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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 12, 1935
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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PLATFORMDELAYED AWAITING I STRAWBERRY\ INCREASE- ........ REDISTRICTINGBILLS MAY DAY I STARKE TO GET

FERA
SIZE OF FESTIVAL DAILY
PROGRAM PLANNED *X)>R

I, APPROVAL OF PROJECT ,TO ACCOMODATR ADS NEXT WEEK

flLLOPEN SHIPMENTS AREINTRODUCED C C CAMP
Althoughapproval"of a project All available advertising space Mr. J. P. Warren announced ,

providing for construction of a In the originally, planned eight- thla week that a May Day program

shipping platform here for Brad page "Strawberry Festival News" will be held here next Wednesday .-

INESPAY ford' County growers was expected MOUNT had been sold more than a weekIn on the school house grounds.; The REPORT SAYS

momentarily it had not been re advance of' tile celebration'sopening activities will be similar to.be ,

-- turned from state FERA headquar I here }next Wednesdayand ones held last year, with a MayPole -

Prominent Visitors ten yesterday. Property near the Thirty-two Carloads the Telegraph,, Plans to In One Places Bradford dance and other entertainment Contract Let For -,

Seaboard station was recently do crease the size"of its young off- preceded by parade at 2 .

Invited Here For nated for building purposes and Move During spring to ten ot twelve pages. And DUl'alln o'clock. The program Is being Building $10,000 .

First DayliNDIDATEslPOR the County Commissioners and Week This daily, paper, tabloidJn size,, Same Group sponsored by the State Board of Site HereA.

City Council each gave $200 for the will be published, on April 17, 18,, Health. i.

purchase of building materials 19 and 20, the four days of theStrawberry Mrs Warren Is asking local i

SOOT FERA labor will be used and work J PRICES REMAIN GOOD Festival here.and will JOHNS THROWS COUNTERMEASURE merchants to enter floats In the I'. CAR'Ri'iffi'RTOny --

gg ANNOUNCED will begin as soon as the approved CAROLINA HIT BY COLD have a free distribution of 600 IN HOPPER parade. It Is not necessary to en NO LOCAL INFORMATION

project is returned.REVISION. copies each day; Advertising copy ter elaborate float or go to any, .
Nathan Strawberry shipments from Two congressional re-dlstrlcting Announcement of a $10,949 Civilian (
J M. Lee, comptroller, will continue to be accepted up expense, she says. Automobiles
Jvo, secretary of agriculture, Starke, and Lawtey continued to until early next we..k. bills, one of which proposes to decorated with crept paper will be Conservation Corps Camp t<>
superlntenint place Bradford County In the same be built near Starke was carriedIn
Id L. F Chapman mount this week and prices held up acceptable.
the State Prison Farm, district with Duval, were Introduced Associated Press dispatches
| of been Invited to speak at the at a fair average as the Industry' ilSGETSLivestock ,into the House of Representatives from Atlanta, Ga. this week. Con

cuing ve night' of the Strawberry Of TaxationPREDICTED entered its second week of the this week. RELIEF FUND tract for erecting the camp has ;

ritival here next Wednesday, R. current !season! here. Charley E. Johns, Bradford representative been let to Worshum Brothers of

Demorest, manager, said ,yes- The movement from Starke: since and eleven others,, Knoxvllle, Tenn., It was said.
would place this county In the Second Ready Exact location of the camp and
rdiyAlthough Wednesday of last week through
none of the Invitation totaled District along with Alachua,, the date for beginning construe

accepted there Is no yesterday 315,360 pinta COMMITTEE Baker, Columbia, Dixie, Gllchrlnt,, tlon were not announced, and no
been
which"left here In twelve
yet pints express
ubt s but that some of these dls RAPID PASSAGE OF cars and about twenty refrigerator Hamilton, Jefferson, Lafayette,, FOR SPENDINGROOSEVELT Information In the matter had been

,igutahed men, or their represen NECESSARY BILLS trucks. An an eatl- Levy, Madison. Marlon, Nassau,, received here this week.

lives, will be on hand and will SEEMS LIKELY mater average of nine cents per NAT ROBERTS OF UNION Suwannee, Taylor and Union. Announcement of constructionof
The other bill, which would the camp here was made from
,.the some worthwhile address- pint for,, the week, the return to COUNTY IS VICE- LAYING
to the first night crowds. By Howard. Hartley growers here was approximately place Bradford and Duvul In the PLANS FOR IIICJ WORK headquarters of the Fourth Corps

Candidates for queen of the Fes- (Staff Correspondent, FNS) 2838240. CHAIRMANCharley same district' wan Introduced by PROGRAM Area at Fort McPherson On. The

lined thla week TALLAHASSEE Apr. 11 (FNS) dbbns Representatives Ward and Bank Ttarke camp Is to be among the
i-al are being up I .
During last week 324,601 pints E Bradford of anj eighteen: new for which bids ;
been of bills that Orange County twenty-blx camp
although It has not yet -Speedy passage I Tho state legislature had takenno
id
finitely' announced who the I mark radical changes in the State's left the platform at Lawtey' In County representative:! has been others. According to Its provisions steps this week to provide tomatching were opened this week. Bids for
twenty express cars and the truck appointed chairman of the Important the Second District woulJ construction of forty additional
ladles will be, it Is sate toy system of taxation was predicted Federal funtts a* President
mug movement was estimated at 86,200 be comprised of the following camps In the> Fourth Corps Area(
that each community in the as the 1935 Florida legislaturetook Livestock Gommlttee in the Roosevelt, back In Washington
pints. The estimated return to counties Alachua, Baker, Bradford will be opened April 22.
Its first week-end recess with ; forspendtnM' ,
will be represented by one state began making plans
'imty legislature, It was announced
there was $36,963,36. Plans for
growers the CCC call for Increasing
Columbia Dixie Duval
Clay, ,
total of
its fairest daughters. the unprecedented Z55 weed all of the work relief bill'n
Truck drivers returning here lust Representative Nat the from
370,000 tJ
Gilchrist, Hamilton, Lafayette, : corps
and senate
Wednesday will be School Day ate measures on house $4.800,000.000 before July 1936.
from northern markets said yes- Roberta, of Union will Nassau Suwannee and Un 000,000.
Festival grounds and all calendars. County Levy, < Harry L. Hopkins, Federal relief,
terday that the temperature in vice-chairman of the The awards announced this week
serve as body.
break by The inevitable reconstruction of administrator has requested lion
hool children will get a ion.At ,
North Carolina this week went as for that will for
Bradford's representative was there four wero camps care
present are congressional
allowed various rides and the Florida tax structure, as proposed ida to appropriate $3,000.000 as its
mg low as twenty-eight degrees and also placed the committees In the state enrollment of replacements to
oy,, following districts
her attractions at reduced prices. by bills requiring levies on contribution to relief during 1933.
has greatly slowed down the ripening :reinsurance (vicechairman I with the fifth congressman, W J. bring the corps up to the strength
Mxlcraft and art exhibits frome miscellaneous commodities, cou- In his meftsage to the legislature,
of fruit in that state. It will ), A Appropriations/ Census and Sears of Jacksonville, being elected authorized April 1. Enrollment
county schools will also be feared pled with joint resolutions that Governor Sholts said that Florida'sconstitution
be another week or ten days before vlce-chalr-I that date because >
Apportionment, Labor ( from the state at large. were postponed on
this day. would amend the constitution so prohibited a state appropriation
on
there la'any quantity of berries ; of In of the
Public Public delay
) Amusements
passage
man --
Starke will soon take on a gala as to .lay the heavy hand of the for direct relief butthat '
moving from North Carolina, 'It'l" Roads and Highways, Public UtilIties (- work-relief bill by Congress
and Inheritances FEWER ON RELIEF, the state could appropriate
>|waranee, It Is said, for arrange- tax gatherer on Incomes said. Louisiana, however, has already and Education B. -- ., '
eats have been made by those In seemed the outstanding $1,000.000 to finance a building '
weekof \ begun heavy shipments Livestock owners In this county IN THIS AREA at state institutions The SCHOOL AID
orge of the Festival to have the development after! an opening program
Plant City continues to have a few I
will be Interested to learn of the
reels here decorated with flagsd hectic activity. cars out almost every day. appointments to the Livestock FIGURES SHOW FIFTY PER State Budget Commission joined STILL UP IN AIR
the series of him In making this recommendation
banners. The Festival grounds, Sentiment favoring
The rains of last week have done Committee because both Mr. John. CENT REDUCTION IN
poslte the school houso on Tern- tax bills Is gaining headway,hour- much toward Improving the quality DISTRICTThe but BO far the bill has not VARIOUS BILLS INTRODUCED
and Mr. Roberts are.strongly opposed e '
:Avenue will also present a gay ly, partly because) the governor has and size of fruit here and have been Introduced. BUT NONE PASSEDSO
to no-fence legislation.
>nt Indicated hiswillingness, to sign also Increased the productiveness number of persons receiving President Roosevelt hopes to FAR
Mr. Johns was last week a co-
This year's Festival, with more such measures if passed but chief of plants. It Is believed that the Introducer In thaHouse of a bill relief' from the Federal Govern: have his spending program reach
ly because the legislature seems the peak about the middle of No- Another plan to give the public 1
tractions and a more extensive set-back of the North Carolina
district of the
for fences and ment In the Ocala
bent on first piling up a heap of calling "necessary vember, It Is said.. No relief fund, school at least $10,000,000 a yaal"to'tlnance *
of entertainment, I* ex will result in continued good
gram crop, cattle-guards" to prevent cows Florida ERA has been reduced DO. '
of teachers'salaries
revenue and, then.Cutting the financial will be spent however, for'paying payment
led to attract: even larger for Bradford County fruit '
prices
.. I cloth to fit'the approved from Intruding upon) the highways.Mr. per cent since last October, R.,E. benefit to farmer The President and transportation ,of "
owls than last for time
to Starke sea- some yet.
Johns also presented a resolution
bill and whatever I Indicate that If processing rural pupils-still the biggestquestion
appropriations McDonald Ocala district administrator -
n't I The total movement from Brad- ,
success. which was approved, : .
made Florida by providing taxes are to be discontinued, some before the Florida legislature !
This Is the second Festival to be i demands are upon ford County to date is estimated at that twenty postage stamps said this week during a
: the federal relief administration. ) other method of supplying the -appeared In the senate
msored by the Jones-Whlte- So the revenue-raising bills flowed 1,146,744 pints which has brought a day nhoulj be provided each leg conference with Jerome A, Connor money for benefit will have to be Tuesday
mgford Post of the American Leon growers approximately $117,033.76. islator.
and will hems into senate and house hoppersin assistant Florida ERA admin found. It was not only n school financing +'
the celebrations .--- :
an unending stream. istrator. measure but a proposal to

an annual Institution.. : The senate got ''down to work Plan 1J.l archGovernor' I Attention {JJ!. O. {W. The Ocala district I la composed of BAD NEWS lighten the tax burden of the mot

early and is far ahead of the Sholtz said this week Columbia, Union Bradford, Alachua orlng public by cutting the gasoline
Woodmen of the World are Invited FOR PENSIONERSWHEN
DURANTEICOMING Marlon Sumter Citrus, Her- from to five cents "
House, both in total number of tax seven
he had received approximately
reports I
to attend the evening services
TO RITZ bills introduced as well as in or nando, Pasco, Levy, Gilchrist, RULES a gallon. \.7( ,
six hundred Independent COMMITTEE
Sun '
Church '
at the Christian :
The bill scorecard and Dixie Counties. It was the second school financing 1
APPINESS AHEAD": BILLED showed ganization.143' for the senate as merchants planned a "march on day, April 14th. Members will Better economic conditions in MEASURE UNCONSTITUTIONAL program advanced In opposition :

for the lower Tallahassee" to advocate legisla meet at the Hall at 7:30 p. m. and that section of the State and a to Governor Dave Sholts' suggestion :1' I
FOR
NEXT FRIDAY ninety-seven
against of a bill that would I
tive Members
passage march to church In *; body.
NIGHT branch. This came about because abolish chain stores. If the merchants Invited and full close survey of the relief load are A damper wa thrown this weekon of alternate method How :

of the difficulties ,encountered by come here, however, they families also the causes for the reduction' McDonald the hopes of old age pension ad ever, It also was at variance with 1

["Carnival," a fast-moving com- Speaker W.' B. Bishop In appoint will find no state-arranged quarters attendance Is urged.. ,_ said.Farming : vocates when a state senate com- the first opposition plan and It left ti :

ly-drama featuring Jimmy Du- ing the house committees. He ask to house them.' Governor BIRTHS- conditions, have been' mittee reported that, In Its opinion, the whole question pretty much up '\1''.;

inte, Lee Tracy, Sally Slier* and ed supporters of Rep. W. McL. Sholtz said Adjutant General VIvien good during the past several a tax bill to finance auch pension in the air.Introduced. t\\:

] new little screen star. Baby Christie for their committee preferences Collins had turned down a request Mr. and Mrs. Colbln Morgan month In the Ocala district anda I la unconstitutional. by Senator, Beacham

Skis Walters, will head the new first verbally and then that the National Guard,department Luwtey, girl, April 8. number of persons have secured: It wa the first constitutional report of West Palm Beach, It called for ;

ogram at the Rita Theatre tart In writing... But many of the McL supply tents to house the Mr. and Mrs Clyde Hah, Hampton employment, on farms, McDonaldsaid. I given any of the old ages pension five"cents a gallon state gaolln-)> r

g Sunday. It Is Durant first Christie crowd held back until at marchers. ,boy, April 11. ., measures now pending In the tax with four-fifth* of the revenu.il\ ,

ipearance here in some time ands last1 Bishop., In desperation, took Legislature, other being called invalid going to school and the remainder I

tans will eagerly await hid ap- matters into his own hands and because the Constitution say to the general; treasury, tl>'i

amnce. Lee Tracy also enjoy a made up. the committee rosters. It Is the duty of the counties not The Governor proposed the ma.. : d-

served popularity here. This meant delay and so the house the State to provide for the needy jor char of the school money ;,

Next' Tuesday and Wednesday, did not get down to the Introduction Proceedings'per I I and the aged might come from that part of the ,Ji',!

ml Muni, one of the greatest acre : of bills until Friday morn- Legislative i The constitutional report was gasoline tax revenue now used to l
._ bill Senator Smith of retire county road bonds or from r.\
of stage or screen, comes toe -.' /-to XSUI.U* the house _mill n_ started, given a by
Ritz in "Bordertowa.;. said to however; nearly a hundred 'measure I -_ Green Cove Springs, to legalize all I I. three per cent general sale tax ,t.),;

the most powerful drama in *--many of them companionsto For All year would be the requirements The purpose of the measure is form of gambling, not now legal [, HIs plan called for the remainder 'I

Web he has ever appeared. He those already introduced In the Exemption contained In Section 3, which read In Florida-lotlerle. excepte.J.-an 1 ''ot the fund to come from present ;1''
homestead exemption
supported by Belt Davis whoU senate--were- sent to the desk and: The benefits of as follow: "No person who has give the tax receplts to the aged. i sources of school revenue withthe) fl P''!'
denied
long be remembered for'her referred to committee now single persona behead Anti-Chain Htonw 1 qualified as a permanent employee In the form of monthly pension HcefiMs on automobile tag cut to ,"r.':'.;
even though they may In free school system of of Bratlenton, flat $5 and $la <
ting in "Of Human ", thepublic Senator Tervln a
Bondage workmen compensationbill .wilt be extendedto Powerful lobbies, quickly organized '
Tho of families defeat the the state of Florida shall be thereafter chairman of the committee, said \ Seventy house members, moro- ,
Thursday and Friday'of' next veteran of so manysessions of property in an attempt to "
grizzled: all owner "
embrace e
"ek drastic dismissed or not reemployedfor he believed his committee hail than enough. to pan any. bill, s
to hit the Florida Recovery Act-
"Happiness .a'new the second constitutional
Ahead. was In the '
stipulated subsequent year In such for Its ruling. brought In the first oppositionschool '; :
any
''nice abolition of good authority ?'
I at the
for aimed
romance with Dick Powell senate hopper and Its chances ratified last fall. measure j.!
amendment free school except 'C:'
public system financing measure They
d Josephine Hutchinson will be passage are decidedly brighter thin A bill aimed at this objectivewas chain store*-will strike their week first for one or more of the following Here proposed to live ,the schools the, r t
this To
own. Organized labor a dominant the first to drop Into blows In the legislature Speak e, ,
year. among causes: Immoral or unprofessional $2{ OOOOO gasoline tax revenue ;}:J
The Rib is asking Its patrons factor In Washington politics Is In the legislature's hopper and a majority with an attack on the bill' con- conduct; hlshonesty; Incompetence John Milton Brownlee of Starke now going Into the general \Jtnaaury.

t to forget Cash Night next Tallahassee with a powerful lobby of the members of house stlutlonality. ; unfitness for service; Including and Fielding Chapman of Raiford Senator Tlllman of oo'

' "lay when $25 will again be and Senator Bike, BeaU Gomcp and senate supported the amend The,recoverybill, Introduced. notable failure to make professional two student at' the University of Tampa Introduced this bill In''-the 1t"",

VIII away. cash Night will be and Beacham, co-Introducers of tile ment in Its landslide victory, The : the senate by 8.natoniTlllnu' n.nf advancement; pertlstent Florida, were chosen by Blue Key enate. There also were bill to ,'

p Id each week think they will be able its corrective meas Tampa, would prohibit the operation Student Leadership Society, to '
on the same night. measure senate passed violation of or refusal to obey the finance the schools by anui**
the bill In the senile without before the week-end lay of more than on*store of any speak here Thursday and Friday to
to pass ure just laws of the state of Florida relating mnta and luxury taxes. ,
Sales Tax much delay although the situation off and the house was prepared to classification by any.firm or cor to the school and the school the Starke High School on two Important Legislator sponsoring all then i-\\'
:
the house Indicates a much bill special order under poratlon. It was drawn by Attorney topic, the reorganisation
Sales in make the a system or reasonable regulation measures not fitting directly Into {
tax \
'I
legislation was Intro- the Robert Given, another Tam- of the University
division
closer vote.Reduction. waiver of rules Under of the lower
of
COd In prescribed for the government the governor's school flnanclnctj;:
the Florida House Wedday will be : and Tlllman's opponent in the and the Honor
of Florida
oflI'1orlda'a of the bill, exemption pan '
but It In the number terms BehindIt the free public school of this suggestions said they were oppos ';
wa not the adminiauon election last fall.
judicial circuit, long demanded granted all owners of legally defined general of state; physical or mental disabilityto System.In{ ed to taking away the counties'rasoiin. ]
[ proposal for school statewide organization educational
Is
public Includingall a the mot comprehensive
' by the taxpayers and now homestead property be. perform the function or duties tax revenue and were ,'<',1-i'l
Representative merchants, who ,.
1ag WoodY before the legislature In the form heads of families, widows. widowers Independent store of the office; excessive or unreasonable program ever undertakenby not *o sure they wished to vote a '
Y County presented the and bachelors. Ueve the elimination of chain Blue Key In the high school of
*
amendment In I
which of a constitutional spinster absence from duties general sale tax. Y.I
called-for-t, three competition will mean many more
total of ninety-three
at tax on per mandate was another early senate In the preceding year: chronic Illness,i Florida a Old age pension bill continued i
tangible articles for home owned store.an upturn students at the University
rianal bill and thla time the voice of thetaxpaJ'e. Old Age Pensions better or conviction of a felony." : outstanding to come into the legislature despite '?, j
consumption and use and employment and generally of Florida were chosen to .
amusements .* will be --heeded many While school board and district a ruling by a senate judl.
'
and real estate condition Opposing of for
bifnineu before
r- The bouse got i Is little doubt that Florida's peak an aggregate commute that would "
Insist. There to have the clary they .
The legislator trustee continue power
atte measure- made no estlrecelpts 'I 1 It I Is them are the chain store operators, ty-five high school on these two 1 n''
of annual the same sort of bill and opinion aged will be pensioned. that Florldlans patronize to dismiss teacher for the foregoing be unconstitutional because this .

ded that 12 1'2 but It pro- teemed general that the final determination -i merely a question of the amount who contend establishments because cause the bill provides that important topic. constitution make It' the duty of .
cent of net their + "
Per -
-
the -
rations should of .how many circuits I they will receive and how with consequent the accused teacher shall be given the counties rather than the state ::1
to the State are cheaper
price
awry, 21 1.2 per go cent to the the state needs will be settled bya money will be ralsod. Legislative benefit. to reduced family written notice not lens than twenty Small Fire 1 to care for the needy. ;' .
bills already
001 committee. Legislative fervor favoring pension called outlast :
and' sixty' conference day plror to dismissal and that The first truck wa
.
cent to
per ccun- during budgets
>, ?1 tltie. Thi" revenue to the sentiment leans toward a totalof Introduced was rising final decision shall only be reached Friday by a small blaze causedby Studentsllere .f;

au, schools and the counties fourteen with some of the more the first week-end adjourn TeacbeteeW I after public hearing on whatever a short-circuited radio wire at y..

l CIties would be for the radical members holding; on for ment with indications pointing toward Florida school teacher would be charge are before the employing the home of Joe W. Edward on Senior students of the North ('

eliminating purpose an even dozen. Contrasting sharply enactment: of a measure carrying Influence boards.All Cherry Street. The blaH waa extinguished Carolina State College) forestry :.":
ad political
valorem freed from "
. bill' saying' In It title that taxes It; with this spirit of economy, $30.00 monthly payment to forever and the threat of dismissal teacher dropped from the with little damage. A department, headed by Professor '

s an act to replace* however, is a senate bill to pension Floridians beyond the age of sixty school board payroll because of economy must false alarm Thursday night of last L. Wyman, former resident of .:
tax. political-minded
on. property I retired supreme court :justice year with the funds I coming by and district trustee under be reemployed within two year week caused the fire departmentto Stark, were her for a short while ':

-- and circuit court :judges. from a diversion of three per cent ) member the term of a bill now before thereafter before any new .teachers make an exploratory run around at noon Monday. The students are :1

a ltl8b. naval bulldog 'Dragon'hore4 School financing provided the of the state' race-track the education committee of the in similar cap.clty'Ar: 4 4p given town without, of .course, discover being shown foreatry activities in 'l'

. off'Miami, with crew of subject(Continued matter From for a dozen Page or One more) | and Five Income year residence of less than In revenue.J I,house of representative*. appointment e Ing any fire. ail *tat*. J1f''flu: 'I



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KEYSTONE HEIGHTSMm. Pa. Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. GRAHAM LAWTEYO. tome of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. federal building "being nllghl J
NEW RIVER Erie Mecklem. Mm. I.. ('. IIml.... 'orr..po.I" J. PbllllpN, Correspondent -B. E. Btirney. Rep Lex Gre-en. whore postal ,
1\11',. O. E. Crosby, t'orrenpomlont" T. II. IXmrry- torropondrnt Mr. and Mrs. John Walters have Fowler o! Strawberry Shipment Mrs H. B. Arwuod returned to ceipta last year were Si i 11\74 ''
Mr. and Mrs. Austin .
II. It. 'Ihoiiiim Dr, William H. Crawford Pres us their guests Mrs. G. C. Johnson Luke Waled. spent the weekendwith During the past week there* have her hbrne Monday from Excelsior -+ -
Howard Thomas 31 died eorly 'ident of the Keystone Heights and Mrs. I. C. Maguire of Mrs. Fowler's parents, :Mr. been a total of twenty express cars Springs, Mo., where she has beenconflaed Outstanding Everglades' fxir.i

Wednesday night of last week at Country Club wa, the tonatmanter Youngstown, Ohio. and Mrs. J. A. J. McKinney. containing a total shipment of ( to a hoxpltal. hlbt! Pahokeo. staged m ,,ov !
In Starko, after at the ninth annual fish dinner Mrs. Walter G. Bates returned 321.1>04 pints of strawberries ship- Mills Abbie Harley who is em- gill) Future Farmer! HOl pltlll, Is <
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of ,
the Tampa
attack of appendicitis. given by the members of the Friday from Jacksonville, where Mrs. Etta Reynolds and Frank I cd from the local platform nt Including ployed In Etarke spent the weekend varieties of firm pioUu,' ,Uc,11I1
i an:Mr. Thomas/ waa born November rluu Thursday night at KeystoneInn. she had been a patient in a hos visiting her sons, J. W. ehipments made by trucks at her home here. fully grown In the Everglade.

1003 and wan/ the son of Mrs, Senator Frank P. Miller of Reynolds. which will total at about 83,200\ L>r. J. H. Carradino spent the .--
' :Alary 17. Thomas and tho late Juniper Meadvllle was the first speaker of pital.Mrs.. J. a. Coll is vimung. relatives Mr. and Mrs.'flirt Britt of Ocala pints at an average net return to week-end In Jacksonville trans Volusia Hammock Stnte- ,
Thomas. Ha waa' united in mar the evening and was followed hj J this week In Lakeland. were visiting Mrs. Brltt's parents, the growers of about nine cents perpint acting business Association organized nil
t ilape to Mlsij' Oden Butler on January Edwin Larson Collertor of Internal Miss Georgia! Kennedy left Mr. and Mrs O. W. Dyal Sunday. or a week's total! net returnof J. P. Wyrlck was a business visitor live 1,000 acre project hung Otp)
1 7
of
28, 1031, nnd to thin, union Revenue for Florida. Others Thursday for her home in Boston. Mr. and Mrs. J. P Roberts $30,063.36 to the local growers 'to Jacksonville Wednesday. moka river Mrs. C. Ji WU.lt
called on were Frank Walrath of Gainesville were visiting relatives MUa Lefty: Phillips was visiting chairman.
born one son '
was devoted father Jackronvlllo end Ccl. n:: O. CuxtiT, Mrs. Helen:: 'ortnews croft for over the week-end. russ Leolu Norman In the Wu- _
'.1t Mr. Thomas was a TackKonvIlIa Friday after a visit New Restaurant to OpenMrs.
husband. Ho wat of Gainesville. Seated at the speak i Mrs. Edd Parrish and Mrs. Pearl t.oak section Sunday.All 1WI'II'M OF '
ACI'LI
and a true ( '
'lI mother Mrs. Ellen of Starke Is 1'10'
here with her Ruth Courtney
a member of the Long Bridge er', table were Dr. and Mra. Crawford I Dryden of Terrucela were spend- to a restaurant farmers In this section who FOli'vAX Ulan
Christian Church, In which he took Col. and Mrs. Baxter, Senator Wiggins ing a few days with Mrs. Par- this week preparing open are not busy in strawberries are NOTICn IS HKHI.Hl: '
He proved to Miller, A. O. P-M""g!! cf Men'1-! Mr. und Mrs Frank Glenn have rlsh's sister, Mrs. Viola Edmonson, In tho building aJJolnlng their In shape That J. J';. Thomas, hll'r i, 7.1'iCertificate ,, T
active part. busy getting crops No,
a very of Ceo. F. Young. (' :
Inn and to the fctore hue "
be faithful during his 11lnwj vlllo, Mr. Walrnth and Mr. Larson closed Keystone plan last week. and it Is reported that there will UBt, A. U. r.'2't! fllnihl'rtA) ( Lfi
very to leave this week for their home in E.I'' cat In my I..KI. ai7Drtlon
the guests
In addition speakers
j, He was widely known throughout have I Mrs. Ida Jones and Mrs. Pt'l'Honal" be a large acreage of green beansin for tax deeds l td 1> ,u eiS" ,
liked were Dr. and Mrs. J. A, Rupert, Conneaut Lake, Pa. They In aocoi'danue .
'; this community and was Strickland were visiting at the the near future. with law Sold,| tbT
him. He Dr and Mrs. R. H. Gamble. Mr. announced their Intention of returning Richard Thede who Is attending luiita embrace* the fulUiuini
who knew bedside of their'sister, Mrs Florrie
,y by everyone in the full to the Florida at Gainesville Hrrlbeil property xlltnitrd ,?V'j
operate of
and D. E Mr. and University I ,
will be greatly mlsned for he was Mrs! Hangborn McKinney, who la very ill in the TRAIN bCIIEDCLK!: fold County Florida, (ti, wit| ; .1
l and willing: to helo Mrs. Q. E. Wiggins, Mr. and Mrs. i Inn for the second season. was visiting at his home here Kant One-half! of Noilhv.. ...i Q"1,,)
ready Marr in Starke. Southbound
Hospital
.
always A ,., ter of Houthwest I (Jiiunor. ,f ,.
Mr. and Mrs. John --- '
Merrill
a' Frank Sunday. RI
anyone ho could.Survivors his wife. Mrs. Walters, Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Ream Dr A, J. Grout, Manatee, IT. 3. Mr. and Mrs'R. M. Johnson and Miss Bessie Terry of Jacksonville Ne>>, 1--Due Starke 11:01: P. M One.Tentyun Townnhlp MUMI SixMnunu: 'K Ta,:
as., are daughter, Madge, of Waldo section. No-. 11.-Due Starke 11:25: A. M. ty ncrfM more or lest
and Fred Is visiting here Saturdayand ;
Mr. Mrs. Sprower authority new was
hit er, leading moss
non, Doyle; The BHuenHment of ..
Thomas;; one sn'I l ,
'i4 ? Oden Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Starke 9:42: A. M. )nu
were visiting 107-Due
No.
Thomas, all ,of Mr. and Mrs F. E. Carr, Mr. and President of Florida Botanical and Sunday. under the said cortlfliNiti u.d .
W New mother River., Mrs. Mary Also surviving are Mrs. D. O. Stewart, Mr. and Mrs Arboretum Association thirteen Smith Sunday.Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Reddish had No. 101-Due Starke 10:27: P. M. in Unless the name vald of certlfluutc Jan. 0"",,'*.h,' II ln,.If >

brothers: Jim Thomas, of New E. A. Smith, Mr. and Mrs.. A. B. projects under way. and Mrs. Forrest Reynoldsand as their guest Sunday Mr. and Northbound den m..d uccordinir to Inw ax 4.i n
; two Thomas, of Carra- Radford, Miss Elizabeth Stewart + Mra. Lassie Wasdln of Jacksonville I' Mrs. R. R. Reddish of Webster Mr. No. 2-Due Starke 9.08: : P. M. will Issue thereon. on. tin ..ih, ",
River, and Jtms of April, A. I) IDtr.:
two slaters: Mrs. C. C. Wynn, of Montreal Mrs. T. R. Demery, Interlon Secretary Ickes, Florida were visiting friends and and Mrs. Bryant Reddish of Jacksonville No. 12--Duo Stance 4.30::: P. M. Dated thin 2Jrd., day or :t'anq.
way of Council; GIL, and hire J. 'C. Miss Gertrude Houser, Nat Stern- vlsltor--Semlnole 'peace' ad- relatives Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James O. No. 108-Due Starke 5:51 l : P. M. D. 1936. A. J. THOMAS.:

* Barry, of Macclenny. berg of Starke C. M Weinman cf vocate, hopes to see Everglades The showers that come last week Godwin of aRiford and Pete Bur- Starke And \Vaunee Uriuich Clerk of Circuit Cinirl',
ti He was burled In the Sapp Cemetery Jacksonville and J. H. HouHer. National Park established during were sure a treat to the farmersIn ney of Jacksonville.Mrs. No. 101-Leaves Starke 7:00: A.M. (OFFICIAL II rail SEAL font: ()uuuiy. F 'iriili'
' IflHt Friday morning and funeral !I Mr. M. D. You ten of Monaca. his administration. 1 our section. Doris McMillan of Gainea- I No. 102-Arrives Starke 3'60 P.M. r 3-21)-6t-4-28


;*ltl a the grave services by the were Rev.conducted W. T. McGuire at, I I "KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES"Tessie Seems To Be The Loser ---By POP MOMANJl:

K.
't of Starke, and tho Rev.

{ Earl Voiles, of Lake Butler B-eur- r HO NOT NO ;z'uu SAY! YOU WeI eJ4'T !
VHPressie GETS
A. AW! :tMM 3ET"
E. Sapp k
Pall bearers were ,. fOU ?
t .OUCtHT! MORE, CHEE !! ME WITH n-t' AIR. !.' r'RoM NOW "
G. W Andrews, W. l HETh : TF1wU<:oH WITH US ME'i"
Floyd Wiggins. "'(ou BcH'S WeRfi COLONEL C. PUflFS,>=1TItER ON WE'RE OUST A,
B. Lazenby, Frank Merritt, all of MAD AT WENR6PALS rSTIUU ACHE ALi.OVER WIMMGM/ PER( CouPLE O' WOMEN STICf<
New River and Clarence" Hoberts EAC3t c WtER.!'. !! ;; GOODTHEY T04ETHElZ..
wHeRe HATERS
!!
AIN'T, WE. JOT ClT ABUT !
of Lake Butler EL.ME.C; ? "fA SOCKeD t3iJTcT tY IN)
MY .,JAW!.' TROOBLBX -.-
Curd of Thank. ,II I IIIIII 'TEssla WHAT .Hour

Wo wlah to express our most In- I II WHO GETS YLL QE
R cere and heartfelt (hunks/ to all ) I HeR '

m who were HO kind and sympathetic
to us during' the tllneiui and

e.j. death of our husband, son and Gt a xd'0.r.o
brother We especially wish to ,4ar.x+ p b .o
thank Dr. Mlddletoa, Dr. Brutley;
Mrs. Gill and Mrs. Buford for their
> never-tiring efforts to comfort e Z

him. We also wish to thank all
{ifl
M who mint flowers May <::od's richest AA
Meanings rest upon each of 9

y r you 1 Is our earnest payer.I --

-The Thomas Family. THE FAMILY NEXT DOOR Experience Teach]

Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Renfroe returned

,,r to their home In Ft. Myers wfltv iLL, OV.' BILL NO V "IN! EITHER! f NO.a5'O! I"" ')
:r after a week's visit here with relatives brtT15 \ IolW: ARt "? FhtltoJAY! "O\)' E COIVftlN O\T I \l DOlt," GlrANVl/ L JUST COftUtV

r" and frleruU.J and ulster OtU- 1 AIN'T' SUN. V tM or MV 1' TrV MOUSE ',..' 'T'N V fiW BAQ- OM onE O' THC.MV
i' R. and H. B. Kelly Mal, IN A COON'S AGNHERt ui/AV TO TM' STJI\V WITH MI TN !! OPU4 VOOffTHE $r
of
RIMing,
Miss CUlt Conner Lillian,,Kelly of Water, Oak, Carl \ \ V GOIN' ? HOTEL ( ........... IF !

Cone of Starke and Misses Alllo
" Maye Drlggera and Elva Carrol of
k Lake Butler were. the supper w eo 10r
guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby -

and family Saturday night
y Mr and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and,
Him. J. L. Johns attended the funeral i 0e 0
services of Lacy Edwards at

iA Santa Fa Cemetery Friday after

noon.
Mr Ola Sweat returned to her ;
r Ga., after at ee
home In Way crows ddd
r tending the funeral of her brother- d 0

f in-law, Howard Thomas, Friday. C .
Mr and Mrs. M. F, Morgan left r \ d -
Saturday for Orlando after a several 0 sue: o a
a weeks visit here with Mr. and O t7MT
f. Mrs. W. B. Lazenby and MM. 00 0 H
!' Rhoda Dowllng.
home ... ... -Err,a (_ c _,__
M. 1.. Sapp returned vhlq -
business trip to .,
Friday from a -

Tallaha_.nee... -,+_ --- I MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET" By JL F. Van Zelm I Iuity



: Mien ... ln HAMPTON NMM (...rr....>.....t ( Ell!! *

r, Rev. Lyle will preach at the Baptist V C. ZAHD H OOD-- ullTr00Lu OID
Church next Sunday morning MAIN
and evening. HiW/v HEW4PAPEQ.APRIL OMi uH 'T..iRE lttGf lit 1ioxE/ AiwAYLoosciw' f T-HOUSE

Mrs. J. W Horn was a buHinesv \ + THEM APRIL OIJGITTABe toA RAIn 8orv/ @47$ son nt 0JACiL
9; visitor to Starke this week. SHOWERS / A 'r/fT.

: Mr John Nimmo and Mlsn Ada RASE Ir' tAS/TMOw

y;, Nlmmo> pent last Sunday In Ala-
H churl County, the guest of their
f" sister, Mrs. W. P. Blrt. -
i Miss Mary Lee Wynn who has hove TWA" tNARr., -c-- .

been visiting friends at Campvlll-s 'HEATHER HAS COME. I
'r' and Melrone has returned to her -I,
home. JACIe ttOSETaE HOQ..rr. \ I

William Engle, who hits been fort QAICMIT fofnf' ONT / .
several months in Miami, returnedto VOO OF Ml/1 /HOP.IT .

his home here this week. yiceM/* 1lAIN 4
Rev. Cooke preached at the
abe/
Methodist church last Sunday A tdT THiy MONTH.
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morning and evening. e -
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12 19311 hKAOlxmO>> COUNTY 1ELKUKAPI1. StAUtJK. rUIUU ".\Olt: TIIKKB 1

hniv. .\I'IUL _._. _. .. _. '
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to both Dave and Pommy on this New Stage SceneryIs Tuylor, .lock Unileihlll, Hilda Wy- i.amMIK'reO! f'tk: Cewl: .iFlrot

bright evening, for not through rick 'I'

curiosity, but only by chance did Very Beautiful --
Bradford High School Journali7 each teal occasional glances at Ninth Oracle Edward Thomas, Bern tea Cooper -

the had Friincea Peek L. O. Jones, Clar
; girl they picked as their Spurn on the Ail Curtain Is Still Elise Griff, Adell Howard,
own. The results were only humil ice Gill, Roswell Novgal Carol
AvniltiMo Mabel Leach, Addle Tyler, Gloria
._ __ .J iating. Finally, as the fiery exchange White, Aria Tlllman, Buna Pearce.
-' --== "" -= c --"- =" -
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--
---- '- of words between the two Cooper, Alice Parker, Leslie Bradley 4
"TUB BATTLE The B. H S, stage looks very attractive
OF WITS"
STAFF Senior Play Friday 1 Is became hotter, Betty calmly arose with its new stage scen- Eighth: Grade Alvin Crews, Bobble Edward,
--- By Lewter D. Snell and bade the pair a short "good- LelllLavender., Doris Sllcox: :, Frank McKenney, Ben Kite, Harold .'
::..Duroth Aap Outstanding Success ery (as those who attended the
+ t'Ider night," leaving the two In deeper Mfllte Silcox, Theodore Goodge, Tomlinson, Irene Howard, Helen -
:
""o'i.rli: In-Chief. ---fh'n: Believe senior play lust Friday night no-
it not but old
or our <
bewilderment. Simultaneously the George Silcox, Etta Kite Dyal, Johnson, Clara Sweat, AngelinaThomas.
EdIlO'V: ,'Andere nwrte Jr. Kevetpta Total $104.25; Expeiw graduate sport editor of the B, II. guests arose,'mumbled their nlmi- tired). Clara Flume, Lou anna Harvey, .
.r.r
tdlt"r 't.oul..e Snyder I Only About $15.00 S. Journal Lester Snell, has tried i a lar vows, and departed. The scenery Is composed of six Lorraine Hartman, Gloria John*, w__ __. .._..

lely': I'dllor':: '- sldlley A.He..htleld W. A.EDITORIAL. hand at his old trade As ever, he pieces, three wings, one pet house, Lnyree Phllllpn, Doris Strickland, E\ ENT4! PEEK OF APUIL 15 ,\

er elan ant BWItur d..r..on. J.., The Seniors put on their ann still slings a witty pen. This time one scenery curtain and an advertisement Geraldine Tlllman Irene Yar- Monday 15 State's newspaper ,

and laeuprFrAaiees(adm:: al play, "The Belle of Barcelona," he's taken the authorship role-ii By the middle of September the curtain. The scene lea brough. contest clones. Newspaper Itemt "

pert last Friday night and It went over a sports romance, and the arttcl first football drills were culled at garden scene. The picture on In-Faculty meeting. :

is being welcomed through thcourtesy Athens. Among the candidates for the ad curtain Is a lake view Mr,

big.The here at the of our publication he always the team was Tommy Baker He R. F. Demorent was In charge of Seventh Grade Tueaday, 18-Better Homes Con-

early days of spring are auditorium ( took pleasure in writing fo, had been a letterman for two sea arrangements.The Jewell Hutching, Billy Jackson, test
ese school house) wall filled to oveflowing -
of beauty. The trees ares reserved seats This serial, which in a humor sons on the varsity, and knew his following bought ads on the Margaret Lowry, Juanlta Barefoot Wednesday, 17-School d'IY.--
:
the were
y blooming, ; Vernon !,
Jean Davis Dyal
and the flowers way,'runs well along the line of a football ability would help him curtain. It Is those ads which Strawberry Festival.Thursday
dating! filled and people were standln
t the spring days are beautiful.less stlm This- The total crowd Is estimated i at true event as recalled by the late command attention and win the made the scenery possible Bradford Kltae Irene Goodge, Mary Rhodes June Judd Tom-, 19-Assembly. Ex- .:'

thn n they are hundred. Knute Rockne, will be covered In sole affections of his beloved Bet. County Telegraph, GasneU's! Maples Ralph lima begin tomorrow. Poem Con-
''n bit close to five
let down a Rltcli. W, S. Rivers
;limn when we three Installments. The following ty A born athlete, Tommy had Hardware, Duval Jewelry Co, my tests.

,f the spring fever becomes relax an epl-Inrole. The total receipts were $104 about:25 Is the first installment of wha the confidence to believe he could ,I (Jacksonville), Sternbrrg'a, Senior' Friday, 20 Assembly. Exam..
to total were
We Just seem and the expenses Lester confesses to be his Inltla make this be his banner year, despite Class of 1935, Harold C. Wall Insurance I !Sixth Oracle begin.

warm sunshine and forget the $1500, which is not at all bad. attempt at authorship.Editor, the fact that his meager time Stump's, Peterson's Dairy Snooky Corpenlng, Grace De'v, Saturday, 21--Mr. Gray attend

lIeo, to which we have been i so Because of the new stage aces prevented him from doing justiceto 'I Rib Theatre, Suwannee Store, !I Mary Loraine Stock well, Edward Florida H. S, Principal's meet or

jntlve ery and because of the plcturesqi It was a clear oaimy evening If 1 his training duties. JncobH'" Priests tOe Stole, A. J. Barnes\ Billy Griffin, Luther Lennon i conference.

fever Is not a newall-! and colorful costumes of the actors late August. On a veranda overlooking As the season got under way, Thomas Mitchell's Drug Store, Irvin Tlllmnn.. Helen Dowl-

S ring or It was felt long ago In the the play was very beautifu a bay Rat three people In I this will and determination, along whit;;; Store: Hall's Bar-B-Q: the I Ing: Fcml Jones, Frances Over- I OICDI-;; '

nt' of our grandfathers., The In-: The excellence of the plot added I to perplexed quiet. The hostess war with hiM active mind, had eventually A, and P. Store, Leila's Beauty ;I street, Frankie Hitch, LouNp.Sterna TIIK LIFE OKA

rep IUon to work In the sprlr the play's attractiveness also. Betty Brown an attractive yount won him much praise all a Salon, Starke Coca-Cola Co., A Jack Hille, Lewla Starling, LION

;po, partly from the fact that The seniors are very happy over girl of nineteen-- petite brunette first' string quarterback. Betty J. Grlffls, Denmark Furniture Co. Melvin Wiggins, Alma Johns Carolyn -

1 Is so much less that one I the success of their play,and have with a carefree manner. On her I had turned out to watch the team J. Wainwright, Torode Chevri- Keen: Ruby Rllcox, Ole(' .a Uyfurjur..t! I.oury

aid rather do. The outdoors iJ: not decided how to spend all the left sat Dave Edmonds, a bold go through Its dally workouts on I let Co., find the Hart Furniture Co. Smith Mother Lion left her cubIC in the

llnff! Everyone! la wanting to money yet. They have, howeve, confident chap with somewhat of a, several occasions, and In her uQuRI We hope to add to this scenery 'back part of tho cave and walked

to the lake or play tennis. spent $30 for a pace on the ad superior air On her right war custom, always cheered Tommy next Hchool term, by selling more I-trill (Inulo I Into tho nun and stretched contentedly

days, however, may have curtain. It rends: "Tho Senior ,Tommy Faker, youthful and handsome '- along. Then, too, she no doubt) ads as there IR still nome space Enos Hayes!!, Jr, Othmu Ilaynes, I If ono had seen her he would I

.The..Ir uses, enpeclallv for those who Class of 1933. and with a keen determine turned to shower Dave with praise left Any one denirlng to pur- Jr., Joe Allen Lander, Luster !\Ie-I I have gasped in horror, for site v.asa .

., possessed of physical energy This l play will long be remon tion. and envy In his work as a physi dense some of this apnea please nee i.lillan, Carrie Bell Bennett. hugo lion and when she opened!

d power of will. If one Is lool bored as- one of the best and ono It seemed that Hetty will a cian. It wan indeed n puzzling alt- Mr. It. F. Demorciit, Mr. Gray, or I thy Green Rivers Hundley, Dare her mouth It reminded ono of a :

for a chance to spring Into< of the most successful ever pri I pleasing young lady, for she hell uatlon.The! Mr A. J. Grlffis.HNN .... reh Johns, Shirley Morgan, Geruldlnc gigantic cavern. Once again aha

g.lershlp. this may be his opporti Rented by a Senior Class here I In I the affections of both these young cllrrnx, however, had already - ----- Silcox Bertlce Silcox, telma stretched herself und then seemedto "

but it is not so easy to wor Starke. men with equal zeal. AH through born reached In this three- >:iS H\VK DKflDF.l' Thornton, scent something, perhaps n

'V lore is a tendency, especially! .-- the Hummer both had courted her+ cornered romance, ant things soon \\H\T 1'0 UIVK SKMOIIH: young deer that had wandered off

honl,, to let our work go undon, KKKTCIIES : slmultanoouHly. So far, Uetty, ir began to change a bit It happened e Fourth tirade from UH mother. She lifted her
work hard we may ov t If we Jessie nine lirunnen 1 Joe Andrews III, George Flynn,
to what they
obstacles and the obstacle 'I welcomed the advances of both. the season at Harris Park A definitely decided nt air, us she did BO u. breeze: pitmcil:
me studious senior woe born Jr. Jlnimlo Griff, Sara Barefoot
.
This : the Seniors. ,
to be IIteppln -stones Far from holding such an unlit of fumi were on ale going to give and seemed to carry the scent
III! prove 18 1918 although young yet lingo throng in Mr.Gray's Gloria Bufnrd, Ida Lulu Da-
Feb two The decision was made ,
fcicnt thebe ) head and
of distinction. though, were hand for the game.'theluding Bet away for she dropped her
nrd a position be lntellc< Johns. Barbara
to Lee
she has grown very office last Monday uftev- ViII, Dorothy ,
them
for between the
Into
4s--- young men Th local teRm: the Athens walked leisurely brick
writIng ty.
---- -- of Thomas Verlona
the honor Snow Clai Ice ,
SHALT NOT KILL hen!. She won stood jealous, envying hate. Bjthla RCIII'Ietll, ultimately won the genre noon. cave. On the floor of the cave 1 I'
HOU: the best essay on "The Hoi Frldiy. afternoon, April 19, Phillips, Richard Jackson
On
: ; time it seemed that the affair The sensational play of Tommyhad were the remains of some animal: ;
Herbert Puekhum zon" In the state of Florida. She had developed into a three- Impressed Betty to the extent the Juniors will give the Seniors that could hardly be distinguished I

Ry jo shopping and look for was voted the best all-around, tho Lotncredlomllice. and it appeared that the picture was now a party at Kingsley Lake. Plane Third We ( most Intellectual \
jams but In the hurry "scurrjtry most studious, and the schoo!. Lhat it must be selttled In some Changed! almost entirely.) That have been made to leave town DonuM t Bagwell, ,Toe English, eaten and torn apart and partly I:

to save a minute and have Senior In the high way. Stubbornly, however, the night Tommy appeared at the about three o'clock to go to the Kepffpe: IMttH, Olin White, F.lnorn from the' dense bliicknena of the .
c Her likes are: Studying, schoo, held their own ground, eucn red sweater lake where there will be bathing Davit Kathleen tmlffed the remains I ,
accident This is certainly not< pair ?lrl'n house In a bright Bennett, Marjorie cave. Then lion
n bargain we go for miles to save history. Her dislikes are: boy; occasionally spurred on by Home hpprlng the large letter "A". playing, etc. After which suppel'l Stockwell, Monlepn Warren, Fay and walked over to her cubs,

jie dollar on a new suit that we swimming and dancing. Favorable words by Betty, who her- Thin, along with alnige bouquetof will be served.If faibrougl, Myrtle Johns.Siiiiiiil boxed one little cub's ears and lay :

to buy which takes an self seemed rather' amused at the flowers, had practically wonBetty's all goes well, everyone will be down ,.' i
re going France Hemingway situation, From a social: standpoint So favorable did back In town by Mix or sixthirtyto : ,
i In
then get funcy. found mother
and we later )
few
or more (trmtaPaul A
iiir born i In Ju- years
senior was for the
This popular dress for the show,
had the
edgen
and in trying to save a Dave decidedly the conversation advance thlltl lion still lying down, but not on
hurry 29 191f Andrews, Bobby BlggM,
Bladenboro, N. C., on May the for he was a graduate Insisted that nli>m are going to take the Seniorsto
mute we have an accident resul' Starke five ngc race Tommy flatly Gold of 1933"at Mack Fidel, Bryan Harrell, Gene the cave floor, oh no, but on a living
to
years
"The Diggers
She came loctor and at this time was a risIng the entangled romance nee
ig in Ions of many dollars In to the height of fin elusion that Nocgel, Bernard Jordan Becht Lee room floor stretched out, her
loss I Ire In She has grown young physician at the local could be settle once and the Ritz.
considering the to sniff the air Mil
not Oleeta Green, Betty head seeming
image feet and five Inches and weighs II.JRpital. On We hope all goes well and planswork Lleorge,
the most importar State Psychopathic for all. Confident of Betty's newly she did that lovely Hummer day. !
which Is She has blue eyes and out the time Is getting Hayes, Gnrnllu Hutto, Barbara
110 pounds. was workIng as
hand. him
the other Tommy for
In a store that save acquired affections Her beautiful coat was a IIhlnln.r.tawny ,
Whltflcld
0 bargain hair. She has been a short This la the third or fourth I Keen, Roberta Betty
auburn while
clerk, she be
few cents or a bargain ono as a common drug Tommy flatl ylnslsted that Edna Maa Mary color, but all her viciousness -
>lei\ a of the Glee Club for five time have been changed. The WcRae, Moseley
member plans
local Athens
icing a senior at the at no later than the fol-
that wlily his bride forever.
streets or highway Jean Wll- wart
Esther Clews, Dorothy gone
member of the special to please ev-
and Juniors were trying
a he
cost few moments but wtll years University; However, possessed lowing night. Thoughtfully though
a Glee Club two years. She took! his body and were pleasing no .
dollars and all probat a very active mind, and Uetty wan forced to refuse. ery .
ve many part in the contest In Jacksonvilland served to overcome this body. Now they have changed their
life also? persistence this time, Dave Edmonds, tll :
ly By
was among the winners. Sh) loclal handicap.On tactics and are doing ua they think FUNERAL DIRECTORS

It Is all right to look at the likes! Ice cream, brunettes, parties the Tommy's one and only the competitor,, I best. As n result, they are findIng our tears Bxpvrlxiice Make It ronilblit for IT. ta Render !
this certain I evening, as fully aware of proceeding M.my
was
hta but do not be one. Loo skat and work
; singing, swimming, that things are easier! I
whethe picnics, hree: sat together, neither of the and readily Kenned the fact that na EFFICIENT" 1'KOAIIT: and C'OIXtTKOUS HEHVICEMODERATE '
tore are going brunette in: '
you '' and a certain boy 'out better
'ng
I'UICRH:
,liking or driving a car. Whic Starke. She dislikes history, stuck wo young men exchanged any Serous was fading out of the picture. Good luck to the Juniors-. ..Poor .
,>ulil you rather be a pocketboo; and working. words The few words they Now, Dave was not much of a Things! Dt-WlTT C. JONES COMPANY I

ateher or a second snatcher ate up people, poke were of a sarcastic nature football player, yet, he like Tommy -.-.-- bTAUKK. FLOItlUA I.

signal lights and possibly tak Charles render In fact, neither were prepared to had much persistence and an ROLL '

Instead of property The sec Charles was born January 12, tell the other what they might active mind. It was plain now that HONOR -=
have wished to, for neither had exacted lie must play the role of a football: Twelfth tirade
d or minute snitcher at crossin,,.: and has grown to the heigh
1916 to meet the other here on hero to keep In tcp; with hilt rival Jctwlo Mae Brannen, Melba Crosby -
Id dan
is one.hnlfInches
signal lights a more feet ten '
3t about five !Occasion. It was out of the picture Merrill Edwards, Leecy Fogg,
roug person to the public well and weighs about 121 his particular or else step For Expert RepairingSmith's ;
'f> than the pocketbook snatch- He has blue eyes and only by chance that they had met. Dave knew that he himself was Mildred Hundley, Louise Kite,
pounds. Jetty, too, had little to say. Only physically Inferior to his younger Martha Powell, Dorothy Sap) >,

light brown hair. vhcn a question was put directlyo adversary in this romantic battle Loulso Snyder; Ivan Sponholtz,
There Is one error In Judgmen lIe Is considered the best por definite that he must find a Stuck well, Anita Wainwright -
her would she give a lie knew, too,, Irma
it carries a lot of grief.. Alcohc }f the seniors and also the most hit I
he
inswer.! And to further complicate team to play with. Finally Garage
ot
all right In the radiator but not popular boy. He is a member
: matters, the always upheld upon an idea he thought might -
the operator. nee Club.. His likes are: Joking,
her equal favcr for both.It work. Eleventh firiidt* .
iVe rend every day In the new ilnging: swimming, eating and a Hall, fi
installmentfor Johnnie Rue Cone, Audrey
'ers of enumerable accidents bu certain blond girl of. Starke. His was a beautiful, starry, moonlit Watch next week's Phone 120 ;
Jeffords
Lea Retta ,
e do not heed the warning. W> liallkcu are: working, school an'ilstory. evening. A sliver ray from the further _developments.ELKSIKNTAny. ___._ Vonda Inman,Thede boa Tlllrmn,
reflected 6n the bay before n_ __ Gullda Marie i
,ok tiles at scholastics bu turn to the noon hem. Either of the two rivals : NEVIS June Whitfield, Elaine Wynn. Wrecker Service Day or Night
Instead of giving them i" 1
ould have enjoyed this evening flllMH Lilly's FiJTHt Grade -
lous Torode ,
thought. and then, go 00 Edwin
had the other not We are working on Easter Book Tenth Grade
l1ne with Betty Ki
eless senior boy wn: )
as ever but the'only way; This good-looking
Mildred l.rown, DaisyLett
of Lois Judd,
the lets. In them wo have picture
In Lawtey. Hi b ten present. Throughout FLORIDA MORE CONCRETE ROADS
really understand the grief R.ml born Oct. 21, 1915, and Easter rabbit and flowers. We Dunn Eula:: Mac Dyal, Lots NEEDS
faring that is caused by these Is about five feet eleven Inches'ail evening, the laughing eyes M. 1..14" LphcU;:, Ota \
Easter: stories )G.c, .
of predcmittcd. I are writing our osv.i
smile Betty
:
.' has arefree
,
dents( Is to stop! look think! weighs about 13\ pounds Smith, Maggie McMillan, ELiml
\11 1 I listen! If some on, whom you brown eyes anti black hair. Ho Is They were clearly apparent under them. '

...Ill< In high esteem were to be in- i member of the Glee Club. And Is "By DWIG i r

'led' In this number on the stalls: ire.ldent of the Student Govern- SCHOOL DAYS I '

:s>I that is cast aside without a acnt of B. II. S. His likes are:

'rlouR thought then we wouiCIc !' Swimming, dancing, talking, and '1.

" .' and heed the warning. Sup. ;:!ov. Howard. Ilia dislikes arc: '!

,se that your mother, father, sly Ichool and working. & I
:
r, Mother: or sweetheart were Jt --u- j- .-ii-- ; "
:
M included, what then? There WIIOOZITf f

1'8 thousands of such things hap. .. .. .. _,__ Is: a senior, ; 104.l'o .

Ing each year and everyone She la five feet two, weighs 115 ::',

, Protect your loved ones by pounds, has blue eyes, la an average $ETfrN'tldf ttea '" ''d 11

ling the highways safe foe student, likes candy and corn- flf.L.O Nsup ,
em. Is always smil- ptGNt f007 I 1 1y ;
Is a girl scN: '
pany. ... 4
Ing. Can you fill In the blank? 1\0'0 ",,ttf cn oa seec /

'{\'Il .\nos SCHEDULE: 01 Last week'a answer-Mary E, t OIITs.. H4' 'It
p.f' )
Q'f FL.\e M Cev OMas
\Dt-'OItIJ COUNTY H i o ii /ynn. t"'l\Iel\' p
. JlOOL SECOND SEMESTER' --.. .-- pbaTelTfeGb QAptuMD KprEP DNf '.I I

"A DOG OF FLANDERS" r 4AOI ,1 fpp .
tMvt'pgp1V
tali-May, April 18th=Senior SI'O.VSOUEI) f j f0atp aCAdGNT Jul' 1 d

18m, English IV. / Y yorae OUT l t ,
"
m.,i History IV. landers" was sponsored by some CONCRETE HIGHWAYSPAY
4 al
Friday 10:40-12:20: Spanish anJ' ,f the elementary grades Thursday i r t

1 '"lco Exams. 1:20-3:10: : Chemls- : April fourth. The room /

Y exam !laving the largest! number of pupils FOR THEMSELVES: t

undny: April 21st-Baccalaur- buying tickets at school was

I e Sermon by Rev. B. M Mont-' given a prize. This was won bythe 4y/ ci 1
//$
\m.!"ry in au-Htorlum at 8 p. m. third grade which had twenty- t W rhr*. reasons wbjt concrete it ih. tenor surface. Th. raving' i*in

:.:ondny. April 22nd 9:40-10:30: tour, Fourteen dollars and Mxtyve |Wx4' < ** & mote ecoaomical p..emeoi: gal,oil.lifts and car repair*. ,,
mi1st period classes cents was made from the ticket W
WjM.f3? 1. Long life and low upkeep 3. Concrete bujltj beaten, pro- R
,
nlay: April 22nd 10:40-12:20: ; tale at school.; This money was *2WJ" t
.
lalllP 6th period classes. ued to pay for books bought for te f ii fund wblch would otherwise be mote travel A town on concrete ,!ii.'penl .

r"day, April 22nd 1:20.3:10 usen the grades sponsoring the 4 r ) forr.palre' mar b,used eo ia j moved closer to ill ,

( MS 6th period classes. show. felli5W complet our highway System market. ii'li

e ______ __ _fl_ _> ?
,. Sunday, April 24th, 9:40- T I 2.ScicotUic l ia 1
rSctlc Re-exams. Make up work SENIOR INVITATIONS AND proved thir it COM motorints reasons concrete r>a em.nn (i.emocoriiM jail i
e for CARDS
May Day Exercises. up 10 2 c.nu per mil less to relaxation .. comfort 1 1drl.
00e n"<1ay. April 24th 1:30-: mo- .. on concrete thin on In- ...andSArFTVI .
all smile nowfor
May Day Program The Center: are I '!".
TIt Mrsday received them invltatlomid + II '
''m'I April 25th.. No pupils they week. The "An Open letter to Henry Ford" ii a booklet worth having li't FREEI ,'"r
Grades cards this I
Records, etc. calling ! IIrsday, April 25th, 8 p. m. Ju- vitatlon are of the folding type Ii I I PmH iMt re pos to* poilaltorJASSOCIATION ,

'iJ.: and Senior High School Comment and have the class motto name ofthe '" C..p..1 rFORTIAND-:- { }}
Exercise In High clas8 colors and class floweri CEMENT 4j

h 0'>' Auditorium. Buses them. The Invitation Is white i Hurt DIJic., Atlanta, c;.. .
run. I
..F Way, April 2Gth, 8:40-10:30 and "Bradford County Hlg ; I Send Free: "Aa Open Letter to Henry Ford. ,it

,. rt Cards., Announcements. :hool" la printed in gold letters 8" I ......... ................................,........
L. B
iton.a: UlUmer Vacation Begins on i the front. The cards are the Strttt.Gy. .......... ..........o..a........
y, la script style and both
. her April 29th. 8 a. m. 1 engraved Invitations are ...... ........ ........ .. .... ..Sill"...;.... .......
:: Session of Bradford tb. carda and i
tY High SchooL rlctly modern and very pretty.



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BRADFORD coUNTY TCLEOITAPn, STAItKE.!: FLORIDA. .. '- ....-. _...______ .. ._ __._ ..-- -- -.,- _RJt.- 12. iOrf
.... ... ---- -- St. -
for Miami where Augustlne's
-- ---- nesday morning Florida 8i l
1\\ =='-- { ; 6y I MYU 4 I.f ; they are attending the annual convention for the Deaf and Blind ,'e JH
iIC : .
, LORUJA .. n ..H Y IGJi" n Kr J.,......,. r.r of the Grand Chapter of years old. "1.
'
I FOURociety. Eastern Stars as delegates from .-

; /p.SPARIl.LA-: : the local chapter. of U.30 S.has Coastal moved ana to Palatk.Geodetic tOtOIl\?",,

The meeting began Thursday plete nautical charts to San) !;
7LO//bAS
and north to
morning and will close Saturday. Gr en Cove Spring
i y ?
v1T.LSTYJNL7 !
5v ;
.
1:1 FAMOUS !+" eYr+%,..rNC Mrs. Delia Green of Tampa who -
efP Duval County !
'l Baptist Young People Woman's Club holds r. n Is a frequent visitor to the Starke fires with circulars righting and ano ppo, j

Pass B. Y. P. U. Test Regular Monthly MeetingThe i Chapter, will be the newly elected tus, spending $4.000 on campa
i,' ,'.J. / Grand Worthy Matron. matching U. S. and State
aijgtE .
The following young people at regular monthly meeting ot ; 'Ire. 'V yaiylj'r lY V tV.}. '.' 'rvPy ,.
the Woman's Club of Starke wa R (r ) y -
' ,' tended the B. Y. P. U. Training
held at the Club House on the aft
School held at the Baptist Church ernoon of April 10 at three-thlrt,;

March 25 through March 29, and o'clock. RIBBON BEERBock

successfully passed the examination The president Mrs. Edward

t. for diploma credit: Burns having been unavoidably,; : ... i4
; ,_ "
. y4. Senior: Book: "Meaning Of absent and the vice-president, Mrt 4Y -

.j\;\: Church Membership": O. L. Beasley being ill, Mrs. H. II. r.-rwr /rIZ"4'"A Ahi'y f5,tl tld"aJ'Ii' Beer Now In
the meeting + SeasonKitty's
J William Crews Fannie Silcox, Young presided over
Maude GlIsI. Miss Ruby LIHey acted as secretary -
Ella
i Pauline Priest
I..to 4! non, Doris Silcox. Frances Hemingway for the afternoon. After thll Lunch Pioneer Service
,;k( Eunice Williams Dorothy routine work Mrs. L. A. Davln T (SINCLAIR SERVICE I Station
Kickltter Liberty Moore chairman of the Better Homes In +flt ".7 *,u. + t'Jt"t4' f kV" r" IASu j4e+1 '
Claire STATION)
} R. J.
TtN ANDHE\\S
America Week announced the JR
Clarice Gill. 1S1>!'
Hazel Crews _
: April 28 to May 9 would be observed ,4' 223 Temple Ave. Mil N. of Court House:
'1.Intermediates: Book: "Meaning w'i.: STAKKE
(
as the annual Better Home'
:;<1( Of Church Membership": Week In Bradford County and thai

Earl Johns Florence Mersereau she has some plans and sugg-es -
,')],' Mildred Williams Juanita Barefoot I Lions sent out from headquarters

t Doris Crews Fay Warren, 'which she would be glad to pass : Freshly Rousted! FreBhly Groiuul!
J Jenclle Hutching, Alma John, out to any one Interested. Mrs
"l Alice Peter on. 'L. D. Vining moved that a vote ol '
A
.'t.'.'' Juniors: Book: "Studying For thanks be given Mr. O. C. flog % o COFF.EE
.
Service" of FERA activities .
: Chairman
later .
, I Willie Mae Key Dorothy Alva- and Mrs. J. F:. Wilson chairman .[SS....sla._+'\ltP"...,..;,.o";';......-..........,..Jr.i: ;._; :!:".,..j...r\.0'(',....;+"t.Yi.,.::,;!;!Mp,-";'i'3T-t1.,..'" !Jw.Mh J

' rez, Dorothy Lee Johns Ellen Mersereau of the House Committee for -Y.rM1r'.Mvn--_...... +.Y.d1-0t',- ,... 8 OVIock IU1 Circle Ilohar
if Wanda Fay Whltfleld the thorough cleaning of the Clubhouse .. .. _.' __.........".11:<11,1;.;>:.'):(:...... )\ .. Y kilid-Aiellow Full Bodied !
'1,1-\;\. Eloise Bullock Ruby Silcox, Sara and grounds. ...;; i4 ESTAIlwN10 Uinrj"Ib

%, Barefoot Mrs D. P. Carpenter gave an
r) The following attended the Sun- Instructive illustrated talk on Yellow WNOMYRULESI 19c Ib.21c Ib 25

;: day School course of study "Out.'t Stone Park which was follow. J'fJI'I
: lines of Bible History" and panned ed by a musical program given by
( the test for diploma credit: Mr. the Junior Music Club under the GRANDMOTHER'S-FreBh, Plain or Sliced
,'Ei A. M. Darby Mrs. Luther O. Powell supervision of Mrs. L. A. Canova. I 11-o:*:. 18-oz.. 24oz.Vh.Vht.. Cr. \Vht.

f' Mrs. R. A. Thomas, Mrs. O. A. The program presented was as :; r BREAD 6c 8c lOc 8c Sc

'." Anderson, Miss Fannie Silcox follows: i _-
,sy>(? Mra. R. L. Kemp, Mrs. O.J. Griffin, 1-Piano Duet "Stars and The annual GASPARILLA GARNI- eenth century activities of Jose Gaspa- : DIXIE CRYSTAL---Finest Granulate
the
tf;' Mrs. C. B. Price Mills Doris Sil Stripes Forever" (Sousa), Margaret VAL at Tampa is one of the most pic- rilla and his notorious pirates on I
\ U cox Mr. A. J Thomas > Lowry and Frances Overstreet, turesque celebrations in America t Each West Coast. The colorful spectacle at- SUGAR 5 lb. cloth bag 25c
of
"t 2-"Orandfather's Clock.", Fay tracts thousands people. ,
:: tiit ITarbrough' and small band, Arch year on Feb. 5, pirates sail into the har: No other denizen of the deep travels ... .. .. .

' Thomas Jr. conductor. bor at high noon, emerge from a galleon more swiftly than the DOLPHIN which ION/V-Plain or SeURlslngFLOUR -

3-"Soldiers March" (Schumann and stage a mock invasion of the city moves with such I incredible rapidity in 6-lb. Sk 12-lb. Sk. 24-lb. Sk 48-Ib

1 RITZ THEATRE ), Frances Overstreet and amid the rattle of masketry and boom of quest of prey that it looks like a mere 25c 47c 89c $1.79

and, Juanita Barefoot. conductor cannon. Beautiful fantastic floats shimmering blur of color-a yellowish blue streak-
'WI. STARHB, FLORIDA 4-National Junior Club Song- with color and tinsel, wind in the water. In pursuing a flying fish, COLD STREAM- 'Tlneat- -Alaska-- -- Pink-

i PROGRAMBEGINNING lunlor Music Club. through the crowded streets to the accompaniment its chief prey it swims underneath it and

:! I FRIDAY "Festival March" (Low). of martial music by gaily captures it when the flying fish touches SALMON 4 tall cans 39c
oulae Stern and entire band uniformed musicians. The great festivalwas the surface. This is an. excellent food

dd'( FRIDAY, APRIL 12TII Frances Overstreet conducting. inaugurated about 30 years ago by'' fish and also one of the gamest found in -

':w "Silver Streak" 0"London Bridge." a musical a group of prominent Tampa citizens'' Florida waters. It reaches a length of BEANS Stringless Lb. 9c

:;k4 Sully ntntuv Charley Starrett I;ame. and 15! based on the traditional eight- six.feet and a weightof 10.0.pound"
CELERY Stalk 8c
1\; Hostesses for the afternoon were
1J J sf I SATURDAY, APRIL 13TII kfeadames R. F Demorest L. II.
. Celebrates Eleventh S. S. Conference At Jernigan-Johns LETTUCE Head 8c
a "Rocky Rhodes"Buck ill], S. L. Peek H. B. McLendon,
( Jour Glen O. Searing, G. A. Anderson, Birthday AnniversaryL'Etta Baptist Church SaturdayA Mr. Perry E. Johns of Starke APPLES; Winesap 2 Lbs. 15c
; .. of
1 L. A. Canova and George Inman was hostess one-day Sunday School Conference Announces the marriage
Corpening
t SUN.-MON., APR. ....15 to a number of her little friends I will be held at the First his niece SQUASH Lb. 7c

1 { "CARNIVAL"Jimmy D. E. S..Notice Friday evening at her home on Baptist Church here Saturday Geraldine Emily Johnsto CARROTS Bunch 7'2clOc
Walnut Street In celebration of April 13, from 110 o'clock a. m. to ,
Ellen*, the
}, Duranta Sally The regular meeting of Louis A. Jernigan, Jr.
11! Lee Tracy Starke Chapter Order of Eastern her eleventh birthday anniversary four. p. m. Sunday April 1, 1933 ORANGES Florida Doz.
: Also News St: Hilly SymphonyTUKS.'WED. A color scheme of pink and The real of these meet.
,i Star will be held at the Chapter purpose Lake Butler Fla.
: was carried out effectively lire LEMONS. Fancy Doz. 19c
oom Monday night at eight green ings is to deepen the spiritual ..
APR. 16-17
# .
'Jj' The marriage of this popular
in the decorations of the home and Christian *
'clock, of the people,$crease their -
; BANANAS 4 Pounds 15c
I "BORDERTOWN"JJ AU member of the Chapter are the beautifully embossed birthday usefulness stimulate their Interests couple took place at the home of

PliI1'tunl'\ !=:;;It>tta' Davis urged to 'be present ''and visiting cake held eleven pink and green In.Church and Denominational Judge J. E. J. Walnwrlght in Lake
i'.1\' Margaret Lindsay. members 'of the Order are wel- candles. Games were enjoyed by affairs, and to broadcast Information Butler, Sunday evening at seven- TOMATOES lona 3 No. 2 cans 25c
Pallette this group of young folks and a about the New Testament
,it" Eugene ome. Edna Hart W. M. refreshment course of punch and Program as interpreted by thirty o'clock, with Judge Wain- LIMA BEANS Fancy Mixed No. 2 can lOc

${; CASH NITE Eva Anderson Secy.OL'EN birthday cake wan served by the Baptiste. wright performing the ceremonyin
young hostess' mother Mrs. Hul- The visiting speakers will be: the presence of a group of .intimate NUTLEYOLEO Lb. 15c

..\ TUESDAY. APRIL 16TI1 da Corpenlng assisted* by Miss Dr. E. D. Solomon Mrs. Waldo friends of the couple. PEAS Olympia Brand 2 No. 2 cans 15c
\i FREE
): 25.00 DAY AND NIGHTHALES Patsy Brinson. Wlllla Mrs. J. F. Vagts and Dr. W Mrs. Jernlgan who has been a

i ': TIIURS.-FKI., APR. 18-19 L'Etta was the recipient of W. Wlllian. resident of Starke for several SPINACH DelMonte 2 No. 2 Cans 25c
many lovely gifts from her friends where she has resided with
{j "Happiness Ahead"Dirk I Invited to share this occasion with At the noon hour .refreshments years her uncle and aunt Perry E. and .
will be served on t r" grounda by
"""l' Powell- her who were: the ladies of tht .....rch. and at the late Ethel Moitt Johns Is Josephine. llutrhlnnon ON ROAD THIRTEEN Mary Lorraine Stockwell Betty Member of this year's senior class
1:49 the afternoon
: p. m. program
Y and Carolyn Green Gloria Johns of Bradford High School. She
.'-.< Marian and Helen Dowling Louise will begin. A- with her pleasing personality has CLEANSWEEP BROOMS Each 31c
Stern Margaret Lowry Carolyn H--1. -a herself to wide circleof
endeared a
Keen Jerome Johns. Music Study.Group friends here and elsewhere who P & SOAP 3 Bars 13c

ir.i:1: IL .-- will learn with interest of her
Meets Friday)I LUX TOILET SOAP 3 Bars 17c
i Strawberry Festival Badges marriage and will wish her much

1 The Music Study group.ot theWoman's happiness.Mrs. LIFEBUOY SOAP 4 Cakes 25c
Festival budge will
Strawberry
Club will meet at the O. '
Jernlgan Is at present rwsiding'
a be on sale tomorrow (Saturday) on W. Alderman homo on North Wal- I ;'' here at the 'home of her LUX FLAKES 3 Sm. Pkgs. 27c
the ttreets of Starke. R. F. Dem- .
afternoon at,
nut Street Friday
ores. t, general mandj1CI',ot the festival S:.O o'clock: Mrs. 'Alderman fid' n.-l!l'j reboot until, h.11 after. \ graduated which he from win .. RNSO 3: mall: Pkgs. 23c

f'r .., has designated the Woman'. high
'lhe
Mrs, U A. Canova hostesses.
-- I I
in Gainesville,
Missionary Society of the Metho- program will be in charge of !:'1'8. where join Mr.they Jernigan will relil':'.. Mr. Jer A&? LIQUID BLUEING, 12*>r.: bet. lOc
dist Church as the organizationto Edward Burns.. Mias Lucile I .It-
holds responsible position A&P AMMONIA 10. bottle: lOc
nlgan a z. :
= a make and !sell) the budges. which chell and Miss Ruby LIHey who
d ly t+l i11III with the Radio Service Shop In
q are hand-made artificial straw.; will deal with Our Contemporary that city.Attend SCRUB BRUSHES lOc and 15c
berries very attractive in appearance Composers: Edgar Stlllman Kelly, .
The proceeds from the sale Henry Hadly. Deems Taylor and Convention SELOX Soap Powder Large Box 15
O. E. S. ,
i>f the badges will bo used to help John Alden Carpenter with renditions -
/f pay for painting the local parson of their compositions by lo- Mrs. Edna Hart Worthy Matron FURNITURE POLISH Sultana 12

/ cal artiste. and Miss LIllie McRae Conductress
age.Every citizen will want to buy a i
of the Starke Chapter
All members of the Woman'sClub WHITE HOUSE
of these 1A e badge and thereby advertise the are urged to attend Order of ,Eastern Star left Wed : lOc
festival and .*.....Pare the women. u/Hf\ ---- -.- I EVAP. MILK 3 Tall Cans
FAMOUSMAGAZINES{ J
working to Improve the par-l I TEA Our Own yz-lb.pkg. 25c
sonage. Mr. W E. MIddleton Is
I president of the W. M. S., Mlas SUN\I\ID--Seedt'd or Seedless
and Olive Ray la> leader of circle Number JACKSONVILLE FAIR RAISINS 3 Pkgs. 25c
One and Mra. A. F. Sauls leader -
THIS NEWSPAPER of circle Number Two. DEL MONTESPINACH'
t
APRIL 12-21 2 No. 2 Cans 25c

;r ONE FULL, YEAR Mrs Canova Presented In ENCORE PREPARED

Recital At Gainesville SPAGHETTI 3 Cans 25c
; 9fr 9fr *f* fft >Fa* :
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Q McCALL'S MAGAZINE ,1 Yr. Wom.,,', World ........1 y,. Society The Gainesville at Its last regular Philharmonic meet- Ten Big Days Ten Big Nights I II I MEAL Rock Ground 10 Ibs. 24c

U Picloiial R .iow .......1 y,. Household Mlllnl" ...1 y,. Ing of the season held' at the! I
} LJ MYSTtRY (Oel cti.tl ..l y,. CappersFenn.,1Yr. Oaindavllle Won an's Club Monday Exhibits Displays I GRITS Medium 10 Ibs. 30c
a Better Home (, Cardeni.l y,. Progresiiv. Firmer ...,.2 y,.. evening presented Berte Long
4V, a HOME MAGAZINE ....! Yr.Sporti Home Circle! .........IY'. distinguished contralto of Jacksonville * : RICE Fancy Blue Rose 5 Lbs. 23c
... IIIUltrltod Mechanic. ...1 y,.
a Afi.M ...... 1Yr. B
,i NEW MOVIE .........1 y,. Th* Farm, )lou'n.I..1 y,. and Mona Alderman Ca- WORLD FAMOUS I BEANS Navy, Northern, Baby Lima lb 6c
,.,"lInde, tWdfUy I ) ..,.1 y,. 0 The Country Hom..1 Y,. nova brilliant pianist in a Joint
: TOWER RADIO .......I Yr. a Mother' Home LH..IY'. recital. BLACK-EYED PEAS Lb. 6c
Coed; Starlet ... .. .....1 y,. a Southern AgricultuiutCintleweman ... Yr. Mrs. Canova played; the following MODEL SHOWS OF AMERICA
t'"r SERENADE (Hominc.) ..I Yr. a Ma.asie,1Yr. selection: ION BRAND-Delicious Rich 1.lb-Car;"-- 2-lb. Ca 10
Open Raid (Boys) ,,..,JYr. a Successful F..1; Y,.
Prelude in Rachmaninoff. -
,;IV g N tdl.cr.ft .,... ......1 y,. a Home Friend ..........iYr. Q-sharp minor 20Shows MIDWAY 20 Rides', COCOA 3cSUNNYFiELDFresh. 23c

Cheek 3 Magazines thus (x) Check: J Magazine thuII.(.) Two Intermezil, Opus 119
Brahma. Crisp
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k l I MAIL THIS COUPON NOW! j jt John Suite, L. Hunton."Sketches of the West," I FREE ACTS AFTERNOON & NIGHT CORN FLAKES'8oz.pkg.. 7c

+ r Cheek. "'<.th... metulnee deelred ud return. rut witk. ISage Brush: Prairie Dog, FIREWORKS NIGHTLY 10NA-Wlth Pork and Tomato Sauce '
yew*_N. FU.out eeapett, eerelully.' Bllzr&d).

it 6 p ( GenfleiBeet I .....1... I ._ __ leue ....dtt t Those accompanying Mrs. Ca. * BEANS 16-oz.can 5c
.. h. thfee. ..... .-.. checked. .. wilfc a .1''...'. nova to Gainesville for the recital
v ufcecipae Itt tow .....par.DM5D were Mrs. Q. H. Lowry Mrs M. Lots To See! Lots To Do! Lots of Fun! OIBB'S TOMATO. or VEGETABLESOUP
H. Young and Mrs S. P. Vandivlere. -
-. Per Can 5c
GO!
k l araur oa ..r.D trI -_......-.- LET'S

Five thousand plum trees being:; * *
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Mrs. William Norris and son. Mr. and Mrs. Ima 'Quick, Miss ber Is the best time to breed hogs Twenty Tennessee mayors are in Htarka the following! mnnnilire '\ I,

Robert Dodd, spent several days of Miriam Jacobs and Warren May o!! for tho spring farrowing. This insures now touring Florida, advertising appointed.. : J F. Klcklltor, J, M.yulilvnu ['

last week In Quincy with her son Lacoochee George Dayton of Dade birth of the young before their state Scott.Clerk., JRe. HornHuy and FA. \

Bits of In-law and daughter. Mr. and Mra City Herbert Schwartz of Gainesville the scriw-worm: fly has become .- A. J. ORIPFia, Rupt.VV. ,

Cecil G. Price. and Mr, fwd: Mrs. B. Jacobs,, abundant and allows enough time NOTIfM OK .1.11t..1 KI.KfTIONHHy Miss Rosalind Jacobs and Miss for marking and castrating before the pi.v..r VHNtmt, In the m bythe 4-IZ-6I-6-IO. it
I law'a of Plorldn, the Hoard of
Mr. and Mrs. W. !ol. Wainwright Annie Mae Pearce formed a con the fly season. I'uhlhi Itmtrtictlnn of Bradford >
genial house.party spending last Controlled breeding of stock Couniv hereby rails elwtlon to behold 1'KE-EASTEK SPECIALSUUAKANTRKI I II
IDeal It.yevh'COXCERNING and children, of Jacksonville, were In lltunplon; Htarke, cirahuinHiul
guests during the week-end of Mr, wee -end at the Jacobs summer within limited dates not only reduces Hrooker on Tuesday, Mny 14, I
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cottage at Kinguley Lake. the Hcrew-worm hazard but, 1 J& for She i>mp<>Mt ur olecrk.rthree :
PEOPLE BUSINESS AND Walnwrlght's parents, Mr. anr ntiHteea In each district andtleierinlnliiK : I'KKMANKNT: :'\ WAVES
OUR Mrs. N. D. Waulwrlght, Sr. ---- according to the Bureau of AnlmRIIndust.y the amount of inlllucatu I \
EDWAIIUS conforms to the h" annealed \til each.Kor '
also
OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWN L.CnOBF.ltr the purpoN. of holding sold I : $::1.00 I'ermllnl'ntn.t'II$3.O i! :
PROGRESS Funeral servlca ;were held last principles of good animal l husbandry eluclltm In Hampton the following $3.00 l'nmlUtf'nt"t'! *..._$3JO
Miss Mabel Reddish and Mr. an! Friday afternoon for Lacy Robert resulting In greater uniform timnuiiern are appointed 1* Cecil Ma-
nine, J V, Jones, T. M Mawnn end 97.00 I't'rmant'ntL O ,
Mrs. Wm. Lantz and son, Billy, If; Edwards. 60 who died early lust ity In the offspring It. 11. Wiggins Clerk For the pur.

I Jacksonville spent the week-em Wednesday night In a Jacksonville .. (pnee of hnldlnic. N..ld election, In Shampoo Set, Manicure: j

;- Lambe spent Wed Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gertner of here with Miss Reddish's parents, Hospital, after a lingering Illness INKXCUSABLKKXTltAVAClANCB' tlrnhant appointedKlram lh following Wamiln manager, itllay I arc! Arch & Facial. .$1.50 '
Audrey Gainesville, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Reddish of several months duration. \VIIH.lIlI.V.. MclOver. and John Kur-

S(!,'ay:; In Jacksonville. Mr. and M.C. H. Nasworthy. A short service' was held at the Free postal service has becomea ruiioy: ('":r.rt'I' :: r: llrmikar pur'rose the ofholdln LEILA'S

Mrs. W. G. Hallo has been removed scandal and abuse. The volumeof followingmaiiHirern pro appointed :
family residence by the Rev. C. BEAUTY SALON
< H, ColMOll. H. T. OHteen, 8, M.
of Graham, "
Mrs. H M Wasdln Mrs. Robcoe H. Bartley, of Jacksonville to her home from the Gil A. Crosby; with the service being "franked mail, that is to say, Molt and K T. Stewart, clerk For I

S a'VI8itor here Saturday. spent Monday here wither hospital where she had been a patient continued at the grnve at Santa mail matter carried .free of postage the purpose of holdlnir nnld election,

mother, Mrs. ,William Norrli for the past three weeks convalescing Fe Cemetery, near' Hampton, Interment is shattering all records. -

Lou Godwin of Lawwas from an operation followed m the family The amount of such material
,, Annie WHEN YOU NEED I.UlU.RVISIT ;
Ur Miss Cleo Saxon of
visitor here Friday. Hamptoi can led this year, if the proper
a spent last week In Starke the The Woman's plot.Mr. J
Missionary Society postage were required, would meana
Edwards had been a lifelong :
I..T B. Roberta of Graham, guest of Mr. and Mrs E. J. Dow of the Methodist Church will resident of Starke and was well- : revenue to the government of

Sire. Friday afternoon. Ing.: meet Monday afteinoon"at three from twenty-eight to thirty-two.
I sin Siarke known throughout the countySurvivors BENNETT'S LUMBER COMPANY
thirty o'clock, at the church. Devotional million dollars.
"Mrs Green wen Mrs. T. J. Griffin Mrs. Carrie and business meeting.Mrs. besides his widow are
and;;; L. D. This Is the Item whose cost Postmaster
Ritch and Mrs. Thelma John two daughters; Era,and Mrs. Let-
.
Tuesday.T General deducta'dfrom Ono Block Smith of Depot
Jacksonville Farley
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tutors, to were visitors In Jacksonville Mol L. A. Davis leaven today tie Crawford; glx-apnj. Dock, Guy,, the actual postal deficit of ,!
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Leo EWarda of Sturke! ,
Throdore ,
,
of Raiford, was day.. (Friday) for Orlando where she dollars In orderto
T Bitch. Sr.. Earl A. of Jacksonville,. and HArry fifty-two million ALL JKADES PINK: AND CYPRESS LUMBER
will attend the State Executlv, : "
visitor here Tuesday '! show his disputed "surplus.
business --' Carlyle Ritch of Jacksonvilli Board meeting of the United of Oluatee. AND BUILDINGIATEIUAI.; j
Ll S. Crews; wen spent the week-end In Starke wit Daughters of the Confederacy I Pallbearers were:,A. J. Thomas Huge quantities of correspondence -
'
Mr A. leaflets and MOTTO
and circulars' copies ( II.'TNU SKKVirK Ol'll
i. \ Thursday. his parents, Mr and Mrs. J. H. O. A. Andreu C. A. Krhht; T. .N. f:
ItOrs Jacksonville/ -- Ritch. Mrs. William Brooker and little Kendrick, R. A. Nowsorn and N. D.Walnwrlght of regulations from emergency ill- ',.j.
visions of the federal governmenthave
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Elaine of Green Cove Jr.MVEHTOCKMKX.
Strickland was via daughter, "
swelled this "franked mail"matter
Miss! Myrtle Gainesville Sun Frlenda of Mrs. E. F: Johns wtl! Spring, spent the week-end herewith ..'...-- -
In
to Its vast
friends present
Itg regret to learn of her serious III-l Mrs. Breaker's brother and rsKICI': > TO proportions

y. --. nona at her home on South Walnut uluter-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles KK' ritKPAKKD' TO FIGHT .not equaled or even approached j
In war times. 11 R. STRAWBERRY (JROWERSWHY
PEST
Smith of Sampson, :Street; Imbuch. SCREW won
hlrs, Hogan -
April 15 must be the deadline
L here Monday after flow of such mall nan
The
visitor heavy
a Mrs. O. A. Price and two daughters John Milton Brownlee. Jr., Merrill this year in Florida for all farm continued the PAY MORE?

,n. of Jacksonville were in Stark Futch,' and Howard Moors, and range practices that leave open last eight months.steadily There through Is no

Saturday visiting Mrs. Glen G. students at the University of FlorIda wounds on livestock. Otherwisea
Mrs. W F. Moore, of Lawtey, prospect of Its curtailment, but on
a visitor here Friday after Searing.Mrs. are spending their spring holiday I- repetition of the screw worm the contrary Its continued increaseis <
i vacation here at their re"pec- disaster of 1034 Is Inevitable, ac- .

rn.L. D. B.. White of Fernandin Live homes. cording to Dr. F, C. Blshopp of certain.It Is time that franked mall was (I.

a Is enjoying a two weeks visit herewith the U. S. Department of Agriculture CRATES<; WITH DIVIDERS
M. Gray of Gainesville, was I stopped entirely, and an end madeof PINT STUAWHERHY l'I
,imlncnt visitor to Starke WedS her mother, Mrs. Cecil 1 1HanasHu. I. Mrs. William A. Hunter of Eus- There is every reason to be- this drain upon the resources of J

tin, and Mrs. Rufus Jackson, Jr., lieve that the Southeastern States our government.It I
day. face another screw worm outbreak AND CUPS COMPLETE3OcEACH'
of Mt. Pleasant, Tennessee were I U government extravaganceIn V
A. Bryan and Joe Cason of G. W. Alderman, of Tallahassee, guests during the week-end of Mr perhaps more widespread than In its most inexcusable form. "

ford were visitors here Wed spent the week-end here with Mre and Mrs. O. J. Griffls at their homeon 1934, says Dr. Bishopp. Most of it serves no useful pur

Alderman at their home on. Walnut Call Street. Among the main causes or screw pose. Much of It la more electioneering i
day.
Street. I worm attack are breeding animals by federal officeholders

Searing of Jacksonville, An Easter Cantata "The Recur so that the young are born In the --a device for keeping their

Ent Glen the week-end here with blsJolly. Mr.' and Mrs. L. W. Halbrook and rection" by Manney, will be given fly season, and coatiating dehorn- names and their unimportant performances

little son,' of Lake City, wer at the First Baptist Church Easter ing, docking or marking at a time constantly before their

guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs. W Sunday morning by the church I I the wounds are sure to be visited supporters and constituents at No Limit, One or a MillionJOE

klr! W G. Strlngfellow- the L. Andrews choir under the direction' of Mr' by the screw worm.fly., By regu- home.A .

Ie Farm, was a visitor her John H. Powell. I lating breeding so that the young great part of it is Illegitimate t

nday. Mr. and :Mra. L M. Gray of animals will have plenty of time propaganda use of public mon-

> Gainesville, were in Starke Sunda; Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Peeler of to recover from man-made injuries ey for the propagation of personal IIARRELL, JR., MGR., CRATE DE1T. e
!
Mrs. Jeff Johns of Tampa,'.has afternoon visiting Mr. and Mrs Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. W B, before flies become abundant views or controverted theories of !

En enjoying a visit here will( George B. Flynn. Ennis, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore En- many looses can be prevented, Dr. economics and finance with which 1Y

Wives.Mrs. isle and Mrs. Walter Wills of Blshopp points out. the people generally have no con-

Mrs..M. Norton'of Jacksonville, Tampa, were guests Sunday of Mr All lambs ahoulds be marked, : 1

Richard G. Kldd and Miss spent last week In Starke the gues !and Mrs. J. W Morgan. castrated, and docked by the middle ;' cern.No Justification exists for bur- LAWTEY LOADING & SHIPPING CO.

ina Manassa, spent Friday llkaonvllle. of Mrs. A. F. Sauls at. her home of April. These operations dening the taxpayers of the coun-
'
Mrs. W. E. MIddleton and may be done when the lambs are such
Street. for
: on Cherry try any purposes. FloridaNASWORTHY'S 1
daughters, Misses Madge and Hazel one to two weeks old. Cattle and This Is a subject which clamors Lawtey,

Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Knight wen Mrs. A. C. Durden, of Tampa, Is returned Sunday evening from calves should be dehorned, castrated for Investigation and for promptand ,v

tests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs spending a while with her daughters Waverly Ga., where they spent the and marked as soon as poaslble. thorough correction in the i

G. Halle.f Mrs. O. L. Beanley and Mra week-end with Dr. Middleton who Bloodless cast.J'ation-p0ll81- public I.o.terest.-Atlanta Georgian. '.
.
> i -" % ," Jeanette Kincaid. -*- is there for a'short time. ble with' specialInstruments- i

dr. and Mrs. J. M. Molt,' olookcr leaves fewer places In which the Motion pocture magnate, Joa. M.
were visitor here Thurs- Rev. B. M. Montgomery went to State's Attorney and Mrs. A. s'l. screw worm' flies can' lay the eggs Schenck has paid sixty thoumand .

y afternoon. Jacksonville Monday to assist the Crews spent the week-end that hatch out Into the dangerousworms. dollars for Miami establishment .

pastor In a meeting at Epperson ing In Tallahassee and Madison I .
visited MraCrews' Building and chutes fur :INOTICH OK k'I5OOLCOVNoIj
In Madison they pens
Ira. Minnie Brown of Ralford,, Memorial Church. IPTQGROCERY
: VrlOiN
and sister, I and treating Infested ani-
brother-in-law handling ;
la visiting friends\ here Tues- Hy the power v"Hled In them by
y afternoon. Mrs. J. W. Edwards la spending Judge and Mrs. J. R. Kelly. I mals will greatly facilitate con the I'ubllo law Instruction of Klnrlila, the of Board Bradford of

several days In Sarasota with Mr trol operations. County, Florida hereby l call an 6'
Strickland Mrs. Clay- Immediate separation of males ulectlon to he held In tn. schoolhouses
of Daniel and Mrs Mrs. A S.
Jr. and Mrs. M. F. Wiggins and Mrs. R.: O.
lit I.uwtey Iilwtilrt' 6 tudIn !
w River were visitors here Josephine Edwards. ton G. Strickland Miss Myrtle i and females, In breeding herds of Woodlawn I ]OlMtrlut No. oil May FINE FOODS ::1
._ Strickland and Mrs. E. W. Hayes all kinds of domestic livestock, except 14th 1095 to determine whether' said.
Jay afternoon. elect 1
fonHolldnte
dull-let shall
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green and were In Lake Butler Friday eve- horses, Is highly, desirable three trtlHt*, for the iuiiNulditli!
Sunday Ir ning attending the Union County Breeding cattle, hogs, and sheep dint Met nhoiilfl It cotiHolldnta and SPECIAL PRICES v
Elise spent
exercises.Mr. the will during
s visiting friends in Starke Mayo visiting: Mrs. Green's mother High School graduation so that young come assessed. iiitulnxt the consolidated
esday afternoon. Mrs. L. A. Dees. the fly season is bound to resultIn district. fur the ..n.ulnIwo FRIDAY & SATURDAY APR. 12.13 4:

and Mrs W. C.. Kammerer a great many screw worm cases yearn.Kor the purpose''of holdlnir *uldlection ,
hole of Philadelphia, Pa., were dinner Such canes can be prevented by restricting In trftwtoy the following
and ol M. U. will :
Ir W.
E. Carr
Mrs. F. The Baptist
evening of Mr. and cattle breedfng to the period are nunivd I: A. II. Harley, JaineiiKoHler Borax Soap 5 bra lOc Charmer Coffee 15c J
yatone Heights, were visitors its program and business meeting guests Friday J. M IteddlKli. A. It. Url rw.,
and Mis. between the middle of March
Mr.
Mrs. Fred A. Scott. CI.rk.
afternoonat
e Saturday afternoon. at the Church, Monday several and the middle of April, and sheep For the purpona of holding pntdelection f
the regular hour.. Kammerer have- spent In Wiiodlawn lntrlct. No. Grits or Meal 8 Iba 25 Cauliflower Ib 12Y2c ;:
In Hampton. breeding to the period between the Carl
Wesley months with relatives 8 the following are appointed: 'f
Sterns of Leesburgr spent and the' first of Oc Milliard, HliailThoini.> U. D.Phllllpii .
first' of July
week-end In Starke with his Mrs. W. H. Nollman of Sebringla Horace Hurtniin" ,, Clark MILK, 3 cans lOc Eating Ap lep a dz 20c
Mrs. O. P. Hutto, of Orango- tober. The early part of Novem 4-lS'ftt-S-lO. '
Mrs
>t, Mrs. Maria Hull. the guest ,.of her mother, I
Sarah F. Hamrick, at her home oc berg S. C., who has her been enjoyinga and --- Pure Coffee 2 lbs 25c Beets, Carrots bn 7Y? e
son
lr. and Mrs. Pate Gassett and South Walnut Street. visit here with
Mrs. L. WHAT SHALL / GIVE POne
and
,. T. D. Rlckenbicker spent dnughter-ln-law Mr. FLA SYRUP Fresh Tomatoes 5c ,i
to St. Poters-
of Lake S. Hutto, has gone
iiwday In Jack onvUlG. Mrs. E. A. 'McDowell

-- Butler, was In Starke Saturday burg for a visit there with rtU- (:OIllI'OI1NU Jo'INF.i'r: u,. 4ibslbw. !

rr. and Mrs. Charles Imbachre visiting her son-in-law and daughter tlves. :

visitors to Green Cove Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Griffls. 3I' LARD 12c SOc 99c i
ings Sunday afternoon. Mesdames H. L. Brownlee, G. W. s-3

_j._ -Marl -- -'-- Mrs. O. W. White, Mrs. B. M. Alderman, C. B. Price, S. P. Van- = -

Searing of Perry, spent the Montgomery; Misses Lucile Denmark dlviere. J. E. Wilson, S. L. Peek.A. andJ. Wh Gr Rice 5 lba 22c Tender Beans 3Ibs 25 I
W. J. Epperson \
'knu' here with his parents, Etholin and, Carol White M. Darby,
. and Mrs. In, Jacksonville. L. Silcox were in Lake City
-C. O. Searing.. spent Monday Tuesday attending a District Baptist Corned Beef Can 15c Corn Flakes, 3 for 25 :

It. and Mm. J. F. Shaw and Friends of Mrs. T. S. Williams, W. M. U. meeting. Problem

wren of the State Farm were will regret to'learn of her lllnesn Potted Meat 3 for 11 Tomatoes, 3 cans: 25c: ,'
Hutto
; she Misses Edna and Carrie .
htarke where
Thursday afternoon. in an Ocala hospital,
was removed last week for treat spent the week-end uncle in St.and Peterstturg aunt- G'fruit Juice 3 for 25 Matches, 2 pkgs lSc !
their
.c pre entdtve! Charley E. Johns ment. visiting '
George Mr. and Mrs. E. Q. Garrlck. They Easily Solved
Inman assistant readclerk -
In the House of Repre- T. D. Rickenbacker, an employee attended the All States Parade All State and. IRISH POTATOES 10 lbs. 12c i
of the
tallves, or Tallahassee, spent of pie. Federal Land Bank, spen( the coronation 2 ; 4 ,
1 weekend at their homes here. the: week-end here with Mrs. Rlck- Queen while in that city. '. The annual puzzle of what to give for graduations

enbacker at their home on Madison one that always hat heads aching about this timeof Sugar Sibs 22c Best Bacon lb. .20c ;\4
,
The Homemaker's Class of the yeAr It Is usually a difficult matter to. decide ,
ANT Street. Baptist Sunday School are being upon the right shade of this and that or tho con*

A ranCOLUMN and Mrs. J. C. Hillman, Mr. entertained at a party tonight rect size of them and those, but this year your Sal Dressing qt. 29c Sma Shoulders Ib 20c 1 1Rd.
Mr.
If select personally -
the residence of Mr. troubles will fade into nothingness you
at
and, Nena Mrs. ,Fred of Ocala Dodd, were and daughter guests- and([Friday Mrs.) P. M. Barefoot on Call and your printed young stationery friendno. as matter the safest how way discriminating of pleasIng -- Spread, qt. 29c Stew Beef, lb. 15c 1;c'

Barefoot
H RENT- -5 room Furnished Sunday Norris. of Mr. and Mrs. William Mrs.Street Orle, with Wiggins Mrs. a. hostesses. their taste Tuna Fish / .11i 15c Wes Pork Chops 2Sc i

Ouse and 5 room unfurnished
e. See 'WILLIAM II. HALL BAIJLAriD'y! AMI'UCAN BEAUTY' 8-lh.. 12.Ihe. 24-lb. {
_ J. W. Morgan., On Friday afternoon al; 3:30: the Coma In and let us show you the following selection
Woman'. Christian Temperance Funeral services were held at the *: DUOFOLD ,the long-size heavy vellum paper -
o ALLL"iG for CARDS, any IIIlze, Union meets,.with Mrs. W. J. Ep- Nazarene Church In High Springs 10O sheets and 100 envelopes, with name an'J FLOUR 25c 45c 87cf
50; H.60 for 100. Mono- friends Monday morning for William 11. addrexs.JI.25. HAND-L CTTEK-name or initial
mined stationery, 100 sheetsenvelopes. person. Members expected, Hall, 47 who died at bin home in a wood-block hand-cut style. 79 sheets printedand ',.

1o0 $2.75_ Bradford I nvlted. here after a few hours' Illness. 75 envelopes plain-.-$1.25. CLOUP-WEAVE Argo Salmon can 20c I Pears No 2Y"! can 22c

Qty Telegraph Phone 29. tf. Kendrick' Rev. Wj 'S. Layfleld conducted a parchment style paper with smart Initial or mono-
roger I Miss Estelle Ocala the service with Interment frllow- gram. CO sheets printed, SO envelope plain- -J1.2.V Peaches No. 2'I7c Fla. Pork Chops 2Sc ;
Gainesville,
Sewing Machines. Re.C ( and Talbot Black of LAID-CHECK check pattern rich-appearing If
on all kinds of machines and were guests Sunday of Miss Ken- ng in the High Springs Cemetery. stock In white or tan In the new Baronial size SObieU 1
Iture. U G. Hemingway.bh rick'. parents-Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Mr. Hall was the son of the late ,. printed CO envelopes plain. .123. Pineapple No 2Y2 22 Pork Shoulder Ib 17c j
Irr1912
Hall.
tke. !Ir. and Mrs. James
'-122tpF Kendrick. t,lu be was married to Miss!! Julia Mc- office J BUTTER lb. 35c Easter Hams lb. 26c
mint IxIn our ,
(.n-.. Order* for graduation cJIh-.ry ,
Atlantic -
'" SUPPLIES ClelUn of Raiford, and was an
: Typewrit- L. O. Powell were 1
Mrs.
and
Mr.
adding machine ribbons Coast Line. Shopman. by Friday, April 12.
the
hg oBV paper typewriter paper rirst In Garnett cf the week' South attending Carolina the funeral Survivors besides, his widow, art I BANANAS 4 Jbs. 1Sc t>

machine Era, Ora, anj
second three daughters
paper Mrs. Sara'1Richardson. :
aunt
Is of their ,
n II sale at the Bradford Alice Hall: ; four sons, Ansel Everett : BRADFORD COUNTY i
ty two Royal. Pure Royal TpncJrr seal B."d
Hall
Telegraph office. Phone Earl and Elma ; Fruits Haled
ttAporto Brothers, Joe Hall of Lawtey and Leaf Tea
Mra-F and
: C. Hollinffaworth' Jacksonville three Desserja I I Coffee
lion Hall of ;
Miss
plants. $1'50 Rico per 1,000.sweet poto ,A. taughter.Ernestine, Andrews Miss Elizabeth and !dr., W. later, Mrs. Maggie Morgan'and of I TELEGRAPH 3 for 19c Pkg. 17c Lb. 27c. I
Fronle Murphy
Mrs
FUlfort,
bell 14racksonvlll
Box 111, Route 1. Law- li.'Edwards. spent Tuesday .of 1
1'1a. Jtp *., Mrs. Bell Toeman Lawtey. Ilk.

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I I Applications ForCropSeed 4-- __ ; containing r 1 Twenty (20) Acres, more MIU.ClUl maHlttI-, Will tell| ,
or leHH the hlKheNt and bent 1 ii:,101: : '*ht t

I Loans The HHNAMnment" t17r.t/ Id property Mouth ,door.. )lorlJ'e Con::; 1110"lt<
; Issued was ''
r Maid on
the
Taken under of J. A, Klllabrow. Moniluv the sixth'ill,; \!"%
Now Being ,,1 LIVE STATE NEWSNews In Unless the name said, certificate shall be rodeimied D., lliBf..,>during the .I lea J, mm.1; :
SECTIONConducted : according, law tax deed vale f r the Corp".. "- J.'i ,
: r FARMERS Hal final decree, odserlbed
will Issue thereon on the 4th, day th r. n', Wblf
Applications for emergency crop of May A 1) 1H3B. lands, l lying, null *t
loans and feed loans are now 1 1 be. of Florida in Short ParagraphsFIRE Dated this 8rd., day of April, A. Hradfc.nl county. Florid". TO";"!
Mouthweat
by Demonstration Agents Ing received In Bradford Cotmty.: I J D. 1986.OFFICIAL. tRAI) (I luarter of .... quarter one" of...,,,8uui, ,"**.
( no undivided
according to Mrs. J. D. Doyle who A. J. THOMAS Wulf l I"t.rll' :
Lot Seven (7), In block" 1,1 I | .bIn
Is In charge of taking applicatlc Clerk of Circuit Court klvlnimton-Truby and ComnJ '
asks that growers "_ 1-_ Bradford County, Florida.4.9dtba addition, to town of /Starkc iii" II':>
Jdf 11/8/ I here. Mrs. Doyle
MI_ officeH. of tlon Twenty. Eight ((2N), i'n ,bex'j,::
her in the
apply to SAMARITAN In Townnr.li Six (8)
GOOD South: if
RAGES !NOTIfRTHE .,,,:
,{ To Housewives I C. Wall on any week day after CITY-FIre of undetermined MIAMI-A good Samaritan actually STATE OF FLORIDA OR TO Twenty Two (22) East
Hints CROSS .
D. E
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: KNltiHT
RURAL 5 o'clock p. m. origin was raged here this turned! out to be a better Notice 1* hereby given that on Sp"1'
: SENSE Loans will be made only to tar- week. The Cheek Drug Store and Samaritan than he realized at the April 17th, A. D. 1MB. at Three A. 8. CREWS 6.nnSolicitor

;;r Weekly from Home Demonstration COMMON- mers who are unable to obtaJn the Independent Grocery Company time. Seeing three men trying to O'clock a* can be P.heard 111.. or the all undersigned noon thereafter Intend 4-6-61-6-3.for complainant

1 Speclallntn Tallahafwes JOHNSON elsewhere seed fertilizers supplli located in the center of the tows lift a safe into a truck In the rear to apply to Honorable A. Z.
; SPUDS
1 By credit to kind hearted A the pur- :
feed or necessary have been completely destroye of a grocery store a Circuit Court, In his office In Starko, COMMON CAUSE OF
chase such items. Loans will not The entire city was in darkness. citizen walked over to help the Bradford county Florida, for an order ;
;j,' AIDS TO GOOD NUTRITION WHEN PACE TOO RAPID be made to applicants who can over-burdened workers. As he approached authorlKlnv the undervlar aed toadopt
of nutrition Allen Onpenhelm. a minor
think BALDNESS
ti people AIDS
Many STEPPING ASIDE obtain credit in the amount nee, however, the men drop- MAUDE] COX.
..,: It la related to foods, but I KILLED LIGHTNING
as CRITICS
fj only AVOIDING '
IN other includIng Into the J-lB-Bt-4-12 One chief
ed from any source ped the safe, jumped of the causes of termite _.
.t there are several other factors -- the production credit assocl.- CRESTVIEW J. Stevens, 32.a The safe 1IIAS'l'I'II'1ILID ncu, falli". hair and ul mate trtij.t.
truck and sped away. SOTICM OP
In lack of circulation "
." which are extremely Important When a colored man who was I farmer living near here wa Police are look- Notice. In hereby given that under in the scalp
; and maintenanceof contained $1,500. and by virtue of that certain Final To overcome this mil bring an
development killed by ab..ioo
t the tion.Any struck and Instantly ;
Ann passing a graveyard late at night farmer who has the nece Ing for the men wro broke Into the Decree of foreclosure made on the apply! of blood to nourish the b.T
'' good health says Miss lightning. Stevens was driving a 11th of March A. D 1935 by massage "scalp at niuht with Jaiuuu, J
if* rabbit to the the safe to awaiting day / (
and a should apply and pushed
f; Mae Bikes nutritionist with the flushed both a ghost sary security and stopped beneath a tre store Honorable A. :/. AdklnH, Judge of 4he antiveptio counter-irritant.
lv De- down the road be. production credit association flrat. wagon truck. the Twenty Sixth Judicial Circuit 'l'bouonncla of men and women .
Demonstration off
State Home and took He 1 1 1.1 rtnott" ?.
'M storm.
If the association is unable 'to during an electrical I .. of Florida, In that certain cau..eIher..I" log results In .lojn.ing. fallm", hair, !,
.
[ <|#' partment.The tween the two according to an olJ l J survived by the .widow and fou pending, wherein Martha t. [nt new hair on ba d area and in damp, ,?
make him a loan in the amoui '" Kent a widow IM complainant and Ing dandruff and itching scalp
,w observant home-maker canoft'n story he soon urged the bunny to needed the farmer will receive R children. DUST DAMAGE! 13. W'. Hayes, Ruby A, 11 ayes, M. A. Tapanrw OH cats but COc at
health for TAMPA-Illllsborough and west; Kinlth, Ha liquidator for Bradford inv
r secure Improved of the and leave room statement to that effect and will ----'J. glut. Economy i .WSI. Fltri; '1'h. ton
out way banking
what get fighting the Cnunty Hank a corpora- About the UIoI,." '
If the will make coast farmers are :; Ltept d6NtTIOVar.
!Ii her family be considered eligible to apply for CONSCIENCE STBTALLAHASSEE.A lion, Mamie Urlfflu, HH ndndnlntratrlx 1 .
for a real runner.In of draught and dust Irlfrix OUMHle III'MF.lly ro.
toward Enoch
adjustments she can providing Bible stu scourge :: BO Went 4aiai .. .....
a loan from the emergency fund : jrt""ea widow Bulrcl hard- %rw fork
of the sundry deserting
-
i't! conditions which will\ make considering Home storms and In some spots are
for In The regulations provide that thl! dent who wants to "try and their farm because of the -
action
these factors poHHlble every movements for group
h) ** *
7>f the mistakes In &- if"
: 1 member of tho family. the thought largest loan to one farmer this straighten* up draught, C. p, Wright, HIHsbor- &
\'y concerned with advancing agriculture, year Is $500 and tho mInimum my past" sent ,thcr state comp ough County agricultural agen, r ,ote<- .i.l'f" . aeccossf U N cs"n;
I vf\ All these factors might occur that better progress $10, but no loan may be made I Ian In troller's office here five dollar Bald that "* ,*-\" 3
said Wright
recently.
.f.;, nutrition may bo briefly given on: could be made In Florida If interests amount greater than" Is actual] "to apply on" $25 he Bald be tool dust storms similar to those that PREVENTING C
of

l. An adequate food. amount appropriate unable to speed up were to needed to cover the cash cost ofpurch'181ng while working for the Merchant have laid waste millions of acres IK .:;!; yr 3

\ seed, fertilizers oil] Bank and Trust Company of Daytona .,
';4 t Plenty of water to drink. step ankle In favor of swifter piles feed etc. Loans will be ma.de! Beach. cf farms farms on western in this prairies section caus-haveravaged :t',' ?': ,$" ,< At the first nasal Irritation or smfi.e; ,

f Freedom from constIpation. agencies. for the purpose of grpwlng and ----q --..- ing untold damage to strawberry, ;I'1YJr '. f apply Vicks Va-tro-nol-just a few drops

: Absence of physical conditions defects.Sanitary Including Advertising of citrus fruits to harvesting crops, for summer fa JACKSON LEAIMTALLAHASSEE bean, tomato corn and. pepper 1q1'J': i Used in time, it helps to avoid many
housing demand
Ina Increase consumption and lowing for purchasing feed tor Fedora '
The
ventilation with sun- crops. \ colds entirely. (Two sizes: 30 50 *.
good may afford an Instance of the good livestock; but not for tho purpo Bureau of Census today reported )
& shine in at IPHst ono room for at
if tne
that would come highway of purchasing livestock or me -
th
from PRIZE
<
Florida
'
in OFFER
k16. least a part of the day. towards accomplishment should be chlnery or for the payment of cotton ginned bales or PARK Poets writ- ; : '
193 crop totalled 21,337 WINTER \ :
Long hours of sleep. lI:
capable YTjQN
to the organizations debts taxes.
given over or
March 20 compared with 24,13: ?rt>, artists and musicians In Flor- :
Sleeping conditions such that of attaining a rapid pace. Loins will bo made only to appllcanls --- .. .
to the same date from the 19& ida have the opportunity to share -
not more than two occupy one bed. raised in respect to who are cooperating wit '
Objection worth
crop. Jackson County led the in the distribution of $3 0.00
'il Exercise In the fresh air anl i'w l I
the Production Control
for activity Prograrof
.moat of the proposals: Stato with 8,603 bales while San rf prizes being offered this year
sunshine properly balanced withy in this fluid, no matter how well- the Agricultural Adjustment. ta Rosa. County was second with tiy the Allied Arts of Winter Park, break
I'd like
Whoops$ I'm the to
y rest founded have been weakened, by Administration. 4,001 bales. it Is announced.With on

'; Freedom from constant emotional the lack of energy on the part"nt As In the'pa t. the security for -_ ..-->*w e w*>_ one exception all of this loose againl loose-but

upsets such as nagging and tho folks offering them, In pushing an emergency crop or feed loai year's competitions are limited to ,
unnecessary- scolding.IF '. their own plane. Methodthat will consist of a first lien on the PKOMISINU INDUSTKYPENSACOLA of contestants from Florida. The exception Let's go places . I J. & P. COATS best
1 -J. B. Wight
,
.
are "i-from perfect( aggressively crop or on the livestock to be fed
of tung oil Is the Allied Arts fund of 6-cord thread
utilized, frequently are found' A tenant must also give a firs t Cairo Gu., grower
YOUR .j IndustryIs f50 offered in three prizes for the
said the tung
today
preferable to better practices that lien by getting the landowner to trees the most promising one In the best poems read at the Poetry Society holds me fasts
get no further than an outline appearing waive his claim in favor of the
the ,
Is meetings during year
in the public prints or crop lien'ut; l the landowner 1 lit South. "Tung tree growing no
HAS / Eldorado which promises its devotee This contest Is open to poets anywhere
BREATH
voiced from tha platform, In no way obligated for repayment .
a life of ease, with minimum
()f his tenant's loan, .
Trade-mark advertising appar- expenditure of labor. It's a man's .-

A SMELL YOU ently is regarded by most experts job and requires a man's energy S. A. L. Ry. now conducting

l as capable of producing greater returns and good sense to carry it to a You ought to see Florida tn.prll

than can be expected from QOOR CHILDAND a successful consumatlon." \. ," advertising campaign. In 4'si

f "CAN'T FEEL WELL commodity campaigns. Yet little :ast.

of the former Is done for Florida / IIIC SCHOOL SHOW INCREASE :\O'l'U.P OF APYf.fes7'IovFoil
grapefruit and oranges.If Collections
tyt JACKSONVILLE TAX DKBU:
When w* too much, ear food deeayeV 7 I r 0.. ALLEN C. IRELAND
Oft our bowela. Our friend smell tote the means are not at hand for O..".,. Mrf ,.holl red goo U.._ of. $2,057,379.29 Income taxes In NOTICE IS HBEtEnY OIVEN,
ilooay entrilng out of our month and all. II'I .. ...., .tI" ..Mies That T. J. Alderman, holder of Tax
-t .ton! breath. We tMi the trade-name type, would It not / JMVPlayground Ortw.wN / Florida during March 1933, almost .'ertlflcata No. 544. Fifth, day ofinntttmber
li.l teeay all ever ourdbody.. poisonaxken be preferable to have the commodIty Accidents doubled the amount collected In A. Din 1942, him filed
Jvlooaur. grouehr food cool for anything. advertising than for the field< the same mouth last year. The laid node vertlrlont application for my tax office deed I and to JUST ;

aV Wbal ....... the deoar much h.the, bowelat. hiltlithe to remain uncultivated aa It has Vo be content with the old saying greatest increases were In returns antic thereon In accordance with ANY
Well, when we eat too our
U(\ can't dliraat It. What .U the bile... foal been orCalled "accldenta will happen" U to bold for individual businesses and per- aw.''nllnwlnn Bald. : rlencrlbttd certificate i>rnp embrace.*ity Hltuat-the THREAD
dI.lul. In
i tl la the nest vital out fashioned.We .
list salaries In excess ed In Bradford 'ounty. ITlorldn to-
ft. body. Unlew I pints of .II are owing front to Washington not long lions required to I-JiiHt One-half of HoiitheantQuarter
Cl Z') our, ...:liver mita lato rot our hard boweU and. eonetlpaled ever* day, and out ago for a Congressional hearing, have suffered and lost too< of $5,000 a year said J. Ed- .wit: of SouthoaHt Ounrter.. of
ojbnvol told of long under that indifferent win Larson, collector'of Internal
%" of ear food dlsay. la oar I. feet a famous criminal lawyer
, 1.-1''' I.. Toll dray .....d. poloon all ..w with dogs ownedby attitude Revenue.
going hunting
'! our .body every miM mteutea
/of
1v f merchant a banker and a The modern Idea i;>, .
When. oar friend anwU oar tad br alb a
1'1 but we dont) and we feel Ilk. a whipped farmer.' to do something) WANTS ELEVATOR
.t tunes, don't two a mouthwash or take a about it. Not jus senator
I :
; luau,. Get at the eauea. Take CsMfSow The merchant's dog he said!, I TALLAHASSEE -
.;!J1 Uver Pllle which mtly start the bank- v talking to children Black of Gainesville wants an elevator Think0.
;1 f four bllo Jul_ But If "eom.thrnbettor olnted birds promptly the for that is out.i the main
In Florida's Capitol
.J..I ** le offered you deal buy It, fof r's dog ran ahead and devoured
7; It may be a aatnael (mareury) pUUWet shot but along with scoldingpreaching ,' part of which is 100 years old. He
-j looeena teeth, grips and enalde the reetme them as soo naa they were and II
i1, Ia many pMVte. Ask for Carter Uto.A the farmer's dog Just sat back and threatening. We have Introduced in the Senate a proposalto
a guardianship
Liner tilt by name and let what fee to $5,000 with
appropriate up
I sib tor-lV. 01.... ..-."-. '.1owled!! to serve, and an important directions to the Governor to have

,I"S, responsibility falling to school officials the elevator installed as soon aa

accident is to situation recognize and every to possible erect possible. The Capitol is three

safeguard available.By stories high including the base- *
every
ment floor on the ground level.
no means does this mean curtailing .
465 for
the normal activities of riUKSf ATTACKED only

children. Such action would belittle WEST PALfa BEACH-Attacked -

short of criminal. It means,, from behind as he knelt at

rather, that the facilities we provide Rev. M. Oliver Sjemmes

for children's activities shall prayer/0-year-old Catholic priest ,was
>e as free of hazards as we can assailant -
make them. Are there hazards at dlugged by an unidentified the
bent on robbing
;rour school T That significant question apparently
alma box at St..Ann'j Chinch here.
introduces
: a new line ol
;bought into this aeries It Is an in- rho attack occurred late yesterday aNew

ixhaustible subject, so more later. and Father Semmes received a
scalp wound and bruises on his left

How eon ckitdrm't spring play urm. Ills condition was not considered -

6e> made said Dr. Ireland wM dutui ,

tM problem next week. serious.

BEST SINCE BOOM


iI : .,. uV :ERVES.f
l
and best"
h+ budlncsa of its "biggest
season since tho boom days of

18.25-20. Relaxation and recrea-

tion were sold the state hotel com-
11 inlsnion officially estimated to 1-
.
75,000 visitors This agency also

calculated the:visitors a quarter New Standard and Master De'Luxe in eleven beautiful body-types all/

OFFER mlllion more this year than last,

of spent $025,060,0(0 during. their with vahe-in-head. engine all providing the same basic Chevrolet quality

stay In.FIor .IoL. ,

1000 BERRY TICKETS ACCUSER---OV." FORGING" TALK about value!I. You certainly get exceptional even if they sold at much higher

TALLAHASSEE ComptrollerJ. overwhelming measure when you prices. And they give this new performance

:M. Lee announced a man booked buy one of the big, beautiful, finely-built with wen loiver gas and oil consumption than
Frank Redden, 32: years old,
was aa under arrest in Fensacola In Chevrolets fur 1935. Chevrolet prices are the in any previous Chevrolet model. Visit jour

I connection with forgery of checkson world's loufst prices for a six, but that's only nearest Chevrolet dealer and get full information

$1.50 the State Treasury. Reddoll half the story as you will quickly agree when about the New Standard Chevrolet

ic who told Pcnaacola officers he formerly examine and drive a new Chevrolet. All 1\1 ich.
you with list prices off 163 to $330,at Flint,
kTerr
IIP TO year ean m >- was employed as an inspector -
nerve, at high t. \lon. for the &tate Road Departmentit of these new Chevrolets are the highest- and the new Master De Luxe Chevrolet

EACH CHANGE 25c EXTRA and No wonder bark at you the tnaii children.at the wife Panama City, ls charged: with quality cars in Chevrolet history findythe aristocrat of the low-price field-laitl1

Watch out! Overworkedtfrr passing three ,forged state checks engineered smartly tailored. precision list prices of $:>60 to $675. at Flint, Midi'

.. may lead to Se !.*- totalling $295 at Penancola stores, built. Their performance is a thrilling new AT
__ CHOOSE CHEVROLET FOR QUALITY
-.- 1 1 j.i im
-
gu THIS LOW PRICE era asses,indigestion Nervous Headache and a host, Ntr-of A RAD GOOf) DEED: I IBARTO kind of performance that would be considered LOW COST!

ether unpleasant disturfcanesvL \"'- -T. J. Hulnelland, A.
%11 iy. don't :you try Dr. MIWEffrrTMceat n Sellers had a long, dreary weekend CHEVROLET MOTOR COMPANY DETROIT MICHIGAN

GOODONLY Nerrln TaM_! la which: l.o. figure l that it Un t Compart Chrvrolrt't lote oWivermlpricft and tony G.M.....C. trrm*. General Melon Valuf
Just one In a halt (lass 6f
water m ke. a plcaaant, iparkttn always wise to go viatUn--par; .5 AND UP. Lift twin of Non Standard Roaches atone. MI""., MS. With"
drink delightfully! soot Ing tlc larly to see- pals In jail. The bumper*. spars tin and ,,,. fore, th* II., price it IM.MoL frlcft quoted tnf
I to over-tated nn't'H. two men whore homes are In Oklawalm M*advmrtiMmmt Hit at flint. Mich., and .... subject ta change without ""rico.

Dr. 11IW Ncrrtaiem now but: wtb'havo been workIng -

11A made tn two fortas--Liquid amt In tVlntert.Haven'were in a CHOOSE CHEVROLET FOR LOW COST
BfrrrBcent Tablet. BoUt hat m.-How mood Friday night and decided QUALITY ,AT

WHEN CASH ACCOMPANIES ORDER t.be tame soothing effect.tl to do their\ good deeds for the CHEVROLET. WALla AUVap Lia..lt
JM at drag star .
:your leas for.
day by going to see some
'd -'M'I's'S" tuuuttt brethren who were Uk!

BRADFORD COUNTY irk. -In jail. When they arrived

r the jailer decided they were drunk Torode Chevrolet Co.

ff"rJ ;; and put them In the hoosegow thus 'I

TELEGRAPH TN dolig what he considered Ms good'
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HinAV. .PRIL ... .--- .. ..-- .. '__ "." "_._ .. ... P.VOR SEVEN 1
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\IUil>> i BEHIND L r, ,' ,-iijo- ..'

I T.TBrfiSr*%. 1.rice enURCIl. I'aatoruedUY l The Story of the Bible Told in Picturest "lI.vO".fJl1tre"' : 'I'

.!C.ov, S'I1001 l. 10 o'clock a, m., the I I''f' \

TholIlrt supt.Wor"ltp. 1'ke 'iiiNiiir" c.r jvrtu ffezstrJ5 t1lJnp.d
J : 111\, m. 1\
.mete 0I1t1l1N. .
I fornlag m.'I. it" ,, / hr ,

p U Wprship 8 p. mveiling .=:. E s n :ff'.4 ,:' _1 BEATRIce rAUR .f

; Meeting, Weiner t j- ?, ; : ;, ... ... tram./h........_. AL'".". .:! ,
: achtrs nr OSCAR jonvsov: r Y A : :1 I .'WtIt{ ." ..uidry. nun. .. '
S
and KENT WA'rsoYTALLAHASSEEYou! -
1'30: P n1.y Wed- + f S ,
service
Prayer ir. I made a out of It. .
,ttd.week ,. BEAUTY INCOCJNITO; newspaper My .
8 p 15lrthodu.t\ can life blood's In It. Why shouldn't I
iay :_ putIt
One
Church down In the little book that almost Chapter like It I""And

Montgomery, Pastor anything can be expected of "You're playing that blonde ban- you're getting more right ;

'eY") 1\.. m, the present legislature No legislative i r LIlt tory the wrong way," now than any managing editor In 4

sundaY ScJ100l-10 a. m. body In all the nlnty years of Moat of the staff busily at workIn New York," Jordan pointed out '

,,;lornlng Worlhlpla Florida's statehood ever started a the City room of the New York coldly "And I should hnta very
League-6::4 p rnyvcn off in i :; look much to have to get along without
.p\vortlt m.You a more serious, determined S m News-Record took time off to "
Warsblp-7:30: p 7 "
Ing to all these serv- and may It be fairly said ruthless S up amt grin as the< voice of their you Branch .
arc Invited meln .' Precedent and old orders I managing editor bellowed his Instructions "Will that be all?" Branch barely "

i. will be brushed aside without Into the telephone and waited for the other's nod to
,
Prl'Mh3terhUi- Church slightest degree of reverence for reverberated along the corridors lonve. As he stalked Into his office

H. Lowry, Minister past usefulness The early tempo : ) I : outMdo his office Cap and Parr looked up But

cv, George SchpoLii,00 sounded indicates this beyond ( "Drop that mtnipas killer stuff" suddenly Branch seemed: restored
a. m, Sabbath to god humor, "ThH Patterson divorce
1000 Worship; any question. I he continued, 'Tiny her up aa A
A M Morning ( ," he said slowly "If only we '
l Radical changed are in prospect, victim of circumstances She had
by the pastor could break It. It would tako his '
!lIOn Christian. En- particularly so with respect to the five children by tlmt chauffeur she
0:30. : p m. Junior state's tax: structure When the was married to didn't she? I ..e- mind right off the traction story" ;

fl'oc' Worship. legislature gets through with the I peat play her up a9 a victim of Ho stopped abruptly as a clip
Evening
: op m. present fiscal set-up, which has I i circumstances" He hung up and ping on his desk caught his eye.Hollowho .
.
Church carried through without substan I .. turned to Joe Parr who hall wrote this 'An usual ,''v ,

First (hrlstlun tial basic change for fifty years perched himself on tho edge of his Mr Mengerburg obliged with the ,,| |
T, McGuIre, Pastor old one and the ladles all it -I
W. dusk "Well? wept ,
1 lU-v.: since adoption of the 1885 constitution. I.
School, 10 a. m. It won't be recognizable to I "Gooil morning" Parr said nervously the third movement, particularlyat '
Llble:
the piano passages. Obviously |
Communion, 11 a. m. old-timers ,. '
(; Endeavor 7 p. m. Cap snickered. A confidential they'd wept at East LypnWho :
rhrintlan At this moment it
seems
very
wrote this music review? Who'sThe
:
Wednesday 7:30: aaslHtant to James Branch who
pra'er) meeting definitely the prospect that Florida was but half his Hge. ho had, .it girl smiled tut If to put him Ii Iiat

Reaching Second Sunday 11 a. will join the ranks of mo 'e I .., -t MA- sixty, reached the peak of bin Career his ease. "I am N. S. Nancy ,j
\ than twenty states which have already .
7 ;, But he bore no Ill-will or Sharon. But my real name's. Sharon : 11
and 8 p. mosEll'OOD resorted to a general sales \
lrl "'":1:; ""'" jealously toward the younger man. Nancott"N
-
tax: as a "temporary" expedient !
e.?
BAPTIST CHURCH Now he eyed Branch humorously, 'i
Hemingway, Pastor assure Income. I of L...ru..-Lazarus of Bethany, a brother of Mary and Martha, was ill, and his sisters waiting for the fireworks. "Society dome" Cap said. "Been "

Kev. L. O. Sunday. Bible When seventy of the ninety-five lent to Jesus to tell him of their brother's illness. When Jesus came to Bethany lie found that Lazarus He was not disappointed. "Good here a week. The publisher's wife r i

services every Morning Wor"ilp House members signed to sponsor had been burled four days earlier. Martha went to meet Jesus, and told Him that had He been there her morning?" Branch barked. "It's got her the job."

,tudv 1<>'15 a. m- Worship Bill Bonlfay's measure to continuethe brother would not have died. "Jesus said unto her, I am the resurrection and the life I he that believeth In four thirty. And get off that leak Branch looked pained. "Society ,

11 a. m Evening "temporary" seevnth cent of Me, though he were dead, yet shall he live. And whosoever liveth and believeth In Me shall never die ."- It's Louis XIV And where have dame huh Send her In. I want to "

15 p, In the gasoline tax and shift the more John 11, 25-29. Jesus asked where Lazarus had been buried. He was taken to the grave "And Jesus lift you been for four days?" nee her" Cup shuffled out
You are'invited to all these serv- than $2,000,000 annual Income ed up His eyes and laid Father, I thank The that Thou has heard Me. And I knew that Thou hearest "In Brooklyn." A few moments later he becameaware ''t'

ee. therefrom to counties for school Me always: but because of the people which stand by I said It, that they s may believe that Thou hast sent "Four days in Brooklyn," Branch of the serenely poised girl: ,iI-
Me. And when He thus had spoken II cried with loud vole Lazarus forth. And ha that was dead
purposes at the .expense of the a come roared. "Trying to set a record standing before his desk. Idly, lie ;
came forth, bound hand and foot with grave clothes. Jesus said unto them, loose him, and jet' him R'o.-" iI'
fund sale
State general revenue :*
John 11: 4144.' This illustration is from Merl.n'i story of the Bible In pictures. engraved In 1625.1630. Branch looked puliied. "Hoclity \
taxers were Jubilant They saw I 1 dance, huh? Send her In. 11vw.lt
BOB JONES the handwriting on the wall. I to "
1 They saw In It the fore-runner of: fund and new sources of revenue Lake, Polk and Santa Rosa Counties Istatlon Bank Interest wouldbe sew her

Comments On Here other heavy raids on the general for school needs. nlbne among the counties having reduced l to six per cent, under "
and senate bill\ nnd another would
licensee
The sale of liquor one "
effort
fund. It may be that some more than one ,representativerent
And Hereafter will be made to "choke" it off In an excise t>ix: of eighty cents of cut deeply Into present profits cf
for
) back their old delegations the small loan who tire
Committee $1 per gallon on liquor affords an operators
Taxation
the Finance and
.
this session There a no-
opportunity to plug up one of the waR maintaining tin aggressive lobby
but of which Candler, of Oar
drive own car Harry
usually my ticeable absence of ciindldutes fur
I here An undertakers la
i I big holes to be created In the General lobby M

I had to Is chairman.
recent trip when Tampa I ipglwIaUve jobs! this In contrast -
1a '! revenue fund It is estimated year also very much on the job > In
peak from one to six times a day; Every substantial Inroad on the that about $2,500,000 will be with 1933 though they were fact the legislation corridors art

nd had to drive some days as general revenue fund brings the I had from this source Upping of numerous enough One reason alive with representatives" of

,uch as five hundred miles I took sales tax: advocates just that much the present two per cent limit on assigned Is the fact' that the FERA I "special" IntertMits." ,I

colored boy with me as a driver nearer their objective a three percent Intangibles a more vigorous collection took up many cf tho white-collar -_.--.-- .- .
i hen we were leaving Atlanta one levy against the approximately taxes and other unemployed Senator Mann, T

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of occupational :MISSION! 1.1.
,ornlng I said to him "Will', $250,000,000 annual retail sales) existing levies, and an Increased who Initiated a proponed State
here did you spend the night? turn-over In Florida This would Insurance premiums are Penitentiary Investigation In 1933 Beginning on the third year of
'" tax: on
'ere you In a Christian home? produce about $3,000,000 less administrative being considered but all these will have none of It this season' weekly Bible studies on Tuesday

Mil replied, "Dr. Jones I stayed In costs of about two or Inadequate to meet Jimmie Slkes doesn't wnnt hli I'lncllii't evenings, the Mission seemed thin
house with a good old sources are circuit tie. week reflect unusual Interest .
bearding three per cent needs when the combined forces County judicial to an i'
oman. There were lots of us up with the "hot precincts" of and earnestness In Its (fatherIng -
When Henry Filer president of through with the present general
olored people there and this old the Florida Education Association, get revenue fund. Hillsborough, as proposed In the : which atmosphere always follows
oman called uu in and said, fourteen circuit bill proposed by continued actual teaching of
Boys, I always have family prayr joined in support of the diversion Senator Mann. Mann Is agree- the scriptures. ,....- 12':0": ___ :
before I goes to bed at.night of the seventh cent of the gasoline ADDED TO TRIALS and tilbu- able, suggests that after nil his The lesson" on the European sit- "What's that In your hand?" : noticed how the slanting rays of
the Is the
nd I would like to have you come tax: they played directly into lationa of the legislators measure Is designed to furnish-the uation In the light of scripture, He reached for tho photograph, nun turned her hair to burnished
hands of the sales taxers. problem of an Old Age Pension. ,. I.
1Dr.\ Jones, you should have of 1 1whatever basis for judicial re-circuiting. But was a revelation to many and will "Some red-hot snapshots of Brooklyn gold "Who are you ? '
eard that woman-pray. .1 never Next: fusion.of the sales taxers And It Is coming regardless he, as with other"members appre- n() doubt be followed by further Individual Bridge?" "Nancott?" Branch regarded her :
The sentiment
!an get away from it." I thank will be the not Inconsiderable number happens ciates I that harmonizing differencesof study. Parr gave him an arch glunce. thoughtfully "Any relation to Mrs i

;.od for the good Christian color- of members who want to see of the assembly I. distinctlyfor makeIt opinion In this respect Is a stupendous It's a real Inspiration in these "'II.'RI! red hot stuff, that'll what I Schuyler T. L. Nancott of Newport i
remains to
ii I people In this country. The all real estate removed from taxation it r All that job Senator lienll, of days to see men and women com got, That Patterson case you sent 7" \
fact Is -
ore I travel in the South the First guns In that direction an accomplished much and from agreement which cambla. Is the nemesis of county ing weekly with Bible' under arm me on and there are the pic "She's my mother" ;.'I

lore I am convinced there, will boi will be pointed against the on how is to officers this nesnlun. He has offered and lingering after service to inquire tunes" "Oh. Like the work ?" 'l\{ \

i great many colored people in state's levies on real estate, which source the revenue necessary of three bill which are of vital and talk over points! of special Branch, eyed them moodily Her eyes lit up. "Love It I've j V;

icaven. Many colored Christians can be removed without constitutional be drawn Various sorts LewIs concern to county officers, especially Intercut. There was one of Henry King: Pat only been doing It for a few days "I'I
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Mil be In the front seat with amendment Only the one plans are proffered wants the Hayes horse and Sheriffs One would lim- The subject for next Tuesday terson, a middle-aged multi-mll- but It IM even more Interesting 1,.I

mining faces because down here mill constitutional tax: for school of Jackson it would raise it pay to $9,000, fall as low In $1- evening will probnbly be "Two Im llonnlru one of Julia/ Patterson, hi* than I had expected. '{I

1s\ world of sin they loved their purposes must be removed by constitutional dog tracks to pay of three, cent 2CO in counties having I" HH than ages" and In the near future then bc-antlful wife I\Dtlth third was of Branch felt vaguely annoyed, p

.aril and were true to Him. amendment Walter the state levy 1000000.per 5000 population State revenues U going to be some special drill Thomas Bannister, hanlIome.lrl.\ / ..- She was so sure of herself' A lit* ""

Rose of Orlando, has already Introduced sufficiently to provide state'smatching for the first three months of the work In general Bible study tocrutlc young sportsman and man tie more deference he felt, would ",
the
toward
a resolution submitting This would go the present yenr showed a nice gain which in going to be especially about town. not have been out of place. "Planto (:
done cent
The Communists have a to fifty per
such an amendment. I up over the same period of 1934, gave helpful. "And where's the story? All Longll1lanll's stick to music criticism?"
reat deal in effort to break Federal Government finally fixesas
; an Successful In that manuever, the heart to those who look with en- Don't miss these meetings, been talking about Patter Sharon shook her head "Oh, no 1
(own the of the colored amount an old pensioner
loyalty state's general fund will have been I the age vious eyes on the general fund .. son and his wife- -and Bannister I want to gain all round experi I
taxes, oth-
In the South They have have Luxury "
; should
eople tapped for another $2,000,000 loss There is little likelihood that there A couple from New York recently But we can't get one little fact once The modern newspaper In In ,;
being
lot been successful. The old gosel -a grand total of more than $4- er gambling taxes etc., are |, will be any increased< pay for any arrived in the Ozark mountains He clamped his jaw down need of really Intelligent editing '..

> which was preached to the 000.000.in only two assaults.If considered.,. Increased pay for any of the cabi- In an old-time covered wagon "'Yeah-but when the paper -" Jj,

slaves by the great preachers in the. Governor's demand for a its.olf! net members, even If there Is any lifter traveling about 1,300 are served" The telephone rang. Ignoringher ; ;i'
to-
the fruit MAY plunge
South forth '
FLORIDA
brings automobile license pHttlal resoratlon: of salaries for miles Branch waved his arm contemptuously Branch spoke Into it rapidly. y:,
'lay In the lives of the children and $5 and $10 limit head-long Into a revolutionary "Sure when the
.
to-and it will- general employees.'The workman'scompensation .-- papers Then he was deep In the proofsagain. ,;::
old slaves is agreed the present campaign
grandchildren of the In
process beautified are servedand sheet in
suffer bill got preferred A Fort Lauderdale resident every I"
The greatest preachers the world present school revenues. will must- against chain stores As littld committee consideration this yearIn his property recently town has: got the .story." He turn- A little disappointed Sharon '.w''
This
ever Haw since apostolic days were a loss of $750.000 and has been said about the campaign the senate Governor Sholtz Hla neighbors caught the spirit. ed to Cap "Tell all the Westches- waited. "You wished to discuss thUreview lI i

the preachers in the South from also be made-up somehow,another -I It may surprise many that therein Is expected to have some special did likewise Result seven real- ter Court men to watch for divorce with me didn't you?" she
sales taxers see in this just chance that
fifty to than even
seventy-five years ago. better an comments to make to the legislature ty transactions on that street In papers finally nuked! umlllnir exoectantlv. .;
This country needs more of the old peg In their favor. chain stores are In for a terrific on the subject of liquor leg past few weeks. lie tapped' me pholographa"Here's .nBne-h-i; cdUp- ::,

time gospel power that characterized Sales taxera joined with reapportionment lashing at the hands of the pre -- -- one of the juiciest dlvorcn "So I did." lie tapped the clipping J

the ministry of those men. advocates to cause 4 ent session What Is conceivedto cases the town has ever seen. -all briskly, "If too smart, too :

--- $125,000 expenditure for a 1935 be the most drastic anti-chain ready to break -and not one of hypercritical. It's easy enough for
p
I
Lake County Federal Savings &: census which the last legislature store bill ever drafted or presented r AMAZE A MINUTESCIENTIFACTS thane fat-heads we !Rot working for you; after( all you've learned at \

Loan Ass'n. Tavares and Mt. Dora deemed unnecessary, failed to appropriate -' to a legislature Is meeting unexpected I us able to crack the story.", The Ouhkoxh College"Brynmawr --" "

|nrgamzed. for as customary with support One senator I L -::- BY ARNOLD small dictograph on his desk begun ," Sharon said, her ..

-. sessions Immediately preceding the: told the writer that only one of to buzz. Branch snapped down eyes beginning to blaze.

Nineteen r u r al rehabilitation census year.Whatever. many senators he had Interviewed the key. "Yen?" It was Jordan the "OllhkOflh-to pour your scorn ','

[canning centers are in operation the appropriation that voiced any opposition Individual MALARIA'S HIGH TOLLMALARWS / Publisher asking him to come to out on people who like such old- :

near plant City. Is logical and reasonable that taps home-owned store owners are is REPONIBL1' ;IiU office fashioned stuff an Beethoven'sFifth '.,

further the present Income from putting on the pressure In a grand DIRECTLY OR INOIRECTLV FOR 4.e" A moment later he stepped Into Symphony- -maybe our readeere t

New the general fund, sales tax: advocates but quiet way Bill under all storeunits conrlclcration OP THE! DEATH RATE IN INDIA the luxuriously furnished room. aren't an smart aa you are." ;f'
Kidneys will be found more or less In would make Jordan nodded pleasantly. "Sit "You should be editing a tabloid

U few mold full accord Among these is the home-owned located on land down" Mr. Branch," Sharon saidwith ".

w xMn.ro tad.far new rwr one.neetet.d rat i-kI tied....-.. Budget Commission's recommend-- actually owned by the corporation : "Thanks." Brunch watched him suppressed fury. "Then you

A v noelqrroteWotNlahtalei' : ation for Improvements and expansions and no store would be permitted to narrowly but did not accept the In. could give them a picture of the r

10711I..gear.'ToarnentfuneUseal_Y_.. I .... at the State-Hospital for the have branches or additional units. vitation. "Shoot. first violinist In tights. And you F,

.....lIod\Ynu"""ran.- s Vs 1grYrpe. .s... Insane at Chattahoochee and the "It's about our Traction policy" wouldn't have to run a review of

.. III e .r.. .. eto.p aNk), .. .......".".. State Penitentiary a Ralfoid. Involving SAM GETZEN has proposed a Jordan began with a casual air, the concert at all. u

an expenditure of about bill which would fix a minimum "That's up to our Editorial department "Ah." Branch looked at her 1

FEEL 1000.000 Such an appropriation wage of $800 for teachers In any ." Branch put In quickly scornfully "And now that you've

TIRED, ACHY- would serve two purposes county of the state As a class, "I've got nothing to do with It." assigned me to my proper vocation

"ALL It would be designed to meet sadly negro teachers would benefit hand Jordan nodded. "I'm thoroughly what may I ask Is to be ;your
WORN OUT ? over-crowded conditions and at somely. satisfied with our Editorial Pol- career 1""Oh.

Get same time provide a means where- icy on that subject. He paused. a few months here" Sharon
Rid of Poisons That ALL SORTS of legislation designed "I'm' referring to our treatment Insolent 't
by Florida can In effect partiallymeet 1 1 answered cooly "doing;
Make You III) Washington's demands for to restore delinquent tax of the news story," the first decent miMlc review this 's

!I3? constant substantial matching of FERA lands to their owners' control are "There's no such thing a* a paper ever had Then--" t
backache keeping One sweepingbill treatment of a news, story" Bruno
T Do suffer grants to the state In the future. being proposed Branch raised hU hand! "But
kurnnill"errab"| .tr or too you frequentrbeumutl' The whole legislative situation proposes that all back taxes be retorted brusquely "Either you there'd be so many obstacles to

urination-' attacks of dimness appears tailor made for the sales wiped out entlrejv. except in cases print it- -or you don't. your career on thin paper," he saidIncisively ,

inkier pains swollen feet and' taxers; .. where tax certificates have been "And If you mean that story we "that I'm going to do +

-all Do yOU feel tired, nervous In his message to the legislature purchased by firms, corporationsor 0 ran this morning about Harry Cur- you a favor.. lie grinned with y

Tb unetrupgT give' the Governor suggested that partnerships Point I Is made ley and this block of stocks he vot- malice. "I want you to go down i,
kldn l :: lome ouht to your act would prove the RANDS OF COAU- ed himself. that' not work.
< this
Be most logical and reasonable that one o guess to the cashier and auk for two
the
t>rI Derl Lr for functional sure thy kidney function"'". way to provide schools with tin I greatest pouglble stimulus to reviv- MARKtO COAL(Y A I*OUTMEQN UINA TRADE MINI We've" just about got tho gocda. on weeks pay and tell him you'reflr

tb.order< bloodrlDlts pol' "n* to stay lut needed $10.500,000: In state aid for ing real estate transactions. WHICH MANM EACH LUMP WITH him." ..Kl."
m. upset the whole aye teacher and bus transportation pay A BRMHT COLOR. "I don't think you understand" Sharon's face was drained of ,
Use diverting the three cents Oldest member of the House In Jordan said angrily "Mr. Curley color an she glared back at him. '

he kidneys Doa,,'a P/IU/ Doec'e are for of rested the in tax now going to road point of service Is I. N. Kennedy, In a friend of mine and I don't Then with a swift movement she

kldae only. They help the gas bond retirement to county of Lake again chairman of the want his name mentioned In con- picked up the paper-knife on hetdesk
bond
dlAtr:7lean. the blood< of hi lthPittt and roads and nection with the
Traction
wute. DOOM'* school funds There ls every committee on public story and rained it toward him. ew
;- and recommended that this proposal ha highways Having only two IOO.OOO RA1.lbsat-INCNTROUT' You like your job here don't youBranch (Sharon and! Branch have "
">, world over Indication lens continuous service bAbe STOCKED .. STREAM. SITTER THAN ?" met and
Get them from **r deaf ears In this one years just < they are literally
fallen
on '
ghat.LOAN'S. and sales Kanner who has steadily served 1,000.oop SMALL FRX WHICH CANNOT "Of course I do," Branch said at dagger" point already!

situation taxer have the the educators support of the Martin County since Its creation PROTECT ENL TMEMUIVtS Nes. --AOA1NST> -"TT NATWAL _---. -. heatedly,, "Why wouldn't IT I Don't miss. neat week's exciting .

PILLS bond block In going to the general I by the 1929 legislature Drought thU sheet up from a rag. tallmrnt.)







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Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida Florida Press Aun. eua" ANTI. HOR.SE FRIGHTENING(

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E. L. Matthews_ .___-______._.. ____________Editor and Owner An amusing story comes from, No wthat the racing season la OBJECT I IS TO PROVIDE THE FIGURE
the local FERA office. It seems over and the State Racing Commission Of I
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employed In a certain one of the biggest slice of "needful" we'veever 1 .SIZE WITH MEANS FOR ATTACHING ITTOjHS

Yearly, $1.50; Sic: Months, 75c: -Payable in Advance departments arrived a little earlyIn gathered from this source, FRONT OF A MOTOR VEHICLE\

Advertising Rates on Application the morning and found the door the customers no ,longer able to IN SUCH. MANNER,THAT IT MAV/ BE
-- -- .. -- ------ --- to their office atlll locked, so they guess which dog or what horse,
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\J Hat down on one of the benches, i are walking the streets of Miami s PROPELLED BY THE VEHICLE AND

,1 Strawberry Festival next week rI' t generally used by clients In the with pockets full of Jack lookln' PRESENT THE APPEARANCE OP A

Qii hall to wait for someone to arrive for a place to plant It. HORSE DRAWING TUB VEHICLE !
I with the key. Fortunately, Another thing, they all have ,
Some people can give a smile on two faces: as easily as
'
I (or there would be no story) It was plenty of sand In their shoes, sun

> on one. the morning following; the arrival tan on their backs and salt air in .
I' +' r0.- from out of town of a new em- their nostrils and the Idea of goln' --
ployee In the case aid department back north don't Interest 'em a bit.: HOWS / WHOA !
': Midwesterners would be gratified by seeing the dust get
whom oj our two young: ladies And If you think this makes 1 IAHOA.THE ('/
BBaotER
.:,y? down to earth. ___. ,_waiting_. ._on-.L.the.bench_____had...__not_ tough for the real estate men do wn GHtJ I 41"I WUA.
;-i' 0 ;yC\f lU.a. JSIV UUUWL C AI/CV Ul5 a there you just ought to stand
'' busy day the new case alder en around some of the-offices and see 111u
If things don't out after them Avery
come
your way go
tered the hall and, the
sizing .
up
how these folks are crowdin' an! .' '
oa
'f Powell advises. situation with an efficient glance, pu hln' to buy lots, homes business
0t1 asked our heroines. "Has anyone blocks ag/f'what not. o
taken your case yet?" Next time According to,the Miami Herald I
The cold this week should crimp in the spring
t1 snap put a they have to wait In the hall our $847,000 worth'of Miami real estate

poetry market. young ladles will probably remain changed-hands in one day last ABSENT MINDED

,* 0 standing. week, while for' an eight day period DRIVER TRIES TO STOP

rl' One exchange reminds us that you don't have to be an Homo-Talent the total Bales had reached' rr THIS'vwy t
$3,739,000 with the sale of man y
artist to draw criticism. Unheralded, the four Canovas, homes reported which indicatesthe

0iN Starke'B chief contribution to the desire on the part of our win

0r. President Roosevelt is just as good fishing off Florid disciples appearance of at Thespls the Ritz, made Theatre their ter visitors to locate here perma 1 WONDERGIVEIT MAYBE
nently. BE7TER
WRONG
he is angling in Washington. Tuesday night In a short feature Interesting was the reported sale WHAT'S SCWtB HI3 LEQ SHOOT

i'\ n with Ruth Ettlngr Although they of a $25,000: home on the beach to r NOW OATS IS BROKE His

Another way to get the cart in front of the horse is by; sing two songs and stay on for a Floyd Gibbons, internationallyknown !
bit of comedy It Is quite possible newspaper correspondent, Q
''ii-t continually kicking like a mule. that many locals who "knew them writer, and radio star A tough

n 0 when" did not recognize them in break for Florida, having a guy

}, There isn't much hope for the return of. petticoats seeing their hill billy make-up. No cries like that located here!
of recognition came from the audience While Miami Is leading the rest
how unpopular pink Blips were. when Anna, Julletta, Pajte of'' the state and the Nation for '
and Leo (now known as Annie, that matter, In teal estate activities /--.

As in every other walk ofolife. the hardest job for a spin y Judle, Zeke and Pete) were flashed brisk sales are reported this .
on the screen, but Judle'a antics week from other sections :::- .
many ;
is not to lose his head.
Germany brought forth gales of laughterand in Vero Beach numerous groves CAN IT BE THE HORSE OR THE CAR 9
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0 the songs were well received. were sold antt'the Dunedin Times I ...n."l.p_.. HE_.FtlNT/_

i: The consumption of soap in Russia is increasing. May It was not so many years ago reports the aale of a '200 acre

( be the five year plan is washing up. when the Canvas appeared, In grove to Powell Crowley, Jr.-own- The Christian Endeavor from | REVISION, OF TAXATION general fund in whatever nmomj
person at the theatre here. They '
er of the Cincinnati Reds and radio the First Christian Church of PREDICTED Is to
' necessary bring the school
were then living In Jacksonville stations WLW and WSAI. !
: : is The and although broadcasting regu- In Starke will put on a program tit Income up to the $10.500,000 it
A rich man easily distinguished. spots on his Tampa dealers report sales (Continued on Page Eight)
larly over station WJAX their the Christian Church at Graham quested.
ha' Representative Getzeii
of
numerous farms and !
i vest are made by a finer grade of soup. Jome bills: \ some contemplating a re-dl-
i fame had not passed beyond the small tracts with Interest steadily Sunday, April 7 at 7 p. m. This vlHlcn of the'gasoline tax and oth- also the father of a constitution

0 boundaries of Florida. Then too, Increasing.. One operator openeda I will be an Inspiring program sodon't ere augmenting "school amendment to give the schixiliti
: Until the for long dresses is million-dollar It was before they hit upon their subdivision' revenue I
: style :! over legs on the edge of town miss it.' Following this pro- sales drivers
hill billy act, which through license Income revenue from a state income I m
: i' should be worth only about half that much. large degree to be responsible seems In for a every ran buses lot in to less f fjio than property a week and sold gram C. C. Johns will preach. and inheritance taxes. The If the people vote for it netyer

I. 0- their popularity.The school lobby Is asking a minimum Two years ago Governor Shol'j
And it isn't a boom-It's just the ,SCOTCH STORY of $10,500,000: annually and the asked the legislature to rate
::1i Red is the heaviest of all hair. Think of what a burden at making foursome a motion are picture now in which busy normal reaction of those who coma The Scot had t with the legislature seems anxious to give automobile tags to five and ta
argued
bald headed red-haired man is relieved of. Dolores Del Rio Is starred and It to Florida anti) like it so well they such an appropriation and to make dollars but the legislature forced:
t want to stay, First they buy a conductor over whether the fare the school's of Income definite I
sources
a will be shown here compromise on five, ten and Oi
soon after
release -
" ."" I? home and then the next was five cents or ten cents. The
thing you and sure. For this reason, teen In his message to this I Ifjli
:' The rehabilitation program has put Key West back on -- know they buy' a business or start disgusted conductor finally pickedup Senator Tinman's bill diverting the lature, :the?governor repeated hi

*I the map but it is:! still kind of hard to get to. Husbands Note one- ed the It out Scotty's suit-case and heav- seventh cent gasoline tax to the request and he may be able t
advertising a window to land ker-
The Florida received schools flock of .
' Of Interest to women should bea won a converts the leave cffIce with this election
i o splash In river. "
,f' biographical sketch of Elizabeth at the Century of Progress Is pay- a "Mon, scream day of its introduction while Rep- miss chalked up in the fulfills
il An African woman is the mother of sextuplets. Perhapsthe Arden appearing In the cur ing even a greater dividend than ed Sandy "on top of overchargln' resentative tietzen is claiming six- column because cheaper tags mtu

natives have been drinking Canadian Club. rent New Yorker. According to anyone hopeqJ for and the moneywe Winter me, you Haven drown Herald.my little boy!" =- ty-five votes for his bill compelling votes and a lot of legislators pluto

the writer Consumers' Researchand spent, en that exhibit is proving the transfer of money from the run for.reelection.JkeNeatest .
--
0-- the most profitable Investment we
other critics of modern Industrial
So many dead people are being revived that it seems methods, estimating this famous ever made. .jMkewlae our invest

there might ,be some hope for Herbert Hoover after all. beauty expert's probable ment Convention In brining the to the American state has Legion Sensation
margin of profit from the manu
o resulted In a great many of those
facture and sale of cosmetics, point
We can't get over the fact that doctors recommend anything out that a bottle of her skin tonic, buys returning and in some Instances -

+' so delightful to the taste as orange juice.. retailing for eighty-five cents, consists This week buying the homes.All Florida Com- Cars
of water, grain alcohol, boric LubricatedUNDER
o mittee will hold
a meeting in Or-
acid, and perfume anu costs three
A man's wishes for the necessities of life always includean cents to manufacture, They also allege lando to discuss plans for a nationwide
campaign to advertise Flor-
appropriation for the latest model automobile. that most of her preparations, ida and to complete the drive for
In common with those of .
other
many
"0 funds for this worthy purpose. ACTUAL
leading beauty specialists, are ROAD CONDITIONSOpen
When the Flying Club's airplane arrives here we hope made of the cheapest ingredients Florida has more to offer the
homeseeker and investor than
,;I' someone will volunteer .to go up and look for the cost of liv obtainable--her "muscle oil," as other state,, and! Florida needs any .... = =- '"'=r ..
::?
one example, containing nothing! up MI. J
k f. ing. but more people and more money and .
third-grade castor oil and
) 0 -- water all we need. .to. do. u.Ie. just get our SpringLeave

E:'( Moving the movie industry:! to Florida seems rather im Whether these facts are true or who message are prospective to the minions Floridians.or people \ I" ': '

" practical. It would take some of the stars years just to get not husbands, they to will fret probably a little cause longer Irate!and 1 In the meantime the legislature Detect*

their clothes here.Poderjay louder when paying their wives'beauty should watch Its step to avoid thepassin& Squeak <
It
of legislation that wilt retard ,
o bills' 'Incidentally, Miss
our progress or In tmARattU. O
*
any way :
's Arden recently refused $15,000,000for ;
has been placed on the prison broom squad. .her business., make the state leas attractive or

After being married to four women at the some time he less Inviting _to the tourist, investor -

. should be used to that and homeseeker. Often times
Observation:
legielalon Intended to bring In a
0.I. Things must definitely be on the dollar will only serve to drive away BREAKS '

.I. The State Senate and the House were organized last week up-turn: They seem to be buying two. free. Skackle 1

; no matter what think after hearing of the some new phonograph records over lare 100%
you some wrangling at station WRUF. We do wish the LUBRICATIONS
Z1 that will soon start.. Show Boat hour folks would decide where he-like Ned Sparks and
whether their Mary Lou Is a blondeor the rest of 'era-can create a laugh INCREASES
0 THE LIFE OF YOUR
brunette: In a movie short sev- by merely appearing the ncene. CAR-DECREASES REPAIR BILLS
1 Dawn used to be nature's signal to get up and go to eral months ago she appeared asa However, as far as we know, we

' 11i work ; now it is a sign for a lot of people to go home and go dumpy mlsa of about thirty years MIl claim Mildred Hundley for our SWAY SQUEAKS AWAY WITH

to bed.-Titusville StarAdvocate.The with dark hair, while In a recent I own discovery. She took the part
, advertisement a dazzling blonde of of the English governess, and It
sixteen was Introduced to us as might be that she.can only play
f : goal of economists seems to be to increase exports Mary Lou. The local night mar- English overnellsea-ws won't

' l and decrease imports. If every nation manages to do this it's shall Is now equipped with copper know until she appears In another
bullets Instead of the partbut her moments
' oldfashioned I were
going to be a pretty good trick. lead 'among the most
ones, so you better not enjoyable last Fri
o have that chicken supper after day Blgbt. Others were good also

f. H. G. Wells declares that Americans:! are nursing a homegrown all. Fats Waller would have a but you ean very well see we're
swell band If he wouldn't Insist getting the end of this column, 7h!'.A11I1lZPt YtIII.nke I I1 II/I'rlualk'
revolution. It's nice of Mr. Wells to come all the way upon singing the choruses Mlis so suffice it! to say that "The y' IDEbv 1i1Wlle.JJ6

'i'll'; from England to let us in on it. Elizabeth Holllngaworttt won the Belle of Barcelona" might well be DRIVE IN-SEE
1 o $25 at the first Rita Theatre cash the first step In the renaissance of a IT WORK .
I night. amateur theatrical
A woman's wardrobe should represent her individuality Starke. productions In

a fashion expert asserts. It does. As in her clothes, there is Orrhkla for Bolto The Moto-Sway method of greasing consist of taking the

more left for the eye than the imagination. But to get down to actors whore TUB AMATEUR GARDENER
still In mdnt! weight of the body of automobile
our -the high It your off of the
, r o school here did was the busy hour of four' springs,

y'I The most optimistic person is the one who bought on job of "The Belle a remarkably of Barcelona"last good When store from a city hardware shackles and king pins,'then swaying the car from side to

: ; credit from every merchant in town after Voliva's prediction Friday night. Frances Cad- Emerged a side
man who
; /' ''that the world would.come to an end this year. man, a senior from Keystone One hoe bore temporarily re-arching the springs, freeing every froze

I 0 as Heights even,a seemed belle of quite Barcelona as beautiful might One One spade rake en shackle-loosening up squeaky springs and 'making it

1 Sulphur is all right on the end of matches and molasses reasonably be expected to be---although From there possible
: : is fine on hot cakes but put the two together and they are the > competition from
I bane of many a small boy's/ existence in the'spring. of the chorus. The various moat members Into a seed establishment
profes And for.U, things his ,
't' -- -0- sional-like moments on the stags money We
spent: are giving this
.it.c A scientist declares that a pair of common houseflies I field were those Charles in which Sidney Herah- One peck of bulbs, von Moto-Swav greasing

produce more than 7,600,000,000 offsprings. Sounds like Pender and Mildred One lot assorted shrubs. and
an Hundley
were Involved, lubricating service NO
Perhaps at EXTRA
One COST.Smith's
} quart vegetable
, estimated birth rate of families on relief rolls. the first named Is already out of He seeds. .
has a garden under
the way
0 : amateur class however since And, If he's
fairly lucky, soon
'I Dr. Dafoe can see no harm in the Dionne girls being per- with we learn he baa been travelling He'll have-about the last of
a stock
far ..
company
as into
} mitten to play with a telephone receiver. The trouble will develop Georgia for lo, these several- One June tomato; Service Station

'i later when they're old enough to use the phone to say weeks. .Charles Fender of course One eggplant vine, ,
"charge it." Is well-known to local audiences One radish.
I and baa about reached the Starke
.s pointifj Pathfinder.. Florida





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