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 22, 1935
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Another theft of meat was reported -
near here Saturday night New Building

when thieves broke into the smokehouse C
FLING HERE IN MARCHFortson of Will Norman, at Water- DEED FOR LOT

anJ''made with eleven
oak away
sides of almost 200 For Call Street
pork- poundsIn
On Sales Says Sum ;
Vote all. Sheriff W. J. Epperson said ERA Labor Available

Tax Is JVilllJloulit Bloodhounds were brought from For Plat- I IY fr
the Florida State Farm at Raiford,
..floBe In AprilREHABILITATION but they lost the trail after track- form BEGINS BUILDING Congressman Green

Ing the thieves for a quarter of a Signs Contract 4 adl


[I IX J POLL THIS WEEKa HE BOUGHT HElm dozen head\ of f,'jickens were LUMBER FOR BUILDING' r Saturday + l
also stolen from buddy Norman, 4
conducted straw bal. of Wate-roak, on the same night. ?
a hastily! It is likely that $10.000 will be of The City Council Tuesday night 7 STORE SPACES
In'down.n Thefts of large iiuantlttes nV
J twenty-sit:': persons spent In Bradford
Tuesday afternoon inlied County during cured meat and chickens have recently agreed to accept a deed on Presbyterian -
Starke this month for supplies to be
that if they had power to chased under the rural rehabilita-pur been reported in various Church property near the c Quigley & Davis

L coming session of thee parts of the county, Seaboard station and to '
In the tion program L. O Fortson, direc Railway To Do The '?
legislature they would be inbr tor of the work here, said this cancel all paying liens if the lot r
of a iwyfence law and op- week. This amount 'ark ;
should be Increased GOOD SEASON Is used for a shipping platform
Id to a sal 9 tax. during April to from $15- -
ttirmatlve votes were also reg. State Comptroller who yesterday; 000 to 920,000 it Is believed. site.A Announcement of the erection of ''

red for proposed legislation placed a broader. Interpretation upon "Every cent that can possibly Believed movement, was begun last a store building on CaU Street for
Lung fle oongresislona dis- the' Homestead exemption be spent in Bradford County will week by the Business Men's Clubto Congressman R. A. Green was ji;

Ita and a state highway patrol. Amendment by stating that home- be kept here," Mr. Fortson said secure erection of a platformIn made this week by Quigley & Davis

voters were overwhelminglyavor steads were not subject to genera "and if .Bradford County mer- A POSSIBILITY time for use of growers dur- local contractors. Work la M '
of $9,000.000 atate aid for bond tax levies chants do not sell their share of the expected to begin within the next '
lOll and for closing Saturdays materials to be used in this pro- ing the coming strawberry season.It few days on the structure which
Sundays to hunters In Brad- gram, it will be because they can- HIGH PRICES PREVAILIN could later be used in the ship will be on Congressman Green's)
ment of other truck crops, It Is property just oust of the county i
1 County. NO BOND TAXOn not supply our needs. The rehabilitation SOUTH FLORIDA
liule liquor control lost out by director Is urging local CENTER said.The court house r "* I
local ERA has agreed to
I vote, and among those who business men to be awake to The contract with the builders E
-4' furnish, all labor for the project,
filtered disapproval of the note Homesteads the opportunities provided by this Feeling over"Jlfrosp Acts .for the but It Is somewhat doubtful if free calls for $8,200: not Including the f 1
law, opinion was equally dltd program of purchasing and to strawberry season cost of brick which are to be sup ,
materials can be secured. The Club
as to whether or not thee LEE CLAIMSTAKES make every effort to be In posi- Here took a more optimistic turn had hoped to use materials now CongresHman R. A. Green whoon plied by Mr. Green. The total estimated {
should fence the highways tion to supply the necessary mate- this week as higher prices and a stored at the abandoned CCC a short vlalt here last week cent of the building )I. r
following are the tabulated rials. contract for erection of placed at 10000. .
signed a
were reportedfrom
diminishing crop Camp near Raiford, but It has not
lireg on the poll: STAND AT The object of the rehabilitation the South Florlt" section yet been definitely learned whether an office building on Call Street Present plans call for a ons- 1

Itate liquor control. Yes 10; no program, as explained at the local At the same time,. plants here this will be available. story building with space for seven
MEETING IN office, Is to have the farm stores It Is said. The front will ''
were said to be lit goal condition Plans which originally called for II
five congressional districts. Yes, ORLANDOHomesteads family produce enough to eat, although more rain could be used a covered platform with a drive- ROBERTS HITS be 125: feet, running almost the

0,5. maintain their livestock, obtain -and it Is expected that fruit will running through the centerof entire length of the vacant lot, and I Iwhich F ;
ales(ax. Yes 12; No, 14.fa are not subject to enough cash for articles of goods be coming in in fairly big volumeby < way the building have been altered the building will be sixty feet ., S
fence law. Yes 13: ; no, 8. and clothing that cannot be Advocates OfNOFENCE deep. 1
general bond tax levies, according produced the end of next week. If ship- because of the narrowness of the
Itato highway patrol.' Yes, 19; to the construction placed upon on the farm and to obtain ments hold up here during the available lot. The arrangementnow Some materials have already ,,

T. the homestead amendment by sufficient Income to meet their rehabilitation month of April and prices remainat favored is a covered platform been placed on the lot and actual l
5000000 state aid tor schools State Comptroller J.. M. Lee in an loans and their taxes. a fair average, it Is believed approximately 100 feet long with LAWUNION construction Is expected to get un- 4 9i

21; no, 1. address before the annual convention "We expect these people, as they that growers will get back some of the roof extending on each aide der way early next week. The
loved Saturday and Sunday. are rehabilitated, to become tax building will be completed in
: of the Association of County the money they have been spend to a width of about thlrty-flv REPRESENTATIVE
Itlng season. Yes, 19; no, 4. Commissioners of Florida in Or- paying citizens: Instead of tax con- ing on their berries during the past feet. Th' would allow trucks t,) OF about ninety days, Quigley Se IM-
cnclng highways. Yes, 7 no, 7. Mr. Fortson TAKES SIDE .
; lando yesterday, ., 4? sumers, said. thl'eeor four years. drive In under one side out of rain vie state
Ireatest surprise resulting from Mr. Lee pointed'out the exact More than :500 pint crates of and sun and unload while other CATTLEMENRepresentative Congressman Green was in /
1 poll was the closeness of thee Starke last week-end and It I I. understood
out of Starke
phraseology of the constitutional "SWEET MUSIC"WEEK'S fruit were shipped trucks loaded at the street side.
\ tax vote, considering the fact Nat Roberts of that the'building contractwas w
of last
since Thursday
amendment which specifically ex- by express The new shed, if built, will be
: balloting was confined almost empts homesteads from all taxes HIGH SPOTRJTz'rO"SIJOW' week and a small number also situated between Brownlee Broth- Union County, commenting on recent .- sll'lled.late Saturday night. q'

|rely to business men and mer- "other than special assessments went out by truck-; Prices are er's warehouse and the office of'' statements credited to Walter .
nls. "'. for benefits.--*"..*. ......".f.-:-* "-- NEW RUDY..,-..* laid to have"averagtl 'arou d9a the Starka Stave M1H.: ,Tha{ platform -' L.Hays- ,'Orlaridd In --.
EFILM IJrance"mon'lconcerning ABOLITIONUrged
Ithough voters in town'"eelar- iALLc: .
On recent day at Plant
a pint. a will run north and south
no-fence It Is Comptroller Lee told the county no-fence legislation,
jfor a law gener- the prlco pint Is reportedto .
City per --
construed next week's
| believed that sentiment in the commissioners that he Headlining programat have reached high of 14 c. this week made ahe following statement -
I is a. special benefit levy to be one the Ritz Theatre will be "Sweet a SUMMER SCHOOL ForREALTY Pr
precincts overwhelminglysed
Some in the Plant City expressing his opposition to
based certificates levied Music, Rudy Vallee's new musical
) to such legislation. upon section have already begun to DRAWS MANY the. enactment of such law at thefortht'omlllg
property for show, which will be seen here next
the against specific special
one voter who registered disli their fields under and the TAX ;
determ- and plow session of Florida
benefits which were Thursday Friday. the
oval to $5,000,000 state aid for quality of fruit there is said to SIXTEEN TEACHERS FROM
fola said that he believed in ined after a hearing at which due Rudy is supported by a capable bo generally on the down grade. STARKE SCHOOL TO GO Legislature: -

Lining to the old principle of notice was liven all concernedthat cast including Helen Morgan and Hilluborough growers have realized "It Is generally known that big PLANNING HOARD WANTS
the levy would be made. Ann Dvorak and the fact that. Sixteen teachers from the Bradford -
each to take
julrlng own school county system. "There carets "General bonds are not special this la his best show to date is pro more than from a their million shipments and a half this County High School will take men and big concerns have big ONLY ONE MILL :'
claimed by crowds it has drawn their! Ideas and that the people generally
less trouble back in those assessments for benefit under any season, it Is said summer school work during REQUIREDA
so" he said. stretch of imagination," the Comptroller to the box office everywhere It I -,..- vacation A. J. Grlffls, superintendent speaking have common senna I -
fi.nclng of highways was term- told the county commissioners has been shown to date. There is of public instruction, said this feel sure at thin time, that It Is broad program of recom-

7 Impractical" by several voters "and I cannot see that thereIs a tuneful musical score Including week. not the Intention of the 1933 session mended changes by law and constitutional y
liuse of the great expense Infed any impairment of the bond- the already popular "Fare Thee ACCIDENTSTake The following will attend the of the Legislature to do any amendment in Florida',

not only in fencing but ain holder's contract In this amend- Well, Annabel." session at the University of FlorIda thing other than especially guardthe governmental machinery was ad- ifc

> building cattle gaps at every ment, inasmuch as the general tax- Sunday and Monday will bring i Many In Gainesville: Leon A. Gray Interest of the taxpayers of opted this week by the State Planning v'
1 road entering upon a bigh- Ing authority of the counties to "Wings in The Dark" with Myrna Mrs Leon A. Gray Mrs. George A 'the State and not Impose hard- Board at Tallahassee and sub-, "

'. The fences could also be levy taxes on hundreds of millionsof Loy and Cary Grant. This is an Anderson, Mrs. Jessie Lee Lazen ships on anybody in a personalway. milted to Governor Dave Sholt ;a

Iy cut by cattle owners who dollars of other property has exciting drama of aviation replete OVERSTATE by, Miss Rosalind Jacobs, Miss for consideration. 1'
with thlllls, and Strickland Miss Eunice Perkins "The Federal Government at this
bed to pasture their stock" *onI not been Impaired nor has the use ,suspense Edna Into the Hat went proposal
new Ideas. ---- Mrs. Edna Hart, Miss Willie time under' President Franklin D. valorem
I other side of the road, it was I of other sources been exhausted or abolish state-purpose ad }
ed. impaired." Tueaday'and Wednesday the SMASH-UP: HERE LAST Mae Hlrmon, Mrs. Grace Wainwright Roosevelt's plans, is rehabilitating tax on real estate except for the

"The people voted for this Rite will show a rollicking comedy, WEEK END'CAUSES and Miss Lucille Edwards people. They are being furnished constitutionally-required one mill 1
amendment and I think they are "The Captain Hates The Sea." A DEATHS These will take the course at the with cow and calve with the obJect For schools and to establish a state
; galaxy .of stars including Walter NO Florida State College' for Women | In view that have
IE WEEK LEFTTo entitled to the full measure of all they might horticultural commission! of eleven
they voted for. Connelly, Alison Sklpworth Victor at Tallahassee: Miss IVjby Lllley, milk and butter and get. a start of members to govern the citrus In.'
to the McLaglen and Helen Vinson are Bradford County contributed on- llsH Isabel Fernandez Miss Kitty livestock." dustry. t
File home"I appeal owners to you file their urge application featured. ly one wreck, with no fatalities, to logsed and Mrs. R, F, Demorest "I feel sure that the Intention There was no mention of a gen- .

for exemption on the official --- -- smosh-ups that took a total of Mrs. Cynum Perkins will take correspondence 1M to nut put them In a paper bag. eral! sales tax
eleven lives In Florida during last work. God created the hills and '
valley The Florida state canal
blank before April 1st, so that erroneous Work Next WeekAll ... cross
PLICATIONSX assessments will be elim- week-end. and the cattle hog and goatswhile government engineers have r
inated and the officials and legis- relief workers whose budgetary This county's one accident hap- I MRS. SITAMOREREGISTERED man built roads In themorning's estimated would cost $199,481,000

X lature will have the benefit of all needs call for it will probablybe pened Sunday night when T. C. ) paper I read of five ac- wan endorsed along with a proposal t
REPEATS given work next week. It was Ponce, of JacUaonvlIla! hit a cow HERE cldL'nts In which thirteen were to have the legislature enact
PLEA FOR ALL TO available Information."The should act stated yesterday at the local ERA on the road a short distance southof killed and Injured over the week- laws setting up a definite status Y
home owners
APPLY the exemption office. Funds now on hand which Hampton, causing his automobile -UNDER AN ASSUMED NAME mJ No animal however, wan alleged for approximately 18,000,000 acre. :
promptly"to make con- are expected to be supplemented j to turn over several times. A SATURDAY NIGHT to have been the cause of, of land now off the tax awiess-

l''mi'' owners-have only one cluded.effective, the Comptroller by an additional grant next week Miss Newberry, also of Jackson- 'Mr*. Harry Sltamore, wife of the any of the accidents. One Idea of,. ment rolls because of delinquent'' ,,

Je week in which to file appll- will probably bring the total for ,, ville, who was also In the car, received International jewel thief now con- Mr. Hays'. Is, In fencing up the taxes. IY,
the remainder of March to around a broken collar bone and cattle that could Improve Elimination of
I nns for homestead tax fined In the "flat top" at the State you statepurposead
N. D. Wainwright tax exemp-as- STARKE WILL SEE $3,000, it Is. _said. I head and back and Internal Injuries Prison Farm at Raiford, spent Sat from the scrawny cattle and hogs. I vfalorem' tax on real estate iti

Ol, reminded' citizen this TRAIN'ZEPHYR A--- She was carried to a Jack- urday night in a.local hotel. Mrs. "We have just. .witnessed' what was embraced, In a lengthy report
k. There are still many In the Mr. Dowling Better \!sonville hospital Monday after receiving Sltamore although registered at high bred cattle amount to In by the planning board's legislative {
ty entitled PASS THROUGH treatment here.A Mildred Vlcterof Florida. The Federal Governmentsaw committee. The present levy Is
to exemption who TO Friends here of B. S. Dowling J the hotel as "Mrs.
e not yet filed their appllco- HERE NEXT TUESDAY have received word from Jasper I( Mr. Ponce, tourist, receiveda Tampa," was recognized her fit, recently, to ship Into the 6 5-8 mills, including the onemillfor
s'. Mr. i head concussion when his automobile State In 1934, a large amount of schools.
Wainwright JohnsiHopkins from recently appearing
says, but de that he has returned from photograph
cts business Residents of Starke and vicinity 1 1U overturned last Saturday thesecattle from the drouth Among the various proposals!
to pick up during! Hospital In Baltimore and j *In the Sunday magazine
will have an opportunity to see after hitting a sandy road shoulder stricken areas of the Western were:
[ Hearst
week. All appllca- again able to be in the classroom newspapers.Mrs.
s must be in by April 1.' the newest light-weight, streamlined at the Jasper High School.I I near Keystone Height. .- Sitamore visited her husband ; States, to grace on closed pastures, Establishment of a state tax wy
e stainless steel, diesel-powered at a time when all the cattle were commission ot three member with y.
Bradford Assessor recently where he is principal. Mr. Dowl- Three men were killed and three at the prison Sunday morn- '
Unced that he would accept train when the first of the Zephyr ing was principal of the Starke' others Injured iMhd >two auto; ing. She made her identity knownto .gathered from closed forests. the state comptroller &* chairman
hi' Twins of the Burlington Railroad Pensa- her there anddiscussed "You will also recall that Mr. for handling taxation matter. f,
from mobiles together near carrying
f'cations widow, widow- school for many years and his condition ran persona
bachelors .passe through here Tuesday her husband' affair Godwin director of surplus commodities Establishment of a State Planning S
and< Plnater He Is of great Interest to his
ft them to file applications for morning on Ita way from Washington friends .here.Districts. !cola.Two women were killed and an- freely saying that she always accompanied of the State FERA. reported Board of five members serving

pels sure that the legislature D. C. to Miami. The train is -. other person seriously Injured In him when ha "works a a shortage of 20,000 head without compensation.
scheduled to through here at of these cattle and Issued statements Consolidated city,. district,'county
pass a law entitling them to) go an automobile collision on the town. Mr. Sltamore Is living In
PiPtlon although the pretoent 8:30: o'clock a.m.. but will not ConsolidateBy Tamlaml Trail. Tampa aha said.DUST that they had strayed, been and state tax, assessment under t

does Dot provide for It. top. a vote of forty-three to thir-I One young man wa killed and stolen or died. I can plalntly say; the county tax assessor and
The train will be on exhibitionIn teen electors In School Districts 10. two Injured In a train-truck crash FROM AIR hey died. consolidated collection of these
station at Jack- "if I not pressed for time I taxes the tax collector.
Woodmen the Terminal 1 5 and 16 declared In favor of consolidation near Baldwin. was by county
Service sonville next Monday afternoonand at an election recently A Live Oak policeman was killed HASTINGS demonstrationof I would challenge Mr. flays for a This proposal, if enacted would
taal Woodmen were special night between 3:30: o'clock held. The returns were canvassed when his automobile left the road dusting Irish potatoes from an debate on this one-man campaign !eliminate city tax assessor' and] j

at the Methodist Church and 9.30; o'clock. It la announced.The at a meeting of the School Board near Madison, and a young woman airplane was conducted Thursday :he Is making. I would be willing collectors.
last Sunday night and twen-' tram la said to be a com- Wednesday night. The following died as the result of an accident morning at the Bugbee Distributing ''to meet him In Tampa Miami oracksonvllle Assessment of intangible' taxed t;

f yen members from Starke plete departure from conventional were elected trustee for the consolidated week ago. Company's field here. The : where no doubt the on a basis of 100 per cent valuation -

[Ice lAwtey attended the evening j design and I i. the first: of the districts: N. D. Green. R. A Cocoa man was drowned near demonstration was given by Stew odds would be against me and I with a tax levy Increased

In a body. A very finer streamlined variety to be exhibited M. Crosby and S. W. Whitehead. A Ocala when bis cat. plunged Into art Fraser, Lakeland aviator, using would not take any. advantage of from the present two mill to five

r. was delivered by the Rev. in the South. levy of ten mills was voted forte an open draw bridge.A a plan especially designed for him. mill. (Comptroller J. If. Le reported ,
Montgomery. The next In- ensuing two years. little girl and a negro woman dusting farm crops and grove "In my campaign for Representative that In the last fiscal year
ion Is for Woodman attend Game Club To MeetThe lost their live. In automobile accidents with material to kill Insect pest I pledged to oppose the no- collections of Intangible taxes to-
at the Starke Christian $300,000 be spent near DeLand. .- fence law.. Owing to low prices talled 9209,000 with assessment '
ch at the evening service on Flab and Game Club of Amer- Galveston Tex., recently made and process tax stock raisers have varying according to the type of

Sunday, April U. A full at- Bradford County will meet In the e-modellng Dry off Tortugas West, nowNational When an Australian bulldog Its first movement of freight to no available money to buy land and property, and the levy ranging 4

see of member and their court house Monday night at 8 Ica' Gibraltar Monument Key decree of ant I Ia cut la two the front and the' east via Inland waterway-a f.l1Cine. therefore It will fore the -
lies 1 s i urged, o'clock. All member are urged to a President Roosevelt. by; rear end will fight eacb other. shipment of sulphur to Pittsburgh. stock raisers out of commission." (Continued on Peel Eight) ,

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.;' 'f. "-Telegraph By Special Writers Live Community Happenings Hems Us by Must Tues. Reach Noon--

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n Mrs. Z. 7.. GrirtlH CorrespondentMr. Mr. I.. f. Mmltk. CnrrennomlrntFuneral M. K. Crews CorrespondentMr. O. E. Cr08bJ'7.Correspondent Mr. L. Genklno. Correspondent Mr*. T It. ...-...1'". Correspondent Miss Vera Gainey, Correxpondnl I
Earnest Harris services were held at Mt. and Mrs:Curtla- Starling of Mrs. A. S. Crosby-; ,< Mrs. Beulab The Water oo--Spoclals" played Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Pangborn Mrs. R. B. .Rauleraon- and children .

and Mrs. Arnold Sinai Tuesday afternoon for Mrs.R. Jacksonville visited relatives here Kelly, :Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby the "Germans" here Sunday afternoon entertained Saturday night at their of Arcadia are spending
were visiting: Mr. and Mrs ball dia home with bridge. The St. Patrlck's -
and children and Mr. and Mrs. Les- on the Germans while here with her parents hi'
R. Burrows 55, of St. Aug- Thursday.
Grlfria Sunday. age ter Crosby and children all of Rising mond. The "Germans" were defeated motif was carried out In the and Mrs. H. p Gainey.'r.'
Ellie Sullivan were' ustine. Services were held by Rev. W. G. Crews of Clearwater spent the"Germans" and refreshments. High
Mr. and Mrs. were the dinner guests of Mr. 6 to 5. Two weeks ago :Mrs. Parker and I
visiting; her father and mother, )'. M. Taylor of Hampton.She Sunday here with F. M. Crews and and Mrs. O. E. Crosby Sunday. met the "Specials" on score was held by Mrs. C. M. Wein Clearwater, spent son last, Stuart, of

Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Grlffls Sunday. is survived by her husband, family. their diamond at Water Oak and man for the women and T. R. Dem- here week n4
" Maxie Carter and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wiggins as guests of her
Mrs. lion
'; Mrs. George Bowers of Jacksonville R. R. Burrows and two sons, L. G. Mr. small of attended defeated them 9 to 6. The 'Germans" ery among the men. Invited to daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Jacksonville and son .Clayno and
" Ja visiting: her mother, Mrs. Thomas and Willie Clyde Burrows. children were shopping in church here Sunday. are planning on playing the attend were Mr. and Mrs. J. Edwin T. Parker. Mrs a.

; :Myrtle' Priest this week. Also. her mother, lira. Allen Caln Saturday.Mrs. Miss Mr. and Mrs. Romey Johns of Water Oak "Specials" on their Larson, Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Bliss Misses Donnie

.j' :' Misses Melba and Mae Prevatt of Gainesville and five sister and Edith Padgett and Jacksonville and Mrs. .Dcnzll diamond at Water Oak next Sun and Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Weinmanof Mae and Avert
Park Crawford of
Marlon Padgett of Orange Trenton
and Mrs. C. spent
here last Tuesday. afternoon. Jacksonville, Mr part rf
were visiting; four brothers. day
. 'were
visited relatives here Thursday. Thomas of Starke visitingMr. last week here as guest
and Mrs of
'MIss Theressa Jones was visitIng Mrs. Burrows will be greatly Miss Maggie Crews and :Miss and Mrs. J. L. Johns Sunday. Quite a large crowd from all Wesley Larson. and Mrs. R. sister, Mrs Odessa Rues lhelr
Juanita Priest Sunday. Ute where and children of over this part of the county attended Frank Merrill
r missed in ccuunujily: Eloise Hardie were shopping In Mrs. G. W. Sapp MUs Lucille
Mrs. T. R. Webb
Mr. and Is
.1 Quite a large crowd attended the she lived. Starke Saturday Brooker attended church at Long the ball game here Sunday Lawrence. upendta.a .
while In
Mr. and Mrs. John Bird, Jacksonville
Demery, as
birthday party given by Frances Strickland of Hall- Trovls, Bridge Sunday.We afternoon.Mr. guest
and Mrs.
Mrs. Ruby Mr. Ellery of her uncle and
Heiberger, aunt
and Mrs. Eugene Mr
f Wbeetley last Friday night. Everybody bronn Springs was visiting her Misses Mary and Corrle Dinklns, are sorry to report the Illness and Mra.\ A. J. YarboroughDavid Mr.Mr. and Mrs.. J. Russell Hall. Mr. Mrs. A. O. Jenkins. and

IJ reported a nice time. mother, :ill... A. W. liouKiitou, Miss Lula Reed, T. T. Blackburn, of little Cozette Sapp. We Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. T. Howard Misses
and Mrs. L. Mrs. L. A. MIntz
Remember services at China last week. E. P. Dinkins and Leon Wilkinson all wish her a speedy recovery.Rev. W. R. Kersey went to Jacksonvillelast Houser and Arneta Og- and daughter,

aye' Grove Church Saturday night, Sunday Mrs. Kate Starling Is visiting all of Lawtey attended church here G. W, Vare,, of Worthington Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ker- Gertrude Barbara, of Jacksonville art
and Everybody filled his appointment called there the spending week here as guest
Sunday night. Sunday. Springs sey having been on den.The
her daughter, Mrs Henry Padgettat 'Heights Woman'aClub of her
' welcome and all members are ask Miss Eloise Hardee Mrs. Effle at New River Baptist Church Sun- account of the serious illness of Keystone parents, Mr. and Mrs. L, R.
Chlefland. served dinner last
4 ed to be present on Saturday night Carter and Eugene Auston attended day. their grandson, Junior Bradley. Gainey.A. .
of Starke Is at the clubhouse In honor of the
for regular business conference. Mrs. Lizzie Dryden the funeral of Mrs. Volley Mos- Rev. J. T. McGuire of Starke filled Miss Thelma Gasklna was visit- O. Jenkins and son Henrj I
t visiting her daughters, Mrs. Rachel men through whose efforts nec-
Branch his regular appointment at the of Jacksonville spent Sunday
ley of Long Sunday. Miss Bessie Woodles'of Gum her
STOP GETTING UP NIGHTS Starling and Mrs. Martha Brough- Miss Kathleen Hardee left Sun Long Bridge Christian Church ing Branch Sunday afternoon. essary repairs were made'' on the as guest of Mr. and Mrs. W D.
ton for a few days. club building. The committee Webb.
for a visit with relatives in Sunday morning and evening.HAMPTON
MtKH Till. 3&v TKUTUe Mrs. A. W. Broughton visited day + Mrs. J. Roy Quinn Is spending charge of arrangements was as
Clearwater.C. Rev. G. E!..
Juniper oil, Ruchu leaven, etc,, her mother, Mrs. Allen Cain Sunday some time hi Jacksonville. follows: Mrs. Ella Bird, chairman, McGaulty held regu
M. Griffis was a visitor to lar church services at the
to flush out excess acid and waste Misses :Mildred and Ruby Ches- Mrs. J. Belle Lawrence, and Mrs.E. Baptist
to Lawtey Saturday. Miss Ada NI....... C..rr.>pB.eat Church here last Sunday.Mr .
matter. Get rid of bladder Irrlta. entertained several of their A Smith. Seated at the speak
and Mrs. J. B. Crews of ser
Mr. :
Friends of Mrs. Morley
" thIn that caune waking up, frequent Volley L. A. Pringle;; of Starke, was the friends Saturday night with a er's table were: Dr. and Mrs. William and Mrs. L. W. Shrlver of
Lake Butler weer visiting in our will regret to learn, of her death,
"iJ; denlre- scanty flow, burningand section Sunday. which occurred Saturday night af guest of Miss Ada Nimmo and pound party. Quite a large crowd H. Crawford, Rev. and :Mrs. Jacksonville spent Sunday herewith

,!!; chu leaven, etc? In little green tablets Rev.. F. M. Taylor filled his reg- ter a couple of week's illness. She Rupert Mrs. Lawrence and Rev.B. :Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Gainey mo-1

.. I I called Buket the bladder laxative. ular appointment at the Baptist leaves to mourn her loss, a husband day.Rev.. Butler, of New' River time.Mr. of R.. Weld. tored to Starke Sunday attar )
Church here Saturday and Sunday. and five children and numerous ., and Mrs Phillip Sullivan
t .
In tour days It not pleaeedt' preached at the Christian Church
R the Miss Edith Wiggins spent the
the Clay Jacksonville are announcing
go back and vet your !Go. Get your Mrs.. Annie Ward is visiting her relatives through lost and evening. noon.Mr.
Sunday morning
Hill settlement. Interment took arrival of a son born March 4, Mrs week-end In Lake City with and Mrs. A. E. McKlunej! |
[ regular Bleep and feel "full of pep daughter Mrs. Florrio McKlnney Mra. Day from Plant City'visited
friends motored to
at Long Branch Cemetery Sullivan will be pleasantly remem- Saturday,
,tt, Mitchell's Drug Store at Sampson City. her sister; Mrs.1 G. P. Wads-
Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock.L. bered here as Miss Bertlce Gas- Mr. and Mra. Max C. Harrisonand Mrs. H. P. Gainey and children,

irvt. L., Grant returned Sunday worth this. welk) kins.. The little fellow has. been daughter left last Thursdayfor and Mrs. R. B. Raulerson and chil

Try Faster Way from a couple of days visit with Mrs. F. :M.'Taylor had as her named James Phillip. their home in Pittsburgh.Mr. dren were visiting Mr. ant, lira..
guest this week;; her sister, Mrs.
" his family at Zephyrhllla. Webb of The many friends of J. D. Peele and Mrs. D. O. Stewart haveas R. W. Branuen In Lake Bullet

Rep. Wesley Larson of Keystone Pearl Tampa. will regret to learn of his Illness in their Miss Elizabeth Friday afternoon.
Your Colds at the guest
Relieve will
to Heights was. a visitor here Mon. Rev. Lyle preach the Lake City Hospital. Mr. Peelo Stewart of Montreal, Canada. Mrs. L. H. Futch of Lawtey and
Church next Sunday morning -
:; Baptist la In- was hit by a car at the curb mar- Mrs. Frank Thomas, of Mead- Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Crosby of Jack

Medical Discovery Bringing AlmotttInftant day.Rev.. 8. E. Godwin of Maxville and eveningEverybody.. ket In Jacksonville last: : Friday vllle. Pa., arrived Monday from sonville spent Sunday here ai

\J. ,. R..llCo Million Leld services at the Baptist Church vited.J. F. Johnson: of Havana, buttormeJ'ly night.. His many friends wish him St. Petersburg for a visit with Mr. guest of their parents Mi.. aDd
Sunday morning. a speedy recovery. Mrs: P. A. Crosby.
and Mrs. W. H. Ogden.
of town
our was
K Mrs. Jean Gaskins was called to Mr. and Mrs Livingston Raw j
and Mrs. C. Larson
mmmmmmmm OIRfcT10NgThe Mr. Wesley
visitor here last Saturday.
o. t. Jacksonville last week on the account were visiting friends In Trentnj(
DON'T NEGLECT The W. M. U. met at the announce the birth of a seven and
simple method pictured bere is Baptist
of the illness of her daughterMrs. Monday night.
\. home of Mrs. L. R. Kalch last ono-half pound son, Monday,
; the way many doctors now treat We to that
Phillip Sullivan.[ are sorry report
I',.' o colds and the aches and paws colds YOUR KIDNEYS! Wednesday. The attendance was | March 18. at the Alachua County H. H.jvtott and Mrs Earnest Run
and devotional Hospital In Gainesville He has
bring with them! good, and a pleasant zIFFMiss are on the sick list at this writinj
I TF kidneys not working been named Charles Wesley Jr.
your are hour while
It is safe was enjoyed an
as a lure.
We all wish them
L ,. will relieve L right and you suffer backache, interesting was rendered. Lulu Mae Lewis. C rre.ponilent Mother and son are doing nicely a speedy re
For it so program
T.blots.QUICK way. .
'rJ. 1 1'.'" 2 BAYER Aspirin (.Ilz7lness, burning scanty or too Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Pangborn covery.
of Starke a
cold almost fast Prof. Beasley, was
e Mike wire you pt the BAYER ordinary at as you ifi'equent urination swollen feet and Miss Rhoda Thomas returned to +-
Tablet& ask i. visitor' last Saturday left Wednesday for their home In
you it. business here -
caught f inkles; feel lame, stiff,' "all tired her home In Jacksonville after CLEWISTON CKLKIIIiVira
Ask your doctor about this. Andy out" use Donna Pills. spending a few weeks here with Meadville. They expect to visitIn CLEWISTON Jubilant bar

when you buy. be sure that you get Thousands rely upon Doa,,'.. Mrs. W. B. Alexander, of Starke, her parents Mr, and Mrs., J. B. Marlon and Gelllon,. Ohio, en- vest festival marked the close of

' the real BAYER Aspirin Tablets. ,(!They are praised the country over. was the guest of her mother, Mrs. Thomas. route. the United States Corporation's
y fir ''Get Doan'i Pits today For sale by Mr. and Mrs. J. Russell Hall Sugar
r iii ? They dissolve (disintegrate) almost M. L. Maynard ,last Saturday Miss Hazel Thomas returned big mill and Jam
++ Instantly. And thus work almost instantly all druggists. Mr. and Mrs,. Aaron Minton attended were in Gainesville Tuesday. .
afternoon after J. the
home- set
Sunday Harrington pronounced
when take them. And Graham last W .W. Klncald of Niagara Falls
you pt cachLugrat ,
iiDOAN' S a weelc In Jacksonvillewith son the best In the history of BU
PIL.lS > v*;* [pending and waa 'host .
.. for a-fiarnlo. Genuine Bayer Aspuriif- Cunda: Keystone Heights;
friends relatives. In the
and gar production 'gladeiWhile
Pf Tablets disintegrate with speed and to a group of friends at a luncheon
irritating ,Clyde Kelley was attending to Inn for the complete figures of this act
--- completeness, leaving DO E'S at Keystone Monday,
Drink' 'ullllt..of wilir.' Repeal'particlees or grittiness. THE AID TO HERE'S THE AID TO business in Starke Saturday. purpose of Interesting this cOmmu- son's production of cane are not
2.trrilmriu in 4 hour*. R. B. Thomas was In Starke yet available 132,300 tons were
BAYER Aspirin prices have been FEWER COLDS. .. SHORTER COLDS nity In the strengthening and cultivation -
Monday. run through the plant' during Jon
rd decisively reduced on all sizes. sothere's of soil and the proper
VA-TRO-NOL .VICKS VAPORUB and Francis Russ of and officials confident
no point now in accepting VICKS a J. B. types of fertilizer for the best results uary are a

t 1 other than the real Bayer article you A FEW DROPS UP EACH NOSTRIL I JUST RUB ON THROAT AND CHEST Brooker were In our section Sun- Dr. Charles Northern of final check-up will show all pre

); want. day.Mr. Orlando, was the principal speaker. vious production records smashed.Constipated1.
and Mrs. Lonnie Mann and
h hI Dr. Northern, who was at onetime
wz children several of last
spent days
NOW connected with the University -
week at Fair Banks with Mr.
TMc"r of Paris has conducted research -
4Na Mann's : Mann.
p brother Mabry
work along this line all
I Mr. and Mrs. J. W Lewis and
15 over the' world. He madethe
sons, L. O. and Johnnie, and
statement that the ridge and lake
3 If throat b sure. cnwl wi stir J / / / 4u/i. daughter, Miss Lula Mae were visiting -
y Boll Y I:14 All"irin TiNi-K ,n e thud '...Ie.' .! on Genuine Borer AtplrinHodcolly Mr. and Mra. H. E. Thomasin section of this state is healthier The doctor say. .
Of eM a 11 uvuit I>M of MrnM mmttt Ci.'lIla almost l twice.liaumly.Yin, / Reduced ... All S//... I Full details in each Vlcks package J Jacksonville Sunday. than any other section he has ever

_.> .-. _... -... .--. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Polk and Mr. visited. In addition to Dr. Nor- Use liquid treatment
lYs thern other guests were Dr. Wil-
!and Mrs. Eurnle Johnson all of I Here advice
is the soundest anyodcan
liam H. Crawford, Dr. R. B. Gam-
: '
Brooker, were visiting their parents give on the subject of IlJxaU\
ble, and D. T Reamer of Mead- \\1
Mr. and Mrs.,Birt Stokes, It is based on medical opinIOn.
vllle Pa. and Keystone Heights, benefit of Urn
last Saturday and Sunday.Don't .' want you to have the
Bishop Thlrklel of New York City, Information no matter what laxativt
forget services at Rock
Mr. Doting of Melrose, Seth Kennedy ;you may buy:

church Saturday and Sunday of Lake Geneva, Dr. J.. A.. The secret of real reliefjrom conslj-
morning at 11 o'clock.RISING. u reduced You cam
Rupert. Erie Mecklem E. A. pation dosage.
S Smith, J. H. Houser and Frank regulate the bowels unless you "i
regulate the help them. inn
you /give
Merrill all of'
Keystone Heights. is doctors liquid IdxaUvt.! ;
why use a
Mrs. II. M. ..
MrRae Correspondent
measured to II
.---J: the dose can be :
Palatka's Ravine Garden's at- Avoid laxatives that can't cut
Miss Mildred Brown of Sampson you
tracting thousands. down in dosage: especially those thai
City was a week-end guest of Misses -
to larger doses
Eula Mae and Etta Fae Dyal' seem require
when you began their use.
and Vesta McRae. New Kidneys Under the doctor's care you uluaF
Fate Brown of Plant City is a The nil
I ly lid liquid laxative |
visitor here this week. It !too coal _d. your _I........ tlrwl asd liquid laxative gives the right kin

Mr. and Mrs. R..M. Crosby and Iaq lOde.ya fetridofNightRuin fop new ono, you.N."oWl would. auoa of help, and the right amount.a

children were visiting relatives at r-deall;: Rbeu_ Burning' ltehi, na.rnd help. Smaller and smaller dose*'

i Theresaa Sunday Acidity. ADaniTairunauoaalfctdnTfilM>rder*. until you don't need any.

L. A. Crosby of Jacksonville ado..JI.'d CYSTTEX: (tlf.rtulNust' i lix for; The liquid laxative generally slid

spent the week-end here with his .. to I dan or oxxuw beak. AI ell InTAKE "' 11. Is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin: U!!
contains tenna and cascllra-Dul"
family. laxatives that form no habit
Miss Bessie Colson of Green MIM'S IRON TONIC

Cove Springs was a dinner guestof FOR. RHEUMATISM
Miss Mertice Fountain Sunday. INDIGESTION (!1zNardIJ

Miss Ella Mae Manning of the Also use Mini' White 011 1

State Farm spent Monday night Liniment for Flu and JLSrR'UP. PEPSIN

with Vesta McRae.. Pneumonia.
.weI Misses Gwendolyn and Ernestine

Buddlngton and Arthur McRae -_.-

were shopping In Jacksonville Saturday -

!ih111111111111P Mr.Mr.and.and Mrs.:Mrs L.Floyd A. Crosby Crosby and and Oh dear! i I'm ,J. & P. COATS v,

children spent Sunday with Mr. always making best 6-cord thread

and Mrs.. Oscar Crosby at New: embarrassing breaks!
I River. 'would have you

I. Solid 8toe Tumt.Top" BoU. by .. 10-9.aondawtlataalZero-gtakik We are sorry to report that E. on for life/

._th. safest and most lusu.tartlna In any kind of weather., k C. Lewis la ill with pneumonia.We .

1 rloue bodies built today.: y. E....n CreateEconomy-nomatter > J. wish W. him a speedy recovery.
Buddlngton and daughters
4 2.Trtpl.-Bwl.d Hydnvlto Brake.wh, ar you now drive,Pontlac' Misses
Gwendolyn Ernestineand
the fintwt brake money can buy eeonuiny will be a revelation. rli Arthur
and Owen McRae
4 sealed ....h..' water and dirt. motored -
.. No DraltV.nUlaUea-th.lenulne Pontiac to Palatka Sunday and spent

'*' 3. 8peedllaed Styling-the)new!Silver!! Fisher Body Ventilating Sjrelera.f. : the day.

a< Streak dnelcn. that make Pontlaa .1n..Jloilouth.De4ue.sixaodtb.mo.tbe.uldbsltthiagoawbea4. Mr. and Mra. Eaton Brown and

S Eight provide the tried and proved AND IIGRTS children of Sampson City were

< 4. Completely 8ald Chassis-fully Jolt-pe of Knee-Action r..... dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs Willis -

IS protected. from water and_ dust 10. Luggage; and Spare Tire Cempait- .I.rr..... efeJS.., J If .l.'-..we.s.. .....JlW-.pr.1+ Dyal Sunday.
615 1M SIaM ( ;:. Mwl ....... 'The Rising extension of the
3. Silver-Alloy Engine During.notsupt.. room for all your _I. ..... Iw.! .,_.. Starke adult school opened Thursday
l and for .,e.5.,G.M.A.GTl..,
twice a* durable a* the ordinary luggage protection your oven night with nineteen

"' \ .I,,.. .. .par. W.r. > I'ON'IUC.HOTOa. COMI'4JT. Sl1NT1Ac; $!ICBICAreRegister Miss Buddlngton expects attending.a larger JUfT

enrollment In the near future. ANY ,

Motor Co.SIXES : Remember the prayer service every THREAD
Sunday night at Pine Level

r; Corner Walnut and, Madison Starke Florida church Wednesday and at.Corinth night. church every I I t



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.tt. MARCH Z2, J9S .. .. .. .. .. .. _. .. _. -.. ;
'II/D -.... -- -- ----- -- -- ------- -- -- -- ,
PreparingFor 1

{ Annual Play Bradford FUND High GROWING School wishes to Chapel Program Fri. wNERVE' ; -': ',{

School Journal fl thank the following merchants who --
Bradford High To Be Given April
have taken advertising space on Sir. BeHHle, )" Freshmen nave

our curtain. The list Is correct hMarch' Charge II '
I "Bell of Burcelon.f to B- Gh.t'nII..ro 18th. The Freshmen, of :Mr. Bealley'sninth d dI f
---- In S'hoolAuditorium
had of theHigh
Priest's lOc Store: Steinberg's; grade charge \ II
STAFF Senior Elections GO TO WALDOAt Jacobs; Stump's; Mitchell DrugStore School Chapel program last 0, .
the of the Garfield h.tThe ,
Friday. The program they
Cassett Hardware Co.; \ .
in-cm-------.for"*** Sapp Take Place Monday; Evans Epworth League Union at seniors are getting ready for ; In- was very good.
Harold ,
r ilItor-ln.Chlet-------h-O:::, Waldo last Thursday night March their big annual play. It's name White's Grocery;
trt, ): Excitement Rules surance; Peterson's Dairy; A &: P After a short devotional, which 1 ;
Edltor-Iun" wo wlr. 14, the following were present:: this year Is "The Belle of Barce Co. Included a abort talk by Rev. I"
.Ilernr.. W. lona" written Charles R. Cha
Hazel Adkins Miss by
enydei"NetMdt"r Kitty;
purse ____Loulae Price of the Baptist Church, a
'.lIt: .-----Sidney r -- lI.r"hfl.ld About 115 Votes Are Hogged Leslie Biggs, A. W. Anderson ney. It Is a musical comedy. This Other merchants and profession I reading: "Sleeping at the Foot of :(
EdItor -- 'Jnr Cast has been In al men of Starke will be given an '
Carlisle Elizabeth
At play never presented
!nteAalmnettt: deAreon: Kay this week to win the Bed," was given by Leoln Nor- 1,
opportunity help
Craig, Virginia Fugate Margaret ornear, Starke.If .
'rlnal", a"d IaemeVren: e.Cadmic getting scenery for our stage, man. Ii
Hair Edwin Green, Wlllla Smith,,
The annual senior elections took present plans carry through and use this medium of advertising Following this was a skit, "Just
EDITORIAL place last Monday morning midsta Robert Green Junior Adklns, In- the play will be presented on the : a
will reach Midnight.
that a great many people
Radio City Is one hubub of speculation and excitement man Green, and Ruby Dampier new stage here at the school house' \
through for an extended period of time. The Band forward
A trip The president, Woodfin Halle (l a The String came
and educadrips The following were electedwe on the night April fifth.
interesting and the i
The elementary grades and several numbers and 1
the winners of second gradute of B. H. S.) presided. Misa admission prices have not been decided played '
available. It Is a won- ( give high school have felt the need of after this Mr. Benson's two chil- IIP TO yen ears fa we-
beautiful also) : Kitty Hogged secretary to Mr. on as yet. tensta ';
aft high
fi and a place this and we every nerve *
structure stage equipment year dren two numbers.
rful at night.' Prettiest Girl-Martha Powell. Gray) Is the Union Secretary, The "Belle of Barcelona" has the gave Ne wonder you ena at the wtte ,I
especially to of
Igbt to see, buildings mak- and Mary L. Torode. several outstanding and beauti are hoping secure some After a few songs: and announce- and bark at the .hie.Watch '
In time for the '
There are three British Best Looking Boy Robert FISHERIES OF FLORIDA ful songs and choruses. scenery operetta ments, chapel was dismissed.Mrs. out Overwocinelerne 4
City. The- and other activities of the commencement .
Radio Anderson and Mrs. Perkins may lead to fOeepiee. .
ng up French building andtbe Chapman and Edwin Torode. By Mel\l\ Crosby The leading lady Is Frances
the season Nervous Headache Her** \
Wing, The Brlt- Most Popular Girl-Mary L. To Florida has extensive fisheries Cadman and the leading man la have charge of chapel the first keee.
,, C A. building. e. ladicestlon and a boM etf :1
R French buildings are rode and Mignon Stsson. along its coast line, which are ( Sidney Hershfield. They have a CLASS ROOM BONERS period today.BEKZLEIHJM. ether omplaasant divtarbaiteesv '

tout"five stories high while the Most Popular Boy-Charles Pen- more Important than those of any supporting cast of Charles Pender, Mother (at dinner)-Johnnie, 1 I Why don't you try Dr. If OasfBffarveeMsit ,::1
building la seventy-two der and Edwin Torode. other Gulf state, although they are Mildred Hundley, Dorothy Sapp, do wish you would stop reaching A TUEEDI.KIHTM NarrbM Tabktat l I
,R. C A. When walking to the Most Athletic Girl Mildred not fully developed. Shad, red Mary Lucile Torode, Robert Chap for things. Haven't you a tongue? Professors Of KnowledgeDear Jot one In a half flats et t

-&CA high. one has to walk be- Hundley and Myrna Frink. snapper, oysters, shrimp, mullet, man, and many others. Johnnie---Yes, but my arm can I'rof.1I I water makes a pleasant, sparkv i
building and the drink deUgBtfaDy .oothtoejto
was reading a story Meg
The Is of about two hours
chief play
Rween and the FrencnIbulldlng Most Athletic Boy-Keeffee Mar- and turtles are the fishery reach farther. >
the British duration, and w. know you'll like last page wall gone, will you tell onr-tazed mi nee.
rell and Merrill Edwards. products, and Florida has almost ..
which gives the scene a me what the first hunter said to Dr. UOee' Nerrlne II...VeMMle
effect. There are trees and Best Dressed Girl-Louise Sny- a monopoly on the American pro- It. Profeillor-What would happen hi twe forma-Llqnld .*. !
the second hunter when he missedthe
better and small pools In this der and Elizabeth Holllngsworth. duction of sponges. Alligators: If an irresistible force should meetan Kfferveeemt. Tablet. Both lass. ,I
Kin of the RCA build- Best Dressed Boy-Leslie Biggs are hunted for their skins and II,WE YOU HEARD Immovable body? lion. CM earn eoothlne effect. ''r
front sunken gardenn and Robert Chapman. there are several profitable "alli About the teacher who informed Modern Student-Nothing need Yours trulY JIM at y..r drag stars .i

Ing Is the famous Is found a fountain Best All-Round Student-Jessie gator farms". Pensacola Is said hU class that punctuate means happen. I contend that everything Donald McUue.Dear o MIl. ,

thin garden work of art. It Mae Brannen and Dorothy Sapp. to be the most Important fresh- that you must pause? From a could be adjusted by peaceable E''I''
that Is a wonderful and Is surround- cutest-Jerry Johns and Mil- fish market on the gulf. Florida! bright pupil he'get, this response arbitration. Donald! : E flflJ./7/I.et Ce 'j l,.{ I
ll. of bronze lie said "keep ahead of the
made -"An auto driver punctuated hla
fisheries, including all products are\
jcd by different colored are built lights In theTwall at dred Laziest Hundley....Sumpter Harley and valued by the state at around tire in front of our house Sunday He (who has been taking a correspondence game," ( JOY NERVINE! t
night. Aquariums and he for half hour" Dictlonarlly yours, t.t
the paused an .
around the garden'J have I Leslie Biggs. $14,000,000 a year, on aver course in lovemaking) The Profs. -
almost every Imaginable Most Studious Jessie Mae age. Apalachlcola is the center of Come, walk with me, darling,,
,fish About the little girl from Indiana
the oyster fishing industry, while
Brannen. and we will pick violets together d'
pecies.B. Friendliest Mary L. Torode Tarpon Springs, on the west coast,, visiting in Springfield who while the birds carol their roundelays
-Journal and Mignon Slsson. la the headquarters of the sponge ran to her mother and announcedthat FUNERAL DIRECTORS

H. S. Peppiest Mary L. Torode and Industry, and the largest sponge anyone turning their back 011Llncoln's She-But you know there are no uur l1"ny.1'1&. Experience Slakes It Possible for Us to Render

Enters Contest Mildred Hundley. market In the world.PERSONALITY statue would be fined $25. violets or birds at this season. EFFICIENT, PROMPT! and COURTEOUS SERVICE
Best Sport-Charles Pender and ----- Her conclusion wa/ derived from He-Ding It, that's right t I must MODERATE PRICES

Content I* Put On By' University Edwin Torode. SKETCHES the sign, which Hid, "Anyone defacing have prepared the wrong lesson. DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY i,
the statue,, of Lincoln will
Of Florida Most Dignified-Louise Snyderand Louise Snyder was born August
Dorothy Sapp. 31, 1917, at Keedysvllle, Maryland. be fined twenty-flye dollars. Little Willie-Ma, can me and ,
The Bradford High School Journal cute little baby w.... t
Most Conceited-Louise Snyderand one was a Johnnie have some cake?
Is entering Florida High MIgnon Slsson. bright red hair and blue eyes. She About the little' girl who was Ma-Not until you ask for it e

(School Publications contest con- Most Intellectual-Jessie Mae now has dark red hair and has asked her age, by the street car grammatically Willie.

ducted by the General Extension Brannen and Earnest Morgan. reached the height of five feet six conductor? She replied by saying Willie-Well, then mother, mayI
Division of the University of Florida Though some disagreed with inches and weighs 122 pounds. "I'd rather pay full fare, and keep have some cake? For Expert RepairingSmith's
dividedinto "
The High Schools are to myself.
some of the results, we feel sure Louise Is an outstanding student my age
A B C. areTin
three sizes, ,
that the right person was electedto and has an A average all durIng "Thla collection of stuffed animals
Class A. the right place In practically ev- her high school career. She About the abaent-mlnded parson Is worth hundreds of thousands -
1 To enter the contest we must who went to the restaurantand '
of ery Instance. It will be noted that la liked by everyone and la always I of dollars," said a guide as Garage
of Issue for his dinner.
submit one copy every ordered a steak ?
Jessie Mae Brannen and Louise willing to help and do her part. he conducted a party of tourists ,
School Journal.We waiter
the Bradford High When he was asked by .
first On- "life-saver" in the National Museum at
Snyder won three places. Louise has been a through
[ will be able to do this, thanks I If he desired it medium or well .1
and several oth- ly seniors, Juniors and sophomoreswere helping with newspaper material.She he "Well done thougood'and Washington. Phone 120
to Miss Olive Ray done replied, ,
permitted to vote. Is Society editor on the staff "What are they stuffed with? It
lers. faithful servant"TRIP
I this year and has done her part. must be money," commented one .
I This contest Is an annual affair, .
but due to several reasons, this Is WHY I LIKE TO READ TUB She was selected as most dignified TO SILVER SPRINGS of the visitors. Wrecker Service Day or Night 1ri

the first time it has been held In PAPERI and best dressed girl in Senior Although last Tuesday was rather -'
Class and although she Isn't conceited students of 8A and ,
for stormy
the last three years. like to read the paper IF YOUR "
; she was voted as most con- their teachers, (
I The honor will be the only com- many reasons. One reason I like 8B accompanied by y
pensation, If we win.. to read the paper Is because it Is ceited.; Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. Perkins, ,.,i a j
an Informant. It informs one as Some of her likes are: going to and Mildred Hundley and Alice B.REAUI..PAS .* s / : '

REVEREND PRICE to the things that are happeningin beauty parlor, dancing, moving Eloyster, enjoyed the day at Silver. ,. .. ,,,, *, ,: -_ 'I

TALKS IN CHAPEL other countries, of what is happening pictures, pretty clothes, eating Springs. <;; .p-1 '# J ,/'

A good program was_ presented In one's own nation or state sweets, going places, all of the The two buses, Sampson City A SMELL YOU
in the elementary chapel last or the things that even happen in 'teachers, arguing and brunettes. and State' Farm, driven by Mr. I .. foc,

(Thursday March"14, third period. own community. One Is Informed Dislikes are: conceited people, Brown and Mr. Montieth,' respec- Goo OS'L

I The program opened with a your' about International affairs l carrots; and spinach. tively, left Starke about 830.: Up- CAN'T FEEL WELL I ..(" '
short devotional composed of a that he wouldn't know anything I on arriving at their destination (C"q'c. e

I song, the Lord's Prayer and the about if he did not read the paper. On the third day of November the group had their picture taken w... ar M ..d- eve 15.4 ....,. R f.S'Dsoo t
Flag salute. The laws of the nations are made I there was born Into the family with George Oaceola. descendantof a Se r ....... 0fnM ass... '1 1" oJojDOt4R4s
I Rlv- black-headed Oaceola. Then all but t..ufw ee.drr ... -ar.ea II
Another song, "Suwannee 'of Dr. E. L. Biggs a Chief A
public by the newspapers. errs.. .. r.r ... pe... sf eri.rs
ler," was sung and then the Third Is that the 'baby who grew up to be the tallboy two of the party went for a ride Lear ell ...,. It mr r )
J Grade sang three songs: "Tick Another reason we now call "Doc"' "Doc" on the glass bottom boats Next -, ere .., .a4 r Mel Ire ..e.eiNaaws.t
is an educator. It educates ..... ... .d the.......
Tack" "Lullaby," and "Sleep, Little newspaper concerning the affairs -, likes hunting fishing, staying at hose who wished to do ao visited Mb. vh a w 1M.r -dNrq Km*. MV MtahiU 0
One, Sleep." a person the lake clothes and brunettes. the Seminole Indian Village; later mt ..M. M. Wk* to UM bO Jui..lll
I The Rev. Price of the Baptist of the world. work and came in second others visited theTeptlle" village. !. ... MM 9'ItIoI .___ "" *. .r C' o'9..4r\
dislikes .
.. ....
.....,. u.. Maur II -
I Church, made a very good talk on The third reason is that the paper as the laziest boy In the SenIor After visiting the souvenir shoos>> HVOT 1W -.rr = = -....... c :1

I"Doing Things." This waa followed Is entertaining. The papers class. He was the football and and other places of Interest we had ... ::. .. ,F.t'lit. .. .. ::
by a song, "Mother's Cookies," have funny sections for entertainment basketball manager this year and lunch (which of course Is of prime __1& 'ftIa i.ie...- .. -
I by the first grade. also the paper contains did his best to keep It out of debt. Importance on any outing I) Soon IoeIIr eery ... a .
three of wow ,...... ..... ..e'...
I After a short talk and announcements Jokes. These are only "Doc"' takes a great Interest In after lunch the group bid goodbye (IMa ....'t. ,rd we .... mr: a : PRESENTS
by Mr. .Gray chapel was the reasons that I like to read the fashionable clothes and deserves to the scenes they bad enjoyed err' .... er a ue.tl..i w .

dismissed.' paper. 'the title of "the best dressed boyin during the day and turned ..ease.. o.t Pme.. ta..n...w... .mar'rake.Lars tsarsLlta. the The pause that rcfrcuhc* nn the ntrTonlghtlRh -
Leslie has homeward toward "ole B. H. S" low el t-I- t..
Class. ,
the Senior : .,.. r-: euti. be 5, ., .p odl..01 popular mu.lc" ? )'D..m.n..UslI..2' ;,
HW helped the Senior class In many The happy sightseers arrived In oaf M :..r7"-'Y) SW. wbW I '
He Is always willing to Starke shortly after 3 o'clock and 1_ teethfp.. ... ..... &be vocaliiis._blcndiag' to produce: laterpretctioneofpopularmel- ,
ways. I. gray e.M. Atoll fer C.t.r. LIUIoLI odi.enever before achieved In radio.Directed by Frank Black.
"run errands" and serve In any all reported a moat" enjoyable 1'tfl. ". LC.e .... sw
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results throughout Florida for'more ) 4 IeAIMOe40 twMutifra .' I guarantee to deliver your berries consigned to ?t;

than forty years. They are perfectly bal-, I aoMt ono s ,T them In their store In New York for $1.20 per pint crate

lnced,for and clentlflcally prepared especially itlttt5 / f ; paying: for detention and precooling out of my own pock.
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lou can requirements depend upon of these every reliable crop.,: + ,fI A i have commission' house deduct 30 cent each.

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University of Georgia at Athens, was able to return to
Masons Entertained By Annual Baptist Training Two State his hh
Ga., la visiting: at his home here here Sunday.
< Monday From District Nine,
School Begins
Eastern Stars
this week. Rev. L. G. Sheffield
Monday EveningThe Beginning next Monday evening, Woodmen Circle Richard Thede. who Is attend- Farm preached to a large the c ?*,

'3ocictJj Starko Chapter Order of March 23: at seven-thirty o'clockthe Two state officers nom District ing: University of Florida at gatlon at the First Baptist ,

i Eastern Star met for Its regular B. Y. P. U.-of the First Baptist Nine of the Woodmen Circle of Gainesville, spent the week-end at here Sunday evening. '
will its annual Train- Vonda E. -
meeting Monday night at the Ma- Church begin Florida, of which Mrs. his home here. KINGSLEY IAKK 1l

. sonic Hall at which time the Chap- Ing School which will continue Inman has been manager for the A large party from here at-, There will be services (,

ter observed Masonic Night by Inviting through Friday evening. I past year, wall chosen: at the State tended homecoming day "at the Kingsley Lake at n.
Miss Dodd Invited to Join Miss\ Lois Long ChosenOn members of Bradford Lodge Miss Leo OIrier( ; B. T. U. direc- W. C. Convention In Orlando last First Baptist Church at Raiford Church an Sunday Missionary, March gaPW t,

Phi Kappa Phi at F S. C. W. Freshman CabinetThe No. 30, to be their guests.A tor of the FlutfBaptlst. Church of week. Sunday. I I o'clock a. m. Everyone Is 24 at 11'

; Gainesville, wpl be one of the Mrs. Irene Gordon Ocala was Pete Wainwright who recently I to attend. (Ib\111\;\
item from th-3 following news release from short business meeting was I
Below U a news and Mrs.
Mr. Bryant, director elected State Musician
Jimmy ,
News Bureau of Florida State College the News Bureau of the State College held when the regular routine of teachera.of Extension of North Flor-, Lillian D. Vickers-Smith, Leesburg underwent an operation at Starke -J. L. Sllcox Clerk,

Tallahassee, for Women. Tallahassee, will business was transacted, after -
for Women.
ida, B. S. U., now a junior at the was elected State Reporter. --
which will be of Interest to friends be of Interest here: which they were joined by the Ma- of will also be Installation was
Florida The Impressive
here of Miss Dodd: Selections of freshmen for the sous for a social period. An Interesting
a teacher Ui: 'the Training School. held last Wednesday afternoon. The Best ifl
Miss Louise Dodd nf: commission" of the program under the direction -
{ Margaret "freshman Miss Oliver will teach the book Mrs. Inman who was elected State e
of Mrs. L. A. Canova, chair- 111
.1 Keystone Heights, with an aver- College Government Associationand "Meaning of Church Membership"to Representative to the National
age of 2.39 for her three and a the "freshman cabinet" of the man of the program committee the Intermediate and Juniors, Convention, was presented a beau-

+(' half years of college work, was College Young Women's Christian was given aa follows: and Mr. Bryant will teach the book tiful corsage of pink carnations The Better' BeersON

iii 1 among the twenty-four seniors at Association have Just been madeat Reading, "Anxious" by Sara "Training In Church Membership"to during the Installation ceremonies,,
I ,Tlorida State College for Women : Florida State College for Wo- Barefoot.
District Nine, as a
I Lil- the a gift from I DRAFT and IN BOTTLESKitty'
I !+ out of a class of approximately men. Tap Dance "Impromptu" by esteem in which .
\)? 250, extended an invitation to Phi the number Is Miss Han Moseley accomponled by Mrs members of the B. Y. P. U. token of the hlgb
Included in of the
the Groves Pioneer
to attend she Is held by Lunch Service
scholastic Jeanette Kincaid. are urged to make plans .
Phi general honorary
f Kappa Lois Long of Starke who was District. Mrs. Inman also received -
' Solo Waltz-Mr. O. C. Registerand the school.
?i fraternity.An chosen for "cabinet." a lovely gift from the Starke (SINCLAIR SERVICE I
Charles Imbach.Impersonations .
to Phi Phil Mrs.
invitation Kappa
, An Only fifty-six girls were chosen News Grove of which she Is a member, STATION) R. J. ANDREWS, JR.
scholastic -"A Fish Story"by First Baptist Church
la one of the highest 223 Temple Ave. Mile N. of Court pouts
and "cabi-
'' for the "commission" Sheriff J. "Op- and a past Guardian.
'I"; bonors a student can receive at the W. Epperson; STARKE
net" from a freshman class of approximately Sunday, March 24, will com .
Mrs. G. A. -
college and only seniors in the upper era Singers
.,1, 700. plete the first year of Rev. C. B. LAWTEY -
tenth of the class making and Mrs. E. B. Wells.
,r The purpose of the freshman Price as pasto "'of the church. O. J. Phillip, Correspondent
; above a 2.2 average are eligible to I Readlng-"George Washington"I
. has
' cabinet Is to serve as a connectinglink During the year the church Reunion
Mack Futch.
An A at the college
} membership.
between the freshman class I made much in all phases
1a rated as 3.0 a B as 20 and C "Mock Wedding" of Masons and progress There have been On St. Patrick's Day the Fryer WHITE HOUSE CAMPBELL'S
Women's Christian of its activities.
and the Young
Eastern Stars. for a family reun- EVAPORATEDMILK TOMATO
as 1.0. Clan gathered
the church,
Association. The members assist Vocal solo "I Love You Truly," forty-four additions to ion at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.
*;: Miss Williams.Honored the executive cabinet in Its proj- Mrs. L. H. Hill accompanied by two candidates}for baptism and L. Harrell In Lawtey.
six under the watch care of
ects and receive Inspirational are
, i';. At W. C. State Convention training at weekly cabinet meet- Mrs.Members L. A. Canova.of the bridal party the church, waiting for their letters Four generations of the Fryer SOUP

''I Miss Gladys Williams captain Ings. were: On the first of the year the family were represented at this re
'. Woodmen Circle church adopted a weekly budget I union. Dinner was spread picnic
of the Starke Bride, Mrs. Edna Hart; Groom,
v Drill team was honored at the Garfield Evans League Union J. R. Howe; Matron of Honor Mra. and up to the present time the style on the large lawn of the Har- ItTAaI 1 ItatO

State Woodmen Circle Conventionheld Meets At WaldoThe Delia Hoover; Best Man, W. C. plan Is working very'successfully. rell home and the day was spentIn eat- Tall i Q(0 _ 512
a clan fellowship, 3 1 15'SPECIAL
in Orlando last week, when Wooten; Minister C. A. Futch; Throughout the year services have renewing Cans ____ 1O (WHIR'[{ONOMY RULSI Cans ._
' Union been conducted twice each Sun- ing and telling Irish jokes.
? she was chosen as chairman of the Garfleld-Evans League Ring Bearer W. H. Hart; Flower

Social committee. Miss Williams composed of Starke Waldo Girl, Mrs. C. A. Futch; Father of day and the weekly prayer meetIng Those present were: ,

also served on the decorating com- Hawthorn, Orange Creek and Mel- the bride P. M. Barefoot. each Wednesday evening. Mrs. A. A Fryer the oldest liv- LOW PRICES ON

, mittee. rose Epworth Leagues, met in Wal- Refreshments of punch and cake The Sunday School under the ing member and present head of

Miss Williams was a representative do last Thursday night. were served by the committee ut leadership of Supt. A. J. Thomas the Keeffe-Fryer Clan: Mr. and COFFEEAMERICA'S

from the Starke Grove and The president of the league, the close of the program. and a group ,of loyal teachers had Mrs. George W. McWhite. Mrs.

hog been prominently identified Woodfin Halle presided during the made a fine growth in member Llnnie Drawdy Mr. Elisha Fryer> '

with actlcltiea of the local Grove short business meeting and Miss Sub-Deb Club Meets ship. The monthly average attendance Mr. and Mrs. Oble Jones and MOST POPULAR COFFEES

'3 ever since its organization. Kitty Hogsed. transacted'her duties With Miss Peek has increased from eigh- daughter. Martha Ree and son FRESHLY ROASTED; FRESHLY! GROUND:

as secretary. Following the ty-five to one hunderd and twenty- Obie Jr., Miss Oneida WcWhite, EIGHT O'CLOCK RED CIRCLE BOKAR

business session a social hour was Misses Frances Peek and Edna nine for the month of March thus Mrs. Jack Half ield, all of Moullrie Mild and Mellow" 'Rich, full bodied' 'Vlgorous-tt

enjoyed when refreshments were Pearce.'were; joint hostesses last far. The teacbers have weekly Ga.. Miss Maggie Dolg and Mrs.
Lb. .17c Lb. 19c Lb. 23c
RITZ THEATRE served. Tuesday afternoon when they entertained meetings and are completing their Nellie Dolg of Gainesville; MM. .
Those attending from Starke the Sub-Deb Club at the second Teacher's Training Course. Julia Moore, Mrs Earle Owens and 'J

STARKB!, FLORIDA were: home of Miss Peek on East Madison Three new classes have been or- Mrs.'Less Rosa of Safety Harbor; DIXIE CRYSTAL-Finest Granulated
Misses Hazel Adklna Kitty Hog- Street. fanied, namely The Young Ladles Mrs. L. L. Conoley and son. Lee of

PROGRAMBEGINNING aed, Elizabeth Craig MargaretHair Miss Doshla Smith'was awarded Class. A Primary Class and a Montgomery, Ala., Mrs. Clarence SUGAR 5 lb. Paper bag 24c

Ruby Dampier and Virginia the high bunco prize and to Miss Hen's Bible Class The Sunday West and! daughter, Betty Jean of
Fugate and Leslie Biggs A. W. Tallahassee Mrs. George Inman
FRIDAY Lillian Moseley went the prize for School had Its largest attendance ;
Anderson Jr., At Kay Carlisle and Miss Vonda Inman of Starke; -- --
last Sunday with 134 being
low pres
score. FINEST SHORTENING Mb. Ctn. 4-lb. Ctn. 8-lb. Cln.
FRIDAY, MARCH 22ND"BABOONA" Edwin Inman and Robert Green, Mr. and Mrs. J. L.. Harrell and
Three new members joined the
A. Z. Adkins Jr., Willis Smith and ent.The Jr., Bill and Keeffe of
sons, Joe
G'' Woodfin Halle. club at this meeting they were W. M. U. has had a most COMPOUND 14c 55c$1.05
Misses Doahia Smith, Elizabeth. successful year.. They made a
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Johnson -- _
Craig and Lillian Moseley. substantial gift:to our denominational

-SATURDAY, MARCH 23RD OPEN DAY AND NiGhITHALES Delightful refreshments were enterprises Including Home Strawberry Shipments continue ION-With Tomato Sauce

served by the hostesses.. and Foreign ,Missions together Strawberry shipments
"Man From Utah", with local benevolences.The light from the local platform with PORK&BEANM6oz.caiL! 5c
truck shipments making up the :
John Wayne Christian Endeavor MeetsThe B. Y. P.'I U. conducted one movement from this place,

j. Also Chapter It "Th Lost City" I Christian Endeavor Society 'training achoo)., with an attend largest it is thought that by March 28, !Silver. Brook Print or A&P Fancy Tub-Finest Pure Creamery

And Comedy I ON ROAD THIRTEEN met at the Presbyterian Church ance of thirty'{if}ve,and, plans are carlot shipments will begin if wea-
8UN.-MON., March 24-25 Friday afternoon.;,al hree-thlrtJr being made for"? another school to their conditions will continue as BUTTER PerLb.. 35c
.. I be held next w'Ak. During the ,
at the
Lithe Dark"Myrnw o'clock. 7 they are present
,"Wings summer fo rte n young people attended ,
The with -
meeting opened
: Loy ,Cary Grant service and"Bible a song I the Florida Baptist Assem Shower for Mm. Doris McMillan IONA PI PLAIN OR
Also News and Comedy I memory work. In DeLand for ten' Beginning 0 U R
bly days. BRAND
NO MATTER A chapter In the Mission Study next The ladies of the city gave t I L SELF-RISING
; Monday evening
TUES.-WED., MARCH 20-27 Book, "Japan and Her People"was shower for Mrs. Dorla Burney Mc- 6-lb. sk. 12-lb. sk. 24-lb. sit 48-lb. aka
larch 25 o'clock
reviewed by Mrs. O. H. Lowry. at seven-thirty Millan, a recent bride, at the homeof
"The Captain Hates What Time of Day You Call on Miss Louise Jackson continued the ,the B. Y. P. U. will begin its annual Mrs. V. R. Reddish Thursday 25c 47c 89c '$1.756lb.
Training School. The course
t The Sea"Walter Us, You're Sure To Find Something reading of the book, "Pilgrims. i will continue afternoon, games were enjoyed by
through Friday
the number of guests present
Connelly Victor MoLaglen Good To Tempt Your Appetite Progress. ,I evening. large .
Alison SklpwoHh I After a short business meeting after which delicious refreshments
Wynne Gllmon-Walter Catlett I At conducted by Robert Jackson the I All departments of the church: were served.

Helen Vlnson I Members adjourned to the Manse 'have been requested to attend the PEANUT BUTTER Mb. jar 19c; 2 lb. 29c
where Margaret Lowry entertainedat I preaching service Sunday morning Make Homestead Exemptions
a St. Patrick's party. Games ; the Sunday School: will re- Citizens of the City of Lawteyare
1yb "SWEET MUSIC"Rudy appropriate to the day were enjoyed main In a body for the morning requested to make applica PINK SALMON Tall Can lOc

.VaUee--Ann D'Vorak Seaboard Station on the lawn. Mrs. Lowry as- service. tions at the City Clerk's office before -, OLYMPIA BRAND Selected-Soaked

Isled by Miss Louise Jackson April 1 for homestead exemp- PEAS 2 No. 2 Cans 15c
served refreshments.At Baptist W. M. U. Meets tion on their homes within the

c ., the next meeting which occurs city as after that date no exemptions SUNNYFIELD
The business and program meetIng will be granted. CORN FLAKES 7c17c
March 29, besides the regular 8-oz. Pkg.
iv of the Baptist Woman's Missionary -
routine work, book reviews will be
Union was held at the COCONOG Can
r given by members who have completed -
Church Monday'afternoon at three Miss Luella Tatum of DeLand .
books from the new Church -- -- ----- --
: U library, o'clock with Mra. A. M. Darby, Is the guest of her slater Mrs. G. Wlneaap Whole MilkCHEESE
It. president of the Society conductIng W. Roberts, this week. Fancy Cooking or Eating
the devotional service and Ib 23
P. T. A. Met WednesdayThe during: the short business presiding Friends of Gas L. Futch will regret APPLES, 4 Ibs25cORANGES
t. to learn of his serious illness Br..akf"Kt
session dz 12c SunnyfleM Sliced
Starke Parent Teacher Association where he
In a Starke Hospital un-
met Wednesday afternoon The' program was in charge of derwent an operation Friday. Grapefr't 3 for lOc BACON 37c
0's March 20. at three o'clock At Circle Three with Mrs. W. B. Al- AI/.
11 Mrs. J. P. Wyrlck Mrs. J. M.
he high'school auditorium. exander leader In charge. The topic Reddish were visiting in Jackson- Squash, lb. 5c Rath'* Cedar Valley PICNIC

Mrs. E. K., Perryman, president I was, "Lifting The Banner StrlngleH.
it .$ -' of the association presided duringthe Through Our Christian Colleges." ville Sunday. BEANS Lb. lOc. HAMS Ib 17c
M. F. Brown of Tampa was a
y .' .a business session and Mrs. E. Assisting on the program was Mrs. ,
M. Davis, transacted her dutiesas Warren E. Perkins, Mrs. R. L. business visitor here Tuesday Tomatoes, lb. lOc Oleomargarine

secretary. Mrs. D. A. Montieth, Kemp Mrs T. M. Hutchlngs, and Mrs. V. R Reddish spent the LEMONS doz 17c
: O treaurer?,gave her report and seven G. A. Girls who gave a special week-end with relatives at Ral NUTLEYElSc l

stated that the money received number "A Message To Give ford Lettuce, Head 9c '
of these from the play that was given last To The Nations," with banners of Mrs James T. Moore and little Celery Stalk 8c Have you tried the NEW

winter was used to buy shrubberyfor the different colleges. Mrs. Ruth son, of Plant City, were week-end ,
NUCOA Ib. 21e
,3 FAMOUS the school grounds Officersfor Courtney gave a talk on college visitors. at the home of Dr. and Bananas, 4 l Ibs. 19c

MAGAZINES t the new year were elected as life and Mrs. L. A. Canova gave Mrs. G. W. Brown. ___ _

follows: Vice-president Mrs. W1 an Interesting talk on the College Miss Autharlne Blanchard, of BAKING POWDER Royal 6-oz. Can 19c
and B. Parks; secretary. Mrs., E. :M Life at ,Florida State College for L'tkeland, Is visiting at the home I ,

y Davis; treasurer, Miss Madge Mid Women., of her parents, Mr and Mrs. A. M. ; ROYAL DESSERTS 4-Pkgs. 25c

THIS NEWSPAPER dleton. The president will be Plans are being made to organIze Blanchard this week. ,
elected at a later date. the following auxiliary organizations Mr. .and Mrs. L. G. Lanier of TETLEY'S TEA 1 3-8 oz. Pkg. 9c

ONE FULL YEAR The quartet from the senior high Y. W. A., G. A., Sun- Miami, are visiting relatives here DOG FOODDOGGIE

r school, composed of Misses Fran beams and R. A.'s. this week. 15c
ces Hemingway and Mildred Hund ----0-_ Miss Abbie Harley, who la em-

ley and Simeon Phillips and Sidney Mrs W. S. Cummings of Jack- ployed in Starke. spent the weekend IVORY SOAP 2 6-oz. Bars He

t nMcCALL'SMAGAZINE,1Yr. [J Woman's" Worrel..1 Yr. Herahfleld, who won first onville has accepted reappointment at her home here.

Pictorial Review .......1 Yr. 0 Hoeiehold M"ul" ...1 Yr.S I, place in the> interscholastic contest aa chairman of Florida State Miss Mattie Edith Rowe Is visitIng ,
; MYSTERY (Detective) .,.IVr.i Cepper'i Farmer ...,....1 Yr. i in Jacksonville sang "RockOf Chamber of Commerce Beautification relatives in Miami this week. GRANDMOTHER'S-FKESH, Plain or Sliced
i letter Hornet" & Ced..1 Yr. frofreitive Farmer ..:; ,.1 Yn. Ages. Rev. C. B. Price gavean Committee.
Louis H. Hill who Is
HOME MAGAZINE ...1Yr. Hem Circle ..........I Yr. interesting talk on the "Prob- H BREAD
[J I Sparta AtieM!. ..........1 Yr. 3 Illustrated Mechanic ...1 Yr. lems I I
of He '
a| NEW MOVIE .........1 Yr. 0[ The Farm 'four nil......lYr. Youth suggested THREE"BIG 'DAYS I4-oz. 18-0 24-c. W. Wheat
.0 ,.lhfi"derIW..kl,1( ) ....1Yr. [3 The Country Home....1 Yr.Mother's that all parents read a book entitled Palace Theatre -j
4' o| TOWER RADIO ...,...1 Yr. [0 Home Life....lYr. "Our Movie Made Children" FridaySaturday- SundayJACiSOYVILLE I [[6c_8c 'I lOc 16-oz8c 168c
o Cood Sleriet ..........1 Yr. 0 Southern AIiculturl.t..1Yr. und also spoke briefly of four Institutions MARCH 22, 23 21 .
] SERENADE (Rwncnce) ,.I Yr. Gentlewomen' Ma..iine?I Yr. I the movie the school, I-LA.
B I Open Road (iIoyd.) ,... ..2Yi. 8 Successful f..1; the home and the Church and MAT 33c EVE. .JOe MARY ANN Fine Unbolted CORN e
NeeJtecraft ............I Yr. Home" Friend ..........1 Yr. I -os THE STAGE- -
stressed the fact that the homo

I'a' Check 2 UlJu/nes thus (:*) Check t Magazine thug (*) i U the most Important of these and) "BLUE RIDGEMOUNTAINEERS" i MEAL 10 Lbs. 24c

that the! parents should realize this ,
,. .........U ............................. ana Uo things. for their children in #; I II IONA-Red Klpe. Full Pack

f MAIL THIS COUPON NOW I i tho home. fret. L. A. Gray gave The Greatest Hill Billy Show I TOMATOES 3 No. 25c
II r a short talk. He stated the way ,, On Tour I Cans
Cheek the "three ......h..*desired end saws Uil with to teach children character: : is to r
rear erder. Fill out coupon eereruUy. J Featuring WINNER-Rock Ground
JI them do by doing and that the /

H .i Gentlemen t enclose C .- 1'1.... .."eI. I children needed supervision and k' euu Bell IJnle nnd Hash Gibson Moonshine Joe. Roberts10Plern mil GRITS 10 Lbs. 30c
I i me the three roue a.w.p.N.r..ea.d. wiU yeueubecrlptloa I by teachers and parents
/ W while they are performing. t Hillbilly String Kiuid-10 DELICIOUS PRESERVED

Ilxatt I their activities. DONT' MISS IT

Mrs. Jeanette Klncl d's flat, Arrange Your Party Now! FIGS 40-oz. Jar 33c

smear OB ..P'!).. t grade and Mrs Edna Hart's fourth -O.Y THE SCKEEN
grade tied for the prlie: for having --"'"

TOWN AMD STATE*. i the most parents present at the "A Dog Of .Flanders TilE GREAT ATLANTIC & PACIFIC TEA COMPANYafcLajtfr. :
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uP,\ .MARCH....... __22..1035 _______.____.-___ ___ ___ ___BRADFORD__ ._____. COUNTY_ ._____._TELEGRAM_ _. __._ _._ .STARKE.__ ___n___ _--FLORIDA_-___-- --- --... -- ".,- .-- ". -- ---. ------- ..-- _P_.GIVE u.____. .. <3) f

G. W. Alderman, of Tallahassee, County Commissioners II. V. GUM BRANCH parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. H. L. "D"j j

spent Alderman the week-end here with Mrs. NAT SEZ: LJ Saxon of Hampton, R. T. Osteen Mini, Elizabeth: IIurnitK, Car ,. wards I i, I t i
at their home on Wal-
of Brooker and M. Rosier of ;
J. -- J F, Shaw and daughter, Geraldine "
Bits of nut Street. I Merchant can be divided Into Lawtey, were In Starke Monday, L. D. Johns of; Graham spent and Shirley Ann were vis- j/\
three classes first there is the a call meeting: of the Board having the week-end at the homo of J. S. King L. L. Conner Sunday after J||I
:Mr. and Mrs H. J. Sewell and been called. 3 pp.
daughters, Sara and Betty Jo of merchant his merchandiseand that thinks ne knows I Mr. and Mrs. II. Keene and fam- noon.Mrs Carrie Shaw and daughter "!1
Ne Gainesville, were visitors here Among those attending the John .
Local very often ily were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. Mrs. Emma Shaw were visiting J. \
Wednesday. tells his custom-,.[ i Charles Thomas Concert In Gainesville N. Norman Sunday. A. Harnnge and family Sunday af i ,\
Monday night were"Mrs D.
PEOPLE BUSINESS AND er that what he Mr. and Mrs. Albert Williams of ternoon.
CONCERNING George H. Inman was in Orlan- E. Knight and son, Paul, Dr. and
Is Jacksonville the and children : :,
selling Is of were guests of Mrs. Carrie Browning -
do last week attending the State Mrs. H. B. McLendon and Col. and i I
PROGRESS OK K. and is really I Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp Sunday spent Wednesday night wltn I
W. O. W. and Woodmen Circle Mrs. H. V. Knight.
Convention.Mrs. honest in his belief p P Harvey Edwards of Plant City, her parents, Mr and Mrs. H. L. .r
but he justdoesn't Is spending a while here with his Edwards. {if
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Williams
know | .. j jI
B. Jacobs, Mrs. Wm. Do- and daughter, Frances and Mr.
H. Green was visiting Merrill McMillan:: spent the first brow, Mrs. C. H Nasworthy and any better. and Mrs. F. D. Vant, of Valdosta.
?Mrs A at Ralford Sunday. of the week on a fishing trip, near Mrs. G. H. Meadle, spent TuesdayIn Second: there I Go., were guests Tuesday of Dr. I
is the merchant
stives Ocala. Jacksonville. and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell at their l lIj
that I Growers Notice
Lewis B. Hamilton, of Theressa and home on Madison Street
Wednesday E. J. Roberts of goods ;
! here Lawtey was
II visitor Leamon Ward, of Lake Butler, knows
S here Monday visiting his son-in- that they are sorry but still Misses Lois Long and Evelyn 5k
Brooxer, was was attending to business here tells his customers what he ,
3iro John Mott of law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. that Stump students at the State College !- Ij
Vt'or here Monday afternoon.. Tuesday. J. W. Andrews. Is selling them Is all right; he for Women Tallahassee, spent TO THE STRAWIIERRY GROWERS OF BRADFORD COlTNTYI
makes more money on what he Is I the week-end here with their respective '.t\t\

Alvin ciemonH. of BrooKer afternoon.was Mrs. Enoch Grlffls of Lawtey Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shaw and selling but not for long. i parents, Mrs. F. H. Long I win to be on the ground thin season to nt nd behind the "
visitor here Monday Third, there Is the merchant who and Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump.
was a visitor here Wednesday children and Mrs. Carrie Shaw, of grower. f';

Attorney- H. O. Brown was .a morning.Mrs. the State afternoon.Mrs. Farm, were. visitors here tects knows his good customers merchandise by selling and that pro- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Parka are an- FIRST. My platform Is fair and square dealings.I f
here Saturday.Don Saturday nouncing the arrival of a son, on
visitor kind his at the ,
ufesslonsl even though profit shall have wires every day so the growers will know :
T. W Shuler of the State time of each sale. Is not so big. Wednesday. March 13, at the home the market.
made businessp M. E. Edwards, of Jacksonville of Mr. and Mrs. T D. Rlckenback- J i
Hoover Farm, was a visitor here Tuesday If your conscience will permit,
last week. Is the guest of her son- er on Madison Street. Mrs. Parke
Alabama afternoon
to Ozark please put me In the last class.
... in-law and daughter, Judge and i prior to her marriage was Miss SECOND. I shall work for a reliable house only. ; ,,

Mrs. John B. Crews,. of Lake Paul E Knight spent last week- Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. Very Pretty I Loulebelle Carter. The growers must put their fruit up right If they want ',;

tier, was a visitor here Thurs- end at the Kappa Sigma House in Mrs. L. W. Strickland and chil- SEERSUCKERMATERIALS I Mr. and Mrs. C. Wesley Larson the top market for It. 1,

v. Gainesville. dren of Wildwood have been guests of Keystone Heights are announc-
this week of her parents, Mr and Hate Just Arrived ing the arrival of a son, Charles I shall have reliable truck drivers only and one who know ( ,I
Mrs. G. W. Brown Tuesday of Lawtey after-, T, D Dyal and Levy Prescott of Mrs. J. C. Manning. 49c Yd. Wesley, Jr., on Monday, March 18, how to get the berries, to nuirkrt In good .Hhax| >. J j!
visitor here the Brooker section, visitors
s a were at the Aluchim County Hospital,
Ion. here Friday. T. L. Williams, of Miami, WAS Get the BentMunsingwear Gainesville. Mr. Larson Is a for- United UP t"lIcl. Dhld.'d \V'c' hall ,jJ)

Brownlee of Jack- visiting friends here Sunday aft Hosiery' mer member of the faculty ,of Yours very truly,
Jiss Martha Mrs. Whitfield, of tho
Bryan ernoon enroute to Opp, Alabama, Bradford High School and he and I
wllle, will be a week-end guest State Farm, was here Wednesday for a visit with relatives. Chiffon or Sen Ice Mrs. Larson have a host of friends C. C. GRIFFIS
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. visiting friends. 79c and $1 here who will\ be pleased to offer

Mrs. Dnlton L. Blackburn of For Men
-- -- -
sonville, was a guest Sunday of
A Lawtey, was a visitor here Wed- her brother and sister-in-law, New Sport Shoes
afternoon. I IPt'RE
WORD nesday and Mrs. A. Z. Adkina. .
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N A S W 0 R T H Y' S COMPOI'NI: f''
Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Carradlne of $2.98 Pr.

COLUMNR Lawtey,afternoon.Mrs. were visitors. here Wednesday C.The T. U.weekly will be meeting held Friday of the after-W. Shipment Jmt" Arrived LARD I P T OGROCERY LARD.'

RENT-5 Room Cottage, noon with Mrs. W. E. Daugherty. EASTER FROCKSCopies
Iwlth bath. See J. M. Morgan. The hour is still 3:30: o'clock.
Alaxle Carter and childrenof I of $15 Model PI

LNTED-Lady or Gentleman, Highland were visitors here Mrs. L. S. Hutto and Mrs. A. H. $6.95The Pound

imerlcan born, to assist In or- Tuesday afternoon. Hall and little daughter, Sharon, FINE FOODSSPECIAL 4Lbs.55c. ;
ilzatlun of a Council of All are enjoying a visit with relativesat PrettlentCHILDREN i
erlcans, In Starke, Fla. Every Mrs. J. H. Moore and Mrs. W. Orangeberg South Carolina. FROCKS
erlcan should enlist In this H. Edwards of Lawtey, were visItors 15c PRICES
Information W. L. Gray, here Monday You Ever Sn\v
rk Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Poppell and
x 663, Jacksonville, Fla. It* I! daughter Ava Lou, of Hastings, 98cI [ FRIDAY & SATURDAY, MAR. 22-231
Col. D. E. Knight was in Talla- 1 M
In Starke Saturday visiting
'ALLING CARDS, any size, hassee Wednesday to meet with Perkins. could Just go right on down
and Mrs. Warren E.
00 for 50; $1.50 for 100. Mono- the Pardoning Board. the line but It cost MO much an S No 2 Cans PEARLGRITS

mmed 100 envelopes stationery, $2.73., 100 Bradford sheets Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Surrencyand little Mr. daughter and Mrs., F.Mary A. Canova Anne, and of Inch. It pays to buy at TOMATOES25c I Fruit & Vegetables f

unty Telegraph. Phone 29. tf. O. W. Barry of Brooker were Gainesville, were here Sunday visIting STERNBERG'SStarke
visitors here Saturday. ,Ik
R SALE-Now ready full strain Mrs. E.; E. Canova and fam-

toourl Reds Setting Eggs Mr. and Mrs. George W. Thomasof ily. FloridaThe 8 Ibs. 25c LEMONS, Doz. 15c {y,
iranteed. Orders booked for '
ire delivery. Eggs 5c each. Mrs. Gainesville, were visiting friends Mrs. Edward Burns, Mrs. J. E. CANELETTUCE, Each .. 72c ;i'
here afternoon. sixth classes of WHOLE GRAIN PURE iJ
Monday two grade
G.! Lewis, 305 N. Church St. Wilson and Carl Smith spent the Fresh Tomatoes
week In Miami attending the B. H. S. with their teachers, Misses lb. lOc ,
FFICE SuPPLIES: Typewrlt- Mr.Sand Mrs. James Lambe and past Conference of Welfare Work- Rosalind Jacobs and Edna Strick- Sweet
State Potatoes
SUGAR 10 Ibs. 15c
Ibbona, adding machine ribbons, Mr. and Mrs, John. Tej-ry,. spent ers land, motored to/Ptfutka Wednesday ,
bolt' paper, typewritstipaper, Sunday afternoon irf Palatka.-' where they visited the Ravine Lge Grapefruit, 3 for lOc '',,1

ling machine paper second Mrs. John O. McNamamara, of Gardens. j. 51b .,_ __ 22c 51b 25c :"
eta on sale at the Bradford Col. D. E. Knight spent Monday ? New Potatoes 3 Ibs ,
St. Augustine, is the guest this ." ... 10 c ,
nty Telegraph office- Phono In Green Cove Springs and Jack-J I week of Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggsat Mr. and Mrs. Earl L. Lehman Tender -$
tf sonville on professional business. their residence on Walnut of St. Louis, Mo., were here last SWIFT'S BORAX FLt CANE Squash, lb. .. .5c

---- Street. Thursday visiting Mrs. Lehman's Eating Apples, doz._ .20c ',
uncle and aunt, Col.and Mrs. A. S. SOAP SYRUPGallon
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green and Crews at their residence on Wal-
Emily Post. daughter, Elise spent Sunday in nut Street. BANANAS 4 Ibs. 15c

Jasper visiting Mrs. Green's broth- 5 Bars lOc 50c r
er-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Mrs James Shepard and daughter -

C. F. Johns. Miss Lena Belle, of Milliard, ,.j.jJr'
are guests of Mrs.hepard's son-
On Writing Materials Miss Beatrice Cady of Jackson- in-law and daughter,Mr. and Mrs. \

ville, spent Sunday at Kingsley C. A. Knight at their. residence on POTATOES: .: 10 Lbs. 10c'I I
Lake visiting her mother and sister Call Street.
and Miss
Mrs. F. B. Cady -
Beverly Cady. Mrs. LG. Powell was a guestof

Miss Beatrice Campbell, of Binghamton last the Monday Lake Butler afternoon.Woman's March Club 11. COFFEE Charmer can 17c SNUFF 3 Cans 25c

PAPER FOR MEN PAPER FOR WOMEN N. Y., was a guest Thurs- at its regular meeting when she
"t' day of Mrs. W. N. Johnson, en gave an address on spring flower VEGETABLE ORTOMATOSOUP'Can
Good taste exacts that itaWhite, cream, all blues route to her home from a tour of gardening.Dr. .
tionery for all men be very grays and mauves. Very pale South Florida.Mr. 5c TOBACCO;'2 Plugs 25c
powder pink bond paper IsI' and Mrs. H.- McLendon -
conservative Color of writ- Just on the edge of possibility and Mrs. Wilbur A. Scott and Mrs. E. S. Matthews went to I CARROTS OH txt.
cream, the but to be avoided by the un- spent several days this week In Jacksonville Wednesday Dr. and IIARTIJCTTPEARS

deeper shades of blue, or any knowing. Size: Very small DeLand visiting Mrs. Scott's broth- Mrs. McLendon returning home PEAS No. 2 Can lOc No. 2 Can
of the grayish mixtures or medium large, single or er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. the same day but Mrs. Matthewswill 20c
known double sheets. Very smart Walter Glatzau. remain in the city for several
as granlte.Plaln'(
Is the double sheet of paper weeks. AIAXWELLPound HOUSE ALL HOURS
gray( Is I better for an older that fits without further foldIng Mrs. C. A. Knight was removedto TIP TOP MARKET ]

wan than for a young"one). i' into a big envelope. Any her home here Sunday from St. COFFEE COFFEEPound ,
Smarteht style of paper: Elthcolored border fashionable- Vincent's Hospital, Jacksonville, ''
er bond or Irish linen or even green or red-If It be where she underwent an operationthree G Salt Mackerel, 2 for 15c ,

granite. Any other' plain''' very narrow but gilt or silver weeks ago. FLORIDA TENDER FED .29c 17c ;
Paper with cut edges, proper. edges tabu. Stamping: TENDER WESTERN 't t
size: Large rather than Monogram, Initials or address Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch have
"mall size: Double sheet In color to match the been having quite a bit of repair I RIB ROAST Ib. 23c FULL rjKEAMCHEESE: SPAGHETTI i 1;:
:S 1-2 8 1-2 Inches is best border. A girl's nameeith.- work done on their home on North ,
taster Single sheet .slightly? er "Mary Smith" In full or Temple Avenue, and have had the WESTERN
'larger. Unlined envelopes "Mary," embossed In color exterior painted. R
with plainest flap. Stamping: Is popular for a young"girl : I ..
Address David and Miss ,Pound 23c
or block Initials: or' when writing to her own Mrs. Josephine < f..
full name and address., (Mr. friends. On paper for social Patsy Brinson of Hugh, were here WESTERN Package .. 5c w

Is never included under any use the address without the Wednesday visiting their sisters, L BEEF STEAK Ib. 25c SMOKED!: ''4,
circumstances). A man'a name Is proper on the flap Mrs. Hulda Corpening and Mrs. ,.,OREO
Business address is put on of the envelope as well as on Charley E. John FANCY WESTERN +
the face of the envelope raththe paper-or if the monogram -- BACON
er than on the flap. Personal or name is stamped on Miss Myrtle Strickland has re- S ROUND STEAK Ib 30e HEADS
paper i> has the address (If paper, the address Is often turned from a three weeks visitIn Pound 22c %
any) across the flap. Color put across the flap of the Hernando as the guest of her Pound
r stamping (or printing): envelope. Ink: Black, neutral brother-in-law and sister Mr. and HAMS BEST': CREAMERY 12'2cBEST
Lbs 22c
back or blue or gray or tint, blue, violet. (Green Mrs. A. G. Ludwig. WHITE .f
brick red. Ink: Blue or black. and red are tabu). BUTTER
Mrs. A. C.Durden and Mrs. C. O. DON'T FORGET FANCYCHUCK BACONPound '

Hoppe and little son, of Tampa are
e guests of Mrs. Durden's daughters, GASSETT'S ROAST 21c Pound 37c 20c t

etto Kincaid, this week
DIVIDUAL NEEDS WE HAVE THE PAPER Mrs N. F. Guilford and Mrs. J. 6 LFJS. 12 LB.S. 21 LBS. fi

THAT IS SURE TO PLEASE. OUR PERSONALLY _;I. Ritch, spent Wednesday Mrs. Kltch'j In I i

PRINTED TIlE DICTATES STATIONERY OF'GOOD NOT ONLY TASTE CONFORMSTO BUT THE I son Mrs.Gainesville and J. Hamilton daughter-in-law Ritch. Mr. and Win A Bicycle I FLOUR 25c 45c 87c

MODERATE PRICE' OF $1.25 A BOX PLACES IT A. E. Wall. Jr, a student at the I r

WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL. SEE OUR SAMPLES University of Georgia, at Athens, Inquire At Our Store i
Is spending the week-end here at 'I :
the home of his uncle and aunt. For K*iSTART Wesson OU Pt. 22cNASWORTHY'S
Mr. and Mrs. W L. Wall. I

Mrs. W. G. Halle Is In Mrs. GUI'
private hospital recovering froman NOW -

I Mrs:Halle's many friends are gladto ,
proving.know that she Is steadily\ ,, im- Contest Closes April 27

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WIND DAMAGE authorizing
.1"A!': .aAl2 aw.+Ee.ta..e lar.Aes '''''' ..... -" --- .-- EAU GALLJE-High Allen Oppenhel" '""."!18 na

With Our FarmersBy r-- first of the week caused .st-i-12 ALAI'tq! : "0 ."+

able to citrus
II damage ORDER Oil'

I ) LIVE STATE NEWSNews this section whose owners 'la hereby PI'tlLle1l0fNOTICH rppl. ,

: FARMERS SECTION AUBREY: FRINK been holding their fruit for a Olcott and wife, wit HaiuettlT aa,;, !
: ter market. In some ., whose plays ..r ,
I of Florida In Short Paragraphs groves grapefruit trees La'nd'Bank York ot thol"H'dUh Ih',
't Conducted by Demonstration Agents ly were practically stripped has filed C'luIII"lo'
Probably not many people In .J a 1:111: oi\'
Bradford County know that the fruit. New growth also ot agalnnt : I
State Fish Hatchery is preparedto w.. signs of being badly burned Chancery /
.-- --- --- exposed to the full force of .ag. WfWgyM
furniah free of charge, finger- .. .
bass and other small fish for wind. Truck gardens County. FIurtOu! Mint,
restocking rivers and lakes from WAUCHUUA The Wauchula a slight extent. nee fof n\V'ktof NEirlfisl'' ;q'
workers -
RURAL I" Hints To Housewives DA VIE--FERA 23. Town..hlp 5 ..
As our lakes and rivers are pret- Opalocka and a squad of county berry auction shed saw much: activity CHARGES QUASHED East, thence rUn HOUth Woat!lan ljI''

COMMON SENSE ty well fished out. It would be very prisoners were Bent here to aid In this week as more than 200- MIAMI Conspiracy thence West*> i uuiit fin .. .,
I Weekly! from Home Demonstration desirable to get them re-stocked checking a smouldering fire which 000 pints of strawberries left the against Police Chief S. D. line of said (3 quarter 1-a rode 10 'Vi.'*'"

q By SPUDS JOHNSON Speclallitto, Tallahassea and I would like to suggest thata has eaten more than 5,000 acres ol local cash platform for northern ry. Police Captain Frank South thence line South twemy rST'1*

goodly number of people In rich Everglades muck land west of markets. This weekly increase in and Robert Knight brother lion; thenoe of East said'80 qllArle.rod| I lito'I

WHEN DIRECTORS SERVE TilE POPULAR POTATOIn Bradford County make applicationto this frontier: town.INSURANCE. shipments was due to the showers former city commissioner thence line of North said 80 quarter' .to I!,./
the Commissioner of Conservation visited this section early last roil' u.. ffi"
MEMBERS ABOVE SELVES most American households quashed when the cases were b..lnnln. West 3.4 or .
9 1'i COOPS WILL GROW FAST the potato is served more often Tallahassee Florida for fish REPORT week. ed for trial The three 5 ot South BE" ot Range Section U 22, Tow.'b sk!''

|r Not long ago the foreclosure of than any other vegetable. For and with streams which this to restock our lakes TALLAHASSEE-State! Treasurer were Indicted by the Dade talnln", 60 acre... Ent more and or ea lea

this reason it should be treated year W. V. Knott has reported that FIGHT OYSTER PESTS grand Jury for conspiring to THEREFORE"III Nothedareua
'yy a mortgage on a residence property with the consideration It deserves. Last year Hon. Charles Johns Insurance companies operating in .TALLAHASSEE-State Conser- struct justice by ordering required to 10 lho ,
ty in a Northeastern state caused a and the writer applied for these : vation Commissioner George W. of Complaint ao filed,
The food value of the potato as Florida had "net premiums" total- tives not to operate in the on the l.n*"
1 respected citizen to lose his home well as the flavor and texture fingerling bass. About MOO were ing $39.573.983.88: and "net losses" Davis has received notice from town section so that gambling the Court ftouneyin: A 1$, I',

..ijjj.' and a considerable sum of money when cooked, 'depend not only up- sent to Mr. Johns and the'writer I totaling 14815143.18 In the cal- Congressman W. J. Sears of Flor- other crime conditions would ..;. otherwise will he entered a DeorT.,JftC!Pl..
the of the raw vegetable also secured about 5000. These fish ida that a conference committee of each of ,
that had been Invested In it. Cir- on quality enOar year ;193 U'MIAMI be molested. i .. :you for failure I.
but upon the knowledge, were put in two of our lakes. ButIt ev congress had approved appropriation "
deI cuinstances creating the situation would have been better for eradication of WANTS SHORT .\ pu Ishedonce
judgment and skill applied to It in mush! of $100,000 a leek f,
jfi were such that the case was typi- the kitchen. had others also secured flab for all CLERK FREED leeches and other1. enemies of oyster .TALLAHASSEE ...... weeks In the i t
cal of the conditions the federal of our lakes and streams need re :MIAMI-Judge- Ben C. Wlllard beds. charges .for hunting and Telegraph,' a newpq fjradl"
Potatoes of princi-
home loan law had been enacted to of are one stocking. The writer Is applying directed. verdict of acquittal in licenses a shortening of the general' FlorldlThl. circulI\tI"1I\. In Oia
carbohydrates. Theyalso Counts
; correct. pal sources contain mineral salts a small I for more fish this year and I hope the trial of Harold' Ross, city WOULD REPEAL ALL ing season and enactment of A. J. THOMAS ot February 1111

Despite the fact that he was quantity of protein and signifi- hat: a number of other people wU i clerk, charged. with accepting a TALLAHASSEE-Repeal of all to prohibit the Bale or Clerk Circuit ,r'II""'.

clearly entitled to aid from the cant amounts of the .vitamins B, I make immediate application so bribe. "Insufficient evidence" was old prohibition laws revived or re- black baas are proposed by --Bradtord I-H COUllt', llotIA/

government In seeking a way out C, and O. Since they are consumed -, that all can be brought to' us atone the Judge's reason for ordering the enacted by adoption of state-wide W. Davis State conservation
of his financial stress the owner time. verdict in the court of crimes. repeal and enactment of "what- missioner. He set forth his I WHUKW OK Prill.lrvilnv A\i IT
Cy in fairly large quantities they AOTICH T 0
positively declined making appli ------r._-: ._ ever method of control the Legisla- titude toward legislation for i ti'PEllt:
l may even become an Importantsource NOTICE la hereby gu,.," ,- .
cation for It. Friends urged him of the vitamins. Although Strawberries are beginning to BACKI100SEVELTGAINESVILLETho ture deems best," is recommended protection of game and fresh Crosby and wife, u.uiw R J

without avail, to take advantage of the protein is present In small come In again and within a few executive by Attorney General;: Cary D.Landla ter fish" In a letter to C. D. Croiby.of Columbia that The a F"d""lu. ..
the avenues through which assistance i' committee of the Young Democratic in a report to be handed to of Orlando representing the > ins rpvrn'";,
amounts it is of excellent quality.The days now there will be a heavy : the Circuit nCuurtln,t f ,
might speedily have been ob- cellulose furnishes bulk and shipping. Prices are good now, Clubs of Florida today adopted a the. 193S Legislature. Junior Chamber of { County, Florida I in r dui I
tained. alkaline resolution "full belief a Its efforts to have the black foreclose a g'p': "SJvSI:
the minerals supply to the diet and in talking with a couple of expressing descrlbed'tan ff
At the time the owner of the or base-forming substancesto prominent buyers at Lawtey they and confidence In the policies of WOMEN AS DEPUTIES bill enacted Into law.No'rlE. '* being following:" Bradford: 1 CW'wfc,? ''j

5. property was serving as state director balance the acid-forming sub- seemed to think prospects wera President Roosevelt and his admin- PENSACOLA- Several womenof to-wit: I

of the Federal Home Owners stances of meat cereals, and eggs. good for a good season. Let us istration." Escambla County are applicants Notice In hereby given to west quarter.. of."art r "f Sonik ,
Loan Corporation and his dis- for appointment as deputy I rlalmant against the Estate I S Section 2. Tow
A potato every day is recommended hope so.Farming. Henry Stephen, deceased to ship South hang. 31 Eat'oontaining.49 :',
inclination to apply for govern- by nutritionists, FACING LEGAL TEST sheriffs and they will be given your clallllH' with n the County? -"t, seraTherefnru ,
'; ment money grew tut of his feelIng business be commissions shortly by Sheriff H of Bradford County within .. :you and each of t.;
The outside appearance of a potato seems to DAYTONABEACHWhether month from late hereof In thla Notice arc hm
' sl;! that he might be charged with la no indication of its cooking decidedly on the upgrade right cities may impose punitive restrictions E. Candy. The women have sought will be barred by law This I rlll .." to Appear to the said iJ;

use of his official position for private quality but It Is advisable to select now and farmers generally have a on salesmen for firms doing such authority for the purpose of 16th 1935.DEW1TT C. JONES. the Complaint 1 m day BO of filed April,aKnlnm I ms: It i?

,;' purposes regardlew.!. of the integrity those I of medium size, free from much more hopeful outlook than Interstate business'will come to a trying to stop the sale of obnox- House In Starke. Flnrl/1a: ,}
in his motives if ious literature which, It is claimed 3-t*-4t-4-3. a Decree Pro Cnnt....
F a' dirt, cuts and decay with as few for the past few years. The Gov- test in Florida courts in a suit for ',, you and *
Ii' So out of the ordinary were the and shallow eyes as possible. The ernment Is also helping place men $25,000( damages filed against the has from time to time been displayed NOTIC'tII : HAI.H' :you for dt.f"u.rl. : :to Appear

i! facts In the case they were mentioned shape and the color of the skin are on farms giving them a chanceto City of Daytona Beach in Seventh on news .stands. der and by!le virtue hereby of a given Final chat 01'd.I published IS(ORDERED once a that week thin'for x/It,,,

at some length in a recent not significant and differ with the get on their feet again. Thisis Judicial Circuit Court by R. A. of Foreclosure made and e .. ". weeks. in thu nradlt!

'i r I broadcast by one of the best known varieties. Sunburned potatoes are a move In the right direction Elrod salesman for a hosiery com FISII DYING Judge by the of Honorable the Circuit A.Court Z. Art of ; :n general Telegraph circulation a I "n w In, Brato

, a national chain radio news commen- to be avoided because substances and will certainly take many off pany of, Indianapolis Ind. Complaint TAMPA-The State Shellfish 26th Judicial Circuit of (. .. Florida.

I, I, tators who commended the high formed in the 'green areas on the the relief rolls as soon as these of false arrest under, "pur- Commission was requested, by theHilaborough and cery,for dated Bradford the 27th County day of In Id A.day J. of February. 1911.

1'.;; regard for the fitness of things surface of the potato are bitter.A farmers can get crops ready for ported ordinance that Is unconstitutional County. Commissionto ary 1836 In that certain Clark THOMAS.Circuit Court,
\ that had been exhibited. And the of farms Investigate the cause or the therein lately pending between Bradtord ."
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good potato should feel firm use. renting and void" Is the ground Federal Land Bank of '.m .st--8.88 County !.HII
death of thousands of fish in lower
'. will the to Plaintiff, and M.
B. Plummer
V In Florida the example set and help owners recover of the suit.
when pressed In the hand
wife Verdle F. .
harbor waters in the Plummer.
Tampa past
s'': might be appropriately called to should cut crisply. It is the "jumbo" some of their losses of the past ant., the undersigned who OF- Pt'BI.irtTlOV A\
the attention of farmers few years. nearly every inquiry for farm real few weeks. Fishermen reported to therein appointed as Special NOTICE TO APPEAR
growers size especially those of glob- estate specifies the desire for the commission that fish crabs In Chancery to execute the In hereby given to Pr
n>V and others who are given community and wife. Anna Stn ,
will "
ular shape that are likely to havea on Monday the let day of ,
,"" duties as directors or officers Right now is a good time to fruit trees.Whether. and other sea life are dying by the 1935. during the legal hour of .?t: Oak of residence; l'1:1 i: t.i
; hollow.heart barrel load dally. In the local bays before the Court House door Park Avenue, ;
of cooperative seeking plant fruit trees and to beautify .. that the Federal Land
xta organizations I Starke, Florida, sell to the Bu
Potatoes should be stored in a want it or 'not the from some mysterious cause.
Improvement in agricultural your home grounds and remember we and beat bidder for cash the Columbia a corporation, but/
tJ cool, dark, moist ventilated place. that home with beautiful No Fence Law will be forced on -*>- lowing described land, situate a hllb of Complaint Runlrmt.
conditions marketing or other- a u Court of Brtdla!
A ing and being In Bradford
; ;
:K wise. .' For different methods of prepa- well-kept shrubs and frees not us sooner or later. To many this ? TO SALVAGE VETS Florida to-wlt: Florida. In Chancery
ration different kinds of potatoes makes it much will mean a hardship but by preparing KEY WEST-Florida has been s4 'NEU of 8WM and the ( ""' ,, a Mortgage covering u
only a
00 When it has come to pass that for of >4 of 8WW of Section I I lying u
selected for selected
should ,be cooking.Dry' ant place in which to live,but adds for this In advance much of a socialoglcal experi- Township C South Range : In Bradford County Flottt
,J, all and sundry whohave uoh.raj mealy'varieties which break 'materially to the'sale valU this: !''Bhardsblp can Abe' avoided. ment for reconditioning derelict East eontalnin! 40 acree, : -

!\:j! sponslbllltles whole-heartedly set into white flaky almost crystalline of very a home or farm. A few dollars Right now is the time to start and roaming World War veterans Florida!' In Bradford, III Township SWi of the 6 S.NE K.<4; 20 of K.R.,cll cow..

:fi the good of the entire membership masses are ideal for mashingand In making a home attractiveis 'preparing for this by preparing a : Julius F. Stone, Jr., State FERA with the appurtenance. Said nlnll': 10 acres; more or Im
,.p. above any personal gain, the cause baking. The more waxy varieties -' spent few acres and planting it to Carpet Administrator announced last be made pursuant to maid SWM of the NWW\ of s
certainly one of the best investments satisfy the name and coeta. 12. Township 8 8. K. 211
U of cooperation In this state will because they hold their one can make. And remember grass A good carpet grass week. Stone who returned tonight E. K. FERRYMAN.sitjsj .... 40 acre, mere a

. 1, have made a tremendous stride shape are beet for salad and that a farm with a home pasture will take care of one cow from Washington where he con- a. \ 8eclal Master In ..
, Vi'i forward.' creaming.' For deep-fat frying, orchard of a variety of fruits, supplies to: two acres and at times one cow ferred with Administrator, HarryL. :;, In retb{ you Notice and ,earn are of hm n

If at the tame time It Is"found potatoes which have been frozen or', a pleasant and necessary part to one acre. Carpet grass seed Hopkins said 25,000 war veterans .- IN! CIRCl'IT COU's'rY: COURT.FLORIDA: 1*' "' I Complaint to appear to the mild 1

l i that the executives and members held at low storage temperatures of your diet. And just rememberalso costs very little-about twenty will be sent to camp In the CEHY. the l.t day no of tiled April,axnlnit U35. it!I II

: of officials boards refuse use of are to be avoided. Because of the that if you should wish to sell pounds per acre. The land shoul1 Florida keys for "reconditioning." M.Bradford A. SMITH County; as.Bank Liquidator a I e.house a Decree fn atarke Pro Confenno Floridae v

their connections for sectional Increase in sugar content in the your farm that a home orchard has be> cleared of underbrush and either Lion, Plaintiff entered against you and earl"

i i'eountyor\: town benefits then will potato while stored they brown too a. very decided value IB dollars plowed or disked to kill wire CELEBRATES ANNIVERSARYST. W. E. v.YARBROUCTf. ET Case AL. No for 13 ORDERED failure to appear.that thin Not l

jj the mlllenlum of the cooperative quickly at frying temperatures. grass,' and then seeded down to AUGUSTINE-Fiftieth an- Defendants. published once a week fort<

+vlbe' closer than just around the corner The purpose of cooking potatoesis by the method of cooking. Any carpet grass after which it will require niversary of the Florida School for Special Take Master notice that by the the final" .. .._ : ..cutlve Telegraph week, a In newgpnpprlu tho Urn!.

\ to cook the starch develop flavor method which decreases loss in no further attention than to 'the Deaf and Blind state-main In the above entitled cause .': :;' general circulation In'Brad!
, Y. cooking tends to conserve the It occasionally tamed Institution here was observed ed, will, pursuant to said Florida.
Thought as to the higher obllgatlona end soften the cellulose'There po- run a mower over and during the legal hours ; : 29 day of February, 1911.
4 1,!1, of the men who direct the 18[ sufficient: water In the potato to tato flavor while high tempera- and you can start pasturing the this week with fitting ceremonies. on *Monday the let day of April, A. J. THOMAS

t destinies of organlaatlon 10 particularly hydrate the starch. Tiiu It can be tures as In baking and frying develop land as soon as the carpet grass Educators who have special D.bidder I93i.for sell cash to. the at highest the South ant Clerk Bradford Circuit County Court.Klorldi

"&, desirable just now,- whenmany boiled or baked in its skin and retain flavor through the Influence tarts running. It will do better ized in work with the deaf and of the County Courthouse at .

'" new cooperative bodies are all its nutrients The flavor pf the temperature on the starch and make a better pasture for this blind came here from over the lowing Bradford lands County and chattels Florida,, the to- : NOTICR OF APPI.lrTIO

in. process of formation. of the crpked potato' la influenced and sugar running stock on it. country to join in the celebration The riteo the NWMi and von T.tx UKRII
in charge of Dr. C. J.:Settles, pres- K'A NWVt of the SWW: (' 13 HEREBY OIVT
nil <
th.V"(, of the KH of t Bernhard Kay holder
ident of the school, and participated NB14 Bot. the SW14 of Sec of Tax Certificate No. 221.U
.. In by the 342 pupils now enroll Twp. H 23 E: containing V of August A. D. 192ti hn< (,
' I! -. acres more or lens. Also; certificate In my office
! ed. following cattle, to-wit application for tax deed.
registered Red Poll Bull and thereon In accordance *
npg ,t hftad of cattle! together with I Said certificate emlirnrf,
Increase. The above t described properly' uliw
",' dome ofFlorlda's marked smooth crop In right .... In rirndfnrd County )Florid '
;w" j ',Sqrr and split In left ear ,' : North-west Quarter if *.
I* capitol is henceforth to with letter Y. Quarter 8outh-eu U
., :" ,,' stand out at night In the glare of Q. 1* PATTER of Section sol Townehipw:: ::
KxicmTclal M"t< 22 Suet containing 'on "*
floodlights. Installation of neces- KNIOHT & or less.
J sary equipment to light the dome Attorneys for Plaintiff. :. assessment of paid, pr"[*
8-16-31-8-29. the said certificate I.. sIn )"
was authorized by the state cab the name of Brevard IT"1]
inet. Current to burn the lights NO'l'lf .
,, t. -
4N 1'lr. THE STATE OK FI.ORtnA Oil ..... Bald certificate shah I I 6e I '
.' will be supplied by the City of Tal WHOM IT MAY CONCKKN: according' to I law, 'nt *
ianc : tak lahassee. Lighting of the dome '.rllicl7th.. hereby given thac issue thereon on the Uin"
/ A. 1) 1935 at A. 1936.
will make It visible for several ,, O'clock P. M.. or RS soon .." )Hte.l i i.D llth day of JIas>'"
miles at night. The capitol build- as can be heard, the ", 1935.
: I. 5 ... tend to apply to Honorable A. A. J. THOMAS .
,,1 ing is on one of several hills in Tallahassee I .AdkliiM. Judge. of the 20th. Clerk of Circuit 9ld
ircnit Cmu t. In h'" office In Bradford County, > >
Bradford] county, Florida for an (- .
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DIRECTORY -- -' -- -- --- '-
KE CHURCH I there f If so give him my re- Died on him and made lizzie stop.y}

Fr, t B'ptlnt Church BEHIND L I II gards. Also H. Miner.

U. I'rlce, Pastor/ The Sincerely, The drummer tired like the>
C of the
Itev. School10:00: a. m the I Story Bible Told in Pictures I John Brokescrt Hauptmann Jury, ,

day -11::00 a, m.PU The "..'dI..r COO Park Ph&cltBrookl'n '
ruing Worllhlp N N. Y. Saw Maud cut peavlnes like a fury. \
.1I:1: p. m. State Capital f
worsl1lp7:30p.m.nlng "Hey, gal!" he shouted in husky
WedServ.ce7:30- E x ;u.\n .1l'LL" MODICUM/EU! g
Training School. i
cher sat By OSCAR JOIIN9O! + d (A sheet of containing the bass,
7'00 p. m. h : + Z N1I paper
: .
''I,Wee k'Prayer I mats KENT WATSON S ., ; rhyme printed below, was pickedup "I'll give you two bits for a gallon.of .
l "
L'I I e c'j ,at the Air Port. On account gas.
Invited to all our servjiethoowTchurch KENNETH r, '
are BALLINGER. political I of Its all-round heaviness, It Is
sage of the Miami Herald, visiting N Old Muller's flivver stood under
that It thrown out of
supposed was
; Tallahassee last Friday pre i i I t I l li1 ( the shed ;
to some crippled air plane to lightenIt
liminary the
Pa stot convening of the And from Its tank some gas she
B !I. Montgomery Legislature April 2, expressed the for a safe landlng--H. K. Lnger- bled.

,jay School-10 a. m. opinion that there will be more I gren.)
Worshlp-ll a. m. than i i'sr ii And Maud'
soon thirtydollardower
ping 111. average capital removal sen- i .I ,''i, Idti Maud Muller on a summer dRY "
League-6: p. timent with the
rlb membership i
Cut with a case knife peavine hay.
-7:30 P. m. Molted before the drummer's
a Worship BaUingor has been seeing the boysIn li
Taw Invited to all these serv- their respective ball wicks dur- Pho'it KRvecl up thirty dollars net< power.

ing the past several months, has From *al<>s of eggs and! hay, you
For ere the girl hud time to sneezelie .
primed Into bet I
Inner-most '
yn'shyteinn Church: ,.., r hold her a radio, ns slick as
thoughts and beliefs to
as legislation
J. George H. Lowry, :Minister and public questions generally John her beau, with the FERA 1 grcaso.

00 a. m. Sabbath School > He probably knows about Sometimes got a job at two dol's a I Her radio would bring rich beau; 4'II

loo A. M. -Morning Worship; the collective thought of the legis- : day. I galoreTo

1m by the pastor. lature for this reason He Is i 1 Not enough to buy grits and meat! I stand In line before her door. L ,I,

tij' p. m Junior Christian En- confident that most of the South I .- w ,t :; and hlgh-herleil shoes for MautlMuller's
and Central Florida boys will press feet. To John on postal she wrote this ..

1'l'p., m. -Evening Worship. for capital removal Strangely I line: "P
enough most of the members who But Maud had dowry, as told "Good-bye! No FERA In mine. ;

I First, Christian Church visit the capital, and most of them above, But the radio blarlngly harsh Intone J
'v. \V, T :McGulre, Pastor do after their election, have littleor And John was eager to wed his .

lie School 10 a. m.nmunion nothing to say about capital removal love. Drovo callers away, till Maud sat I

11 a. m. are usually silent on the Slowly a drummer rode down the alone. : 1
subject. :
Irlstlan Endeavor, 7 p. m. lane
layer meeting Wednesday 7:30 tom ti Working biB choke with might and John married a widow who had no ; ,
dower, Il''
IT IS ESTIMATED that an nyttn. But she took In washing sunshine '
leaching Second Sunday 11 a. income of I
$2,500,000 will result '
4 Z (A high-power salesman, slick and or shower. (1 t
8 p. m.IEWOOD from the licensed sale of liquor In' I ; '
Florida ,. Since i bold. alone in almost J
schools wantno Forsaken despair!
CHURCH I J..u. Drive ili. Buyer and Seller Out of the T.mpl.-"And the Jews' passover was at hand and He radios on instalments sold) 'I''I'I
BAPTIST beer or liquor revenues, this I Maud married a poet, aa deaf as a' 'i
Jesus sold and and doves and the
went up to Jerusalem, and found in the tons?!de those that oxen sheep ,
iv. L. 0. Hemingway Pastor will likely go to the general fund changers of money sitting: And when lie hurt made a seuarp-e of small cords lie drove them all out of the The last cylinder, with a flop, post.

Irvlces every Sunday. Bible thereby permitting the state gov- temple and the sheep and the oxen ; and r erred out the cha,1gprll': money and overthrew the tables; and ''II
v 10:15: a. m. Morning Wor11 ernment Itself !In position to entirely said unto them that sold doves Take then" iMnjs; ; hence; make not my Father's house a house of merchan* {" ','" S .

a. m. Evening Worship, eliminate the state ad valorem disc And His disciples remembered that :U wits, written, The seal of thine' house hath eaten me up. Then "",\".",,,;>.,>'" ,' ", ", '< COMFORT ZONE ,

p, m. levies to take care of prisons, pensions answered the Jews and' said unto Ilii ', What sign| shewent Thou unto us, seeing tat! Thou doest these ,- ,
lu\ are Invited to all these serv- health and free text book things? Jesus answered and said unto them destroy thin temple end. In three days I will rain It up. Then }< .II':;

This can be accomplished only said the Jews, forty and six years ws t'>ls t."':'I- hMinjr' and wilt Thou rear it up In three days? But .." !J.; ""."!'"(" "''''"'H'',,', q< ,
through submission of a constitu- lIe spake of the temple of His bOlI '."-John: 2 I "::1> his itlustiatlon: Is from Merian's story of the Bible j \

tional amendment The consti- In pictures, engraved In 1625-1030.: soy ,&,..,. 'j' I(

tution now provides for an arbi- I

JOB JONES trary one mill levy on real estate tors have Influenced premature I ----- he thinks Avery Powell still works .

1 for state aid to schools. This now clemency in the past is not denied for the Telegraph) '"
Here produces $425,000 annually. In- The ;
On I
lommcnts by even members of the Pardon Mr. A. Powell
come for prison maintenance, ] \
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And Hereafter health and pensions is required to Board Itself. LLetterBoxEditor's Dear Sir;

be' drawn from real estate under : Would you kindly send me one ",:!

the constitution.IN STILL ANOTHER effecting, or two of your papers. I lived In 0:1
re Is a press story from Alt. \
N. Y which appeared about members of the legislature would ( Note:, 'The following I Starke about thirty years ago. I \:1::1"A
ALL THE THIRTEEN prohibit any from accepting em- letter addressed to Mr. A. Powell, 'often wonder how much the town ';I
middle of February. A dele- ...." at the Ford Comfort :Zoe nail.
b th
front me dde for back MU .ans n. TWa exam
Vn, of attractive Vassar girls Southern states there are only 1574 ,- ployment in any branch of state Bradford County Telegraph, has progresHed In that time. I get The. .puMKgon aN cradled .b.t-.e p the .pt!.lll on the MW lonnf II)".ma....... The nafpaiMngen ..M :
tied in expensive furs and, Confederate veterans or widows Government The practice of Starke, Fla.? was received last the Jacksonville Times most every sit moved iliMil at the aula, -a fnnn which ....ahe .......on da. sot..... tint ::1,i
Of legislators getting on the state week and was evidently writtenby week just to see how things u<' and mar puree weight' UliuilMiilaa la this V-S .a.daatn "phchlnc". while fat**
New on the pension rolls : pay .r.:1ndIYldual:
ing told the
| cigarettes I .uluiivi. FIM Action. op All Coot WhMll.. .. whMl'ud iprinc action one '
L legislature that it should dea these only 153 are veteransseventy roll before legislative sessions has a former resident of Starke who I down there. .....milu./I ih.shock of Impact la the.....n..... Now,)'Alfle lx alt ballooa' dm compMdt \,'f'
bill requiring students to years after the war. Of the grown in recent years. So has the has been gone from here so tong Is Joe An'ierson! still down, .... p'.......Comlort Zoo wrong, la f.Iv.on*of iw MnootlwM ridu an dwA.wdasblbw ya ivdatfj

'e allowance to the Con 'tltu- pensioners 1,323 are widows and patronage situation ." Senators ---- -- -

These girls were smoking: the remainder lire "special sol of some districts as well as house

"cites which was In violation di era" or "special widows" receiv- members, strongly feel tljat no ap-

Ie senate roles, but the girls ing state gratuities in all 13 pointments to state jobs of any '''"

jio rules. They probably gota Florida pensions 656, more than consent or appa'oval.SPEcuLATION .

> thrill out of the occasion. ; all other twelve states combined GLASS i '
Of the 153'veterans Florida t Ti
did not want any law to re provides over the speak-
students to declare allegiance for< more than halt*with' 79 er's1 race tip 'again' the ,,foremost

|he Constitution. I wondered and Florida has 44 of the 95 "spe topic of discussion when politicians Iv" ,
I 11 read this news story if the cial pensioners" Florida pays $40 gather' Buddie Bishop of Jef- AROUND II

hge American realizes, how per month, a sum much higher ferson says "everything is sitting

|ficant that is. than the average states with their pretty", Christie of Duval says

few pensioners "everything Is sitting pretty," Rogers

of Broward says "everything I Isitting' la !
out the same time this story
SENATOR HODGES presidentof pretty." Bishop and Chris-
o from Albany big headlines the next senate, moved Mondayof tie admittedly have most pledges,

e paper said, "Striking Stud- this week Into his presidential friends of both claiming that each

at Franklin, Indiana Accuse offices In the capital, space form- has now an actual majority of

daIs A story came from erly occupied by the State Veteri- written pledges Rogers claims (
laon, Wisconsin to the effect narian, southeast second floor about thirty pledges Forty- a n :$ ,,'y' p,
communism is rampant at the quarters. ,' His finance and taxa- eight voles of the house membersare
veralty of Wisconsin and in tion appropriations committeeswill .
necessary to elect If Rogers
teachers colleges in the state be his immediate neighbors has thirty and the two other

ewipnper story from Georgia' One thing is certain In the selec- candidates have more than a majority :

that a judge charged the tion of the finance and taxation each, then there are In excess -
>ul jury to Investigate commu-: committee and that Is at,least n of 130 members, against a legal -

n In two Georgia Institutions, I definite majority will be unalter- 95: The night of the caucus tr' ,' ,of which is a church school ably opposed to reporting favorably April 1, holds the answer anJ .tlriar'41f3"' s3n, ;!' .. d9crtY
ommiUee In Arkansas decJar- form of a Bales tax, and
any It may, be an April Fool's day lit
there ltf a communism in ran this fact alone spells hard sailingfor fact for at least two of the three BUIZT BIG '
atlonnl institution In Arkan- any such proposed levy. candidates -; L66AACE' IN ROOM 'FORFENDERS

There was a story to the ef- .. .. '' '
that two hundred university THE ATTORNEY GENERAL'S yz ;t' COMrARTMENT RIDING ) sTO{ MATCH
eats In one of our Southern recommendations to the legislature NATHAN MAYO Commissioner rygxx 'ti; ALL TIIl BODY (sTIIL / TIn RES
-8. who, because the manager 'are second In Importance to of Agriculture, Is to recommendan

theater would not let them In those of the Governor >. Prohibi- appropriation of $500,000 to IIINrORCaWITHTL)
mobbed the theater. I amIng tionists doubtless got a shock last erect four marketing and cold storage I

your attention to these Friday'morning when they reaJ plants, hoping that the Government ,[ ..... ,wrw'cwwwx..ytiwwNotw.6iLi.wG, ,:,,w, ..n... ., .su.w %aw.ie .o J<
:terg because you plain, every- in the papers that Landis was go- will provide 'another

Americans had just as wellZe Ing to propose a wiping off of all $500,000 Continuance of the
: now that the educationalt existing liquor laws revlvel by repeal -!, life of the State Milk Control -

of this nation is communistic of the' Prohibition amend- Board for another two years beginning KNOW WHAT YOU GET

atheistic. Boys and ''girls ment to the Constitution The July 1 next Is certain Sos

* been taught to "blowoff," to general doesn't want any less positive l legislation to create a state regulation -

ust what they want to do. to regulation, his purpose being of the citrus Industry along

as they please and they are ; to do away with a patch workof lines of the Citrus Control Com :
ing to believe that whatever l laws, often conflicting, and en- mittee of the U.' S. Department of FOR YOUR MONEY

' want they have a right toe act a liquor code that will be simple Agriculture Counties eager to
Many of them are-against and understandable by all, receive the 67th share each of the

authority. That explains the avoid much costly litigation. net racing revenues this year won'thave 4r
'ern rebellion against the Bible long to wait before theyknow HERE
Bible Is an authoritative book. CERTAIN' MEMBERS of the whether they are going to are come of the tlitog. you In addition you get a modern sire....

.t ys not""thou and shalt" and "thou legislature who are convinced that diverted actually get from the them money to ,the or school see it HERE'S THE AVERAGE should look Into'before you buy a, lined, noise-proof, all-.teel'body .
modern Florida
man does Insurance business In
want anybody, not even God, should bear agreater share of the boards of the counties Such new, 1935 cart You' get nn 85 horsepower V-8 e...
lag him what to do. burden of Government will seize funds now go to the County Commissioners TO APPROXIMATE which
glue provide eight cylinder
except in few In la Safely Class ill around Included
the report of State Treasurer '
Knott announced last Friday, a stances. FORD without extra cost' I. riding earn- moothne with the economy of

in their ,favor fart for scary paaamger belle lalo "
compelling argument EXTRA DOLLAR VALUE a' ". < -
R ,. They will point out that the seat I* lu.(. ;. compartment

fire insurance companies, and marine ....... FEATURES: provided, or maal yon pay extra for Ford built ,many ,extra dollar. of.
received $10,388,000 In pre- COLDS the convenience of storing traveling '
.e miums, paid back only $2,504,000 6 6 6 ... SWct 4sua1sw.d$ 7M.$IMO Lags out of the way of paMeagenT value ,In the 1935 V-8 ,and then reduced

In-losses; that life companies received FEVERfirst Trwk fee ..((ap .. J.... Do fender'match the body'at mod} the price. See this new 'ear

$22,809,000 in premiums day H met..mllt'MCMfcrt extra coat? Are tho lira. big air loo.-lIle most economical Ford

paid back In claims only $9,040- LlqVID TARI.KTS Headaches rid......*... 21." balloon one, or most you pay more
000. 8ALVI'I uttora' NOSB. IK SO ..1..,.. rw._...toullt''") money to let them ever built. If you drive 11, you will

h./in. ..i ...t ....* 7.50.$1.... buy it.
All these features which make for
ONE: LEGISLATOR has indicate ... ,
*BALD? Give Your 1:01. If Air. ..
will offer. bill makingthe
ed that he "
TIres . greater comfort, safety and beauty
'hen Fire Drives selection of election clerks and -2 Arm liP, .. o. .. crmorr.immum .
the Scalp a Chance are of the extra dollar value $/i *:. -... r..wt,.,few '
inspectors subject to recommendations TeUI $74.$0 part you p
Out Your Tenant / 95 r.... r.'.... /"........ '
of the county precinct JMMM Oil U the .name o llIIe rem..ubl get In the Ford V-8 at no extra cott. j CnAb Car Ufa. A"5-
ur committeemen .. County commissioners mrc Mful preparation that thnuannd are W IM / Pto..
P."I"1 Ieee.a. neprodrw using to f l rlil of looae dandru. stop snip
BUI1l71H1..Re.l would act only upon Itch end trow : on thin
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and partlnllr baiM hair rooure
molts FIn lass,_ p,." such precinct committeemen rec- not dead. This' famous ...uUor eou. I
lea t.r.Irritant allniulalea clrculntlcm hi theacalp
imbtt I more-P""'. '''will M ommendations. brtnre ao abumlant aupply of Mood
'- t.r 1M I.. M rtItI"I to nourish and f*.J atarved hair roota--one s
ANOTHER MEASURE certainof of the chief eau_of bal"".... Get a bottle >
u .. ,...aecu.. today .t any. dnural. Th. cat i. noting.' Q..l
'e 's ry..I.e& Introduction. with strong chance loe (Bcananr. saw. II 1). You kave Illtta la
of passage. It Is believed would l ass and much to .aln. Mil''if valuable boofeTbe J. VV;'ANDREWS Jr F
Truth About the Hair r C. WALL bar members of the legislaturefrom tt ss.I..dy C*.. M W. 4IM s.., K,T. OM T YwmoirrOdCHCfTOA. '

practicing before the state JAPANESE OIL I SUN. KVENINC"" ,*_ % HIT IA9C
INSURAN That the influence n .o w"'ii'c. -mm. VBMIMC TiafR W ** N;,
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i, I; Bradford County Telegraph SOMETHING favorable PERMANENTMuch comment has TOO LATE [ ODD---BUT TRUE -:

been heard over the fact that 411 I Iar II
farms in Bradford County will be I
". Established
.. .. ..- -- .... made more livable under the rehabilitation -
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Second ClasMatter program. The general Ry n vurc.... KAYWrrrrtarr
and as
Published Weekly Fridays
on opinion seeing to be that here, at Florid PreM A""n.
at the Post Office at Starke. Florida last, la something really permanently ; 71

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E. L. Matthews.. ______________________Editor and Owner relief activities of the Government I see where one congressman THf t.\ DlCA\. STUDENTS
makes the complaint that so much
, .. -- -- 'IN
w -- of his time I" fIghtl
of the "* taken up
The expansion program
off who' tag him
here from 271 farms to 471 farm
Yearly $1.50; Six Months, 73c-Payable in Advance could not have come at a bette pleadln', flghtin and beggln' for 'a AR!

Advertising Rates on Application time than now when conditions of Job, that he Just naturally don.t. WOM
have time to do the work ta: t
the past three or four years hay /e I ,Mtlatal.
e- elected him to do. <
made It impossible for the farme payers
I'; Talk up the Strawberry Festival. to do any rehabilitating on his own Accordin' to him, these job.hunt--
, hook. era are a first class pest. They
o are continually gettln' In his ha .
Another phase of the program
late than and bay at his heels like a r
Spring is here-better never. that has received general acclaim they

-0 is the fact that after the farmer flock of blood-hounds; when they .
aren't Hnockln' on his door, ring- t ::\ I Ir
for what he has done-after has received a horse and a cow, or
A criminal Is always sorry whatever stock he desires; has In' hU telephone or waltln' in the

he's caught. been given ample seeds and fertli .' ante-room he says they're slttli iMetalre._

Izer, and has had repairs made this i at a typewriter wrltln' him a sob ..- 19mrnh

,1, One of the Dionne quintuplets has a tooth. Won't the.. home and other buildings, he i Is+ i write letter him or beggin'one. their friends to
f then finally-once and for all-
other four be jealous now! i removed from the relief relit. "God knows'' he says "I'd like

r d- The Government quietly but firmly to* give 'em all a'job and I don

. Possession of might not be an indication o1 washes Its hands of him-out. blame any of 'em for aakln', but 1 7S r cwt.
money ,the! pitiful part, of it Is there aln.tenougb
side of a close supervision of his Twit MMlAttt lo >w
brains, but keeping money is.I farming activities. jobs, We got more post WHtHXftvMtCt
now'than have towns
0 Even If the rehabilitation program offices we *

I One exchange says that the best burglar alarm is the did no more than this I It And ,when you come to thin,
; about it / doe
a poor congressman "
would furnish Just cause re '
scream of'a frightened woman. jolcing, but the chances are that lead; a hard life and it's no wonde sl rlls
0 he gets behind with his work. No srATESAAtt
It will go deeper and revive those unlTeo

k., The legislature',,and baseball! will soon be fighting for admirable traits of Independenceand grass matter creates how many during new a jobs session Con I I It ANO Ubt4 ._.- _.
that have suffered -
1' the lead as conversational topics. self-respect In the the re seems that twice as many appll. ._ !-" '
so greatly "being on _
J 0 lief" period. Those who receive cants always appear. _

1 i : In spite of the way it looked to school boys eight months funds for Improving their farm And if Congress to-morrow were to creat there PA1R3 QtWOObtA
a million new jobs
homes know that these dollars are
I' ago, another term is about to end. not simply a gift, and this fact ,would be ten million guys applylr' HOES ta TNt 5EA THE:
for 'em before the President could
; 0
alone should be an added Incentive
ry and even sign the bill-so It looks like (EaR SAILOR\
think "Hell Week"
Some freshmen are so dumb they for harder labor in the future. .
any further effort in that direr \.o"t.S A., GAROCN
examination week are synonymous. NO LONGER A HOBBY tlon would just be a waste of time, .
short the jobs a con- -- -
0 which In more
, The extent to some people
,; Why is it, that only people who are "unaccustomed to will go in pursuit of a hobby Is greasman has to pass out, the ABOLITION URGED the Public Schools and the Pub- I: Stewart Water,, Ilvddlck Clerk For Thomas the. and, 1 E.i

asked to speak? shown by a little item in a New worse off he'll be. FOR REALTY TAX lic School System. : holding mold election In StRike'purimwn, ,it.'
: ,{ public speaking" are York newspaper stating that autograph But why should' Congressmen bpasslu' (Continued From Page One) "We are 100 per cent for any following nut nalsrs. are uppulmri" ,
,' 0 out job in the first placeTWe that will benefit the State k/. W. J-layeM, l.:. J. PowHI L. I..
hunters have figured out i from one-tenth of a mill up to two thing preen and F. A. Scott Clerk
' ,l Reckless >drivers are shot in Russia. They're usually way to get Bruno Richard Hauptmann's haven't any right to worry; mills)., and Nation." A. J. .aniFFia, supt
him with a lot of little details like< 'v. C. MANNINO:> ) Chr.
; :, well shot in this country, also. signature for $1. Assessment and collection 01 3S25t.4t9.Starke.,
:' 1'; pretty They send a check for that that and then romp on him all the< railroad telegraph and utilities Richmond, Eng., register offlca-
0 I the time because he don't give< ? was closed recently. The birth of HIroii'r-
amount to Hauptmann, who-Is In taxes by the comptroller, without CIeIIK'a
; : Add similes: As embarrassed as a member of the House the death house at Trenton, N. J.,, proper attention to more important reference to county officials, and the Prince of Wales at White Report Fin.I Clerk March 11.' m>
;I of the of the I
. ,S' of avid baseball team who can't grow a beard. ostensibly to aid him in his fight Besides tasks. it's too'much providing that no fees be paid to Lodge, Richmond Park/ was registered Court In and for Urn(If onl' Counit Clnw l
against the death penalty. The respon county officials on such taxes. at this office. Florida, on account of taxe eased
' iJ'J: -0 to saddle on man for the year 1934.
; sibility any -.
check is made out to him. He Broadened powers for the stat< C'. A. KNimiT.
I The Republican Party has come out against "extremes" signs it and the check comes back Somethln' ought, to be done aboutIt. auditing department to give it Buptrvlslon Fort Myers' city-owned nursery Tnx t'nllene
bottom of things right to the autograph seeker with the You can't blame a congressman accountIng giving thousands of palms and i in.it: BH.\nroH for vi vCunmty
; How do they like being at the extreme over municipal I Proper
k signature. for gettin' sore and cryln' for shrubs free to citizens. To Balance due _. ?. $ 4,9ii
?, By amount collected ,
now help.. lli
When a hobby takes such hold Requiring county fee officers to To Balance due 4.K'ii
But with our present governmental A total of gallons'
0 on a person that it causes him to Pine and Forfeiture
set-up, It looks like the only; deposit In the proper county funda, water was used In Kew Gardens, To Balance due __? _.. Itt4
.Some folks feel perfectly all right without a roof over seek as a prized possession the signature out Immediately upon receipt, fees Ry amount collected ... 'Ii'!
rl' of convicted of way a congressman can get England, last summer. To Balance due _
a man one H.IJil!
their heads as long as they have this year's model automo- from under this particular bur- collected by their offices and pro Coviitr Road and DrlilurTo
in It
.. of the worst crimes history den Is to cut out the jobs Instead otryln vide for payment of expenses of: tOTICH OF THfHTKH KLKCTIOW9! balance due ____... :,1511'By !
| 'bile. becomes more than a hobby-It it By the power vented In them by amount collected 16b''
I ,. and such defeatee to create new ones with al1 these offices upon warrant approved the law ol Florida the Hoard of To Balance due _._______ 1l.bCoa.tF
, 0 an obsession as him. by the county commission Public Instruction of Bradford School General
the of and relaxation the odds Against County hereby calls election To Balance due _.___ _
husband. ;Princes purposes pleasure to be 11.1:1\ f :- Barbara Hutton is divorcing: herroyal for which It original. It seems reaaonable to assum< (There was an additional proposal held. In Hampton, Starke, clralmm. Hy amount collected -. W:'
was by the board to abolish the fee New River and Krnoker on Tuesday To Balance due IIIIIIICo.nly
ornaments for a Woolworth that If there weren.t so blamed ,
!" are pretty expensive -even ly cultivated. ,; and April 23, 1935 for the purpose ofelecting Polls
many jobs, there wouldn't be so system for county officers three trunteea In. each district To Balance due __. -_ m.!
S,I'' heiress.. for 'em. In the< place them on straight salaries ac and determining the amount of By amount collected .....-.,. ITo
.,.. PROSPER MK. SKAGEN many guys asKJn' niillHHTe to be assessed In "'<<'h. Balance due _....- 330
0- The extent to which end of the dnjf,. the Congrensma' cording to population the counties For the purpoHO of holding Raid Total Hub-Seliool RrKnlnr
) called General Johnson a broken phonograph many per.Iona himself Is largely to blame for the< [ ). 1Increase election In Hampton the followingmanagers To Balance due __. 1I.mu
: Father Coughlin collected
are dependent upon real are appointed: Dan John- Hy amount -...._. 2114
like condition complains about.Some'day In a stamp tax on ". K. M. Taylor, U A. Johns and To Balance due 11,4117
'f. of the General's words pricked more is illustrated by .nt -
; record. Some weekly newspaper ia estate sales to one per cent of the H. CMerk. For the pur Total Sub-School Bonilnl
this item in a West Florida newspaper acme congressman "el. :r1J3rn\ said election In To Balance due ___-,._... 6. JOiBy ::
J a phonograph needle. : "To one Okaloosa County gonna get fed up on this business sale price. The present documen- Urahani the following manage, are amount collected __.. If1!
'I 0 of beln hounded to death by job tary stamp levy on such trans appointed: : John MuKlnney. U. C. I To Balance due _.. .- 6,511.'
citizen the of his Oka- Wandln ..
. presence Kmlth. H. Thomas and Klley Widow' Pe lon
IL Wonder if the "lift" these cigarette advertisements talk oosa News-Journal the mall boxi hunters 'and he'll get up .on hli actions Is one-tenth of one percent Clerk. For; the purpose of holdingsaid I To Balance due ___?___. 6117;!
hind and start a movement tt ). The proposed stamp tax on election; In New River the followhiK By amount collected '11.11I
second-hand automobile gets too day ahead of the usual time last legs managers are appointed To Balance due .- -. 10li'
when mortgages -
k about'could be used a week meant but one thing-he had cut out all of 'em. If a congressman sales would not apply on Kuxtaee Kelly, M. I* Johns, C. C. I lloml llrldKB Interest
,. notes and such matters. Butler and }oJ. A. Rapp Clerk. For Slaking rand ,
sand bed? didn't have jobs*to give
in any
\ deep a lost a day somewhere. Accotd.Ingly the purpose of holding, / Maid election. Tn Balance due _. J7.4JHIty !
0 Mr. Louis Skagen, who livesnldway out and refused to create any new In Brooker the following managersare amount collecte-- l.-Gi: ,
'I' / it would 'save him a lot ol HOMECOMING, CHURCH appointed: W. L.. Harrell. L. H. To Balance due 28.815|
: that the "spirit of destruction" in between Crestview and ones
j tell us
to grief and worry, and the taxpayersa : Sunday was Homecoming day at
the: Bay, made his weekly trip
.;, a child is the same as the constructive. impulse.. But do the the county seat on Friday, think billion dollars. | the Raiford Baptist Church and II

But then, Isuppose it'* downright crowd gathered to participate -
k children know this? ng It was Saturday. largo
Such faith is touching and sinful to be thinkln' about a In the program. ,
II thing like that"at a time when so Bible -
of From the assembling
makes us even more conscious i
Spring fashions are designed to make women "look ten people are out of work and SPECIAI
r.-:: : the: responsibility of newspaper many school until the last address,,

;tl1: years younger." And the bills? will probably make husbands hat: is received every week with need employment and I probably every moment was full of interest

older.Mussolini's pen arms into many homes whewst wouldn't think of It If the sure and profit all through the day.
look ten '
years is often the only printed word enough unemployed were' gettln' Several former pastors of the

tl'" 0 to; connect the family with the out the: jobs, but they aren't. church were present and had apart

'IJI{ campaign has failed ,to halt Italy's falling side world. : In most instances the congress- in the inteerstlng discussions

birth; rate. Perhaps he'd be more successful ;if he passed a May kind fate proper the Louis man's plums go to folks who don't besides the present pastor the
" kagcns of the world., Without I ictually need 'em, In payment of apolitical Rev. J. T. Lyle who helped to plan

,', .!,/ law making children illegal. hem the country newspaper would debt or as an advance and carry out.the program.

, iy o .. :ease to exist., payment on a future one, and you The weather was Ideal and the

; With this Federal drive on crime some of our leading -0-- can't blame a congressman for Springtime atmosphere was
WORDS AND FIREWORKSFrom hat either brought in doors by way of decorations K
. t gangsters,,, never know when they will be subjected to the I' what we read In the pa- But the next congressman who of wild jasmine, bridal n

!If indignity of a night in jail. pers It seems that vaudeville ar. itopH me on the street and starts wreath and valley lilies to welcome

o tlata;l and circus performers would vhlnln' about job-hunters, all I can home comers to the church build-

,r ; ;; That man Daytona Beach who rigged himself up a bo:>complaint perfectly of "unfair justified competition"In ,filing a i louse lay Is and"Well if you Buddy!don't, it'like* your the play-way ing.A beautiful baptismal service

{ ., pair of wings and flew around in the air is certainly in position against the United States Senaten I the game la played, all you gotta was conducted In the afternpon

to play a lot of dirty tricks on his creditors. Its current melodramatic seaIon. lo Is make some NEW RULES---!" in a pool near the church.

,0- Ordinarily. empty galleries in the : It la equally embarrassing to sincere Legion I

; f Dorothy Dix says the world needs good cooks more than Senate chamber are now jammed, : opponents of the Administration PostFiles

''f. secretaries. Perhaps she's right. You never hear anyone It is said, and the visitor to Washogton who know that the voting ReportIn -

I is through' typewriter. who wants a glimpse of the public i I. not going to be swayedy I
that the to a man's heart
say way .uguat body In action must go i ) name-calling. Patriots on both answer to an inquiry concerning OFFER

J' 0 early In the morning and stand In ides are shaking their heads sadly activities of the Jones- I '.

; A man .in, Tacoma, Washington kept a cigar for fifty Ino for a seat. The change, how- and waiting for the Senate to get Langford-White Post American

It was probably one his wife gave him for Christmas, ever Isn't due to a rising Interest lack to work:in a dignified man- Legion the following report was
'1, years. on the part of citizens in serious nero this week submitted byA.. J.
:""t. and he couldn't find a place to throw it where she wouldn'tfind ] luestlons of government. It la :r. '. '- Thomas, post commander 1000 BERRY TICKETS

+ r, it. iccauae'of the fact that the Sen- MISSION HALLIn "Our membership shows an Increase

'w o ate has turned itself into what ham i studying the "Additional 3 over last year.

been described as "a first class I D.." Tuesday night at the Mission, "Last spring we sponsored and
:'\..r( Thackery said that the greatest happiness comes from road show admission free. the Bible students went on an Imaginary promoted a strawberry festival for

the greatest activity. According to'that theory the man with The present session has been trip to the "Cave of Adul- Bradford County which was a $1.50 F'

fk ants in his pants should represent the height of worldly con sitting for more than two months; um" with David when he fled marked success in attracting people
and not a single piece of leglsla- rom' Saul. All who were In "Dls- to Starke and advertising

d:: tentment. lon of national importance ha tress, Debt and Discontent" went Bradford County. Plans are under

7 0 b teen either passed or defeated. On hither to him down there and I way for a similar attraction ,this EACH

:\: One of the opposition recently said: "There is nothing : be floor' members are fighting ound refuge, with David as Cap i italn. year. CHANGE 25c EXTRA

mong themselves and quarreling ; I "We sent delegates to the National :'
have been
..;,, the New'Deal' has so far done that could not ,lover the pettiest of matters. The leader set forth the need of I II Convention at Miami, and

";'{ better by an earthquake." Well, we never tried eating a piece 'leasing to those who like a good hose who' find themselves todaya have sent delegates. to every Dis- THIS LOW PRICE

K; of earthquake. ;Ircus, this action isn't pleasing to ,I a similar condition to "go thith- trict Conference.

0. ither citizens, either for or against I r" to Jesus the "Captain of ouralvatlon" "We have furnished quarter for

; the Administration who want to -Hebrew* 3:10 and find a FERA sewing room for Bradford ,
}"!> It's rather amusing to read the same editorial in a couple lee things done. relief from the Three Ds for Psalm County for a year or more. GOODONLY '

f; of dozen exchanges with no credit to the real author.-Key At this writing, the emergency 4:17: says "The righteous cry and "We furnished a major portion .

", West Sunday Star. 'Yeah-amusing to everybody but the pending bill has not yet come to the Lord hearetn and dellvereth. of the equipment for the county
a vote, although It Is expected to hem out of all their troubles.. lumen to be used for the Instruction
'5' fellow who wrote it first. have a show down before the week A special solo entitled, "Why I of mother in the care of

0- I. out. The future of NRA Is In Should I Worry," most fitting to children, etc"I -

Huey Long says that his doctrine of "Every Man a King" he lap of the goda and all signs In- the subject was sung. I "Our Post la recognized by all WHEN CASH ACCOMPANIES ORDER

) Shakespeare, icate that when the President' A. rather unusual method of .civic organizations, and our members -
Lord Bacon. Milton.
i has been advocated by octal security program cornea up tudy will be-Used next week at theigular serve as representatives of therganlzatlon

Socrates, Plato Diogenes. Pope Pius XI. Marconi, Daniel for consideration firework even study hour when a numberf > In practically every

Webster, Emerson LincolnMJackson, William Jennings Bryan more spectacular than those of the student of the Bible will bring Important committee la the Coun- BRADFORD COUNTY

,t that those illustrious aat> week will flare. a discussion on the subject
B and Theodore Roosevelt. Strange y."Our
This Is of Watch". Hear them and
course embarrassing check upon organization hall and will
gentlemen"should have left it to Huey to put the doctrine into to t the Administration whoa en- what the Word has on this 1m- stand for every safe ..and sane TELEGRAPH

i; effect. Ure recovery program la at stake.|I artant subject. novement for the betterment of

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