Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: April 3, 1931
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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>.
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bUshed 1877 Subscription-For Year $1.50; Six Months-75c-Payable in Advance E. Matthews, Owner and Publisher

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acing of Rock Baisden In Defeats Thrilling- Fosyth Bout 4-H Club :PictureIs FARMERS-- STUDY COVER CROP ON HEARING EXPRESS TIIURSDAY RATES :W eek's Movement I r;,

Starts Monday Valdottta Proves a Boxer Boxing Real Hands Lemon Fighter.Starke! and Battler Well Attended I DEMONSTRATION AT MEETINGDAMAGE 'BERRIES Plant City, IN March CARLOTS 31 An- 226,144 Quarts .

[ nouncement was made yesterday

Will I* Months Lake Gainesville, March 31. "Kid" The Same Show to Be Given at I by R. W Burch Inc., of this city; -

city In Three Baisden. a trim fighting: machine Starke, Hampton and DONE BY Austrian Winter Pea Being Grown that the Interstate Commerce Prices Show Sharp Upward Trend

from Valdosta, Ga., stepped into Brooker this Week. LIGHTNING BOLT-IS For Cover on Farms of J. S. Commission will hold a hearing at Thursday Plant City r

laa. April 2. Between BO the City Club ring last night and Q11I KLREPAlltED Howard and S. M. Dukes the city hall here on Thursday of: Croat Panned

stat convicts will begin work handed Vasco Forsyth. Starke box- The 4-H Club motion -- this week, April 2, to investigate -

5 orrow on the 16 miles stretch er, a lesson in scientific fighting "Under the 4-H Flag" was picture very Damage done.'to electrical service A large number of farmers from the express rates charged on Florida From a total of 03.068 quart 1 ,
eight of the ten rounds. For- strawberries In lota. Examiner
gbway No. 28 from Florahome much enjoyed by the large crowdat In Palatka by the freak stormof Union and Bradford counties met car shipped out from the StarkeLawtey -
syth game bulldog type of fighter, McComber has been ,
completing the last d.BII'- section last week, shipments. ,
kept In and in the Lawtey on Monday evening Saturday mornfoK: was all repaired last week in a field meeting to
0f the from Palatka boring tenth nated by the commission to con- I for the week ending Wednesday.a+
highway where it was shown through the by 6:30: p.m, that evening,
round connected with one of his the dem duct the hearing when it la expected A "
study cover
I Herbert ., winter crop night swelled to 226.144 quarts, ,
courtesy of the U. S. Departmentof Crook, manager of the local
!, a'cuiesple. Inc., which com- vicious left hooks and had the Agriculture and the State Extension offices of the.Florlda Power ALight castrations being grown by J. S. will be opened at 10 o'clock I the movement going out by freight
Georgia boy hanging on. It was a Thursday morning, the usual Um '
the hardaurfaclnffbegin refrigerator, refrigerator,
I express
will do Service with the announced Howard and '
real battle and cooperation company today. S. M. Dukes at Dukes, q
the crowd of for
to put rock on the road of the county agent. Eighty-three services were temporarily opening such hearings. ,open express to nearby points >n ,
present were kept on their feet by In cooperation with county agent, Owing to the material benefit
C. Caddell in formed Georgia and the Carolina and a
M The first two reels shows the put out of commission Mr.
aday. ,
News today. '- .. I the real action. Baisden is one of methods growing out hogs in Crook said.Service L. T, Dyer., Mr. J. Lee Smith. Dis- which will doubtless come from ,heavy movement by trucks supplyIng 1 9w

e stretch will take about three: the cleanest, fast-moving and snappy the ton. Utter contest which has was entirely suspended at trict Extension Agent from Galnew lower rates to the growers of north Florida and south Oeor-,, ,

JU to complete and when ftn-I thinking boxers that baa ever created: so much Interest in Waldo Penney Farms. Lire But- YUle and Mr. Dyer were. present strawberries, a cordial invitation is :cal Truck movement from the lo-' ,

will give 'direct route from: appeared in the local ring. He out- tales during the' last few.yearn.many ler and Melrose but all repair were and explained to thefarmers pres extended and growers urged to be platform wan unusually heavy, p?
boxed. Forsyth In round but enl the value of the the present for the hearing. The meeting Movement 123.664''
the Gateway City$ cut- every It shows. some ,of the methods made at these places by Saturday crop uses this week was'
around 30. miles,from existing; two.: .The ;Judges unanimously practiced la the production of noon.-Palatka Dully N.",.*.- of It. and the methods of growing Thursday la the retult of> efforts quarts for Starke and 100,480''
I picked winner, and be hogs the farm. good and handling It. made by R. W. Burclvlnc., quarts for Lawtey and the average'' ,

A.the time the lI"1orahomepai i will be rematched In the local ring The on feature picture shown In Tests were made by cutting all with the support of other shipper price for the week was itt l-2c: per'
just as aa cut' SUNRISE SERVICE A"i'PRESBYTERIAN the off measured In this district, to secure lower the
link is completed the bridge' soon a badly lip four reels IB'from the famous 4-H green crop a plot quart week's .average belng-
New River between Starke heals. Club CHURCHAn and weighing it. This showed that transportation rates on Btrawber higher than quoted at Plant City.
rtbe story written John Chase
will also be corn-i Beck Wins Again I the average was about fifteen tons rise, which, if successful will en- Heavy rains In the Plant City
Butler and read !
Lake by thousands of and
it is expected which will Tom Beck, of Lawtey, turned boys 1 Easter!: sunrise service will be of green matter per acre-an able growers to secure better price section Monday night practically
ed girls throughout It
volume of traffic seek- in 'another win when he defeated country. held In .the Presbyterian church equivalent of about 64 pounds of for their berries, It is firmly be wiped out the remaining strawberry -
te t a emphasizes the value of the
the shortest.route to. the east "Dutsy"' Rhodes in the semi-final ized club work the organ-rural next Sunday morning*'*! 6:30.: A. actual plant food or about four lIeved. crop for that section, the lea
this city. when Rhodes' handlers threw in among splendid program has been arranged hundred pounds of nitrate of soda T. D. Geoghtgan of Washington ries being so badly damaged that
it t through I boys and girls, and shows what
operations onother the towel at the end of the fifth fine by Miss LuclUe Mitchell and will per acre. Mr. Smith state that we D. C., a commerce specialist buyers would not take the offerings
ieanwbUa grading things be
end of the highway from round. In that round Rhodes was out may accomplished by be put on by the Christian Endeavor could not compare the crop to 400 of national reputation, baa been Wednesday and the fruit was- t
i carrying methods In the
city to""Bunnell' commenced' down for the' count of nine and 4-H Club work.b taught_. Society. of i the1$ Presbyterian pounds of nitrate of soda althoughIt present by R W. Burch, Inc.- to dumped. A sharp reaction was seen'on

: weeks were being ,was 'saved by the belL Rhodes The given" churchthe" B. .'PiU. of the Baptist contained as much actual plant the case of the growersand the Starkt-Lawtey platforms
ut two ago same show will be
hed with four crews at 'work. fought a game fight, but was outclassed Starke on Thursday Hampton ", church J and. vine' Epworth food, but that it is worth much shippers. lie will have the cooperation Thursday, prices Jumping to 24 to
from Bunnell I by the Lawtey boy League' of tief;Methodist church more because It adds a great and support of the Flor- 26 cents a quart and with the last
force la working on Friday and Brooker
e while another is on Saturday All churches are to brf"represented amount of vegetation to the sol Ida railroad commission In this of the South Florida berries off the
Shell Bluff reing evenings at 7:3O is in-
out Everybody on the pro&'J'&m.and' U< is hoped which holds the moisture and encourages case, and in view of the high rate market by last of this week, local
the operation working vited. There is cost. ,
Bluff to Bunnell. Otherare STUDENTS CONDUCT no. that a large number of people will the growth of bacteria In' now in effect on Florida strawberries buyers are anticipating a steady

Shell from Shell EVENING SERVICE AT be present. A cordial Invitation is the soil which Is very valuable. It Is anticipated that the com- rise In prices to 30 to SB cents a vJ

working PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH STATE INSTITUTIONS CAN extended to all. II About 60 acres of this crop t is plaint will bring much needed relief quart and possibly higher.
and Santo
f to San Mateo from I RENDER l\IUCIIIIELP IF WE The program is M follows: being turned under now on these to the Industry.R. I Thirteen cars of berries were

Shell Bluff. done the Sunday evening, last, students GIVE THEM OPPORTUNITYBy Hymn. I two farms and corn will be plantedIn W. Burch Inc., are actively shipped from Louisiana Tuesdayand
e work Is being by from the Y. M.. C. A. of I supported In this effort by the following -
of Gaines- Prayer-Mr. .W. B. Barnes. about two weeks. Such fine results market reports on this fruit gi
rpby Construction Company I ville conducted splendid evening ( Spuds Johnson) Hymn. have been gotten from then shippers: Lee R. Miller Auction show that It Is green and not being i q

ndo. service at the Presbyterian church. The other day I took a trip to Scripture readings crops that Mr. Dyer Is pushing it: company, R. J. Head W, B taken. With the flood of fruit going -

I This meeting was under the lead- Gainesville, and while out at the Prayer-Miss Murla Weeks. as one of the very best practice' Chandler & Co, Dover Growers Into the markets from south-

RENTS OF SOUTH ership of Mr.- W. P. Dillingham, University called on my friend the Solo-Evelyn Stump. for the farmers to grow their own I Association and I. D. Glddens of ern Florida points the market was

FLORIDA BEANS INCREASE who was ably'assisted by Messrs.C. entomologist of the State Plant Responsive reading Miss Car- fertilizer. He states that Mr. Lakeland. The distributing connections saturated and although outside
I Blair, E. T. Vining, C. A. Stans- Board. He told me something rie TT;Jow.Vvolln; Dukes last year Increased his yieldof of these shippers are also buyers have been on the groundthis

ml Fla., March 27-Shlp-, field and M. Gerould. which I have been thinking about a Solo-Mr. Jack Long. corn from 10 bushels per acre supporting the action, It was said, week buying was light until f

II of south Florida beans, last I They were accompanied by Mrs.J. lot since I came home, so I am go- Topic-The Living Christ. to 30 bushels with one crop of the and all concerned are convince* there was a let-up in shipment P

ka exceeded 100 cars for the I E. Johnson, wife of the y:. M. C. ing to pass It on. Talks by Mr. W. B. Barnes. Miss peas without other fertilizer at a that In addition to making It ppsslble > from the Plant City section. Can ;

l time since the frosts of early II A. secretary. It'%*\ .,,|fe:.% He showed me a letter writtento Grace Wood and Lucille Mitchell, cost of $'.60 per acre. He state to Increase the growers' returns ceiling of an order for forty refrig- \

ember. Light rains on Monday A pleasant social hour''was en- him by a citizen of this state. and Mrs. Jessie Mae B1akel that the state extension has ar- lower transportation cost erator cars yesterday for Plant i

>t growers out of the fields and I joyed after the services!! in the The man was thanking him for a Poem-Easter )'iornMls8Jus.. ranged for lower prices on seed for I will greatly. Increase consumption City is taken by local buyers to
lngi were light. Some growers manse. -- little service which the doctor had sle Mae Bennett. I. next; fall planting and he expects of strawberries in all markets. mean that the crest has passed for

r that the rain caused the crop rendered him. Then the writer Violin Solo-All'... Fernandez. to see !large acreage planted In the, mi that point and this section will r'
.. "". ". wevt-on to that he had been In have clear market until the '
mature a little faster, and IIhtpI say Prayer-Dr., 0.\ II. Lowry. two counties. a
\ toward the middle and end METHODIST this state for 21 years and had nev- Hymn e I.. Louisiana movement reaches its ,

\the week were much heavier. er known before that it was pos- A. E. Wall and S. R. Johns ush- ANDREW J. MUKDEN LIMITS: peak.

use of the cold, rainy weath- Sunday at 11:00: o'clock there sible to get such assistance.The ers. Total movement for week endIng -

during the first of,the month, will be the following Easter services particular help which the Funeral services of Andrew J. Grading crews on the new state Wednesday night:

Ida have been rather light. at the Methodist church: man received was the Identificationof Murden, 41, of Daytona Bench were I prison farm road have reached the Starke, qts. _ ??______125,601
;rude following the rains whipped Voluntary, Instrumental. a scale which had given him UNION EASTER held Sunday afternoon at the borne city limits and this week are gradIng Lawtey, qts. _________100,480

vines and scarred many of the Hymn-Christ, the Lord, Is Ris- some trouble. However, the specific of the widow's parents Mr.. and the final stretch to connect

og beans, but most of the scar- en Today. service does not make any dif- On Sunday night April the 6th at Mrs. J. ),I. Alvarez. Mr. Murden with state roads 13 and 48 on 10th Total qts.Previously. ___________..226.144., ''

stock has already been shipped. I The Apostles Creed recited by ference. The point I am trying to 8 o'clock, the union Easter service lost his life In an automobile accident street. There remains only the fl. reported ...____ 59,212

illty has improved in the last, all. make is that this citizen had lived will be held at the Baptist church, when returning from a visit nal shaping up of the grade whenIt

days, and growers report a: Prayer, concluding with the here 21 years without finding out The Easter message will be attrac- to friends at Melbourne. lie died will be In readiness for surfacing Total quarts _____......_.285,350

tly increased yield from their, Lord's Prayer. the help he could get merely for tively told In song. The programIs at Melbourne March 27th. following the necessary length of I

er plantings. I Anthem-Easter Morn (Lane) the asking. I wonder how many as follows: The funeral services was con- time to allow for settlin All Receipts _ *_._._..___$37,313.70(

Host t of the shipments last week -By choir composed of, MesdamesA. other farmers are in the name condition Processional HymnChrist the ducted by Rev. L. O. Harris of the heavy fllla have been completed for Previously reported '___, 12,149.60,

e from the section around: W. Anderson, E. M. Johns, R. ? Lord Is Risen Today Episcopal church of Penney Farms, several weeks. Driving of plllnj

IDpano and Ft. Lauderdale. The F. Demorest, O. L. Haynes. J. H. Our state spends a lot of money Ye Slow of Heart, solo and Mrs. J. L. Briggs of Jacksonville, on the bridge across New River are Total _ __________ -.$49,463.30,

of the movement from the'I Ritch, Jr.. A. Z. Adkins, R. J. trying to help its farmers, for it chorus Petrle. sang "I Shall Fail Asleep" and a far advanced and Indlcatlnnn are .

age around Pompano will prob- Davis and Miss Florence Mat- recognizes the fact that its great- Joy to the World, chorusPetrie male 'quartette composing L. C. that his bridge will be completedwell

be thews, est wealth lies in the soil. Yet if within the time limit. TRAIN SCHEDULE
passed by the first week In I sopranos. Powell, John Powell, Owen Griffin,
and. shipments from the east Mesdames D. E. Knight, E. K. we do not use the agencies main- Come Only Salvation, duet-Pe. L. F. Smith and accompanied by -

should be rather light after Perryman, H. A. Bishop, Miss. tained by the state for our benefits, trie. MIss Ethel Griffin sung "Some GEORGE: V. ANDERSON: Effective March 29th our schedule

t lima II Grace Wood, altos. they cannot do much to help us. Offertory Day" We'll Understand. changes and trains will run aa

e crop around the Lake has Mrs. F. H. Long, accompanist. Even the county agent comes' Cantata, The First Easter-Wil- The pallberers were members of Masonic Hall, Archer Lodge, No. follows:

,ered several serious set-backs,1 Soprano solo, selected Mrs. R. around more when I keep worry- son.Silent the Jones-Langforcl-Whlte PORt 107 F. & A. M., Archer, Florida. No. 1, southbound local due ,'

now appears to be In fairly J. Davis, accompanied by Mrs. H. Ing him. the Sleeping Town- American Legion who were: J. K, INASMUCH as it has pleased almighty Starke, 11:23: p. m.

hape. Shipments from that I V. Knight. The Experiment Station, the Ag- Chorus. Corpening, N. D Wainwright, Jr., Coil to call to his last reward No. II, southbound, local due t,

ion have been mostly in mlx-' Lesson from the Old Testament ricultural Extension Service, and In the Garden-Contralto solo. G. Kirk Lewis, L. D. Vining. A. J our Worshipful Brother, Oeo. Starke, 11:10: a. m

cars and express lots, but sev-' read responsively by minister and the State* Plant Board can give us Shall Heavy Rock-Soprano solo Thomas and W. M. Walnwrlght V. Anderson, who departed this life No. 107, limited due Starke.

?straight cars were shipped congregation.The a lot of help if we ask them. Oth- and chorus. Mr. Murden was born in Berk- on the afternoon of March 13, 1931, 10:30: a m.

'n that section last week. If fable Gloria Patri. erwise we may remain In the midstof The Break of Day-Soprano solo eley, Va., in 1879. He spent mostof surrounded at his bedside in the No. 191, aouthbound, limited, due

> weather continues,_ ship- Anthem -' Christ Arose! (Bow- these people all our lives and be his life In Portsmouth, Va., He hospital by relatives and friends, Starke 11:00: ( p. m.
would like the who had never heardof Our Lord Indeed Is Risen-Qhor- and, No.2, northbound, local due
7? Increase this week, ers)-By choir. man served four years in the V. S.
become heavy around the mid- Lesson from the New Testament. them. These folks are glad to al.AlII Navy. He was connected In business WHTCRKAS. we feel keenly the Starke 0:43: 11.. m.

of April Notices, followed by collection.. help us; let's use them! Hall-Tenor nolor and chor- In Jacksonville, Orlando, Savannah I loss of a beloved brother who, as No. 12 northbound, local, duo

Hymn-Lo! in the Grave He S us.Lo Ga., and Daytona Beach, a Charter Member ban arMed more< Starke 3.05: p. m. =

FIRE DESTROYS HOME Lay-Congregation and choir. "PRINCESS POLLY" ISCLEVER! I am With You Always- where he recently moved. Wher- than any other to the character of No. 108 northbound, 'due Starke.

Sermon on the subject of the COMEDY Bass solo. ever Mr. Murden lived his friends this lodge, having been an ardent, 5:52: p. m. .

breaking out at 7:30: Tues- Resurrection-Rev. W. F. Jones. -- Christ Is Risen-Final chorus. were numbered by his acquain energetic, and loyal Mason for HUrke Wannr

"''Ent completely destroyed the Prayer-By pastor. According to O. O. McIntyre, Benediction. tances. Ills genial manner won him nearly fifty years which so ably No. 101 leaves Starke 7.00: a. m.
Recessional Hymn-All Hall the qualified him for the wine counsel No. 702 arrives 2:40: m.
on Ninth street owned by H. Doxology and Apostolic Benedic there are plays and PLAYS. The Friends everywhere, who mourn his r'u
Jesus Name.
Power of
B' he furnl hell our lodge from its Inception -
The tion.. loss
Tp flanks bad gained latter classification Is suggestiveof
: The soloists for the evening are
h headway that the firemen In the evening the congregations "Princess Polly," clever three Ho Is survived by his widow and : and, idea Uun Schedule
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. R. J. Da-
do nothing this section of the different churches will uniteat act musical comedy being sponsored little son; father, J. A. Murden, of WHEREAS until physical In- Southbound-9:31: a. m., 11:31a. :
being J. D. Jr.. Miss Flor-
vis Mrs. Doyle,
faded\ with only' a small water the Baptist church, where an by the American Legion at the' Matthews, Miss Ethel Griffin Baltimore, Md., two sinters, Mrs, /Irmltles of the lust few months m., 4:01 p. m., 6:31: p. m., 12:14a. :

and very jow pressure and Easter Cantata will be given by Woman's Club of Starke, April 10, ence David Moore and Mr. Owen W. J. Wicks of Berkley, Va., one prevented, his constant and regular m.
turned their attention to the combined choirs, under the direction beginning at 8 o'clock. Griffin. The members of the chorus brother W. B. Murden of Balti- attendance at all meetings was Northbound-8:BO a. m., 1:23: p. ;
an inspiration to us all, knowingthat r
IJJJg Mr. John Powell.STt'E usual Md.Attending.
of more
ka adjoining property from The play Is unlike the : are: he always hAd something to m., 4:07: p. m., 7:33: p. m., 4:43: a.
the funeral from out
brerwaecarriedton wind. No e home talent production in many A. Z. Adkms,
Sopranos add to the routine and:
stud- of town were: Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
been m.Tickets
IS The have
the fur- MILL respects. parts
Miss Inez Abernathy, Miss Gussle knowing that we would be better and Information at.Smith's
owned by MOVED TO 8TAKKE out and well placed and the Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gray,
the ied
Lewis R.J. Davis Mrs.
t Mae Bennett ,
men and Masons by our contact Service Station, next t. j
buildingwwaa .. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Briggs of Jacksonville -
show rapid
partly cov- '----- dally practices prog- Miss Min Gruber
J. D. Doyle, Jr., made
with him In the lodge/ u* courthouse.
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Kilt-
: Miss ,
W. P. Smith, who has been oper- ress. It Is being. coached by Miss Eunice Perkins, Miss Evelyn look forward with glad anticipationto
of Melbourne Mrs. G. C
and redge
The choruses
ating stave mill for some time in Betty
a Stump. ,: our Mosonla meetings: and Cloning of Mails
CONSUMPTION Price of Portsmouth Va., Mrs. H
IN BRADFORD Watertown this week moved with dances are being practiced dally Altos: Miss Thelma Andreu, WHEREAS as Our Most Worshipful South '
F. Lawrence of West Palm Beach
his to Starke, having completed -, and these will go far to making Griffin Miss Elizabeth +
Ethel ,
family Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Ferrel, Al Grand Master so ably expressed Train No. 107, first class mail.
the opening of bis new stave "Princess Polly" one of cleverest, Kendrick Miss Florence Matthews. ''
when conducting with 10:10
I : a. m.
Aurena, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Saunders -
Pdon ng the lowest gasoline mill at that place. He called at the most Interesting and successful Tenors: David Moore, John Pow- of Daytona Beach and Mr. and Masonic honors the commitment of Train No. 11, parcel post, 10:5O:
of months, the office Tuesday to have his home talent plays ever presentedin ell.
the report Gazette Mrs. W. P. Randall of Tampa our beloved brother's last earthly a. m.
eJ inspection' bureau de. paper changed to the new address Starke. I Basses: A. O. Andreu Owen remains to the grave: "He was an North '

or Hotel a
COunty With heart yel- the Fresh Air
46'282 but :
) COllI g the month of February, low pine best suited for staves, was summer resort and the usual sum- elLAccompanist.. Mrs. E. :M. Davis.'' follows I THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED Train No. 108, first class mall.

Jed With 09,981 gallons .nearly played out around here, and summer "vacationists" are pres- An offering will be taken for the Sunday, April 9, as that this Lodge extendto 15:30>: p. m.
for Fuary.. For the state to- that there was a fine stand of it at ent.There benefit of the local welfare associa: our late brother's bereaved Wid- Final closing of night malls 6:00
be sixteen chorus 6:3O: a. m., Sunrise Prayer meetinc. -
aty Were however, that he will also 'h
21,261.473 Starke. He say tion. ow and family our deepest love and p. In.
IIoCfom.Jpared With 22,221- liked his new home and the people girls, six chorus boys, sixteen A cordial Invitation'U extendedto Topic, "The Easter Messagen sympathy in their sorrow, praying HUrke and Bell Branch
of Literature". Leader Miss Lucille -
very much, having been received chorus girls from 9 to 12 years alL Mitchell. that our Heavenly Father will help MaU closes 7:00: a. m.

!NGREMMMEN 'with the proverbial glad hand by age; 100 small children, fifteen men and 10 a. m. Sunday School, J. M. ,and guide them.RESOLVED Mall arrives 2:40: p. m.
the matrlmonal agency
VISITORS ,the citizenship of Starke. from ItECJPZ'I further, that a copyof .
the stave mill last, but not least, fifteen bathing GOVERNMENT I Truby, supt.
Aa at Watertown WHITEWASH! these resolutions be spread upon Strawberry shipments are In-
FOR 11 Easter
a. m. Morning worship -
I telan d and 11. J. at Starke is owned by Mr. Smith, beauties composing the prominentmen the the minutes of this Lodge, and a creasing dally at Starke and Law-
sermon by pastor.
, Tom A. Yon of Talf who Is assisted In operating it by of the town.CONVICT farmers plan to All evening services omitted for page of our minute book be Inscribed tey and the growers of these two

, were in Stake for a short his eons W. P. Smith Jr., and J. RECAPTURED e renovate In spring and many whitewash their tilts Sunday on account of union > to his memory; that a copy be towns are now wearing the name

Smith. He starts with a ent to the Starke Telegraph, Wauchula and Plant
Il Eldridge kind of smile
benefit the Easter services at the
A. Creeneat buildings and for their Baptist
hL home good many advance orders and church. Starke, Florida a copy to The City growers wore a few weeks k
tested Government recipe for making -
_Street with fifty employes, twenty-five In A negro convict working Gainesville News, Gainesville, Florida ago.Time.Union. r
the mill and twenty-five in the the grading crew on the state prison whitewash is printed: The annual congregaUonalllleetlng for publication and a copy: to .-o-_...
his second try, Slack one-half bushel of lime of this church will be held In
all accounts It will farm road made his Immediately family. 5
and from number
woods Just as a of paragraph-
and Mr.. and succeeded dissolve one peck of common salt the church Wednesday evening
e. des Melvin McKlnneY, be a large Industry for Starke.- for liberty Monday to Hampton be- and boll three pounds of rice untilIt March 8, at 8 o'clock.: Signed: era were lauding the robins to the
Match 29th. Lake City Gazette. I In getting almost S. S. GIBBONS, skies, along comes the Starke Tele-
__ Catching a l Is a thick paste. Mix these together The annual every member canvass -
captured. M. C. MORPKR:
fore was ,
and add while mixture is last Sunday afternoon proved graph and says robins never start d
fin a es c L. Green train north of the depot O. R. LEYNES.:
goesto freight
R. A.
Stevenson until have to
of Congressman North they paused
It when it came, sun hot one-half pound of dissolved very successful: the budget for the
he will had to abandon Committee.
bd 'Pent a SUrk 'Then- Cblefland today where of the he and take to the woods: glue. Then add five gallons of church: year beginning April 1. was e sample the season's new utrawoer-
while with attend the closing: exercises to a stop He was spotted' water and let It stand for a few raised without difficulty and all -Times-Union
ismLax Crean of Starke. Okeechobce Construction now
Mr. Stev Chiefland high achooL hot to the buildingwith obligations for the past year have
and trailed days. Apply
O. mhing I the Powell place new '7, OO building
t* democrauc near to wherehe small brushes. A quart of been met. underway on Boynton-Robt. R. McCormfcIc '
the farm
g g comnytte. and Is The milk surplus season Is about with dogs from the railroad carbolic acid makes this mixture A cordial Invitation to all. our for local exchange of Inter-County seek permit to construct steel c

ahoy t of Florida here and plans should be made for was captured: on good disinfectant., I service extended to alL Telephone Company.: beet pUe groyne and seawall 1 ;

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._,. ___ __ .__.______ .' _____ _'_0News - _._ '--- -- -. .-.---.-------.-- -----_.----- ..----_. -- ._- Itt I
othy White, Lillian Sternberg and N. B. HULL, Deceased NOTICE OF KM3CT10V! quired to appear to th, laid iTI
To the heir.. legal representatives Complaint at the Clerk .Dl11'
r Elizabeth Craig. and all persons Interested In BY power vested In them by the Starke 'filet
the above named Estate, TAKE! NOTICE laws; of Florida, the Board of Public Florida, to anew laid
of Florida in Short Paragraphs Jftei : Instruction ofrRradford County, on the 8th day of April !
BRIDGE PARTY has been filed for the calls an election to be held at the otherwise the al1e/fall'n., ?. "'
appointment named places on April
of an administrator In following Bill will be *
bridge the above entitled cause, and all persona the 7th, 1931, for the purpose. of It Is. taken as confessed
A party was Interested are hereby cited to electing three trustees each, and determining der b. ordered that tbj
I Ir Friday before me on Monday the the to be assessedIn published once a r
given by Mrs. L. D. Vining appear or.llla..e four
consecutive J '
D. 1'31, which In each week in the I
8th day of April. A. on
MKS. L. A. DAVIS HOSTESS afternoon at her home on Madison ford County Br"-
NEWS date, said petition will be heard' the purpose of holding said Telegraph n.... ,
[ LIVE STATE TO U. D. C. street. and unjess a suitable person having election the managers are as follows Bradford of general circulation 8 o.i
I The party rooms were prettily preference by law over the petitioner : S Done and orde'redlatdStance.
shall apply for the appointmentby For Lawtey: James Rosier, R. R. I
N occasion with ,
decorated for the .
The W. T. Weeks chapter of the reason of such preference, I will Thede and L. M. Murrhee.For Ida this 4th day of March .&,.
U. D. C. met at the lovely home of sweet peas in pastel shades, roses appoint the Petitioner or some other Hellbronn: N. D. Green W. C. 1981.
l Mrs. L. A. Davis on Wednesday; and wisteria. The tallies score suitable person as administratorof demons and Lonsle Starling. G. W. ALDERIAN:

.' TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES afternoon. The rooms were prettily pads and favors were suggestiveof said administration estate, and thereon.will Issue lettersof W.For Coleman Boatdraln and:John M. O Prevatt.Urlffls, W. ATTEST; above Clerk ill Circuit a true Cou';'

: r ;: \. decorated with numerous bowls the Easter season. Witness my hand and the seal of For Brooker: K M. Ilacen, B. F, theS6Bt.48.original on file In oppr
-. .__ ----_. -- - -' -- -6 and baskets of lovely pink rosebuds At the close of several progres- the Probate Court of Bradford Coun- Hagen and, J. M. Mott. G. w. ALDEItYAN:\
and sweet sions of the game prizes were ty, Florida, this 4th day of March, A. J. QRIFFI3, Clerk Circuit Cou';
I DeFuniak Springs The Walton peas. A. D. 1931. H D. MAY Secretary
i have, rescinded Madison-Madison city Jail has Mrs. Darby, the president, pre- awarded Mrs. O. L. Beasley hold' QEO. A. GARDINER Chairman. 8.8-It-4.8.
county commissioners sided over the business meeting er of high, Mrs. W. M. Wainwright (SEAL County Judge and
their action making a enjoyed the distinction, if any,
Plans holder of second and 'Mrs. A. Z. Judge of Probate.
Mrs. Hill
with as secretary.
i closed fresh water fishing season. having had as a prisoner the col- 3-6-6t-4-S.

i There will be no closed season. ored chauffeur of F. Gordon Rule, were erans made on memorial for entertaining day, also: the com-vet- Adkins The hostess low. assisted by Mrs. L. Noncia The State of Florida, to Verdla Say it with Flowers
at New Orleans
British general Langston, Greetings
consul ;
for a short time this week. mittees appointed to arrange pro- Wyman served the following: guestsa It appearing by affidavit' appended ..-.-.- -, ....
gram and to soloclt flowers to bs tempting: salad course: The State of Florida, to W. C. Me. to the Bill of Complaint In. the -
Miami-Permission to reduce The driver was arrested by Mar- used in decorating the graves of Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Mrs. R. F. Call, Greetings; Chancery cause pending In the Circuit Flowers For
,shal of traffic It appearing by affidavit appended All
Waring on a charge Court In and for Bradford Coun-
the area within the Miami city rule violation. He parked on the departed veterans. Demorest, Mrs. J. A. Saul Mrs. A. to the bill of Complaint In the Chan- ty Florida, wherein Carl E. Langs- .
limits will be asked at the session Mrs. R. J. Davis sang two lovely Z. Adkins, Mrs. J. C. Robinson rery cause pending In the Clrcul ton I Is Complainant and Verdla OccasionsGERTRUDE
side of the street. Mayor -
of the state legislature' next the wrong solos "The World is Waiting for Mrs. O. L. Beasley Mrs. E. M. fnurtIn and for Bradford County is. Langston! IB defendant, that the Bald
Oxford later dropped the charge Florida, wherein :Mildred McCall defendant la a non-resident! of the .. ,. ..
... .
month,.members of the city com the Sunrise," and "L'Amour Tou Johns, Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, Mrs.T. Complainant and W C. McCall Is state of Florida, and that her resi- - - --
mission said today. Jours L'Amour," (Love everlastIng T. Long, Mrs. E. Burns, Mrs. J. defendant, that the) said! defendant dence Is unknown, and there Is nopor..on
West Palm Beach-With an ad- ), with Miss ]Ethel: Griffinpianist C. Hoover, Mrs. T. T. Long Mrs.S. Is a non-resident of the state of In the state of Florida the GODBEYANDERSON
Florida, and that hla residence Is
Gainesville -- A half ton bronze ditional payment of $100,000 by ,,Mrs. Luther Powell read L. Peek, Mrs! W. M. Wainwright, unknown, and there Is no person In would service bind of a said subpoena defendant upon and whom that
the Okeechobee Flood Control District -
j. bell-relic of the now dismantled an interesting article on the beauties Mrs. H. C. Wall and Mrs. J. M. ho state of Florida the service of said defendant la over the ago of
Florida, and almost to the United States Govern of Florida, Mitchell. a subpoena upon whom would bind 21 years said cause being a Bill for
r battleship ment this month, $50,000 having Haul defendant, and the mild defendant Divorce. It Is. ordered thatlId Phone 39 Waldo Fla
t l' three feet in diameter, has been been paid last January, and with Mrs. Haynes Invited the chapterto poisoning ats Is over the age of 21 years, defendant b", and she IB hereby re- ..._-- -,----
received by the Florida Museumby meet with her in May Mrs. For that destroy Halil cause being a Bill for 1>lvorco.It . -- -- .. -- -- -- -
r -
Dr. Thomas Van Hynirg, director 085,000 made available by the Davis was assisted by Mrs. Ferryman watermelon, corn or other seed, entomologists Is ordered that said defendant be --
government, the Initial work on and he In hereby required to appearo
with the Florida Ex. ,
in serving ice cream and cake.
the said Bill of Complaint at the
the $90,000,000 flood control
f pro. Sweet peas were used as favors. pertinent Station recommend the Clerk's office Ktarke, Florida, to answer -
: ject for Lake Okeechobee Is now Dissolve 1-2 of said Kill on the 6th day of
W. Brockman Those present were: Mrs. A. M. following: teacup
Qulncy-John well under April A. D., 1911, otherwise the allegations -
r.Baltimore broker here to Inspect way Darby, Miss Amelia Ray, Mrs. L.H. starch in 3-4 pint of water. Add of Mid bill will be taken ADAMS FREE SHOW

holdings of tobacco packers, says Hill, Mrs O. L. Haynes, Mrs.O. an ounce of alkaloid strychninenot an confessed.It \
11: that conditions In the cigar trade St. Cloud Mayor Edward Par- L. Beasley, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, ( strychnine sulphate), an ounceof Is further ordered that tbls order -
radee has announced the of be published once a week for
better In the east. He esti- gift Miss Ethel Griffin, Mrs. R. J. Davis soda, and then about 16 tabletsof
are four consecutive weeks In the Bradford -
mates 40 per cent of all Florida 200 additional building: sites to war Mrs. S. L Peek, Mrs. L. G. saccarine. Spread this poison County Telegraph, a newspaper The Aristocrat of Medicine Shows
veterans, their families or depend- chicken scratch, and of general circulation publishedin
are consumed in Pennsylvania Powell Mrs. E. K. Ferryman, Mrs. over regular
J wrappers ents. Provision is made that the Bradford Florida.
i factories. J. M. Mitchell and Mrs. W. G. put over the field as a bait for the county
1 recipients must build on the lots Done and ordered at Btarke. Florida -
Halle. rats. this 4th day of March A. D., ONE WEEK COMMENCING
within a reasonable length of time. 1931. ....
BurtonSwartz The gift, it was said is in line with i that bothering O. W. ALDERMAN.
Aphids are
the idea of making this the Soldier VOMAN'S CLUB OF Clerk Circuit Court,
I 1,. right of way was accepted by the STARKE TO MEET and vegetables will be ATTEST; above Is a true copy of
commissioners In session City. A large number of veterans killed if sprayed or dusted with tobacco the original on file in my office
county reside here.Blountstown. G. W. ALDERMAN TUESDAY 7th
here Monday. This solves the problem The Woman's Club of Starke will preparations, according to Clerk Circuit Court. APRIL
No. 19 thru the Florida Experiments Station. a-e-st-4-a. ,
l' of routing The Calhoun hold their regular meeting Wednesday -
i the city. State officials are expected Growers afternoon at 3:30: o'clockat
County Strawberry
' to make the grade shortly. the club house. NOTICIiTOKBy ELECTIOll!
association has signed a the power vested In them by
t =- contract with Adkisson & Company Mrs. T' J. Griffin, chairman of the laws of Florida the Board of'ubllo COFFINS & CASKETSAnd CITY HALL LOT, LAWTEY, FLA.
Palmetto Owing to adverse of Brewton to handle marketIng the American Home Committee Instruction of Bradford county -
} weather conditions which have pre- thla will will be In charge of the program. calls an election to be held at a Full Line of
season. Shipments .
Vanderbilt 8ub-DI trlct No. 10 on
J I, vaUed In this section for several begin next week. D. B. Hayes is Dr. A. Fred Turner of Jacksonville April 28th. 1831, for the purpose of
.i weeks the date _of the Manateei representing the marketing firm will be the speaker for the after- electing three trustees and determining Undertakers' Supplies :MUSIC, SINGING, DANCING-HIGH CLASS
1* flower show announced for the mlllage to be assessed In
county here. A. L. Nuzum of noon.
,, president aid district. AUTOMOBILE HEARSE
11\ :March 28-27 at the Palmetto Wom- the association, Is pleased with the The hostesses are: Mesdames J.H. For the purpose of holding Raid VAUDEVILLE
1" : an's club, has been changed to Apr. outlook for the season and predicts Ritch, W. L Wall, Wm. Stern I election the managers are an. follows Always ea lland. The beet
910. R. A.: Weeks, N. Sternberg, H. H. : Levy Norman, Kerby Crews. service at fll. lowest price
success for county growers and Sam Whitehead. Special attention to telrrs>pk of Free
Young and A. Z. Adkins. it D. MAY, Plenty Parking Space
r: Panama City Seven hundred Chairman
St. Hotel who
Petersburg men
';/ and fifty tons of board paper left contributed to the building of a METHODIST. M. S A.Secretary:J QniFFIS, 3-27-51-4-24. EUMBALMEH.DEVVITT SHOWS START 7:45 P. M.

,, here Monday bound for Port New- pretty float to represent their or- CIRCLES TO MEET C. JONES
Bull Line steamer
ark aboard the No'rICEfO !
ganization in the festival of states I
second shipment STARKE. FLORIDA - - - - - -
This is the -
f.. Ellenor. parade here today wondered after The Noble White Circle of the Court of County Judge, Brad V- -- ..
the - - - - - -
of paper from new paper the procession had ended. LaterIt Methodist W. M. S. will meet at ford County State of :Florida.

J' mill. A number of shipments are was found that the entry had the home of Mrs. W. E. Middleton RSTATROF

1 being made ready for Canadian caught fire just a few seconds before Monday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock.

,: points. These will go by rail. the starting bomb was fired Mrs. Middleton will be leader for ,

S- and was destroyed, the only casualty the afternoon.The I
Sarasota-Board of directors of of the week's celebration. Harriet Peek Circle of the .

chamber of commerce adopted a Methodist W. M. S. will meet at the .
I resolution endorsing West Coast home of Mrs. D. E. home -
Apalachlcola-The Alfred I Du of Mrs. t e
'" Bridge and Tunnel company's $7- Pont Interests are planning on an D. E. Knight Monday afternoon at It' :

"*: 000,000 project which contemplates extensive reforestation programon I 3:30: o'clock with Mrs. A. Wood as new
the building of a combined bridgeIi" about 80,000 acres of their pine leader. o .. a real advance ISuper
tunnel Tampa bay, from
and across
land holdings In West Florida. This I
Piney Point, In Manatee county, to fact became known in connection. BIRTHDAY PARTY
Pinellaa Point in Plnellaa county.
with the recent opening of Flor- I, -
Ida's first paper mill at Panama Miss Vera Claire Robinson,

Ocala-Work has been started City, by the Southern Kraft Company daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. RobInson -f.r "
on what is to be one of the most ., ; ." ,
subsidiary of the International celebrated her thirteenth .. .
'" modern high school plants for col Paper Company, largest In birthday anniversary with a spend -

ored pupils In the south, at Fres- America Mr. Dupont owns some the day party at KIngsley Lake

,,,)1 senden Station, seven miles North 12 ,OOO acres of land In Walton, Saturday. March 28th. .'
iIT i of Ocala. Fully equipped, the Bay and Franklin counties. The young guests spent a delightful -

building, will cost In excess of day in swimming and

'i""", 580,000.. Pensacola--Bids for cutting the hunting eggs. Miss Martha Powell -,
.1"- Inland waterway from this city to found the golden egg and received -

Chipley-Roy B. Land, 14, son of Mobile will be opened at the office a prize. At noon a picnic

:Mrs. Cora Land, was killed Thurs- of the district federal engineer lunch was enjoyed. A yellow and )

day when a mule with which he in Montgomery next Tuesday white color scheme was carried '

was plowing ran away. The boy The sum of $250,000 for the project out in the table decorations being Shell

f. was dragged for some distance was made available in the recent entered with a birthday cake iced Ethyl

," through stumps and logs. He : allocation of funds by the war In white with yellow candles. Favors .

leaves his mother and three brothers department. The complete work Is were baskets filled with, candy

\ estimated to cost $300,000. The eggs. Mrs. R. F. Demorest assisted -

channel will be 100 feet wide and 9 Mrs. Robinson in looking out

J i; Chlpley-More than 250 persons! feet deep. for the pleasure of the young peo- .

1 attended the peanut-ham dinner ple. Those present were: Misses

here Friday, coming from all parts Hastings --It is reported that Martha Powell, Geraldine Johns, 1; }U IA) J W I
i+J.: of Georgia.northern There Florida was plenty and to south eat the looking potato very crop fine In this although section continued Is- rugate. Myrtice Ford, Dor- Livelier, quicker anti-knock

"Ii for all and every visitor appeared cool weather has retarded
!+ to be "sold" on peanut fed ham. the growth a great deal and warm HUNTING f gasoline . because science,

Gus York, county agent was In for the next few
} I weather Is needed has
charge of arrangements. weeks to push the potatoes to full FISHING found a way to REMOVE

; maturity 80 far no blight or other -
Pensacola-A new Icharter, pro- plant diseases have been reported. ,

!' viding city manager government It is expected that several cars
: for Pensacola has been drawn by of potatoes will be shipped from vu ( U Ak I I Ib PARTICLES

\t a group of citizens who In recent Bunnell some time this week and

,:;;. weeks have been working quietly one or two cars may go from Federal -

', and earnestly. This charter was Point during the coming week. S ( NOW

approved at a meeting of citizens Most of the earliest planters In the . science's new, per system of "bubble cap
and with that the city manager Federal Point section expect to
;: fected anti-knock fuel! "
;'J fight entered Its most promising hold up digging operations until trays. Here aU the harmful

I' phase. about the first week In April. Super-Shell Ethyl is different. heavy "fractions" so often left
p. Heavy movements from all ship-

*/. Quincy This season Gadsden ping points In the belt may be expected contains Ethyl fluid,of course in gasoline are "scrubbed" out.

county has an ideal opportunity by April 15. It is estimated s Into
HUNTING ra generous charge assures a special pipe flows pnfy
';t' to raise sweet potatoes for early that the acreage In the Hastings '
?, markets. The draws must beplanted section this season Is about 25 per & FISHING positive anti-knock value. But the volatile lively gasoline which

.l not later than April ,IS or cent under last year. While there,
with this is Shell
Ie a monthly uaculrt for coml now blended a blends. withEtlayljlukd/
",:; 20. The crop Is to be marketed have been very few predictions as f.Uo.' Nuns or olit. who io*. ipe
about July 20. Quality draws will to yield for the coming season Its the t.1oo.a. haeb latu!* cial gasoline.
> f ..:::::.1 ,ll of tntarmitiiut storingmd 1 Thus Super-Shell Ethyl give
.'t. produce acceptable potatoes as believed by most of those Interested (HM:|Mtlna ptotnrwi' of Hunt
1. in the deal that with con- Pishing, : Camp* and Trap ter Shell engineers it. you finest
early as July ''ne a."" .'.,_ ami iftluabto' In. developed engine operation.
1 favorable the tnnnftthm .I>mot HUM,flitting i I
-- tinued weather qual fun
Ueki ramp outfit*, 1'.y They knew that inferior gasoline Quick starting. Smooth
i'\1\ Rockledge--R. S. Boucher, realtor ity of the potatoes will be good bow to cook (rub.. how to a lid : i even

,,1;. of Rockledge has closed a and this season will see some of do.amps. wh how r*, wlura to' tale and hmuin bow totc6 j lit p -no matter what was addedpower.. High anti-knock value

), deal with M. T. Houston of Jacksonville the best quality potatoes ever .* e.b1 C tboimml: and 1 ? '
1 r' for the purchase of 160 I shipped from this section. And her.'. She W 70J;"Iffil,:!! : f I doesn'tdeiverbeetperformance Now'. . see what r"eaUy1ine

,',\. acres of: land on the famous Merrltt'a Famous sinister I I in your car. They set out to performance your motor is
J l Island, said to be truckers'I NOTICH REMINGTON'IPORTSMAN'S
paradise of Florida It Is MrHouston's ; make anti-knock fuel utterly capable of giving. Try this new

I I': Intention to greatly 1m In Circuit Court Bradford County free of slow.firing, harmful Super-Shell
l Florida. In Chancery KNIFE Ethyl today. One"heavy"
the land Into an Immense
; prove Alfred Cart.r.Complainant.
hewn In .hat gasoline particles. test will convince
truck and stock farm. stew with .*..b..D- you.
i vs. dla and two ontf :Months of then
Ida Carter. .lends, blatla. jurtwhat : experiment. .
Vero Beach An unusually Defendant. you nl f>*
and.1....- \ they succeeded! .
.i kinnhifl
; heavy bloom Is reported on orange It appearing. by affidavit appended ina orb ..dRa: me. f ,
to the Kill filed In the above et..ted h4k..n of anPite -
trees In sections of the -
many producing cause that Ida Carter, the defendant :: Quality al"} It is a matter of "washing"
area in Indian River coun therein named Is a non-resident of ht tuv*O.*lof '
;'. ty. The bloom on grapefruit trees the state of Florida and she Is a .I..D. ...I..b.. ""D..we.d.tiP. .&- ry k' 9 the gasoline in a aeries of huge _Pe' N
Is not making so great a showing resident of the town of Ilomvrvlll' 1 1- S
State of Georgia, and get. her mallin refining towers where the L
as on the orange trees. A fine new care of R J. Jordan, and e.l. over 1l SPECIALOFFER gas +NE
growth la appearing on the grove the age of Twenty-one ,, I l oline vapors travel over Shell's
trees indicating an early season It Is therefore ordered that said, I ./ ISrltrwiial
non-rvaldent defendant !be and Is
next year. hereby required to appear the I % ifuatiiing a tertian oftmt oflht multiple"buMfo
bill of Complaint filed In ldt'a: Wa wilt eat ynq this tap tray*' in StmriT rrfiituig and *tcnMiutfUH.ITS. ETHYL
Jacksonville Custom records on or before the 4th day of May, A.! l.mineldnNxtmnnei' oil yjur' HvntalllhtumnrtuiYparticleunuxuhfdout
I). 1931. otherwise the allocations of Knlfa cut satiny::: \
f it DIM '''' the valaltlf, tort gatolma Setae /
how that foreign trade with Flor- said. bill tar divorce will be taken as VMT I*'D".. 1.0: ,ftnxlucuig far .
Ida Is Increasing Particularly are, confessed. by said defendant. It ,Is Supx.ShcU !)

', the figures produced by Sidney C.Brow. further published ordered once a that week. I this for four order ron-he a .00 -

: .., collector of customs, our ocullve weeks. In the Bradford $1
Imports from Latin-America: i County Tetoffriiph. a newspaper. pub.llshnd FOR = ,
1913 amounted to 6,983.000: and In said o.>nnty And state. SHELL PETROLEUM
lfM.fle.; ,.r.JecJ CORPORATION
This March list, A 1>, 1931U wm.wv
:} our exports to these countries to W. ALDERMAN, Me.4d. Mal y..r ,
i'' f7,830.000. In 1928 they had increased Clerk Circuit Court. o r.r t.4.v.HUNTING.
to 37.60O.OOO 'in exports R' M JOHNS & FISHING I,

tit and $20,300,000 In Imports. solicitor(SEAL) fur Complainant.4-l-St-S-l.J TiMM,WU ... Km


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supportof faithful their for fans the Lillian,Wynn Elaine ,Hollingsworth -Central Illinois-"tomorrow begin found always have competitors
ref- except( library the of out book
and Dowling Professor, Griffis .Elizabeth Pearce Mary Brownlee, ,any check to allowed is student yetI there been ain't "I :Billy His study. diligent his for noted
-Superintendent is as team the of ling ley ?there been you
Martha Stump, Marjorie A year. the for day the in periods I is He recovered. quite never have

hand- expert his for praise Hund- Mildred, Lewis Edna Rae different library the keep to chosen have long how And !"Awful :Ben S. H. B. of girls the then since and

-unstinted due is Lovell Coach praise. Me- Mildred Hogsed Kitty nova are Librarians hours. school "!it of Think .in blossomed he ago years' few

considerable,due are they which Ca- Eunice ,Long Lois--Altos during except locked kept is which off. hour one only and night at Onlya say. they so ,class Senior our

for feat a twice only defeat of six till mornin' the in eight in looking best The !Louis Ah
door iron an has It ceiling. the of
cup bitter the tasting namesake LillianKelly.Lewis Thelma Haynes harmWorkfrom the doin' what's work dumb.
top the to up extending wise and ,
their like Tornadoes the So I Georgia Thornton Alma varez burs iron has then high feet four it's in been aint I "No :Billy all at not is he that you tell will

stars. of group a as Al- Mildred Hemingway Frances "?ill Been seedy. lookin' You're class geometry in Hayes Wilson
about it around wall wooden has
a as played ?wrong what's But !weeks for you anyone
not and unit team Kite Louise Powell Martha Johns kept are knows who but
in ,
room The there. books
estimationthe my in for outstanding Geraldine ,Edwards Nellie ,Sapp one seen haven't I Bill. "Hello :Ben everfaithfulpractice his to due be may
library all and end at built
them call to men or man any out Dorothy Smith Dorothy White been has section special a ball This success. brilliant a made has

pick to indeed hard was It bove. Dorothy ,Smith June Gauley. Lovell. and Davis Coaches and He line. this in genius rare
study large the In much. ,
of spoke we games consistent Mc- Theo ,McGauley Connie kins library Long Richard Cox Ralph inson appreciatehis hardly can spit-balls ing
Improvedvery been has Our
the played who ones the are Ad- Lois ,Redgrave Lula Barren plaster. falling Rob- Eldredge, Moore Paul Hewitt mak- at practice of years long his

-linemen the especially boys These Ethlyn Prevail Marguerite ,man Ernest, Sternberg Ben, Graham. in "Enos" watching privilege
to end an put had This modeled. Tyson Harry
fullback. at In- Vonda Silcox Fannie drews re- and painted been have building Billy, Green rena the denied been has who Anyone
Rowe Ruth Brinson Patsy
EldredgeP.obinson and halfback at An- Grace Strickland Callis Toole Lo class.
rooms ,
school the in the of Some
-Alvarez Sam with' end the on Sternberg Carmen :Sopranos :are Members Weeks Murla, Stump Evelyn ning Senior the in lights high are they

guard at Graham Bill Big ,center then. them tearing enjoyed they club. athletic a Man ,Dora Tompkins Daisy ager sports good As study. for time
the of boys the for bath shower
at inman Captain :include these much how remember will everyone the for pay helped Man- Adkins Hazel Captain : of plenty have they still ;hobby
of installment
among and positions their at out but concert annual the in appeared first elementary the banquetwere the attending Those their is Debating power. oratorical
has It kit. aid
stood who few a name might they when was performances only supplies valuable many bought vanity. beautiful a with in gifted particularly are Emery

.schedule.We the Their year. past the for work good for organization presentingher by Davis Coach to and Henry places. their filled have

-throughout performances consistent unsually done have girls These also has flag.This -appreciation their showed.girls could who wondered have we then

ia turning players the of most son grades. ninth and eighth ,enth more manager.The Since ranks. our joined they that
our than beautiful
old did
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much looks ,
individual little very was There is Club Glee Girls Junior The its waving When outfit 1931-32 the to tain and ladies Brothers Guy The
and "Stars cap- was
score. the tieing elected Brinson Patsy end. the at us with right he's
campus. the for large called( ,
touchdown a and yards 45 team CLUB GLEE GIRLS JUNIOR basketball" thing "This but pass to failed and passed has
I beautiful a bought has A. T.P. The
his netting day the of run longest i near about explained Lovell Coach 'He !Billy with laughs world The
future. the in much
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short the on rested Oak Live year. be will Will Senior The Dowling. been have barriers These tion. squadwas the of member each, speech, he if gift one has Graham Billy

entire the of games exciting most S. S. Prof. by to responded be will I protec- for shrubbery the around welcoming her after and trees loss. a been

the of one was This Oak. Live which faculty the to toast a give built been have barriers Wooden toastmls- as acted Davis Coach have indeed would Club Glee Boys'

with tie a also was verdict The will Matheny Ortho next come week. past dinner. course four and Senior the in him had not have

6-6. being score will Brinson Patsy Miss: by piano favors decorations all in out ried To Milton. to nightmares are 88
during fertilized and cultivated
the time each ,twice tied was chua the at accompanied Shepard Cleo the shrubbery car- was scheme color Day rick's below Grades again. think ,lessons
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sting per ,Koogle Woman's the at banquet pleasant think you If heroes. conquering
at defeat of the felt all Sil- Melba Miss Elizabeth myrtles two palms Sago five
Jas- and Webster Summerfield by Ins" "Kept reading a by lowed ,bud red one ,holly one ;cedars very a enjoyed Whirlwinds our of one been has Milton ketball

scoreless. them held Tornadoes fol- be will which Matthews: ence Fifty-five much. very improved WHIRLWINDSThe FOR BANQUET bas- and football At ?ourselves for

the, of defense stubborn .the but Flor- Miss by given be will Lynes been have grounds school the ,A. affection noticeable slightly a show

Tornadoes the of hands the at by "Roses" solo A Brownlee. the By successful us of all don't well Ah vant.
T. P. the of aid Brinson.
-defeat this for up make to expected Milton by to responded be will very been has Associaton Teachers' Patsy Haynes Hope ,Hundley shine ser- faithful and humble "your ,

They Academy. Military Florida Edwardsand Louise Miss by toasted year past the of part the acted quite never has
Parent- the Sun- Andreu Thelma Altos J
by defeat overwhelming an from be will president Senior son.During Cady. Beverly he Olive Miss to morning" -"Good

fresh just being confident pecially Fernandez.The Alice Miss by to supervision said first Milton since Ever class.
Hud Frankie Mrs. of -Thomas Cleo Hazel.Adkte nandez
es- was City Lake tie. scoreless -responded be will which class Senior ':the under taught being is course Fer- Alice Sopranos Second Senior the in conceited" "most

a to them held defense Tornado the to toast a give will Cox Ralph This :use to students the for cured Silcox. the be to him believe to many

inspired an But Tornadoes. the dinner. four-course a during ', bookkeeping so led have that reserve and nity
se- been have tables Melba Sponholtz Ola White lyn

of prowess the of little thought program the conduct, will and mistress ten and ,tables typewriting six Etho- ,Greene Lorena ,Jacobs iam dig- his is it Perhaps Brownlee.

who rival another was City Lake toast- be will, class Junior the of ,typewriters ,Six typewriting. Mir- ,Pearce Mae Annie ,Shepard Milton president class our

score. president Edwards Louise Miss: shorthandand,Bookkeeping :course Cleo ,Stump Sopranos-Evelyn with, compare to one no is there

the did so and, stead decision ree's dresses. the in offered are subjects ing :follows as are seniors dignified of Speaking

ref- the but score the about ment color rainbow in dressed be high finished compose time. some for Stuart
follow- school 1930-31 for Club Glee the ,
argu- some was There touchdown. waitresseswill sophohmore eight The have they after university or lege that director the by selected girls at school attended she so

: tying the scored later gustine labra. -littlewariation a favored she parently
col- a enter to able financially not The contest this in represented
Au- St. game. the in early candle- silver and tapers colored are especially but Ap- alL not though years several S.
who those to be to is High Bradford that proud
-touchdown a scoring blood first the ing rainbow with lighted be will bles all to advantage much of H. B. attended has Thelma ions.
students immensely feel all We Florida.
draw- by mettle their proved soon i ta- The guests. the for seats opin- more in popular" "most! of
is course This it take to wished Clubsin Glee School High leading the
but underdogs distinct the game designatethe will cards place, Floral students offered year every role the assume to seems she that
who to by attended are and
the into went Tornadoes The tine. fern. and peas sweet with' a the seems it Still so. Possibly castic.
commercialcourse of establishment held are contests These contest.
Augus- St. of tieing the was decorated attractively be will shape ,year during sar- is Andreu Thelma say They
was the High
Club dlee School State the ,
-accomplishments enjoyable most T a in arranged tables The know. y' don't tiresome bit
important most the of
improvements enter will they where Tampa to ,
ofthe One points. good the about talk coaches. two the and ulty a really is diplomacy because lief
go Long H. F. Mrs. accompanist ,
let's chests our off fac- school high class Senior the sigh
this SCHOOLOne OF TERM re- with last at can she !
and director their by accompanied '
effectiveness.With of deal great of members guests their as have PAST THE DURING ,girls the ,18th and 17th April -teachers her to diplomatic quite and

a with plays their use to seemed will Juniors The class. senior the MADE IMPROVEMENTS studious Always bothered. can't
opponents Bradford's of strongest of colors the out carrying colors she really that decides and world
High Bradford of Clubs Glee -
the considered ot although two rainbow in decorated artistically the on looks calmly who Hazel
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These Fernandina. and Springs be wiu building the or interior The I Robinson Eldredge Hazel- knows everyone Almost
Evelyn an- the in features leading the of ,
I Richard Strickland ambitious. yet gay and ing
High of number the have house. Club Woman's the at third one were 13 March: on and ville ,
Weeks Murla
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laugh- friendly spirits school of
j failedto They twice. only end short the April given be to is It year. Davis Mac Shepard Cleo Gaines- WRUF station over sang ,
best the with students stars
the on out coming ,game after I school the of event social turesque Colson Ressie Jacobs Miriam girls the 7th March On -athletic,students honor includes class

game through swept They 1930. of' pic- most the be to destined is ASSISTANTS had has Club Glee this since this do we that pleasure
Girls' Senior the High Bradford
j year old good the in proud -Seniors the for Juniors the by given and pride both with is It 1931.
Stump Evelyn
Editorals of director music Wall Mabel Mrs.

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sponsor Cam- at died Gray Lakes. English
club the for The 1930.
disband we before insects of riety gave marriage This mother.his
22 Oct. Wednesday organized was I and Castle Glands as places known ,
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spent were life in years later His
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and history of professor became
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I-- --- rtu------- TELEGRAPH. STAllKE, FLORIDA
-- PAGE SEVENreceiving
CHRIST FOil Au.-Aiiro CHmr +bid thee ------ --------- -- -- -- -- -- - . .
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Ibe made thee. But recompense ter program given at the Christian congratulations on the I afternoon
miJjg} ,
LOCAL 8 d I the maimed, the lame the blind poor: Sargon Results 8 church o'clock.Sunday night April S, at arrival of a fine son, which arrived -I Mr. Newn Burney of Starke, was

lltlNGL ....-II...._..............._.......-....11.5.. and shalt thou be recompensed shalt be blessed at the: for resur-thou Mr. Ezekell Dryden and Miss ed George March Jr.Mesdamea 21st.. He will be call- of visiting this section.his uncle Oliver Underhill ,

Itf5 BIBLE THOUGHT AND PRAYER rection of the just Proved Lasting Pearl Parrish were visiting In F. R. Carradine and Mr. George Jewel of Jacksonville -

And again "They brought unto Starke Sunday. Enoch Crlflis spent Wednesday in spent! the week-end here with ,
Mr. I
1 WEEKLY RSfOyETYE him also infants, !that he would and Mrs Bobbie Surrency ,Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jones. '
L. A. Davis spent : and Mrs. A.
Ir. and Mrs. touch them: but when his disciples Padgett are visiting I Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Grlffis vis Mr. Zary Crawford of Vanderbilt
I daY In Jacksonville. saw it, they rebuked them. But "I took Sargon a year ago, and their parents here from Tampa.Mr. ited Gainesville and Interluchen section was visiting Mr. T. J. 'j
Victory Over Death Jesus called them unto the wonderful health rye enjoyed and Mrs. C. B. Roberta visited Sunday. Moore Sunday. ,

'y M. E. K. Smith was In Jackson- the Psalm 23:4.of: the Though I walk thru said, Suffer little children him to come and since proves to me that the splen- Butler Mr. Roberts' mother In Lake Mrs Oscar Thomas of Maxvllle Mr. Rodman Underhill and Morris '.
valley shadow of death unto me, and forbid did results brought by this fineR Sunday. and Mrs. Essie Pringle were visitors to Pa- '
Friday- them not I McVeigh and
for two
e i _ _ _ I will fear no evil: for thou art of such is the kingdom of God.; _ Messrs. Vasco Forsyth, Jimmie children of Jacksonville Mon- latka Saturday afternoon.! .

fry T B. Massle and Mrs. J. A. they with comfort me; thy rod and thy staff Whosoever shall not receive the Reynolds, Roy Reynolds and Minor day In Lawtey visiting friends.spent Mrs. L Bradley of Jacksonville ;

spent Friday In Jacksonville. Psalm me. kingdom of God as a little child Starling attended the dance at Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Brown with spent the week-end here with her
g 49:15. God Lake Geneva
redeem shall In no wise enter therein." Saturday night. Richard Thede and Jlmmie Moore brother, O. L. Underhill.
W J. Epperson and Mrs. my soul from the power of the Does not this teach that childhood Mrs. Broughton and family we visited Jacksonville Saturday Mr. Lonnie Crawford of Starke
ty grave: for be shall receive me. Is the R are sorry to report are leaving our
spent Sunday af- best time to accept Jesus C was visiting friends at Hellbronn
ree Proverbs 14:32. The righteous, a savior? as town. Hope they will hurry backLAWTKf Springs Saturday.
noon in Lake Butler. hath hope in his death.II. : .

s-- Corinthians 5:1.: For we lleilbronn Spring Is good time to tint
DULY a or
Weeks and Jack Long BIBLE READINGS Springs
A. know '
R. that If
Ifrs. our earthly house of 4 dye last spring and summer's faded ,
Stored to Jacksonville Thursday this tabernacle be dissolved, we April S Alba Nest Norman Cor. dresses.It .
jernoon. have a building of God, a house not
The Feast of Mr.. H. .. .
made with hands Harmony-Better ID. llurn Cor.M.
- B. Johns of Gainesville heavens. eternal in the Is a dry morsel, and quietness Mr. J. Wainwright and Hudson pays to provide warm, clean '
r. F week-end here with his' therewith than a house full of Morgan of Hellbronn spent the pens for farrowing sows.
-nt the Revelations 14:13.: Blessed are sacrifices with strife. Proverbs L Loutlholtz week-end In Plant City. -!! ! -L| -|| | -|
ally the dead which die In the Lord 17:1. Mr. Perry of Cross Fence
: Waldo want a visitor City - completed
from henceforth: Yea, salth the The community was Indeed sad of Mr. J C. I.
Why should we not be afraid? Jones! Saturday around school grounds.
s. E. M. Johns and Mrs. T. J. Spirit, that they may rest from Answer, read Isa. 41:10. dened Friday morning March 28th -- -
bin visited Mrs. A. M. Petit of their labors; and their works do when It was learned that Uncle
April 4 I
i Iichua Tuesday afternoon. follow them. I The Golden) Rule As would Luther Loadholtz a pioneer citizen -
Prayer: Almighty God, we are that ye had panned away at the homeof
men should do to
, ;,Ir. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Mrs. not afraid with thee at hand to also to them.-Luke 6:, do ye his daughter Mr. P. L. Dlnkln. .c-:::: :;
I z. Adkins and Mrs. O. L. Beas- bless. Thou wilt never leave us How does God "He had been In bed a week when -
expect to \R
were In Gainesville Friday. nor forsake us. Grant us a steadfast walk Answer read death came. He had been a resi
faith in the closing hours of 17:1. dent of Lawtey for years and con

lilrs. Alice Langford and Mrs. J. life.Remember April Ate.lints. '" -,, ducted a meat market and grocery
the Sabbath to Doing Wonders 0 K. K.': store until about
Brownlee spent Wednesday In Day, -- God, thou THICK three years ago
achua. Keep it Holy-Exodus 20.8.: Go to hast cast us off; 0 restore us again.I medicine are lasting," stated Mrs. when his health made It necessary
Church Sunday. Thou hast made the land to tremble R. E Trice 210 Palmetto avenue, for him to retire from buslnens. He

Mr J. M. Brownlee and son, Mil- -thou has showed thy people hard South Jacksonville. "Stomach wall 84 years, seven months and
Jr.. were business visitors in things: Thou has given a banner to trouble and constipation botheredme twenty-two days old at the time of
n cksonville. Wednesday afternoon. I I them that fear thee; that it may continually; I'd roll and toss all his death. The funeral was held
SUNDAY SCHOOL be displayed because of the truth. night and was terribly rundown at the home of his daughter and

and-Mrs. J. A. Saul and Miss I LESSON Psalm 60: 1-4. and weak. Seven bottles of Sargon was conducted by Rev. Christy.
Mr. Gruber spent Sunday in I How can one rejoice even during completely relieved the disordered The interment was made In tho
innle with relatives. trials? Answer read I Peter 4-: condition of my stomach and the Lawtey cemetery and attended by
cksonville 12 13. the Masons of
which he
was a
FOR APRIL 5, 1031 constipation was quickly overcome

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrews Jr., I God is Love April: Beloved 6 le us love ural by Sargon way. My Pills appetite in an easy picked nat-, member relatives and and friends.a host of He sorrowing leaves to The Romance of
at- Subject Jesus Teaches Hu
ere in Jacksonville Monday : one another: for love( Is of God; I gained strength rapidly and felt mourn hill loss his aged wife, six:
adlng to business. mility. and every one that loveth Is born bright and energetic ever since." children Martin Loadholte, of Law- r
Golden Text: "Whosoever exalt- of God and knoweth God.-I John Sold by Canova Pharmacy 'tey; George Loadholtz: of Macclen-\.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright eth himself shall be abased; and' 4: Starke and ny; Mrs. Orrle Teston and Mrs. Pioneering
Ruth visited be that humbleth himself shall be 7.What Lawtey Drug Company Cassie Mott - -
id daughter, Patsy will the Heavenly Father In Lawtey. of Jacksonville, Mrs.
Gainesville Friday afternoon. exalted. Luke 14:11.: give us? Answer read Luke Paul Dinkins and Gus Loadholtx of
Lesson Text: Luke 14:7-14: ; 18: 11:13.: I Lawtey; two sisters and a numberof

Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining enter- 1517. April 7 other relatives. The bereaved
ilned members of their bridgeub Practical Truth: "True humility I Furnish No Fuel-Where no family have the sympathy of the Pushing forward where others have not t

Friday evening at their home. cannot dwell in the same" heart wood is, there the fire goeth out; I GRAHAM entire community in their hour of trodden is pioneering. Whether it is penetrating ,
with selfishness and strife. [sadness.In .
so where there Is no talebearer the
Time of Lesson: January, A. D. giving the the untamed West in a covered
Mrs. M. B. Edwards Mrs. A. Z. strife ceaaeth. Proverbs 26: 20. averages of the
dkina and daughters. Misses Ha- 30. s Upon whom may we call whenIn Misses Thelma Wynn and Mabel different grades of our school at wagon or lauching forth into a brand new
Gainesville Introduction: "John the Baptist trouble? Answer read Psalm Mills the close of the term the childrenof
I land Lois, visited in were visiting relatives over business
project pioneering has the
esday afternoon. seemed to avoid the social life of 5015.: the week-end in Sampson City. the seventh grade were omitted. glowof
his day. Although he was of the April 8 Mr. Arthur McRae and Ansel To do justice to the ones In that romance. : : : There IS romance in business

Miss Elsie Daugherty has re- priestly line. we do not know that The Only God-Hear, 0 Lord; Norman of Vanderbilt, were visit- room we were asked to publish And the oflliccrs of this bank have
he went the His them In this
ever near temple.
imed to her home in Englewood the Lord our God Is one Lord.- Ing friends here Sunday. paper. They
I enn, after a visit here with rela- own life was exceedingly simple. Deuteronomy 6: 4. Miss Delmn Surrency of Tampa, were as follows: Gladys Padgett just enough romance in their ideas to want ;
I. yeaMiss Jesus was different. He attended How did Jesus begin his great Is here visiting her parents.We 89 Learetta Jeffords 87, Virginia to co-operate with that modern hero the
feasts to which he in- Brantley 80.
many was "Sermon on the Mount?" Answer, are glad to report that Miss ,
I vited. He was invited to some read-Matt.\. 5311.: Era Smith la rapidly Improvingfrom Mr. and Mrs fieo. Roberta are Business Pioneer.
Betty Reid of McRae, Ga.,
feasts evidently for the purpose of 9
April her illness
I bo Is coaching the play "Princess drawing him out and if possible, The Lord Sustains that FREE ON REQUEST
: They Mrs. L. C. Smith was hostess at
Is at Mrs. R. A.eeka'
Folly" stopping make him compromise himself in wait the Lord shall renew To arquulnt you with the
upon a birthday supper Saturday night FlnnnHnl
his teachings. their strength; they shall mount up given in honor of her daughterOnto i offer/ our jrruat next value(IHNUO to and Inventor,. tva
I The Jewish leaders had become with wings as eagles; they shall Mae. It affair of She Next "LrnilvTM
was a pleasant hell
"'ark.'" fr,-...
j Mr and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and filled with self pride and egotism.The run and not be weary; and they and was enjoyed by all turn this "IK!" and your ft..ldr. .*,,"He-. HONOR' ROLL BANK
|lary Brownlee were guests of Col. Lord's rebuke of pride and his shall walk, and not faint. Isa. Mr. John Surrency and Mr. and The Financial {World
nd Mrs J. E. Futch of DeLand for approval of true humility and simple 40: 31. Mrs. Oscar Dyal attended the un- America'/ Inve/ltment E. S. Matthews, Pres. R. J. Davis, Cashier :

|he week-end. childlike faith In God's teach What did Jesus say about pass ion meeting at New River Satur- : Fniinilod toot Weekly.5xvs I
ings are so vital to the Christian ing judgment on others? Answer, I'urfc I'lui-e N..w Ynrlt
Mr. Winton Strickland of the that we deem it best to considerfor read-Matt. 715.: day.Mr.. W. T. McEver and L. C. : - -
[L'nlverslty of Florida, was the this lesson the text in Luke Smith were visitors in Starke Sat- "': <-- - -..... - - - - -
est: of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Greenor and the comments on that scrip- In GeometryBen urday. - - - -

/ the week-end. ture, rather than the special Eas- Sternberg: "Mlsa Isabel Ican't Mr. and Mrs. Horace Padgettand
ter lesson taken from 1 CorinthIans family have just returned I SPECIALS
concentrate that".
Mrs. W. E. Middleton attended 15: which Is also given in some from a tour of South Florida. APRIL 3 V'W'C1.
llbe Methodist annual state mlsMonary of the books for today's' lesson. One Miss Isabel: "You mean compre- The young people of Graham cordially -I I ,
convention at Ft. Myers writer says "Humility is the very hend." Invite the public to an Eas-
(Wednesday Thursday and Friday. foundation of Christianity." An-

other says, "Humility is an unassuming -
Mrs. O L. Beasley left Thursday unpretending modest at- 5 Pounds Best Foods
for Tampa to spend Easter titude of mind. The humble per- Sugar - 20c
|with her parents Mr. and Mrs. A.1C. son rates his claims low, and is

Durden. might willing be to his take due.a lower place than The Spring Rexall One-Cent Sale 'With One Pound

Miss Anita Ward of Jacksonville, I Dr. Murray said "When I look Pure Coffee NUCOAPound19c
ud Miss Daisy Tompkins returned back upon my own religious experience WILL BEHELD -20c
to their homes recently after I or around upon the church
having spent several days in Valdosta :of Christ in the world I stand
Ga., and Jacksonville.On :amazed at the thought of how lit- Total
;tle humility is sought after as the April 9th l 10th and llth - - - - 40c
distinguishing feature of the discipleship ,
March 22nd, a fifty-one piece
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orchestra, composed of students at of Christ"The .Ask for a circular and look In our window at the bargain .uu
Paul was at times
the Florida State for Wom- apostle
en gave Its spring concert. Miss really humble. Shortly after his Everything Cash-Nothing ChargedMITCHELL'S PiMuiVs .
Wheat Bran
Rosalind Jacobs played In the sec- conversion he was "unworthy to be .;. 2 pkgs. 2k :
ond violin section. called an apostle. Many years
later he said, "I am less than the DRUG STORE Till wholesome nutty flavor of thus natural 100 ,
Col. least of all saints. When in prison per cent been muke* his mod d'lIr1nulmu"h..,,!
and Mrs. J. E. Futch of De-
Land just before his death "I am the NO. 2 CANSTOMATOES
spend the week-end with FANCY FIRM
chief of sinners." Yet In one of his
and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. They :The 3t Stor&
Paul said
will be last letters (2 Tim. 4:7):
accompanied by Mrs. Chan I have POTATOES4ca
stub and "I have fought a good fight
| children of Miami who
"U finished my course, I have kept the
spend several weeks here wither faith How many of us will be f

parents. able to make that statement truth- sfor - - 25c l 10 pounds - - 25c
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''To fully when our course Is finished 7 STEAlflPRESSINCO.JIPANY
control leaf spot and aphids Luke 14:1-6: tells of Jesus going

J ibe aux) with spray nicotine with sulphate 4-4-50 in bor-it, isee into "to the eat house bread of on a the chief sabbath Phar- SUITS CLEANED, PRESSED AND RESHAPED I Klngan's Reliable,- Full Cream .

"commends.Florida Experiment Station day." While there he spake the J. Frank Thoman-Phone 52
parable which begins today's lesson CHEESE
- -- .. Pound 23c '
bidden to a - -
thou --
"When are -------------- u -- I
$ Johnson Drake & Piper received wedding, sit not down( in the high-
....O.148 contract for rebuilding est room; lest a more honorableman - -- -- - - -.
e road No. 5 between Sulphur than thou be bidden; and he P & G
JOhn:11.and Pasco county line to that bade thee and him come and BATTERY SERVICEAt :
: say to thee Give this man place; Pillsbury Flour
and thou begin with shame to take -
: the lowest room. BSOAP 21 Pounds '
When thou are bidden go and -- .- --- ----. -- -------------- 95c49c .

GENT A WORD Sit down In the lowest room: that Smith's Service Station III! 7 25c Pounds - ------.--------------------
when he that bade thee cometh 6 Pounds _. _u_ .__________ __ 27! I
u may say unto thee Friend go up --- __u_ --------- -- I II
Wlllard Dealer
COLUMN higher." Authorized All Kinds Campbell'sSoups I Glbb's Brand - - -
At ancient feasts the places of
honor were on the right or the left BATTERIES IN STOCK I
raFt SALE Refrigerator, bed. of the host or at the seat nearest - - 3for25c f Pork and Beans 4 for 25c
etc. There wa much rivalry I
A E. Dunham. It" him. _________ -------1
to who should -- .
among the guests as -- - -
-- - .
raFt RENT occupy these places. The same spirit .. LIMA BEANS - - -- -
2 .
stores. Call stW. Is .- - - ..- ... .
-see J. Morgan, agent. 2-20-tf seen of today selfishness In assemblies and egotism and even NAVY BEANS Maxwell House Coffee

raFt In our churches. Jesus severely BLACKEYE PEAS
I Plants of
Closed Chevrolet. criticised that spirit, and said. I Strawberry Quality
rOOd tires. 10000. S. Courtney.It "Whosoever exalteth himself shall 2poimds
- be abased: and he that humbleth I - - 13c Pound Can - - 30c i

FOR himself shall be exalted. That is In our 01 years a* plant grower this I I. the shortest
RENT2 story 6 room. bath.r.J the true path of the Christian, but I .
crop! of plants we have ever produced It* not over percent il
,.. ,J.wen W.located.Morgan: Reasonable 2-20-tf. we must promised remember in the that New the Testament blessings -- I normal over the entire country. Quality of plants",, CARNATION OR PET VAN-CAMP'S

-- to those who accept I the bet ever-we are now making shipments Into your 6 small

toR SALE-LImited Christ as are the Son of God and savior I auction.Mlmlonary. fl'il,'' - or 25c I I Milk large 15ciscsThpE
number large ,
chick, Rhode baby of mankind and mostly to be I 1000 to 5000. 'JO per thousand; 10- -
horn Island White Leg- received in the future life. That 000 or over '3..1. See our agent and place' order. Our
for $12.50 per 100. Also eggs last quotation shows the real lesson I catalog I Is free for the a", klng.Agent ('

Warde letting, 75c for 1S-: W. M. Ed- In the parable-Cultivate hu- I *: Brownleo Rron A. J. Thomi. flay Newnnm.

2-27-tf., mility, unselfishness and regard I and G. W. Robert, Lawtey, Ft*. See. them and pure order I :
FOR for the rights of others and you .' will hold ...
early to make sure of want \ 0 yuortorder.
SALE-Three In this life and bet- :
city lots cor- will be happier I. l
lIer )
of for eternity.
10th and Cherry Street ter prepared
Store With 8mau Then Jesus said to the Pharisee I I :
stock of goods. A. BAUERThe
"When J. ,
liVIng rooms who w** frtving the feast I
rOom boWIe back of store. SeveQ thou makest a dinner or a supper i Where{ Satisfaction Is a Certaintu" .h hp i
atins a very good lo- I call not thy friends nor thy Strawberry Plant Man Judnonla. Ark. Bo* 21 'Ir

2G-4tt< .In.. Marta Thornton 3- thy brethren rich,neighbors neither thy; lest kinsmen they also nor I .. ..... ....- .. -'.. ""i --.......-- Ah i -- -_-_ __ .. -' _- .__ I,, '


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SALT FOIL"FLAVORMany vegetable life and vitality. "Black chile, does youwhat autTtl

Bradford County Telegraph THERESSA EVERGREEN With such things as water cress, deceit am?" B
uses have been found for celery, endive, salt should be add-
1877 Hilda ..11"... Cor. MMb, V. A,Itoalcr. c.r. salt. The variety of uses makes It ed directly, of course. "SuttlngJy I does, mammy
Established very important in the life of every In Chocolate Dishes-In all choc- "Den what is it?"
: I household. It Is a tlmdamentall olate dishes and sauces salt takes
"Well when
f PiMislicd. Weekly wi Fridays and Entered as Second Class Mrs. Ruby Games and Misses Mr. and Mrs.: A. E. Thompson of seasoning without we off the too sweet effect and brings leans ovate (
Teresa and Ruth Bennett of St. KIssimmee Mrs. W. L. Armstrongand not live. It makes food more pal- out the true chocolate flavor. heaps BomethuV rip, i know
Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida Petersburg, were visitors of their daughter of Dover spent Mon- atable. When used properly, It Wltb Eggs-Poached must de seat"Florida Highway loll
sister, :Mrs. C. Sullivan Sunday and and Mrs. ) out the flavor of food and eggs
of last week with Mr. brings
i 4 E. 1 St. Matthews ___________________ Owner and Publisher Monday. Mrs. Gaines and Miss S. Rosier. - at the same time stimulates the be done in water well salted. The Workmen were making '

:J. C. RoMason ___-____________________ Managing Editor Ruth Bennett left Tuesday for St i Mrs. Son Yarbrougb was a visitor taste nerves so we enjoy the flavor. salt keeps so spoiling the whites.the appearance from runningand of on the wires in a school houT!
Petersburg. They were accompanied to Stark Saturday., the Saturday, when a small boy
home by Mrs. Gaines little son, Mr. and Mrs. Will Kersey.,A. 3 In Soups and SaID soups eggs. dered in."What. *
SUBSCRIPTION RATE L. M., who will enter the American Yarbrough, B. E. Rosier, Mrs. 3. S.ROBieI' and sauces salt should be added the Grapefruit If grapefruit is un-
t usually sour, add a pinch of salt. you dom T" he I
d Legion Hospital at St. Petersburgfor Inquire
i and Mrs. Yarbrough attended first thing. The reason is obvious
j Yearly $1.50! Six Months 75c:-Payable in Advance ; It will how much the
; treatment. Miss Teresa Ben- church at Oak Grove near Mac- it requires long cooking to get the surprise you "Installing an electric SWIM.!
'a Advertising' Rates on Application nett will remain for a visit with clenny Sunday.J. blend. All seasonings in dishes of flavor will be mellowed by salt one of the working men sail 'I
%! -- her sister before going to Starke E. Rosier and Frank Cruse this sort should be added early In rather than sugar. "Well," concluded the fel
With Potatoes Baked To give little
1 where she will attend the Bummer >
were visitors to Starke Saturday.Mrs. the process, but salt first.
low, "I.don't
potatoes boiled in their jackets the care. We've mjL
w6 ; : It's Azalea time. normal school. Maggie Forsyth and children For Salads. Salt in tomatoes (
delicious flavor of baked potatoes, and I don't
Rev. S. H. Dodd filled his regu- away go to this scljj,
of Jacksonville
spent Sunday iielps to stop the flow: of juices and
put an unusual amount of salt In "
0 Jar appointment at the Christian afternoon here with relatives.Mr. I so conserves the flavor of the vege- the water one-half to one any more. Florida Highway( f
I I This is Tung Oil Week in Gainesville. church Sunday evening. and Mrs. J. D. Peele and I tables. quart of water.- If potatoes cup are boil I ---. L
Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan and lit- I
0 _. tle son Felix and A. L. Sullivan children were visiting Mr. and Mrs.R. With cucumbers, salt crisps the ed In salty water in tne oven, they Winter Park $100,000 allotte
I S. Rosier Sunday afternoon. delicate slices, the will bake and less for
tightens up rapidly require construction of
lot of in this old world. attended the Union meeting at new post nrO!
There children
are a Andys 'Mrs. J. S. Sapp and and pores, so to speak, and gives the heat. building.
.New River church Saturday.
were visiting Mr.: and Mrs. J. A.
,' h 0 Messrs. R. L. and Charles Bat- Rosier Sunday.Mr. I
The legislature goes into action next Tuesday.You ten, Mr. Reaves Kirkland and Miss and Mrs. Max Wilkinson, E. -- -. - .. -
Anna Batten attended church at W. Wikinson and children of Lake
n 0 .New River Sunday. Butler attended Sunday school here
have cause to be thankful if you escaped April 1st. Mr and Mrs. John Jordan of unday. ,

o McRae visited Mr. and :Mrs. S. R. Mr. and :Mrs. -Tint Blackmon of The Funeral Service ContractAn
Swindell Sunday. Lawtey were the guests of Mrs. H.
1 Thursday closing starts in Florida towns this week;
many Mrs. H. C. Fletcher and Mrs. H. F. Redding Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
o F. Alsobrook of Orange Heights, and Mrs; Bryant Redding of
,,visited Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Triest the state farm were visiting his
Fort Meade is coming into the strawberry game next'Sunday.Mr. mother, :Mrs. H. F. Redding Fridayof
season. and Mrs. C. Sullivan and last week. Explanation of Its Purpose Its Cost; Its Safety And|
a I sons, Percy and Felix, :Mrs.'Ruby ,
o GaInes and son, L. M., Misses Te- Winter Haven Florida Citrus

Bradford's. gas consumption last month was the lowest reBK and Lucille Bennett :Mrs. Fen- Exchange to open offices In this What It OffersThe
der, Mrs. R. M. Hersey. Clyde H r- city.Jacksonville'.
1 In years'. say Reaves Kirkland, Misses Ruth Shoe
Fender and Nettle Hersey attendedthe Regal
o entertainment of Hampton pany opened store here at 81 West Burial Association of DeWITT C. vault In Class "A" group; a couch casket: and
The depression did put a lot of people on their feet for the school Monday night. Bay street.Strawberry JONES COMPANY. Funeral Directors, was outside box in Class "B" group and a half
formed for the purpose of serving its mem- couch casket and outside box in Class "C"
first time. bers, under the unfortunate and distressing group. '
o circumstances attendant upon the death of a The funeral as set forth above applies to the
member. In other words, its; object is to pro- territory Included in a radius of sixty miles
Dazzy Vance has signed a new pitching contract at a vide for the burial of each and every memberin from the office of the DeWTTT C. JONES

[dizzy salary. Crates such a way that the burden of payment company. In case a member should die be.
.t will be burdensome to no one. In too many yond this territory, the Association has the
o instances are those left behind compelled, be- right to exercise either of three options. First,
Next 'Sunday is the day the breezes play tag with the cause of financial. reasons, to content themselves to arrange to care for the funeral as set forthin
with the burial of their dead far below the above paragraph: second Immediately
new Easter)lids.Couples And Cups their standard or wishes. Or less they sacrifice ship by prepaid express to the funeral directorat

0 a portion pt"the; Insurance, originally Intended or near the place of death, a casket as
1 for otherpurposes, in order to purchase specified in the certificate and make the necessary
living together five years should be rewarded a burial suitable and in keeping with their de- arrangements with the funeral director
I wish to announce that I will handle crates sires. A certificate in Association not
with a loving cup.Mississippi our only for the conduct of the'funeral; third, to
and cups at Lawtey this season. By handling guarantees a burial of accepted standards but make arrangements with a funeral director at
o also enables those left behind to themselves
I place of death for the funeral as provided for
farmers are going in for more hog and hominy them from the car on side track I.will elimi- without being forced to incur an indebtedness in the member's certificate and pay the fun-

l nate all handling expense and can offer you the for burial expense. eral director for this service.,
and not so much cotton.
The plan under which this association -
operates In event
a member dies and It be desired to
.r 0 following prices. is that It shall be divided into groups, inter the deceased at some distant point, the
the number admitted In each group depending Association will furnish the casket and arrange -
Politicians will have to evolve a new brand of farm re- Thirty Crates and one Thousand Cups $13.50 upon the Class membership. Thus a group In with the funeral director at destinationfor

lief for next year's campaigns. Ten crates complete ____?_________...:___ $1.50 60O Class members"A" will between have not the less than of 600 or sixteen over the interment.In .
ages over all cases the family, relatives or friendsof
o Cups per thousand _...__________________ $6.00 and under sixty-one years at the time of joining the deceased shall be allowed to make the
They have invented mechanical "breath-smellers" for ; a group in Class "B" not less than 150 or selection of a casket within the price classification -
Will appreciate your business on these items over 180 members between the ages of six as called for by the certificate. There
i prohibition officers and suspicious spouses. to seventeen years inclusive; a group in Clara"C" shall be no discrimination on the part of either -
r ,0 not less than 250 or over 300 members 1 the casket manufacturer or funeral director
over sixty and less than seventy-five years of between
the merchandise furnished or services
The veterans have shown the country another thing T. T. .
BLACKBURN age at the time of Joining.At rendered an Association member and that given
they know how ,to get money into circulation. the time of filing application for mem- a non-member and both shall be of the I
.. bership, the applicant Is required to pay a highest value obtainable in that particular h
O Lawtey Fla. membership fee of $5.00 in Class "A" and "C"
"._ v"u ,,, .. _._. .. ,............ ."': ._.JO .....u_,_ groups and $1.50 in Class "B" One price classification. \
One's editor's is
opinion that any paper with a big paid-up group. The plan of operation, the character of merchandise
dollar of the membership fee goes into the reserve furnished and the services rendered.1
list cannot be other than .. \1
subscription optimistic. ---- -- -- -- - --
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I I fund of the Association, and shall be the small annual cost, makes a certificate In
available to defray the coat of the first burial
o this Association a wise and profitable Investment
r I for which the Association may become liable, It serves as a protection to familyin
One owner of one of the new "silent second" cars, says its i SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY SATUR-- the remainder of the fee shall be used by the case of your death; it relieves them your of the
k | the first silent second he's had since he got married. Association for the purpose of defraying the cares and worries of making arrangements,
expenses of organization and any excess thereof financially and otherwise,at a time of distress
o shall be placed in the reserve fund and used and sorrow; it relieves your estate of indebtedness
Lisbon (Me.) Enterprise thinks any man could be as wise DAY AND MONDAY for able all for.There p.urposes. that the reserve fund is avail- for burial expense; it assures a burial of
accepted standards and of character
such a
as Solomon if he had as many wives to give' him pointers : Is' an annual,.due payable January that much will be added to the comfort and
o- first of each and every year of $1.00 in Class consolation of those left behind. Throughoutthe
"A" and "C" and 60 cents in Class "B"
relationship of the casket manufacturer to
Bachelor friend asserts the reason Florida is such a good 5 % =' 21c group to cover the expense of management and the funeral director; the funeral director to the
state to live in is because there are more males than females. Pounds.Sugar - : operation of' the Association for the ensuing Association and the Association to'its members -

year.Upon. will be found a sincerity of purpose, a sin
r 0 With the occurrence of a death In a' group, cerity of thought' and a sincerity ,of action
__I Instead of a batch of new laws, create one making lack , 'r 4 an assessment Is made against each and every which Is of an intangible value to the Certificate
of enforcement'of present laws the basis'of removal of off ii defray member the of that burial particular expenses group of the of deceased$1.00 to Your holder.further
1 Pound Pure Santos t 25c investigation of the Association
i cers. fee - member and any excess thereof shall be placed and what it stands for Is invited. A telephone -
*, p it**** is: ,the reserve fund and used for all purposes call will bring a solicitor to see you at
I 0 that the reserve fund ia available for. your convenience, who will explain fully and in I
rt Georgia legislator says that state calls her sales tax a Good /-[ tring Broom ___::_______-_..>____ 35c When any member has paid in assessments detail the plan under which the Association

"L big nuisance. So is every other kind of tax, but they have NUCOR pound ' :1Jfi M S; 20c ed the for sum in equal the face to,:the of amount the certificate of benefit, then as call-the the office Or of if you the so Association desire a personal will be visit welcome ''I
-*.-' -
a to be paid. "....;1j certificate of membership. is fully paid up and where such questions may ask
\ \\4 to' you
0' Longhorn Cheese pound --___!jk__v_____ 23c the in member the certificate is entitled without to all benefits additional contained will be answered and the merchandise furniah-
any ed exhibited
explained in detail to
They don't want much of an excuse for speechmaking in ,Best ,White Bacon pound,**_-...._?.*.-,.__ ISc payments.. The annual dues and all assessments are due We are not in the'insurance business, although I
Jacksonville. The latest was pulled off when they turned on within,fifteen days from the date of mailing we believe in Insurance. We are funeral

some bridge lights. I Bacon Plates pound __ _*-..:_..:---_-- _____ llc notice that same are due and payable. . our directors.plan and There that is is only on the One'merchandiseand profit madeon
Class "A" Certificate grants a burial cost-
f \ services we furnish. We furnish
0- 3 lOc packages Matches, __ __________,.;a.---. He ing $500.00; Class "B" Certificate grants a tection cheaper than some certain burial$1000 plans pro-
Umatilla Tribune editor does not desire to discuss the burial costing 'l OOO; Class "C" Certificate furnish $250 protection. They have to bury

sale tax idea in his paper because the necessary, profanity .3 We packages Macaroni _-__..:____.: :1_____ HeWitsco I I Include grants a embalming burial costing, hearse$260.00.service All,Certificates'two auto-: lectors.their members We do and not they have have this to pay their, there-col

might bar it from the mails. Shankless Picnic Hams Lb. .:,_____ 19c I mobiles and the,usual the opening services and as rendered closing of by the a funerar grave vice fore we contract can give is for more one value. expense A .funeral ser to

Following the announcement' O that-the Wrigley. chewing'gum 2-No. 2 Cans Stokeley's. Mixed" Veg. '0-1.... -,____ 2Sc with director a_half in the couch'conduct casket of and a funeral'a metal together,grave pay Insurance.In the funeral. expenses,-purpose thereby-namely'_1flng'the' I I

company is going,to buy cotton,.gum chewers are wondering I 2 No. 2 Cans Argo Sliced Yellow;tljllr.:; addition, details of our contract as outlined above, we call attention to the
what's ahead of them. Peaches _ _-....*-...I'J-- o.---...... 2ac following, to refute erroneous claims made by representative of a.Jacksonville company I
o "' "who offers only a $250.00 protection .
_ Pennsylvania senator! demands that federal "handouts"to CORN BEEF _ .___;" ... .L _illJIIZ.19c: : : ;: : contract at four times the cost afforded under our I

,'Veterans and farmers stop. The same "handout" to a fa- '2 Tall Cans Van Camp's Milk ... ,ll4.i....._, _. ISc I Instead of the 4 per cent legal reserve required by law our contract provides reserve -
vored few would probably be more to his liking. of 16 1-4 per cent. This
reserve belongs to
members =:
,Pint Jars Salad Dressing or Sandwich themselves not to the
0 I organization this fund
being handled
I by our treasurer under
q Some women are never satisfied. An exchange tells of I Spread -, _ ___,_____-_______-:.-:.--- 25c'' This contract is patterned after the most successful and safest of its kind in

one shooting at her husband three\ times, missing him and 5 pounds Black Eye Peas _________-.,;.:.:.---- 25c the world-that of the Shrine's Black Camel Fund. I
then running him off. Now she wants him back-because she Former Attorney General Davis

still misses him. pounds Great Northern. Beans ,_?_-, __, ___ 25c law and cannot be legislated out of approved existence.this plan as complying strictly with the I

o 21 pounds Pillsbury Best Flour ____:: ..____ 9Se. Further investigation is solicited and our officers will go into full details with in- II
Reno has candidate for
a mayor on a: platform of licensed terested

gambling, easy divorce and a barrel of good corn liquor on 96 pounds Pillsbury Best Flour ____i____ $3.25 i

each corner. Nevada will have need of the Vigilantes to 50 pounds PureLard _. _. _____-. .._.... _:_.. ..: $5'.25 persons.DeWin .
handle the crowd such "attractions" might draw. 1'" ,'

o 10 pound cans Oil Sausage -------p. ;*:r; .$1.50 I C. JONES COMPANY

Radio report Monday told of 140 cars of tomatoes comingIn 30 crates with 1000 cups 11!!: : $1330 STARKE -
from Mexico in a single day, paying th$ duty as prescribedby :: I !

the tariffact, of 1030. Jf American growers in Mexico can I I
1 'get the duty eliminated that quantity can be multiplied by We have recently installed a-meat'alicing'machine Statements circulated by representative' of (the United Burial and Insurance Co., I I

', and Florida for the convenience of our "SlfJm If I Inc.;, that we approve and will adopt their plan I
r ten or more, growers can let their fruit rot in the rs. e are positively untrue. We were approached -

fields. have boiled( ham, bologna and a finei.grade: of six months'ago and urged to adopt their plan but we rejected it becausewe 1

o breakfast bacon, also have Dasher Pure,Pork did not consider it sound and their requirements would have made it impossible i

r, lliadfoM* 'IIfg'h newspa1k .club Is fifty p rercent'reapon.: Sausage-Fresh, or smoked. r 4 I to deal fairly with members in case of death in that they only offered the paltry sum

i ', j";. sible for this issue. The entire.eight pages the class of:! .$50!ohuZ.!''member..acJytsinLus' that.,theljhe; way ,we would make .money out

waa gotten up'by them and our readers will enjoy reading : of the plan was to try and sell relatives of deceased members higher priced merchandise -

1*, .the matter carries. Merchants and professional men of CARL'S CASH CORNER :1 | than is provided on this plan by the undertaker. a

Starke and Lawtey made the issue possible through buying The above reasons set forth is why we say it is unsound and unfair.

r} of advertising space. Phone 45 Starke, Flo. ", Deliver I !
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