Hardee and Miss Jewel Car TIONI KI.BlTIO'Vl' _

.....& .:, ,. aOPr. ........ tar. were visitors to Starke Satur By the powers vested In them the 31

c---CIHnf' ,.... .......... ...., ,. |] oMMa ou0lOttaMtal he...... izi: :, IF YOUR day.Mrs. ford Board County?f Public. Florida Instruction hereby of BPad.rail HuWi

................1 ,.. J. B. Carouthers of Jacksonville an election to belteld In the school
MGCeB'a ae-..., louse. In
_1 o ._...- (WaaItIY)......, ,.. -...-... ... .. TWo.U spent Sunday here with Wsln.* Special Vanderbilt Tax School Hellbron District and

C.a_me tow..... ...>T"' he ..... J. ....:. TWo BREATH HASA her sister. Mrs. Ruth Marr. hall to determine.consolidate' whether or not they

'COpea .-* ....:.J.,.. 8's1r.r..ir....:::::::..iTn. Yr. Mrs. Nelson Green and children tees! and :determine' to the".I..ct' .mlllage three to tru.be
of Starke visited Mrs. LB LBe LBteS
.. Green'smother. ---
l-...-1"T ::; : ***-...ITr..IT u
OF"** Mr. H. C. here
: rnt..mAli Vi.......... ,"r. nibu QtSiiSsr ijT..."?.. .1. T.,.. SMELL YOUCAN'T Sunday.F. '

Q..IaMII..i. o ::::: T'- M. Crews spent the weekendIn DIRECTORS ,
,.. nhjSSEEr.1
'4 o w.w..w... 0 Nodtew'. HamTa ''.. !". Starke with R. L., Crews and our Many V_ Experience Make It Possible for Us to Rn
,.. .. : :
... .. Ofa .33.r .
... 11* Cecil Hardee and Lade Normanwere MODERATE PRICES _

,. -. CO.........-_--...-.. a.=' .......;: ALLAACAZ1NES/ SwT ,...S*';;;::JS .'WIlMa our we....._....,Is.0._r_frissiisseO .. so. fool_deorys doll In Starke Monday. DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY M

......... ..... d.eay -... ., sor .ast ... ..5 N Friends of Miss Verdle Austin STARKE
CbcIoe. .
'C oe ; FROM CROUP 2 a .. .....! ;; ...IT,. 1.4 ..> w. feel tk* ...- ., taN FLORIDA IseIce.
'4 .c.sh I........ isa ) CMq a_.::..!-.. .1 TWo ieemy ell eve em ...... It acsksi ot Starke will be interested to :
-- "IfcasO:) _. -P 14 es ge.4 *W saris1-*) learn of her marriage to Mr. J. L.

wb makes 1M food deeev Ia the......, Wells of Jacksonville. Mr. Wells I o:,
"wi. .- we ort too ...... oar Meg I I 1:
Gmmrmmi** Thin .11.", USB THIS ANDY OHDtm BlANK TODAY! $54.ass'S st L Whs. .. the MI* Meet Is connected with the University

H Is the Mrt ttal wo ieiee to ev City Transfer Co.. of Jacksonville. For I

; Our ..t..ni.lIICnt with tk. publi ,k"f.' Cfc eA IA. four mmgmtin.t ef.WrW n4 ntmm ttil b.dl.-Mr Valor..hM.* ore*IM.kemto e, I Ia en wary tort der*,trtmm ee> Mr. and Mrs. Wells will make their Expert Repairing teS teSon1.

owi.. r pf ..nt.Uv. --W.. so to semis mil A jwur on/.. /tff oaf coapon cevWulv.SNMtwg.ro J. e4 eesCse4 e td eve s.d...ew M tea..4 ad home In that city.THERESSA.

-. t.s.. .. __ ..e,..... _.. boen.le.Tkte timf sesjie eA .
this Mrkabl offer e seess
7S45' ,.* L.1t.strictlyjusreMtcd ort. vul. s ,.... .......... ..,... ...... -- ... ...... .

nd alt tubscriptloM will be wb.. -.fri..de -- .sd Smith's a

,', "- _ _ _ _ I'" wo oo5. .. Dud- ..a s HIM R".... .. ...... v..._........ Garage]
entered V ... .
proevpdy. you arc .< p*.- --. doo a -.... S -
-- ... M tile on1
.t.nt iubf cribct: to'MY of .... isn.. _.____________________________ uaIa ...... 1'1IIII' ..... se'hila. ..a..ow..eN ... W. G. Seals and daughter of on1f
... eI .... ... -
Ye. .
... your Mm will..bs qst.s4sJ.. lore s.d I...e ...... c-:. ... .." .. .. acksonvllle were transacting Phone 120 t v
in a" rn p.. ...... business here last week. .

QUOTATIONS OH MAGAZINES NOT LISTED SENT ON REQUEST Ia...- ,, : ....... -u... I KIM Rhoda 'Zeigtor spent tte Wrecker on.r'.k .

u- .. 'week-end In Service
._ ... _.. .. ... Jacksonville visiting Dy or Night
-..--. ...,; ,.1Mr..brother-tad t.erlDolMvHr.: .


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School JournalSTAFF "
: Bradford High J .

( history class and others \ 'i7 .

went on a trip to St. Augustine ( iI w l.J ;

_., There were twenty-four pupils and A } '
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Mrs. Wall and the bus driver madea I)) :

Elementary Dept. Washington's Birth total of twenty-six. We left I- @ @ !? &> fiJB1ff8efbW

....___..DorothY Sapp Has Observed In school about nine o'clock.
J.IIII"r.ln-Chl..t: Robert Chapel Thursday Chapel"AU .
.\MMI. tdllorln.Chlet. ChRDmanJ We went through the groundsof e ADAPTED 8Y BEATRICE FABER l '
Editor.Irma Btockwjll the GOLDWYM.MAYER Pu ""'" .
tv Us Memorial.and passed by the ETRO- -"""
Birthday Florida
J Program ** WfMhington's Wrwk" Is Also J
yparteEditorWLau" se eSnydeJoke chapel at Penney Farms. We arrived ---- --
; and "AH Florida Week"As CelebratedThe A half hour later after tea had In the warehouse of Murdston and
.. at St. One
Augustine about ten
E --Editor- __ A. W. An.derson SubjectsTho Chapter been served Mrs. Gummtdg oat Orlnby. "Now remember, you'r goIng ,
'J ErItertaf.ment Jr. -- numbers on the high school thirty. THE BLACK PANTHER by the firs, complaining of the to London to work." His strong

'',mar, and I..m"F. ::. :(P dman elementary chapel program chapel program last Friday were First, we went to the old fort. smoking chimney while Ham told finger bit cruelly Into the flesh of
Fort Marlon was started In 1672 fortune with cards Peggotty worked David lender Uttl ahouldera. "To
Thursday, February 21, was on or about the subject of George
EDITORIAL a combined observance of Wash- Washington and "All Florida and is built of a shell rock of natural A atrang hatchd-facd woman on her sewing. and Llttl/ Em'ly work. To work. h* repeated with

ington's birthday and "All FloridaWeek" Week." formation called coquina rapidly mad her way through the I pointed out the picture to David. snarling cmpbaal. .
we are told Is activity grove of -.waving elm tree end determinedly Th. door was pushed and At the warehouse In LondonDavid' ;
found open
and took only on eastern coast of
a The the
very, very good pro- chapel place during '
Iperformed because of the satisfaction headed for in* Copperfield I Dan Penrotty. a large hearty man duties were a nightmare of
Florida The walls about
gram was given by the primaryand fourth period and waa announcedby are
afforded the doer In the home entered with a duffle-bag which b* washing great stack of dirty wine
elementary grades. Mrs. Long. Mr. Gray was In twelve feet thick at base, nine feet bottle In hug wooden tub filled
while work baa.itaSncentlve She peered into the parlour j placed on the floor Then be a
Itself, rewatd beyond The program opened with the Waldo at the same hour giving a at top and about twenty-five feet through the window and saw. nit- brought nut a siring of bead with filthy soapy water Fat old

In some worker seeks. The Lord's Prayer and Flag Salute. talk to the Waldo High School. high. ting by the fire s young. lovely I for Em'ly "Blue like your eye my rat ran between has. feet and roti .
Etself which the The chapel opened by everyone The first room was the guards woman dr.**.d In mourning weeds pretty" be said fondly. "They've 1 i "nne** and refuM were everywhere

LlUtlnction seems to be largely lost Next little Evelyn Newson of singing "The Father of the Land room. The secondvaa the ofn- Ehe looked up. her eye. meeting I com In a big ship from P'ranca" I I ,

Lhen plays become professionalLed Mrs. Kincald's first grade sang We Love." This was followed by cers room. There were three religious those at the WIndow and jumped to "Mr PeggottyDavid asked 1' When his labor were over forth J I
or when one comes to love his "An Old Spinning Wheel." This her ft. startled Wltb a brusque I "did you give your son the name of day h* mad hi* way to the
the Lord's Prayer and the Flag rooms. The first
york for Its own sake rather than was followed by "The Father of religiousroom gesture the figure outside directedher Ham because you lived In a sort address h* had been given for ;r.,
Ifor rewards, for then one' the Land We Love," a song by all. was for Monks and Prieststo to open the door I of ark" lodgings Outside the dilapidated i
Lay Its his work and his Mr. Gray now made some an- The Rev Price of the Baptist do their writing and studying. "1 am Betsy Trot wood" the woman !I. "Why no air 'was given him by Mlcawber hou e. angry bill-collect \
becomes Often what Is Church now made a very good talk Next was the Garrison Chapel announced entering the house. his fatherr- my brother Jo* I I or* pounded on the door One of '
ark becomes play. nouncements. Among them was! to the students about Washington.This where the officers and guards "you've hoard of her I daraiay' Well them quickly handed David an envelope t :
ivork for one ls play for another the announcement that there wouldbe was followed by a "Short worshiped The third religiousroom "] I've bad that pla ure I "Come Dsvy": Pegfrotty cut In to give to Mlcawber II ,

lnd vice versa. Work that It no school Friday afternoon Story of George Washington" by was called the fern room, Miss Trntwnod marched Into the hastily 111 ahow you to your Th door wa opened by ClleUett .'l t

Ilone pleasurable, Is more readily which was received with great en- Overstreet. this Is where prisoners worshiped.The sitting-room and glanced around room." the lervaiit-glrl David looked .. '
Ind, more permanently learned thusiasm by the students.A Billy before Inquisitively Alone with him. eggotty explained around wonderingly at the disorder ,;,
that which la done without "Florida Sports and Induatrles" room entering "David Copperfloid wa my favorIte "That Mr. Gummldg her of the room Garment hung In unexpected I
than (tame-play" called "Guess by pupils of the fourth and fifth dungeon was called court room. nephew." she said "and 1 was huband. wa Dan' partner but he place and two children weld .1
ntereet. the City." was- next number on the grades was next. (This number The dungeon is twenty feet long, mortally offended when ht marrieda was drowned. And Ham and his creaming on the floor fighting a i:

The aim of education Is to establish program. A boy or girl would was given In the elementary chapel thirteen feet wide and seven feet wax doll of course. I'd never 1 cousin Em'ly are orphan my precious battle to the death over. an old ( :;,

the power and habit of I come out and make remarks about the day before, also). high. seen you. What will you eall your My brother adopted them and hobby-horaa !j( :'
corking persistently, consecutive- some Florida city with out calling: The girl?" Mrs. Oummldge too He's as good Mra Mlcawber a thin faded
dungeon was discovered woo'I'
|y. and determinedly toward ends its name. The first In the audienceto Next Mrs. Inman and Miss Mary Tuttle in 1833. "But perhaps It will be a boy as gold but It* get very angry man hung out the window <
khlch are foreseen; to establishhe guess the city would call it out. Lee Wynn (nurses) gave a hand Captain "'Don't contradict I have a pwuffntimtnt when anybody talk about hi* help- state of mournful excitement look. .!111
capacity for "encurance against A "Trees was now recited washing demonstration as done in After we went to the rort we It will be a girl. She ing: people." tog at the moving van. "If Mr. 'I
| and through hindrances." poem, Stockwell. rural schools.A had lunch. shall be christened Betsy Trotwood Til b* careful." David promised .Mlcawber were at home they
bstacles by Mary Lorraine We went to the old house which Copperfleld." David and Little Em'ly romped wouldn't dare. Oh to nee Mama l'
I School is full of duties that cane This was followed by a number "game-play" "Florida cities"was la made of coquina and was used Mrs Copperfield suddenly leaned and played together day after day beautiful bed ao do-ecrated" She lij{I
mnde easy through Intelligent from Miss Perkin's and Mrs. Hart'; next. (This play was given In weakly over to one side Then But t''.* all-too-hort visit was pled David "Oh welcome Master #j
eduction to routine. It is true rooms, "Florida Industries and elementary chapel Thursday). by the Monks as n hospital. It Is she fainted soon over and! David wa standing Copperfield. This I la my family But '' l i4!!

Ihat school Is full of hard work, Sports." This was a very Interest- Grace Green now recited a poem, about 336 years old. And after many hours of suspense before his own door again you must be Impatient to see your M

for there are limitless things toe ing play telling of Florida's resources "A Word About Washington." This The things we found of most while the elm tree. swayed Peggottv untied her bonnet with room." dI
Interest Were the tall grandfather'sclock
|> done that are worth while dong pastimes industries, etc., was followed by another poem.
and doing well, because there by letting a pupil represent that "Washington," by L. M. Gaines of made In England in 1760; t
the old chairs, pictures and tables
9 a reward for doing things well particular resource, pastime, In. the seventh grade.
There were three beds upstairs.One .
hard and faith
nd for working world needs workers, dustry, etc. A "Description of Mount Ver- of them wu ,over 300 years f1 i
ully. The A recitation by Bobby McRae on non," was given by Mellie Silcox -
loera of Intelligent purposeful, old.In t (
lard work and the "Being a Hero" was next. This wa! (eighth grade), and "Washington'sRulPi the garden was a wishingwell rr -
wholesome and, followed by "Another Washington"A of Conduct" were read by and Scottish po t-oftlce whichwe c ;" ),

-orld pays them respectshem. ( recitation) by Richard Jackson, Theodore Goodge (eighth). found very Interesting.The .
who toil aimlessly, r
Those and must be and "George Washington," a play- Next, Clarice Gill\ read part of last plac ''of interest we 1,
opelessly of their tasks let, by Mack Futch and Bptty Washington's Farewell Address," went to was the old school. It l Is
riven to every step 1'ft
Lcelve nothing whatsoever from Hayes of the second grade. and Virginia Fugate made a very made of wood. I "

hoot Self-directing Intelligence Four boys from Miss MI
the commodity that makes any room now presented an amusingskit that was made by the Ancient master and five children. The .

j valuable to himself and also called "George Washing History Class, of which she children had to .alt on benches
orson r e
thers. ton." Is a member. There was a dungeon under the "f l'
In conclusion two little girls Beatrice staircase where the school master 1 r
This is developed by work-not from Miss Lilley'a first grade recited Following this first celebration Moseley of I put the children when they need ,
told of the
ly drudgery. If one must be drtv- I
"February Blrthdaya. ed punishment.The .
In life, surely he needs no trains George Washington's birthday. I
n "This program was far the best I IThou&h school master lived upstairs.His .
for It in school. Mere drudgry there were still several
I have
consisted of bed
Momentary chapel program room a large ""
cannot educate.Leta said the numbers to be presented, chapel
wer witnessed, reporter'or and trunnel bed underneath. The
and make.the lasto for the at this
all dismissed
try was day
elementary chapel. trunnel bed was for the childrento
months of school a happy time since it was noon hour. The
announced by
Thla program was sleep on. In the day the trun
ding and not a place for drudg- Miss Jacobs. All piano accompaniments rest of the numbers were present. nel bed was for the children to t

were played by Mrs. Kin- ed in a special chapel Monday I sleep on. In the day the trunnel

Dorothy Sapp. caid. morning, second period. This pro bed Wall pushed under the large

gram waa as follows: 1 bed.. The roomcvotalne. a chair F clty4ap -

AUDITORIUM STAGETO Basketball Team First, the song "Father of the called smokers chair, dresser, sew r p
HAVE SCENERY Land We Love," the Lord's Prayerand ing machine. The kitchen was In 'I ,

j The first to mail In a check forn Beaten By Waldo Flag Salute. the back of the house, it contained 1",
dollars for the new scenery toe Then the program picked up the kitchen utensils which are over 300 t,.

Installed on the stage of the Boy's Team Goes To Cross City' thread where it had left off Fri years old. It has a wide fireplace, ,'J
radford high school auditorium For Tournament huge stone chimney and stone
las the Van H. Priest Co. Sc to day.Two floor.
from the tenth grade,
(1.00 stores with headquarters at Both of the B. H. S. basketball Eunice Williams and Ethel Pack- The school: house was built by

adlsan. Fla., also at Starke. teams met a disastrous defeat at Juan Genoply in 1685. He escaped ",
about the
facts "
Bradford High School assuresm the hands of Waldo Thursday ham life of gave Washington.some After this. from Governor Trumball'a colonyat 'Jr'j I'

of our future trade and good (February 21) afternoon.The little Evelyn Neweom of the first New Smyrna and he walked 70 j:'
Illl. We also gave them an adver- final score of the boy's Old miles to St. Augustine The last '"
"An Spinning
grade sang "
cement on the advertising cur. game was 39 to 9. The girls came Wheel." term of school was In 1884. ...
lln, which will be seen on Brad- out little better with a 23 to 18 'i
a "'. anal, !
brd Next was a "Talk on Washing into M, MO' .
High School Stage at eachd .core. ton" and "Washington's BIrtliday"by CALENDAR OF EVENTS David ........ AH .fref1fWtlGralli. bat ___ ____ \
every gathering. The ball has The result of the boys' team was I Robert Chapman and Myra Friday, March 1, Senior Assembly flood aide at A* sew Hr Ifxrrfttoiu. 1\\(
farted rolling Dow; who will bee to their lack of 9th grade la charge of .
due pro- .
principally 1 Frink, and "Florida Recitations"by MTrt. Uteavbtr sad Do,",,'. eyes hulfffd ..t4tk horror atitienvbtr :-I,
next one? Man all checks to practice as they had only practiced seven pupils of Miss Edward'sroom. gram. Principal from Waldo High fftr.al.n.d ...tot.... t
J. Grlffla. Superintendent Pub- once durlnfr the two weeks School will speak.. ., ,

i Instruction._ Starke, Fla. I preceding the game. The girls' A .little dialogue between Mack Monday, March 4, Senior Girl's I mora wildly than ever with Doctor shakingfingers "....ter David,I Reaching the attlc-nhaped chaosbr r;'

_----__ 1 team had a little more practicebut Futch and Betty Hayes, "George Glee Club. Directed by Mrs. A. E. Chllllp going about his talk _1ft. she said popping 'out with tt.1 that wa to be David ram. '
TREE PLANTING not enough. was next and follow. Wall ly and llntly. Aunt Betsy left oft -you.... got e pa. A new pa" Mra. Mlcawber. displayed It a* 1,"

Last; week the school did much to Both teams played a clean, hard Washington this Herbert, Packham gave a Tuesday, March. 5. Jujlor Girl's her steady pacing back and forth David stood there dazedly then though It were fit for a k1l'la1'1" >> l
prove the looks of the campus. fame but "practice makes perfect" ing Glee Club. and approached him a* b. *nUr*< followt- her In -Davy boy. bow do luxury' but simple _tort. ,rsBuddenlyr !
[tree plantng campaign stag talk on birds. the Ittlng-room. a noncommlttalamUe do** Murditon greeted him there wa a atranopa ;.ftsole t
was and teams had had little you
our This concluded the program and Thursday, March 7, Elementary his face from above Th. children ;
supervised by Mr. Aubrey of greeting on David gave jlm his hand then turn..d
practice. for Chapel. to their mother In alarm.\ \\f
chapel was dismissed recess. mother' embrace clung
ink. horticulturist ,The follow- "Mercy on the man'!1" .be burst to receive has *
This was the last game before Thursday March 7, 5th period Through the skylight there appearI
announced the iI
trees Mrs. Long program out "What's h* doing? Can't bespeak She enfolded him warmly but tberwa
g were planted: Nine cam- tournament at Cross City ed two clout booted leg. Then a '
the and made announcementsfor Special Assembly, a play presented How is she*" a curiously trained tenseness. .
ors, two palms, four Biatos, two which takes place today and to- the week. by Mrs Demorest's Spoken "ah ma'am? I apprehended you about all bar movements"And tarlle round fan beamed down. 'v
Pgwoods, three pines, two aza- Mrs Micawbar screamed "MrMlcawbar' lit liti
morrow. English Class in observance of All had known. It's a boy" a new existence began for
MS, one holly tree, one oak one ELEMENTARY NEWS Florida Week. There was a loud gasp and Aunt David H. formed the bablt of per i Children. It I* yourpapa"

dar, and one gall berry shrub, aF'i PERSONALITY SKETCH ..--- Betsy. struck Doctor Chllllp squarely ing fearfully Into dark corner expecting Instantly she rushed Into "y.

of petunias. All together it On the third of April 1919, Mr. Beginner* Mr Klncald'a Room S041ETY on th. bead with her bonnet Tb Black Panther to leap hi. outstretched been arms"Hpving driven over roof I,

lade a very pretty landscape. It and Mrs. W.. C. Wooten of Law- We have been working hard on Mills Dorothy Sapp spent Sun. Then. Jamming; It on hr bead. she out at Aim end be would Jump nervously and chimney" Mlcawbr raid In
hoped that all of the trees will stalked out of th. room and house whenever h* beard a heavy
with We have madea
tey, lila, were blessed our circus parade. day visiting In Jacksonville. Ilk dlcontntd fairy footfall. high aplrlla. "by Ute machination of
Ire.The brown eyed baby boy, William band wagon, horses and ele- Miss Martha Powell spent the later little David our enemies I In short I haw. \
seniors are planning to go too Wooten Jr., has grown to the phants. Today we made clowns. week-end !In Gainesville and while Copprflld Eight years atn the sitting-room On" afternoon. Mrs Copprflld arrived" He noticed David and t,
a flowing maternity
woods this week and of five feet nine Inches. He It: is lots of fun. MilItary greeted him wltb booming hearth t
get morees height there attended the. R. O. T C reading to his nurse Fcggotty H e i gown sat at her db aa David
and continue the planting. weighs ISO pounds. William Is one The Sunbeams have almost finished Ball., was silent for a moment la sad rsmsmbfaae recited Bl* lesson to her Mr fort fleas.and offering privacy their, domestic com- 'I/
football and basketball players. their First Readers also of tb. father whom be
of our Mlsa Louise Snyder spent Sun. Murdston and his alatr. Jan. David smiled "Thank air"
[ WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY He likes athletics red ties, Work Books. They will soon have day visiting in Alachua. had ar known. Then be spoke watched him like a pair of hawk Than Mloswaber want you oa to till

OBSERVED HERE policemen's shoes, brunettes and some new books. Joe Edwards motored to the bealtafttly."Tbat man In church bout to pounce on their prey of the termination of his annex
his greatest ambition Is to graduate State Farm Friday night. today with mother I* Is like a After stumbling and faltering a tloa with tile babardaahary But.b .

(George Washington's .birthdays from high school.. He plans togo Fifth Grade News Edwin Smith ,a former senior black panther In my.animal book number tot time David finally continued **"..Iy.' b*- bad east

been duly celebrated here at B.I to the University of Florida Mb Eunice Perkins, TeacherIn boy, was visiting'In Starke duringthe P.ggotty"Bh.* lowered hr *y*lld r* dlaertly. .> stopped fabefor.confused. him by the two glaring It'ey.a over, the *ntlr world *fbiulnes It1\

I S. for the past two weeks by next year, and study anything but art we are making picturesof week-end. .."Hush that's Mr Murdjton Murdston walked to the corner and bad aatocud Beer ;'
lans of chapel talks, We failed to mention robbins and butterflies thud Now red Mrs Mloawaber" was delighted. If ;
programs chemistry. of mama's. mesome and brought out L Umber little can there war. anything at which bar ,+,\
Lures, posters, songs, and study.JVe one of his likes which Is more Important -I Last Wednesday the Seventh NO SCHOOL FRIDAY more* which be switch threateningly' Althla. husband wa calculated to Mao. Y

have all learned the song than any of the others Grade helped us set out a palm Only the teachers had to go to He had no snore'than started : Mr Copp.rfleld burt into she declared proudly H was malt >

Put him "Father of the Land that is, a certain Junior girl whoIs that Garland Godwin gave to our school last Friday afternoon, Feb when the doorbell rang- Flying into t..*rs But llurdnon winked to him and bop. ,

l> Love," and we know, through a brunette and wears bangs. room. ruary 22, and the pupils had a half Ja.. mothers' arms h* kissed her Meter. blandly' tilling br to comfort Suddenly David,*_mbe.... tb* t

Idy and attention, many inclrts I I Sbe la from Lawtey. (Guess The Fourth and Fifth Grades holiday The reason for this was affectionately but stood said aab Clara for the worry >and torment letter H* gave it to Mr Mleawbar '
saw If r If urdstoa*. That gen David br Then
and facts about his life that who 7 ?) had play on Florida's Industriesand that the Bradford County Teach. would bar shaken hand bad oaod who left tile room eID"DrrtIJ ;.
I never knew and Friday In tlwian b* took Avid upstairs Mra. Mloawbr wa jut titlhg .'
before. The more Sports Thursday era Association held their monthly David be.csrudely.'wbll
with him but bung
teaching his room be raised the
of the B-riOn-MOUl
I learn about him, the more weP're. SENIOR PERSONALITIES Chapel. We are studying about I meeting here that afternoon. his mother glanced atAim oaa and brought H down onDavid' profit
t* b* aiad la beer want ...* wa (
respect and love him. Mary Elizabeth WynnOn Florida as we want to learn all Many of the students hope the la nproscbLater back with sickening feroo- IntarrupUd by a sense of frlghtfv.1 "

Feb. 12 1916 a baby girl with we can about our state. Association will start holding In David's room. wall* she Ity. rising and striking regularly cries emanating from the throat *f 'f,
I ALL FLORIDA WEEK brown eyes and black balr, was We have two new pupils In our weekly meetings [In the near fu waabd him. peggotty suggested with the bal of hi* fury Mr MleawbrTb .

I CELEBRATEDflany born to Mr. and Mrs. N. V. Wynnat I room-Lester McMillan and Earl ture. that h* com with her to th* fishing Hour later David still lay ow the children1 eyes bulged with

Hampton Florida. Johns. .*> village, Yarmouth to visit her broth floor. fevered, torn and bearvbroha. horror and David stood traaaftsada

beautiful posters, bird M. E. baa a very pleasing personality This week is teat week and we MR. GRAY VISITS WALDO **. th* blood-ourdBng.,..,. j;
Th nt day. aa th* earl movtdover Wot unto dawa bad dawn
sea, soil samples and pictures I and Is liked by all who are all studying and hoping that Last Friday morning' Mr. Gray David lookdjsacariy gray mounted In Intensity I
tile road Ha the borlaoa did
country light on Peg.
corning the "All Florida Week"on with She has will make better grades this "CUktt rushed la "Oh oh. His IS I;
art acquainted her. we visited Waldo to entertain and instruct about la all direction for golly tile door
open Mr I '
ah Mloawbr
euttla' throat *
I exhibit In the auditorium been a member of the Senior girls month than we did last month. the Waldo pupils and teachers h* was feeling the thrill of boy gas cradled him hi bar arms sad euttta' bla tJaroa&I ." ..

| la several rooms, All who glee club for four years and has Selma Thornton Reporter. along thetJlaes of making I od his first journey away from br vole. shook Tour mama tbvrelou I{.
|e not seen them are cordially played on the basketball team for better schools. Mr.Gray has been : th. darlingb*'. deadPefgotty. I I -

|ted to do I0.I three years. Fourth Grade News) very inspirational to the, pupils of And so the Yarmouth beach raw .- David ertod la ai. tD.v/d *.. m* were has M d.

She likes dancing swimming, Miss Hlnaon's Room Bradford High In .thle-way and we before them out of tile surrounding guleh.Ob Peggotty: W'r all Ik* ogaeMlMOeM Xi- i

I SECOND GRADE NEWS commercIal work, basketball team, We are reading a very Interest- are sure that hefwai as'such In landscape. Th busyflsbraaa and ...... D_ tfbtrt Kbb* 4* eomfroseeel''' I
ib* proud .saUlaa vssl occupied Than with shaking **.........
I Miss McRae Teacher to have a good time, and a certain ing book called "Sllversheene\ Kingof Waldo. Today the principal of the David'. wld.*yod attattoa. Peggotty wa ordered to leav. .*.l.drama*!*.........,.. Waal
f e made ca bird poster for brunette from Waldo who Is now Sled Dogs." We enjoy this book Waldo school Mr..Hodges will '
They wr mt by Fwttotty David tearfully bad bar farewell.M ha Name .*.* MIawM1 11'tB %f'
|ow Florida Better" week. We attending the University of Flor- very much. come to this school to. bring us a ......., Ham. a Mrong y.usg Ne as 1MU sorer sea her fig.Ia ly b* able f. ease) ba ar.wwTJ
I now enjoying\ a Second Grade Ida. Sbe likes parties, people and W. are studying about Floridafor ,message .tow with aa honest by fees and M.--e hum ...... eat res ? ;. '" IA.
*) >tl.*. .. ester /H a>
[paper "My: Weekly Reader." leisure time. we wish to learn all we can Jrty' llcbt. balr. 'LTtld.ewee ... NtIeodoDa.. "H..ou "r" ha :
F week It gave some Interest- about our state. We are studyingso \ Help the All Florida Committee (KaaTr Davy. b* uolttitlelnsrNd said with ......*. d.tlhaatoNaa Me seed M Z.ed.anM a, :

facts about the Great Wash- AFC-AU Florida Committee- we will make' food grades on In Its program to advertise all of ....s. nMraeuo4.- wed w to ln Davy that b* .. Me JYa0 dhemf 1MM ....

D. JOIN: February 23-March 2! our' teaU this week. Florida to the Nation r/slalstl aM llMstistet two be... ....to Lstsdsa $.1NIt ,.mewls? ........ r".a.



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IIowellTilliaThe Lovely Program Given At Sunday. Plans were also made Mlas Leila Dea Andrews'ha.s'recently Rev. Tlbbetts and his orcW! fl

Washington Birthday Party have some repair work done to the accepted a position In Madi- from the Camp of the PallllB '
following announcementtaken Church month. Dill
of the this
son In the Rural Rehabilitation Of- Keystone Heights j
from a recent\Issue of the Those attending the Washington Mrs. C A. Kni&ht'invlted' the Circle music for ,furnIshed Iht
fSocicttj Times-Union will be of Interest to Birthday Party, Friday evening at to meet with her for their May fice. both services at .!
the many friends her of Mrs. the club house beard a lovely pro- meeting. First Baptist Church Sunday RJ
Howell, a former resident of: gram suitable to the occasion. Un- Refreshments of hot chocolateand Mr. and Mrs. William Lant and Tibbetts also conducted the fYI.

Starke: der the direction of the program cookies were served by Ute son, William Jr., Mr. and Mrs B. nlng worship service.
a Mrs. Llnnle Alvarez This and J committee the- following: numbers; hostesses during the social period. .- -
Copeland Edwards Garfield Howell married at, 0 W. Curry and Misses Mabel and With 100,000 Floridian
U. D. C. Will were entertained the guests: I *
Pearl Reddish,'all of Jacksonville, s
12:30 o'clock 24' W. M:, S. CirclesTo members the All Florida
: Sunday February Spinning Song-Little Evelyn, Con
Meet WednesdayThe Mr. and Mrs. W. M.' Edwards spent the week-end here with the tee will have u
In the home of the bride's son-ln Newsom accompanied by Mrs. F. Meet Monday proof on the dott_
; local chapter United Daughters Announce the marriageof' 'their law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs H. Long Misses Reddish'parents, Mr. and line; that Floridians belie,*
of the Confederacy will meet daughter, William B. Neal Jr., in Brentwood George Washington's" .ten commandments Circles of the Woman's Missionary Mrs. I. J. Reddish. Florida.. II

Wednesday, March 6, at three- Lola Mazelle:: The Rev. T. L. O. Barr performed ,. :written when he was Society of the Methodist
thirty p. m., at the home of Mr. to Copeland'' the ceremony. Mrs W. S. TU- ten years old,.-N. T. Rltch. Church will meet Monday after- L _r;
and Mrs L. A. Davis. Hostesses: Arthur F. lls played the wedding march' Piano Grandmother's Mln noon at three o'clock. Circle Number -
December 30, 1934 at Bronson One will meet at the home of The Best
Mrs. Davis, Mrs L. G. Powell, Miss Florida. Mrs. Howell was attired in a uet-Margaret Lowry. s Of
Etta Tison and.Mrs. W. O. lIalle.I beige gownwith Minuet+Juantta Barefoot. Tom- Judge and Mrs E. K. Perryman. 111
The above announcement will crepe accessories '
r Circle Number Two will meet at
Music Club NoticeThe Come as a surprise to the many to match. my Rltch. Harold. .Bishop and Margaret the home of Dr. and Mrs. W.. E The Better !
.Junior Lowry. ]3eersl
friends of Mr. and Mrs. Copeland.The After the wedding a three-course I ,Three Old Familiar Tune.Mrs.L. Middleton.'
Junior Music Club of Starke bride la the eldest daughter luncheon was served. ,The table I

: ,,will meet Wednesday afternoon, of Mr.,and Mrs. Edwards and was overlaid With a lovely lace Piano A. Canova.and violin pianist.number N. T LAWTEY lip ,ON DRAFT and IN BOTTLES
resident of Starke' cloth, and centered with a. hand- .. .. .. I
2 arch 6;. at the Presbyterian Is a life-long and Tommy Rltch. O. J. Phillip. C rr < (
.? and a graduate of Bradford High some bride's cake., Kitty's Lunch Pioneer Service
; p&asae.'All A contest called a WashingtonQuiz Sunday, March 3, the Lawtey;
a, i members,of the club are School She and Mr. Copelandhave Mrs. Charles Coleman poured created, much merrimentand Methodist Church begins a seriesof (SINCLAIR SERVICE I Station
a host of friends throughoutthe coffee, and Miss Marie Prevatt assisted -.
I urged to be present as an interest- state who will wish them much in the largest number of cor Evangelistic meetings. It will STATION) R. J. ANDREWS!\, JR
: Ing program has been arranged. serving. rect answers were given by Mrs take the form of an old fashioned 223 Temple AveSTARKE N. of Court House
r happiness. Mr. and Mrs. Howell will live In H. B. McLendon and Mrs. L. A revival camp meeting. Arrange-
They are at home to their friendsat Waldo, where Mr. Howell Is In
I Davis. A small.hatchet ornamented ments have been made for a num-
All Kinds of Fresh & the home of the bride's parents; ,business. About twenty-five relatives with a red ribbon bow was presented ber of Imported preachers, alng-
, on Call Street. and friends were
: Intimate as an award. era and lay-leaders. Services begin -
I Salt Water Fish --. present ... The club house was attractively each night- at 7:30.: IONA BRANDFLOUR
4 Join the All Florida Committee,, decorated with the national colors Lawtey Junior High school was
; APALACIIICOLAOYSTERS I February 25-March 21! Methodist Church News United States flags being plac- entertained Thursday afternoon bya
,AND SHRIMP ed In conspicuous places. Re- o'Plain
The Institute sponsored by'"the'Garfield picnic given by the Lawtey Pa-
freshments were served In the sun
rent-Teachers Association. Three
, AT Evans Epworth League
. parlor from a table covered witha hundred and fifty students, teachers or Fklf-Rlsing-
Unions, of the Starke, Waldo,
THE MAGNOLIA] Hawthorn.'Orange Creek and Mel- handsome lace cloth, red can- and parents attended.
dles in silver candelabra added to 6-lh. Sk 13-lb.: Sk. 24 Ib. Sk 48-lb.
rose Churches, held in Waldo last Miss Lorene Carter of Tampawas -
week closed with the beauty of the arrangement, her aunt Mrs. V. R. 1TAUSNe;
Sunday' night visiting
FISH MARKET .' and pouring coffee at one end of 25c 47c 89c $1.75DIXIE
ON ROAD THIRTEEN certificates of credit beingpresented : Reddish here Saturday and Sun-
l- .1 be: table was Mrs. B. M.
to. those. who,..were eligiblefor gomery and< at the Mont-j day., WHERE ECONOMY nutti
thnOnly .wardA
-- Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Andreu of
of the table Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton
those who were over'six- Starke were visiting Mrland Mrs.
poured tea. CRYSTAl-Finest Granulated
teen years of age and not over the I L. F. Dinkins Monday

i:., J, NOTICE age these of twenty-three certificates.were Those eligiblefor from : The of the Woman's Methodist Missionary Church,Society sponsors -- Rev. and Mrs. D. evening.L. Phillips SUGAR 5 lb. cloth bag 25c|

STRAWBERRY GROWERS AND SHIPPERS the Starke League receiving certif- of this affair, desire tc most were visiting friends at Melrose

, ..1t *. cordially thank all those who assisted Sunday., ._ __ .. ..
wharf icates were: A. W Anderson, Jr., u "
,I On Saturday March 9th at 2:30: p. m. at ,or on shipping
t Woodfin 'Halle, Hansel Dampier.Mr. in any way, especially those Tom Beck who Is employed at GRANDMOTHER'S-FRESH Plain or Sliced
In Town of Lawtey Florida there will be a. mass meeting<< of from other. churches ,who ao willingly -
t, Donald MacQueen conductedthe Orlando spent the,week-end at his 14-Oz 18-Oz. 21-Oz.|
strawberry shippers and growers to settle the question a* to lent. their time and talent. home here
" evening service at the Church
\ reasonable 88 pint crate of strawbe1 -! The proceeds from the party will I BREAD fic :8c l lOtl
tM' what will be a charge per Sunday during the. absence of the Mr. and Mrs J. B. Dye of Lakeland :
Vies for furnishing electric light,.loading stripping, bracing -- pastor Rev. Montgomery, who was be used in painting the local parsonage were visiting at the home of _

-:),' cutting down Ice In bunkers, furnishing salt and applying salt attending the Institute in Waldo. .' Mr. and Mrs. A. M.Blanchard Sat-
billing keeping record of shipment and delivery of strawber- The Intermediate and Young urday and Sundays. IONA BRAND-WIth Pork and Tomato SauceBAKER'S

;" Ties shipped by refrigerated expresa from Lawtey to Northern People's Laegue is progressing Baptist CirclesMeet Mrs. M. B. Plummer was a bus-
;, H""1 ,Markets. nicely and an young people of the Circle Ono of the -Baptist W. M. Incas visitor to Penney Farms BEANS 16-oz.can3for f 13el
Methodist Church are Invited to Monday.Rev. .
U. was entertained by Mrs. W. J.
fault of mine the ancll8hJppel'll paid around ,.
Through no growers attend.
and James Lyell filled his ap-
Epperson M'n. J. W. Edwardsat PREMIUM
700.00 more than the straight,charge' should or would have Communion will be observed at
c the home,.9! Mrs. Epperson pointment'> at the First Baptist
,. been the straight charge with only So per orate for loading the Church Sunday morning?',and Monday afternoon. Church: at Hampton Sunday. CHOCOLATECALUMET 3-oz. Pkg.: 9c

W should cost you exactly '1.20 per 86 pint crate to deliver In storesin on Monday night at .even thirty The devotional was conductedby Mrs. O. J. Phillips and Miss Dabble -
1 New York. In ISSS I Initialed Iced re-Iced precooled, salted.'Uetc. ; o'clock the Board of Stewards will Mrs. J* H. Lord after which a > Phillips were visitors to Starke BAKING POWDER Lb. Can 23c

:'<1.. .,' and saved the growers around $2.000.00 aa against standard hold their meeting at the Church short business session followed. Saturday afternoon. Maxwell House Instant

N:' refrigeration with a So per 36 pint crate for loading. The leader gave out parts to the COFFEE Lb. Slo POSTUM 4-ot'can 27c
.. members who will assist In the Grapenut Log Cabin
\\t< During shipping season of 1035 I will*.If,you so desire Initial 'f'l! find the things Week of. Prayer program which GENT A WORD FLAKES Pkg. lOc SYRUP 12-00. can 25c
foe, re-Ice salt, precool. pay abandoned charge and detentfon We serve to eat will be held next week at the

', charges and deliver your berrlen In stores In New York for,fcfactly Are naturallyJust church. Mrs.' Epperson read a -.-
51 '1.20 per 36 pint crate, thereby saving you the over charges hard to beat Chapter from the book the Circle latudylng. COLUMNFOR Cooking or'Eating 4 Iba. A&P: Finest Creamery

.. '.... referred to above; or I will load for So. ,per crate and you pay Pledges were made to APPLES: 25c Tub or Print

;yr aU over charges. (We're. better cooks than' poets, cover the fund.' subscription''Mn.' to the SALE, near-80 Starke acre, known Improvedfarm as CELERY Stalk 8c
100,000 Pate GaseettandMrs. BjnFjyyiciWhole

; + If you are Interested bet pj-esent-oa'tune-and I think,you will, but*anyway the"Idea.you) get- ,fir LHALL'S : '.-OvTJj' ? kiffia wW.sate. Sunny plements.;prook.: This Nome\"Is bn turn\ture.lm". 'of\,the best ,Lettucft:..HeacLjUfi, 9c, . .
,1: 'L. have your eyes opened as to a lot of miscellaneous talk mlsrepmentation -- tam the ClreW'aTits May meeting Fresh Lb. Milk 1
\1; .; and straight out falsehoods that have been going therounds Two new members Mrs. William farms In county. Only $625 down, Tomatoes
balance Owner 7600 N.W.th 12Vzc
''rJ.' for past six months or more. PLACENear Norris and Mrs. A. A. Jordan were Court.easy.Miami Fla. 3t* 81bsDs. CHEESE E 23c'Strlnelen
welcomed Into the Circle.

: 'J. L. H ARRELL. q J J Station Refreshments i were served by FOR RENT-Furnished apartmenton BEANS 25c Rath's Cedar Valley PICNIC I
the hostess to the.fifteen members first floor, connecting with Bell
v.r. present. bath. Private entrance. Mrs. PEPPERS 3'for lOc HAMS Ib. 15c
Circle Two of ,the Woman's Hamrtck, .S. .Walnut.St. .It* Dozen
4 .. .. Missionary Union of the First
CM B*K aa B afcr i n TH u Baptist LEMONS I
Church was entertained by MAN WANTED for Rawlelgh 19c Sunnyfleld Sliced Breakf' ;

FISH 3 Lbs. 25c Jrs. Dave Silcox and Mrs. GeorgeB. Route of 800 families. Good
BACON Ib. 37c
Flynn Monday afternoon the profits for hustler. We train and ONIONS Lb.6c ,
GREEN'SP home of Mrs. Silcox "jUt .t help you Write.today. Rawleigh 1
Seasonal flowers were :used'todecorate Co.. Dept. FAC-223-SA2, Memphis, I Oleomargarine

RICE 5 Lbs. 19c home where the the living members room ot were,this TenD FOR_ RENT-Furnished apart BANANAS Ib 5c NUTLEYlb.l5cSPECIAL

seated. Mrs. L. O. Powell, leaderof 1
ment first floor. See Mrs F. H. ,
r the Circle, had! charge of the Long Walnut Street. It* LOW PRICES ON A a PS FAMOUS )
' meeting and'edliducted the de-

( 'GROUND P L E'' .E '- 2f :N' G' votional and business session. The FOR RENT-Furnished or unfur- COFFEEFRESHLY
,, general routine, of business was nished rooms at 327 West Call St.
taken up and new plans for the Mrs. H. H.'Young 2t*
COFFEE 2Lbs. 2Sc' Circle were dic,jjJaed.' f.... O. W. ROASTFD!-FRESHLY' GROUND!
''J Alderman and Mrs. Annie Richard A GOOD variety of garden and EIGHT O'CLOCK RED CIRCLE BOKAR
FOOD STORE will entertain the Circle In May.at field seeds, also Cole Plantersand "Mild and Mellow" 'RIch and full Bodied"Vlgoroua and U liny11
',, .. t the Alderman residence. fertilizer distributors. ,Stock

".r1.1. J ; -LYE'2 Cans 15c Specials Friday and Saturday ,I the During hostesses refreshment the to social'the! were fourteen period served. members delicIous by-- -15-4 and nd: poultry crates tWANTEDTo at remedies.White's Store.Berry cups 2 Lbs. 35c 2 Lbs.. 39c Per Lb. 25c

present. ... .
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: PEANUT GELATIN .1, i tit 8 1'c Circle Three was entertained by buy small lot with FRESH! CANNED -

" Mrs. F. F. Flume and Mrs. E. M. medium size home. In good repair MACKEREL 8-oz. can 5c

BUTTER 16-oz.Jar 15c DESSERT 3 For J 143 Thomas at the Flume residence, reasonably close-in. Will pay cash, STANDARD QUALITY No. 1 Can
f. where a very enjoyable meeting but Starke> must, Fla.be cheap. p O. Box 335 TOMATOESCOLD 5c|
was held, with sixteen members

,: : Tomatoes No 2 cans 25c BLACK it1fI.trl. present.A short. devotional service was ANTED-Buye.ing: My home on for South the Thompson follow-- PINK STREAM SALMON Tall Can lOcI

' conducted by the leader, Mrs. W. Street; three fine lots BOO feet FINEST DRIEDNAVY '
'OATMEAL 2Pkgs. 15cPrince PEPPER Calf f for .4| B.usual Alexander routine;'of after which the west "Courtesy" filling station; BEANS Per Pound 5c
. was two fine lots on.South Cherry St.; FINE-UNBOLTED "
transacted. Plans were made by ten acres of good strawberry land
t CORN 12c
the MEAL 5-lb.
Circle Bag
,' transporta- near Plant City. Would this
? Albert Can lie] BROOMS Each'tilk29c'cHARMER lon for children!on the out-skirts and for property in, swap or near ..SUNNYFIELDOATMEAL _
of town, that .
so they I5c6cl
may .21
1t': ; Starke. All are bargains. W. E. Sunday School at
the Church each Daugherty, South Thompson St. WHITE HOUSE ,




BEANS 3 Cans .8"20c 01e NlO ''N TAGtlCRttNORAClOlTMS'OLSEWJDhINSON DOG FOOD Calo 2 16-oz.cans 15c

! i; HASH 16- z. can 14c : PALMOLIVE SOAP Cakes 19c

,2 For 27c -.-'- __ __ ... .J
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w f r\ .PORK CHOPS Lb. 20c MILK. : 3 TaD Cans ,$18c] av7HfRC rrt VOMMMW/W* *rvmr 00f MACARONI 7-oz.Pkg.3for f 13c|

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PALMOLIVE JELLY 35-oz.jar 18c CIGARETTES Per Ctne $1.2Q

SOAP 3 Bars 15c :
'I- I GbdAi eAus AP: FANCYPUMPKIN.' -- .. .- --_ :::a

,r SUPE-R.SUDS ,3 Plig$ 25c ROUND STEAK_ ,_Lb. J 19?* ; I STARS ice CSC tihU'M RUbOr' IUbrCAA'aZAurfl tS arwhry Ia Jv1Ylr o l! Lge. No. 2/'can 9c

l:1: OCTAGON:SOAP or : 1 (w CAt4Rdrrlge tAOtl M4JlG9CN/t wA ANN PAGE-o..lIc.OWIo Pure FruIt 110J i\!\
W.Mixo-Neu RMleg S Ib. 1J Ik 4, Jj ih", AMERICA'S


: rat. S p. m-Price* 53*. SSc-91.10 (Inc. Tax) 2 1-2 HOUR -

: \ .t!. Eve. S:30 p. nw Prices S3c. $1.10--<1.63 ,".'i"" ." "' ., "' .... -, '-

trtil'w';; \ : ""v1, (t eUyyS": .,<:!':ftf.l'.t..t" ",r'',';.a.J:1j ;FnF1'1': I ,-" ,'.\ W;!.. II ,..:,.,..., ,"! v..i,;::.,> +!; :JfI4f i\' ""'4jo(, \" .'.,'Jo".."44vkYA',."'j''..&.'!,'!",,"\\'IIi\$ ,\ \\.j/. )ovjff{".__'; "i ...., .(\\i.,,':,1...<.;".. .;;;!..j".y:',. ,." .0..M..' "".?,'r'" .. .

l 1 J Imp.qr} .iry tNPmgti..mHM,,,/ H'I'Md qAd+7"1'+MYh"w'AMt i '' ,"M' ni. +v'a'a d.q,in' ,i y 'p R t,.M mw, ,. .x? ..arndNy', (.1rd". .;'!j.avMm, +a +WM"'-l\m'\! ""_mr_a h Mu';'':'1'''T"fi+'htA 1'e,KP1PAt! 'r''tn''V'''''''' .

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Mr and Mrs. J. G. Boyd who Mrs.: Florence Emma Canovn 1 Mr. and Mrs. W II. Green with Misses Lois Long and Marjorie Mr. and Mrs W. E. Bryant Jr..
have been residing in Tampa for entertained all of her children and Mr. and Mrs R. S. John: and Dr.I Stump, students at the Florida' and little son of Cocoa were week-
several months, rave recently mov- grandchildren at dinner Sunday and Mrs. J. E. Mamas of Lake State College for Women, spent end guests of Mr. Bryant's parents,
Bits of ed back to Starke. the occasion being her birthday anniversary Butler motored to Palatka Sunday the week-end here with their pa-: Mr. and Mrs W. E. Bryant. Mrs. i:
where they visited the Azalea rents Mrs. F. H. Long and Mr. Bryant and little son remainedover t
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Malphurs, Gardena and Mrs, Fred F. Stump. I for a week's visit with Mr.

who have been residents of Starke Mrs.:O. J. Griffin and son, OwenW. Bryant's parents. 'j
I cal NeWs for several years, have moved to ., of St. Augustine, spent Friday Mrs. Olllver H. Aspinwall and Mr. and Mrs C. S. Lindsay and -- J j
their home at Brooker here with1'Dr. and Mrs E L. little son, of Jacksonville have daughter Miss Evelyn, have re- Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Riger of "
Biggs at. theiR' residence on Wal- been" spending several days here turned to their home in Winston-
Paterson N.
carpenters nut Street. with her parents Mr..and Mrs. T. N. C., after visit herewith j
Mrs. L. E. Moseley has had Sulcm. a Welles Stump of New 'York, I.
of TilE COUNTY AND TOWN I k Williams at their'residence on,, .
PROGRESS employed for the past few Mrs Lindaay's brother and spent the weekend In Starke with :
days adding an extra room to her Dr. Samuel Sternberg of Day.. Cherry Street. slpter-ln-law, Mr- and Mrs. D. p Mr. and Mrs. Fred F. Stump.They I,
home on. Cherry Street. tona Beach, was a week-end guestof Carpenter were' enroute home from Miami' ,.1 I f
-- his parents Mr. and Mrs. N. Mrs. J. W. Andrews will accom- where they enjoyed a several ','. 1
L Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis spent Sternberg, at 'their''residence on pany Mrs. W E. Torode and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Rtckenback- days visit. J
Mrs. Ina Bennett of Lawtey, WMI JIhnny Redgrave. and Eldredge Saturday and Sunday In Fernan- Walnut Street. 0., W Roberts of Lawtey to De- :r with their guests Mr. and Mrs. .... t
I visitor )Here TuesdayS Smith: spent Friday and SaturdayIn dlna visting his mother, Mrs. Mary Land Friday where they will II.: C. Rlckenbacker. Mrs M. A. "
a : New York City: on business. Davis,and other relatives. Mrs. 'H. A, Durden 'and little spend the week-end with relatives. Rickenbacker!: aid Chester Sane, Friends of Billy Parker will be 'r I :h!
j. Norman of Lake.Butler, ...--. daughter Betty Jo, of'''Madison, of Mrs. Roberta. were visiting In Penney Farms Interested to learn that he baa If
I wall'a visitor here Saturday., 'Mr, and' Mrs: J. P. Shaw and Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Boree have been guests of Mrs. Durden's .' anti Green Cove Springs,. Sunday been promoted from the Navy 1 :i !
children, of the State Farm, were of .Jacksonville spent Sunday In parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H: Ritch Mr and Mrs S. Dobrovi and afternoon. Hospital Corps School at Portsmouth ;j;
Miss Harriet Bitch wa a*visitor visitors. here Friday afternoon. I Starke with Mrs. Boree's parents, for several days: :'children If'Daytona' Beach spent Va, where he bus been In '
to JacksonvilleTuesday. Mr and Mrs. G. H. Bennett. 'Sunday In Starke with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ri<:kf'nback- traDing for past several month i "
_Mrs.. W.i M. Wimberly and father Mrs. Ruby Jones, an employee of Mrs. Wm. Dobrow and Mr. and er Mrs. M. A. Rtckenbacker and and where he was an honor'student' J'
, T. F Johnson ot Hampton, was A. H. Green were visitors to Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Strlngfellow Bryant's Cafe, who Is recuperatingfrom Mrs. B. Jacobs at their residenceon Chester Sane, left Monday for with a final average of 95.10' per'f. \
attending to business here Mon- Jacksonville Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. and children of the State Farm an appendix operation Is Madison," Street. their home In St. George S. C., cent, to the Navy Hospital Corp. *4
I were here Sunday afternoon visiting "spending' several days wit hrela- --. after a several day's visit here School In Washington. D.'C., as a fJ j )
day. Florrie Wills Is slowly Improving Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wall tives in Live Oak. Miss Marguerite Prevatt and with Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Rlcken first class Hospital Apprentice. : ,
Mosley of Mlddleburg, was at the home of Mrs. Sal- Miss Audrey Hastings of Tam-I backer at their home on Madison Billy, son of Mrs T. D Rlcken- :Icy j
I G W. to business here Satur- lie Tison, from a several weeks Ill- Mr. and Mrs James Lambe, Mr. Mrs. Albert' H Miller has returned pa students at the State College! Street, backer was graduated from Brad. }I i
attending for Women Tallahassee, ford School the 1033-1031 I4
the In
ness. find Mrs. J. J. Terry and Miss to her home In Sprlngville. spent High t! '!
I weekend here with Miss Prevatfs All Florida class, and has host of friends
Patricia Lambe, were visitors to Louiblana, after'a two weeks visit Committee mem- a .!
day.A Mrs. Beulah Harrell and Mrs. parents Mr. and Mrs R. R. Pre- here who will learn with interest\
Surrency of Brooker. was Gainesville Sunday afternoon. here with her \JncIe and aunt, Mr bertthip campaignFebruary 23-: ;
I B. to business? here Tuesday -I Florence Varnadoe of Brooker, and Mrs. A, F. Snula. vatt. March 2; Remember Itl! of his promotion. ''t
attending I were visitors here Thursday afternoon \
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Hutchings -... "' .. .. uu
,. : : ._ -:: '"_' : .
and daughter, Jenello, have moved Cot. H. V. Knight spent the first "n ,,JI"rrTTli: ::1[ Cil laUWWf' +

Mrs. G. W. Hinson of Hampton Mrs..A. F. Sauls, Mrs. Albert H. to the W. D. Malphurs home, which of the week In Gainesville wherehe FANCY '
I was a visitor here Friday after- Miller 'and Mrs. A. H. Green were they have recently purchased.Dr. assisted State Attorney J. C.: NAVY
I noon. visitors to Baldwin Friday afternoon --.- Adkins In the prosecution of the
and Mrs H. B. McLendon Douglas murder trial. : BEANSPound '
Friday 3:30: p. m. the W. C. T. Mi's. E. S. Matthews and Mrs. Hul-
]U. will meet with Mrs. A. W.-An- Dr. and Mrs. B. S. Carroll of da Corpening, were visitors to Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Pettit and
|derson. Jacksonville, were week-end guestsof Jacksonville Monday afternoon. son, A. M. Jr.', of Alachua, spent 5c ,
Mrs. Carroll's mother, Mrs. F. i Sunday here with Mrs. Pettit's son *

Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy and Mrs. H. Long. T. D. Rlckenbacker, Is spend. and daughter-in-inw, Mr. and. GROCERY IlLACK-EYEI))
JWm. Dobrow spent Tuesday In ing several weeks In Tallahassee Mrs. Charley E. Johns
|Jacksonville. Mrs. Earl Roberta: of Jackson where he is employed in the Government
.....;." ville Beach spent, Tuesday in Agricultural Department, Ben spent the week NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICE PEASPound
. c. Wesley Larson "of Keystone Starke. with Mr and Mrs. J. W. I end in Starke1 with his cousin E.
I Heights, was 'a'visitor to Starke Andrews.G. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Imbach L, Matthewa, enroute to his homeIn '
[Friday afternoon., and Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Prevatt Madison Co.. from a visit In Friday and Saturday, March 1 and 2 6c
Alderman, of Sarasota and Ft. Myers.
W. Tallahassee were in Gainesville Monday eve- GOLDRN RIPEBANANAS
Col. D. E. Knight and son. Paul spent the week-end here with Mrs. ning where they attended the '
I Knight spent a few days ,in Tallahassee Alderman at their home on Wal- show. Mr. and Mr;'George C. White 4 Lbs 19c PINEAPPLE 15c
| recently. nut Street. and little Frances White, of Tal
Mr. ami Mrs. L. M. Gray of lahassee, spent" the week-end here
of Jacksonville, with Mrs. Noble R. White and Mr. JC'EDElto-LAftGE HAND PACKED S FOR
Lester Price Robinson of.Apop- Carlyle Ritch Gainesville, were here Sunday visiting
Ika, was visiting friends here durIng spent the week-end here, at the Mr. and Mrs. George B. and Mrs. 0.WrAlderman' LETTUCE Ea. Tomatoes No. 2 25c
| the week-end.' home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. Flynn and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. 71/c cans
H. Ritch. Flynn. SEED SEEDS
Mrs. Richard O. Kidd and Mrs. us for All kinds of seed (corn SNAP BEANS Lbs. 25c UITTEIt'8 Oil PHILLIPS Z CANS
A. S. Crews were visitors to Jacksonville George H. 'Inman.: a student at Miss Myrtle Strickland is Red BUM Potatom. Beans Ford-
| Saturday. the University of Florida, spent spending two weeks in Hernando, hooks Velvet Beam. Ga. Runner- FANCY WINESAP SPAGHETTI 15c
the week-end here at his home the guest of her brotherinlawand Peanuts.. Suwannee Store.

Mr. and Mrs. Angus B. Ros- near Starke. sister, Mr and Mrs.' A. G. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Smith and APPLES DOS.20C NOKTriFlKUV.L PANS .

borough of Jacksonville were. visitors -- Ludwig. children, of Tallahassee spent the -
| here Thursday. Mr. and Mrs.. Otis Brockman and ,week-end here with Mr. and Mrs.Smlth.s LARGE MILK 3 For 18c
little son, have recently moved to H., L. Brownlee spent Sunday in ,
son-in-law and daughter
and A. F. Sault and the Truby residence on North Jacksonville with his soninlawand ORANGES ,
Mr. Mrs. Mr and Mrs.. J. Warren Doz.- I lOc BEST TABLE-HOSEUALE No. 8 1-2 CAN
Hiss Louise Snyder spent Sunday Cherry Street., daughter, Rev. and Mrs. M. ,
lia Alachua with relatives.. C. Stith. He was accompanied Mrs. Flora B. Cady and daughter Sweet PEACHES 17c
Mr. and Mrs. M.Brownsteln of dome by Mrs. Brownlee and their Miss Beverly, who have been POTATOES, 10 IBs. 15c
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Wasdln and Gainesville, spent. Sunday after- little daughter, Madge who, had residing at the,. Truby home on
V. McEver. of Graham, were visitors noon In Starke Visiting. Mr. and spent several days in the city with Cherry Street have moved back

here Monday afternoon. Mrs. B. Jacobs.. ",< ; aev. and Mrs Stith. to their. homer" ..at Kingsley, Lake POTATOES 10 Lbs. lie

II! ,
W'r Ground


.. 8 Ibs. 2Sc
S ,'" 8 lb. 25c
CAMAY Western Lb. .. __. _..19c OCTAGON

S OAP Fla. Pork; houldera, Lb. .- .17c. SOAP. ?
WE WILL- GIVE AWAY A LADIES- $38 BICYCLE BIG I Bar Sc Fancy Rib Roast, Lb. nO" _____22c 10 for 2Sc.,

Large Weinera, Lb. 1&
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,(EQUIPPED WITH BALLOON TIRES) Lamb Chops, Lb., 35c Peaches
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2 Ib a. 15c 21b 25cAPPLES'

ABSOLUTELY :Chipped Beef, Lb. _______ 32c'

CONTESTSALE Western Pork Chops, Lb. ____ _.2Sc CANDY:

FREER 2 1ba... 25c FAT HENS, .Lb. .. -. -._ _. -......, 17 2 Ib...;, 25c i'

e HAMBURGER, Lb. '. .. _15c

1'1 .
\, 2 Pkg.. 15c


E.. ON. APRIL' 27. I FLOUR 25c 45c ,s7c: y

We are going to give ,pedal price en all hard
With at store get votes, givethese
our y.u
every purchase
ware and furniture, such an mattresses, .prI.P.BI 4 -,
to the girl you want to win the beautiful bed, chair camp chain, porch rockers, ell atorea, i PURB SMOKED
eye Ie. wood stoves, rug, dressers. plow., hone collar,. LARD
trace. back band, plow Hum, screen wire, galvanized LARDKPoundl.E BACON
Remember.there are no string to this sale, It will ware eoamrl ware all cooking utewlls. pocket.

be managed strictly honestly awl the .winner'will knives, gun*. gun shells, radlua. fence, paints:..11", ; 15c 4 Lbs I. 55c '
be the en..wh.'works hardest td gt Meet vote. .... '' : ? Pound .. .. 19c

No employee or relative of any employee of Gassett.. Hardware and Furniture Co., will. .. DELMONTE SB? SUGGESTIONS. ; :.

be allowed to participate in this contest. Every vote will be placed in a sealed eenlainer''
and will not be opened until S t'urday. April 27th: 193, at which time 3 disinterested .- .. ., MELBA HALVES DEL BLICED' MONTE1,' iPINEAPPLES' (

:jud r e .will decide the winner of this wonderful' gift. DON'T FORGET THE. TlMET, : :, : I Pears PEACHES ;

AND PLACE. No. 2/ Can .22c
No. 2J/2 Can .22c
'." r:" ,,. No. 2/ Can .22cDKL '

,,' 14'l"""' .... ..i.t DEL MONTEMIDGET DEL MONTE MONTE 1

) .' 'PEAS ASPARAGUS\ APRICOTSNo.lTallCan.,17c,:

; No. 2 Can 23c
No.2 Can
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4'i: i(' CHERRIES

.No. 1 Tall Can _20 c No.2'Can' ISc No. 1 Tall Can 17c,

"Down By The Choo: Choo 'Tracks ,

I ,Delmonte Coffee Lb. 30c. w.

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e FARMERS SECTION Weekly Specialists from Home Tallahassee Demonstration LIVE STATE NEWSNews PHARMACYSTARKE

Conducted by Demonstration Agents HOME REFRIGERATION OF of Florida In Short Paragraphs Present this Coupon and 75c and receive one full size $1.00 bottle

II Keeping a clean; odorless refrigerator 0"1.. California Stomach Tablets

iii' 41f ;6. 111 !IoW-- I LI III Is perhaps one of the most r __- -- -' .
difficult problems of the homemaker Recommended for Ulcerated Stomach, Dyspepsia, Heart.

I.: STATE FARM SERVICE A clean refrigerator, SUFFERS WCLAPSE SENATOR INNOCENT burn, Acid Dyspepsia, Gassiness and IndigestionSold
I REPLIES TO QUERIESON which receives only clean covered TALLAHASSEE O o v e r nor MIAMI-A-.Jury of six men required -
With Our FarmersBy will simplify this on an absolute guarantee. If not satisfied with results In
RURAL PROBLEMSState foods greatly Dave Sholtz, ill with a recurrenceof only four minutes to find 30
days, return to us and money will be refunded.
problem. Practically all foods may Influenza and tonsllltls has been State Senator H. Hays Lewis of

' farm service agencies hav- be washed and prepared In advancefor told by his physician that he will Marianne Innocent of gambling CALIFORNIA TABLET CO.
'<\ AUBREY FRINK ing headquarters at the Universityof cooking and prepared in advance not bo able to return to his office charges brought by the recent
" Florida Including the Agricul- for cooking, placed in the for a week or ten days. Dade County grand jury. ATLANTA LOS ANGELES

tural Experiment station and the refrigerator, and stored several -

ji Looking Good Extension Service, receive thou- days before cooking. Advance GAVE HER HEADACHE SEEK REGULATIONSST.

The past few days the writer sands of letter from growers In preparation of foods not only help FORT MYERS MM. Stella PETERSBURG-A nationwide -
'!2, has visited a number of strawberry every month of the year. Questions to Insure a clean refrigerator but King .has filed suit for $2,000 dam- drive for new regulatory liquor r HOTEL LEAMINGTON

;n growers and everywhere he asked in the most of the com- saves much time in meal prepara ages against Sears, Roebuck A legislation will be begun by ..
went he found berries looking munications are answered throughthe tion. Company because bed the Anti-Saloon league of America -
a spring
". splendid The rain a few days ago malls. Replies to typical quer- Any well constructed refrigerator which she ordered from the Chicago at Its eighth annual Southern "Miami's Most Popular Hotel"NE '
'I'II: certainly helped very much. Moat ies are reproduced herewith, in maintains an active circulationand mall order house flew out of convention here March 3 to 6, It
. growers are picking a few early condensed form, for the benefit of so causes evaporation of mois- the packing crate and hit her In was announced today by O. QChrlstgau .
vt: berries fairly regularly, and while farmers who may have much the ture, hence, practically all foods the head. of Washington, conven- 1st Street at Biscayne Boulevard
1 the price la not high It la still en same problems an are discussed should be stored in waxed paperor tion manager of the dry organization -
.,14'ougb to make these berries well therein. covered dishes. Placing foodsIn and executive assistant to Overlooking Bayfront Park & Biscayne Bay

:; worth selling. Prospects seem to covered containers helps to keep PERFECT RECORDS General Superintendent F. Scott Opposite Union Bus Station
. be for better prices when the bulk down odors in the refrigerator and GAINESVILLmTwentytwo McBride.
' of the south Florida crop Is passed Scuppernong grape vines Include prevents excessive drying out of: I University' of Florida students -------.--
both males and females. In most
and if good weather continues i the foods. made perfect scholastic, records In EXTORTION CIIARGEDTALLAHASSEERaymond
'' Bradford County should have I an canes male, vines In the vicinity, the first term of the current ses B.
N growing wild, will furnish enough When vegetables come from the Lowest Rates Ever Ouoted
'& excellent crop. pollen for home plantings. In case market or garden, all wrapping sion. These twenty-two students Marsh, Un led States commissioner -
iq I +'{: Some of the people called on none Is known of near at band Its paper and Inedible portions, such attained a straight "A" average. ,' here has announced the arrestof

.ff were Mr. L. L. Conner, Mr. J. N. necessary to Include at least as celery leaves and spoiled stalks, The names.official Fifty-three"honor roll"others listed received 135 J. W. Smithson, a Tallahassee Single Room with Bath _____________________ $1.50
Norman and sons Mr. Clark and should be removed. Wash the optician, on charges of attemptingto
i'' ; one male vine in every collection, vegetables "honorable mention." Commissioner Double Room With Bath ____________________ 2.00
,}i' :Mr. Carter near Hellbronn however thoroughly with a brush extort $500.

1 Springs; Mr. Davidson and Shufert rr and place in a covered vegetablepan ,..-- Marsh said Smithson was charged ALFRED SIMONS, Manager::
": Bros., as well as Mr. Everett ; any covered container may FRANKLIN VOTES WET with sending a threatening letterto
,(t Flies may be prevented from Mrs. W. H. Smith. The threat
? Crews. be used. Do not wipe the vegetables APALACHICOLA v,a n kiln
;; breeding in manure by various the water which clingsto was contained In an unsigned, pen-
+::1 A Paying Grove dry as County joined the ranks of Florda's -
.., Mr. Tulley Norman has about means. Borax does the work but them helps to prevent their wet counties by a vote of 164 ciled letter which demanded $500 opPo-9/f"'
' D. an acre of fine Sat umas which destroys the value of the manure. drying- out. It is not necessary to to: twenty-seven in favor of selling Marsh said. 1Ii.f-9 o// .
.!1" When manure is mixed liberally store all In the refrig- ..
produced a. -fine crop of -fruit- the vegetables Intoxicating liquors. This was the MF lSlo'OCt4t
,, ;F past season, and he tells me that I Starke also make a try for one 7 erator, especIally If one grows a forty-fifth county in the State to WANT FENCING LAWS ?s 'D/t., J )
'{) him between garden. However, wilted vegeta- wet local TALLAHASSEE Legislative
this acre brought Certainly we are better situatedas go by option since Statewide -
1 fifty and sixty dollars-about the regards timber, and with lime bles may be freshened and made prohibition was repealed last committee of the Young Democ- ISr3

i'.j. most profitable crop on his farm. deposits within a few miles, and I more crisp In the refrigerator. November ratic Clubs of Florida will ask
fl :Mr. Norman also has a number of clay being mined in South Georgiafor Neither Is it necessary to store the 1935 legislature to enact fencIng '''S1 RUMINULKt r Iy '
v{ pear and other fruit trees and is this purpose, it would seem all fruits in the refrigerator. If DEATH ROLLS laws for all livestock in the >>

Iif,. constantly extending his orchards that the moat essential raw materials fruits are overripe or must be TALLAHASSEE: Death cut state and to provide for damagesIn
i:. for he finds fruit his most profitable case of damage or injury to
would be readily accessibleto heavily during the- past nineteen -
r crop. He showed me a couple Starke. This Is one of the finest with superphosphate, on the other months Into the ranks of Confed- motorists or their' property in I t
err of Excelsior plum trees which annually timber sections In the world hand, the fertility giving elements erate veterans and widows on the event of accidents Involving motor
',v bear heavy crops. He expects for paper pulp purposes. The writer are Increased and if enough State pension rolls. Figures com- vehicles and live stock, under the JY5ppMWtIws
".f to plant more of these plums l la already gathering Information Is added to keep the matrial dry, piled by the Pension Department dictates of a resolution adopted by

for they bring a good price In mar- on this subject and already I flies will not breed In the piles. showed 299 persons on the pension the statewide organization.

ket. baa the promise of members of the rolls July 1, 1933 died between TRAIN SCHEDULE

};;(' And right now, by the way, la an Florida Forest Service to come Silverfish, insects sometimes then and February 1, 1935. SouthboundNo. / $

"A excellent time to plant fruit tree and tell our people about this mat- known as silver moths, cause serious 1-Due Starke 11:01: P. M ,
H,((1? Paper Pulp Mill ter. How about getting togetherand damage to books, clothing, sizIng LEE TAKES RAILROAD No. 11-Due Starke 11:25 A. M.
f 5;: I wonder how many people real- Inviting them to come? in wallpaper and similar household TALLAHASSEE: comptroller No. 107-Due Starke 9:42: A. M.

'x Z; lie what a paper pulp mill In Fields Being Prepared goods containing glue or: j. M. Lee has seized the Georgia, No. 191-Due Starke 10:27 P. M.
$,Northeastern Florida will mean toRt Almost everywhere the writer starch. They may be kept under, Florida and Alabama Railroad NorthboundNo.

this section. Some time ago the went throughout the county, new- control with a mixture made of Company's properties in four counties 2-Due Starke 5:08: P. M. I Ia
h\" paper mill at Panama City was ly plowed fields were In evidence. white arsenic, one part, and cornstarch -I for non-payment of $55.931.70.: No. 12-Due Starke 4:50: P. M.

,.11"/, paying out about $20,000 weekly This certainly looked good, for it twenty-five parts. Moistened -i Monday, April 1, was fixed as a No. 108-Due Starke 9:53: P. M. 63 instrumentalists and 23 vocalists...
for labor and wood. Such an in- means that farmers are preparingto slightly, the compound I date to realize the amount of taxes Starke And Wannee Branch
".' atltutlon In Northeastern Florida make home supplies as well as should be placed In closets and unless the amount, together No. 101-Leaves Starke 7:00: A.M. blending to produce interpretations of
y would certainly look like prosper to grow money crops. I ;have wherever the pests gather. Airingand with the costs, is paid by the railroad No. 102-Arrives Starke 1:-50 P.MT.
ity to many of us. And Jacksonville seen more ground being preparedfor handling of clothes at fre- prior ,to that)ime.RECOMMEND i J. GRIFFIN.DON'T popular melodies never before achieved -

Is making a great effort to crops this year than for many quent intervals also are helpful ,. in radio. Directed by Frank Black.

secure such a mill. Why couldn't years past. J,measures. NE.W! < BOARD ,
-_. .... ""TALLAHASSEE'! renewed' GET UP NIGHTSMAKE k < rxs .
recommendation fqr'creating a. Friday (WJAX) 10:30 p. )LAnd |

. state board of education of seven ]) THIS 8He TEST Over Coa t-to-COtIs&
: Use Juniper oil, Buchu leave, etc., Network of NBC
members without and
serving pay I
4 n acids and wait
1hw to flush out excess
Invested with broad powers in setting STARKE COCA-COLA
matter. Get rid of bladder Irritation -
up and operating the state
\ .. .. .e 1"1 1 t free school system has been made that causes waking up, fre- BOTTLING CO.
) I by W., S. Cawthon superintendent quent desire scanty flow, burningand
backache. Get Juniper oil, Bu- Starke. Flaw Telephone 11
of public instruction, in his biennial -
the 11Tew'i chu leaves, etc., In little green tablets -
report to Governor Sholtz.
d.- called Buket .the bladder lax-
.. D ative. In four days If not pleasedgo
T- ORLANDO-Florida livestock Is back and tret your 25c. Get your
regular Bleep and feel "full of_ pep.
valued at $15,794,000, or more thana
{( !) II'r million dollars over the 1934 Mitchell's Drug Store.
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valuation the Federal
agricultural -
\ 'I statistics bureau here. There .chest
r "t has been an increase in the numberof
"' rj ... .
3 "
1" "; horse and cable; but mules,
'lit sheep and .hogs haY) declined from
Wh ,last year. The figures: cattle :522- I
. .. 000; horses, 19,000; mules, 40.000;
''f. r .
:VW 1 ... t.i hogs, 405,000, and sheep, 42,000.
I .
,"I1,/. INCREASE IN FARMS treated
LAKELAND A decided increase vest
In the number of farms in
4 ,, "r Florida since the 1930 farm census N 5 halal on

was taken will be shown by ands
the 1935 survey If reports on the -

first five counties completed may
I be used as a criterion. Edwin C. J

4Y luey, supervisor of the Florida 'ft.J.. ,
: aeIM NYIII wc census With headquarters her., ........ .
u says that all enumeration is to be

completed around the first of ';.,.."..n-.h'..,.
: .. >;
fe ,
e March and that tabulation will be l

,.. .. 'If"< ... -- -.-- finished and reports made about 1 e
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5 1.
S t riav- -"'" '1" 'a Jta -' "\'ji. April
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k kept for several days the refrigerator -
''An uyttllG Ht1e of whose
cars may be used to preserve them.
It fruits are ,storedwash them and The "liquid test" .
;, take the price phenomenalK place them In, a covered container
.'. before> storing. When chilling ba-

10 nanas, cantaloupe? or other fruits ...It ENDS bowel. worriesfor 1000 BERRY TICKETS
having a strong odor, be especially .
11 Today Ponliao presents the Standard Six line- careful that the cover fits the con- many people

tven lower in price and offering many of the feature securely so that the odors This Is s test that tells you whether
and Eight 615 cannot escape into the cabinet. the system needs a cathartic change
that the 1935 De Luxe Six Improved If you have constant sluggish/ spellsor $1.50EACH

e 'I i Introduced with such sensational success. All FEEL TIREI. ACHY- bilious attacks and laxatives seem
to make things worse it would be
models have the styling that gained HIGHLIGHTS OF PONTtAC
speedlined wise to try this:

t Pontiac the name of aM most beautiful thing on QUALITY FOR 1935 "ALL WORM OUT? Stop all use of any laxative that

t'b wheels. The bodies are solid steel"Turret-Top" I, laid is.e"T...T..'1......br....... Get Rid of Poleona That doe".Md not dos encourage e" (which! variation may be entirely from a CHANGE 25c EXTRA

L ...... HlISb"i Make You Ill too large a dose for your individual
The brake
1 Bodies by Fisher. are big hydraulic .
s. >k+..d11ae4 lhrllue ) Use instead a liquid laxative
i triple-sealed 1 against dirt n d.- new a constant backache keepingyou that you can measure and regulate
.. Co.p1.1.1T.1.1 a.- miserable Do you suffer a* to dose. As necessary to repeat THIS LOW PRICE
j I ride resulting from Mobilised, synchronized spring L ........ADew........... burning scanty or too frequent tat smeller fact. less and 1 less often.

!ing is every bit as comfortable as you could ask s.1o s. .......z'Ior. ., urination; attacks of dizziness. until the bowels are moving without
rheumatic pains, swollen feet and any help at alL
The with ice silver-alloy bearing, 7. Za.".-Z-y ankles Do you feel tired, GOOD
'i engine, pro- nervous Doctors use liquid laxatives, anda
,. unstrung? properly' prepared liquid laxative.
I vide smooth and lively : = !
dependable performance so : Then give some thought to
u d4j d .. :your: containing natural .laxative agents

]that you will doubt it (is a six. And best of all,its to t...... .. .... TIN G.per..t kidneys.properly, for B.functional'sure they kidney function disorder a like comfort senna; a and real cascara help in i is establishing a Joy and

? economy win literally amaze anyone who ha had ........_ ,........ec.etyw.as .. permits poisons to stay In regularity. Ask your doctor about ONLYWHEN
.JI the blood and upset the whole system Uusl (Doctors use liquid laxatives.)
,experience with other'I low-priced car! A took, aedYWe..aGwa.arid ,.:,. t Yon can get Dr. Cald well's Syrup
-- ----- Use Doa,,', Pin.., Doan't for CASH ACCOMPANIES ORDER
\rida\ and,you'll decide you .implyecmf, do better. are Pepsin, which Is a most dependable
the kidneys only. They help the liquid laxative, at any drug store
e M PONTIAC MOTOR COMPANY. PONTIAC MICHIGAN. DMticnCmtrwt.... kidneys cleanse the blood of bealthdeetro.lac -
r poisonous wast Doan't
< Mlto.ar*, used and*rwommeaded ,BRADFORD COUNTY

; Register Motor Co. dMlnl8to.1,011'So th. world over Ot them from any =
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1'\RKE .w..a..x .j will be. at least, something to eat to accept jobs. And soon they became -
Baptist Church BEHIND L produce directly from the soil settled In the notion that \

Rev C. J*. Price, Pastor 1The Story of the Bible Told in. Pictures and pork, eggs, poultry. And they could depend on the govern
School*10:00: a. m.Mornlog the I there cnn also be a strawberry ment for support and that Its
sunday Worship ..1100: a. m. pitch the proceeds from which money resources were unlimited.
Tb. "lnn'oI..r N ....aaaa..orlLi will buy clothing, eta The fur- The same notion among foot-louse
B. y, PU.- .6:1a: p. m.Evening elate C.|>l nlBT :err lx his own boas and feels!! like laborers caused them to refuse employment
Worship- : p. m.Teacher's .
Training School Wed- N..::: E i man, which he cannot Uo who offered by strawberry
4i(4 lr. stands"" hat In hand: before some growers and others, who were not
sdlLY at 7:00: p m. I official, his and
Prayer Service-7:30 sad KENT WATSON S /w reciting poverty able to match government pay.
KMVeek I. t.. a compelled to accept whatever jobIs thus causing a shortage in the
111. offered among a crowd of mixed usual berry acreage. '
to all our serv-
you are FLORIDA'S constantly expand- colors. The* different phases of relief !! :,
les. ing road system, now 0453: milesIn ks't Those who do not own land, but are a blessing to many who-really :\
MethooiHC-Church extent, dictates that sooner or l v have been brought up to farm need help, und It Is hoped they may ,;
i Paatot later most of the money now being work, can probably, if they try continue to enjoy them. But in (I",
Rev,, B. M. raised through the seven cents per Sit'i rent enough land for mall, farms other coxes they tend to destroy f
Sunday School-10 a. m. gallon excise tax on gasoline will i rdG where so much is lying Idle. In self-reKpect, ambition and Initiative \' \
Morning Worship-11 a. m. be diverted to the state road department our blessed climate any sort of the qualities that compo "
Epworth League-6:48: p. m. In the opinion of informed habitation will suffice, the maturing Americanism An American Is ..;'
I Evening Worship-7:30: < p. m. observers. This may not of crops from the awed l is quick, supposed to stand on his own bottom ,'
you are Invited to all these serv- come for four or six years, but l ? and fuel can be had for the trouble and to paddle his own canoe. ,

es. those who are abreast of the needs v of gathering It. People are gen During the past year Floridawas j

Church feel that it Is Inevitable Big- S e'olll'lnd neighborly und will help the only state that did not I:
gest single Item, by long odds, In M those who try to help themselves.And suffer from destructive drouth i;i !
Bp.ev George H. Lowry. Minister the administration of the road de- el there will always be odd jobs floods and cold. This will mean i

10,00 a. m.-Sabbath School. partment Is the cost of rain main- to be had for eking out a living. that, as soon as they are able, a ,,;: '
11:00: A M.-Morntngr Worship; tenance Some 2,000 men as When relief work began, times large number of new settlers will j'
Lrroon by the pastor. "free labor" are being employedin here were no worse than they hud coma here ami buy land, which. f, '
6:30: p. m.-Junior Christian En- addition to hundreds of con- r:1: ::: been during the preceding two or will enhance real estate values. 'j
p&VCU" victs not engaged in cutting right- x three years, and we could have Therefore, now Is the time to acquire ,1
Evening Worship L gotten along somehow without farm land
7:30: p. m.- of-ways and grading are necessary a while can be
help. But the remarkably high had on easy terms. Florida offer 'j
to in condition I
keep highways
First. Christian Church : pay for, Jobs which tho CWA offered RO many advantages over the other .i'
within the rapidly narrowing finances
llev.V.. T. McGuIre, Pastor in relation to needs was enough to tempt many states that we. who are on, tho ;;,
f'I small farmers, who should, have ground floor, should not neglect ,
I Indication Is that there will be a
Bible School, 10 a. m. stayed at home and who were really to make use of them. I"
E ,
virtual In I' i
continuing holiday new
communion, 11 a. m. not justified In applying for It, H. E. LAGEHGREN. .
Christian Endeavor, 7 p. m. road construction until the de- ,.-
Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30: partment is provided with further i :
Funds It is not improbable that I f
m. tee.
i Preaching Second Sunday 11 a.li the department may end up the' NOTICE :

and 8 p. m.ItOSEWOOD present year with a deficit In spiteof I 1
the fact that little state high-
Christ Bore and Laid In a Mnr.-Shortly before the birth of Jesus, Caesar Augustus decreed thai
; BAPTIST CHURCH way construction is to be expected .. ery one should be taxed, and In accordance with the custom of that time, Joseph, the husband of Mary, STRAWBERRY GROWERS AND SHIPPERS:
Rev. L. 0. Hemingway, Pastor This despite the fact that fifty- "-8iit up from Galilee out of the city of Nazareth, Into Judea, unto the city of David, which I la called Bothohem. ,
Bible six counties asked approval of pro- because that was the city of his father Mary accompanied Joseph, and while they were In Bethl. Loading charges on .Pint Crates of strawberries! this r
Services every Sunday. jects involving an expenditure of 'IEm iY-Jesus was born "And she brought forth her firstborn lion, and wrapped him In swaddling clothes, and season will be 3c per crate, salt 2c per crate, precooling '.t
tudy 10:15: a. m. Morning Wor- $23,000,000 when the departmentheld i", him In a manger because there was no room for them In the Inn. And there were In the same coun- 2c per crate. Will ship on consignment to A. T. Conard {,
|hip, 11 a. m. Evening Worship, its annual budget meeting '.ry shepherds abiding in the field, keeping watch over their flock by night.And, lo, the angel of the Lord & lira. N. Y. They guarantee top prices for strawberries. ';
':15: p. m. Jan. '28. While the total of requests came upon them, and the glory of the Lord shone round about them : and they were sore afraid. And the ,
You are Invited to all these serv- for 1933 consideration was angel said unto them, fear not: for, behold, I bring you good tidings of great Joy, which shall be to all I guarantee to deliver your berries consigned to '
sharply under the total 'of 1934, eople.Vi.u For unto you ill born this day in the city of nn v''I.1' a Savior, which is Christ the Lord."-Luke 2-: them in their store in New York for $1.20 per pint crate
: prospects was that this more conservative .-20. This Illustration U from Marian's story' of the Bible In pictures engraved in 1625-1630. I paying for detention and precooling out of my own pock J

es.BOB 1935 demand will meet et. If you prefer doing so buy your first crates any 1 1I

I with little better success than In ommend to the next legislature a the man who can produce It will be where you please, ship with me to my commission ,i'j

JONES I of the$50.000,000 previous: year was, when asked the. .excess. The sterilization act to render Impotentthe TheLetter on top. The farmer will be safely I house and I will credit you for crates as shipped and ,,:
] moored while others are dragging have commission house deduct 33 cents each. '
Comments On Here fact that there is Increasing clamor capacity of mentally unsoundto
their anchors along the reefs
for the state' taking over all procreate and multiply in their '
And Hereafter'J county roads for maintenance only progeny additional feeble mindedor Box So far government hall prevented We Sell Crates of 36 Pint Variety As Follows: ),
actual need but Its will
adds more fuel to the fire Insane citizens. The same with eventually come; to resources an end.: On 1 crate and 36 cups for 3,t cents; 10 crates and 360 cups

My definition of wisdom: "Wl desperate criminals. Starke, Fla. Feb. 23, 1933. the> appearance of this assistance for $3.35; 20 crates and 720 cups for $6.60; 30 crates and '

|om Is the ability to use knowl- GOVERNOR SHOLTZ Is in "re Editor TelegraphDear .. many small farmers took relief 1080 cups for $9.75; 50 crates and 1800 cups for $16.00; I.
Ige so as to meet successfully the treat" this week to permit his undivided THE SUBJECT of the administration Sir: Jobs. It has been found that such 100 crates and 3600 cups for $31.50; 1000 crates and 36- ,;"
|mergencles of life." We read Inhe thought and attention to of the State Hospital at Our country is sick and the re- jobs have been given out by fits 000 for $310.00. }
book of Proverbs that wisdom framing his 1935 legislative program Chattahoochee Is ever one for debate -I covery outlook for the near futureis and starts and are thus very uncertain cups

omen from God. In the booR of He determined not to it seems There appears to discouraging. While discordant The Initial liberality had VtIII. ,\I''RICCIATE0111& DUHINEHN:! AND DO MY BEST TO
lames we read that if any man show up at his office for the en- be no let-up on the part of certain elements work against each other, to be checked and the Jobs may HAVE YOU MONEY. ;:
ck wisdom, let him ask God for tire week so that he could prepare, groups of medical men to keep the things are going from better to end permanently at any time. (
In view of these quotations at least in a preliminary way, his fires of lay management burning. worse. What the ultimate outcome Since the tax exemption: law will
om God's Word, we must con- message to the legislature First Those who are in favor of psychia will be, no one can even guess, for cripple the state's resources, road
lude that the man who leaves Godut consideration Is doubtless the matter management of the great Institution our case l is without precedent.But work and other Improvements, as J. L HARRELL, Mgr. J

| of his life I* not a wise man. of school financing The state I of 4.000 Inmate population whatever happens, we will well a* aid to the destitute, must
personally, would not trust the 1111 now provldldlng about $5,000- : are looking forward hopefully have to continue to live-In some be curtailed. LAWTEY: I-OADINO A SHIPPING CO. v

dvlce of an atheist In an hour of 000 annually in the form of state I toward Influencing the next legIslature sore of fashion: The first requi- Therefore, the safest way 1* to LAWTEY, FLA.of :

mergency. aid for teachera:.Mlajry.... School to their line of reasoning site for supporUug.Yfe Is food and go back to farming. Then there
leader are asking for a doublingof The overcrowded conditions, the I '

Governor Bibb Graves of Ala- this amount-$10,500OOQ-How understaffed medical division and .
to meet this demand constitutes a multiple of other short-comings
ima. who is vice-president of theosrd .
very real problem ; It Involves will be called to the legislature in ,
of Trustees of the Bob Jones
Increased sources of the contention that j jO
finding new or support
ollege and who baa been my per-
onal friend for a great many of revenue Another troublesome psychiatrist control would have.' s z
such conditions The .S
'ears, has been twice inaugurated question is that of finding ways prevented r v a
ovemor of Alabama. It was noty and means to match in a measurea governor was first to call the pub- fM f
privilege to be in Montgomeryor fraction of the millions extended lic's attention to the deplorable
[ the Inaugural ceremonies eithr to the state in the form of conditions, when, early In 1934, he
advised that the institution's inmates gyp; .
FERA grants. v
time. I have read with much ;
were without proper housing if
nterest Governor Graves' recent
after and medical attention be-
WHOLESALERS are going proper
augural address. I was pro-
'oundly impressed with the rellg- mail order house representatives -, cause of the legislature's failure to 't'
who flit about the state tak- provide adequate funds The cab- '
>ug tone of his message. At one
ing orders for this and that at the inet U against medical manage-
lace in his speech he said in sub- 1
of the legitimate Florida ment and sound opinion Is that the I !:
tance expense
"Jesus Christ, the great ,
without will ride with the cab- ; '
acher! who I believe Is the Son of merchants. Many operate legislature \;
at all A high licensefee inet in the question. .
od any
and whom I am trusting for
m ilvation for time and eternity, is proposed to drive the "order- r- F 10e' A. >.\
1\8 said ; I consider this takers' from the state or out o! THOSE WHO are aware of the i: h

i tatement one of the moat( strik- business. fact that State Superintendent of ift

ng that I have ever known any -merchants who Public Instruction Cawthon intends ,
ian to make on a great state oc- INDEPENDENT to ask the legislature to sub- .
asion. It Is possible for gover- have suffered the loss of business mit a constitutional amendment .. ,

ors senators, presidents, and all by the continual expansion of the abolishing the state superintended 'v'i lkisWeek \ N"I'1.' ;

len In authority who are Chris- chain-store systems are organizingto cy as an elective office, and also ; "y ''H, ,
bills\ ,. ""I< .. :
before the legislature i "
lane to give their personal tes- bring to abolish the present state boardof C't' \
imony on practically all occasions designed to afford them some relief education comprising the governor ;
nd to do it In such a way as to Chain stores are now well and member of the cabinet --'I k FEB.25MARCH fl

Ive no offense and at the same taxed, In the opinion of many, but and creating In its stead a new ,,
ime the campaign is on foot to up the *
accomplish great good. A State Board of Education comprising '
overnor's word have great licenses considerably for the firs* seven laymen to serve '-. Florida that has struggled upward under long recognized the need, but it remained for
eight. Jesus said that If we ten stores, more for the next ten 11- over-lapping terms of seven years flags through four centuries of history; Florida' newspapers to supply the leadership
ould confess Him before men He and so on until an impossible with to name the state
each power the Florida whose citizens hail from state under which statewide efforts could be coordk,
'111 confess us before our Father cenbing limit Is reached. superintendent, Is showing political _, every
i heaven. Governors, prominenten fortitude indeed. No one seemsto in the Union; the Florida of neighbors, farmer, nated The active support and working fundsworkers !

> and all people will some day MAJORITY SETTLEMENT at take Issue with Cawthon that shopkeepers, professional men and must come from the great mass of the people.
>eed Jesus to say a good word for the St. Augustine meeting of the this l Is the Intelligent thing to do, '* '
and wise
this week
tourists-that Florida is mobilizing to Newspaper leadership assures proper
early this 1-
>em. If we say a good word for State Bar but his friends wonder If It Is the
im down here, he baa promised month seemed to be against! ar.y political thing to do. guarantee better times, more business and fatter investment of these funds.Memberships x,

o say a good word for us up there. carrying out this year of the 19Mrat'fled pay ''envelopes. Are Votes .

constitutional amendment Newspaper Leadership Your membership a vote hi'' favor of Florida
number of judicial
Recently Dr. Howard of reducing: the '
Baltimore,In a letter to the Kelly pre.lent circuit from twenty-eight, to flf-* ..b.ksCOLDS Every citizen and well-wisher of Florida is obligated advertising. All this week voluntary workers are

of the Bob Jones College saidat teen The legislature will be glad 6.6 .6. a-a to enroll under the banner of the All taking time from their business in an effort to w,

>e work he was and greatly orthodox interested testimony in to relieve problem itself if it of can this, but troublesome it" 1.- FEVERfirst 45? Florida Committee-in support of a con.trueenroJl every citizen in the State. You believe; ..

t the Bob Jones College., Dr feated that ,the demand from the IleadacheiiLI live, coordinated campaign of national advertising with every righ -lhinl ng'"citben, that Florida' E

elly l is one of the greatest gen- people will be so great In favor of :ALVR'! -T "N0- *':T. I. as _1..'_' for all of Florida. needs- the stimulation of a national advertising:, .

sell In the medical world., He Iso action this year that the assembly DROP -. -- The All Florida Committee was organized by the and selling campaign. Now i. the time to back

great only a IIclentl great/ t.surgeon He ,Is l but a he Around I*- ,cannot well escape It. Florida newspapers170 of them-who, with your Judgment with action. Only a $1.00 nominal

scholar. He know the BIle FLORIDA IS one of the few ''the radio stations and outdoor advertising com- membership pledge is being asked. .

as few men know it. It has state In the Union which does not 'panies., contributed some $200,000 in space and Newspapers and volunteers all over the state are

een>Ip with my privilege him In to his have office fellow-and a observe legal holiday Washington'. Nevertheless birthday all as time to tell Floridians why the assets and adinvesting in time and money to make this great s

lacuas with him some of the great state offices closed last Friday. vantages of this State should be advertised on a project possible. You ire urged only to lend ?l

uths of God' Word. 'I under- Schools have only three holidays Oed< IJp national,and world-wide scale. your approval and enroll for one year for $1.00.

and that Dr. Kelly spends as during the term. Fourth of July, of this effort the active the voluntary workers by aik-
uch as two hour a day in the Thanksgiving and New Year's, and Qeforeou Your support pioneering ,Help t
udy' of the Book of Books. It Is of course the Christmas holidays Cum Ups' approval of all of Florida'. citizens, is now nee-, ing ten of your friends to join. I

freshing to come In contact with .. The Independence Day holiday es8.1')'. Mass membership representative -

man of Dr. Kelly's ability and for school so-called benefit only"strawberry children IwwuMsAm.a 1kf.a's assizes; A Florida Necessity (C of the entire state, isAdvertising pin.LL
rofound scholarship and to find attending ;._ elm waite. -:
at he stand with the evangelical schools" which are not open durIng .ad ho t hhr is essential to Florida progressnecessary to the success .

thodox: crowd In America. Some the strawberry picking season With- .d...". Steck Pirelarua.ca a necessary phase of our growth and develop. of the plan. Cooperate 4 '

the "half; baked" modernistic 10 January and February season and be-in bta..rr the.to i.as.ew.,lour without of die inel t.- Our experience and the experience of with your local chair. FLORID I 1
Sabers of science ,would do well some case the planting ..... !sears". .aka .e..ri.n.ad
.... other similar I localities has proved this. We have man. -: s
lit at the feet of men like Dr. 'ore. is a bum. *-( MMt :
oward Kelly' and Sir Ambrose Y .. :aaawl.p
emming. NO SURPRISE need be occasioned ..- -.......
one of the cttlsts
greatest -
if the Governor should rec- m mmif -sn"- wwHAROLD o11L I lPA.COMM1JTEE. I s
of Great' Britain. who re- I -".-- ........
n"y In his presidential address ,
the Victoria Institute and Philo- bodily resurrection of Christ from C. WALL .
''Phlcal Society declared that he i the dead and that he believe in .
not beUev la evolution and the miracle recorded In. the New ,INSURANCESTAttKB. -

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Bradford County Telegraph TO APPHAI1NOT1C1J The* special-pricesadvertised byLeila's March 2 of '
In hereby klven to-Frank instead through the
Economic Highlights Steiner and wlfe.nna Steiner. Beauty Salon'in last week'sMAs'rKlu's tire en
whose place of residence !I. K300! month of March as was tatca
'; Established 1877 I (Industrial -New RevIewt. HAS INTERESTING' OBJECTS: North Oak Park /Lvonun Chlrnno.IllinnlK. .....10 In the advertisement. !

.-... -_. .. .. . ,, _. -- ... -.-,,:... -' I. FROM OVER ;WORLD at Columbia, thattha;a corporation FeS'WAriUnd ha Hank III.ed NOTICrj and by'In virtue hereby of a given Final that Decree under
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class ry a hllb': Complaint against you 'of Foreclosure, made and rendered
, r In Court of Bradford
Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida .l'aitifft-Blim Pull, l ....I..d That Affert Checks the and Dinner'T.a An opportunity; to see the largest County, Florida In Chancery to Judge liy the of Honorable the Circuit A.Court Z. Adklns of the, Read The Florida
., .. ... ...."ld..I-N.- travelling, muaeum in the forecloM a Mortgage covering thefollowing Seth Judicial Circuit of Florida, In
"- '- -.. .-. -- .. .. Hill of wvery : described land, lying' and and for Hradford'County Chancery -
t lima I and 1.fera.lu.slPeoblemsI..ep.r.bU world will givenJooal. Times-Union
people being In Bradford Florida,
E. L. Matthews..___-_____..__.____Editor and ,Owner front Local Welfare When the Wbtld"
--..-'- -- ....- the> supervision Of.the famous The sty of the NI5VI ot Seotlon therein lately pending between Tho for Complete Market Report,
""' -- RATE" T Those who torecast that the II Township 6 8. It.; 20 B., con*, Federal Land Bank of Columbia Sport and State and Na
SUBSCRIPTION Greyhound Lines;, stages an ex- taming 80 acres, more or lees. Plaintiff, and M. U. Plummer andwife tional News
present Congress, like Its predecessor hibit in this city. The; 8WU of the NW% of Section Verdi Plummer, Defendant '
Y arly$1.50j; Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance would be simply a rubber- II. Township 6 8. It. 20 HI. *, the undersigned, who was 40 Comics on Sunday
The car 'was christened by Dr. containing. 40 acres more or therein appointed ... Special Mauler ,
Advertising Rates Application stamp for okeyla the plans and lean.Therefore. In Chancery to execute the name, SUBSCRIBE NOWat
.. experiments of the President, were Chas. G. Abbott' of the Smithsonian each of you, will on Monday the let day of April,
--- -' Institute; Washington, D. C., named 4n thl reouNr.. are hereby I 1V33:during the: legal hours of Hale,
mistaken. The Congress has a required. to appear to the Said Jill before, the Court House door. In' CANOVA PHARMACY
i Lots of sick folks come to Florida to die and then get mind of Its own these days, and' It and has nIne government displays i of Complaint mo filed against lthu. Btarke Florida. dell to the highestand I
and exhibits from approximately, on the let day of April, 1035 beet bidder for the following E. CAMP Agent
'. fooled.. doean't hesitate to express ,It. It fourf House In. Starke, Florida; otherwise deenrlbed dehu: ., lying ,
r Isn't so.'disruptive to Presidential every country, Interestingly arranged a Decree Pro ConfaBeo will and bellow In Bradford County,
-----0 ) In glass cases! within the be entered against you and each of Florida, '
policies,, o( 'course, as the Con- yuu, (.,r failure to appear. g4 of omWIr SWW.nd the NMorSK I
Why not make the song "It's June in January" Florida'snational gresses'which wreaked havoc with car IT IS ORDERED that thin Notice % of SW% of Section if.; ,
" 'The oar will'b: for be published once a week. for four Township( 6 South. Range allltasq
,\ i[, anthem? the Hoover Administration and open public conueoutlve week In the Bradford containing' 40 acre, more
contributed much to' It., "collapse', inspectionwhile here in front of County Telegraph a newspaper having or lein, In Bradford County
..Kfc; ,.! 0 ; but it Is giving: Mf,' ""Roomveil. the Canova Pharmacy.' today (Friday County general: Florida.circulation In Bradford with F9ofIda.the appurtenance. Sold sale to
When your boy at college writes home for pin money he something to think about. ) for. one dayonly. Thin 26 day of February, 1 3B. be made pursuant to aald Decree tosatiety
A. J. THOMAS, the name and costs.H. .
probably wants fraternity pin money. The first actual rebelllon"laln' 't | Among the educational exhibitsare ,Clerk Circuit Court, K. PKRRVMAN.As ,
the White House came (ri'ihVsen-\ authentic Lincoln relics World Bradford County, Florida. Master' In Chancery. I
; iII '/m> ?grit 0 f wag J1.st.j 8"1-6t-11-I19. .
ate, when the World Cb'ilrt \iplor :
War relics all kinds of curious
t { ..
it I r'Ifs but the housewife observes that rising food
; } fuf\ny, a vote iwery President since coma, stamps' fromj j.All ,over the

">pricessgem to stimulate her familyla appetite. he: war,has ,advocated'American world, a sea exhibit. Including a '
, participate1) jn the court; :,withKeservatlonnand large Octapus, In addition to curios -
'I Itlisrumored' i j : everY PresidentbM : from China, Japan: Australia, ONED' Y ONLY

:: that petticoats are coming back. Then per be, 'Clffne4 t /: pwrA ftat\ 6 jr'ttte3enateXl Africa, ,' rabia' -"?h 'Jftly ,Land, I v,

f. ", haps" ,,there.. is hope for the Republican Party, after all : !; W! s almost urAtferskltyjelleved \ Philippines, andjiHatU, Perhaps ,
'" ) however, that W .' Roosevelt -
the.moat interesting and amusing
r ,N' would be able to 'do) TO 'SEE ..
% \yhai the from Mexi -- "
The time get enthusiastic over collecting an I' 'r.e' _dressed fleas !; "'-"'" .
I only we can Harding, Coolidge and HooVef c(). '"" .... ..:::
autograph is when it is at the bottom of a bank check.., were unable to'do. Mpat big newspapers .i -

a -,:outside. the Hearst chain Freed After Wreck
-wer fpr the "Wdrld'Cburt,, ; as THE WORLD
,, A West Florida couple aged seventy-five and seventy-six were most 'publleiate"afd'iollticalcommentators ( Charley Cowart was released

got married the other day. It's never too late to yearn.If of both:'partles--: following his trial In city court

o is'' said that congratulations" this week on charges of reckless CO.

being received by World Court.d- driving.. Cowart smashed Into the
have an extra dollar it can be used to advantage WONDER CARLARGEST
you vocates before a'vote wits taken, rear end of an automobile belong
',i in advertising Florida-If yo.i join the All Florida Committee. so certain seemed the passing of ing to Mrs, Anne Dltteau that was Branch Gainesville of Baird Hdw. Co.
"* West Madison Avenue.
parked on
the necessary bill-
The accident was held unavoidable TRAVELLING'MUSEUM IN THE WORLD
,R' The, big trouble with Iluey's "Every Man a King" pro- Fight for the Court was led by. as Cowart is said to have been

:': gram is that,most kings today have been beheaded or exiled. Majority Leader Robison-no, he Is expert -- I. forced into the parked car by a The World's. Largest Auto ANNUAY;'FISHINGCONTEST
on foreign policy conscientious
1 truck that made a left hand turn
o hard to ,
working loyal
' It might be impossible for a man to lift himself by, his his chief. Fight against. it was without automobile signalling.was considerably Mrs. Dltteau's damaged iOOl. CURIOUS TIIINGSLARGE: OCTOPUS FEB. 15th to SEPT. 15th.

own bootstraps, but he should at least get credit for trying, led by Senators Borah and John- but Cowart's car.which turn- : Inclusive-1935
son, who fear and despise any kind ed over, suffered most. DRESSED FLEASTHE LINCOLN RELICS
l' f --0 of participation.in, European affairs RULES

'If strawberry, growers want a good price for their product MISSION HALL I JIVARRO'INDIAN SHRUNKEN HEAD, 1. All contestants must register :

,}, they must do .their part by putting up a good pack offruit. Result was that the Court was 'it Is indeed encouraging: to see a FROM SOUTH AMERICA' before fish In caught in order
, defeated-It gained a substantial good ,'sized class gather through to be eligible to enter catch
1.\\: majority In the vote, but not the t '
wind and rain to study the Bibleon
re, wo-thlrdH for authorizing :Z. Fish mu t be caught with
: -0- necessary V. S. GOVERNMENT EXHIBITS
,. American particpatlon. Some Tuesday evening; at .the, Mis-. Rod and ReeLa.
- twenty Democratic senators deserted The 'FRONT Tackle must be
:' I emphasis was put on Matthew OF purchitned<
Mr. .Roosevelt to vote' 24::87.39 "As It was In thejlays from Bradford,Hardware Co.
fu in them. the bill. .
ry against Noah" "So shall It be wbenthe
I That was major rebuff number CANOVA PHARMACYSTARKE 4. Fish must be weighed I on
,(.;- 0 Number two will of Man comes. How was Bradford Hardware calm and
cr Wonder if the purpose of the Game and Fish Club is to one.arise when the President's probably social it In the'days of Noah? : left for short. time :for display,

" place a limit on fish stories as well as on the number,of fish security program begins to be It was. a"day,of MusicCorruptmusic. FLORIDA ff. Onl,.'Fresh Wafer Black

caught? worked out..Few Senators seem to :,A day of Professors-Instructor Bans or Trout can be entered
favor Mr. Roosevelt's recommen-
: 1 o ,.,. 6. No Individual can uln
datlons-they have other and, for TODAYFRI.
:it. The Alachua County News says that burning the woods the most part, wilder Ideas as to A wickedness.day of Violence:-Crime, great more .than one rI_

jiltn Florida makes this state the world's. worst black-face what should be done for the aged, A day of Fleshly: .s giving" -Self indulgence. '7In case of A tie, fish wilt
: the ill and the destitute. It is no _;; : be rated In order caught.,
I-- secret that the White House Is '
;,r I A day'of Buildup-Cities! and PRIZES
01v worried. Is bringing all pressureto. MARCH 1
W$&??' The dumbest man we know thinks the No-Fence Law.Iha.s bear in an effort to subdue,opposl- A day of preaching scrapars.-Noah, a 1st Price In Merchandtoe",$ .M)

something to do with depriving the politician of his; tion. preacher of righteousness 2nd Pet. -ONE'DAY ONLY-: tad PrIze In M rch.i.dle2.00
,,-Xh President's $5,000,000,000 arc Prix In Merchandise.1.00
,I' | seat. 'j public works bill has also found however.2:8: --only eight persons.. saved, OPEN 8 A. M. TO 10 p. M. ADMISSION lOc Judges A. O. Andrei., II. C.

0 bard going. Congressmen are opposed The references' were'presented Wall and IL-VI ,Knight._

; : News reports say that a husky young man is working his for to giving the sole Mr.authority Roose- and the people went home to ponder ,
: disbureingltinto; and, like the Bereans,'Acts 17: -
away through Kansas college'as dressmaker. it'sa
a a Well& veU', hands, wish to ear-mark the
k' 11, "There were more noble than
'good thing he's husky. J" money for definite purposes. As a those In Thesalonlca, in that they

result, legislation !. held up. received the Word with all readIngs ANOTHER ACCIDENT
Behind much of the oppositionttf '
I'A disillusioned editor that recent show advertised of mind and searched the
4 says a the White House is the old element
scriptures dally,, whether those
?f V a us of seventy, but some of them didn't look to be a day of political patronage. Mr, things were so." ," -;
Roosevelt has not. In the view of THAT Dprr| I | HAPPENSkids
wK'over, : sixty-five.. allowed themto ,Next week, "The Three D's" w'lll f
; many Congressmen be, studied at the usual hour and p
0 make their' choice of '.'Deserving
will be found
The tourist will be if Democrats" for government jobs they ;Very necessaryin
; !season! indefinitely prolonged they ; the Christian 11t" flee them illustrated

": should happen to strike oil at one of.those wells they are drilling he has often disregarded of Senators the recmmendattona and- ,,at the! ,MJflilpnHall.Inspection .

)/ in South Florida.
Representatives as to stat apolntments. '

.'. Congress Is angry
l h
; And speaking of breaks-what about,the twelve families ever .this-and. a Congressman, Regular'army inspection+ of ordinance '
robbed" of his chance to put con- equipment Headquarters t
' in a London tenement who have paid no rent in seventeen: t tltuents In: easy and profitable (Company "....'held at the armory -

years, their' landlord, having disappeared? jobs, IH in no mood for joining '"here Tuesday'morning.- Inspectors wA .
whole-heartedly Into a program from Ft. McPherson 'Ga.
P' .
. .. -r-o -
N"Dorothy advanced by the man who did the found equipment here >"above average 111S.ceIld
.;1 Dix says you will never bore a person as long as robbing.." ," it is said. d0.p.U,

j1 *you talk to him about himself But isn't it just as well :to -----U---- _. _- rte.I.- 4 Q
\pf 1931,the motor Industry seems
!bore others to be bored ourselves? Disappearing foreign trade has
}H': as, been one of the moat difficult of to be doing on behalf of the cur-

() problems during late years.:'Last rent and Infinitely more importLt.depr

.;,< Some naturalists maintain that fish are stone deaf. It's year: an effort to solve it W&II'made .asion. Both production '
are rising, and it Is foreCast cause 5>i times u
; just as well if they can't hear what is said when one by passing legislation whereby the many 8,400 atop tests show
"improbably that 3.000,000 units will be
to enter accident at blowouts (insurance
'II gets off' the line right up at the boat. resident Into reciprocal'was empowered trade'.agreements sold in 1930.Business smOoth tires slide 77% farreccwdulaowIHow.uhcGRlPon -

-o-.,- with ;.und.r which reports'continue to ther-and other. tire
foreign powers new
'j, tires How does it
how Improvement, In all lines,, your comparein
\ Roberta Nicholson, in introducing :a, bill .to prevent"breachofspromise the each other country favors would... agree' to.grant> '., quick'Stop- slide 14%,to 19% farther-

\,: suits, says that money' cannot, mend a Secretary of State Hull is:heart ping tajety-with than New G-3 AU-Weather.

'i'',.broken heart. But sometimes it. can patch it up so you can and soul In favor of these treatieshe : I i the new "G3"Goodyear Ii' _
,Goodyears best atop
,hardly tell. wants all foreign nations not RITZ THEATRE / t. grip ,
1 discriminating against. Americanroducts.to quickest because' of their
,:'< '
__ ? i o ; BTAKIUB.PROGRAM. ftDamA Weather? '
have.equal advantage
> .
ti man twin CENtER TRACTION. Now
An Illinois
:ii has.fingerprinted daughters so In trading withus_ .He Is opposed

thewgn'tmake:} a mistake and spank'the wrong one. A bad- to. trade.quotas regimentation ', G...I ,. : further,improved;.and mad
father} .would and ,1 t11&r.,barrlera .to the freenow VKOINNINO FRIDAY *
| solve the problem' by spanking both of 43% lon.er-lastlag I in the,
products. .
t'theni to make saie.. Opposed to thbv.U. George" Peek, ALL-WEATHER new G3." Al o..aftalnit .

I. : :- o specIal White,, House Advisor 'onorelga ntlDAY MARCH 1ST
'J Brltiah.raliway trade.--and the, clash between "Girl In Danger"BeOmmy blowouts
employ "train hosts" who point out topassengers you thfedn
the views of'Messrs., Peek 'Ba1Wl GOODYEAR, :
flhlriey Grey
$ the places of interest. Everything would 'be just
and Hull ..,. according'to 'Bustess in
;;;,,fine now, if they would employ someone to'open the windows Week. ."blocked the whole SATURDAY, MARCH ND. SPEEDWAYCenter ,,wl t 1 patented Supertwist Cord

IIO i the,hosts could point.Shirley progress of export.recovery.; Mr. .: "Crimson Trail"Buck Traction- Ogtl otu vw ;, EVERY ply.-Why Flirt With

+i' 1> '. Q Peek, with stands Iron-handed for government regimentation bartel' --i Jones 'twshthlckeregd. use's 'Fate-when you can haft

1 Temple's V insurance policy reads that she mast of both imports and exports. -ribbed- sidewalk s 'iCoed1ltetlme' The Gocdyear: ; Jelllf'ilnSupertwht of

knot; take uparms in defense of,her country, and that her pat A short time ago business men SCX.-MON.. MARCH a.. Safety" no estra'oatl
were elated at an authoritative report -
,rents will get no money if she meets death while intoxicated. that the President has finally 'The Gilded Lily"CUudrttv guarantee. _

.[These insurance fellows think of every thing.. decided against Mr. Peek, and Colbert- 80x3 1-J 4.40eh1
Fred Mae
;:' 0 I' tor.Mr. Hull. He will throw his C. Aubrey Murray Smith $4.95 5.50 Put on New C-!'.. and get-at

; Irish who is said to be weight behind reciprocal trade also NEWS Mid COMEDY 4.502d' .Mx2J no extra cost-"The/Goodyear
,4 Jack Doyle the prizefighter more
agreements not barter.
'r.cTUES.WED" 5.80 $6 05 Margin of Safety"-for 43% OURPRICES
i,handsome than Max Baer, is heading for the United States.If Thus; the chances are that More Milest, Flatter Thicker
311 "
MARCH .73 19
,>? boxing,:gets any tamer, Max: and 'Jack will probably don strong efforts will soon be madeto B-fl e.l. Wider All-Wrather: Tread!

|bathing suits and let the applause of feminine fans determine bring trade back now'that: a "RUMBA"George _$6.40 $6.85 Touaher Rvbbc :end more of Itt
course of action ha. been decided I
{ Raft le Lombard Supertwist_ Cord.la EVERY Ply!
{the championship upon. It those efforts succeed, ,
}; 0 many hundreds of millions of dollars -

'1, An exchange: tells of the enlightenment of a negro Insurance will come from foreign shores THURS.-FRI., MARCH 7-S' Register Motor Co.
to tinkle InAmerican; ,.eua.n... ONROAD'SERVICECALL
'\ agent arrested for doing business.without a license. The ters. "Charlie Chan in .

,r Judge said:'"Don't you know you can't sell insurance without 0 Paris" '

:;license.:: 'The" darky replied: "Boss: T knowed. I couldn'tTinybutdtdB'tknowwhy Business observers are now sayIng Warner, Ob.dT : 103
that what the construction mdnstiy : BATTERIESr'J
; '- 'OKI to brgak-th*
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