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 29, 1935
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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GIVE An automobile driven by Charles FOR EXEMPTION i A:'mistrial was*declared In Coun- ON ROAD I RELIEFVILL \;

O'Conell retired Govern went ty Judge's Court here Tuesday In

worker now living in Miami, over- the case of Joel Smith, truck driver -

[HIBITION turned a few miles west of here ENDS SOON of Hawthorns( accused of reck- NEAR LAWTEY \ STOP :

Monday morning when a front tire less driving in connection with an

blew out. accident on April IT. 1934 in which .1,

jack Lamb Will Mr. O'Conell and his son, who Most ApplicationsAre Dr. G. W. Brown, of Lawtey, was Struck By Auto Require Federal '
was riding with him, escaped witha seriously Injured.

Be Here Next few bruises but the automobilewas Already Smith testified that he came up- .While OnHorse Funds To Be

badly damaged. Turned In on another truck parked on the
Tuesday The driver said that he was on road without tall light and that MatchedMORE ;

the way to visit in Lake City he was forced to turn sharply to '

|>JVA ILL WANT TO SEE where he used to be editor of a PERIOD FOR INTANGIBLE the left and thus ran Into Dr. INQUEST WILL BE HELD THAN 400 WORKING "

Rf, -FAI\IOUS\ ,ANGLER paper about fifty years ago. TAX ALSO OVER APRIL 1 Brown who was just driving his HERE[ THIS AFTERNOONDavid ON PROJECTS THIS WEEK '
+- car off from in front, of his homeat -

Lamb celebrated bass fish- "I believe they're about all in," Lawtey. Manning, 63, farmer living Four hundred relief
ck clients
GREEN ASKS Tax Assesor N. D. WaInwright I The driver of the ,other truck were ,
mile west of
from Texas Is coming to Lawtey was working .he-e. this week with the }
bm said testified that he was not
yesterday in referring to the parkedon killed by an automobile early Sun. threat
hanging over their heads of
|ke next Tuesday to give a period for filing applications for the highway, but was driving' day afternoon while riding a mule no more relief for :Florida unless
of his skill with FoeHomesteadPROJECT homestead tax along slowly and partially off the i
nutratlon exemptions, which along Road 13 near his home. I the state legislature matches 1f

fund fly rods and to teach fl h- I closes Monday April 1. road because of a flat tire. Mr. Manning was thrown from funds to the tune of $2 government O,4 ;e,
Mr. that The other tried at this
Wainwright estimates case his horse and Buffered
something of the art of ang- HERESAYS an open 000 a month.
a at least 600 applications have been brief term of court was that of E. fracture of the leg. He was brought Charley E. Johns, Bradford 1

I for game fish. Acclaimed as filed In hla office and says that a N. Coleman who was found not here where the leg was amputated County Representative, who left I Harry L. HopkIns; Federal administrator. r

I greatest bas angler in ,the BRADFORD-UNION large number of widows, spinsters guilty of a charge of cutting' tim- but failed to rally after the opera- yesterday for Tallahassee where hat taken the positionthat

d, Lamb has caught more than and bachelors, who are not now entitled ber on another's landBERRY tion, and died at 11 o'clock Sun- the legislative session opens next relief Florida should begin to share

fish during SOIL SUITABLEFOR to exemption under the law, day night. Tuesday Mr. Johns will spend expense. It Is declared that
o of these game the Federal
PURPOSE have applied. It is the tux as- the week-end here in order to attend administration' ,,
I twenty-four years of fishing sessor's belief that the legislature CROPIn The automobile, driven by C, O. a meeting Saturday of the had spent 131,194,180: In Florida
Waters Gulf Hammock railroad
louthern waters Congressman R. A.. Green has will change the amendment to include Bradford Union Farmers' and during the twenty-one months ending
agent, turned over, but did not Injure September 30 1034
| exhibition will be at 4ck recommended to State Director these classes of applicants Stockmen's Association
i e
the driver. The car was of civil works
afternoon at a site to Julius F, Stone, Jr., the advisability Monday Is also the dead-line for County program expendi
In I righted and Mr. Waters was able tures. To offset thlll, local
of establishing a Subsistence filing intangible tax returns, the ., a governments
elected later and will be freee to drive on to Jacksonville where LEGISLATURE -cltlos and counties, -
Homestead Project in Bradfordand assessor said. Persons falling to
public. PICKING UP his wife In. a hospital patient had contributed $623.828.: mostly in 'id''
Union Counties. make these returns are subject to
in I a brief vacation from hisc Sheriff W. J. Epperson who Investigated materials, while the state government ,
In his communication the Congressman a fine of $500: or six months Imprisonment -
In Fort Worth Texas Lamb the accident, said thatit To Meet has not haij to pay one cent.
pointed out the adapta- or both.
| here to explore Florida lakes FIRST CAR OP SEASON occurred when the
e Consequently, the state through
bility of the soils in these two Intangible personal property is
himself and learn the true con- BEINC. LOADED AT farmer attempted to turn from the its legislature in Tallahassee
counties for practically all kinds defined by state law as that "whIch I meeting
Ins about the fishing here. He highway onto a dirt road BIG PROBLEMS '
leadingto next Tuesday must put fit
of general fanning truck, and is not in itself intrinsically valuable LAWTEYApproximately up
[appeared In forty-two cities instate fruit crops. He also mentionedthe ? but which derives its chief .----1 his home. Mr. Waters was unable leant.. a quurler of a million dul'N,

I and has visited prac- accessibllty to market local value from that which it represents 408 crates of to swing around Manning be- WEKJHTY: SESSION TO lars a month if it expects to continue : -
all of the better fishing another automobile .
lly cause was ap.I receiving federal relief funds
and distant and mentioned other It includes therefore strawberries here Wednesday gave
|.mls. good reasons for consideration.Mr stocks, bonds, papers of various promise of what.Bradford County's I preaching from the north, witnesses GET UNDER WAYTUESDAY Approximately $3,200 will be

> Is a writer whose articles ,. Green submitted the namesof kinds, cash, bank deposits, accounts (Jrop was" ready to do If a little said. paid to workers here this week.- '

appeared in thousands of local county leaders for the DI- receivable and similar hold- rain would come along to put vitality An inquest into Manning's death -, the last In March-but no Inkling

papers and his book "How Toh rector to contact as follows: N. D Ings, Mr. Wainwright said. Into thirsty plants. The will be held at 2 o'clock this aft Ily Howard W. Hartley as to the procedure beyond this

or John Bass" Is recognlz- Wainwright Joe Wilson, CharlesE. movement was light however up ernoon by County Judge E. K (Staff Correspondent| FNH! ) date has been received by the- local;

li the last word In authority on Johns, F. F. Stump. A. J. Grlf- until Wednesday; with only 300 Perryman when testimony of wit TALLAHASSEE, March 28- relief adminIstration.

sport. Dr. W. E. Mlddleton and JudgeA. NEW LUMBER crates over the week-end and the nesses to the. accident will be Three
to Lamb fishing has fie (FNS) Facing the most formidable sewing rooms were in operation -
]cording.' adherents than baseball, foot Z. AdkIns, all of Starke: Dr. J. COMPANY HERE I first two days of this week. heard. array of problems ever to confront In the county this week '

tennis and golf combined, E. Maines Sbeppard Thomas, N. I Reports from Lawtey state thut Funeral services for Mr. Manning a Florida l legislature, the state's aa well as the comfort factory, various -

|a of fourteen Southern E. Roberts, A. D. Andrew, J. W. .O. H. BENNETT ANNOUNCES ,, the first car Is being loaded out of ,were held Tuesday morningat lawmakers began converging .ou beautification projects the

s i survey showed more than 4,500,000 Townsend, and S.{. T,.Powllng. of OPENING OF BUSINESS there this week the Hope Cemetery The DeWItt I Tallahassee this week to partial Lawtey ditch and malaria control.
Lake Butler. I Prices have shown no signs of C."Jones Company was In charge ,I pate In the series of pre-sesslon .
krmen. It is said that one Announcement of the opening of dropping with ten cents a pint be- of arrangements. The Rev. James conferences dealing chiefly with
very four Americans goes the Bennett Lumber Company here LARGE CROWDS
ing about the average for the past Lyle conducted the service. matters of organization.
Ing, Lamb contends that most ST. AUGUSTINE I was made this week by G. H. Ben- week. '
Survivors are four sons: Clarence Mont of the talk here today con- ;Yx
he people who own bit and I .
Plant reports'that If'
GUARDSTO City dry the outcome of the race'for *
nett.A Cleveland Smith and Louis cerns '
[ods do not know how to'use
of and TRAIN'
good grade cypress weather continue there'will soon 'Manning and Miss Speaker of the House of Representatives STOPS HERB FOR },
one daughter,
and his exhibitions are moree AT pine lumber and a complete line of be reduction In FIVE MINUTES
ENJOY OUTING a sharp berry a position held two ,
Margaret Manning, of New York yearsago
order of a casting school to other materials Is being ,
building from that With
KINGSLEY LAKE shipments point.
Peter of
by Tomasello Okee-
City. Also four brothers: Irvin ti
v people how it should be done. placed in stock and Mr.. Bennett curtailed loadings prices have held Hundreds of people thronged
chobee who did not seek re-elec
bmb has at civics 124th Infantry Sam, Charlie and RaIford Man- around the Seaboard Air Line Rail-
spoken many The Service Company, jays that within the next few days well there with some fruit
ning, and four sisters: Mr. Tiff tion. Two .names figure In the ,
the state the National Guard way station! here early
throughout on Florida he will be In position to supply bringing as high as fifteen centsa Tuesday
contest. Mac-
speakershlp Rep.
tervatton of black bass, and from St. Augustine, under the needs of builders In this vicinity.The pint. ,Norman, Mrs Jim Norman Mrs morning for an outside Inspectionof 7-
Christie of and BBishop .
Duval Rep. W.
that the of Florida is F, William Padgett and Mrs. Leonard ; the Zephyr, DOW streamlined r
i fIshing command of Captain George new firm is occupying a Shipments from Plant City have of Jefferson. :
|sly overestimated. He says Kendrick will 'visit KIngsley Lake building owned by L. M. Gray, already totaled 15,323,953: : : pints for Taylor Most of the surviving both, aspirants seem Supportersof confIdent train belonging the Burlington .

state could draw fishermen Sunday arriving at the cottage of that Is situated a block south of which growers there have receivedan relatives live In the ,Lawtey sec of victory although, the contest I Railroad. It was orglnlally announced -> 1'';
i all over the country If prop- Dr. E. L. Biggs about 10 a. m. and the Seaboard Airline Railway sta- estimated return of $1,539- tion.Pall to be too close for'conservative that the train, making' a .t
| epa were taken to Increase the departing for the home station In Jon. 811.44. bearers were: C. Register, trial run from Washington D. C. '.-

supply to where a person the late afternoon. The visit Is Mr. Bennett says that hIs firm ---.-.- John Bennett Robert Blanchard predicting. Over In the Senate to Miami, would not stop here, but Ii
having being made for the purpose will be in position to carry aa '
Stockmen Tat Meet A O.,Mathews. ator W. C. Hodges, of Tallahassee,
remote places to do it. Acting the organization an outing and as 300,000 feet of lumber in stock, prominent local citizens, railroad 'to
nominee of the holdover members
I to Lamb the clear lakes to aid In the further conditioninga If necessary. The Bradford-Union Farmer'sand officials altered their schedule to 09'
at the caucus held at the close of
[Florida are a God-send andId part of the new motor equip- Stockmen's Association will MISS STRODE the last seBHlon. allow a five-minute stop la Starkf. :''t

be stocked so that every- ment recently Issued the Florida bold a meeting at the Court Househere There was time onlY'fol' an out- :
y who goes out would be able National Guard by the War De- Saturday afternoon at two- DIED THIS WEEK There are so many major Issueson side Inspection and no one was allowed .l

tcb a melts of fish. This would partment.The IS BURIED HERE thirty p. m. thin year's legislative docket it inside of the train her*. y';
All farmers and stockmen: are SOCIAL WORKER OWNED Is difficult to select the most out
i asset to the state second on- consists of four School children and grownups '1i,t
> the present tourist trade, tie equipment and one-half ton trucks NEWTON DREAD WYNN DIES- urged to be present 'at this ,meet HOME IN STARKE standing. The problem of pro- ; milled around the Zephyr, whichepresents ,
new one IN ODESSA ing as It will te the last meet viding revenue to replace losses streara-
a red. the last word In 4\.
which are the latest in type man- Miss' Mildred Strode of Starke. ;
sustained the of
1mb has been to ing to be held before the legIsla- through adoption lined light stainless
weight, steel
showing ufactured for special military pur- Newton Dread Wynn, 74, native died In a Jacksonville hospital the homestead exemption amend- yi(
ture meets and at this meeting
Bunds and here dlesel-powered trains. It Is said
( hIs 1'o
appearance on specifications drawn by of Starke died this week at Tuesday afternon after a brief Illness :
poses ment Is the vexingof
and of the possibly
I rules regulations: association
probably bring out all of the that the Seaboard Is contemplating '
the War Department. his home in Odessa, where be: will be adopted. the lot. This big job naturally ;'i
enthusiasts in this section.is the purchase of two similar trains
png First _Lieutenant__ Robert T, MsDaniel : moved thirty years ago from here. ..' Miss Strode was a native of brings up the question of the general \!\
on his u for use between Jacksonville and ,,1 t
back to Texas
way the Charleston, III, but had been a ,(
the Regimental Transportation He bras a section foreman sales tax--a revenue raising
will leave for home after his Officer will handle the details -' Seaboard Air Line Railway Com- I GREEN VOTES resident of Starke and Green Cove method that has been rejected by Miami. k'

'matratlon In Lake City April movements of the con- Springs: for the past two years. legislature but '
of the pany. FOR PATMAN BILL many previous ;
She came to Florida from New GASOLINE USE
voy. Lieutenant Owen W. Griffin Survivors are his wife Mrs. seems to have a better chance of

-. an officer of this unit, and Vivian Wynn, one son, Calvin FLORIDA CONGRESSMEN York City and engaged' In social getting majorities this year. Citrus SHOWS DECLINE *

HIRLEY TEMPLE Sergeant Maxwell O. Thrower, Wynn of Gainesville, and five SPLIT ON BONUS work. growers are anxious about Governor -

Regular Army Sergeant Instructor daughters: Mrs. Mae Willis, Odessa She Is survived by two sisters Sholtz's program for the re- FIGURES FOR FEBRUARY f'.,

BACK AGAINLE on duty with the unit, both Mrs. Laura Hinson, St Petersburg The aJmlnlstrl.Uon-: PPOMed Pat- Miss Pauline Strode, who is engaged labilltatlun of their Industry and FALL BELOW JANUARY ,'

formerly of Starke will accompany -' Mrs. Fannie Ballseafer, of man bill for paying' off the sol In social service work In he: legislature also must do something :"

COLONEL" EXPECTEDTO the convoy. Connecticut and Misses Willie and diers' bonus by Issuing f2.OOO.000- Green Cove Springs and Miss Jo- about providing funds to Gasoline consumption' In Brad- 1,;

BE POPULAR will welcome visitors -I Lucille Wynn of Odessa. 000 of new money was passed last sephine Strode who Is working In match federal emergency relief ap- ford County showed a decline of ('
Company the Friday by the House>of Representatives Kaunas. The sisters own a homein roprlatlou with the bitter alter- approximately 4,000 gallon' In di!
per a brief absence Shirley who wish to Inspect brought here Wed I
The body was t
and sent to the Senate. Starke. with January
native/ of no further money from 'ebruary as compared -
pIe returns to of In Cemetery -
burial Crosby
screen equipment. nesday for had not '
Ritz The vote was 318 to ninety more Funeral arrangements the government at Washington figures compiled by the Department ;
Theatre In "The funeral was hH
Sunday and tbs two-thirds' to been announced yesterday of at Tallahassee
than the Agriculture -
the ..
Then beleagnred legislator
lie "
Colonel, which is expectednd from the home of a niece, Mrs. W. .
her CASH NIGHT pass the measure over a presidential will be asked to provide a stable ,
fans Into even greater H. Green. Bore Sri Glddena were
des than was occasioned by AT THEATRE HERERITZ In charge of arrangements. veto. Placing Materials source of Income for the public The totals were: January ol153 ,-
I recent Congressman Green, Caldwell Materials were being' put In schools and thu solution of this gallon' ; February, 87,356 gallons -
showing of "Bright Pall bearers were: C. A. Knight voted In favor of the bill,
and Sears w
TO GIVE AWAY $23: Klckllter. W, W. place this week for a building' to problem doubtless will figure Kerosene consumption showed ;
F. '
Bob Cone J. while Peterson and Wilcox opposed in the consideration a from 8,800 In
drop gallon
hree foremost figures of thee EVERY WEEK N. D. Wainwright and F.F be constructed for Congressman R. prominently
e and screen are brought to- Balsden. It A. Green on his property on Call of the sales tax. The new liquor January to 8,971 gallons In February fY''
Night.will be featured each i, Stump. courthouse I I. hammering' at Tallahassee' .
f er In this film, which also Cash Street Just east of the industry
Lionel Barrymore and BIDnHon. week at the Ritz Theatre and Friday Explains Ballot Quigley Davis, the contractors gates for legislation to re- The use of fertilizer Increased

Shirley and Mr: Barre April 5, will be the tint night Building Enlarged JACKSONVILLE, .March 28- expect construction to place the present Davis Package from 178 tons In January to 404<< r ,

need no introduction to on which $25: In cash will b* givenawayaiss Enlargement' of the local officeof (Special J-Buckner Chlpley, President get under way within the next few Act with legislative! opinion sharply tone in February i

['Ie audiences'hut-this Is the ) Mini Manama, mana- Boree. Glddens. Jacksonville of the Florida Tax Revision day. The completed building will divided on what sort of laws .. .

screen appearance .Robln- 'I'et;' ;.aaflounced this week. undertakers was announcer this League, stated today,."apparentlythe be one story, and will have room' should be passed. Some favor the I Fire in
negro tap daacer, who la con- !The -following' rules will be week by Dan Boree. a member of public did not get the full for'seven stores.Signed .tat* dispensary system althoughthis Cemetery ,

"1 to be the- greatest' In his effect: the firm. Th building', situated on sfgniflcanceor rent .ales tax ;c plan has been severely ,lambasted Forest fire last Sunday swept

today. A high spot of the 1. You must leave' your name Tenth Street will be widened referendum of the Florida State By GainesvilleJohn by many Florida newspapers round Crosby Lake Cemetery and

[Is a dance by Shirley and Rob- and address at the theatre before fourteen feet and a second story' Chamber of Commerce :Most pa- Terry, local right banded during the past four week. damaged some grass plots and 4,

noon Friday April 8th. will be added. ,I F per headlined the announcement pitcher, will play with GainesvilleIn Although eight out of ten. legislators shrubbery In lots along the extreme "

fight (Friday) for the last 2. One name,, will be called f of the> Stat Chamber solely as a the Northeast Florida Baseball one encounter hair some eastern edge of the grounds.
the of names left at theatre the sort of bill requiring expenditure, A dirt road around the
Rita will show "Sweet from the list Bonds Popular sales tax referendunvwhereas. League, according to a report In running
c." child from the audiencewill sales tax a here I Is a decided undercurrent to lower part of the
Rudy Vallee's new film A ballot approved the a* the Gainesville Dally Sun of March cemetery kept P"
has Proven exceptionally pop- be asked to call the lucky Local poet office officials announced replacement of the ad valorem tax 26 Mr. Terry has been living' In wield a sharper pruning knife on he fire from spreading to th%

WIth local fans. It contain name. this week that eighty perCent and not as an added tax.-W quote Starke since his marriage several he appropriation bill, particularly main part of the grounds r,
Y must be preaentand the original shipment of of the ballot the schedule recently mad public +
of '
song hits and many other 3. The person : below the full wording month to Mice Dorothy Lamb.
besides Mr. Valle must hold a stub of ticket united States baby bonds ha* been of the State C amber'* referendum age., I by the state budget commission $60ftOO Damage
another order In fact, the taxpayer will be represented -
and .
Mewlay and Wednesday the Rita purchased that night. old here :
I Mow whose Dame been made.Confirm retail sales Day'For ShrlnersSeveral by a group of small but FORT PIERCE-Brush fire
"Grand Old Girl" with 4. If the person bas "I favor a general
Rb on. This popular chaff I* called 1* not present the mony tax on all commodities Including: II local Shrlner expect.to highly efficient lobbies ready to eating' Into 8t Luc I* County citrus -.
I' until following sdajc at..n4.."ahrlne paY"-at tpe.P4at- tlghj to the last ditch to effect real grove bare done upward of /
lieu .
actress play the part of a will be held over Appointment real' estate:: In. pf< al
school ad va. ka Azalea Garden this Sunday afternoon economies through abolition'or 60,000 damage the last two day, "t
for our present
. Principal who leads a Cash Night. of F. T. Stump substitute I
The appointment of useless offices and
H e for will be added each : taxes. *: Special services will beheld .onsolldatlon county official estimated this 4J
reform $10.00
5. lorem
in graft-ridden Cash Night.A as postmaster for Starke wa con- --. .+-'- I in honor Ol visiting Shrlner. applying the rule of present day week..
firmed last week by the United to state -
lpeelal than 100,000 are stricken Members and their families will budgeting every department
Picture 'Thursday lore
be "A Dog of Flanders"on with totalof.1.784 men and ,women State Senate. Mr. Stump ha been for with lobar pnenmonla_*vrx ysat I leave from the Morocco Temple, In from governor's office on The chief seaport of Dahomey j
kle Uncle Sam in serving as'acting postmaster" I Jacksonville, at o'clock a. m. down to capitol Janitor French: West Africa I Is Kotonu.,- -
""ow* .and Lightening are now I Several: months.. ?. In.0. the___- Unlted/BUt, ._..._ ____ !
famous dog actor. Sequoia! park, California.v


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MU. Ada NI....... Corrmpnudcii Airs. O. E. Crosby, CorrespondentMr. Minn Ilkodn Zelgrlcr. Correspondent Thrlma Ithoden, Cor. E. Crews Correspondent Aim. T. A. Bonier CorrenpondeBt I From Other Pens
L. Mr. and Mrs.Teuton Morgan and
E t; Oeo. F. Tibbett from Camp of and Mrs. Wesley Johns, Mr. Mrs A. L. Sullivan; of Theressa Miss Juanita Williams. spent last Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bessant Jr. children spent Sunday afternoon

S the Palms, and his wonderful choir, and Mrs. O. F. Tomlinson, Mr, and and daughter Mrs. S. W. Griffithof week In Ft. Myers' "Visiting.friends of Starke, visited friends here htre with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ro-

I conducted services at the Baptist Mrs O. E. Crosby and Mr. and Miami, were visiting in Gainesville and relatives., : Sunday. sier. AROUND TilE CORNER

,' Church last Sunday evening The Mrs. J.. L Johns and Joe, Albert, Saturday. Brack Prevatt of Hampton was Mrs. Luclle Woods of WUliaton 'Misses Emmaline Morgan and Around the corner I

Ish church was crowded and everybody Fernie, Bud and Alton Moody were Mrs. J. A. Milllken and small visiting! Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jones spent the week-end here with rela- Jamie Sapp spent Saturday night friend, in this great city have 1
s enjoyed the services.Mrs. those transacting business Sylvia Louise and Miss whlt/l among daughter tives.R. .
It Sunday afternoon.Mr. with Miss Pauline Rosier. has no end; yet days go by
W. P. Blrt and son W. M., In Starke Saturday Ruth Johnson of Starke were via- ., and Mrs. Newn Burney and L. Crews and. family of Starke Rev. L A. Donnelly of Stark weeks rush on and before I knot IIId
r of Gainesville, were the guests ofT Troy Andrews of Morrlston was itlng at Theresas Saturday. weer visitors here Sunday.Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs,, Lacy: Parmenter all filled his regular appointmenthere it a year has gone, and I (never
Mrs. Blrt's slater, Miss Ada Nim- visiting here Saturday. Miss Daisy Moore of Clearwater of Jacksonville were guests of Mr. and Mss Owen Marr of Saturday night and Sunday. my old friend's face; for Life iii lilt

drne mo, last Sunday. Norman Wiggins of Jacksonville spent the week-end with her pa- and Mrs. R. U. Parmenter Sun- Mlms, visited relatives Saturday. Miss Pauline Rosier who la swift and terrible race.
9 relatives here Mr. and Mrs. D, W. Moore .
White of Starke was visiting rents Clarence Parker spent Friday
Miss Dorothy spending several! weeks with her He knows I like him Just as
was the week-end guest of Miss :Sunday.;: of Theressa. I day.Mrs.. her and Saturday In Jacksonville.Mrs. aunt, Mrs. Leaton Morgan near as in the days when I wen
Mary'Kite was visiting rang Ni,
few from here attendedthe Mrs. Sullivan, Mrs.
Quite a Josephine Crews and Miss Grace
M. L.
Elaine Wynn. the week-end here bell, and he rang mine.
Starke, spent We
the first of
L. Kite here
son, wen
Georgia, lo'ioridand! Alabama Priest and Mrs. Wilson of Hampton of Raiford and Mrs. A. A.
,,1!)' There will be a union service at the week.A Crews with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. younger then; and now we an
Singing Convention at Lake City attended services at the Hope trews little June, of
t' and daughter
the Baptist Church next Sunday. E. Rosier, busy tired men-tired with
thRdi very large crowd attended the pia,
a Church here .
Sunday.M. Baptist Sunday, visited F. M. Crewsand
( I Iofs Rev. Lyle, the poster, will conduct dance given at,, the home of Mr. Gainesville Ing a foolish game; tired with ll''.
Its Sl, L. Johns was a business visitor A. L. Sullivan"" was transacting family here Monday., )
service, and the mu- ing to make a name.
the preaching and Mrs. Joe Garrison Friday SAXTON
to Slarke ItonJay. business In Starke Saturday.Mr. returned -
Frances Starling
t"fha' : 'sic will be furnished by the three of Lake Howard Moore who Is attending night.. Everyone reported a nice Miss aftera Mrn. W. ... T,lor. Correspondent "Tomorrow.: say "I will cajon
; churches. Everybody la Invited to Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kite from Williston Saturday him" But tomorrow comesI
tl Butler were visiting her parents, the University of Floridaat time.Mr. visit with relatives there. Miss Dorothy Swanbom returned -
be present,.and participate in the and Mr. Ranch Petty of i I and tomorrow goes; and the dIJ.I .
der vwe Turner Satur- Gainesville was visiting his parents called to"Montgomery '' after a
services: Mr. and Mrs. R. J. L. L. Grant was to Tallahassee Sunday tance between us grows and
visiting Mr. and Mrs.L. I
Raiford grows
: Mr. and Mrs D. W. Mooreat were
day night. Ala., Wednesday by the week-end visit with her mother Around the corner!
Mrs. I. J. Priest nnd Mrs. J. P. Theressa Sunday.; Thornton Sunday. I, yet sinsaway"Here'a
serious illness of his father. Mrs. W. R. Swanbom.Mr. .
Little and Doris
Betty Crosby a telegram
N'' Sullivan attended preaching at Miss Mildred, Brnughton: of Gra- sir Jim
Theroasa last Sunday. have returned to their home here Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Zeigler of' ham was a visitor in our section Mrs. H. C. Wimberly, Miss Ethel and Mrs. W. A. .Tyler at- died today" And that's what M
after enjoying a week's visit with Gainesville, were visiting the for- I Ricks and Carson M. Grlffls were tended church in the home of Mr get-yet deserve in the

du.W)1. Mrs S.,V. Johnson, who has been relatives at Rising.Mr. mer's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Saturday.Leo visitors to. Jacksonville Wednes- Scott Green Sunday night.J. around the corner a van end-
Edwards Misses isbet
l was! visiting -
the guest of her daughter, Mrs. L. Zeigler here Thursday.Mrs. C. Dickson was a visitor here
and Mrs. J. L. Johns were Lois Rosa'and Edith Moore day.Mrs. friend.-Charles Hanson Towne.KIFUCY .
yt A. ''Johns this winter has returnedto transacting business In Lake But A, H. Johns and son, L. M. Nelson T. Green and little Saturday afternoon. I _

; byk ,r raged to her home in Preston, Kentucky. Saturday. Gaines, of Starke were visiting Sunday afternoon.D son of Starke spent Friday here Friends", of Bob Batten will be I II I
L. Kite' and mother, Mrs. SHOULD \'ISlTSUWANNEE
B. Haynes and family, of Winter Howard Thomas whl has been the former's brother-in-law and with relatives.C. glad to know he is improving af-
S Haven spent the weak-end with hU. ulster Mr. and Mrs C. Mary Kite were visitors to Rai- returned, to his Ill V'ER
seriously ill at his home here was Sullivan in W. Gunn te ra long illness
,earl' y? father and mother, Mr and Mrs. O. removed to the Gill hospital in Thereasa Sunday. ford Sunday afternoon.returned home home In Jacksonville\ Monday af- Mr. and Mrs. L R.' Starling and Robert Ripley and Stephen 1 F
flcfth Earl Parmenter
y Haynes.Mr. Starke Saturday night. after a week's visit in ter a stay here of several days relieving Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hicks were tha ter, author of 'Way Down tpa>

It j and Mrs. L. J., Wynn were BennettBroadwayMr. I Saturday L, L. Grant as Seaboard op guests of Mr. and Mrs B. Batten the Suwannee River," have at lei

AID transacting; business In Starke Tamiami Trail's unsightly bill- G. M. Bennett of Lakeland, Jacksonville R. V. Parmenter with relatives., Freeman erator. While here he was the Sunday afternoon. one thing In common If we lit]
Georgia la announcing the mar- of H. C. Wimberly. MW. to the
guest Mrs. MM WM. M MHW-HVW. accept popular belief the
last Thursday. boards being razed. W.' C. Rhoden were business -
for( riage of his daughter Ruth Etta, Hodges Sat- Mrs. E. G. Plpenbrlnk and little sailed the first of the week for Eu- Mr. Foster never saw the stn

k l to H. C. Broadway on Monday, visitors to Lake. Geneva son. Pete, arrived Saturday for 8 rope. He was accompanied by which be immortalized.
otlot Scientists Find Fast Way I March 11, 1935, at Clearwater. urday. afternoon.Mr. and Mrs.. Lacy Davis of visit with her parents. Mr anc Mrs. Ward and Miss Ga hora. ; Had Mr. Ripley even' taken (tie

Mrs. E. Carter in Clay Hill section. Mr. and Mrs. Harold R. Law- out to visit Florida to see the !S.
G. M. Bennett of Lakeland wttth
pet Jacksonville' spent Sunday _
.- River for himself |
entertained at dinner Thurs- wannee t
frt Ga.. Is visiting his son-in-law and I her parents, Mr. and Mrs." R. U. -r- rence
,, to Relieve a Cold daughter Mr. and Mrs C. Sullivan Parmenter.Mrs. GUM BRANCHMiss Jay night, having as their guests would never have described It i
Frank Thomas of "a old creek" in his |
of Theresna. Bell Parmenter was calledto Elizabeth Harnage Cor. Mrs Meadvllle swampy cartoon
and Mrs.-Ward H. and of last Thursday.It .
Mr. and Mrs. John Jordan and of her sister Mrs. Mr. Ogden
the bedside ,
hoj ;, 'Ache and Discomjort Eased Almost Instantly Now Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dobbs and Miss Arneta Ogden. was unfortunate that 111,
children of Blue Pond and Mr. and Mary Crawford of Jacksonville,
hofa Mr. Reddish of Raiford were Foster did net have an opportunity
a.f Billy beth Stewart, Mrs. Merwyn Shry-
Mr. J. R. Ad kins of Jacksonville who is very 111;
I f# NOTRM.IaaCTON. were visiting Mrs. Jordan's and I Misses Juanita Williams and visiting J. A. Harnage and family ock, Miss Marguerite McClintock to see the picturesque Suwa:
PIOTUHBS"The Thursday night. Walter visited.he River before his death. Mr. RIley
cua and Mrs. Harper
Mrs. Adklna parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thelma Rhoden spent Saturday
s Mrs. H. Keene'and family were RavinE Gardens In Palatka need not be so unfortunate.1
t' S. R. Swindell of Theressa Sun- night and Sunday'with Miss Leila
simple method pictured here I It Ward of Starke: the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Wednesday.Mrs. the meantime it' can be aIU

the way many. doctors now treat Miss Pauline Howard and Clar- Norman Sunday. J. Russell Hall, Mrs. J. C. that he will receive hundreds of 111

fofo It cold and the aches and pains colds duyWATCH ence Rhoden 'were visiting Miss Mrs. Albert Williams of Jack Call, Mrs. T. R. Demery and Mips vltatlons, together with a mm.f

bring with them I YOURKIDNEYS Irene Yarbrough of the State Farm sonvllle who has been visiting ciclUh Wiggins spent Wednesday in more accurate picture of the I beautiful .
a It is recognized as a safe sure' friends and relatives here returned Gainesville river that flows in the i

L sAYea apiy, QUICK way. For it wUl relieve an !( Sunday Mack afternoon.Carmichael and mother home Sunday. of Floridians who know when tliij!
N TabktsyauWilrw.art:: ui. fttYg ordinary cold almOlt'u fast as you Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Tlllis and !IVOTIfH OK TIU'MTKH KLKCTIOXS: hear the strains of 'Way

., caught it. Be Sure They Properly of Margaret Jacksonville Reddish are this visiting week. Mrs. children of Plant City; spent the the By laws the power of Florida vented, the In Hoard them by of Upon the Suwannee River.]

1 Ask your doctor about this. And Cleanse the Blood week*d with her parents, Mr. Public Instruction of Bradford Tampa Times.
Miss Pauline Greene spent Tues-
y when buy. be that and Mrs J. N Norman.Mr. County hereby calls election' to beheld
you sure you get fn Starke. ,:
with Miss Erma Harris jlainDton. Urahnm.
/ the real BAYER Aspirin Tablets. YOUR kidneys are constantly fil day night and Mrs. J. F. Shaw of the New liver and Brooker on Tuesday
Impurities from the blood of Starke. April 23, 1935 for the of
They dissolve (disintegrate) almost her
Farm were visiting parents
ftream. But kidneys get function I Mrs. Sallie Williams left Friday State electing three trustees. In each district -
instantly. And thus work almost instantly lly di.turbed-lac in their work- Mr., and Mrs. L. L. Connel and determining; the Amount of A CHILD'S LAXATIM
night for'' Fort Myers where she .
l; r when take them. And mlllHHe to be asHeaHed. lireach.For
tall to remove the poisonous body Sunday the of holding -Bald.
lit few rela- purpose
will spend days
rWr r for a gargle,. Genuine Bayer Aspirin wastes. Mr. and Mrs. P. D.: Reddish anC election In Hampton the followingniaiitttferH
Tablets disintegrate with speed and'completeness. ,Then you' may 'suffer, nagging tives. children weretvl itlngMr and Mrs. are appointed. : Dan John SHOULD'BE. LjQUIll
!'. M. l.. J\. John. and
A' Very': large< 'crowd attended ""n. Taylor .
!Y laving no irritatingparticles Oackache. attacks of dizziness, J. S. Sapp Monday: H. H Wlirirtnn.Ulerk,. For the purpose -
< 2.: 'nt ar.III w at.. R'p'.1 or grittiness. burning, scanty or too frequent church at the home of Mr. and Tlllia of of, hold Inn said election In
t ta it ban. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley
,, BAYER Aspirin prices have been .arlaaXlon, getting up at night Mrs. F.,.J. Pattee Sunday night. Clruhani the following manager are (Ask any doctor)
Plant City were the dinner guestsof appointed: John L. C.Hmlth .
swollen feet
decisively reduced aU sizes, and ankles rheumatic Mrs. Mary Mott Is at Brooker H. ThomaH ::dKJrlYW .dl ,
on so T. N. Norman For
r Mr. and Mrs. your own comfort and for
pains? feel "all worn out"Don't s y
,111 there's no point now in accepting visiting her Son, J. R. Mutt and Clerk.; For the !purpose:' of holding children's ..
? delay! For the quicker you Sunday.R. mild election In New Hirer the following safety and future welln)
m other than the real Bayer article you get rid of these poisons, the better family this week. Johns and children of Wood- ninnngerM are Appointed you should read this:
r Mr.; and Mrs. M. Rhoden and Kuntnca. Kelly, 1I... Johns, C. C.
four chances of good health. lawn spent Sunday night with H Ihitli-r and R. A. Sapp, Clerk. For The bowels cannot be helped i
Use Doan'i Pin. Doa",', are for Mr.. and Mrs. Rodman Underhill I the purpose of holding said electionIn regularity by any 'laxative that cio'l'
NOW he kidneys only. They tend to pro- were visitors to Lake Geneva Sun Keene Tirooker the following managersare be regulated as to dose. That u lib ti|
( mote normal functioning of the Mr and Mrs. Leroy Norman appointed: W. I., llarrell L,. It. doctors use liquid laxatives.A .
day. an.i i :
of Mr. and Mrs.J. Waters, Iteddtck Thomas 1: T.
kidneys: should help them pass off were the guests Stewart Clerk. For the purpose of liquid laxative can always b I
J. the Irritating poisons. Doa,,', are S. Sapp Sunday. holding Maid election In fttarke the. ; taken in the right amount. You c
15 recommended by users the countryover. Sound film depicting Florida's W. H. and J. D. Carter were VH-,, following managers Powell : gradually reduce the done. Urdu
R. W. Hayed, C. J. U D.
3 If UWM Y .or.. one mi tUr \' Get them from any dru..lst.DOAN'S four State parks blllpd! for first Iting J A. Harnage Sunday. Green and' F. A. Scott, Clerk.A. I dosage is the ucrel of real and i
BAYER Ain T>bM.In aY : I
f.of a at-I of ...... C .r aM twice. MICE en Genuine' .ore, A.p''MnKadlcaltf showing in ,Miami March 12. Miss Hazel Sapp spent Monday J. OH1FKIS Al.,Supt C. MANNING:. C'hm.333lit..l0. _. ,else./from constipation.
.. inn rarest w.rao.lniert ii siitb. / Mimd .(. All Site. PILLS CCC heroes in leading roles. with her sister Mrs. P. D. Reddish. The nght liquid laxative dnw f III
----. the right amount cf help Ilk,
repeated. instead cf more each tinrl
14; :t'f.: .. BOATDRAIN New I Kidneys you take test. Until bowels are iw'|

ing regularly and thoroughly wtthosany *
!Mrs. Z. Z. Griffin CorreNpoiideiii
,..' U woo could trade your niwUcted. tired and help at all.
;,- ', Mrs. George Bowen has returned law Kidneys(.trldaf fur saw Nlvht onn.Ulnlnv.you Nenau would utomat4olly The liquid laxative renrraliy u
y ,
,li : "."ff:. to her home In Jacksonville after DtnineM. Rheunuttlim Burning Itching:: sad is Dr. Cttldwell's Syrup Pepsin I

.\ ""ffSi-ssiSSsa V '.. spending the pant week herewith try Acidity e.thellad TvearmitfuneuotiKlkidneyrttaordenk..n wd (S1.-ta! ....Must, l ... ... laxatives contains senna that form and no cascara!habit -natal f.'l
d Man : ;; ( ,). tr
her mother Mm. Myrtle MX
.. i: T[: m. im a in ..* nouns keck. Al .d. Ir wail you, in children. Its action is gemlf. b,]
1 \vjfP .. ;:T.. : :.. ; Priest sure. It will clear up a condiim" <
rrh and Pete Griffis made a
Roy biliousness cilia
or sluggishness
yfyt ff v vvKiN N '
'lfif f fgww \
W t1 ) ; ;;.;thM business trip to Tampa last Mon TAKE IMIM'S: IRON TONIC upset. Every druggist; bas itJIsYRUP

BfflSiiliiaigMBiiiirii rnf s t day.Harry Schneider, of Jacksonville< INDIGESTION "j

was visiting Albert Grlffla Wednesday Also UNO Mini's White Oil -t.

IJiilinrnt for Flu mid PEPSI!!
Midges Melba and Mae Prevatt Pneumonia
and \ were visiting their uncle and aunt, .

Mr, and Mrs Eugene Grlffis Sun

day.Rev. < :::" HELPS .
J. T. Barnes of the Rising r ww HELPS

section filled his regular appointments { PREVENTCOtDS SHORTEN A COLD

at China Grove Church Sat- ; ..VICKS V
fJ; A'mO-NOL
F it's urday night and Sunday. Rev. -
even Defter 40.'to't -A fiW D.eM Ur SACS NOST.IN.JU.T au.ow M.M1 ND nalr. _
.. Crosby preached Sunday night and <<,.,. l
the services were enjoyed by all, $ A

rrt l Mrs Louise Prevatt was visiting
her son-in-law and daughter. Mr

and Mr R. L. Lee, Frldayt '

i 'rli than' it Looks KEYSTONE- HEIGHTS

..... T II. Demvrr. Carrespovdv 1 'I 1 i I If

; Mrs. R. B. Gamble was hostessto
i d.tails in each Vkks
a group of friends Monday nightat

G A......Mean ........ her home, honoring Mrs.Walter t
I. Bates of Meadvllle Pa., on her
i n"" I At first sight, America named the Silver Streak It's a marvel on the road-smooth, lively!. easy to birthday. Contract bridge was

f Pontiac the moat beautiful thing on wheel.. But handle and easy on gas and oil. And, aa such super played and at the conclusion of Ho Hum a my fourth I'm hitched for lifel
the games, Mrs. Walter G. Harperwas parationl Wish I could

f, even that high praha tell only half( of Pontlac't fine features as silver-alloy bearings and a completely awarded high prize.- The hostess I'm sewed with
presented Mrs. Bates with a forma lasting attachment COATS
Get (In and discover that this sealed.chassis. Pontiac asks odds of J. & P.
drive no
i. story. you'll ; prove, any memento of the occasion' Refreshments -

i, low-priced car U even better than It'look*. It's. an car at any price when It comes to quality and depend and candy of Ice were cream served., cakes Guests punch best 6-cord thread'V

p.' unusually safe car with solid steel "Turret-Top" ability. A look, a ride and you'll decide-the carr were: Mrs. William Crawford. Mrs. a
Bates, Mrs.- Harper Mrs. HowardDe

.r-- Bodies by Fisher and triple-sealed hydraulic: brakes. makes the price phenomenal. \* '_ Arment, Miss Marguerite Mc- r a

) CUntock. Mrs. Dan Reamer. Mrs.
a .' d
u ; Merwyn T. Shryock. Mrs. GUmore

NEW a l sytil t and Miss' Martha Harper all ofMeadvllle. $p e.t .
't 6 15 ( 'j6f !; Pa., and Miss Elizabeth

.. ) ..;::1: r r_ Stewart, of Montreal, Miss Georgia t is

1, .,..,"' .... Kennedy of Boston Mra. O. M. t ise.

.llac.G.M Funk of Detroit. Mrs. D. O. Stew .
: 51T
i "., f : art. Mrs. J. Russell Hall and Mrs

1i AND >BIQHT1> T. R. Demery. _

1ii n Mrs. John Neff of Staunton, V*.,

i; MJsa Edith Wiggins and Hugh Wilson JUST d
Register Motor .- Co. of' Lake City spent Sunday ANY ,

.in Ttllshssscs TNREAO it

and Madison W. W. KlncsJd l lift Thursday for
.1. Corner
Starke Florida
: his home la Niagara Falls and 0r'dn


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-- : .J Eighth Graders Give' dill GRAY ELECTED I Three Bus Loads Go following students assist! Ui,'F'I ;t,''t'll i i 1 i iI'Fir'":

Good Chapel Friday TO KAPPA DELTA PI Orvis Prlngle Ruby Dampier, '. !t
; Ravine GardensMany .tJ/
'r Bradford High School I Journal Our principal, Mr. Leon A. Gray June Whitflcld Hugh "" Walters I, ,, :

I Program/ Is Mach Up Chiefly Of has been elected as a member of High School! StixtanU Go AM, Mary Wiggins Willis Smith, AI'I t : ''I :i' 1/ ;

Musical Numbers the Upsilon Chapter of the Kap- Well' An the, Sixth Gnwlt berta Hinson, Robert Jackson .! '' ; I :' )
--=.-_-- --- ... pa Delta Pi, which Is an honoraryand Virginia Fugate Lois Judd Neel iy(1'' p I .J

STAFF Annual Senior Play SPRING FEVER The High School chapel programlast Professional Fraternity in Education Last Tuesday March 10 three Packham Hazel Crews Donald \ }i t;1'' '.f. I
Some people say that spring fever Friday was In charge of Mrs. bus loads of B. H. S. student made '
dItOr'I".Chl"f t .CDootbIt beet Almost Prepared Is a disease of the mind but Perkins and Mrs. Anderson's One has to be "pretty good" to the Journey to Palatka to see Its McRae Roewell Nogel, Marie : ".
'481.. b, Btockwell Chapman whether or not this is true. I shall eighth grades Chapel took place get Into the Kappa Delta Pi Society I famed Ravine Gardens. Thoughthe Thede Ruby Shaw Louise Kite, ; t rand /:.

j i L'l' rt.mnr iraitor A..._W..Irina Anda""n. Jr "Belle of Barcelona" To Be Given not attempt to decide. However I during the first period and had as because active local membership trip was made officially by the Louis Davis. The pupils have ,. PP
_purtep ;::dltor,.I-'sTilney' Lout He..bfleldnt.rIBlnm.nt ..e Snyder"ketpolior Here at School House Next do know that spring fever Is a of its the announcer. A. Z Adkins, Jr., may be conferred upon resident sixth grade more than one third I been of great assistance to the re. { '

Editor __ A. W. An- Friday Night dreadful malady which Is brought eighth grade. graduates-who rank In the of the crowd wa composed of high I creatlonal work. ",:.il]
|- i a..r.on, Jr. on by bright spring days and many The program began by the en- upper quarter of the students In school students.The The grade teachers appreciate 't'' "i

' 1 rlinary" and Elena Frances: :(adman Friday night, April Bth, the An- school students often become the tire assembly singing three songs; scholarship who are actively Interested buses used were :Mr Red- their work very much. t ': 'lf
,I leiIUd nual Senior play will be presented victims of It. After working hard "Old Black Joe." "Suwannee River In the professional aspectsof dish's Mr. Howard's and the 4 'I'' ,, ,
EDITORIAL as everything Is almost ready all winter we seem to get drowsy ." and "Carry Me Back to Old education and who possess desirable State Farm bus driven by Mr Ornamental trees for home II .ii.+l
' j act" says an old pro- The Seniors of the Bradford County I when spring arrives and consequently Virginia." Following was a brief social qualities," so Mr. Montleth. Leaving Starke about grounds featured In new book out
Iw4a i "SoW an a habit sow a habit High School will present their our lessons suffer because devotional which Included the read- Gray must be "pretty good P"! nine o'clock loaded to capacity at Gainesville. Write Experimental p!
IB erb, "reap character." Another poplar play "Belle of Barcelona" (iu operetta we are afflicted with a chronic Ing of the scriptures the Lord's they arrived 'at the Ravine Gar- Station for copy. It Is free i ilr f .I.Iar

l? a ( declares that "Habit Is on Friday night Apia Bth. case of the "don't-cares." Prayer and the Flag Salute. Pupils Turn Out to dens at ten o'clock. Once there the
rat' saying Dature." Habit Is a at o'clock.. The play is a musical We only have four more weeks of Miss Courtmanch then renderedtwo buses were parked and "we walked : '
ht! ended to perform certain comedy in three acts written by school and we must strive to fight violin solos: See Streamlined miles and miles through the ravines wNERV SuUP IS i ii '

I! certain way-a tendency song Charles Rosa Chancy. The setting; off the spring fever and accom- "Mazurka" by Mlynorshl, and Train Tuesday ," to quote one of our Inform- E i I
enH! a\ that it Is beyond the Juris6 Is In old Spain. plish a lot of work during these "Ole South." Both of these songs ants.The

:;ctlon ro of the will and sometimes The following are some of the few remaining days of school for were marvelously played and were About 780 Pupils the Faculty the students saw studied and!
". leyond that of consciousness. leading characters: this term. When vacation arrives enjoyed very much by the au County Superintendent SeeThe appreciated such gardening ..tri r
habits originate l Lieutenant Harold Wright Sidney there will be no disturbing thoughtsof dience. Miss Courtmanch was accompanied "Burlington"The umphs as Florida Peninsula and ?
all 1 Most acts, but every time the act Hershfleld; Margarita, Fran work left undone and we can on the piano by her the Clover Shapes; saw the swing.Ing
,.., claus It becomes easier and ces Cadman; Francisco de Lavega really enjoy our vacation days. mother Mrs. J. H. Courtmanch. whole school turned out last bridges the one hundred year t r

IiiWI performed, until In time It ceases to James Hair;, Patrick (Pat Malone By Jessie Mae Brannen. Next Mrs. Lazenby's eighth Tuesday morning to see the old azeba tree, and the waterwheels
the fish
attention.We Charles Pender; Emilo, Ron- grade English class presented a stream-lined train "Burlington." ; saw pond
dt ald Pitts Luis de Rob- WHOOZITT >antomlne, "Young Lochlnvor"from many, many other Interesting and
Montero -
do not Inherit habits we cul- ; By 8:43: a. m. the entire school educational
liD! J.vate them. If good habits are ert Chapman; Gloria de monteo --______.... Is nineteen years ( the poem."Young Lochinvor Including the faculty and the coun- A little after things.twelve one I
J-xr tinned.. In childhood we will most Elizabeth Hollingsworth; and oth- old. has brown eyes, dark hair is ," by Sir Walter Scott). It wasa ty superintendent had arrived at "swung aboard" and drove every to Pal-
likely, overcome the tendencies to ers who will be equally as good. a senior is five feet two Inches tall two act pantomlne and in the the depot to see the Zephyr. A atka for lunch. The buses parked

lede lorm bad habits.One's The play will last about two and weigh one hundred nineteen intermission between acts Mrs rough estimate puts the number of opposite a lunch car and the students -
hours. pounds. She has an "everready"smile Levy Canova played a piano solo pupils at 780. "
down to business.
I environment has a greatIffect "got
"To Spring" (by Grieg). Both the
Don't a .
Miss It.ELEMENTARY. pleasing personality.Can
on the habits one will form.he .1 The students as a whole were (The lunch car proprietor probably
you fill In the blank ? pantomlne and the piano solo were .I '
years that He between Infany excellent. I very orderly and arranged them. thought he was In a foreign coun- 1
and the school age is called the CHAPEL selves In a neat line on the left try because he did "rushing" business -
t-gleete(1( age. These are the HELD LAST THURSDAY : Junior Class Play In conclusion Louuna Harvey side of the track (facing north.) ). TO your' tan lacrerr warm ,
son that bad habits are formed I' gave a reading "In a Friendly Sort By 8:50: tension was running Everyone left for home at one nerve at .high. tension.
ears To Be Held April 12 N. wonder at the wtf
at unaware. Parents should Elementary chapel was held last of Way" and after announcementsby high and every one was looking'expectantly o'clock but enroute they stopped wad you snap
most bark at the children.Wateh .
Jay special attention to the habits Thursday. March 21, third period. Mr. Gray Chapel was dismissed. to the north. It was at Keystone Heights All arrived out! Overwoctedsrres .
IITi formed by their children during It Is a noticeable fact that elemen- "The Retl-Hetuled Stepchild" III exactly 8:44: when the train was homo safe and sound at three may; lead m unless),.
larly years. When children reach tary chapel is drawing more and Name of Play .+- -- first seen and at 8:43: 1-2 it rolled o'clock. It was "the end of a per- Nervous to. *. N r *
faaturlty. they will be better atu- ,' more high school visitors and talent Stage Set CampaignStill to a stop in front of the depot fora fect day." SM Indirection andsa hoc e< ,
' | In school and better citizens. At seven-thirty o'clock Friday five minute stop. Everyone had a grand time and ether pleaaant disluilsiiieem 1
) ents- The program opened with a night April 12. the Junior Play Going StrongMore The train was a sliver color and want togo again. Way don' you tNerrtee 7 Dr. HDesT

CALENDAR:'\ OF EVENTS short consecration service and af- will be presented. was divided Into three sections. Mrs.. Edward, Mrs Dowllng. U..aua.t TabletstJost 4' '
in half ,
glass ,
one a
Monday, April 1-Senior Kid ter this the boys and girls of the The Junior Play "The Red. Advertisement. Are It was powered by a powerful die- i Mrs. Crlffls Mrs. Ida George and water makea a pleasant, upr'j, le
11It bay. (Also April Fool Day.) first grade sang "Blue Bird" and leaded Stepchild" is .a. comedy Needed set engine and offered a beautiful I the sixth grade teachers were ... think delightfully .oo&fa t -t,
Hands. drama In three acts which will be picture.
"Clap chaperon lie over-taxed nerves '
April 2-Scout leader- i.;
lit I Tuesday with Mr. An- Then John Dobrow recited "Nur- a series of laughs and exciting Sometime ago (It was decided There were at least one hundred Dr. MUssNerrine IB ... o.1
hip course begins Rhymes." moments from the very beginning that the B. H. S. stage needed automobiles parked around and RECREATIONThe .... k. two f orm.--LI 1 |hors, teacher. sery The cast of characters are: some scenery. In ..,rder to raise many town people were present. IQeevasc.at Tablet Both haw
Wednesday April 3 Report The fourth grade girls sang Bess an attractive girl who has the money to buy It with we be- Some pupils went to the depot high school students are In 1M .am..oethlsg ..... {
arils due for the 7th month. "Little Orphan Annie." Two of been reared In the West advertisements to the $1.N M y..r' ... .... ,
> comes to gan selling about 8:30: a. m before going to charge of the elementary and primary I
i 1 Thursday. April 4-Elementary the grammar school's talented teachers the east to break Into society because business men of Starke that wouldgo school. Superintendent A. J. Grlf grades for recreation. I '.' I t
ID saembly at 10:43: a. m. sang a"duet: "Stars of Sum of her father's marriage to on the ad curtain of the new fill came to the depot looking very W. go out to play on Monday's '
Cr t
1(. Friday April 9 High School mer Nights. a society woman, Is played by Lillian stage set. Quite a. few responded; annoyed with those who were ""ab Wednesday's and Friday's one' period e ffc 7.l'( ) "
.u (embly; Home Hygiene Play 411ted After a few announcements every Steinberg. :I we still need a little more money sent without leave" "It would be I of those days. ( )
I I by Mrs. Carol Inman. one went. back to work. Mr, Russell the father of this' and there Is quite a bit of space all right he said "if the teachers Mrs D. P. Carpenter Is in chargeof D N IV; 'f
n western girl whose life is practically left on the ad curtain. were here to handle them." However the recreation program and the
Friday April Operetta, -
, preionted ________ ____ ___ __ 4
PERSONALITIESGeralcl1ne ruled by the who trouble resulted. u
by Senior Class. people surround If any Starke business man desires no .
Saturday April 6-Teachers vls- Johns him Bert Busebey. space on the ad curtain he Every one present manifestedan 'i'' ? !
t 1 P. K. Yonge Laboratory School Way back In 1918 a baby girl George the only one that Bess will have to see Superintendent A. Intense Interest in the queer FUNERAL DIRECTORS ''
. i Gainesville. with big brown eyes was born to cam get along with Raymond J. Grlffls or Mr. R. F. Demorest as train. Few had ever seen one be- .
our Many Yearn Experience Makea It Possible for Us to Reader I 6
'lummer.. possible as we are desirous -
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Johns In Lees- soon as tore.As '
MEDALS TO BE GIVEN burg. She has now reached the Mrs. Woodruff and Mrs. Scott of obtaining the scenery In soon as It was gone the pupils EFFICIENT. PROMPT arid COURTEOUS SERVICE .'
I j All Spanish I pupils are working height of five feet and weighs two middle-aged society matrons time for the senior play. marched back to school In a MODERATE! PRICES '
|>ard on their Spanish as they want about 124 pounds. Some of her who spend half their time attending very creditable manner, DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY
i get one of the little gold plat- likes are; Picture shows dancing to other's affairs-.June Whit- SOCIETYLillian We hope to see more stream STARKE. FLORIDA .
I medals Miss Fernandez (teachr riding,bicycles skating, sleeping, field and Vonda Inman. lined trains In the near future.
) |la going to give to the ones and a certain brunette boy In Miss Ashley and Miss SImmr. Sternberg attended a The school thank Mr., Grlffls If/.1a/
rbo make above a certain average : Gainesville. Some of her dislikes; I two young, attractive society girls dance in St. Augustine given by and Representative Charley E.
(probably ninety per cent) on a getting up early working sarcastic -'who are friends of the Russell the Kiwanls Club Saturday eve- Johns for making It possible for
r III est; the Is giving next Tuesday.The people and going to school. family. Earnestine Andrews and ning. the school to see the train. ForExpert RepairingSmith's
Virginia Wieelns. Simeon Phillips went to Georgia ------ -p- --
medal about'
Is the size of ,
Miss Lucia daughter of Mrs. Saturday. SENIORS ARE REPLACEDON
a irregularly shaped silver -
quarer Mildred Hundley Russel who agrees with every- Erma Stockwell attended the STAFF AND LIBRARY
and has on it the picture ofwok a October 6 Mr. and Mrs. J.
thing her mother says Ree Thede. Junior-Senior Banquet In Green
and mounted on the book Is H. Hundley announced the birth of Flora the Insane flapper girl Cove Springs Friday night. Because of practice on the SenIor Garage
picture of the of knowl-
lamp a daughter Mildred. She has blue who makes George fall in love with Dorothy White spent the week play approaching graduation r if
dge. It Is very pretty and every eyes and black hair. She Is five her whether he. wants to or not end with Elaine Wynn. and other senior activities all seniors

'panlsh. pupil wants.... one. feet four inches tall and weighs Dot White. Ree Thede spent Sunday afternoon ( have been replaced In newspa- Phone 120 SN
.-- 120 pounds. Some of her likes Briggs the efficient butler of admiring the Ravine Gardens. per work and on library duty with ,
GRADS PAY VISIT are: Dancing playing basketball, the Russel household, Simeon Phil I Earnestine Andrews and Eliza juniors and a very few sophomoresand t 1
Last week saw two of lastear's choc olate' Wrecker Service Day Night
swimming singing beth Holllngswortb, motored to freshmen. or
graduates out visiting us. candy and a certain brunette boy lips.The play centers around this Gainesville Sunday afternoon This Is a natural result of the I
ursday (March 21)) A. E. Wall, from State Farm. She dislikes girl from the: West climbing the Mrs. Long andMrs., Carpenter old law "You can't do two things, f I
r., at present a student' In the studying serious thinking blond hill to society In the East.Don.t visited their mother in Baconton, at once" because a senior can't 6, trr
cbool'Diversity of Georgia, was here at boys and staying at home. forget the night of Apl'lI12th Ga. On Saturday they were guestsat practice and watch the library or
visiting his viol
tsarhera and + ; we want everybody to come a luncheon of the Shorter Alum- write newspaper articles at tht
Ming how things were going with NUTCRACKERSActual and see the local talent play fosters nae Regional meeting which was same time. One or the other Is
ut him saying of B. II. S. Students will be put out later stating held at the New Albany Hotel. sure to suffer and most of the time
Last Friday Richard Thede, now Miss Madge Mlddleton. first where it will be held and the priceof -.. the one that suffers is the libraryor .
tending the University of Flor-I grade teacher had just finished admission.In U. S. photographers making newspaper g t ,
,la was walking around "seeing telling her pupils about the Ten between acts will be several camera shots of Everglades National We hope this new arrangementwill tz
lie sights." Commandments. To test their attention delightful choruses and skits. Park. work out satisfactorily.!
"What is the --------- -
We always welcome graduates : she asked -
nd_enjoy their visits. Ninth Commandment?" By DWIG
A little boy answered "Thou SCHOOL DAYS

T. A. GIVES PLANTS y shall not bear false teeth." +


-' Mrs. Rltch had been explainingto 1'Hfee.' MfN'" ON 0A -_
At the last meeting of the Pa- her pupils how milk Is pasteurized YOt) ON ?MIRD't
nts-Teachers Association It was in the city. One little girl TWO OUTS 1CA.'I4T. DATSTRIK
oled t l to give the school twenty went home and asked her father HfH O' 9.o
ve dolinrs worth of shrubbery to why their milk wasn't paralyzed! .

ant around the ne wwlngs and aoaprove -- _, tit'
their looks. Mary Beth Knight (first grade) of these
The to her teacher who has health 4 yr
shrubbery has been receivednd says ,% H1S 3 FAMOUS
"Mrs. YouWEiyT
'each morning:
planted and Is. growing fine. Inspection UP -.. sea 71V
ext year It will be very'pretty Klncald when dO'' we have, health qd.L MAGAZINES
nd take the infection?" I iMMT AT
"vacant" look away NE S ,jtc OUT ( / and
rOm I the wings. y
.. A little boy In Miss Edwards' r Ns'1 l

Ml Fool Day And fourth grade when asked what a "' \HOll'lfO He t, t THIS NEWSPAPER
canoe,was answered: "A canoe Is OU.orn"T j
Famous Senior Kid' a ship of the desert." W\ r ONE FULL YEAR ,

Day Next Monday ,Wanda Whltfleld-- one of Mrs. I 'Y4EMT t Ittel Set .. .CROUP a : c.HOOS; .1 b

Seniors Hart's fourth grade pupils was A Ml i t

Expect To Have- Good reading geography,, aloud to the ve KaDL NOT 5eN O McCALL'S MAGAZINE ,1 Y,. 'Wonun't World' .1 Yr.
Time class. The book said "as the man Neil o Pictorial. R.wi.i w ..?I Ye. Household Mfjziite ...1 I y,.
climbed the mountain there were I o MYSTERY (D.hetir.; ) ..I.1Yr.l c.ppe, f.,,,,.. ........1 I JYr.ProRrcuhre .
Next Monday April first or fewer and fewer trees." 4 ; rr / I H .lt.r Hamn fir Cjrdtitl.I y,. ; f urn.' .2Yr.. t;
pro FOOl l Day. It 'Is also S4011Day. read "As HOME MAGAZINE ...IYr. Home Circle ..,IYr.. i
d the Wanda sadly puzzled ; Sport Ariild .... ......I y,. Illiiftrated M.ch.ek. ...1 Y,. ;
Irs dread day when the aen- the man climbed the mountain B NEW MOVIE .,.... IYr.r.tMinder The firm lou'.I..IY'.
00d as they did back In the there were fever and fever trees." (Weekly. ) ....I I V,. 0 Th. Country Home....I y,.
\Ve old days of Uw first grade. : T o TOWER RADIO .IYr. 0 Mother's Home Lif..IY'.
'Issue warning here and now Miss Ruby Lilley first grade v. o Good Starlit ..,.,,,1 Yr. 0 Sovlharn Atrkuleuriat,1Ye.'
\I everyone to take no candy teacher, wan telling her pupils f SERENADE! (IRem.na) ,.1 V,. 0 Gentlewoman MjJiineSuccettFul .I y,.
lI1eU 110 roses but ton 'buttons asked 4 /7/ Open Raid 10'1'.2( 0 '..mi..1 Y",
"a brush no about,milk. Suddenly she /' // Nodttcuft ....,1 I IYr. 0 Hum. Friend .I IYr.
r you no spiders off your bade "Did you know milk has water in q / / ,

d," are Bure to get"April Fool-. it?" ,,1r Cluck 2 Magazines that (*) Check I Mtgatlaf that (*) j :
One boy answered "Tea or itwouldn't
Oake The seniors ore planning' ;'to be "runney.:> j 'ii' J .......... e............................. l

p 18 a"kiddish"bIg day of ".by dressing +-- a MAIL THIS COUPON NOW!
lJl\lal, as they can. As JUNIORS WILL GIVE ll'' i I
they will bG too "smaD" SENIORS A BANQUETThe ChMk 111* Mr..ulaw d..lr4 and ntuxm ,lies with
i to to many your rt... Fill out _pn unjully. '
classes and will
Ide pa- r e :

ere around will be having a good time. Juniors have finally decided l lr Gntli..a* I .nelo** S ._ Ywa..ud'' j, II
a SPecial chapel the how they will entertain the. Sen- ao th. three _.&11_ .h..k.d ..1Ia a rw'.I,
flirt periOd Monday and the high iors this year. The decision I.a Is .uJ*crtpti. <.. III 1'_ __.._.

**senior will.vote on the "bGat dres.-. banquet. It will be a semiformal / j ........ 4srlaaf
1'11. dinner with plenty of good food

tQlIc: selllot'!| plan have a big and ,accompanying entertainment. 011 Rg1Y .. yrOYYII
So be Monday afternoon.. !The banquet will take place FrI- t
r uni Day on th. lookout for April day..April nlne'teenth. at the Wo- ,- JUfD .1'AP )
and t Senior KW Day.' man's Club House : ---------- rA'


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S. S. Beautiful Vines Shanghai prohibits walking arm- East On".half or North -;:
:Music Club Has Fidelis Class \\
Interesting MeetingThe Enjoys Party FridayThe Now In Bloom'' in-arm by engaged couples, while One fTownshiptMixup, nlrNeu I. .
'l'wenly-o..e East, ( .,
'onllll' '
Canton prohibits women riding bi- ty acres, "a 110.
Two beautiful vines, the native mom or leer "
Fortnightly Music Study Fidelia Class of the Baptist
j-'ioclclyj The
. vine and the wild yellow cycles. HHHeHHment of J" ,,
the Woman's Club met at trumpet Under the "
group of Sunday School, of which Mrs. L. A said c.rtlfloal arepe>
the homo of Dr. and Mrs. E. L.Biggs jasmineare now in full bloom at ', In the name of Jas lloodu"'*1lw-i'
0'1'11'') Of A prl.'' 'TIO'V UII| '
Canova 1 teacher enjoyed a par- "M said Jf
Is "rllth'HI
last Friday. A program of the residence of Mr. and Mrs FOIl VAX n..1F.1J deemed according { ,'h""l'pt."
at the home Jf Mrs. G. W Al- Call Street. NOTICE! I IS HBHKBY GIVEN, h"A. :
ty M. on
several splendid papers Interspersed -, Sparkman That J. E. Thomas, holder of Tax oflAprleA.. I)o193i1; :r: Ih p.6
with vocal and instrumental illustrations -I derman Fridayevening.Large The trumpet vine with its orange Certificate No..88. 6W.it of AUKUHt Dal.d this 23r".,.
A I>. l 2ft.: has ; said cert If I- "!.Iy
in the D. )4rel
U. D. C. Chapter Will Mrs. Wall and Mrs. Griffis followed by enthusiastic baskets of dogwood and colored blossoms shapeof rule lev and made application I 1935.
discussion, was as follows: Eth- other spring blossoms were used to a trumpet, Is growing on a tall tt'rmr.t; deed to issue. thereonIn J. THOMA8"'.
For (
Meet MondayThe Entertain with law. Said certificate lerk of Circuit
elbert Nevin, Mrs. E. L. Biggs; decorate the living( room of this trellis In the front yard of this I embrace the following described Bradford County ".Piurt-
local chapter Unite''J Mr. Harold C. Wall and Mrs. Venetian Love Song Mrs. K. Q. home. Several,'games were en- home. This vine is seldom seen property situated: In IBr (OFFICIAL SEAL) Wd'

Daughter of Confederacy. will O. J, Grlffla were joint hostesses Duncan; From an Indian Lodge' Joyed and In a contest! Miss Hilda here and therefore attracts more ford County Florida, to-wlti The 3-29-61-4-86
Y of Mrs. H. V. Knight; North American Durden won the prize Mrs. Canova attention. The wild yellow jasmine -
meet Wednesday afternoon, at Friday evening at the home
Indiana. Mrs. H. B. McLendon; delighted the members with several vine Is growing on a lattice
.' threethirtyo'clock, at the home Mra. Wall on Cherry Street, when From the Land of the Bky Blue piano selections.A .. fence on the east side of the house The
Best f
of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Darby. Hos they entertained at bridge in hon- Waters, Mrs. H. B. McLendoo, refreshment course was serv- and both are literally covered e Of
of Mrs. John O. McNamara of I 1 1
N teases: Mrs. Darby, MI B Madge or Range Music, Mrs. O. H. Lowry; ed to the following members: with their blossoms. The Spark
Middleton and Mrs. E. K Perry. St. Augustine who has been a Home on the Range, Mr. ''J. H, man yard, one of the prettiest in
man. guest of Dr. and Mrs E. L. Biggs Powell Misses Hilda Durden, Mary Lee Starke with ita wide variety of _:_-_-_ The Better BeersON

l for the past week. Short reports'were made by our Wynn, Thelma Alexander Priest, Beverly, -Lena flowers and shrubbery, catches the
Cady Wilma :
Elaborate decorations of dogwood heard Hof- of all passersby.At .
members who Joseph eye
Silcox Edna and IN
Belle Shepard, Melba DRAFT BOTTLES
I blossoms and snapdragon mann, John Charles Thomas, anda the E. M. Davis home on
RITZ THEATRE carrying out the St. Patrick's Day Bach-Handel Concert recently; Hutto and Helen. Prather. Tenth'Street.: a' beautiful climbing Kitty's Lunch Pioneer Service

I I color motif of green and white, Our next meeting will be with I rose the Cherokee, is now In
STARKK, FLORIDA was used, effectively throughout Mra. L.' A. Canova at the,O. W. Japanese Tea PartyMrs. ; bloom." The bush growing on a (SINCLAIR SERVICE .I Station

the lower floor of this home arranged Alderman home April 12.: Titus Olson and sister, Miss trellis In front of the house, Is covered STATION) R. J. ANDREW!' JR
in bowls and baskets. .. Ruby Lllley, entertained at a with hundreds of these white 223 Temple Ave. !Mile N. of Court Hou.1
PROGRAMBEGINNING Green and white candles were served STARKEUIIITE
i I O. E. S. NoticeThe Japanese tea party Tuesday aft- blossoms, which are very frag-
on the card tables during sev-
at their home on Wes
eral progressions of bridge. The regular meeting of the ernoon rant.The
Madison St., the guests being children purple Wisteria Is another
high score prize for ladies was StArke Chapter Order of Eastern
FRIDAY, MARCH 29TH of the World Club of the vine that is in full bloom now. At
Jr. the be held at the Masonic
won by Mrs. W. J. Epperson Star will
"SWEET MUSIC" second high for ladles being won Hall Monday night at eight o'clock Methodist Church school. For the the Chambers residence on Cherry HOUSEEVAPORATED IONA Rlt\M
month, children of the World Street of these vines is
+, Rudy Yahoo and Jlllt Connecticut by Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid and to All members of the Order are past one grow- t.llclouH, Kith
Club, and junior depart- trellis in front of this
primary ing on a .
Yankees Mrs. Thelma E. Johns wag presented urged to attend.
ments of the church school have home, and with Its large clusters
Ann D'VoraklIfll6I1Iorjtan! the prize for low score. Mr Etna Hart, W. M.
tw Ned Allc White Anderson been studying about the people and of purple flowers, is a beautiful
SpnrkN- Nat Sternberg won the high score Eva Sec'y. COCOAllb.
tNri and !Many Others prize for men, Mr. O. L. Beasley customs of Japan. Mrs. Olson Is sight to see. MILK
of the .
second high and Mr. Bert Busbee Circle Meeting capable superintendent
STUltDY.IARCJI! SOTII children's work for the Woman's
First Baptist Church News
low prize. Mrs. McNamara the.
"Brand of Hate" honor guest, and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe! Monday Afternoon Missionary Society.' S N10 l-lb. Can 2-lbC
The Sunday School had an attendance
f Bob Steele of Tampa, were each presented Circles number one and number 3 Tall 19 100
and thir 19'
of one hundred ___
Also Chapter 2 "Loot City"and lovely guest prizes.A two: of the Woman's Missionary Baptist Circles NoticeThe ty-seven last Sunday an increaseof Cons WHERE ECONOMY RULESI

Comedy refreshments course of green Society of the Methodist Church circles of the Baptist Wo- three over the preceding Sunday -

F} 8UN.-MON., MAR. 81, APR. 1 and white Ice cream molded in the will meet Monday afternoon, at.hreethlrty man's Missionary Union will meet This new record marked the GRAND\IOTUER'8--FreHh! Plain or Sliced
shape of a four leaf clover, with o'clock at the home of Monday afternoon. at three-thirty first anniversary of the present Il-oz. 18-0, 24oz.Vh.. \Vht. Cr. \{ht
"Little Colonel'Shirley cake, was served to the guests by Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley. Hos- o'clock. master' of the church Rev. C. B. BREA 6c 8c lOc 8c 8c
Tt'mplUonel Barry the two hostesses. tosses: Mrs Beaaley, Mrs. W. P.
'$ Circle One will be entertained by Price. The Homemaker's class .
> Alno more News-Evelyn and Venable Comedy Ten tables of bridge players enjoyed Smith, Mrs.O. L. Haynes and Mrs Mrs. Pate Gussett and Mrs. O. J. presented the pastor with a beautiful DIXIE CRYSTAL-Finest Granulated-

the hospitality of Mrs. Wall Sam Anderson Griffis at the home of Mrs. Griffis. : birthday cake with one large

TVES.-WED., APR. 2.8 and Mrs. Grlffls. bags At will this be meeting opened the and sunshine the pro- ....,.. candle In the center. All the SUGAR 5 Ib. cloth bag 25c
classes had attendance but
I a large
"Grand Old Girl"May ceeds will be added to the fund for Circle'Two will meet at the
OPEN DAY the: Men's Bible Class, with twen-
Rob on-Mary Carlisle AND NIGHTHALES painting the home of Mrs. G. W. Alderman on -
parsonage. ty-one present, led the other classes. IONA Plain Self-Klnlng
i Fred Mac Murraya Walnut Street,'Mrs. Alderman and or
Mrs. Annie Richard joint hostesses. The Women's Class led for 6-lb. Sk 12-lb. Sk. l-lb.. Sk )
Taft Memorial Association
the largest number of 100 percent FLOUR 1479: 9
THURSDAY, APRIL 4TH (Highways) meeting at Fort My- juptls. The Sunday School offerIng 27c 49c 93c $
"A Dog of ers on March 7-9 will attract four Circle Three, will be entertainedby '
to be taken this willie
Flanders"I ON ROAD THIRTEEN Governors, Chattanooga's Editor Mrs. E. W. Hayes at her homeon SCOCO or JEWEL-Finest Shortening
I Ochs, other celebrities. Madison Street. given to l-lb. Ctn. 4-lb. Ctn. 8lb. el .
At the worship.service Sunday II
--- -- morning the Sunday School remained COMPOUND 14c 57c $1.10COLD
in a body, as It was the
\\1 first anniversary of the pastor,,

Rev. Price, as pastor of the church STREAM-Finest Alaska Pink
Rev. Price delivered an Interesting -

sermon and special music was SALMON Tall can lOc c
given by the choir, Mr. John Pow
ell singing a solo and the choir
Legal rendering an anthem.

Epworth League Has Party BEANSWith SPARKLEGelatin

Members of the Epworth Leagueof

.. the Starke Methodist Church, Dessert
Pork and Tomato

We ',Carry .the Following in Stock: ,. i1 i iw !: with a a party few last invited'Thursday friends,eveningat enjoyed Sauce Chocolate or Pudding

the Woman's Club. 16-ox.

<'rti' The party was a get-together of 2 CaiM '___. 11' 3 PkC"' ____ 12eIONA

the members and prospective

.' Warranty Deeds :. members of the society and a most
ta; ; BRAND
,:." enjoyable evening waa spent in
.J: TOMATOESPORK 3 No. 2 Cans 25c
playing games and contests. A re-

p Bills of Sale reshment course was served.
," IM.J & BEANS lona 16-oz. can 5c
The young folks were chaperoned -
: by Rev. and Mrs. B. M. Montgomery ANN PAGE
\ Short Form Chattel Mortgages Mrs. M. E Edwards aad CHILI SAUCE Bottle 14c

Mrs. F. H. Long.B. IJBBYS

; ROAST BEEF 2 No. 1 Cans 25c23c
Mortgage Y. P. U. Training School
Opened Monday Evening
2 Pound Ctn.
,." .' : The annual B, Y.' P. U. training
Agreements for Deed1c. ('- .- '1.!itt>':ifT' : 0 ; HIRES ROOT BEEREXTRACT
j *. '.' ,.; I :.' school began Monday evening at
.. ;:,.,. ; ; :4 'w'3& %4l.'? the First Baptist Church at seven- 3-oz. BottleFOUR 25c
; thirty' o'clock and will close .tonight
!t: : ,..l.x SEASONS
-pentine'Leases :. : (Friday). SALT 3-lb. Pkg. 7c
Mr. Jimmy Bryant, of Gainesville -
.. '. h"'f4', ., ,,. I"I. '''U':''''.I-='. II'IIJ' is teaching the seniors and CAMAY SOAP 4 Bars 19c
j ; :
Land Contr'acts'. :r :,. Intermediates and the book'being
f .' ', .. : : ,I studied is, "The Meaning of Church OCTAGON SOAP CHIP S 18-oz pkg 17c
", / 'ti.. Membership." Miss Leo Olllver,

.. .-,.- : Plain Notes ..:\. 4/." also of Gainesville Is teacher for POST
the juniors and they are studyingthe
'. f BRAN FLAKES Pkgs. lOc
book, "Studying For Service.
Retain TltleN.otes.: ., Two forty-five minute class periods BAKER'S PREMIUM! SHREDDED
t '.' ;,,.
-< ** ( with a fifteen minute relaxation COCONUT 1.41b. pkg. 9c
.'. :;; :. ) '(q\.., Interval constitute the sched-
"' ,. >. ; -yp-i.! ule for each evening. Thirty-three Instant Swansdown
; ;, :, .: POSTUM 4-oz. can 25o '
Baptist young people have been I CAKE FLOUR PkfC. 35JELL0

:.f; Also the Following Signs'i in seniors attendance, twelve at Intermediates the school, twelve and I TAPIOCA Minute 8oz. pkg: 15c Pkg. fi'

: !.. I nine juniors.
?. C", ,t', Meal 51bs 12c Lettuce 7c25c
1)) ,

." .' For Rent. Signs .r.i:"; 7'.';" ''#,\,'rlf.,:.:;t..'" ..- -. I I Enjoy Bridge LuncheonAt Grits 5 Ibs. 15c Beans lb. 1O

", ,,"- Keystone HeightsA Rice 5 Ibs. 23c Apples 4 Ibs.

.l Closing Signs : ,: ;:> :' :> ; 'n. ,:;' I thirteen congenial ladles party motored composed to Key of Cheese lb. 23c Tomatoes lb. lOc

.... ,
/ stone &
'. Heights Saturday a Butter lb. 37c Celery

"' .w: '!''F': .No Trespassing Signs :_ ::: ;?? I bridge, complimenting luncheon at Mrs.the KeystoneInn John O. Nucoa Lb. 21c Grapefruit 3 for lOc

: .: McNamara, of St. Augustine who Nutley lb. 15c Oranges doz. 1&

.. ?, \,' -.. r. was Biggs a, guest last week of Dr.at and their Mrs. E.residence L.- Brick Chile 23c Bell Pepper 2 for 5c

'V-:. And Office Supplies: ; : '\:: :r" Following on Walnut the Street.luncheon, bridge Mince Meat lOc Lemons doz. 19c

t e .. ,' ,I .. was enjoyed. The high score Macaroni 7oz. 5c. Cucumbers 2 for 15.
f' prize was won by Mrs. O L. Beas ---

: Carbon w :r rr' ley and the second high prize was EIGHT O'CLOCK-Pure Santos i
; won by Mrs. A. Z. Adklna.
Those COFFEE Per lb.
'. forming this party were:
; : : Mesdames C. C. Hoppe O. L.

: Typewriter Ribbons Beasley, Jeanette KIncaid, A. Z. SULTANA-Dellclou*. Broken Sliced I
Adkins D. A. Montteth. K. G.
: Duncan. H. B. McLendon, O. L. PINEAPPLE !ge. No. 2Ih' can 17c(

r Rubber StampsBrdfordCountyTe1egrph. I Haynes N. Sternberg, E. L. Biggs,
i Mrs John O. McNamara and Mra.L. -
a 'of//'" I F. Chapman of the State Farm SlINNYFIELn!: -Fr_h. Crisp .
and her guest. Miss Rose Williams.


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No 12-Due Starke 4:50 P. M. KETCHUP 14-oz.bottJes 25c

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f LOIU PJAf HIGHLIGHTS 1n""J J'h : I Mr and Mrs E. C. Priest and MISSION II.UJL.

W-IIM i.u w r>. ?, ..... .., N 1ilqp daughters, Misses' Thelnrn and Interest was Intense in the sub' Ir
Pauline, spent Sunday visiting relatives ject of "Watch" at the Bible study "

Bits of at Ft. White They were Tuesday evening and the parts assigned /

accompanied home by Mrs. Priest's were well prepared from '+ '

i father, M. G, Dennis. who( will the scripture and well rendered by -

7JIO spend several weeks here with his the various ones present. ;;

local Ne tJS1;;; son-in-law and daughter, No book Is used In these. studies Y '' r

but the Bible, and whatever lesson i:

M@H@MJH4GTWGEN Herman Edwards the University Is gotten Is from the Word of '
CONCERNING of Florida spent last week God. No( other subject than the $1

PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN .IACKSONYltL& end In Starke the guest of Paul one used meant more to the great ,al : '

ANt) LA.t'G CITY WIERETIIE Knight. They left Tuesday for spiritual leaders like Moody, Spur- t, :'

MOSr IMI'ORZ2WrCIVIL. Tallahassee where they will attend geon and Wesley, who have left Indelible { .H l''

/lVA2 BATnGIN the opening session of the Legislature work for their Master be- '. A

FL02/0A- t ii next week Mr. Edwards was hind them .than did the one of the i' '
F Klckliter spent' the week- Russell Greene and mother, Mrs. TOOK reading clerk In the House last return of Christ Their work was I ,

J. Tallah ee.W.lI.ilarrell R. H. Greene, of Brooker were visitor 1 PLACE session built on that teaching and has en-

lid In here :Monday. duied as no other, so who dares to '

of tucker, was aaltor Mrs. O. J. Griffin and son, Owen say It should not be taught and y';

here Tue J.. D. Baxter and M. O. Harrell MH N SI W., Mrs Helen Denmark and John emphasized ,

of Brooker, were attending to business I O. McNamamara, all of St. Aug- Two( years ago next Tuesday

-Manning of Daytona Beach, here Tuesday ustine, were week-end guests of marked the opening of the Mission y'' yg

Dan visitor here :Monday. Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Blgga at their Hall, an individual venture for M.,
lIS a F. R. Carradine and J. L. Har- residence on Walnut Street. They Christ. You are Invited to be present w" '

I .-Arthur Copeland was a visItor .- rell of Lawtey, were business visitors J were accompanied 1 back to( St. Augustine at this service. Pastor Ed. 1

Vo Jacksonville Friday. here Saturday.Mr. t: by Mrs. McNamamara who 'I Lubin, of Woodstock Baptist -*!

W j' ; hud spent the past week here as a Church, Jacksonville, will bring .'

C C Butler of Lake Butler and :Mrs. Lawrence Wigginsand "' !. I guest of Dr. and Mrs. Biggs. I the message, Mr. and Mrs. Naul- F t
Rev '
1 visitor here Tuesday son, of Brooker, were visitors b : ton, accomplished violinist and pianist
a 1
'as to Starke Tuesday. Miss Fannie Lord, Mr. and wilt accompany Mr. Lubin
fl l i
W L. Gray, of Jacksonville, was ;.) Mrs. W. W. Torrey and Mrs. L. E and a treat la in store fur all who ((; -.n

to Starke Monday. Miss Hazel Middleton spent theweekend ;J..trh. I'I'r Wlngleralre left for their homes attend.A .
i in Madison the guest of tP. '.'010 In Fenton. Michigan Friday Miss simple report of the visible ,-

Minnie Brown of Ralford, Miss Rachel Smith.G. t ; rr't / Lord has been spending the win. work of the Mission will! be given.

Mrs visitor here Monday. W&!>: & J ter here with her brother and sis "j d 4

ens a P. Wadsworth, naval stores 't { I 'if7IG ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs J, H. Mrs. L. A. Mints and daughter If

Cox of Raiford, was a vis operator, of Hampton, was a visitor "\tW f'ini'; ::.I ; Lord at their home on :Madison I Barbara, have returned to their ? "
itor'here Saturday afternoon. here :Monday afternoon ,1 4.'if. I & BEEN AN Street and the rest of the party homo In Jacksonville after spending .- .,4;
;U fat. t- 4 c./CTo.5 .sPECIAL have been enjoying a tour of the I a week here as guest of her "

I and Mrs. L. A. Davis were Mrs. N. T. Green and little son! 1 t.z '-.' ,..: '.t".al" Q ,; T1VA110N r".l"" .. eta teo. I parent, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. dalnoy. 1 '
Mr : T"' : : r- OYER .. Mrs. T; P. Ward and sons, T. P. :
in with her "';f : ; .2.,000 .. f- -- --
Liters Jacksonville Friday spent Friday Highland : \
to .,. > '''. '.OJ ...1 : ,,,,' .1' :." y. and RoHwulJ, of Wlldwood spent \; i '
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A.e.S.\ JlIiOOKEKMinn
mother :Mrs. H. C. Wlmberly. .
":t!. \'J ."1 ''' .. I ''''l,. ,.V'.I ,
,.. if I .,.. '. ,, \. Sunday here with friends.
Jacksonville, was at- "' "/ l' So '1' .. \. .. ,- _
of .Ir
n Boree \ "' : :- ')" ,. \Yrit titilnvy, C'ommpontleiit
: Col. D. and Col. H. :" 'I'" ./ : .. .... : H. P. Galney was transactingbusiness 4 I
to business here Monday E. Knight V'I (' f 1t \ I
ending- Knight were professional visitors .. .k\I'\''h ': !\:[: fg; ft. *\\ V"S. :1 J JSggS W 1. ,q:.. : : f tl\ \ \ -'" 'c ':ti'\\ '\'I Mrs. R. B. Uaulcrson and children In Starke. Tuesday t pflife f
t. "
'S. _
Brooker was ; in Cove 'A- I. ; / nmm'' \ "I. '. of Arcadia have returned Rev II
Eddie J. Lewis of j Green Springs Monday. ". "! ; J'. : : ,, ,' ,'. I I and Mrs. G. E. McQauiey
visitor here Monday afternoon. j 10 i Mr. and Mrs H. A. Bishop and f .'J'p"r<:'',J/':"i,- {!>> d""'">>-t' :fJ'1 "\"f' ':,;'<'::1."1 ya y/m .im ]'ti &;;.&' &&tA"&'.. an guest of her parents, Mr. and Pleasant. Grove Sunday where Rev, .r

Miss Dolly Dinkins of Lawtey, children spent the week-end at : iofI ,::::;;.::;:,i,;::.:iSSuII!!!?!! 7:' ft I: :*:; li}! '' 't"M'l"; : : .::, '" .;\\'; Mrs. H. 1'. Galney. McCauley la pastor !4

UH visiting friends here Tuesday.John their cottage at Klngsley Lake. i l' .y:.%:.:.:."S t JiSSis4Er'tThe : M !..I'If" f."r' "' ,> .; ,I .... : .. w.i"'Io.\"CI;, \r :Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Uuzeu and Mr. and Mrs M. R. Hoi ton of

---. .. '''': .'?;;q. 1!( .r !L .h":'!" ; n! jo' i ', / \t'ft"l:\..r:: '\ daughter, Phyllis, were transacting Rochelle spent Sunday here with) ';h I
rf' ,, ii.i \
; 4'tIo<.It I. .. ; ,, ; ";1 business In Starke #
Terry spent :Monday at- :Mrs. Vonda E. Inman la spend- I. ';, jJ ..iI"I j/jI.. ,I t : \1.\r; {::; Saturday. friends and relatives

|ending to business in Gainesville ing several days in Leesburg in the JL<"P.I".j.....)",I.J";.r -..I...,.. ._ 'J"- _- v' ", D---.!\ If'.J"L.' -- t.,.!.-..I.. .... .' w >> I
interest of the Woodmen Circle
and children of Olustee battleground is one of un- The Oyster is of great historical interest ANNOUNCING THE OPENING
L. A. Johns
Mrs visitors here Tues- Mrs. Vonda E. Inman state auditor usual interest. Here in 1864, the Con for it has been enjoyed from time E
were ,
plumpton, of the Woodmen Circle, spent federates under Generals Finegan and immemorial all over the world. Before .. -OF- ; ;

ay. __ several days in Perry'last week. Col'uitt defeated the Federals under the white man came the Floiida Indians

DeWItt C. Jones of Gainesville, General Seymour This was the most' of the coast subsisted largely on oysters BENNETT'S LUMBER ,'COMPANY

was a busines svlsltor here Tues- :Mr. and Mrs James Lambe and improtant Civil war battle that occurredin using them in a dried and smoked state

ay Mr. and :Mrs. John Terry, spent Florida for it destroyed a carefully strung on twigs as an article of ba1.ttir One Illock South of Depot r,

Sunday afternoon In' Jacksonville.Earl planned scheme for wrestling from the with their inland neighbors. At various r, s, "

Miss Ada Nimmo of Hampton, Confederates at one blow, almost the places throughout the state great sheik '
after- Searing of Savannah, Ga., ALL GRADES PINE AND CYPRESS LUMBER -, !
MS a visitors here Thursday whole state of Florida. On this historic mounds deposited in prehistoric times

oon spent the week-end here with his spot the Olustee monument was erectedby bear ample evidence of the free use that AND BUILDING MATERIAL f

parents, Mr. and.Mrs.. C. O. Sear- the red made of this delicious shclJ-
of the Confed man
the United Daughters
Mrs T. W. Shuler of the State Ing. fish.Sunday's l OUR.. MOTTO j I
Farm, was a visitor here Tuesday -
Mr. and :Mrs. C. L. Young ana
ning. I Times-Union carried an Miss: Daisy Moore of Clearwaterand
of Lacoo-
Mrs Karl A. Floreus of Jackson :Miss Miriam
of,William Howard :Moore, a student at
at interesting photograph
ling week-end here
Clerk S. T. of Lake ville, were visitors here Wednes chee, spent the
Florida In NOTICES
old of the ,
the home of her parents, :Mr. and Edwin Perkins. one year
utler, was a visitor here Saturday day. Mrs. B. Jacobs. Mr. and Mrs. Warren E. Perkins.Mr. Gainesville, spent the week-end r

ernoon.. Mr. and Mrs." Nat Sternberg with their parents, Mr.' and Mrs. T R A W II E R It Y GROWERS -t.

Kenneth Harrington of Mayt spent Sunday in Daytona Beach ,:Mr. .and Mrs. Ray Colley and and Mrs. J. G. Lynn and lit D. W. Moore. On Saturday, March 9th the Growers and Shippers at ;

spent the week-end in Starke with their son, Dr. Samuel Stern- children, of Sebring were weekend tie daughter, Shirley Jean. spent Mr. and Mrs George H. Inman, their :mass meeting: awarded me the contract to load "
of his parents, Mr. and the week-end In Lake City visitingMrs. Mrs. Vonda E. Inman, Miss Vonda
with friends. berg guests
h berries at this I '
Lawtey them
Mrs. Roxie season. guaranteeing
: Lynn's ,
1 Mrs. J. F. Colley. Inman and Fryer Cain, were In St.
Miss Dorothy White spent the Mr. and Mrs. Audi Walnwrlght J Amerson. Augustine Sunday visiting Mr. and that the cost would be only $1.20 per 36 pint crate and

eek-end at Hampton visiting Miss of Jacksonville, were here Sunday' :Mrs. J. W. Edwards and daughter Mrs. :Merritt Cain, and attendedthe $2.07 per 32 quart crate except on standard cars that 3

alne Wynn. visiting Mr.; and :Mrs. O. A. An- Elaine, and sons, Joe Jr., and Miss Luella Tatum of DeLand, New York, Giant and the Philadelphia were precooled or that had detention charged against 15 J
with rela- who Is the guest of her brotherinlaw Athletics baseball
dreir. Elbert, spent Sunday game them. 1fl
and sister, :Mr. and Mrs. G. W. }
. Mrs L. E. :Moseley was visiting tives In Gainesville that afternoon. On last Saturday the shippers or the majority of '
Roberts of Lawtey, was a
:Mr. and Mrs: George Jameson of .
friend* at the State Farm Mon- .
them met at the Town Hall in decided s 1 '
lay afternoon.Mr. Fenton, Michigan, were in Starke Miss :Myrtle Strickland Is enJoy- here :Monday. A government committee has favored Lawtey 1
Sunday visiting :Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ing a visit in Hernando with her a program for the complete among themselves that If I was going to do the loading ,4 "'

and Mrs. Leland Waters and Lord. brother-in-law and sister; :Mr. and :Mrs. A. :M. Pettit and son A. M. electrification of British railways that they would not allow me to ship on consignment or {

fchlldren, of Brooker, were visitors Mrs. A .0. Ludwig. Jr., of Alachua, were in Starke within twenty years. solicit consignments', therefore I am advising you that I

her* Tuesday :Mr. and :Mrs. Nathan Prevatt Sunday visiting Mrs.Mr.Pettlt'a and Mrs.son will not be in position to ship your berries for you this t

J. B,, Silcox and Ronald Pitts, have bridge recently home moved on 'South to the Cherry Wood- Miss ,Myrtle state manager Ollls Crump of the of and Charley daughter-in-law E. Johns. 'NAT SEl season nor can I sell you crates at cost as I offered to do.

eer visitors to Jacksonville Frl- Street. Woodmen Tampa Circle, was visiting : LiJ My son, Joe Jr., will handle crates and will sell I them fee .i '

ay afternoon. friends here Tuesday.Mrs. Mr. and :Mrs. Ted Stilley of cash only but will give you good prices on them. I am.

J. Mrs. D. E. Knight and son Paul Jacksonville, spent the weekendIn Well, I see by the papers that sorry that I cannot serve you but the local shipping I
L. Brown of Lake Butler, was
Attending to business here Mon- and Mrs. H. V. Knight and son, : W. :M. Wimberly and Starke visiting Lfltle Mr. Stilley'smother and one financial expert says the retail agents .boss things here and I will have to do as they s
MH. SUlley, trade Is "favorable ;
visitors to Lake City were in High-
Charles were daughter, Freddy do. ,
ay afternoon.Mr. other relatives. with dark say ,
afternoon visiting
Tuesday. land Saturday

and Mrs. B. J. Alderman, Mrs. H. C.; WI berIY. and spots" I suppose J. L HARRELL
and Mrs. T. F. Landrum '
Mr. he's about
and Senator 1?
>, of Melrose, were visitors to Col. Joe Hill Williams .
KUrke Tuesday. J. M. :Mann of i.ake Butler, Dr. and Mrs.-.J. E. Maines of little daughter. Idell. are spending right at that-
several days Iq Inverness with and I believe
were prominent visitors to Starke Lake Butler, were in Starke Sun-
Mr. Landrum's parents, :Mr. and that most of the
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Thomas of Tuesday.' day afternoon visiting Sheriff and I '
Mrs. J. A. Landrum. 'dark WHAT SHALL I GIVE
amp on, have moved to .'Starke llrs. W. J. Epperson.Mrs. I spots are + ) :
hnd have an apartment at the Miss: Clyde :Moseley of Gainesville the ones In front
Jessie Mae Blakely
orris home on South 'Walnut has been enjoying a visit here Mae Jones of Jacksonville, :Mrs :Miss Patricia of people's eyes

treat. at the home of her aunt, :Mrs. Sal- was a guest last week of her Arthur Copeland. from staying up
lie Tison. brother-in-law and sister, Dr, and : Lambe and W. W. Baladen were too late at night.
visitors to the Azalea Gardens at It's; a funny
Mrs. W. E. Middleton. Palatka Sunday afternoon.Mrs. thing, but I've One
ENT A :Mrs. Jack Bell of Gainesville,
WORD was in Starke last week visitingher George L. Futch of Lawtey has noticed that
and Mra
J. M. centIn
some folks who don't have a
Mrs. W M. the Rlckenback-
parents, Mr. and been a patient at
COLUMNPOR Edwards. er hospital for several day. recup- H. L. Brownlee and daughter the world are always humming
Madge, spent Friday afternoon in and whistling, while others, who
from operation.
RENT-:5 Room Cottage, ,Miss Estelle Kendrick of Ocala, erating Jacksonville visiting Rev. and apparently have everything they Problem ;
with bath: See J. with student at the Mrs. M. C. Stith and family. need, are In a perpelual grouch. : ; -
M. Morgan. spent the week-end In Starke Merrill Futch, a ,
her parents; Mr. and Mrs. T. N. University of Florida, spent the' McDonald That seems to prove that dark f
'OR Is locatedIn
SALE-100.000 Genuine Porto Kendrick.Rev. week-end here with his parents who spots are largely a state of mind,
Rico Yam-draws ready now. Futch. St. Augustine for several weeks so let's forget them and look for
Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
plot Williams. its where he Is an employee on the the bright ones. Here are a few Easily Solved
and :Mrs. C. B. Price and of the
Florida Mapping that will do good:
ANTED TO BUY-One secondhand daughters Gloria and Helen, were Fryer Cain, of :Macon, Ga., has ERA, spent the week-end here. your eyes

Sewing :Machine. Must ben visitors to( Jacksonville Thursday been a guest for several days of Dotted SwissMATERIALS.

toad condition. Address Box afternoon. his brother-in-law/ and sister, Mr Rev. and Mrs. E. A. McDowell of The annual puzzle of what to give for graduation :

:\\6, Starke, Fla. Its and Mrs. George H. Inman. Lake Butler, were In Starke Sun- Is one that always has heads aching about this time ,J,1
All Color of year."Til.. difficult matter to decide
H. Green Mrs. L. J. usually a
:Mrs. A. son-in-law and
OR RENT-Furnished apartmentall Mrs. P. :M. Barefoot and Mrs. J. D. Tobler left Thursday day visiting their 29c Yd. upon the right' shade of this. and that or the cor- ;I:
J. -
Mr. and Mr O. '
daughter rect size of these and those, but this ..
Eustls aftera year your p
conveniences. Private enjrance. Sauls Friday In for her home In ,
Mrs. A. F. spent Call Street
at their home on troubles will fade into nothingness If select -
Mrs. with you personally
Hamrick, S. Walnut Jacksonville several weeks visit here Ladles HhltoCOATS tS
printed stationery as the safest way of pleasIng d
Up. her sister, Mrs. Sallle Tlaon. Miss Mary Brownlee, a studentat your young friendno matter how discriminating h

ANTED_ Mrs. E. E. Dowling, of Dublin, College for Women, their taste.
Lady or Gentleman, and :Mrs. the State I ITallab..Jlee With White Hut
American born Ga., has been a guest for several Mrs. D. P. Carpenter will arrive today for
to assist "In
--atlon of a Council of AU day. of State's Attorney and Mrs. T. T. Long, spent the weekend in a week-end visit here with her pa- I $1.95

mer\cans\ In Starke Fla/ Every A. S. Crew. Baconton. Georgia, with their rents. Mr. and Mr.. H. L. Brownlee. Just Arrived Corn In and let UK show you the following selections
W. T. Jackson. DUOFOLD-.the ,,
American mother, Mrs. : long-size heavy vellum pa- i
WK.. should enlist In this Miss Elise Jones of Gainesville, Another HhlpmentLADIES per. 100 sheets and 10O envelopes with name and:
Information W. L. Gray, and Mrs. Twymari :Marshall : HATS addreso- '1.25. HAND-LETfER-name or Initial/ +3' '
ox 863 in Starke Saturday visiting Mr O. W. White, :Mr.
was Mr. and Mrs. St
Jacksonville a
Fla.. It herewith in a wood-block hand-cut style. 73 sheet printed
her grandparents.. :Mr. and :Mrs. A. of Jacksonville, spent Sunday I and Mr.. L. C. Prescott, Mr. J. W. .
79c to $2.95.. and 73: envelopes plain-*!.23.: CLOUD-WEAVE
CALLING CARDS any size M. Darby. Mrs. Marshall's grandparents. I White and Olin White. Jr., were a parchment style paper with smart Initial or mono-'
too 1 for 50; $1.50 for 100. Mono- -' Mr. and Mrs. R. :M. Sparkman.Mrs. In Green Cove Springs Sunday aft- Our Cblldrf'nSUMMER Kram. SO sheets printed, BO envelope plain-$1.23. ,

rammed stationery, 100 sheets Mr- and Mrs. J. Frank Carpenter ernoon visiting Rev. and Mrs. E. :M. DRESSES LAID-CHECK check pattern, rich-appearing1'
and little daughter of Jacksonville : F. C. Holllngsworth and lock In white tan In '
tmLf envelopes, $2.75.: Bradford Roo .., or the new Baronial size. SO
nllDty Telegraph Phone 29.,, tf. spent the week-end here daughter, Miss Elizabeth, and MHs *' __________ ___ Are Very Pretty beets printed, SO envelope plain-$1.23.: '}kOrders
OR with relatives Ernestine Andrews, were visitors :Miss Ruth Stejrnberg. who Is 98cIleudquarter.

SALE Now ready full strain hold its regular to Gainesville Sunday afternoon. manager of the 1.-& R. Store oat for graduation delivery must be In our office
Missouri W. C. T. U..WI1I
, Reds Setting Eggs. Chlefland. spent Sunday here with Far
uaranteed. Orders booked for Friday afternoon meeting with Mrs.-A. C. Durden. who visited her parents Mr.<' and Mrs. Nat by Friday April 1Z. p"YI

.uture delivery EK ISc each Mr. Mrs F. A. Scott. All members and her .on-In-law and daughter Mr. Sternberg. at their home on Wal CHILDRENS SHOES98c

P- a. LeWis 305: N. Church St. friends invited. and :Mrs. O. L. Beasley returned nut Street. Up YI

of De- to her home In Tampa.Mr. BRADFORD COUNTY
OFFICE Col. and Mrs. J. E. Futch Saturday
SuPPLIES: Typewritlarh Mrs. M.: ,C. Rev. A. C. Odom has been spending It pay to buy at-
na> adding machine ribbon, Land and Rev. will and Mrs. Olio Ray of Jacksonville several days here a* a guest of
par; typewriterpaper; Stith and sons Jacksonville, Mrs. J. W. Morgan en-
,, of '' the week-end In Mr.
ddlng week-end spent
lh..f" arse bane paper,- second' be guests during the with Mraf: Ray's brotherinlaw route to his home In Greenville, S. STERNBERG'SStarke TELEGRAPH'
on and Mr. H. L. Brownlee Starke
sale at the :Bradford Mr. and Mrs. It. C., from a four months visit in St.Petersburg. .
ty 'Walnut and sister, Mr.
Telegraph office. Phone their bome00' North Florida
C. Cone.
....:. .. .Ct I Street. I

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; tI; .; 1 )"..'.:'*.'to t.: f'' ',.; r t izat..1d, r ,1 H.,.,\''if"rt.Mt:\ ,! i.tWrt: : ;'

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:, rAGE SIX ,
GIRLS ROB ATHLETES One transport compunvTT: : !:;:

Potato Growers Must WINTER HAVEN Two girls ates nine lines with forty pjth|

tiptoed through the bedrooms of Manchuria, where air '
Ship Only in SeasonOr travel It
1 players of the Philadelphia national convenient and popular II

Face Quarantine NEWSNews league baseball club on the fifth
LIVE STATE therein appointed as ape, 7T -
FARMERS SECTION floor of their hotel and looted In Chancery to execut. "i Ala"e

GAINESVILLE Growers of pockets. They !got $9 from Deno will on Monday the. let daZt, aw.. .

white potatoes In Florida should of Florida in Short .ParagraphsTRAM Chlozza's trousers, $80 from an- 1835 before during the Court the legal House hour.. <.dnnrd/*I'1l_'

Conducted by Demonstration Agents harvest and ship their crop before I other guest's clothes, and HarryMars' Starke best, Florida bidder sell for to t th. '8k"lowlna \ I hand .

the advent of summer or they will fountain pen before "Lefty"PelguJlo described lands cash. ,|', the '

unquestionably cause quarantines awoke and frightenedthem. IWrStft being,In Bradford S54:
.. wltt
I to be placed restricting the movement w They fled down a fire escape -

4t of Florida potatoes Into oth- MWswsrji'.ai.'i 1 :N'I '
I I er Southern states, says Dr. Wll- D a East, containing 40 !tang,, li
Housewives PERRY1_Sheriff Sam Wilson TA.LLA.HASSEmGov. v I e acres
RURAL Hints To mon Newell commissioner of the or less, In Bradford f-.H "
said yesterday be arrested eight Sholtz, pressed with preparation of POLK CRIME WAVE Florida.with uutq"

s COMMON SENSE State Plant Board. In a statement een Greek apoiFge divers, six miles his message to the Legislature, LAKELAND mass meeting the appurtenances. SaM' ui.
Demonstration putting the matter squarely up to fur has been called to meet in the be made pursuant to said '
Weekly from Home Dr Newell that off the coast of Taylor County for announced he would make no city satisfy thsame and costs Decreb
the says
By SPUDS JOHNSON Specialist. Tallahassee growers diving inside the nine mile limit. ther appointments at his office un auditorium next Wednesday sight B.pecia
the placing of such quarantineslast MM asterdauNlh.nep.
and til after the Legislature convenes, to discuss the Polk County crime 9tete2a.ORDER ..
fall wag narrowly situation. "There have been forty-
six homicides In Polk County the '
& Board authori APP.HI\
Florida Plant
Accurate measuring cups and of the
reservation of approximately 100- past eighteen months-thirty-eight NOTICE! Is
u hereby given
,h spoons and knowing how to.. handle ties.The 000 acres is in prospect for the remaining BEACH-Sir Malcolm pf them directly attributable to Steiner and wife Anna Bi.iS,.
them provide-the beet baking insurance of stored DAYTONA whose place of realdence' I.
custom shipping great liquor-and there were twice as tk
remnants of the one North; Oak Park '
fine decided to abandon Avenue .
lawn Is a mighty Campbell
A a woman can have, say or off-season potatoes into the tribe of Seminole Indians In Floe many murders in the county as in Illinois, that the Federal Land Stn
H -to have around the house either specialists with the State Home Southern states has resulted In the further attempts this year to all of England last year," a local of Columbia, a corporal i id"
ida. cl Bill of Complaint again"
Z in the country or in the city. Time Demonstration D e p a r tmeut of present situation, Dr. Newell say. break his own automobile speed minister said.FORD. "In a the Circuit Court nf Br dffl

Vl I was when the rural housewife did Florida. With this equipment and Last fall several carloads of pota- record ,of 276.816 miles an hour County. Florida In Chancery J
? not think she had an attractive He ordered Bluebird crated and foreclose a Mortgage covering i
t follow tested Alabama
knowledge she can toes consigned to points [In following describe land Jj
W.C. Hodges, lying
tip I front yard unless the main part of recipes and get at least reasonably and Tennessee were found to -of- State will leave as soon as possible foi being In Bradford County Florid?,
president-nominee the DAYTONA BEACH-If Edsel to-wlt:
4 bare of vegetation, ex-
:It was kept results. Infested with the tuber England.
; few shrubs and flower 1 satisfactory be potato Senate recently said night sessions -' Ford's expressed interest in build. The 81,(, of the NEl uf Section
;, cept for a The standard measuring cup, approved ,moth. Shortly thereafter, a con- wouldbe II, Township 8 8. H. 20 E.. Con.
of the Senate probably ing a racing car capable of going/
) plants, and swept religiously once of of officials of GRANDMA FLIES tainllig80 acres, more or let
U. S. Bureau :ference quarantine '
the back' by the broadcast or radio station faster than Sir Malcolm Campbell'sbest The IIWIi! of the Nwj. of tee.
1 a week. However, Standards, contains eight fluid 'the Southern states was called to ST. PETERSBURG-Fpr. the first tlon 12. Township 6 S n 20 ft
the station
WRUF with operating average speed of 276 miles an
'' breaking work of wielding the old ounces or one-half pint and has ,consider the Imposition of quarantines time In her 107 years.of life,, containing. 40 acres, ,>i, rr br
the on restricted dower: hour, resolves into action, then teen.Therefore
to '
y "brush broom" is giving way Martha Weeks of LIthia
of tubers from Grandma
subdivisions of fourths and on shipments >
the you ana
----''' Daytona Beach may witness within enu ut jo,
task of mowing the lawn. I' thirds marked on it. The tablespoon Florida. RED found herself up In the air last t named In this Notice" ar;< beret,

j A green lawn adds a great deal holds a sixteenth of a cup or, While admitting that the tuber SILVER WAS' HIS-F.ACE SPRINGS' A man week. She threw all caution tc challenging a year or the so world an American land speed car I: of required. Complaint to appear so filed to tht iiKHln.it mid Joe a.,

to the attractiveness of a place, of four the.wind mounted into the blimp on the lt day of 11'S .
three teaspoonsfuls. A nest moth was present in Florida, offi- walked ,Into -the Florida Reptile record that has been held! since Court House In Aril Fl.."da, t It
and It Is possible to have a green measuring may be obtained cials of the State Plant Board I Reliance and went for a 20mlnuteIIpln ou
spoons Institute at Silver Springs with a 1929 by Campbell and H. O. D. erwlse, a Decree Pro Conftano w
; lawn all year in Florida St. Aug. ranging from one-fourth teaspoonto pointed out that the risk of infes- deadly coral or harlequin snake in over the city. Seagrave, Englishmen. be entered for failure against to you and each!
you appear
1a ustlne and centipede are the main a tablespoon, and saves much tation being carried by tubers his hand. He"said he had been I'r 18 ORDERED that Ihb :0:0111: ||(

{ lawn grasses, the former being work. and during the XOTICH I be published once a week fi fan
grown shipped reg- Informed It was a scarlet king CLUB FAVORS PENSION ;:
attacks chinch bugs I Notice .In hereby given to all consecutive weeks In the fcudfuH;
,t subject to by After getting the proper equipment ular season was almost negligible. snake and harmless and had carried MELBOURNE The Florida .claimant against the Estate of County Telegraph a newspaper. h.,

and the latter being subject to occasional with which to measure, the Rigid field and shipping point inspections it In his hand for two miles. Federation of Women's Clubs vot- Henry claim Stephen: ,, deceased, to file County IngBeneral, Florida circulation In liradfui
cold your with the County Judge
down by
't browning I important thing to remember is over a period of years ed to endorse legislation for an old of Bradford County within eightmonths This 26 day of February, I9JS

weather in the winter. Italian ryegrass that all measurements are levelno have failed to show the presenceof LOSE TEN MEN age pension system In Florida. The from date hereof or they A. J. THOMAS: ,
Clerk Circuit (
of the will be barred by law Thin March
sowed top
right on : more, no less. To get levelmeasurements the pest during the regular shipping GAINESVILLE-Stripped of his convention also favored and will 16th, 1935, Bradford County. FlurlJi.

y regular lawn grass will provide a slightly different season. When tubers are har- entire forward wall, Coach Dutch support proposed legislation for an DEWITT C. JONES 8-I-8t-3-.

t green grass ,for the winter and methods must be used for different vested late or are kept In storage Stanley faces a gigantic Job In adequately' financed nine months 3-J -4t-.II. Administrator

{, .. .it will die down with the advent ingredients. For instance, until summer, however, InfestationIs building a first line of defense for school term throughout the state. COMMON CAUSE Or!

y of hot,weather. sifted before measuring -I almost sure to occur, Dr. Newell Florida NO'rU'1'JTHE
: flour must be the University of "Fight- STATE OF FLORIDA OR TO

; Spring is the time of year when otherwise through packing says. ing Gatora." The Gator mentor WHOM IT MAY CONCERN BALDNESSOne
KU KLUX CONVENTION Notice la hereby given that on
Ild, the lawn needs a little special at- there may be a difference of between To obtain the concession of no 'sustained a loss of seven men In The annual April 17th, 1985. at Three of the chief csuaes of preinatuTe
'orD int
tention. If it contains Italian rye I, a quarter to a half a cup. I quarantines against Florida pota- the line, and It becomes quickly apparent 0'Clock P. M. Boon thereafter ease, stint, hair" and ultimate baldnui i
of the of the urn can be heard the undersigned Intend
convention Knights lack of drcolsticra la the
?{i! grace, this should be, kept mow- Then to keep It unpacked, a spoon toes Plant Commissioner, Newell that the bit array of backsin to to
'I Ku Klux Klan la scheduled to be Judge:: ttleon2'6 bI311d"j"i To overcome this and bring, sn abmitt
ed. This prevents the lawn from should be used to life the flour obligated the State Plant Board to camp may,not reach their ambitions Officials AdklnH, of In supply of blood to nourish tbe hair re.massage .,
held in Clearwater. April 4. Circuit Court, In his office Starke,
+, having an unkempt appearance gently into the measuring cup do everything in Its power to discourage 500 Bradford county, Florida for an order scalp at night with JspaaeM Oij
and lb."plio oouot.rkritantTbpmd.
tl, and the permanent grasses from from which it Is leveled by using the shipment of stored or delegates numbering authorizing the undersigned toadopt !
have from all sections of the .state are Allen Oppanhaln| ,. a minor ef men sad women report amt
i; being Injured. The clippings should the sharp edge of a spatula or off-season tubers. For the sake of farmers in Jackson County MAUDE COX. 'leg, results la stopping, falling hair, rn.i
I in case that expected to attend as well as several Ing, hsJr .held end In
be left on the lawn. knife. themselves and the Industry, growers shown nearly every 8-U-t--U new on sresa elisiaftj
made thousand clansmen and their Ing dandniAT aDd Itching scalp.Tspsneae .
Also now Is a good time to fertilize When measuring liquid, such as are urged to refrain from ship very little or 'no profit was ladles. IV: 'IRCI'IT rot'RT. BRADFORD Oil costs hut 60c at any >dry

the lawn, and topdress it milk or water, the container ping except during the regular sea from the use pf fertilizer. In a fOI'NTY FLORIDA. IN tllAN- .'... Economy .laeL" .l. FREE "Th. ttba %
pounds of About UaJr, Write Dept. 35MATIOIfAL
few 200 acre
with a little soil. Two or three should be brimming full. A spoon son. If they comply with this request cases per M. A. SMITH, an Liquidator for ReM EDT COM .

+: pounds of a potash and four or should be dipped into the liquid, Dr. Newell says that it Is superphosphate gave a slight in- NEW RADIO STATION tion.Bradford Plaintiff.County Bank, a corpora- West 4Sth (....... Mew. Y..,
Similar tests Florida
five pounds of a phosphate fertilizer while the liquid should be poured not likely that restrictions will be crease in profits. TALLAJHASSEK vii Cane No. 425:
L I If made by experiment: stations In Capitol Broadcasters, Inc., of Tallahassee W. K YARBROUGH, ET AL,
a should be applied to each 1- Into a which Is level on a table. Imposed by the other states.
cup states reveal about the has been granted a'per- Defendant, IF YOUR
nearby ,
.000 square feet of lawn about once be measured ac- they do not, troublesome quaran- Take notice that the underslg-ned
""a Now Is a good time to do Shortening can tines affecting all shipments Into game results. mit by the Federal Communications Special Master, by the final decreeIn
year. For Instance .
curately In several ,ways. Commission at Washington, the above entitled cause appointed
that. Then the lawn should re- Southern states may be promulgated It is commonly believed that will, pursuant to meld decree,
one ,
butter two cups equal
ceive an application of two or three : landplaster or gypsum l Is necessary to construct and operate here a and dining- the egal hours of Bale BREATH HASA
If recipe calls for ahalfcup watts on Monday the lit April AO
pound. your radio station of 100
for beat results with peanuts, but new :1-heOt deptbidder ( I
t pounds of sulphate of ammonia or of a Dr. Newell expresses confidence 1935. sell to the and
rd nitrate of soda about once a month. of butter a quarter '' five years of testing at the Station power, broadcasting u n Jim I ted for cash at the South door
pound mould would be the right that growers win1 comply fully time 1310 kilocycles. of the County Courthouse at Starke, SMELL YOUCANT
belief. on
3, It should be watered regularly.If amount. For less 'than a cupful with the request. have,not supported this Bradford County, Florida, the following
and the states that close land and chattel, to-wlt;
these done Stokes spacing
things are Mr.
rl many people find It easier to mea- 200 SUITS STOLEN The SW>4 of the NW : and the
lawn is kept watered It should the CLOSER SPACING NOT has done far more to increase U14 of the NW4 of tits 8w4jana ;
sure by spoonful, packing SANFORD Thieves enteringthe FEEL WED
the W% of the EVi of theNK14
be'hat: con-
be and attractive. In the tests
soon growing FERTILIZERS OFFERS profits
shortening firmly and leveling Purcell and Company clothing 1 of the 8WK of Seo. 11.
r; ,The Experiment Station at MORE PEANUT PROFITS ducted and, studied than any of Twp 6 S K 22 E.; containing l 7E
't off with the sharp edge of aknlfe. : he store in the business district, car- 'acres' more or Ie... Also, ,The Wham *. cola a raoeh." oar food *"".
; Gainesville has Issued a bulletin to the fertilizers. By close spacing cattle, to-wit One ....._ Our tri_ edl. *
In this case, one might prefer ried nearly 200 suits of men's following : m ear J
((209)) on lawns which, tells how to method I' GAINESVILLE Why should means that Spanish peanuts should away registered Red Poll Bull and 74 dees* sssslng out ef sin oath sad d I Iut
measure by the displacement clothing, valued at nearly $3,750, head of cattle together with allincrease. bra. We feet the poI_
2 1-2 feet !
2 to
fiu start them as well as how to keep by filling the measuring cup Florida farmers spend money fer- be planted In rows In of the most daring robberiesever The{ above cattle, iseay all eras ear body. It _b*
them going. It is good, and'can water-then adding tilizing peanuts when closer spacing wide and planted 3 to 6 Inches in one marked smooth crop In right ear foosir. STSuehr and Be good. tar ssjuwWus
rl be obtained free. half full of the drill. Runner peanuts, If planted known In this city. The loss and .pllt In left ear branded < made the food deeay .Is the....*
until the Is filled to and proper_rotation are prov- with letter U
shortening cup was not covered by insurance. .Yi. 741. WSMI wo sat tee moeh out
r the desired amount. ing more profitable? That's the solid, should be in about 2 1-21 G. FATTEN, "tutee eaiTt ..Mst hv Was .. doe bite fief
W. E. Stokes, agronomistwith Foot rows and from 6 to 12 inchesIn KNIOIT-teclal: Master. It la the BUM* vital aUcsative tax* l Ie -
question GET MORE STUDIOUS KNIGHT A body. Ualess S Diets of tt are do.Ira Cns
the Florida Experiment Station the drill. Attorney for Plaintiff. aver late Bowels ever daa.
tree our oar
....... Clermont goes planting- Better yields were secured also TALLAHASSEE] -, Scholarship 3-15-31-8-39. eov.ownb> gt hard Bad ......tipauol
COLDS minded. Is asking after conducting a Is on the upgrade at Florida State .% .4 ew food eteeays III oer U faa
large number of testa and studying when the crops were so rotated records MASTER'S GALE bewela. This deeay ...... poison sO sis
666 CoUege for Women here NOTICE] l I. hereby given that under -
FEVER that followed some of the ter body -. Us Itb.bw
' l' To keep cheese moist, wrap it similar tests In nearby states. peanuts compiled In the personnel office and by virtue of a Final Decree wale Meads smell oar led he*
first day of vine- According to Mr. Stokes, experiments legumes-as vetch, Austrian peas, I of Foreclosure made and tendered .. ettr like i'
out feel s
In a soft cloth wrung for the last three years show. In by the Honorable A. Z. Artklnn, bat( dom't) sad we
" Headaches at the Station farm here as >r velvet beans-which add large I bone. doo't BBS a mouthwash. or tail
in earthen jar. of the Circuit Court of the
LIQVID TABI.ElTI gar, and keep an 1933 the college average for the Judge iaxmtroe. Get M tbe __ Tsk '
SALVE ISOIIIB) In 8O mlMteUllOI'a with the cover slightly raised. I I well as cooperative tests with amounts of humus to the soil. : C.rst semester was placed at 1.303, and 26th for Judicial Bradford Circuit County of Florida, In Chancery In- Little Urer Pills bile whlea But g..If.tlp"somdm start a

Ii : lost year at 1,366, and this year at dated the 27th day of February Bow better at Is rmr .sfaJ- bay It. M
... v.y 1935, In that certain cause It .. =..r7'-ry( ) pilL"H
;ywe !'Rtr t 1.424. therein lately pending between The sy '
.iI loosens twin, crlpes and saalds the r
Federal Land Bank of Columbia Ask for Cartels .lie
Plaintiff, and M. B. Plummer and tm many 5.0el. ,.
U PUIs by 'BSUB sad vst
wife Verdla E. Plummer. Defendants -
ask for-..'.. O>*s4. C.bUCe.PFDTIII7FRS
PALATKA Putnam County's the undersigned, who was ,

poor farm was closed on March 15. -- -

Its three Inmates sheltered in private z v .. .' -.

homes and the work of car- 4 elI

Ing for them and all future Indigent ,t' s I

cases imposed upon the Wel- K ...,,. <'...,
IitM.: "," \
fare Committee of the Palatka 'If' ...,J.
Woman's Club as the county com- a

mission officially washed its handsof !, ph cY ,t.

all charity work.

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CLERMONT-A new Florida industry -

and one that gives promise

of becoming an important one lathe

manufacture of a new and

unique salt shaker with a cap or

cork of'Florida dtstomlte, a mineral -

1&a'i taken from neighboring marsn I .

lands, calcined and purified. It is

a chalkllke substance that absorbs

The Master De Use Town Sedan,$615 moisture and prevents dampness BRADFORD COUNTYGOOD
the Bait'cau lng it
r from reaching
,kv .. .... 'Jt
--1': :; ..J-. ,,: ( II'.<\O----\!rr\ ., Alluring'beauty .. brink, to cleg in the shaker., tV Il
'e ;, .
I+ anti
lively performance .
t And these exclusive CHEVROLETfor FAVOR SALES TAX SEED, good soil and intelligent.t

.n comfort and safety advantages ) JACKSONVILLE Results of feeding are the roads that lead direct to 4rd4 '

to Chevrolet in its price class all are the State-wide sales tax referen- quality crops. The achievement can be

FIVE I FAMOUS when own' a Master De Luxe 1935 dum concluded Wednesday by the made more certain If the feeding is done f
yours you Florida State Chamber of Com- with Ideal Fertilizers =; the complete ,,
Chevrolet for 1935. Yet you can buy one) that plant food that has produced outstand-,
revealed seventythreeper
merce, I i
FEATURES at surprisingly low prices and operate it AND UP. Lid pilot at cent of that organization's ing result throughout Florida for more,
$ than forty They bal-,
MasterDm &_. Coup .' years. are perfectly i
f even more economically than previous 56O 1ft'. Mich.. 60. W membership "favored the levying arced, and scientifically prepared especially ,

1 1, t Chevrolels. See this car and choose bum". ... .epe.ro fire eniIAstl of a general retail sales I tax In for Florida soils and crops. See for

;: make It advanced in tit. fool, th. lift ,.rl.. ifllt.OO mdditlonml. Florida us a substitute for our yourself the wonderful difference that 511
as G1eiriwefoequafityatlOWCOet.' I J>rfeee.,_,..,In tnit...,........_...,ere lift ml flint Twen- Ideal Fertilizers make.
present. fad valorem taxes. Try them. There
t COMPANY DETROIT. MICR. .nd are subject to cAenge without" 110' JCneeXcfjoft -
CHEVROLET MOTOR( ..... cent of those voting Is a brand of Ideal Fertilizer to meet the
I is I in
quality as it styling Ctmrmr CAaiiaf.i'i. Urn eWhoW frloa mnj **?C Af. A.C. option/ $3O 't
of vw
BMisa. .A fc--l M w. Psfae cast their ballots In opposition to every crop.

CCALgSJ. AOVKBTISEMCNTTUMITTOP : such a tax, while the remainder:or You can depend upon these reliable, 3' i
time-tested, quality-producing fertilizers. '?
1' ;
5 per cent were non-committal. Use Ideal Fertilizers for all crops. 't,
1N ORK Rt10/

ROOTUwe rilHUwtlh VALVI-IN-MIAD INCIINITorode 1101 IRAKq f1hRNi. MIAMI-Last of the gambling

( Ventilation) house operation cases growing! out WILSON TOOMER FERTILIZER g

of the grand Jury Investigation of ,Jacksonville, Florida R ', ,1
Deauville Casino was cancelled as

County Solicitor Fred PJne noble

pressed anj. Information against
Thomas Manor. Inc.. Lucy Cotton

Thomas Magraw the former ac -
Y- *<,j .y -
;: t tress, and her husband. William ?- ,
__ Uagraw. were the majority stockholders _' w S;. : (,\ :". **

l of Thomas Manor, Inc,

owner of the Oceanside Casino and SELLING AGENTS

I Chevrolet Co. easor: of space in ,the building. CARL JOHNS. STARKE, FLA.

Pine earlier this week cancelled O. W ROBERTS, LAWTKV, FLA.

f I' gambling operation'c b a I'g e.* 3. S. NORMAN LAWTCY. FLA.


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; CUURCU i DntEOTOH .' many more in my vicinity who had fence just to protect him, having .
%\It some also. So there wa some one no forethought of the expense he a ais
Fll'flt B;ptHt Church L [ in the woods about all the time putting his neighbors to. :',

It'v, C. U. prltle, Pastor The Story of the Bible Told in Pictures hunting his stock and also lookingfor Now come and let's reason to ;

schOol--10:00: a, m. Mel mine at the same time. gether. See Islah, Chapter 1 and ;

unday Worship -11 ::00 a. mtomtog Tae ''."..IoI..r JkTlr. This resulted In my lOlling my 18th Verse ./

U -6:15p.m.: tnpltul ,/VRw stock, but the other fellows' arc I' Suppose I give a man ten acres I
y, p. worshlp-1:30: p. m. .. wvBr -, r'- around here In the woods. yet. So I : of land who hasn't anything, but I

'cnlD"1I Training School, Wed- decided to buy me one Essex sow this ten acres I gave him. He then ,'; ,

1'00 p. m. OSCAR JOHNSON .S-, and male and keep them In my could not fence it because he can't. ;
at and KENT WATSON '
daY k. Prayer servlce1S0lidWee : s pasture of leas than one acre. After go into the woods and split rails

,c this I had all the meat for my and get posts like ne could years

arelavltedtoallour ..ervI'aU TALLAHASSEE-ZERO HOUR .. 4it' own use and sold $30 to $40 worth ago. They are not here to get i
4''s ;
nears Roll of the leglBlath IffiuIJ each year. ; any more. Now If he did not have I

Church drums of battle will begin to 1 be Up to the time I had this experience to build fences he could take a .
heard next Tuesday Ninety! I felt like all the others feel grubbing hoe and some seeds and ,;

B. M. Montgomery Past members of the house and thlrt; now, that have their stock running make something to eat In ninety "v
SclOOI-10: a. m. I; five members of the senate will around in the woods. -that days This would take him off the .

;uadaY worahlp-ll apalflg m. settle down to a sixty day grind such a thing as a no-fence law relief list.
corning nrth League-6:45: p. m. I heralded as the most gruelling and would rob me of my living. But In conclusion I will say that I ; t

Worshlp-7:30 P. m. I moat far-reaching In economic Importance being forced to have to pasture my am not a candidate for any office. '",I II
Invited to aU these ser in the state's history.A sow and cow taught me that was am just writing this for the benefit I
'ou are a sort of flank movement I Incidental the way to have plenty of meat of both sides of the question.. ill

'. to the real battle will be and butter at ninety per cent loss and it Is facts from experience.What .

Pr'Nb'wrian Churchy Initiated Monday night, when trouble, and some to sell. this county needs to get ,
George H Lowry Minister housemembers assemble In caucus Now who is It that doesn't want on its feet Is to do unto others alt
m.Sabbath School. to nominate a speaker, speaker the no-fence law T You will find it : you would like them to do unto }
L '
no a 7))
M.Morning Worshlj; pro-tern and seventeen elective attaches to be some one In a community you._ More brotherly love for eachother
1:00:: by A. the pastor. from chief clerk down I to who has a few head of razor-back and less, yes much less, selflshnexs. '.

mon .Junlor Christian EnVlr. page, yf stock. This aame person is surrounded 1
30 p. m. t' by his neighbors who I A. S. STRICKLAND. ; I
.Evening Worship. And It Is upon this caucus outcome ::. will say from ten to twenty of .. '

.30 p, m that the public eye Is now I them have no stock at all. Yet this A 1 -foot tiger shark has a 200-
mainly focused It will determine :
liver. t
Church stock man wants his neighbors to pound
First Christian whether W B. (Buddie) Bishop] i ;,

Rev.V., T. McGuire! PastorIble of Jefferson or V. McL. Christie, of n ........ )
.r" s J Op ..
School. 10 a. m, Duval, or Dwight Rogers, of Brow /Jop//1f.., '
m. ard shall be the presiding office : : : GAR OD '
11 a.
Urlstlan'mmimion.Endeavor, 7pm. and thereby haveIt greatly I III Mfr1! 1 14
: meeting Wednesday 7::80 their hands to shape the course of (' .. 'I
ayer -
legislation. LI .
J, I
11 i a. While the house Is thus !
Reaching Second Sunday busy ; .sf.V-

and 8 p. m.SEwOOD Monday night, the Senate will I be I 'Mst."M';;; .'''' Jr4
__ going through the same motion: 6 j
BAPTIST CHUBC] and going through the motions Is a I Christ. Calms tk. Storm.-Th* subject of this Illustration, from Merlan'a story of the Bible In pictures, -
, related the first three Gospels. According to Matthew _
Pastor'ervices I because the organization engraved In 1625-1630. is taken from an Incident In
EM'. i.. O. Hemingway Bible proper expression of the senate Is more the story reads,,"And when He was entered Into a ship, His disciples followed Him. And, behold, there
every I arose a great tempest In the sea, Insomuch that the chip was covered with the waves: but lie was asleep. r
Morning: Woi i or less a cut and dried affair .
,dy 10.13: a. m. And Bis disciples came to film and awoke Him, laying, Lord save us; we perish. And He saith unto them '
p. 11 a. m. Evening Worship] The President of the senate Is nominated Why are ye fearful, 0 ye of little faith T Then he arose and rebuked the winds and the seal and there was
1 I
} p. m. by the nineteen hold-ove a great calm But the men marveled, saying, what manner of man is this, that even the winds and the n
'ou are Invited to all these ser members from among some member sea obey him I'. After the voyage, which probably was on the sea of Galilee, Christ landed In the country of '

whose term expires with the the Gergesenes, where He cast out devil from two men. ''j
current session, who Intends I to f f.

run again and who is general!; w :f.J Ii
conceded will be re-elected Th merely to relieve real estate of all that the District of Columbia and r J!,

1933 hold-overs whose terms, by taxation California both have a $1.00 tag .
( ; TheLetter
30B JONESComments the way, expire with this session) Charge is made that In the light of: 11. II I I.w,I.I..f'.
l heavy gasoline tax, the licensing of
nominated Senator Hodges, wh
Here FLORIDA'S EFFORT u. ecure Box l ,
On automobiles and commercial ve i 1 ?
was re-elected from Leon without a slice of the motion picture pro- 'hides should not be designed t') I t),
And Hereafter opposition Such nominations are ducing business Is a serious one {
provide revenues .- -. Most state
< brought about in executive see Sholtz Is giving much
Governor ,
===s ; having low tag lIcen ell, however' For No Fence Law
and vocalists.... )
don just before the close of the time in connection with the drive. 63 Instrumentalists I' '
bond for roudt
Communism la making Inroad senate sessions Several conferences have already have the power to Starke, Fla., t
and other purposes not enjoyed b) blending to produce interpretations of
labor organizations.. a maid Under the constitution the Legislature been had wit hhlm and the full cooperation ( Florida, that Florida's pay-au-you- March 25: 1935.: K} ,

recently. I replied, "You need convenes on the first Tuesday of the state GovernmentIs I go policy will not stand such tremendous Editor Telegraph, popular melodies never before achieved ; ;

ji t worry much about communist after the first Monday in Apr planned Under a constitu- I Ions aa would follow a $3: Starke, Florida, ;
j I labor in America. A large to: continue for sixty days, which tion amendment enacted last November or a $1 license fee. Dear Sir: In radio. Directed by Frank Black. fd. '

rcentage of the members of la- means that this year it will fold up] producing companies startIng I have heard so much said of : l.
r organizations are old-time, 01! May 31, earliest in many years In Florida from July 1, 1933 to late about the no fence law that I Friday (WJAX) 10:30 J., **. '
BECAUSE of the known aversion '
dox Christians. You better look tt so happens that the first Monday July 1, 1943 are exempt from any the have decided to write these few And Over COIUI&.to-
t for communism in the school In April this year falls on April! and all forms of taxation including creation of the of legislature new/ boards against, It Is not lines, which I hope you will printIn Network of NBC ; \

.J colleges of America.' If this 1 I .. Under no circumstance can finished product which Californianow that the planning your valuable paper.I COCA-COLA
tion ever becomes communistic the legislature ever meet earlier threatens to tax to the tune Impossible proponed to am writing my actual experi STARKE
board bill will be changed
)or will not be to blame. You than it is meeting this year. of about $35,000,000 annually. I: be titled "The Governor's AdvisoryCommittee" ence. Back years ago I had razor- BOTTLING CO. 1, ;[;
y blame the modernists In you 'after back hogs In the woods and some
: and all i la said Fla. Telephone. 1 ;
modernistic cole of the candidate; cattle. and are yet Starke
THREE were
IplU and your ALL It Is believed that an effort will and done that Is all It will be- They .. 1
; professors." for speaker have declared themselves consolidate all tax col- .
be made to nothing more nor lens The presort -
certain of victory Various lection operations of the state In planning board fa an unofftcl !- :

On February 19 Representatlv! newspapers have credited Bl hop,] the hands of the Comptroller's of- :'.! body financed hy the FFRA0 ,

smiton Fish. Jr.,, made a radltech with being the candidate of the fice This, however, does not in FORDV.a :
In which he said. "Th Administration( but CovernoiSholtsMnslsts 'clude certain Inspection taxes collected ISNOUISAPJ'E.Uts j
that he has taken nc of ...
rwth of communism and left : by the Department Ag- TALLAHASSEE A repainted
ng socialism, its half brother part In the contest Christie declares riculture It may, however, include state seal, with Its perspective readjusted -

d sister Is more rapid and exi6lv9 :- his pledges are sufficient collection of the corporationtax and Corrected to scale,, q
In American colleges thai to: assure his election It seems now collected by mall by the was hung in the office of Secretaryof

any other sphere of Communist generally: conceded that unless I Icadlock a secretary of state It Is pointed State Robei A. Gray alongsidethe

tlvfty. It is a sad and tragic arises between the Bishop out that the comptroller's deputiescall original which has been In thestate's $ ( i'

mmentary on American life and and Christie forces, Rogers hat on most of the corporations! possession place reconstruction 'I

r (Institutions that In edifices of but little if any chance of success licensed In connection with Intangibles days. No majot changes were i ; Y .e.

riling the younger generation oucricans .. Rogers secured enough pledges+, and other tax collections and made to the general outline of the J
should be taught that from members of the 1933 house could quickly pick up the corporation Florida scene that is the state's I

cry thing is wrong, rotten, cor who thought they were going tc tax payments.It seal, except that tile background
pt, and oppressive In free Amerl come: back to the 1935 session toassure is generally believed that the mountains: which hi' the original ...4. .
. and everything paaceful, beau his election, but only a fewof colleetlon! of occupational taxes. Is appeared to be covered with snow ( I

'ul, humanitarian, and' prosper those so pledged will actually sadly lacking In many counties I were changed in the repainting to

H i In Soviet Russia. Our leading answer the roll call this year. These are now largely collected by a covering .of.orange groves ,t,. -'
N the counties Consideration Is now ,. : .
ivmltiea such Columbia, -
as, + t.
permits, ., '
will "
Willis PENSACOLA Bandlng .
State Auditor Bryan legislators to
by some
University College of the City; being given ,ff. I ,
N Y., Chicago, Wisconsin Cal loon report to the Governor and the thought that if these taxes for this city are deice to $100,- q.I' r .Y. '
mia, Washington State Nortl LrfigUlatiire one of the ,most complete were to be collected by the present OCO so for tUWyeartt'Th* January
trolina, Pennsylvania Oberlin, and Interesting statistical; comptroller, at least, there wouldbe total bring $'-O,451'leb'uary J31,- r F'sUe
the tax structure from this 453: and up to of
' rvdrd, Wesleyan Smith, and, symposiums on a substantial increase
state counties and cities counties and the 47 permits hud heed issued seven-
.mr are the worst offenders and, of the source both for
It there is any answer to be had 'state State and county occupa- lean, for new bulIJlhg and thirtyfor
honeycombed with Socialists, V-
ir Communists, and Communist anywhere to any Inquiry regardIng tional taxes are paid at the same repairs the! artSur.l!'" totalling. i\f\ S "".

Khlng class hatred, hatred of re tax matters, assessments Inoaie time now through the county tax J31.110,.. Wf # & \g&3s wimlit
will be had out of -- --JT"-| e --
Ion hatred of American Instl : etc.. It collector.NO in- :
work which has WINTER HAVEN--State
:one, including the America: hla constructive ,:1'1
' t' I absolutely with eon in process of completion ICszany QUESTION but that there spcctton of frozen fruit will end
agree \
'preservative Fish. I am not months.INDICATIONS. will be a reduction in the automobile April 1. it was announced here oy "
eliminate the CommlSwIoucr IT-il'ian: Mayo who
easing. Communism and Athe license tugs to
111 are doing their deadly work Irny POINT to a ra.ebetween $15 bracket South Carolina said after that "te'no certificates ;J
Just J in'! that road
would to :
educational institution .tn the Senate and House aGto Governor Johnston Is appealingfor '
s nation. I appeal to the old- which will first produce an ap- a uniform $3 tag, pointing ou: guard stations would! btlclosed. ,

rue*, plain mlddle-of-the-roof ropriatlona bl1L.,.Thsl speaks well

wlcnn It we don't do some- for getting this most trontrover- .
Ing" about It educationsera 1 of session qUickly "
these' lal measure every
will\ wreck our. country outof'the.waysv.After report "AFTER OFFICE HQMS"BEGINS( : ,
. ,
.e hope of this nation is In the of 1 the senate and house commit-

."", everyday, honest-to-good-- lea. It will go into -conference J
,".I Christian American. with'8 view to harmonizing differences ,. .
If this Is impossible ', I
4 ills. "-- i!
'tuart to blossom year round., both bills will go to final passage IT'SYOUR ,

.Yard l University sending seeds, and then a general conference committee ,;

ants' ten varieties of eucalyptus,: will be appointed from both 1

houses to iron our differences ,

.ndlcatlons.ee eye-to-eye that In providing the also with legislature point the to salary the will Bud&etBoard posIblllty not In--I I ; NEW BIG A Class By Itself fl fll

creaMS and upping of d.partmenI SERIAL
al allowances
CANDIDATES-for, speaker ofthe THRILL Til Kit E U no .."a'llo compare the Ford V-8 with any other ear

House are said to have ad- because there .. no other car like it. l .
sad Senator Hodges, president ofthe
senate, that there Is little The Ford enable you to step up Into the fine-car class In per

Greatest Fire in sympathy among the membership formance, beauty; comfort and .alel,. But there U no steppingup .

American HistoryC. Interviewed roadcastlng,on proceedings the question. They of in price. That' i 1. kept down by Ford low-profit policies and : '
.. r,TLr, --arfO bold It too costly and Impractical, unique manufacturing methods. These are a. different m. the ,
_ 4 -= .. It: is said. M
........ .. ,feum ear iUelf.

::;135O.GOo.d........_.. State Chamber SOON modern d t;
, ... ... .... w-..je.rw LAST WEEK the result It take eight cylinder. to>> give the performance you ,

. ":d .. ........- of Commerce announced the the i need thee day*. The Ford !. powered by a V.8 the finest type of fl}
---- of Its poll of members on IN

.II.iw...:::::" .. ...............- queatioD of sales tax legislation eight-eyllnder engine. .You have to pay more than $2000 for that '!'t'':

..... II...... ...... .........,. The results were overwhelminglyi la fooUeJi glean. In any other car.FORD ( ,
::- I tax. it was put)- They looked at each other and laughed TH'E ,
- ..... III of a sales
. .... ......
.l..........dvwea+eaYr.atlwIROLD rw lied ,. However, one of the "I like you, : COMPANYtt.ty
mat Important cogs In the Staterambera
official set up stated BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
C. WALL to the writer that many of the

ITI iNSURANG >S.RIlE members voiced their favor of a

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t l'' Bradford{ County"TelegraphEstablished KIIAUPEKS evidence AND has been SUCKERSNew added I to
prove that Barnum was evidently! II l ODD --- !
made his famous
1877 right when he ==
{ .'- -- --... .. .. .. statement about the American TO CLASSIFY .
1jI e Published Weekly.on Fridays and Entered as Second Class public liking to be hum-bugged. sir HU.$KM, KAY

' f 1 ?f Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida published According by to the a Securities recent bulletin and !I."nt.rr! Florida Pre.. A.... NO..-.-330, 7O9.. NO.330,709 Lla. OR. i r FLASK: .

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-- -- ''' '' -- Exchange Commission In Wash : THIS( INVENTION RELATES TO LIQUOR/

' i r E. L. Matthews.__.. __..,____,___________Editor and Owner Ington, $50,000,000 wee Invested One thing about these newspaper FLASKS AND IT CONSISTS IN
I .. _. .. .. .. In fraudulent stocks In the city of boys up around the Suwannee MAKING
-- ---- --- -- -- ------ -- '
SUBSCRIPTION RATE Chicago alone' last year. When River, they''don't permit.' either I, I; THE\\ OUTER. COVERING OF THE FLASK
: people In one city alone throw an business or politic, to Interfere 'IN THE FORM OF A BOOK.
7 Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance amount like this to the winds, the with their flahlh' and while they -
Advertising Rates on Application total would be astounding if wld all work bard arid turn out some I uM THE NECK OF THE FLASK IS MADE TO

x -- ow's mites and orphan's pennies mighty good papers, they still find s-. "PROJECT THROUGH AN OPENING INT.U
that went for bogus stocks were time to play occasionally and they
I ,dl' Everybody hold tight-the Legislature is off I II" added.,up from every part of the are more neighborly than any other I \ ; TOP TO ADMIT OF READY ACCESS

o country group in the state TO IT'S CONTENTS! !

Between September 1934 and Last Saturday at the Invitationof
Bradford County will soon be strawberry shortcake con- January 31, 1039' the Federal "little" Roy Child, I Journeyedto

: Irl SC OUa.i Communion received 6,000 com- Cedar Keys to join his gangon
plaints from victims of stock an old fashioned deep sea fish-
O swindlers. These revealed clearly In' trip and I mean It was some

\' Some men devote their lives to looking: for a substitute that residents of large cities were I party.If .

a11 gj for work. even more gulllgle than their you've never been to Cedar

Ae 4 cousins In the smaller towns and Keys you've missed a lot. WhileIt ,FOR IT'S ALWAYS FA15.BOOKWORMS / WEATHER 0 uu /
.0- rural districts. not have I It
may stop streets
many /
M It's strange that the people who don't need to be thrifty The late model stock sharpersare I and traffic cops as some towns, It jejHEN I
hal no longer the !!smart-eleck overdressed las got a lot of kindly, friendly
off j' TO usually are. type of person The de- folks who greet you with a handshake r-? NOpPEE'h

pUba o pression has filled their ranks with I and a smile and Just naturally -

( ''Isde One writer says that "Now is the time for all good men former business executives, professional make you,feel like you belong; I III
y men and engineers. They there and they're glad to have you. 'h t
to to.
all; come keep abreast. of styles- in stocks o His' Honor, the Mayor, was my
evldu. o and cater to the public's tempo- Idea> of a regular host. Instead of 7

? Spring is here with the ,usual crop of mosquitoes and rary Interests. And the public has meetln' us In a:top hat and cut ,;ti i -. AS SHAKESPEARE: ONCE!!
d some queer Interests when It comes away coat with a police escort and SAID"READING MAKIiTH
poetry. r to ways of getting rid of Its mon- the traditional;"trJck" key to the A FULL MAN .

wSts / ey. city, he was standln' there In a
Broad-mindedness is another thing that can be carried to Recently some local people received pair of overalls and a broad-brim-
by /, ... a weird proposition of buy- med straw bonnet that would have
the i{ '";' ,an extreme. ing "pro-discovery oil" that couldbe looked fine on Poncho Villa UP SfiT'EM JUDGB PAPA'S IN /

o purchased at a very low price We were led down to the dock I 1 HIS DEN READING ,
thftcj 41 If the world passes a man by it's usually because he's and could be sold-so the pamphlet whore they had a big sea-goln' SO DON'T, DISTURB L _
i holding traffic. said-at a huge profit-IF and lack that comfortably accommodated IM aM ?
WHEN the oil was discovered. If
all of us -- men, women and
epl ) o anyone fell for this scheme, we children. ,That's.' another thing .
tCertainly: women can keep quiet-did yoiTever notice one hope he doesn't spend his profits about these Suwannee River boys,

''th for ''i6; listening in on a party line? before he makes them. they take.the .whole family\alongon 1C H
The commission has pointed outa their parties.
ctIho \ o few simple rules which should bI
'k J For every person who becomes famous there are a hun- help In protecting unsuspecting In.0' The women had fixed up a lot of
well victuals and had
they a cou-
t, dred who "knew him when." They vestors should against make these Inquiries sharpers concerning pie of colored boys along to fry the I AM ATTORNEY ART

,j 1 0 the salesman's offices and luh and I'm here to tell you that BEFORE THE BAR .--e.- LF&KT.

1) One husband complains that his wife buys an ash tray they should submit prospectus of hey sure knew' their" stuff. I've -
sunk In slab of
my fangs many a I
the stock to local, state or Fed- ;
and then wants a new set of furniture to match it. mullet but that fish dinner we I DISGRACE T BK ON RELIEF
[hoi eral agencies for a check on the '
!'fucul p { 0 tiuthfulnass of Its statements. had about fifteen miles out In the Wonders will never cease and

[ t\: Put up a good pack of strawberries and insure the future Washington can verify them as all gulf was just about the swelled strange as It seems or believe It or
n securities must be registered with feed I ever encountered not--to appropriate two famous Growers NoticeTO
of this in Bradford
\ industry County, '
beautiful catch two
io complete Information supplied to It was a day. Oil phr'ases-there are com
J munities In the state of West Virginia
; o. the SEC. Mother Nature' dished up perfect
Some folks are so used to being mean that they look This procedure might be a lit weather+plenty' of warm sunshine that really regard it as a
fono tle trouble and seem like delay to tempered with '''a delightful cool "disgrace" to use federal relief
askance at who does kind deed.
ab 1to ... the Investor who Is under the spellof breeze and Just enough roll to the funds and' who, therefore, are pret-

0 a high pressure salesman, but I Gulf to make you realize you were ty much "on their own" in pro- I am to be on the ground this season! to stand behind the
Who makes the most news-the Dionne quintuplets or It would: undoubtedly save a lot of on a boat viding for food and other necessities -

p the political'triplets; Long, Coughlin and Johnson? grief In the long run. Dollars are I 'Tate Powell,'' publisher of the of life during these hectic depression grower.'
'! too scarce today to Invest In bar- I Macclenny Press, proved to be the days. One Is St. Cara, a FIRST. My platform is fair and square dealings.I .
y .
'j o. rels of "pre-dlscovery oil. ace fisherman and when a kingfish German-Irish community in Dod- shall have wires every day so the growers will know
j If you don't believe that time flies, just stop to consider -0--- or some other finny monster dridge County, and the other Is the market.

tb %::0 that twenty-five per cent of'1935 has already gone by. WILL FLORIDA BACKSLIDE got messed up' with his line, it i Helvetia a Swiss settlement In .
too bad Randolph County. Recent surveysby
"Florida's legislature, which was Just for Mr. Fish.
4''t.'t.Ut 't. 0 convenes next week, will decide Roy Child had: a hard time flnd- the federal department revealed SECOND. I shall work.for a reliable house only. .
; ,- Because a boy has good ears for holding a comb doesn't whether Florida 'shall,continue to In' a seat till three fellows got up I o very few of the people In these The growers must put their fruit up right If they want

w'))'' necessarily mean that he will turn out to be a barber. be a "conservation backslider,' or and went' to the'front of the boat communities have .received any the top market for It.
whether she shall merit a place and he took their place. Leslie I kind of relief since the depression
? 1 0f alongside of her progressive sis- George[ from Parry! Wag. the life of began, and Sen. G. O. Young, I shall have reliable truck drivers only, and ones who know
.11/; It's comforting to know that there are just as many ter states which have long since the patty as usual. and Clayton resenting the district In which rep-I I how to get the berries to njarket In good shape.
)tti tv sheep in wolves clothing as wolves going around disguised as stopped the sale of black bass" Codrington was 'runntn' 'round in a vetia Is located, told the state
This Is the challenge to our state polo shirt lookln. for a bang-Call- ate that the sturdy Swlss-Amer United We Stand, Divided We Fall.
';sheep.. which was recently sent out by the eel( sea-horse. cans "considered. relief a disgrace."
t 0- American Game Association, with : There were two preachers onboard There are 1100 persons tin reliefIn Yours .very truly

f t ta : If the state senate broadcasts its proceedings lots of folks headquarters In the nation's capi but that didn't seem to Doddridge Couny ,but only 11 C. C. GRIFFISSPECIAL
.anybody's style of them live in St. Cara Isn't thisa
ramp Anyhow
,w are going to mistake what they hear and take their radios to tal.The message continues: "Florida Pause from Williston managed tnget great commentary' on the- average A

:ti be repaired. today is one of only thirteen states me in a corner and tell me an- American community; when
o In the entire Union which still allow ther one about Mae West and the one considers that here are ,,two
J.; the sale of black bass on the Judge always knew where the beer i towns, made up almost entirely ot
Just a little more than two weeks and we will be in the
people only a generation or two removed -
market stall. All other states Was hidden.and would produce a
)t, midst of our Strawberry Festival and, we hope, a good strawberry have recognized the value of good bottle ,when the"gentlemen of tb.cloth from the old world, who are
y season. bass fishing: as ''the lure to at- were occupied with their so truly American In principle that
C; tract the golden stream of dollars shin.' ,v they actually believe in working
"h't o poured out annually by the millions GUbert Freeman missed the for a living and in making every
s; Someone should invent an instrument that could determine who enjoy fresh-water ang-. boat> It was the first time I ever honest effort to subsist on what

"'i) whether the most talk comes from a beauty parlor or a ling. knew that guy to miss anything, they can earn rather than having
"Florida ought to announce to but they brought him out to us In Uncle Same dole out support T
-l l shop. the 10000.000 anglers of the a motor boat and the fish knockedoff Wonder if the government couldn'get

) t 0---. United States right now that she bltlnr as soon as he arrived. some of the hardy residents of
We condemn imitation but think what would happen if la through selling black bass. Some of the gang-got to Cedar St. Cara and Helvetia to go on Ii
Then more thousands ot Keys the night before and' John tour of the country showing: the
; had his idea automobile in
everyone ;wn driving an
rest of America just how they do
them would come to Florida to Locbner told me that about nine
a heavy traffic. fish; they would furnish employ- that evening the Mayor bald he the trick? It might help to bring

0 ment to more of Florida's citizens, guessed he'd have, to go out and back the sturdy self-reliance 80 K mil'L
;!Pj One exchange says that when a fellow starts telling how 0 and all the people of the state get some fiddlers. Well Charlie I much needed In our country at this n
I would their share of this golden Helfensteln didn't wait to hear anymore time.; ''We recommend that this
.,",' \ good he is, it shows that he doesn't believe it himself, and is harvest Instead of a small -he rushed' over to :Mrs. be done and that both communities

t", ; \\t'1't afraid you won't. trickle of cash going into the pockets Codrlngton and,wanted to know if be given a gold medal for their ex- /
,: ) of a few commercial fishermenwho she'd save 'a dance for him. But ample as exponents of true Americanism -
<' gut Florida's waters for their the fiddlers the; Mayor brougnt and democracy,-Winter
: I ;." The husband who wants his wife to wear last season's'shat own selfish gain." back, were la a bucket Haven Chief.

., !"if should quote her the old saying about "Be not the first The Game Association endorsesthe r- ._-
I ,1'' bill sponsored by the Florida GENEROUS TO AGED
: l to cast the old aside- f
Junior Chamber of Commerce to ; candidates-and therein Is an op- No state in the entire South Is
: 0 stop the sale of black bass In portunity for endless conjecture. as generous to Confederate vet
sl; The girl who stabbed her escort in a night club and said Florida, no matter where taken. Backers of the President pooh. erans and their widows safe Flor-

: ,' that it was a "personal matter" will find that murder cannot Such a bill would undoubtedlyprove pooh the thlrd (J)arty. say he Is ida; recent, survey discloses that OFFER
a boon to this state. certain to win a.sweeping victoryIn of the'thirteen confederate, state.
rtl'i t i. be as private as she-thinks. '30 whether the movement materializes Florida today Is paying more pensions .

j jtJ 4;l l .. 0 THE 1036 CAMPAIGN or nof' ;;Opponents of the to Confederate veterans and
: According to all signs the Presidential President hold that the third party their widows than all
";+ It's funny that those best friends who are so reluctant twelve of the
: to! campaign of 1936 la likelyto would draw millions of votes that other states combined. 1000 BERRY TICKETS
iy mention bad breath don't seem to mind at all bringing up make that of 1932-which was would otherwise go to Mr. Roo.e.velt The thirteen southern

>tJ: 1 au the. subject.of increasing weight. considered exceptionally bitter- would thusi Indirectly cause for a total of 1,574 atat.sprovide -
o pensions
; ,) 0 look like a tea party. ,,Issues are the election\ of 'conservative: Republican '
1 while Florida provide for
a 4' ,
'''' Ya;\' C Most counties have their court houses_ on the square. It forming, forces are appearing !o who would, have support more than half of these with not >,
that are entirely unprecedented in of most bualD.88i; men, togetherwith $1.150
t",,;I, :" 11' would be fine if all governmental ofices.from the highest to American politics. the party's.established following one of the thirteenth southern of states.the population Florida's

Ji' the lowest were run "on the square." It seems Inevitable that there ., total pension lists show 770 each
will be a third party In the field- It was that aspect of the question of
0 wham receives more than 940 .
"i I .
'J. and it seems equally Inevitable which General Johnson spokeon -
T' ; The Times-Union paragrapher says that the modern that that party will be of the extreme In his amazing speech of a fort- Alabama per month.191,Georgia Arkansas pays 5, Ken 266, EACH. CHANGE 25c .EXTRA

** ,house cat,no longer washes her' face-she, simply,, strolls left. It may be led by Huey night ago. Whatever you think of tucky 11. Louisiana 12 Mississippi

1. around in front. of, the vacuum cleaner. Long backed by Father Coughlin. the General' views you have to 25, Missouri 9. North Carolina 43.
and use a. Us appeal the "Every I admit he baa courage he isn't South
Carolina .
8?. Tennessee 21.
0 man a King" thesis. It may be afraid to speak his mind. In his Texas. 5, and Virginia 35.
State officials have removed, the snow from the mount led by a Townsend Plan advocate, I speech he made a bitter attack on e

i tain shown on the state seal. Now if they would just send promising prosperity for all Long and Coughlln and all they An Inhabitant of Mars, or any '
through governmental largesse to stood Then turned :. GOOD.ONLY
for he and lash-
would be all other of the planets In our solar .
little rain along everything right.
?f us a the aged. It may be led by some- ed ,the conservative who might I system would see the constellationof
', o.- one who stands for something we encourage them'ta order to draw 0 stars exactly as we see them -- .
I wl Sally Rand says! she'll marry if she can find the right I haven't yet heard of. support away'from Roosevelt and from the earth.Highland "
I Few think that the third party the liberal-radical
split General
: ,,man. There's a golden opportunity for a young man who I candidate would win-the Electro camp. .
Johnson sah that
such politi- "
;.:, doesn't want his wife to complain about having nothing to i College system of counting votes cal opportunism\ pushes the American Hammock Park County'Is recipient. beautiful of
S' I for the Presidency makes that WHEN CASH ACCOMPANIES ORDER;
{: wear. democracy steadily toward "a $25,000 donation from John A.
-0 o practically Impossible, as Roosevelt icklnff:or a dictator.""' It 'Is an Roebllng. for maintenance until
;t.r c ,Mahatma Gandhi, "the world's poorest leader," and Doris La Follette the first the discovered elder did after, and him.as peecb interesting the fact General'that following views were the area 'Is,.,conveyed.to State.-,. BRADFORD COUNTY

t t'' Duke Cromwell, "the richest girl in the world,". met for a talk The third party's importance lies heartily endorsed la many substantial .,The Hudson river bridge has 200
> w recently. Wonder if Doris offered to buy Gandhi a new suit In what effect It would have on quarters-Including newspapers 'feet clearance above the water.
:'.' the vote obtained by the regular public men and industrlal- The TELEGRAPH
;, of clothes? height of the towers Is 625
I d t. Republican and"Democratic party 'lets' feet above the water. ,,

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