Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 26, 1935
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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and her daughter lost Work will begin Monday morn- 1R With Secretary of State R. A. t

in a railroad crossing Ing on a shipping platform for use Gray making the commencement ';d 1!
lives of Bradford County fruit and truck 4 ; j
early Wedy ,, a r c.fern address Thursday night the fortieth "
tent near Lawtey wr'b. crop growers, O. C. Register, work annual graduation exercises) r'. : i; 't

morning. They were.Mrs director of. the local ERA: an- of the Bradford County High'' +! I

lit Reed /56, and Miss Lula nounced yesterday. School here were brought .to a 'I
The new building: will consist ofloading clone tit "gFiftytwo
1,22.i Pictured above are forty-seven: at the end of the Impressive com- the group with the seniors are a.. platform eighteen feet
seniors less than .:
about 7 HUN IU A. OKAY -one
i accident occurred of the fifty-two high school grad- 'mencement exercises held last I Mrs. T. T. Long and Mrs D. P. wide by 100 feet long with a ten Secretary of State R. A. Gray last year's total-received their diplomas -

_. when a Seaboard passengeon uates who received their diplomas night in the school auditorium. In Carpenter, ]high'[* instructor toot shed on each side. Labor will who last night delivered the com at the close of the program -

Its way to Jacksonville be furnished by the FERA, and mencement address to the graduating beginning at 8 o'clock in the r --t ,'

d I out of a fog and struck TWO IN JAIL sTRAwBERRYSeason materials were purchased with class of the Bradford County school auditorium. Certificates t

automobile at a IIttle-u ed CLUB HOUSEBeing funds furnished by the County High School Mr. Gray Is a were also awarded to twenty-four

It crossing north of town. FOR OIL THEFTSSEVERAL Commissioners and the City' Coun- brother of 1.. A. Gray, principal of graduates of the junior high t '

19 Reed was killed Instantly I' Built PETTY ROBBERIES cil.The" lot''on which the buildingwill the school. which\ l i
The the
stage on speakers
flier mother died of Injuries at ?,.?
several hours later. I DURING PAST be situated lies between I school.CANNING were seated, was tastefully dec-

pltal here I WEEK Brownlee Brother's warehouse and I orated with larkspur, Easter lilies ;
the wife of Joe
*.Lawtey Reed was farmer, and the wo- ATAIRfORTTO Va com Williams and Herman ABOUTOVERLAWTEY the office of the Starke Stave I and sweet peas, the senior class! e: + "+ h ..
Mill and was donated by trustees .
colors and
pink silver, fuinlshlngtha
far* believed to have been on Woodle are In jail and another arrest Center '
of the Presbyterian Church s ,
color scheme.The ,
way to work at packing BE USED AS RE- is expected today In connection CONTINUES TO The movement that resulted In Junior Girls' Chorus under I k''
L berries when the accident oc CREATIONAL CENTER, with the theft Sunday nightof SHIP FRUITUDtf": erection of the bull lns was sponsored the direction of Mrs A. E. Wall t '
lediteral. forty gallons ,of oil from the TO OPEN SOON
Business Men's
by the "Faeries" Matel and M
services for the mother Sinclair Refining Company's bulk CONSIGNMENT sang I 1
_i of Starke whose members recognized -I "Evening Shadows" by Ricci. A ,
held Thursday station here. The arrests were
daughter were Construction was begun last The strawberry shipping season the need of such a platform BUILDING DONATED BY violin solo by Miss, Anita Courtmacho j
ooon at 3 o'clock at Long made Wednesday afternoon by crowded conditions dur- i
to relieve .
fcch Cemetery with the Rev. week on a club house to be knownas Sheriff W. J. Epperson. here was drawing rapidly to 4 LIQUIDATORSOF and the processional by
of the
ing the height shipping Mrs F. H. other features
were -
close this week with only two'* express -
es Strickland officiating. the Starke Recreational Cen- Another theft took place Tuesday I HANK
I cars and about.ten refrigerator -I season.' of the program. ;
sides her husband Mrs. Reed ter which will be situated at the night when unknown parties Although the building will be Besides the '
station just trucks out of Starke since Permission for the former An giving '
Irvlved Mrs. entered Carr's filling
by one daughter FERA airport a mile south of townon I completed too lute for the use of ment address Secretary of State e'
Thursday of last week. ?s
knee Tanner of Lawtey; four I south of town and made away with : this I it drews' Store building at the corner
season .
Road 13. strawberry growers also the y1 .
Gray presented diplomas
ken, M. J. Austin of Jacksonand a quantity of tobacco and candy.. Lawtey reports thirteen cars out of Walnut and Ninth Streets i'
I FERA labor Is being used on the la hoped that it may become a to members of the graduating1Class. 3l +
Henry, Will and D A The robbery of about $2 In during the past week with a total -' center for truck to be used as a canning center for +; a'
and the materials, which marketing Junior
project high diplomas wet
at the Starke of 223,640 pints. The price at Starke was granted this week by
|in al lof Lawtey; and one sis- change was reported that are now beginning to move In 4i l
will cost approximately $200, are warded by A. J. Griff, supeiin-
Mrs. Lena Tanner of Highland. Ice Company's office last Friday both shipping points has been estimated liquidators of the Bradford County
large quantities .
the City Coun fairly tendent of instruction ,
being purchased by public
night The thieves opened the from five to six cents n Bank. '
cil. When completed the building Invocation was said by the Rev.C. ;,
cash drawer while the plant was pint, which would mean a returnof Equipment for operation of the ,
ARKS NATIVE is to belong to the city, It In oad. FARM ROAD been B. Price and benediction was %; ,
still open and employees were In $18,792.00 to Bradford County plant has ordered by the Ru- 4"t
tTS PROMOTIONWARDS The structure will) be thirty feet another part of the building.On growers for the.week. SEEMS FAVORED ral Rehabilitation office here andIt pronounced by the Rev B. M.
wide feet lOqe4.Ji being Montgomery.The R
by fifty '
the same night would-be Although It Is likely that no II! expected o arrive and be set

BECOMES VICE! constructed of split cypress thieves broke into Brownlee Broth- more cars will\ leave Starke, the SHOLTZ AND OTT 'EXPRESS up within a short while. following graduates received ;
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I PRESIDENT TRANSIT logs placed vertically. It will consist The will be free for I diplomas: t
er's warehouse, dragged a heavy growers at Lawtey,are expectedto HOPE FOR equipment .
with floor Leslie Jessie Mae Bran-
of one large room a Biggs; ,
COMPANY safe to the back part of the build- continue maklngtalapments en CONSTRUCTION, the use of rural families who wish t '
ZPVf suitable for danctngt;.'SCttrge open y* ;icn: Gilbert Brown,. Frances Cad. 1!,
ing and plied It with hammers and consignment lorry week or, ten ((0 come In !and slo their own KIn '
Edwards,.,for five years fireplace will add attractiveness to chisels In an unsuccessful attemptto While there Is yet no definite canning their surplus. farm man,, Audrey Carlisle, Robert r
rral superintendent of the Mo- the; room. If had been days., assurance that the road from products. Chapman, Francis Cotton; Melva i
break It open. they Shipments from Bradford this l. I'I'i
'ranslt Company of' Jacksonwas Thebuilding will be used as a I successful the prowlers would have season have totalled 2.028.281 Starke to the State Prison Farm Canning center are'also beingestablished Crosby, Ines Dempsey Joe Edwards { '
elected vice' president for members of the this Jr., Merrill Edwards, Leecy
meeting place found about $100 in the Safe of strawberries for which will be hardaurfaced year, recent at Lawtey, Brooker
rig a meeting of the tran porn local Flying Club and will also be have received an estimated letters written by Governor and Hampton, It Is said. Fogg, Eloulse Fomby,. Bonnie Lea ,
company's board of dlrec- available for other public uses.! I'' growers Sholtz and members of the State Ford, Guy Frigo, Myra Frlnk, h p
return of $176,300.96.
] last week. He ia the Bon of It is expected that the clubhouse WANT TO START Road Department have Indicated CASH PRIZEIS Myrna Frink, Joe Grlffls, Jr., 1.

Maggie Edwards of Starke., will be completed within the :ODD Reins Shipped that this project Is looked upon James Hair, Sumpter Harley, a I

he newly made executive left next thirty days.STUMP FELLOWS Shipments of beans are begin- with favor In Tallahassee If Federal UNCLAIMEDRITZ Keeffoe Harrell, Grace blazon, 'ya

k twenty-seven years ago for I MEETING TO BE HELD ning to move from the county with road building funds are granted Frances Hemingway, Sidney i : ;

kunvllle In search of a job. He EXPLAINS HERE NEXTTUESDAY prices averaging around $1 per to Florida It is considered likely TO SHOW "GOLD Hershfleld, Elisabeth Holllngs- '. co l

iil employment in the street hamper on all varieties. Brownlee that this piece of constructionwill DIGGER" FILM NEXT worth, Mildred Hundley, Blake :'

'ay' company as operator of a "BABY BONDS" Brothers .report trmt"othey ban- be Included In the program WEEK Jackson, Geraldine Johns Jernl-

|ey car. I An Invitation is extended to aU died S82 hampers Tuesday. The for this year.: ____ Alec Willis whose gan, Louise Kite, Dorothy Mar-
name was
8 i unusual ability brought blm 'SAYS MANY DO NOT Odd Fellows, their wives and crop will be short, however, on account In a letter congressman H H. A. called at the Ritz Theatre wick, Donald McRae, Earnest Morgan
Tuesday -
ncement within- three years YET GET THE friends, as well as to the general I of dry weather. Green, Governor Sholts last week Cash not Carra Bells Norman, Herbert
Night, was present
b the position of an operator to IDEA public, to attend a meeting next said: Packham, Charles Fender, Ronald
will be held until
the next
so $25
of an Inspector. A year later Tuesday night at 8 o'clock in the "I note your request with ref Pitt., Martha Powell, Dorothy +
Postmaster F. F. Stump said JURORS DRAWNIN Tuesday and $10 added, making
Shaw Simon.a
Ruby Mignon
in Sapp,
'as promoted to trainmaster of Masonic Hail erence to the two projects your
this week that although a largequantity District, and am total of $35 to be given away, the Lamar Smith, Louise Snyder; ;,
company. E. J. Kirk, newly elected GrandMaster CIRCUIT COURTSPRING Congressional
states If Is
of the new United States management Mr. Will ''
Ivan Irma Stockwell
of Mr, Sponholts, ,
bur of'L it to the attention
years later he was mad of the Grand Lodge calling- +
called: will call at the theatre before next
Bonds,. commonly I
Savings Sullivan Alma Thornton
Chairman of the Road Percy ,
transportation superln- bonds have been sold O. O. F. will attend this meeting; Treadway cash night he will be given a free
"baby Edwin Torode Lucille
ent GrandMaster CONVENE HERE Department, who I am sure will Mary
He held this for
position Connally, past
weeks also J. C. ticket as a consolation."The .
the past few ber.1 ;
during rode Anita Edward
years when he was transferrelPenaacola. and R. E. Michel, all of MAY 6 do everything possible to see that I Wainwright,
still a great number of Whole Town's Talking LS
to become transpor- are with large delegation these projects are Included In the :Wainwright, William Wooten and
ple who do not understand them Jacksonville, a The following list of thirty-six 1935. You bo Edward O Robinson's newest Mary Elizabeth Wynn. .a
>n superintendent of the Penla of members from both the pa'ugram for may ,
Electric Company, yet., and Rebekahs of that names was drawn Thursday of last sure that I will be glad to do what film will be shown at the Rita on Junior High graduates who were

towards stayed in Pensacola for They are Issued in the denominations Odd Fellows week by the Board of County Commissioners I can" Sunday and Monday. The star Is given certificates were;

years when he was transferred of $25, $50 $100, $500/ and city.It la understood that an attemptwill to serve as grand and One of the projects requested by supported by Jean Arthur and Virginia Fugate, Orvls Prlngle i'
which represents their maturity petit jurors for the Spring term of Green was the Wallace Ford. Thin I. the first
he Tampa Electric Company, a $1,000, be made at this meeting to Congressman Evelyn Crosby, Vernle Phillips,
Mr. Stump said. They Circuit Court to convene here road. comedy role that Robinson has
to larger as transpor- value in re-establishing Starke-State Farm Irene Prescott Leola Norman.
company Interest
"n superintendent mature in ten years. The prices at create lodge here. Monday, May 6. Under date of April 18 a letter .,ever played and his fans anxiously Geraldine Johnson Alice Edwards, u' "
hue in Tampa Edwards i' which they; may be bought todayare an Mrs.Odd Josle Morrow, secretary of Luther Harrell M, ; J. Sapp from Roy V. Ott Road Depart await hla appearance In It. Paul Faulkner, Frances Peek, Billle #

Kht honors to the Tampa Elec- $18.75or the $25 bond $37.50 the Association of Rebekah Assemblies U. A. Geiger L. D. Polk ment member, to this newspaper. Next Tuesday and Wednesday Long L. O. Jones dance Gill. 1 ,, ,

Company'i railway system fort for the $50: bond.. $75 for the $100 will attend in the Interest Lester A. CrosbyO.. F. TomlinaonL. stated i 01.. of India" will be shown, Forest Crosby, James Norman. ;

prevention 'work .They bond. $373: for the $500 bond, and branch of the order, V. Moore, C. L. Hllllard "I am very much Interested in starring Ronald Coleman and Loretta Roswell Noegel. Glen Jackson Carol 7
of this Grover' C. Mott L. C, Carter and Young It Is the real story of
bond. road lope
was awarded on two ocns $750: for the-$1,000 --- the Starke-Ralford White, Jewell Gassett. Mar-
E! F. Conway. Harley M. McRae this be a young: clerk who rose to be the
the famous between what that the paving of can provided garet Hair, Billy Powell, Lillian
Brady award! ,The difference you '
HARVEY GETS obnnie Hagan R. V. Alvarez Federal conqueror of India at the age of '
most coveted honor in the for the bonds today and what I for out of these ( ) Stump, Edna Pearce and Arle
pay W.,M. Hulllngs-. L. Gllflson Chairman Is twenty-six. i
aportatlon PLANT CITY JOB funds. I believe the TlUman. ,
Industry for acci- you receive In ten years represents worth Frank ThomasF. "Gold Diggers of 1935" will be "
and as soon as we e
Washington, p
prevention interest Mr. in
activities accumulation of ,
I the M. Norman C A. Drlggers the big attraction at the Rita next
AGENTTO Information regarding
was brought back to the Instead of pay- POPULAR EXPRESS have more definite THIRD TRIAL
"onvllle Stump explained. BE PROMOTEDIN John A. Elllng-- Barney Andrews this program, we will take Thursday and Friday. It Is) a lavIsh '
company In 1930 a. Ing you the Interest seml-annually, musical film Dick
ral superintendent. adds all,of It to MAYH. ton, Jr.+< Hardy Williams steps toward allocating the FlorIda featuring FOR MR. SCOBYCREWS
e the Government J. W. Goodge Cal C. Gllsson funds to particular projects, Powell Adolph Menjou, Gloria vk
" accident rate of the Motor the principal and pays the entire S. (Speed) Harvey, local Sidney Trlest C. C.Norton and above stated, I hope that Stuart, Alice Brady. Glenda Farrell SAYS STATE WILL '
"Jit Company, since Edwards sum at the end of ten years. this week as and Ramon and Route ,, '
een I Its Railway Express agent L.. R. Gainey c. Van Alstlne we can arrange to provide for at PUSH ITS CASE.
.. general. superlnten- received announcement of his appointment ; P. Jones of this AGAIN 'f
, if not ,
"ae bean w. H Norman least a part,
reduced more than CAMP to take over the agency -IR. Norman I '
Per cent in five years, which CCC at Plant City, effective May 1. Lltchfleld R. "fcy Parme- road. I SHARP INCREASE State's Attorney A. S. Crew ,

onsldered 'In the transportat- NEARKINGSLEY Mr. Harvey has been the agent James F. Truest ter INCAS, USE yesterday said that the sprint
Industry as unusual."wards' STATE TO REPAIR term of circuit court, conveninghere
here for the past seven years when O. Harold Pearce N. 8., Parrlah.
skillful .supervision TO WORK ON STATE be was promoted from the position ROAD IN CITY I I l FIGURES FOR BRADFORD May 6, will witness the third
bus garage,' in OFFICER trial of Mandel Scoby Tampa ball s' t ''
which nearly PARK of messenger out of Plant City.: UP ONE-THIRD IN s
knees snaiatalned. '-. School Gets Money r \bondsman charge of aiding lathe '
has UT8'Althou..b The advancement to the Plant JOHNS GETS DEPARTMENTTO MARCH .
1 brought the Motor Transit a escape of Harry SiUmore, International
is considered quite TAKE OVER PART
Pwy to the attention of other a definite site has not City office and his many Bradford County's school system OF 48 f Figures released1 this week by Jewel thief, from the,
for Speed
station companies which yet been selected it Is likely that promotion congratulating this week received a Federal grant ,the, Department 'of Agriculture State Prison Farm two years ago t t

'Placing electric trolley. with the Civilian Conservation Corps friends here are although of $1,000. Twenty-seven counties Representative Charley'E:, Johns i showed an Increase of mor1 than Two previous trials In circuit '

pun buses Camp to be established near him on the appointment leave Starke.!' shared In the distribution of $175,- wrote yesterday from Tallahassee :thirty-three per cent In Bradford court here' have resulted In a hung ,

Starke will be situated, ,east of they bate to see him office 000 la Federal funds, according! to I atsting that he- had been successful i,County gasoline consumption for jury each time. It le alleged by e

lClinys To Klngsley Lake for the purpose of Service at the express stay, an announcement by Glenn B. ;getting the State Road Depart- March as compared with April. the state that Scoby drove the automobile ,
Move Back Speed's
here was good during Jacksonville, Florida
developing Cold Head Branch State outside Calmes of ment to take over and maintain This Is the most marked Incfeasethat : that picked Sltamore up ''

bite? many S. Blends here of Pro(i Park, according to information but he also and had distinguished time for manya ERA director of education. the part of Road 48 that Is .within has been reported for,jnany I after the jewel thief escaped from

S. Dowling and dauhdaugh -I I furnished the Telegraph this week activities team by his workIn the city limits of Starke. months. ,' the prison hiddenunder the hood of aSfa

led to, of Jasper will be In. by Major I>R. M.: Howell of the Starke baseball box. B. E. ,JolllPDle8 This stretch of road, about April saw 57,256 gallons of gasoline truck. .
learn that they expect Fourth Corpa Area In Atlanta. the pitcher's three-quarters of a mile Is la bad used in this county, while The only murder case on the }
ba the back to their home here. The camp should be occupied The body of B. E. Jolly of Tampa shape now and Mr. Johns says that I' the figures for March: reported a docket Is that ,of Julia Cunnings

the next few weeks. within two months, It Is said; awl J ont:" RemodelingThe Seaboard Air Line Railway the department has promised to consumption of 17,362I'11on.. bam aegress. charged with stab

. past several month, will consist of 200 men. Jones funeral conductor, who died'on bis run start repair work at once. Similar Increases were reported,I blng to death Lee Hurd, also color

of DoWling hlu been UDder tbe DeWitt undergoing C. a thor In Arcadia on April lev was takento .I from all parts of tbe state with ed, two weeks ago In an argument. r .
throat specialists In Jack- home is now home for the announcement that sales for over a dog. !
Waldo his former ,
IlIe SupperThe
Sponsor. and when com- Graham
and> remodeling
U U expected.that ough burial. The conductor leaves a last month ran the highest since I v..

IIIUI at speed the entire summer Hampton canning center is pleted will have an attractivebrick are 'widow,'a eon his mother Mrs Ella A. V. Reese evangelist, Is conducting March, 1024. with 23.711.378: gallons I BANK'CLOUD TODAY. n
their home Saturday afternoon front.' The insiderooms revival at the Graham being sold aDd the state collecting Th. Bank .
I oa Walnut sponsoring a supper Jolly and a sister Mrs. W B. Harvard a of Starke will be closed
while Prof. DowltDg Is- renting at :S I o'clock to raise funds+j being redecorated and furnish more space room both of Miami.. and two I Baptist Church. The services wUl $1,799.796.34 In tax revenue today in observance. of national '

t. from his throat 'all- to be used equipping the canning Is being taken In to brothers. continue for,.,about tea day., .. .Vamotkal Day. +'
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;C. Community HappenIngs Items Us by Must Tues. Reach Noon .

li Telegraph By Special Writer* Live -

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---- .. -- -' ---- M. M. Parrtsh, Gainesville City Pump Co
___.... -- -- ', dated April I 23rd. 1010. In that Mrs.
ear) Federa- fire protection al T
I I Florida appar itua
and Johnnie Green of Umatilla NEJV RIVER certain l cause therein lately pendingbetween la new president,
HIGHLAND Federal Land Bank of f the world-has big .
BROOKER and O E. Crosby CorrespondentRev. URrownlea tion Garden ,Clubs.and frOll
Mrs. .
were guests of J. A. Harnage Columbia. Plaintiff and Much S. '
Forestry service
CorrespondentF. from
M. E. Crews, and Inca Dourherty.. Widow
Mis Vera Onlney. CorreapondtBaxterL4wrs and were accompanied of Starke undersigned, In Chancery nla etc
family Sunday W Ti McGuire Defendant, the for Bradford (County ,
-- I M. Crews-rt;; ;; the week-end home by Mra. W. H. Groves filled his regular appointment at who Mauler wee therein In Chancery appolnetd to aa executethe Special dated April therein Mrd 1835 lately. In pending that-
certain cause
and Mrs. R. P. Lewis announce with relatives In Starke.L. and children who have been visiting the Christian Church at Long same, will, on Monday. the 8r4 betweenths Federal Land Rank
Mr. Jacksonville
of legal W.
Goldman and sons night Sunday of June, 19.16. duringthe Columbia. Plaintiff and O.
day of
their Bridge Saturday ,
of : New
.' the marriage business visitors here here. houra of pale before the Court Burney et al. Defendant, the un- I Kidneys
Beulah to Grady Baxter were and Sunday night Houne Door, In Starke, Florida, nellto derMitned who wan. therein appointed
daughter. Thurda ". Mrs. Carrie Browning and children Mott and children -I and bent Milder, for In Chancery,
and Mra. J. D. ) Mr. and Mra. Jim the highest a* Special Master meld a yuue &.
Mr. & '
ion of- Mrs. Lacy Norman and Miss of Raiford were the guestsof Mrs' G. W. Sapp and each. the following described land to execute' the name will., nn Monday Kidney. for new one:y1e4 I
of Brooker, Monday and and being In Bradford of June, 1938, during _
Baxter both visitors to L Edwards, .situate, lylnff" the 3rd. day l.IoaIbptridofNlilht busman N
April 23. The young Avie Norman were Mr. and Mrs. children of :Brooker attended County, Florida, to*wlttNortheast I the legal hours of sale, beforethe DisslneHL Rbenmatlsm' BunU Itua.iu,4CYSThXteamreet .
Afternoon Lawtey Saturday. Sunday. Sunday.Mr. quarter of Southwestquarter Court Houe door. In SterkelFlorida AokUtjf.*o comet f un.li.wu1 W l
In at
couple will make their home Ilughay! AuatU church Long and Northwest quarterff Hell\ to the highest and bentbidder See the ...
and '
Elzle Austin Mra. Reba Crawford and chil- and Mrs. M. L. Johns' and ftoutheaet quarter and Went h. the following' de '
Brooker. attended the Lawtey Spring Festival dren and Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Con- children spent Easter visiting relatives half of Northeaxt quarter ofSoutheast i cn'd being In Bradford q taI
StewartMeOauleyMiss Monday night. I ner were the guests of Mr. and, at Tarpon Springs. quarter quarter Houtheaet and Southeast quarter County. Southeast Florida quarter. to-wlti of:Southwest

Willene McGauley, daughter 1>.a'. and Mis. Nelson T. Green Mrs Felix Sapp Sunday. Mr. and Mrs; Lamar Butler and and Kant half of Bouthw. quarter: and Went half of South- OVt.R WORkr
r children of Starke spent Sun ..", quarter of Southeast quarter went quarter of Southeast quarter :.
of Rev. and Mrs. O. E. McGau- and H. C. Wim- J.' C. and Ella Mae Sapp spent baby of Lake Butler were visiting all In Section 11, Town- Section 1, Township .C South
Icy and Paul Stewart ton of band day here with Mrs. the week-end with their brotherInjaw Rev. and Mr.. C. C. Butler and whip S South Range SI Eaat Range 21 Kant, containing 60, NERlfSUP

Mr*. E. T. Stewart. were berly and family.Starling of Clay and sister Mr. and Mra. family Sunday: with containing the appurtenance 1(0 aeren, Said .Bale with acres the, appurtenance SaId Hale to

quietly united In marrage Thursday Miss Frances with Albert Williams of Jacksonville. Misses Rena Jordan Nina and to be made pursuant to said Decree .- be made pursuant to said Decree toaatIttY
Hill spent the weekend Jordan to antlafy the same and coat and coat
the same
11 at Gainesville Nona Whitehead George
evening, April Mrs. Maxie Carter. Mr. and Mra. B. M.. McRae and E. K. PERHVMAN.Aa K. K. FERRYMAN,
Mr.' and Mrs. Stewart are I her sister and C. M. children were guests of J. A. Har- i A.,B. Whitehead Mr. and Mrs. O. Special; \Master In Cthancery. An Hpeclal' Master In Chancery.
their home in Brooker, Mrs. H. C. Wimberly B. Crosby antf Mrs J. L. Johns 4-28-6t-II-24. 4-28-St.S-.i4.
J I to Starke and family Sunday.Mlas
vlxltors nage -
Griffin were
-- the visited the airport. at. Starke SunHeilbronn MAHTKK'M SAI.RNOTICK ItIAIiTIiJH'M SAUIO
Hazel /Sapp: spent
to report that day afternoon. ,le hereby given that under given that under -
We are very aorry Unnda.v.L. to his Reddish NOTICE I I" hereby
Grant returned week-end with Miss Hazel 'Wiggins and hv virtue of a Flnnl Decreeof of Final Decreeof
Mr, George Baxter la on the sick Mr. and Mfs.. M. F. and renderedby and by virtue a
Zephyrhllla Saturday aft- Foreclosure made Forecloaure made and rendered
at -
lint at thla writing. We all wlHh home here. were the Easter. guests of relative the Honorable A. A. Adklnn''by the Honorable A. Z. Adklns,
er a several month's stay GRAHAM at Morrlston. Judge of the Circuit Court of the21th. Judge of the circuit Court nf the
him a speedy recovery. services were held at le.. Judicial Circuit of Florida. In I Circuit'of Florida. In
Regular Mr*. I.. C. 1I.1t.. C rren o < 26th
Mr. and Mra. A. B. Crosby and Baptist Church Sun- Quito a few from here attendedthe and for r.iadford County Ill Chancery and for Bradford County In Chancery
laat the Highland Festival In Stark< dated April Surd 193J In that dated April I3rd 1935 In that
of Jacksonville spent E. God- Roberts of Brookir Strawberry lately
children day morning with Rev. S. Mrs. Leola certain cacao therein pending certain cause therein lately. pending
week-end here as guest of her parents win In charge.Mr. and Mrs.. Lillian Conway of Palat- \last week. between The Federal Land Bankof between The Federal Land Hank
and Morton
, Mr. and Mrs L. R. Galney. and Mrs. Ellery Groves, T. ka, were visiting their Misses:!! Lena and Neletha Laven- IV Oloott Columbia and, Plaintiff his. wife, Harriett N. of Crosby Columbia et al.,Plaintiff Defendants and, the Raymond undersigned

A large crowd from around here T. Blackburn and E. P. Dinkins Mrs. C. Fogg last week mother'l der and Ernest Lavender of Pine Olcott. Defendant, the undernlgned .- who was therein. appointed IISpeol..1

,'iI. attended the Strawberry Festival of Lawtey were visitors here Sun Miss Fabria Dempsey Level are visiting their grand parents Special, who Master wa therein In Chancery appointed to execute a the Master name., will In Chancery on Monday to, the execute ad

In Starke laat week. ton Is visiting her brother and sls- Mr and Mrs. R. F. Merritt the name, will, on Monday the3rd day of "un.e. IMS. during; the.}legal.!
the "
June, 1936, during
of .
The Bradford County Singing day.Mr. Dinklns of and Mrs, W. C. here this week. day the hour olealebefore tne court nounnrtnor.
and Mrs. Wilford ter-ln-Iaw ; legal hours of Bale, before i Florida sell to the
the' In Starke TO
with la
, Convention will convene Sanford spent Sunday here with Dempsey this week.J. I I Court Houae door In Starke.. FlorIda I'highest; and beet bidder for cash, your ears
Brooker Baptist Church next Sunday 1. ...1110 the htKhort end n "t bidder tliu follow Ins described. lands, situate every verve at Ugh u
29. There will be an all Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Norman. H. Surrency was B businessvisitor Springs for rash the following described lying and being In Bradford No wonder yon ana).at tin
April and being .
, ., day singing with dinner on theY Mrs. Elsie L. Nenbeth Mrs. H. to Starke Saturday. MIs Thelmu Khoden, Cor. In Bradford lands, situate County lying Fltu'Ida, to-wlt. ( ...lntv. Florida to-wlt of: SOllthwe"t'Iuart..r and bark at the chudreo

Is Invited to C Wimberly, Miss Ethel Ricks Mr. and Mra. R. M. Johnson of Beginning at the NE corner of Southeast of quarter Section 2. Township 6 Watch out I Oven
Everybody of Baker Coun-
\ ground. und C. M.: Cirlfda were visitors to the Waldo section were visitors Mra. Ida Harvey w'1."ffp South of Section Kanvn Il2 I Smith Range 21 East containing sMrma may lead to Sleep)*
with 6
S!+ attend. ty la epeudingthla week here 40 acres, SJSM. Nervous Headache, Sm
Mrs. L. H. Futch of Lawtey was Starke Friday. hero Saturday.' Mr. and Mra. F, B. Robinson. rode Put,, thence thence run South Went 60 II.rods 2-3 with the appurtenances Said sale eon Indigestion and a hat i

l' visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Dora Byrd Mrs. Fanny Mrs: C. Fogg and Mrs. Leola Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Kite and thence Weat S3 1-9 rode to Went. to be to made satisfy pursuant the same to and said costs.Decree ether unpleasant dittnrtiai

I*. A. CroHby. here last Sunday. Grlffls and Albert. Osteen were I Roberta and Mrs. Lillian Conwayand Thelma Rhoden were visitors to line .of South, said Si quarter rode to S..Uon.I'eno. South, I H. K. PBItnYTUAN. Why don't you try Dr. HiBsTMrrwesfrt

Mr. and Mra L. R.. Waters an<" visitors hi'ro Monday. Mrs.. C. B. Roberts, Mrs. Jackaonvllle''last Monday.Mr. line' of said. quarter aettlon A. Special. Master In ( hanc..ry.4286t.6U. Nerrfaie Table! !

attended church services .. ... Rivera were shopping in of thence Bunt 80 rode to East line lost one fat a half gigs
1.: children - ---- --- George and Mrs. R. P. Taylor
eectlon, thenceNorth !
of said quarter water aaakes a pleasant, ipaj
I In Alachua Sunday. GUlJBRANCII GaineHVllle ThursdayMrs. Jacksonville'were visiting here one 80 rod. to point of begin' 10 TMPl HOI.ItKIt OKtl Dn-\nf"OIiU' drink nodi
of 8R", 'M I'Y Kl.ltllllll. HOM: >*| Wig d.UghtfollyM ,
ning. West I. of NU/ .4
r' Cor. :etta Reynolds and son J. day last week. I.
Mlsn Elizabeth Hurling, oantax.d nerves
'! ZIFP- ?f ttpcttnn 23. Township fi South F" advised that at 10 A. M. on May
W. and Mra. F. M. Reynolds wentto Mr. and Mrn. M. Rhoden spent Flange 23 East and containing. 8, 193D, the undersigned will\ open Dr. KiloB' Melvin fa _

;" Biles Yale Mae Lewie. CorrespondentI'lulgfltMuilll Mr. und Mrs J. D. Dobbs Jr., Jacksonville Wednesday. Sunday at Brooker with Mr. and 50 acres, more or lent, Said hale to and consider sealed offerings, .of ..... fa two forma Liquid*
... with the appurtenancee PKAHForm COUNTY BBKUNDINO
I:.' -- and children; and! Mrs. Carl Dobbs Mrs Eva Strickland and Mrs. Mrs. C. C. Melvin.. b. made pursuant to said Decree to, ROAD KONDH, 'dated January 1, EfforrMOHtt Tablet. Botita
l ,, all of Ralford were the guests of Ida Jones were visiting their sister D. L. Kite: was a business visitor HatlHfy the same and coats 1914 which offering shnutd be addressed the aatn* soothing cd'11M .
II. K. PEHRYIIIAN.A. to the undersigned, and beIdentiritMl at drag ttm
" ; Miss Elva Mann daughter of Mr. J., A. Harnage and family Mrs. Florrie McKlnney In to Olustee. Sunday morning. Special Mauler In Chancery. on the face of the envelope your

;I Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle Mann of this Sunday. Staike Thursday. l-5t--24./ with the following\ word.: w -
II M'I'I.It' Hll.B -ofr-rlii< of It oad fundlngI
. section and Mr. Coleman Padgett Mr. and )ttll. Clarence HutchInron : J. A. Waddln of Patterson, Ga., NOTirn U hereby given that under M ''''I'Io'It'I 11.\1..: I I I FlundH Offers. must he firm for at '
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pad spent the week-en: with Mi. made a brief visit with his parents, and l>y virtue. of a final Decreeof NOTICM In hereby given that under Ipnst ten. day.. In order .to he considered //f
. I'Vreclnnui. made and rendered virtue of Final Dogree .
married 'e and by H
gett of Ziff were quietly and M... J, F, thaw, of the State and friends Sunday afternoon. Hi by the Z. Adklnn of FoiecInsure made and rendered Hoard of County Commissioners, I Ir
;; r Saturday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. Farm. has five more weeks of sr.hool and Judge of the t'Ircult Court of the hv the Honorable A. Z Ailklnn?. Bradford" County, I
d The Rev. O. E. McGauley of 16th Judicial Circuit of Florida. In Judge of the Circuit Court of the Starke, Florida.
,6' Mr. \V'u H.: Groves, William Lat- reports a very successful! term. und for Jiiadfuul County In ChanT 2Uth Judicial Circuit of Florida, In I 11./-Pe.
.' Brooker,. performed the ceremony .

., at the home of the bride's parents
i Only a few Intimate friends of THE FAMILY ,NEXT DOOR I

'I!, the family and relatives were prey '_ __... _____-. -ao' ,
'\I, ent. .
+ .
Sir and Mra. will make .
Mr. Padgett
:;r.. their home here. They have 1 a HCR! IT.14 6lvtNCNAND ,
THAI WIFE 0f MIN! N0T BREAK AWAY *ROM'a"T wH f"' A' MM OT: Ht% .' ) 0\ :..tll'1 r
, :. number of friends and relatives .
bt. .
large .. .
who wish them much huppiMrs. .;,
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F. W Reynolds and chil GOOD AND LOAFER. EN? 1 ,.1 THOUGHT \n "'ICTi'j.

liil dren of Graham were visiting her TIRtD HE MN'T SO STILL eSINGIt1 nut I!

parents Mr and Mrs. J, B. Thomas Il $RIGHT! H! L '.5eA
over the week-end. I 1

, .: Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and q. D. "
,tic sons L. O. and Johnnie ant *

""rir daughters. Mines Lula Mae Lewla I 1

and Mra. Irvin Dyal and Mlsa Hazel Is, '
k Thomas attended the birthday 1 r' r

;n dinner given Sunday by Mr. and I

K> Mrs.. Mallory Thomas for W. F I

. Johns..

, I A large crowd attended a dance i

'& at the home of &II..a Haxef Thomas I j

' \ last Saturday night. I 11 q

.Y' Mlsa Iris Palmer of Fairbanks 4

'\1 'was .visiting here Saturduy. 9A1"I

,'\i Mr. and Mi'*. Lonnle. Mann entertained I It'

; with a dance at their -

:,:!;ir to horne; Saturday night.. -;-- 'THE MAIN\ THING ON MAIN STREET' By L. F. Vein: lm_

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heart sank. Quickly he sensed defeat { Ponder reluctantly leave my pet .
and the thought of It crept allover habit of being late. I'I\

df-d his countenance. Backing up X, Ronald Pitta, will to Mitch Edwards I, .

High School Journal aa fast as he could, he mumbled my ability to be exempt in AIR. STRAWBERRY GROWERS I ,
; to himself "Who Is this eras all subjects.To .

fool I know Til never stop him Lillian Sternberg I, :Martha
to do her A ;
either. Tommy knew he could Powell leave my ability
.' stop any normal man that ever senior work well and be In love at j
STAFFgJltare1lln Look! See! Observe! THE BATTLE OF WITS .
stepped on a gridiron, but to cope the same time.I. ,
.W. "ndenoB.3w. (By Letter D. Sehnell) with a fellow under the stimulation, Dorothy Sapp gladly will to \
_. Our Honor Students PART IIICONCLUSIONThe
.. Robert of delirium else Junior who will take It.
.Chlet.a! -- was. something any my PINT STRAWBERRY CRATES WITH DIVIDERS
chapman -
again position as editor-in-chief of the
r __W._irmi Anderson.Btockwoll:: We Give Here the Outstanding game was soon under way Dave had already: stopped, confident newspaper I extend my sympathywith i q

tr dAitor.---: 1'DUta.. Hershtiertpjpment granderr ; Student. In Each Branch of and to make a long story short of the winning touchdown, this bequest.I. AND CUPS COMPLETE 11

_Editor --: ti.T"r: School Work the Scarlet were ahead at 8-0 In and waa now waving toward the Ruby Shaw bequeath to Hugh '; ,j
the third'quarter with two minutes section of the stands. where Betty Walters by genius for translating .
any and Fr.neai apCadme: We !give here what might be left to play. It was a real .' Latin. ,

called statistics. We are printing knockdownanddragout: affair.' satIn the meantime, on down the I. Lo-jlse Snyder, hereby leaveto I '; ;;

EDITORIAL [ the names .of the student who Both teams had been fighting' field came the Steamer not seem Alice Royaler my red hair\ providing 29cEACHNo
made the best average atj highest tooth and nails and the half-crazed
I Ing to notice Tommy at all, but she will keep a permanentIn
wonder that {High School honors In the different branches Psychopaths seemed to have a pushing straight toward him .like It and set In curls every week.I .

tlah U required for graduation of education here at the Bradford Blight edge on the rough stuff. a freight train\ -.35-yard-lint. 3Oyardllne Lamar Smith leave my laziness
Many of us do County High School. Neither team had first .
high school. gained a and gaining speed. Tommy to Hugh Walters.I
MUM bow important it t. in- The following four students down except through penalties. .caught a glance of Dave trot Ivan Sponholtz leave my high Limit, One or a Million \

Is too late. Itywere us made an "A" .(90-100 per cent) Th stubborn Psychopaths defense ting over to the sidelines and to voice to Johnnie Rea Cone. : :
\\d not study It If not' average for the whole four yearsof proved to be too much for even Be ty. his supposed brtde-UHbe. To Eearnestine Anderson I. Irma .. .(
i because so much time Is high school. Jessie Mae BraDen the well drilled Scarlets. So far Hla mind was blank except for two Stockwell leave my ability to .,rr; .f i,

Cm I It. Have you ever .top- Dorothy Marwlck Dorothy they) had smeared every trick play though. get A's In psychology and "my JOE HARRELL, JR.. MGR.\ CRATE DEPT. J
Via think wbat It means to UI T Sapp and Louise Snyder. the Scarlets had tried before It "Well it looks like we're about way" with Governor Howard.I .

every day life we use thou* The following made highest averages was started. Playing quarterbackfor licked, and I !guess the girl Is gono Mignon Slsson bequeath my ,, /
words. We need to knowS In the Psychological test the Scarlets was Tommy Baker now." ability to stay out of trouble to .

speak correctly not only which was !given here last week. -only a common drug' store' The crowd was on its feet shriek Mitch Edwards.I LAWTEY LOADING & SHIPPING'COVLawtey : '; '

te correctly became we do This type of examination Is !given clerk but captain and quarterback ing. Everyone had sensed the outcome Percy Sullivan will to Jim '''It 1'

[ch more talking than writing to.all freshmen at colleges or of this Scarlet eleven that as the Steamer closed In on Moore Edwards my poetic voice.I I.

f we apply for a position,and seniors 111'high school had been given the fight of their Tommy who was''standing on the Allma Thornton will my extreme Florida

incorrect English the man( Blake Jackson Frances Cadman, life here tonight. He had played a 10-yard-llne. TCI rimy, however, nosiness to June Whltfleld.

does not want us because 1 1is he Jessie Mae Brannen. Irma Stock- spirited game but was unable to had a very keen-.mInd. Suddenly; I, Ed Torode, leave my "way .A f" .!\

if we do not know' enough well Grace Hazen Earnest Morgan break away for any sizeable gain an Idea flashed upon him. Quicker with the ladles" to Joyn Godwin. '1\\ .i'
ut English to speak correctly Louise Snyder Myra Erin The Psychopaths were always In than a wink he acted upon It. JerkIng To Pink Davis I. Ed. Waln

don't know enough to, carryon Edward Wainwright and Robert I the way on all sides and three his red jersey off he wavedIt wright leave my position as Mrs FLORIDA NEEDS MORE CONCRETE ROADS :I ID t

work he wants done. Chapman.The I deep. gently In the breeze and nagged Carpenter's pet.I .

IT,are Judged often by the Eng- honor students In typing are Incidentally, the Psychopathshad the Steamer down to a dead stopon Mary Lucille Torode leave my J.

we use, they are sometimes Vonda I man (54 words per minute : the ball on their twenty-yarii- the B-yard-llne just as the finish sunny disposition and ability\ to 1

judged. We are often mlsun- ) and Margaret Hair (39 words line This meant that eight yards gun sounded. make friends to Gullda Marie \' '1

.toad by the use of Incorrect per minute) Margaret started this remained between them and the THE END.SENIOR Thedc. : 1

Ihh Correct English brings course two months late and Is only goal line with two minutes to makeIt I, Anita Wainwright, will my '. ,tl !

,ut a better understanding I in the ninth grade. In. At any rate their safest CLASS WILL-OF 19S1! dignity to Mary Wiggles ., I
I These best students In Shorthand bet would be to freeze to the ball. I, Mary Elizabeth Wynn, will to \
u: .r& TWEEDLEDUMrrofetwors are Joye Grlner (first year) Dave tried a play at the line. No I Madeline Crews my every ready
: We, the class of 1935. trusting
of Knowledge I and Mary E. Wynn (second year). dice. It was cast Iron now He ourselves to be of sound body and smile.
ear Profa: : The following are the outstanding tried again, tried a third time, then ourselvesto I. William Wooten will my abilIty -
m you give me a definition e ee of students In language: sighed. Finally he threw off his sane be mind at last and leaving believing the portals ft to be a senior at such an early j

? I Daisy Bell Dunn (Spanish), Irma headgear and called! for time out. Bradford High School and desir age to Earnestlne Andrews.
Youra truly.Al Stockwell (Latin II), and He slumped down and scratchedhis with Sealed and witnessed this. 18th
to end on
Kay Carlisle Ethyl Taylor (Latin I). head In despair. He had tried ing day of April 1935.
some of our outstanding
-' L. 0., Jones Is the outstanding everything he knew and nothinghad do hereby make public our will.I Frances. Cadman.
Dear Al Kay: student in algebra I and Herbert worked. All he could do ne'\' will .
Grace Adkins / my permanent
ama Is the place where part Packham and Daisy Bell Dunn would be to feed them back another which I guarantee to be lasting Junior-Senior Party
|the family waits while the othi rank foremost In geometry.In punt. But just when he had
to Grace Andrews. Success Friday
i are using the car. fourth year history the honors about decided to give it all up as a I, Leslie Biggs after struggling I Big

Yours truly. go to Jessie Mae Brannen and bad Job he remembered a sub halfback four long years to get to school on an-d
The Profs.. Earnest Morgan. over on the sidelines. He trot: to Marion' .Senior' Will Are I
time, hereby bequeath
The following have won prizes ted over to the bench, stirred tho Williams the perserverance to keep Rend-StudenU Go to Midnight -

nMt Profs: and contests this year: fellow out of a peaceful slumber, the struggle.I Show
he depression baa hit me bard Jessie Mae Brannen and Frances and pushed him out on the playIng up -
wt my job and went back tou'a Cadman (Essay contest winners field. He was a rather dull Jessie Mae Brannen will to I The Junior-Senior party came CONCRETE HIGHWAYS
to live. Sent my children ) English. listless/) chap who at once wantedto Audrey Hall my 132 A's which II, off as planned lust Friday, and was
Home and sent .MUdre what the whole thing waa received In High SchooL
I the Orphans Frances Hemingway, know a big success.
wife back to her mothe1"1.1 Hundley Simeon Phillips and Sidney about. This fellow was altogether I, Gilbert Brown, wish to leave i By six o'clock everyone had PAY FOR THEMSELVES '.

t shall become, of me Hershfleld (Quartet winners, normal in appearance but when Olen Bedenbaugh my smile which gone to the lake. At seven supper ,
Youra truly, under the psycological charms the girls. and after that the
dee dub.) placed proper was served Three reason why concrete Is the ferior surfaces.The saving Is !.
John Smith. We hope the senior class of 1936 Influence he had the foolish\ To Ions Tillman I. Frances Cad Senior class Will and Prophecy
will likewise bring honor and idea that he was a steam locomo man bequeath my giggle and I also were read to the enjoyment and moM economical pavement gas,oil.tires and car repairs. tr

John: glory to our old Alma Mater. tive. Such being the case this leave my conceit to be divided : satisfaction of all present. 1. long life sod low uph.p5.. Concrete build. business, profundswblChwouldolb.M1Nb. -

U times get any worse, we ai dr fellow was tagged the "Steamer." among the thirty-nine Juniors.I About nine o'clock the party mote travel A town on concrete ',

) you to give up your car. PERSONALITY SKETCHES Wide awake now the Steamer Audrey Carlisle will to Mary came back to town and at eleven .peatorrepairsmybeusedm Is moved closer to alt 4k.

Yours truly. Melva Crosby began to boll'and yell for action. Sue Mott my contagious grin.I everyone went to the midnight complete our highway system. markets ;
The PJ'ofLDear But Dr. Dave knew his business. 1 It Robert Chapman?bequeath my show ."Love In Bloom," at the
Melva Is a very popular senior.\ was right here he was working ability to bluff the teachers into RItz Theatre. 2. Scientific Investigation; has ADd la addition to these roomyressoo -

Profs: She Is about five feet; five blue Inches what he knew should be a winning thinking I know something about There were more Juniors and proved thai ll costs motorists coecrete pavements give ,

[Please tell me your story GZ .rue tall black wavy lair She Is eyes a trick-A trick that surely would everything to W. T. Weeks Seniors at the show than there up to :2 cents per mile lets to motorlits relaisiion comfort

as and your life jtoriea. and fair complexion.the Senior Girls Glee put that ball over the double stripe I, Melva Crosby will my heightto had been at the party at the lake drUe on concrete than oa In ...sad SAFETY!
Yours truly. member of and Into the pomlaed land. Virginia! Wiggins.To Everyone had a good time and enJoyed +
Ruby fcmaw.: Club. Her likes are:dislikes studying A the sound of the time-in whistle Dorothy White I. Inca Derop- both entertainments "An Open Letter to Henry Ford" I I. a booklet worth bsvlog. 1/'. fREEI
going to and school.history.Her Dave called his boys into a sey, will my much talked about diamond i Pun this touftn tn a ftilmiiftj 1tA.nc..penl
Dear Ruby: working final huddle. ring.I HONOR ROLL FOR APRIL "

In 1909 two bright eyed boy Belle-Norman "All aboad," he said, and cupping Joe Edwards leave my dancing (Unfortunately we are unable to !rP "RTlACEMrnTASS i
CurrM '
re born. They showed superior In the his hands close to the Steam ability to Woodrow Holllngs- print the high school honor roll Hurt Bid,., Atlases Ga ;
Itelllgence and when they were This baby girl was born er's ears he whispered "Remember worth. but will try to have It In next Send Freei "Aa Open Litter' to Henry '01'''."
Lt two old could gyp aflser Norman home May 16 1915. Although the Old Coast Line Railroad I, :Merrill Edwards, will to A. W.
years she Is very'small she I Is to play football week's paper). .1 Numt..............ee..1.....
out of his money. At rev A sudden change came over the Anderson my ability Sixth Grade
teen they were forced to hit the popular. She Is about five feet Steamer's face. His eyes lit up, In a big way. Jack Halle Lewis Starling Alma SINN.....................u.Clry .

ad and they went from house to three Inches tall and Is a blond a broad smile appeared and I. Guy Frlgo bequeath by nosl- Johns Carolyn Keene. Ruby ..Suit....... ...... .
use to get food. They joined up She is a member of' the Senior strange look of Intelligence came ness to John Godwin. IUcox. Alta Smith Edward : +

nth eight other boys. At one Girls' Glee Club. Her likes are over him. Dave knew here that ,, I, Myra Frlnk, will my height of Barnes Earnest Davis Billy Grlffls -

case a cook gave them some bis- studying, school swimming and half the trick was over Thtgamer'a five feet, three Inches and my Irvin Tillman Snooky Corpen-
Its which were baked. by A rape dancing. Her dislikes are history ( arms began pumpinglike place In Glee Club to Vonda In- Ing Grace Due Helen Dowlln.T rTr /,

that was never tried before. working and stuck-up people: the pistons on the locomotive man. Ferol Jones Frances Overstreet k1

tieae two heroes were then the that he thought he was. Fronds I, Myrna Frank will' to Joy. Frankie Ritch, Louise Stern, and i.g
le survivors within twenty-four Percy Sullivan lips came the noise of escaping Inner my moods.I Mary Lorraine Stockwell.
ours:> Let me state hero that This bashful senior boy was steam. Dave laughing' under, Leecy Fogg bequeath to Ree ta

ese two boys were none other born Feb. 25, 1916 and now he his, breath let him' boll for a moment Thede my innocence. I Fifth Grade

ian the two famoua professors has grown to the height of about pushed his men Into a run I, Eloise Fomby, will my shy I' Enos'Hayes,, Jr., Othma Haynes ass
he professors were sleeping one five feet eight inches. He has f1x.g: formation. and called the ness to Lillian Stemlwrg in hopes Joe Allen Lander Freeman 1rf
fternoon of river black and fair The center stot the that It will help her tv..come her
on the banks a black hair eyes snap signals. Register, Jr., Jacqueline Andrews,
hen Beezlebum was struck with. complexion. lie is very studious.He ball straight at the Steamer who timidity. Carrie Belle Bennett Dorothy

n Idea. likes studying school, manual caught it on the run and lucked it I, Bonnie Lee Ford hereby will Crcon, Darroh Jones Shirley More

It Is plain by his present con- training. His dislikes .are: Girls, under his left arm. Pumping hla my quietness to Raymond Plum- .an. Geraldine Silcox. Bertice 811rox -.

it Ion that something must have and stuck-up people. right arm vigorously and hissing I and Selma Thornton. ..
(ruck him. Thin was hla Idea: To like a steam locomotive, he started mer.To Lucian Alvarez I, Joe Griffin i "

}uy. swipe, or steal some chicken; Guy FrIG around left end. Following will my place In the Senior Clara I Fourth rate I :; tea,

Led them pop' corn and sell the Guy was born Sept. 7, 1916, nan close behind him not in front was If he Is lucky enough to pass. Joe English, rII
\\XS* for six-bits a piece as Mexlm grown to the height of about five Dave.) As the Athens defensiveend I, James Hair', leave to A. W. Donald Bagwell Elnora
Olin White
' Jumping beans. AU went well: feet six inches taIL He has brown came in to make the tackle, Anderson my extraordinary singIng Keeffce Pitta Marjorie Davis Ruth!: off these
die BcerUbum was struck by anther hair and gray eyes fair complex- Dave cupped his hand and shouted ability. Stockwell Fay
brilliant Idea, he fed the Ion. His likes are: swimming,, "C wcatcber .* Waving his hips, I, Grace Hazen\ will to Dorothy Powell. Kathleen FAMOUS
Andrews George
Joe ,
thickens chile beans. Alas, all ofPie dancing, and basketball. His dislikes the Steamer threw this one for aroll White my poetic ability.I Yarbrough Gri fin, Vernon
chicken froze to death. We are: studying and history In an easy manner. The fullback Frances Hemingway will my Flynn Jimmie Sara Barefoot. Gloria Buford < MAGAZINES 0 .
ext went Into the newspaper busieaa closed in on him from behind fascinating way. to' Dorothy Claire Ida Lulu Davis Dorothy Lee and
we were park cleaners who ,Ronald Pitta and again Daveshouted "Cow Klckllter. Katherine
[leaned up the newspaper scatter- This handsome senior was born catcher He merely swayed his I, Sumter Harley, will to you. Johns. Patsy Barbara Snow Clarice NEWSPAPER

rl I around One day by sheer luck January 9, 1915. and has grown hips and knocked him out of his Simeon Phillipst-ny, luck of get- Klnlaw Thomas.. Verlena, Phillips, Nina THIS

fweedledum was struck by an Idea to be about five feet nine inches way. Straight flown the field he -'ng an ace In the- hale. Bishop, Doris Mae Gaffney, and ONE FULL YEARMcCALC3MACAZINIIYr.
(which accounts for the knot on tall and weighs about 130 pounds. steamed, slapping them out of hisway To Raymond Plummet I, Keeffee Jessie Mae Slade.

II head). His Idea waste go to- He: la interested In football and waan ; right and left. Finally hexalghtarmed : Harrell will my abUlty to crack CROUP A CHOOSE 1 W CROUP B CHOOSE I"

) the show business, We applied end on the B. H. S. football the two halfbacks : jokes.I Second Grade "
"r this kind of job and got ones team of 1934He Is a member I and Dave losing ground but still. ; Sidney Hershfleld bequeath to
ihoeman at a restaurant yea Glee Club. His likes' lowing, shouted "Coast Is clear. Simeon Phillips my romantic ten Paul Andrews Oleeta Green Wese'.World,1Yr.
t shooed the files out of l the Boys dancing eating Full steam ahead But the coast or voice.I Mack Futch Betty Hayes, Bryan rtctorul; Review,i ......,1Y'. HenMhoM" M.c-il- ...1Yr. e
are: Swimming Way back Holllngsworth. will Harrell Garnlta Hutto Gene Noe- MYSTERY 1D.t.ctir.< ) ,..1Yr. CapNe'sFsrsv.iye.:
clear. Elizabeth
Yours truly and the !girls, his dislikes are was not quite gal, Barbara Keene, Betty McRae, lute Homes I ft c.ds.I Yif Progressive Feme* .,..2Yr,*.
The Profs. ;hoot, ,vocational civics and his I there playing safety was Tommy to Mary Wiggins my slim figure.I Whltfleld. Dorothy Wil- HOME MACAZINI ,...1 Yr. Home Circle .........I Vr.llluilr .
--. tory I Baker, last man on the defense, Mildred Hundley leave my Roberta $por.. A'i.'" P..........lYr. .l,d MechMic. ...1 Yr.
:MRS. KINCAID-S ROOM who had seen all the proceedingsand ability to play the rule of a blushIng llama, Harold Crews Mary Crews, H NEW MOVIE ....f..lYr. The Farm |eer.-|......IYr.,
Mrs Kincald entertained her Donald McIUe I: knew what It mean. HisShe old maid to 'CUine: Wynn.I. Edna Moseley Lucille Bowers, hshfind.r (W.kly" ) ....IYr. The CiMHtry Horn.....) Yr.
lass Blake Jack.tln.'wUJ my boyish Lyle Anderson Lewis Smith Mildred \ B TOWER RADIO' .......1 y,. ? Morlwri HMM Lire...I Yr.
with hunt
"e an Easter egg at To Mi-, and Mrs. M. J. McRae I to Pink Davis.I Beck and Mathew McKinney Good Stories ..........I Yr. O Smtkere. Afn-ultw-it..,I Yr.
City Park Friday morning at was born a black-headed baby boy Is very good In dramatics andhas naive; looks bequeath SERENADE le vest o'clock. Many bright col- March 19. 1918 and now although taken part In many plays presented Geraldine John-i Jernlgan' Fine radesAngelene Op** Road (loy" ,) ......2Yr.. r-noiiig.,...,IVr. l'
red eggs were found and a prize studious and a big in chapel. Her likes are: my ability to put on weight N-.dl-crtfr' ...........1 IYr. Howe friend.) ..........IYr.
small Is very
ven to Ralph Alvarez for hav- school. He Is a member Swimming eating. talking and :acertain and my popularity to Virginia Thomas Frank Me-
g found the moat eaafot they kelp of to the the Glee Club and was a brunette boy at the State Wiggins. Henney Clara Sweat J, R. Mann' Check 2 Magazines that (x) Check / Magazine bull (a) J,
Kite, bequeath to Irene Howard Ben Kite Joan Do-
The prize for the !girls was player on the football team. His Farm. I, Harold .....i ...............................
'n by Elaine Wynn my friendliness. brow. Bobble Edwards
Margaret Montleth.' Micr eat.1D1r. *
Mouse Ice cups were served to likes are dancing and ,a swimming certain black- Alma Thornton I, Donald McRae will backwardness Tomllnson. Alvin Crews, O. W. MAIL THIS COUPON NOWIGUARANTEED !
singing freckled face to Jim .Richard Jackson Carolyn
wit senior and McKenney,
thirty-two after which headed'girt' in the tenth grade.His Alma la a very popular Green Josephine Johns Robert Ca..h She tffcraein_ ......4 ... ...... a..west
ames were she Is five feet four Inches Moore Edwards.I .. i
enjoyed, and a good dislikes are}school and studying.Irma girl w---_ rill Ml I.U---I
'' Ernest Morgan) extend to the Johns Jean Mann. Marlon
'Me wan had by all. tall weighs about 110 pounds I Y
Stockwell black hair and brown eyes fair Junior Class my sympathy and encouragement Manning Eunice Orlffls Wesley .._' I ........ .___ .l.... ......
*inn and pretty. She leave them my ability Schuler Hazel Field. Mary Beth w ... ..._ ei-e_ ar..r id .tea a .,...
aeroplane of ilay'delliped This beautiful senior blond was, complexion very Lewis Get. + e.-n.- M yaw ->.>-..
"0 Knight Agnes Bradley
modeled by'Leon and 1918 and has la a member of the Glee Club. Alma to get A's.I. 1
rion Manning born March of five feetfour Is very shy and quiet but hasmany Carra Belle 'Norman will my get, Mary. Alice Yarbrough,.Billy ..... .
was placed on exISti to the height
grown and Wanda Pearce.
Grlner Overstreet
.* n at the School Booth at the Inches and weighs about 110 friends Her likes are. shows I long golden curl Joye .. .
Packham. leave my ---4 Taxrr oa ..r D
val. and dates. Herdislikes I.
They the honor of being dancing, eating
enjoyed modeling She won
pounds. and the children
to Miss Lilley
official speechmaker
and place as
dry working, studying
senior are ;.
much Ther. are several the "youngest" looking town aim bars
rtt think Olen Belenbaugb from her room enjoyed an Easter
from other roOms'on at Senior Kid Day. She Is a memb.r history IV Alma' shyness I ,
extica at
. I To Robert FBulkeoer I. Charles Egg bunt last Friday noon -.e.,1
al o. of the Senior Girls Glee Club.. :,keeps"her popular.


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PAGE rotmMusical -- -. ---- -- ,
-- ----- ----- White House.
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Lewis-Garber May Day Program To Observe Better Thursday.Miss Mattie Rowe returned to Mrs C. Dinkins Mrs, La

Announced Well AttendedThe Homes WeekThe Sunday Dinkins, and Mrs. A 0,
Engagement her home In Jackonvllle
Better Homes of America days here Starke were shopping i In
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Lewis of May Day program sponsor. American after spendingseveral vllle Tuesday. Jilt
1 ,$ ocictrJ Starke, are announcing the approaching ] ed by the State Board of Health, Association ask the week beginning with friends. -
marriage of their granddaughter with Mrs. J. .Warren as supervisor people observe week. Mrs Lucille Beck who recently
Mills Eleanor Lewis, to which wan given at the high April 28 ministers as Better of Starke have underwent an operation and was LAWTEY

Mr. Charles Leighton: Garber, both school auditorium Wednesday afternoon The to talk on Better confined to a Starke hospital! wad LUNCHAll
of Washington, D. C., the marriage at.,3. o/clock was well attended been requested Sundayand able to return to her- home here
their pulpits Kinds
: Tea Memorial Day Address Will to take place Wednesday ,' <: Homes from of Starke Sunday. Sandwiches
the homemakers Cold
1, at the Congress Heights held at 2 o'clock Tho Rev. James Lyle Is' this Drink
AfternoonThe May A pare nu : urged to SHORT
Given Sunday are
Planned By GroupThe Be and Bradford County ORDERSBock
Baptist Church In Washington, the with the'Rhy:\km Band of the Junior In way week conducting a revival meet-
homes every
Fortnightly Musical Study local: chapter of United pastor Rev. Richardson to off- Music, ct'ot;: Starke. under improve during their the above mentioned Ing at the Baptist ''Church at

group of the Woman' Club will Daughters of the Confederacy will elate. the direcUooHbr Mr. L. A.Cano- possible week.

meet with Its President, Mrs, observe! Memorial Day on Sunday Miss Lewis resided here for va, leading>,the procession, with Mrs. L. A. Davis Is cualrman ol

:' George H. Lowry, this Friday aft. afternoon, the 28th, at four o'clockat some time with her grandparents other children taking part on the Better Home Week for Bradford
:, before going to Washington to re program and uveral gaily decorated assist In R
The to
ernoon at 3:30 o'clock pro Arrangements County and will be glad R 1 j 1
gram for thin meeting will center ,Crosby Cemetery. side, and made a host of friends automobiles- ;following. planning suggesting \or anyway I

,around the Younger Group of Our are under the direction or here who will learn with Interest other The program began with the possible If called upon.
American Contemporary Composers the Chapter Historian, Mrs. L. A. approaching marriage. They Queen, Miss Mary Lucille Torode, .
Davis; music In charge of Mrs. E to visit Mr. and Mrs. Lewis and the King Robert -
, who are beat known by smaller expect of Lawtey Activities
{: works, and will be in charge off : K. Perryman; and the feature,of on their honeymoon which will be Chapman of Raiford, both of whom W. O. W. : Beer Now In Season

f- :Mrs. L. A. Canova The Modern- the afternoon will be the addressby i spent touring this state. were graduated last night' from Friday, night, April 19 All

t \ fats will bo presented by Miss the Rev. B. M. Montgomery, the Bradford High School, taking Friends Camp No. 138, of Starkewas Kitty's Lunch Pioneer Service
r Graves of all veterans will be dec- JIarrington-Williams and being the of :
:Mary Canova. their place on the stage honored by presence
:i\' .' Final arrangements for the Mac orated with flags, flowers and crowned rulers of May Day with SOY. V. P. Miller, State Managerof (SINCLAIR SERVICE'j Station

I,. ,I Dowell Musical Tea, to be held wreaths. Everyone is requested to Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Williams of elaborate ceremonies. Miss To- the Woodmen of the World, of ssF STATION) R. S, ANDREWS,A

\'" ,F next month will be made at this bring flowers tied in small announce the marriage rode wore a blue taffeta empire Lakeland, Sov. H. M. McCulley 223 Temple Ave. Mile N. of Court Ho*

1\.,' meeting. bouquets. their daughter period,gown with: a long train. Financial Secretary Palm etto STARKE
Wreathe will be made by U. D. Mary Gladysto Tralnbearers were Charles County No. 3, Jacksonville, and
jJr C. members on tomorrow (Saturday SOY. Geo. W. Pitts State Head
Knight, and Shirley Montgomery.
i Hr Kenneth Harrington II
) afternoon, at three-thirty, at who each made
I"l. Saturday April 20, 1935 Barbara Jean Johns, and Joe Clerk, Tampa,
" the Methodist Church yard. Farms, Florida. Montieth carried the, crown. very interesting talks at this regular WHITE, HOUSE_ DEL MONTE
l. RITZ THEATRE The marriage of this popular Miss Torode" had as her attendants meeting of the lodge.W. EvaporatedMILK Delicious Bartlrti
.. U. D C. Will Meet young couple took place Saturday MissesMartha Powell, Mignon O. W. members and their

STAnKB FLORIDA May The First afternoon at the residence of Rev. Simon, .jglicabeth Hollings- families have been Invited and will D.

r The local Chapter United and Mrs J. J. Johnson at Penney worth and Irma Stockwell, who attend the evening services Church at the of A PEARSExcellent

PROGRAMBEOINNIXO will Farms, with Rev. Johnson performing wore dresses In pastel colors and First Presbyterian I
Daughter of the Confederacy 5. Full
Starke, on Sunday, May
the Impressive ring cere- each carried a corsage pastel "
: FRIDAY meet Wednesday afternoon, May In the of a few Intimate colored summer flowers. Their attendance la urged and further No finer evaporated for !ilalldt
mony presence
' I[, at four o'clock, at the home of '
4 notice will be given. IRAe or Dessert,
FRIDAY APRIL 26 Mrs. Oeorge B. Flynn. Hostesses: friends of the couple. escorts were Leslie Blggg, Charles milk Is made.

"THE MARINES Mrs Flynn, Mrs Emma Canova The bride la the eldest daughter Pender, William Wooten and Bill THE MISSION HALL Tall No.2

ARE COMING" and Mrs. O. L. Haynes. of Mr. and Mrs. Williams and Yaeger., The Bible Study Tuesday eve- 3 Can jgr Mee tcoNOMr mao||Can, ------ IT 1
has been a resident of Starke since The dental program outlined for ning brought out some facts about -

' Wm. Halneo. Esther Rabton Juniors Entertain Seniors early childhood, and received her the afternoon had as Its title, "The New House" and God's Re-
'f Conrad NagelAI education in the Bradford High "Sells Health 0 Circus," teachingthe covery Plan.
,I : o the Lost City A Comedy The Junior Class of Bradford School. For several years she has development of the teeth. All It is interesting to know that CANNEDVEGETABLE

t; SATURDAY, APRIL :27 High School entertained mem- been very active In Woodmen Circle grades of the school participatedIn the Bible gives directions for build- SALE
" "The Lone Rider" bers of the Senior Class at a picnic work, she has served for the the program,-and Mrs. Jeanette ing a home which will be safe and

1' at King ley Lake Friday afternoon past five years as captain of the< Kincaid was the accompanying pianist secure; one from which If harm -
-- ---
rv Buck Jones I Starke W. C. Degree team, and for the afternoon. A Maypole comes It will not be laid to the -- -- -- -
: and Comedy & The Lout City
The picnic was held at the cottage was a delegate from the Starke dance was given on the stage, door of the owner. FANCY GREEN Per Can Per Dot

: ,: 8UN.-MON., APR. 28291 of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Torode Grove to the State W. C. Convention the: pole beIng.decorated in yellow "When thou bulldest a new LIMA BEANS No. 1 can lOc $1,17
"The Whole Town's and after enjoying a swim, playing held in Orlando last month. crepe paper and the streamers of house then thou shalt make a bat- ,

games, etc., a picnic supper was With her pleasing personality she pastel shaded paper. The Rhythm tlement for thy roof that thou HEINZ Per Con Per Des
; : Talking" served. Following the picnic the has endeared herself to a wide Band favored the audience with a bring not blood upon thine house
'\1,t Edw. O. Iloblnnon-Jeui.Arthur young folks motored back to circle of friends who will regret selection. ,, if any man fall from thence." TOMATO JUICE, 12-oz. can 7'/2c 85c

Wallace Ford Starke and enjoyed the picture, that her marriage takes her elsewhere Deut. 22-8. FANCY PREPARED Per Can Per flea
News--Comedy "Love In Bloom," at the Ritz The- to reside. Observe Fraternal NightThe No nation has yet withstood the!
SPINACH No. 2 8 1.3c 95c
'JI'it. atre. Mr. Harrington and his bride ravages of the Lord's Day desecration can
!t.;; TUESDAY-APRIL SOTII after a short honeymoon trip 10 Starke Grove of tile Supreme -I and no one needs to look far
CASH observed Brockport, Tender, Golden Bantam Per Can Per Dot.
NIGHT-$35.00 FREE Forest Woodmen Circle
iJK Mi s Kelly To points on the Cast Coast, are at to see that little thought is givento
Fraternal night at their CORN No. 2 Can 122c 1.45
. TUES.WED.PRIL 30, May 1 Graduate As Nurse home to their friends at Mayport at this scripture on his subject,
' where they will reside. They havea I regular meeRtng:J'uesday night U doubted the following
"Clive of India" any IONA. Per Tan Per Dot
44' Miss 'Sarah Frances Kelly of host of friends throughout the the Masonic Hall.A references faithfully checked: TENDER CUT

l 1' Ronald Colman-Loretta Young New River, who Is a student nurse tate who will learn with Interest short business meeting was would be reassuring: 1st Kings 9: BEETS No. 2 Can 81.3c 95c

Ji';(' at St. Luke's Hospital, Jacksonville of their marriage and who will held after which a' program. was 1 to 10 and Deut. 8, closing with
\1 TIIUR8.-FRI., MAY :2 & 3 Inna-Tender, Garden Per Can Per Dot.
: was graduated at the com- wish them much happiness. given; as follows: 'the verse:

4 "GOLD DIGGERS Song-"America" by audience. "As the nations which the Lord I PEAS No. 1 Can ,lOc $1.15

ff; OF 1935" OPEN DAY AND NIGHTHALES mencement exercises held at the Talk on Fraternalism by Mrs. destroyed before your face, so shall
, i Vonda Inman, National Representative ye perish because ye would not be lona-Tender, Garden Per Can Per Dot
+ Dirk Powell-Adolph Menjou Jacksonville Woman's Club Thursday -
1.; Gloria Stuart-Alice Brady evening. and District Manager of the obedient unto the voice of the Lord PEAS No. 2 Can 12Vac $1.47
. + Gtanda Farrf'IJ.-Uamon and Woodmen Circle. your God."
is the
Roftlta. Bongo by Warren and Miss Kelly daughter B. Next week the subject will be UBBY'S-No. :2/( CanSAUERKRAUT Per Can Per Dm.
\, the late D. W. Kelly and Mrs. Margaret Vocal solo, by Mrs. George "
.,; Dubin accompanied by Mrs L. A. "The Tragedy In Jerusalem. lOc $1.15
ON ROAD THIRTEEN Kelly of New River and la .a Flynn .

graduate, of,Bradford High Schonl17liefrertJenraiiion Canova. I
.lr Short addrfBVea.! by A. J.: Thomas LAWTEY
and P.. M. Bare foot.- I O.'J. Phillip*. Correspondent GRANDMOTHER'S, Plain or Sliced

Tap dance by,Miss Lillian Mosey Strawberry Movement' 14-z18oz.. 24-oa. Wh. Wht. ('r. \Mil
While somewhat lighter than BREA D 6c 8c lOc 8c 8c
Black face comedy skit-Miss last week strawberry' shipments
Ethel Moore and Mrs. J. E. Flyna during the past week from the local -
During the social period delicious platform have reached a to- Mild. Mellow, Pure Santos COFFEE

Cars Lubricated refreshments of chicken sand tal of thirteen express cars containing -
wiches cookies and Iced tea was a total of 224,640 pints attn EIGHT O'CLOCK Per Lb. 19c

served by the 'refreshment- committee average estimated net return to ._
the growers of five to six cents
-.-. per pint making an estimated net RAJAH-Supreme Quality, SALAD

UNDER ACTUAL ROAD CONDITIONS Move To Jacksonville return to growers of this section of

,;" Mr. and Mrs?: I. J. Reddish and $13,478.40 ing from telegrams for the past received week. Judg-Wednesday DRESSING Pt. Jar 17c; Qt. Jar 29c

daughter, Miss Myrtle, have recently -
mt from the Produce Barom-
; Open -
.t upSpring t moved to Jacksonville to
eter of New York City it seems
reside will COLD STREAM-Finest Alaska PINK
Very likely that shipments
est' They joined Mr. and Mrs. Red-
Leaves continue for at least the next ten
I' i dish's two other daughters, Misses days or perhaps longer, for the SALMON Tall Can lOc
Detect Mabel and Petyrl, who have been .
quality of the berries from other
residents,of Jacksonville for several -
0 sections of the country does not
Squeaks IPL years. Miss Reddish has SUNNYFIELD ACORN
compare with the quality of berries
worked the'dental office of Dr,
utA Rattles from this section.A FLAKES 7c
O. L. Haynes for the past thirteen
few shipments of beans are
and she with her parents,
year moving from this section with FANCY SANTA CLARA 70 to SO to a pound
who are life-long residents of:
prices ranging around one dollarpet'
Starke, have a host of friends here PRUNES 2 Lbs. 15c
hamper on all varieties. How
BREAKS who will regret their moving else-
FrotM SkaekletInsure ever, on account of the continued GELATINE DESSERT
where. ,
L r j dry weather there will be less thana .
'' LUBRICATIONS I 100% half crop harvested SPARKLE 2 Pkgs. 9c

Spring FestivalThe SULTANA
with their carnival Is In town this

SWAY AWAY WITH week with the regular line of car- IONA PORK & 5
SQUEAKS nival rides and children and grownups BEANS 16-oz. can :

M CLOSES night.are enjoying themselves each IOXA BRAND

TOMATOES 3 No. 2 Cans 25c
Sunday, April 28, closes the
Conference year at the Lawtey

SATURDAY: Methodist Episcopal Church. The POST TOASTIES 2 Pkgs. 15CSWANSDOIVN

,v a e r r e r e Rov. F.V.. Sessions will preach !
) bcth morning and evening. Also
there will be Baptismal service for CAKE FLOUR 3 34lb. pkg. 29c
hif AmazingNwSm'fa isfnt'alu Jk toEtay Iimue.lJ/J LAST CHANCE both adults and Infants at tho Maxwell house
rooming service. This will close 301) Bnking 13cCOFJo'EE.
;' DRIVE IN-SEE IT WORK. t the: ministry of Dr. Session's In Lb POWDER 8-0. 'can
I Lawtey. Owing to 111 health of his RTPL LaFRANCE
Girls don't lOr
miss 180
your wife he will turn the work over N PkK. POWDER PkC.

The Moto-Sway method of greasing consist* of taking the chance of winningthe to the: a first new week minister In! who May will to occupy arrive Try The NEWNUCOA Fancy Blue Rom, Whole Grain-dI:

weight of the body bf your automobile off ,of the springs, new bicycle thatis the parsunage Personals in Lawtey. Lb. 21c RICE, 5'Lbs.23c

shackles and king pins,then swaying the car from side to being given away City Mrs.was James visiting. T. her Moore parents of Plant, Dr. OLEOMARGARINE: Old-Fanhtoned lf.UVliS:

'I side, temporarily re-arching the springs, freeing every frozen absolutely FREE atGassett's and Mrs Sunday.; C. W. Brown Saturdayand NUTLEY Lb., 15c MEAL 5 Lbs. 12c

shackle-loosening up squeaky springs and making it Hardware Miss Marlon Sapp returned to Rath's Cedar Valley PICNIC I( Rock Ground WINNER
her home in Jacksonville 17clUHOLE
Store. Sunday HAMS Lb. GRITS 5 Lbs. I5c
possible ,to get at the difficult parts that need lubrication. after spending several days here
o Votes given with with friends.! MILK Dixie Crystal GranulatslCHEESE .
Miss Abbie Harley who la employed .
each purchase. In Starke spent the week- Lb. '23c SUGAR 5 Lbs. 25c

w We* are giving you" this Moto-Sway grcasin' : k end rents.here at.the home of her pa- C'RE.IDnOPS EEL-BECK COARSEChocolate

and lubricating service at NO EXTRA COST.I I LJ\STDAY Richard who Thede are and attending Billie Wainwright the- Lb.,-lOc GRITS 5 Ib pkg 20c

University of Florida at Gainesville FOUR SEASONS EEL-BECK Water. Orouml

4 Saturday. April 27 spent the week-end at their SALT 3-lb. pkg. 7c MEAL 5 Ib pkg 20c
Smith's' Service Station Mrs here.O. W Roberta and Mrs. E.

I GASSETTS HDW. M. Bennett were shopping In Jack- ,BANANAS ,4Lbs.15c

sonville Wednesday.S. .

7 Starke Florida I & FURNITURE CO. I W. Hiatt, representing the '
s Marketing Bureau of Jacksonville ATLANTIC & PACIFIC TEA
was a business! visitor here I

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ID/\I'AI'RIL _. .. ____ __ __ __ __ ____ 'Ii
---- Mr. and Mrs. H. D.. Abernathy I Col. and Mr. D. EX Knight spent mandments, $:S.12. left wing of tho Guardian AngU.

of Graham attended the Strawberry NAT SEl: [ Tuesday and Wednesday in Tallahassee "For brightening the flame of $3.18.:

Festival here Saturday I II attending> the State Legislature hell, putting new tall on the devil, "For washing the servant of
night In session there and also visited and doing odd jobs for the damne,
] of looked In the Post Office the High Priest and putting carmineon
their son Paul E. Knight, who JT.17.
Mrs John other day and was amazed at the his cheeks, $5 02.
Mr CreweiLake of Is an attache of Senate. "For touching up Purgatoryand
Butler, were attending the amount of packages which were I restoring lost souls, $3.06. "For taking the spots off the

local NeWs Strawberry Festival here Friday lent community Into our by I Miss Lois Adklns, who spent the "For putting new stone In Da Bon of Tobias, $10.30.

night. mall order I *t4 e Easter vacation with her parents, vid's sling; enlarging head of Go- I "For putting ear rings in Sa l

AND houses. Pretty) Judge and Mrs A. Z. Adklna, returned -, liath, $6.13."For : rah's ears, $3.25.:
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE. BUSINESS Mr. and Mrs. Ted Stilley and Mi oft for those Monday evening: to Tallahassee -, mending shirt of ProdigalSon I "For decorating Noah's Ark and

PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN and Mrs. Frank Riggs of Jacksonville fellows up the to resume her studies at and cleaning biN ear $0.39.. putting new head on Shem 431.
spent Saturday here with rel- country; they the Florida State College for: Women "For putting new tall and comb Union County Times' ;
atlves. .. .-_. '
Peter's rooster. $2.20.
pay no rent,'no on St.
lights, no taxes, i "For embellishing Pontius Pilate Florida Indian River Cnnnln
The second grade of B. H. S. make no contributions Sheriff and Mrs. W. J. Epperson and putting new ribbon on his Company Fort Pierce, leaned by
Hicks"of Lawtey, 'was itEg Edward Marshburn, of Marianna of which Mrs. H. C. Ritch is teacher to' have returned from St. Petersburg bonnet, $3.02. Apte Bros., to pack tomato crop,

her* Tuesday. is visiting: his grandmother; Mrs. enjoyed an Easter egg hunt anything yet do where they attended the fu- "For replumlng and regilding ISO employees.

G. W. Alderman Friday. I as much business neral of Hr. Epperson' sister, -

of New River; was as the merchants Mrs. N. A. Odom. who died at her
J. TUrner here Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs.T." W. Markey of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Duncan 1 ot I who keep up the roads, the home there Sunday after a lengthy FUNERAL DIRECTORS '

letter Brooker, were 'viators here, .Wednesday Gainesville were here Sunday al- schools and are active in every- Illness.
afternoon. ternoon visiting Mr. and Mrs. K. tDuncan. i that make UII' Many Year Experience Make It Possible for Us. to Render !
thing belpsto your
J. M. PROMPT and
"* town and county'.a fit place to live EFFICIENT .
visitor here Thursday. Mr. and Mrs S. C. Carnell and PRICES
s. Dr. 'F. G. Bratley Is enjoying a In. For the principle reason that
i sons of Ormond, spent Easter herewith
Mr. and Mrs. J. :M. Mott and DeWITT C. JONES
vacation trip in Camden, M, J.,, my prices are Just as*low I respectfully
of New Rivers ,, Mrs. Carnell's parents, Mr. FLORIDA
Kelly Mrs. Florence Varnadoe of Brook STARK
Loree : solicit 1fit
Mis and New York City. your: patronage
Wednesday. and Mrs. F. A. Scott. Mr. Carnell
visitor here er, were visitors here Saturday af-I e
a ternoon. II I Sternbvrg Special returned to Ormond Monday, Mrs i
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ritch and I .
, of Graham, was a DRUID LL Carnell and children remainingover
.tor'S. Wasdln Friday afternoon. children of Raiford, were visitors Mrs. Olin E. Ray of Jacksonville, I SHEETINGlOc for a several day's visit herd AVIIEN YOU NEED LUMBER

here here Friday afternoon. Is spending two weeks here with with Mr. and Mrs, Scott. VISITBENNETT'S ,*

of Lake,Butler,, her parents, Mr. and Mrs B. S'I'' Yd.
V. H Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wiggins Edwards. ,
Mrs. J. W. Edwards returned
9 a visitor here-Wednesday.. .. and son, of Brooker, were visitors IsatgeeWASH Tuesday from Sarasota where she LUMBER COMPANY ;

of Gainesville\ was here Sunday afternoon.The ''I Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Elmore of DRESSES79c visited Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Daniel

A. Hazen afternoon.. Jacksonville, spent Sunday 1 in: and Mrs Josephine Edwards. She One Block South of Depot ,
'sitoV Friday
,, here W. C. T. U. meeting will Starke visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. was accompanied home by Mrs.

visitor be held Friday afternoon 3:30: p. C. Buford.G. Other at $1 ( Daniel who will spend several days LUMBERI
Brownlee was' a PINE AND CYPRESS
L afternoon. m. with Mrs. W, A. ScottT Children here with her brother and sister- ALL GUADES

Lake City Monday W. Alderman of Tallahassee in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Edwards AND IIUILD1NG MATERIAL q t

[ of New River, was D. Rlckenbacker spent Tues spent the week-end here with Mrs OVERALLS59c +
j Alderman at their home on Walnut Four Starke boys are now en- QUALITY AND
[ending to business here Thur.R. .- day In Ocala attending to business
for the Federal Land Bank. Street.. Other grades at 70o gaged In the Coast and Geodetic
survey work being carried on in
Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Boree of ChildrenANKLET different parts of the State. Junior
of Lake Butler, was Mrs. S. T. Dell and daughter,
.. sapp
Jacksonville, spent Sunday McDonel and Victor Thomasare
fending to business here Tuesn. Miss Olive of Gainesville, spent and Mrs: G. SOX t
her parents Air. stationed at Daytona Beach,
Monday here with relatives. For Expert RepairingS'mith's
H. Bennett. lOc while Merrill McMillan and Vincent -

Other grade at 15c, lOo and 25c Alvarez will be at Bushnell.
U A. Brown of Brooker,, A. F. Sauls, who U located at Mrs. Alvin E. McKinney and son e

9 a visitor here Tuesday after- Miami for several weeks spent the of Brooker, were in Starke Frida; Men'sSPORT WORK CIIKAP IN BELGIUM

n. week-end here with his family. afternoon attending the Straw SHOES An artist in Belgium was rather 1 GaragePhone

berry Festival modest in his charges for some
treet Dendy of Gainesville, Mr., and Mrs. J. C. Robinson oi $1.98Better work he was called upon to per

nt Easter in Starke with Apopka, were week-.vi guests of Mrs. A. H. Green spent the< grade at .<-.-.__-..$2.08 form. Engaged to retouch some 120

'ads.H Mr. and Mrs R. F. Demorest.H. week-end In DeLand visiting her: great oil paintings In a church ho
--- brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Peter'sSHOES submitted a, bill for $67.30. and I

., A. T and L.to J.Jacksonville Green were C. Richard of Palatka, a for- Mrs. R. L. Lockhart. when called upon the artist item- Wrecker Service,Day or Night'[ ,

bees visitors mer resident of Starke, was n for the Family ized his bill as follows: >St

iday. prominent visitor here Friday. Mrs.. O. J. Griffin and Owen W $1.39 and "For correcting the ten com-I' -:
Griffin of St Augustine, attendee
,!Ir. and Mrs. William Alvarez of Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Mrs. Thelma the B. H. S. graduation ererclsei Trade with your home town

iford, were visitors here Friday E. Johns and Mrs. J. H. Ritch here Thursday night. merchant-It pay .'to buy at- z:
ernoon. spent Thursday in Jacksonville. NASWORTHY'ScnuLE|

Irs.. Hogan Smith of Sampson Miss Marie Underhill of Lake- children Mr. and spent Mrs. Sunday N. T. Green in Highland and- STERNBERG'SStarke T OGROCERY GRAIN j

a visiting friends here Friday land, 'was a week-end guest of visiting Mrs. Green's mother SUGAR! I P tl
..ernoon.ol Misses Carrie and Edna Hutto. Mrs. H. C. Wimberly. Florida, .

: and Mrs H. V. Knight and Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shaw and Mrs. J. C. Downing and little Mr. and Mrs. George C. White 5 Lbs. f
Idren were recent visitors children of the State Farm, were. son, Harry, of Gainesville, hav and little Frances White of Tallahassee FINE FOODS

ijfuatlne. visitors here Friday afternoon been guests for several days of spent the week-end herewith 5 Lbs. '

Mrs. W. M. Wimberly. Mrs. J. W. White and Mr and
D. Baxter of Brooker, was a Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Hazen and Mrs. G. W. Alderinan. 25c SPECIAL PRICES

itor to the Strawberry Featl- daughter, of Brooker, attended the Mrs. W. A. Brown and son, W 22c

Friday. air show here Sunday afternoon. A. Jr., and daughter, Miss Cor Mrs.: E. W Orifttn' and little FRIDAY & 'SATURDAY, APR. '26-27 I,1
della, of Brooker;,, were visitor!
:ichard Thede of Lawtey, wasitlng daughter, Verna'Jean, 'of Jackson-
Mrs Tommy Lane of Gainesville, here Tuesday afternoon.
friends in Starke during theweekendof ,. ville, have been recent 'guests of COUNTRY ROLLBUTTER T01\I\TO-.O.. Bottle NAVY {
was a guest during Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs at their
week-end. her mother, Mrs. P,.J, Pearce. Mrs. S. T, Dell of Gainesville, Walnut Street. KETCHUP 1..2Y2C .
residence on BEANSPound
was in Starke Wednesday visiting
Kites Estelle Davis of Sampson. Mrs. J. G. Godwin and Miss Toby tier brother-in-law and sister, MATCHES Pkgs. 15c 4''
Mrs. Thelma Farley, Mrs! Jessie ,
visiting friends here Thurs- Dunbar, of the State Farm, were Mr. and :Mrs. W. L. Wall. Mae alsden and daughters, Georgia 5c ?

y afternoon. visitors here Thursday! afternoon.. I Rev.-and Mrs E. A. McDowell ol Rosa and Martha Jean, of Pound 35c TOMATOES, 3 cans 25c CHARMER f:

Clayton G. Strickland was a buss Easter herewith Jacksonville, spent Sunday afternoon
Miss Estelle Kendrick of Ocala, Lake Butler, spent
visitor to Jacksonville' Frl- spent Easter here with her parents their son-in-law and daugh visiting relatives In Starke. SALT 3 Pkgs. lOc

y afternoon. Mr, and Mrs. T. N, Kendrick, ter, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Griffis. Admiral and Mrs. Tancey S, MILK I COFFEE +
lrs. R. V. Turner and Mrs. W, H. C. Wimberly and CarsonM. Mr. and Mrs. William Dobrow, Williams of 'VaJlejcj California, EARLY JUNE 15c '
Mrs. 2Sc Can :
here with theformer's lOc PEAS 2 No. 2 _
visit cans
I Stern, were visitors to Jackson- Griffis of Highland, were vltil- are announcing the arrival of alion are enjoying a 3 Cans -
brother, T.. S. Williams
e Thursday. tors to Starke Tuesday morning. on Sunday April 21, at Sttincent's ,. M.
and family, at their residence on COCOA 2Lb. Pkg .,20cIXMJIl
Hospital in Jacksonville BEST WHITE -- BENT PLATE i
[ir. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch, Jr., of of Jacksonville, Cherry Street.
M. G. Blakely v'
Imesville, were in Starke last spent Tuesday afternoon in Starke Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones ol Mrs Effle Johntj will leave the STIUNOBROOMS !
lursday night attending the visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto. Gainesville, were here Friday afternoon first of next week for her home In BACONPound Each. ,,-.-- BACON
awberry Festival. visiting Mrs. Jones' pa- visit
Tampa, after 'a> 'two' week's PEA TOMATO
Miss Bobble Conoly of Jackson. ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Darby, here with her brother and slater- VKORTABUS- 5c' Pound 16c'

IT ville, was In Starke Friday visiting In-law, Mr. and Mrs:' M. D. Car- 20c SOUP Can ,

A WORD her>slater,Miss Flora Conoly. Rev. and Mrs. M. C. Stith anJ ter, of Lawtey. NEST
children: of Jacksonville, spent
Carlyle '1 Itch of Jacksonville, Monday here with Mrs. Stith's parents Mrs. E. K. Perrymnn: nnd Mrs. J.
COLUMNVE spent the week-end here with his Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brown H. Ritch have been purding sev- POTATOES? 10 Us 12c

YOUR floors sanded the parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch., lee. eral days In Jackaou/Ue at the
bedside of their aunt, Mills May
We have the latest _
Correct way. Jacobs and lit- Harriet Brown .of New Peek who has been seriously ill
Mr. and Mrs. B. Miss '
kal Ipment.references.No hand C. A.scraping.Powell, tle granddaughter, Joan Dobrow, fork City is enjoying a several for the past week. Cauliflower PEACHES, No. 2Y2 can 16c :?' EI'JE wlrMl ;

to Jacksonville Sun weeks visit here with her uncle
[one 1192-J. North 9th St. were visitors O. Smith and
Mr. and Mrs. H. tOe
Lb. Tea
and Mrs. Nat Stern- 15e Lipton's
md aunt, Mr 2
imesville' Fla. day. daughter, Beverly, of Lake Wales Vienna Sausage, cans

CALLJNQ CARDS, any size, Mrs. W. M. Wimberly and Mr. >erg. and Howard Mra., of Bert Sebring Crawford, were luncheon and son Celery lOc (AlnVATIm 14 lb. 23c

00 for 80;; $1.50: for 100. Mono- A. H. Gretn were visitors to Mrs. Kay McCalllster of Gainesville last Wednesday of Mr, and TUNA FISH 2 Cans 25c
nmmed stationery, 100 sheets Gainesville last Wednesday afternoon and Mrs. J. A. Abbott of gueats Squash 3 lbs 10 HWEET MIXED
J. T.
Mrs. Quigley
'1100 envelopes, $3.73. Bradford Plant City, were guests last Friday PICKLES ;y yVAN

IDty Telegraph. Phone 29 U. of their cousin, Mrs. E. J.lowling .. Miss'--U Lena Bello Shepard who Beans lb. .5c Corned Beef.Can 15c
and Mrs. J. J. Rigdon had ,
Mr. 15c
24-oz. jar ,
|R RENT-5room Furnished Mr. and baa been spending some time herewith C\MI"S t

[louse and 5 room unfurnished as Mrs.their Arthur guests Rigdon Sunday, Mr., and Mrs. Mr. .and Mrs. L. W. Hulbroo.k her brother-ln-Julw. and sister baa, Beets or LYE HOMINY, Can 5c ,,
se See J. W. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight PORK &
Morgan. Dukes, of Lake City, spent
Lee Dukes and Miss Dorrie md little son mother Carrots 7zc
visit her
Milliard to
>R RENT Furnished apart. all of Jacksonville, Miss Rosa Easter( here with Mrs. Halbrook'sarentsMr. gone, Mrs. James Shepard: Pmfaople, No. 2 Can 16c BEANS ;
lent with private bath.*Garage Moore and Mr. and Mrs Lacy and Mrs. Wesley L.ndrewe .e-__ FRESH

P- P. A. Scott, Phone 84, Starke, Rigdon and daughter; Bonita. ....>0-. DOCTOR TOLD HER Tomatoes Ib 6c VINEGAR, Gallon 25c Pound can 5c ,'

It Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Thomas of HOW TO LOSE 17 0

It RENT_6 room house, 327 I OF YOUR St. Augustine spent Sunday herewith POUNDSOFFATCosslpers FINEST I 4 Ibs. 50cm ;
'lark St. garage, garden, fruit. their parents, Mrs. E. M. 1
"e furniture. A. E. Dunham. Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. P., S.: Lard COMPOUND "
Jenmark.Mr. .
fj SALE: Corner of 10th and l-Cil

Perry Streets 3 city lots, House and Mrs R. L. McDowell Mrs Robert Hickey of RosevlIIt', Pound 8 Ibs. 99c

Kooms." store on Corner Lot. A SMELL YOU and sons, of Jacksonville, were Calif., writes: "My doctor prescribed '
I"1 8e1all\ or part reasonable. during the week-end of Mrs. Kruschen! Salts for me- -h<
Pj> terms. Mrs. M. Thornton, Mr. and Mrs. said they wouldn't hurt me In the )
rlcDowdl's parents

ST-. D.Ladles its CAN'T FEEL WELL John Uglow. Kruachen leant. I've Is lout worth 17 Ibs its. in weight 6 weeks.In BANANAS Fla. STEAK any cut, lb ?.5c CHEESE ry

Bulova wristwatch. *. food .....,. and children, gold." _
hite one R. Boring
gold .... we w* to* BUM Mrs. J.
with black cord band. ._ frl.sds w,.U thIII to 4 Lbs. 15c
attention lb. 20c
ow fco Our Durden and little Mrs. Huckey paid no Pure Pork SAUSAGE
eve lost at carnival MaVaaavlBC set .. our mouta .... a.O Mtod and Mrs. H. A. ,
W notify this pounds "- ...-.. w. foal <... anlaaa ol tale. 'laughter, Betty Jo, of Madison, gooslpers who said there was no Pound 23c
office. Reward. 1.m r all avav avr body. It aMkaa vtjinnaur relatives here duringhe safe way to reduce- -envious wom- '
,_gtauaay_ tho and,...M.d.ey trued b lav die aii be.l.t,tUnWhat were week-end.visiting en who don't'' like I to.-see others LEMONS I Fla. CHUCK ROAST lb 17 TEA IN A

FFlCE SUPPLIES Typewrit Tall.. *aaa w. aat too leech, ovr Wk -' -- youthfully slim. She widely followed '
,bbons JUaat!.. What to tka boa Julo tIt doctor's advice. Why
can't of her j
adding machine ribbons vital" dlcartiva ialna to mt Ccl. and Mrs. J. C. Adklns. I
bon paper, typewriter paper body.la the UaloM 1 vtmU of It' wo Bowls* tram sue 'alcesville, Mr. and Mrs. Jack: I don't YOU. Doz. .15Ci PICNIC HAMS, lb. 22c ,Each ..15c s
Inr fcow Krtmchen
machine paper, second =.ar Into.aav*huM ::JJ sad trlggs. of Jacksonville, were Get a ]Jar 'of to-day ,
eta > T ? .v &I ewe .. and M... ((last 4 weeks and coats but a
L ae at the toot aoau of Judge
!l Bradford d ear jests Sunday
III ...
sty Telegraph office. Phone ....|.. TWo ...... ..- Adklns. trifle) end If you don't lose 12 Ib*. BtLLARD'S OH AMERICAN BEAUTY 6 LBS. 12 LBS. 21 LI1S.,
A. Z.
wnr orWkM and healthier -
bud L.ufbat and feel years younger
tf oov trtumtlm.mtO. foil am Ilk. a wtuniH. ....... back. Simply take
( we dust>)> aad d Mr. and Mrs. .Warren E. Perkins -money
L..HAVE w near Starke a high ..daw'Go at ew tko a wnthwaak oanaa. Tab or OarttrLtttto tokolaattva. ''. and little son. and Mr. aadMrs. half teaspoonful In cup of hot water FLOUR 25c 45c 87cr."IM.

Bungalow piano in perfect Ur rya.hu. ..101._..But s oaUy If "MMthlBa otart .. J. J. Colson of New River, every morning (tastes fine
.IS"1 Will sell reasonable to Bow otfmr hTogaroJ/ l'd'yoo. 4o.', tar_ l*. 5It pent Sunday In Hastings with with Juice of half lemon added).
month'Shipping' chrge. Terms $5: .00 kataal"alMiy .. awMMfll 4wMwMwWT>|> tko VaWa notma WwliwlVImm )Irs. Perkim and, Mrs. Colson'sroLLcr Mitchell's Drug Store sells lots of
Addr "" Cable Piano I torta, fHvai and It.
OseMUsds sisU.r-in.-law, Mr.
la, JUtt ar and
Pany, 319 E. Bay St., Jackson- > aaur...,.a kv> a-o ... pat vte .w -(Adv.) i s y'
i'1a, U Mil or. slwaspOaM4 c.a.a. I Mrs. E,R, Poppell.

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.. LESS THAN FIFTY to b. A0..y.ed In elt"h.
obtain better results in feeding If ST. PETERSBURG Lena than For the purpose nt holden "
election In '
nt he has good animals fifty answered the roll call of the man -ers are HamPton the fUI' atl
"In Florida, we have many visitors I Iof 02nd annual encampment of the ,ire, J. V. Jones T. },t. Ceal'ty.,
H. pH .
B. Wiggins, Cl.rit *
of the na- ,
from all sections ly
4 Florida department Grand Armyof pone of hold In. salii elghu to
tion each and they want good STATE NEWSNews Graham the
SECTION year LIVE the Republic in session here following. manasree I h
FARMERS meat when they come here. Florida last week. appointedHiram Waodln PAil,
cattleman can produce as good dy'nCWk.' 1"orrlh dpurkelyefollofwingalmana :

meat aa they want and if the present Florida .in Short. Paragraph NOTICB! ter, areflrouppl'
Conducted by Demonstration Agents price of beef Js An Indication I To ....... It my saner..I C. B. Colson It tfplol| l,"
Notice Is "hereby given to all creditors *
they can make money out of It, of the late Frank A. Sweesy, th.Mott and K. Btewart'tev"1a : t
.. OE
says Dr. Sbealy L.. deoes. ed, to present; your claim In Starks purpoee the holding Bald ej;.....P..
from date hereof following
M .., within eight month are : nany,,,
to the County Judge of Bradford SuIIIYan, Ia.'Hornsb lckllt..' Ji
5 LILY POOLS 00 County or your claim will foreverbe Scott Clerk. and ,.
.r vessels in
Nothing lae sweetens HEADS!: MASONSJACKSONVILLE barred t>r law. t
I Hints To Housewives RURAL which milk has been kept so wellas Harry O. GAINES'VILLE-Llly pools constructed MrFrank A, Sweeay, W.J.C.ORIP'FI MANNINU, 8UI.I.
soda and elected about this university city Administratrix.NOTIC19 4.1I-6t-I-IO. Chin
A solutton tot baking Taylor .Miami: today was .11--1.
COMMON SENSEBy hot water, in the proportion of a grand master of the Grand Lodge during the past two year under a APPLrcA'rioNW NOTICE 0. APPLU'.T "
Weekly from Rome Demonstra- level teaspoonful to a quart of of Florida,jFree'tnd Accepted Masong garden club moveemnt; must go OV NOTICE T..J( : > IOA
lion Specialis. TallalaaMee SPUDS JOHNSON warm water. Let the solution at Its lOetb annual communication because they tend to promote,ma NOTICEEIi HEREBY ,GIVEN That ]1'1 py '
That J. K. Thomas, holder of Tax rwSSfi"TgWj
stand In the vessels long enoughto here. laria. The city commission has Certificate No. 55. 6th., day of AUK $.. A. I
PREPARING LOW COST FOODS FLORIDA NEEDS AND get ; and which have been GUN VICTIM BURIED tile after Dr. W. Lasslter cats In my office and made tatfleSaidecertificate '.
CAN PRODUCE MORE pots pans pools tlon for tax deed to issue thereon; for .-
: Prepare representatives from GOOD BEEF CATTLE burned are easily cleaned this way. LIVE OAK aiattox Strickland, health officer reported malaria In accordance with law. Said oertlfIcate .. law'aau8 xmbnrrehj

t "these food groups for an adequate 18, who aceUestally shot himselfto has become epidemic since the scribed embrace property the situated following In Bradford *. following described property, :
low-co diet suggests Mrs. Eva A program for Improving cattle 6. 43 miles of highway now being -. death while cleaning a gun In beauty spots were built. County, Florida, to-wlt The ed wltl In East Bradford One-half County, ."Iorlda
4 Culley of the State Home Demonstration and promoting the production of maintained by Florida Highway his home WM burled last week. He > East of One-half Southwest of Quarter North-Went of Section Quarter Quarter of Southeast of Querier SOUlh,

Department. good beef In Florida Is now tecMv Department. was the son of Dr. H. M. Strick- One. Township Six South Range Seo'i n Range Twenty Town.blp ieM
Milk. For childrenone quart Ing widespread attention. Cattlemen land and K.... Strickland mayor of L. M. ,GRAY BUILDSGAINESVILLE Twenty-one En**. Containing; Twenty containing Twenty" TWentY'IWo(20) 1Iu,
+' If possible. At St. Andrews pictorially featured Live Oak. brothers L. M. Gray, acres, .more or less. or lees, Acreae,
of whole milk daily themselves are showing more Fraternity The property The .
4 leant a pint and a half. For grownups Interest In the production of good In Atlanta ,American Physical from the University of Florida acted prominent local citizen and road- under the ::1rtl1ft: : : Issued was under the assessment said certificate of pnlrl P.OP8rt1. ,,'
In the ..
of Jam. Ooodwlne. .
,.( -one pint whole milk dally if beef than they have shown in several -Education meetQOOR as pallbearers. building contractor has just completed Unless said certificate shall be redeemed I In the name... said of J. A. Klllnlrlw. .
; possible. At least a cup and a years partly as a result of -- e> and moved into a new building according- to law tax deed. deemed acoordlng-certificate l Illw. tat 4M
will Issue thereon on the 27th., day
located the end of Center will'
at east issue thereon
half. and because ofa LOSE LEG on the .
better prices partly of April. A. I> 1886. of A. fib, do,
May D. ,
,;, Bread and Cereals.. For. the realization of the need for better :MIAMI-Leaping from his automobile Street near the municipal power Dated this 23rd.' day of March, A. Date, this 3rd.1936, day *
CHILD 'The structure la of steel D. 19 31>, D. APrI i
amount of which escaped virtually plant.
I'whole:: family-general quality. A. J. THOMAS.! .
bread breakfast foods and other I I The Florida Fat Stock Show in undamaged wb4ICI Collision appeared and concrete, 130x130: feet floor Cleric of Circuit Court I (OFFICIAL A. J.SEAT THOMAS) ,

'.;, cereal preparations made from Jacksonville early In March added AND Tilt SCHOOL certain Dr.JT.-p Earl Moore 33 space; wails 27 feet to the top (OFFICIAL Bradford SEAL County) Florida. Clerk' of Circuit Court,

;, whole; grains r bread at every meal; Impetus to the program and demonstrated '" Sr Bfc AWN a IULAND a brain specialist fell under a with the steel trussed roof reacn- .29-61-4-26 4.1I-lIt.6-Bradford. County, Florida
'f breakfast food every morning. the value of raising better -, ",,_. P$.... H.-,' U.._ slow-moving Florida East Coast ing a peak of,35 feet. The build
I- hwM '
of "
at total cost
animals. It la under.stood suffered Ion of ing was completed a MOTICH Or
J Tomatoes and Fruit. For chllf quality freight train and FOR TAX J)1i1iJ) IIIA8TI<:I1'
canned fresh or that plans are being laid for one leg. Amputation of the other of $19,000.: NOTICE W HEREBY GIVEN and Notice by virtue I. herebyflv@1I that unit
\ dren-tomatoes or oae'' The That Wiley Jreen, holder of l-, of of that certain' via
another show next year this Spring Play Day was threatened. Decree of foreclosure
For -
Tax Certificate
an orange every day. grownup No. 494 7th day of
g| tomatoes or an orange three expected to attract even more attention It's; time to be planning the A BAD HABIT Deo., A. D. inai, has filed{ said certificate llth Honorable day.of A.March Z. Adkln A. D, J IMS'a; 3

j; or four times a week and some spring play day. Give thought to PLAN CHANGE OF NAME LAKE CITY-A cow that milks plication In for my tax office deed to and Issue made thereon ap of the Florida Twenty, In Sixth that Judicial iM:,L.,

fam- Station is a great deal of research effort to lure more Winter visitors embrace the. following .de-,._ Kent. a widow I. cam hl..I___
on other days. For the whole doing do that provide some activityor O., Walker who lives near Winfleld.. : .crlhe" property situated In u. jj- W. ; :
; !! -A."rij;: M
a Ily--a second fruit fresh or died work with beef cattle from Job for every here a move has been launched to{I attacked a specially made spiked ford County, Florida' .t'-w t; Lots Smith, aa ayes liquidator Ruby for t
3 &" 4 of Ulotk 23, Livingston aradl.t!
4' dally If one can afford It. Belle Glade to Qulncy. Increased child. No one likesto change the name of this city from leather nose collar.. The drastic A" Company's Subdlvl<5n of Northeast Truby. County IIl lIlaml.Bank a banking rur Oh

f Vegetable For the whole famIly knowledge on the subject will presently be left out. If onocan't Fort Lauderdale to Lauderdale cure was found necessary Inasmuch ',f Quarter. of North-East Quarter, trllt>:n of estate of Enoch Bllml.lotn, QI,,
Section 2R,
be available the result -Am, Beach Leading citizens and real Township 6 South, see Parker
as a widow,
\' potatoes once or twice a day. run, play or as the cow was drinking its Flange 23 East. Kulrd Hud
One other vegetable every day and Florida's oldest agricultural enter dance he can serve estate men instituted the move, own milk to the detriment of Its un'5 assessment tl1fcI property defendants.ware Company I,,the a corporation unilnrnlKnei I I uj
f the said Issued u
: prise should assume new Importance. in some useful which will be carried to the State calf which death. was special master will sell for iirht,
? two If you can afford It; a few raw capa- was starving to In the name of Livingston Truby &" the highest and best t
;1, Legislature. action. Co bidder al I it.
i', vegetables such as cabbage car- I city.A. Such instances are believed rare Unless said rfi-fIfk-ate South door of the Court hnuw ",
shall be
'r';( rote or lettuce at leant three or Dr. A. L. Shealy ,head of the large share of, PRATSEJ ELKS- and Mr. Walker has not secured a deemed according law tax deed re on"'Starke Monday Bradford the sixth County day of Finrlt

,'v four times a week. department of animal husbandry in the planning shotuld OCALA-Governor Dave Sholtz, patent on his "cure" which Is of will!May Issue A. thereon D. 19.15. on the 18th day. O. 1936, during' the I legal h.ujrn..Mnri,<
: the experiment Station points out fall to the pupils. Let them available to any other owner of a Dated this sale for the purpose of mulirrlii
I-I il k] Eggs. For children an egg organize at the official opening of the Florida 13th day of April A. said final decree, the follmvlnit.
that Florida now Imports seventy- committees and hold regular cow that has developed such a habit D. 1935. .scribed lands lying' and ,
i'': dally If possible at least three or State Elks Association convention A. J. THOMAS! henna'
five per cent of her beef and that meetings with discussions of program Clerk of Circuit Bradford county Florida TO-WH
four a week. For grown-ups-at at the War Memorial The Southwest quarter of tioullumquarter
'1',' least an egg or two three times a the money spent In other states costumes, picnic luncheon Home, commended the associa 4-l -6t-5-17.Ki-Rdfoid County Florida of Section Sixteen ,tie* A,
i could be here if Florida cattlemen end so an undivided one-hiilf I
kept so on. Play up the health factor I Intrrnt i
.. week more often when possible. tion's work in Florida giving particular XtTICF OK KCIIOOI. Lot Seven (7). In block Eleven (In
would produce and for this is NOTICH OP THIBTRI3 ELECTIONSBy
enough opportunity. Talk Con sol.iIA'r10Nr
1 Meat and Meat Substitute For reference to its charitable In Llvlngston-Truby and Conip.
the right kind of beef. about training through observance ny the power vented In them by tha power vested In them by addition to town of Stark, in lit<.
;'l the whole family-meat once a and welfare operations in the the IHWH of Florida, the Board of the I..w. of Florida the Board of tlon Twenty Eight (JH). all twin
\tit day if one can afford It. In place "We mould produce our own of the health rules. And give a state. The referred especially Publln Instruction of Bradford Public Instruction of Bradford In Township Six (6) South, Dun
beef and it should be beef prominent place to sportsmanship governor County Florida hereby calls an f'ounty hereby calls election to be Twenty Two (22) Rast
';!w of meat use flan often and dried good to the good work being accomplished election to he held In the school held In Hampton Starke Graham D E. KNIGHT,
from good cattle," he for these occasion. are truly holmes In Lawtey District No. 6 and and Bronker 1'uesdsy.:
beans or peas about once or twice says. the on May 14, Special Banc
J9 at :
To assure production of good laboratories of citizenship.For HarryAnnaHome : In Wondlawn I Dlstrlat No. S .May 1935 for the purpose of elec'lnii A. a. CREWS'
,, .', a week.' for Crippled Children at 14th 1986 to determine whether said i. three trustees In each district and Solicitor for complainant.
'. beef which will rank with that the program stress the districts shall consolidate elect determining amount of mlllax 4-S-Bt-5-3.
'I', Butter and Other Futa. For the Lances Vmatllla. three trustee_ for the coneolldate.1dl..trl..t
produced anywhere In the country and the simple games and
'R whole should It consolidate and
family -aome and
Florida cattlemen should breed stunts dear to children. This calls determine the amount of milia Ire to
'other fat such an lard salt pork purebred bulls to their best native for minimizing the old type of athletic ALLEGES'HIJACKINGJACKSONVILLE be aMseHSAd against the consolidated
.''J bacon lard and butter substitutes, An alleged district for the ensuingtwo
cows. This will Improve the quality field day but in the end you
/ or salad oil of the herds produce better rill be more content. hl-Jacklng in which a man who p0- For the purpose of holding said I cut that dress Mine was finished the

,4' Sugar and other 8we U. Use meat .and bring more returns to What about JU boy who it called lice said gave the name of lost George election named In : Lawtey A.: II. Harley the followingare James: out, three days same day.
Jenkins of Savannah Ga., $4-
( only enough sugar, sirups or. other the Rosier J. M. Reddish A. H. QrlfflB
producer, he explains.The .
,'; sweets to help make meals attrac- fittyt Dr. Inland will tell parents 30O 100 cases of liquor and a truck Clerk.. ago and it's not .J. & P. COATS best
meat of good cattle la better -
how to dial with him next For the purpose of holding said
here. officers
, tive. to eat and the cattlemen can peek' was reported The election In Woodlawn District No finished yeti 6-cord thread doesn't
-. : said 'Jenkins told them four men 8 the following are appointed: Carl
Hllllard. Shad Thompson. U D. TW break minute'
: posing aa "government agents"stopped
Phillips Horace .Norman, Clerk.
I him Mid,, a companion yesterday 4-i2-5-5-lo. /I
near Woodbine Ga. Two

of the quartet turned the truck

. ElectricityNOf southward while the others took DON'T NEGLECT
Jenkins and his partner to'Ute ,
woods nearby
; .

.. ;.; it uses only ANOTHER DRIVE your kidneys are not working

ORLANDO-Accepting an offer right and you suffer backache s

9 : .K by Col. Henry L. Doherty to ifrequent(dizziness,urination burning swollen scanty feet or and too

+ r .ww+ QIL HEAT match the $20,000 in its treasury tinkle; feel lame stiff "all tired
w.i provided 40,000 more members are out" use Doan'i Pill
enrolled the AU Florida Committee Thousands rely upon DOli"' BUST
,. '-' db.le, meeting here today organized They are praised the country over. ANY
,11'-( permanently and planned to renew |Oet Doan'a PHI today.. ForsaUby THREAD
''i5, a State-wide membershipdrive 1'.11 drugflsts.DOAN'S.

1,.] to finance a national adver-
tising campaign, for Florida.

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'v sT C. B I'rlce Pastor I The Story of the Bible Told. in Pictures :

r" dllY School, 10 o'cloc.k a.m.. the I i.-:7JtrjelVorllce'oiolof! ',
ti '
i, Themes) 'orshlp, Supt .11 a. m. Th. *-li .M." .r N \ .., 'l om yJz ; I

orning s..... CapitalIV '
045: ; m. Adna.d er I \
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e P. maze:
worshiP 8 p. rn.S E .... BEATRICE .
31sr4 1& Iran 111.M I
ening ''i a+
Wednel1"30Pm. 19 ..
Teacheere Meeting', OSCAR JOHNSON! ff .tio-Coldwy> ..>r Plat. .

P : service Wed- 'I '
Prayer Branch that?
w ld.week SYNOPSIS: ;James I

daY. 8 p m-. of the young, forraful managing editor of "By whatf ;
t 1 the News-IUword, Had tired. the "Mrs. Patterson with Tommy ;
' Methodist Chare 1938 elections seem very definitely .)
In evidence In lovely,_ sm-lally-prvnUiient Shuron Bannister T" :
Pastor i consideration of {
B, _. Montgomery. Nancott from his aper. They had "Why I- _
ev the .
anti-chabi store act j
gcbool-10 l a. m.Worsnip qunritttad urtouwty but that evening Her color rone. "Mrs. Pattersonwas

;anday -" a. an.worth no mistaking the fact that many; M encounters her at the theatre not at the theatre with Tommy I

Taming League-7:13: : p. m. Interested In 1936 candidacies for' with Tommy Bannister whom Bannister-and I think it's contemptible ;

I ru, S-uenlns- Worship-8:00: p. m.fou office are fully appreciative of the Branch confidently believe In In- for you to repeat stupid i,
invited to all these servrrVHb organized strength behind the Recovery rvKl In a scandal duo to break and malicious gossip. \

are Act-the 20,000 odd Independent Into print at any moment.'InntAnt- Branch looked at her wide-eyod. >'

merchants Conversely ly, Brunch offer Sharon her Job "But It's common talk. Even-" \ I,

p >.torian Church they are not Ignoring the potential again without disclosing blip. rca- Sharon addressed him sternly ';

L George H. Lowry, Minister effects that may follow\ any real MOIIH, but she .scornfully rofiiBcn.Now I "I've known Julia Patterson and

m.Sabbath effort to organize the consuming bate at night, Just an. Tommy Tommy Bannister all my life and t., I
" 0.00 a. ship public in opposition It Is realIzed I there's not a word I
: M.Morning : nan left her, she opens her door on- can assure you
1:00 '
' that after all the buying pub ly to be Helped In thr dark by of truth tothis common talk of
bro Junior lic has been an accessory to the "
menp. Christian EDVllr. strong mtiHciillne arm yours
development of the chain store 1 I '
Branch mode a gesture of com
Evening Worship. business through its acceptance of Chapter ThreeMIDN1(11T plate surrender. "I'm glad to hearit. t
:30 p
: that system of handling merchan VISIT The News-Record has enough :

dise. The foyer was suddenly flOml8-1 without l
Christian Church legitimate stories print \
''I First Whatever the outcome of the final with light and Sharon running anything Just based on

Rev. \V. T. McGulre, Pastor vote on the Recovery Act, 't self looking into Branch's face. He malicious gossip." ..

School 10 a. m: will become was grinning delightedly as n
Bible a very real Issue In the
communion 11 a. m. schoolboy might at the successful Sharon was obviously impressedby '
forthcoming Gubernatorial Campaign "
Christian Endeavor 7 p. m. The Independents are already culmination of some childish trick. his fervor "You mean you-that f.. \
Wednesday 7:30: "I mean I wouldn't touch
meeting before Sharon could
Prayer i organized to thc hilt And then, after .
story with a ten-foot pole ::
utter a word her mother called
Those who witnessed '
m their attendance
Second Sunday 11 a. what you've just suld. You know f||
"Sharon In
Preaching from the living room, .
the )
on public hearings will 1
these people.and I don't. If you t}
8 mSEl1'OOD that you'dearT' With a glance at '
and p. bear ":
unqualified witness to that any the story Isn't true then It 1h.n't 1\\
to contain
CHURCH: fact ,. If they win, they will Insist Blanch that managed true--and that's that Ho
both scorn and contempt,
):! committments assuring
Rev. I- <*. Hemingway Pastor a continuation upon of the law both as J..... Rid.. !I. Triumph Into Jru.aUm.-All four of the Gospels tell of Jeiu triumphant entry Into walked: into the other room, Branch finished"You're on a high note peculiar of nobility.1:1!11 tar:
Bible a very person
Services every Sunday. to candidates for Governor and the Jerusalem an event which recalls the prophecy In Zechariah 0! 9.In the Old Testament. "And when they following. Sharon asserted
10.15: a. m. Morning Worip then sent Jesus two disciples Sharon dear this Is- -" Mrs. Mr. Branch 'n
udy : legislaturenext year. drew nigh unto Jerusalem, and were come to Bethphage, unto the mount of Olives, "Oh \\l1 t

11 a, m. Evening Worship, Preponderance of opinion among saying unto them, Go Into the village over against you, and straightway ye shall find an ass tied and Nancott began. Then a vague smug slowly 11.

13:) p. m.BETHEL. leading lawyers who have given a colt with her: loose them and bring them unto me. And if any man say aught unto you, ye (h.l1lay. the crossed her' face "- -how silly ofme. "I don't think so, Branch replied 4.)\ ,

CHURCH real study to the sltuatln is that Lord hath need of them; and straightway he will send them. All this was done that it might be fulfilled of course you know each modestly. "I'm Just a newspaper > ..

BAPTIST the act wont hold water If attacked which was spoken by the prophet, saying Tell ye the daughter of Sion, Behold thy King Cometh unto thee other." She giggled. "Why you must man. Nothing moreand I y,

Rev. L. A. Donnley, Pastor in meek and sitting upon an ass, and a colt the foal of an ass. And the disciples went:, and did as Jesus commanded know each other, or Mr. Branch hope nothing less" He turned ....

Services every first Sunday.. the courts. When the combined them, and brought the ass, and the colt:, and put on them their clothes and they set Him ther.on. wouldn't have planned his little bi'lckly" "But all the same/ I thlr.k ;

Sunday School, 3:30: p. m. Judiciary committees of the And a very great multitude spread their garment in
Bible Study and Prayer Servlcea Senate, sitting with the committee strewed th.m In the way. And the multitudes that went before and that followed cried saying, Hosannato ... .".;11 :1 ,,.:',

cry Saturday night, on finance and taxation, voted/ the Son of David: Blessed is He that cometh In the name of the Lord; Hosanna In the Hicheit."-Matthew '1\ t
16 to 10 in favor of recommending Bible In engraved In 18S8-1630. JC'J :
til 111. This Illustration Is from Msrian's story of th. pictures, !
the bill, at least five members de .. Ii''

clared that their vote to bring the \ :'

Issue to the floor was not to betaken six or eight counties would km 4- : ANNUAL MEETINGOF .\

!OB JONES to mean that they would only a small amount. Thebetter PRESBYTERIANS ;'1 '

1 support the bill on a final vote. In spite of this fact, however, II.
In fact the Is that The Annual Congregational
I Comments On Here suspicion at there is no determined demand In BoxTRIBUTE
least some of the sixteen members : meeting of the Presbyterian
either branch of the at
And Hereafter who voted to report the bill legislature Church of Sturke was held In the w y e rU tw
the moment for taking $8,500,000
'1 favorably are convlned as to its
I unconstitutionality a year from bond holders and giving church auditorium last Monday

| It Is not very easy to be con- It to schools each year. night It proved to be a. very harmonious
The point Is, if the recovery Act Starke, Fla.
tent A great evangelist has the School leaders prefer not to be and happy get-together,
succeeds, there will tie i passage ofa April 14th 1935.A .
of too much. One made the "goats" in the Imposition J. M. Mitchell presided as mod
putatlon eating bill to literally tathe chain tribute to Dr. J. J. Bullen:
of a sales tax. There Is no
the greatest temperance lec- stores out of exiatet ce. Therefore, sales (Of Daytona Beach, Fla) erator /and F. A. Scott was chosen
chance for any tax legisla-
irers this nation ever produceJ: if the Recovery Act passes and I'! tion unless it Is predicated on In the passing on of Dr. BullenI to be clerk.

found unconstitutional then thl feel a deep, personal loss, since,
a3 known to his friends aa a glut- school needs Without its being Reports were heard from all departments -
chain stores would be spared a after several yearn of acquaint.
in. A few years ago when a good pro tied to schools, It would not get and showed the church 1f3
hibitive licensing schelule for. at' ance, my regard f-r him as a
any Southern Democrats left least two'years, until the conven to first base In legislative consid I christian gentleman and a preacher i to be In a healthful/ condition: Thu + r.

ie Democratic Party and supportI ing. of the next legislature. eration. of unique ability and high stun- Benevolence Budget has been! paid Sharon, dear why didn't vim tell m" iiliout. your r

I Hoover they were severely crlt- Supporters and opponents of the Since the school people themselves durd. Is one -of 'profound respectand In full and all obligations .have d.lhchlflll: Branch T" r

Ized. They were accused of be- Recovery act found themselves would prefer to avoid it' and appreciation/, been met.Through. )ly people who know each other- -" confine It to facts- sand keep gossip

g Inconsistent.! Not long ago.AlTilth facing a paradoxical 'situation last since the sentiment In both house men fine all these trying depression She rcn Interrupted her childish out of It. Don't you agree?"
He or
said that he Is too old to be week when the Senate Judiciary and senate favorable to an outandout wan a moral" Standards, and years and in spite of losses by prattling with a severe look. "But "1 think It would be-Interesting,"" 'a
gular politically.: A few week,* Committee reported adversely on sales tax under any conditions convictions. He lived on n death and removals, the church has' I didn't know you knew each other' Sharon said thoughtfully i

\\go our own president said thathe the bill's constitutionality, only to: represents only a fraction of the ptculiar: moral : him, and curried on successfully and 1i Is. taco "You're the first to know," Mrs. "It certainly would- -for you and
people would smile If theynew see the House Judiciary Committee membership It Is obvious that theGovernor's to high him, church membership was ing the year ahead hopefully. Nine Nuncutt said with a planted nod. for our readers," Branch replied, til
; how Republicans he third alternative members were recently added It a l
many thereafter reportthe plan new "Why didn't you tell mo about watching net closely was
immediately of
religion -
id voted for. I heard a great will win support of school leaders more than a mere profession to the roll. delightful Mr, Crunch T" she crucial moment tor him; relieved 1!
bill favorably 83 to constitutionality It life to be lived in your
reacher preach on unselfishness yen if It does provide for a million : was a The following officers were elected nuked reproachfully. however, by her reluctant grin ha
After the senate and of
nd when he went out to dinner committee had taken Its vote, the dollars less! revenue than thO' faith consistency In the1! : Then she rose. "Sit down Sharon grinned back- "Yow'ro. 'swell .when .

1an elegant home he- carefully House committee was Immediately would be gotten from a sales tax, Clnlst's gospel seven days Elders: II. H. Young J. M. Mitchell After ull, Mr. Brunch came to' see i you smile: 'F.ve-r.. tii ?" a
hundred sixty-five
Icked, the best piece of chicken or from a diversion of the bond week and three C. A. Knight, E. M. Davis And with this she swept out "Some times.( "
called into session at the requestof in the ? you
ad the best of the days year "
everything on holders gratuity. and F. A Scott "Let's see
able. I know Christian workers Recovery Act proponents, con Or Bullen verily believed that Trustees: T. N. Kendrlck, F. A. of tho room. "I've got. nothing' to laugh s
fident of the attitude of the House In fact Henry Flier president all who professed the religion of Sbaron turned furlounly on
ho are bitter In their opposition R. J. Davis S. W. Flannlgnn "
Scott about.
committee on the question ".. Under of the Florida Education Associa- Christ should translate such pro- Branch "How dare, you come rl
(o certain popular social sins yet. and T. S. WIlliamsAt "Well If heard d't
the rules of the house four tion and head of the school lobby, t tension Into the language of their hf'reT" atop me you've
ho show no signs of such Chris the conclusion of the business thm. "
members of a committee can [Insist has indicated, it is reliably stated, dally liven in the home the shop, "I Just .dropped' in on Impulse. one.

inn graces an patience and long upon consideration of a bill which that he would support the third the store, and the voting booth on meeting adjournment was taken to Your mother Is an absolute darling "Stop." t
ufferlng. I am not criticizing the mans where refreshments Branch waggled a finger at her. it
the chairman may be holding up alternative plan, substantially as Mondny and Saturday and all the he added lirevalontly ,
tiese Inconsistent people because for some reason. follows: Take one cent of the gas between well, as In the wore served und a social hour was "Never mind my mother. What "A good newspaper woman never *;
suppose I belong to the incon- days enjoyed.The Interrupts.. You're too apt to lose ,'
There seems but little doubt but tax from road and bridge bonds church on the Lord's dayt He believed mode you drop In?
J intent ciowd. It la a lot easier that the Recovery Act will pass for a two year period; the one cent thar JlWttg Christianity congregation was represent Branch turned around and faced the point of an Important. interview -
to( preach than it 1I Is to practice. ed ut the meeting of the North ,"
to the to
tax her. "I want change
of the' now going you your
but It's not definite gas of
house so Qtnguage our
the should bo the
.' ........ .. general fund the anticipated $4.' In thUcity I Florida Presbytery' In Green Cove mind about coming back to work." Sharon raised her eyebrows..."I'll
aa to the senate. liver And as pastor,
The Bob Jones' College (Is en- Any briefing of the situation aa 000,000 from the sale of automo- dally(Starko Fla.) he condemned Springs this week by the pastor "I was a bit too hard on you. wait till I'm on. an Important In.tervluw. *

leavorlng to train great Christian would be Incom- bile licenses, the one mill of the with I Dr Oeo. H. Lowry, Mrs. Lowry, I should have recognized It would i ." ,
the church a
enders, doctors,.lawyers,' teachers, It stood without Saturday a word as to the pos constitutional school levy on realestate worldllnemt and, in directness: that all Mrs. Fl. M. Davis and Mrs.. W. A'I take a little time to adjust your Branch nodded. CUe had him
plete courage
Teachers? business men and busl- estimated to bring $300- Stern. I. self." there he seemed to admit It.
sible attitude of the Governor. If should exemplify.I .
ese women. We have learnedhat there 000, the probable $200,000 Interest pastors. .- ---- Sharon studied him an he sat "I want to ask you something,'"'
it the bill passes both houses __ ..._ ... always enjoyed his conversations REVIVAL AT "HAXTON i
Isnt enough to give a stu- confident that U10 $4,000,000 yi i tic l}ji 't *>f *i.u there doing his best to Impersonate Shl'rOlsuld suddenly.
those are In'the
''lent technical knowledge. We are invested in bonds, In our home,: because cherub. "Have by "Shoot.
fund Innocent
the Governor would either veto school A revival Is now going on at an you
each our boys and girls how to let become law many of which are in default, anda main, they were on spiritual Saxton Church. Services every any chance neon Mr. Jordan since "It's something I've got to know
the bill It a
Instructive and edi-
1'Ut' the program over. One-flftn without his This continuance of the beer revenues themes both I night at 8 o'clock, conducted by you fired me thin afternoon?" shut bcfoia! I can make up my mind

ministers from the Methodist Bap. upon is about $300,000.: And now that my friend has -- ---.----- "Mr Jordan.why.J'fllIlron write?" !+

tilt i Presbyterian .Christian, and known interested fact that In the Governor legislationnot This set up provides a million gone to, his reward, I shall miss TRAIN SCHEDULE shot him a look of tri- "Why-.--if I can't, I don't want
ether', churches. I speak to these deeply inconsistent with the general less than the $10.500.000 school him all the more, and the world Southbound umph sure' that she was on the to be taking the place of some L

1 readier boys three times weekly welfare that would serve to attract leaders were demanding at the will seem a little. less because he No. 1-Due Starke 11:01: P. M right track. "You remember Mr'l l girl who--who needs the Job."

when I am at the college.: I say, new capital to Florida that outset of the session. has left It. No 11.-Due Starke 11:25: : A. M.\ Jordan the nvvner of the Branch looked at her with new

Now boys the other teachers To the friends I bold up the example No. 107-Due Staike 9:42: A, M. Record ?" interest He studied her Intentlyfor
in the i
would more firmly establish It l In realized by school people
'teach you how. to load the gun."Im I .of. his life and teachings, No. 191, Due Starke 10:27: P. M. Branch Immediately seized on a moment. "I think that's one
that safe and sane to sales tax I
minds of capital and others opposed a
> going to teach you" how to tax legislation and tax structuresmay under circumstances school and to his family extend my sincere NorthboundNo. this for his own advantage. Never 'of the sweetest things I've ever

hoot It" From long association any sympathy, ,land pray that 2-.-Due Starke 0.08: P, M. miss a trick when you're In a tight heard."
be depended be otherwise that If a sales
upon needs -
always -
with ministers I have learned that cr "Our Father" m'trV support and No. 12--Due Starke 4:50: P. M. corner he counselled himself. Assuming "What's sweet about whether I

fiDe of the weaknesses of the'average the ordef in Florida. Indicated tax! should be finally resolved upon cheer, sustain'' aM:comfort those No. 108--Due Starke 0:50:: P. M a hangdog expression he replied can write or not" Sharon demanded
Governor has not the final means of
being one
preacher Is his Inability' togel as whom he loved, and those who lov- Starke And Wnnnee Branch "We all have our bosses" belligerently.

; his message to the people. If In anyway his course in the mat getting adequate school finance ed him, whom h''..haj .left behindto No. 101-Leaves Starke 7.00: A.M. "I thought so," Sharon congratulated ."You know I've bad a hundred
I ter and this Is not to be taken amore the act will become very real Issue -
have truth in my heart it may finish life's Journey without No. 102-Arrives Starke 1 -60 P.M herself on a shrewd guess. daughters of the Idle rich workingfor
of opinions Gubernatorial -
than an expression In the next year's
bless me but the truth in my heart attitude him. This the earnest prayer of Then she gave him a sidelong mo at one time or anotMr-

unnot bless others unless I knovf based on his general from existing campaign., his faithful friend and feilow-ser- manhood The advent of woman glance. "But suppose I don't wantto and you're the first one that ever i

how to Impart it. One of the most to radical departure vans upon the battlefield has plantedthe come back." worried about whether she was

Important things in training min- orders. ---J' After weeks of compromise in W. E. DAUGHERTY. bloody ground. all over with "PUase! Branch uttered the taking the Job away from someone i.

U neglected la the average preparation of a bill that would Christian (Church) Minister flowers of hope. It Is war for word as if his whole career de- who needed It."

mstitution of learning. I attend- THE SALES TAX-On the eve best enable a meeting of conflict .--- life-not against It; the great enemy pended on the answer "I only want the job If I'm en

pd one of the greatest and best of of the fourth week of the session, ing minds on the subject of liquor Starke, Fla., we seek to destroy Is death. "You made It very clear to me titled to It on my own," Sharon explained a

our Southern college I was training the possibility of a general sales licensing and sale a measure April 22, 1933. Out of the Woman's Crusade of that I am Incompetent to do music simply

for the ministry. I never was tax seemed Increasingly less probable. which its framers would do just Dear Editor: 1474 grew the W. C. T U. The Crusade criticism," Sharon said 'firmly, "I've never met anyone who was r

old how to get the message to the There were sign that the that has reached the legislative We are offering for the benefitof was a miracle. There Is no gleefully sure that she now hud more entitled to It than you are"

People I was told what the mes- Governor's third alternate program hoppers. But no one believes thatit our readers the following summary precedent for It In history. I feel the upper hand. Branch said with deep sincerity.

'age was and I had to learn for for school finances would be will get by without a real fight of a tribute paid the W, C. T sure that this Institution Is aa "Oh forget about that," Brancn He paused a moment. "You'r ,i

mYself how to get It to the folks.: accepted by school leaders aa the that many amendments and changes U. by Its staunch. friend, ex-Senator permanent as the church; Its work cut in earnestly. "I've got a. new pretty wealthy, aren't you?" J
most logical and most reasonableof If not adopted. l Idea for' I want to write "Yes."
will be proposed Henry W. Blair who Introduced to will never be done because it turnsIts you. you a
the three considered. While It' Under its provisions we would Congress the first resolution for hand to everything which Improves a color picture of big events. Take "Large Income of your own?"

Is a fact that counties having for have retail package outlets, plus National prohibition: the nature and promotes tonight's opening for Instance" he Sharon looked at him In per

COMMON CAUSE Of ty-four representatives In the house sale by the drink hotels restaurants "The Woman's Christian Temperance the happiness of the race assailingand continued. In spite of the noticeable plexity. "It's quit adequate, thank,

BALDNESS would profit by a diversion of the social clubs dining cars and ,. Union Is the leading force destroying first that which Injures lack of encouragement from you."

three cents of the gas tax now goIng boats.. No drinking will be per- In the temperance reform. It Is most. Such an Institution her. "You know-UU them about "That's what I thought. Miss

n..ft.... ctwf educed .i.a.e' to bond retirement as recommended mitted except when seated at ta and secular or- will wax more and more unto the that seventy-five-year old Jeweler' Nancott I want a civil answer to
both a religious
::- dr'-R "heires4a.q; and :.r'L" h.ire rn :"1; I by the Governor originally bles. ganization. It cad do anything of perfect day, when the finer, spiritual t who always take. his ninety-five- a civil question He moved clone 1

"; ia euI,. there appeared little enthusiasm of woman' shall be thec1ll'ecUnr' year old mother to all the tint to her and looked Into her eye
to accomplish powers
.. which God will approve
.",' ....tW8...a4 asavj.UUlf Mina aM a..tladak.. -.0 for this easiest of all methods CHRISTIAN CHURCH its great end. There Is no influence to elevate both night. and about the society people with feverish Intensity. "Will you

11oo d.w pswetSh'h' & -It 1_ .011n..s to give the schools what their hour In which its work Is not In order sexes to higher standards of conduct coming Into the theatre, the Hel marry me?"
: needed. By the A fine meeting was held at the Rotherwlcks the Linden At last Branch to have
leaders Insist U and to a more abundant fru- tons, the ( seems
... "...,.. sad ..... districts Christian Church last Sunday nor In which It Is not pro- ..... fortunef
-r:10. 'all.. ....... ..... same token fifteen senatorial This organization sounds ition of a better life. -and then the younger set-Mrs. revealed laM true eo. I*

....tiudfad _.... I: .r.-.a. Ia --- would get through applying night when the church was host t-j A ceeding.the death knell of the liquor traf Very truly.PubUclty Patterson with Tommy Bannister hunting fete game? How will Aha
s'...'- Oil .eta hi the three cents of the gas tax local Woodmen of the before had the traffic Chairman W. C, T. U. -and Lady-" ron answer hi* __peeled proposal '','
t. ;,;; 600t w a. ."- large body of Woodmen met at fic. Never Intakeof f Dout miss week's thrill +
financing. heard her next
.u..t tyf'r4'. \"dMrD Tre4Is for bonds to school foe as educated organized Source: The Union Signal. Mar. He quick '
'TlO"AoL r. M 1"alaa Some{ three or four senatorial dis- ',their ball and marched to the met such Christian a American wo- 9. 1.1. breath. "What do you m..a' by lug Inntaflrocat.)

.... .... WRE..K CJO.T.eY trlcU would lose but little. Some church. ,

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"1 LET'S BE REASONABLE CENSUS church Disease."I'm, I I. klds.5 apollgtzed a

Bradford County TelegraphEstablished editor To many must people seem the the most newspaper inconsiderate TOO LATE RUSH'WORK PRECINCTS died rian of heart I I office$126 from'In Cieveiand James] ,11 ro o d,'I

.' 1877MEMBER and mont unreasonable of TO CLASSIFY BOMB COUNTY
all creatures. We refer, of course,
to those people who have a pet Mr nirsunf.L' KAYSrvreterr .
.. .
A" n.
Florid Pr
>LORILW PRESS ASSOCIATION project which they wish to Impose The work of taking the censusIn
V upon the remainder of the world'sInhabitants several Bradford County precincts

\ 1935 4 ., and wish to take advantage NEW YORK: April 18. You' has already been completed I

J.at.UJa/Id 7eo-tidd; ... of the newspaper's columns naturally think :after all the 'ad- Roan Turner county enumerator, 15

__ n .._ -- -- ., to accomplish their end, vice I've handed out to tourist said this week, and he urges any FarmsFIFTEEN
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class I There Is possibly no other bus- about the charms ''and delights of one who happens to have been, ,
Inens man who Is more desirous of in and urgoo blank and fill I>1 1FIFTEEN I
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida springtime ,JFlorlda missed to call for a
.. pleasing the public than is the 'em to "Stay until June" that 1 I'd this county's total;
It out so that MOST UNUSUAL FARM ;
_.___ -- IlARGAINg
--- -- because the BUQ the
n man take
newspaper have brains enough to population as
E. L. Matthews_,_______________________Editor and Owner cess or failure of his venture depends same medicine.But will show as large
,, poHslble.
, -- ..- --" --- -- more entirely upon public no I let I.; persuasive young The enumerator says that blanks
, SUBSCRIPTION RATE good will than docs the occupation Yankee blow down to Florida and have been left at Saxon's store In exceptionallyEasy

of most percona. popular the offer of a at the clerk's office at "
75c-Payable in Advance me astray with Hampton
$1.50 Six Months, I In
" Yearly, ; the newspaper
opinion places In Starke, at the
free ride to the bright lights. the court, house
Advertising: Hates on Application the classification of "public ser- office In Brooker and at C. B.Robert's TermsNOW
\ Harold
: Anyhow this he-siren, post .
.. other business"
'. .-- ... -- --- -- vants, while most store in Graham.Mr. .
( what they all Wynne of Burrtlle's Press Clipping

:',,; School's out t ,are are-simply recognized a means for of making a Bureau, comes .along and before Turner citizens took occasion for their assistance to IS TIIK TIME:
thank county TO BUY-DON'T
me and common sense can get our
', ', 0 ---- living.It matterIn heads together to talk it over t and cooperation given WAIT AND W IH!! hYOU
"back to the farm" except money. would be the easiest the neces- HAD.
Everything goes find myself stampede through thus far In compiling
j the world to edit a newspaper Includes
',I __ 0 If who wished to fill a Georgia in a high powered automc sary Information, which
everyone addresses,,
'; Mark another Strawberry Festival for Bradford column of type were allowed to do bile, frlghtenln' pigs and pedestrians questions as to names LET US SIIOW
up after ream of as wild and reckless ai age, sex, color, family relation,, COME IN YOU
: County. so. Literally ream Sherman himself. country or state of birth occupa-
, carefully typed or mimeographedcopy with relation to
tion and status
0.- is received each week In every When we left Florida Spring was WILSON REALTY CORP'N.THE

When opportunity knocks don't wait for it to drag yoga newspaper office In the coun- dcln' her well known ,toe danc, the The ownership following of census property.takers are .
editor wished to have with old man Sunshine clappin' his i
If the
try. 'for
; out of bed. being employed: Miss Hagan
an easy time of it he could flU l hands and shouljn'. 'let hot; baby" inside
Theressa, G B. Newson low
J 0- ;
his front with Impressive tig ,But we no more than get out
, page ,for
:! calls Roosevelt a radical what does that automobile' of state before bang Starke, Mrs. Hulda Corpening
I'; If Talmadge urea telling how many the we ran Lawtey and Hampton.T.. N. Ken-
make Talmadge? of a certain make were manufactured smack into old man Winter tea drick for Brooker and Graham an 1 -I

' 0- ; last month and how many; In' down from the north to put Mr; Turner for outside. Starke and ,
were turned out during the same a stop to such nonsense. '

! Some folks who pay to have their minds read don't get period of time last year. Me Well he slaps old man Sunshine Now The River census work will be com- J

much for their money. could fill his feature section with ridIng in the face with a dust laden black pleted by May 10, it is said. SPOTLIGHTWhere
, photographs of beautiful girls cloud and follows up with a Btlff --...
0----- a certain make of bicycle, eatIng Icy breeze. By the time we' : I

'I On one day each year egg rolling takes the place of log a certain brand of pineapple reached the Carolinas I was shitsrin' Bill For Relief

, or reading by a certain kind of and shakln like a bowl r of A bill proposing to pay A. M.
$ rolling in Washington. electric light bulb. He could fill 'A The for injuries
jello in a grade earthquake. Warren or heirs $4,000 I
. i o- his editorial columns with well wind was as sharp as an Ethic received while employed by, the

When a man counts his blessings nowadays it's usually written paragraphs singing the plan's social purpose razor and a:1 State Road Department was' In- '

f praises of utilities companies, cold as a polar bear's nose.. troJuced into the State legislature) folks '
,, with his fingers crossed.Strawberries .
certain Insurance compa
boosting esentatlvt
by R e r
, Old man': Winter was on his way Wednesday p !
: 0 nles or attacking phases of thNew referredto who like '
; I to: put Miss' Spring In her plat'Look < Charley E. Johns. It was
'i;' will soon exit but ,beans and other true. Deal that are considered detrimental at the young hussy" he the committee on claims. -
to the best Interest '' I
's+Y i crops are on their way in. certain favored Industries.All growls, "dancln in her,''bare leg" Good Beer ,
two weeks bef.org,:Easter" as he Elect OfficersAt ..
0 -- of this material-envelop after '
' !Ir The Pacific Ocean is the widest body of water acros! envelop of It-pours Into ev ,I'roes tearln'"'noyth: Jtp Mess up her a meeting'of the Flying Club: gather daily %\ \, ./ I
< ery newspaper office In the country playhouseMl1| Tuesday night Henry Manaasa was
::;;:, whjch two nations quarrel. each day In the week, and UK When we rolled Into dear old elected president, N. D. Wainwright LARGElOc I

' 0I editor Is urged to use it free ol Jersey the snow wan fallin' like Jr., vice president and C.

r.) The state census being taken now should show a health charge. Anthony for Cleopatra and me 1 In L. Stockwell secretary-treasurer.,
of mate BVD's, a light weight suit and .
Each page of this mass my -- 5
,: growth in Bradford County. rial comes from some person tc a half length top coat with most of A Scotlsh girl has asked the C

0 whom the subject treated Is of] the Important bwttons mlssln'. Every mayor of Edinburgh to find her a GLASS: .:

'g\ A heavy foot on the gas often results In a heavy load ol vital Importance perhaps big time I'd take a breath a playful husband "big and strong," refined
means of making a living. Con Icy zephyr would spring up] and affectionate. Draught Beer

NAB'' dirt on top of the reckless driver. sequently the automobile manufacturer and try to take it away from mekfy HOT DOG SANDWICHES ____ 5c I

,0 cannot understand why the eyes were runnln' like a couple Joe Dan of Shelton, Wash., who

:'$', If the pen is mightier than the sword why isn't Germany: newspaper editor Is so blind ai of leaky hydrants and my ear! was born in a canoe crossing a Good Sandwiches Of All Kinds

? not to see the importance of the were aa crisp as the wife's remarks river, died at the age of 108, sur- I
instead of riflemen
< |t conscripting poets motor car company's Installing Anew when I come sneaking in at vived by a brother. who Is 111. THE SPOTLIGHTMR.

u 0 machine for the manufacture 3 I a. m. Altogether I was nothin .

4{ One humorist says that no matter how great a man is the of upholstery tacks. The tree surgeon < more or less than a total loss. Five Sorthwest Florida road projects AND MRS. A. HARTMAN J JI

: size of his funeral depends on the weather., brands the editor an ignora- Well, they put me to bed will ( now In progress, nine morein THE PLACE TO ENJOY YOURSELF
:11 mu. for failing to print a two colmn a hot water bottle and sent anS. the mill. ____. _

0 story about the inroads of the I. O. S. for the doctor. The oU

''I/r"1 It is hoped that taking the profit of out war doesn't prove Dutch, elm disease In the New boy feels my:! pulse .thumps mj; I
/ I states. The stamp colleo- theremom 6Rt pkR.i.L
cheat and whlpfcitiut/ a .
4as: difficult taking the war out of profit. ed ,
:; as tor Is lost In wonderment because etlll', 3 5k.'r t'$ ,> J -
nn K :: ,
? Otf falls to .1fi. { sfdtf. &r x4
Y his favorite paper recognize "Listen Doc,"'I says, "you bet- >::YXYn +

, f. If you wonder where all your relatives are just ,die and the Importance of his articleon tllr not go stlckln' that glass sUcK ; k
the value of an orchid stamp ln' teeth Ii II yy.t .
'$:!, leave some money and you'll soon find out. uf between my
with likeness of the king
a don't want !to have it shattered ,' i4 A
you ,.
0 Abyssinia accidentally printed up- zAt k ? h xDr
!: to fragments. If you really 'f e
f;1 1 A farm boy who plows with a mule in the daytime does Ide-down. They do not realize want to.1 know what's wrong with Yb n'R b" u. fii.p: 1. 'of't i. i'. v-' >* ..v'!

;Ea' n't have to count sheep to get to sleep at night. that the If a limited newspaper Interest were of devotedto each ne,, all you gotta do is just etich win- i "
hat blamed thing out the ,
, 0 group that chooses to use Its columns "
\!.II there would be no room for low.
elated if wife in last season's ; After three days of huggln' a
ti| Don't be too your appears
I the that Is of general Interestto
, news
out llmversa/ Carry r .
radiator and looking >
;/ hat. Perhaps she's merely saving up for a new dress. everybody.A window panes at a world ol i f t '

,J,;,l 0 newspaper's success depend naked trees and bleak landscape,, t.,.
. entirely upon Its appeal to a mass i$ s : N '.' t 'yx tq "'
he Doc. I can venture out a S ff** tn,
j Those who spend their time trying to break into society of people. Therefore, the death ota says ..'., < 't. rr *. .r E i.a '...5' t5 ,;. ti ,,

, health and their in the who had lived In the midstof gain.
often break their pocketbook process. man Now I'm trylnt: to,figure out howto
\ the community served by the '..tori
'C1 kind of
o get from here to some a ; f
'Vf;\: The sensation of smell will soon be on the radio. Here's I paper more space Is bigger than news the and death deserves of a closed steam heated vehicle headed -

:6;.t, hoping that some of the old jokes don't smell as bad as they man who moved away from the i. printed South. I'll_I hope be,black by the In the time Land this i ,X'Ms&C**C i
l and la
; sound. community years ago of I Sunshine and I'm tellln' you now <
by but few Inhabitants.All 'k % .r' ?
hat the next guy who happe'P'talong ;
'0- +
;1 other types of informationmust Idea that ttake .4 ',
with the
Jack Dempsey says the boxing business is slowing up. b. Judged by the same yard- a trip North In April is pav-

yy} And according to news reels of the past!!! two or three fights, tick of news value. In'r the way for a good healthy
There are two sides to every
l'nthe\ boxers are too. poke> In the nose.
uestlon-even the question of be-
of who
And Ifany you folks
o ing considerate and reasonable. It
ame down to Florida to get away
It is most unfortunate that while the young man's fancy Is just as embarrassing for the from cold weather think that It'srettlng

H I-1- is turning to thoughts of love, his mother's are turning to ;newspaper print an to article be forced on the to groundsthat refuseto along toward time to start

ack,, take my"advice and stay
sulphur and molasses. it lacks news value as It I.for Is
south another month or so at least.rtieyre ,. ., +...
o the reader to find the columns ". I
still shovelln coal and f f
Will Durant says that American civilization is facing ex- cloned to him. Our advice, therefore ayln' doctor bills up here In this
to the who Is vitally ,
KI| person
tinction. What worries most of us is facing the next payment Interested in the care and feeding ockeyed corner of the country. :r' '
Unseasonable weather, the Halves ,
4; on the automobile. of Infant guppies Is to stop and call It, but If you ask me, It..
consider how many other people
o Just plain "unbearable.
'' Interested In the _
are similarly .
The newlywed husband thinks that the better housing '
P subject before submitting any articles -

h campaign is all right, but that the greatest need of the for publication. M>g summer months., There Is no ::

country ia 'a better cooking movement. There Is no greater delight to doubt but that baseball activity ItIt
an editor than to receive a well Is given up will be missed bylocal
0 written article from some subscriber fans bore, this summer.A .
w.y' Greta Garbo made the headlines!!! the other day when she ; on a subject of general Interest -

''S1 worked a few minutes overtime. Those poor downtrodden I which Is likely to appeal to COMPETITIVE WORLDA

a movie.stars certainly have our sympathy. a other wide hand circle there of readers.Is nothing On more the recent article in the Dairy- ONE name comes quickly to mind when you think of "The Universal Car."
: Hen's League News had this to'lay
-0- painful than to receive a communication The is Ford. No other
In regard to farmers' coopera- description distinctively car is used by so many

It is estimated that $500,000,000 is dropped in slot ma- from a good friend ',''ve I movements:. i is
millions of and in of the it
that Is of no earthly concern to men women every part Everywhere
chines annually. Just another bit of evidence to prove that ""Farmers both as sellers and aauyers
nyone but the writer himself. In I of commodities are tak- the symbol of faithful service. .That has always been a Ford fundamental -
,' Barnum knew what he was talking about. : .plte of the bonds of friendship,

0 i th. conscientious newspaper man :Iin.tumble their of chance competitive In the rough business and i i Something new is constantly being added in the way of extra value.

;" Marcus Crassus is said to have laughed only in hid I must relegate such ill-fated manuscripts I They are obliged to match them-
|ji once I to hie already overburdened ? Each year the Ford has widened its appeal by increasing its usefulnessto
nlife, -when he saw a donkey eating thistles. They must not basket. !elves against other business men
waste-paper nd other industries. Practically motorists. .Today's Ford V. 8 is more than ever "The Universal Car"because
'have had any fancy soup eaters back in those days. -0--
I all I other business and Industry U
Bpd o WHAT, NO BASEBALL latrongly organized, and farmers it encircles the needs of more people than any other Ford ever

The Seminole Indians have at last declared "peace" with It seems rather odd at this timed cannot hope to be successful In built. It reaches out and up into new fields because it has everythingyou
for there to be no agitation heir competition' unless they areganized.
the United .States. We wish that all wars were as harmless over year the prospects of a baseball The Stronger their ornlsatlon need in a modern automobile. ,. ;The; Ford V-8 combines fine-car

r aa the one they have technically been engaged in. team to represent Starke on the the greater will be the
performance comfort safety and beauty with low first and low cost
o diamonds In this part of the state. marketing and buying power of ,cost
The death blow to baseball here trlcultureHalfhearted."- of and There '
operation up-keep. is no other like.it.FORD
car .
Sociologists used to claim that a war was necessary once-] this season: seems to have been ? attempts at organ- .

|v; in-a-while to keep the world from becoming overpopulatedbut struck by the failure of a FERA ittlon In Bradford County have

that was before automobiles came into such general use.i project to go through providing form met-with comparative failure thus
erection of grandstand at anew 'I f.r.but this does not mean that cooperative -
field that had. been selected ; movements should nevI" V-8
The Harvard psychology laboratory.reports, that students east of town. be tried, here again. The far-

i: l- who get high marks in classrooms don't laugh at puns. The success of the Starke nine Mrs who are making the most

'">'' Amateur humorists have observed that lots of: other folks last season when It tied for first agrees now in effecting reeovlery. $495 up, f.e.II. De rot. Standard accessory group including bumpen sad .ps,. tire earL S..aD down 1efs
in the In which It the ,who toIstrone. ,sal
place league waslaying are ones belong
Easy terlll8 Universal Credit .
tkroul4 .tf
don't either., C-paDY AU body types have Batty a4es tlaneu&faOUI at eo--
added a bit of pep to the .,hard-working cooperative. --


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