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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 19, 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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Established 1871 Subscription--For Year, $1.50:; SIt\ 75c -Payable In Advance E. L. Matthews, Editor and Owner '

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GRADUATION DUST FLIES STRAWBERRY I MAY'QUEEN I YOUNGriIA.NKILLED GIRL RESCUESSMALL I FESTIVAL I

AROUND BRADFORD AS WIND J '- BROTHER FROM I
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EXERCISES BRINGS WEST IT FROM MOVEMENT OFF irZr I BENEATH TRAIN MOVING I OPENS WITH I ;r


Dust last Friday from the Western Some kind of medal should 1 be J

plains caused a brief spell of the award of Rosemary Bronky, 10, I
BEGIN SUNDAY eye Bradford, ear, nose and throat troubleIn SLIGHTLYPrices IN WRECKDrives\ II who last Friday afternoon risked LARGE CROWD ,

County and penetrated her )life to nave her twoyearoldbrother i

as far south as Miami, it Is re : Arthur, from the wheels

A. Gray To Give ported. : Hold Around Car Into of a moving freight train. : Cllapmanlliatt And
/J. The atmosphere became noticeably I The youngster had been playing I

CommencementAddress' hazy shortly after noon and I $2 Per Crate Heavy TruckSunday I I near a skiing just east of the Sea- i j Carraway Are On 1

by late Friday night the volume of For Week j: board station here and had apparently I 1 Program :,/
dust in the ale had In I,
: greatly gone to sleep between the I
creased. However, Saturday mornIng rails close by two sidetracked i iI I JNrr.i'iT\VI 1

REV B. M. MONTGOM- found the atmosphere clear NORTH CAROLINA ANI I WILLIS RAULERSON FOR. I IMERLY | freight cars. COL. I.COl\m 'J'
TIle I
SERMON; again, in spite of predictions that OTHER STATES SHIPPING OF I1E1LKRONN1After Later In the afternoon when an I FIRST-NIGHTERS TO FETE 'J

ERr TO PI the tiny particles would remain ..t F I I engine came to pick up the cars it 'to'tovilli

of State R. A. Gray I I suspended until settled by rain. It Strawberry s hip I m e nts from r- crowding two trucks in n !I failed to arouse the child and the With the grounds well filled by

Secretary commencement address Is believed that heavy early morn- Bradford County since Wednesday e line almost off the road about 3 wheels of one car had already torI, town people and growersfrom .; I
will deliver the of last week totaled twenty-seven I o'clock Sunday morning, Willis every section of the county,
County Higicbool'a Ing dew turned the trick. rlea passed over him before his sister
to the Bradford express cars, a slight decline from r' Raulerson, 21, former resident of I discovered hie Bradford's Second Annual Straw \\t
next Jacksonville weathermen said plight.
graduates I J
fifty-two the total of thirty-two cars loaded this county, crashed headlong into berry Festival opened officially ;.
at 8 o'clock, It was that the dust appearing In this Afraid that her brother might
Thursday night out the week before. last night on the lot opposite the 'h
a third true with his small sedan
wake bo killed 1 to
and
yesterday by L. A. section came from Oklahoma and up trying ''i!
nnounced school house on Road 13.
Texas, part of a vast Mid-Western Lawtey shipped twenty cars, and was killed Instantly. The get from under the car, Rosemary,
Gray, principal.The containing 34 ,600 pints, and an es i accident occurred about four miles Shortly after 8 o'clock ride concessions <
commencement. program section that has been suffering small for her age, dived betweenone down andspeakers ,t,
north of Starke Road 13. were shut
timated truck on
In the high.,school from drought, sand and dust movement of 36,180. e set of slowly moving wheels, an'
\
will take place Starke had A coroner's Jury, under Judge mounted Improvised
seven cars out, with child her and f
of grabbed the In arms
to wheat Lucille Torode
the
and besides senIors itorms. Damage another Mary around which the crowd I
auditorium E. 1(. Perryman, later Sunday exonerated platform
120,960 and estimated
pints, an
thirty-two Junior high graduates I crops in this area has been Lawtey, a senior tit the Bradford wall out from under the car before '
the truck driver Monroe quicklyfathered./ T'
truck ,
movement of 7
.600 pints. .
the second truck aloneRosemary
came
School who last
estimated at $30,000,000.The County High was
diplomas.
will receive : The average price for the week Bonhannon of Auburndale, and that L.. F, Chapman, superintendentof f
baccalaureate sermon will dust here did week chosen to be May Queen at u modestly says and S.
no "damage Prison Farm,
The at both points Is said to have been held the crash to have been an unavoidable she didn't rescue her brother until the State f
be given In the auditorium Sunday other than causing housewives t to program In the school auditorium accident.Bonhnnnon W, HUtt. of the State Marketing :J
seven cents a pint, which would the train had almost stopped
night at 8 o'clock by the Rev. B. make a few extra passes with a mean a total return of UO,483.20to next Wednesday afternoon... and a driver of one after the heard the shoutIng Bureau, made brief talks. J. M. < 11,
Montgomery,. pastor of the dusting cloth and causing a thin engineer Lee, State comptroller, who had 1
M. Bradford growers for the week. of the other trucks both estimated but still maintain
Methodist Church. coating of gray to settle on some eyewitnesses accepted an Invitation ta attend
Starke that Raulerson's automobile
Prices are not expected to DAY ,, that It looked like mighty brave
An excellent musical program I U newly washed automobiles strengthen during the remainderof '..MAY which was travelling south, wan a the opening night celebration! was I;,
by Mrs. A. E. Wall, detained In Tallahassee at the last
prepared .
being the season since fruit being 0 running at a rate of sixty mites --
music director of the school. ProgramWEDNESDAY an hour. Honhannon testified that minute and sent Acey Currawny,
shipped now Is for the Easter mar- deed.COUNTY
laird uuil in the: gi The POPPY DAYFor ket and the demand for berries he was making thirty miles! an GETS I
exercise took place two weeks ago from here usually declines after i hour and that he got off on the ocratic Clubs, to take his place.

when the senior's presented their that date. Lower prices will also \ shoulder of the road In an attempt Col. D. E. Knight, prominentlocal

regular; class night entertainment.' LegionSATURDAY result from the fact that North to avoid the smash-up. I Its Share attorney and former State ]

Till! was an operetta, "The Belleof Carolina, Alabama and Louisianaare t-, I Although the truck driver escaped senator, made the address of welcome -

Barcelona." and was given be- all shipping in carload lots. QUEEN CHOSEN. PARADE with only slight scratches, both and State's Attorney A S.

rare a capacity audience. The total movement from Brad TO DEC IN AT vehicles wero demolished.. The im OF RACE FUNDS Crews acted as chairman of the

Two students who have moved ford County to date is estimated > pact,, of the heavy truck loaded 1 program.

away and completed their high ut 1,725,084 pints for which grow- 2 O'CLOCK with citrus fruit tore the body of i Before and after the speaking H.
schoul work elsewhere have requested the acdun to and left them : display of fireworks wan enjoyedby
pieces
have received Mlee
that their diplomas be given ANNUAL CUSTOM OBSER ers approximately$157IH7.M. Mary Lucille Torodo, of strown along the road lde. STATE SENDS; $17,962HERE !) Festival flrstnlghters.Although .

here Mr. Gray says They are VED TO HELP DISABLED Lawtey, chosen May Queen last The youth was a grandson of LAST SAT. the weather continuedcool

Marjorie! Marwlck of. Bowling VETERANS .-- week by students of the higi Mrs\ Mannie Raulernon. of the'I tJRDAYBradford and the location of the Fes '

Grmn, Ohio, and Francis Cottonof ROAD 13REDESIGNATED' school here, will reign at an indoor Hellbronn Springs section, and had I tlval ground is not as convent It

Panama City. Saturday, May 25th, will be Pop program to be held next Wednesday been working In Miami us a deckhand County coffers were to pleasure seekers. an wall IU {

I senior class also py Day In Starke. On that day <: : afternoon at 3 o'clock lathe on a dredge boat. I richer by $17,002 heat Saturday downtown location last year, these
Last
year's the women of Jones-Langford- school auditorium.In when It received Its equal I share fuels did not seem to be any draw-

I numbered fifty-two__ graduates. White unit of the American Le WILL NOT CUT OFF attendance will be the following The body wan brought In an ambulance i'of revenue from legalized horns back for the crowds end automobiles '
to the DeWitt C. Jones
gion Auxiliary will4dieltribute little WALDO AS maids: Maltha Powell, Irma I and dug racing In Florida dutlng I lined all streets around the
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I here and not '
Funeral Homo was .
GREEN ASKS red poppfe i'cal the streets to be PROPOSEDThe Stockwell, ElUu'ueth: Hollings- Identified! until Sunday afternoon !I, the pant winter IItlllKon.I ground. '

worn In honor of the World War Mildred Geraldine M. Lee flutilnesM at all concessions win
worth, Hundley > Comptroller J. nnncunc-
FOR FARM ROAD House of Representatlve'JMondny One of Rnulerson'n Hl tors, Mrs.
The observance here will bo I brisk In the evening, and the
dead. overrode Governor DaveSholtz' Jcrnlgan and Mignon: Slunou.Thuir Hattie Causey of Jacksonville, amt el Unit the total dlnburHed to the early
of the annual nation-wide ob corortil will "he Leslie five rides, which the Festival
fund
I WRITES GOVERNOR HE HOPES part veto of the local bill providing an uncle, heard of the accident I fifty-six counties receiving ''
FOP CONSTRUCTION servance of Poppy Day, during for the re-designation and Biggs, Jamca: ,IT:*i.-> |Edwin Torod-j, while passing through here and wan 1202824.10 and that last boasts,; never lacked for- passen

THIS YEAR which millions of Americans will re-establishment of State Road NO). Ronald. Pitts an l Joe Edwards, Jr. went to the funeral home where I year each county received only I gers..
tribute to the of the' which due- Expressing. themselves as pleased -
pay memory 13 through Waldo. A parade: In many they Identified the body. The j $12fm.
I
of the road from war dead by wearing memorial rated automobiles are expected to with the opening night crowd,
Hnrdsurfaclng The bill wa passed at the 1933 young man was on his way from i| Of the amount received last BaN
Starke to the State Prison Farm poppies I session but was vetoed by Cover- take: part, will begin at :2 o'clock Jacksonville to visit his grandmother urdtiy, flradforil County's ttrhool managers' of the Festival predicted,

was requested this week in letters; Poppy Day activities here will be :(, nor Sholtz! after the session was Wednesday afternoon. I here, they said. 1 1, system benefited by fifty per cent however, that the number In atten.

written by Congressman R A. directed by a committee from the closed because ho said the Federal The program Is being sponsored Funeral services were held at 1 lor $8,976.31. Most of this will bused dunce would*lncreHse every nlahtunlil
Green to Governor Dave Shottz! headed Mrs. Grace by the Health Department of the ad- the climax on Saturday
Auxiliary by government would not participateIn Crosby Lake Cemetery at -I o'clock j to pay teachers unlenn an .A.
and to C B. Treadway, chairman Wainwright, chairman. Other members I the construction of the road on Iccnl FF.RA.. Tuesday afternoon with the Rev. ''dltlonnl grant of Federal fuiulM i iI is -

of the State Road Department of the committee are Mrs. account of Its l location directly -- ----- Lewis Alford officiating 1 I received, A, J, Griffis, superintendent AIR RACES

Mr. Green's letter follows: Vonda Inman, Mrs. Joe Simmons, through Waldo. Dr. liulten Dies Raulerson Is survived by two of schools, siikl. i AT PORT SUNDAYFIXI'EILIENCED
'You may be sure that It gaveme Mrs. B. F. Hall ,and Mrs. L. S. I the of ten of the
It Is said to have been plan Word was received here late Sat sisters and one brother. Representatives ;
pleasure to support Legislation Hutto. A large corps of volunteer build which did not I!
of the road department to a uiday night announcing the suddcn ----" eleven counties receive FLYERS TO f
which bas carried to Florida'veryrecently workers will be organized to cut-off from the end of the concrete checks last Saturday requested SHOW
to death of Dr. J. J. Bullen at hU Call For PaperIf GIVE
eleven million dollars carry out the distribution of the pavement between Fairbanks home In Daytona Reach that night, that their county's split be held | HERE! ,
be used! on our road system. flowers. Fe the carrier boy happens to consider.
and Waldo to the Santa Dr. Bullen and family were former I until Governor Sholtz can e'
'I have in mind two projects in I I The poppies which will be worn I River Bridge, missing Waldo com- residents of Starke, he having nilus you with copy of the Strawberry legislative! propoxaln which might' | Norman F. Zuck and L. J, Smith,

my Congressional District which I I here have been ordered from the pletely. been pastor of the First Baptist Festival News don't feel I change: the use of the money, the two flyers with thousands of hour '

believe are -of great merit and Veterans Hospital, Lake City -._.--- _-- -- Church here for several years before slighted. The Telegraph will keep I comptroller's; office said i to their credit will stage a pro.

which will afford unusual benefits where they have beeu made by dlS-1 I Newest In .Waves moving to that city Botildpi a I few copies on hand each day and! gram of air races at the FEILAtlrport

to our State at large and to the bled World War veterans. The hit widow, he leaves to survive him you may have one by calling nt our I RITZ HAS GOODBOOKINGS I south of town Sunday aft-
They ar .Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr., ownerof '
general traveling public (flee. )ornoon. 'F
has provided employment
making M. -
the hard surfacing of the road poppy) for needy veterans Leila's Beauty Salon, announced three and dauglitp..loIr"A Idles .June Bullen of Iloilgson Dayton : __ ___.___ I I | The program will be as follow!

from Starke to the State Farm this week that her shop Is now :2:30 Speed dashes over 20U
through the winter and spring Beach, and Miss Beatrice Cul- New pricking plant under way i : high
and the other In the completion of months, enabling them to help equipped to give the popular *of Starke. Bt Hustings, by O. W. Waller, Inc. 'I FOR FESTIVAL DAYS > miles an hour; 3 o'clock, hell diver \

the road from Yulee to Baldwin. support themselves and families. croquignole waves. i lIen AND ALL NEXT 1 bombing exhibition. 3:30: Smitty 'lj
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I have heretofore strongly urged In exchange for the poppies, the WEEK j Smith{ flya, on hU back for over anIle i iI

that these. The two grades projects are practicallyready be completed Auxiliary women will ask each for i During Jhe next few day the I I o'clock without, ten mile old fast of air race.motor.4:30: 4, ,:
contribution
In each Instance and it will person the welfare to make of the a war's living victims [I Legislative Proceedings I'I'TALLAHASSEEFour I II' Ktte of Theatre hits that Is presenting includes "Hupp1-a galaxy stunting a racing ship, falling 1,-

not Incur a great expense to hard the disabled veterans, the edit Ahead," "Love In Bloom," 600 feet In a death defying tail
surface Zuck. 0 o'clock, precision
spin by
widows and the fatherless childen I [ "Roberta," and "(Ievll Dug Of 'The"Happiness
'Please construct them during will be ----- I I flying In a stunting plane. 5:3O.tho : ,
'1935. of veterans. This money bills on required to collect the tut. For I in- to aid municipalities which lout | Air." |I' air pilots' Schun'delLMr.
work
used entirely In the welfare homestead Ahead" which shown
,
doctor's bill of $100.00, much revenue through
attention Lance, on a Zuck has been associated

the
I I
the will
and Auxiliary, the sale stax. engage U'a
ofthe Legion automatically become exemption for the lust time Friday night
PROPOSE TAX ON bulk of it in the work of the local I of the legislators during the bill 103.00same would being true of Fifth: There Is another group new musical romance: with Dion with the National Air He Races recently for
the four
: Indicationsare pant years
I'ost and Unit. the coming weeks. All sale tax. Powell and llulchln (Jn.
to
others. which is opposed Josephine
FOREIGN MEAT j that the future will be any architects, lawyers, and took five places In,hls ship at the
legislative The doctor or lawyer would be barred They hold there is enough money. Powell with his fine singing voice, Miami Air Races competing with/ '
in the
(IOHNS AND ROBERTS CO- ROOSEVELTFAVORS thing but tranquil several distinct by law from assuming this tax. coming In at the present time to Is I popular with local audiences, the foremost speed ships In th-
: halls. There are world be made against care for schools and other purposes and he Is said to be at his bent la |I, from St,
INTRODUCERS OF CANAL I sales tax: I I The levy country. Smith hails >
the
views on without additional levy. They are this new film.
I
BILL, The original sales tax each Individual transaction. I I II'eterHbur" but has been known In
GREEN 'MORE HOPEFUL First: have measure which |I II I The administration measure is expected to attack all these measure "Love In Bloom," another musical I i the past few years a* the ace of
Representative E. Johns, advocates a and and base their belief on tho and Allen Joe Mor-
Charley FOR HIS PET. I Representative Intended as ncliool iziuuuuro with Burn Floyd Rennet Field In New York.
or Bradford County, and Represen- PROJECTNews I was Introduced by This I Ii I all money except that needed for fact: that gasoline taxes were up] rison and Dixie Lee, will be unrl'el-I, -- ...... ,. -
County.
tative Nat Roberta, of Union; were I Wood of Liberty three schools would got.Into the general 2.000000 last year; that an additional .- ml at a midnight show Friday at 11
flat
co-Introducers, this week of a bill dispatches from Washington i' measure provides for a retail sales. treasury. The state auditing de- $2,000,000 or $3,000,000'I o'clock.' George Burns and Oracle OSBORNHOMEBURNED

providing for a license tax on this week stated that President I per cent levy on gross retail store partment has. estimated that $12000,000 ,- be raised from liquor taxes Allun. the screen's dizziest come-
if
firms selling: beef or beef slaugh- Roosevelt Is favorably inclined toward Under this measure a would be raised by the ad- :land license and that with a program dlans are up to their old tricks and
tered and canal as did a business of, SIOO.OOO per i of the state budget and Joe Morrison WHEN WIND SWEEPS
canned in foreign coun- Florida's cross-state month the ministration act. economy a lot of new ones,
end of the
tnes, The bill was referred to th-i a project in his Immense public month at the mall into Tallahassee \ Third: Another sales tax bill can be balanced. j takes care of the rungs FLAMES OVER

committee on agriculture. works program. merchant check would for 3000. found its way Into the house hop The fight Is expected to be long "Roberta," playing here Sunday 1 ROOF

Senator J. M. Mann of Lake Congressman R. A. Green made his and was introduced by Representative and drawn out. and Monday is the new Fred As- I

Butler:! representing this district, a presentment to the White House \ Representative Wood estimates per Larson of Clay County. I! A bid for the quick divorce business talre-Glnger Rogers hit In whlcn [ Whipped by a brisk wind, flame the 4

I Introduced\ a bill providing that Incurable -, Monday In which ha urged Immediate that his measure would bring in The proceeds, too, would go to the to come to Florida was approved -, they continue to be as remarkablypopular I quickly spread over the roof at f

insanity on the part of construction of the canal, not $40,000,000 a year Into the state schools. Larson announced his I by a house judiciary committee .. they were In "Flying I home of Mrs. S. R, Onborn. on 4

either husband or wife shall'be and :only as a necessary Improvement treasury because It Includes Under a taxI bill was nt the administration. as It recommended piuuuiige I! Down to Rio" and "The Gay Dlrrcee. Tenth Street, about Trouble 8:3O:: o'clock with rl l

constitute cause for divorce. It was ,for) transportation, but as a relief I on real estate transactions. His bill calls fur a three per cent of the Frost bill'to allow divorce ." Their new dances ar.lIald Tuesday morning. !
referred to a committee on public [project worthy of preferred con this measure aU ad valorem taxes tax on all commodities sold at re- proceedings after ninety daYs-.,.. to be better than ever, and the water pressure delayed the fire flames department ;frand

health I sideration. He pointed out that by ,the state and counties except tan, on real and personal propertyand idence. When he Introduced the songs Include the ever-popular I In fighting the
I of hous
tbe'wall
Tho Senate last week quashed s [between seventy-five and eighty that required In the constitution on amusement bill Front, who cornea from Jack "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes." I the upper portion ... f

r!*>lutlon sponsored by Mr. Robots ,per: cent of the money'expended onthe for schools would be abolished. The There was one exception: there onvitle, said It wan designated"to Next Tuesday and Wednesday I Ithe i' destroyed before the blase w.a "y,

t and indirectly constitution provides that the state take of the quick divorce Rlts will show "Devil Dogs ofthe I, under control.'I;
for
providing an Inveetlgatlonof canal would go directly would be no tax en any Item that same I who has lived alone ;J
county Osborn
and the Mrs. ,
'the management, conduct and to labor and to the relief must levy one mill than ten cents a tax of business away from Reno and LIt- Air" with Janus Cagney, Pat '
less
scboolll.Representative coats since the death of her husband s veral .,|
operation of the State Prison of unemployed.Mr. three mills for one cent on those costing from ten tle Rock" O'Brien and Margaret/ Lindsay.Correction that the fire ? I
Wood's bill provides months ago, says
arm. The resolution bad previously Green Is the author of thebills to forty cents; a tax of two cents Fish and game legislation was .- -- kitchen flue IA
,
the state should get started at a defective
been adopted In the nc' .(!. under which .recent surveys that of the those costing from forty to an Interesting phase of the week'aevents 1
cent on colored girt was cookingbreak
.. ...... were mad. He has twelve and one-half per flat three and It looks. If something
'
for this project the seventy cents and the time tbe lire was dl..- Icovered.
from the sales tax; The patron. of the Theresa fast at the
canal forthe proceeds be done to protect the gamest
worked in behalf of the those costing seven will
tax on 1
Easter Sunrise ServiceAt ten and has addressed j schools twenty-seven and one-hali I per cent and more. fighter of them all-the black bass,'j school presented a petition to theScllool 1
past years ty-flve cents almost completely -
eounU".nd house
cent and the cities, Board at Its laat meetingrequesting The was
" the Camp of the Palms, near I the House many times on the per towns sixty per cent. Larson said be- believed his tax No less than sixty-eight In the Introduction representatives that their school not be surrounded by thick green tree r 3which

Ice yitone will Heights, a sunrise serv- subject.. ,Second: The administration'sbill would produce at least 10,500,000 of a bill Joined that would prohibit the consolidated with the Hampton helped to keep the wind (;

be held Easter Sunday U more far-reaching In Its ex the first year. out of Florida school Instead of petitioning In favor from spreading the blaze to nearby -, "*

F morning Tlbbetu at 6 o'clock Rev. George Bank Closed Today tent. Under this measure doctors, i Fourth: Another sales tax the measure Florida -- i 1 sale of or transportation black bass with every of the consolidation, as was buildings. oJ
has announced. architects, I* being prepared by recent l Issue of the A small amount Of Insuraa! vMwas
SPecial will not beopen lawyers hotels, : In the state solidly behind reported In a i-
of Starke The sportsman
Bank
music The news-I of Municipalities. '
' and a gospel talk retail stores, theatres League carried;. .', on.! the, )building
'Nbtcl1 eUl I be featured at this service to today as It Is Good Friday alepa papers state dealers and others .proceeds: / wo.u.14 be used, primarily I the ,measure. Telegraph. *

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MISSION HALL THANKS;: !
I Gainesville lost Saturday.The
sonvllle were visiting Mr. and Mrs HAMPTON In
LAWTEYII. { GUlJIIJ/lANCII friends of Mrs. Mary!
We wish to take
this
... < Cor. Z, Z. Griffis last Tuesday, ... many for The "Two Images": was the interesting method! oi
J. Phillip", .rr..p..n. n Mlw Kli/ubfth: llurnuge. ell." Ada 1l.rm 'erre.pmtdent Walter-son who has been ill thanking our friends for .
Mrs. Maggie Green has returned subject used in the Bible th, kind
Sf r"wlx'rry !ShlpnwntM Mr. and ltIr-W-;: : Kersey Mr. home after spending the past Rev. Voiles, of Lake Butler was several days are delighted to know Study at the usual hour this deeds done and for UK Icautlful
at this
The strawberry Heaaon is stil I and Mrs E. E Yarbrough aud Mr. two months In Ralford with her visiting hare last Saturday. Mewas that her condition is better week. From an historical as wellas floral offerings during ter( sick

11' the main attraction here. Since th'3 and Mrs. 13.J, Yarbrough of Wood- sister, Mr. B P. Johnson and othr pastor of tha First Christian wrltl/ng. Lulu, profcctlcal nJpolnt! the lesson I npss and death of our dear 111110
last report there has been a total lawn were visiting Mrs. H. Keene relatives.Mr. Church here, and has many friend Mrs. J. P. Summers of MM.J. was of much value and was well: band and father L. R Fdwerdt
shipment of twenty express car Sunday Lewis Lee of Tampa is visiting who are always glad to see him. was the guest of her mother, received. May God bless you all.
containing 31J,600: () pints and 1111 Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Reddish of relatives in this section this Rev. Lyle and family were : P. Sullivan this week. the Mrs.: LulA. Kdwarcls,,
estimated truck shipment of S0,18i() Hellbronn spent Sunday with her week. guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Wynn Mrs. J. P. Sullivan and Mrs. A. Another lesion taught: was And Family.
PI'asure. -
and
pints, making a total for the pus parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp. Mrs. Ids Chase was visiting Mr. last Sunday. J. Wilson attended preaching at difi'cience between Joy of thought -
week of 381,780 pints. An aver Mr find :Urn. .1. F Phn-v of the and Mr. Arnold Griffis Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Mann who ate TheroHua lust Sunday afternoon. This also is worthy -
net return of seven cents per woeic-enJ temporarily located here visited --. In the day In which we are Uvug.
age State Farm spent lu Mrs. Lizzie Lee was visiting her -
pint in LBtlmnted, making a lIet here with relatives. ttln-ln-law and laughter, Mr. and relatives and friends In Lake Butler ; LONG MISSINGOKE.ECHOBBrTho especially by Christian people.
}/ return to the growers! here for the Mr. *r\<\ !Mrs Clarence Hutchinson Mrs. Arch Prevail Sunday. last Saturday and Sunday. Joy being that caused by the acquisition Soundi ..If
pant week of $20,72-1X0. of Rising spent Sunday with Mills Theresa Jones was: visiting John Bright was a business visi- search for I or expectation: of Good /
Mr, and Mia. i'cjix u..i t>. Juanita Priest Sunday. tor to( Stance last Friday. J. II Benjamin: 66 year old news i while Pleasure Is tho gratification! t
Pornonnln/ Mrs. R. C. Groover of Miami and Mrs. Myrtle Priest was visiting Rev. Lyle preached at the Baptist paper editor who disappeared from 1 lef the sencca or of the mind; an o J IF
i Mrs. W E. Toiodoand daughter, Mrs W. It. Gloves and children of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Grlffla of Chl.rch last Sunday morning: Ocala; In 1930, ended with the sim- .' agreeable sensation or emollonsen -
Miss Mnry Lucille were shopping: UmutHln arrived Sunday to bn at StarKe Monday. and evening.Mrs. ple burled of a skeleton in Oltee- .:ual or carnal gratification. .!re 1't VJ
l; In JackHonvllle Tucndny.' the bedside of their uutl.-i:: : iiij. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Boree and J. W. Horn wa shoppingand chobee Cemetery this week. Th Hebrews 12:2: sya; and Is appll
e Mr and Mis Chan. Gillette unc W. F. H.irnsge, who is ill. sons, Harold and Doyle, of Jacksonville remains and personal possessionsof !: cable to the chrtotlon:!! : l'u
Mr. and Mra. Bill Mayo of Jacksonville Mrs B. M. McRuo and children were visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hicks. the mlslog man were identified "Looking tmtl Jesus the author 7?;..,'idJ
were vlnlting Mr. and Mrs. of Lakeland vlnltlng their rtcently by a son L. E. Benjamin faith, who far
are Mrs. Zeniis Crlffls last Friday. We are sorry to report that Mrs. and finisher of our
K, E. Burney Thursday. mother and grandmother, Mrs. W. --.---. E. L. Hicks is on the sick list of Tampa. They were uncovered the Joy set before H'.ci! endured the! ycurs nand
sr James T. Mania fpeut the week by alligator hunters Monday
F. Haruuge.W. this week. Cross despising the shame, and Is
t end with his family at Plant City 1 f. Grovel and William Lat- SAXTON t' In palmetto thicket four mile net down at the right hand of the :
r Mr. H. B. Arwood, Mrs. O. J,. ncr of Umutillu were visiting J. A. Mr. \V. A. Tylrr, ('.rr..p..I J. C. Dixon of Lawtey was visiting northeast of town. throne of God" gives sass
Phillips, Miss| Grace Arwood and friends here Sunday. nee of )
IN Harnnge Sunday Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Tyler and A&J again, "Sorrow is better
George Arwood were shopping in Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Brantley an- lel'iceit",
OF THANKSI no
0- --- children spent Sunday at New Riv CASIU han uugb ter for by the sadness of ro
JackHonvllle Tuesday.Mr. nounce the birth of a son, March
A. II. Harley W. C Wooten BOA DRAIN er. 23. Mrs. Brantley will be remembered wish to take this method of ...0 counte-.ance the heart is made greta now or Ira

were attending Grand Lodge session MTM. Z. /. UrirriM, Vorrt'HJ.olldmt Quite a larger crowd from this as Miss Freeda Brown. expiesMing my thanks and 'appre- .jetter," .f .:c. 7:3.: BSURE SAFELY AND WITH! COh.lDEHCI/; /
of Masons in Jacksonville section attended the convention at Addle Tyler spent last week elation to those who were so kind 'Those a.tending the study next
Tuesday Mr. William BaTiey of Jackson- Macclenny Sunday. with her sister, Mrs. Viola Mae to me during my recent bereave- lu"aday veiling! will get instruc- HAROLD C. WALL
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Plummcr ville was visiting Mr. and Mm. Eunice: Hicks of St. George. Ga., Summer.O. ment. specially do I appreciatethe ..0'.& now t-> build a new house. Bleu -
are announcing the birth of a Hon Zena Grlffla lust Tuesday. III spending some time here wita T. Nelson was visiting In beautltul floral offerings tcifcrerjj-v-j on the subject re- INSURANCEBTARHE.

Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Dan ttoiee of Jack- her father and mother-in-law, Rev. Lawtey Sunday. A. J. Underhlll. ...I. ste\!. ,.t.t11 .'Jtmm\

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r i upending home at several Tarnpa days Friday here. after I "KEEPING UP \VITtHE JONESES"The Viewpoh1tslmportant ---By POP l'fl0l\lANDI i i60t1H

rf Mrs. Lucile Beck who underwent -- -

.a serious operation at Starke la Cd'Mylooor n t ecrrwHATSHES! A WEtouW Wsu., Bcrrs x DON'T 6AVe. I HO I-O WITH
f reported an Improving at her 2 WOULD a T D6 rV TeRRIBLe TtMPeR WORRY KEY, SAITb@? THAT KNOW TessiTIMS WHY .YOU ANY A WIFE LACE! YOURS.'r -
home here. Pout SHo2S FOR A bcnx. We'R2 YlsZou6sW11t ( "
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far, and Mra. L). C. Reid of Max- MILLtoN BUCKS--T 4A1 THOU6tiT weWASN'T PLAICE--5He'S TH'
vlllu were viHltlng Mr. and Mrs. 4.. MAFrn OP YOURS IS & IN'"IOT aDOD ;: You SAID WORST 6ATrLEA'KE; Z ALI< /1r
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Mr, and Mrs. M. L. Crews of WHO TV* otoct MAO THE \ JUST DfUJPPtO in. AND THtVVOoa N1 p.oN1 .

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High School installment, Dave had just thought them a final farewell\ and wishes I tgnR of uneailrcis ,
Chapel of an Idea to regain: Betty's favor. I' for /good luck smile WAS still\ there, : i

1 Takes Place Thurs.Milton Now to go on with the story: Ii That week before the game laughing eyes fairly i
Bradford High School JournalSTAFF 11 I reamed lllte a month to novo and the floodlights !hone I y rk
: Ilrownleo, of the V. of r. Part Two I Tommy Vary rarely did either, nee She seemed! more I + h,

Ji --- -------_.____ ________.__ ____ __ .. Spt'1ks; On "Tlio Honor SJNUTII" As it was stated, Dave walt a Betty, but she aim stuck U> her ever before to Tommy. ? I
_.__ down 1bit ,
:::: physician at the State Psychopathic and maintained, her impartial quieted s
--- ="-' promise : r
,,\.:;: The High School Chapel was Hospital, which was more com I attitude. Dave spent mont truck up tho !t. ,tA
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held last Thursday (April 11)), monly called the "Nut HOUHO." ,', of the week in popping up his boys school Bong Tommy : .' I 'uT
Chlor-! ::m. Dorothy SapptulJiJliurjnChlet. ( ) fourth period Instead of Friday, as However some few, moved by "I[ with spirited lectures on Shake- ten a bit as they. :i'
>'<"t .-- Robert as usual. desire for correctness referred to the field In .' : .
: spears, but never told tnem what
Chapman their Miss Middleton's it by its technical name. Dave to forms, glanced at the ''i{
AndersonwJrgourd Ieven' grade the outcome would I mean him.
Ilto'"r! IGor A. W., in brought his plan before the superintendent I around an almost pl!> 1 "
;( Loulae Snyder was charge And the? presented Tommy utilized\ bin time in preparing I 'J.
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then at the stars In '.
suclelt'dltor ._u'Sidney H.rahf laid a "four gtar" program: which ev of the Institution. Hla himself to give the bent lie :
:hntertnlmnrnt: : ; Editor derson Jr: her ery one enjoyed) plan was to take all the young had in him. Despite bill heavily then at Betty ij \ I
and Elementary Reporter.. The first two numbers on the men In the institution who were, burdened mind tie managed to "Beautiful night, eh 1\:' I n
Iml&r! prance Codmnn : them program were' musical. Tommy physically fit, but were merely : sleep fairly well, and went about said slowly and : I t 1.
-- Ritch played "Norclsuses" at the suffering from some mental weak his training rcllRioimly. Tommy red jersey gliatenlng !
EDITORIALpeople why piano and the Quartet (composedof ness, and develop them into a football + too, kept his bargain a secret from floodlight.
wonder why students are over W. S. Rivers Tommy Rltch team. The superintendentgave I'' his team mates, for he consideredit "Wonderful, I a
nervous when they go to school, she Norman Royster and James Whit- his consent on the grounds I his own battle to fight. He thing It's your big f j y '
o this Isn't strange if you con- field) sang "Billy Eating Goat" that Dave himself play quarter knew, too, that Ills team would bo a her and a !
but the time that is spent In a and "When the Banjo Starts to back In order to prevent any confusion overconfident and a bit stale, and you'll come through. ;. ,
rider ( don't
room five days a week. Thisespecially Playing." of the dangers of nn upset for such Tommy take care of '

Is true the last few Next, Juanita Barefoot and Jean The current football season was a team of lunatics Tho mhrlll note of 1 j
weeks of school, for everyone is Davis (duet) sang "WhisperingHope now drawing near a close so it At length the big niglit was at whistle caught << I, ,
(thinking about graduation and the big ," and Pickaninny Sandman." was plain that Dave must work hand. It was an l ideal evening epircd: by tietty'a wor l '
little tots are thinking about getting E R A play, "The Runaway" was fast to organize his team and whipit ; and Harris Park was parked to out on the crisp turf
out and playing In the sun- of next. The cast was: Robert Fulla- into playing shape. After aweek'lI the very brim. A chill run downTommy's place on tli. field .a.
I shine them way-Ralph Rhodes; Marred Fulla- coaching, he had this team spine as ha walked out (To be concluded )
| There always seems to be a way-Tommy Hitch; Billy Fulla- of half-wits running signals fairly I of the dressing room and gazed At -----+--- I ;
I failure to do the work required the ) : : you way-Jean Davis; James VVhltfield we-11. Another week, and one the grout crowd before him A ttJ.Inu\1: : R \\' f I )
I last few weeks of school, because that Mr. Fullawny; Betty Fullaway .ould hardly tell it from any other I /Ricmt mount of public Interest In l'rl1r.o" of '" r
I Is excited over the comIng : Jean Davis; Marlon Dowling Ce- team with one exception. If ono this strange battle seemed to p"ail.
I everyone and In some cases a think oil Fullaway.The would talk to the right end for Ten minutes 1 later: form l 1
vicatlcn i
I ) : '' health isn't In good.conddtom th 1 play:: wii* very appropriate nttunco, ho would tell you he \vui Tummy fidgeting about nervously Dear Profs: !, y
tuclent at this time as we are about to badly misunderstood-that he was m the bench, taking foot, ruction' Will you ploiine tell u"optimist" I
that : have exams. Two boys ran away none other than Napoleon IloimI rom the coach while t trying: to 10- is?"
lull the ones are
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\ can from home because they didn't > rte. On the other hand, In a couiidcutlal rate! Betty in the fmiln: liver on Yours truly ;
to
afrmn they are going, her fail face.by : ( big think they could i<,'',isa their exam, chat with the center, ho the 1'.ych"I'rtJl'S: i aide, Dave was i
the >p reason;; on his or \ er but their Inters followed them and would endeavor. to assure you that doing ihe iiumu' thing while trying: : ___ .-
so /
that
lye hope everyone passes school of man\a them see htv fooU h It was as n matter of tact, he was Klni,; to Keep his lunatics\ out oC the Dear Louis: ,
I be summer ;
won't any
thcro : to run away. They decided to re- Arthur himself nod had come biicic stands: and from arguing with the An "optlrulut" Ix i rc '
tto ""' "' -- .* --- ( ) whit tUrn homo and do the bust they to rule the Psychopaths Th" fans to it hotel without
liardoi next fullback at times thought he war I A few minutes liter the RcuileU
! : BAND PLAYS could and study year. nuka to buys u check ,
KHVTJJM IN I'HAl'EL, rnOGUAM think Following the program, Milton a grizzly: boar and no on.Mcnnwhllti. took tho field for limbering iij| ct- Uictiouurlly $I'Profs. '
: ] Urownlco gave a lalk on "Iho Hon : the Athens Scarlot wclses. The crowd cheered theta .
regular-elementary chapel : gone or System as ciiriioJ! on at the University were enjoying a fine season. They tremendously, but Tommy seemed Dear I'rufa: .I ,
The' given Thursday, of Flrl<1II+ ," The talk was hod coasted through their entireschedule not to notice for a far deeper tt
was
program excellent and every one enjoyedit. without a defeat and Im'tlily thought occupied his mliul.( Tho I
April 11, the third period, and was lo- took short I want to get 1 .. }
been scored on twice. ,CcmHequently team a passing practice
enjoyed by all. : ; After announcements by Mr. they claimed first place session and then Tommy waa ciill- rouglit to write n V l
The program opened by every- : thin Gray chapel' was dismissed.! in their conference. Things had cd down to end of the field (<>i- next picture but a ; l
"America," and thj I I toM that he IH a
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om' sinking I ---- ---ft- been working well for Tommy- punting pructlce, its went about j
Lord's Frayer and flag salute followed Jeut I his work slowly unit systematically tk: '.' What shall I tlo
Juniors Sponsor very smoothly. Ilo had neon much
!: all action during the season and Ho got off n few high lazy Yours truly r'
The first number was a piano: Show At Ritz' above: all, had held the admiration aplrnlt Into the darkness and then W. T. \ )' I
duet 'Stars and Stripes Forever," very of Betty throughout. And Just the teRm ran a tow ulgii-tN.. Mt'im- Baloney
which was rendered by Margaret Junior :St-nior .Party To Toke when he had about decided to while, Dave refracted from warul-
Lowry and Prances Overstreet. PlifeTod'y hang up his. cleated shoes for the Ing up his boys at all. As Tommy Dear W. '1', y
Then was a number entitled, Joe Benson nnd rest secured that Betty trotted buck to tho bench, hilt eye Your should worry '-
"Grandfather's Clock," with Fay The Juniors, order to raise was his own the Inevitable hap ( caught one girl In several thousand coHta. Get him + S s
Yarborough at the piano and rhy- additional funds' for the Junior- pened. Next morning the local paper It was Bettyand right on Dlctionarlly ;
thm band with Arch Thomas conducting he's Senior party sponsored a show, came out with the sport page the flfty-yard-llne.> ly this time,
was played. Next was a sight "Happiness Ahead" at the Ritz headline. "SCD rlcts Challenged by things were about ready to begin '
"Soldiers March" by the rhythmband like yesterday (Thursday)I. Psychopaths." A further reading and the crowd was yelling for uctlon a.' ))
New (
with Frances Overstreet at foul This dhow, Junior Tag Day and revealed all. Tommy knew what ,, but Tommy tttolo minute! togo (
Barefoot class dues ought the assets In to him. Much to over and have: n word with licit- ., .
the piano and Juanita that might mean If you o M d. roar ,
conducting.The : as the Junior treasury up to the point his disappointment the challenge ty.As ..,.p Kldnmr* tor ...... tint*. I.
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that all bills and debts owed by and plans were ant he walked over to where she :
so win accepted HlMtmiatlMi.
Club band then sang their Junior- In the class can be paid, the treuaur for a post-season night contest. pat who greeted him with a "HI, by Aeldlty.the ........n..a.......t..nctJo.Doctor'... :: .,
song. : er Marie Thede, said A week passed-a week of meditation kid I"' She was cool all a cucumber Noe oalledlJ1CII'rlCX (alt.t..t) t q, ++ )
"The Festival March" was the \! As everyone (we suppose) for Tommy. He was now Never did she even show any g to Y ewe N etra4 ...
next number played by the band what knows the Junior-Senior party aware of the fact that Dave was ---- ndl
with Louise Stern at the piano and I "comes off" today At three o' about to step back In the race. finally

Frances Overstreet conducting. eye clock (p. m.). tho two classes will he decided that he must call FUNERAL DIRECTORS
The old game, "London Bridge," go to Klngfley Lake ( Mr. Torode's upon Betty and make a final plan r"J. '
It Possible for Us
our.lMiiny A mm Expc>rlt>iu-e Makes ;
wan played by the band as a musical : that cottage) and enjoy swimming, water for marriage before his rival could IN
end fOUIt TEOUS \ :
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and it was renderedvery which delightful favor
game take sports, etc., after a regain Betty's MOIVCIIATB I'KICKHIMV1TT :
well. supper will be served. Upon making his call at Betty'shouse

The band was under the leader- autt.'C: in Following this everyone will Tommy found that, strangely C. JONES COMPANY j I'' ''ISl
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ship of Mrs L. A. Canova. I get come back to town In time to go enough, another guest was already
The program was then In chargeof to the show. present. It happened to be
Mr. Cray In which he Introduced The Juniors hope that all plans none other than that old pest, Dave f
the two candidates for May Day me work out And that It won't ruin Edmonds. He had come for tne
Queen, Mary Lucille Torode and shore -- -. same purpose aa Tommy. Both
Martha Powell and made announcements "TUB \TTIJ5 OF WITS"! turned in their pica, but Betty Expert
after which chapel it By I. 'Mtcr I>. Schurll would not listen to either. How
waR dismissed. \!, ever, she did consent to settle thematter
-- -- we" What Him. Gone Before: In this way.
\I.EXn\U OF EVENTS FOe Betty Brown pretty brunette Pointing to the fact that the Smith's
WEEK OF APRIL Z2ND it, has two ardent admirers Dave EJ- game between tho Scallets and the
Monday-Double-Section Classes good wards, physician) at the State Psychopaths was only a week
Examinations. L Phycopathlc Hospital (nut house> ), away, she would rest her decision
Tuesday: -.Examinations on 1st, : : and Tommy Baker, a good looking on the outcome. If Dave's team Phone 120 :
2nd and 3rd period classes. boy working his wwuy through the Psychopaths, won, she would
Wednesday-- Examinations 4th. like college. '.. marry him. If the Scarlets won. Wrecker Service Day or Night
Oth period classes May Day. I'll : Betty shows.; o partiality to either she would marry/ Tommy. However
Thursday-Teachers ComeNo : ; until, Tomjmy climbs to foot she did not con; >>ent to mar- -, "
pupils In morning.Commencement.- I ball fame'on the"college team, but Joy both In case of a tea, no it must -- _
begins at eight : tuen Tommy had a distinct ad- be a decisive game. Having pre-
o'clock p. m. and antage over Dave. I sented her offer Betty patted
R. A, Cray, secretary of State i At the conclusion o* '" t week'a both boys oil the buck and b"V: ,_>.

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Thanks to Mr Eugene Matthews : tT rrnSp s Al The n.caS rAll.N4 _
(editor of the Telegraph), C'YI1Q i : *'A'J'i iiu c y X *"*' inTt :d. '"* ''"*'* """ Jffifei
thanks to Mrs. T. T. Long (super- alt :
visor). and thanks to the efficient f
staff a fine paper has been turned I w'Flt i jSSi 1 ii l
out every week of ,school for'- the '
whole 1931-33 school year. I
We have tried to tell you ',,11' TpleOi ti peST.. I PAfiCfiFVfiCONCRETE +

the news, tried to amuse Interest ("et HINT sa 4 l I I I
hGlstla /f lrq I 1
you Have we succeeded? We yTcwY qr t
I v '
hopo 110.Next T*, v"'a"t K
year, if all goes well we t.Va eM tf I I
TM.eO
shall again have the school news- : 1V! I '
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paper-the B. H. S. JournalandWe I I
shall try to make it bigger a ( "yir
luas
and better than ever.
We have picked what will prob- PAY FOR

ably be next year's staff. They I
*" 1U turn out next week's paper :
a good will J' : QO CMNj Three rtttoni .why concrete 2* she ferior urlace. The l
sample of what we I .
have next year-we hope! The : J T ,lull ?AirT tweet ii' moat economical I pavement: gas,oil, tlr.i and cut
; .T( A$
taff is as follows: ? ... M tsrneii 1. Long lilt end low upkeep- 3. Concrete bald bu. ; ;
Edltor-ln-chlef, A.W. Anderson, Jr. 'C ) r (und.whichwouldotb.rwa.b.) mote travel. A ,

Society Editor. Elaine Wynn peal for repairs may be used to Crete i I. moved
Joke Editor 1
Al Kay Carlisle. complete our highway lytrem. markets.
j.ditoiial: Editor Alice noyster. :
feature Editor. June Whltfield.l.letnentary Scientific InTCsiigaiion ha* And in addition. to th.

1 Reporter Daisy Bell .J proved thai.i| coin motorist reu-oni concrete .
Dunn. ( up to :2 cents per mil 'lei to motorists rel...tton .
II .
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Typists Katie Fugate, Vonda In'man. tca! t I drive< on concrete than on in ...and SAFETY!

ss- \ I f/n Open Letter to Henry Ford" i It a booklet worth having. ;;

WHOOZ1TT "' I Pub Ml e ",." tit M poilal ran I I'

girL Has-dark is hair a pretty blue Junior eyes s :t ) : -m._ I .... c...,.., r PoRTL EM TAsSo

weighs one hundred and ten Hurt Hid--. Adam*.C*.
Pounds and la five feet, four inches I Send Free: "An Open Letter to Henry \

UU. She la always smiling and &e.I ao + tA1 N.a..,...............;................... \

blank chewing*, *Unl" Can you fill In the ""," ': : I ShV.,................................. ...

Johns Last, Week's answer-Geraldlne := .* CiIy... ,.. .. .. .. ,.. .. .. ... ... .. .;,.I.N.... ;'





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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEOnU STAflKE. FLORIDA APR H ,
PAGUO __ ____ __u ____._ __"" -"'-'-_ ----.---...---. .- ------- -_ ---
College Girls Home public is requested to bring flow- New York's Rep.
Annual Meeting Here of Music Study Group HaD1Jltoll

Second Brigade, U. D. C. Meets At Alderman Home For Easter Holidays ers to and bring each five Daughter bouquets Is to requested placeon Jr., caught off Fort LaUderdaJe rii,

I OdEii The annual meeting of the second The FortnlghUy Music Study Misses Marjorie and Evelyn graves. had seventy-pound it mounted marlin s\VOI'l1tlsb,
; Prevatt, Lois
Marguerite .
,$ brigade of the United Daugh- group of the Woman's Club met at Stump and Mary Wreaths will be made Saturday
Lois
Adkins Long
ters of the Confederacy was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs G. W Brownlee, students: at Florida afternoon, the 27tb, at three-thirty, I :::----
Alderman Friday April 12. Our at the Methodist Church yard. -
the Methodist Church, Thursday, American Contemporary Composers State College for Women Talla- The American Legion and Auxiliary LAWTEY
to LUNCH
hassee, arrived Thursday spend
April 18. was In charge of Mrs Edward also Boy Scouts have been
:1 To Observe Fraternal Special Easter Music At The meeting opened at ten I Burns, Miss Ruby Lllley and Miss their Easter vacation here at their Invited to attend on this occasion. All Kind

Day With Program Methodist Church Sunday o'clock a. m. with Mrs. L. A. Davis, Luclle MitchclL Miss Lllley pre- respective homes f -- Sandwiches, Cold Drink;
Vice-president of Brigade No.2, sented the life histories and worksof Miss Dorothy Swambom: of Law- I' SHORT ORDEICS
Tourist Club of America
starke Grove No. 278 of the Supreme There will be special Easter Mu presiding., The Invocation was giv- Edgar Stillman trolly and Henry tey, and Miss Ellen Wiggins, of I seeking
t Forest Woodmen Circle, Will sic at the Methodist Church Sun Keystone Heights, who are also twenty acre site at Hollywood.
en by Dr. G. II. Lowry of the Pres- Hadley. Mrs. Burai,, prepared a
have a Fraternal Day program at lay morning.The students at the College, are spend
"1 I byterian Church after which the paper on Deems Taylor: which was
the Woodmen Hall on next Tuesday choir will sing two beautl address of welcome was given by read by Miss LlUej;* Miss Lucile ing their vacation at their homes. :
: night, April 23, at 8:15: : p. m. ful anthems, "Hall Glorious Day" Mrs. L. G. Powell president of the :Mitchell recited the.life and works jfl
Mrn. L. D. Green, Guardian of. and "Christ the Lord is Risen" Starke thapter. The response to of John Alden Carpenter Mrs L. Entertains For Visitors / BfEl
l the-Grove extends a cordial Invitation -
from the Easter Cantata "The Welcome wag given by Mrs J. B. A. Canova played three piano numbers -
t to the Woodmen of the World, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Allen Davis
Song of Triumph" by Edward W Calhoun and Mrs. L. A. Canova by Huntln, .'"Sage Brush;"
> and members of other Fraternal at
} entertained
Norman. Mrs D. E. Knight Is director delighted the audience with several "Prairie Dogs," "Blizzard," and very Informally
organizations, to this their West Madison street
enjoy evening home
of the music and Mrs. F. H piano numbers. Introduction of Mrs. E. L. Biggs played Kelly's on L ,
In a fraternal way and join Long la pianist. Rev. B. M. Mont- State officers followed after whichan "Ballet Episode." Mr. J. H..Powell Wednesday evening from nine un- = Bock Beer Now In SeasonKitty's

the forces throughout the nation gomery, pastor, will preach the address was given by the State sang "When I Bring to. You til ten-thirty p. m. honoring Mrs.
i
:r1I in celebrating fraternalism. R. E. Oliver. Mrs. T. O. Brown,
Easter sermon. President, Mrs R. B. OHIver. Colored Toys" music by Carpenterand Lunch Pioneer
A' The entire Grove will be hostess Mrs. F.L. Ezell and Mrs. Marlon D. Service
4 at this meeting, and In the receiving The choir is composed of the At the noon hour luncheon was poem by Rablndranath Tagore. Walker, State Officers of the Unit- = (SINCLAIR SERVICE Station
following members: Woman's Club build- April 26 l is the date of next: P
served at the
1k line will be Mrs. L. D. Green, ed Daughters of the Confederacy, STATION)
IF The afternoon session began meeting, which will be held at the R. J. ANDREWS
Mien Gladys Williams, Mrs. Von Sopranos* Mesdames, A. Z. Ad- ng. who were house guests of Mr. and JR.
I da Inman and Mrs. J. E. Flynn. kins, R. F. Demorest, J. W An- at two p. m. with the reportof Manse with our President, Mrs. G. Mrs. Davis while attending the 223 Temple Ave. 8TARKE Mile N. of Court House
the General Convention being H. Lowry. Our Contemporary
drews, H. B. McLendon A. W. annual meeting of the second
Mrs. T. O. Brown. Mr. Composers will be continued, Mrs.
Anderson and Misses Ruby Lllley given by
r OPEN DAY AND NIUIITHALES L. A. brigade U. D. C. here Thursday.
of vocal Canova taking the'Younger
and Dorothy Claire Kllkllter; al- John Powell sang a group .
tOil, MeHdamea E. K. Perryman, N. numbers and Mrs. J. L. Medlin of Group, and Miss Mary Canova will .
1 D. Walnwright, Jr., and D. E. Jacksonville gave an address on tell us about The Modernists.. Easter Sunrise ServiceAt EASTERGREETINGS
nlght;; tenors: Dr. H. B. McLen- Education. Reports of State Chair- Presbyterian Church
don and Rev B. M. Montgomery; man, Resolution Committee and First Baptist Church News at I
Sunday morning six-thirty
ON ROAD THIRTEEN bassos: T. T, Long, W A. Scott and miscellaneous business brought themeeting'
o'clock the annual Easter
The morning: service atj the Sunrise
-1 L.. F. Smith. to a close. church Sunday will be'a musical service will be held at the Pres- p . .

service with the '('choir renderingan byterian Church.A FROM YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD
Easter Cantata. There will be special program has been arranged ASP: FOOD STORE

no service at the church Sunday for this occasion and A Itts.utxls We are glad to offer for your approval .
APRIL 21ST. night, as we will join the other short talk will be given by the Ie an especially choice array or food
Air Show Sunday churches of the town in attending pastor of the Church, Rev. G. H. values for Easter. The best and must
STARKE AIRPORT the Baccalaureate sermon at the Lowry. All the churches of *I WHERE. ECONOMY RUlEsli seasonable on the market U. yours at
'
High School auditorium.The Starke are cooperating In this service moderate cost when you buy from your
neighborhood A. & P. Food Store.
and the
Is
public cordially In-
Jf pastor, Rev. Price, wants
vited to attend.
one hundred and fifty In attend-
.
ance at Sunday School Sunday, SPECIAL EASTER:
II and has urged each member to try Garfield Evans League Union

and bring someone with them. Meets At HawthorneThe COFFEE SALEAs

The Sunday School Conferenceheld Garfield Evans League UnIon -
at the church
Saturday was composed of Starke, Waldo. on Extra Special Flutter Value all A&P: Food Stores offer
beneficial to
very all those
who Melrose, Orange Creek and Haw- their Famous Coffee Trio at unusually low price Friday awl
attended. The .
speakers were. Dr. thorne Epworth Leagues, held a Saturday, April 19 and 20.
I W. W. Wllllan. State B. Y. P. U. meeting in Hawthorne
f Secretary, Mrs. Waldo Willis'and Tuesday EIGHT: O'CLOCK, RED CIRCLE BOKAR
e Dr. E. D. Solomon, editor of the night. "Mild and Mellow" 'Rich, full bodIed' 'Vlgoroua-U/ '|aey
I Woodfin Halle, president of the

Baptist, and Witness Mrs,J,. F all,.''Vagta.of Jacksonville prom-- Union presided over the meetingand Lb. .17c Lb. 19c Lb. 23c

ii I inent young people's leader of her Miss duties Kitty as.Hogsed secretary.This transacted . I

Gainesville. The ladles of the .
of
group young folks meet
church served lunch
to the visitors
I once each month, and following GRANDMOTHER'S, Plain or Sliced
at the noon hour. ; the devotional and business sessions It-oz. 18-oz. 24-04. Wli. Wht. ('r Wht.

The pastor WilJe'ln, Jacksonville a social hour Is enjoyed when BREA D 6c 8c lOc 8c Sc
next week
where he will bone refreshments are served the
by en-
_____. _
of the teachers in the Jacksonville tertaining league. A large number DIXIE CRYSTAL-=Finest Granulated h
Associational wide S. S. from the Starke League at-

Training the Baptist School,Churches'which Includesall In that tended this meeting.. SUGAR 5 lb. cloth bat 25cIONA _

city and of the Association. Rev. Easter Cantata To Be Given _. -- -

Saturday ,April 20th. ADMISSION lOc Woodlawn Price will teach Baptist the Church teachers of of which the At Baptist ChurchAt UAND-WUh Tomato Sauce -

the Rev. B. F, Green Is pastor, the the morning service at the PORK & BEANS 3 16-oz. 12c
INTRODUCTION AND PASSENGER FLIGHTS book to be studied la. one from the First Baptist Church Sunday, the cans

Life of Christ, "Fr m Bethlehem choir will present a short Easter MARY ANN.-Old-Fashlooed:: -
To Olivet". by Moore" Cantata, "The Resurrection" by

-: Charles Fonteyn Manney.The MEAL 10 Ibs. 24cPURE
Rev. and Mrs:, C.f"'B.; Price will work consists of an introduction .
1 Ifhe'NeatestSensationCars have two parts and finale. __ _
/ as their guests for Easter, a VEGETABLE SHORTENING: -
Mrs Price's four sisters, Mrs. David -I The soloists) who will be heard are ,
E. Sox, Mrs. E: C. MuHiken, Mrs. J. D. Doyle and Mrs. GeorgeB. CRISC01-lb.canl9c:3-lb.can
Mr. William, Ribble and Mrs. Flynn sopranos; Mrs. E. L.. ; 55c
Ruth Raymond all of Miami. Biggs alto; Mr. John Powell, ten-
DEL
Lubricated or and Luther G. Powell, bass. Mr. l\fONTE-l..wIcloull, Yellow Cling

_..- John Powell Is choir director and
'
Riverside LIT. j. c.Baptist Sims, pastor Church of In Ml-the Mrs Choir L. members A. Canova are, pianist.: PEACHES Lge. Noe 2/ can 17cGRANDMOTHER'S

amt, who la holding a.revival meetIng Sopranos, Mrs. J. D. Doyle, Mrs.
1. UNDER ACTUAL in the First Baptist Church of B. HEINZ
ROAD CONDITIONS George Flynn, Misses Clarice
I Palatka, was a guest last Thursday GUI, Eunice Perkins and Frances SOUP 3 LAYER
,,'" afternoon of Remand Mrs. C. Hemingway; altos, Mesdames O. J.
Open up -- --- "'" t J :B. Price at the Pastorlum. Griffis, L. G. Powell and E. L. (Except Clam Chowder)

,,' Biggs; tenors, J. D. Doyle and CAKE
2
n j'- SpringLeave Honored With Party John H. Powell; basses, A. O. An- Cans 25

+'+ i'"' I e er dreu and L. G. Powell Heinz: Clam '
Miss Hazel Crews was honored O
I" with a party Chowder, 2 cans __ 90 18-z. ______.___ 25
Friday evening at
Detects .
Sunday School l Class
her home Party
near Stark,,the occasion YUKON
CLUB
ANN PAGE
Squeaks i being her birthday..anniversary., The Homemaker'a Class of the G' -Delicious, Pure Fruit'ALE11 -

m&Rattles 0 Games were enjoyed on the Baptist Sunday School, was entertained L PRESERVES 16-oz 15c 1
lawn and refreshments: were served at a class party Friday
by the hostess assisted by Mlas night at the residence of Mr. and
1 Nora Bias. Mrs. P. M. Barefoot on Call Street, Pins Bottle deposit Delicious gelatin.Dessert
Those enjoying this occasion with with Mra. Barefoot and Mrs' One %1J-!>>:". I 1'1'..,""" ': p 1
''$ l.
BREAKS 1 : Miss Crews were: :Misses Frances Wiggins as Joint-hostesses. 3 JCa lit .tln1\Lt 2pHgS. 9C
;44 \ Froitn Shackle O For ft 3GORTON'S
??
Wheatley, Vasteen Parrish, Nora The living and dining rooms, op-
.$
t issues 10035 BIas, June Whitfleld, Frances ened ensuite, were decorated with White House Evaporated
:
;, LU3RICATIONSINCREASES Hemingway, Alma Thornton, Edna quantities of larkspur, petuniasand Ready to Fry

Andrews Arllla Parrlah and Proa- other spring flowers, carryingout COD FISHCAKES MILK 3 tall 1 194r
its THE LIFE OF YOUR CAR-DECEASES REPAIR BILLS cott Gill, Raymond Wilkes,. Dill a color scheme of blue and cans
1 Crews, Tlllman Hutto, Jimmy Simmons white, ,the class colors. A short IONA f
-, George Raymond, Frank business meeting was held with -DellrlotM Large No2\1\ Can
'*: SWAY SQUEAKS AWAY WITH McKelvey, Leslie Parilsh. Mrs. A. M. Darby, teacher of the 2- 25 APRICOTS

/, jaycJ, and the prize, a beautifulman --- 1 15c

,y r.......... preul.Ieut of the class led the DROMEDARY:

f"1 RITZ THEATRE devotional:Mrs. H. L.Mrs.Brownlee G. A. Andersonanl were appoInted CRANBERRY: GRITS 5 Ibs. 15c

,'rlo f as group captains for the I
t itf i STARI{ .. FLORIDA next quarter. Mrs. W, B. Alexander -' SAUCE Tomatoes, lona 3 for 25c
r ei '
e e chosen
t:' was as assistant
',.(1' PROGRAMBEGINNING teacher of the class. Following 2 No.Cunn I 1-8__ 250 Picnic Hams, Ib. 17c

'1 i 7M-Amazut9Ki'i rfi Ii kltJ/ualJk IoEloy Ii.mue.lJ FRIDAY this follows a short: Duet program, "Whispering was given Hope"by as ANN PAGE CHEESE Lb. 23c

FRIDAY, APRIL 19TII Jean Davis and
Juanita Bare- Pure-Delicious
DRIVE IN-SEE IT WORK. "Happiness Ahead" foot accompanied at the piano by GRAPE: Nutley (Oleo) Lb. 15
.
''al5 Mra. I.. A. Canova; Poem "The Al- <:
Dirk Powell ways Faithful Few" by JuanitA JELLY NUCOA
Lb. 21c
: The Moto-Sway method of greasing consists of taking the Josephine tlutchlnitan Barefoot. A word contest was en- .
IBOX.Glira
class In charge. Mrs. G. W. Alder-
4 weight of the body of your automobile off of the springs, MIDNITE SHOW bouquet of sweet peas, was presented 17 RAISINS 4 lb. pkg.- 29c

,'j. FRIDAY APRI0. 11:00 P. M. to Mrs. A. M. Darby for
'{:it shackles and king pins, then swaying the car from side to "Love In Bloom": words.guessing the largest number of BEANS Stringless lb. 9c BOLE K SON


side, temporarily re-arching the springs, freeing every frozen Burns A Allen During the social period a refreshment B Peppers Each 5c SPREADCucumbers
Joe Morrison-Dixie: Lee course of strawberry
shackle-loosening up squeaky springs and.:making it shortcake and coffee was served Except: Roquefort
s:" SATURDAY, APRIL 20TH by the hostesses assisted by Juan- Each 5c Per'
1, possible to get. at the difficult parts that need lubrication. 'Terror,of the:Plains' Ita Davis.and Sara Barefoot and Jean __._. 178niiuw

"t' 3t "- .. : .. ......... /M- Tom Tyler LEMONS ,Doz. 19c BLUE RIBBON
( .. MALT

', ; We ,are giving you this jMotp-Sway greasing MUN.-MON."ROBERTA"Irene APR. Sl-23 Be Memorial ObservedThe Day Will LETTUCE Head 8c SYRUP


and lubricating service at NO EXTRA dos W. T. Weeks Chapter U. D. Pound
Dunne--Fred Antalrclager 3 59eCORN.
C..
will
observe Memorial Cook
Apples
',.,., < Roger*-Randolph Scott Sunday the 28th Day on or Eat 2 Ib 15 Can
at four o'clock
TUES.- WED- AMI. 13-'I III the afternoon at Crosby Cemetery CARROTS Bunch 7 .
'f Rev. B. M. Montgomery will : /2c
Smith's Service Station FLAKES
: "Devil Dogs deliver the memorial address and

Of The Air" the veterans'. graves wtll be decorated BANANAS 3 Ibs. 1 lOc 8-om.
-v I -thone who fought in the Jr. ___ 7c
Starke Florida Jamb Canopy-Put O'Brien War Between the States, both Con-
.. federate and Federals; Spanish THE GREAT ATLANTIC &: PACIFIC TEA COMPANfFRIDAY
'I\ American and World ''War. The

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[ .PUIL Ife 1938. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH RTAHRE.f FLORIDA t"
lY, V-_ ---- -- .. .- .'AnE't'1' a
Mrs. Effie Johns of Tampa Is en --- --------- ..;r .i... ; ; ,:;
I NO'I''N' OF 0,001 NOTICH or rio\ : ,-\
joying a visit at Lawtey with her NAT SEZ: I* LOST FAr--- I'ON"OLI",," ...TIO" Foil TAIL 1)1 .
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and NOTICH is HRitKiir< OIVKN,
Mrs. Uy the power vented In them Ity; That J. U. TlitmmM holder of TaxC'ortlflinta 1
M. D.
Bits of Carter. .,Well folks although there's a lot Fooled Gossipers the laws of Klorlda, the Hoard of i ,\. l>. lUll No.) has H8, ash fund,, day Bald of"...AUKUNt .url.- 14th\ A t ,
to Public limtructlun of HrmJfonl ante In offlr and mad,
talk my '
about-what applll"l' i
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Imbach with the -- County Klorldn. tu>rei>v call an tion for tax deed. to Issue thwr..on ) I't
,
will spend Easter In Green Cove Strawberry Festival and every' Mrs. J, R. McCauslond oieet I...,, to !>" h..li1 I In the iithmil 1 In aorordanua: with law Said cartlfIrata 1 '
of Pittsburgh
i ; !, ',
thing-I'm IIOUHFK In l twtov, l Htrlct\ No, 6 and fltmhiMc'wN the followlns1Hcrlbpd tie- i 14
cal Nevs Springs, visiting Mr. Imbach's fa- go- writes: "I took off 8 lbs In I In Woodlnwn I I>lHtrlrt No.: ft May property. nltuatad In Brad- I t rSV '
I. ther, C. I. Imbach. Ing to cut outmost two weeks with Kruschen. I ate 14th 1H1A to determine. whether mild fold County' Klorliln, to-wltl The !r'-..1ilcet '
as Ona-half ut North-West
of the districts I shall ronnolldata, alert Quni-
usual and feel fine You. too can three trust,n. for. the ....""..11.,1. tar of 14..lIlhW",1I"", of 8..otlon 1 I i Y
I OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND Mrs. F. A. Canova and daughter chatter this safely reduce as Mrs. McCauwland dlKtrlct/ should It conolldat. ..n,1t'I..rmlna One. Township. Mix: South, HonneTwantvona : '
roNCERNING week and get ,\ the amount of mlllntco to Last Containing T'j y
THE COUNTY AND TOWN Mary Anne of Gainesville did It you'll only have a mind of loti accessed. .AKalnNt/ the MtnHolldat. ty acres, lucre or lann." I
PROGRESS OF spent last Thursday here visiting down tacks. (to Or brass ? your own. Pay no attention to eil year. district" for the vimuln two under.The tha aHHOHwmant.mild. eirtiriiata' of sold iHHiiau property: wan i\\",1 :i, i. ,

Mrs. E. E. Canova. be I shouldn't may gossIpers who wouldn't want to nee For. She |>iirniN. ut hulling' sell In the name of JIIN. Unodwlna.ITnloNM I' i ,. to ti
sold
CBrttfloata shall ba
e you the slender woman election l In Luwtvy the followlncnm : re* I 'i"
you can DO ;
: dfmtued uroorctlnir to law, tax load I
Mrs. L. S. Hutto is In Orange- say brass tacksthat's If you'll only take a half teaspoonful named. A. if, llarli-v, Jantes will lnHiia thirtttin on the 37th. dayof ,
lloHlor, J M. Itntlitlnh,
A. H. OrlffU,
berg. S. C.. called there hardware of Kruechen April A. I), 11.15fiatvil I P
being on Salts in of l' k.
wail'here a 'The two seventy grade classes of a cup 10'1' f
of Hampton thin :a.-I. day (March! A
Saxon B. H. S. enjoyed a. picnic at Kings- account of the serious Illness of her and kind hot water every morning: (Taste. far lh. pnrposa of h"hlln", sale l lHlmMlnit D. U36.A.! 'J. I ,
I Tuesday. mother Mrs Rltter. of out of my t fine with Juice of half lemon In Woodlnwn Ulntilit No. J. TIIOMAM: Y ) I ,
ley Lake Friday. line.) But S the follow'Inn ore uplmtntvil.: CHI I Clark of flrcuirCourt, 41 t ;, ,
any- added). Milliard Shad Thompson, U I). liradfnrd County, KlorldaOKKH'IAI. ,. ,, 1
of New River was L. A. Rennolds, of'Richmond, way I'm goingto IMillllpH.. curare. Norman I Clerk. ( I. H1CAU) '
Kruschen is SAFE I : .
Johns --It's a health 4-18-01-5-10. ,
1
I l-4-811 1 !
Mrs. Ruth Courtney has movedto get down to business! and give ;
I r here Monday. Va., Is spending a few days here treatment and when your body ,, 1 r
Lawtey where she has openedup you a few hints of what you'll findIf
with his wife and mother-in-law, abounds with Kruschon fitness '
a restaurant. you visit Sternberg's while In s
Mrs. Elizabeth
Johns.
was a I excess fat leaves Jar lusts 4 weeks ;
of Tampa .
ucl Scoby .. town for the Strawberry Festival and costs but a tilfle- drug (4W
Monday any
J to Starke Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gertner of I this week. It's hard to describethe MR. '
store. Mitchell's STKAWHEKKY ROWERS:
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Warren I Drug: Store sells "
State Farm, Gainesville were visitors to Starke spent I real values but I'll do my! lots of it. II'i' '2 I t
iggina of the the week-end in Tallahassee visit- 'best: I '
[iv.visitor here Monday Sunday afternoon. ing Mrs. Warren's parents, Mr. I i I III WHY PAY MORE?
M and Mrs. C. C. Smith. I How About These The following news Item clipped
of Graham, was aL C. F. Lltchf ield and Henry Shaw I +I, t : h ht
rilcEver New Spring Frocks from Friday's issue of the Lake
visitor here Friday of Brooker were visitors here Eldredge Robinson of Apopka, !II I ; ;
i City Reporter will be of Interest to
2.95 3.95 4.95
T Tuesday afternoon. who is a student at the Universityof d dt"
6.951
Jpatton Is spending several Florida, was visiting friends 1 They All Look Good I friends here: Miss", Mae Patchettwho "

relatives In Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Canova and here Friday afternoon. I has made her home In Lake PINT I
|itn I STRAWBERRY CRATES WITH DIVIDERS: '
son, Paul 3rd spent Tuesday after-. Something Extra City for the past fiVe years as an ,',''a+ 'f
Moore, of Lawtey. was at- noon in Jacksonville.' Prof. L. A. Gray will spend Friday MAN1i.TTANSPORT employee of the Forest Service

[ to business here Monday. and Saturday In Gainesville SHIRTS leaves during the coming week for AND CUPS COMPLETE '"

Mrs. O. L. Bcasley has been con- attending the Florida High School iPrlnclpnl's i W hi to-niuQ Yellow New Orleans La., where she has ,
T. W Shuler of the State fined to her home for several dayson Association. been transferred to fill a similar EtI
.
$1 I
8 a visitor here Tuesday. account of Illness. I position. I tl t t30c

1 1 Comer Long, an employee of the Talk of the TownMunsingwear '\o'l'.r.., 0. "rl.II""l'IO
| M. F Wiggins of New Col. D. E. Knight and Col. H. V. State Road Department has been FOH T...\. 11aM1/: : EACH : i

'as a visitor here Saturday. Knight attended Court In Green enjoying a visit here with his Undies That Wiley"; : Oreen.II HKUKIIV'holder of C1IVEN|. of,

Cove Springs recently. mother Mrs. F. H. Long. 49c Tux. Certifleste No. 494. 7th day: of 'M
.Joe Hill Williams of Lake -- Dec.. A. D. 19.11.>> has flint at| cer- ,
ll'lcnte in mv office and, mode.
I was a visitor here Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Merrill of Mrs. O. H. Bennett spent the Dress !Tp In New plication for tax deed to IVMIIB. thereon ap-
I Keystone Heights were visitors to week-end In Jacksonville visitingher SPRING TROUSERSAll on uicordiinon emlirnren with the law followlnir Said veritlflfRle d*.. No Limit, One or a Million';

IL A. Wynn of Hampton Starke Friday afternoon.Mrs. Hon-in-law and daughter, Mr. |1.'rlll..1. l property Hltuatert. In Hi,'nili -
tiling relatives here Mon- and Mrs. Randolph Boree. Now ford County, Finrldn. In.wlt I I.tns
i k 4 of lilix'k 23. LIVingston Truby f'J'
Vonda Inman is spendingthis I $1.69$1.98Pure I|la ('onipiiny'M Hiihillvlnlon' of NorthI -

week in Perry in the interestof Rev. and Mrs. C. B. and I I ofatSaQuarter, TownHhlu Norlh-ICunt 6 Quarter Houth. JOE HARRKLL. JR., MGR, CRATE DEPT.LAWTEY : '
I
I Enza Blanchard of Lake the Woodmen Circle. children, and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee I Linen I 1 linn: "e M Himt.Tho 1

lis a visitor here Wednese and daughter Madge, COAT SUITS I under the KNM'said!.I.e".nl rpitlflvnte, of sold. lamed property wa vll
The W. C. T, U. meeting will be day afternoon In Very Dressy In the nil. me of l.lvlnirHton, Trubv el ; .

held on Friday afternoon at 3:30 Tues-I $3.95BATHING Co Unless .mild ceXIfU-nte shall be r.- I LOADING & SHIPPING CO. ; mi
W, Roberts of Lawtey, with Mrs. J. T. Quigley. Mrs. W. P. Archer of Key dnenied according to law, tax. deed
visitor here Mon- Is visit here with her will belts thereon. un Ilia, 18th day
business enjoying a Mulwingwear of ttey A. P 1915. ,
Mr. and Mrs. E. Ragsdale, of Atlanta brother and sUter-ln-luw, State's Pnted. thlM. Uth day of April, A. Lawtey, Florida
Ga., were guests Monday of Attorney and Mrs A. S. Crews. SUITSFor IK'1UJ5. A. J. THOMAS.
Underhlll of Plant City, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis. Lichen and Men' Cleric of flrcult Court i

i visitor to Starke Satur- 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hundley and Manhattan Trunk __, _. .$1.05 .IIi-ot-B-lT\Bradford County Klorlda.f ,*i
Mrs. W. B. Mundy Jr., and Miss daughters Misses Mildrod and ,
Dorothy Sapp were visitors to' Rivers of the State Farm, were 1'eler'n Shoes for the Entire Fam

E. Hazen and son, of Jacksonville last Thursday. i, visitors here Saturday afternoon Ily noiiffloM Shoes at, $3.50 for
were visitors here Thursp.Iiulcllne 1\1011. NASWORTHY'S
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ritch, spent Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright 1 You will enjoy shopping atSTERNBERG'S.- UIIOLHillAIN

--- the week-end in Gainesville' visiting and children of Jacksonville, were SUGAR! I IPTO (: r 'f
Hazen of BrookTkliitor her father, :T. B._Demaree. here Saturday afternoon visitingMr. T
here Monday after- and _Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, nb
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Lynn and little Sr. Starke FloridaThe f''

daughter, Shirley Jean, were 5 Lbs. GROCERY RICE

iMary!! Lee Wynn, was a vls- visitors to Lake City Sunday. Mrs. F. A. Moore and Mrs. Thel- Cradle Roll and beginner's: j FINE FOODS
Lake City Monday after- ----.- ma Steele and children of Gaines- Classes of the Baptist Sunday

Mr. and Mrs. J. G..Godwin and ville, were here Sunday attendingthe School, enjoyed an Canter egg Lbs.i ,
sons of the State Farm were visitors funeral of Mrs. A. J. Under- hunt at the Pastorlum ,Thursday I 25c SPECIAL PRICES ,

John Morgan of Brooker here Saturday afternoon. bill. afternoon at four o'clock. ,

}'Isltor here Monday afterE. ,. ( r *H* i i I FRIDAY & SATURDAY APR 19-20 22c
i I Th '?Juriloi* and Senior Classes M&&'. and Mrs. J. J. Canova and 1 r. and Mrs. T. F. Landru'mlnd I ,

:3t B. H. S. are enjoying a picnic at son John of Gainesville, were little daughter. Idell), have returned -
Eo E. Burney of Lawtey Kingsley Lake today (Friday). here Friday afternoon visiting' Mr from a visit in Inverness UlllTK PBAKL Large Lemons Dozen 15c
i ttor here Monday after- Canova's, mother, Mrs. E. E. Ca- with Mr. Landrum's parents, Mr. Tomatoes

Mrs H. C. Wimberly and Car- nova. and Mrs. J. A. Landrum. GRITS

son M.: Griff of Highland, were 3 No. 2 Cans BANANAS ,4. Ibs. 15c j
ad Mrs Eernlce Johnson visitors here :Monday afternoon. Misses Rosalind Jacobs and An- Tune In on "''JAevery Sunday I 8 Ibs. 25c V'l'
hitors to St. Augustine nie Mae Pearce, spent the week- afternoon at four o'clock and listen 25cMATCHES

The Junior B. Y. P. U. enjoyedan end In Lacoochee visiting Miss lu America's first Rhythm IF.LLOGO: CORN Sweet Potatoes, 10 Ibs. 15cFLAKES I ,
--- Easter egg hunt Thursday aft- Jacobs' sister Miss Miriam Jacobs Symphony Orchestrn MMchrll's

hd Jacksonville Mrs. Orle Wiggins Monday wereto at- ernoon-at the First Baptist-church Drug store. The REXALL, Store. r CAULIFLOWER/ lb. lOc f

Mrs. J. L. Briggs of Jacksonville Mrs A. O. Ludwig of Hernan- Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee 2 Pkgs. 15c

spent Tuesday in Starke visiting do. Street Dendy of Gainesville and daughters, Mary amlT'Madge,, 3 for 25c Onions. 2 Pounds 15c'' '
t M. Sparkman left Sun- her mother Mrs. M. E.. Edwards. and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Imbach, will spend Easter In DeLand visiting NAVY ,
a visit with relatives In spent Sunday at KingMey Lake Mrs. Brownlee's brotherinlawand +

I Mrs. Arthur Johns of Frost- the guests of Miss Myrtle Strick- sister, Col. and Mrs. J. E. E BEANSPound LETTUCE 2 Heads 13c f '

-- proof, is the guest of Mrs. ElIza- land. Flitch. CanCOFFEE
[l C Jones of Galnesvllla beth Johns and Mrs. L. A. Ren- _
Ibualness visitor to Starke nolds. Mr. and Mrs. Van H. Priest of Mr.. and, Mrs T. E. Duncan of 5c Apples (Eating) Doz. 25c ;' .
Madison were visitors 'to Starke Gainesville were in Starke Sunday

Mrs. L. A. Davis returned Sunday Friday afternon. Mr. Priest Is owner visiting Mrs Duncan's brother and
', H. Lawrence of Keystone from Orlando where she attended of the local Priest 5 and 10c aiater-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. K. O. 1 1i

a was, a visitor here Friday U. D. C.an executive! meeting of the store. Avenue Duncan, at their home on Temple POTATOES sH 10 Lbs 12c i if.

Rev. B. M. Montgomery return

pJ Mrs B. J. Alderman, of Mr; and Mrs. Tommy Lane ofGainesville ed Monday from Jacksonville Mrs. S. M Johnson un I daughter BELL BROOKFIELD Picnic i Hama Easter, 22c i'
were visitors here TueaIraoon. spent Sunday herewith where he spent a week assisting In Miss Frances, of t .ft envy Ga.
Mrs. Lane's mother Mrs. P. a meeting at Epperson Memorial will arrive Friday for a visit with BUT I CHEESE srib '
T E R
E Canof Keystone J. Pearce.- church. Mrs.n-Uw Johnson's Mr. and son and Mrs,daughter-Dernico Fla. CHUCK 17c '

\ I\'SH a visitor here Thurs- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carpenter Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Smith have Johnson. Pound 35c Pound 23c
(soon ind daughter of Jacksonville, were as their guest for the Strawberry Western Pork Chops, Lb. 25c

visiting relatives here during the Festival and Easter, their daughter Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkluii ''OLDEN AGEMACARONI

Dolly Dinkins of Lawtey, week-end. Mrs. F. W. Varnadoe, of Sa- wont to Fort Pierce Sunday where PORK .
lb. '
lUng friends here Thurs- vannah.Mr. Judge Adklns held court on M n. MIL SAUSAGE 20 ,
,
roocn. Preston L. Pitts of Gainesville, day and Tuesday. Before returnIng -- ;

-- was In Statke Sunday afternoon and Mrs. Twyman Marshall home they wilt also*visit In 3 Cans lOc Lon; Horn Cheese, Lb. 25c '
N Mr. D. E. Knight and visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. of Jacksonville were here Sun. Luke Worth and Miami. Pk 5c

I"V nvuie Knight spent Thursday- H. Pitts. ___________ grandparents day visiting, Mr.Mrs.and Mrs Marshall's, R. M. Mrs.-M. A.--Halt-.---of ,I-Surrfncy. BEST1UHTE :; T PLATE FJa"ROUr" D STEAK Ib25c t

firstof
** Mrs. S. T. Dell of Gainesville, Sparkman. Georgia, was, in Starke the

'ago spending jr, of the Jacksonville past two was sisters in, Starke Mesdames Monday W. L.visiting Wall andJ. her Frow Strickland a student at daughter-in-law list week visiting Mr. and her Mrs.son and W B A CON BACON 'Fla. Pork Chops, Lb. 22c

>re with big grandparents. Stetson University DeLand is H. Hart at their home on Church I
Wilson.
[Mrs. W. H. Strut E. spending the Easter holidays herewith Street, enroute to Tampa for a
Pound 20c PORK{
Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy with Mrs. his parents Mr. and !Mrs.! A. visit with relatives. Pound 16c SIIOllLDERS. Jb 17 ; 1

ItT J A Harold Gertner of Gainesville I S. Strickland.. and Mrs. John E. iMaines s
with friends In --- -- -- -- Dr. FINEST
WORD spent Jacksonville Thursday Mrs. Roxie Amerson has returned Jr., of Gainesville, are announcing I 4 Ibs. SOc

to her home in Lake City aftera the arrival of a eon John E. COMPOUND f

OLUMN E. J. Roberts, of Lawtey, was in I two week's visit here with her Malnes, III Wednesday April 10, Lard 121

NT Starke Tuesday visiting his son-in- son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and at the Alachua County Hospital. C
"" room Furnished J. I Dr. and Mrs. Maines have a host Pound
and 5 room unfurnished law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. Q. Lynn. of friends here who will be pleased SIbs. 99c

ee J. W, Morgan W. Andrews. I Mrs. K. W. Parks and little son to offer congratulation. /
._

NC::10 Stationery; SUO CARDS for, 100.Mono-100 any sheets size! Wimberly week-end Mrs. W.In who M.Miami Wimberly Is located visiting spent there) Mr.the for her Ocala have parents returned after spending Mr.to and their a Mrs.while home M.with D.Cart..r In. Starke Gainesville The -following spent-attending the young week-end the ladles-Frater-from In Sugar Corn, No. 2 can 12c Sugar Peas, No. 2 can 12c a


envelopes> several weeks. at Lawtey. t s
elegraph 275.: Bradford ___ nity House Parties: Miss Lois Ad-
Phone 29. tf.I '- of Lawtey. spent Miss Beatrice Cady of Jackson- kinK a student at the State Colega -
SeWing '""" E. J. Roberts with her mother for Women was a guest of TablePeachesNo.2117cBartlelt Veg. Toma Soup 5cSwift's
Machines. Be- last week In Starke with his' son- ville, spent Sunday or can l
all Miss Martha ,
and -
U"4ot machines and in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs.: and sister Mrs. F. B. Cady and Alpha Tau Omega
L. ". Hemingway J. W. Andrews. Miss Beverly Cidy: at their home Powell and: Miss Lena Belle

12-2tp at Kingsley Lake. Shepard Epsilon.were guests' of Stoma. Alpha Pears No 2 15 5 for .l lOcIIALLARIVS

SUPPLIES:'Typewrlt- Mrs. A. F. Sauls and daughter, i Jr.. _._4- can Soap,
Miss Louise Snyder and Joe Edwards Mr and Mrs. \V. W. Page --- -0- ,
ado.llng machine ribbons, announcingthe Mr. and Mrs" L. A. Davis will
visitors to Jacksonville of Jacksonville are I
aper. Jr., were
tyPeWTlter paper Martin Struth.' have as guests Wednesday and! !' OK AMERICAN BEAUTY:
lllaehine Friday. arrival of a lon 6 LD8. 12 LBS. 24 LBS.FLO
paper second on Sunday, April 14. at St. Luke's Thursday Mrs. R. E. Oliver President
Bale
at the Bradford Florida, Division >.Unlted
Te1erraph; J. P. Warren, who has been connected I Hospital Jacksonville.Mrs. .
Office. -Phone-- with the S. R.. Johns Grocery Daughters of the Confederacy; RISING25c45c87c
tf for sometime bas. recently accepted W .T. Brinson of VaW wta. Mrs. T, O. Drown, vice president,
Furnished a position at the State Ga.. arrived Thursday to attend Orlando; Mrs. F. E. Ezell of Leesburg. -
th apart. Festival'and to Chairman Lee Memorial;
Private ktb. Farm and he and Mrs. Warren expect the Strawberry
Garage .
Scott, Pbo e 84. Stark. to move there In the near fu-I spend Easter with her parents. Mr. I Mrs.,Marlon D. Walker No.vjce-pren-4. f.I f.
and Mrs. R.'V. Turner. Ident Brigade District ,
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'rEI.F.ileA.iI'I'AUKE/ ,, Kt>OKII)A -_ u
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'1RI) un
ID
putt IN CIIIFU5Y llth day pf M,,,,
DAMAGE
__ I
,. rArl: srx HonorrtUln A. S. 1111
" buUdingsincluding the Twenty Sixth' lrl,.
Lower 1 -S CIIIPLEY Several c.f Florida: In i'L Ice I",
Mi Interest Furniture therein I 4e'1unt
ng.Y n rD7lan..dfA. A) r54t the Chavers pending w
p ?.d'a.sl.Aee..rer New Loan I Theatre and a widow IhatnyId
Vista
i On Store, the Nara W1. 1Iaye., nUb) ila isHmlth
-- I NEWS a millinery store, were burned hereIn as l"IUhlol| aYiJ'd

Julian II. Scarborough, pres t LIVE STATE a fire which kept firemen fror tlon.County Mamlu Hank. onff, IL'' IIIf .::,

FARMERS SECTIONConducted I Il dent of the Federal Land Bank of this city Marianna and Bonifa; trlx of estate of Ki >lrlrli"HI. 'ednhh! %
.
,
Parker, '
a wl | ,
the' last Satin < ,
of hours Ii. .
Columbia and general agent of Florida in Short Paragraphs busy for three ware Company, adefemlantH. rpuralgtspecial .
News
of Cc- ; Blackburn owner at' i ,,
Orrte th
Credit Administration 2 day. 'l.r.l.....
Farm ...
by Demonstration Agents has announced that effet- the buildings, said the loss was between master, Will|]| I I!: Im! I
the m
I lumbta, highest and li"n ''lcld., ,
tlve April 10, the interest rate on __ .. 03 $15,000 and $20,000, parti South Starke,door Hradtard of tho "'Court t ( kq''
made through nation --- covered by Insurance. The cane '1I1I1y P
new loans -,1iiiIit" on Monday the sixth

--........... I farm loan ossaclatlona had been SPIKES RUMORSTALLAHASSEm of the fire was not determined. sale D. 19:111.. :for durlnM'the th, ,t1x iala..
-- """' BURN pUI'I''H II N'r'
one-fourth
percent
:: DOCKS
and -
four FISH .
to
reduced Go v er nor -- said final deeree, Iln ;
and on loans made directly by CEDAR KEY-Fire of undeter valued a t crlhed lands, 'rotloa hH
con- material
said at a press Music study
recently fnrS, $
HousewivesWeekly Sholtz Bradford
Hints To bank to four and three-fourth mined origin., raged on the fist Stat county. To.:
RURAL the ference: "You can bet on two $2,500 has been given Florida The SouthweHt ,?80un
cent. dock at Cedar Key early Sunday the Came quarter of Sort quarter 1HO .
per "There won't be a special College for Women by III I
things: an undivided
SENSE
COMMON l' Home Demonstrate Is the second interest reduc morning, devouring four fist and I'n Seven (7), In one-hmf Inl
from This station and session of the Legislature gie Corporation. pot bloi' 'k 10:1.:| ."
oil
I bank recently houses a gas and take LlvlngHton-Trubv
made by the to Cons
Tallahassee tion Washington
SPUDS JOHNSON Uon Specialists, not going to addition to town ,,f S"wi..
By loan two boats. It
rate on new said rumor
the Interest any job there. He According to an educational ex tlon Twenty Klght 12b.U
loan assoclatlona .. in Township Nix (fl)
national farm that SOUIb,
OF FOOD IN TilE HOME through from had gained circulation again pert, the average boy changes nil: Twenty Two (22) Kant f
AGENTSGAL. CARE reduced
COUNTY FARM having been MRS. COHEN DIES he might call a special session and vocation four times before the age< D. E. K Mi;lit..

., CONFIDENCE AND labor or money or Five to four one-half per cent on JACKSONVILLE- Mrs. Hattie that he would resign as Governor of twenty. "BpecietW
GROW IN USEFULNESS Food costs Scarborough pointed of Cohen A. S. CREWS,
should receive April I, Mr. E. Cohen president this Summer to accept some ap-
it Solicitor ror
and lotnplulnnn
both; therefore out. The Interest rate of four Brothers, large department store Washington NOTICHJ OF* APPLICATIONPOIl 4.5St5.3.Cctcith\ .
best of care in the home. More- polntment TAX I>KKINOTICR : >
agriculture the lowest,
rapidly-changing is the ,
A is necessary to ne-fourth per cent here, died early Saturday uf a W HKUKIIV GIVEN
during the past two decades has over clean food the he said, at which Federal lam heart attack. --.- That T. J. Alderman. holder of TatCertificate
health and well-being. Some of made loans due- LOSES $100,000 NECKLACE Mo. 814 Fifth., day of'
caused the county agent to rise most Important kinds are highly bunks have ever his PALM BEACH-An advertisement September, A I). 1932, ban tile
where ho walt once ng the eighteen years of their WEST Haiti certificate In my office I ant
from the place perishable and require careful i DIES AT BlUOOEJACKSONVILLEMrs. appearing in newspapers mode application fur tax deed tIftHue <
the object of much good-natflred ory.: DeLeon offered $5,000reward tlutreun In acroidance wit
rank of the most handling. rate on Land Bank here Saturday .Inw. Haiti certificate embraces the
to the Interest
raillery Food must be safeguarded from The Page Cheatharu, 60 of Jacksonville for the return of a neck- following ileHorlhad property Hltu"t-
which an
important public servant In man: and Commissioner loans attack Friday lost by In Bradford County, Florida to-
spoilage by bacteria, yeasts, second died of a heart lace said to have been 10,1 One-half of Southeast
first or aunt
ivlti
communities.Dirt produced by nude on either she played In a bridge F. Kenny, wife of a HoutlieflHt Quarter of
mold, by changes will remain al t night ,as ( Mrs. William Quarter i>f
farmers told him when he mortgage security ahead and play. report action Twenty, Townehlp fever !
heat and cold, light and loss or I tournament? )'"Co New York contractor A Kaat
stepped out of agricultural college absorption of moistureby Insects five per cent. per. annum. I hava you set two tricks," she told made to police said the necklace luuth containing Han len'fmr-, more;
-
that one --
twenty years ago, and by animal -- $100,000, >r loss
1 household pests valued at approximately
nn:: of nalJ' property
books HHHeMNrnwnt
couldn't farm by studying parasites. Tho following are gen Mew State Park pled was lost by Mrs. Kenny while she u ml 1;i.o or the' Bald certificate Untied: was

on farming. ral rules for checking cr prevent To Be Near Here _;w:__. -- was shopping at Palm Beach. In Unions the name said of ceititlcate J. A. Klllabi-ew.shall lie rale -

Times and conditions havi e lug food rpollage In the home: NUDISTS !SEEK' TRACT ..moil according to law, tax does
changed.; They laughed at the< bo kept clean;; Misouit RL\RRV vlll |<'HU" thereon on the 4th., il.iyif
should OLDSTERS
All foods Construction of a State Park bo- ARCADIA-Wanted- by a MORE May A. U. IIJG.l .
;f county agent twenty yours ago that Is, protected from visible dirt Heights and Penney nudist colony--a large tract ST. PETERSBURG-For the >nt.. for
office
Today, they flock to his Insectsand ween Keystone matri- II. I'I'IBOFFICIAL.(" K '
,
and from contamination by Farms, near enough for these of land for colonization, provldeit second time within a week ( STCAt)
advice on every subject. carriers of dangeroui! Data reduced the membership A. J. THOMAS,
other of of Etarke and Bro4-! Is remote from prying eyes. mony has Court, : r ii
Increased people of Circuit bdt
duties Clerk
Tho county agent's ro-orgfinlHma. Most kinds bas received aev- three-quarter-century club, 10.. tattoo i
ard County, was approved by the Foster of Arcadia of tho Bradford County, 1> 101<
steadily In number during should also be kept cool.! Dry 'lorlda Board of Forestry at a recent rat inquiries from the colony. Ha composed of bachelors of seventy- -5-St-6-3 .j.oUrtaoyee 11r

the years up to the inauguration and foods, such as crackers, need to ba : meeting.The eplied the only land for Bale was five years or more, and cut Into NOMtM OF MASTKH't BALM
uf the present administration from absorbing moisture team. Thomas IH hereby given that under,
prevented beauty spot will bo .oo close to neighbors. the club's ball N"tlre I : Vinalicr
lie became more and more Important and succulent foods, such as new as the Gold Head Branch otandeven, 85: of East Aurora, N. 8 I nd" .by' a of virtue foreclosure of that certain made on the
Then, flown -
us a public servant. rest vegetables, from losing it. and officials have ex- Y., and Agnes Sykes 63 Elmira, -- -
of the Agricultural tate Park CENT BANK:
with the establishment Administration Milk, fresh meat, poultry, fish, reused themselves f>s being delighted TALLAHASSEE IS PElt O o v e r nor N. Y., were married by President v- "...Io. ..

( Adjustment fresh fruits and vegetables natural I R. p'. Shultz. Only last week an-
1033 the county agent and many with the great Dave Sholtz recently said a p ychlatrlst. I I'm a shadow of my
;
la hardest should bo kept at a temperature -I''beanty and possibilities of the eitn. showed that other player, George Yesberger, 73, I'm as plump as:
the report
found and moat himself rouponolble facing. ttwk: that hadover of CO d<>g. Ii'. or preferably For the post month a preliminary eighteen percent_ of the patientsat capped a life long Mitchell romance 69.by former selfl Feather by everl J.& P. COATS
growthof E. ,
order to check the the Esther
in examining marrying
less has been
Immediately staff at Cliattaaoochce -
-
confronted him. the sUite hospital feather I'm sifting .away
souringand thread
that cause ar- -- best 6-cord
.organisms and making necessary because -
there
he becumo.the most Important area did not belong
AID
In the rural community, decay. ingemcnta and plans for its cloelopment. they were suffering from ohl] ELIGIBLE FOR citrus holds my feathers inI '
parson and
All fruits and vegetables that The park will be developed I TAMPA-Farmers
United not Insanity.
and
He was delegated by the are to be eaten raw should be thor- along naturalistic lines under age i growers whose crops were damaged -

States. Department of Agricultureand oughly washed, for even though the direction of the Florida by the December freeze in Florida

the State Agricultural Extension they look clean, dangerous bacterIa Forest Service in cooperation with FACULTY SHAKE-UP will be eligible for direct relief

Service to educate the farmer may cling to skins or leaves. As the Natloal Park Service by means DeLAND-Pres. W. S. Allen of under new FERA funds made
its
uu the AAA program and all a rule, uncooked meats of any kind of! a CCC camp which will be located Stetson university Friday announced available last week through en-
actual
ramifications, to be the should not be eaten. Smoking on the property within a the appointment of a new dean actment of the Public Works Act
contact man fur the AAA, and to and addition of eight professors to Peterson announcedIn
his meat does not kill parasites. very abort time.REQUENT Congressman
In
superintend Its operations Left-over cooked foods should be the faculty. Three of the appointees Washington. Congressman Pe-

community, cold and covered, used CLEANING will come from Baylor university -I terson said that farmers and grow .

He had to draw up and check promptly kept especially in warm weather OF STABLES REDUCES Waco Texas, of which Dr. ers unable to obtain loans from A'_.

contracta the coin-hog program heated thoroughly SUMMER FLY HORDES Allen was formerly dean. the Farm Credit Administration
if possible, :
and
the cotton reduction program before being served again. -- ..-.. will be aided with FERA funds in \ h___

the tobacco leJuctlon program Dangerous poisons sometimes develop GAINESVILLE The common TOMATO HARVESTINGFORT rehabilitating their farms and

and other programs advisedlurmeis included In such foods without making housefly is a particularly irksome PIERCE- Harvesting ofSt. groves
tu tile AAA vet-up. He ---- JUST _
months -
noticeable changes in taste or pest In the hot summer Lucie County's Spring tomato
on how they could obtain muchto To frosting a smooth, glossy ANY
do give
farmers can latter
Florida the
IIme l.Fats. but is to get under way,
Administration crop Rd.44
Credit
Farm frosted '
loans from the the 'S
put
in keeping appearance THREAD
and fat foods, such as nut help themselves part of the week. The Ideal HoldIng -
and other lending for few seconds -
following cake >tn a warm oven a pt1
numbers by s
should beept down his owners of 600 acres ?
Company
aguicles; often he represented theImdlng meats and chocolate ,. Watson Florida taking care not to let the
J. R. oil
and in covered, lightproof the advice of of tomatoes, expects to ship two
1 well the furiiu. cool will
as us hot that it run.
agency Station entomologist frosting get so
containers to prevent their Experiment three cara this week several cars

r.Almost: turning rancid. next week, and the following week -
overnight he had to assume be stored' The Ideal breeding place for fliesIs to be operating at full capacity.
and cake should
Bread
of bookkeeper pile,
the responsibilities the stable and the manure
statistician, student of flQ'UIC" In a covered box or dish which Is Mr. Watson: If the farmer .--

and markets, and Interpreter scalded frequently so that molds will says clean out his stables and lots DROWNS DURING TEST -1

\>i (wJtrflt policies as they pertainto can not develop. frequently and thoroughly dltrl- I JACKSONVILLE-William Ep-

agrlcultuie Flour sugar, Cereals, and other bute the manure in his fields, the pea. 14, of Jacksonville, was
dry groceries should be kept dry be reduced.The drowned during a test swim at the avewith
where diversification number of flies may
Florida, household
and protected from Scout near Orange
of the Boy camp
compared hot sun kills the eggs
lidS reached Its peak all Park. Apparently seized with

with other states, has fortythreecounty gent in most other states. flies, he explains. _. cramps, he cried for help and sank.:
and their duties are The county agent also is the -
and
d agents, ADJUSTMENT Other Scouts swam to the spot
A, probably more exactly than thoieof chief source of Information forarmrrs TOBACCO CONTRACTS MODIFIED recovered 'the body ten minutes

simllir' workers elsewhere. A on personal as well as ag- later. Their efforts at resuscitation -
In Florida must be cultural matters. All told the -
county agent TN'W-'IVILLE-ModlflcaUon_ ____ in were unsuccessful.
efficient servant of n A _
and Is an nu' .
laraillur with more crop agent contractshave -_ .-
plowing conditions than a county ,agriculture. the tobacco adjustment unlimited FATAL SCREAM
-
been made to permit a newChevrolet
Lillian
Mrs. -
PETERSBURG-
5 production of corn on the rented' ST.

acres, according to word received Sing\eton, 51, Is dead here
when
suffered
from Washington by the State from a heart attack

Agricultural Extension Service. her daughter, a cripple screamed(

The Secretary of Agriculture has with pain, after falling on a boat
The daughter, Mrs. Robert
rule. that the provision limitingthe pier.
tctal acreage In crops shall oe Speakman', waa being carried by

Inoperative la 1033 and that the her husband to a boat for a pleasure -

ride, when the latter stum-
provisions limiting the productionof
crops and livestock designatedas bled, falling heavily. Hearing' her

**TMa&w F3?* from a nearby
only to cotton tobacco, peanutsmd ran
lapsed on the lawn, dying within a
wheat. ,
half of the rented few minutes
Last only
year
_...
acres could bo used In growth: :: -
HOLT LEADS STRIKE .
food and feed crops
WINTER PARK--Led by Presi-
---
> EFFORTS MADE dent Hamilton Holt, staunch adv
f RENEWED
tWGW- at-
7 4 i"Mot.. a FLORIDA'S cats of the League of
RESTORE
TO LONG STAPLE COTTON I students ;and\ faculty of NaUOlla\'\ $465

t t'ncso GAINESVILLE- final effort lege joined In a short and
strike"
;. hi being planned for assisting Flor- conducted "peace
k; FAMOUSP.3AGAZ5HES Ida farmers In their endeavors to: estimated at least half of his student -

e-cstablish the once profitable Sea body/ of 400 marched from the
to"-a nearby lake shore
cotton IndustryIn campus
stand long staple
II andS ssS this state A proposal to ask:: where ho made one of a number

the State Lcgirlaturo to paia! an of peechea denouncing war "We You have Chevrolet quality performance and econoi
THIS NEWSPAPER act enabling the State Plant Boardto are headMstralght for anotherwar can new ,

in Florida ," he Declared. "A united youth STANDA
cotton arena:
rai ONE FULL YEAR tills.i ,establish on petition of at least sixty percent could prevent"it. You" do not real- in any one of the eleven Chevrolet models. .NEW

m of the farmers In the affected ise your'own power.

viiSi area, was unanimously approved year and to permit no cotton to he and MASTER DE LUXE. each a remarkable value at its F
i, a of number of
a
meeting
at a off .
In this area on years.No '
McCALL'S MAGAZINE. ,I Yr. 8 Woman' World ........1 Yr. leading cotton farmers here this grown shorn staple cotton would be Get a real quality motor car this big, beautiful, desirable motor car ll""*
.. ..1 Yr, Household Magazine. .,.1 y,. t1 j1 *"
Pictorial Rtvitw ... afternoon.The In the area while the plan la Fisher bo liei)
.-.1 Y,. grown the world's All of them have smart
MYSTkRY D.uctiv.l, .,lYr.CoMc 0 Capper Farmer plan aa outlined by Dr. spring. And get it at
.....2Y.. in effect In this way It is hopc1to Martyr"four
Farmer
,. a Protrtfih
Ct'Jent.) y and improved
Hrns, ) Gr cl'mmlsslon-I than Chevrolet's new
.LJ HOME MAGAZINE .....IVr.Spoli 0 Homa Cirtle .. ........1 Yr.Illuilrarad Wllmon Newell plant circumvent the ravages of the lowest prim Cor'any motor car having more "
[U) Allots ..........1 Yr. 0 Machamct ...1 I Yr.r er for the State Plant Board, is to cotton boll weevil and to maintain cylinders! Buy a new Chevrolet. Chevrolet Flame engine' AH give the finest pt'tf,

"p: lJ NCW MOVIE .. ... ..1 Yr.PitSlmJor 0 Th. Farm lournal .. ...I Yr.The permit the production of long staple purity 01long' staple varieties. offer choice of eleven models. with and greatest operating economy that Clan I
(J (W""kU) ,...1 y,. 0 Country H".I" cotton in any area every otherpests. For Sea Island cot- you jour
years
lJ TOWER RADIO ..,....1 Yr. [1 Mother's Ham. tlfe..lYr. many In Florida Hat prire of $165 to $:);)0 for the New Standard has ever' offered the American public n(1
ton an Important crop
r.J Good Stories. ........1 Yr.SHENADt U SoulKern "lIrk.It..l. Tea. coffee and was and South Carolina. Chevrolet.and $360; to$675 for the new !Master, information about these 1935 cars;
1' Georgia
L1 : (Rominct) ,1 I Yr. C."II.woman MsgazIn.,1Yr.'l hold their flavor best In --I
't ; n Oran Road lBoy'I..2 Yn.N Suectnhil Fa..I".1 Yr. containers. This state produced an average of Ie Luxe Chevrolet, at Flint, Mich. And what with a new Chevrolet.

i.; I.i: c
Ctttck lHngiat thus (a) dry closet or storeroom. Thosein 1 Income ranging around two u Comparm C CrWrW.4 low Jelireredprke. and mazy C.Mwl.C. Irrnu. A General Motor Valuf
2 Magaiats thus (*) glass jars should be shielded three million dollars annually.

........... ..............................., from the light to prevent possible Since 1919 the Industry has waned LOW CO
Sit MOWS 4 fading. I until now less thnn 100 bales arcprothjcett.aonu.iUy CHOOSE CHEVROLET FOR QUALITY AT

II MAIL THIS COUPON I Under household conditions' the in the United

,_ ,_ I O>*ck .lh.ihi*. ..."..1.... ...bad and nron Ul wlih' refrigerator Is oftentimes the beets State, most'of that In ITlorKI *AND Y/ IJs price of Nw Standard Reed,,., ., lent .'.ell., Jded. WrtS

} I you* erdwr. flu .ul ..._earslunr.L' I means of keeping food cool. Choose I Tare: seed has been malntiin .......,..... .JKU-,,ir,and lir.rack>/M Hil prim I,Wee additional. Print quoted I n

I lone with well-Insulated wall, put by the United: Stater Departmentof rll..." _,.......,,,"r.nt at Filet Mlch-.and ors,u Hct ..chant vtthout -.....
0..1....... I s.....100. 4ID '_ __ N.u. awdli clean Ice and clean food 'n Agriculture by growing the crop
...... BuiqaHlnubwripOoa eh..k.dwith a ,.... I only .
.h. I
I M your m*........... I clean containers Into It. and keepIt on Islands off the coast of outh oaks. aoK"

I I, I clean by daily practice of genuine I Carolina Beginning with last

MAMS iieatnnsa. year the department abandoned its

apt Adequate storage places and I seed maintenance. The Florida Experiment Torode Chevrolet Co
yr nan OB s ja>._ i
containers make for economy and Station has planted 20

TOWN AllO iTTl.. safety in handling iced In that I I acres this year for seed increase,

.. J I.however. STARKE. FLORIDA
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DIRKCTOUVCIIUHCH f BEHIND L ,1 F P iW' "O 8lllfe' \\fS fit!'I'Iu1'IE 'I'I\\ :; I- :

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,
..t D'iiST Bible Told in Pictures Ili..! tf,1 ."
of the
; The J
I'rlt'l'. lallt"ry Story .. 1! I.
p, .., t ,'
L,y c.gfhooi, 10 o'clock a. m. I IIng the I .,' .,. Jt ;." i IfkJ fJ8liiJE '1 1( ((4Ic :" 4f 1"

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' iupt THim.i.n., -r a.. 1 I
Adapted byBSAiniCE ,
;IOl1t,.. .nlp 11 a. 111. I I 1'nt* rnpltnl N I' '- -- FABER 4f,':t.t.i \, .;

U WorshiP'1 It{> p Bl.prayer 8 .p. IXI. =. El I : I (!...Yf4... '- :;,-I%55" M.t.o.GoIQ"'l'a-M.Ironth.' Piolur* tl I "' i t;

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log cetiflg. Wednes- nr OSCAR jonviio'v I greeting them affably. Most of tho ,I' *:; I
'
1'ellChers S \
sid KKTVATSON: : I I JaniOH Branch old acquaintances. They -t
IflveclC II I 8NVOPSISI' men were '
30 p service Wed. I __ forceful iiiunnglng editor bailed him cordially. I; ,
young ., 'I
.-H X'( rd him Dick." Branch nodded t*> f' -
tn, TALLAHASSEE Our predicj j of the Ne\v "Hello, "
SP -
'! Nuncott "How are Lane't"
fired Sharon each In turn. you '
just
Church tlon, prior to the convening of the t' : -
studiedcarelessness. ,
with !
1f'thO'UII' from hto. paper because ho r He spoke to Bannister .

15 M :Montgomery pastor. legislature was that not liquor I I I II swtta her liiMoK-nce. Though! ] "Oh, hello Clad to t: t \ -

i.v School10 a- m control pensions schools, sales] | I ..ih. has both wealth and nmlalponltloii. see" \ou.' Bannister looked. at New'I him .\'I ,: $i>

'. worship-" a. rnagUe6:45 tax, but the Recovery Act which 'I Mho wishes to 1o blankly.] "I'm Branch-of the rf, ::

Ing : p. m. would give legislators] the real I nrwupitprrork.. Now. ut hilt Record. Met you lust year in the ;

'rUt p. m. Mu ... picked up before the Gridiron dinner r: .:
WQrshlp-1S0 headaches That prediction was -' I Words. she hu Junt i lobby just :.
all these serv- I s 'el, i and alimtl It at 1 :I ; .: ,
P invited to( well Justified. First proof came ( :l -- .e a pnMr-knlfo t

In the flood of telegrams from Independent i j .k him. "I'm"sorry I seem to have forgotten i r:. ; ;I, 'i

be1, __ .
merchants (said to -
.
rrf'Mh)t'rlnn Church 25,000, In number) demanding I ) '\ MAN IN THE 1)1I'Chapter { "Oh that's all rl ;ht," Branch dii., -l!:1-. ,
'
L'corga I H. Lowry. Minister support of the Flor'da] RecoveryAct t missed It breezily but deliberatelyplanted ] 1'
e- Two where he was. I If "
School. ]
himself
n a, m Sabbath!: which. If passed, would Bound ; ,, i''i rememberedthe -' I.

u I A M. Morning Worship; the death knell of chain: store 01'I* jr .'- "Well at ]least you don't frighten B ann i s t er suddenly l thlila fl ( '
"Pnrdon mo-
pastor eratlon In this state provided, of\* adniittel with formalities.
b) the -'i- easily, Sharon "
p in junior Christian En. course, that it was held constitutional I : 'ie' ; : grudging admiration as. she put MIss Noncott-affected Mr.complete Branch sur- -' I -

That maneuver alone jarred I down the knife (and looked at Branch before '

Evening Worship. Immensely] But an even more (( Branch who had not moved a .l>ilo... "How do you do? But
w
/ ____ further c I'
p. _
_____ could anything
he
say
effective Jar was to be seen In the : -' _ ._ 4_. muscle. "I WOK just going to( slap]' him ,.

lrt (irIsl Ian Church personal appearance of several 'I-tIl. S/ / ., you across, the fuco with the flat Lane had here addressed Branch, you know : l
"Look ,
.: !
Pastor
\V. T. Mcdulre, hundred merchants and influential side of It anyhow. I:

School, 10 a. m. citizens of the sixty-seven \ ;,_ 'il ? Brunch bowed Icily. Moving to. everything. Branch nodded In ( ', -

a..munlon, 11 a. m. counties last Thursday to color ) ward the door Sharon turned for a "Pretty near. i -

,tlan Endeavor. 7pm. the Individual legislators.] Most 4 4j1JjJj-I parting shot. "Really, with your. agreement stepped In. "Lane la bet'l'' l'I I ,

Wednesday 7:30: FRA went home for theweekend __- 'appreciation of music" she!:! taunted Dick
meeting sponsors ;: that Cornell hold the f
determined that they : ) him "one of these days you ting me Poughkeepsle. I '4l i I'

{chlng Second Sunday 11 a. would be back Tuesday In far I : :( S ought to run a four column] cut of course record Columbia.at -l 1'I3annister

8 p. In.WOOD greater number to attend the first \ U I a bathing beauty astride a big say it was here stroked the crew i

-- public hearing on the proposed bill, !i r'I bass horn You owe It to your holds the record. Why : t-
that rvally
\PTIST CHURCH before the combined judiciary public." Ey
com-\\ would touch them, to at asknu. when you can have experttestimony
Pastor also infants that lie Branch suddenly] snapped I
of house and Him
the
O. Hemingway mittees ). Children. "And they brought unto smiled pleasantlyat
.1. He
Bible Christ BU...> Use and said. Suffer little ? Four columns ?
unto Him "Get that Cap
k-lces- every Sunday. Most members of the assembly but when Ills disciple. saw it, they rebuked them. But Jesus called them Verily I say unto you tention. Horn of BanniHter. ""'mt tell them what
Wore of God. all. Title 'The
j JO:15 a. m. Morning who are lawyers, express privatelythe hildren to come unto Me and forbid them not I for of such Is the kingdom wise enter therein.-Luke 18 over" nodded to Sharon. the record Is Bannlwter., \
shall in no He
Worship, child
|ll a. m. Evening opinion that the FRA project Vhosoever shall not receive the kingdom of God as a little This illustration I. from Merlaa'. Plenty' Mr. Branch BuimUter smiled deprecatingly. '
13-16. that
and In Mark 10: "Tell the cashier "
13-15 -
mintL. is unconstitutional in Its present 5-17.. We find the same in Matthew 10: dollar cash "They'd think I wan. exaggerating. ,

BVITIST CHURCH form, because confiscatory and a .tory of the Bible in pictures, engraved in 1825-1830. says to give the you best a five suggestion of "I can .nee you'ie not a newspaper .
for
bonus There ., ,
P_tor denial of the rights of democracy -I- I man" Branch observed. -
icv. L.A. Oonnley to make IIKLP FOIl FIRST OFFENDER the week. Good-day. lie turned to
Jvicea every first Sunday.day guaranteed under the constitution. ment, will probably report unfav Stewart of Hendry wants Sharon hastily] slid} through the was a general] laugh. -

School. 2:30 p. m. That falls to register however, orably.] It legal for the state to conduct a An tXl'erhllent In the sepuiatlo. door. Sharon "When you come to work. --

Services with the rank and file of members lottery If the emergency ever pro- of convicts from older men his proofs. In the morning, drop Into my office.
and Prayer
lie young Branch picked up ,
Study I as well as the rank and file of Independent Rents Itself. He thinks the people] inaugurated that I have a special 1 story for yo-i
been on
I Saturday night. I merchants. They have AN ATTEMPT will be made to ought to have a chance to express In the prison system has "Cap, put some right reporters away. If tint: to work on." t; F

I been advised otherwise by FRA do away with the "theft proof" themselves on the subject. How by the Florida prison Patterson bieuku story and I haven't got "Oh, are you working on hi*

counsel. They want the RecoveryAct automobile tag in the name of he expects to circumvent nation. department with the establishment divorce telephone rang. newspaper, Sharon T" Lane asked. .
that storyIlls
and its drastic provisions and that al laws forbidding ]lotteries. Is not of a special prlHon camp for youn ...................' -_. OIJ'tl.' : II!

)B JONES nothing ]eas. Chain store ownerships economy, proponents feeling Indicated. white men at the state hospital

l the heavy expense does not justify far mitt Ohattahooehee. Forty.
sit complacently by, appar- -.--' -' '

\\mments On hereAnd ently indifferent to the passage of I on the record of continued duplications KE.XSON L'ENUI.EtSTIN; five first offe-nders whoso stntencen -
to
confident thatit of lost or stolen tags by range from one year
the act, completely
\ Department, Representative Funeral services were hcM] at were transferred recently -
1ereafter'J Is i unconstitutional], that it will the Tag twenty years

be thrown out of court once attack. Kelley: of Nassau, has Intro Long Branch Cemetery" Friday aft from the state prison to th,

United States to. ed. duced a bill making It possible] for rrnoon at two o'clock for Reason hospital camp. There they will b!

.re> Is In the residents of the District of Columbia ] L'Engle] Austin, who died at his assigned to tegular farm work sail"

very unique old minister Suspicion is, however that the I who are Floridians, and those home In Jacksonville Thursday provided with gray uniforms instead .

an Bud Robinson who be- Recovery Act might merely best be an be similarly situated by reason of out- after a short Illness Interment of the usual striped outfit

the holiness group of rain- instrumentality that can If of-state employment to vote in was made In the family plot. In addition to this move, the prison
|to .
used In arousing the enthusiasm. Mnxvllle nil offenders
Nassau at transferred
The born
He Is such a unique and primary elections] Mr. Austin was 'bureau hag also _
I character all ministers, not indignation, of independent solon Is also having drafted a bill moving to Jacksonville several twenty-one years of age

idlesa sting of whether they believe merchants in a campaign against. moving up the date for registrations ] years ago where he had since and younger from the state 1'01111
< This suspicion -
chain store expansion. and tax payments, probably his home. to the state prison. They
Illneig or not love Bud Robin- ] poll made camps IL
1 Strange to say as much as goes further of to the contemplatethat onslaughthas ] to end ninety days before the He is survived by his widow, will be replaced In the road camp :$

te traveled in America I never leadership primary elections thereby makingit Mrs. Marjorie Austin, three daughters / by older, able-bodied men. e

[he privilege of hearing Bud mise in to mind provide an ultimate their real compro.objective possible for citizens committeesto Mrs. Winifred\ Starling; Mrs, This experiment will umlonhtei'" '\. < c q1
registrations totting _
into Illegal Geneva effect In
fison until recently. A few enactment taxing Investigate Laurie Llnttaey' and Miss ly have a splendid
-a legal and poll tax payments before Claude]. Otlfl, budding criminal back :
four sons a
en- Austin many best
ago I had a speaking out of business by aprogresslvey ; s flvn dollar bonua for the
chain stores to glv you
runnier
a proceedure Impossible Jr..of Jacksonville and narrow "Tell the
L. straight
the primary R. the
and
ent at the city auditorium high license Even Lonnlo upon of flu week," Ilrttnch wild. -
Bud was Inup ] in the present thirty days Intervening ; two slitters, Mrs. Minnie Reed path of virtue. Penologlatn] agree suggestion '.
] Florida. the legality "
lakeland, admit
chain store friends between the closing of Tanner of Lawtey; association by first termer at the< "1 was but I was fired, Shnronj -
Lena that meet
I drove and Mrs. 111 you '
"Yea honey
meeting nearby so as only .
of such a proceedure i
and the holding] of the Will hardened saId. In a steely voice.
n hear him. I shall always home to them the books four brothers. M. J Henry with older and more Bievoort in five minutes '. .
recently brought Another bill providesfor of Jackson- their years III I loneflglll' "Fired? Who fired you ?
he said. "I washing primary. : end Darling Austin criminals]" during Two hours later, only one -
mbcr one thing ] In the case of: Fox .
most forcibly circuit
for
: for I. asked calmly.
Branch -
Christian a half salary pension ville. prison Is reasonable many could be seen In the lobnj
recently on versus Standard Oil, a West Vir- who have served fifteen -. .-- turning definitely to a life where the "One of the nastiest men I ever
them judges I youth Walton Theatre. .
told
Bud said. "I the U. S. Supreme of the -I
s. which
in Supreme -
ginia case bill to retire have often : met.
'We years. A HUTU A. TIIOM.\SFuneral of crime Pententlaries musical] play, 'Cutn' Fiddle' was .
ould have all the graces. Court said In unequivocal] after twenty MKS. universities of Branch snapped his fingers, .
Court Judges called
id be as bold as a lion.' WhenI that state have the rightto ] services for Mrs. RuthA. been having its opening night performonce. hear about it. .
by I did
language full Is proposed the older men acting "that'H right.
on pay who crime-with I
I that In the front seat store years Thomas of Brooker. PUSHed b
< a man additional units after took
tax Is expecting firs to tell me you
Escambla. Nobody to the youthful You don't mean
BeaU of Ala. Instructors
at the the
J up as If to say, 'I am. Then No. 1 in the chain! aa they please-] favorable house or senate away last Tuesday alt If these young men can Lighting one cigarette from that lecture ..erlou.lyT"He
a offenders. -
Id 'A should be as pass clnia) County Hospital In Gainesville ermine-coated young woman ,.
man even to the point of prohibition committee report on Tervln'abill saved from contact with the other, the grinned. "I wouldn't worry
In the conducted ]last Wednesday be at the door, at -
an ox. The man ."* operation. were kept glancing around,
against .ucce. to place regulation] of light,, Antioch Cemetery older und tougher Inmates, much about that. I'll look for you .
if to at the late arrival -:
looked down afternoon
t seat as for a
| Belief I. that the more sober and gas rates In the handsof will be accomplished, and an NathHn if waiting three then?" I '
'I not.' When I finished power neur LaCrosHe .
am thought of anti-chain store attack the state railroad commission the daughter Mayo state commissioner of Then she froze: Into a furious Immobility I Tine bell rung for the curtain. -
I called!] for people whoed The deceased was !
: taxi .
cssnge I on the spot other utility directed the establishment a disreputable Indifferently. :
all
legislators an
to meet ers Is to put which now fixes and Mm J. II. Rogers of agriculture, who Sharon shrugged -
prayer for grace regarding' the Recovery' Act. many rates This In spite of the fact of Mr. and was married of the first offender pulled up to the curb and Branch "Well, there's no law against looking .
of life to come Lake Park, GA., .
temptations of whom say they are "heart an'Isoul" Florida is only one of few the separation will< was seen to disembark. Attirednow but I wouldn't let It Interferdwith
that ThonmH, In Gainesville camp says --
I at the front seat. The man Sherman
to
with the Independent merchants states In the nation which does help these boys to "find thenv- In Immaculate evening dress,, my regular work if 1 weroyou" .
be front seat came to themer's July] 9. 1030 dooi
'God. but cannot subscribe to th3 not control light, power and gag are the husband, one tielves"] and become: upright cltl ,be sauntered elegantly to the She moved off with Bannis
and Surviving
bench said. .
At the drastic provisions proposed. and rates. If there Is any redistrictIng brothers and three sis acne once more. Df the theatre and Into the lobby ter. who, seeming to sense the '
me some more ox. especially so when constitutionality of the judicial circuits, as required son, two -st. Augustine Record "Hello. Cynthia. Am I very thinly-veiled antagonism had moved -

of the service I had lunchthe is doubted. Their hand may be by the 1934 amendment to ters. _- 1. .... -- luU?" he asked as the girl walked up to her protectively anti .

grand old man Dr. Henry has called with a high license act. Than the constitution limiting circuitsto makers. assembled- at Tallahassee In memory of 'Mighty Haag. toward him. drawn her away.
Morrison ] Law
elements, who of great possibly preacherany "heart and soul" sentiments can fifteen instead of the present. Capitol's floodlights mighty showman of his day. Ma. "It's only the end of the second Branch took his dismissal good-' i. .

other living a man. I ask. be given free play because no question twenty-eight it may be said Indeed turned on. Will broadcast theirsessions rlitnna citizens plan to raise a fund net that's all," she flung at him naturedly, then walked to the box- -

of legality attaches to any that a miracle has happened view of for unfortunates who were always the of the
Morrison if he knew any Take a broad bitterly. office and nuked for use i
pr.man worker who didn't need high licensing program. Proposal is before the legislature I fiscal problems. his, special care. They were about to move telephone. As he dialed, Cynthia -

circuit' Judges and state ---, the doors when they were her foot t -
e ox and Dr. Morrison said, to have --- --- through .tuod to one side tapping -

b, It takes a lot of ox In the It's safe to say that the administration attorneys elected directly by the suddenly propped open from withn. Impatiently. "Hello. That you. I

lern world to be a Christiando has a sympathetic people, thereby curbing the powerof I AMAZE A MINUTE Cap Listen tell the cashier I'm
the Governor to some extent Brunch made a gesture of resignation Nancott back on .,
wouldto in both houses. On measures putting Hharon
So I
your duty. majority
effect [ with
In title
Is
that this moved to one L
and
Fac is, however Special payroll-
administration ARNOLD
Join the man at the mourn- In which the SCIENTIFACTS ''' BY I tho payroll.
be taken done now, since all Governorsof Cynthia. dollars a week And take all
it
bench In his prayer, "God give Is really Interested, may fifty .
lore mc." for granted that the house will recent years have conformed I "How do you fix It so that you than clucks you've got on the Patterson

majority of about seven. wholly to primary nominations It ilways get to the theatre at Inter- case right off. I'm going to
roll a
up of state attorneys and / I nlsHion time?" she nuked acidly. It-" ha '
"he fourteenth Chapter of Ro Senate strength will be proportionately appointment 47-FOOT SNAKE the let Miss Nancott cover
judges A house committee Is bul- Hla keen gaze was sifting rolled the words lovingly on bin
> j
J s should be read prayerfully gr ater. of A SOUTH AMERICAN IntereBtetl.Iy. .
In the preparation imart glittering throng Inside. Get
ily engaged ton&uefrom the
Ty day by Christian people. To bill to be of ANACONDA STRETCHING NEARLY l ,
i
J mind the highest standard of a committee pension THC LARGEST $ that? Good. '
last -. PUT IS u
current 7 "
RUMORS were substitute to the many "G oo fl dinner?
latian living Is set forth In this Fered as a ACCURATELY: Same hours later Bannister and
there CNAKft
week end to the effect that Members see:.' "
pter uyet It seems 80 fair and that the Coy bills now pending to allover MKAIUREO.A "Lovely. with satisfaction. Sharon! stood before the elevator ,
seemed a possibility on pensions Branch nodded
In agreement In
.
In substance the that to the apartment
chap rose
finable
ernor would be called upon to nam sixty who can qualify under 0 "I ordered a good' one. Sorry
I
that salvation Is bye which she lived.
another chairman for( the state rules laid down, but there Is no< couldn't get there. Man named

F and that every Christian 'ifn'.u highway department (In reality hi agreement' on the manner and, Taylor kept me two hours." "I've had a ]lovely evening Tommy -
certain) liberties. It Is with
but said genuine
member Sharon
Thais .
merely names a new form of sustaining revenues. "How fascinating !
p Christians
may disagree Chairman usually Racetrack < then hit warmth.
t his choice for the fly in the ointment. Branch grinned vaguely
I what they can consistently obtains. Report was that C. B. seem to be the : wandering gaze suddenly focused Then she held out her hand. "If

Ih.This right to differ is granted l lL Treadway chairman since earl) best possible revenue.target If sentiment I on a particularly distinguished been good to pick up things again.' -

fourteenth chapter of Ro- 1833. would resign to accept a call ,means anything. The looking group of some six or eight Bannister held her hand tightly. ,
\ However one Christian ii the new expressed breath "Now that we've found each otherlet's .
from Washington with social security bill\ having the Coyernor' couples. He drew In his I"That's

B0irf.enjoy( his liberty and Public Works Program. It U blessings] harmonizes wits 1 sharply, for as they strolled In'ohe not let] It get away from" us. (

bTtah" ha a right. known that Treadway rateshighat : the announced policy of the Fa.l.cml lobby he saw that Sharon was all right with me They

nee might in Washington. The fact that ha Administration to extent one of the party Moreover she. looked at each other tenderly -,

another Christian to do made his recent trip to Washington local control over Public moved along on the arm of a haulome "GooU night"
elhlnr greater "
I' that the other '' t anfctUH"18 "Good Sharon.
he on the same train which bore Works expenditures., FERA dl rather sleek-looking young night -
has no do at I II II Branchat The elevator rose and Sharon
Ch'-tlM n" the President from Jacksonville rect relief monies would be nan man. Her' back was toward '
a has the conclusion of his offFloridafiBbing the proposed Florida State the moment. stepped off and walked] to the gtaq
anything If in his mind died by GROWING Into her duplex -:
e I. trip gave rise to the reportof Welfare Board. Its passage Is i cxpected. I "Isn't that Tommy BannUter, I door ]leading
a 1 question about whether those In mu LANGUAGE- 7 his brow wrlnk- apartment. She had Inserted tha
resignation. However Nine west Florida I he asked Cynthia,
thing Is right He '18 to *'. DICTIONARY athletic In the lock and was about t<.
l, the know are convinced that nothing nlclpalitles place part of the coal l AMERICAN led In perplexity, "the big key
give God the benefit of the uasseso1Aveyopasueos Ute door when It was sudden -
of presidential request automobile owners ? open
bl short a Government ryi type
It he has a question In his of THE ADMITTANCE OF B.OOO :2I "I see flung open from within. 8h4 :
Governor's ly
nodded sulkily.
the cent levy :
about
a one ; Cynthia
(cI I about whether would bring by imposing MEW WOftO* EACH vIAL '-\ Into the darkness .
the Isand forward
I thing acceptance of any resignation offered gasoline Senator BeaU has introduced you've been snooping at your. own catapulted '
then dos It. the f-uo-: m such section." of the room only to be grasped
tit by Treadway. a bill prohibiting otagravure .
Chapter of Romans says the Paradoxl- Branch frowned. "And that Un't a second later by strong masculine
r tax for any purposes.
that -
he does I. wrong A I Armstrong, whose JulIe Patterson with him. How arms

allan may do a certain thing THREE OR FOUR CongresslouU ally, Mayor such a tax U omeT"
thua influence else redistricting bills have been introduced Pensacola imposes at tile door of her -
do somebody in the Florida "I bear old man Patterson's get. Into very
the Others will probably a leading figure !. UM meanIng -
lame thing when the to date. whose ting a little restive" Cynthia replied .hornet And what
r person thought It was wrong; be offered but chances are League: of Municipalities of Miami LF FAST indifferently. of this. Intruder hi Urn
Sewell J' FLY'I'I
lie President. Mayor I
baa no right to do It. h remote that there will be any The Coy.visor's Tut DRAGON Branch started off. a gleam of dark CM lobe serape! klnatBei
r the practice. II IIII
I.e Words we as Christians are--. :change in the present set-up of lenounces sales tax bill would Impose I: A tMED Of *O MILE MR MOoS..r decision In his eyes "Pardon roe." son. to r- seat week'.*

up OUr own liberty under Tour districts and one state-at. sale except gasoiae. He stepped .P to> the party, : ttadl..1' tata1IDIeIIt.J_ ,
-- I
-
e on every -
tax
rather committee of the i a --- -2
than
to cause a Chris- arge. A special already] heavily taxed. .LL -
brother now
to stumble., lenate wit consider re-apportion-

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,spell on the unfortunate fellow.
UK SIGNED r
RIIOILD
Bradford County TelegraphEstablished Signatures were being solicited Perry frankly admitted that this
this week on a petition protesting Maybe You've was out of bin line but told the AMAZE A MINUTE,
send the unwanted one to
of propoNednofence 1 girl to
against the passage
1877 laws at the present legislative l him for a "talking to." She did so; SCIENTIFACTS BY ARNOLD I
Heard It But
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--- -- -- BCBslon While it is not believed Perry got in his good work (the -=--.. '!
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class that there is any serious exact treatment was nt disclosed

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. danger of such a bill being passed ), and the next day the fellow .. COAL

,. -- --. .. --- -------- our farmers are taking no chances By the ttme you read this you was gone. No one In Reno has seen t POWER vr

L. Matthews __" _____________ ..__Editor and Owner and are making their wishes will have'" received two Issues of anything of him since, either. A 3.300o''
known In Tallahassee in no uncertain -the "Strawberry Festival News",
-- -- terns.Certainly the third edition, is well on Its way Nerviest theft of the week took NORSEPOWtR 4FNl

I SUBSCRIPTION KATE cowless highways and to seeing light of day and the place following an accident last IPP COULD BE DRIVER h
THE
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance cowless city streets would be a fourth, we trust, will be In your Saturday night in which a young ? .w COAL ENERGY of TM
and town and city bands at reasonable time Saturday man wall killed between Starke BURNED
Rates blessing, many U.S.
Advertising on Application 'A IN R4
,. -- residents, thinking only of the joy When the Telegraph announced and Lawtey. Before investigating '1s ONE
-- -- -- -- I
of speeding along a smooth road At Its /intention of puttingout officers arrived acme passersbyare r O Supptrt

Welcome visitors. sixty miles an hour, without the a dally'tablold during the four I said! to have stripped a radio FOR kp4m.

annoyance of having to slow down days of the Strawberry Festival from one of the cars In the smash- (
o for an occasional cow, cannot aea here, the first question 'to arise in up. They missed one vital part, ODNtpY
Everybody out to the Festival grounds the cattle owner's aide of the ques the minds of our public was "what however. The story goes that they

-o. tion. But the other side can be are you going to put in it?" At later called at the garage where =
least half a dozen people asked us the taken and asked for
If it ia looked for hard enough. car was
seen
A doesn't have to be aviator to let his temper fly
man an
after
In these still somewhat perilous the same question the same permission to remove the forgotten -

4r up. times the small margin between afarmer's noon. Pretty soon we began to bemildly

-----p I making a living and his I worried about the thing part.IRS.
being on relief might be his few I ourself. We'd be in a fine spotIf AOA UNDEIUIILL ii'r

One more week of school and then look out swimminghole. cattle which have always been allowed everybody Just sat still and refused Mrs. Ada Underhill, 63, wife of'' -

to roam at large until their to make any news. But A. J. Underbill, prominent farmer A _
needs them for food or to then it occurred to ua that when
owner
section,
0- of the Heilbronn Springs
rll
sell. At the present time there are Columbus wondered what waa on e -'
died at her home early Saturday
Give a woman enough rope and she'll crochet a dress out few farmers who are financiallyable I the other side ,of tbe ocean, he morning after an Illness of several g '

oCi it. to fence the three or four crossed over 'and found out. Nor weeks duration.
I did Hannibal' back down because _
hundred acres of pasture that
Funeral services were held Sun
o would be necessary for even a I he couldn't see the other,sWo, of

The odorless cabbage of today promises a better grade small herd of a hundred cattle. He the Alps So, taking: our pen in day with afternoon the Rev. L.at D Dyal John Cemetery, pastor, I WHEN 'UD'

five cent cigar. would be forced to sell his stock, I hand we got out the "Strawberry of the Ptlmltive Baptist Church of II PITCHING ( -BE.CO Es'to
CONCMEO oil
perhaps at a sacrifice, and, as too Festival News thanks! to you, 100 MILES
which the deceased waa a member, O.SAND
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have already done before and you, and you, who made the PER HOUR .v ITS
many Interment was madein I HEAD DETER
An optimist is the person who gives away his shoes when him, join the ranks of the relief news and you and you, and you, officiating.the family plot under the direction A STRONG THE lOBSTtBSSlB

he gets on a path of roses. dependents. who bought advertising_ space. of the DeWitt C. Jones Company ARMED CASEBA1L Of PILINGS B''IANEE'1Ci A ib.

-0 Even though It be against his Pallbearers were A. O. An- PLAYER CAN THROW TUTEB AMD EMS AMU|

The only thing than the know-it-all i i" the personal conviction that the no- LAST RIDE dreu W. B. Mundy, J. B. and Carl A BALI OVER 109 HELD OVER ITS HaTHB
worse person fence law would be a good thing, Down at the station the other Sapp, Adam Green and Matthew MILES PER. HOUR LOBlTtUTue
1've-seen-everything fellow! we believe that everyone should day the body of Martin F. Jarvis Rhoden. ** OVIR ,

o sign the petition that would help to lay on the platform In a wooden The deceased was a laughter of ..

Everybody: will be happy, just so the four billion dollar keep our farmers from any additional box waiting to be hauled to Memphis the late Mr. and Mrs. Olllver .
Being dependentas where he had relatives. The
expenses. Nassau end I
Green of Cou-ty stare
pie ia cut into forty-eight "slices., we are upon their welfare anything day before he had been electrocuted her marriage to Mr. Und 3rhlll NEW GREASING S :n1CES01lth'e This service Is sAid to provlfc\,

---0 r that works against their interests at the State Prison Farm for brlcatlon under actual drlvinj
twelve years ago had been a. resident Service Station recently
The idea of soaking the rich generally ends up with the will eventually hit us all. murdering a woman in Sarasotatwo of this county. To this un. Installed "Moto-Sway," the newest dltlons, and is being furnliteSmith's )
Comparatively few accidents are years Ago The wooden box Service Station at 1
ion was born one daughter, Wilma, thing in automobile lubricating u
little man being drowned in taxes. caused by cows on the road abd was brought to the platform in the tra cost.
who at
died an early age on December devices. This method of greasing!
; -----IJ---- fatalities are rare. Perhaps even ambulance of an undertaking establishment I
10 1929. I consists: of taking the weight of
these few would be prevented If ,,: unloaded and left
Some candidates talk so poor-mouth we wonder where Besides her husband she la sur- i the automobile body off the

they get a hat to throw into the ring. speed automobile! laws drivers observed the waiting there to for look the anxiously train with down no one the vived by two eons of a' former springs;; : shackles and, king pins, !If' YOUR

marriage, Pasco, Jr. and Ossie I then swaying the car from side
1 o -- -0--- -- track to see if smoke was in sight.
Rowe, of Jacksonville; two sisters to side; temporarily atchiug the
Baseball is in Russia in of the WI,\'r AUK Tn Ul\II'R A few negroes hanging around
becoming popular spite expense two brothers and three grandchildren springs. This frees every frozen BREATH HAS
Mrs Slmi failed to return her the station, sidled up and laboriously ,
of losing so balls in beards shackle, loosens up squeaky springs
many load Hal didn't take .1 the the labeled
partners ; spelled out name on number
A large of friends and and makes it possible to get at the
tI finesse that was his only chanceof box., "Who that In there ?" .
relatives from out-of-town attend.ed difficult parts that need lubrication A SMELL YOU
f; George Bernard Shaw is off on another trip around the miking contract; Mrs. Culbett- one of them asked "Hit's dat fel- the funeral attesting to the ,

world. Let the insults fall where they may. non frequently overbids ,and getiEct low they shuck up out at Raiford high esteem in which the deceased 'NO'PHI") OP "'IU'/I" '''.''] KlLRCTIO'VII:
; Ely fusses about his oppon yestiddy" another replied. The
was Hy the power vested In them by CAN'T FEEL iNWhen
()- ent's feet getting over on his aide train arrived and six men hoisted held.To the lawn of Florida, the Hoard of I

Our idea of u real diplomat is the New York state post- I of the table; all four of them con. the box into the yawning car door Wake Island County I'ntilliInntructlr.il hereby calla election of Bradford to be _. tot too much, onr, fed
jrtantly Inquire as to "what are There, nestled between a hamperof I held In Hiimptun, Htarlt, nraliu.ui n our bowel. Our friends. mliliMMr
master who served under twenty presidents. f' trumps and ,"who dealt last?", beans and a crate of strawberries Walter Ziegler, formerly of The- i and 1 UilS llroolicr fur the purpose on Tuesday of May elrc'lnxlhn 14, earning! out of our mnurjl la4Mtd .

o I Thus do the dally newspaper it started Its last ride to :Mem ressa has been employed by the >.. trustees In each district and breath.ever We our toelhe body. pomell IIioo"'J' n4 tdteaf

; If breach-of-promise suits are made illegal, broken heartsare ,, reports describe the great: bridgematch phis. Pan Amerlcaa Airways company i determining 1 be assessed the in amount each, of Hillings rouebr end no good tore
of the century. The roost for the past five years: :and (ia now(Ito;Fur, tliv uipuv of hold I us: said: Wlmt ..... the food d...,ltll>li
going to mend lot faster than used Wool!. rben eat too mutt
a they to. election In Hampton the we Mitiloe
remarkable fact about it all U 1100; LADY foUowlJ'a" ;
on Mn way to Wake Island in the ImuniiKuiH mipolntcd1. Cecil Ma.Iniie ean't dlnet It. What I. &h,1 k Io i
d -- u I that except for the big names involved (In a recent divorce trial an At- Pacific Ocean where bases are to J V. Jones, T. M, Hiurun and It I. th*. mart.... .IUJ ilmntm lam i
U .I. s of flow
body. pint it lira
II H. WlKtrliiM, Cloik.
the match has the atmosphere I For the -
purpose
One reason that new car rales are: brisk I is that folks are lanta policeman testified that one be established for the company i I of holding Bald election In our liver Into our bowel, even toinovemviite
of a game that might be morning wife In along a proposed route from San Qiiitiam the following managers are ret bard end cunrtlnM
hurrying to buy them before they out of style. and Mri. his put pepper appointed; Hiram Waxdln, Jtl'jy(: % of our too4an la oar tt. t
go played between Mr. I Francisco the .
to Islands
I his pants and that, by the time he Philllplne I I Wand in, WMoKvrr and John: Sun boot-In. lbl decer ecn>l POUCH*
iI Jones of Blunkvlllo and their next rode to hindquarters he was exceeding and China. Wake Island is unin- roncy, Cloik. for tile purpose of I uur body every mix mlnutca.
door butt ng said election in lirooker the When our friend. emrll our .U I
., The new automobile horns would( make it impossible for Rip neighbors Iy l.wlc mtol'table and embarrosaed. habited and Mr. Zeigler will be in following managers era appointed. (but we don't u4 ... feel Lktitwroomt
If It does nothing else the con charge of of six and Colxoii J(. T. Odeon, don't oea e. mmiUiwaih a
? And he sRI I 'Y Van Winkle to do his famous sleeping act today. r test will prove that these great and 10. 4'. Stewart, dork. Forthe : :anti.. Get at tbe es"... Tntofc
seven servants
Insult to Injury when who, asked
purpose of ; election Little Umr rifle whioh penal o
'I bridge expert are only human after on his treturn home "Did you .--- -- -- In Htarke the W 'nI'n: : vinnr How of /our bile julao. But U "
all. It almost makes us feel atipulntod: J h'. Klckllter, .J.oJ.. better" le altered 7o, don't bur
1'1;, These cross-continent flyers give ut an inferiority complex keep warm today? ) Census Being Taken 4a111vuIaN IloriiHby and F, A. It mar be ealornel (mmunr) mlooeeni
that we wouldn't mind taking themon Now we've heard of wives who sock, Cloik.A toeth. crlime and xaldl U"'
J by making! the United States look so narrow fur a rubber or eo--that la. If Work the state J, anirFis, ,Hupt", I 1 U many people. Ask for Cartel
quarrel' on taking census W, f. MA.SNIMU, ('urn. Liter Pine by name and ml *
-----0- I Ely would keep his feet on the And who cry and like to nag. In this county began last week. 4-18-at-e-10. eek farm. O1M4, O-iLCo.
If Methuselah right side of the table And Those being employed in this -
lived to a ripe old age it's probably because I we'veheard of wives who'scooking

J he didn't have to get up and build a fire every morning. I A n.vrrv-o-!MEDIUM- Wouldn't make their husbands N.work Kendrick are Mrs.and Hulda Roan Corpening Turner. T. WHEN YOU NEED LUMBER

..t' 0 Dally accounts( of almost Inde- brng .

;: There might be power in silence, but the wife seldomuses 'acrlbuble sufferings come out of But the worst pick of them allis BIRTHS VISITBENNETT'S

'.r: that kind of treatment to get a new Easter outfit. the Mid-West where drought, flyIng .> not the one who raves and Mr. and Mrs.,, O. B. Plummer,
dust and Band are squeezing I rants-- Lawtey, boy, April 12. LUMBER COMPANYOne
S'0' > every bit of lift from growing! veg. She's the girl who sprinkles pepper rmlf- _A_ | _

: There are plenty of men willing to lead us out of the depression station and, what la Infinitelyworse I in her loving hubby's pants. I Municipal recreation hall In Po- niix-ft' South of Depot

t but perhaps what we really need is a few shovera.o ; causing death to many hu- cahontas Park, Vera Beach will
man beings. I Any number of the fair sex be ready for
r Where wheat and other j Likes to eat where it coats most. month. occupancy early this ALL GRADES TINE AND CYPRESS LUMNER: :

:Maybe those new sun spots they're always announcingare used to spread their croP"1 I I And another goodly portion AND nUILDlNGl\IATERlAI.

there because the astronomers have been out on a party pattern of green shades over tho j I Are quite apt at burning toast. NOI'UK
..
landscape there are now barren But all should'be"foi'given, Ti M ham It .11" .n..n'i (t..U.IT.ND SERVICE: OUR MO'TTOYou're
< the night before. I Notice I IK hereby given 1 to all cri-d-
field without a blade of grass. and forgiven In adviinre- (torn i.f the Into Krank A. aw.-ety,
;, Sand has drifted like deeea.od l t" printout claims
0 snow along/ Just BO she draws the line your

:'J I, Criminals often ,get their first grammar lesson in the I fences and buildings and highway. at putting pepper In you nt within to the eight County months Judge from of date Uradfurd Intra
are deserted County: or your vial will forever
'a: court room. It is there that they I learn, to end a sentence with For more than a month dun- pants tie barred Mrs by law
frank A. Sweeny, thisPROTE@T@f
Payingfor
::1 a period of years I colored clouds of stifling dust I>I.'IIUTtJLlSTSTltOWGV 4-19-41-6-10, AdinlnlBtratrlx.: .

't' have swilled and billowed over .__ I
ec On special invitation we recently
t) The has what was once known an the na called on C, Alexander Perrybett..r n nThe !
Chicago girl who slept through most of the depression tion's bread basket It has evonbel.n !
( known as Cliff Perry) at
f is like the fellow who has something to sell and predicted that the entire area his Reno home to see his fortune-
; ;: doesn't advertise it. if becoming a Vast desert, CONTEST
I telling globe. Several months
ago
It 'la hard! for us in Florida to Perry had some business cards Be Sure You Get It! ,
0
Iff realize such conditions'
, Governor Talmadge of Georgia presented a senator with thin dust cloud that althoughthe drifted printed"Spiritualist, designating: Astiology"himself and as if a CLOSES f iggTOP

'l red suspenders. Could this be construed here last Friday flora the western
to
\ as an attempt you don't believe It pay to ad.
tS
r' plains: made UJ wonder what the r0 a
hold up the session? vertise, you should see the lettershe v oc
!> real thing wan like If we were getting i c
: F8400.k1d
1 ._ I gets every day from Jacksonville
0 a sample Our state might ex.

y ti; A New York convict wrote a volume of poems while serving peilenue an occasional lnconven-1 between, WIlII.ton'and: Varluiia pointsIn tire..tideprose other saw

':f', a term in jail. That's one\ argument favor of bigger .and tenet but because It quickly of weather pauses, conditions and t He:'get*",plenty of letter, Perry NEXT r \VEEKI than new "G:3'.e: l9yg farther

but there's net
better \ any much
. ; pardoning boards moneyIn
: protracted droughts or
c!', _ 0--- _______ eurthquarus and other\ tricks noodli.\\ them-much --rfo after maybe all It doeim't payso I

;"\ ;' Music aid people to move more quickly, a college professor la element not a lund are of unknown extremes here.; and Ours we I The most'frequent request Is for 1

ij asserts It often to'move winning bollta numbers, the "spir- Girls don't miss
helps a family from one should be thankful for it. your I
F itualist astrology" says, and next "Goodyear Margin ofSafety"
: neighborhood to another. -- -----
to that Is the request for directions chance of winningthe
tettff PULLING TOtiKTIIEU cost you nothing
0 us to how to get a lost, strayed or

The fellow who moved a mountain with faith never tried HerbertHoover Last week Alfred came E.together Smith 'and on stolen sweetheart back again. Per new bicycle thatis extra. why not have it? ,

r r., using it on a bill collector who refuses to leave the front door I I the name speaking platform each never ry says fall that to win.his. bolita and that numbers the being, given away
:! after with a broad smile and a handshake GOOD/FEAR
being told you are out. for the other. lucky persons usually send him a absolutely FREE atGassett'
( 0 dollar or two out of their takings.
Their appearance, the first together '
0,t Floridians who have never travelled much got a glimpseof In public since the historic that It the waa horoscope just our globe luck, wu however, Hardware LUetlnu 43% More NonSUJQulckerStoppinft NI I

the Mid-West last week when hovered days of 1928: when the "Happy goneon Store. Guaranteed SPEEDWAY
some of it around Warrior" and the "Great ,the day we called. Perry said I Grip

, ; in the air for several hours. neer" belabored each other Dolltlcnlly Engi- somewhat vaguely that It had Votes given with *
"messed him up" with a recent Blowout Prelection
0 was in the Interest of a I
t Officials of the FERA are worried about the high birth campaign to raise $300.000 for the client Jacksonville and that he for had repairs.returned The It each purchase. $5.00 EVERY PlyGuarantee ,

SAlvation toadlup'
[g, rate of families on relief. The stork absolutely refuses to U easy Army.It to Imagine what two stars probably got out of position, against
rdaGuarantaeaftalnat
' i work under the escrow plan. lesser men would have done under or something and
Perry tells of a dark damsel who dcfec
.. similar ,
circumstance. One
a- 0 LAST DAY
I I of them would have I visited him'the other week. She life
; beard that the .
All nations contend that a big army is the only guarantee other was was annoyed by the unwelcome attentions *
andr
appearing on the same
%I of peace. It might be logical, but we'll have to put it down on program and would have cancelled of a suitor and wished the Saturday, April 27 I ,o.a.e ftmmt inproportion Our round own aenric guarantee:

paper before we can figure It out. his engagement in petty fit of 'spiritualist astrology" to put a

a,". 0 : temper. How often have we heard that they\are broadminded men .

'r' II. G. Wells says that Washington is the capital of the of refusing two people to appear after In an argument a public, and ready cooperate to forget in a inconsequential movement for GASSETTS HDW. Register Motor Co

{\'. world. Judging by the amount of money foreign nations have place if it Is known that the Oth- the public !good Smaller men

:;.i borrowed from us, he must be right. er Is to be present T would do well to suffer similar & FURNITURE CO.

\\J: Smith and Hoover hara shows I periods of forget fulness. STARKEFLORIDAti




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