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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 5, 1935
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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JACK LAMB ON THE JOB mm LABOR I I ,( f'H Kii;');i' lit

UNTY :QUEEN Berries Begin ? :

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PLATFORM *9 BERRY JOBS FOR FESTIVAL *' !', '

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SJOO AppropriatedFor Farmers Report Will Be Crowned -__ :' ,

Building Trouble Hiring At Ceremony DAILY PAPERTO Price Hold Up At I a
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materials -. \ ,. ,! ._ PickersWORKERS Last Day Ten Cent Pint
BE ISSUED DURING f ;

pE TO HAVE IT COM- TO BE TAKEN PLANS. OF CELEBRATIONARE FOUR-DAY BERRY AverageRAINsTlELP

TED FOR THIS SEASON ., a FROM ROLLS FOR SEASON NEAR COMPLETIONSpeculation FESTIVALThe
i to announce
---- --- Telegraph is glad
nth the Board of County Com- ts R. E. Macdonald, M>Utrict Administrator -' over who would be that Starke will have Its -

loners{ donating $200 monday 2L M FERA,''' announced chosen queen of the Second Annual first dally newspaper during the Farmers SurprisedAt
the City Council matching- X2 0. yo '\ 3 e Wednesday that be.Kid Instructedthe Strawberry Festival added Interest Strawberry Festival here April 17,

L another $200 Tuesday,,night, local F1CRA!: office to contact to plans this week as it was 18, 19 and 20. heavyShipments

UlnR platform for strawberry strawberry growers who are In anounced that some organization The paper will be eight or more ; i

Us seemed assured this weekplans need of workers; and to remove In each county community wouldbe pages of tabloid slse and will car- '- 41
for the project were be- ,R rw y sS n 2w from relief payrolls In this countyall asked to sponsor. a candidate In ry up-to-the-minute news of BO

drawn up at the local ERA ofLunlttees workers who are offered the op- ,the\ contest Ings on at the Festival groundsand Taking, everyone by surprise,

portunity to secure.work In straw R. F. Demorest general man other Important news throughout Bradford County's strawberry crop'came
from the Business berry fields. ger of the festival Mid that ballot the county. It will have a free In all of a sudden last week

p-Tciub met with each of the The first survey ,was made In boxes would be Bet up on the : distribution of 600 copies a day and a- total of twenty-six express.
I
Laijatlons and explained thdof Lawtey, and effective immediatelyin Festival grounds, as last year, and I during the four-day period and cars and more than ten refrigerator of
out
had been loaded
such a platform to correct that section all able-bodied that each penny dropped Into a each issue will be printed on a different trucks
.'crowded conditions on the ber clients who can secure this tem- box would count as a vote for the colored paper so that It may Starke and Lawtey during the

yard here during the height ol porary work have been; stricken i girl whose, name appears on the I be easily distinguished. five-day period from Saturday ,

shipping season from relief payrolls. outside. "The Strawberry Festival News," through Wednesday. t'
lie City recently accepted from Mr.'Macdonald stated that this The lucky girl who is chosen will as the paper will be named, Is Occasional showers this week

tees of the Presbyterian Church action, is only ot a, temporary nature bit crowned queen at a ceremony to made possible only through the patronage and continued good' prices have

Reed to a lot thirty-eight feet Iw Y te a l ,-and a*. soon as workers are bo held Saturday night. of local advertisers, ant brought a spirit of optimism to ,
175 feet near the railroad sta- 1 released by strawberry growers The Festival this. year will be even at this early date a large the Industry here after getting off >x xto

on which the platform will be Florida Fishing Over-rated" they may reinstated on the relief held on the expansive grounds directly amount of apace has already been a slow start because of late

It t, it was agreed that all de- rolls. '-. opposite the high school contracted for, freezes :
,uent taxes and paving liens on It is requested by the adminis- building on Temple Avenue Everything .-- Up until Wednesday noon Lav/ l?

property would be cancelled. trator that all growrs who are will be on a much larger tey had reported loading sixteen 1

flans for the building will beso FAMOUS FISHERMAN SHOWS having difficulty ta (ibtaln workers scale than last year. It Is said, with LEGISLATURECompletes express cars which, with the estimated '

| and submitted to the Bus- notify the local v'KRA office several novelty rides furnished by truck movement, broughtthe t"

,Men's Club here for approval. and everything will bed done to supply the Bar-Brown Amusement Com- total from there to 280.080 ,

er being passed here the projectbe TRICKS OF TRADE HEREWorld' the necessary labor pany, and many exhibits to entertain pints During the same period Un
hurried to district ERA of- visitors. express cars and approximatelyten

.1 at Ocala where consent will' Wednesday, April 17, first day ORGANIZATIONROGERS refrigerator trucks were loaded f
ibtleas be given for the use off "KJLLEFIn of the celebration, will be School from Starke, totaling 197,20/ 7

the building. Day and concessions In the way of pints.
i>f labor on Bass Angler Demonstrates
which might be Champion reduced prices will be made for 4 x
SPEAKER steadily
.resent plans, ELECTED: Prices continued to rise
aged later, call for a building What Can be Done With Fly Rod Argument school children. Interesting exhibits OF 1I0USE-SES- during the first three day of 41I : ',
wide and 100 feet of woodcraft and art will be crate
tyeightfeet the week with $3.23 per pint
%, facing north and south. The on display from county schools SIONS BEGIN said to be the average on Monday.
form through the center of the Jack Lamb, acclaimed as the that Is aroused when the black" I OVERDOG One Interesting feature of the $3,98 for Tuesday and J3.50 Wed. (

ding will be twenty feet wide greatest bass fisherman in the ; warrior of the deep hits your fly, show here will be a growing display By Howard W, Ilnrtk- nesday. Last Saturday found some
feet demonstration of 'he explains. of strawberries. showing just stan CorreepondiMit F, N, S. t
the roof extending nine world, gave a t NEGRO STABBED TO few berries selling as high ...
[each side so that trucks might plain andfancyJu[ : and fly castIng To" the beginning angler, and to DEATH SUNDAY how the bearing plants look In the TALLAHASSEE, Aprrn (FNB $4.00 a crate The average price i1
i II shelter for unloading."" to a small crowd of'fishing enthusiasts some more tried, a bass Is food field. Prizes will be awarded In i With the Installation of William C. throughout the week Is believed to
AFTERNOON
t In hoped to have the building here late Tuesday after- for the stomach. It Is food for various contests for the best pint i iI Hodge. senator from Leon Countyas have been! about ten cents a pint ;

pleted for use during the lat- noon. Earlier In the afternoon he Lamb as well-but to him It's food Julia Cunningham negro wom- I box of berries, the best crate, and President of the Senate and the with an estimated total return o

part of the strawberry season "worked out" for the benefit of for the soul. await- others. election of WV B. Bishop of Jefferson county of $47,736,00. j
here growers
"I never eat a fish," he. said. "I ,an Is being: held liujgl: fiddlers''contest which was House
school children who were given an action 1 onowlng bee The County, Speaker of the Quality of fruit will be Improved
education course In' fresh water can't kill"a"base"Lamb ing grand jury of stabbing Lee a popular feature of last year'* the 1935 Florida legislature settled and the shipping season will 'be'* il,
Palatka arrest on a charge
came'here'from Festival, will probably be held Friday down to the task of attempting to ..howera
angling lengthened l by -
considerably
to death In an argument J
OARD NAMES, Moat entertaining i 1 to his audi- and It took him all morning to Hurd, negro Sunday afternoon.The night, April 19, and Is expect solve the greatest array of trying which began Tuesday night and is
here
ence was Lamb's demonstration of make the trip he said because he ed to draw large crowds of contestants -" and difficult problem to ever confront have continued at Intervals since

fly casting, for it Is this type of i stopped to fish around several lit- Cunningham woman and and spectators to the such a bodY It Is now believed that shipments
More CountyTEACHERS fishing that is least familiar here. tle lakes he passed on the way. Hurd rented rooms In the same grounds The race for speakershlp In the will continue here at least through a,'

Wielding the long fly rod with the He didn't have any luck, however, house In Reno, negro settlement I House wan generally conceded to the remainder of this month. h+

greatest of ease and bitting a target and he Insists that Florida fishingIs here, and, according to another : AVERY POWELL'SAUTOBIOGRAPHY be a test of administrative strength Growers are also benefiting from g''

with the light fly at a distance/ over-rated. Sportsmen here ; roomer In the house, the argu- and the election of Bishop was a lower prices on crates and

of 100 feet Lamb insisted that It think only about catching the fish: :ment started when the man Insist. victory for the Governor. Bishop cups. Crate prices are said to be <

was the highest type of fishing and out of the lakes and never about ed on turning a dog loose that the polled fifty-one votes, winning on about ten cents a piece lower than liii f
D HOLD WOODLAWN-. said that he could not understandwhy putting any back In, he says, negro woman was trying to keep APPEARS IN LASTWEEK'S the first ballot over Representative they were last season.

LAWTEY CONSOLIDATION It was not more popular In This expert fisherman is about locked up. LITERARY MacL. Christie of Duval who polled Plant have fallen .
Prices In City
ELECTION this section of the country. forty years old. There Is a bald A coroner's Inquest" was held DIGEST thirty-one and RepresentativeRogers : low six cent a pint because p,)
i Learning to flY-fish Lamb says, streak down the middle of his head here Monday morning before In for some of Broward who receivedan as a* 3:1
I The Telegraph came of the quality of fruit being'
which divides two sections of close- E. K. Perryman and with one ballot out poor
M Its meeting here Monday the I Is like learning to ride a bicycle and County Judge reflected glory last week when even dozen, offered there, and It Is said that t;
fall off and nearly ly cropped hair. His height It was decided to hold the womanon of the ninety-five discarded a* improperly it
pool Board appointed teacher "At first you and his facebespeaks Avery Powell, well-known TimesUnion the season I ia about over In that
[four county schools as follows: break your neck, and the bike. You weight are medium a charge of murder for grand paragrapher and columnist, marked. With Bishop In section It Is reported that small i
Using: Arthur McRae and Alt begin to think you will never learn. his life In the open. Jury action at the spring term of declared In a current Literary Digest the Speaker's chair and a three shipments will continue lobe made i)
Starke was his next to last stopIn here next month.A In the Senate the Governor
the bike circuit court vote margin
get on another
hme. Then one day you article that his first newspaper from there for about week
Florida and be made an appearance in the bourn hand,
You woman roomer holds the whip
ellbronn: Mrs. E. B. Hart, Mrs and ride off like a champion. fact that job wa sorting a dishpan full Shipments have begun from
here In spite of the two were tax Issue, gaining momentum
didn't do It be- said that the negroes The sales
Bradford
for the
wonder why you of
ell Norman Miss Corlle Faulk had asked him not to and that pled type Louisiana. and other competing"states
his company about the .dog through four preceding
r and Mrs. E. B. Wells. tore" arguing County Telegraph.The but It Is I not believed that '
Lamb has top in any town without a daily while she ran for help to Dean legislatures reaches the apex of Its '*..{
Vanderbllt: Harry' Sapp and In twenty-four years biographical sketch appeared they will seriously Interfere with
demonstration -
33.000 of the newspaper. He gave a Pullum, owner ,of the house, the strength when the governor In bin
try Faulkner. landed approximately and In last week' Digest under the :the market here for several week 1;
In Lake City yesterday committed. assembly recommended -
but It Isn't the fish murder was message to the joint I
tribe
,
raham: Mrs.' Agnes Knowles.n finny it's the strike."There's then headed for his home In Tex- Hurd was stabbed deeply in the caption "Columnists a* They See the reallocation of the yet. 't
him-
that lure "
Is the
election was ordered to bed something inside of you heart several times and In the Themselves. The following three cent gas tax now going tithe .

| Tuesday, May 7, for a vot pit of the itomach and died almost way Mr..Powell sees himself: counties for bond debt retirement ADKINS

i the proposed consolidation of as.HOMESTEADERS Instantly. The body was carriedto "I first opened my eyes to this to the public school fund oral

!Woodlawn and Lawtey schools NEGRO WRECKSMOTORCYCLE Gainesville Sunday afternoon troublesome mundane sphere on an alternative a three percent WANTS CHANGEIS

rhe Board decided to transporl GET MORE TIMEMAY for embalming, and was later returned the banks of the Catawba River In sales tax "It IK up to the legisla
crease pupils to Hampton upon here for burial. North Carolina In 1875, coming ture. In Its wisdom" h* said "to READY FOR RE-DISTRICT-

lelpt of a petition from patronsthe INTO TRUCKON APPLY FOR EXEMPTIONFOR Hurd had operated a small to Florida-,with my parents nine choose between these two options luG OF,CIRCUITS "

I Theressa school.t BY BUMPING TWENTY- SEVERAL 'blacksmith' shop In Reno for_the yea later. At the ag* of 16 I received or suggest a better way to provide AT ONCE
ROAD
wag agreed to pay county; EIGHT WEEKS past several years. my tint Introduction of the funds required." Judge A. Z. Adkin, of the s
pea n for specimen container: mysterle of the Fourth Estate With the governor thu advising Judicial Circuit In
I be used In hookworm treat Blanchard St. Augustine\ : The time for filing application I when I was hired to sort and seta the legislature that a general sales Twenty-sixth i
Charlie the State '
to c'J
|nt homestead tax exemption has FINAL CORN-HOG, on the an Interview given
badly Injured Sundaynight for dlshpanful of pled type tax offers one of two method to
;
negro, was of a News at Tallahassee last week, declared i
First aid classes been extended for the period Starke Fla., Telegraph. educational -
were grantee when he ran a motorcyclehe D. PAYMENTRECEIVED maintain Florida's system In favor of Immediate redistricting ''
tortnn to meet In the school was driving into a truck park month or two Tax Assessor N. "After graduating at the leverof there was a decided swing to circuits in

dlng so long as the building Uf i ed partially on the highway about Wainwright said this week. Comptroller BY BRADFORD a George Washington hand the sales tax banner, notably from Florida. of judicial '+

perly cared for.'OPULAR, I two miles south of town on Road J. M. Lee notified assessors FARMERS THIS 1 press a few years later, I branched the small county contingent, givena
that they could continue to accept WEEK: out on my own and bought choice between losing their cut The newspaper article follow: w
28. a* the work The I Judge A. Z, Adklns. of Starke,
long
applications, a* country weekly. I came on of the gasoline tax revenue and the
TEAM'AT Sheriff W. J, Epperson, who Investigated did not Interfere with making up Bradford County corn-hog and Florida Times-Union, Jacksonville, sales tax these legislators have one of the oldest circuit: judge of
that
RITZ the accident, said their assessment rolls. tobacco contractor received.their In 1923 as a paragrapher and columnist been quick to take the Governor's the state In point of service, but
the driver of the truck had pulled Mr. Wainwright said that 642 final payments on'1934 contract! thinly veiled hint which If followedto till one of the youngest and most '

JANET OAYNOR AND his machine off the road except application for exemption had this week, L, T. Dyer, Union County "In 1002 I married the best cookIn final conclusion would avoid a alert In years, Ia I In favor of the

WARNER BAXTER for about a foot of the body truck and been filed in his office through farm agent, said yesterday.The Bradford County, Florida, the repetition of the little county versus legislature's re-districting the circuit ',

HERE SOON was changing a tire. The Monday of this week. three payment In this union being blessed by a girl and big county conflict. of the state "to get It over pwith"
[ had two tall lights burning, however .... county for the past i year have totaled i three boys, all married and away and once and for all put an ?'
ovle fans who remember Janet should have been clearly contractors Another important pronounce- to makeupof
and corn-hog
6333.13 for from the old home nest. My end to uncertainty all
ynor and Warner Baxter inKVfc Stone Steps Go tobacco ment In the Governor's message
visible. and $2,788.81 for is following a circuits .. 4
greatest,, pleasure for state
that Long-'lege" win be glad te Another negro on the motorcycle An old pair of stone steps, only contractors, Mr. Dyer. said. winding creek-bank looking for the deals with of his VERA plans funds.. He recommends'a "The people ratified the const- vJ

In these two stan are agatetM with Blanchard was not seriously remnant of a hotel that once stood best places to fish. I grow a back- matching'' million dollar appropriation tutlonal,amendment calling for a r lfl

to the"One More Spring" com- hurt and was able to tell between the court house and the HOWARD THOMAS DIES yard garden and buy my,vegeta- for extensions to state In- reduction In the number of circuit .
[ Rita Sunday and'MonAlso that they had were removedthis Pet from 28 to 13 by an over-
office, *
Sheriff Epperson Telegraph Howard Thomas, of the New ble* at the corner grocery. itltutlons, assuring the legislaturethat "
featured In the film lain 'bout a half a pint"before to make way for foundations pet whelming vote" ,aid Judge Ad-
banjo
week ;
drunk "only died early Wednesday diversion, picking a would be furnished from
labor
Fetchlt, popular ac- laid for anew River section, I the logical :. '4y
negro
accident happened. being kin, "and the present *
the which are after radio crooners be-
whose night at the Gill hospital peeve, relief rolls and expressing the "'
drolleries have made for mandate
being constructed I of the most time to carry out the
11 II hit building week's Illness. The body was Mr Powell I* one lief that "Our appropriation will
with audlenc.. DIES hotel a two "
The I
hn LACY EDWARDS R. A.Green. writersIn of the people.
Congressman of the DeWitt C. widely quoted paragraph be considered by the federal government
Tuesday In charge
rn
and the placed
Wednesday Mrs. Maggie Adkins bas been among; ,
received here early which was run by and Judge
Word was mortician, the.country. matching of funds.
Will show "One Night at The announcing the burned about twenty- Jones Company ........ -- as a the must active of judge In seeking f.
morning Edwards, funeral -- --
3, the wonderinghow '
Thursday time are
which Is said to be filled residentof the stone steps up until press Many legislators evolve of r -clrcultIng .
but to a plan
Edwards, ,
II riotous tau h., fast action death of Lacy died In a Jack.ooVm& rive years ago been removed. arrangements bad .not been,completed Roof BlazeA I they can reconcilethe Governor's that would be moat acceptable t
Starke, who bad never statement with the recent
delightful romance. In It will Wednesday night roof blue on a small unoccupied :- The plan which has hilt approval ti'y
hospital late ._ federal relief administrator -
urn Patricia: Ellis wuilam several month store building on Tenth warning from would enlarge his. circuit: to
ran after an Illness of New Director'Mrs. I Hopkins, that Florida
and FraternityFielding railroad station
Allen Jenkins bad not Heads Street near the double its present .Ize t .
Cab Night Funeral arrangement will arrive fire truck shortly must contribute $290,000.00 monthly -
Saunders out the
.
originally wnounc- brought
for goingto Mona son of 1.. F.
time
for announced at Chapman for Its needy withthe
Friday, baa been postponed been her today from Orlando to of the after noon .Tuesday. A flying toward caring : Ever-Dry Pro- Fl'
superintendent All new industry
of the federal -
the alternative government
theatre press. director of Chapman fire ac- -
service from nearby grass
until
next a
Tuesday become social state Prison and Mrs. spark further duct Company at Clennont manufacturers -
1. When It wiD be succeeding Mrs. Anne Florida counted for the blaze which wa stopping appro- h
regularly FERA,
free
running
Births the Installed TuesdaY of (dry and
wa as
there just
But are
each Tome)3F Chapman The building priations. ,
week Diamond Luke M. Dltteau. Ml* Marjorie president of the Phi Kappa quickly extinguished. ) salt shakers, W F, Nagleand

orlda Mr. and Mrs March 31. of Ocala la also a.new to. employee thisiepartment. night Tau as fraternity at thai'University belonged to Mrs.. Marla. Thorn-- (Continued--on' Page Eight: () P. 5. Bllvln proprietor; 1,
Audubon Society has re- Stark, boY who has been added Gatnerrtrtt.; ton. 1
Sweat, In
t8<1 Levy of norhta
R. .,Daytonny Mr. and .Mrs. .
ell, Pr IdeatptDtreet ttsrkrrbor-April S.- .


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RISING GVr111JRANCII joyed after wHich delicious refreshments llelibronitSprillUs era of ten cents per pint making a What Sholtz WantsLegislature 1033 session to:

Cor. of cake and grape Juice Miss Thc-liim Khodon, Cor. total of $28,008.00 which la con- Appropriate $10.500,000 for puP
Mr. II. AI. McUuc, Correspondent Miss Klliubeth: Harnago, To Do Ho schools by
were served the following guests: reallocating .
sidered extra good for this season gill(,
1 Tbe union meeting at Corinth Mr. and Mrs Felix Sapp were Myrtlco, Marice, and Madeline Miss Lula M.Strickland of line taxes now used to retie\
church last Saturday and Sundaywas visiting Mr, and Mrs. J. F. Shaw Crosby, Estelle Mott, Clarissa Wa Folkston, Ga., T. J. McIntyre of of the year. With showers which In his speech to the legislature county bonds, or enacting a thll
1 well attended. Tuesday night. ters, Ida Lee Cone; Jucnita. and Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and began here Tuesday night and Tuesday Governor Sholtz asked the per cent general Bales tax:

Mr. and Mrs Lewis Davis and Mrs. P. D. Reddish and children Jeanette McCauley, Lorena Polk Mrs D. L. Kite Sunday.M. continued during the day Wednes- License private business to him..

g son Thnd and J. D. Rushing, all\ were the guests of her parents, Vera Galney Doris Mann, and Rhoden and' D. L. Kite were day it began to look like the grower not filed their application to do so, die liquor instead of having ast*!!
of Penney Farms were dinner Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp Sunday. Junior Brown, Perry Galney, Al- business visitors to Olustee Sunday has a chance to look the worldin at once I dispensary system.
guests of Gua Fountain and famIly Mrs. J. F Shaw was the guestof bert Lee Crosby Arch Mann, Harry the face again. 1'ersonal Provide free textbook'for' ai
t, Sunday. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. WilHon, J. W and Talmadge Miss Clarabell Aldredge spent The showers here have also Mr. James T. Moore, a former I school children.
tt Mrs. F. M. White and Miss In"7. Conner Monday. Kelley: Eury Stokes. Saturday night with Misses Thel greatly benefited the other field resident' of this city but now of I Reduce automobile I 11 teenlr
w Wine of Jacksonville visited friends Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Browning ma and Mae Rhoden. crops such as corn beans and oth- Plant City Is here representing charges to a flat $5 and $l0.
and relatives here Monday. and children of Raiford, were visiting There will be a revival meetingat Quite a few attended the dance er crops which were suffering the firm of Jill Bros. in the berry Eliminate state-purpose au n,
Mills Vesta McRae spent Thursday their parents Mr. and Mrs. the Brooker Baptist Church led at Miss Beatrice Underhill's home from want of moisture. lorem taxes on real estate excen
night with Miss Ella Mae H. L. Edwards Sunday. by the pastor, Rev. G. E. McCauley Thursday night. I deal.Mra.. G.W. Roberts was shoppingIn the one mill for school required H.'
sy Manning at State Farm.A Mrs Jim Hersey was the guestof with the assistance of oth Mrs. Bell Parmenter returned Mrs. Bosale WllkerdonTho Starke Tuesday < the; constitution.
large crowd enjoyed the her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. ers. Sunday morning and evening home last week from Jacksonville business Re-enact the gasoline tax of
$ birthday party Tuesday night at Norman Saturday. services will be conducted by Rev. where she had ben spending a Florida Timea Union Tues F... R.to Carradlne Jacksonville was Tuesday.a en cents a gallon, with three c nii
visitor
Y 4 the home of Mr and Mrs. J. S.' Mr. and Mrs. A. J, through:; .. Lyle of the Lawtey Baptist few days with relatives day carried the notice of Mrs. Bessie L. H. Hill representing the Federal to schools three cents to the 81.\tt
Starling In honor of their son, Joseph were visiting H. II. Keene and Church. Crews' death in a Jacksonville Land Bank Is spending this road department, and one cent U

Starling. family Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hazen are LAWTEYO. hospital Monday from injuries received week In Lawtey In the Interest of general state expenses.
'M Prescott of Starke, Van Ice Keene the weekend 'Appropriate $8,698,03728
Miss Irene spent the proud parents of a girl, born in an automobile accident anally *
Sunday with Misses Euliv In Woodlawn section with rely J. Phillip CorrcBpondentStrawberry Baldwin. M"rs. Wilkersou his firm. for operating the state
pent Sunday, March 31. recently near Mr. and Mrs A. J. 'GriffIs of govern
; Mae and Etta Fay Dyal. atlven. The farmers around here are 'SM'wn Bvginr ', will be remembered here as here with ment.
Starke were visiting
Mr. and Mra. C. C. Crosby unj Mrs. Ellen Johnson ia vlaltlng Crews. Appropriate $1,000,000 for
very busy gathering strawberries, The long looked for 1935 Straw- Miss Bessie friends Sunday afternoon. asp*
uchildren, visited relatives at Lake relatives and friends in Woodlawn setting out tobacco plants and doing berry season began in earnest here clal building program at state kstltutlons
jr Butler Sunday. section other farm work. last Thursday when the first express City Tux Collections Gain Richard Thede who Is attendingthe as Florida contribute
'Alvarez and Leslie University of Florida at toward unemployment
yo Britton H. R. Brown T B. Plnholster, car of the season wall loaded : relief.
({; Fountain motored to Providence RROOKERMiss Mrs. G. B. Colsen, Mr. and Mrs. for the Eastern markets and I O. J. Phillips, City Clerk reported Gainesville spent the weekendat Clarify the homestead tax n.
'j Sunday. T. C. Flaxen were among the ones. shipments to date have been sixteen this week that City Tax payments his,home. emption amendment.
J. L. Robertsan of Jacksonville Vera Qulney, Correspondent from around here who attended the express cars containing 278- were continuing a great Friends here of Mra. H. B. Ar- Guard "against any Increase It
wa a business visitor In this sec- Young Folk's: Party I union meeting at Corinth Sunday. 480 pints and an estimated movement deal above normal in the 1934 tax wood who Is a patient in a hospital the burdens of taxation.:
tion Monday. Mr. and Mrs L. B. Crosby enter- I Mr. and Mrs. Warner Mott of of 3600 pints by refrigeratedtrucks roll, he also announced that the at Excelsior Springs, Mo., will Finish its work In the regulu
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Fayard and tained Saturday night with a par- 'Alachua spent Sunday here aa bringing the total shipmentto time of filing applications for be glad to learn that she is reported session of sixty days so that t
'little' son Earl of Biloxi Mlaa.; arrived ty for the young folks. Many va- guests of his mother, Mrs Sally this date of 280,080 pints at an homestead exemption had been extended -I improving and will shortly ,special session will not be nCCII-
Friday morning for a aborty,1tk rious games and contests were en- Mott. estimated net return to the grow- and requested all who had return to her home here ,sary.'

visit with Gus Fountain. Theluwere i. '

Farm.on their way to Penney I "KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES"What's Wrong With This Picture? ---By POP MOMANLTwf

J. It. Rushing of Gainesville was i
'
d a visitor to this section Friday 0": 4A1. "E.T& HOW COULD x STEP WELL, r WO..Tro
Mona ONIREASOMABLS EVERY IN BSTWEEM SARde AND < HOMa TILL SHe ii WHAT flS'AM !!;
d .
night.H. DAY. aHa TMIKJKS t; ; SHOULD ei-NIEFt I WITHOUT < M. :McRae attended the union HAve SlOPpeD THose. TWO MY BLOCK: KNOCKED. Off. ? WON'T PAY TOWITH tS ??
meeting at Lovewell Church al I aozos FROM BReAKING TMoSft CaUYS; MA-FS. BACH AR W Jacksonville Saturday. uP OUR. PuRNITuRa : ARS OTHH.R UIKB. l I ONTHE .'.<.

F.T. Wall of Green Cove Spring I
spending this week with Leslie ,
'
Jessie Fountain. +: '
+ and 1 -- ? oIn'
We are glad to report that J. W, vrR -. C Leta er n
4' li
J
Drlggers Is improving after a several ,I-
1 .
.Ip.
c, days Illness. < ) II '
; I
{ L. A. Crosby of Jacksonville i Jii ,
spent Sunday with his family
Remember services at Pine Lev- "
el Church next Saturday Saturday I 5V

night and Sunday. '
\i
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f (",;t' J.tlyt'}\ : ':i"(;!.1i ur ) .\t\;,) (,\"' ""
it. NEW RIVER !f\\\'M\\(;: \i 1!.','\i,i.iX,; ,'i.wi.. '"''''':\' __
:Mm. O. E. Crosby, Correspondent u.


of __ ._ __
,Ga., Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Barry -
:Macclenny Mr. and Mrs Jess r -rte .... -
'u' Thomas of Carraway were called &UO''S' N'S IMWiccueux. = .

): to the bedside of their brother-in- WONT sleet aisle THAT SNE REFUSED
Howard Thomas, NO SIR, A11N11L IMO Wt ,
inlaw and brother,
"
'last week in who' Starke.l1 .la .ill- 'at. the,Gill 1N! NEVER YILLJ' !, EvER wWIT? tfttutotrAtRE"s DN.% 'tE" wu.. j NRRYTHI ST fb11KNOr/ IIIC, 6NE Z
Hospital
g .Mr. and Mrs.; B. F.,, Renfroe of "KEVtRGET MAN uvlN' ,
Ft. Myers are visiting relatives MARRIED1 lEWOULDN'T
7
.
- and friends here .
; M. L.. Johns was a business visitor -
in Palatka. Tuesday.
fu '
,Dolph ,Richard of Alachua was ) I f

visiting Mr. and Mrs M. J. Sapp 1'i ri
and family last week. /
4 Mr. and Mra. M. L. Johns and S11i

jk children and Misses Thelma and
''S Ethel Gatlin attended the Union
meeting at Corinth Sunday. i
ea
Little Antlonette Sapp returned l

d to her .home here Sunday after a I
week's visit with her grandmother. -

Mrs., LIUIe Richard of Lake 1-1.5- 1 d-"
Butler. She was accompanied
'
i home by her aunt, .Miss Mary i I I .

Richard,
t
SCAT-
h.i
": Mr, and Mrs, Denztl Thomas and s...
little daughter, Angeline, of Starke ; :

.were Belle Johns visiting Sunday her mother afternoon., Mrs. "THE' MAIN' THING ON MAIN STREET"; By L. F. Van Zelm -I|I'ulty

,.Mra. V, E. Sapp is on the sick
list; this week. We all wlnh herA HEX FBILA5, ,
a speedy recovery. JaUl1 CHICKS -'
*. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Crews and HERE COMES ,. '-
\; 'baby and Mrs. P. S. Williams were MAin STREET'SLEADING -- ""I- ...AQ AOn ? LOO' kQuT&ELO1U OLD MANGOES
J 'vlaltlng in Jacksonville last Wed NEW6PAPEQ. WHAT E VHfl SNOOP ? ''

t nesday.. LIP MUST 4Q.$ ,.. \ df ,
, ,; i .... KIDS GOCHESTNUTTING COMG OttJN ,,

:' ZIFF -. lOOKEITo

ry' .|.. lisle Mil I.....'*. Crre,...ondnt Ali .. ) .. a AIN't SHAT
it. -
A large crowd enjoyed a peanut A SWELL s .,
hulling and dance given at theY f n1 :,Ai : i d NV pUNIrH r al 1t vMr.arw1 t e '
; borne of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle\ Mann T.4t kIDS FROM
last Wednesday night. MAIM STRUT WENT
EI1k'AIr'S
Mrs. E. Howard of Fairbanks OH THSIR FIRST, 014nlr $ GLi

} spent last Saturday and Sunday HUTTINQ, EXPEDITIONIEtTERDAY /

et bare with her daughter, Mrs. R. .
a B. Thomas. :
.c
"
r, Lonnle Reynolds of Graham MANY A MOTHER
1 pent last Sunday here with his PILLOW OWE
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. B. COMMANDEERib.DOROTHY i An..
r, 'Thomas.
a Mrs. I. W. Dyal of Graham spent alLL r r "s rl r s rill L .
OM last of last week here with her .. i "" i-r*> -- ? -f wn> +I SB|

IJfi '.-nnta, Mr and Mrs. J. W. Lewis.
*!' A large crowd attended the DARN 'F By Charles McMamt5 |

dance given at the home of Mr __ __>
and Mrs. Zenious Williams Friday
NoCA'TRICI DANCED WITH RSISTER.DID SHE SAID WHAT\ DID SHE
algbt.. You WAS AT. YE M SISTER J ll
Mr,. Wesley Dyal and two sons A TOLD YOU 5'iE SAY | fOO'D BE A SAY THE YOUR FEET ;
of Graham were visiting In our RI OROA'S ANYTNINCABOUTIT GOOD DANCER REASeNgONLY "
section last Sunday. PARTY" ? FOR wERE'TWoREASor49

R. B. Thomas wise attending to WASN'T 'You" et .o ; SC
i business In Starke Saturday
Mr. and Mra. Elmer Stokes and
y4 I
little daughter of the tung oil farm
were visiting here Sunday.. :
Mr. Lloyd Padgett. Mlsa Mildred
Stokes. Mr.. Colmon Padgett Miss
;a ElVa Mann and Miss Orion Pad
r7 gett were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
l lmr Stokes Sunday afternoon.

f 1. O. Lewis, Miss Dorothy L -12o 7r ,1{
Strickland, Miss Dorothy Johnson, ,
,Johnnie Lewis, Miss Erma Stokes,
Miss Berth Johnson and Miss

N Meter Stoke. ,were visiting in r-
'
.Hampton Sunday afternoon. -
jfevMH VMH
,
r Negro hospital at Fort Lauder- c-

,S ,dale being refinanced, ,r- k-

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BRADFORD COUNTY: TCLECiRAPM. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE TIIUER

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NEWS SCARCE RED 'EM :ANDEEP I carry! on this hobby Is er'>V '''''l
STOP! LOOK! REAP
thread a needle, embroidery hoops, '
Due to scarcity of spot news at
THE SENIOR PLAY the present lull before the storm, TilE ('lttmrnUUIIPII.NT the article to be embroidered, sad .-'

High School 1 Journal( j IS TONIGHT we are calling upon one of our old Doctor's Son: "When my father some knowledge of embroidery.
Bradford writing prodigies of the B. H. S. performs a major operation he This hobby does not take any

Journal to give us a hand. It is one gets $100 for his skill." particular time of day or any great :'
"The Belle of Bmrrlonu" To B< concentration. You be aloneor
.. of last year's graduates but the Lawyer's Son: "That's nothing, may ..
--- -- "'--- -- --- Given At tho School HOIIH with a group of friends. It la
Is withheld re
name being
upon When my father tries a big case
STAFF Waldo Principal Is GRADUATIONBoth At 8 O'clock quest. The following is his re he gets a fee of 1000."" fascinating to see the figures of
-- flowers, birds, animals and
people,
sponse. Minister's Son "Huh, when I
: my
ditorlln-Cha--: : rot hrel. Sapp Speaker In Chapel the seniors and the nlnU Tonight and ;(DIY tonight will offering different objects develop as you .: ;
father preaches they take an
'j110':. L: -hg murrarY.11tt : grades are looking forward to gra the seniors present the outstanding A Floral Fable and it takes eight men to use the needle and thread. '

E.1l1or. ..1r AndStocky Returns Air.: Gray's Visit duatlon. One can hear speculation play of the year, the most colossal Embroidering ia not monotonous :
the to the altar.
the
There once a woman by carry money
1, .. ..A. W'Loulne 6nydaldn.y ..,: as to what the graduates are going musical comedy ever presented In was all there are so many different .
orle of Mrs. Rose She had a son
jdllnr,; "' Hernhlethe Lest Friday a very good chap to wear to the ceremony but or near Starke, the most marvelous name stitches to be used. I believe more !
.:. ,AnntertalllnWJI whose name was Jack. When Jack THE TRAP
toI'i:i "r dereon.Im.rY jHeport was presented along the speakln! it Is generally conceded that the stage presentation one will see, was a small boy she educated him Two rival play producers were people would enjoy this hobby It

and Elen"'F :n, e* Cad : line aa Mr. Gray Invited the Wal 3 ;> graduating senior boys will wear for a long time. It is "The Belle to become a minister, because she on the same committee for the they would only undertake it. ,\
white trousers and dark coats, and of Barcelona", a romantic story of :
school principal, Mr. Hodges I to had always wanted to see' Jack-' Improvement of drama. ,
speak to the B. H. 8. students the graduating senior girls will old Spain. of i
!
In-the-Pulptt some day. She was "There are a hundred ways BEE/LEBUM & TWEEDLEDUMProfewiom
OCR CONVERSATIONSIt Before the talk, however here wear long white dresses. The costumes will be beautiful. business \ ,
show
critics very strict and when he misbehaved making money In the ( Of KnowledgeDear ,
said by many Not to mention the beautiful setting -
bas been was a brief program. she punished him with a ," said one. Profs. .
at conversations In America are "Old Folks at Home," the Lore '. The Junior High graduating since we now have the new Lady's Slipper. That used to make "Yea' said the other, "but only What Is the surest sign of rain? 7 j
They say
lost art. class will not have regular stage You can't afford to .'
a any scenery. "
oming\ Prayer; and the Flag Salute were him Balsam. Jack called his father one honest way. Yours truly,
lens Inclined form of dress but the will miss It, especially at the speciallow '
boys
erlCRns are getsher first as a short devotional.A Poppy and his brother he "Indeed?" said the first In sure Herbert Packham. 1
to spend time probably wear their suits and the prices that are being charged "And what la that?" I
people nicknamed Sweet William His prise. I
abstract Ideas. It reading by Irma Stockwe girls their "Sunday best. this year. Only 30c for adults 20c
Kung "I wouldn't knowIt Dear Herbert I
des sister Sue he called Black-Eyed- thought you ::
the
that was next. "Kid Folks" was
school
They say for Junior and Senior high
problems. Though no one but themselves the vlclpus retortINiISPENSAitLE In letter received
or more name of it. Irma must have had Susan. Jack's mother told him was your just you
we are and lOc for children.
hen we get together notice it, a person graduating from students if he wanted his health to be Everlasting ask UK what the surest sign of rain :
Senior Kid mind when she
Day on
gossips, will held at the High 1
In petty The play be
Ikelv to engage the Junior High Is worthy of notice he must get up at Four- was: to such learned men as tho ,
discuss personalities, and to prepared this poem. ( It Is a sign that they have School auditorium tonight at eight O'clock In the morning. So when One business man called on another Profs, It Is simple matter to tell "

none abeetrue trivial thingi After announcements by Mr. completed nine years of hard work o'clock. If you'haven't bought I his father called Johnny-Jumping- and after a glance aroundthe you. If It is cloudy all around in ,;h

This may about,Amerl Gray, the announcement that Summer and are at last ready to take their your tickets yet, several school he always Rose at once. offlce.he asked; "How's your the sky and It la pouring down in \

ma or it may not be true. But ,School would open March 29, places with the other high school children are selling them or one up mother now office boy getting along?" the middle you can be sure It i It t ,'

hether or not conversation hereon among them, Mr. Hodges gave his people, to take a more serious may buy them 'at the entrance. As Jack grew up his "Fine," said the other. "Any- raining, but if you are In doubt ,

a lower plane than It. Is I In talk. It was mainly along the line view of life, to put away "childish You can't really appreciate this thought he should find himself will a how, he's got everything ao mixed step outside and If It ia Hindu wet ,t.I.
wife. She said, "I hope
ther countries It Is true that the of the importance of education. things,' to act more mature. play until you've seen, heard' and you up that I can't get along without out there it is undoubtedly rain- ;':
I would rather see
not
illy conversation of most of us After this talk. Mr Cray presented It Is really a turning point In enjoyed it.RememberCome. Marigold Llveforever; In Sweet Peas him.. )Ing. !

'eve much to be desired. .To the cup the quartet won In their lives and symbolic that they ONE Come you -- Yours Ulctlonarily, il\'j

ouch of the time Is given over i tHterlyHrlvlal the contest in Jacksonville la t have passed the second milestoneon ALL. with a poor girt"One ANGEL Fool The Profs.

things. Too much! month to the quartet. They In turn this road of life, the first milestone ., day Jack met a pretty girl "Mm, but that popcorn lion a I

f the time Is spent talking about presented It to Mrs. Wall, who presented being when they start to MY! HOltllY named Hose, whom he loved at heavenly smell." Virginia exclalm- Dear Profs. """

lends or neighbors. Most of the it to the school. school. They will be Just as prowl: By Inca Dempsey fist sight. So he Aster to marry c-J an they drove punt the stand."Hasn't Could you correct this sentence

,marks are unkind or unsympoictlc Warren made Important of their diplomas as will be the What is more pleasant on a cold him. He said, "Rosemary me. I It?" A. W agreed. "I'll for me T"Before
Mrs. P. an
Conversation i lijch J. day when the weather Is too bad lay by Bleeding Heart at your "" could be ;
In nature. announcement concerning seniors of theirs they will look drive a little closer any damage
canes Is not elevating. On forward, not without hopes and to get out than to sit before a feet." But she was a Primrose done the fire was put out by the
the May Day program. The Queen crimson fire and build and "Touch-me-not.. But "
beautiful replied
la degrading
other hand It fears, to the future, to senior high. N.'fUlUI.LVSumptt'n flre-departraont.
he said by
be elected she
of will ,
,'ow It Is Inevitable that most of vote May of all the school. But the May good fortune and our good air castles? This Is my hobby in after he had asked many a Tyme "A half pint of ice Yours truly,
should be concerned much of will be with those boys and girls the winter season. she finally consented be bin cream please" Katie Fugate.
s elected must be from the senIor -
girl hI'I'patlor
[he time with trivial things and class and must be one of the who will in 1938, be our graduating Come with me and picture yourself Heartease. That evening in Soda Jerk) "Want to eat it hereor .,
,lth the affairs of the peopl In the senior class. sitting before a nice warm oak they drew down the Night- take It with you?" Dear Katie:
five most healthy girls
horn we know. We have not fire with beautiful red coals. Now shades and he kissed her Tulips. Sumpter: "Both." Here in the correct way to write .
twelfth grade (to be selected by When he went home he said "For-
ached an Intellectual plane high EXAMSQ. imagine yourself In France. Switzerland this sentence: .
the health officers)
[nough so that all of our thinking city then dismissed and or England. Any coun- get-me-not. HUE SAID A MOUTHFUL The fire was put out before any :

:an be about larger social quea the Chapel was went out to recess. When do the leaves begin to try that you \V18 ..to travel In. They were soon married, and I gazed Into her dark and glowIng I damage could be done by the tirer:

ions. But if we have any self pupils turn? Suppose we go to London, Eng aha urged him not to become a eyes. Her lips were saying department H.

mpect at all, and If we have any; A. Just before examinations.How land. The most populous centerof Dandelion of society. Some people those three wonderful words I had Dlctlonarlly yours, '
.1'.1'The
:onldence In our Intellectual Senior Kid DayIs true that is! Exams are Europe. First.let us visit the Lilac anything, but he rememberedher waited for ao long. I could not Profs. r

qulpment[ or any pride In our own Great Success now only two weeks off and the Westminister Palace. It Is built In words, and though he met believe It, and yet It was true. .

,ower of achievement,'we should students are beginning to "hassle," the shape of a cros .: Let us go Into many foreign belles, he remained Again she said, fulfilling the dreamof One thousand four-hundred and'I' I

pond some time each day in conversation to pay more attention to what is the room that has been set true to his American Beauty. I my life "No geometry aaxlgnment. twenty-four students are enrolled "

which Is social in characer All Senior Go On a going on, are studying harder. apart for the burying-place for the .--- ."" at Florida State College for Wo- 4' :

and elevating in tone. Plcnlo Many classes have just about kings, queens and notable peopleof MY HOBBY I I men-Miami High Times school ,

This Is a plea tor all high sChool SenIor finished their text books and are England. While In this room By Myrna Frink PROTECTION 'publication, won first class blue. ,
taken from 'The Amerlan Last Monday April 1, was getting ready to review.Of let us Imagine ourselves going to I have several hobbles, but one Charles: "Do your spectacles ribbon.
,
Students
Kid and April Fool's Day. who tomb made of marble. of most Irreslstable and Uncontrollable ?" .
Observer," so that the con course there ire some a beautiful my really help you
(ersatlons may be conducted on All the seniors came tripping all dresj to don't need to "cram" for exams, When approaching the tomb wean ones Is the searchingof I Sidney: "Do they? They kept *BALD? Give Your ')

of the best efforts of school Monday morning while there are others who would see an old sliver hatred lady facial expressions. Many times, :, fellows from hitting me, four
evels worthy minds. ed up in their kid sister's and brcther's fall no matter how much they standing at the foot with her head upon being Introduced to someone times" Chance .'
.he best Scalp a
clothes. All were eating "crammed." but the average student bent low with tears dropping from I am so intent upon their every ;

suckers, naturally. does quite a bit of work Just her eyes. This makes us have a change of expression, that I SOCIETY J...-... Oil !'the rmm of the rmiirkitalfcMful .

VACATION Everyone went down to chapel) before examinations in preparingfor deep ajfmpathef,;a feeling which become confused in my greeting. Earnestine Andrews visited the .u u.lnrIngot, pr rid.:pnrnUi of 1 ao.ed.ndruratop n that thutiiwniU.>tir..lp .aitch '

We only have fifteen mor< the third period. The seniors were the ordeal.A makes us feel that we could burst While In school I alt and stare at Ravine Gardens Sunday after- and crow utronr. healthy .hair on IMn p
.nil purlliillr bald upou wb r hate root
After they are over called on the' stage and, as in i" tomb Is the teacher's expression and picture ;
chool days. schedule has ont out in tears. This my r nut ilrnif. 1 kiln femora .ntl"1"1' cuuuUrlrrlUut \
etc hope every one can sing beauty parade they walked acros been regular made as exam yet by the faculty tomb of the Unknown Soldier. This their reactions under manyclrcumstbnces noon.Mr.. Howard visited his home In ,I brlnfi tlmululM an nbanditnt. Mipclf. or'blued.tnolp .

'Work Is over, study ended; now the stage acting like kids. test calendar will tender: feeling takes us nearer her and In many situation Wllllston this week-end. Everyone lu nuurluli .nd t.., rtnrvml hair riMitn-ofr
Stockwell was voted tin but the final of lh. chief call*** of .. Out a botftatoday
Irma .
it *. II
home"-to enjoy a hear absence of Mr.
almost the
e're going heart and we can regretted :. ,
be like' the mid-year one, How-I at any <1ru tl l. Ill* cent In trlltliMr.'
leasant vacation. Some who, be most "childish looking" girl and probably of say, "This maybe my son that So intent am I sometime that t ard last week because of roe (Economy .!.. ui.) You have mil To .
voted the' exams on Tuesday. Wednesday, lima anil much to train. ... .nln.bl5 .* hook. ,
ause of Illness or for other rea Merrill Edwards was last week of school,. three ex- was chosen to rest hj re among the seem to follow one's very thoughtsby expected passing away of his I "Th.Truth About Ilia Hair, ''If you writ to
one are behind with their school most "youthful" boy. I the day. This kings and others: of"honor," their expressions, seeing them mother, HaNwal (U *tfy C.. I* W." 4Mh. e/., N. T.

ork. will spend a part of the va Mary E. Wynn Louise Kite, amination periods worked per quite well for Now let ua go to the Tower of put on a tone of pleasure or surprise Mr. and Mrs. Gray and family JAPANESE OIL.

ation months attending summer Charles Fender Blake Jackson, arrangement London which was built by William when really they aren't were visitors In Keystone Sunday. art. .>oVrluaMM* woi r.vl.w.d ... r"
mid-term exams
chool and making up their work, Grace Adklns and many others, the will pass. the Conqueror.' We can picture pleased at all and not In the least Hilda Wyrlck was a visitor In .a>....Y.. be r..........! oaifiUloa.IIP .pNERVES

[others> will be preparing for col received plenty of votes. (Applause We hope everyone. this place being built of stone surprised Especially do I notice Jacksonville Saturday.

l-age; still others will be starting was votes. Those getting the mos ELEMENTARY CHAPEL which still holds its grandeur and this In women- 'this little art of I OVt.R WOD"1:;1
'' Itife. were considered the best exceeded by deception. EVENTS OF WEEK APRIL aril )
nut' to make their own way applause HELD THURSDAY. A. M. sternness, which Is not '
The method saved much time and National I encounter different and Recreation.. ;
Elementary Chapel was held as. any other of the other many Monday. April
Perhaps no two people In schoo trouble). usual last Thursday, March 28, Memorials. Inside this tower wean varied expressions and often find- Wednesday, April 10-Boys Glee

will spend their vacation In the After chapel was over, the sen third period In the morning and '\ see the place where Queen Eli- Ind myself judging one's characterby Club. ,
fame way but however each per ors, with a few exceptions, and: offered. zabeth's mother was beheaded aa his face, I find quite a few people Thursday, April Elementary
two beloved teachers went or fair program with whom I do not wish to become -It ;,
tun's vacation Is spent we hope It their First everyone sang "America. we are told in history. that this was Program. u
will be a profitable one and will a picnic, and had a "grand" time, After this the Lord's Prayer and the place where,she breathed her acquainted. But then, the Friday, April 12-7th Grade has ,II

leave him mentally and physical] and at the same time, preserved Salute were said. last breath. good often overbalancing the bad, charge of play. I /;,
the Flag
refreshed no that he will be capable perfect order and acted as all good The F. E, R. A. nurse then gavoa Now let us loolt at ourselves ridIng I find myself attracted to many. _.....-- I I.,)I

of doing his Work efficient!} little chlldren..should. demonstration of hand washing down the street with Ambassador Perhaps as far as actual money MY HOBIIY ."

when fall arrives. They all came back happy before done in the rural school. Bingham of the United goes my hobby will never bringme ':::1
as
.. school turned out In the afternoon Last but far from least, Brother States, with whom we are goingto much but then I'm sure I have By Audrey CnrlUU ;

CLASS EXTENDS SYMPATHY We know the juniors will bi Lowry of the Presbyterian Church have luncheon. Can you ImagIne In the past end will in the future Embroidering la my hobby. It ff

glad when they are seniors becauseof good talk to the grammar yourself in that position Thin profit'much In other ways by it, la a very fascinating one as well as rktl
a
We were grieved to hear of tht!! the look on many of their facet gave school children In simple language Is a very pleasant sensation. Just and MO I am making no attempt to being very useful All you to

death of Mrs. W.; F. Howard. 78, Monday. understand and thev air castles built by the fireside's check myself In my most forceful '
of Gainesville, the mother of Mr .. .. they could hobby-facial expressions j
C. it. Howard, the eleventh grade) \VIIOOZITT seemed to enjoy it, contrary to Slow.; :"1:
{
teacher. Her health had been declining is 18 years )ida most, times.few minor announcements On blueprint ia Tallahassee's 400 "Live At Home" farm program 1
for sometime but she bad 116 pounds,, After a 300 DeSoto :
a senior girl weighs chapel was dismissed. I thousand dollar poetofflce. pledged by growera.SCHOOL >I
been very 111 for the last week and Is five feet, three inches tall has TO your .... la wwII- ,

passed away Wednesday. We miss brown eyes and dark hair, and DWIG nert nerve al high toxialom. ;

I Mr. Howard last week and are iisllkea conceited people and bashful DAYS By N. wonder JOG snap at UM wtte. 'I',

very glad to have him back withus boys. Is an average student. and bark at UM out children.Watch I Orerwortsrrsa ;

again. Cs pretty. Can you. fill in the nay lead to Bleepli...

We Juniors extend our deepest lank? CH, RLIE 1 Its, Nervous Headaeb. Ne... .,I
sympathy to Mr. Howard and Last week's answer: Grace Ad'tins. *.. indigestion. and a host d
want him to know that we are "" ether unpleasant dbtarhano

thinking about him at this time. + TT VN'tTR"f -!' Why don't yea try Dr. MOaaTBerea )j

---. SUMMER SCHOOL t\,, \tt -& y rLhIY Do You I KNOWthe Just one eat hi Merrta a half* Tablets(!Ua* ';,I I

WHY start Mon- WAIT Till Insurance Ant? wmtaw makea pleasant, .,.dI- ', ,
Why weep when to sing Is better Summer school will didn't NAMO oM 'IOU! .a. drink delihtfally IICIMh.... ::'
? ; lay April 29, for those who fee overtaxed nvrrea.

Why sigh when to smile is better want to do their ...tudylng'durln3'the -*r-'txs any it human ethic :nun ho It iht ihi ina.uaaapse kind of m.dr. Milaaf Nervine ...!to... -- \
' ? : : regular school year or who< tallow you lob to mm.Hi IB two f_ dri ;::1 I

Why mourn when to hope Is better want to "skip" grades, or make :* framing nd tvptritnn qualify kfeeveeeent Tablet Both bar**. '
? extra credits. Too, for those In- him IP furmih nock fin iiunnnr* UM same,1' efface
'' commercial piouction thai ..(iinifdi jomiiuumu. $1N.. yew ln TNERVI.<...
beWhY regret when to" believe. ,Is crested a complete' \'
? course: will be taught.' Fl 0.11It......'_to.4,.. r-, MI r'e
summer school will run flfou. Wnrt rHAROLD nt''- \
Why moan' when to"Whistle- The }{' >Ci' nt
better sight weeks. ffcrl/l
C. WALL
Why hate when-to 'love la better The classes will take place at the ( ) f
? school and Mr, Gray will be prin I INSUHANOfiHTAUKE. DU

bWhy threat when to Inspire Is paL. FLORID f vl i V.V :1
school teachers will ,
? The summer ---- ---- ,

Why swear when to understand be Mrs. Perkins and Mr. Gray any 'rJ "

Is better?' my others that are.._needed- \ FUNERAL DIRECTORSour .1:>
--
Why dislike when to fraternize
Is l better? PERSONALITY SKETCH i I Many Team Experience Hake It Possible for Ua to Reader' rYS;

Why be estranged when to cOnciliate Joe Edwards EFFICIENT: PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE!:: .
senior boy was MODERATE PRICES /(.
I Is better? This popular .
Why be cold when to sympathize born on the 17th day of December DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY : r,
I's better? > 1916 at Starke. Joe was aa J 0 r STARKE.: FLORIDA d i

Why criticize when to praise Is adorable baby with black hair and "","
better? blue eyes. This little boy baa now ; 7 Ia

. Why retreat when to'advance M ached the height of five feet tea : '.. r
"eater? Inches and weighs 135: pounds.One .

, Why be''sullen when to forgive of Joe's highest ambitions He For Expert Repairing }w'
I'.I better? Is to become a pharmacist.

Why be ill-tempered when to tas prepared himself throughout ""iSmith's
"othe' Is better? ilgh school for thin profession. Joe
:
Why be unfriendly when to have I. a member of the Glee Club and :
t e!low hlp Is better? Is talented in dancing and particIpated 'r'r Garage

be alter Why; be harsh when to pity Is In the. contest for dancing Inlcksonville.


PlrWhy 1 be discouraged when to.aa- Amonghis likes are: Dancing, Phone 120
redheads
better wring picture shows cake .;to eL\"a... fitsPICT 6ltYtft.
Why scorn When'to approve laIs itrplan riding, chocolate 6uMOIret N't' '. Wrecker Service Niehtnw
be titer? trips hunt- 11.1 I V\ '\Wt'S Cot A Day or
long
hemiatry taking.. .
11 Iti'5 AbSaOTCIy $".. .,
Why 1WI'
disparage when to esteem Inar and fishing. neelealsr '
better? His dislikes are few, they are: I .c sea GOT A --

WHY. a arcade people and spinach 1
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Sunshine Bag Opening And Senior Class to Present Ravine Gardens to Close hundreds of tnrkefte, and(
U. D. C. Held I from, all over the

\ Meeting WednesdayThe Handkerchief Shower Annual Play Tonight Announcement was made this expected that those county\l\'hl have a04"'

[ 30ljctfjj local chapter United Daughters Mrs O. L. Beasl-sy. Mrs. W. P. Tonight, (Friday), the senior week that the Palatka Ravine visited for the the Gardens will mnt">"

of the Confederacy met Wednesday Smith, Mrs. O. L. Haynes and Mrs class of Bradford High School will Gar dens, $250,000 municipallyown closing Sunda

i afternoon at the home ot Sam Anderson were co-hostesses present their play, "Belle of Barce- CWA and FERA beautifIcation ..

Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Darby, the Monday: afternoon to both circles lona," an operetta, at the high project, will be closed Sunday, 1935 city (Polk) directory ,

,.. hostesses being Mrs. Darby, MB! of the Woman's Missionary Socie- school auditorium at eight o'clock. April 8, because lack of rain hall Miami 82,334, an Increase 01 g:

l : Madge Middleton and Mrs. E. KFerryman. ty of the Methodist Church, the The play Is a musical comedy In limited the late bloom., 538. Persons under a not 1I11a.J I
,
; Elected To Alpha Zeta Californians Visit Pink radiance roses, home of Mr.-aitf Mrs. O. L. Beas- three acts and was written by The Ravine Gardens, which are e'-

1 Relatives Here calendula and other Spring flowers ley being the.place of meeting. A Charles Ross Chaney, with old considered one of the most beautiful WMFJ u Daytona Beach'-]
Friends of Merrill Futch, son of bowls, form- variety of Spring flowers, most as the setting. ,
J have arranged in large Spain places of Interest in this part broadcasting station
H. Kinlaw, Wright
:. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch, will be I'I'I Mr. and Mrs.for J. the past three ed an attractive decoration.Mrs. tastefully arranged, added to the The cast is composed of mem- of the state, has been visited by Each, owner.
!I Interested to know that he baa had as guests their home on Madison L. Q. Powell presided over charm of ther rboms where the bers of the senior class, and Is as
weeks at
'" been elected to membership In Alpha brother-ln the business session and Miss guests were seated follows:
Kinlaw's
f I I Zeta National Honorary Fraternity law Street and, Mrs.sister, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Madga Middleton transacted the Mrs. W. E. Middleton, president Lieutenant Harold Wright SId-

I The members are selected VIm, and their daughter, Bev- duties of secretary. Plans were of the Society, presided; over a ney Herohfleld; Margarita Fran-

f from the upperclassmen In the Col- erly Anne, of Los Angeles, Califor made for entertaining Brigade No short program, Mius Olive Ray ces Cadman; Francisco de Lavega, BtUE RIBBON i I
))11i lego of Agriculture at the Unlver- Two, U. D. C. on Thursday, April! conducting the devotional and us- James Hair;; Patrick Malone, Char

l city of Florida, who have distinguished nla.Mr.. Ulm is Interior decorator for 18th. The meetings will be held ing for her subject "The Sunshine les Pender; Emilo Ronald Pitts;

:K" themselves in Agriculture Warner Bros. Studio, and he and In the Methodist Church and of God's Love," which was followed Luis de Montero Robert Chapman;
.f( work. luncheon will be served at the by prayer by Mrs. M. E. Monteo Elizabeth Hol-
"".' Mrs. Ulm have been delightfully Gloria de Bock Beer Now In Season
---- -- I entertained during their visit herewith Club House. Edwards. Mrs A. Wood gave an lingsworth; Mercedes, Mary Lu-

Mr. and Mrs,, Klnlaw. Memorial Day will be observedon Interesting talk on the subject of cille Torode; Dona Mercela Louise Kitty's Lunch Pioneer
Sunday afternoon, April 28th, "The Forgotten Woman," In which Snyder; Dona Anita, Dorothy Service!
RITZ THEATRE Ladies Auxiliary NoticeThe at Crosby Cemetery, and the she told of the women of early Sapp; Don Juan, Joe Edwards, Jr.; dr = (SINCLAIR SERVICE I Station [

speaker will be Rev B. M. Mont- times who helped to found the Don Jose, Leslie Biggs. The choruses ki' STATION) R. .. L
of the ANDKRUS.
8TARKKJ!, FLOIUDA Ladles Auxiliary Mrs. H. B. McLendonread JR,
The of sixty-two church. of the oth-
Church, will gomery. graves I will be composed 223 Temple Ave. Mile N. of court HouJ
First Presbyterian
veterans of three wars will be dec- "Learn to Smile" by EdgarA. 1 er members of the senior class, STARKE

PROGRAMBEGINNING Tuesday hold Its regular afternoon monthly, April meeting 0, at orated with flowers, flags and Guest. who were not In the regular cast.

FRIDAY three-thirty o'clock at the home of wreaths. Sunshine bags wore opened-and The music directed by Mrs. A.,

Mrs J. H. Klnlaw on Madison Interesting facts about the life found to contain the eum- E. Wall; speaking parts directeo GRANDMOTHER'S

FRIDAY, APRIL ftTH Street of Jefferson Davis were read by $28.24, which will be used to help by Mrs. R. F. Demore.it; accompanist Freah-Plain or SlicedBREAD
5 All members and friends are requested Mrs. L. A. Davis Mrs. E. L. Biggs, paint the local* parsonage. Little Mrs. F. H. Long, and Senior
"JEALOUSY"Nancy to be present. Mrs S. E. Brownlee and Miss Marvin Montgomery, dressed as a Sponsors, Mrs T. T. Long and Mrs.D. .

Madge Middleton "The Marshes man who delivers paint, came Into P. Carpenter.
Carroll-Donald Cook Miss Stump Sings In of Glynn" by Sidney Lanier was I the room pulUng his red wagon on o

Mrs L. O ,which was four gallons of paint Celebrates Ninth BirthdayMr.
SATURDAY, APRIL 6TH College Glee Club ConcertThe given as a reading by

Shooter"Tim College glee club of Flor- Powell.three The company musicians was playingthe favoredby donated the Pittsburgh by Jacksonville Plate Glass Branchof and and Mrs. B. F. Hall enter- 14-oz. 18-oz. 24oz.V.. Wh't It.ti1rA.tIfNID |
"Square young
of the
tained number
a
young
ida State College for Women, gave following numbers: Duet- Paint Company. This was secured 6c 8c lOc 8c
folks at their home
on Tuesday
y McCoy Its annual spring concert Wednesday 'Stars' and Stripes Forever" (Sou- through the solicitation of Mrs. L, uer
')r, Also 'Lcmt City'No. S & Comedy I evening in the college audltoi sa), Margaret Lowry and Frances A. Davis. afternoon, March 19, the occasion HEARTH RYE or CRACKED \\IIE-\T|
the ninth anniver-
Yl e. being birthday
t SUN.-MON., APR. 7-8 i rium. Its concerts are among the Over treet. Piano solo: Prelude An this meeting occurred on sary of their daughter, June.A fWHERe ECONOMY RUlis'l' 10-oz.: Loaf 80
most artistic events of the college No 7 (Chopin), Frances Over- Mrs. T. J. Griffin's birthday anni- most enjoyable afternoon was

"One More Spring"Janet and among Its most beautl- street, Piano solo, Jacqueline Andrews versary, she was given a surprise spent playing games and contestsand DIXIE CRYSTAL-Finest Granulated
tlful traditions. The glee club con- handkerchief shower. Mrs. Beas-

Ga.vnor--Warner COMEDY u..xterNEWS chorus sists of of forty-three twenty-three.voices and the Hostesses for the May meetingare Icy large came tray Into centered the room by carryinga a birth- many June lovely was gifts the from recipient her friends of SUGAR 5 lb. cloth bag 25c

:Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Mrs. GeorgeB. invited to share this happy occa-
K TUE .-\"ED., APR. 9-10 Miss Evelyn Stump, daughter of Flynn and Mrs. Emma Canovi. day cake, on which burned sixteen sion with her. -- --
Mr. and Mrs. Fred F. Stump, a I At the of the candles, and surrounding the cake IONA-SPAGHETTI or
clone a
"A Night At The program Late in the afternoon 'refresh-
student at the college, is a member was the shower of dainty hand-
delicious fruit salad course was ments were served by Mrs. Hall
I.I.Kjt ti Ritz" of the glee club. served by the hostesses. singing kerchiefs."HappirrBlrthday The company joined to You"in and each guest received a dainty MACARONIIONA 3 7-oz.Pkgs 12cJ'lc

Patricia Ell!*_\Vm. GarRan Members present: Mrs. r. G and Miss Amelia Ray, In a few Tavor.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHTHALES Powell Miss Madge Mlddleton, Those invited to this party were: -
complimentary' words, presentedthe BRAND-With Tom to'Sauce
CASH NITE Mrs M. E. Edwards, Mrs. 'J. E handkerchief 'shower to Mrs. Clarice and A. J. Thomas, Jr.,

Wilson, Miss Etta Tlson, Mrs. E. L. Griffin "'- Bobby Biggs, Maurice Jr., and Car PORK & BEANS

A 1 1IV Tues. Apr. 9th Biggs, Mrs O.i, L. Haynes, Mrs. L. The hostesses, ''assisted by Mrs. olyn Edwards, Geraldine Silcox,

FREE A. Davis, Miss Olive Ray, Mrs. A. Z. Adklnalrand Mrs. Jeanette Josephine Johns, Betty, Carolyn,
$25.00 A.
ON ROAD THIRTEEN M. Darby, Mrs. S. E. Brownlee and Annlce, and Collette Green, Margaret EIGHT O'CLOCK-i'MlJd, Mellow.: Pure Santo
: Kincaid, served a beautifully ap-
P Mrs. W. L. Wall. Lowry, B. C. Holzendorf Jr.,
jlonted salad course with Iced tea. Ib.
COFFEE Per 19c
Mack Futch, Betty Hayes, Barbara -

Baptist Circles Meet Jean Johns, Warren Winkler,
Musical Tea-
1 jtIrY Garnita Hutto, Vernon and Geraldine .
? LET'S GO FELLOWS! Mrs. O. J. Orlffls and Mrs. Pate The Music Department of theWoman' Tillman. Fresh Tomatoes Lb. lOc
Jassett were hostesses to Circle
Club will have a musical .
One of the Baptist Woman's Missionary silver tea on Friday, May 10, durIng Home Hygiene Class To Fresh Squash Lb. 6c

I We carry one of the most complete Union Monday afternoon at :, music week which begins, May Graduate Wednesday Lettuce Fancy Iceberg Head lOc
the home of Mrs. Grlffis on'Call:
7, and extends through May 12.
P lines of Wilson's Baseball equipment Street, where an arrangement of All club mejnbers\ are automatIcally Twenty-one senior girls will be Celery, Fancy Florida Stalk 8c

spring flowers added charm to the will presented with certificates of Fresh Beans Lb. 9c
} / you will find in this section of the invited and Invitations Stringless
living room where the memberswere later graduation from a course In Home
be issued to outsiders at a
State. The time is right. The weather seated. date. The tim -and place for the Hygiene and Care of the Sick next Fancy Large Lemons' Dozen 19c

window display In the absence of the circle leader tea will be announced later. Wednesday morning at ten-thirty Fla. Grapefruit 3 For lOc
is right. See our Mra. J M. Brownlee, the ..-- o'clock at the High School audito-
I meeting was presided over' by Fla. Oranges Doz. 18c
today. Play Ball! Rhythm Barld{ 'Will rium.
Mrs. W. J.'Epperson. Mrs. A. M. This course is a Red Cross subject -
Winesap Apples Cook Eat 4 Ibs 25c
of the W. M. U': Play for Woihan's ClubAt or
Darby, president :, and Is taught by a Red Cross In
s DON'T FORGET was a visitor at this meeting and the regular' monthly meeting atructor, Mrs. Carolyn.Inman.A BANANAS 4 Lbs. 15c

conducted the devotional. A short of the Woman's Club, Wednes- play will be presented in chapel 9
+i '?Big Fishing Contest Now On-Closes Sept. business session was held when day afternoon 'at 3:30, National demonstrating some of the useful '-
SUNNYFIELD
h plans were made for work to be things these girls have learnedIn
Park Year will be observed by the
15. Ask Us About Rules and Cash Prizes. done by the Circle In the near future Educational Department, when this course. Following the play CORN FLAKES 8-oz. pkg. 7c |

and also to help entertain the Mrs. D. P. Carpenter and Mrs. T. the presentation of certificates will SUNNYFIELD

;Rain-proof Sport Hats _______ _____25c S. S. Convention which meets here T. Long will present a programon take place. The public is cordially PANCAKE FLOUR 1 1-4 lb. pkg. 8c
13. A read from
April chapter was Invited to be
National Parks and show pictures present.
s
'Hudson Sprayers (kill all insects)l25c-50c: the book the Circle Is studying. : secured on their visit to some HAPPY KIDSSYRUP
During the social period the hostesses NOTICK Of MASTKR'M S.'LFJ
of the parks. Notice In. hereby given that under Quart Bottle 19c
served refreshments to the members of the nnd by virtue of that certain Final
About
twenty
members Xtrrea of forecloHura made on the 15c |
present. NUTLEY OLEO Pound
s BRADFORD HARDWARE CO. Rhythm Band will also demon- 1th day of March A. D. 1986 by
Circle Two was entertained by strate some of the work accomplished Honorable: tl'NI Z. Adklnn, Judge ofthe FANCY MIXED
!h Judicial Circuit
Mrs. G. W. Alderman and Mrs.
since Its organization by rof Florida, In that certain cause. LIMA BEANS No. 2 Can lOc
Annie Richard the Alderman .
at
Mrs. L. A. Canova and Mrs. G. H. therein pending, wherein Martha I.
home on Walnut Street. ,Cent a '' and COLD STREAMPINK __
Lowry. All mothers of the children t3. w'. Hayes 'RIIIy A. Hayes, M. A.
The members were seated In the in this Junior Music groupare "Smith OH liquidator for Bradford: SALMON Tall Can lOc
large living room of this home County Bank, a banking; corporation -
invited to attend this meet- Mamie Clrlffla, an admlnlHtrarlx FRESH CANNEDMACKEREL
which was decorated with quan- nf estate of Enoch Griffin. Uu -
Ing. 5c
tities of early spring flowers. Mrs.L. .le Parker, a widow, llahrt 1 i-iard- 8-oz. Can
of the
The regular meeting
ware Company a corporation areefendantM.
l' O. Powell Circle leader, pre Reading Circle will be omitted until I, the underlined an
slr sided during the devotional and special master, will Hell for cash to FANCY BLUE GIBBB'S BRAND
further notice. he highest and beHt bidder at theSouth
business meeting. The Circle made ._4...- door of the Court home In Whole GrainRICE Vegetable or TomatoSOUP
t plans to help entertain the Sun- Htarke, Bradford County, Florida
Easter Lilies BloomThe nn Monday the lath day of May A. 21'r
day School Convention to be held D 1D15. during the legal hour* of
1 -- here April 13. first Easter lilies In bloom ale, for the purpose of satisfying
aid. final decree, the following de-
The hostesses served delicious that we have had the prlvlledge crlbed lands, lying; and helitfr In '

refreshments during the social to see this spring,was at Bryant'sCafe The Bradford Houthwent" county quarter Florida of Southwest TO-WIT: 5 ______ ______ 50Lbtt.
period. Thursday morning. quarter of Section Sixteen (Id) Al.o .
Circle Three was entertained by There were two or three stalks an undivided one-half interest. 111I.ot
Seven In block Eleven (11), MARY ANN-Unbolted
i1 (7)
: ., ::: Mrs. E. W. Hayes at her home on of these beautiful lilies In full III Uvlnfffton-Truby and Company'saddition lc
1j Madison Street, where a most en- bloom, and therfe! is quantities of to town of starke.. In Section CORN MEAL 5 Lbs.
Twenty Right (28) all being
joyable meeting was held. others almost ready to open. Mr. 111 Township Six (81 South, Range RAJAH
..._ ".. The living,,room of this! dome and Mrs. Bryant,. have a large assortment Twenty Two (22) Kant SALAD DRESSING Pt. Jar 1S;
D. E. KNIOHT.
decorated"with seasonal flowers
was of flowers growing on Special Master.A. .
-2 and the leader, Mrs. W. B. the west sIde <*af' this building, S. CREWS. FANCY
of these Alexander, presided during the devotional among which Is a variety of roses -6-6t-S-3.Solicitor for. complainant ASPARAGUS TIPS 2 Picnic Cans 2JC

3, FAMOUS and short business ses ANN PAGEGRAPE
sion. The members made plans to .

MAGAZINES Sand help entertain the Sunday School ,.. I JELLY 16-oz. glass 19c
"
Convention. Mrs. G. A. Andersonand ANN PAGE

Mrs. W. H. Perkins invited the MR. STRAWBERRY GROWERS I APPLESAUCECRISCO No. 2 Can 12'/ c

Circle to meet with them for the \ ', : 55c
3Lb.Can
THIS NEWSPAPER May meeting. Several articles of WHY PAY MORE

sewing that had been'completed ARGO GLOSS STARCH 8-oz. pkg. 3c
sl ONE FULL YEAR by the members were turned iu

at this time. ..' .
Mrs. Hayes served delicious refreshments Butter A&P Tub or Print, Lb. 37c

during the social Picnic Hams Rath's Cedar Val. Lb. 17c
McCMVS MAGAZINE.Yr. Woman'.World..1 Yr. hour ,
8 Pictorial!: Review ...1 Yr. HouMhold Migjilne ....1Yr. ---- PINT STRAWBERRY CRATES WITH DIVIDERS Cheese Whole Milk Lb. 23c
i MYSTERY ID.teclivei: ..1 Yr. Capper's Farmer" .......T..1 Yr. ,
litter Homei ft Gardens.1 Yr. 'ro.r...;". farmer .....2 Yr.. First Baptist Church News Nucoa The New Oleomargarine lb. 21c
HOME MAGAZINE ....1Yr. 0 Hem" .1 Yr. AND CUPS COMPLETESOcEACH
The Sunday School closed the
Storti Afield ..,.......1Yr. Illustrated Mechanics ...1 Yr. month of March with record attendance Grits, Winner Rock Ground 5 Ibs. I5c
NEW MOVII .....1 Yr. 8 Th. Farm |ewnel.."'. Yr. a '
% o Pathfinder IW..kly)) ....1 Yr. Th. Country Home....! Yr. The average for the Raisins, Seedless 4 Lb. Pkg. 29c
o TOWER RADIO .....,.1 Yr. 0 Mother1: Horns" Life....1 Yr. month was 130( for the five Sun-
Coed Storlfl. ....... ...1 Yr. O Souther Aarlculturl.t..1Yr.SIIlENADE days. A goal of 150 has been set
B Rom.i:.> ,..1Yr.Oan 0 Gentlewomen Migiiine.,1 TFP for Easter Sunday morning, April IONALwclous, Yellow Cline
", Road toys)....,.2 Yrs. Succeuful: far..in',1 Yr.
} Q Ntedleerift ...........I Yr. D Home" Friend ..........I Yr. 21.weekly Wednesday teacher evening meeting, the at Sun-the PEACHES 2 No. 2%cans 33c

Check 1 Magazine thus (*) day School teachers taking the Limit One Million
I Check: 3 Magazines thus (*) course "Outlines of Bible His PJo or a I RVNNYFIELD-BRAN or RICE

Ja .......... ............................... tory" taught by the pastor took ; 13c

; MAIL THIS COUPON NOW IGUARANTEED their examination for credit to- 'f' FLAKES2Pkgs..

ward the new Uachera diploma. JOE IIARRELL, JR., MGR., CRATE DEPT.
1 .....Ia.. deiced .n. lenm IUI with The three FANCY
Chick Hie fhn* B. Y. P. U/s closed SANTA CLARA-70-80 Size
__... rul out...._.-..\1111'. ,
1' their week of last r tLAWTEY
yf training Friday

O.. ._. I _tHe t____- -..-. .!-. ..a4 evening with the examination on PRUNES 4 Lbs. 25c
.
.. .. .... the
? m. the ttue. ln eh..k.d wtlfcmm a 1'' courses studied. The average
--I All rcttutvaJhx ............oa M y.w ...nw r. ,Ir attendance for the week of study LOADING & SHIPPING CO.. HEINZ Delicious TOMATO

was thirty. After the examination -

JLUIW the young people enjoyed a social ?f f Florida JUICE 2 12-oz. 15c
cans
Lawtey :
r oa mjrj.- hour at the lake. ,

tc itded t Beginning next Sunday, April T, .
i TOWN AND STATS, the evening worship service wilt TIlE GREAT ATLANTIC &:,PACIFIC TEA COMPANY
Ir ____________ -J be changed to eight o'clock. .


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ip.ta., 5: 1935 ._ _. .n _UHU. h. .__ .. BRADFORD_ COUNTY.TELEGRAPH_ STARKE..FLORIDA--" ..- -.... .. ----.. .',\C."FI\K" .. t

Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Halbrookand Mrs. Anne McGee and not. :: la ; : I
daughters, troop or "Liberty City" name '
end son, of Lake City were week-, NAT SEZ: 1 C Misses Lettle, Clara and Marie, There will be a- field meet in Negro housing project, northwestern .
guests of Mrs. Halbrook's parents and Mrs. J. 1... Harrison, of Stuart Gainesville on May 4 and a Jubilee
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Andrews part of Miami Beach, costing t;
Bits of Well spent the week-end In Starke and circue meet in Jacksonvilletwo .
folks U.
I always knew If our 8. $800,00000OV "
farmers visiting Mrs. McGee's and Mrs. weeks later, on May 17. The
kept
raising strawberries Harrison's brother-in-law and sister Starke troop hopes that they will :\ OV TIIINTKH I:L-; '' 't'
:Miss Marjorie Stump, a studentat long enougrt they would eventuallyget fly tbs p..w..r..I..I In them by
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Andreu. be well represented at both of tho I
the Woman's somethingfor Iho Inwa of Florida, the Hoard of i "
Locd NeW9 College in Talla- events. ""bll" Ntructloti l of Bradford ,,
hassee, spent the week-end with them and I'nnnty hr.hy OH I In election to he ,}
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. F, It looks like this Mr. C. M. Howard, a member of From August 21 to 31 there hAd In Hampton, Htarka. Graham
the the faculty of Bradford Hlgn will be a National Jubilee In New River and Hiookvr on Tuesday '.
Is It
OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND Stump.Mrs.. year. April U, lane for the ofCJecling
purpose :
CONCERNING was pretty dis School was In Gainesville the first Washington, D. C. It will cost I three trUKluoH In ouch ttlN-
OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN when of taut week at the bedside of his forty-five dollars to send a delegate trlrl and determining! the amount of (
PROGRESS Laura Powell has returned couraging inllliiH: (o he aitHrniKMl In each. "
mother, Mrs. Mary I. Howard, who from each and one
from visit three o r four t troop only for the porpoise or holding paid !
a in Jacksonville and seasons went by r $ passed away Tuesday, after an ill- delegate is allowed. Our troop also .Iurllon l In Hampton the following, ''1 1tnanaxers

Baldwin. While In Baldwin she without bring- ness of several weeks duration. has very high hopes of sending aon K Nr.are appolniwl"'. IA A; Dan Johns John-and jl''j
visited her daughter, Mrs Emma in delegate to the jubilee. However H. Ia'Vlaglne t Clerk. For the purpone > ,
ing
visitor Ray L. Geiger, of Green Cove Tanner. enough of holding: avid rleptlnn In
was a will have to have the
they
l.. SeymoUr f money to pay Orahnni the following mnnafera. are J
obn Thursday. Springs, was a business visitor whe>le-hearted cooperation of the appointed: John Mt Klnney <*.
ackSODvllle here Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Jessie Mae Blakely and son, for fer tllizer Boy Scout News'' entire community to be able to Hinllh. 8' Thomas; and Kllov' 'W"I:: .
and labor t'ierk. For the ef
butlet's purport holding
-
Billy, the
Jacksonville week-end :
spent In Lake
L Randall, of I take advantage of this wonderful NHliI election l In New River the folInwinir ,
,. P. Miss Rosalind Jacobs spent the City visiting her brother and sis forget all The Boy Scout Troop of Starke ; iiianafrern me appointed, ,'
f visitor here Friday. that now and make the most of opportunity.The Kuntnre Kelly M U Johns C. I'.
a week-end: in Lacoochee visiting her ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny held Its weekly meeting Tuesdayat Hitlor and l':. A. Mftl'I, flvrk. Fur
troop planned to on an
Balacien. our present opportunities. go the puriinHe of holding said election :
sister, Miss Miriam Jacobs. the Woman's Club.
.". L. A. Wynn of Hampton And while the green-backs are overnight hike to Kingsley Lake In RtouKer the followlnir nianutrerH
here Monday. The boys nad the pleasure of this week-end wish to thank are appulnteilW: I* llnrrvll. U It. 'a ,
visitor coming in, don't forget home They ... and
your Waters i
a The Junior Music Club held its Capt. S. A. Bryan, of Jacksonville KHilillok Tho" 10. T. \ '
G. I). Anchors, scout executive
town merchants. We've had a hearing Mrs. Alvarez for her kindness In Stewart, Clerk. For the purpose of }.
IIrs"HuldaCwpenlngwas a vista regular meeting Wednesday afternoon spent Thursday and Friday of the Ocklawaha Nation.Mr. allowing them to use her cottageon holilhiK HHlil election In Starke thefollowing
pretty quiet time of It too, for It
in
Starke
t; Ktnglnunee Saturday. at three-thirty o'clock.Mr. visiting his soninlawand stands to reason that we can't sell Anchors spoke on the aim of their last trip to the lake. M. W. llnyeii managers, C. J. are Powell appolnteil. I* Is:. .. ,
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. scouting and made each of the Oi't'rii and F A. Hrolt, Clerk.
the goods unless you have the Al Kay Carlisle, .
Williams.T. \ J.fHIFFINSupt.
Palatka, was a and Mrs. James Lambe and of small book, '1 r11
H. C Richard of money to buy with. So spend boys a present a en \ U. MANNINO Chm. '
Thursday. Mrs. John Terry, were visitors *o titled "Camp Aid and Log Book. Mcnbe. D-22-6t.4.1 j ,
|mlnent visitor here Gainesville Sunday afternoon. D, Rickenbacker, who is lo- your money at home and let's try Starting April 11 Mr Anchors _______._.__m__.__. -- '".."
to keep what we have circulating '
cated
at Tallahassee
for several Is to In scout
of Brooker was going give a course
r, W Markey weeks, right around here- until we get ANNOUNCING THE OPENING
the
spent week-end here
Tuesday afternoon. Misses Gladys and Elizabeth leadership which will last for eight
here some more next berry season. I
l laitor Williams, and Miss Helen Prather, with Mrs. Rickenbacker at their weeks. There will be two meetings orBENNETT'S
have some bargains that would be -
, of Lake Butler, was spent Thursday In Jacksonville. hmoe on Madison Street. a week. One will be from 4:30: I.
oj
T Dyer hard for you to match no matter
--- o'clock to 6:30: o'clock Thursday
aalnessi visitor-here-Wednesday.- Miss Hannah Swindell Is spending Mrs. W. Q. Halle has been removed where you went tot trade: I afternoon and the other from 7:30 LUMBER COMPANY 'j

-Ritch, Sr.. of Ralford was several days in Lawtey visit to her home from the Gill New Line of o'clock to 9 o'clock Thursday night. h
T
ikness visitor here Wednesday. ing Mr. and Mrs.. L. F. Dinklns. Hospital where she has been a pa- Men's Wash PantsAll The meetings are to be held at the Olio HIiM'k South ol rpot '1v
tient for the past two weeks con- Woman's Club. Mr. Anchors

Peele. of Jackson- Mrs. R. S. Johns of Lake Butler, i valescing from an operation. SlUM would like to have every man, '
Irs. Romey ALL GRADES PINE AND CYPRESS LUMBER
here $1.69-$1.98 man or old, and all of the
at the Gill Hospl- was Monday visiting her young
|la a patient rents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. pa'I' Mrs S. P. Vandivlere and son. older boys of this town and the AND BUILDING MATERIAL

Pitney, of Burns, Miss, arrived Blue StN'iikOVERALLS surrounding country attend these

llrs, Alvin E. McKinney of Mrs. Slna Kite Blitch of Ocala, here Monday and will spend sev- meetings whether they Intend to QUALITY AM Elt\'IC'E OI'K MOTTO :

laker, was a visitor here Monhe was in Starke Saturday afternoon eral weeks with Mrs. Vandiviere's 2 Pocket Rib have anything to do with a scout
mother, Mrs C. W. Alderman.
visiting: Mr. and Mrs.. H. L. Brownlee. '.
$1
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Cole, of Flint, ,

Lrnoon W. C with T U.Mrs.will A.meet W. Ander-Friday R. E. McDonald of Ocala. dis- Michigan, were In Starke last week IIlIplrudeOVERALLS SW IKT'S NASWORTHY'S ';
I
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lord, CHAIOIGU
trict administrator of the FERA.

was a visitor to' Starke Wednes several' None Better BORAX; I P T OGROCERY ,:

Elen Searing and daughter. HilI day. $1.50
----- Coffee
Wednesday in Jackson- K
I spent Col. and Mrs. Branch Cone, of Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendonwere Men's SOAP P

e.II' Macclenny ,were guests Wednes- in Jacksonville Wednesday CAN.i
and Mrs. S. G. Lewis spent day of Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Ad- afternoon and were accompanied SPORT SHOES FINE FOODS
Ilr. In St. Augustine and Pa- ktns. home by Mrs. E. S. Matthews, who White or BIIl'khUe HAKS 1';

a. spent the past I two weeks In the $1'.98-$2,98 15c
I SPECIAL PRICES
Miss Ruth Sternberg of Chief- city. IOC "
| and Mrs. J. J. Colson of
lr. Peter'sWORK
land, spent Sunday here with her
i River, were visitors to Starke Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Wheeler of FRIDAY & SATURDAY APRIL 5-6
parents Mr. and Mrs. Nat Stern- (I i SHOESAll __ _
ay. berg. Oviedo, spent the week-end In M
Starke with their son-in-law and Leather ..

01. H. O. Brown of Lake But- County Commissioner R. T. Os- daughter, Mr. and Mrs R. L. $1.95Guaranteed PEARL GRITS 81bs 25c CAULIFLOWER Lb. 122c ;
was a professional visitor here their home
at
teen and A. B. Surrency, of Brook Kemp on Cherry .

lay. Monday.O.er, were. business visitors here Street. price Umt'i merchandise the combination nt low I. dltOUNI ON A WATER MILL EATING APPLES Doz 20c r

treet Dendy of Alachua was Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Andrews and you will find at-, I.
MEAL 8lbs.25c GRAPEFRUIT for lOc ,
4
friends here during the .
ling C. Hayes of Dillon, South daughter, Miss Christine, and lit '.
Itend.Representative. Carolina, has been a guest for several tie son, Ronald, and Mr and Mrs STERNBERG'SStarke !}

Charley E. Johnst days of Mr: and Mrs. E. W. L.the W.Ravine Halbrook Gardens and at son,Palatka visited MILK 3 Cans lOc Beets or Carrots bch 71"tc

Hayes. Florida '
the week-end In Starke with Sunday afternoon. FRESH :
i TOMATOES lb. lOc
,
|family. Miss Leah Struth of Jacksonville I, PURE COFFEE 2 Lbs. 25c
spent the week-end in Stark Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Shepard and Mr and Mrs. E S Rust and Mrs Tender SNAP BEANS, lb. lOc

B. Alexander of Waldo, 'was with her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. i little daughter, and Mrs.. James Susie Clarxe ,of...C;;rand Blanc,
lading to business. here.. ., Tues-. '.:,._'" ." I Shepard of Hilliard, were In Staike I. FINEST
' '- H. Struth'r Michigan who are ,pending some 4 Ibs. soc
afternoon. I Thursday afternoon visiting Mr.- time In St. Petersburg, are guests '

Miss Elise Jones of Gainesville,J and Mrs. C. A. Knight, at their this week of Mr. and Mrs.\ J. H. I Lard COMPOUND !
.0. Brown( of Lake Butler, was home on Call Street. 121
was in Starke Saturday visitingher Lord at their residence on Madison
to business here Wednes- 2C
ndlng grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Street.
afternoon. A. M. Darby.Mr. spent Miss Saturday Alice Fernandez and Sunday, of Foley with, I Pound 8 Ibs. 99c J

meg P. Dougless of Alachua, and her mother, Mrs. R. S. Fernandez Mrs. Thomaa F. Sherwood of t
and Mrs. J. R. Boring
attending to business here Frl- Miss Fernandez was called here to Meadomere Park, L. I., was a

afternoon. children Sunday ,visiting of Madison Mr, and were Mrs.here J. atttend the funeral of her broth- guest Sunday of Judge and Mrs. RICE SUGAR I TIP TOP MARKET ;

er-in-law, W. E. Yarborough. George A. Gardiner at their home

-a. W. B. Mundy, Jr., and-Mrs. W. Andrews near Starke. Mrs. Sherwood 's
lIam Dobrow spent Thursday Mrs. J. H. Ritch was in Gaines- spending several months at St. Pork Sausage Lb.20cSWIFT'M ;
icksonville.lias Mrs. W. P. Randall of Jacksonville ville Wednesday visiting her son Petersburg. 5 Lbs. 22c 5 LbslI. 25c .:;

waa In Starke Monday visit- and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. ,i. Bacon lb. .35c .
Breakfast ,
Elmu Thomas of Green' Ing her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. J. H. Ritch, Jr. Mr. Ritch under :
A. Z. Adkins of
Mrs. spent part
M. Alvarez. COUNTRY ItOLLBUTTER
|e Springs, was a visitor here went a tonsil operation that day. last week in Tallahassee visitingher Lamb Chops, Lb. 35c \g,
at the Alachua County Hospital.W .
]urday afternoon.enry Jock Griffis?I Jr., has been enjoying daughter Miss Lois, who Is a LB 35c

a visit in Lake Butler with O. Hodges prominent strawberry student at the Florida State College Fla. Chuck Roast, lb.. 17c'Swift's ;'
L. of
Gray, attorney Ma grandparents..Rev. and Mrs Ii:. buyer, of Plant City, Is located for Women. She was accom- ...
lesville, was a prominent vla- A. McDowell at the Starke Hotel for sev- panied home by Miss Adkins who Fla.. Round Steak lb. .25c t''
to Starke Monday. eral weeks. Mr. Hodges was ac- spent the week-end here with her Corned Beef, can. 15c ,

Mrs. Roxie Amerson, of Lake companied here by his son, W. O. parents, returning to Tallahassee FANCY WESTERN ':
I
r and Mrs. John B. Crews, cfe l
of her soninlawand Jr., who will assist him In buying Monday.
City, Is the guest t CHUCK ROAST Lb 21c
Butler, visitors here I _
were daughter, Mr., and Mrs. J. G. Libby's Potted Meat, 3 for lie f
Inesday afternoon.

ra. L lau M.-Strickland- of Lynn, this week. WHAT SHALL GIVE ? I EST

stun, Ga., spent the week-end Mrs. E. E. Burney of Lawtey, POTATOES 10 Lbs. 12c ?
friends la Starke. and father, Rev. H. V. Skipper,
visitors here Wednesday
of Miami were ,
)
'ngrossman' R. A. Green refed afternoon.Mr. c ;a BERT Wli1TE h OME SMQKED KELLOOlS


| a to short Washington here Wednesdayr George. and B. Flynn Mrs. L.and G.Miss Powell Martha Mrs. One I BACON BACON j CORNFLAKES j17iFcl I l!


ra Shirley J. G. Lynn Jean,and and little her daugh-moth- Powell, last were Thursday.visitors to Jacksonville Pound 20c Pound 20c13 Pkgs. 25c 3 No 2 cans 25c t 1



Mra.day and Roxie Tuesday Amerson in Gaines-spent daughter Mrs. ,W.Freddy M. spent Wimberly-the week-and Problem TOMATOES 3 Cans' ,25c | MATCHES Pkgs. 15t: ;'

end in Miami with Mr. Wimberly, 1


NT\ \ A and other relatives. lAIL.AUI PLAIN OK>vs OK SELF IILIK RISING KUIMU 6 LHS. 12 LHS. 21 LBS.

WORD Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes had Easily SolvedThe

as their guest for the week-end i

COLUMN Mrs. Hayes' cousin, Hamilton FLOUR 25c45c87cSalad

Strickland of Miami. annual puzzle of what to give for graduation
RENT5 room Furnished In one that always has heads aching about this time
se and 5 room, unfurnished Little Miss Nancy King of New- of year. It Is usually a difficult matter to decide 1$',
e. See J. the guest of her uncle the right shade of this and that or the cor- ,0
w. Morgan. berry, Is'' upon
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Reg- rect size of these and those but this year your' 29c Tuna Fish / lb. 15c If.
select Qt.
LUNG CARDS, any ulze. ister, for several days. troubles will fade Into nothingness If you per- Dressing
for 50; $1.50 for 100. Mono- sonally printed stationery as the safest way of pleasing -


|_100)med ty Telegraph.envelopes stationery, 275.100 Bradford sheets. Miss Mrs.Louise A. F.Snyder Sauls ,and Mrs.daughter J. B., your their young taste. friends-no matter how discriminating Relish Spread Qt. 29c Argo Salmon Red can 20c I{

Phone 29. U. Sapp and daughter, Miss Dorothy

NISHED OR Unfurnished and Miss Beatrice Moseley, spent Com In and let us show you the following selections '

artment for rent reasonable Friday in Jacksonville : DUOFOLD--the long-iize heavy vellum pa- 4 ibs.

*. Have some household gods, per. 100 sheets and 100 envelopes with name an-1 BANANAS 15c'|
Initialsin
or
Carrie HAND-LETTER--name
i and plows| | for sale. Mrs..T. J, Griffin. Mrs. address--$1.23.
Mrs.
See
J>'born. 701 N. Walnut It Ritch and Mrs. Thelma E. Johns, a wood-block:: hand-cut style.CLOUD-WEAVE 79 sheets printedand ,.
were In Oviedo last Tuesday visitIng 73 envelopes plain-$1.23.
,'FtCE! SuPPLIES and Mrs. L.: E. Jordan. a parchment style paper with smart Initial pr mono-
Typewrlt- Mr
Dl.boilS n adding machine ribbons gram50 LAID-CHECK--a sheets printed check 50 pattern envelopes richappearingstock plain-$1.25. DEL MONTE] SUGGESTIONS

paper, typewriter paper Mrs. T. A. Brlnson and daughter in white or tan. In the new Baronial size. BO
"g Machine paper, second Miss Patsy, of Hugh and Mrs. P. Q.Brlnaon sheets printed, 50 envelopes plain Jl,25.
w t1 on sale at the Bradford of Baldwin were guests PINEAPPLE No. 2# Can 22c elionfe

Telegraph office. Phono Tuesday of Mrs. Hulda Corpen- Order for graduation delivery must. be In our office ,
tf nanoQUAt1T
ing by Friday April 12. DEL MONTE MELBA HALVES:!'


lit-Dark About 700 pounds.10 brown mule.Gray Weighs spot In Hall Mrs.and L. S.daughter Hutto and Sharon Mrs.,A.have H. PEACHES No. 2/ Can 22c '

years old.' Notify returned from a visit with rela- BRADFORD COUNTY ,
Celrer, Box 20 Rt. 1 Starke. tives in Orangeburg, South Caro- DEL MONTE-NO. Z 1-$: CAN I'

CI-I!: have lina. They were accompanied
taken over the
n known a. BIO'. Lunch and home by Mrs O. P.. Hutto, who TELEGRAPH BARTLETT PEARS 22"5 Pound . 30c
::: Station. Your business will spend sometime here with heron

ePPreclated. Yours truly. and daughter-in-law, Mr. and

Tholnes. .Up. Mrs..Hutto.. 7;ash

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FRIDAY, APRIL ;
FLORIDA s.i
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE -
: SIX:
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,, Pulpwood SupplyIn -*W EBBB* S" irr.mi* "nans* unni n AMAZE A MINUTE-'


This Section r I SCIENTIFACTS -::. BY ARNOLD

Surveyed By State' STATE NEWS h
: LIVE ==--
FARMERS SECTION --
; The Southern Forest Experi- ARCTIC
ment Station, a branch of the U. S. News of Florida In Short ParagraphsTKIPLJS gtesr &PEDlTl J
,
Conducted by Demonstration Agents Forest Service, recently completeda i I OVER 1.000 WARS 4GO 0:

preliminary pulpwood survey in 1 'a t CIRCLeD TIll NORTH CAp ::
northeastern COun4 I'
the twenty-one oifcovMc
--- R TIll WHIT 5,7
-
ties of the State including Brad- ---- r TOSSING. WITH TK. a,.,? ,!I-

ford County. The land area surveyed -1- YOLKED EGO GET FREEDOM 1 q RUS TEam EVES BEEN..Tl'*'<
was approximately nine anda TALLAHASSEE Thirty-elgh i

RURAL I Hints To Housewives half million acres. The data Is ST. PETERSBURG-For old pullet fifteen own- convicts who were serving sentences 'f "r ''W-ar: '.....
months
four
based on the measurement of tim days a from one year to r"1 L1
ed R. T. Pilkington has laid a ranging
by
COMMON SENSE ber on 11,906 quarter-acre sample life imprisonment, yesterday walk-
third day.
Demonstration
Home every
from triple-yoked
Weekly egg
plots systematically established on in Florida, wearIng Ir
ed out of prison
'i" By SPUDS JOHNSON Specialist, Tallahassee cruise lines ten miles apart. ton Each says.yoke has a white, Pilking- new suits and with *10 In their

Three distinct forest-type groups pockets. They were prisoners
.
'Ir CHANGES IN SYSTEM ANY DAY CAN BE FISH DAY were reported as sources of pulp- STRONGER whose appeals for clemency met
BRING IMPROVEMENT Friday has been net aside from wood, namely, slash and longleaf PENALTIESTALLAHASSEEEnactment favor at the last meeting of the

IN CATTLE INDUSTRY time Immemorial as the day to eat pine predominating, loblolly and of state pardoning board Twenty-one

.,jil./;i "If you can't lick 'em, JIne 'em," fish. Why should people In Flor- other plnea, and hardwoods. The laws providing stronger penaltiesfor of the prisoners were released at .

1a said to be a policy followed by ida leave fish for that one day's present standing volume, based on men who fail to support their Ralford. Others were liberated at

t1i. some successful politicians. Successful menu, when we have such a vari- this cruise for the above species, wives and children may be proposed highway construction camps scat- I I

IJr.1 f farmers vary that slightly ety of fish at our disposal and Is approximately thirty-one and a to the Legislature by Senator tered about the state, and at the I

and say, "If you can't overcomea could use them several times dur- half million cords. This Is the estimated Hodges of Tallahassee. state hospital In Chattahoochee.

'H\ difficulty In one way, try an ing the week to good advantage? volume of standing timber -

{' other." Fish has long been recognized as I suitable for conversion into pulp- SUICIDE FOLLOWS RAID IS LIFERS DIED

,:; The appearance of a new pest in a valuable protein food and one wood. Wood-u lng Industries established TAMPA-Charles Killian, 61, TALLAHASSEEEighty per- 1

an area nearly always has necessitated which can even be eaten by those I prior to any demand for nabbed In the,federal government'sillicit sons sentenced- life Imprisonment -

.1' changes In the farm practices demanding a diet easily digested. pulpwood will l utilize a major por- liquor drive told agents were released on paroles, u GOLD -a
1 of the area with respect to There are so many kinds of fish tion of this timber In the usual when he was...-arrested Saturday he pardons or commutations of sen- .s ..t-i '1' AND SILVER ft,'I

,1 the crop or livestock products affected available and so many methods for course of their business. would never go on trial on charges tence from the state prison duringthe ARE MILLED TO PIIVfjff

g ", by the pest. The boll weevil preparing them Into delicious dishes The Florida Forest Service cooperates -' of violating the internal revenue : two years of 1933 and 1934. a DISHONMT PFO9tl MOSS

';. cauHed cotton growers to plant that one can add Interest, variety with landowners in preventing laws. Police later found him dead, I Thirteen persona sentenced to life PARING PRECIOUS foIrT,1I'1IOfIoI
stands to get I and food value to a family a bullet in him brain. TIll KDGEi.
: early and leave thick and suppressing forest Imprisonment died in the prison : I
an early crop of cotton ahead of meal by using fish often. fires in order that the supply of +-_- during the two years, and seven .. I
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the weevil. Other Instances of In cooking fish, we usually thinkof slash pine, the predominating pine 570,708 GALLONSTALLAHASSEELegal were executed in the electric chair. I

"iv': complete change In farming sys broiling, frying or baking as used for pulpwood, may continueto liquor Among these latter was Gulseppe ; "m
,\ the method to be used.! Dishes pre meet this demand. Blank AntonJ.
\ consumed in Florida in the first 'Zangara who killed Mayor
numerous. of the
pared properly by either spaces, In the slash pine region, three months after state prohibition Cermak of Chicago in an attempt -
so it la not unreasonable to above methods are delicious and will not reseed nor will the saplings repeal was reported by the to assassinate President

4. expect rather drastic changes in appetizing. grow as rapidly where fire beverage department today as Roosevelt at Miami on Feb. 15, "
d the livestock industry of Florida asa There are other ways of cooking are allowed to burn. The landowners 579,702 gallons In addition, 121- 1933. -- -
fly fish, such as In chowders, soups, and the public are urged fermented wines- .
: result of the screw worm 220 gallons of
'f::1!. Since cattle were first brought to croquettes and the like, which lend by State Forester Harry Lee Ba above the 32 alcoholic percentagewere EXPECT !MORE AID cause they returned when<< they I I females, In lots of fifty and 10)>),

,\ Florida by the Spaniards In 1565, themselves to still greater varietyIn ker to prevent forest fires, and otherwise sold TALLAHASSEEFlorida's found no food. But when he caughthis Rosa says he can and It the expired
'\iJ the predominant method of cattle the diet. Fish may be served at care for the forests in order Constitution prohibits the State dog burying a bone in the middle order comes through he t
1" tfc" breakfast, lunch, dinner, light sup that the Industries of his living room floor, after
'i raising in this state has been < anticipated pulp ROOSEVELT LUCKYMIAMIPresident from making a direct appropriation I probably spend a good part of
turn them free In the woods and per, picnics or banquets. The following will find sufficient timber Roosevelt reports for relief but officials here do the door had been blown open, he I

ut' on the open ranges. The climate sauces are nice to serve to: justify erection of their plants "considerable success" In his not expect this to stop the flow called it quits. time prowling around old w

l'i!' of the state, which permitted the with broiled, fried or baked fish: In Florida. fishing. He was off Man'oWarBay of Federal relief funds despite the piles, deserted out buildings, u

,. cows to run outdoors all year, and Tomato Sance of Great Inagua Island In the recent statement of Federal Ad- HEADS FLORIDA D. A. R. other localities where the "BIWidow"

'bk which supplied grasses for grazing Take 1 cup strained tomato, 1 Carl J. Jackson, Orange County; Bahama group}lust week ready to ministrator Harry L. Hopkins, that PENSACOLA Mrs. Guy V. usually makes her I boa
f: over most of the year, favored this tablespoon fat, 1 tablespoon cornstarch commissioner is new President haul In traps set Just at sunset Florida must contribute to the Williams, Miami, heads the FlorIda -

i: policy. The cattle were rounded 1 slice onion, salt and pep- Florida State Association of Coun yesterday for a new catch. A message program. If the 1933 Legislature Daughters of the American NOTICE

'If up once or twice a year-In the per to taste. ty Commissioners succeeding J. P. last night from the Presidentto sets aside funds for Improvements Revolution as regent, succeedingMrs. :Notice Is hereby given to
,
"f and In the Put the tomato through a sieve. [ Murdock Ebert of Lake claimant against the Natal.
time hero State institutions and cities and
spring at branding Harlee, Bradenton-C. H. Over temporary headquarters at Henry Stephens, deceased., to t
time and in the Moisten the cornstarch and add to the Wales. Mrs Williams was chosen claim with the JIK
fall at marketing Santa Rosa reported the fishing luck. counties do their part in aiding your County <
, # man, County, con
seasoned tomato. at the final session of the annual of Bradford County within 'I
time-but were the heated and officials here believe the i
G'' fall at marketing tinues as secretary-treasurer. needy, month from date herei, or I u
,'> not given much supervision at other Scald the onion In the sauce, removing WANT NO POLL TAX: Federal Government will continueto convention here. The organization will be barred by law. Ihle llu15th
times. It before the sauce Is serv- TAMPA-The Florida League of finance the labor for the work, selected Jacksonville aa Its next 1938.

1 f But it seems that a system ed. Tampa chosen permanent location Women Voters, at the closing session thus providing relief for the un- annual meeting place. Other officers DEWITT Admlnl.'r.t"C. JONES' '

_ which baa prevailed for 870 years Mustard Sauce for Florida's A Century of of their two-day meeting here, employed. elected Included: Mrs. R. S. a-15.4t.4-5.

Is due for a change. If the screw Use 3-4 cup vinegar, l-4 cup water Progress Exhibit which was visited adopted a resolution urging abolition REFUGEE Abernathy, Winter Haven, recordIng -
Ir by more than ten millions of DUST secretary; Mrs. D. M. Wright: leOTl'E7THM. '
cornstarch,
of the tax
'worm fly continues to ravage llve- 1 1-4 tablespoons poll as a require- STATE OF FLORIDA OR 1
,stock In Florida an It has during 1 L teaspoon ground mustard 2 tablespoons World's Fair patrons. ment for voting to encourage hon FORT LAUDERDALE It Bartow, auditor. WHOM IT MAY coo.nRS.: :
,Jif, and 1-2 teaspoon taken the plight of fields Hurt, erstwhile > Notice le hereby given that
fat est elections. The action
; the past year or two-and' ento- was April 17th, A. D. 1U35. 'nl TkO'clock
Biologists generally believe that It aalt. 2 tablespoons finely chopped Rlchlands, Inc., Pahokee, has after an address by A. B. Carlton, Kansas farmer, with an accent WANT SPIDERS P. M, or as Bonn thereat
the "erstwhile." The dust OCALA Rosa Allen of the ae ran be heard the umlenOiinriit
r on ,
| Wlll cattlemen will of necessity pickle may be added. leased 600 acres Pelican Bay submerged Tampa attorney, urging the move to apply to Honorable A.Adklni .
anl- the storm refugee arrived here last Florida Reptile Institute, recently : Judge of the 26th 1, Judli
.i give more attention to their This sauce ia excellent for bakedor lands off Okeechobee by coming legislature.
' r I week, looking for a home. It was received an inquiry from the Uni- Circuit Court, In Ma office In Start
'f :: m ale. Fencing and feeding will\ bo broiled fish.Maitre spend sixty thousands dollars im -.- Bradford county, Florida fore n'
when the dust of Kansas If he
all right piled so ersity asking
NEAR der authorizing the undernlgnrf
more than formerly, d' Hotel Sauce mediately In drainage farm opera RIOT
: required I l TAMPA-An into high his pigs walked across the could supply them with living adopt Allen Oppe t''B.EaCur'
Three tablespoons investigation
a{1, That means also that cattle ralar Cream together lemon the distribution of a' quantity of drifts and out of the pig pen. Be- "Black, Widow" spiders, adult, I-U-lIt-4-h
ers will give attention on an Increased butter, 1 tablespoon
';
''t' scale to procuring Improved juice, 1.2 teaspoon salt, and 1 tailespoon tions.QOOR spoiled meat' to families on FERA I

f1 tf!" blood and building up their finely chopped parsley. If CHILD relief which preclclptated a near I
tf' herds The native cows do prettyil desired ; riot recently was launched by
FERA officials here. J. M. Williams
\ well on the range, but when feed0' This sauce resembles soft butter Am
ran SCHOOL executive officer said
district ,
' ing and management are required, ; and is to be spread on the hot
\C better grade animals are the' only meat, so the fat will be melted. "" "* Sr Dt. ALLSN a IMLANDIMnmr. that investigators would delve into Buy them at the
J>.?M W KWi* Bfamhj every angle of the Incident, including
:K ones which will pay. Cucumber Sauce If.* /<".>iXH O._ ft HtUf LarNMLearning from
the source of supply "
,4 Numbers of purebred bulls al- Take 1 grated cucumber, 1-2 cup >
t Health For A which the meat came.
2 tablespoons
Into Flor- whipping cream
'Z: ready have been brought .
;\ Ida. Doubtless this movement towards lemon Juice, 1-. teaspoon salt.Add PurposeThe SENATE GETS AIR WORLD'S LOWEST PRICESSave

V;,; purebreds will be continued Beat the cream until stiff.and then I Idea Is not new, but it tookan TALLAHASSEE-Senator W. C.
)* and inlarged, and the quality of the acid and salt slowly ingenious teacher to put it into Hodges, nominee for president ol
,
t beef produced In Florida consequently old In the grated cucumber effect. the state senate, announced he had *

't will be much Improved. It Horse Radish Sauce small)) high abandoned his plans to broadcast !
The place wa a
horseradish, on operating costs too
Use .3 tablespoons
that native
Yil! has already been shown school. To make up over state radio station WRUF the ,
\:1 beef of good quality is accepted 1 tablespoon vinegar, 1.. teaspoonalt standard teams full proceedings of the senate session

f >r readily by the markets. }, and 4 tablespoons heavyream nearly every student beginning Tuesday. Instead

. t : beaten stiff. had to participate. he said, there will be, at the end

'te The"light from the sun reaches Mix the add first the three beaten ingredientsand cream.dtUR L Their opponents, the I of the morning session each day, I' '

jl I our earth In 499 seconds then larger schools, had "a' fifteen minute resume of what

.--- 1 1v1u the advantage in the senate has done that day In the ,

m II. \ numbers and facil way of legislation." r
see ities. But the spiritwas .-' II The most important conaidentNof
I.' } I rri there, so they set out to make OLDSTERS MARRIED 4 '
all in and
up for their shortcomings. And I ST. PETERSBURG Before a buying opera'trucb

a they did it by making a thorough crowd of mote than 1,000,>the larg N is economy. Economy of fuss cost*
t .
nS t 4hI .: Rudy of healthful living., est gathering ever to witness swedding R b operating cost. And the most economical trod

t The principal of that school told in this city, George J.
i' P re '0 I observed of Berea Ohio and on the market today are-Chevrokt< T
79
y I me that every pupil knew and Yesberger, e < '' '
H the rules of nutrition. Mrs Ester E. Mitchell, 69, were They sell at the world's lowest price.

. } loO"j I Smoking was taboo. Dances and married here. The wedding of the '
give maximum too.bet'
k + parties were shortened, more study veteran Three Quarter Century Sec/on De/ivery/ operating economy,

i was done at school and the radio Club diamond ball team captain to i they're powered by valve-in-head gii-clmJ'
((107' Wh lfco
was turned off at a stated hour his one-time"playmate climaxed a engines. And they will keep on saving J l'
when the Importance of sleep was friendship of 63 years which began
learned. Candy and sodas were when the pair wet at Yesberger's money day after day and year after j

PIRTILIZERS.BRADFORD definitely out. Colds received early home in Bert!. because Chevrolet builds so much extra qiutand
care. In brief, it was just a case .
rugged into them that tha
r of common sense application with- BOOI& AUECLEAltTALLAHASSEE reliability

out overemphasis. Anyway It Comptroller ) service Is as carefree as their prices and ofating

worked. J. M., Lee last week said he was ka At
COUNTY costs are low. See Chevrolet
r Neat wale Dr. Inland win rft*. mailing ''outchecka:'to cover ,the e o .1 your *
-,. nun eM large tubjtet ofgrwtnd plot/- State ,of ,Florida's last past due S n < and get the right truck for your job at

sold afs and tow t* m"oicIIF I obll&atlon..ltiavtng! the books clear "S toorWg lowest prices.

and Intelligent ideas. except for current accounts. He
GOOD SEED, good soil t'
feeding are the roads that lead direct to said ha was-'repaylng six banks CHEVROLET MOTOR CO.. DETROIT Ml3"W *

quality crops. The achievement can be YOUR 1237,247 aa the final inatalment P', .e ci..4l.Irr.eWleBee..... W err C. M*..C
If the feeding Is don on an original sum of approximately I .
certain ,
mad more szl a.p Mr A"-.."*M... KefaeMMLBK
}ft with Ideal Fertilizers the complete $600.000 which the banks advanced -

st' plant food that has produced outstanding to pay' bills for purchasesat
results throughout Florida for more BREATH HAS State Institutions back in 1928

1 and 1929.
1 : .

r Ideal Fertilizers make Try them. ThereIs !t Suspension
a brand of Ideal Fertilizer to meet the orders against nineteen officials in 114-Too Stoke, $740 +
fl exacting requirements of every crop. Ali FEEL WELL the state, along with appointmentsof lairw't aal

You can depend upon these reliable scores of others, will be pre
time-tested, quality-producing fertilizers. ,., win w w* ... mull,.., ear.fend rasa...this*,e : sented to the1 1933 senate by Governor t"' ,. .awJal
Our -
<- Use Ideal Fertilizers for all crops. ,, .a...our T MMlne be..ls cut .. eet month aa4 emit : Sholtz;. The appointments Jetty w lie ..... 4 -
_* Mh .R 9 md --. We feel the pass .. this i include Democratic nominees to rH'kn S!
,. near wYJ.p
teeny all er.r mm ke4 It r '
.' "" Sat .-.I far ayWas. such officers\ circuit Judgo; state r.. ..:.. l lArd.a.'d,
'wbeVewkM the fan 4eea*tm UW kovelel I .d- ..era Pr+..
TOOMER FERTILIZER attorney an fothers. Three Dade
&
WILSON CdP t at n'tia. ....
t wall, _h_ we rat toe vile, m_ bill r e..s
Jacksonville, Florida filler era"t dleeat It. What I. the Ml* JuleetIt County offers' names are among -
le aI:1 ->Sal dlpriw Jeiee la eei those suspended since the 1933 legislative
body pi.le e* H are Oowlae free
eur -H.er lau eM> u"ile ever* eVur.mi .< setuton. They are Dan
>.emn>":> nt hard and mieUpeled mmm Hurdle suspended a. sheriff Octo-
',, ., ewr feed eeum !. eor M feet edIn. ,
.-...- Tkle -., ..nd. BoKOB ell em ber 17. 1933; Bob Simpson, suspended '
sir W4r .eery elx BrtBotea I as tax collector, August 22,
Wkem env frlewia men OC" Lad 1tNadt ,
1934 and E. C. Collins, suspendedas
(tie* v* doe/I) ead .. teal IDle a .WmM I
MO' 1'1: : 'hf"tA ... ..'. takeUvaaMM. criminal court
... !. nee a aieulagaet e* judge January
.
Cat a* the eauae. Take --'.I 191935.National. ADVKirrUCHO'
Uttta vkeekaeaMy e arl tte,
Iv I LOCAL SELLING AGENTS U'rsPuy tatea. M -e-aaatMaa .
CARL JOHNS STARKE, FLA. t.M re*" aassd** *." t...ta
monument Wedon's
on
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J. 8. NORMAN LAWTEY FLA. U- .- '" -, -- ,.. landing, being advance dby St, Petersburg. -
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5, 1935 BRADFORD C"'t7NTY TELEGRAPH. STABKE: FLORIDA 4 PAGE SEVEN'

t AFRIL ,-_- __ ___.______ ._ __u.______ _____u__ __ ___, ., ,_ _,_ .' ___ ,1";
I IK6 I -. I
DIRECTOR tenJants. some of whom could not I UIIKN IS M\N EDUCATED

CIILRCU I bo present because of Illness, was When he can look out upon the ,I'
CIICRCII

itS ev< ,T C R.\PTIST H. Price o'clock, Pastor a. m, ketter Box The Story of the Bible Told in Pictures made Because of the interest In th(' "I now universe dark, and now terrible lucid and'Ith a lovely sense .,f

day Scno!>I. 10 subject for next week some from of his own littleness In tae great :' t

Tbol supt. quite a distance have esprca&cU:; scheme of things and yet have t
IDtngV"rshtp.. 11 a. J?, hat: they expect: to te present andLkcauae I faith and courage. When he knows

p 11 a:43ning : p. m. Starke Fla. -,. s: the teaching; Is Horn llu' how to make friends and keep ,
Worship 8 p. In.g March 26 1835. Word it should be of much Interest them and above all when he can ?

Teachers Meeting, Wednes- Dear Editor: to all at this time; therefore keep friends with himself. Whenhe ';11

All Intelligent\ people who "se "Who-so-evcr'\ will" may hear the loves flowers, can hunt the birds .
-30.week: p Grayer aervlce,. We
,', m. supporters of the temperance the outcome of Germany." Bibles a forgotten joy In the laugh of n
cause. The following quotation carried and marked with references child. When star-crowned trees,

jIcthooiiTchurchB verify this assertion: would be of Interest and the glint of sunlight on flowIng -

M Montgomery, Fastoi "People,laugh and sniff at those .-.- waters, subdue him like the

Sc\1ool-10 a. m. who do not drink. It la quite na \\'. E. YAKKOKOrail memory of one much loved and 'J
day Worshlp-ll a. m. tural. When a small minority undertakes ., r long dead. When he can be happy i
ning News of the death of W. E Yar-
:
League- :.45 p. m. anything the large maJorlty alone, and high-minded amid the
Orm rshlp-7SO: p. m. stands by and watches then yy borough came aa! a distinct shockto meaner drugerles of life. Whenhe

Ding Invited to all these servFre. with ridicule. But this ridicule relatives and lends here, the can look into a wayside puddle $
are wire stating that he died Wednesday
and see something besides mud,
and, for part I
ceases my alwayi
In it of night March 27, In a hospitalIn and Into the face of the most for- d
something
see approbation!
.',jtTrTun"Church. ,No one should fear this acorn. One< Pittsburgh, PRo The body arrived loin mortal and see something beyond J
Lowry, Minister, here Sunday morning accom- sin. When he knows how Fn
George H. should be proud of finding oneself; ;
:School. panied by Edward C. Johnson, of live how to love, how to hope,
Im m.Sabbath Iin the minority. It Is the minority
a Worship; the HOBS Manufacturing Compa. how to pray-.glad to live and not .I
MMorning which originates and
: progress any
:
00 A fly afraid to die, in his hand a swordfor
pastor. tep forward, and it is the lack of
the "
by I The funeral was held Sunday
n evil in his heart bit of '
Christian Eu'p. a song 1\\
Junior which Is found the .
II p. m. progress among afternoon at three-thirty at the Joseph Fort Newton
I great majority who merely repeal I home of Mr. Yarborough's mother-
+
r.d ,Evening Worship. the customs of their ancestors," 4
m in-law Mrs R. S. Fernando, the Miami Bench hotel, apartment

I flea I Thos. Masaryk President of Czech- !IL' Rev George H. Lowry of the First rentals lowered April 1, for summer -
First ('hrI ChurchV. oslovakia. +FatC q ,. Presbyterian Church conductingthe .

J\\\ > T. :McGuIre, Pastor ""Whiskey! The world's biggest service. The Interment was In 1
graveyard Is his He Is lord of thPotter's < Crosby Cemetery by the side of :NO'IKH "I" "M'lM.ICA'H0VOH :\
School 10 a. m. T\\: l>.:KitNOTICFI ..
le Field, and writes epitaph rK l' his beloved wife Louise Fernando '
I" 1IKHEBY
m. OIVfiM.
jnmunlon 11 a. 7 m.a'er that end in despair! ,Arthur Bris ? v +' 'i' .. Yarborough, the burial service being That J. ,,]. Tho" .,, holder of Tits ,
p.
ristlan Endoavor bane t r I'xrllflinto No NK, nth? AUKUHI -
: -. In charge of the Masons The i d.'Z\t
meeting Wednesday! 7S: ( A. O. 10.i'l.: has tiled oortlflnt .
'"Liquor stills childhood laughter, Rev. F. M. Taylor led In the 1m- < In my offlre unit made nl>l>ltiM- ,
stifles the music of home, defies his ton\ fur tax cl to U.u.. theromi '.
slve rites that consigned
Second Sunday 11 and ? aJesus pro In urilMitcte with '"w. Nerd r..rllf- r
eachlng : law, misleads,, Innocence Henry It body to the ground and commended beat *nil iucM the following Cscribed ,-
8 p. m I W. Grady. c his soul to his Maker. Handsome pruporty situated In Bradford j
Florida, to-wltt Ihn
li ',
CHURCH) "It Is not the last drink that floral pieces and baskets of Ka.t Co..nlYr f of North-Went Quurtitr ; ,,
WOODPTIST of Hnuthwimt Quaitor of Hoi'Unit\
..'. L. G. Hemingway, Pastor ruins a man, but the first."-Pres. Walk on the Water.-Following the feeding of the !five thousand, Jesus prepared to depart across Spring blossoms covered the new- One Township six Mouth, Itanvu

In every Sunday. Blbl A, T Hadley."I the sea of Galilee. "And straightway Jesus constrained His disciples to get Into a ship, and to go before Him ly made grave Twvnty-ono, I2unt ices Containing Twenty -
'Ices acres more or
Iy 13 a. m. Morning Wor discovered thesame .la true unto the other side, while He sent the multitudes away. He went up into a mountain apart to prayi and W B. Yarborough was born No- The AHMPimment of mild property i
10:: Evening Worship, of everyone that the mind works when the evening was came He was there alone. But the ship was now In the midst of the sea, tossed withwaves vember 27, 1876, near Durham, under the said certificate 1 I Is.u.tt: was ,i

11 a m best and produces the most satisfactory t for the wind was contrary. And In the fourth watch of the night, Jesus went unto them, walking en Missouri. For over thirty years he In Unlemi the name Haiti. of eitiricata Jan. tined shall wine.he re.

p. m. to all these serv. I results without any alcohol the sea. And when the disciples saw Him walking OB the sea, they were troubled, saying: It is a spirit; and wns connected with the BOSH Man- deemed according to law, tax. de,.d
lu are Invited : whatever, Chauncey M. De- they cried out for fear. But straightway Jeans pake. onto them, saying, Be of good cheer; It Is II be not ufacturing Company, of New York, will l 1",,uo thereon. on the 17th, it.iy
of U 193A.
pew o.frafd.-Matt. 141 22-23. This illustration la front HcrUn'i story of the Bible In pictures, engraved in with headquarters In Pittsburgh Dated) I.lh1. JJl'il', day; of Mann: A.
1625-1630. Pa, He served his country as a D. 18JS. ;
"There can be no liberty with soldier In the Spanish-American A. J. TIIOMAH.

I alcohol"Legalizing as king the Conrad manufacture Bluhm. ,, ance When he asks the price ol 'taxes: -state, county and city. League plan would make Floridathe War About twenty years ago he Clerk Urmdfurd; of t'Ireuit County,Court Kim.\l<,latOKKICIAt. I
JONES to Florida and each has H lAt.) ,,
OB came year
sale, and use of Intoxicating bever land. he Is given ridiculously high 2. Force economy. In govern place. of his time here. 1-19-111-.26
l and tells ment. -- -.-- spent a portion l
and he drives on -
la as all history and figures, l'New '
a wrong
Here ages leaves two little 1 1If
On
\ommenl8 realization of the MISSION H\tL Mr Yarborough
development of the traffic his friends to stay away. It must 3. Through
And every proves It to be-a moral, social,, not be forgotten that prospective above objectives vastly Increase The second anniversary of the daughters, Fay Louise and Mary Kidneys I
IIereafter'J Mission In Alice on whom he lavished hla d-
God's own land buyers are more vary now construction vestment.and com- founding of the Gospel
and political wrong.-In factions and labored for their flnanctul ,oq oould Ind* yuur vlMted.. tired ami "
time prohibition will be organizedInto than formerly and that their mercial activity. Starke was held Tuesday eveningIn lair Klein we for new on.. you would auin. .
ot 4. the the Mission Hall. The assembly support In his last hours _U..llyg.trldefMehlnt.lnrN.r.ou.a.e. ,"
philosophy Rapidly Increase perma-
ie educational law and woven Into the fabric purses are lighter. IMni,,_. Rh.um.U.m. numbny. tw-hh. and
of our schools and col- Insttutlons.AbrahamLincoln. \ Is Florida'sgreatest nent population of the state, re- room was comfortably filledto hilt thoughts were of his children 1<-U".UonaIllldd.. ....*........ .
any rank and of our The lovely cnmate In the construction of thou hear the message In store, and and\ according to his request his .I,? ti... 11oaant..1 Vue_. .-W p- ;
accepted by the sulting & __ y
If -
', asset, and with Its help beside l dial CYIITU (IJ ). M..II. ""'
of Americans. will wreck our To be happy one must have vigorous the pine woods soil is made productive. sands of homes It !Is quite safe to nay that no one boily WitH wife.brought here to rest pale Idsnrs.n ..... MWav__
his
The behavioristic phlloso- and Its program would" ,, be initiatedby went away disappointed -
n health, ability to think ., The taxes are less here thatanywhere I Masons were pallbearers
The
which la being taught in some ol small holdings, this first step:' Pastor Fo... Lubin of the Woodstock following
study Independently a sense else; only
lerniUeg and colleges and ever self- the Have the legislature pass a Baptist Church, Jacksonville : F. F. Stump, T. N. Ken- When Your Heed t:
of safety virgin
service, a sense are needed, breaking up ride L. O. Powell, J, M. Mitchell,
,
joint resolution authorizing a con-
schools Is the phlloso- most timely warningon
)me high control, self-reliance kindness,, soil !is a small matter comparedwith delivered a
and A. J. Thomas
of the devil. The devil toldm and and stitutional amendment, to be voted Satan and warned his hearers A. S Crews
most state
cooperation 1 that of other ,
sportsmanship
and Eve to express themes upon at the 1933 general election not to be deceived that Satan Is DeWltt C. Junes Company, morticians l- Feels "Stuffy" :
loyalty. The use of alcohol Is an the mildness of the seasons make 'I In of arrangementsM.VNl'KL ,
to do as they pleased, tc unfailing enemy to health and happiness living conditions easy. However,, eliminating all nd valorem not a hideous creature but on the' I : charge +___ ''I

Independent of God and toe : It Impairs nerves and It requres stamina, hard work and 1 taxes-city, county and state- contrary comes In most beautiful DEER Apply Va-cto-nol'' i

gods out of themselves. Inr brain, tends to overwork the some capital to bring a new farm other than" special assessments for and attractive form and Is there- I ...Ju c a few drop.

words he told them "Yout heart, decreases muscular efficiency to productiveness, and that fact benefits. fore the most dangerous Mr. Lu- Funeral services were conducted Vs-tro-nol J l

need any big boss to tell you Interferes with mental work, should not be omitted from any ad Such action would take from the bin has made a special study of I In Plant City last Wednesday ? pens
Into
!' deep
It to do" This devil phlloso- lowers disease resistance and causes vertising. To simply tell the hon 1479 boards and commissions now prophecy and gave a splendid out- afternoon from the Springhead ,,. ,r traces :f.

has been accepted by many; higher death rate. est truth about Florida is "spiel" existing In the state the power to line on this also. Church for young Manual Dees a? the noelreduus peuigee, ,

ge professors and this phlloso- Very truly I sufficient. levy, collect and spend ad valorem The music was just the kind to four-year old son of Mr. and Mrs.C swollen ,4

has to a great or less extent Publicity Chairman, Is tendency to taxes and would ,Mcu ltate =a lift one spiritually and was Indeeda I .M.. Dees, who died at his homo membranes, clear r
I there
eated the thought life of the W. C. T, U.Starke I ward Since Improving the a roadsides, the complete revision of the state's tax I treat Mr. William Netting, also there last Tuesday from Injuries away clogging mu-| ,

on I -. should bs structure. a member of Woodstock Church which resulted In lockjaw I Mt\ cut, bring welcome 1relief.
dwellers along the routes I CC their buildings Florida needs such a revision Jacksonville, with violin and Mrs. Interment wall made In the family \
Induced to repair .
He philosophy of Jesus says,, ; Fla. much and more and more people are Melvin Futch of Lawtey Baptist plot In the Springhead Ceme *
their ,
premises
and clean I Two
up sue*
strain yourself, deny yourself,, March 30 1935 be done without any coming to realize that the only Church at piano gave several tery. generous )
of which can ...JO and .
rol The early school be beautifully sacred number .besldea Survivors are his parcsts, one / So/
yourself. Editor; Telegraph, I outlay. The cemeteries are manner in which It can brought I
hers In America, even though Dear Sir: cleaned money at stated,, Intervals; about la l to do away with the pres- the accompaniment of the congregational ulster Jacqueline, three brothers UtIO IN TIM ,,H
of them not Christians foot for up singing. Mi. Noltlng: C .M. Jr". William and Charlie '
e were The movement now on then should the homes of the ent system.A HUM PRCVINT MANY COLDS
spUd to some extent at least an advertising campaign for FlorIda why,. ? An appearance more fair and equitable formof master of many Instruments rendered Dees all of Springfield '.

philosophy ot Jesus and taught' seems incongruous when wo living of be neatness neglected attracts, while taxation must be found-a form a piano selection also all of __ ___m____ .

n the school room. The 'men consider that this state has been And though we that will reach the bulk of the which In expression proved him a
repels.
B> made this nation great and advertised more than any other In slovenliness not people rather than a small percentage consecrated Christian artist.
It
be Is necessary j'
men who put the pillows of out the Union. Ponce de Leon made to may announce poor it from the house tops. as In the present case with The short report made of the

llzatlon down deep and strong the first balllhoo for her 400 years n: t:. LAGERGREN. ad valorem carrying the burden. Mission work for the year showed "
"a men educated in the phlloso-\ ago. The Indian wars gave rise Commenting on what would oc- fifty-two Bible studies held with SPECIALOFFER

of self restraint and self con- to novels in Europe, and Florida cur should Florida remove all ad fin average attendance of thirty- .J'

The philosophy of .self, exbslon .. with her Everglades, Seminoles/ St. Augustine, Fla. valorem taxes, Mr. Watts of James six persons present. The average ,

-to do a. you please-has and I natural wonder. became P. O. Box 13 Stewart & Company one of the being a gain of sixteen over last. ,

ned America Into & nation, ol known all over the world. Later April 1, 1935., country's biggest contracting concerns year. .

breakers. It has;' filled out she became advertised through e Mr. E. L. Matthews, Editor, says: "If FloiUla should exempt A simple, though attractive and '

ons with Juvenile criminals. activities of Disston, Broward., Bradford County Telegraph, all property from ad valor artistic, arrangement of ferns, and .

s country has got to get back Flagler, Borden, the du Ponts, Edison Starke,' Florida. em taxation, you folks down here baskets. and bowl of cut flowers I' i 1f

its old time educational think- and the Rlngllnga. St. Au My dear. Mr,Matthews: could not build fences high enoughto added to the pleasant appearance t

and to its old time moral stand gustine. Palm Beach, Miami _are We wish to thank you for the keep the people out. People of the meeting place. ,

< or we are' doomed. world famous pleasure resorts, and favorable publicity afforded this want to live In a place where they An expression of appreciation
'* '. the multitude of tourists coming organization In connection with are not taxed to death." by the founders, for the prayers 1

ecently a very brilliant news- here! every winter testify to Flori our recent visit to Kingsley Lake, And the Florida Tax Revision and cooperation of the regular at- ..
of Dr. B. L. Biggs .1l'
and the kindness
per woman is quoted as having da's renown. .
d.l "Every generation must But the best advertisements are for use of hU cottage and facili-

ke Its own code of morals If her products--oranges, grapefruit,, ties.It ('
a woman was correctly quoted,, celery, potatoes, strawberries and Is regretted that due to last i

s said the most dangerous thingis early vegetablea, which show that I minute change of schedule In returning iI4'I4',

possible to say. The prlbcl- Florida Is not "a land of sand a I It was necessary that an .
of but that she has' early hour of departure be set, this I4'e'
8
right and wrong are eterIt humbug! grand, Next Week
has always been wrong to productive sol la aa well as a mild in view of the fact that the convoywas Begins r
re
Jacksonville on
al. therefore, the Bible Bays,, climate. routed via j
hou shalt not steal." It It not The boom of 1925 certainly furnished turn. ,
ng to steal just because It says testimony aa to the atate It can be truthfully stated that :

the Bible "thou shall not steal" being well and favorably known, I every man present for this outing I "AFTER OFFICE HOURS"DON'T r;

it is in the Bible "Thou .halt though, unhappily It turned out toe I had a, most enjoyable stay and .
steal" because It .la wrong to a temporary backset Instead of' hope for a similar visit at an early 1\.

al. It has always been wrong s benefit A psychological quirk date.

murder therefore God says that defies explanation prompted Very truly yours,
ton nhalt not murder.". It was'rag swarms of people from all over the George F. Kendrick, :. IT'SYOUR 1000 BERRY TICKE'TS$1.50t

to murder before the com- land to come here to buy property, Captain, 124th Infantry, w

nclment against murder was glvt and that without any special advertising Commanding.

Mt. Sinai. If every genera- on the part of the state.'heir .

a must make Its own code of eagerness and.. gullibility Tax Revision r Li BIG
rail. then there !. no right andre For they almost begged to be !

la no wrong. That Is' the iwlndled caused many and Being Studied NEW

havioristlc philosophy which lharka to give them just what they I

y. "do as you please." Many wanted In the way of worthless ST. PETERSBURG,,. April 4- SERIAL _r ',

ng people have come to believet land. But after "the rude awak
anything they want they have ening" the opprobiums with which says the St. Petersburg Times, THRILL I
right to have. they assailed the state and her "will find it well worth his while ,

people, was a great sufficiency. to: give more than passing thoughtto ,i
Bee bmlnegg bringing *230.000 The fact that many Floridians statements Issued by the Florida A THIS LOW PRICE ;

""ally into Florida, employing were also swindled and that few of Tax Revision League. t

b: capacity Investment $MIO,- the land sharks made ny money, While the names appearing on
00.
because of coetly' overhead and the letter-heads of the organization GOODONLY '

subsequent law suits, was not are not those of Florida brain' MISSA VIJi
ELP to Improve the bad. feelings ,I
II..EYS enough trusters: or political leaders, they
of the victim are representative citizens residIng -

loot kldn.y. hDcUoa '''badlyshittacks The contemplated advertising In aU sections of the state
'cad J'OU lame, aelaJac campaign should aim to repair\ thedamage President Roosevelt stated 'In a SINGLE r

nWltb of dl tJ1_ the boom unjustly did to speech to the conference of governors !

BatlC' .qty too tnqueD&OIJBI10 the atate-to assure prospective : 'The next proposition .la the WHEN CASH ACCOMPANIES ORDER :
CHAP-
sitting
> up at night, land buyer. of fair "and honest and consolidation of
feet and ank!_ rbeumaUe reorganization
" dealings. There la too much wild.. local government to reduce fie: looked .! each other and laughed In foolish gleet (
re ee the They TER
Ion's fallyUor the state 'to justify
e Dare land'ln taxation cost. This la your prob- "1 like you" Branch wttd. BRADFORD COUNTY 1
hitherto
are. kidnha MUUonaa ft Ugh prices that have lem.'

_ need every.:r..... TIM7. been asked. A tourist,.. traveling Florida 'Tax Revision '
And the
rl0omm.nded tile cOlllltl'7..er.torr _. through the Interminable pinewoods BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
,_ in
11011, -.--...,. finds the farms far apart League proposes 'to tackle It TELEGJtAJJk

present dilapidated '- these four ways: "'. _
and they generally -
,011' $ PILLS and poverty stricken appear- ,1., .IIUJDI: ate_ ,all ,*d valorem !'






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BRADFORDCOUNri.'TELEGRAPR, STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY, APRIL 5i
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and Entered as Second Class NO. E 0.451 ANTISNORING
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Published Weekly on Fridays .lj 1I..r.t.! Florida Press >> -.-

f' Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida THE OBJECT OF THIS INVENTION IS

__ ___ ,, __ ... _____ _,_ __H" IteHiMcltatlo.: Charles R. Barfield
And now comes TO BE WORN
MEANS
at last PROVIDE By
E. L. Matthews.___ _ __ ___ _________ _Editor and Owner Well thin column has attack ol editor, philosopher and to my TO SLEEPING
TO
---- overcome Its Revere "Regular Fel PERSONS WHEN PREVENT
knowledge
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SUBSCRIPTION RATE spring fever and less hope regularly front ler" to Inform me that I'm as wet i SNORING. THE CHIN-BANDS SERVE TO

you more or as the last national election as far I THE CHIN FIRMLY YET YIELDING/
readers were HOLD
in Advance One or two
73c Payable now on.
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, Seminole Indian lore Is
I
bad as my
kind enough to ask where we AGAINST MOVEMENT AND THER.E3yTHE
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Application
Advertising Rates on concerned.It .

; ___'____ ______;______ _n__' ,,_____ been for the past two or three theIr all came about through Charlie I MOUTH IS HELD FROM OPENING
weeks and we appreciated .
y-
we runnm'acrosnanewsstorytwrott 1' AND SO SNORING IS PREVENTED!
his mouth even though
with open thoughtfulness
We'll bet IIuey even sleeps lie runnln' acroas a news story I
couldn't think of any particularlYgood
! o' wrote about the Seminole Indian Too
" excuse for our delinquency. ( )
The "garden of memories" is often kind of weedy. Spring fever Isn't the only roa- Association gettin' up on their ear I AND DO YOU
Treaty"between ,
. recent "Peace
the
"' Hon that we've been absent, how over : PROMISE TO LOVE ,
Federal nkTO
-o--- the Seminoles and
besides dust. ever. Perhaps the thing that has I at the Sun HONOR OBEY AND WEARAN
something Government signed
last' ,
Real estate is at picking up had more to do with It than any
Dance In West Palm Beach ANTl-SNORING
"An ;
that started
.. 0 thing else ig we all I know ;
, Well, like Will Rlgers,
(
In moment. o I
Adverse" a
{, The Greek revolt is over, and it's still Greek to most of weakness thony and against the advise of I Is what I read In the papers or ;
' hand from friendly editors I
first
I our doctor, who insists we should get
t us. and since the material for I
\I, not lift heavy objects. At the
' 0 356 that particular article came to me : DEVICE'r
time we're on page
present
p', They've made everything automatic except a way to earn and hope to finish It by early fall. Direct from an editor, and was like- ,

wise released, by- the Associated

, \ : a living. Mukp Difference I Press, I stuck It on the copy hook. I

1 0r. But as an earknockerdownerand
Culbertsona A few strawberries selling at a ....-:::
arming Charlie _
r. News from the front: Germany ; reprlmander possesses e .
certainly .
lr reasonably fair price can such delightful technique that .
a
"
: leading Sims. do a lot to a town up. Everything \ FOREVER
1 pep of If he'll just promise to write me INSURE MARRIAGES' LASTING ,
i the
seemed on verge
0
I'm
whenever he thinks,, wrong

'' To make your life a bowl of cherries, you first must have I downright skittishness last week out I'U be tempted to go ahead and
| roll
when the cars began to AsNES
f'I: deliberately make/ a flock of mistakes ,
'.J';i?) the well-known berries. and the long green began to roll I 'THOUGH AGAIN

".'" 0- In. Faces that had been long since Listen to Charlie's classic let

? late to learn-unless you try to beat a this time last year thawed out and ter-If you ask me It's a darb;
too
,\j l It's never what might pass as a reasonably Okeecbobee, Mar. 30. 1935.

I; train to a grade crossing ; good Imitation of a smile bright Russell Kay,
ened up the atmosphere. Last week
O i ; Florida News Service,
. also marked the end of the statement .
'\ / It seems as It there is a filling: station on every corner I frequently heard, that "NoI Tampa, Florida
G1 "Ah, ha, Shrimper-so you. too, lg
' 3( until you run out of gas. I haven't got any berries this year, have gone to "me-too-ln" the Tam- e

-o I and I'm glad of It." Those who I pa Trlb in Its ,weak effort at be- {J

The hit-and-run driver will probably get called out on the Jldn't have berries still didn't have llttlln an east coast event.-spread- -ART
had ceased to be gladf
, but they
any
In' the cry of "fake" and "Hum- 1Uehnt.S IfturAr.. I
vww
.
(
Judgment day. It
t" home plate aug" to make us believe there ain't

W ...I n 0 Santa--I mean Seminolea-isiuln' -
no COULD ALSO BE USED AS OTHER VERY SUCCESSFUL
>i f, with i glass 1 Shirley \\ows 'Em what,
G I' h. out that men propaganda fur a guy
(?{ Senator AN ANTI-NAGGING DEVICE ANTI-SNORING DEVICES I
' i stones When we heard this week thutL >ven though he /gays there ain't no "*. .
,Qa! names shouldn't throw certain bridge club had started Seminole tribe, 'signs off officiary' -

; () playing before dark Monday night is Secy of .the Seminole Indian Quarter of Southeast Quarter' ,
1* the state baa derived from beer end of next week. -
Its pretty safe bet that the proposed quintuplet kidnap- 10 that Its members could get Association.: I Section Twenty. Township, H.UI
'i a achieved and wine. Barring unforeseen de- The plane will be a $1500 Tay South, Range Twenty-two Kail,
in time to see Shirley Fame and fortune are
,'a ing wasn't to be a one man job.A hrough velopments however the Gover lor "Cub" and was largely made containing Twenty (20) AIII, monor
Socrates .
Temple in "The Little Colonel" we in some mighty queer ways. less.The
o nor's definite opposition to a state possible throug the purchase this assessment of said'. pionprittinder "
flannel
figured some kind of precedent had they. say'wore ,red system kills this bill week of $300 worth of stock In the the said rertlflrnte l I'wdaIn ,,
r husband usually thinks his wife's cooking is mighty been> set and that It was time for Irawera and spread propaganda; dispensary Council the name of J A. KUlal!>rUnlexi .\\'
before its introduction. corporation by the City'
'poor until she goes away on. a summer vacation. Uti to get on the Job and do some Columbus thought the world was Defending Increases shown In Thli amount in. to be repaid from deemed accnrdlnic said lertlflcnte to law mull, lux brn dot
nqulrlng., Such a tribute from our 'ound' and .. discovered America; will Issue theieon on the 4tti, dir
recommendations the Gov- the profits of the club. .
i'v -oit must that Shlr- crossed the river one budget of May A. U. IMSDated

You hear a lot about forgotten men, but the"forgotten ley ridge) Is just funs about the mean most. popular light Washington and became the father of his ernor stated that the state had delayed Denis Powelson, manager of the I I). 1936.OFFICIAL, thin $rd., day of \Ilfll..l
of
and maintenance
,
movie actress going--aa far as ountry, and Dionne the father of repair Lake City Flying Club will act an ( SEAL)
underwear.If .
coal and long ,
elements in Florida are property until It Is Imperative that here. He A. J THOMAS
Starke and vicinity Is concerned, live girls, all at one clip; then the pilot and Instructor saysIt Clerk of Circuit Court,
r n we figured. And we were rIght treat Deering Estate in Miami, funds for this purpose be provided; takes an average of six hour' TtriidforcJ County, 1'lnrlili.

women ever become soldiers in this country, there isn'tmuch Miss Mina Manassa, manager of hey say, is the result of profits he also. pointed out Increased of liv-the instruction before a beginner can I-5-6I-B-H

will have to learn about the use of powder. the Ritz Theatre, Is sure that It a on' manure spreaders and kindred ing costs as another cause make a Bolo flight. The plane may C'I.UK'I iiropoiirStttlUo.
they Increase and appealed to the as-
poll' were taken among her audiences mplementa so why be serious? :also be used by non-members of Flu. Apt'II Ixt.lMi
n claims sembly to approve the budget In the club who wish to pay for Instruction Report of the Clerk of the riminCourt
to determine the most popular Your Indian Association In and for Bradford CountrFlorida
The Times-Union says that some people try to balanc movie stars, they would com there's two elements of Indlons- the form recommended.In : It is said. on account of taxes HMVUed .

ta their budgets by sticking half their bills into the fire. In in the following order: Shlrle or two. breeds because those south the closing hope the that Governor the legislator expressed Henry Manassa has been elected for the year C.1934.A. KNIGHT.

Temple, Will Rogers, and Mae of the Lake go. ,in their ehlrttalJsand president of the club here, and C. Tax rollector
would its work wlthli '
I accomplish iii.n nre\i>Foni> coi vivCtmntjr
West. In other words, the perfect ours pyer bere wear brltche 1,, Stockwell is secretary-treasur ProperTo

The man who engraved his!will on the head of a pin must'' picture, perhaps not "artlstlcallj but dammit, tpey all eat sofki the regular sixty day term, point had I er. Other members and stockhold Balance due ____...._ 4,S47Mny .
out that .
Ing no legislature amount collected 114)1'
had about much to give away as some of the rest of but certainly as far as box office coolers and gar-fish, and none of ever been supplied with as muc'information era are: H. C. Wall, N. D. Wain: To: Balance due ._ ___?._.__. 453iU
have as receipts In Starke are concerned, the gals wear orllets-: ; wright Jr.. W. H. Hart A. Hart- Fine ..d Forfrltnre
and data with whlcl To' Balance due ___. 9D1SI'Hv !
'
us.' would be one In which Will Roget Besides what's, the sense of hay- to work and that he saw no occaSion man, R. G. Kldcl, A J. Thomas and amount collected .._..' '. 21111

-0--- and Mae West play the papa and In. a "Seminole" association I If ; Lacy Conway.. To Balance due ____... SIOOIICovntr
for an extra session whirl .
Hood sail Hrlil
The Gainesville Evening News remarks that if the Townsend mama of Shirley Temple there ain't no "SJminolesAccordin' would burden taxpayers at the !. To Balance due _.. __...." i.mII I ,
"The Colonel" did the beat to the records thy've bee"Crackers" By amount collected 4"l"\ )
went into effect, life would really begin at Little 1750so rate of 14,00000 a day. Gets Appointment To Balance due ____.._-____ R.SOUI
plan ever wit since -
I. business here of any picture anyhow, ---_.- Newg dispatches from Tallahassee County Seheol Oe a.'alI1.
the exception of "It Happened Olle what's the dlff? To Balance due 86111
sixty this week announced the appointment amount collected _. Slin
COMMISSIONERSMET Hy
o Night voted the best picture of I'm for makln' "Peace" wit of George Inman of To. Balance due -_,,. -h-_. 1U3W
# in national poll. 'em for dadblumed If I want any; County Poll
last a ,
1 Now that the Legislature has gotten off to a fine star year bonnett off, no MONDAYCHOOSE Starke as assistant reading clerkIn To Balance! due ._. ._ 3lw
Injun snatchln my .
...__ tin
the House of Representativesfor By amount collected
r ye editors will quit worrying about news for the next fev Knows "'h"t He Wants doln' no William"Tell stunt, with I THOMAS TO SERVE the present session of the State To Balance Total nb.gehool due! ____-._n_._._.l..r'ol*

weeks. Jack Lamb, world's champIon me for his apple.) ON PLANNING Legislature To Balance due ......... 1I.IUC
Thanks for Jl tenln' COMMITTEEThe i Hy amount collected ..... 77114To :
II bass fisherman, likes beer with his R Barfleld Balance due __ lOBIill

Slip If prices remain good, Bradford County will be in the meals. He told us that an hour; Well, after Charlie readln' and, glggllnOSrer Board of County Commissioners No'r.el'FOR OP TAX APPI.IC I>.:I'IJ\TION: To Balance Total Mnb.Scbool due __ _._Bnnexl 8,02951:

couple of weeks; before lunch when he was hen Charlie's letter I'm Incline at their Monday meeting NOTICE! IS!' HJCREBT GIVEN By amount' collected ...-..., :
right mood for its Strawberry Festival a Tuesday to give his demonstration, That T. J. Alderman, holder of Tax' To Balance due ? : 8,03 WWldoir'v
+, to take. the same position as the appointed Mallory Thomas s Certificate No 644 Fifth., day of PenleTo
from now. but, what with the excitement of little boy In school, when the teacher member to serve on the County September rrle A. Din 193Z. has filed Balance due -_ -...., 8n5f1fly 3021
two people coming In at the same te my office andmade amount collected <,.---. ; :;
o said "If I put down 100 and Planning Council, an organization application for tax deed toIssue To Balance due __________ 0 "
arraigned into court recently for time to pay their, bills It completely take 50 whit's the difference that will work In conjunction with thereon In accordance with Hoed A HrHa-o Intrrnt
Those Parisian girls slipped the old mind. The away law. Said certificate embrace the I Slnklnc Feed
aM1. the vac ?" and the kid said "Yeah- the State Planning Board In Inaugurating fallowing described ultuatrt To Balance due 20.21h! !
property
identified by '
nude at a party were probably upshot of it all was that 12:30: collected.---. ,
posing work relief ,
that'es what I say, what's the diff new proJ- In Bradford County Florida, to- By amount ,
.___._ .2BII8.4OO II
1
found a thirsty Mr. Lamb seated wit: East One-half of Southeast To Balance due _
cinatlon spots. 7"
In a local restaurant that does not erence T. ects.The
o But If Charlie will draw on his following business was
serve beer and in no too good
Wonder if Walter Winchell would call it a blessed event mood about it either. Just as we experience aa a newspaperman h< transacted:
I will realize that he Is wrong In The Board approved tax. asses
allowed the stork' to present postmasters 'began to think that there was no
when Uncle Sam the assumption that the Florida sor's requisition on the State

bonds? way out except to move on to a News Service, Associated Press,,, treasurer for the first and sec-
with baby I
r place that did serve beer the fire y 0
ond allowance
commissions due
Tribune or any other newt on
Tampa
o S QOS
whistle blew. Reportorial duty
with from Road Interest and
featured the story any Sinking
A writer declares that Huey Long is a "tool of the rich caled and, with a sigh of relief agency thought or desire to belittle the

If so, a monkey-wrench would probably be the right we asked to be excused. After the West Palm Beach Celebration.The fund.Miss Mary Lee Wynn and Mrs.
men. of bot-
fire we picked up a couple
y
Seminole Inman before the
action taken by the George appeared
ut name for what Huey is. tles of beer and hurried back to
Board and
Indian Association in protestIng requested funds for the SS
n4 -0 the restaurant, having visions of a to Washington and brandingthe purchase of specimen containers to

Admiral Byrd's expedition came home $50,000 in the thirsty fisherman slowly drying up affair a "fake" was NEWS and be used In hook worm examinationfor
; But Jack had
Into of ashes
heap
;' hole. Wonder where he got the idea that you have to go to evidently a had the same Idea him as such found ,Its way Into the children. It was decided to-
columns of papers who would keep allow $8 for this purpose.
the South Pole to run into debt? self and there on the table sat their readers Informed.' The County Judge's cost bills In

o three bottles of brew-oul' two I And just to"make the cheese the C. W. Ford cases were laid Tests r '
But said be- !
five. as we Skid
the fashion experts predict that men will making more binding, Charlie Griner over until the next regular meet-
Every year fore, Mr. Lamb. likes beer with !
do unless they let their I write me from.r Jacksonville and Ing. Prove "G3"Grip
clothing but they never hill meals.
1 wear gayer eye "You'ret' both wrongthe Reports were made to the Board

women folks choose it for them.A Seminole ain't a tribe or an Association that timber was being cut or had Stops Cars
BrtabanlaGangsters
l o -it's a HOTEL.LEGISLATURE been cut on the Wackerman lands Quickest

Shoot outheast from Hampton and on
"What's become of the old-fashioned woman 4 ,
rS A writer asks Lookat thoeadeep-cutdfaunoade
Chinch Bugs Chew. COMPLETES the Griffin lands, near Starke on
who met you drying her hands on her apron?" We sup -Arthur Brisbane. ORGANIZATION which there exists state tax certificates la th CENTER where they can
"
die la aDd "bit the road.
Scissors are dull for delinquent taxes. The
pose she's joined a nudist colony That' why other tin. skid 14%
And Arthur Is too. matter was referred to the sheriff
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o ( to 19%farther when braked.

So far we haven't heard any ear doctor explain why it is Great-Sport that many. Hopkins'legislators demand here In agreement is beyond For The investigation following names and report.were addid .

80 easy for a small boy to hear the call to supper and so hard Time (magazine) took a dirty I all reason and that the million to the pauper roll: Ritch Forte,

to hear the call to help dry the dishes. dig at Florida crackers In Its April lollars appropriation for public 12 per month; Mrs. Alice Jones, GOOD YEAR "
month
(4( Mr. Laura
; Finley
1 issue and the next few weeks works material la as far as the per
o 1200 Green Tetstone. 910
i will probably find that publication state. can go. Opinion was gen- ; per
Lincoln preserved it, Edison month. The of John Benton
Washington made the country, will name TRIPLE GUARANTEE
tilled with letters of righteous indignation rral however that Hopkins Extra!

lighted it, Ford put it on wheels. -Exchange. And might from Inhabitants of this lave something further to say was removed from the pauper roll.
It was decided by the Board today 1. Aftatast rood hazards
COST
fair peninsular-which Is quite within a week or two. NO EXTRA
it running.
Roosevelt kept
we add that no more drug bills for pau- 2. Against defects for life
likely what Time had In mind all In his message the Governor
C o the time. came: out four-square against any jers. Such bills are to be' paid 3. Our own guarantee and all 1. t3''% More Miles ol REAL

be reverting to an ape. from allowances by persons purihaslng 7..local service Non-Skid Safety
A Los Angeles man is said to In giving a short historical Form of state liquor dispensary

Perhaps this has something to do with all those jungle films sketch of the Seminole Indians In Jill, contrary tvpre-session. qpln- : the drugs.FLYING.. Also 3.' Quicker Stopping Crip

Florida Time said: "Florida on. He recommended licensing -- "Goodyear Margin of

that have been coming out of Hollywood. "crackers", delighted at having a tad gallonag tax and stated that CLUB Lifetime Guaranteed Safety" .

o Few humans on whom they can tft was against ,the return of the TO GET PLANE $5 3. Blowout Protection In not

The Better Housing program is fine, but perhaps the look down, amuse themselves. by loon> He estimated the revenue e UPsPEEDWAY on but ALL' .

Government should undertake an educational program to ihootlng the Seminolea' hogs. from liquor control at two million ORGANIZATION IS PERFECTED

Come 'on. you other crackers, lollara but representatives of the HERE THIS

teach people to stay in the ones they already have. let's choose up tides and go lookdown ndUKtry expressed the opinion that WEEKOrganization ]

o on some Seminoles it's the figure was excessive unless the Register Motor Co.

Some folks believe in sticking to the bridge rules like the more darn fun. Perhaps the editorf ates for license and gaJIonage tax!' of a local Flying

Time will join us at our country ire higher than the dealers antlciMtted. hub was completed this week and

woman who said to her husband "Of course you make a place for the hog shooting In This doubt.... based on members expect to have their own STARKE FLORIDA

j grand slam, but you wouldn't if you had played it right." early fall. I he disappointingly low revenues >lane at the airport here by the ,



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