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 15, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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.tinE FIFTY-SEVEN: -- ____._. --.____ __ .. ... __ U' __ .. __. .. ._.__ .. ._ __RTAKKE, FLORIDA_ FItHY: ,: MARCH 15! 1933 Nt11\lDfm NINETEEN_ ::1



i Today Is the last day for filing

income tax returns J. Edwin
Larson -

ITFORMLVB tia ; FOR EXEMPTION Jacksonville, Collector, of warned Internal Floridians Revenue, BRADFORD IMPROVEMENT .j

this week. Midnight March 15 Is .- -- .

FOR SHIPPING DRAWS NO Returns are being filed at a HERE TO LOOK FARMS TO :
much heavier rate this year than
SHED last, Mr. Larson said. lie expressed SITE

I appreciation to those taxI
UC FREE FOR USE payers who filed their returns before THAT SUITA- ,


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Tax Assessor N; a Wainwright I Government officials with the Bradford County's quota for tF

|>io Business Men Clan of this week Issued tall for "wid- FROSTFAILSWhen Rural Rehabilitation farm rehabilitation has been Increased : !

ke at a called meeting Wed- ows, widowers bachelors and spinster Programhave from 271 to 471. L O. i !

!''uy"afternoon, set wheels turn- *" to fill out application been In Starke several days Fort on, new director of the work .,

Itbat It hopes will In short order blanks for homestead exemption IB 'Predicted recently looking for a favorable here, announced this week.

lit in a loading platform for his office before April 1. site for the establishment of a A recent farm census showed -',,

[wberry growers who ship byk In reference to 'accepting such homestead colony If a suitable that there were 047 farina In this

and rail. I I' application, Mrs: W a I n w right TO SHOW UP tract cf land of about 5000, acres county, so it I Is seen that moro ,. ."

lie first step In the chain of act saId: "In doing BO I perhaps vio- can be found, there Is little doubt than fifty per cent of them will X.;. '

will be taken Tuesday night late the mandates, the law, but I eventually take on a new lease on 'y
that the colony will be established
1II.. committee from the club ''feel that I am'obeying the law of BERRY SHIPMENTS In life under the rehabilitation pro-
Bradford County, it Is believed
j appear before the City Coun- : right and justice. CONTINUE HERE ON gram.

and ask the city to accept ali "I propose to exempt every per- SMALL SCALE If plans are completed 'about Mr. FWtson says that approved '
owned by : manent owner home 'f 150: families will be set UP.on
I on property occupied --- projects pro now being returned }
Presbyterian Church and lying I exemption Is applied;\ for" Fears cf frost Thursday morn... twenty or forty ,acre farms andwill to his office at a rapid rate and .

Veen Brownlee Brothers ware-I The tax. assessor says that there I I lug were dispelled when Bradford bo loaned money to build that the total to date stands at i;

L and the office of the Starke I are many in Ms county who are County strawberry growers awoke houses equipment) buy, A livestock recreational and center other fifty-nine. ,k j
entitled to exemption and who ,,
ke Mill.Lustees. to find temperatures, gradually rising for the Under the rehabilitation program ,
group would also be established. -
I of the church have of- have not yet lied-:1 their applica from the low of thirty-eight It Is salt loans are granted to farmers 1J/i/

l.t.I the use of the property for t }' I tions. He urges thm to do so in degrees registered the day before, "ithout Intqrent, and the motnny ....." "
[ benefit of the .strawberry inliy ': the two weeks that remain before Weather forecasts had predicted The government require a per. bo used for general repairsto '

here if the city will cancelIng probable frost for this section\ fect title to whatever land l it selects houses and other buildings, and \';

liens that are now held Thursday morning. for this purpose, and it lanncesaary for the purchase of farm nnlmaH!, ,
Inst 'JjOOGEtiHmvs11illage Light shipments of berries to have It all.In one un- '
it.lie continued btokcti tract.Farming and other purposes, "p;

Club then hopes to secure through last week with 481) Mi Fortson will be assisted in ;

IcA. labor and lumber supplies crates Icuving by express since on the subsistence the work here by C. L. Dickinson, ,tb: .
Thursday of laat week. Prices homesteads Is supervised by nne"pel.t
I the abandoned; CCC Camp at are who has been directing the program 9!Y(
lord tor construction of the reported to have. held from 8c to who also sees to It that here for the past several t II"

I ling. However, a clear title 9',4c per pint. children are properly schooled and months S. L. Peck Is employedas f
RAISE LIKELY. The Plant City crop 'Is believedto that money loaned to the homesteaders 1t
I tie land, without any incum- auditor In the department, Sid- i'fl
be the down Is put to the best
after use.
on grade a
be shown $ k
Acea or liens, m nay Hammond la purchasing agent I'
lie there Is any hope of secur- President Roosevelt, In a special communication to the All-Florida -- successful season that has already' A similar colony already established and C. VV, Hall la another assistantIn ''I
brought growers there 1262. In Madison '
Ithe that its successful Mobilization County em- the work.
project. Committee, declared recent highly INCREASE ASKED IN
346.49. Tuesday's wind Is said to braces
I everything runs smoothly the Drive was "not without national significance." The above photograph 10.000 acres and In being! The purpose of the program In j\\
EXPENSES OF have done
Men's Club hopes to have shows the President's message wishing success to the movement being considerable damage to fiuccosKfully operated, I H Is said a nut shell Is "to get farmers back $II"on

1 ness completed for thIs's delivered at the White House by Col. Edward W. Smithers, right, Chief STATE ripe fruit In that section, where Officials who have been lookingover their feet," Mr. Fortson says, ;

platform which toI of White House Communications, to Albln Dearlng, Jacksonville, director ---.. berry plants are never mulched. prospects In this county have __ .
- shipping season of the All-Vlerida movement While no new sources of revenueare The crop is also said to be in need Intimated that they are pleased l
I along about April 1. Several new members have been enrolled In this county in addition of rain.
advocated the; State Budget with several I tracts In this county WIND ;:
event plans now Include a to the sixty-two who joined during the first week. They Include the Commission will commend increased Government reports last week and it Is believed that BLOWSrl'
they can
fling about thirty-five feet wide following from Lawtey: Arthur A. Griffis, W. Carl Woolen. J. S. Nor stated that Louisiana had one ol {
J. H, Moore. R. R. Thede, Louis H. Hill M B. Plummer F. R, find a tract suitable for their needs ;,
man ,
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[way 100 feet, down long..,the., middle/a .single...,aad Carradlnq. ,t1.., ,,j arjeyir. Dr:J..H..Carradlne. H. Kelly and Hal mately eight par,.c,,ijt,"a the finest cailoc crops shipments' in its ,would history! begin, .antthat U a'clear: tl).._can... bit obtained. Filling StationGABLEDOWN- ,)(,t,.
for 1933-34, it was announced from i I _- .
into Edwards New Member in Starke are the Rev, C. B. Price and Mrs ----- ''''1
partments on each side Hope M. Peterson. Tallahassee this week. I IThrf I there early In April. However, '
'.benles. may be .unloaded. I freakish weather early this week LEE TELLS WHO,
1935 legislature will be ask- j
covered shed will be free to l Is said to have brought snow in WHAT EXEMPTEDSTATE I
ed to appropriate the sum of $17
grower who wishes to use it, FLYING CLUBORGANIZED SHIRLEY TEMPLE 708,820, for operation of general I northern Louisiana' and corre- '

members say.. HERE LAST TIME TODAYRITZ revenue, special fund ,and special spondingly low 'temperatures over LAWS RI VEAL FAMILY ES'CA'PES INJURY
look the entire state.
IB committee appointed to mlllage departments of state government VARIED STATUTESThe '
the matter is composed of P. MEMBERS PLAN TO BUY BRINGS "IMITATIONS OF for the next two years. A ------+- --- FROM CEMENT,. }:.

tump, A. J. Thomas and H. C. PLANE AND LESSONS LIFE" SUNDAY boost of one-half mill in ad valo HENSBELIEVE full extent of tax exemptions RLOCKS 1+
allowable under the Constitu- _
rem taxes Is anticipated with all
.-- Tuesday night saw the organization What does a woman call suc- other sources of revenue remain IN ADVERTISING tion and Statutes of Florida come High winds Tuesday afternuonbrought ',of,

of a local Flying Club at a cess In life? When a questionlike to light with the discussion of narrow escape to W, M. M d

meeting held in the FERA offices.C that strikes the mind of a ing unchanged. BIG .AND FREAK EGOS ARE: homestead exemption, and, from Bryan and family\ when a' gable ;

STATE ASKSGovernment L. Stockwell was elected secre- writer like Fannie Hurst the re- The County bond fund, State BROUGHT IN Comptroller J. M. Lee comes the at the South Side Filling Station : '

tary and treasurer of the organi- sult Is likely to be a novel that Road Department operations, and Perhaps it Is the Influence of Interesting figures that show the was blown in and heavy cement; ;
fund: which financed
State school are -
zation here.Among will set hundreds of thousands of ""Know Florida Week "All range of Constitutional and Statutory blocks showered Into the InsIde tai;5
by gasoline and motor ve- or
people to thinking. Her answerto exemptions run from $1.00 rooms of the
those attending the Florida Week" or some one of the building. .,;.
hicle license taxes are not Included -
meeting were Henry Manassa. R. this question was written In the in the appropriations recom- various other weeks, but Bradford poll tax exemption allowed Na- Mr. Bryan, who suffered a "":h.

OR HUGE SUMtADFORD'S G. Kidd, Bert Busbee and 0.. C. amazingly successfully "Imitationof mended. County hens seem determined to tional Guardsmen and those over stroke of paralysis about a week ''4'fy:,:

Register who had_(he operation of Life" which In Its talkie form I put on 'an advertising campaignall ; fifty-five1 years of age to the ad ago, and has since been confined !li i
to the Rita Theatre Sundayand Under special mlllages, the commission valorem taxes levied upon as much \,i
.- the organization explained to them comes of their own. to his bed, was lying In a room ;.
by Dennis Powelson, president of Monday with Claudette Col- recommended' the Confed- as much as 16,50000 worth of Immediately under the gabla and l
PROJECTS A few J. E. Norman,
the Lake City club. bert in the leading role. erate pension levy bo decreased days ago property, plus as much as $1111.00for although the cement blocks fell 1
from 3 1-3 to 1 1-2 mill, the Live- farmer living near town, broughtIn tax and
AMONG license
Bea Pullman, the character exemptions
Plans include the purchasing of all around him, he escaped Injury. )ltd'
BIG TOTAL a plane and flying lessons by a: played by Miss Colbert, was created stock Sanitary Board be increased surface an exceptionally of which, large egg and the In some Instances.In Also In the room were Mr.. Bryan 1.J;;
was so rough
from one-half to one mill, the State
professional Instructor. by the novelist as a study of, crinkled that It might be mistaken other words. It Is possible and and Mr, and Mr. Wesley Bry- .i,
Another meeting of the club the modern self made woman who, Prison fund from.'hree-elghths to there probably will be people In an, none of whom received more. Fr'than }:
>mewhere the $283,449- for a relief of the Rocky
among two and one-eighth, the Board of map
rises from obscurity to and i Florida who will
week will be held next Tuesday night In power secure an exemp- minor scratches: from the \
requested by Florida this the FERA office. < riches. The star Is supported by Health from one-half to one-mill, Mountain regions tion of $6,1S00.00 worth of real and flying rock.

constiucUon of 2,2900 publics The Lake City Flying Club will Warren William and Rochelle Hud and the free text book fund bo W, M. Edwards reports that a personal property, plus 1191.00 In John of the building \1.f
liege, owner
employment projects, we1'f1ford reduced from three-fourths to one- member of hIs family broke a large cash for poll tax and license I
( bring three planes to the FERA was buoy Wednesday making :i irf'palrs.
County's pet requestsas and will son.Next Tuesday and Wednesday half mill, the public school fund re- egg and found another complete Mr. Lee summarizes the statutes -
give a
Airport He estimated to f:
of the courte damage
completion maining at one mill. shell and all, Inside the first
the Ritz will show -Flirtation egg granting these exemptions an
free exhibition of stunt flying. the
addition, new hospital Staten '. Walk'with Dick Powell and Ruby I Thin would fix ad valorem tax: one. And Mrs. A.. H. Green this follows: building, stock and fixture at
$500, no of which covered ,
Road and other levy for state purposes at seven week seat one to be displayed that part was
Keeler, Thursday Friday Section 7 Article 10 Homestead :
Council Pays Bills : by Insurance, he said.Before r r
ie amount requested the next week will bring "Baboona," i and one-eighth a* compared with weighed three ounces. exemptions to head of a
every repair weremade, the :
was made public this week The following bills were ordered Martin Johnson'snewest ,six and five-eighth th-'a! year. y
Mr, and Mrs. The Telegraph already carried family citizen of and residing In station situated about mile south
he State Planning Board aft- paid at the last meeting of the City wild animal A balanced budget for the fiscal 4t
picture. accounts of the weighing
{ egg Florida, holding title. $11,000.00. of, town on Road 13, presented a J;
bulatlon was' completed of Council:, :year ending June 30, 1934.\ the three and three-quarters ounces
Section 11, Article 9: To the scene of destruction by wind seldom 'ii,
cts 2 fires and 1 commission achieved,
recommended by cities, Sullivan Carter reported was in .
that was recently brought by '
ties ____ a.oo Missing BooksThe of' head of a family residing in the seen In this part of the state .t''
districts and state andus false alann-for Jan. $ that expenditures public moneys C. A. Futch and the one with
> public agencies. I Starke Telephone Co.,,Telephone' following books are missing were within receipts and that the the shell brought In state, household goods and personal This damage was the most ex. ;,
printing on
ading the division of projects I for City Hall __________$360 from the Woman's Club library previous deficit has been paid In by J. L. Starling, of Lawtey. effects to the value of $500.00. tensive to be reported here from ;
the wind which was the puter edge ..
T5 proposals for street and ,I Melvin McKinney, Salary for and their return or information part. with a'satisfactory balance --.. I. Section 9, Article 9; To every ,
way construction and Improvl- i February and 2 arrests ;-. _$18.00 : concerning' their I whereabouts exlatlnr June 30.' .1"34.. widow who has a family dependent of a freakish storm that reached ,;,
-.c Stockmen To Meet :
ornadlo; force In and J
. estimated to coat $82,992,224. I W. L, Wall, Councilman___$4.00 would be appreciated by club members -. u.= upon ber for support, JSOO.OO. Mississippi '

e would be scattered all over i P. M. Barefoot Councilman $4.00 : "Years of Grace" by Mar SHOW AT AIRPORT A meeting of the Bradford- Section 9, Article 9: To every Georgia. Minor damage to tele- :
phone lines and roof noticed -
state, inside the limits O. L. Beasley, Councilman $4.00 garet Ayres Balnea, "Henry VIII" Union Farmer's ,and Stockmen's person who Is a bona fide resident were
mnlclpalltles.tt many W. M. Edwards,'Councilman 4.00 by Francis Hackett, "The White THIS WEEKENDEXPERT ; Association will be held at the of the state who has been disabled 'In various part. of .the county., ,:

N.. D. Wainwright, Jr. Council Faun" by Prouty. "The Deepening court house In Lake Butler Satur- by war or misfortune, $000. -- l
came "heavy engineering ___ ''00 Canfield, PILOTS GIVE Section 1, Chapter 16298: Any Want Name ChangedNassau ;I
:ture man ________?.. _-. $ Stream" .by Dorothy day afternoon at 2 o'clock. Charley ,
t-ments such as harbor Im- T.: F. Landrum City Attorney "Reader, I Married Him" by Anne EXHIBITION, HERE E. Johns, president, urge all. members ex-service man and bona tide resident County Commissioner ;"
docks terminals
and ,
ills, and similar work esti- .,_..-_____________ $2.00 Green. "A Lantern In Her Hand"by The Reynolds McCracken Flying to be present of the state of Florida who hasten to add that they are not .u- n)

d to cost $52.292.781 There Carl Johns salary for Feb. $60.00 Bess Streeter AldrIch, "The Service, of Perry, .ha* made arrangements --. has been disabled In war or by ? rstlluoiui, but, nevertheless they \
Thornton for Duchess" by Fectchwanger, misfortune shall be entitled to exemptions would like to have the of a
139 projects, In this classifi- W. E. Salary Ugly to put on a: free air To Elect OfficersThe name ,
n. .February _?--_.:_____ $7000 "Dwarf's Blood" by Edith Clivler show at Starke's new FERA Air I from taxation providedIn Hood 13 changed, according to a ., :
A. L. Alvarez, Salary for Feb. and "Father," author not listed. the courtesy of rev last P. T. A. meeting of the Article 9, Section 9 of the Con recent l Issue of the Fernanduut .

0 "inventory": of suitable pro- and 2 arrests ___________ $82.00 --- -- -- eral port local through merchants present school term will be held stitution of Florida. Leader. The commissioner say a,

was made under direction of Harold C. Wall, Premium Ins. Scores By Knock-Out Dick Richards, U. S. Govern- I Wednesday afternoon March 20 In addition to the above Constitutional !- that they have tried all other

tanning board and the statec General Accident Policy ..$178,IS: t licensed transport pilot I at 3:30 o'clock at the high school and Statutory provisions means to'secure hardsurfaclng of

works administration at the Bradford Hardware Co., 1 lock Ben Sternberg Starke boy now I men arrived here Wednesday with his building. Election of officers win the: Statutes provide: for certain the' Baldwln-Yuloe stretch, anal

st of the national public for Jail ______-'____-w- $1.00H. !boxing on the Plebe team at West plane and will be at the airport be hld. license exemption to citizens of they wjnuler If a change of name)
3 administration and the na- Academy, added another w ---APurchases ---- -- -
Point Military
L. Brownlee, Bond Trustee the week-end. the state which may run as high would help matter

I resources' board. The list ____________________ $2.00 scalp to hIs collection I la-< .over Mr. Richards' was formerly chief Lot as $150.00 cash and for exemptionfrom ------ .. --.- -
called for so it would be Trustee $2.00 week when he knocked his Pennsylvania I '
Bond taxes to National
able J. F. Colley, Instructor at Syracuse N. Y. air- Sale of a lot on Walnut Street poll WorkTwoWeekt
J State University opponent
3.800.000.0OO congress asked appropriated by Presl- R. J. Davis, Bond Trustee $2.00 out In thirty seconds. Ben was the port, and has taught* many well- opposite the' home of Judge A. !6. Guardsmen persona disabled" by The call to work, based on budgetary .

f Patten Landrum, Acct. Eu- known pilot to fly. He also has a Adkln was recently announced by misfortune and persons over fifty-i needs, sent to about.
Roosevelt to member of the team winning! was
provide eraploy- ___ : .00 only
rlka Fire Hose Co ____ $50 record In stunt flying and five years of age.Comptroller
for 3.500,000: knock-out, newspaper report. good administrators of the Alvarez es J SOO relief clients at the beginning
persons. Gasoline by a
Shell Petroleum Corp. passenger.carrying. tate. The purchaser was L. A. Ca- Lee baa stated he Is of the week and after a lay-off
re has been congressional ___, _____ $32.17 said.
no and Oils _,| a,-i- The flyer will be accompaniedby nova, local druggist. anxious to cooperate with Florida I during the week of March 17-23, ,
n on the manner In which the Bank of Starke CouponsdueJan. -- Harry Reynolds, former air circus -_---.--- .-.----.-- taxpayers to the end that they re-1 approximately the same number

tic employment fund would 1st. 1935 ________ $660.00No Homecoming .pilot and parachute; Jumper. Buys HomeT. ceive the full measure of all exemptions will work the last week In the
proprlated If It 1 is appropriat- further business the council "'IIihave .. allowable to them and
The Raiford Baptist.Church ---- month It wo stated at the FERA.
'lorlda baa approximately one adjourned to next meeting.A a Homecoming Day program BIRTHS J. Alderman this week an- urges that FJollldlans cooperate office here N '

nt f of the nation's population; of. a speedometer' Sunday., Dinner U to be served at Mr. and Mrs. laaah Harden- nonnced the tale of his home on with their tax officials, giving Work I* going ahead ore widenIng "
the fund were apportioned sure sign March 12. Ninth Street to D.. p Carpenter, them all the Information
adjustment the; noon hour and singing and brook, Starke, boy, possible Walnut Street between Call
populaUoQ'baale, this state needing lubrication Bill Parks, Starke, pharmacist with Mitchell's Drug that will disclose and their
I be Its tendency to> skip or move; music will feature the all-day serve Mr. and Mrs. prove and Madison Avenue to a width. .of F
allocated approximately I* 13. Store rights of exemption.
w.ooo. unevenly. Ices. boy. March J ." forty feet.4 .

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SAXTON GUM BRANCH KEYSTONE HEIGHTS HAMPTON NEW RIVERMrs. Harrell representing the Lawtey council will be able hoped to ,Improve the cfi

JIr.. W. A. Tr lee t'erre.poadlnt Mix Kli/ubeth Ifuriiugfl Cor. Sire T It. .........,.. Cor."pond..tMrs. Sties Adn !Ii,........ Corr*"pon l.nt O. E. Crosby, Correspondent Loading and Shipping Co., was In the near future "
awarded the strawberry loading
lj Mrs. C. C. Summer spent Sun- Miss Helen Norman spent Thurs- Walter 57"Harper and K. B. Watterson- ; -has purchasedthe Among who( were attend- contract for the approaching sea -

day with her mother, Mrs. Lizzie day night with Mills Vesta Me- daughter, Martha Harper, of bungalow on :Main Street that ing: to business in Starke Saturday son at the following prices cost Mrs. M. PomoniilH

Tyler. Meadvllle, Pa., are at KeystoneInn formerly belonged to M. L. Wat- were: Mr. and Mrs. J. L. this season delivered in stores in B. Plummer enei.lata.
Jerry Brantley of Hartsburg con,. Rae.Mr. teraon and has located there. Johns; Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Wiggins New York City per thirty-six pint ed the members of the Lawt-'
a visitor here Sunday. and Mrs. J. S. Sppp and for a visit. L. A. Johns Jr., left last Saturday ; Frank Andrews; O. W Andrews crate will be $1.20 and 32 quarts Parent-Teacher Association at *L
O. T. Nelson attended church at children and Mr. and Mrs. Felix Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gaskill, for Baltimore Maryland, ; Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp will be $..07 for everything Includ- home Monday evening,

Lawtey Sunday. Snpp were the guests of Mr and Mrs. R. B. Gamble and Mrs. D. T, where he will be sight-seeing for. and Parnell Tyson. ing standard refrigeration, for pre- Pete Wainwright who ,,
I Friends of E. L. Hicks are glad Mrs. Albert Williams of Jackson Reamer spent Thursday In Jacksonville several days. Quite a large crowd from here cooling the charge will be 3 cents 'went an operation Saturday under.

to know he Is able to be out again ville Sunday. Rev. F. M. Taylor pastor of the enjoyed the Singing Convention at per crate extra. nlng for appendicitis Is ,.,portS
after a brief case of influenza. "air. and Mrs. J. D. Dobbs, Jr., Mrs. Ellen: Wiggins returned Graham Baptist Church, will fill!! Water Oak Church Sunday. as well on the road to recovery, !

Mrs. Mae Thornton was the and children! and Clyde and Lon- Friday from Miami where she vla- his regular appointment thero Miss Mary Ella Ward of Rising Revival Closed Mr. and Mrs. M. B.

guest of Mrs. W A. Tyler Sunday.Mrs. nie Dobbs> of Kaiford were visiting, ited her daughter, Mrs. Helen Mat next Saturday and Sunday.Z. spent the first part of the week The week of Evangelistic servo Chicago, 111., were visiting Shipper IK C//
,X J. K. Degoliu and children J. A, Harnage and family Sunday thews. Brown and son were shoppingIn home of Mr. at
their home In Jack with her couslnx Betty and Doris ices held at the Grace M.E, Church and Mrs. E E Burn.!
1:N returned to Mis T. N. Norman and duugn- Mrs. John Neff and daughter of Starke last Friday.L. Crosby. closed Sunday evening. The meet last week '
::1 sonville last week after a
; with, her parents, Rev. and ters, Helen and.Dorothy, were the Staunton Va., are the guests of L. Bedenbaugh. of Starke, Rev. G. E. McGauley tilled his ings were well attended and sev- Lee Carradine of Jack, >II ,,,1.,
1.here" L. Hicks. guests of II. M. McRae and fame Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Wiggins Mrs was tho guest of his slater, Mrs. regular appointment at the New eral additions were received in the visiting his parents, Dr Ind. *

,.;\: :Mrs.O. L.E. Brown of Double Run was ily Saturday.Mr Neff was accompanied here by her O. O. Pearce last Sunday River Baptist Church Sunday church Music was furnished by J. H. Carrndme here this week MI1

visitor here Thursday. and lIiu:i. Irvin .Norman. cousin, Wins Edith! Wiggins who The W. M, U?. of the Baptist morning and evening. the church choir and visiting solo- Mr. and Mrs J. B. Dy,
;1.,, a were visiting II. II. Koene an-1 had spent the last three months Church, held a union prayer serv- Rev. G. W. S. Ware of Worthington -' ists. The evangelists were, Rev. I I children of Lakeland. were vuiZ

DOST rafT IP NIGHTS family Sunday visiting In Staunton and. Wash ice with the Baptist W. M U. at Springs will preach at the McSascson of New York, Rev. :Mr.Eaton' relatives here Saturday Imu, 8|?,
r Miss Myrtle Dobbs of Raiford ington, D. C. Lawtey last P"IJayTbey\ all report New River Baptist Church Sun- 'of New York, Pastor of the day.Mrs.

.J Sl \"lS! TIIIH Si.Vi TKMT, wa'i vlslllnff Annie Mae and Leila Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cull and two a pleasant time.. day at 11:09: o'clock. Everybody Livingston Baptist Church of J. C. Prevatt and Mr I
J l Use Juniper I oil, HuUiu loaves, etc., Harnage Sunday.Mrs. sons have moved here from San- Rowley Bran DIn. who has been la cordially invited to attend. Jacksonville and the resident pastor Phillips were shopping in s

.?d to flush nut excess uolils and waste H. M. McRae and daughter, ford. They expect to be here for with his brother, Dennis Brannen Rev. Ware will be pleasantly remembered Rev. Sessions villa Monday lackSOIlo
:i matter. Clot l rid of lilmlilef lirlla- Saturday night with several months. at Lakeland for several months, here as he used .to be, Dan Howe .
.-I' that waking freiiuont Odessa spent returned to his home here last of Gainesville'
lion OHil"en up WII
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Case left pastor of theBaptist Church here."EVERGREEN Building Improvements the guest of his sister. !Mn
dewlre, scanty flow, burninganil Sunday. A A.
.biuliailie. lot Juniper oil, Bu- Miss\ Alice Edwards spent Friday last Thursday for their home In ..__ J. M. Reddish has a large crow Smith !Sunday:
JJ;; night with her sister, Mrs. Putchogue N. Y., after spendingthe I BOA TDRAINMrs. of carpenters and painters employed Miss Autharine
oho, In little tablets Blanchard
chu green
W. Tate Alvarez.A winter here. Sirs '1', A. Ilimler, (,'.......| un<1. it this week remodeling his Lakeland, Ii
it palled Ttukata ,the bladder lax Z. /. Griffin, Correspondent spent' Saturday ana Sunday
;;-;. attv. In four days It not pleased. large crowd from this\ section Mrs Ella Bird had as her guests Miss Mattie Edith Rowe of Law- home here and when completed will here at the home of her -

;t nit'back and get your 28e. let your I. attended the Bradford County last week Mr. and Mrs. Ellis I Mr. and Mrs': William Bailey of tey spent Friday afternoon with make a very attractive appearance. eats Mr and Mrs Al M. Blanca par-))

,''' regular sleep and feel "full of pop. Singing Convention at Water Oak Johnston of Youngstown, Ohio I. Jacksonville were visiting China Louise Rosier. ard,
Fr I Mitchell's Drug store: Sunday. and Mrs. Wesley Goodrich of Mi Grove Church Sunday, and were Mrs. Mary Reddish la spending W. M. U. Observe "'N'k of Prayer Miss Abble Harley who

: \, ami.Mr. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arch I several day! with Mrs. J. S. Ro The ladies of the local W. M. IT. In Starke spent the Is employed -

and Mrs. O. E. Wiggins Prevatt. and the Hampton W. M. U. helda end here at the home *ec i.
Scientists Find Fast Way spent the weekend in Green Billy Cheseer ,was visiting' in sier.Misses Lorene Rosier and Mil joint service at the home of Mrs. rents, Mr. and Mrs. A. of H. her Hariri

f Cove Springs Palatka Sunday afternoon dred Sapp spent Sunday with James Lyle Friday. The Lawtey Mrs Pearl Shuman of Galnil

Hugh Wilson of Lake City was Mr. and Mr? Olin White and Louise Rosier. Union entertained during the ville was visiting friends henl
to Relieve a Cold a visitor here over the week-end. children of Starke were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddingand morning session, and after a boun- Tuesday.

HrAi Mrs. Thalia Perry and two children -I.Mr. and Mrs. J,..P. Chesser Sun- daughter of the State Farm tiful luncheon served by both or. Miss E. Blanchard!
of Lake ,
of Jacksonville spent Sundayat day.Mr were visiting his mother Mrs. H. ganizations the Hampton union en e::
Ache and Discomfort Eased Almost Instantly Note and Mrs. Dan Boree and' L. Redding Sunday.' tertained.. was visiting at her home hnl;,
the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Tuesday I
;rl children of Jacksonville were visiting Miss Jannle -
Demery.Dr Sapp spent Sunday
Mrs Lucille Beck rtil
NttTBDIMIOTIONS relatives' In this section Sun Is visiting
with Rosier., City Gets Club House
and Mrs. Bruce Gamble were I atives and friends ttil
.CTU..." In Jacksonville day. J'. Mrs Kate Pringle of Jackson- Through the generosity of Mrs Tampa ,
several days this 'week.
b week. Arvllle Sheffield. oft Jacksonville, ville wall visiting Mrs. J. S.. ..Ro- M. E. Edwards, a former resident,
The simple method pictured here tithe was visiting Brown GriffIs Satur sier Sunday. of this place and the Woman's

i way many doctors now treat Max Harrison and J. Russell day.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and Club of Lawtey the city has ob-
41 colds and the aches and pains colds Hall spent Tuesday fishing in Lavonla'
Griff was visit children, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ro- tained the building formerly used eha. ..h.
bring with them I Lake Tsalla Apopka. ing Mrs. K. L.- Griffis Thursday sier and JImmie Lee, Mrs, C. A. for a club house and present plansare COLDS
It is recognized as a safe sure Mrs. D. O. Stewart spent the afternoon. Pringle and children, and Mrs. to Improve and remodel thepresent 666 end
QUICK way. For It will relieve an week-end In Jacksonville attend- Mr. and Mrs. Griffis and FE'ERfin'
f 1r Tafca a BAYER Aapirta Tablets. Roy Willie Reddish and children, spent building and use It for a
Mali'* aura foil Est UM.BAYER ordinary cold almost as fast aa the horse children of dqLIQUID
ing show.Send
Tabfctayouartfar.A you Tampa are visiting Mr. Sunday with B. E. Rosier and community canning and social cen !
e, caught it. and Mrs. K. L. Griffis this week. ter.. TADLFJT8 lIeadachl''!
mother. -
Alit your doctor about this. And Mrs. Louise Prevatt and' Mrs. This baa been long needed by !tAL""] NOHPDltOIS a. 80 ,,,1..,"
+ when you buy. be sure that you get Ida Chase were visiting Mr, and
the real BAYER Aspirin Tablets. $1. Mrs.. Zenas Griffis Monday.BROOKER LAWTEY -
They dissolve (disintegrate) almost O. J. Phllllpa, CorreapOMdrntStrawberry
instantly. And thus work almost instantly for the next 5 months of Movement 3 FAMOUS MAGAZINES

when take them. And
you THEATLANTIC Mint Vent. Oalney CorrespondentPeanut Strawberry shipments are increasing
for a gargle Genuine Bayer Aspirin dally from this point and (A List of,22 to Choose From)
t, Tablets disintegrate with speed and
rt'i MONTHLY Hulling with continued warm weather the
fi Drink fun. ctaia of watar.R*>aat completeness, leaving no Irritating Mrs. B. 'F, Hazen entertained shipping season is not far distant. ANDThe
'. ........ particle or iritUnwa .
ttaatmant In"a
''' :\" $'. Thursday afternoon and Mrs. S. Smallt shipments go forward dally

r decisively BAYER reduced Aspirin'pril on a all* have sixes been,' sothere's ]\,TAKE the most of your Beading M. Mott Friday afternoon with from the local platform. Rains Tampa Daily Times

1i hours. Enjoy the wit, peanut hullings in their respective which fell early this week were .
no point now accepting
the wisdom, the companionship, homes. A large crowd was present very beneficial both to strawberryand
other than the real article
want. you the charm that have made the on each of these occasions and other field crops which were ONE YEARFOR

ATLANTIC, ,for seventy five quite a few peanuts were hulled. suffering from lack of moisture.The .
'' years America's most quotedand After which delicious refreshmentswere !! high winds which precededthe A DOWN PAYMENT OF $1.00

NOW most, cherished magazine.Send served by the hostesses. rain Tuesday did considerable PLUS 15c WEEKLY
Rev. O. E. McGauley held church damage here to several house
$1 (mentioning this ad) 'services at New River last Sunday. roofs and light lines. No severe

1 15 to He was accompanied there by T. damage has: been reported at this THIS OFFER OPEN TO OLD
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a t>liras*m ol MUr. Carafe twice. TMaaam FIIICCS.. Genuine tayar Aspirin 8 Arlington St., Boston P. Gainey was transacting
aonnaia almaet tauotly. ..eI,..", 'ao'vcad ... M SI*** business in Starke last Monday._ I Ilurrell Gets Loading Contract
Mr. and Mrs. W D. Webb and 'At a meeting of growers and
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i dttor----Irma Stuckweport" Chapel Program Seventeen years ago last Monday Meorge., Oleeta Green Belt;y !. c"" THE METRO.GOLF .'YN-MAYER !"< _
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tern's Anderson JeylUerHhtle '
IIIUI'A., 'V. Hayes Garnlta" Hutto BarBari
( ]" a beautiful baby girl was bor:
: : :;d'IUI'-----''___..__ Miss Madgo MIddleton's firs Keen Betty McRaei Roberta Whit embraces all around and excited the waters edge and was carried '1';
ko : to Mr and Mrs. W. E. Torode i 1 In; Three
Editor and Bernard Johns
field Chapter
of Elementary
ntcr"lnlllont A r on; .AJnl': grade was charge happy exclamatlona of greeting beyond the line of breakers
Lucille has
.' .ind Elementary Heportar chapel last Thursday Marc! Lawtey. Mary grow -"- VILLIAMY UNMASKED Then no longer abl. to wait, David The next few moments containeda :!\
1111." to the of five feet four In
J holghth -
Frances First
7, third period. The program wa told them of Dora. Aunt Betsy lifetime of horror for David. The
announced by Miss Mlddleton. ches. She has brown eyes, and Edward Thomas Bernice Cooper : (Conclusion> congratulated him stonily while pounding wreck lank and Ham was '
EDITORIAL hair olive complexion and weigh Esther Griffin. Jessie Mae SYNOPSIS: Aftr a period cfbitter Agnes hid her heartbreak behind a hauled In dead while Steerforth,
First war a song, "The Morning child,
tmAapp4neie as a
thoughtfulness o f 121 pounds.. 'Johns Alice Parker etntle. the last of the
Byrd Josephine survivor
Is chip was j'
Courtesy Prayer, and the Flag Salute. I David Copper/ .'d. an orphan,
Then when Aunt Betsy had lift
for one sIghbor GlorIa lying (lifeless on the sands '
due regard Mary Lucille was one of our Lorlne McKinney, had been rescued. and adoptedty
!her.IJ! Then Mrs. Hart's Dora told htm of Uriah e new partnership
and Wa rights. If the room sang i a lovely sponsors for our past homo Cooper Alvin Crews Ben Kite I M. Attnl. Betsy Trotwood. with her father David was It wa* some time before David 't
of kindliness and courtesy; song. "Bob White. A dialogue by; coming game and has been i a I Harold Tomlinson. Joan Dobrow, I II Living at (,,. Wtofc/teld Home aghast. could forget that dreadful night but "
i, hi. man three girls was next and a plan member Rosetta Raines A. and loon he was caught up In trouble ,
Ule in the Individual of the Glee Club for thre Helen Johnson during ecAooldoys AgntiWtckfield "Father says Its his own choice,
< will naturally reflect this solo "Happy Farmer" by SatBarefoot years also a member of the special ( Betty Turner Wands Prince, Bernice beoam fear friend1. she raid, "but I know that It we* of his own 4

,,rs And so manners are accept followed. Glee Club during '3435. Sh I McMillan, Bobby Turner Then,.grownup, he Add depart forced upon him H. never con- The fragile Dora's health had 'I
Irli cases as an outward "Ten Little School Boys; by ten was president of the Junior das Agnes Lewis :Marion Manning ed for London for career atan ndes In me anymore II.'" changed. been steadily falling for some time
1, in .nany author Not without mityivOiy and soon the little cottage was
conduct. If for any rean little school boys was now pre and Treasurer of Senior class '34- Mary Beth Knight: Hazel Field!\ I can t explain Uriah power over '
en ot however, for he sea teen him eitherDavid empty and bleak for she was In
feel at ease In social aented. Next was a violin solo by; '33. Billy Overstreet, Bradley '
not Wick. V1'
vou do fat( that Uriahe p. decided to peak to Mlcawber i her narrow grave.David
,olipa you can quickly overcom Miss Jacobs (sixth grade teacher.) Mary Lucille likes: Sports goo< and Oletha Thomas. Gl'lger'j field's, cleric too a schemingcimndrel '. now Uriah umntant. But went abroad to ease the ''

Ms feeling by forgetting yourself Virginia Anderson then recIted. things to eat have a good time I III -. Bet their talk wee a complete failure pain In his heart and tour seasons '>,;:
thinking of others, and by extmlintr a poem. very fond of finding some one to< MY VISIT TO MT. 1'FRNONWhen inn .the oity week hi. friend for Mlcawher on realising that he I had come and gone when Agnes ': II l
i to them some act of cow The string band composed of laugh with her and likes "Cover Ster/orth, h* met Dora Spen.low. I wa being asked for confidential I read his letter telling her he was >

, The person who is courtes; Simeon Phillips, Mildred Hundley nor" Howard. I visited Gt>orgo Washing .. There was a whirlwindrourrjhtp Information, flatly refused to fay returning at once Worry over the ,1 If
sv and appreciate Charles Pander and Jim Moor tOn's mansion I saw some long One day David, on anything further Wlckdelds. and love of homo were '.
,rdlal tactful She dislikes: Snooty people, his tie beach u'tfh, Steerforth sane Uriah had moved Into the house drawing him back. 'i''
Edwards now performed and wer real ok
at social gath need objects of beauty; an
always welcome tory and cauliflower. Dora's ftou4, reseed Ass eyes too and that night after dinner he
nff encored five times by the overenthusiastic I clock, charming in design several arrange. and untjcperttd nyht cleared hie throat a* If about When on his arrival A* made 3 f,;
audience. of old lace and linen ( his way to Mleawber with ,
hns been defined as a woin Dorothy lovely pieces to make a apeecb. "Come fellowpartner" {
A Judy I SnppA Betsy he realized there had
This was the concluding numbe candelabra and some silver .
or girl who Is refined In man baby girl with black curl; a Again David looked Then his he 'began pouring eom.mol" been ground for his fear. ,i j!II
and the went back to their: In "" 11 the
and pupils candle sticks, the crane hanging wine give you one to '
poised, tactful gracious hair and dancing blue eyes wn S eyes misted over for at sight of theP'Kgotty' The next morning Uriah opened \;
irs and the brick dlvtnesi of her sex Agnes Wlckfleld -
lite to all; a gentleman Is a mat' rooms., born on March 22nd, 1917 to Mr the large fireplace little boat horn, memories ." I the door of his office to Aunt Betsy, !
the bedstead' chair! and ma of his childhood visit here ,
high Ideals. fine feelings, refine l and Mrs J. B. Sapp and has nov oven Wlckfleld leaped to hla feet with David. Mr. Dick and Mleawber. H* t
,inners, and good character.True SOMEBODY SAYS reached the heighth of five feet'' hogany table as"they were at the flooded over him I a terrible cry "Look at him," he I swept them all with a surprisedand !
Well it looks aa If the student moment of Wanning ton'a death. On Briefly he told Steerforth of them suspicious, glance as WIckfleM .,
ehouted "lie dares I him now
springs from the three and one-half Inches and Is a see
politeness I next year will enjoy an even larger the chair lay the open Bible from and they made their way rapidlyover for what he Is- a-" and Agnee now entered and joined
certain forms blonde.
tart and there are I curriculum than this. Our perfect which Mrs. Washington read to the ands Uriah scowled menacingly "Bet the others t 'I

politeness every boy and girls principal Mr. Gray is making Dorothy Is an outstanding' student her husband. The old furniture, It was Ham himself There who were openedthe the ter stop his mouth Cor>p"rft.ld. or Then, with a flourish )Ulcawber r :
of door to them
auld know. The observance plans for the addition of Home EC and has had an A average although It has been out of use for others, all shaking hand and talkIng he'll say something he'll be sorry drew a legal document from his ,I
,se forms help to make life easl' onomIcs and Agriculture to our throughout high school. She hm more than a century still holds Its excitedly Uncle Dan was especially for afterwards" pocket and started rending It.

and more agreeable; It smooth courses. The Starke High School been a member of the glee club for grandeur. The slave houses and pleaied This visit made hi. Wlekneld stared then slowly subsided brandishing a large ruler for

e way for us, puts ua at ease Is already well-known for ItI! six years and a member of the special the mansion are not only picturesque day complete, for Just ''a few noun like a pricked balloon. emphasis

id relieves many an awkwarctuatlon. broad choice of elective subjects glee club for the past two 'I but are splendid examples of
In comparison with other schools years and also participated in the good architecture and structure :"

We go to school to learn courts; regardless of size. The addition of musical festival held in Tampa last that have withstood the test of the
d kindness as well as to receive these subjects would furthei' April. Dorothy ia Editor-ln-Chlel seasons. l.i\
witht of the B. H. S. Journal and hm
An education ,
education. our already strong(
i strengthen As I stood and looked at the
would not do us very commercial department. done remarkably well with writing 'It '
courtesy was so famil- 'i"
colonial mansion
uch good because a person IE The students have been putting( some splendid editorials for the General ,_ R Agneif. reply :
iar to me that 1 could picture wo tartly ,au !i t
ually Judged by how he ads on a "spurt" of Industriousness! paper. Washington arriving home "u >AUp.r. "''v. ry r : *

ound others as well as toward lately. The office has been painted Among her likes are dancing and Mrs. Washington coming out ., loved you all 11

ople. trees have been planted, rooms going to the movies, singing,, to greet him. I could also! see the 5- 5 mv U f.,David. 4 f li libefore

have been cleaned and, by some< swimming eating. Spoken English, slaves coming home at sunset from + tM ,C I

food Play Presented unknown Influence even the chit all of her teachers during her their day's task. It occurred to -

ren of the lower grades show evi school career typical brunettes,, that this was the most beautiful ; j
me .
5y Twelfth History dence of soap and water. The stu and English IV. scene I had ever experienced. I ; ,I ,4'/Lt ,'

Class In Chapel dent government has done much Her dislikes are: Conceited people On the way to the tomb of ,,

lately to improve the looks and blondes for boy friends friends Washington I had to. go past the

Faculty Trio Benders cleanliness of the school. who try to boss her arguing, laundry house, and the coach houseIn
NumberAn Practice on the operetta is now shrimp and rude people.HONOR which was a carriage known as : .,

getting underway and It promIses the "Last Coach" that Washingtonhad

excellent was pre- to; be a very good one. The characters used. Next I came to the f",
program the are vivid and the story t la ROLL barn that was built of brick Imported -
ted in chapel last Friday i
th period by Mrs. Wall's ninth good. In short it will be a sue from England. Going fur- *1

cess: Twelfth Grado ther down I came to the old tomb ,
nde. There has been a marked improvement. Jessie Mae Brannen Francei where Washlng onj wall first burl "

First to everyone's surprise Mr .In the attendance record Cadman Melva Crosby,Martha eel: .pr .'1

nson; played two piano solos this month. We suppose the I Powell. Dorothy Sapp, Louise Snyder Looking at the beautiful l. trees \

Ve Are the Boys From Old Fldr March winds have been blowingthe and Mary Lucille Torode. and scenery that surrounded the ,,)

i" and "The Orange and Blue'one students to school on time. plantation I saw a sign "Silent .'

) even suspected that ,he Eleventh Grade Respects" which brought a deeper :

ew one note from another or Tenth B Class WinsIn Jonnle Ree Cone Audrey Hall) feeling of respect and honor for Ijn Ij
would have had him playing Mary Sue Mott June Whltfleld.. George Washington than I had ev-

r us long ago. I the Feb. ContestMrs. and Elaine Wynn. er had before. I As I approachedthe

Following this was a brief de : I Marble Sarcophogus I noticed !

tonal composed of a hymn, I Perkins' Wins In Junior High Tenth Grade that Washington lay on the right 1

leased Gospel Bella" the Lord's Contest. Frances Dltteau, Daisy Bell ttnd Martha his wife, on the left. f

!lyer, and the Flag Salute. I Dunn Grace Arwood Hilda Wy- A tablet above the tomb reads: .bas$ i. t ,//I

Our quartet that won the first I The winners of the attendance rick Ethel Taylor Jack Underhill "Within This Enclosure Rests The '"

ze at the contest In Jacksonville prizes have been announced by the Arlie Sponholtz Lois Moore, Remains of General George Wash I'

vr repeated their number. "Rock attendance committee. Eula Mae Dyal Mildred Brown, ington." As I looked within the ,

Ages." The quartet Is composof Mrs. Gray's tenth grade room Margie McMillan Oleta Smith tomb tears filled my eyes whenI Ii

Sidney Hershfield Simeon leads the school with 94 per cent. Madallne Crosby and Irene Davis. I thought of hla great deeds and Hicawbtr exploded.

Illlps, Mildred Hundley and Second prize was won by Mrs. Car the honors that h' had brought to "Viu.o... MA ".-

!ances Hemingway. Tommy penter's twelfth grade with an av this: country., f ,. ( _"..., Baten .
ten then played a piano solo,, erage of 90.4 per cent. The prizes Ninth Grade V Lees Dempsey I *.. i* the mat' \,

use In E Flat," by Durand. This will be flowers or flower containers. Carol White, L. O. Jones;Rose- .-- tr' D.Oftr./rowj. r.
well Noegel Patsy Edmondson, HOBBY conepiracy art
ce was very well played. MY' ,
tin matter'
Text the fifth and sixth' grade The other rooms had records as Lillian Stump; Arie Tillman. Ver- By Sidney HerahfleW ;

Is sang Brahma'' "Lullaby""., It follows: tie Phillips and Virginia Fugate. My hobby Is art. I have always ti

a sung nicely :Miss Jacobsxth Mrs. Long's twelfth 80 per cent ---:...:... I liked art and hope that' I always '

grade teacher) played a Mr. Howard's eleventh 81 pet. Eighth Grade 1 ihall. S

>iin solo' -Largo1' (by Handel). Miss Fernandez' tenth. 87.4 pet. Howard Brown, Eddie Hartman The word "artmay suggest to Ham and Em'ly had become And David left the house none H* stated his charge. against V

e I was accompanied at the piano The attendance committee now George Silcox Etta Mae' Dyal one person a beautiful painting: engaged, to the delight. and amase- the wiser but with sorrow In hi Heep clearly and concisely. Keep /,
Mrs. Wall.Following gives prizes to Junior High School. Clara Flume. Louanna Harvey ; to another, a graceful statue; to meat of everyone heart for Agnes and bar father was a forger and cheat and bad ]I',>
Per- Hartman Gloria Johns, i cathedral. Beauty Soon his. wedding. day rolled amnestied even himself In his .'
this, Frances Over- The winners there were Mrs. Lorraine another a noble Then Peggotty opened th. door ,'
eet played "Prelude Number kins' eight grade (first prize) with Doris Strickland GeraldIne Till ; Is almost always associated Laughing and crying at one, around and be and Dora mad Wlckfleld machination to sign Hap document bad caused ot Importance Mr. .

ven.' by Chopin and the Male 91.9 per cent average and Mrs. man Irene Yarbrough Sidney i with It. Art stands for those scarcely knowing what aba was doIng their residence at Hlgbgate.In in of a thereby ...porln.bJm.. 1 i
little spite
cottage. )
'urtet (Charles Fender, Donald Andersons' eighth grade (second ;rifle. Doris Sllcox. Mellie Sllcox, things which are the creations of *h* embraced David ferventlyMr Dora'charming. child-Ilk helplessness about self to draw out trust monies. He

Rae, Sidney Hershfield and I prize) with an 8304 per cent av and Nellie Willie man and not of nature. In the Oummldg now dipped out everything, they; ...r. blissfully; had given this proceeding the appearance "
neon Phillips) threw the audle erage. The prizes will be the sameas words of of Ruskin "art" Is the and returned with a tray bearing happy until the evening Aunt Betsy of having originated In

- (in an uproar with two com- 1 received by the senior high. Seventh Grade work of the whole spirit of man. some mug of ale. and Mr. Dick earn to dinner. Mr WlekAeld'. dishonesty had

1( numbers, "Believe Me, Those I The average for the rest of the Billy Jacknon Doris Crews Art has grown to be one of the Later. In the enchanted glare of them the a..U.b"8t..rtortb as bow Then everything went wrong used to control this. power and torture over him him.ever sine .

tearing Young Charms and "A Junior High classes are: Margaret Lowrey Alice Peterson, needs of the human race and basso after hour he sang them romantic Th roast was burnt on one aid,
sdicament. Mrs.,Walls' ninth withdrew since Juanlta Barefoot Vernon Dyal; widened that It now Includes Spanish and Italian song Every' the oyster; were unopened and the Uriah now rushed to the sat.and 'I;

rhe Faculty "Trio composed',oft they had won several prizes. Irene Goodge, Mary Jane Judd, practically all of the Industries now and than his eye would meat cook was In a drunken stupor. "Where frantically are the flung book.open T. Som.Its door thief

Demorest Miss Jacobs. ands Mr..Beasleys ninth 74.4 percent Elise Maples Emmett Ferryman that require skill in handiwork.The those of Em'lye and h* seemed tc Finally, David, exasperated and ha* stolen the book," he screamed.But >'

Wall (accompanied at the Miss Mlddleton's seventh 82.31 Tommy Rltch. Ralph Rhodes and art that In my hobby ia be singing only to her humiliated, spoke sharply to Dora. In a moment more b* real- ,

no by Mr. Benson); now render : per cent. ; W. S. Rivers. painting or rather drawing I A few day.. later David was at Tb tear welled In her eye and teed bow complete wa* his defeat. '::1

a number, "Autumn Lullaby.". Mrs, Demorest's seevnth 70.8 have been taughfart In school and house the open H.window lowered of hi the* tel Peggotty.seop.dlsappolnt.dly. she flew out the door. Mleawber bad opened the sate i |

[Tie high,' spot of. the ,program, per cent. '. e$.. Sixth Grade expect to continue with this work .. Aunt Betsy patted his shoulder" sarller that morning and turned the {
ne naxt-3'In:; Old Florida.". A Better luck to the losers this Ferol Jones Frankie Ritch Louse whn'I am out'of school. It Is.a "Ob Mr. ateerforth's; safe enough." Tou must have patlene* David books over to David. Then, threat |
t 'Stern, Snookey Corpenlng hobby and may comeh on'&. she chided him gently. "Remember ened with prison Brisk turned over n
written by Jessie Mae Bran month. very good Dan assured him "I'm sure n.'. delleat and her ha-Jth needsguarding. l
'. (twelfth grade)history stud- : Mary Lorraine Stockwell, Frances- handy' sometime.. A real sailor he's become, Mass .* all bond the and papers keys,of flunking-partnership like, the a }
>I. This TWEEDLEDUM Dverstreet Grace Dew, Helen I -*> Davy and what a fln* friendly
life portrayed life In BEEZLEBUM & David nodded sorrowfully. "Ob, whipped dog, be departed from that ..tl
ride aa It was in the early days Professor of Knowledge fowling, Gladys Johnson. Luther I MY HOBBY Young gentleman b' Is.than finished re*, my poor pet-rm often an.". house forever a sorry figure .. b* '.Iihambled
our set Profs. canon, Irvin Tillman Billy Grit- By June SmithI H. bad no more i]
republic. 'The stage waa Dear David to the door. lose about her. through tbs door.
resemble an old pioneer cabin., Can youtell me the number of ris, Leonard Smith Edward have a mania for keeping oldutters. wh.n"What'Ham antics called?" Dan stood silhouetted Soon after that.'Peggotty entered Son week later,a much happier .i f

n the first scene the family was tons of coal shipped out of the Barnes Jack Halle. Lewis Staring I have been known to la the doorway the household and everything group now, they wer all assembled ..
rklng and discussing the possl- United States In: any given year? Melvin Wiggins. Alma Johns keep one letter for two years, for They entered the house again, seemed to straighten Itself outmagically the pier to see the Mlcawber '{I
ty: of having a square dance Tours Carolyn Keen Vera Manning Em- 10 reason at all,'except that the and In the midst of a deathly But one day she bunt off to Australia for which trip *J

ch they wanted to give and fin- Joe Grtffls. saline Morgan Ruby Sllcox Alta handwriting was pretty. I never ,allenc with Dan staring agonlsedly, la en him highly agitated.'' Bm'ly David bad given. Mleawber sum ,flUlcawber |

they decided to give It thet Smith Julia. WInkler. '-read a letter ,though. In my David read Emly letter to Ham had been found. of money ,,
t night. Dear Joe: closet; are old stationery boxes aloud. "You that I have wronged, David lost. no Urn In hurrying to BOW stepped forward to 4 t i]
Grade with old let. love sor-eon* else that will be Dan Peggwtty."Twas tile rail of tb* boat with a bold .
he second scene shows the Yes 1492, none.Dlctlonarlly Fifth Jr. Died to overflowing true to you and worthy of you In Naples by tb* sea buccaneering air. "Enough of d..- ,.,;
ceo The couples danced to the Yours Enos Hayes Othma Haynes, ers.Often Tell Uncle that I never loved him There h* wearied of her and left appointment b* orated. "Enough "
''Ic of a string band., This parthe Profs. Beezlebum & Tweedledum rreeman Register Jacqueline An- I say I am going to weed half so dear a* now" b.,," Dan' face was bard with of limited means!" II* pointed to ,t ,
program was ao good that it rows, Carrie Bell Bennett Dorothy out the ones that hold no special There's a man upectd. Who wrath. H* paused a _nd. "On the open sea "1.0 to conquer a I:
to make an encore to appease 1 Dear Profs: I I Green Rivers Hundley, Dor- .ilgnlflcanc for me. But I find U It?" Dan demanded harshly' thing Maa'r Davy.... heavy oa my new country. In abort, I am profoundly {

noisy audience.fter i Did you ever see a place any reIa Johns Shirley Morgan. Ger- hat I simply can't part with a one ".....r Davy" Ham said "It ain't Bind. TIs Ham. H* was cut deep confident that In the not
Selma Thornton. fault of jrour'n and rm far from and tat are for his. life. Sir would far distant future something very' i'
a few announcements by ''oggier' than London? It so where. Mine Silcox.. ''of< them. no ?
The different types of bandwrlt-, laying of It to you but the man t* you go to Yarmouth aa soon as maybe splendid will turn up. Farewell my c 1
Gray the pupils went back tor 'was It.? Steerforth." and bear word to him to her friends Teo-heave ho!" '"
Classen. Yours truly.A. Fourth Grade Inl' fascinates me. The way this
Dan sank to a chair hla head In :, him u.T"David And walking along the Dover
Joe Andrews. George Flynn dots his "I's". The way this
.'.W Anderson. boy
; bis hands and sobbed while David nodded, quickly realisms cliff that afternoon. David and
'Immie Grlffls, Sara Barefoot makes capital ".'.". It all .
SOCIETY girl watched him wltb a feeling of complete Ute danger. Agnes could be seen close together.They ,
Usses I Dorothy Sapp and Louise Dear A.' W. Gloria Buford. Ida Lulu Davis shows something- what, I do not. desolation and futility. Oa pta way to Yarmouth that stopped a moment beneath

<"r and Joe Edwards attended We have seen a place foggier tetty Hordenbrook Dorothy'l a. yet know. Autumn passed Into winter and night there was a strong wind and lbs sunset. s

Lambda Chi Fraternity dance ban London but It was so foggy bhna. Alvertln Johns Patsy Certain types of letters reveal Aunt Betsy and Agnes were look- threatening storm clouds. At the "1 must speak plal"lyIi......." ),
'alnesvUle night.onald .. we don't know where It was. ten, Katherine Kinlaw. Barbara bat the writer Is a Jealous type of lag. at David's fret published story.while bash a schooner In dltra could David said earnestly "I must tell
coach b out to the tonn-tod sea
waited for tb* sees
Pitts tentera week-end Dlctlonarlly Yours sow. Clarice Thomas, Richard arson, or one with a sweet forglVinl roe I went away loving you. T
driven toward tb halt
that was bringing bias tber on a aa It was .
>lag (in Gainesville. rofa., Beeclebum Tweedledum ackson, Nina Bishop and Doris ( disposition. J.believe each vttt."I. submerged rocks.. Hayed away loving :you I returnedm h t
( i .A __iMrs. Mae> Gaffney. line and mark reveals something .. loving you
sees MartU Hemingway and think I know why ...* om- Oaly tb* cete survive1 remahudto a
ce Arwood motored to St. Aug- Carouse Hoffman, of New ot a person's character.I lag Ague Oh I'v dreamed that ....... slinging .. tIM wreckage Agnes' reply; wa. barely a whlspar. .
I Ihandwrltlnp.
Third Grade have wanted to study for his Ills."Wkeewr loved you all say Wf*.
oldest always -
ne Sunday.: fork, 103, Is said to be the yew and b* id"rYe r
las VDgnon 'Sliaoa spent the erson to vote In the last prealdenlal Donald Bagwell Joe English* and be abler to ana ,|t Th doorbell cast, and Dave lie bA I'll try" Ham 1 ijf.THBKMD .'

end III Waldo. elect1oa.'llj: Olba Whit. Byron Brantley, Mar- 11M' to the nth degree 'hashed -I*. Thar...were_stN11Mst. -Irla/--.ups-.-..&7.,-Hs---r+"tttted.-Sa...at-- ... -n:err

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-- !Miss\ Clarice Gill Presbyterian Auxiliary Elect Woman's Club Mrs. Inman Elected State Representative ,;I;;;,

Entertains At Party Officers for New Year Elects New OfficersThe State Representative tlonal Convention whi, ., ,
held in New I
ii I Miss Clarice GUI entertained a New officers were Installed at annual business and eocli: To National Convention Mrs. Inman has en bee.. ,'110 if'II
ocictrA of the Ladlua'. Auxiliary ot meeting of the Woman's Club oStake with the (nenigl
number of her friends Friday evening meeting Mrs Vonda E. Inman, state Woodmen ChI, i ,
called to order by the< vulk(L, I
at was
the First Presbyterian Church several ,
at the home of her brothei Woodmen Circle auditor, who with years anhit! ;erv
: in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs J the home of Mrs W. A, Stern President Mrs Edward Burns, on Miss Gladys Williams, representative the capacity as dl .,. 1' ,
13, man
Wednesday afternoon, March &
Tuesday afternoon.- and state auditor 'i .
D. Doyle. and ", ,
from the Starke Grove, attended
, u, Mra. G. H. Lowry acted as secretary served J1!
Spring blossoms artistically arranged Devotional exercises: consisted< aa Guardian ""I ,III"
;" Woodmen Invited Epworth League Gives In baskets and bowls were of song, scripture reading, and' protein, the State Woodmen Circle Grove She hUll a host "?i Sta

;1 ; To Attend ServiceThe Program At ChurchThe used' to decorate the living and prayers for both Home and Foreign Mrs H, H. Young announced! Convention in Orlando the first of here and throughout thl ( 1111t
dining rooms of this home, where Missionaries selected for the that a number of club books, which i this week, was honored at the will bo pleased to : encltt'e" *''
Starke Camp of the Wood Epworth League had chargeof : the young folks spent an enjoyable day. The fourth chapter of Mrs. had been out for quite, a while was I convention when she was elected ulatlona. "onlP'1':

men of tho World, will attend the the evening service at the Methodist evening playing games Robert Spear'-book) "Lord, Teachus wanted very much.

night service at the Methodist Church Sunday, and the following Mlsa Gill assisted by Mrs. Doyle to Pray," was ably given by Mrs Levy Canova announced) =-

Church next Sunday.All program was given: refreshment to the Mrs. G H. Lowry. In the absence the State Federation of Music '
served course
W, O. W. members- are urg- Song-By All. guests, who were: of the secretary Mrs W. A. Scott Clubs would meet In Sarasota, : The Best Of
ed to attend this service and the Prayer by the pastor, Rev Mont recorded the minute of the meet March... Mrs. Lowry said that ; ,

pastor, Rev. B. M. Montgomery especially gomery. Misses Frances Hemingway, ing. Mrs. R. S. Fernandez' report, the next Music Study class wouldbe
4 c urges all the Church members Song. June Whitfield, Wilier Mae Thorn- as retiring treasurer, showed all! held at the home of Mrs E. L, The Better
> ton Annie Mae Thornton, Ella Beers
?i to be present Offertory. bills paid and a small balance on Biggs, Friday afternoon at 3:30:
RltclI Maude Gllanon, Alma Thornton,
Vocal aolo-Jamea \
ly hand. Twenty questions from the o'clock.
P. T. A. Notice Play, "Today and Tomorrow' Mildred Warren. Ethel and Moore Hancel and< Psalms were answered by the ladies Mrs A. Z. Adkins and Mrs. O. ON DRAFT and IN BOTTLES
y I With Jenua". Characters: Today, Mrs. Jerry Moore the Bible Quiz,
ju} The regular meeting of ther' Mia Kitty Hogued; Tomorrow, Dampier, Tom Welsh, Paul Raymond and present the Book during of Psalms will De L. Beasley were annual elected Federation as dele-lit' Kitty's Lunch Pioneer Service
Katie Past, Miss Hazel George Raymond. Tommie gates to the
Starke Parent-Teacher Association Miss Fugate;
finished at the meeting.
Voice 1, A. W Anderson April Melbourne, March 10-23. rp (SINCLAIR SERVICE I Station
1 will be held at the High School Adkins; Forsyth.
G. H splendid
Dr. Lowry a
gave Mrs. H. B. McLendon and Mrs. STATION) It. J. ANDREUS
auditorium next Wednesday afternoon Jr.; Voice 2, Woodfln which jn,
resume of Japan's history, L. D. Vining wero elected alter- 233 Temple N. of Court;
March 20, at three o'clock. Halle. Ave.STAIIKK
Mrs. Rennolds Entertains.A was introductory' to this year': nate
All patrons of the school are Song-By All. The books already se- delegates. .2
urged to attend. Repeating Lord's Prayer. jolly old fashioned tacky par program. Officers and Department Chair- -
4p' lected for discussion are: Japan
The Prayer of Confession. ty was given Tuesday evening ot men gave thilr: annual reports, allot
and Her People. Japanese Women
". -,-" WJILI '- Cloning Song.Benediction. last week by Mrs. L. A. Rennolds, Speak, SuzuXf" bttoka at Japan, which were unusually' good. GRANDMOTHER'S!
it her home on South Walnut and The Nominating Committee pre. Freuli-Plain or 8Iil.dBREAD
World Tides in the Far East,
RITZ THEATRE Kendrick Street, in honor of Mrs. R. T. Bell Gold Mountain the latter will bi scntcd the following names for offices -
i Miss Promoted ;
of Chicago and her sinter, Mrs. t. reviewed at the home of Mrs. J. In the coming year:

8TARKK!:, FLORIDA K. Deudon of Elgin 111. Also a H. Klnlaw: next month. We were President-Mra. A, Z. AdUlns. "
daughter handkerchief shower for
: I surprise i happy to greet Mra. K. G. Duncan Vlce-Pres-Mrs. O. L. Beasley.
mother Mrs. Elizabeth I
the hostess' -
PROGRAMBEGINNING who has been employed for the as a new member of our church, Secretary-Mrs. II. C. Rltch.
Johns. who had reached her '
past year an secretary to O. O. which automatically makes her n Treasurer: --Mrs. L. D. Vining. 110018oz.: 2toz.V., \Mi'l Iq i|)-oi

"i FRIDAY Register, who Is In charge of the eighty-eighth birthday.The member of the Auxiliary. Mrs E They were unanimously elected [STA/1+SND 6c 8c lOc 8c
1 FKRA activities here, left Wednesday !- lower floor of the home was M. Davis was presented with a Mrs. L. G. Powell, chairman ol Ins
FRIDAY, MARCH. I5TII for Ocala where she has ncccpted beautifully decorated In white and copper vase as a token of love and] the American Home Departmenthad HEARTH RYE or CRACKED WHEtl

"BRIGHT EYES" a position as secretary to green-wild sweet myrtle and narcissus esteem, for her three years' work charge of the following pro- [}[VVHCB S.c 16-oz.: I oat 80

4 Shirley Temple-.lamp* Dunn the District FERA Administrator, being used Mrs. Johns was as President of the organization .gram:
R. 1<1. McDonald, whose headquarters presented with a large birthdaycake The new President assigned Solo: Hills: of Home-By Mr. -
SATURDAY, MARCH OTII are In that city carried by little Louise written duties to the following John Powell. NEW LOW REGL'LAK PRICES:! 1 1COFFEE

"; "Shadow Ranch" Miss Leila Dea Andrews, has Sterns and Betty Turner. Jerome officers and chairmen; President,, Solos, Coming Home and Tiny

iJ Duck Jones accepted the position hero left va- Johns and Bobble Turner then pre- : Mrs. W A. Stern; Vice-Preaide.t,, :Finger Prints-By Mrs. R. J. Da- I
) sented a basket filled with attractive -
cant by Miss Kendrick and reported : Mrs. H. H. Young Secretary, Mrs via.

BUN.-MON., MAI 17-18 for work Monday, Miss Kendrick handkerchiefs. J. H. Kinlaw; Treasurer, Mrs. E. Dr. George H. Lowry made f\ I
Mrs William M. Norris won the Peoples' Coun- address on the "American FRESHLY ROASTED!-FRESHLY GROUND!
Fannie Ilursta'"Imitation ( has a host of friend hero M. Davis;( Young splendid
of and elsewhere who will learn with ladles prize for wearing the most selor, Mrs G. H. Lowry; Secretaryfor Home" in which he stressed EIGHT O'CLOCK ICED CIRCLE BOKAR
Interest of her promotion. comical costume, and Mr? John Literature. Mrs. W A, Bon- every one_ owning his own home "Mild and Mellow" 'Rich, full bodied' 'Vlgorous-1lhiey'lb. I

g Colbert Morgan won the prize for the men. ham; ,Secretary for Missionary when possible; exterior beautification 19c lb. 21c lb. 25c
?ls WarrenVllllnm One feature of the evening was a I i, Education, Mrs. 'O. E. Stansbury; and beauty within, materiallyand .
r, Roi-helln IIudHon tap dance by Mr. JImmie Simmons Secretary for Stewardship, Mrs. T. in spirit. "
;14 Ned Spark NO MATTER and little Betty Turner. N. Kendrick; Secretary for National The hostesses: : Mesdames O. L. DIXIE CltYS'rAL-Flne.t Granulated

NEWS AND COMEDY Mrs. Rennolds served'refresh- Missions and Overseas Hos- Beasley, Donald MacQueeu J. M.
TUES.-WED., MARCH, 10-20. ments to forty-five' guests, those pital Sewing; Mrs. 'John Uglow; Mitchell, L. A. Rennolda, A., J, SUGAR 5 lb. Paper bag" 24IONA
Whet Time of Day You Call on from out-of-town being Mr, and Flower Committee, Mrs N. B. Thomas, T. Frank Landrum, Jean-

"Flirtation Walk" UIt, You're !Sure To Find 8om Mrs. A. M. Pettit and daughter, Hull Mrs.,J. M. Mitchell, and Mrs.T ette Kincaid, Miss Lucile Mitchell -- -- --
If Ruby Heeler-Dick Powell thing Good To Tempt Your Appetite Miss Mlntle, Mrs A. J.- WIlliamsand S. Will lams.,, and Miss Ruby Lllley served delicious -rluin or Self-Klalng .
h Pat O'Brien AtHALL'S son, Charles, and.11s11\ Rltta Mesdames N. B. Hull and W. A.. congealed fruit salad, saltines O-Ib. Sic 12-lb. Sk. 2o&ISk/ 43-Ib.

Fowler, all of Alachun Stern were hostesses for the aft- and tea to club members at the FLOUR 25c 47c 87 $1.73
'T'IUUS.FICI.IAIt.! Zl-28: +--- ernoon, and were assisted in serv- close of the meeting. .

4 "BABOONA"Mr PLACENear O. E..S. NoticeThe ing by Mrs. W. A Scott. + FINEST SHORTENING IIb.Ctn- 4-lb. Ctn.- 8-11) ('In

Mra. Martin Johnson regular meeting of the Junior Music .club Meets VV. O. W. Notice COMPOUND 14c SSe $l.OJ

V" also Ulonne Quintuplet I Seaboard Starke Chapter Order o; ,Eastern Starke Woodmen of the World
.- '-- .. station'J The Junior Music Club of Starke _
41 ;: ,, Star, will be held at 'the Chapter will attend the evening service at --
room Monday night,. March 18,.at met at the Presbyterian Manse the Methodist! Church Sunday !MARY ANN-
seven-thirty o'clock. last Wednesday afternoon at three- night, March 17 in a body. All
&,r HELPS HELPS": o'clock for their regular 10 Pounds 24
; :Masonic night will be observedat members and their families are in-

; fl< PREVENTc oLOS SHORTEN A COLD _- i this meeting and all members of twice-a-month meeting.The vited and members will meet at ___ ____ __ _.
'+tl VICKS VA-TRO-NOL ..VICKS VAPORUB. ",...::, ,:-. Bradford Lodge* flp. rS: are invited club president luring, the brief the: W. O. W, hall at seven o'clockp. WINNER ROCK GROUND
-- president
+ A n y ORC.pt u IACX Notniii .IUer.ulesrxloatrse Cltm I to be present, ; ; Lowry, .-The Club decid- m. sharp and march from thereto '
business meeting;
Eva GRITS 10 Pounds 30e
Anderson, Secy.Edna .
x ; .Hart W, ,M. ed that when answering the roll the church. 'A ,full attendanceIs
call each member answer by earning urged. -
.1 ti some part of the piano. Juanita CHOCOLATE CREAM DROPS
n t r'V'S
v,neow.l OPEN DAY AND.NIGHTHALE'S' Barefoot, corresponding secretary, CANDY Per Pound 9c
was Instructed to order one hun .
dred copies of the National junior IONA BRAND
music club song. TOMATOES 3 No. 2 Cans 25clOc

The rhythm band accompanied' COLD STREAM
pockogo '' ON ROAD THIRTEEN Mrs. L. A. Canova '
S at the piano by
full loads in wch Yldu PINK SALMON Tall Can
practiced several pieces, some'

e..r.r....................e..e I of which they will give when they NUTLEY OLEO Per Pound 15c
FEEL I play for the Woman's Club at Its FINEST DRIED
: ([want to go out and I'm strongll! I have meeting in April. L.I I NAVY BEANS Per Pound 5e
= The Club was glad to have E. w w
play.: ...but I ,have to stay no rips 'cause I'm "ALL WQRfi OUT ? Coopers a new member, which 8UNNYFIELD

f L'nl and get sewed' sewed with Get Rid of Poisons That brings the total membership to StocOnsurance CORN FLAKES 8-oz. pkg. 7c|

4 __ twenty-four. Scrap books of composers SCOTT TOILET TISSUE 2 Rolls ISc
l ',J. & P. COATS I Make You'111 and their lives are being I

? et a constant backache keepingyou made by these young folks.DuggerWheeless ha_Mil 10.-----Ie, Is,_ UaU* o rtlfte. WALDORF TOILET TISSUE 4 Rolls 17c|
t best 6-cord thread ..*
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Io + -I-- .
miserable? Do you Butter .. uIasuuw.rte. *Mld.fca -- n
burning, scanty or too frequent
urination; attacks of dizziness, >..... Arw lawn- -...... m
rheumatic pains, swollen feet and Mrs. H. J. Dugger announcesthe _...w.., awl n.,ma.-.te.w APRICOTS Large No. 21/ 15c|
... ... i can
ankles? Do you feel tired, nervousall engagement' of her daughter, .........p... 'Le,' .I..t. .dabI.,1 ..xenuM
unstrung? Nealle, to R. F. Wheeleaa, formerly ,...rd. tom a..t t.
beip 70a Delirious an a dessert or served In fruit salads
Then give some thought to your connected with; the Macclenny -'w -
kidneys. Be BUI'S they function I Motor Company. The wedding will
properly, for functional kidney die, take Friday, March 15th.: -- 1Y.w Ie___d.Ia doe ooAHAROLD DEL l\fONTE-LuMclou", Yellow Cling (Halved)
order permits poisons to stay In i place ,
i the blood and upset the whole aye, 'Baker Co. Press, Macclenny. C. WALL PEACHES Lse. No. 2W Can ld?(
tem.Use I The marriage of Miss Dugger INSURANCE
Doan't Pills,, lioan't'are for and Mr.\ Wheeloss which takes
i the kidneys, only. They help tho place today In Macclenny: will be STAKKB. FLORIDA WHITE HOUSE -.
I kidneys cleanse the blood of health of Interest to friends here of Mr.
I destroying. poisonous wunte. Ooon't who has recently accepted -
4 I I pill the world are over.used Get and them recommended from any a position here as book /NERVI Saq-) MILK{ 3 Baby Cans 9c

THREAD t_ .d I druggist.DQAN'S'. keeper for the Torode Chevrolet

pF Company.. + ......... GELATIN!: UEQSEUr or CHOCOLATE PUDDING

o.erNOea..eeueeeer.eeseerrrrNr PILLS Trees In Bloom 25t
e/earsrr SPARKLE
--- -- -- ..- -- -- Beautify Starke LawnsAt GPkgs.

the residence of Col. and r


l.r Street. three beautiful,, dogwood ON ,
.r trees are now in full bloom. ,-

PTHAWBEURY GROWERS AND SHIPPERS: LAXATIVE These trees which are literally HEINZ SOUp' 2 Cans 25c

Loading charges on Pint Crates of strawberries this covered with their white blossomsare EXCEPT CLAM CHOWDER A CONSOMME! :

,I ,Reason will be 3c per crate, salt 2c per crate precooling .a spoonIt a glimpse a beautiful of them sight this to time see of, and the ,hrs. *at HEINZ KETCHUP 2 Small Bots. 25c;

4, 2c per crate. Will ship on consignment to A. T. Conard year should encourage the plantingof HEINZ CHILI SAUCE Bottle 23c:

,& Bra N. Y. They guarantee top prices for strawberries. Isn't what brand of laxative you more of them in Starke. Heinz BAKED BEANS 3 16-oz 25c''
; I guarantee to deliver your berries consigned take that's so important-it'* the The red bud tree, which Is also cans
a form. A liquid laxative can be takenin seldom seen In Starke, Is another HEINZ'' TOMATO JUICE 2 Cans l5c
et them,in their store in New, York for $1.20 per pint cratepaying any required amount. 11 only u

yk for detention and precooling out of my own pock btUe 11'needed, you need never- take blooming beautiful for tree the that past sis has week-i.been UP TO your Mn fo wort: HEINZ FRESHCUCUMBER

et. If prefer doing buy first crates a bit too much. n.rv aft high t8n. PICKLES 2ScA
you so your any Doctors favor the easily measured At the Epperson residence on every oa. Jar
where you please, ship with me to my commission liquid laxatives. Instead of any form South Walnut, Street the Bare. No and wonder bark at yon the sna children.> at tile wife

house and 1 will credit you for crates as shipped ,and that from the does fixed not dose.encourage A fixed dose variation may'be foot residence'on Call Street, and W.t e II out! Overworked Fancy Cooking or Eating &P Finest Creamery

have commission house deduct 30 cents each. an overdose for you-or your at the high school grounds three rTM may lead to Sl..p..... \\lne-tap Tub or Print
child of these trees, with their pretty MM, Nerron Headache NJr*.<- APPLES Lb. 5c
y We Sell Crates of 36 Pint Variety As Follows: I Always remember this one thin rink blossom. having been attracting WM Indication and a bon of BUTTER lb''&
f about constipation th* secret ,/'q/i/| : the attention of Starke- .thor unpleasant& dlatgrbannaa Celery Stalk 8c
l'crate and 36 cups for 31 cents; 10 crates and 360 cups real relief "is reduced dotage. {tea. Way tVt.m.ea Dr. Mfla*
for 20 crates' and 720 for $6.60 30 crates and Give the bowels only an much helpas Nart.. TabUtat
$3.35; cups ; Another beautiful flower, the wild Lettuce Head 8c
may bo 'needed, and less help ai Just on* in a half glass af NUCOAb.21t! (
s+' 1080\ cups for $9.75; 50 crates and 1800 cups for $16.00: the need prows less. You wlillind Or yellow Jn min', '"la' also now In full star _II.. a pUaaant. parka -

100 crates and 3600 cups for $31501000; crates and 36- Cnldwell's Syrup Pepsin an excellent bloom, and at the Ray residence on drink d.li htfully oothmc StrlnejIeiM
000 cups for 31000. aid in regulating the bowels. It con Walnut Street and the Knight to over-taxed nerroi. BEANS, Lb. 7'/2c Whole MilkCHEESE
tams scans and cascara (natural residence on Call Street two of Dr. JI.Dee8 NenIM.de la now
WILL APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS!' AND DO MY! BEST TO laxative) and it will rlear-up any these: btiHhe.v" are now blooming -. hi two forma Liquid mod Fancy IkZRath'n $
SAVE YOU MONEY. >, A bilious, sliiftiish! condition without which also attracts the pl\s ersby. Efforrvaeoat Tablet. Both.havath LEMONS doz 17c
rfn upset Delightful taste and pleasant earns soothing effoet. ,
action. Your druggist baa it. The dogwood and red .bud trees ; 1.M at rill'l'rI.4.
as well aa the wild yellow JaimlneHI I ywf ngNERVII rtesM U. S. No. Maine Irish Cedar Valley

J. L. HARRELL Mgr.LAWTEY grow wild!and can be found In ( M'' t
n = ae any of the nearby swamps. It Potatoes 10 lbs 12c HAMS lb.17
i ii l? 11 'f )< lltDD : :
+ LOADING SHIPPING CO. seems a pity that with so many ,
LAWTEYILA. ILSYRUP PEPSIN of these bo-iutlful wild flowers and ( )
i ., bushes nearby that there are not TIlE GREAT ATLANTIC & PACIFIC TEA COMPA- I
more of them growing in Starke.

kl ,Ij:>j",".."." 'if.1\; \;'!.i.i" ( .\"l"1\ : /, r.r'3 I, ;' : '':'';,H6 j !'ki't.:? .Py, r-;;ir.n.X.X.r ,_.7A:'1!'r awt kj.o'I: ,< "k I}"h..l'.ailaria'' : ;dr'ir "R'ekL, ''". ,'.{,,'.;'.'r.'i'\-Ij" : t' : ,,n.c'M".,.L'!I\! ., _\ ,;' d,<"".p+vUo.n., '.. H '.

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_ --- : Mr. and Mrs. W. L, Wall, A. E.I'I YOUNG GRANDMOTHER COST OF LIVING 1 aren, a decrease of on' pe ,

Wall, Sr., and Mrs J. E. Wilson ;NAT I SEZ: [m. FORT PIERCEMrs.. Leo lIer. I JACKSONVILLE An FERAL I Interesting' however was the
were in Madison last Tuesday at- fact that comparatively food prices
tending the funeral of Mrs. E. S, :I ahoy who once claimed tho distinction survey of living costs in the state are sixteen per cent higher in MIami y
Bits ojLocal Armstrong II I Well, the whole i?'lUll try la waitIng of being the youngest grandmother recently released by Julius F. than in Pensacola 12 per cent
for relief while Huey Long in America, Is celebratingher Stona discloses tint: in tho terri higher than Jacksonville and nine
filibusters- rather fullablusters. silvertwentyfifthweddinganniversnry tory west of the Chatlnhouchee per cent higher than Tampa
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Canova and I' Huey says he's River food prices were slightly .. ... (,
although her birthdaycake ------------- ---------
Nev. Mrs E. E. Canova were in Gainesville 1 going to talk holds lower In January than In December
only thirty-eight candles
Sunday afternoon visiting Mr. II until he gets his Mrs. Hershey was married or November In the district
and Mrs. J. J. Canova and Mr. and own about from there east to Jacksonville
OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND way when she was thirteen years of age FREE AIR SHOWT11111.F'Iti.
CONCERNING :Mrs F. A. Canova. things, which I % and a year later her first daughterwas costs remained the same In tho ] }

PROGRESS OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWN puts, him in a ,i/ born. The daughter married southwest Tampa Kt. Myers an ..S,1 T..MI:Y.
Mrs. R. T. Bell and Mrs. L E. I class with some a when she was!! fourteen and a year increase' three per cent Is shown
Deudon, have returned to their of our wlvesthey've later :Mrs. Hershey became a 'and in southeast Florida: Miami ,

homes fh Elgin, Illinois, after a beenconductlog grandmother, at 29 years of age.TUAI.N I __ I STUNT FLYING '
,' I .
: filibusters -
two month's visit here with Mr. I -- --- '
J Irs W A. Stern was a visitor i Mrs. G. W. Roberts and Mrs. W. and Mrs. John Uglow. for t R' KCHKIU'LENoutlibound:
E. Torode of Lawtey, were visitors
[Jacksonville Friday. I I years and didn'tknow TA
here Wednesday., afternoon. It. No 1Due Stance:: 11:01: P. M BOMB DROPPINGOther
of Gainesville, was Mr and Mrs E J. Dowling and I wouldn'twish 1 No. 11-Du StarkO 11:23: A. lit.
P Roberts children, and Mr. and Mrs. B. C. No 107- -Due Starke
here Thursday. T. N. Kendrick and daughter, him any hard luck, but I do 0:42: A. M. ,
laltor Gerald motored to Jacksonville No, 101 Duo Starke
Miss Estelle, and Angelo Carbone wish that bomb somebody 'mailed 10:27: P. M.
Wiggins of the State Farm were visitors to Ocala Saturday. Sunday afternoon where they at- I Huey would have exploded so ", Northbound
.eo here Monday. tended the horse races. I close to him that he wouldn't have No 2- -Due Starke 5.08: P. M
H a visitor I No 12-.Due Staiko 4:00: P. M
been able to say a word for six I
-Colson. of Brooker, was Angelo Carbone left Wednesdayfor Mr. and Mrs. C. S. McCormack months. I don't mind folks talk : No. 108--Due Starke 0:58: P. M ; ,
;esalo his home In after Starke ,
Chicago en- And "'annN.UrnJ1C'h
but I like for them to talk
here Sunday. have been guests of Mr. and ing ,
,ling friends two month's visit here. No. 101-Leaves .
joying a | Starke 7:00: .AlItI
about something important. For |
Mrs. John Uglow for several days
U. (II Carroll of Floral City, was Louis Torruclla of Jacksonville, enioute from a visit In Miami to example, I let's talk/ about the newthings |,No. 102-Arrives Starke 1 -50 P.lj \! J 2 Persons for $1.00

to Starke Saturday. their home in St. Charles, Ill in Spring wearing apparel. iIItv ii '
visitor was here Sunday visiting his pa. i Eat More Of U. .
Throu h
I TAKE KllM'H: IRON TONIC Merrh.ii.iitM' 'ourt<> y '
rents, Mr. and :Mrs. L. Torruella. You !Seen OurNew !
of Brooker, was a .'UI I K11KIIMATISM.INOHiKS'lION: : All Kinds At the Curd At : ,
A u Green Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Mills and I I
ine's( visitor here Monday.. Mr and Mrs. B. c. Gerald of daughter Elizabeth, of Jacksonville Spring Shoes I AlHo use Mini'shlto Oil <
For I.ixlic : l STARKE'SNEW '
Williston, were here Sunday visit. spent Sunday In Starke visiting Liniment for F'lu mill MAGNOLIAFISH i
,u- and Mrs. L G. Powell were ing Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowllng. Mrs. Mills' brother-in-law and $1.98 and $2.95 I I rnt-umonia. '
ton, to Jacksonville Friday. sister, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Flume. I ASK VOl'H UJr..U..EUI! MARKET AIRPORT 1
-.- -- You Cannot llvutMunsinswear .
Mesdames W. B, Mundy, Jr., ,
charles Imbach was attending tom M. Wimberly and A, F. Sauls, were Mrs G. H.: Lowry, Mrs. G, W. Hosiery ,, 1 i

Jf In Jacksonville Friday. visitors to Jacksonville Thursday.Mrs. Alderman, Mrs. L. A. Canova and Fur Looks mill Wear >I \\1> :R: .nJ 1m !5 'I"; ; 1
T J. Alderman were in Jacksonville {I
.1 s Norman, of Lawtey, was Tommy Lane, of Gaines Friday evening where they ,79c and $1.00 i. PUKE N A 5 W 0 R THY 5 COIl'OCNtl'
Hiding to business here Monday attended the Josef Hoffman re
I ville, was In Starke last week visiting '
"0 SI>t'clalll.tIn
her mother, Mrs:, P, J. Pearce cital.
V A Stern was attending: to -- Shoes For KidsAnd LARD P I P TO. i

,lncjs In Jacksonville Thursday. .Mr. and Mrs C. L. Dickinson Mrs. G. H. Lowry and daughter Fit Them Correctly LARD '

were vll>lUng at the home of J. J, Margaret Mrs. L A. Canova and 98c to $2.45MATERIALS
:less Mina Manassa spent, last Zclglor at Thcressa Saturday eve- Juanita Barefoot, were In Gruneivlllo : GROCERY I1' ,
friends In Atlanta, Ga. i '+ .
with where they
ck ning. Monday.evenlng St.w KprlnuMEERSUCitEI/ Pound FINE FOODSSPECIAL 4Lbs. '
attended the Claude Murpbrce recital. ( ,
1 ii L, Patten Is spending the Dr. E. L. Biggs spent the first !-

ok visiting relatives in Eustls. of the week in Jacksonville attending 15c PRICES ,
the Southeastern Surgical Congress C. I. Imbach Mrs William 39c, 49c, 59c 55c
:alias Olive Dell of Gainesville, Brooker and daughter, Elaine, and FRIDAY & SATURDAY, MAR. 15.16 |"
tit visiting friends here Mon- Mrs L. Smith of Green Cove New SpringWASH: ;::1

V Miss Beatrice Bullen spent the Springs, were In Starke Tuesday TIES I I1"orI1"11 \,/
Mr. and Mrs Charles Im- PORK A I'KAS ..1N1)BEANS /f
week-end In Daytona Beach visit- visiting ..
Miss! Beatrice Miner of Lawtey, ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. .t. bach.
13 n visitor here Monday after- Bullen. 3 For $1 16-oz.can 5c CARROTS No. 2 can l IOe t

Mrs. O. W.
on.i. Mrs J. W. White,
Mrs. Jeanette Kincald spent the White, Misses Etholln, Dorothy, And 1 Htlll nay that It pays to DIXIE C'KYSTAL (Cloth Hack) I.NCV1101.11 illlAIN ,{i r1}

r. C Robinson and son, Kldredge, weekend In Tampa the guest of and Carol White and Olin White, I buy litSTERNBERG'SI- SUGAR 51b. 25c RICE 5 Lbs. 22c t
Apopka, were visitors here But her parents, Mr. and Mrs A. C. Jr., spent Thursday in Feinandlna !
tay Durden. where they visited Rev.-and Mrs gI
Laurie G. Ray.

\V M. Bryan has been seriouslyfor Miss Perle Manning of Jacksonville Starke. Floridaw PEACHES No. 2V 17c FLOUR 29c ';1
week at his home Marshall can
tho past spent the week-end here with Mr. and Mrs. Twyman e .

ar Starke. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. and Edwin Silvernail, of Jackson W Page of Jacksonville, GOLDKN' A41K' SI'AdllRTII or ( OU) LAUI.H 12-OE. Can
in Starke with week-end hero with Mrs.
Manning.Mr. ville, spent Sunday spent the
Miss Noreen Hicks spent the Mr. Marshall's and Mr. Silver- Page and their son, Billy, who are MACARONI 5c BAKING POWDER lOc \
st of the jVeek In Jacksonville and Mrs. R. J. Davis and nail's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
lh friends. R. M. Sparkman. W II. Struth.
daughters, Ida Lula and Marjorie SKI.I.ICKS DKIICIOUH ritKSII FLA. CANE
Tues- ---- ;
Judge and Mrs. A. V. Long of day were afternoon.Mrs.visitors to. Jacksonville: Clerk of the Court A. J. Thomas, George C. White, of Tallahassee, SYRUP Gal 50cF.N'Y ; 1
SYRUP ( Bottle 20c
nsacola, were visiting relatives Sheriff W. J. Epperson, R. F. De- was here a short time Saturday Qt. .i

Starke Friday.The W. P. Randall and childrenof morest, L. D. Vining and Repre- afternoon enroute to Lakeland, .
Jacksonville, were here_Tuesday sentative Charley E. Johns, were where he waa tone of the honor I FULL PACK.B.NO.x: CANH" EVAPORATED ':;
W. C. T, U. will meet this visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs among those attending the Straw- guests at the Fiftieth Anniversary I PEACHES Lbso
c-k with Mrs. W. P. Smith on. J. M. Alvarez. berry Festival In Plant City last Jubilee Fete Southern College. TOMATOES 25c ? 5cJr.U"OItATEU ,
iday at 3:30: p. m. week. I Mr. White Is a former student of ,
Mr, and Mrs C. R. Kennedy: and Southern. I DRIED KVATOICATKI: ?IZ!!
C. Wesley Larson of Keystone children, of Jacksonville, were Jfrs.! Ruth Courtney and Mrs. S. '
fights, was a visitor to Starke here Sunday visiting :Mr. and Mrs R. Ottborn have returned from a MISSION HALL I PRUNES 2 Lbs. 15c 1 APPLES 2 Lbs. 25c {, I
DeLand and
mdny afternoon.Mrs Paul Canova, Jr. visit in Crescent City, The faithful attendance on the h
.._- Daytona Beach. In Daytona they study of God's Word on Tuesday 4

James Lewis and Miss Mel- J. C. Manning spent the week- were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. evening, through rain and cold, "
Silcox 1 spent Wednesday after- end in Wlldwood visiting his son- Frank Thoman, former'Starke residents was a silent expression of thanks Potatoes f
Im In Gainesville. in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs.L. of the people for the blessing of Flour
W. Strickland. the much needed showers. A good
(n L, Geiger of Green Coverings Miss Helen Bryce of Bryceville, testimony meeting In which almost -i I ,'.

was attending to businessre Mr. and Mrs. Harry Maeger and was a guest lust week of Mrs. Hul- every one present took a part 10 Pounds lOc 61b 25c 12 Ib 45c 24 Ib 87c
| Monday afternoon. son, Sherrlll of Jacksonville, were da: Ccrprnlng( at her residence on was a feature of the evening. This ; ;
guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Walnut Street. Miss Bryce was in addition\ to the study of 2nd ,. i
I Rev. and Mrs C. B. Price and George B. Flynn. accompanied home by Mrs. Cor- Kings 4:38-30: --"Death In The "
I,Wren were visitors to Jack- pening who spent the week-end as Pot" made an Interesting hour I is.xnv SI.KMILK IOn SIZE I'Af'KAdEMATCHES '

luville Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. E. B. Wells and Mr. and< her guest. The singing conducted by W, A. r 3 Cans lOc 1 2 1 1SclUEDOW
Mrs. W. H. Biggs of Lawtey, were Scott was unusually good and! Pkgs.
visitors here Thursday morning Mrs. L. E. Moseley and daugh- brought forth,some new talent.
[ Beatrice, Lillian and I GROVE FULL CKILVM TKNDKIt: : HIJUAIt G'
;FAT A ran enroute to Gainesville. ters Minces The Three D's studied a 8hol.ttime I
Edna Mae, and son, L. E. Jr. spent since will be joined by three CHEESE 25c
I Lb. CORN No. 2 Can 12cIKL
Wlldwood visiting &
Mrs. M, C. Stith and sons, of the week-end in more equally Important on next
COLUMNR Jacksonville, spent the weekendin Mrs. Moseley's brother-in-law Tuesday evening Learn about > "
Starke with her parents, Mr. and sister, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. them at the Mission Hall. CKRAWEItrBUTTER IKL MONTE' TENDER 3

) SALE-80 acre Improvedfarm and Mrs. H. L Brownlee.Dr. Strickland., A special anniversary meeting, '
Lb. 37c
near Starke, known as commemorating the opening of the No. 2 Can 19c
1m- I
mny Brook. Some furniture, and Mrs. Bryant S. Carrollof The Woman's Missionary Socie- Mission two years ago, will be "
mcnta. This is one of the best Jacksonville, spent the week- ty of the Methodist Church will held April 2nd. SWIFT' M'NDUY; CAMAY ,

ms lance In easy.county.Owner Only $625 7600 down N.W.H 3t-,. end mother In ,Starke Mrs, F.with H. Mrs.Long.Carroll's at meet thre Monday S'clock afternoon, at the church, March Dnvotlonal 13-, SOAP 5 Bars lOc SOAP 3 Bars 15c ,:

Court. Miami. Fla. service will be led by Mrs.

WANTED for Rawlelgh I Mrs. H. C. Wimberly of High- A. Wood will be and presided the business over by meeting UM. \\RHTRItN ROUND HEAL IIAKI IIKAI I-KFTUCK. OH
week here "
IAN for of hustler.800 ,families.We train Good and with land, her spent son-in-law part'of last and daughter, president, Mrs. W E. Mlddleton. !'t ? STEAK/ Lb. 23c CELERY Ea. 'k

Dept.you. FAC-223-SA2 Write today. Memphis Rawlelgh, I Mr. and Mrs. N. T., Green. Mr. MBi J, BM Walter M K MH Zelgler HMMH HW of Miami 7',4c .

with the Pan' WESTERN::
Inn.7RNISHED. The Junior Music Club of Starke who employed I .tIlSII-Not Too Ripe 10
will meet' next Wednesday alter- American Airways recently visited -
OR Unfurnished noon. March: 20, at three o'clockat his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. J. R Chuck Roast Lb. 19c TOMATOES? 12'A' ,
apartment for rent, reasonable the Presbyterian Manse. Zeigler at There sl: enroute to San .
i s. Have some household goods, Francisco, California, where he nin HEAL FIIKHIIBEANS :T'

oIl and plows for sale. See,Mrs. :Mr. and Mrs. A H. Green and will be stationed for several weeks,
R. Oaborn 701 N. Walnut. Mrs. W. M. Wimberly and daugh- later. he will go to Honolulu, Hawaii. STEW\ BEEF Lb. ,12 /c Lb. 7/c! r

.ALEAIi: Special Notice To ter Freddie, were visitors to Green ..
(Members! of Garden Club and Cove Springs Saturday afternoon.. HKEAKFAST YELLOW '{

Mr hers! home Interested grounds In : beautifying Branched, Mrs. L. F, Dinkins- and little IF YOUR BACON Lb. 32e ONIONS Lb.6c v

\\ll-rooted daughter, Jo Ann of Lawtey spent
lavender Indian For- with Mrs. Dinkins' nY I
"fa Azalea plant B-B $1.60 doz. Tuesday BREATH HASA LONG IIOKN U'INKHAP EATINOAPPLES
and Mrs. O. A, An-
'Is variety Is a' fast and ,
grower f
ties a show. Come over and dreu. CHEESE Lb. 25c Doz. 20c

u the SMELL YOU ..
J55 year old bush in bloom. Mrs. H. A. Durden and little DON'T KOKOETGASSETT'S '
itors always welcome. Belvere Betty Jo, of Madison FANCY PICNIC GOLDEN IttPRBANANAS

,!dress'., J.Azalea,S.Waldo.C.'Co".ina Nursery Fla, Prop.Earleton P.ItT O.*, are den'daughter guests parents this, Mr.week and of Mrs.Mrs. J.Dur-H. CAN'T FEEL WELL HAMS Lb. 2Ie 4 Lbs. 19c

RItch.. Wb.s. twt ton much, ear food dean
:>::! STRAYED or ,.lolen-one our bow.l& Oar triad* mruM tbJ. BIO CONTEST WALK r
iron gray mare, about five years Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, Sr., has tad d._,bn. vovitliff.. w.out f*.f..our th.mouth poI_*nd Wes'. I G'
'I. Weighed about 700 pounds been enjoying a two week's visit i.mtr all ovor *ur body. It tamkmmno o
1 branded with H on left hind In Miami the guest of her son-ln- -". SYM..kr tad ......* urtfcJ...., Wesson Oil Pt. 22c
..... tIIo foooI d.o.ll.Ib.Do '
and Mrs. D. Wi..t' \
>gh. Write M. A, Strickland, law and daughter, Mr, loo ..aeb. our MJW Win A Bicycle
"tVllle, Fla, 'Reward. It* T. Clarke. man'dte..t I It. What to UM til* Jurist ,
It !. UM weal dlnMln Jule* In wu
body. ..:* Dew o( U .r .tar from I
CALLING CARDS, any size, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Moore of .ir .H r Into ear b l v.ry d r, -
00 for BO $1.50 for 100. Mono- Mrs. .J. H. Mid aw'O .PBMIfWUd tt.d ,\i Store C'h._ II Senhorn' nOVA
; St. Augustine and .% .f..riuo immed stationery 100 sheets Ralford. were here rr'ntll all .*is
Ritch, Sr.. of .w..l.l This 4 My RulesSTART '
'I I 100 envelopes $2.75. Bradford afternoon visiting Mrs.A bell ..wr ob ........ For HEAL' BRAND DATED
Saturday b..N I TEA Desserts
Wkn'var oM UdbM
unty Telegraph. Phone 29. tf. H. Green. ( v* do.'t frlaadaU>>> U4 w. (... Uk. w Ul>p.4hnmt .I t

FFICE SUPPLIES: Typewrit- The business and program meeting :_..UpUIo.w.don't Get tl nM tIIo n MautbwMll MnK... T.ks w c.Utile .Ink.../. I Pkg. 17c 3 Pkgs. 19c CUr FEE e. Lb. e. 29c

ribbons bon adding machine ribbons. of the,Baptist W. M. U; will ..... ., Mla..s. Bat.Hr..esrHrak.t..r' NOWContest
paper, .. d..t tor It" is
typewriter paper.
ling machine second be held at the church Monday afternoon L ..kn.r... rl poX ...... NASWORTHY'S TIP TOP GROCERYKRAIroItD
paper Moid IbO IVOtMOlht
Circle ftOVtfc .
o'clock. looMM
eta on sale at the Bradfordty at three OMB* D iDll* 1i.. Carter* L atM, Clone April 27 _
Three will have charge of the pro- U or Nh by MM ooJ m* .*.. ..* ,
Telegraph office.. Phone .. .......,.. GtMd*Q..IL.Ca.
tf gram._

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1 and playgrounds, game preserves, It1, In .Mx'YSQa-ree.. --t'-'..' ,..' """ onuicn JVOTIC12NOTICE OP prni.M-vrio'v'1'0 APP..JAII : described ford County properly, Florida oKuii', .' I ..'1(
iI and similar uses. ) la hereby1riven to Morton tlon of East Hair HI rilym"
D. Uleott and wife, Harriett' N. Ol- Quarter of Hmitlisant o, ...
The results of such a survey cott, whose place; of residence. la South of Starke should be a fundamental and valuable Cannntota. New York, thnt the Federal lie Head Section :2.1.V 1 Po.
Land Hank of Columbia, a corporal Houth, Itange 23 Bunt., ,' IO ,
I FARMERS SECTION asset to home-seekers, tax as LIVE STATE NEWSNews Ion, has lied a Dill of ComplaInt aoren. I!
sensors, farmers.' teachers, engi BgHln you In the Circuit The assessment. of ,,,,
Court of Bradford County, Florida, I unp,
under the Maid certlfd-nt" n
nee r s, investigators, foresters, .
v In Chancery, to foreolotiu a "(ort- In the name of J. A. lion r a Yt'
Florida in Short
of Paragraphs
Conducted by Demonstration Agents bank ers, realtors, colonization gage coverlnir the following 01'i;
,. land lying and being In .
deemed according to -.It-
agencies, land appraisers, rehabili- ? ,;
Bradford County, Florida, to-wltl will isMle "d.'*'
t the
tation agents and others. They 'Y. UvwInnlnR' at the Northeast cor.n..r of March. A. D.1935 r.t th 4.ADUtl986his "

would have a profound economic I .,_ _...h -.- ._ 22, TownnMp of SWI4 of S South NBU of Bane Section 22East : 11th. day .r, H 1 '
? -- ---- -- 'brull
tl lll'Mls* -- -- -- I as well as social influence, and:! thence run 26 2-8
rod, A. J. THOMAS.
rod thence Houth 60
Amazed would help to shape the development AGAINST LIQUOR SALESTALLAHASSEELeon BOARD HAS PROGRAM thence Wont. 53 1-8 rods to West Clerk of Circuit c ,rt
Lee RURAL I of Florida's rural communities County,, TALLAHASSEE: Tie:! state line of fald quarter section, Bradford COUIUVOHDKIl 1"I"dt

, I That So Few In the future. They should home of the State Capitol and the Planning Board has recommendec South thence line South of Maid twenty quarter rods Section to- J.III.lit.a.

. l COMMON SENSE 1 lead to a gradual and profitable Florida State College for Women, to Washington expenditure ot; ; thence Kant 80 rods to East eta'NOTICE HIIU.M-VI' ( .\\\i;
Have Applied line of said quarter nwotlon: AI'I'l' CHNOTICB
rearrangement of cropping systems voted against sale of intoxicating more than a quarter of a bllllor thence North 80 rod to point of :
-- y..nsroJINSONECONOIIO ; and colonization programs.The liquors In a local option election dollars on 2290 Public Works employment beginningWe..t 3ot N'V'4 : mond Crosby In and hereby wife rive, r. , ' of of Section 22, Township JI.'"
, Expressing amazement whey I federal government would held last week., projects in Florida. The 6 South tl.ljJ'4 Range S3 East, and con- way Crosby, that The Fed. < .,.a1 L.
4 4'> shown reports indicating that only : AND SOCIAL cooperate in such\ a venture to the actual cost of the improvements, talnlnMT" 60 acres more and or each lens.THEREFORE .of has Bank flied of a Columbia Bill of C''nlul, a"c 'pur.qu A

G one-half as many applications BENEFIT SHOULD FOLLOWADAPTED extent of bearing one-half the cost, EXTENSION URGDTAMPALegislation according to figures announced bj named In thin Notice are hereby YOU In the CircuIt ('our' .' re1N 8"4-

have been filed for homestead exemption USE OF LANDS which should not be excessively extending the planning board, would be $280.- required to Appear to. the. said. to ford foreclose County. a Florida MartRnK h,, 1In..1)
a* were expected, State Hill of Complaint no filed Hsralnntyou VOrl,
high! 449,439.41. the let. of April, 1035 the tollowlnad..crl; j irlu,
homestead tax exemption to home on day
J. M. Lee has asked watr-'erywhere but and being In Bradford Count,
Comptroller Water, at the Court house In Starke, Florida ; rlw-
newspapers to urge every man and not a drop to drink. The plight of owners, who are not heads of families TOFORESTOCALA : otherwise, a Decree Pro Con- Ida, to-wlti I
was recommended by the ex ADD f".Ho will be entered against you The Southeast quarter .tk.
i woman "who wants home exemp- the shipwrecked mariner is no Farmers Must Be and each of you for failure to aiOni >- west quarter of Section .a...
Immediately ecutive committee of the State Tax Announcement from ship S South, Range ,
tion or other exemptions to go worse than that of the man who Is p..or.IT '',,'
tax asse"- In Good Shape Assessors' Association meeting Washington that the Forest Reservation IS >ERED that thin Noticebe containing acres. '
to the county and is surrounded by
hungry yet published once a week for tour Thereforo, you and l en. '
nor and fill out the official application food. The fact that there has been I Debt Man Thinks here. Commission has approved consecutive weeps In the ItradrordCounty named In this NnU..e" ,''y.'r.,
blank for exemption." poverty and privation in the midst .' an addition to the Ocala National general Telegraph circulation a newspaper In Brad required to Appear to tin id. "n''''
: of Complaint It<> B"I. '
'. "There Is so, much confusion cf plenty has served to focus attention SIIOLTZ WILLING Forest of 200,000 to 300OOacre\ fOrtl01uSn1.y: r on the let day of April :''I ?''?I
. "Bradford County farmers must disclosed that the addition will : of February' 1935. Court house In "Hint-he. Fir ?
that I want to stress upon those on efforts to establish a KEY WEST--J30V.. Dave Sholtz A. J. THOMAS. ..rwla.I\. Decree Pro Con 01.,
be In pretty good shape, J. H, i make this forest the largest In Clerk' Circuit Court, ,,*.1'b. .!
h I who own homes they should file permanent, profitable agricultureIn has offered ten sponsor) before the entered against ,
Campbell, field man for the Flor- of the most ex- Bradford County, Florida. failure to
Florida and one of you, for '
ef what the United States. :Florida as session of the
their claim' regardless anyone ,Spring: Legislature 3-U-&t..8-U
f ida Farm Debt Adjustment Com- South. It will IT IS ORDERED that .
tensive in the give onr.be
.. says, and I urge Florida'shome are the other forty-seven states, I any legislation desired by California published once a. wee) fuuconsecutive ,
mission, said last week In com- 'a KOTICH OK APPLICATIONP'Vt'r.tx
this of the State major national -
I f: owners to give the assessor Is! Interested in these endeavors. movie producers as a condition part 0"1":11 weeks In tin :!ufn.]
I, every bit of Information possible, One plan.being pushed in recent menting on the few applications of their moving to Florida, provided recreational area. NOTICE IS HEREBY t11VEN County Ins- Tol"lfraphj Illton"a neWHp i V|., uut, )h.,.
for adjustment received from here. That C. B. Johns, holder of Tax Certificate -
will be able to take advantage of It does not discriminate against t- County, Florida.
;1:' so that he months is the wise utilization in Starke for No. BUS, tth day of September. .
Mr. Campbell was A. 1>. 1032, has filed said cer.tlflcate This 16 day of February
ri: of any possible legal open1" and. Realization at last has come the purpose of calling on local other business WAIT FOR ROOSEVELT In my office and made application A. J. THOMAS,
Ing that may later develop to permit that land which should be grow members of the organization. MIAMI-The> Yacht Nourmahal, for tax deed to issue thereon Clerk Circuit Cou ',
\' him to grant the application. ing pines is not always best suited on which President Roosevelt will In accordance with law. SaId I-trndford County r" rid.
SURPRISED MAMA the following 2-22-5t--S-M
1" A that efforts be certificate embraces
j To this end I am requesting tax to the production of citrus plea special cruise and fish in Bahaman waters,, -
MIAMI-Cecil Gamble, 14, suc-
made at this time to save from .
.!' assessors to accept every application trees: or of corn or vegetables. The I. ceeded in "surprising" his mother arrived Sunday from the British .
foreclosure Florida farms and
regardless of the present undemanding land right across the road mightbe West Indies. Vincent Astor, own-
I when he pointed a new pistolat
affected the DIRECTORS
'I ;, of the law, and to file fine for one or more of these groves seriously by her and the er of the yacht Mrs. Astor, Mr. FUNERAL
recent freeze has been made
( for later consideration any that purposes. It Is obvious that the by Mrs. Estelle Gamble, 35, shot in and Mrs. James Roosevelt, and a uur Many Year Experience Makes It Possible for Ua to Render
Governor Dave Sholtz Mr
1,1, may not be eligible at this particular man who farms across the road Is bell said. the neck, was reported resting party of friends are aboard. The EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
u, time," the Comptroller said going to come out better than the In "I Nourmahal Is expected to anchor MODERATE PRICES
easily today a hospital.
4S* The'exemption Is f controversial. one who is attempting to till the The plea was Issued during a thought it was empty," Cecil wept, here until the President arrives DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY
, Judges do not agree, and good unsuited acres. meeting of leaders In farm debt late this month or early in April. STARKE. FLORIDA

1 lawyers vary In their opinions. But how, you ask, Is the averageman I conciliation work held recently in BANDIT GETS $150 .

fq"-q Home owners should not be mislead to know about the adaptability the office of the Florida body in MIAMI-A lone bandit took a PICK FAMILIES _
' Tallahassee, which Mr. Campbell -
,J! by the> controversy. Every. pf soils to crops unless he $"50 payroll from a hotel mana- TAMPA-Selection of twenty-
attended of
4 one should apply for all the exemption the on those soils and as representative hundreds
t grows crops thle district. ger In view' of the passing five Hillsborough County
\ i' desired."Legislators witnesses their success or failure at Miami Beach. The victim be the first residents of the new For Expert RepairingSmith's

, .., are already studying That Is where the soils specialist "Many farmers and growers of the robbery was B. Hyman, FERA farm home colony being de-

\f the matter, planning to clarifythe can be of valuable service. By I II I whose crops this year would have who was confronted by the ban- veloped in East Hillsborough

' ;' homestead amendment, and no I studying or "surveying" the soils ,I produced sufficient' revenue to dit as he left the Mercantile Na- County by the Rural Rehabilitation -

r one knows just how broad this new he can classify them as to type provide a living and to meet mortgage tional bank., Administration, was announced -

[ ;,l' legislation will be. Therefore, all and to possible uses. In fact, : payments are now without by R. J. Dill, FERA District GaragePhone
.who hope for, or desire exemption, many of the soils of Florida and means to carry on," the governor HAS HIGH COST Administrator. The families will
il other states already have been said.. "There Is, of course, the mat- Auditor
;\! should apply. move on-the land as soon as homesare
; "I am hopeful the broadest posBlble classified by types, but not by ter of their immediate needs, but Bryan Willis has reported that constructed for them. 120
&. in addition of them face
And the need exists fora many
uses. so maintained
}., .Interpretation will be given roductlce> departments .
the legislature. comprehensive soil and land use foreclosure. I ask you to give at the Raiford state prison for
the amendment by SUMMER SCHOOL DIVIDED
it\\i The people voted for home exemption survey of Florida. these people special consideration, supplying, feed, foodstuffs and GAINESVILLE: Designed to Wrecker Service Day or Night I
for entitled to bit
-. and I believe the 1935 legislature Such a survey would lay the they are every" hoes had operating costs of $92- offer an enlarged educational opportunity .
of assistance lend. /
we can
J!, will give them just that. foundation for a scientific I 521.96 more In 1932 and 1933 than to the teachers and

"And not only am I Interested in Lion of the state's lands UtlIlZa-,1, Applications for assistance In, would have'been required to buy young men and women of the

i the homestead exemption. but I In ate a large number of Bradford County are now being the products in the open market. State, the twenty-sixth annual THIS COUPON GOOD FOR 25 CENTSAT
and failures which received the local committee
disappointments by ,
,711 am desirous that all the tax payers Summer session of the University
of Florida. including thou- occur every year. It would de- members of which are H. L. BIG CIGAR LOSS of Florida will embrace two separate -

', sands who rent their homes, who termine the relative values of the Brownlee, N. Sternberg, Dr. E, L. QUINCY-One, million cigars terms, the first of six weeks, CANOVA PHARMACY

1 are entitled to other con tltutlon- different, soils for crops, forests, Biggs, Geo. A. Gardner.. went up In smoke here ,yesterday opening June 17 and concludingJuly

y, fll or statutory exemptions should pasture, and .range lands .parks. I'" .... ., .. when ,the Hlgdou ,Cigar Factory 26, and the second of five STARKE
llavO""them.' I want'very widow PERIOD FOR'SIGNING Caught nnr. Jf eudd,*manager weeks, beginning July 29 and clos- Present this Coupon and 75c and receive one full'size $1.00 bottle

,)r with dependents to have her. ex- lence provides for this Information. CORN IIOO CONTRACTS of the factory, estimated the loss ing August 30.DEPEND of

jemptlon.; I want every disabled "This job of getting your tax CLOSES ON MARCH 23 at ;2 ,OOO.? Theblale'started in +
veteran to have his exemption. I exemption-all that the law allowsIs the attic of the"factory. It' was ON TEACIIERS California Stomach Tablets

want every head of a family to an important job for every tax brought under control by local GAINESVILLE- Two thousand Ulcerated Stomach Dyspepsia Heart
,have his $500 personal property payer interested, and Is of sufficient GAINESVILLE-The taking of firemen before It spread to, adjoining Florida school teachers, during Recommended for ,
corn and hog adjustment contractsfor burn Acid Dyspepsia Gassiness and IndigestionSold
'exemption. I want every person ; Importance that it should be property. 1932-33, were the sole support of ,
i [disabled by misfortune to have the well done. To this end I pledge the 1935 in Florida will be closedon twice their number ,and in addi- on an absolute guarantee. If not satisfied with results In 30
of this officeto March'23, according to an an- CARD PLAYERS LOSE return to us and will be refunded.
-z legal exemption..' To this end the hearty co-operation tion gave help to three times their days, money
which the all home owners and taxpayers. nouncement by officials of the MIAMI BEACH-Abruptly Interrupting -
; in
W, official questionnaire number, it was revealed today CALIFORNIA TABLET CO.
& tax assessor has for your conven- "If I could talk personally with State Agricultural Extension Ser- a hotel card game, five a report by Dr. Arthur R.. Mead,
very home owner in the state" vice who are handling that work. bandits took more than $1,000 Incash director of the P. K. Yonge Laboratory ATLANTA LOS ANGELES

'' the comptroller concluded, "my This state's report will be sent to i from seven players, and a School of the Uunlverslty of

Newk Kidneys parting suggestion would be: 'ap- Washington before the end.. of the diamond ring valued at $1,000 by Florida, acting as chairman of a
and to month It is said. its Police reported only
right owner.
ply now prove your committee of the Florida Education
Iff yog could' ....d. your t>..I..t.ed. tirwj u>* exemption, beyond the wildest Growers who desire to sign or to three victims were willing to list
3; fcnr Klilnnysi to* pew pnv. you would tuto- studying teachers' dependents.
_deailrat rid.Z Night' tretch cf the imagination and be obtain Information about the corn their names and.'-losses. and that -- HOTEL LEAMINGTON"Miami's

r}, _A.Idlty_. .BhtIaaJ_, "" gffir.aitor'eeiwei within the safety zone of any judicial and bog contracts are urged to but meager descriptions of the GANGSTER GIRLSJACKSONVILLEDolores

i err..,..nunntsed [ 1eI ev..Np.. determination that may be get In touch with their county : bandits, disguised by colored sunglasses De- Most Popular Hotel"
y N M.II.Y II iiari")agm.as ..-.....' N uMaagyj$4 Aa.d of this matter'," farm agents without delay. I could be _obtalned. laney and Wynona Burdette, the

J w girls Alvin Karpls left behind him *

I when he escaped from a police NE 1st Street at Biscayne Boulevard

trap In Atlantic City, N, J., were in
the county Jail here today. Well Overlooking Bayfront Park & Biscayne Bay

? federal agents, they
Wl rkK btlR'M r rwa ai Jr..aa..w1.a. 'ifs A fca 'NdAr were guarded taken by secretly from their jail Opposite Union Bus Station

cells atop the Dade County court
house in Miami yesterday and

brought here by train. Just as
Lowest Rates Ever Quoted
quietly they were locked up in the

Duval County jail.TUNO .

OIL. MILLGAINESVILLEThe Single Room with. Bath --------------M---- $1.30

Double Room With Bath .,_ 2.00
first tung --------- T--------
j q5 oil mill In the world, and the only .
one now in operation, has begun Its ,

i iI alx-week task of grinding out approximately -

-L four tanks of Florida ....
w produced oil for the American OPpO/yqA .....,
,< v s'G markets. The plant has a capacity \
sufficient to take care of 10,000 uR fa
L M sOC'4
: acres of bearing trees. Approxi- ?S a
mately two tanks of oil have been

> pressed out and shipped from the srs
4 i r m local plant since the beginning of 1

the infant Industry. in this State. 65-1aUMENtALls1 tr i

; CLEARWATER Florida Fed-
ti lllMtratodt IWToa PaiMt Track (t)3f) Whwlbau) -
eration of Labor is opposed to general -
sales taxes and occupational
1'r' 1 MEN who study haulage cost especially designed'to give sustained licenses In Florida, while It fa.

Truck owners that Chevrolet trucks pulling power and to keep vors a program of nine months

''l} are as outstanding in economy and on working under the hard punishment free school adequately financed by

durability aa they are in price. of road and 'load. Feature the state and with teachers protected

Chevrolet trucks handle tough that assure stamina and long life so they cannot be discharged / 1.

know economyTHAT'S hauling job day after day at are evident in every detail of the without a hearing. Delegates /
to the annual state labor convention -
small operating coat because they precision-engineered chasm. Chevrolet approved this legislative program -

} are built to Chevrolet own high trucks offer maximwn capac here and picked Orlando for

WHY THEY 'standards of quality) in every part. tyeconomyandqualitybecauMThe next year's convention at the final fi

,l powerful six-cylinder valve- Chevrolet is the world' largest tension of the 1935 conference Ir / ,

!1; in-head engine. 'are truck motor, builder of trucks .
BUY CHEVROLET CHEVROLET MOTOR instrumentalists and 25 vocalists..
'd "'" (ire In the city's history last week of
Canprse(7waofie'sloedrlilwvdprk.aw.JasyGJLA.C.arrtM.A ( i.dMasagVets,
blending to produce interpretations
razed the Sunshine Lumber and

lu* Supply Company plant causing achieved
popular melodies never before
TRUCKS: damage estimated at 60000. Fan-

.. CHEVROLET TRUCKS ned by a stiff wind the blase, be- in radio. Directed by Frank Black

ieved to have started from a grass

r World's Lowest PricesToro'de (destroyed Friday (WJAX),, 10M I' *
And Over
R!* 1 e ki it OV TI M NT
E- '*; lumber and most of the com- WOrk of NBC
pany's building supplies and' qoipment. > '

tr Chevrolet Co. Nearby buildings. Includingwo STARKE CQCA-COLA

; warehouses and a dwelling e*

I' eupled; by H.- Daniels, were de- BOTTLING CO.

STARKE. FLORIDA itroyed. Starke, ..... Tek'l'ltolMt


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DIRECTORY I entrusted with work If i

\tJi& BEHIND L available for them.FLORIDA'S ,1,1'

ReV First C.pptlrt U J'rlee Church, Pastorunday the I I The Story of the Bibb) Told in Pictured TAX ';:'i

School- .]0:00: a m I 'I
)1< cnl government exceeds
Worshlp-ll:00 s m. The "IiiMlilr ..t .
analog N Yi.h ,irorglu! has three times I
: p. m. !alai CmiltulNews.
"l, P m.vcnln" 11 ta.'ly 1stg I' tn pepu;at
: p.
'Worsblp-1:30 Wed E Gooigla has throe" tmiei i 'I
eacher's Training Or CUCAH JoHvsorand : ber of counties One \ : ,

lay at 7'00:: p. m. Servce-7:30, : ( KKNTWATSON: S Florida's excessive local I
id.Week prayer mental cost Is the heavy '

debt of the averagernlt \ ;
ou\ ,are invited to all our sere PETER O. KNIGHT. of Tam 4 units aro saddled with a ', i

; pa, recently wrote friends to the debt of close to $ I !

SlethouisTchurch effect that peopleare "tired of being the carrying charges on r

Pastor. governed" predicting that unless when added to the actual
M Montgomery, I there Is end to ;'
,ev B an unwarrant local government pushes ,
uD day SchOol-10 a. m. I ed Interferance with business and are to a high point In I!

lorning Worshlp-11 a. m. the activities of the people "con with neighbor states

worth League-6'4R p. m.vening ditions will bo worse In this country : :

"Qrsblp-7.30 p. m. one year from now than at THERE ARE THOSE
invited to all these aervFrs. present and the Democratic I I ,
-00 are party : Hove that the question of
will get a worse licking than In tax will be among the I

terlan Church 1920, if possible." Knight sug- the measured likely to tie I. ;

>) Minister gested that If It were possible for legislature ., Others i

v George H. Lowry the legislature to provide for bo liquor Still others I t )

'). a m -Sabbath School. propriations to carry ap-I' that the mutter and \ t
1:So A M Morning Worship;; years and then adjourn .k financing school needs *

mon bY the pastor happy, contented people we 4 vide the real '
Junior. Christian, En- have, and such a 4 0c4 :
30 p m prosperous that all other questions
van try" Tampa's first citizen of c4 merely incidental to a i "

,30 p m ,Evening Worship. 1934 expressed an abhorance to 4 the school problem q

any new boards, bureaus or com islators who have Depart,1,1.
first (hrlMlon Church missions--vouchsafed that the creation 4f e selves are of the opinion ;,

Rev( \\' T. !McGuIre, tutor of any state planning board : :: be no $10,500,000 f
would in tact be' the establishment t V demanded by school t
School, 10 a. m. c
iblo of a "nuisance" board He i \ '
11 a. m.
ommunlon said that our forefathers left the Ruth house and senate F
Endeavor, p. m.riyer ,
hrlstlan! Wednesday 7:30: old world to get away from "be 6w are pending much time
meeting ing governed and planned for" i in conference with their i

11 Private opinion of at least some of r constituents on the subject \ I
Second Sunday yl,
reaching the recipients of such letters Is ., Islutlon. Belief Is that t
uml 8 p. m_ that Knight views with alarm the vastly greater desire! on :;

EWOOIl'TIST CIIURCII possibility of the expansion of Jesus Tempted br tb. D..il.-"Then was Jesus led up of the Spirit Into the wilderness to be tempted jf members to ascertain ; I
(1. Hemingway, Pastor powers to the state railroad commission of the devil. And when the tempter came to Him he said If Thou be the Son of Cod command that these os of the citizen groups on ;
iieL.( Sunday. Bible to regulate rates of light stones be made bread. But He answered and said, it la written, man shall not live by bread alone but by versial prospective ;

ervlces every Wor- and power companies, that this can every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of God. Then the devil taketh Him up into the holy city, sn<1 1ictteth ever before In most ;
idy 10:15: a. m Morning ,, be best prevented by a blanket Him on a pinnacle of the temple. And taith unto Him, If Thou be the Son of God, cast Thysali) members will come to ; ;

p, 11 II. m. Evening Worship campaign to continue the status- down; for it Is written, He shall give Ills angels concerning Thee. Jesus said unto him, It is written again, with a fuller appreciation I

13 p. m. quo aa to boards, bureaus and com- thou shalt not tempt the Lord thy God. Again, the devil taketh Him up into an exceeding high mountain, wishes of tax-payera than t
tfou are Invited to all these servE missions and their respective pow and she-weth Him all the kingdoms of the world, and the glory of them; and saith unto Him all thestf fore the case, even

ers and duties Power and light things will I give Thee If Thou wilt fall down and warship me. Then saith Jesus unto him. Get thee hence, stances the solon may be ; i

rate regulation Is now left to the Satan t for It is written, thou shalt worship the Lord thy God, and him only shalt thou serve."-Matthe* actuated by his own !
from Merlan's of the Bible in pictures engraved In 1625-1630.
local units of Government. :4:_1-11. This illustration Is story conclusions
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JONES THE STATEMENT may be Clay and Baker, population 178- lion appreciate that in the lust MO\IN IAYTALLAiiAS&EEThin

categorically denied, it has leaked 010, four judges. \ session a number drawing pay I

On Here out that one member of the facul- District No. 6-Union, Gllchrlst Jldu't care whether they showed ng day for seven or eight f}
.11 up for work or not. They were of- ,f the State government
ty of the State College for Womenat Alachua Putnam and Bradford
And Hereafter Tallahassee refused to endorse population 73,000, one judge ten relatives of senators or members nay for the April 2 ;; )1
J of the house. Others who did Legislature, all (' ,(I
to the> voters of Leon
an appeal
District No. 7-St. Johns, Flug-
he writer has Just returnedm County to vote dry March 5 and ler, Volusla Brevard and Indian not show up regularly and were copying legislative ;}
difficult -
I consclencloua about It found it rooms on the third floor
Trotter's Bible Confer thereby hold Inviolate a pledge River, population 83.006,
m I
to and earn
busy office
\ keep Into
ing space
Mich. He made by the city fathers twenty- '
ee In Grand Rapids judges (Grouped because of similarity )
their : stipend. ,
$5 or $6 per day Is scattered
s there eight days and spoke on five years ago that If the college of Interests as coastal counties Others were too Incompetent to bo The Conservation f
conference program twice aWhile shbuld be located at Tallahassee,, ). I city.

Y. In Grand Rapids it was the licensed sale of liquor would District No 8-Lake, Levy, Marion ,,<

great privilege to shake bands 1 never be permitted in the county Sumter and Citrus, population
th thirty-two people who told Reason said to have been given
60,711, one judge.
they were converted In my real was that he was against Hypoc-
District No. Semlnole, Orange
In the city of Grand Rapids racy, could not reconcile "wet-
and Osceola, 102332 ,
khteen years ago. Of the thirty.o drinking" members of the faculty population I
[( who shook hands with me, lending their names to an appeal' two judges. :
lee are successful ministers of under the circumstances of their I District No. 10-Polk, Highlands acs a4.I

e gospel. This is most slgnlfl- individual "liberalism" The appeal Hardee and DeSoto, popula- ,
tion 100.338 2 "
nt for two reasons. First, people went out over the signaturesof '
I you that revivals do not abide. President Conradi] and Business District No. Hlllsborough.

cond, at the close of the Grand Manager Kellum, and no Informed population 153,519: three judges

plds revival eighteen years ago observer doubts In the least but (now has two). J
District No. 12-Hernando, Pinellaa
leading minister preached a ser-I that the instrument played Import ,
Pasco, population 77,071
i'n against the meeting and callIt antly In keeping the capital city .
Pinellas and Pasco
mob psychology and said and county In the state in the dry two judges. ( )
present circuit has three judges)
there would be no lasting re- column.
District No. Okeechobee I
Iit It Is a great joy to travel I
Martin, St. Lucle and /o-
America and meet hundreds IT IS KNOWN that a majority ;
people whom we have had the sentiment of the Florida State Bar :\

v of leading to Jesus Christ Association Is against any disturbing I judges. i' 'i\
District No 14-Hendry, Collier
inning men to Christ Is the blg- of the present circuit court "
Lee, Charlotte, Sarasota and Manatee 'I.
3t business In the world. It is districts But a committee ,
gger business than running a headed by Judge Charles O. Andrews I population 60..230, one I
difficult of the reclrcultIng
nk, or a manufacturing plant, or of Orlando; Is at work in.."(Most "
problem la the southwest Florida
mg governor, or a United States preparation of a re-circuiting planto
district because of the
nator, or president of the,United be submitted to the next legis- : rf f
smaller counties '. i
ates lature for disposal of as may be
e : seen fit It Is believed that this might logically be linked i
Hillsboro but to do this
| Mel Trotter is one of the most committee will submit a bill pro-
result in less than the
pie religious leaders In the viding for the maximum fifteen
of 50,000 population required I
[lied States. He was reared one circuits authorized by the amend-
the remaining counties ,Ii
bunks of the Mississippi rivera ment ratified Nov. 6 and that there

suluon. When he was a young will be very little reduction In the -
District No. 15: Broward, Dade
Jon he was a notorious drunkard. number of Judges Judge Andrews -
e got Into some trouble and Committee will have the following and Monroe, population 166.579 i
three judges Loss of two ai-YOUR-JaB TEST
kipped out" to Chicago. He wentwn among other plans for con-
contemplated Average population
the street by Pacific Garden sideration, and that the recircuiting I
for the thirty-one judges
isslon and Harry Monroe, that will be somewhat along these provided '
Inca of mission workers calledm lines: in the suggested set-up

Into the hall. Mel.was glori- District No. Escambla, San- be less than the 60,000 expected : ,
be served by each judge in plan-1'I
sly converted. During my recent ta Rosa, Walton and Okaloosa, ning for re-clrculttng This ambition FACTS Instead Opinions
nit (to Grand Rapids Mel Trotter population 92,150, two judges .
however; Is Impossible
Icbrated his blrth- ,;
thirty-eighth Same as at present. the amendment
>y. He has been a Christian for District No. 2-Holmes, Washington realization J i
the constitution authorizes
"ty-elght years. He Is about Bay, Calhoun, Jackson and '
Ixty.five years Of age. For thlr- Gulf, population 79,664 two judges judge for each 50,000 and an additional want results-not New weight distribution, obtained by ::

five years in he has conducted a LOBS of two circuits and one of judge:50.000 for In each the circuit.major fraction opinion And the way mounting the front springs ahead of the axle ;'
jsslon .Grand Rapids and has
NUucted evangelistic meetings judge.District No. Gadaden., Liberty an additional 25.001: populationover this on-your-job test and moving the V-8 engine forward, improves ;;

["'roughout 8 been the United States. He ,' ,. Franklin, Leon WakuUa, and necessitates the basic the 50,000 providing In any of a second over your regular routes, operation throughout. [
around the world twice. Jefferson, population 83,592. two
I Is wonderful what God can do I judges Same.. at present. judge. Biggest loser In at the wheel. Ford offers low engteaturer "
the shuffling of the circuits will you -y
heart and life of a man. District No. 4 Madison, Taylor, ; of the outstanding 'other
e Hamilton, Suwannee, Lafayette south and central Florida. per exchange plan and ,4

"Do you believe in miracles?" Dixie and Columbia, population, I I19M3 plan provides for thirty-one judges of the new Ford V8 that materially reduce maintenance cost.
from the
am a loss seven
often asked that question two judges Same as at will
Another plan we gladly place a
"talnly. Why shouldn't ,I be. present This Is the only circuit now serving On road with load the Ford V 3
any any ,
the rounds provides
In going of
miracles r I' have seen remaining Intact. since the IBM disposal any respon

lsu s Christ In my life time do constitution now largest In the thirty judges and only fourteencircuits. differs for aa on-your-job test truck lives up to its reputation for haul? :
This radically
ings just a> wonderful as rate state-At present No. 3, it may be miles with morc.flatlsfactJ.nand ,
g the dead. It took a miracle- known a. the fourth district. from that outlined except more tons, more r

"i-klng God to deliver Mel Trot- District No. 6.Nassau, DuvaL North and West Florida, the at lest cost.
r from the'' slavery thought being to merge existing V-8 engine gives you 80 .

couldn't quit." said McLh"Over have as much right to drink and circuits with the least possible the economy of a "(our.'' But let your own judgement decUe-cill' I I

Y naby'a coffin I swore I would smoke as men?" somebody inquired. changing of lines.
ver touch another drop and I ''No," ia my answer. I don't or fast delivery, power to us for an on-your-job test and then check tins

a s drunk in two blurs after the Justify men smoking and drinking, MORE AND MORE members .

by was buried. I didn't want to but men have nervous systems the legislative session opening 4!

ink. There was nothing I could which are different from the ner- April 2 are growing apprehensiveover

r for myself. Jesus set me free." vous systems of women. The effect -I the possibilities of an extra results.V8TRUCKS

of alcohol and nicotine on session. With so many major controversial THE 6NEw

Within the last few weeks I have women la bound to be worse thanIt Issues before it, feeling 135GJ ; ?!

'en In a number of the leading Is on men. I have known the 'Is growing that it will be utterly !

flee of America. Practically ev- sons of drunken father to make Impossible for the assembly (1'SJft

yWhere I go I find young men good In life, but I have never I, complete Its work In the fixed six- :EasyTerms. Through l/nlvcrwil CrcJil. Company y
"1 young women In dining rooms known the son of a drunken mother ty-day se aloD. The state spent in ;I Tire AMJiortc Ford tInane flan- ,

Inking cocktails and smoking', to succeed. Motherhood Is ..- excess of $100,000 for two extra ON TNI AIM-rOMD SYMPHONY ORCHfiSTW.ffUNBAT EVENING
''uettes. This is tragic These credo When God came down from sessions in 1931 and the fear Is being ) -.WARINO.THURSDAY. EVENING*-COLUMBIA: MTWOKK.'

Tung' people are poisoning their heaven to earth to live among men entertained that the experienceof

-">. while they are young I He came by way of a woman's 1931 may be repeated this year.

th nicotine and alcohol and they body. God touched Into glory and IN 1933 THE HOUSE employed -
e reducing their chances for suc- dignity the body of a women when 196 attaches that Is to say stenographers PICK UP '
's and they are cursing their un- I Jesus' Christ was born of a virgin. verifiers, sargeants-at- evry fctulMM from

rn children, We are sowing the What a pity it la for young womento arms, messengers postmasters bill *loed space which J W ANDREWS Jr G

nd and we are going to reap the pour nicotine and alcohol poison and reading clerks, etc. .' In the 46 lacbee In width! ,

Url I win". Into their blood streams and beetle regular esslon of 1931 only CI4' ....0 .I

p Into their lungs and heart and all 140 were placed on the house payroll '.O.II.""'* /! $STAKKE FLORIDA, .y

Don't you believe that women I the other organs of their bodies. ., Conversely, however, the .,j

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SEEING THE LIGHT lawmakers. Here are some of the Look -,
1 Bradford County TelegraphEstablished Issues: For Poini "
In Japan unfortunate souls who TOO LATE II i- From Other PensA 1. Regulation and taxation of A. J. Thoma*,' "R. f r&
want to end it all, commit harukarl. and L. D. Vlnlng 'snore
1877 hard liquors, an issue drawn between -, mem
.Jonea-Lal1gford-Whlte ,
TO CLASSIFY advocates of state
.. .
n In Tradford County some lean llllil
I Legion were in '
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class strawberry growers who cannot It,. nrssici.r! KAYSeeretnrx. BED HI'RING' POINTS AMORAL sarles 2. Financing and" private of operation.public schools, last week gathering n,I' 11 P1''

Matter at' the Post Office at Starkc. Florida gee, farther into the future than the Florida Press A,,"n.. under pressure to increase state formation on how Iflc d '*

--. ... present clay put up a poor packof A lady at Eradenton has entered aid by at least 5000000. Strawberry Festival ,milUl-
fruit suit for $2300: damages againsta in UlIlsbl t
E. L. Matthews ___ .__ __ _______ __ __Editor and Owner Did you ever tuck the family In mall order concern, 3. Redivlslon of the state into >rough Coun.' '
Any way you take it. both practices Chicago hope to gala some ?!"
-- are suicide. the car and start out for nowhereIn charging that a bed spring purchased fifteen judicial circuits, a plan that will aid in van", lDa| tl

SUKSCRIPTION RATE Tho Japanese takes his sword particular 'Just "go rid In' be- from them did the "Jack- which always has failed in the past Festival, April 11 making **<\ ? f,
cause it was too nice to due to local Interests. 18. II'
a day stayIn
and rip, open hla bowels,. dying in in-the-box"; act and Jumped out of bigger and better an $1.50 Six Months 75c Payable in Advance doors into than ,
Yearly, ; terrible i agony. ? its crate while being unpacked, 4. Redivlslon of the ._ ..
Advertising Rates on Application The careless strawberry packeris That's what I, did Sunday after- striking her on the head and inflicting five congressional districts, a plan -

.. .- -. -. --. ..- .- --. .. -- ---. .- -- -'- -- ripping open confidence in this noon. I headed north on State painful Injuries.. Natur- which has always failed for the Florida observes both t3oles
section, and the strawberry Industry Road 5 toward Brooksvllle. Every ally the suit is based on poor and acme reB.llon.IS. Central time The IIVIDIIltr,
Killing time should be made a serious crime. will eventually die here if mire or so I'd notice a neat little careless packing et cetera. We Replacement of revenue lost line Is the Apalachicol. RVW,

a the practice is long continued sign carrying an invitation to visit await with interest the decision in to cities counties and the state .-
Moon Lake Dude Ranch but from homestead In this country, there
being exemption.
returned here this case, but while doing so an Mll1,
It takes ten years for a baby bond to grow up. from the ,Strawberry recently Festival in neither a dude nor a rancher I would call to the attention of this i G. Agitation for a sales tax, Income farms in California. Arizona T"
didn't find the Invitation tax and as, and Florida.
o Plant City, brought with them especially lady and all others afflicted or In soverance tax.

Well, at least the State Farm Road is in the budget significant and, at the same time. appealing.The danger of being Injured in this 7. Classification of cities according -
wlfe.however. recessing a that it be avoidedby to population and establishment -
alarming: news. manner, might therein
appointed ..
0- Big strawberry buyers down normal bump of curiosity, suggested purchasing bed springs' et al. of uniform laws relating In Chancery to execn a 811, i \all1.
a Strawberry Festival days will be here next month.0 there are not planning to come to that we drive over and have a from the home merchants. If that thereto will tillS: ,on during III om"the.". the 1m ,i, prbefoie .>,

Bradford County this Boauon, and 'look at It. So of course we did were done, the home merchant 8. Tax equalization, always a I ha Court liKnl lion h* > **'''
them. scre subject and a problem which Htatke, Io'iorldloil '' '10'
just and to
until would the
they won't come, they say, unpack bedspring and best "lheilowlnir | .
Campbell broke his record and came very near breaking we have some. form of inspectionhere. Now a Dude Ranch to my mind the purchaser wouldn't need'!' to has been often attacked but never d..H bidder<.ill>ed, for la mix Va '"

his neck. was a place where a lot of city run the risk of getting hit on the solved. Florida I rig and, beliiK, ,in jjradri '","nt'It
to-wlt !
4 They will not buy strawberriesuntil slickers went to'lot! around in movie head or even having her feelings 9. Bonded debt refunding always 8'4' of NU'4' of SW!', nni ,

> o- they are positive of what Is *cow-boy outfits and bounce ruffled. It might cost just a few good for a hot argument. of SCW. otfswi, of H \)'.

So far oil drillers in Florida have struck nothing but at the bottom of tho cup, as well as about on tame and .city broke cow- cents more to purchase the bcd 10. Strengthening of the state Tnwnnlil linn, ), containing| B South: 40! iu j n II

more dirt. what to on top. ponies. springs at home, but when ''you highway supervision with an attempt I Klorldn>r I ass. In Jluufon) "?l""lrlvli.li ""

j They refuse to spend their good AfterjourneYlng: about ten miles consider that the salesman would to cstablish"a's'tatIcozietab: tha appurteimnoeR ..u.t ., .

--0 money for green and rotten berries through forest 'add:< wildwood we : run the. risk of being hit on the ulury.. tie mude Diirmmnt to Malal', ...... .'

Let's hope April brings showers money for our strawberry or even mulching and other suddenly arrived at the entrance I head by the obstreperous critter, There will be other Issues each Satisfy the I:. K Maine PKURYMANonrtKit nn<1 o. "

't trush. Lo the ranch and we were amazedto I I that should be sufficient compensation -I of them good for heated debate Au Sicoial: Master I II .,olT
growers. And who can'blame them? find the most unique and delightful I I for the little additional ex and many interesting clashes.

o ., If every' man in the North were a resort one could imagine. ,, penditure.Also I This session will fill the papers or PI m.i<'.tiio,m

Nowadays kiddies are so sophisticated it bores them to as rich as Croesushe could affordto Here, in the center of a wilder- one should consider the fact with news-Tallahassee Dally NOTtcn. ftOIICH In hereby. 10 A Klv 1'1'1', :tit Fran..

pick two or three berries out of ness was being developed a pleasure I that the bed spring purchased at Democrat. Steiner anil, wife, AOl Q'I.'
; play postoffice. wliiiHa nlaeo of renl.len XL
each pint in a crate and thus get resort the equal of any to be home will give the furniture mana ,\O'I'U"I': N'orLh Oak Park Av"",, 'h"( ..*!"
o enough to treat his hungry family. found elsewhere. It was like a little more Income with which to Notice IH h..r.yKlven, to all Illinois that the Federal Ml i |IItr"!>

Johnny defines prejudice as what mother holds againstthe But such IK not the case. dream come true., As you enter the pay taxes licenses, salaries 'and .Henry liiltnnnln' Stephenx: age I net, tlvceiiMftd.tha KHtnte to file of nf ed Columbia a hl1b of,U'I Complaint It coipointh hM"11 t.i!

dirt behind his The average consumer buys apint mammoth stone:gates the contract wages of his employees, and make your clnhnu with the County Judge In Court .:'rll''I1';:. ,

cars. or two of berries and ,expects I from the wild undeveloped coun- it a bigger and better business organization of mnnthH Hrudfuid from County date h..r..f within or eight they" County.fre'ioee. KlurUlii.a. Moitirnice, In Chattrprr n>- :In,,! t a Ii

o to have enough to go around try you have just traversed Is so more able to serve the will b.. burred by Inw. This March. following demrlheil luiul ::011 ,.,

Just .aa: the winter coat I is paid for the Easter hat problem -le has a right to expect it. If he startling it takes your breath away community In which it is located. If.lh, 1915: ,DUWITT C JONES: ', beliiHT to-wlti In Hi"adfoirt Count FlorlJi}

y doesn't find good berries he ban for you find yourself in a veritable And what's true of buying a bedspring Administrator" ,, Ihn 514 of the NK',, ..t 'J, 1'11.'|| .
; appears on the horizon. 3-i5-4t-4-B, 1.I. Toun..bl|> *A 1 S. 1C 20 "; 'on.
been GYPPED. fairyland of floral 1 liveliness. goes for clothing, house-: tiilnlntr, HO uvreH. limit' ,'>,
o When he has been gypped he Situated in the heart of this glorious held furnishings auto accessories, TIOI'ICI! The; SWM, of tho NWI\, SMS
Add Bradford increasedduring makes it hit business to find out planting' a tugged and and varnishes, and THH STATT) IF) FLORIDA OTt TO tlon 12, Township 081 U! !itrontalnlntr
good signs} : County farms!'! have JIf.| paints drugs a WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. 40 acres, i> mllieiefoie '
the five when the bad berries came from, ambling clubhou&e, entirely rus- thousand and one other things that I Notice IH hereby "given| thai on I""H.
past years. ''HI 17th. A, L). in:is, nl Three you and ,,
and quite naturally wants no more tic and 'unlque in every detail. A are sold by our local business men. O'clock I*. M, or a.. BOOH Ih..real'l..r I named. In Hi In. Notice,8all'o' T
I i O of them. perfect lodge with rugged simplicity Buying these commodities bight a. tai be hetuil, the undersigned In- redulred to npnenr to tin Id It,
An 5 is who'd sock Camera and then sensible would do that somehow Suggests to has "hurt" thousands of itl to apply I lo Honorable A. Z. of Complaint HI.> filed aiol ym
optimist unseen
a man put Any person ; one ., A UOiiH, JtulKo I of the, ZBlh. .Midlc-lal on the let day" of April 10:" it tti,
t tli of glasses his the same tho, banquet halls ,of Cedric the Americans In the!,+pocketbook Circuit Court, In 111" office In tUurke, Court House In Staike,\"!. oil\
a pair on nose. Saxon Richard I radiord countv, 'lol'lda, for an order erivlsB, a Decree Pro Coot, c .
And so It i la that the fruit from or the Lion IJcait- through inferior products palmed authorising the umlemlrf'ietl '0IOIt ba entered against you and ucb iou I
; o tiid Action that has been puttingup ed. f oft on them, and "this hurt has .1( Allen Oppenhelrn. a. ininnt.MAUIJrj I, .. >' foi failure to appeal.

lluey says the New pf-M it like the St. Vitua dance. a poor pack falls Into ill re- Grouped around the clubhouse jften been worse than merely being a-tS-Ct-4-12 CtX. ba IT published IS OTU>BHHD once a that W..ft'Ihi \.Uoun n,

pute. in a. seml-clicle across the green banged en the head by a bod Rciitlv wek. In (he 13"ailfm,
Well, at least it keeps things moving;. "U'I'I101] OK ,\I'PI.If'1'10'1 County Telegraph a new"piiihit|
On down the line the bad word are enticing each
guest cottages, spring
nut 'r\ \ ....a.1); \Ing general o 'asses. From consumer to storekeeper like a tiny Swiss thalet.: The moral: Trade at home and NOTrr-n is uiniuur lIVEN Floilila.ThlM .
t to jobber to buyer, "Lay off A The entire property, all under I cave yourself a head .che-Wln-! 'rhat llornhard Kay, holder of 2S flnv nf Foiirimrv J31
One Jacksonville man wouldn't let his wife go to the 5-J48: nf Tax Ortirifntn No; 228, 6Hi A. J. THOMAS
those berries. We want fence, is known as Hidden Lake tar Haven Chief. day if Clerk Circuit Court,
no more ( AUKIlHt. A. 1> 1929. ha. riled
; horse show for fear she'd win a prize. of them." And the bad berries uame- -reserve; a fifteen.. -. mile-- ---- valet mad cirllflonta In my office 'and 3-l-5t-3-29.1tr.: ;.-.-I-'.-,,..,-< c'-.....-."..,..v.- I.." "...,...
application for tax deed to
,0 become a drug on the market. bridle path has been constructed FOR ONE OR TWO YOUNG iHxue thereon In rordanro. with
There was time when this through the property that carriesone CITIZENS law Hold certificate embraces the I l\ ettiei'ii'ci it'r.' n. lI''ORII,
i:; Some sort of precedent was set when Justice Holmes a following/ deMi rlbed. property Hlluatil HOITV FIOUIIJV. I' 4 III'
county wasn't shunned by big buy? through tropical jungle and Does the average reader of The III BruIlI'orll'nutltv., Florida to- ('Kit\-.
died and willed $250,000 to the Government. crs. tangled wildwood. thicket and pine Courier seek only those articles wit, North-went Quarter. of South. 1\(. A SMITH an Llquliliitm, li"|
went Qtiaiter' of Kouth-eaM Quarter Bradford County Hank a pion|
o Not so many years ago. as soon barrens, past lakes and swamps.A which express his own convictions uf Seti.,,, 34 Ti>wiiNhl|> 6 South, i 110,,, Plaintiff "
KanK 22: East containing ten VH ( aso Xo.l III
berries farther south stable is maintained where the acrentmirei
as began ? Is he afraid to the
or Ie... W, K YARBllOUaiLKT Al.
; We sometimes wonder how ,there is room behind the playing out, the monled fellows finest Kentucky' bred and gaited thoughts of men who attack his The aHMHHHinuiit of said property Defendanti
scenes for all those "inside" writers from Washington. would arrive here and the local i saddle horses await those who under the said certificate Issued warn Take nOtice that the tpuiu'ri'lisSpeIa1 ""
4' cherished opinions? Is he. or she, In the name of Hrevuid. Pl'Oj'eltI.a Mauler by the final d.'n-l.
.. -o I platform would be a scene of fev-I might enjoy brisk ride throughthe in short concerned not so much Inc In th. above entitled cauHe. "|1'1''|'iht' ?|
rrish woodlands'. unless said certificate shall. tin re.- eil, will tonld ihcml
activity.But with being right as in being up- deemed according to law, tax deed and during the I Legal hour nf nu-f
The House of David baseball team will train at Sebring: those days are gone-If not For the hunter,',the preserve!' has held 1The will l issue thereon on the lath day on Monday the lat day of April
And been stocked with of April, A. U 111.15 L). 1935, Hell to the hlKhmt" anil, "be l
business for at leant amply deer wild
: looks better for everybody except Sebring barbers. ever, temporarily. answers to these questions Dated thin llth day of March A. bidder for cash at the Hotilli 4ml
'the only way to get them back is turkey, pheasant land qall squir- will serve as a good intelligenttest n, 1JlG.: of the County Courthouse at Hiarl'l
0 A. J THOlkfAS, Bradford County Florlila, the In I
,1 the rels; rabbits bob cat and few
of buyer a
some way not only for readers but for Clerk of Circuit Court, lowing: lands and chattels, lo.WiIThe f
Women write eighty-five per cent of anonymous!'! letters, that when ,he lays down cold club bear are in the preserve. I' newspaper editors as well. How Bradford County, Florida SW'/a of the NWV4.: ami ih*
8-1 5-5 t-4-I 2. K> of the NWV4 of the' H Wl\(:
he will have Twenty beautiful lakes and '
4, but a college girl writing home for money" seldom forgets to for a pint of berries many of us, in reading what an- and the WV of the Elm of ;ih;
nothing more and nothing less ponds offer the fisherman a para other writes, attempt to secure the : MINTF.Il'N) Ntl,n NKV of the SWW\ of St II,
sign her name. hail a pint of berries. dlae. Each Is stocked with fair I N'OTICR In h..r"byKlv..n that un Twp. 6 8. H 22 Ki containing
game intendment of the authors?
day and by virtue of Final Decreeof acres more or lea*. Also) Tnt I
-- o The only means of assurance is fish and competent guides are at Or, do we impute false motives and KOI ecloNure made and rendered following cattle, to-wlt On) [
FRUIT INSPECTION.It I hand to row the clean comfortable bv the Honorable A X. Adklna, reKlatervd Red Poll Hull anil II)
One fan ourselves into a hot flame or .Ji'lge of the Circuit Court of head together 'II
is killed in automobile fourteen the /
person an every will be an added expense, of boats designed for fishing deluxe. Indignation, readily springing to 26th Judicial Circuit of Florida, In a".t..c..ttrh above rntllt t '

minutes. Remember that when your foot starts itching to cour e. Each grower, must pay a Moon Lake Dude Ranch promises the defense of our own position and ,for dated'Kradfoid the If7th County day ,of In Febru-Channery And marked spilt Hmooth In left crop ear In right lirumlnl,ear I I

;: step on the gas. mall part of an Inspector's salary. to become one of Florida's outStanding without answering the expressed liiy., 11(15: In that certain cauxe with* letter Y.

But It will be an expense that will tourist attractions; as the questions that arise within us? Federal therein lately Land pending Bank. of between. Columbia. The G.. U, PATTEN Special Siaier.JCNIOHIT

o pay for itself many times over, property is developed hundreds of The best editorials are those Plaintiff., end M B. Plummer, and! & KNIOUT
That little and be the of thousand will journey there wife Verdle R, Plummer I>..fendnte Attorneys for Plaintiff.
girl's stomach must have got upside down might means saving just that Invoke clear thinking, not the *- the undersigned who was I Iw 3-15-31-3-29.
from the industry here from a kind of to see the delightful botanical gar ones that provoke rage or en- ,
trying to digest some of those new-fangled recipes in .
dens if for ---'- -t.im-immifm., ------
rigor mortis that seems to have no other reason. The courage passions Every questionhas --i-----

the women's magazines.An set in.The. development is .,the result of a it has been said, three sides, I IDON'T

o Strawberry Marketing life-long dream of Ed A. Haley of "my side, your side and the right
r/f Agreement, which would have Clearwater whCf ,with a numberof side." If you are really intelligentyou WRITE ANOTHER LINE I I\
educator that will all be writing in short I
says soon we
P provided for Inspection, is defunctat wealthy associates acquired the will always be looking for the -

t hand. It won't be much worse to read than the majority of least for this season. property several years ago and has third side and you will never findit ,

long hands in use today. The Bradford County Growers been quietly bringing it to its present until you can see the other two I e

1 o Association organization that stage perfection.' sides.

has several times made valiant ef- .-, Older readers strongly opinionated -

Maybe we're wrong, but it seems kind of traitorous to the orts toward inspection-Is now will consider this article a tissue ..f I II

state that a Florida boy should turn out to be the champion Inactive. j of bunk. *Younger thinkers II
skier at Dartmouth Whatever steps are taken to If TheLetter will,we hope bear it in mind. If ( I I
College. .
provide fruit Inspection here must one or two of them do, the space % I

a be taken by the growers themselves [ will not have been wasted.-Plant Until I
Sidney Franklin won a suit for $7,000 because someone -of their own free will. City Courier ,
It Is just a matter of seeing the ---....-.--_' --
I.- -- --
referred to him as a "bull-thrower" instead of a "bull-fight. lightbefore it is too late. LEGISLATURE FACES

er." Sensitive people, these toreadors. -n--- Starke, Fla. MORE ISSUES THAN USUAL You See x

- 0- A TAMER BIRD March 8, '1931S. Every two years political observers -

An intangible thing is defined as an object that you The original Blue Eagle was ad Dear When Editor a dangerous condition ber of problems point out the facing unusual the legis-num-
ominous looking bird. Many
cannot put your finger upon. However, Col. Lee seems to small business men saw it staringout arises with results Immediate and lature. In fact. the unusual plightof OurSamples Jr opor'

be able to put his finger on the intangible tax. at them from the dark after apparent to the nation the works strenuously the legislature la becoming almost I
menace.. Why
they went to bed at night. as usual as the unusual
o are we not trying to rid our coun- weather In California.But
However, Mr. Roosevelt's. 1933
: Once there was a man whose life's ambition was to growa model Eagle Is a'bird that would try of, Influences as deadly and this time you can add them .

tomato as large and rosy as the one pictured in the seed scarcely frighten anyone if It Let certain us consider a. the worst the of plagues? up and see for yourself that thereIs 0lk
reports -
; catalog. Needless to say he died disappointed.A came and perched right on the and statements and determine plenty of grief ahead for the
foot of his weary couch. e
for ourselves how disastrous automobile radiators
1 Americans,-who are to domn.ny and rubbing 1,
prone are the effects of /T The words of our rather
repeal. alcohol.
A certain company advertises that a gallon of their gasoline things of their own accord : 2' C,
.The Methodist Board of Temper. Bishop -J
'would that they could not be forced into... aAce H.JIughea-of the-Mr $1 limited vocabulary can-
& lift a battle ship several inches.. We.cat1't help Prohibition-ancTPubllc ETChurch: said r'S
recently: "We have
will probably take this friendlier not describe the
but wonder what they'd do with it after, they got it up there. bird closer to their hearts.COMPLICATIONS ala reports: Drunkenness has simply got to stop the 'present to, you I r'e

c a -0.- greatly increased; the custom of flippant attitude toward a serious unbelievable] selection in I .

ARISE drinking U increasing rapidly; the social situation. We must face paper designs, colored inks and type styles that lic,
A, Los Angeles_ Woman is seeking a divorce because her use of liquor by women and i
girlsIs erlously and soberly the appalling are offered in this brand
husband deserted her to become the sheik of an Arabian Those who wish! to understand increasing by leaps and bounds: conditions now before UII. brought new line of personal bd

tribe. Some husbands become sheiks without bothering to the Italy-AbysHlnlan Imbroglio people are alarmed at the increased about by repeal." stationery-So we can only suggest. that you

leave the I which is of international import I number-- ___ r.I n npclHAnta"._..__...Q Banned _Q_ L>r. Stewart Roberts, professorof call by to see the samples on display In our of ccp1
country. ance Inasmuch it Is
.. as complicating by
drinking: a tierioua dissatisfaction clinical medicine the fice. Ranging
the already chaotic European says growIng from 50 sheets and 50 envelopesto
O oxltita because
i of tile waste use of alcohol Is the greatest
More people than ever before in history were married in of situation--would do well to think of relief funds in saloons and simi problem facing the American medIcal 100 sheets and 100 envelopes, all, for the
it In the
light of the Japan- lar places of liquor sale; bootlegging profession. In an address recently modest price of $1.25 a box this line of
New York state ]last year, and the Buffalo Times observes
i t that it was probably to the. tune of, "1 can't give you any- Like China Abyssinia Is an Independent to have country increased as a whole since appears re- Emory,before Ga., he the estimated student body that 40 of paper should make you literally itch to take 'ci,

K*, thing but love, baby." power--and: like China, peal. per cent of all automobile acci- your pen in hand. Bridge scores and tallejs toI
in hundred
o a years behind the Literary Digest for Feb. 13, dents are attributable to the use also individually printed I
i times.
The Lake Citizen that up-to-date( Italy.nation like Japan, Is an 1039 carries this"paragraph: of alcohol. He warned the students at $1.25 per hundred. .25
County says a North Dakota editor I which needs new Alcohol Flow successor to
against the liquor habit, citIng -
penned the following pathetic plea: "It is reported that wealth territory. China possesses a How la costing the Federal Gov- I cases coming under,his observation They should solve your $1 ic,

one of our fastidious newly-married ladies kneads bread with 'Japan wants-of mineral-and resources* which ernment an annual toss of almost in his own practice. and gift problems once and .Or
,, Abyssinian possesses $30,000,000 in
her gloves on. The incident may be somewhat peculiar, but a wealth of gold which Italy. Roosevelt announced revenue.last President week as quoting and many modern authorities in his both Indict ancient for all. -_ _... __-_____ I.io

there are others. The editor of this paper needs bread with wants.If he launched a new drive to stampout ment. ioci.

his shoes on. lie needs bread with his shirt on. lie needs seems Italy Inevitable and Abysslanla fight. It the sale "poison liquor. A Surely these facts given out- by .

bread with his pants on, and unless some of the delinquent will lose. Victorious that the latter special study following deaths in learned men will have some weight
Italy would
Qloversvllle and Utica. N. Y., revealed with us. BRADFORD a
subscribers come across before long, he will need bread with- then establish an Abyssinian pro that the chief source ofbootle&era' Very truly.PubUclty COUNTY TELEGRAPHP.GE lip

out a damn thing on." wards.tectorate: -and reap the rich re supplies was confined Chairman

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