Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
March 24, 1933
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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r' Zangara Is Buried School Board Receives Veterans Endorse Election Grows Hot p.
mk New
Berry Crop
k OperatesLimits \ In Prison Cemetery; State Funds this 'WeekAmountingto'$2,133.81 .

lade a Body brief simple Prepared service,HereIn Guls- Will Be On Soon; The Bradford_County I Board of Economy Program I As Five Candidates ffl '

this week received -
eppe Zangara, the assassin who Public Instruction At Meeting Here
2133.81 from State funds,
was executed Monday for the mur- Plant City Exits
Comptroller Superintendent A. J. Griffin an

By I Il1lor der Chicago of Mayor was buried Anton Tuesday Cermak of in nounced. Make Bids For Votes

The money was part of an apportionment Resolution
Hill" the email cemetery Kx-ServIre Men Adopt
With "Gopher Few Cars Move This W ck-April of $312.026.20 that .
Work Itooe.e.clt's --- '
to Prmldpiit -
Jlt're State Prison Farm. Barking 1
at the
"officials on Operating for burial 1 Will See Seonon In the State Department of Public \ PlanA : ; ; OrderedTo :
01'111[ The body was prepared Full Swing Instruction distributed among the Hoard Again 1107 MAY BALLOT j l ;
PUm at the DeWitt C. Jones Funeral --
'public school systems of Florida' Print Frazee's Name
,Home ber I resolution pledging support
Monday of strawberries counties, to aid in fl. Theses ;
announced here Four physicians who performedan Express movement to President Roosevelt's economy C Attorney General Bay Only \
waS DeLand. had Starke and Lawtey this nancing free schooling in both high Before March 4 Pi', .
BPaul B. Hale of autopsy on the body declared In from program' was adopted Tuesday Judge Hal Adams last Saturday 1, ',
Appointed conservator for the their opinion Zangara was sane. week was slightly larger) than last, school and elementary from the night by the ex.service men of Issued a preemptory writ of mandamus MeyVote: I ,,', ,
State '
I of Starke. Under this ar- We found bill brain perfectly normal and brought the total for express money One mill ad va- Bradford County at a meeting In ordering the Board of Coun. l'' a''
Institution will con- shipments this season to near the following sources: courthouse and will to print the jc 'I '
Lnent the on gross examination they lorem $2,818.80: Interest on I the a copy ty Commissioners The race to elect a representa- \
to operate on a restricted said. A microscopic examinationwill million quart mark. funds 910,733.35/ ; be filed with the National Commander name of J. 1. Frazee on the bal- live to the State legislature from ,! n ,
school ,
I be made later. Starke shipped two cars, one on Invested / vehicle licenses of the American Legion.Roosevelt's lots to be used In the special election Bradford County to fill the va.'I" ''I ,

Hale stated that he has in- A diseased galbladder was I last Friday and one Monday The net receipts of motor", program provides of March 28 for the purposeof cancy caused by the death of d. M. \ : :' 1

itloos from State Comptroller Found to be the cause of the'stomach total movement from here was 28347399.. that all laws granting treatment electing a representative to the inman grew Intense this week aa ;)' I' r.t:
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depositors of the 30,400 quarts. compensation and from Bradford continued to throw : ",, J i'll
I Lee to pay pains" which Zangara domiciliary care State legislature new I p
lutlon five per cent of the also linked with him desire to assassinate During the past two weeks, since State's Budget I other allowances pension, disability County.The their hats In the ring and make j"i 1 ,'. : '. 1/0,/

tut of their deposits on hand Mr. Roosevelt.- The condition March 8, Lawtey has reported allowance or retirement pay preemptory writ followed an preparations for Vigorous campaigning Ji I ,?j.: : I :\I ,i .

I the bank moratorium was de- said the physician, caused eighteen express cars, containing to veterans (and dependents of vet- alternative writ Issued earlier In during the remaining' ,' 1"/'; f\J t

Ij L This payment will be made chronic Indigestion but "he was, 169.152: quarts. trans) of war or peace-time service the week to which the county commlHstoners lour days before Tuesday, March I tJJ i\: ) : H

las soon as accounts can be however a healthy well nourished Prices rose to slightly over $4.00 Shows Reduction beginning with and subsequent to had made a demurrerto 28. 4t4tfr. '.CJLt" .: t

Ved and adjusted. This must individual." per crate Wednesday, but this was the Spanish-American War (except on the principal contention that Up until noon Thursday the fol-

.LU_ _.M that every daposltor probably caused by the exceptionally ? retirement pay to regular officers' the Democratic Executive Committee !lowing had made formal announcement -

Eves his full share of the five slim volume of berries. One Conunliwtlon Ak Appropriation and enlisted men) are repealed. In had no right imder law to nom- of their Intention of staying ?

lent payment. Mr. Hale hopes Local Man Sends refrigerator truck left Starke on Totaling $0,845,815: : theM stead new provisions described mate a candidate for the special In the race: J. L,. Frazee nomineeof

|,,mpete! this work within the this day with eighty'crates, and Yearly below arc provided. Pay election. the Democratic Executive Committee -

1 clays.appointing. it was thought that this was the ments under the old laws continue Judge Adams held that Col. Fra7eo of Bradford County; Mrs.Q. f

1 few conservators for only load of berries leaving this The State Budget Commission, until June 30, 1033. was the valid nominee' of the M. Inmnn, wife of the deceased j 4

is that are still held under Letter To Sholtz part of the State.It I In its report to the 1933 FloridaLegislature Under the new law terms "com- party. rcpreHcnatlve:: C. C. Butler of the

fictions, Comptroller Lee states Is thought that the average recommend that appropriations tenaatton" and "disability allow . .. ., western part ()If the county; S. O.I ;

| are sent Into the bankshe price throughout the week would I for governmental op. ance" are dropped. The following I Lewis, of Starke; and Floyd Green

they of conserving the : be $3.50 per crate. erations be reduced to $0,845,845: : a classes of persons may be paid a Crop AcreageTo of Starke. Fred of Brook1
tests of depositors and to ad- Pattee Protests 111gb Auto License The heavy rain of Monday, followed year. -a cut of 2102914.50: a year. pension: er, who announced his candidacy l _ _

Iwith the officers and direc- Approves Present by cool weather, has slowedup The report was.made public here "(a) Any person who served In last week has withdrawn.

Jin working out any plan of reInizatlon Gas Tax the ripening of berries and it today and waa., ehttto all members the active military or naval service Be Reduced Attorney General Cary D. Lan- _

that promises to re- is not likely that shipments will of the Legislature with the and who Is: disabled as a result of clls gave It as his opinion this week _

In the full reopening of such Starke Fla., March 20, 1933 be heavy until a new crop comes statement that it Is" "the honest disease or Injury or aggravation of hat no one who was not qualified j ii
] disease or Injury Incurred before March would be allowed to> ,
The Hon. David Sholtz, on about April 1. conviction of the commission that a pre-existing
So local I report In line of duty in such ser Oenerul ReductionIn become a candidate In the special
,.e bond account of the Governor pf Florida. Plant City newspapers the limit of reductions at this time Figure Show allowed k _
to ,
bottom of there Is "drawingnear vice. total Expected election or would be
seems to be at the Tallahassee, Florida. that the season has been reached In this budget.
Hot weather during b) Any person who served In Thin YearA ,
LlKlculties. Dear Sir: I the end. General revenue'fund expenditures ( vote.According ;
I S. Matthews president. statesa Whereas there Is much dissatisfaction the past week. wind and rain, are placed at $4,324,203.50 I the active military or naval service to II C. Wall, super 4 _

large bond account was with our present state law gave Indication that the shipping $1,607,228 less than under during the Spanish-American War general reduction In the total visor of registration those who are ,
a a
that this of automobiles be wound up in year including the Boxer Rebellion and be expectedthis qualified to vote or to become candidates Is
ft t up in) the belief governing the operation season will soon the 1931 appropriations act; special acreage of crops is to
| a strong element of safety. I would respectfully add that section. It Is said that the funds expenditures are placedat the Philippine Insurrection, or the year according to reports are: those who paid their .
the mar- that will be pretty well World War and who Is permanently Boardof 1931 and 1932 poll taxes before ,,, _
ling the depression. my request to that of crop there $720,882.50 a year, $66,412.50less which the Crop Reporting ( 4
of injuryor World War veterans .
result disabled
two disabled as a March 4; 4
securities, along the Incoming within the next 1931 act; and United States Department
|price of these you should urge upon throught than under the the "
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Provided, that nothing those who were above the J _
stocks the disease: from ;
in received
i all other bonds and legislature a decided change weeks.Forwardings. special mlllage fund expenditures of Agriculture has *'
this title shall deny limit of fifty-five on or before fr.
j become very much .depressed'i motor vehicle law that will give u sat out of Plant; City are placed at $1,791,700 a year contained In about 41,000 producers. Smaller age 1 ,

Jung an apparent least a measure of relief. I continued to show a decrease during $339,274 less than under the 1931 a pension to a SpanishAmericanWar acreages of corn, wheat, oats, bar- January 1, 1933. The following ,
of last week. veteran past the age of .sixty- also, are qualified to vote: those j
II. There is considerable criticism the latter part of icy, rye flaxseed, rice, potatoes d .
matter the but it appearsto 50,000 pints were act.General two years entitled to a pension under and peanuts are Indicated who became twenty-two years of ,
considering the the tax on gasoline, On Thursday only revenue expenditures the President sweet potatoes I 1933 all thOM 4
iptroller felt that he could give me to be one of the most just forwarded, and Saturday's movement recommended in the 1933 budgetare existing law by this report. Increases age after January ; 4
as National
of of the
the rate pension who were members
Iteration only to the present and equitable means of raising fell some 30,000 pints under 41.3 per cent lower than those may reduce In tobacco, hay grain, sorghums J J
Guard 1 1933. .
of the bonds. par- have. It makesthe ] when over 200,000 1931 budget he may deem proper. 'and beans are Indicated but January ,
|ket value revenue that we that of Friday recommended In the The widow child, or children soy Records In the supervisor's office .' .
larly as some of them were In man who uses the roads pay pints were shipped. and 25.7 per cent lower than thoie (c) mother or father the total acreage In principal crops show that 1107 voters are qualified .

ault. and declined to permit theIk for them. The man who drives The weekly movement from approved by the 1931 legislature. dependent who dies as a other than cotton seems likely to to the above sped- ,I ,
to resume unrestricted oper- little pay little; if be uses the I Starke and Lawtey this season Is General revenue expenditures plus result'of, of any disease person or Injury Incurredor fall below last year by about 0.100,000 .- flcatlons. tJ,

l-os, for the present. highways a great deal, he pays ac as follows: (These figures Include continuing legislative appropria- aggravated In line of duty in acres or 3 per cent. No for In. Mrs. Inman, who Is not qualified J

officers of the bank and the shipments only.) recommended at figures formation on cotton acreage _
pe cordingly.It express tions are the active military or naval ser according to the opinion of the at. (, ',
working dlllgentVnd to me that where the Starke than In force 1933 has been collected.For .
servator are seems 28.1 cent lower that after
per general, announces
harmoniously to bring about great mistake was made was In\I Week Quarts Returns during the past two years. vice." d The widow and/or child of the United Sates, the Indicated torney' receiving legal advice she IS.o' [ i _
( ) 3.5
results for every- of the license. 50 $ 15.00 acreage of corn is per
best possible the cost 16 Activities AnticipatedThe
f Increasing Dee. ----- Curtailed deceased person who served the determined to stay in the race and T
concerned. In the meantime It was on the same principle as if I Dec. 23 ____ 19 5.70 Budget Commission made In any the active military or naval service cent below that of last year, In serve In the legislature, If elected. U i5 1 ttf

bank Is open for ordinaryking a merchant should advertise a big I Dec. 30 _____. 244 73.20 up of Gov.Dave SholU and members during the Spanish-American rreatest decrease being shown states, In his letter to the supervisor fl :

accommodations. Deposits lock his doors againstthe ______ 1,444 301.20 in its report the important producing
sale and then I Jan. 6 of his cabinet says the Boxer Rebellion of registration Mr. Landla said: j
__ including
., to be held 91..A. 1,382.10 War. which likely to have a heavy
.fA ptruet __ 9. been are
this time are c r o wd. Jan 13 __ .0; that reductions have and the Philippine Insurrec. "--poll taxRHimutit! be paid at leaston
I subject to payment In cash I believe the late Senator E. M. Jan. 20 _____ 8.256 1,161.00Jan. made on a comprehensive scale. carry.over from the large corn or befots the fourth Saturday l t .

demand or to the depositor's Johns had the right Idea. He told\ 21 _____ 35,648 3.000.00 "Provisions for certain state activities tion."( ) For the purpose of sub- crop of 1932. In deficient Intendto corn preceding the day of the election,, e )

ok, and practically all of the me that while he worked for an Feb. 3 ____ 19,713 1,767.08 have been reduced In anticipation paragraph e (b) of this section the states farmers apparently usual acreage for the two years next prtc&litg IJ.;
I of the bank are mak- he also advocated ____ 25.376 2,283.8" In the maintain about their ,
patrons increased tax on gas Feb. 10 of curtailment War shall be deemed to have the year In which such ellon U I
;use of Its facilities at this time. making the license plates Feb. 11 _____ 20.86" 1,877.78 scope of those activities; certain ended November 11, 1918." and in some areas to plant held. This means that the poU ft t

free of cost to the car owner. Whileit Feb. 2" __- .1.014 2870.98 activities are contemplated to be Monthly minimum and maximum more for feed supplies.Intended acre taxes for 1931 and 1932 must have .

might not be advisable to go Mar. 3 -----.t78,432" 9804.00 dispensed with for the period covered rates are fixed as follows: For Florida the from been paid on or before Saturday.
lid State Laws extreme I do believe it 10 ____ 18,880 2,360.00 where the pension age of corn shows no change entitle electors jj
to that Mar. by this budget. For disability, from $8 to $275; harvested In March 4, 1933, to
would be to the advantage of both Mar. 17 ______ 1/1.118"/ 1,826.25 same are not of an essential nature for death from $12 to 375. The the 687,000 acres to vpte In the special election." .

the individual to furnish 24 ______ 30,400 3,32/1.00/ the stand : 1932.
the state and Mar. as viewed from President is given authority to pre of oats for S
Regulate Liquor the tags at the cost of manufacture Lawtey of the State's existing economic -I of disability and The Intended acreage cent !
scribe degrees while Is 3 .
It now Returns I the country as a per
and distribution. Week Quarts condition. rates payable for the disabilities but slightly Board Removes i

stands there are hundreds, prob- Ja.n. 13 _____ 8,528 $ 979.20 "Certain departments throughnon.preventable pension and deaths resulting from less than last year Florida, the intended .

If thousands of cars shut off the Jan. 20 ____ 12,512 1, OI.UJa.n. Increase In essential and from peacetimeservice above 1931. For I
IU I Intoxicants service Is 10
Control Sale of war of 8,000 per
highways of the State because of 27 _____ 26,880 2,862.00Feb. work, do not show a reduction well as disabilities and acreage
Not Repealed as harvested acreage
They're the owners inability to pay for a 3 ____ 35,740 3,119,60Feb. In the total though the Item deaths not incurred in service. cent above the School Subjects

tag. The car standing in the garage 10 ___ 71.680 15,760.20 costs making up the total have The President Is authorized to of last season. of -
therefore makesno Feb. 24 ____ 113.760 3,763.20Fob. decreased." > and The United States acreage potatoes '
John burns no gas been fix the dates of beginning In 1933 will be
By Kllgore harvest
IK Florida repeals its constltu- profit for Its owner or the state. 11 _____ 30.000 2,700.00Mar The Budget Commission recommends termination of each war, and to I, for cent below that of 1932 if I'hyiM-lal. Education and Home
13,440.00Mar. 5.4 '
ilia! and enforce- Remove the 25 per cent penaltywhich 3 ------107,520 that the .valorem prescribe the required number of per are carried out. Economics No Longer !Man'I 1 ,
f prohibition Intentions
eat acts passed in 1918 to make ( is only penalizing the poor 10 ___ 60.80 7,560.00Mar. tax levy*be Increased from 4 ''7-8 days of war or peace-time service; growers Florida potatoes are alreadyplauted. datary
cost ef the license ____ 47,760 8,800.00Mar. Is nature I
I effective, after national repeal. man) cut down the 11 mills to S 1-8 mills. This levy time limits for filing claims; The acreage I includingsome I 5IWI i '
the cost of manufacture 24 ____ 98.560 10,780.00iIIss and !
to presump- 1f
supportthe'State'govern of
tag not to extent proofs of education
and the board
|ere will\ remain several liquor sit planting outside The state
Urtw and distribution and then men t proper but t o- .finance or assist and health fi
|1\1 passed in years gone by. sales cial areas is 18,000 has removed physical
back and watch gasoline Stump in financing certain activities, 5.) CODllU..1 economic fj
amended or repealed they will Evelyn Continued on page 23,000 a year ago a education and home
mount up. With a low priced tag such as pensions, tick eradication, mandatory sub- 4 ______
ntrol the sale of joy juice. and Is In Bach Festival HIGH 21 per cent compared from the last of I
would be equipped State prison, the JUNIOIL
every car free school books. HAMPTON 2 cent for school curricu
Set of Three decrease of per In the public .
without saying that no one and the board of health. COMPLETES! HCHOOL TERM erage ,*
A enacted it goes schools whole.
of a
| three laws were to the early states as lum.
licensed car Is going of Starke claims low mill. 'J 4 1
who has a Stump The commission the Intended describedas
1 1901 1903 and 1905 prohibitinge Miss Evelyn For the entire country. The board's action was '
If he has the price of a gallon students at Florida in 1931 and 1932 and Junior High t.- J
walk the rates _
| sale or gift of any Intoxicating was among age The Hampton acreage of sweet potatoes fi temporary policy designed _
verage to Indians half or quar- of gas In his pocket. under State College for women who took substantial dropping off In tax School will conclude its term with la 13 per cent less than in 1932 but meet present economic condition) 4j 1 _
I fully believe sir, that 19-22 in the Bach caused certain fund Friday Sunday and the with widespread -' I I
breeds In Florida furnishing well part, March payments exercises on still 3 per cent larger than In sohooU and to comply _
quor" to confirmed drunkards atr existing conditions you might I Festival In honor of the birthday supported by ad valorem taxes to Monday nights. harvested acreage of 1931. The demands that the so-called t _

notice by relatives and givingy take the bull by the horns as Tal- of Johann Sebastian Bach famous show deficits and necessitate an Friday night the play "The major decreases are expected in "frills" be eliminated from the cur- '. '

liquor on election day within understand the Hon. Eugene and tell composer.The Increase In the State millage. Fascinating Fanny Brown" will be those southern states which expanded riculum during the period of financial cl

mile of voting places. These madge of Georgia has done that if festival consisted of four "Unlimited application of State presented by a cast of students at their acreage greatly during _stress. _

f:*' carry penalties ranging from, the motorists of the state musical programs devoted entirelyto funds to match federal moneys 8:15: o'clock.Sunday the past two years. I W.. S. Cawthon, state superintendent I

|;0 to $100 fines or from three unable to buy a tag to drive meets any-and works of the composer who has must cease, .so long as economic I night at 7:45: o'clock the The l Intended Florida acreage, of public Instruction presented
until the legislature of the highest continue as they now sermon will be cent decrease board which
pnths' to one year. way relief. been accorded one \ conditions baccalaureate 24,000, shows a 5 per figures to the

Astringent, law forbidding the passes some measure to give has recently places\ among all musicians. are" the report declares. "The preached at the Presbyterian from last year but Is still showed the state furnished 35.T ItI4

'Vertlsement of liquors in any The Oregon legislature a flat Florida State College for Women mere fact that a federal dollar Church by Rev. Sam J. White. ,14 per cent over the acreage of per cent of the total school money : i

'JI'1n from newspapers to bills passed a law making orderto went on record as first college will be available if'the State puts Monday night at 8 o'clock the 1931. ln< 1931.32 as compared with 5.4.

)ard was passed In 1917 before rate of $5 per year; also,the In road. in the South to give a Bach Festival -I up a dollar is no good reason why commencement address will be delivered -,' For the United States. the intended per cent In 1926-27. Counties and

t&te prohibition and Is still effec- get the cars out of on the tag to in which the participants the State should supply that dol by Senator Ed Larson of I' acreage of tobacco shows a districts furnish the remainder or

v. The penalty 18 *500 or six have cut the cost fiscal were made up entirely from the lar. Keystone Heights. 22 per cent Increase over 1932 with the funds.
Ollths. $2.5P to the end of the year -'ty.and .tudents.of of the in. The Federal Government withpropriety i pronounced Increases In burley and Total school funds In 1931.31:

Post-Prohibition June 30..Some. cost, stitution.MANY. I might give serious consideration CHILDREN OF CONFEDERACY flue-cured districts and a sharp I were $$17,278,428 and the state
The ,. say that the present e to the discontinuance of of .the cigar $6.183,161.58 he said.
> -- SOON most
state also has a post prohilUoa of the ARE ASKED: TO MEET curtailment in furnished
law or two. Ont pIUIIIed in ,.f, the tag takes the place the cars. IIEAK BISHOP so large a program of federal mon leaf areas. while total.. unda In 1926-27 were

923 prohibits the sale> of liquordulters.ted personal property tax but on under that ey matching." All former members of the Ruby For Florida the Intended planting $15,686,360.98 and the state fur-

with wood alcohol de- I That may be the true man who has a A large crowd was present at Bought Balanced Budget by Davis Memorial Chapter of the of 8.30O acre la 26 per centovr nished 85307994.
r tured arrangement Sunday Cutting Expense: harvested in 1932. Georgia The percentage of state aid to
alcohol. potash or otherbonous old with perhaps a the Methodist Church Children of Confederacy and all that
material and evidently isied car: a few years of $200 or $300, Is I morning to hear Bishop William P. Decreasing expenditures ratherthan children of Confederate lineage. Interested and Florida shade grown with counties with school finances ran ,,

at mooneblnera. The penIy resale value as heavy a tax I Tbirkield of New York City deliver Increasing revenue baa been In becoming members of\ the acreage mostly la Florida from 22.8 per cent to 78.3 per cent '
Ie forced to pay just of the the commission's aim In Its effort intended decrease counties during: the pact .
from one to five years and new car valuedat his sermon on "The Power are requested to meet shows an average In various
Rr death as the man with a of the to balance the budget, the report the chapter cent. As a result'of he ; s
Hie results the charge of mur- several thousand. If there ls to Invisible." Scriptural bants at the Woman's Club building on l of 42 per fiscal year -
Is authorl ed. let each car be sermon was Hebrsws, Chap. 12. states. March 27, 3:30O'clock. : heavy losses In plant beds, of
the car motorvehicle Monday to result In an acreage
tax on that the
be flue-cured likely
Another of "It Is anticipated of
liquor adulteration stat- value. Bishop Thlrkield is a man the Florida acreage k .
according to its will be materially this type not materially different
.te taxed tax much
forbids and his license last season was
u" of cocwlw. indlcus, personality Davis tobacco for
that seems very commanding Mr. L. A. Intended s.
'itrlol, &*ain* of paradise opium. Another matter hearts of the people Is sermon was pronounced great by reduced," the report continues. Leader of Children tot W, T. Weeks below that ordinarily pitta*.* from that ertgtMHy p

Iutta. cap lcunlf copperas laurel close to the those who were fortunate enoughto 4. Chapter U. D. C. This year's Increase If carried out year ago. _
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-. Gum Branch NEW'RIVER I I' plllg.candy Monday was Good night served home-made with to a the peanut guests.peanut pop-f State Capital I NewsGovernor whether bear arguments or the not entire this on the section act.question No also date invalidates of- And the Worst\ is Yet to Come

I I i his been fixed for the hearing.
', Elizabeth Harnage, Con.f '. MlM Riulo a..... ("... Dave Sholtz has turned In the meantime over $50,000
attention to the preparation
f has been collected by the state
; Monday was very much need regular appointment at the New I lature. 25 being held undistributed awaiting ,
Governmental a
kti Mr*. II. M. M R.*. .... economy final decision. Should the Florida
ed.Mrs. River Baptist Church Sunday cent reduction in expenses, con- Supreme Court decide that I
T. N. Norman was visiting
;} I and certain departmentsabolishment ,
morning evening. solidation of
3>er parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. :M., i Miami the other provisions of the act are ,
;{ I Mrs. John demons and Clyde Mrs. R. C. Groover of of others, lower automobile -
:tMcRae, Sunday In the Rising s c- Saucer of Baldwin, were the guests was visiting her brother-in-law tag costs, and other constructive valid the comptroller's office will
i tlon.Miss of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Andrews and sister, Mr. and Mrs. B. :M. Mc- suggestions are expectedto not be requested to return the tax I

Klvle Edwards spent Saturday -I here Saturday.Mr. Rae, the first part of the week. be dealt with in the message. collected.
afternoon with Miss KlizabethSlarnage. and Mrs. Ira Plnholster of Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Norman and The legislative session will open r
: Lake City and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. daughters Dorothy and Mar..,at-noon on April -4, and the Governors CHARGE PROHIBITED i& r Iwu4
Mrs. R. C. Groover and Mies Wiggins of Clayno attended church : garet, and Ellis Lewis, allot I message will receive first FOR HELPING FARMERS
1 I JUlle Hamate of Miami are visiting here Sunday and were the dinner Gainesville, were visiting Mr. and consideration' after the organlza FILL OUT LOAN BLANKS
I their brother J. A. Harnage. guests of Mr. and Mrs. :M. F. Wig Mrs. J. E. Norman Friday.Mr. Uon of the house and senate.
r Mrs. W. F. Harnage has returned gins. Mack Norman of Lake I
from Miami and UmatUla. Miss, Estelle Davis of Sampson Wales Is visiting his father. Mr. Farmers who apply for loans
t where she has been visiting forsome City, spent last week with Rev. and Henry Norman.Mr. ,' Persons hauling their own prop- this year from the $90,000,000 fund
erty in their own trucks do not
authorized by Congress for crop
time. Mrs. C. C. Butler. and Mrs. Wflton Conner of
% w Mrs W. H. Groves and two sons, Rev. C. C. Butler filled his regu- Wateroak spent the week-end with come under the Jurisdiction of the production loans, should refuse to I s
Edward sod Earl and UtUe daughter. lar appointment at the Long Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis. Florida Railroad Commission, according pay any charges for help in the -s-- 9111dkS
Irene, of Umatilla are visiting' Bridge Christian church Saturday After spending several weeks to Lewis G. Thompson, secretary preparation of their loan applications -sr- -
At J er brother. J. A. Harnage this I' night and Sunday. f here with relatives Mr. J. W. Bud- of the board. It was declared by Field Inspector
1 week Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Tomlinsonwere dtngton and daughters, Gwendolynand Anyone engaged in hauling farm J. C. Pokes of the Crop
b Mr. and Mr*. P. D. Reddish and transacting business In Ernestine left last Wednesday grove, forest, or seafood products Production Loan Office, stationed
j ; two sons were visiting her' parents Starke Saturday afternoon. for their home In Bradford, are exempt from the motor transportation at Ocala, Fla.
;fit > (Saturday afternoon Miss Novella King of Sampson I R. I. act, when such hauling The law as enacted by Congressthis

Mr. and Mrs. H. Keene and Mr. City spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. Ella Griffls and daughter, Ie from producing or assembling year specifically prohibits the -
n v land Mrs. W. R. Kersey were vlait3ng Mrs. Reddish Andrews. Pearl, of Punta Gorda, are visit points to places where the prod charging of any fee for the preparation I
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp Sun ucts are transferred to rail, water, of the Mr. I
4 { Mr. Martin Saltier of the State ing her father W. H. Norman. application
day afternoon. Farm and Misses, Essie Sapp and A. R. McRae made a business or motor carrier. Fokes explained, and provides for I
z Misses Agnes and Louise Sapp Outda Andrews were visiting in I trip to Gainesville Monday.D. The weight limit on all trucks fine or imprisonment, or both, for I
i and Mr. Albert Williams attended not under the board's regulationis found of assess I
4' Lake City Sunday afternoon M. McRae and others attended any person guilty
church at Union Sunday. I Miss Ruth Tomlinson attendeda the revival meeting at Baldwin 16,000 pounds gross Including ing such a charge. Notarial fees, I
Mrs. Mamie Williams of Jacksonville weight of the vehicle, the weight however still __
party In Lake Butler Saturdaynight Sunday night are necessary, as are I .oILo .
was visiting here Sunday. I Mrs. J. J. Morgan of the Pine being fixed by general law and not Tees charged by the county record. --. -

Miss Elna Conner attended Mrs. R. S. Johns and Mrs. J. E. Level section was visiting her' par- the Railroad Commission, Mr. Ing official for recording the lien -

,, ;church at Union Sunday. Mains of Lake Butler, were visiting ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Norman, Thompson said.Installation given as security for the loan.

Mr. and Mrs. Frazier Shaw and at the home of Mr. and Mrs Wednesday.Mrs. Prospective borrowers need not dl, ...
:little daugbter of the State Farm J. L. Johns Tuesday afternoon. W. H. Groves and children of or an automatic write to Washington for application l o.

,; ; *pent Sunday with her parents, Messrs. G. W. Andrews and :M. Umatilla are visiting Mr. and Mrs.B. sprinkler system in the infirmaryat blanks and detailed informa- or before October 31, 1933. The One doesn't
r ;Mr.: and Mrs L. L. Conner. L. Johns and Bud Moody were :M. McRae. the state hospital at Chattahoochee tion about the loans, Mr. Fokes regulations make it unlawful for get the I Impl'e8ll
Miss Doris Kersey spent Saturday transacting business in Starke Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Dobbs of Ral- was authorized: by the boardof said, but may get material direct any person to dispose of or assistIn that the world is rotten unleBI
night with her uncle and Tuesday afternoon.Mr. ford were visiting relatives here commissioners of state institutions from the representative in each disposing of any crops givenas lives in a part of it that i h n

aunt Mr. and Mrs E. E. Yar- Hermie Keyy was transact- Sunday. to reduce the fire hazard and county authorized to accept these security for any crop loan, except -
borough. ing business in Starke Monday. Mrs. Walter Underhill and lower insurance rates. loans. In Bradford County this for the account of the Secre- BOREE & GIDDENs]
Fred Halslop was in this section Miss Essie Sapp attended the daughter. Gladys and Mrs. Paul Approval was given the same representative is County Agent L. tary of Agriculture and provide for FtTNBHAb DIRBCTOai

: Monday morning. play at B. H. S. Friday night.BOOTSEY'S Underhill, and D. M. McRae visited time for other improvements including T, Dyer, assisted by Frederick A. fine and imprisonment for viola- C..k.t Dloplar Room N... :D
-- relatives In Jacksonville Wednesday purchase of a generating Scott, whose quarters will be located tion of such requirement. The At LICENSED BoMctt'a' Wartkou.

and Thursday.The engine- for the hospital and a boiler in the court house at Starke. regulations- require each borrower I "Ao b.U...BMDAlMkJl. Service"
HAMPTON Georgia-Florida SemiAnnual I for the state farm at Raiford. The application blank this year to agree to plant a garden for Alwoyo Head7 P..... MOM !i
r r BEACH Union all day sing will meetat year requires a statement of the home use and to plant sufficient 85 to SI HlrcraUo Aw, Juk_

ilia. Aoo !WI__.. Cor.Mrs. I L. O. kl.o. Cor. I Corinth Church next Sunday Attorney General Cary D. Lan- amount of the loan desired, the acreage to provide necessary livestock e _'-, ... .
1: : a. m. at 10 o'clock March 26. Everybody dis, gives the following opinion. number of acres for which seed and feed.

Invited. "There Is no authority granted fertilizer are to be purchased, the .
J. B. Ackley. Mrs. Rose
'' yi "Watson, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Those attending church at Union under the law for a private citizen amount desired for fuel and oil for Correspondence Is not what It ATLASThe
Saturday and Sunday were: :Mr. to have an audit made of the amount desslred for fuel and oil for
in the last
C. Gould, who have spending was century. Anyone
and Mrs. C. E. Crawford and baby, I records ractors. The also
county by private auditors, application requires -
ll the winter here, are leaving this who can write letters like those
Clarence Summers Mr. and Mrs. GRAHAM but any citizen of the State has a statement of the amountof
week for their homes in East Hart- I collected and published ,In books Standard Oil
ea''q' R. N. Crawford and Mrs. J. L. Gas- the right to request that such an the loan which .Is to be used for I
sell that of stuff to the
ford. Conn. .!.. Bllcm JohaooB. Cor. I can sort
"y9{ Rev. G.,XL McGauley of Brooker kins. audit be made by the State AuditIng making repairs or for the purchaseof magazines; and won't waste It in Tire Guaranteed \
Those attending church at Sax- other The total
Department. supplies. sum -
of he First Church
: pastor Baptist private correspondencePOLITICAL
''Ct will fill his regular appointment ton Sunday night from here were: :Miss Mildred Broughton of Request for a ruling on this point of the several Items must not One Year
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Norman and Starke was visiting friends here came from attorneys representing exceed the maximum rates per acre
It r' next Sunday morning and evening. ANNOUNCEMENTI
E Mrs. J. :M. Maxwell of Jacksonville daughter, Cleo Miss Mamie Sunday. I the county commissioners of Sarasota specified in the regulations.
was the guest of friends and Thompson, Mr. Cecil Robinson Rev. F. M. Taylor filled his reg- i county, where a group of taxpayers To obtain the loan, the applica- N4s.NNNNNFrigidaire
Mrs. L. M. Murrhee and daugh ular appointment here Saturdayand desired tlon blank the
J' :relatives here this week. an audit of county stipulates, applicant hereby announce myself a can
M. L. Watteraon and J. Pu...- tern, Ruth and Frankie Lou Sunday.Mr. books by private auditors. must agree to use the money loaned didate for Representative in the
ley, have been hauling staves from Thomas and Louie Murrhee.Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Roberts and "Public records of the county are I only for the purchase of supplies State Legislature from Bradford
the Hampon stave mill to Palatka and Mrs. C. E. Crawford Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Roberta were open to inspection by any citizen of necessary for crop production in County, subject to will of the vot-
# Irr this week. spent Saturday night at Dukes visiting relatives in Wlndermere ..the state who may make copies 1933 on the land described-. Prospective ers In the special election called by
with relatives. Sunday thereof In all Instances wherein borrowers must also state the three
The revlvay services conductedby he the Governor to fill the vacancy year guar-
i5 Rev. Sam J. White at. the Mrs. Mae Dicke and son, Ray Messrs. W. T. McEver and L. C. has a special interest this does that they have neither the means by the death of my husband, the

K 1-;? Christian church, are quite a success mond, returned here Sunday to the Smith were visitors to Starke Fri not however authorize a general nor the credit with which to secure late G. M. Inman. anted electric re frig- \
and much interest Is being home of her sister, Mrs. Dora day.Mrs.. audit, except as provided by law", these production-supplies, and that If elected I promise to the people -
manifested. Crawford after spending the past Aileen Call was visiting the attorney general said. unless the loan Is granted they will of my county the most careful erator
two weeks at Dukes with her tam. friends In Hampton over the week. be unable to farm in 1933. ,' painstaking, and conscientious
A. L. Olsen and sister, Mrs. -
end.Mesdames Florida chain-store law must Significant differences betweenthe service along the same lines as
have been
Omstead, sightseeingnt ily.Mr.
Cedar Key this week. E. J. Roberts of Lawtey, Gate Wynn and Flor- again be argued before the state 1933 and 1932 regulations governing outlined by my husband For sale by
Mrs J. P. Sullivan is visiting her spent Friday afternoon here the McKInney of Sampson City supreme court, states Attorney crop production loans are I shall support every good measure -
children, A. L. and Cleveland Sullivan guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Craw. were visiting relatives here Sun General Landls. that this year the maximum per that will effect economy in the
ford. day. The statute was recently de- mitted to any one borrower is $300 'operation of the State and local
of Theressa.Thomas
sI Wasdln, one of Ala- An unusually heavy rain fell here clared invalid by the United States and that to qualify for a loan borrowers Governments.None Smith's Service I
chua county's successful farmers Monday. It was the heaviest rain Poverty Is relative. It's Just the ,Supreme Court on account of a must agree to reduce their I of my friends, and I have
E was a business visitor here this we have bad here In a long time, state wherein you can't afford anything provision in the act requiring the acreage of cash crops 30 per cent many, doubt my ability and if
week. and it also damaged the crops you don't ne' d. amount of the tax to be based on below their 1932 acreage, provided elected, I pledge that ability to the
p1yyy' Mr. Wilson May visited his planted, besides keeping the farmers whether the links of the chain organization their farming operations are above service of my people.I .
out of their fields for several than minimum. As in 1932, will consideration
brother Roscoe May who Is in Riverside A Japanese wireless telegraph extended into more a specified appreciate your -
k Hospital, Jacksonville this days.Mr. company Is erecting a station at one county and making the tax a first lien on all crops planted vote, and support. Fla.
,; week. and Mrs. W. M. Reddish entertained Koyama for communication with higher in such a case. grown and produced in 1933 is required Respectfully, ,
s several of their friends !the will Loans to be MRS. VONDA E. INMAN
B. Haynes of Winter Haven and South Sea area. The Florida Supreme Court are repaid on

i family visited Mr. Haynes' par.t .
Ir' neat, Mr and Mrs. Ovid Haynes DOROTHY DARJNli By Charles McManus I
:last Sunday.
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Corrlo Bell Noraa*. Cor. OUGHT TO IWQVMR.E FOR OUTS

Misses Lubedla and Ruth Al- STER SHfAL'rN r ) iLL OE RtdHT _
vares and Mr. Emery Johns attended i BACK /' c-- 1

t r church at Long' Bridge Sunday \t
A night. 1

h Mrs. George Thomas, Messrs. Lu-
clan Alvarez and Carl Cone were 111hiAS
visiting in Lake City Sunday after- 0 e G .

"'r 1 .-Mr and Mrs. Paul Johnson and e

a a "daughter Susie of Raiford were Q QoM..rM.

q' 7 dinner guests of :Mr, and Mrs. F.
:M. Norman Sunday. O eo
Misses Susie Johnson of Raiford,
Muriel and Rachel Silcox of Starke,

'p :Mattie and Carra Belle Norman \
t. and Mr. Russell Norman were visiting I
in Lake Butler Sunday after

jq noon.Mr.. and Mrs. R. M. Alvarez and <

; daughter( Mrs. Fate Rogers were / .
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. :dim neMANUS
:, (Conner of Raiford Sunday. -

}f.' ?Ik. pent Misses the Leona week-end and with Ida Addison Misses THE MAIN\ THING ON MAIN STREET" By L. F:1Van.Zel: m 1-I I IMAIN ItJttity

g Nona and Nina Whltebead. .
} of New River
Misses Essie Sapp
n' t t,. "y Hazel and Gladys Underhill of : Buzz --- --

" ;, Rising. Messrs. Bob Cone of STREET'SLEAtIW1
''1t' + Starke, Martin Battler of the State SPAjSS HOLD 'STiLt.
,fir Farm and Mack McRae of Rising 'MEWSPAPER. SNAP Q It.I t>

;,, i !k attended church at Wateroak Sun ON BOY- Dgp ,yy !Y1 "YF QUiT YERTickLIN'

: :Misses Mary and Mildred Alvarez RACE TODAY il( 'CkEN 1LDFtQE,
t # were visitors to Raiford Sat-
t urday afternoon.Mr. '
and Mrs. Carl Sapp and son,
u :, Charles Edwin, of Hetlbronn were Tut
SS visiting :Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Alvarez
. ,$t Sunday afternoon.. COUNTY Witt 6COUHD5A !
Miss Flora Belle Johns of New
;Ir r River and Mr. Carl Nettles of Lake Tv4l i5 MORNING' A3 Tl4S

., Butler, were in this section Sunday MOSSES WERE GIVEN SNn
r "
t afternoon. wEICl J:1fiAL GI200MttIG ter.- f v I Ii

There are two kinds-those who
buy books to read, and those who
speak boastfully of the number of

) books they possess. I I +mt+..era.r __. lfWl2w.r ..

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--.-----:.:::.>,I THE STORY OF TilE APPLE I "L" i' '" ,' "1
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=-- The apple is-one of the oldest 1': Know? + ,, \ .,': 'h ''I :
Do t 'J "U,1
+ I I
fruits known, the most profitable ': .. '

fl. S. JOURNAL and fruit according grown in the to temperate many world the zones moat, ,I I It'. '"i r : I': I,, '

valuable fruit In all the "

That it is one of be oldest known
the fact that ..asap ''Y I 'e
fruits is shown by
master of the opposing bunk of
-1n-Chlef reference to It is frequently II
HOPEssft HAfNES humanity.As found in the literature of all ages I
the Bradford rooters tried to "S" is for saps, for these we all and countries. The apple is often

EkilLor".iso. 1 May By Faculty and Student raise the roof, Inman forced Jack are. identified with the "fruit of the

Well Received into a corner. The Jaxon was "E" is for efficiency, from whichwe three of knowledge" which grew in
Exchange Editor: : groggy. Spike aimed the finishing are far. the Garden of Eden. The Greeks -

HARLEM clout, a scheduled looping right up- "N" is for nonsense, in whichwe apple of discord I
AXE ":lly Boy John," a three-act percut. As he released it. Grimes believe. made an applthe of much

Literary Editor drama given Friday night by members nodded sideways and the corner- "I" is for ignorance, and this which was the some cause recall the
I LUCILLE EDWARDS i of the faculty of Bradford post of the ring shook to Its ancestors we must leave. I trouble "Atalanta's Perhaps Race," whloh

Sports Editor High and several members of the under the Impact of the "0" is for ostentation, folks take poem, the three golden apples.

JOHN INMAN local student body, was a huge suc Tornado's fist!! The referee raised off your hat. I mentions will recall with pleasure, "" "' '" -; : I

cess. It was produced in the Grimes' hand as Spike woo! led in "R" is for reckless, give us a paton Many "Planting .of the Apple .
Society school auditorium before a large agony to his corner. Boos roared the back. of the .
MAST: I Tree,"' a much loved poem .
JOYCE I crowd. from the Bradford rooting row. "S" is for scorn, for we've plentyof of the apple tree.
beauty and uses
I class Reporters The theme was woven arounda Robinson COpilGrimly that. The belongs to the same it :4-i
oth Grade, Jennie Dunn pretty, simple, love story, between setting his teeth Pug the plum, peach, cherry -

th Grade Bunnle Canova John Stewart, played by Robinson cautiously boxed Lee TIlE WORLD BEAUTIFUL family as the rose fam-

Marjorie Stump Professor L. A. Gray, and Flora, I Travers for thirty seconds, then and strawberry were

loth Grade, Louise Snyder played by Martha Brownlee. Lun dropped the Union welter with a The sky so blue above me; similar Ily. In'plants.the beginning The chief they relations X 7 1+ 1'4' wCist 1 r

Its Grade, Hazel Lennon Stewart, John's brother, played by right smash under the heart. Trav- The green grass beneath my feet; shown by the exquisite blossoms t t

Joke Editors Charles Fender, was seen as a born ers lay sprawled until the referee The murmuring pines around me white or pink-tinted and
which are .
CLYDE MORGAN comedian, forever "there" with a bawled, "Clean out for next fight." Fanned by breezes so fragrant and look much like the first roses, the $ 4
clever thrust that brought a continuous Ed Parker peeled his bathrobefor sweet.

l'RI\UTI\'E: lIANSECURE" : guffaw from the audience. the semi-final. Snooks Barbour wild The roses.fruit of the apple tree Is

inS FOOD John Stewart goes away to the met him In the center of the ring Each little songbird Is calling; Juicy, possesses a smooth

city to become a lawyer leavinghis with a wild Jab that slid past Ed's In tones so lovely and clear, very skin, a hard, firm pulp, with a ;

live man, the first that we "hick" sweetheart, Flora with neck and put Snooks in a position And the sound of the waves lapping horny like core In the center which

Uling' of at All, lived his promise to return and marry for severe body damage. He wentto shoreward, contains the seed cells.

|soy roots, berries herbs, andwhich I her There (is much sentimentalityas his knee from a one-two smash Is pleasant for one to'hear.. According to authorities there
i y they could gathe In the parting occurs. in the slats. Enraged, he leapedup are at least two thousand verities UmP

Lods, and small fish and pos- But when John becomes success- without a count and plasteredan The sand on the shore beneath me, of apples, each differing from the '. ,

|dams and other small water : ful in the city, he forgets Flora overhand right on Parker's Is studded with pearly, white others In color, size, shape and r .

Vtating animals which they and marries Adel a vamp. They forehead shells; taste, though inthe beginning rt,

Jl catch in the streams and I quarrel about sending the old fam- Ed Hit Stride The beauty of reverence aroundme I there was only two varieties of _____
that invitation to visit them. most of the remaining ,
and birds ily an Clinching and
Ismail animals the wild crab apple t t'
1 could catch or kill with sticks John's family surprises them witha minute, Parker came out fresh In For In all beauty God dwells. apples the common, apple. rA.q,4A, rwdw ..,_ 1101'_," 14 r4 ,

I stones. These things, which visit. Adel, played ably by Miss: the second stanza and circled Bar- -Written by a Senior. The apple was known long ago the mast exclusive", golf course In the world U also the most -

Bused his limited diet, he'ate Hazel :Mlddleton, la very indignant bour, bewildering the Jaxon with as shown by the fact that they THAT ... ? It I.) located at ChesUrfltld Inlet just south. of the Arctic' c+ d:

Eg he bad not yet learned theIf and treats them abominably. The perfect boxing. The sideswipinglefts LITERARY NEWS are frequently mentioned in stories Circle on Hudson Buy and It has three membar. They ar. tho mllonary *- 1
to return home, fact Snooks In a Factor and a mounted policeman, The courseconsists
family prepares to the put the east, the Hudson Bay 9 .
f flre.Iter told by travelers six times, a sours. per t (
another week rushed Parker, of three holt which when played glv '
remain He
learned how to makeuse but decides to bad way. The. Seniors have been making no description of mad. of land 4' !
man but gave and the are
they tundra greens
Cal Henderson, detective, his head and receiving of 72. The fairway are t .
of stones when swinging over for commencement and an Eskimo
weapons plans time. rolled. The caddies u.
better apples of that brought up from the i.a shore and
I which they could kill larger I played by Robert Chapman, ar another buffet In the solar entertainment.The There are many kinds of apples, The photograph shows the complete mmbsrshlp of the club enjoying ( 1 1t

lals which provided better food rests Adel for bigamy, which nul- plexus. As he folded'forward, Ed following committees have but In North America not more gam. The membership fee I I. five polar bear teeth; payment of the L Lf.e .i i t

| a larger amount with less lifies the bonds between herself shot both hands to the chin, then been appointed. than one hundred varieties are provide life membership 'In the club. ...

and John Stewart. Although the walked to his corner. Barbour 1. Baccaraureate sermon and : and usually not

ally man learned how to raise end comes here, it is understood took the count with his pan In the commencement. profitably more than grown twenty varieties are are one of the most wholesome, O\'IR WO R1(E ,

a vegetables and grains which that John returns and lives with resin. They were middleweights. Address time, speaker, expense successful in any one region. Even foods, furnishing: carbohydrates which NERVES ,

[ cultivated with crude rakes, Flora. Final Prove Scorcher -Mrs. McLendon and Mr. Gray. the kind that grows in Virginiawill and water and fruit acids ,

other implements fash- Lun Stewart was Adel's pet' With the meet at a deadlock 2- 2. Class activities History will not well In Canada, or serve as system regulator.). Dried
j out of the few materials hate, but she had to dislike him to 2, the crowd roared when Wee Davis and Prophecy. the West and vice cersa. For apples are richer in food values

[had to work with. balance his enmity for her. Besides Tornado heavy, climbed Harmon Morgan, Mildred Mor- early fruit, warm regions are best; than, fresh apples, but they are

Lthoda kept improving in culIng the drama, there was singing through the ropes and glared gan, Lucile Edwards, Genevieve the trees which produce late or lacking in the refreshing qualitiesof
I| choruses of pretty girls and across at his adversary, Clint Crui fresh apples.Washington
and raising fruits, grains, 1 by Kenly. winter fruit' thrive best in colder ) I Ir
{ ; animals were do-, four boys. :Marjorie Stump ablyassisted ser. The Union heavy showed halfa 3. Decoration-Mrs. Carpenter, regions. The fruit of the lattere Is the chief apple
vegetables United
I the head taller than Wee as the ref- state of the
at piano. Junior Class. producing
I and
licated and better fish were Mrs. Alderman left on the trees as long as possible ranking
vered and put into use. The characters were: eree gave his directions. 4. Senior show committees: (a]) without danger of being trot.en I States with New

lived to ait John Stewart-Prof. L. A. Gray. They were up at the bell and act Genevieve Kenly; (b) second.A .
1 Indian days they One play, and they have one particular
Brownlee. of the ring, seedless apple has been pro-
in the center
early man-eatfchlefly Songs and music, Hope Haynes; advantage. They do not rot on the and
extent like and Paw Stewart-R. F. Demorest. bounding apart from the collision. Basketball and acrobatics, duced by John F. Spencer
birds, perishableFruits
wild animals, (c) trees like the more Is
This apple
Maw Stewart-Bunnie Canova. After boxing for a moment, they Margaret Williams: Luther Uurbank.
and what corn Ruth Rowe, such as plums and peaches.
Land wild herbs Fender and until much the same as the others onlyIt
Lun Stewart-Charles went at It hammer tongs (d) Boys tumbling team Harry the more favorite varieties -
I could raise. Robinson. their approval Among Is less, and bloasomless only
Donald-Eldredge the crowd roared Bea- core
and ,
American lived much Tyson; (e) Steps of apples are the Winsap, Jon- and small
e j early Hazel Mlddleton. Clint lunged forward, for the stamens a
Adel Miss Suddenly f Impersonationsand
cultivated trice Johns; ( ) athan, Bellflower, Snow Apple, advantage
| same only Nan Stewart-Kitty Hogsed. driving Davis back with a thunderous daram&tlzatlons, :Miss Middle- Baldwin Greening, Northern amount of pollen. The chief
animals Russet, that It Is
Domesticated The cash customers paid In volley to the head. Wee prop Jokes and sketches, I of this tree Is
day ton; (g) and the Spltzenberg.
-sing down to the present and about $40.00, from which the school ped his head against the Jaxon'a Thornton Johns and Mac. Davis; The Spy,Maiden Blush and the free from the wont of apple pests to worm i h h.ery
fruits grains TO MM
moth. ywr l
many horsehide into -the codling IIP
will benefit. chest and pumped committee, John In-
which are cultivated (h) Property Duchess are tart summer apples scab two troublesome HTTJ a\ M tension.N s
vegeables the muscled stomach, putting ev (I) Apple rust and A, ,
Elizabeth Williams; h. wife t
and the others at<
\ best implements that sciI man and are not as good as diseases of apples, can be wonder yoa .1I81>_ I
the food BRADFORD WINS TILT ery ounce of energy he bad Instrumental and outside talent, and bark at
can produce, and much FROM UNION PUGILISTS each wallop. As the bout got hot- for eating. detected by the appearance of yel Wateh thoutlOverwork d .1 jii '
Ina Forsyth. Davis Is an apple
Supplied from our wide range and fireda The Ben low spots on the leaves and small lead to StoepUsMM. *- y IP
tied Geulser Wall
raised ter, Wee up Programs committee, Mrs. raised and In large atsrvs may
animals which is easily and June. The best Headache NWof I '
IdoraeBticated hook flush on his chin as apples In :May Nerroo
jsely for food. Another branch Davis Cope Final Duel After Par- the right bell sounded. Mrs. Long and Hope. Haynes quantities but they are not quiteas prevention Is to spray with Bor- Indleestloii and bort *4

Bur diet is supplied by the rivers ker Grabs Seml-Wlndup Second Is Thriller good, for eating or cooking, as deaux mixture just as the treesare otter aapleall&D'WIt dlstovbaaessx !r
from THE JUNIORS of the other varieties. The don't try Or. ) ll.stSRerv..ewt
some should yon
Is and oceans, budding Cedar trees '
streams bell the heavy
From the opening Is NnrbM TabWtsf t r ;
of this apple '
,,h we get our fresh and salt (By Lester Austin.) weight flung caution to the winds chief advantage time. not be allowed to grow near apple Just one la a half gLeam .. [ b s'
to a' for long .
well a
let fish, lobsters, shrimps, tur- I (Editor's note: This Is another and used an offense for a defense. The Juniors are going that keeps welcome trees for they develop fungus diseases water makes a pleasant t spurfcHoc r< I.
clams, oysters, etc. account that was recently Wee floored Clint early In the party for the Seniors. We No fruit Is more generally especially rust. drink delightfully onthtng ire C
much peered sportanic had several class meetings and are by both young and old, than the apple as a food, r
odem man would unearthed in the files of the counter, then kissed\ the canvas Considering to overtaxed nrrs. 't
If he had to start out to office.) himself a little later. As the bell going about it In a "big way". 'the apple. They are nearly a year the old saying, "An apple a day Dr. Mil*' Nnrtn to now 1 ;
did. Telegraph have been appointedand round fruit for they may be kept In two forms- Uq U .. 7771
lire man 1900. I the doctor away. *
food as primitive Fla.-Marcb 1, sent them to their corner's they keeps tan ldI
Starke, will cool cellars Tablet. Both
work. We In nt
Jessie Mae Brannen. are already at In cold storage or Cffrre .
(AP-BradfOrd) High's purple- staggered drunkenly. I until the oUtmaT *4f*at.
have tag day within the next from the time of picking for same) *
Science IB. trunked Tornadoes tonight scored Geulaer tore into the Tornado at month. Last Wednesday we had next summer's apples are on the Very old men change little In |1JM at JTMUT dreg stow*
county's leathertossers the opening bell and sent him In their last twenty
over Theatre delicious eaten appearance .
"Junior Day" at the Rita market. Apples are 'ii'
HERE THEY CAME FROM after the Jig was apparentlyup wheeling Into the ropes. Bounding The Juniors got a discount for sellIng raw, baked, or candied, in pies years. In that lies, somewhat, one O .M" I:: !
to clinch the Interscholastic out, Davis took a solid Jolt on the of the secrets of longevity
to help or apple
This Jellies
I' tickets. go puddings, sauces
lie origin of many phrases thatuse championship of Florida. forehead that floored him. ShakIng ) (
boxing 1 for the Informal party, which butter. Apple cider made from
[ in our every. day speech is With the score at 2-1 in Union's his head dizzily, he arose at pay will be given April the seventh apples Is a most" delicious drink, Seldom does anybody learn how NERVINEIAHLE
In antiquity. the semi-final rolled eight and evaded Clint's rushes by watching an- : S
favor as The mothers of the Juniors will and vinegar made from the cider to make money I

for Instance, we speak of givingcold around, and a rather unsociable i until the other was somewhat the affair.SEVENTH Is a very useful product. Apples other man make It. ..;
shoulder" to some one, looking pair scheduled to meet our winded, then started a hook from sponsor .

Ing that the person is not finalists in the two windups, the the floor. Geulaer swung his shoulder NEWS REPORT - By DWIGveve r'tIe.u. r-rI

come. When a guest In a French rooters from Jacksonville bad around and was sent reeling SCHOOL DAYS i I I'r. P; 4s.. 1

e i of the :Middle Ages had out- something to stand on. Into a'corner. As be swung back of the I !
ed l his welcome, he. was served Union Gets StartIn Into position Wee sent him kicking Our class Friday.charge It was "'fttALKCO. I- ) i

i a cold shoulder of mutton roof the opener, Skinny Williams, with a left hook Hush to the chapel assembly ..

d the hot meats usually Tornado feather, fell In love with chin. Just after the referee's bane as follows: Gas \'" Howe.' 1i00a. 1 1OA

cd and this was intended as a the canvas In the second rouad, had descended for ten, the final 1. A piano solo by Jewel wTb, tevjeu vu.- Cat I I
Ue hint for him to leave.e after slugging it out Kid Raullls bell sounded. '
Mildred Warren. -
2. "I'se Bad, by .Rt.R.. 1L aI
phrase that we use in praise for four minutes, and bugged therealn'until The five Tornado pugilists were "It''bMC

referee's "ten", put shouldered and paraded among the .
me one, "He's a brick comes the Beatrice
I the way from ancient Sparta an end to the romance. Skinny roaring acclamations of the scholastic 3. A piano solo by

Us authol was the king of carried the .first stanza, out me champions of Florida. Moseley. Willis Smith andL.
skit by
4. A
country who lived four bun- yoke was too heavy, and he retired Z
CLUB O. Jones, Jr, I
the sec- LITTLE
years before Cbrt t. A vlsl- after one minute Jack by Virginia -
of the Lit- 5. Jumping song
to the king's capital, greatlyprised ond counter with a lefthook on The program meeting Mildred Warren
held In the Fugate
to find that the city had the chin as an alibi. the Women's Club was
the countIn auditorium, on Thursday, the first and Edna Pearce.
walla as was the custom in Determined to square Gaasete went to Keystone' ,17"'
Kruse Is Jewell
>se days, asked the king where the second tilt, Spite Inman ripped period in afternoon. Betty
Union light- chairman this week, and, Sunday.
wall Grimes program
were. The monarch polnt- into Jack Carol White went to Green Cove
the club on I
bell rang Mr. Larson will
to some of his soldiers. "Sparta"aid weight as the opening '

"has fifty thousand sol- and had the reputable Jaxon bleedIng the value of play. 'I Springs Sunday.Edmndson and Lucile t lP I'Fl f'li
head before The program was as follows: Patsy i '
the ti.d
1'8 and is brick. from "
every man a profusely to school after a
A Perfect Webb are
old. Ulllan Moseley; --
minute Song by
vs say of an unmarried wom'She's the chapter was a i ;
"" because unorthodox in style, Grimeswas Woman, Club Girls; Tap few days .
a spinster. Rather Mark.
Billy Long,
Value of Hazel Crews
mimlcing a dance, Betty Kruse; The .
olden days girls had spun for almost faultlessly Annie Mae Thorntonand ,
stunt, ley Hornsby,
entire Mr.. Larson; Acrobatic t
the Play,
mselves and during
a full set of bed revolving door I Reese Bradley were absent :
'e' furnishings and thereforei round. Spike would feint, shift, Betty Stringfellow; Miss MarJorie : .

spent much time at the spins and Jab-sharp, cutting cllpa-then Stump, acompanlst.- Monday. ( 1 a +

wheel dance away as the enraged Jaxon FAMOUS CHARACTERISTICS MRS. BOREE'S SIXTH GRADE Tt P Pt

e phrase "pin would heave over a sledgehammer FAMOUS B. H. s. FIGURES t
hen pin bole OF
tore a
edltbe middle ages smash that merely and Last week Ralph DuBois brough

r re mad by hand and were very In the smoky atmosphere ."They laughed full a cacoon to class Wednesdaymorning' ;;
he Mr. Gray:
I18lve! The women, as usual, threw him off balance. Before .well with counterfeited glee, at all It hatched Into beautiful \

ed adornment and found plus could regain his equilibrium a Joke had be",. butterfly.
mitt on his Jokes, for many
necesaary article of the toilet smack! would go Ionian's Mr. Morrow: Sherlock Holmes.Mr. What Would Happen It: )' t' rd

they asked for a specified sum. his ear. Larson: Galileo. Robert cam to school on time
In their htiebands! each month Grime Rallies Theodore Tyler bad his arith-
Mrs. Long:
to a
I USe for pins, or as we say now As the first canto drew Carpenter: Prophet.Mrs. metic.

I.a "mall purchase, "pin money." close Spike was breathing physique rather I Perkins; "Like two single Ralph didn't leave his seat with 0

-Ernest Barbour, heavily and his smooth ladles rolled into one." out permission.

From the Forward. was gistenlng with perspiration. Mrs. Alderman: "Thinks much Melly made a run in basebeall T
stag.gered '
Just before the bell Grimes but little." Lloyd didn't ask to go to ge : i'
his first say
"ORf( NEAR COMPLETION the Tornado to the Sumter Harley: "Says much but the "puller."

I e general physical exammafchii -' real blow', a right uppercut thinks little." .- .

o., typhoid inoculation and temple. Immediately Lester Austin: "The little boy A new pocket knife that contains -

B"I* treatments In Bradford Coming out fresh, the lads with the big vocabulary." one blade and a nail file re ,
at long
h SchOOl have been finished ex- fell to slugging couldbe Nelson Faulkner: "As silent ft* a semblea a coin when closed.

bi her the\ and sixth Mrs.grade Demorest's Miss Jacobi room. range.classed And as If those powder-puff wallops wants blows no, painted Jimmy ship Moore, upon:a"Fond painted of ocean.him" The color and.sparkling quaJlt,;; rH ;w'r! \ f iFii

Morgan this correspondent semiprecious stones cal
was assisted by :Mrs. then enjoying self." of many 1>
area, .MniL Buford and MissCala part of cosmetics. Spike was Selected. be Improved by beating.
01 hand, one
of 1l&e0ll Hospital. : the tipper '

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: 1931)); and $54,380 for the ShellFish 'borer attack ordinarily escaping picture as a villain In a relatively "BLONDIE JOHNSON" COMINGTO tures and the popular --

: Commission ($51,256 approved j attention. Trouble of this character unknown character. It cannot be LOCAL THEATRE SOON Zasu Pitta with her Co

in 1931) can be prevented largely by I eliminated. It may be controlled. bands give a fine perfume,
I W50fietvA/ Railroad Commission $57,500a I e Mix to the Rita Miss Public En v i
Tom :
comes :
careful to remove the more
recommended $55,120 a pruning CARD OF THANKS erwise o '
year ; known \
: seriously infested branches. This I Friday and Saturday in Peter B.Kyne's : J,
year approved In 193 ; Increase of son" Is none other ""
famous story, "Flaming ( 6
2380. i I means that skilled men engagedIn We wish to express our deepest I ite Joan Blondell) 1lI) OUr
Guns. Tony, Jr., Tom Mix's new ClODdJe
untility clearance must know
appreciation to our friends
State Auditing Department many son" is a J
n I[ enough about borers so they can horse, and successor to Tony makes atory o. gobbed! .
for their loving kindness and
LUmVIG-STRICKLAND STATE'S BUDGET $75,000 a year recommended; $72,- sym- "Little Caesar"
I SHOWS REDUCTION 400 a year approved in 1931; In- I easily recognize their work in the pathetic messages and to thank his first screen appearanceRuth to the top of w 8kYl'ock
Hall, beautiful brunettebaa gang
Mr and Mrs. A. S. Strickland crease of $2,600 a year. 'early stages. those who sent floral offerings at Tampa In her fist and m \\1t1e!
announce the marriage. of their I Governor's office J38.150/ a Our public utilities are essentials the death of our husband and fath- the leading feminine! role. Tier baby-blue great big Ieaz
Continued from 1.) They Just Had to Get Married, a eyes
( page have There
i We must electricityand
daughter, Emma Bell, to Andrew year recommended; $41,500/ a year er. hilarious tion, pathos and II
George Ludwig of Gainesville "Certain special mlllagea are recommended approved in 1931; decrease of $3,-I telephone connections. A breakin Mrs G. C. Sapp and family. comedy brings Slim Sum- one. Omedy ID
Florida, on March sixteenth, to be increased; no new 350 a year.Secretary. the continuity of service i Is not S merville and Zasu Pitts in costarrIng .
Starke Florida, at the home of the taxes and no new sources of Income of State'a office-$33,. only annoying but in not a few A cheerful giver la often like the roles. The long, lanky Hardly ever Will -
contemplated. I cases result in substantial losa. burro that seven children to slim with hIs dry, quaint humor a man ml !
bride' slater, Mrs. E. W. Hayes are 630 a year recommended; $27,952 try stand up spiritually
'" nnnrnmlxatelv' 25 per- cent approved in 1931; increase of $5,- I The lowly insect steps Into thi erlde at once. and his hopeless, awkward! gee 1 stands alone. \\IJ1tII]

MISSION STUDY; CLASS MEETS reduction !In recommended expense 678 a year. I IU ...
1 cannot be accompanied by an equal Comptroller's office $150.470

$ The Mission study class of the reduction in taxes because the Income a year recommended; $140,184 a .
d. Presbyterian church met at the from all sources was $2,118- year approved in 1931; increase of

h ,, i home of Mra. H. H. Young Tues 000 short of meeting all expenses!, $19,280 a year Special appropriations -
day evening with Mrs. T. N. Kendrick for the last fiscal year. A deficit recommended for various departments '
u has resulted. Money is owed and of comptroller's office.
leader, for the evening.The
next meeting will be held must be paid." State treasurers office-$17,180

+' at the home of Mrs. Young on I| As a final recommendation, the a year recommended: $41,760 a TO THE PEOPLE OF
k1 t' :: 'a4 Tuesday evening with Mri. Geo. Budget CommlsHlon suggests that year approved In 1931; increase of

., H. Lowry as leader, who will speak If the 1933 legislature at its meeting $5,420 a year. Appropriation of .
1'' on "The Indian's Approach to God" I here during April and May authorizes $26.511.96 recommended for State

2''.. 15 This will conclude the mission additional expense, it also treasurer as ex-offlclo county .

t, study claas.c provide additional revenue to meet treasurer.
that expense. Attorney general's office-$11-
c The commission estimated that 800 'recommended
a year ;
F ARE HOSTS TO CLUB $6,505,78823 In revenue will be year approved in 1931; increase
i.; needed during the next fiscal year, l of $11,670 a year. Bradford
which July 1, for various Public Instruction CotuftyMANY
''s Members and friends of their opens I State Department of -
government activities as follows: j
( bridge club were guests Friday eve- I $37,080 a year rec-
Executive and administrative ommended; $40.860 a ,year approved -
ning to Mr: and Mrs L. D. Vining ,
salaries, $$302,008; educational in 1931; decrease of $3,780
at their residence.
t St. Patrick's Day furnished the expenditures, aside from public f a year. No appropriations recommended -
schools, $1,834,63320, ; mainten- for State funds to
decorative motif with score padsand

:. ; tallies ornamented with gay I ance of lunatics, $1,003,62535 and judicial match federal funds. 1 .----. E__ ____ __ A ".. __._._ __..__ ._ _
department Supreme.Court Court _
Supremo $73,895.84 a '
i figures suggestive of the day, and
(t $577,52144, Jurors and witnesses -
sr, the prizes were wrapped In keeping year ; $98,43550 approved -
with the occasion. A variety of I $268,089.89; expenses of collecting in 1931; decrease of $24-
I revenue, 238159.28 State .
; 539.66 a year.Judicial
t garden flowers were effectively
F (
Plant Board, $224.59446, legisla-
M used In the living room and dining i I Department $511,300 GOOD CANDIDATES HAVE BEEN FORCED
room, where the guests were at tive expenses, $250,000, ; owed a year recommended; $634,900 a THE
I Iplay. banks for past due loana$375.009.- year approved in 1931; decrease of
.,' High score prize for the ladles 97; due State school fund $100.000 ,- $123,600 a year.Recommendations. I REPRESENTATIVE BY TAMMANY HALL METHODS.

f j .- went to Mrs. E. L. Biggs. Gentle- ; and other items. for expenditures ARE YOU TO -
{ :men'a high score prize was won by from special mlllage and special LAWYER OR SHALL
I Among the more important bud- fund include; State Prison '
it ; -V.;;; L. neuHicy.Guenta get Items of expenditure from the THE PEOPLE HAVE A
: included Mr. and Mrs. C. Farm-$340,000 a year recom- CHOICE?
," CS-A. Knight Judge and Mrs. A. Z. general revenue fund are: mended; $$549,951.30 actually spent

c ':"tVdkina: Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Mon- Board of Control-$8,100 a year during past fiscal year: decreaseof

.* p' 11 J -.tltsth. Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Mr. recommended. $9,400 a year auth- approximately $210,000 a year.
4c orized by legislative act in 1931; State Board of Health-$178.- I am old enough. No Court
1 r end Mrs. F. F. Stump, Mr. and Mrs. decrease of $1,300 brought me in this race and NO COURT
a year. 370 a year recommended; $272,920
( 0. L. Beasley, Mr. and Mrs J. E
', '(a'' y- Wilspn, Mrs. E. M. Johns. University of Florida-$561,000 a year approved in 1931; decreaseof CAN ORDER ME OUT. WE HAVE TOO MANY COURTS AND I
a year recommended; $789,305 a $94,550 a year. Separate appropriations -
N year authorized in 1031; decrease recommended for -
of $228,305 a year. In addition to departments of board. SHOLTZ to HELP ABOL-

3;' F A delightful affair of Friday at- State fund appropriated by the Budget Commission recommends ISH MOST OF THEM.
legislature, the University receives that State Hotel Commission be WE PAY TOO MUCH TAXES TO SUPPORT
y tternoon was the bridge party given
non-state funds which will
I bring placed under State Board of
r "by Mr*. 1.. D. Vining to members I the total amount available for operations Health, that fees charged by Ho- IDLE MEN IN USELESS JOBS. Let's do away with the Game and Fish
: wand friends ft her bridge club at'I
to $128,700
a year. tel Commission be reduced 50
D ; her Seasonal homo. flowers including sweet University of Florida Experiment cent, and that proceeds from these Commission, the Hotel Commission, the Motor Vehicle Purchasing Depart-
I Station-$50,000 a year recommended fees go to the State Board of
EJ 'calendulas peas, baby breath, nasturtiums, ; $325,233 a year approved Health. However, commission rec ment. AND WE HAVE A SPECIAL LAW which
lupin and larkspur decorated In 1931 decrease of $275,233 ommends appropriation of GUARANTEES THE

i, \ the home for tlila enjoy i I Iw a year. Outside funds receivedby (a year for the Hotel Commission,46,880 TAX ASSESSOR AND TAX COLLECTOR
able party. The St Patrick motif I Station of this County $2400.00
ci Experiment bring total ($81,240 a year recommended in : a
.. ,
b ;; prevailed in the tallies, score pads, available to $83,000 a

; wrapping of the prizes, favors aijd University of Florida Agricul year. 1931.Live Stock Sanitary Board "year-whether they make it or not; this law was passed in 1931 ; let's abolish
the salad
t tempting course served
fl, g at the close of the afternoon, tural )Extension: Service--No ap- $225000 a year recommended; it and consolidate these offices into
propriation recommended. Activ- on
; 3.
4 Prizes!! were awarded; Mrs. A. Z. $320,000 a year approved in 1931; .
i ities to be cared for aa far aa possible decrease of $95,000 a .
; "Adkins for holding top score, and bjkjfxperlment station; $83-, State Bureau year.
t Mrs. T. J. Alderman for making 282 a year approved in 1931; decrease 680.63 a Marketing -$59-
year recommended; $u8,-
p second high. Mrs. J. C. Robinson
of full amount, 740 a year approved in 1031; decrease I and invite others to this and let's
was presented a birthday giftAssisting State Plant Board-$25.000: a of $10.0G9.37. 1 urge enter race" have a "free for all"and
{ Mrs Vining in entertaining -
was her slater, Miss Ruby year approved recommended In 1931;;$200,000 decrease a year of Motor-$141,160 vehicle a license year commissioner recom-- let the people have a choice. LET EVERYONE PAY HIS POLL TAX
Kilpatrick of Troy Ala. The

T guesta J. Alderman were: Mrs., Mrs.H. C. Rltch J. W, Mrs.Andrews $175,000 Florida$360,000 a State year.College for Women mended 1931;;decrease$156,504\ of a $15,344 year approvedIn a year. AND 'DEMAND THE RIGHT TO VOTE. I want everyone to have his

a year recommended -

1' t W, M.,Walnwrlght Mrs. J. C., Robinson Mrs. J. E. Mrs.Wilson 1931, ;$480,005 decrease a of year$120,068 approved a year Special recommended appropriation for of Auto$45,940 Theft a VOTE. I am not a lawyer but if the 1 law is in the sad fix they say it is-SO

? f Mrs. H. C. Wall, Mrs A. Z. Department ($72,336 a year approved -
f Non-State funds bring total avail- in 1931. -THAT HUNDREDS OF GOOD CITIZENS AND
p Adkins, Mrs. O. L. Beaaley, Mrs. able to $429,373: a year. ) f TAXPAYERS ARE DEPRIVED -

and O. L.Mrs.Haynes D. A., Mrs:Montleth.i1" l Junius. Smith Blind Florida School for Deaf and $121 Commissioner>, OO a year of Agriculture recommended-; : OF THEIR RIGHT TO VOTE, we need SOMEONE WHO is
'-$140,000 a year recommended .
e $114,000 a year approved In 1931! *

(( tA'dIl I',,, CIRCLE ONE OFl'TIST I I 1931. ; same amount approved in increase of $6,900- year. a NOT A LAWYER FOR REPRESENTATIVE. that such an' unjust law
W. M. 8. MEETS The 1933 budget was prepared J
"I I Florida State Hospital for Insane for the commission by Fred C. 'will be abolished. r
--$940,000 a year recommended Elliot, engineer and for
Mr*. 8. F. Hamrlck entertained secretary
,' Circle No. 1 Monday afternoon ", $1,020,000 a year approved in the trustees of ,the Internal Improvement
1931.: : decrease of $80,000 a year.
1 :March 13th at her home on Wal-I Fund. i,

.. .nut street. [' Reommenclation of $22 per based capita on appropriation per- THE RICH, THE POLITICIANS, THE LAWYERS, AND THE FAV-
Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, circle president I
month, provided total for year does {
had charge of the meeting, not exceed $940,000. ORED FEW ALWAYS HAVE A CANDIDATE, and I have never heard of
and Mrs. E. C. Priest lead the short I|
"? devotional. Mrs. Alice Florida Farm Colony-$110,000 (Dr. E. Porter Felt, director the
a Lanjrfordof
,,1 Gainesville, one of the circle a year recommended; $162,000 a Bartlett Tree Research Laboratories one being held disqualified. THE PEOPLE NEED A CANDIDATE and I offer -

;w members: presented I year approved in 1931; clc'creaae of ', Samford, Conn.) I
a lovely quilt
$52,000 a year. Recommendation ,, myself for Representative from Bradford County with
t .5 top which when finished will be i Ordinarily we do not connect Insects a sincere feeling
I imBed on capita cOst of $22
per with failure of the electric
:4; used at the A : a
? vote of thanks paatorlum.was given rising Mrs. I I I month tght or' power service. They are ,that all of the people deserve representation. I am indebted to no politician,
Florida Industrial: School forBore .
not to
Langford for this attractive and' supposed electricians. t
$100.000 a year recommend- they are the prime 1 or organization but I love right and hate
useful gift. The afternoon was | ; oppression, and if elected
I Jed $140,000 in your rep-
spent In sewing and ; a year approved :agents in shutting off the current.It '"/
1' 1931; decrease of $40000 a year. in fact that short circuits or resentative I shall
R' was for the$1.63.coming month. Collection I i Recommendation based on cost of "outages"a are caused during wet faithfully and honestly look after your interests and cooperate -

At the close of he afternon Mra. |!I $22 Florida per capita. Industrial per month.School for periods by limbs lying acrossf' the with Dr. Mann and Governor Sholtz in abolishing useless jobs and reducing
Hamrick, assisted her wires. Real wind or ice storms -
by daughter,
Girls-'$32,000 a recommended -
year are to tear off living
{. Mra. Oliver served a tempting necessary taxes.Bradford
i aweet course to the following ; $33,000 a year approved in: branches,&and bring about this con- .
pres. 1931; decrease, of $1,000 a year.
ent: Mrs. E. C. Priest, Mrs. W. J.1 dition though heavy snows may
fit Recommendation based on per capita branches down and
weigh hold
Epperson, Mrs. J. H. Pitta, Mrs.
} cost of $28 per month. them the wires. There
on are some
J. B. Goodman Mrs.
r Mrs.
Old Soldiers' and
Confederate Insect borers which cause falling
Oliver and Mrs.
J M. Brownlee.Boy .

( Sailors'ommended Home; $6.000-$3,000 a year a year approvedin rec- molh branches., the locust namely borer, the and the leopard oak County Needs a New Deal; \Write in the Name of

Scout News I 1931; decrease of $3,000 a year. and hickory twig pruners, all of
State Board of Public Weifare$11,2)0 which weaken smaller limbs to ..

--- I : a year recommended; $16- such an extent that they are broken -
'; '1 AU boys wishing to go to I 5CO a year approved in 1931; decrease off with comparatively light

d sonville to see the basketball JaCk-I of $5,310 a year BudgetCommission wind or even fall ,of their own
: between Troop 5 and our recommends that the weight and during a rain storm thee COCO BUTLER

will meet at 0.20: at the armory.I law providing for this board b branches lying upon the wires may
), Cubs. with written permission of; repealed and that its activities be result In aa Interruption of service. I

parents may go. Buses have been discontinued. There are some other borers, such .
''q 'h arranged for aud all boys should Florida National Guard-$05- as the hickory bark beetle and the 4I '

have their swimming suits. 038 a year recommended; $109,754 two-lined chestnut! borer which operate -
;{ Any boy wishing to go earlier a year approved In 1931; decreaseof under the bark of the trunk
in the day with parents or friends $14,716 a year and larger branches and produce And' Mark Your "X" Before it if You Agree \With Me.

r __ must advise scoutmaster. The DUdget Commission recom somewhat the same conditions, except .
j Any loyal Starke adults are cor I mends that the State Board of that the dropping of the limbs
1; dially invited to this game. Forestry, the Geological Survey, follows the death of smiller
u i.. :, A short meeting will be held lithe Game and Fresh Water Fish branches and ia an Indirect rather

't f p! before leaving. Commission be consolidated intone o than a direct result of borer Invas Votes Don't Count \Without the "X": Let Your Vote Count.Paid
R. W. Card, Scoutmaster. department, to be known aa ion. Such trees also threaten the .
e the Conservation Department. j continuity of utility service ;

NOTICE However, the commission recommends Granting that the above I la true, '
an appropriation of $25,000 and there Is no escaping the facts, :
t.,, The business and program meetIng a year for the Board of Forestry the trees badly infested by any of i ( Politicial Advertisement) .'
of the Woman's Missionary Society ($" 0,000 approved in 1931)); $30,- these borers are liabilities\ of utility I litI j \ .
ri g,, t t will be held at the church 000 for the State geologist ($20,160( companies, since localities where I
next Monday afternoon at three approved in 1831)); $130,000 for the borers are numerous are> the more j
i. o'clock. A good attendance la desired Game and Fresh Water Fish Department likely places for circuit: troubles.I

c $169,920:: approved in This I la a practical phase of Insect''' I. '-" ) ---. .. . .- .

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,.,,!.'i2.:>aszs z ii; zszsascs 1 OLD STATE LAWS be reopened! or al tton of these properties. The Jacksonville Sunday. SKATING V > | .

KKGULATE : amount of money Involved in the Everett Loadholtz of Jacksonville {
any war may be transaction wan not announced. was visiting relatives here f r
care where BiiHlnefM Active the week end. Every Tuesday Thursday I i
Bits of l lI (Continued from page 1.) over .
with permanent Local merchants P. L. DInklns who Is 1
are reportinga employedby .I
water logwood, Brazil wood, Saturday Nights
hlnal or neu- dally increase In their sales on the Railway Express CompanyIn .
or sugar of lead under
and medi account of strawberries Jacksonville herewith 8 TILL .1 I
bringingin spent Sunday
alty of three years in prison. ,
I treatment for dis much needed to this his
lNevb money sec- family.
lDcal State law '
provides that Lt.'giollllall, Starke : '1 1JI
tion. Extra help Is employed In Dan llowell of Oiustoe was a
have jurisdiction of guaglng
servlce.connee-\all business places!, and on Saturday business visitor here Saturday. -
uors. Other laws forbid sale \
Concerning Our People Business and minors or employment of It was with difficulty that all Children Under IS yearn, 20 centati4 t: '
the were served. As usual there are CARD OF TIIVNKS Grownup, 30 ctmtn I

Progress of the County and Town. saloons.But while there will be to begin an\ many get-rich schemes being offered We Use Chicago Champion Roller
many of all allowed I out-
unsuspecting by
uor statues in force If only persons We wish to thank everyone for SkatesNATSEZ
the beneficiaries : aide parties who should be com- _
5 ..I.I"c main enforcement act Is the kindness and expressions of --- -
__ ,e ..e.+r,nnClC7CaCi47R7! S75ZC7Ci04CT7t7C7C? f under the new I pelled to pay a large license fee.
:"' ----- -- It will be to sympathy shown us during the recent -
Mr- and Mrs. W J. Epperson Mr and Mrs. E. F. Rhodes and I broad regulatory necessary law because ,will begin July 1, I Mm. I). \\'. !Moore Entertains Illness and death of E. D. : :j
; the I claim is required so Mrs. D. W. Moore was hostess
Luther Wilson
; Monday to Jack onvUle. son, spent state will be without general j Card. ]
sit __ week-end with Mrs. Rhodes' par strictions, regulations or now drawing bene-,to the Ladies' Aid Society of Grace I (Signed) : Mrs E. D. Card -
Norris and Miss Mary t ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W Hayes. otherwise whose claims M. E. Church at her home Thurs- I and family.Ed. .
;Mrs Will and who may day afternoon.The "In the Spring a young man's '
Wednesday note: Through error the
Dodd visited Ocala I to benefits under beautifully fancy lightly turns to thoughts of
large living room was
Mrs. T. W. Oliver of SylvaniaGa. above notice was ommitted from al
LOCAL MAN SENDS decorated for the occasion love. Or at least that's what the n '
., left Wednesday for her home, last week's Issue of the Telegraph.ALLDAY '
Mr. L. D. Green was a with LETTER TO of the Administra II with fern and cut flowers.!: poets tell us, although ," ,:,
weeks here
after spending two I -
la Jacksonville Tuesday other official The hostess served a tempting I often IIwono.ler
visitor no '
her mother, Mrs. S. F. Hamrlck. I KING' 1 I
fr ,
jurisdiction to re- salad course after business discussion If their 'I ,
P13. Johns of Jacksonville, (Continued from page I,) However, to the guests who were: thoughts aren't 1 In'
;Mr W. that of the foreclosure of There will be an all-day sing at a I I I
Mr and Mrs. Kenly
George turning to how I ;r ;
this week In Starke. Insurance claims Mesdames Q. W. Roberta, V. R. i'' I 1 1they're
I Is spending on the homes. It is well Corinth Church Dinner
and Miss Genevieve Kenly were gages Sunday. to '
E. E Bur- going j '
by competent Reddish, W. B. Christy, ( : trl'r'
dinner guests of friends at Key derstood that the home is the I will be served on the grounds. Everybody make the nextpayment k i, ,1.. ri :
M. Lewis, r .
D. C. Jones of or which may here- ney, W. B Chandler, A. .
;Mr and Mrs. stone Heights Saturday evening. wark of the nation; yet family II Is invited to come and M i .. '
in Starke Mon on pending in- A. H. Harley J. H., W. F., and on : I
Gainesville, were ter family, not two or three full basket !
bring a
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: will be paid. J. T. Moore, Misses Abbte parley new rond'f''
day, Mrs. E. M. Johns, Miss Gloria thousands of them all over this : allowance is con- and Kathleen Blanchard. ster 1 1 '

----- Johns, Miss Olive Dell, Mr. W. B. land of ours, are being forced Mrs! 0..1. Phllllptt Kiitertrtlns DUMMY BALLOTI r, v1 s : 7t! \I
Charles] Darby and A. E. of their homes which In many !
Messrs. Spell and Lester Price Robinson I clear that veter Mrs. O. J. Phillips entertainedthe Hut a young I Inmn !f ;
Wall, Jr spent Sunday at Daytona I motored to Gainesville Sunday af represent' the savings of a the dependents of ladles of the Baptist W. M. U. In. not the E's ,1 y1'A:\ I

Beach. ternoon. and why? Because they are 1<. as a direct re at her home Tuesday afternoon. only nun whose. I'' I '. t, '
D--Wrlght: ;:; to meet conditions over which military or naval The meeting was presided over thoughts. turn In HjirinK1. If the x 'i s :
;Mrs. N. and Mrs.II Col. and Mrs. J. E. Futch and' have no control and for which 1 be removed from '''by Mrs. T. J. Terry leader. After I I'I I weather keeps" up this oool, nn old t;." i ,\ L'. 'f "

D T Clark spent Wednesday in Miss Mary Brownlee will arrive I are in no wise has responsible. or pension rolls. I scripture reading and business discussion -, 'I inn Id In likely ender how Mho / I; 1. ,' I', i
Legislation brought
Jacksonville.---___ I here from DeLand to spend the conditions on the people and ( dates of entry In- the hostess served delicious ask you kindly to vote for In gallic. to keep her feet warm -.; ( : ; a : ;,
',week-end with Mr. and Mrs. H. L special statutory 'refreshments to her guests who for another seek Mi > Olive Dell of Gainesville, Brownlee. lation must be promptly \ be modified by were: Mesclames'!'. J. Terry, O. A. me to fill the vacancy of my er' thought might turn to won- A' : t ,<;: f''. t : :

spent the week-end with :Miss put a stop to these wholesale Anderson, R. A. Blanchard, J. M. : tiring how! '" going< to be-\:'\ I I"" 4 ftt r '
closures If the nation Is to husband and write
Gloria Johns. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Ludwig left The American rule, year ending June Reddish, J. L. Harrell and V. R. my name Johnny to take iuio1li bath : \ f. :i? 1j" 1ft
Friday for their home in Miami, people as a or any other mon Reddish. on the ticket and mark nn X foro JIIIMSNow ." s '''' '.!,,' I ,
Mr and Mrs. E. M. Davis and after a short visit with Mrs. Lud- law-abiding and have an to veterans of PersonalsMrs. \ :" )
dxa;'htr.' Jean, visited Jacksonville ,wig's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. amount of patience but to the. Spanish-Ameri W. J. Epperson of Stuike, by it as illustrated below. ---- '.- i y ,,;' ;'" ::1if

Tuesday. Strickland.Mr. In by several the near-rebellion states, they which must Is their dependents ,pont, Friday here at the homo Mr. Inman promised' you I ilon't cnre which way ; '' .: :j 1' (, J
( of officers and of her daughter, Mrs. Q. A An- ti '
pay j thoughts turn this! Spring If # 1f r )
concluded that has your
Dr, and Mrs. H. B. and Mrs. Robert Demorest patience I governmental and to ". :' 1 ,
to be virtue. the Regular Army, derson. economy only your feet turn Into my store. ,\ {' '
spent the week-end In Marlanna and daughter, Ona, enroute to Permit a me to quote from Corps/ or Coast F. R. Carradine and W. H. Edward stand by the people of hH I know that If you once get there,;;] 1 : t .I

with relatives. ? Boydtown, Va., were guests for editorial in the February ) be reduced by 10 were business visitors to you will\ begin to think, "How can' .,. r' i
the week-end of :Mr. and Mrs. R. Jacksonville Tuesday. county and to do everything Sternberg1 offer Ihla new Spring : ; "' 1 IE.)
the Farmer "The f.
T. H. Howard of Leesburg, Progressive ; ,
Mrs. F. Demorest. sent to all Howard Bill Harrell, Pete ;
Miner merchandise! at such reasonable ,
of America know (and in his that it fl
the guest of Mrs. W. E. Mid- ple power to see was /
was on March 16, no Burney and Miss Beatrice Miner ;
prices Jj 'j't j r"l'
know with a dread and
dleton Tuesday.Mrs. Mrs. Will Blair, who has been Intensity of conviction) that be made for new or attended the show in Jacksonville brought about. I. if elected, : { ';
spending several weeks here with '! under the old Sunday evening. '\. {. l'tt'i I '. J
P. M. Barefoot spent Thurs her mother, Mrs. A. D. Coburn, Is no excuse for the poverty, except burial Mesdames V. R. Reddish, O. J. will carry out that same prom. r ''fj
want, the suffering that And just to that In the : i'
in Brooker 'with her sister, grave
day left Tuesday for her home in El cases were business visitors to
at the present hours-no emergency ise. !Spring my thoughts turn to how J l'1. f:
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T. OstE'en.Mrs.
Mrs. R. dorado, Kansas. I ,ed to hospital. No Jacksonville Wednesday.Rev. f ,
and no excuse. I run Mine you money, romo In unit itl
be admitted to F. M. Taylor of Hamptonwas "
George W. Kenly and :Miss I think the following from !let nlO .show you the new Hprtnicttiiniplt'M ::D l :t1
Mrs. J. W. Andrews, accompanied clothing allow- a visitor here Tuesday eve- Respectfully, \ I 1 '
Farmer the of Tallor-niml clothes\ '
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visited friends In Oregon expresses 11 I
Genevieve by Mrs. W. E. Torode and Mr. made. Loans on ad- ning. I '
Ings of a great proportion of leave noiiio nutlm at 917.50. And'atalk \ '
Palatka Saturday.Mrs. E. J. Roberts of Lawtey, speniTuesday may'C.certificates, are not L. H. Hill was a business visitorto '., I ,. t'
people at this time: about DreHtMtil have 'em, ; ) : ,
of the State In Hastings with Mr. and "My neighbor says that now Macclenny Friday from :fl.05 up. !'"'., got drtwue ,r't\ : ,
Godwin I
J. Q.
Mrs. E. J. Roberts. Mr. and! Mrs. Joe Parrish returned mothcrlnlawvlll"? I t( .1;41
moratorium Vonda Inman Unit j
Farm, was a visitor in Starke gum we'll get a ---- to their home in New York even jour ; '
afternoon. creditors won't dare! foreclose look good In. H o help nits : : '..l:
Tuesday Mrs. A. M. Darby, Mrs. J. M. City, Friday, after visiting here t '
farmers have b'TEP I' J f'
all the arose ,
P. F. and state for
Darby, Mrs Maguire and other parts of the > r
Mrs. C.:N. Christy,ia spending when some bidder shows his 4: ;
daughter, Sue, motored to Gaines Phillips, Cor. the past several weeks. ; j,' .,.9 J!
him 'd '
we'll Just escort off the >'
several days in Jacksonville this and the day Mr. Mrs. VV. C. Wooten 'n EJ I.'I I.
ville Wednesday spent and were .
J. L. FRAZEE t. ti
week with relatives.Mrs. We don't allow to be sold out ----- I NAT STERNBERG; ;( .
with Mrs. D. C. Jones. business visitors to Jacksonville
farmers can't be put to rout Transfer 'j t
Saturday. H' : :. "d
stand a lot, as we have stood Long of Mlddleburg I \
W. J. Epperson and Jllaa ; XI I 'I i i
Mrs W. L. Edwards and daughter Dutch Harley, Halllo Jones and Starke Florida < !:'
we've been real the purchase of the ; ,1 .L'
Pearl Jordan visited at the State Fredrika, and Miss Leah many years f.. C. Qatewood were visiting In 'i ;
Farm Thursday, n1 rn1ng. We've kept on farming at a nllne Co., plant and ,', Io'f' .1. I"
Struth of Jacksonville!! are spending and bragged because we had and will continue I .- .\ iI;}.' _! II' 'I" rIII'
the week with their parents, c'u cc '
boss, but have learned it naval stores busi
Mrs. L. E. Dowllng of Jackson
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Struth.
yule, Is the guest of her daughter fun to pay our debts off two large turpentine IL
--- ----
one. They can't foreclose our the present holdings
Mrs. W. E. Middleton. 1H
Mrs. Lloyd Green, who has been' _
away for we will have a after close examlna- rJ'
under the care of eye specialists\ In
Mrs. J. E. Maines of Lake Butler Jacksonville for the past week la say. In times gone by the

was the guest Tuesday of her much improved and Is able to neers fought for this land les1JI. Ibzch '
friend, Mrs. W J. no fears of Indiana! or other ; 1 j
Epperson. resume her work at the Bank of I I' l rr ;
Starke. they stood right there upon i CONTRACTOR 10 opbrocery

Mrs. George Anderson of Law- toes. It would have took a J .. of Appliances| | Y }
band to throw them folks off +
tey, spent Thursday with her par Mr. Elmo R. Struth has returned rMi. .I "
eats, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson. home from Long Beach, Calif.,, land. Call Street III 'fiv. ,
"Us farmers stand an

Daytona Mr, and Beach Mrs., enroute Wayne to Bartlet Albany of, Is having enlistment now a completed private In the U.citizen his S. Navy four-year with and an lot we've abuse but got we but; we worked when stand hard a they lot for of try !II STARKEFLORIDA, MARCH 24T11 AND 25TH I : :;, y !f I;Ic IcI :" _

honorable discharge. J
Go. visited friends in Starke. Sun .-.- squeeze the juice all out of us, I
day, Mrs. J. D. Doyle the and week-end Miss Flor-In with after a a smile while; we we get don't our just 1 I!II Pure Creamery Heal Irish Potatoes Maxwell House ; 1 f,; t 3 i'i'III

ence Gill spent FLORIDA

Beach J, W.was Abernathy In Starke, Tuesday of Daytona vis E.Valdosta T. King.Ga., They with Mr.were and accompanied Mrs. and again then or any we'll one fight that the thinks -.- -- -_21. III Butter, lb. 22c 101 Ibs. .. 15c Coffeelb.25c! ,1 J: ( \; .
take homes
he our HIM.
can away .
I -}
iting his daughter, Mrs. Lloyd there by J. D. Doyle, whois J'' Ir, '

Green.Mrs. D T. Clark of Miami, Is Ft.and Benning Mrs. ,L.Ca.S. Hutto and I gee.yet debts, but We've and when want alius the to paid keep kings our on of .:M, MAIL MIX 24-23 III II SUGAR True Love Flour Best White Bacon I i'j ":;'1;; : "

spending this week with her par daughter, Garinta, Mr. and Mrs.A. pants finance, they'll kick us likely too often find In In 24 Ibs. 59c & 9c i:

ents right., Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wain- H. Hall and daughter, Sharon, gone too far for patient as us GUNS" Sibs.23c - Pound 8 i, \; ) :.
visited Mr. Hall's brother, A B.

Mr. and-Mrs.- J. M. Mitchell, Mrs. Hall, at the Veteran's afternoon.Hospital at ers will are fight, we've for had home enough and Snapshot Cartoon and Grits Meal 10 lbs.r 15c : :'I

Will Norris and Miss Mary Dodd Lake City Sunday and the right." --- -. Rice Whole Grain or t : L
motored to Park So, your Honor, I would y
aft Orange Sunday Mrs. L. Wyman and daughter, respectfully urge you, by all : ., MAR. 27-28 i

: moon.' Ruth, of Lake City spent Satur- powers at your command, to MAD TO OETHHIE1) ft. lOc !
25c lEstateTeai1-4
-- lbs
Mia. A. F. Sauls is visiting In day remained with*Mrs.over Goo.till H.Sunday Lowry.after-Ruth next some relief measures. through \ I 10 r w r u : ht 1 '

Keedysville, Maryland, where she legislature.Most With
noon, when Dr. and Mrs. Lowry '
attended Ann the funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Margaret Lowry and Jean Davis respectfully.... J. yours Pattee, \ AND I Macaroni (or) Spaghetti, 3 pkgs. WeOt. I' f.1 ';JiUJI ,
Snyder. MILK
accompanied her home.-- Rt. 2, Box 65., Starke_ _.' < PITTS 1I1I II 11,1' ,; fj II'II

M Mri rjorle L., M will DeSha arrive and to daughter upend a, Friends of Starke/ of,John will Sharpe regret ,to formerly know VETERANS- ENDORSE Song News and I '''I Tall Can 5c t. l Mayossnaise= or Relish r r 30n II" J '} ,lj: ;

whilu with her parents, Mr. and St. Lukes- KCONOMV J'nOGItA .---- .. 'II .1 '[Ii ftJ '
Mi: Wm. II. Struth.Mr of his serious Illness In In Tuc- AT MEETING RS.. MAIL 29-30) I I Small can 2 l-2c I ,! :' .,\" ''J ;
In-the-Desert, a hospital
I Soap (or) 1'owder,10 for 25c al ;of; WI
son, Arizona, where he will remain JOHNSON:' I II '
and Mrs. E L. Mlddleton time, before entering a (Continued from page 1.) I ''i I I:, f I
and :Mrs. Mae Jones of Jaclt8onJ for some lions, etc.; In short, for IONI>F.LL AND t
In Arizona. Beans : I
'.: government hospital Navy Pure Coffee f 2 25c ? I' t tI
spent Sunday with Dr. and personally all regulations l : MORRIS us. f
Mr w E. Mlddleton.COLUMN! shall not be made 'I / : :
Mlai Bobby Conoly of Green "Payments And I : :
to date of
of any period prior L
the guest
was t
Miss Cove Martha Springs Brownlee Friday and cation" for benefits under the Featuring I 51k .. .. .- r 19c Large {Welnera pound -- --, ._ n__ .. 9c II'' : t't I Ij ,;

CENT A WORD Saturday. Miss Brownlee accompanied law. When a claim is finally : BANDS !, :

by Miss Lois Saturday Adkins motored after-- allowed ulations under issued the thereunder new law and It Screen Song .I I I j I' Peaches, 2 No. 2 1-2 cans -- -- __- 25c I 'LI' ,"j, '":' .,
to Green Cove : '
IJabu Lima ,
/ I "; i
Miss Conoly home. 'I ti"
noon to take II Apricots, 3 Ibs. .... 25cOnions { J r
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FOR SALE chicks White seriously r I Beans 511 25c0eese 'I'. t .
-Baby Roscoe May, who was .I. i
( ;! '..
Leghorns 8c, Rhode Island Reda Injured last week when a truck In NOTICEI I
9c. See W. :M. Edwards. t*. which he and L. D. Green were riding I ill 3 lbs l lOc ) ; ;) i1j i1jI

FoR overturned, Is reported Im- I \ OF THE LAWTEY TRUCK GROWERS' ;I Ik 15c 1 III. c' I 'f.' It ;
RENT-Lower floor! apartment ? '
Jacksonville hospital.It ,
proving In a } :
furnished. Mrs. F. H. to amputateMr. I UNIONJ. I Iii : jf >
was not necessary 4
Long. It* May's leg, which was brokenIn tfcrt Moritz\ Co., Inc., 257 Washington St., New York r Mustard Qt. r e r r : r 15c ; A' ;.,
FOR three places. City will handle your Strawberries on Consignment and I h Tropic Nut II I j1< .
SALE-Large white and yel .
low chrysanthemum plants, also "ELIZABETH A. SNYDER will not charge you but 7% Commission, thereby saving '' OLEOIJUTTEIl. IJananas,5pound8 -. -._.. lJc III IIIwvrw. I'I'! :i :.

smaller red and pink. 2 dozen SIRS.Friends of Mrs. Elizabeth A, you the 3% Commission usually paid to the local 'I T5f!

for 25c. Mrs. Juno Wall. 1t'FOR Snyder, 93. will regret to hear other Agents. They handle 3500; cars yearly and are rated Pound(1 9c I!Ii I I

SALE -- Sunny Brook farm death Keedysvllle at the home, Maryland of her,slater on- I $100,000.00 A. A. A. A., which is the very best. If you 'I Salt, 2 packages: 5c :: i f! ,I ::1'1 "
80 la
acres f enc --1 and cross fenced. 19. Mrs. Snyder was a haven't joined the Union join now. No dues or other I'' Pure or CompoundLard.41bs.28c ; J' \ '\
Six March
z zCole's
room hou I
', two large barns,
all Implemen i. tractor, discs, former resident of Starke .for ten I charges will be assessed or collected this year. All I HITTER'S DEANS No. :2 cans Tomatoes i! ; iI'

hay rake, mier, plows, cuRl years. Edgar services free. : \\t ;; '
vators Includii household goods, She Is survived by one jwn.
producing sttf .vberries, garden A. Snyder, of Mlddlefcurgr. Pa. 6 cans .- e_ 25c Each 5c '
wade, possess n at once, if interested and two granddaughter, Misses J. L HarrelL Lawtey, Fla. I Flour, 24 Ibs. 55c I Ii ; l:

see ov nee: on place. N. Fenella and Louise finyder, of I j -" ._ .__. .:_ _--_--- -_ -:.---.- :::- .-.:: _-: _::;;;; -.- :'",:i-r... I "' ,j ,
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tence! In either house.
edge of the brooder for the first -- -.. the senators Nlnetwa"i
I Av. few days will help to prevent are holdovers ori the
.1 v.. HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES I remaining 19 a number were !
crowding and chilling r.
J elected and
among the

"' -f [| Weekly lion Specialist.from Home Tallahassee Denoonstra-] SLOWER GROWTH POPULATION SHOULD. BE LIVE STATE NEWSNews bers have of either the been upper members house new&evQ1l Of lIIelll.tilt

of Florida in Short Paragraphs

},uy.p s Conducted by Demonstration AgentsACTIVITIES FAMILY FOOD SUPPLY slowing down of population Bronson T.W. Brewer ....

t t4 growth Is not & major factor In the :Thomas Booth were convicted at
the food supply need- but I --0. ,... __ .murder In the first degree
..__..-- __ _._ present economic depression I c I her. III
+ 1Ifiii$, :wr .. -- ed to maintain family health Is a It Is a factor of Increasing impor- I connection with the deaths of three
suggested adjustment for the farm tance and should have primary River Junction-Four men were|rof a home here with a penciled Greek sponge fishermen in Jail

OF HOME home for 1933. The largest expen- consideration In all plans and policies arrested here Saturday and threeof j note tied to Its leg. The note I fire at Cedar Key last Nov .

AND COUNTY AGNTS WRUF FARM PROGRAM ditura( for the home is for food relating to the utilization of them are sUU held In Jail on 1 read: "Dear dad: I have come to I her. Brewer, a former Justice of

COVER MANY FIELDS I I and the most effective way of reducing land says Dr. O. E. Baker of the charges of setting fire to woodsin West Palm Beach and have got In the peace who was removed from
...... VoJ" of Florida"Gainesvtle the cost IS through Improve- Bureau of Agricultural Economics this section In violation of state trouble and have drowned myself. office following the discovery !
Gainesville. F\\&. County and ment in the method of providing U. S. Department of Agriculture. law I Please forgive me." It was signed the charred clubbed and itab!

y home demonstration agents aid food. The Extension Service has Prospect of a stationary popu- "John." The note was turned over bed bodies of the fishermen, uu

,f Florida farmers and farm womento Fla.\ Radio talks long emphasized the value of a lation at approximately 150.000- Bunnell Faced with heavy to the sheriff office.TallahasseeC. his special constable Booth, were

grow better crops at less expense about Important Florida farm I live-at-home program both as an 000 people after the year 1960 followed !- losses on their potato crop unless found guilty by a Jury which tec-

? I to control disease and Insect problems will be given each day economical method of securing a by a decline, he declares demands labor can be obtained at once for W. Davis State ommended mercy automatical)

pests more economically to Im- next week from state radio station well-balanced diet and as a meansof consideration by all business I the harvesting Bunnell growers Shell Fish Commissioner has com- ,,fixing the punishment at life taprisonment. .

prove their livestock along: safe WRUF. They will come on the releasing funds for the purchase concerns, :also In making plans for have sent out a hurry call: for COO pleted inspection of the State fish .
progressive lines,, to enjoy a satisfying regular Florida Farm Hour. scheduled of goods that cannot be producedat the distant future. But the near- diggers. hatchery at Welaka. The breed- I -

home life. and to make more from 12 to 12:45: EST. u home. This service has been term "111 enc
I e money said Dr. Wllmon Newell. follows: a help to the farm household In that during the next quarter cen- Miami Beach-When thief with 200 large mouth black: bass .I slonal action Florida- Despite conpe
of the Agricultural Extension Mar. 25 Radio's Weekly formulating and carrying out the a is no nearer
director Sat.. tury there will be 20,000,000 more MlUa'Erdahl brood fish preparatory to another
Miss beer than
i Service. in a radio talk Farm Newspaper. Farm Editorial details of a "food supply" plan. people In the United States to be snatches your purse. Davis legal near beer. Attorney -
hatching season. reported.
At the same. time they as- I Many families have been able to 34, says the thing to do Is General Cary D. Landis In a
today. loused, clothed fed, and "enter ,These fish will be used for restock-
to him anal bold She did written
.i.t in training rural boys and Mon.. Mar. 27-Practical Spring maintain and even to raise their tained." Population growth he grab on. Florida's lakes and streams. opinion addressed to an
fanning and home- F. De- that when a man who gave his[ ing inquirer last week said: "I
I*t K. girls in better Citrus Disease Control El nutritional standards In the face points .out Is the principal factor beg to
I. he said. Value of Cover Cropsin of the outa name to police as O. C. McCabe advise that It will not be legal
activities The
"- 1''i making Busk. emergency by carrying to be considered in studying the I Tallahassee Frank Webb,
disseminate L. H. Als- 21, snatched her purse containing to sell what Is known as beer
quickly Highlands County- food production plan- with
The agents program
h outlook for consumption of farm clerk of the House of Representatives -
:r Information of Improved practices meyer. The Prevention and Con- ned to fit their needs. products, and many manufactured $8.50. I has checked the names of an alcoholic content of more than

kJ developed as a result of agricul trol of Bee Diseases In Florida Long-time planning is necessaryto products In the near future. the members of the 1933 legislature one-half of one per cent In the
and home research or on E. Foster. make in Tallahassee of state- state of Florida when the Gullet
t tural R. appreciable changes Doctor Baker's forecast of cessation Lease and reports that for the first
l p} farms and in homes of the coun Tues., Mar. 28-Cover Crops to food production practices. Aside of population growth by the owned radio station WRUF, located time in his memory as clerk of the bill modifying the Volstead act now
try. Through demonstrations ont Improve Florida Truck Soils-W. from quick-growing vegetables, the year I960 and of population de- at the University of Floridaat House there will be no two names pending in Congress is passed. "Be

'' farms and In homes which show T. Nettles. Cover Crops Used on production of foods which enter into cline: after 1970 is predicted on a Gainesville to a commercial operating I alike in the entire list of 95: rep fore It will be legal to sell what
the worth of these practices, Manatee County Truck Farms-J. a well-planned diet requires con- continuing downward trend In 'the company Is recommendedby resentatives. Heretofore there we know as ordinary beer in this
ar- H. Logan. Farm Question Box. siderable capital investment and the state commission In state we will have to have a elite
+ through group meetings press birth rate for a few years and the budget I have always been duplications
ticles and personal conferences the Wed., Mar. 29 Diseases that often several months must elapse maintenance of present immigration Its biennial report to the legisla- Webb stated constitutional" amendment adopt.
t agents assist farmers and farm Attack Florida Ornamentals and before the food products are avail- restrictions. Should the trendof ture. I d.
iln lowering costs increas Their Control-Dr. W. B. Shlppy. able for consumption. The
; women
the birth rate be reversed or -
1k 1ktS irlurns, and improving home The Prevention of Rabies-Dr. E. 1933 will undoubtedly see still should the Immigration bars beet Stuart Deposits of $27.324 I Winter Park.Rollins College is AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS

t s activities, he said. F. Thomas. more farm families mobilizing their down of course this forecast against withdrawals of less than going to furnish free living accommodations ARE REAL EMERGENCY

n Yi, Last year the 35 county agentsin Thurs., Mar. 30 Grazing Crops resources according to a plan suited would not apply. $300 was the record of the new during the spring holidays FLORIDA. A. A. BELIEVES
Florida visited 16.287 farms and for Hogs-J. Lee Smith. What to their individual needs to Increase Citizens Bank of Stuart on the I March 18 to 27, to out-of-
them for Closer Spacing of Peanuts has the home first I town students who can't afford
62,669 persons called on production of day it opened since the bank- ,
,1et'6 help. Likewise the 26 home demonstration -; Meant In Suwannee County-N. G. their food supply for the entire FLOWER GROWING IS log holiday was declared. This ,'to raise money to go home. College Declaring that an "emergency"exists

agents helped house- Thomas.Fri. year. In many sections of Florida SATISFYING EFFORT was a ratio of more than ninety j officials said the dormitories and in connection with the toll of

s wives In canning 763,602 quarts of ., Mar. 31 The Control of this will entail greater emphasison DURING DEPRESSION to one. dining hall would be kept open and deaths and Injuries caused by motor

farm products. In making articlesat Coccldlosis in Chicks-Dr. E. F. garden,* orchard livestock en- I explained it wasn't charity but ser- accidents the Florida Division

home which they sold for $213.- Thomas. Poultry Flashes from U. terprises than heretofore. It will Leading seedmen say that their St. Petersburg-Babe Ruth and vice for the students In unusual of the American Automobile Asto-

'.! 793, I" planning economical meals S. Department of Agriculture. also require following: a well organized sales of flower seeds have held up Col. Jacob Ruppert failed for the i times. elation has appealed to members

In clothing the family and with plan of producing canning remarkably well aa compared to second time this week to reachan of the State Legislature to consider

J I other problems Just as vital. I GREEN FEED REGULARLYIN and storing in order that leafy and sales of vegetable seeds duringthe agreement over the Yankee. Fort Lauderdale Old man Depression enactment of safety legislation

p The agents all over the state I POULTRY RATION other green vegetables as red to- present depression. "I read and slugger's salary for the 1933 season i properly enclosed in a early in the forthcoming session.

-u have been local advisers to relief BRINGS MORE PROFIT matoes and yellow carrots with hear so much of sadness and depression and appeared no nearer solution long Jong black coffin, was thrown .

agencies in planning community their supply of vitamins and minerals that I want a change- of their differences despite the Into the deepest part of New River At the same time the statewide

and self-sustaining gardens. In I feed and roasts stews chickensand want to see something beautifulan Bambino's offer to compromisefrom I (deepest river In the world for Its motoring organization announced
i' like manner they have helped Gainesville, Fla. soup stock will appear on the d cheerful occasionally," the $60,000 his demand of earlier : length) at a celebration attended that It will submit a legislative
item In the
Is an Important poultry
z farmers secure needed government and Is the time for table the year around. people seem to be saying. "I know In the week to $55,000.: by 5,000 here, last week. The program calling for laws requiting
I ration now
rj seed and crop production loans. Anna Mae Slkes. you can't eat flowers but there Is death march was furnished by the motor vehicle operators to demon

1 In times such as the present Florida poultrymen to plant accord-for the Extension Nutritionist just as much need of food for the Tallahassee Gross weight limits state champion Legion drum and strate their ability to drive and to

"t when adjustments must be made, spring and summer R. Mehrhof supply soul as for the body" they continue of 22,000 pounds for common bugle corps. Pallbearers, mem- deny driving rights to the proven
to Norman poultry
: when crops must be produced for specialist with the Florida Agricultural WRUF Home Period and so they plant their flower carriers and 20,000 pounds for private bers of local fraternal organizations reckless and irresponsible until

less, when there are huge surpluses Extension Service.A Radio talks for Florida homemakers seeds and set their rose bushes contract carriers and "for hire" were dressed In full evening such time aa they assure their financial
f of and when growing a and their responsibility for future ac.
some crops shrubbery. trucks clothes.
liberal amount of green feed will be given each morn- operated on public high
living at home Is so vital, the coun- Vegetable gardens, it Is true were ordered by the state cidents.
will add much needed vitamins ing at 9:45: next week from state ways
ty and home demonstration agents should be grown and perhaps railroad commission. The limit for Fort Lauderdale dol- "Obvlou ly." said the A. A. A.
t/ minerals, bulk and palatability to radio station WRUF. They will Twenty
are proving their value more than should be first affiliation "the legislature cannot
the ration. It Is especially im- 'come from workers with State given consideration private carriers formerly was 16- lar gold pieces totaling $7.600 were
+ ever before. but flower commendable continue to ignore existing conditions.
are -
brought into the Broward Bank
portant for young birds as It actsas Home Demonstration Department
% ca e Since 1920 the number of
and should be planted In increasing -
-t POTATO MARKETING IS a tonic, stimulates the appetite, i and Florida Experiment Station and Trust Company recently and motor fatalities In the State has
.w ATTENTIONl and helps the digestive tract to I according to the following schedule numbers'throughout the Tallahassee-Florida Is the best deposited by a single Individual.
RECEIVING Increased than 350 cent
State. In fact the name "Florida"means more per
function properly. Thus green feed : off of the forty-eight states In the Fifteen hundred dollars worth of
bet- Sat. March 25 Parent's For- land of flowers. Plenty of matter of state bonded Indebtedness old size gold certificates also were Approximately 400 people now lose
will allow the bird to make a -
Fla.A.. El Mercker. their
lives In accidents each
Hastings, them should be In the state.
l ter utilization of more feed which grown but it Is the worst off In pointof deposited yesterday. The certificates -I
., extension agent in marketing with um.Mon. Milliard said: "The instinctive and year and considerably more than
delinquent taxes delinquent musty smelling :
of for the young bird means growthand March 27 Clothing and evidently
United States Department 10,000 less
the are more or seriously
universal taste of mankind selects
acreage and percentage of in- bad been sewn In a mattress'
for the older bird production.The Style Suggestions Miss Lucy
is here for several Injured. The majority of these
Agriculture lowers for the of Its
proper use of green feed Is Belle Settle. expression crease Roger W. Babson nationally for when bank clerk shook them I
days working with potatp growers finest sympathies, their beauty and known statistician, told a Rotary out, a number of small feathers accidents are caused by reckless
also very helpful in keeping a flock Tues, March 28 Across-the-
In allocating shipments of early to make them disregard of sound driving prac
fleetingness serving club audience here recently. floated to the floor.
of laying birds from going Into a Counter Buying-Miss Mary E.
For the tices. the
market. Thus for
potatoes to past the most fitting symbols of those I I responsibility
moult or at least In Ceown.. Handicraft Articles
Mr. Mercker has assisted for safe of must be
several operation a car
years delicate sentiments for which lan-
Sale Miami Attorneys for James J. Gainesville Heads of all state
Miss Lois
production Godbey.
in the distribution at the wheel where It be
orderly |
growers seems almost too anedium. I I
guage gross ;Walker former Mayor of New Institutions were
re-appointed by
-- of the area The Florida poultryman can easily Wed.. March 29 Weekly Low- longs.
early potato "
plan to have a liberal supply of Cost Market Miss Anna Mae York have filed In circuit court the board of control at a meeting
of United States have received I "In states and the
the then
2' It Is fitting that people here
succulent greens every month In Slkes. a general denial of charges here. They were instructed to sub-j I
their District of
better prices for potatoes. Columbia all operatorsare
make effort to
every grow made my his wife, Janet Allen mit personnel nominations at the!I
the year and in most sections of Thurs.. March 30 Home Sanitation -
' the Inter State to examination -
F He represents tables to supply their.own needs required pass an
Walker in her suit for divcrce. next board meeting to be held next
the state this feed can be produced -Miss Virginia P. Moore.
V Potato Committee In to securing
Early cooperation as a prerequisite
and who do
everybody can possibly
Mrs. Walker last week sought dissolution month. The board also decided to
quite economically. Plan a 12months' Improving Orange County Homes
with the United States Department so plant flowers and ornamentals, a license to drive. Many motorists -
of the marriage a increase from to
on $100 $200 the
the different Mrs. Nellie W. .
schedule fitting Taylor.Fri.
of Agriculture, University coming to Florida from these
to the end that Florida will be
charge of wilful and continued de for
of Florida Agricultural Extension crops In to the best advantage .. Mar. SI The Food Valueof made more beautiful and more at non-resident students states are amazed to learn that
Is Mr. Mehrhofs Strawberries Dr. O. D. Abbot. sertion. at the University of Florida and
suggestion. -
I ,i Service, and the extension tractive. Flower growing will be mere possession of automobile is
''Y services in Georgia, the Carolina Cabbage kale, turnips cowpeas Hints from U. S. Bureau of Home satisfying to the gardener, and the Florida State College for Women all that Is necessary. Under ex-
Miami A monument to the at Tallahassee.
1 and Virginia.Mr. corn and millet are likely the most Economics widespread beauty resulting from isting state laws bad eyesight, ser-
Mercker expects to be In Important crops that should be lowers the memory of Mayor Anton J. Cer- ious physical infirmities or other
growing throughout
mak. Is to be erected In Bayfront Miami When he finishes harvesting
planted soon.
., Florida through part of the potato State will result In tourists being handicaps to safe driving are no
Park here where the chief
Chicago his tomato Robert
i marketing season. attracted to the State In larger bar to the use of the highways.
A little lead arsenate dusted In POOR MANAGEMENT executive was wounded fatally Buchanan of DanIa has promised

constitute Czechoelo1 the buds of corn will help to keep and larger numbers. number February 15 by one of five bullets I to present himself at the Broward SELECT MISSIONARY
r vakla'a cheief Industrial product down damage from the corn bud- Gainesville Fla. The diseases Fortunately are a Giuseppe Zangara fired In the at- county Jail In Fort Lauderdale to
of flowers that be In
} '; and largest Item of export. worm. which cause most losses to chicks can grown tempted assassination of President serve a 20-day sentence for selling STRAWBERRY' PLANTS
; Florida. Ia addition to the flowers

h ,during the critical first two weeks : Roosevelt. whiskey. He pleaded guilty to the Grown on the Famous Eastern:
'are pullorum disease brooder pneumonia there are many shrubs and charge here and Federal Judge Shore of Maryland.s
F And the Worst is Yet Come other ornamental plants which add Miami The Halstead 1. Ritter
to -- and the trouble brought naval dirigible suspended sen- Delaware
t to the
either In
7 about, by overheating or chilling the beauty home landscape Akron left the Opa Locka base tence until May 15 so Buchanan In our Nurseries. Comprising(
and these are the result of Improper surrounding or the last week with the expectation of could harvest his crop. more than one thousand acres of

management according to Dr. rarden. The Agricultural Extension returning here Thursday or Fri land In Delaware and Maryland

-. E. F. Thomas assistant veterin- Service at Gainesville has day. Officers said the dirigible will Miami-Mrs. Joe H. Gill wounded we have some excellent strawberry -
'+ etr ---- arian and poultry disease specialistwith some Interesting bulletins. on flowers hover over the canal area to per- by Giueseppe Zangara In the soil which produces plants

the Florida Experiment Sta- shrubs and vines, and the mit them to Inspect the contour of attempted assaslnation of President free from root-knot a menaceto
aeries of radio talk.
tion.: on ornamen- the land for the proposed locating Roosevelt will be able to leave strawberry production In
Pullorum disease or bacillary tals each week,. over WRUF, of a dirigible field and mooring the hospital In another week or many sections of the country.

white diarrhea. Is transmitted WJAX WQAM and WDAE. These mast. ten days Dr. T. W. Hutson announced When placing your orders withus

: 1.---. -I / through the egg and all chicks talks contain information of Interest Infection which developed you are assured of getting

a:; : --- '1G ; should come from hens that are not to and value ornamentals.There to people endeavorIng Flagler Beach Federal relief In Mrs. Gill's wound has sub- plants free from all traces of

carriers of this disease. It, however grow work in Flagler county took on a sided, and she apparently Is wellon disease and true-to-name; plants

spreads rapidly in the Incu- new angle last week when work the road to recovery, Dr. Hut- properly graded and put up for

bator and brooder house. The can be PO success in na- began In the potato cannery located son saidTallahassee shipment to reach you in excel-

chicks appear listless and huddle ture without adaption and we shall In Bunnell where approxi- lent condition. The price is 92.00

/ together with drooped wings. They learn sometime that the funda- mately 15,000 cases of No. 3 Irish Senator W. C. per 1000.

1 dl have a brownish-yellow liver, the mental philosophy of life, and par- potatoes will be canned by un Hodges of Tallahassee said that of Place your order with

lungs nay show small,' hard nodules ticularly of farm people. Is that employed labor and distributed the 38 senators who will be here to L. G. COUCH

and dull gray spots may be we adopt ourselves to he situation among the unemployed throughout attend the 1933 legislative. session Representing Buntings.. Nurseries

/ Q : seen In the heart muscles. There that develops. To be adapted to the the state. I which convenes April 44, only Inc, Sill tIb'V1JJe. Delaware

Is is no treatment for pullorum planet is of benefit to any man or ,about six will have had no exper- and Shonrell, Maryland
'I disease. Affected chicks shouldbe woman who lives on It. We must Lakeland Celery growers of

4 separated at once and the housecleaned come back to the earth and be con- Lakeland Sanford Sarasota and

i : I Ir and disinfected thoroughly. conscious of it.-L. H. Bailey. Manatee and surrounding trritory Wake Your Liver Bile
i;. Brooder pneumonia ls a respiratory have voted to continue their twen Up

1 1a f disease, and Is caused by a WilY GET UP NIGHTS T ty per cent curtailment program

mold which grows on moldy litter Phydo the Bladder With placed Into effect last week. The

and trash. The mold spores are Juniper OU belief was expressed at the meeting -Without Calomel

Inhaled by the chicks, and cause Drive out the Impurities and ex- here that with a better pack promised

difficult breathing, drooplneas, cefca acids that cause irritation prices would improve at an ...
i- D tWII!..II sale....-IF.- r...
Out of Bed
weakness and And ToaH!
a greenish-gray ex- burning and frequent deside. Juni- early date. lamp es.a111.aa II1.M Bears. Ia aM .....rOo
udate In the air passages of the per oil is pleasant to take In the -
ia the : Go
MorrangRarin'to bow
UaMe .. --... Tee
lungs. Keeping the brooder house form the BUKETS the bladder Plant City Will found
Rogers .
u.wr.. .......... fa.1Ybfedib.a
; ) litter as well as the feed dry Is an physic also containing buchu Florida strawberries something U you feel war tad sunk and the .. ..... ... .. ........ 1'- b'..
I / Important factor In preventing this leaves etc. Work on the bladder you could eat and live on. accordIng worid looks punk dontswaDow a lot srs ..od ye fell...........Two v1...b

trouble. similar to castor oil an the bowels. to a wire received here from ef -.ltIr. mineral water oil.. laxatfre .,-..........
Chicks under two weeks of age Get a 25c box from any drug store. him by R. W. Burch, Inc., February eandy: c* chewing gam and expect n..c.utnB'IIUT1'f.IIU'fDnu.a..

are very sensitive to changes in After four days If not relieved of 17 the local company Included a them. to make yon suddenly sweet M.......M.-WIa.

temperature and are easily killed "getting up nights" go back and crate of cellophane-wrapper berries and buoyant and full of sunnhlne,......,................

by overheating or chilling. Every- get your money. If you are both "For Will Rogers, Person Pot they cant da tt. They only Tb. ss.da ...ewes. --- .-*

thing should be ready before they ered with back ache or leg pains ally." in the first carlot of strawberries move the bowels and a mere movement ..s.........................--.
are hatched. During the first week caused from bladder disorders you ever shipped from Plant &-', cst at the cause. The -.Mal......Is hoIJI.

!N they should have an even temperature are bound to feel better after this City to the Pacific Coast. reason for:your down-and-out feeling Brttat I*hrBwBini.. A*(.<** *

of about 95 degrees which cleansing and you get your regu I 1 le your Bvw. It should pour out two TlttUTrnrTlTh: .lOTSjtwunto ..._ "

ii ; should be gradually decreased A lar sleep. Mitchell's Drug Store West Palm Beach A wounded pounds W liquid bile Into your bowels uwr ri se MMAmi M ......J.....
J ..... .
:) wire fence about a foot from the says BUKETS: is a best seller. .pigeon was picked up in the yard Mr/. l uOnlraafM.trMsaA ..w .y.e.h'oOI


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!Je ::: : on Monday and Td have to fix' i
: I I
: I ; -I : :t
; him. He'd stay put until next BERRIES HAVE TROUBLE and Ward Air l City(8), Florida of Block, Sight: ( ;) I In ,, : :
ft. Sunday. I never can fix a man like Rhymed Want-Ad Ends Search Whluh application will be based on I I'I" '(
" that There Is no hope for him the court.petition now on file In the said : t I \

''Ie'iel anywhere else except in God. Jesus According to the Plant City lIsted March 16th, 19J.I : I':' '

fixed Peter He turned this vac For First Woman Ad-Writer Courier strawberries shipped from l-lf-Bt-4-14 LONNIB M01V1AN.. '

nnla ay feet, and a light into my p lh.-PMB! llftlOS.t hInting man into a rock. I that place to California last month Guardian 'r"i'1' I.,

made a decided hit with Will NOTI,1'j' OP APPI.lea'rIorep.on 244
: 1
tea Rogers, the humorist, but they TAX U-IfI. ,
fe a vii iwtaa bing, doctrine OPiiy
f- weed.U they are to have any claim 1Lqi ? didn't go so well out along the Btella Notice John In hereby, holder a-tvon.of tax that certifi Mr.. ; i I the love,loyalty and devotion of the people, must be In harmony with shores of the Pacific, and dealers cate Nn tin. the etti day of Auiruat. I ,
eeII J poe teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit Into every fold and crevice I I0f oJI In Los Angeles found rather rough A.In I). 1925.offloe ha* filed saul certificate 'f II''
< heart, and of whom it was said in John 7:46 "NEVER MAN my and made application ,
human ,
the THIS MAN." going In the disposal of the fruit. for tax deed to limue thereon In ac J
ft., f SPAKE LIKE The firm that received the berries embrace cordance with .law.. 8ald certificate .

J( Pastor* of Bradford and Union eounttm are Invited to use this doff wrote that it had run up property Situated the following In Uradford described Coun. '. I ,;4.

III.t V.nt for new of church activities, organizations and announcejr against many obstalces: In dispos- ty Florida" to-wlt I : L'I.
*" freely given and no charge made...the only requirement A LETTER TO PARENTS itlocks I T and I In Hampton betnr ', i "
pntI. Space ing of the fruit because of the In Beo. 0. Twp. T S. K. U Kaal. .1ii L
.uch items reach this office before Wednesday morning; The ( t
II.1e1 j that jealousy in the state against FlorIda aimeeiinieiit of meld property 11
cannot be bandied for current IMUA. under the ald certificate .
nt\tH\ > they Editor Issued
.a. Telegraph: and that the "weights and wa In th. nam of Unknown. ,

4C ree- LAWTEY' CHURCH lJlKlIAJ&v"Y Permit me in this letter to call measures department was on top demed trnle.*according-said certificate law.shall tax ba deed r''- ,' I .

CI eII of us and wherever they found a will I..u.. tll.r."n nn the mh
I I the attention of your readers to day
SUNDAY SCTIOOIi basket that did not weigh fully ot April A. D. 153.'I
Q. LESSON I II Pint Baptist Church the 12th chapter c.f Ecclesiastes. Dati-d this IIIlh day of March A. ,. ,' '
twelve _
= ounces they Immediately D.I913, 1, j
I Hev. L. P. Chapln pastor. It Is a wonderful chapter. For a ; > '
arrested the retailer and either THOMAS U
I_ Preaching services first and number of years I read this chapter (Seal\) C-lerk of Circuit (Court
: $ fined him him In
or put jail.
third Sundays, 11 a. m. and 1::30 p. studied this chapter meditated : ; 5.l&t.4.lI.n" dfoM County Florida 1*

ior FOR MARCH 26, IMS m. upon It, Investigated It, before I ,U !
school felt able to preach it. IWOTITR OK KMCtTlOV t:
r. Sunday 10 a. m., H. B. Ar- upon INSURE wrni Ily the power vested' In them by

I Subject: Review of Quarter's lea- wood, supt. In order to appreciate the 12th Gulf Life Insurance the law. of the State of Florida, the ': .
Hoard of Pnbllo
: of Itrad.
Prayer 7:30
p. m. Wed- chapter properlyone should read
>/I [soul ford County: call an election to b.. ,
' During the quarter we havo nesday./ the last last verses of the 11th CompanyN. held it the following- place on I i

0II studied. some of the Important 3. Y. P. U. 6:30: p. nt Sunday. chapter which brings the readerup (Left) Miss Mlnny Hanff 'In 1602: wh.nah D. WAINWRIOHT, JR. April electingthree II, lass,trtietoe for the..each purpose and de of .

IIb events of Christ's ministry up to to the first verse of the 12th w.t America' pioneer woman copywriter .0 Local Representative termlnlnr the mill..-. to be ....enno.| PUtI \.

'II 'oBi year before his death. The I Grace M. E. Church chapter. ; (center) 7unny Jim her most ,I :In V""each". district for the fliuing twiI ,

baptism of Jesus occurred In Jan: Rev. W. B. Christy, pastor. The 12th begins with the word famous creation; (right) Mia Han, now For the purpose. of holding "..l'l I i .'
1eII 2T month Mr*. M. M. H.' Ayer, a* the I Is today. SCHEDULE CHANGED ,"I"nIOlIhe manager are a. fol- 1
uwy of A. D. -possibly a Preaching 2nd and 4th Sundaysat I "Remember" And the careful reader I'loweiDlntrlrt

" earlier. The feeding of the five 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. almost wonders why Ch. 12 docs SUFFALO (Special) pen UK/ if line fa Sfiitny ftanff I No.2. Hampton: r.. J. .
'. thousand was In April A. D. 29 Prayer service Wednesday 7:30: : not begin with "Therefore" since years ago n girl In her teens w <1 ,. tr/iom I've searched front The following changes la schedules llnrrlMnn Wynn 1\,(. .U Wattenton and O. I.. ,

< the crufixlon being one year earl- p. m. all that preceeds and Is thoughtout Into a breakfast' food Maim to Banff; are announced by the S. A. L. l>!lrlct No. 19, Vanderbllf.: kevy

ta te Sunday school 10 a. m., Mrs. and expressed in the wonderful turer's' office with an idea. The all spy/ letters have, MII> Fly. Co., effective Deo. 15: Norman Whltfhead., Kirby Crew and Sam ,' U i ii

ier.The purpose of these reviews is Mary Moore, eupt book of Ecclestaates all comes evolved into the !greatest; carried. Southbound Dl.trk-t No. tJ, New 'River: Ethan ,

.. to give the most Information and League 6:30: p. m. Sunday. to a climax in the twelfth chapter big girl, character into advertising'of the clay first !been.. Miss tII t'rletf'Hanff, /you've since No.1. due Starke 11:17: p. m. drew Snp|>. .C. C. Wynn; unl a. W An- ;

neatest benefits obtainable from -' when the "wise men," say "Re fill woman writer. from tna. Dumps' ou'd re.tcu local. UUtrlot' No. IB Itollbronn: : n. D. :
('lr..n, : 'j
The books give several Fraternal No. 11, due Starke, 9:99: a. m. W. C. demon and Lonl
the lesson. member now thy creator in the She was Minny Mauda 11th),. Slnrllnir.niHtrlrt. (
methods for this quarter's Lawtey- Lodge No. 189 F. &: A. days of thy youth before the evil her creation was "Sunny (' e drop (a line to Sunny Jim." local. : No. 1l. CIrnhami U C. U C

review. If carefully read and M., meets at city hall building 1st days come, etc." born Jim Dumps, whoaa readers suspecting a thwart. No. 107, due Starke 10:27: a. m. Johueon.Smith, John McKliuiey and H. It. ; 1

thought over the following outline and 3rd from pessimism to In the lines the name limited.No. A. ;T. OTUFFI8. Seny
at 7:30
Tuesdays : m. Every sane who thinks at j
i will benefit you. It gives for each T. T. Blackburn p.W. M all seriously knows, that the best means of breakfast food was a week later carried a 191, due Starke 10:55 p. m. _W._C._MANNING_ _, Ohm._ a.l1.ft-t-T_ _
in humorous Jingles famous In the same vein from Miss limited. .
of .
the meaning or .IoJItK ANIIN ,
tauon! of purpose the O. J. Phillips, Secy. and richest things of life are not country over. ", now Mrs. M. M. H. Ayers !.!<'.<'1.11. ICI.IOUTIO'V ISpC'Eult5
Christianity; names prominent i the material things. Last month the same the mother of throe grown chil NorthboundNo The llonril' nf County Comml- I
r characters; words concerningChrist TIIERESSA BAPTIST CHURCH Don't misunderstand me material ers decided to revive Sunny '. This 'Week a meeting was 2 due Starke 5:08: a. m.local. sinners of Itradfonl, County, at araIled ,

; and the great sentences I riches are not always obstaclesto and his jingles and sent a between official of the No. 12, due Starke 3:17: p. m. Thursday. meeting March held vth, In 1913 Blarke appointed on- ,

C thus: Services will be held Saturday our possessing and enjoying the call for his creator. But she and Mrs. Ayers which re local. th* follnwln- clerk. and, unap.o- ,
Lesson Christianity aa God's before the third Sunday of each dropped from sight In her agreement'; to return No. 108, due Starke 5:46: p. m. lore to serve at the flpeclal Election 1' .
to be
spiritual riches of which the Bible held at the .*vral
plan for the world; John the Baptist -.month. I After a futile search;' tha the profession In which she local. within Bradford County on precinct Tueeday, '
tells but in many instances they columns of New York and revive her famous March :
Jesus was the Messiah fore- Starke and Wannee Branch-No. lath. 18.131 I :4
; D. L.
Phillips, Pastor. were used for this jingle: Jim and his Jingles Precinct No. I Lawteyi Clerk Ja. i I U
,- told in prophecy; Jesus was the be- are.There ,- -. 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. m., No. Roller: Iniipecotr, H. K. Klanohard p '
, loved Son of God; make ye ready smallest resources to great ends: Is not a more wonderfuland ._- 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. J. H. Aimlln. Haiti Jon*. '. m
- boy.-Adapted from "The Is it Practical to Live with- Precinct No. g, North i
in the Old
the of the Lord; the baptismof Jesus, is the Bread of Life meaningful chapter T. J. Griffin Agent.
way ; come Index." : -- Clerkt 1... A. V."III; Innpaotor, N. D. I '
repentance unto my beloved ye yourselves apart into a desert Testament than this 12th chapterof ; ;; y Closing of Malla I Walnwrluht. F. M. Norman J. H. i ,
t Son. place and rest a while He had Eccl. And the first word of the Faithfully yours ser South I\ltch. ", I
1 ; W. E. : p. m. Evening worship Precinct No. S, South Stark*! '
. Lesson Christianity as seeking compassion on them because they first verse Is a word that involves and song. Train No. 11, parcel post, 9:00: I Clerk 1.. 1) Vlnlnir: Inspector, T. N. 0 4

,, souls for God: Herod Antipas. were as sheep not having a shepherd the memory. It Is the same word meeting Wednesday at a. m. I bill.Kendrlck K. W ilaye.. J, 1.. Under ,

Horodlaa Peter, Andrew, John ; give ye them to eat. that Abraham used when addressIng PRESBYTERIANServices : p. m. Train No. 107, letters, special delivery -I I Precinct No. 4. Graham! Clerk

> James, Zebedee; Jesus was tempt- Lesson XII-Christianity teach the "Rich Man" in hell-he next Sunday, April 2. and special handling 10:00: din Cheeley' W. 'r Fotml, MolCver'.Inspector, S. T. ,Thnma H. 8. Wa*. *. I

, ed as other men, but overcame the ing temperance and self-control: said, "Son Remember." Sunday. March. 26 services will begin one- a. m. Precinct No. 5 Hampton Clerk !

I Jcvll; Jesus bade men repent and Jesus bids men control their evil So Solomon says "Remember," follows: hour earlier changing the North I r U.Y*. K.. llrpr Hnxon, |'t Innpertar. VV., l.e, r.ark.r.!: 1 4tI ,

believe; Jesus bade his followerswin desire and subdue all Intemperance and tells us who to remember and 10 a. m. Sunday school. Endeavor from 6:30: to Train No. 12, parcel post' and I Precinct Nt. a Clerk A .

other followers; the kingdom ; at last it biteth like a ser when. .Read it carefully, please. 11 a. m. Morning worship : and evening worship from letters, 3:60: p. m. Jacoo K Hullvan I!I. ( ; Inapnctnra*I'n:: : : tl. U Hall.Hlnaon' ::4

of God is at hand; repent ye, and pent, and stlngeth like an adder: And believe It or not there is mon by the" pastor "Where : to 8:00: I Train No. 108 Letters special I Precinct No.1 N.w River; Clerk, ,

believe in the gospel; come ye afterne the crown of pride of the drunk- coming a day in every man's life Heart 6:30 Is. cordial invitation to all our 'delivery and special handling 5:10: *n 3.' K A. Crew"app; .hiHpectorn iCijatis:, I Kelley.('. C. Ilutler. I' 'Ct

t and I will make you to become ards of Ephraim shall be trodden when memory will be the sweetest p. m. Christian extended to all. p. m. Precinct No. I llrookeri Clerk A, ,r

fishers.of men., under foot; they drank wine and or bitterest word that the heart r Night malls close at 6:00: p. m.- It.H H..rr..noYlln"p."tor.P.. (laIi.y, M. P. Mntheny.. It. T. Oateen .

r Lesson Christianity as help. praised the gods of gold, and of can know. I Train No. 1 South, 11:17: p. m.: O.: W, HINUON,

I ing,men out of their troubles;f the silver, of brass, of iron! of wood There is coming a day, when the It USE OF BRAKES POWER train No. 2, North D::08 a. m. Chairman, *. Uradford Board nf County County.. Com.mUeloner Flor.ATTKBTt .. .; U ,, .
Simon's and of stone.BOB Starke and Bell Branch Train Ii
Capernaum demoniac; richest sweetest legacy or the bit- 1 11. I '0
mother-In-law; Jesus drives evil GIVES NEJV TO STOPPINGStopping No. 101. mall closes 7:00: a. m., No. U
terest and most pressing agony L A. J. THOMAS 1
spirits out of men; Jesus heals -- that your life can know will be j 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. Clerk 8-10.J-S.t4.

lick bodies as well aa sick souls; Blue Bus f.IcobooulNDalJy. -- .

le taught hold them thy peace as having, and authority come- JQNLSOMMETS i your Therefore memory.' parental reader, let a car by brakes Is of war, In which the brakes Northbound, effective::03 Jan.a. 1 m., ,1932.1:ria p. Often HTATPJ, '"'OPFLOKII3A.,'r.t.ry IsoTerto of Mtate..- .,. I; 4, $
; .iIi
entreat to store the memories virtually pull against the when the car is put In motion. I KNOW
me you 4:59 8:19 YM. That I, R. A. Gray
m., : p. m., : p. m.
out of him: Since strong men can pull Secretary of State of the o&l I\
of children store their men so good brakes atop State 5
and salvation your : Southbound-9:34: a. m., 12:34: p Florida" do hereby clve '
Christianity notice that
Lesson a car quicker than a ,
sin four friends of a young lives with things pure honest poor m., 4:34: p. m., 12:80: a m. Hi'11C'IAL., Kt-wrrriON: f I
from ; : that will be held In the County of Hrad. .
and clean with things
(i"t ON Tickets and information at
paralytic; the Capernaum paralytic ford Htate. of Florida, on the fourth
; the critical Pharisees; Jesus ; HERE AND will manhood develop and a womanhood clean, sober robust things Smith's courthouse.Service Station next to Tliedy Tuemjay.. hang In March tha 1553 the said :

\\s the only Saviour from sin; a HEREAFTER.BOB that will leave a rich wholesome Em ICN'l'V.bW..Tn; MONTH PAIr OF 8AID U' ,

man sick of palsy borne of four; when they are NOTIfKlVotlrn for a member ot tha 110..... of j I\\ ,
to Rep
..n.. ,),., alvta_ _MWA._ f/l1.eriv0nT, the son t legacy posterity of Atfltrmtton far !..... t.. reventatlve* of the Stats of Florida
.V'J u ---roof -'--' --earth- JONES COMMENTS ON dying or dead and gone. I I "..,, Jlln...'. I..d. I. .'.....,. Ja.*.'. from Uradford County to fill the I )
men hath authority on HERE AND HEREAFTER And every parent should so live (:..urt. llrMdfurd C*.iitjr, Flor'... vacancy occasioned by the death of
to forgive sins. Notice l I. hereby riven to nil whomIt Honorable n. M. Inman. ,
and Sab- before their children so that when may concern that I, J.onnle Mor. IN TKHTIMONY WHKRBOF, I '
Lesson Christianity old comes and the shadows ran. all luurdlan. of Carl C'rewa, have hereunto let my hand and af. I' '
bath-observance; the man with a In the first chapter of James we age Fonnle Crewe, Orval. Mae Oleminonnand fixed' the ("?'' dual th. State ot '
withered hand Matthew obscure read that any man who desldes lengthen that they can sit down Kvalln Ma. Clemmun, minor, Florida at Tallahaneo the capital i
; ; and look back over years rich and will on the of April, A, H.tana this the eighth l day of March A. 0.
wisdom it he Ih.r'
members of the twelve; Jesus is may have provided apply to & .. B. K. 1033.
Lord of the Sabbath which shouldbe will ask God for it. However the ripe and full of loving service to try"I ferryman. County. Judge In and for 't
that "Creator" whom they have Hradtord County Florida I at his nf. (SEA L) ?e r.1 rR"YHta...... ,
must ask In faith He musn'twaver. ; '1
spent as he desired the Sabbath man flee. In Stark, at Two o'clock I ,
; .1.
from "the days of p. m. 1To :L'01:'d'o'.i!; : KP .on. Sheriff :
remembered ;
was made for men and not The one who wavers, so or a. soon therafter. a* tha matternan County.: 1lO.ItllVr ..7Norcso
be heard, for authority to cell
man for the Sabbath; the Son of James says, Is like a wave of the their youth. ret publto or private Bale, the; entire ,
man Is Lord even of the Sabbath. sea driven by the wind and tossed. A life thus lived can be reviewed Intereiit and eetate of said minor. In n the, Circuit ,
shame Hnrl to the following dencrlbed landffIn and foeLiriodford
or ,
without regret remorse ir'i f fan! .
Lesson Christianity promoted Bradford County Klorlda, to-wlt: .I e..r County, < !? chanUdw'ard -
and review will be a delight. The Mouth. half of the :
by select leaders; Jesus chooses A wave the the wind Northeastquarter H. Jarvln
goes Complainant.Myrtle .
But what must be the remorse of Section Twelve) ((11), I '
tli special friends and assistants; goes. There are people like this. Townehlp Seven <7) South, Rant VII Ui' 'IiE
Jeiua tends men forth to win the wave of sentiment or social and shame of that profuse and Nineteen (Is) East Aluo f.ot One the Jarvis, Defendant.ii ,
Every drunken father or that false crea- (I I", Two CU, Three. (CI), Four. (4) ida to name nf the Htate! of rior ,
world He calleth unto him whom the
; change moves them. The! remark- I vl,. defendant Myrti. Jar-
he himself tion of human folly that bridge- ( I'
would. the first
able statement chapterof I The complainant' having filed iIs I II
LeMon VTJI-Christianity promoted James: Is, "Let not. that man playing, drinking cigarettesmoking SAVE JOHN RUSKIN I worn bill' of complaint wherein It '
mother who has copied men'Bvices le audited that your place of renldence ; I '
by earnest listening; Jesus think 'that he shall receive any 'In llelmont Htate of ,
of their virtues? Mltileelp .
commands men to drive evil out thing of the Lord." In other wordsIf instead pl; that you are over the Ice of I U., '

of the hearts and give earnest attention God should give a wavering man Shame! Those moral female wrecks F --m ; -. ..twenty-one...-. ,.*.._..........,.., .n.ye_ . to spiritual affairs; the wisdom somebody could talk him I and religious bankrupts are more !:::1 Ask your dealer I lI..rvl.>e of Huhpoena \ upon or Florida whom 4
and censured than the L- would bind
[sower God I to be pitied you)
soweth the word; Satan out of It. History proves that I It I. ordered. and
for you
taketh because to them God has new Premium i are hereby
away the ''word; the cares never used a man who wavers. men I required: the bill of
of the world and the deceitfulness committed more directly the per 'Catalog. More I ooiiipuint : caune. on or 4
human '?fi"-"itha .
of the .r
of riches choke the word. They John the Baptist stuck to his ;. petuation and training I I 1911. !.. a decree pro oonfeeno win _
bear fruit head. race.I Ilnvnnn to- he entered aitalniit. you
thirty-fold and sixty- conviction until he lost his U
I It In rurth. .. '
r or.l"d that 'I
foil and a hundredfold. Paul travelled a bloody road. "This cannot better conclude this buo..o 1. now b f th.'" order ''. P'lbllnhed' a,In copy tb. i UI
Lesson VII-chrlstianity growing one thing I do" he said. For fifty letter than by appending the following "Urndford County. Telegraph" one I.-3, flU _

but surely; Jesus takes small years John Wesley stuck to his article on a "Lost Boy." I. used in JOHN each week week bi-fore. for the return four.. ronnecutlve date herein. 1,11';; _

things and makes them great; Jesus theory of heartfelt religion of the Read it. lie maybe Is your boy. C RUSKINmaklngt'0 named.Wltneux.,
LtMt A my hand and coal. at '
expects his kingdom to expand of the Spirit. Whltefield
witness it the III.rk., Urad''<"'J County, Florida.
from little beginnings; take heed crossed the Atlantic ocean thirteen "Not kidnaped by bandits and : "cruteHt_ this hue 17th day of Jr.ltruary' A. *>. ,

what ye hear: with what measures times. He died in harness. Just a hidden in a cave to weep and starve I cigar value at 5c ins. J, ThOMAS' ,p, i', '
Yt mete it shall be measured unto short while before he went home and raise a nation to frenzied Seal') ct'r; of the Circuit I V
you:':; first the blade, then the ear, I he preached to the crowds that searching. Were that the case one If brakes are out of ,I I 80, except: at the risk of a 1 Smoke the size 3-,-6t->-Jt Court. _

-.:... me iuu. grain In the ear; the clamored for his message. The hundred thousand men would rise I like men in poor health, falL This is so elementary you prefer HI I Kit: I KIT'' B.'L":' _
Kingdom of God Is like a grain of world needs leadership today that to the rescue if need be. Unfortunately brakes are worn out, like men j that It ID under fly vltrue of an execution lueucdout r :
of this lad because of severe disabilities : children. Perfecto Extra or of the Circuit Court: In and for ., ,,.
mustard seed. will not waver. We need the states- the losing I II. I even by young A Hradford County. Florida, dated the J r 'V
Lesson DC-Christianity oppos- men Instead of politicians. We a without dramatic excitement, I j no longer bear up under on a slippery surface U Panetela. tth day of November 112 In favor ,' r
of II.
lug the powers of evil; the Gada-. need prophet In the pulpits Insteadof though very sad and very real. I physical burdens longer be stopped as quickly, nor a corporation If. Uoodrlch, and acalnet Rubber W.Company II. Edward : ;' 'I _
tene demoniacs: Jesus can calm all times-servers. We need men to "The fact Is, hU father lost him. are required to stop a car aa on a dry, hard road -M upon a certain Judgment. of '
tJJe to sit with him at! when either the brakes are In at the risk of dan- aid court recorded In the minute __
storms A Being too busy except a _
of life; Jesus can sub- whom the cause Is everything. I ,. of nalfl' court. In hook 7, pave 11*. I, L __
fue the moat violent passion; He cause which Is not worth dying' the fireside and answer his trivial j fect condition or the men ... slide or skid or a collision NOW a. 8h.,UI of Hrndforil County have I _____
IIIld i unto the to dominatebig questions during years a ,
sea, peace be still; for, Is not big enough I strong.On property elluate, lylnir and being In ,
Wby are ye fearful have ye not men. fathers are the only great heroes I Slippery Roods or a pedestrian. Why this Is MORE HAVANA Hratlford County. Vlorlila and 1 '
ret faith; GO to thy house unto of the boys he let go his hold. I When roads are slippery, as elementary to all j known and denrlbed. a* follow:
Commenclnir 111 ft. Weet of the _ _
"W: friends and tell them how I have a friend who la mayor ofa "Yes, his mother lout him. Being I j from rain, fallen leaves, snow is beyond understanding.When NK corner ol 1 lot 4 ot block t at '

'Peat. things the Lord hath done city. He is an astute politician. much engrossed In her teas dinners ice, cars cannot be ''stopped Brake Fall WacYuA&eee town oordlnn of Is l",iwtey the original, I thenre f plat H. 100 ni the ft., '

rr thee. I do not agree with him in hU and club programs the let I quickly' as when the road first illustration above al. jlijGAINESVILLE thence W, Al ft. thence N. 100 ft.,
Lesson : can't maid hear the his Is hard and This thence a.:. along the M. aide of Lake Uc'
Christianity giving Ideas of government. But you the boy say pray. dry rough. showing only 10 men por MILK Avenue to the point of beginning ': _ _
Ife and health; Jairus; the woman : beat him. The reason Is that he ers. and thus her grip. slipped, and. due to the action of tires the fact that 22 men. weigh cams being W, of Hallway In Sea

"I"o touched Christ's robe; Jesus has conviction and stands for his the boy was lost to his- home.- I I pulled against the road surface : pounds each, could stop II portion, townehlp of lot 5.4,R block range 4 of II the E. and town a I, k _

Ijt alway ready to answer call for crowd. He Is dependable. A waver "Yea the Bible school lost him. brake application. Neither / in the same distance as of I.twtey, according to pint thereof
sip' ; Jesus responds to the least ing man no one trust God won't Sometimes there was no teacherfor men pull as. effectively when brakes in fair condition. County In the Florida.public. record of llradfor '- JO

OUch of faith; Jesus is the Lord trust him. The devil can't depend his. class. When the teacher must brace themselves on I' the car In a much leas And will *.11!! the name to the 1i'I.' '
I)r ills; I but touch bill garments I upon him. Man doesn't believe in did come, be was often late. There footing. Thl fact is) so equal to the application 'liebent' bidder for cah ....rtn. th. I ,
legal' hour .. .
hall of the
on Ird day
III be made whole> : daughter thy him.I were no activities during the week that one walks with extreme brakes, 32 men would of April. isis at the both door of J' -

11th hath made thee whole; fear used to have a young ministerial for his class. on an Icy surface. but with I The lower Illuatra the court. home In the town of _ _
IId ot, only (believe) student in the Bog Jones OTes the church lost him. HU and brisk tread on a and Htarke Bradford County Florida,
IIII ; the child la not dry the fact that many CIGARS SATISFY term "..b. eat. being. made aub- j'
e"II, but sleepe ; Damsel I say College that I bad to fix every Bible-school teacher and his par- surface. fall to keep the brakes on lct to taxes, and foreclosure. suit "' ,
ito thee ariae. few days. Every time he would go nts never went to church. Why A person walking cannot In efficient working order. now property.pendlnon a part of the .al
IIp -5aOn XJ-Christianity: giving away to preach on Sunday he ran should he go? And so the church as quickly, nor as surely, on brake fall to perform as 1 W. J. EPPERSON. U:

II i rU lenty ana happix:*.; the lad with Into somebody who would upset and many sad-hearted parents are 'slippery surface as on a dry should accidents are bound CANDY CO. J.Sheriff IA rRAZIcn.32itIs of Rradford. County. Florida. ,

o wnch; Jesua I la able to use our i him In his loyalty. He'd come backf.:4 DOW looking; earnestly for the lost'I't ,surface. A person does) not Gainesville, }''l*., Distributor Attorney fur PlaintiffI. I
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A011 Y2GUT BRADFORD COUNTY TgUEOBAPII.. STARKg.1 L"LOBJDA__ _ .__..-'- .,_. _. __ .--.----'-.------.---- ---FRIDAY, IARCU-- 21- =, 1931c.
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' ;: l' Bradford County Telegraph !I II I Maybe You've [From Other Pens Ir IrOVer pants If ,the why women,should-want the men to wear complain ,.boo t r. ,ate" tey Mr.boy and, March Mrs. J.18.E. Warren, i*..

Established 1877 Mr. and Mrs. L.
it la a compliment -] H viri,
,; In a sense 'l
2S S2SSS55l! 35S5S3EC3SS 5Bl S o Classify Starke, girl March 21, rj-
Heard It But i to man's satorial taste, and it f ?
t ;; Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class I at Starke they have splendid discovered Is nothing out of his pocket or I.! 1 RUSSELL KAY it :Mr. and Mrs. W. F Allen Uw'MARRIAGE
make tey March
to boy, 22.
i ;, Matter at the Post Office at Starke. Florida I a way out cf strawberries. : wardrobe as long as the dear See_." FloruU pre. --.tOO .
i i facial cream things buy their own trousers.After I- -
j err Now is the time for all the women in for man's LICENSES
1 :E. L. Matthews___________ Editor and Owner --- I of the country to become strawberry I all, this Innovation.going Rather It' It looks like Dave meant what The following marriage llcem-
; Big town reporters, who had blondes,Tallahassee Dem pants Is no be said about not bavin' a lot of were Issued by County
to JUdge
SUBSCRIPTION RATE I travelled hundreds of miles to get : ocrat. is but the logical conclusion a. !I "lobby Hazards" under foot up here K. Perryman during the past Jk:.
must have been pretty long story of feminine plagiarism.The session of the :
the story, -- { during the coming R. Gibson and Lillian S.
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months. 73c-Payable In Advance I embarrassed when they were un-I Juat a hint to out'road depart- t ladles already have man's cigarettes I legislature. Anyhow he's passed CWt

Advertising: Rates on Application able to quote the exact words ment: The Appian Way is a famous barber shops, shorts,other ties, I out another gentle hint that the I II' ty.Lewis E. Cox and Pauline Rke
several '
Zangara muttered Just before his i road built by Appins Claudius In sport clothes: and I place for state and county officials I den.

electrocution. The publicitylovingassassin southern Italy 312 B. C., and 110 ,\items out of his wardrobe, so why I' Is at home tendln' to the particular -' :J. p Starling and Pearl Ala,

Florida is no more near beer than near beer. defiantly staring death in I well built was it that a large portion not his pants. little job you and I are payin' drews.

r -0 -- the face swore at the witnesses, 1 of it is still In use How long win they wear them I 'em to do, and not up in TaUabasplaytn' .-
gathered around-his last after they have them. The first METHODIST
solemnly today.-\\ puasywantaa.comerall CHCRCII
Dora Topic. see
1' Pay your poll tax and vote-It is worth the price. words unprintable profanity. Mount hot day will end the pants busi over the capllol\ building. Preaching by the

-o ( PRETTY.TOt3'NS ness. Moreover, no woman ever f pastor Sunday
morning at eleven o'clock.
It would wait until the first day of Springs to turn cool Did you happen to see the picture I got; beyond the point In the of wearingof evident t Of course we can't really blame Young People's meeting Sund ,
of Zangara taken while be self-consciousness the boys for wantln' to throw some
Florida propounds ; evening at 7:30: o'clock
I South paper
0.f A When she puts on
was smiling. Aa far as we know trousers. I' kind of a guard around their little .
would look below Mussolini's the question: Which is the prettiest I there is always a little
:f Wonder how Hitler's mustache there was but one released--all of smaller towns of our State? 'the pants gravy bowls, but seeln' we have SPECIAL SERVICESAT
the others were scowling ones. In I of the ; smirk In the corner of her mouth f on ahead and elected a flockof
u { brow? Answering the question In part the gone FRESBYTERIASThe
'.' the grim photographs be looked ;. Democrat says: The and a bit of defiance in her eye. I senators and representatives to -
J 0- the of the assassin, but In the I Tallahassee Along with these goes the sugges- I take care of our little playhouse
', part the Deputation Team of they
I. ,y; ,r Jobs seem to be plentiful around Bunnell. They want smiling one-It was hard to believe i.' following have Each all one passed in Itself pretI I,!tion of a swagger. Not even long i iI up here, this might be a good time M. C. A. of the University of Florida ..

w i ', A>, potato diggers in a hurry. that here was the man who bad I'l beautiful ty stage.: Orlando,,.Sanford, Daytona I acquaintance breeches with and beach biking pajamas knickers -, i to let 'em alone and keep out of Gainesville, had charge of the

;, 0- committed such a crime. I Beach., peLand, :$; t. Augus- : riding, not to mention tennis their way.They've. services at the Presbyterian church

,. ;' Plant City says, "Two more weeks and we'll turn the We offer faint-objections to the"Milestone" I''''tlne,,ocala Fort,'Fort Myers Lauderdale, Sarasota, Lakeland Bra-- i I has put woman on such Bhorts'1 got a hard enough Job Sunday Splendid evening.addresses were made

'. i t d 1; strawberry deal over to you." department of Time j denton, ; Euatls, Lake Worth, Lake I II I familiarity with trousers of as It is without beln messed up by five young men, and a quartet

o Magazine in which the week'sevents I, Winter l Mount Dora make her unconscious with a flock of lobby hazards trail- from the Glee Club of the University i
Wales Hviven.
f. 1 that those who live by, the are classified in the Tarpon .Springs, Clearwater. I I'her own person. She knows darn In' 'em everywhere they go and sang negro spirituals, which
:' The Palatka Daily News says lowing manner: Born; tOI-l; I Gainesville" Avon Park. Sebring well they don't belong to her. I II :, yappln at their heels. If there were greatly enjoyed.At .

i t sword shall perish by the taxes. married; sued for divorce; Tallahassee." The Democrat has I I Another thing. Don't forget that was ever a time when a legislator the close of the services, the
cut and dried ,!It !la such fads as this one that :
It all seems so list of pret-' just ought to be allowed to do his own visitors spent a pleasant social
o out a
i certainly picked
and looks so cold in tvpe.WOH been left [makes business factories and stores thinkin and make up his own mind, hour at the manse. Singing wai
should look at but have
do not believe in reincarnation 1" ty ones, many i and women.
Those who out that would qualify for any I[ and work for men it's right now. If any of 'em find enjoyed after which light refreshments .

what happened to John Barleycorn. WON ARAHA town beauty contest in the United I What this country needs Is more they need help, It'U be plenty time were served

0 e In one of his poems Ezra Pound States. We'll just add a few more I I and bigger fads.-St. Petersburg enough to start paasln' it out when $- -

describes the sound of a waterfall Times. : they ask for It. ST. JOHNS IS INTERESTEDIN
have been list without hope
Spring began officially Tuesday, but we en to the) ,any -0--- STRAWDEImGROWL'iQ
thusly: able to mention half of
even being
joying it unofficially for several weeks. bah hah shah thmm. thunnb. ah JUST A REMINDERIn -
them that deserves beauty recog- But on the other hand If there'sany
o "woh woh araha thumm. bhaaa" nition: Clermont, Leeaburg Ta- group of sheriffs, or county Interest in strawberry growingin
1 Zangara was the, ultimate in publicity hounds. He wanted We suggest that if M. Pound] vares Fort Pierce, Cocoa, Titua- a little more than two will weeks clerks or other officials, that was St. Johns County seems to be
the Florida legislature come
: ever finds himself at a loss for Inverness, I here and ask at a high pitch, according to newt
vllle Punta Gorda to come
plannln up
taken of him in the death chair. in into session-pledged to drastic from there.'
pictures words he use the above pattern Green Cove Springs Lake City \ the legislature to reduce their feesor Representatives
: S' pl the following situations: I I I Live Oak, Arcadia Quincy Marl I economy. At the moment the submissions cut their salaries, well they can from the Chamber of Com

l;' '+P. They tell us that tea is the most widely used of all beverages Sound of a bath tub running over ianna, Monticello, Madison, Stuart.o Is of the proposed order of economy the day with pro- I count on my help merce and County Farm Agent
An Irate husband upon discov- [ grams Loomis Blitch were in Starke recently
Bartow, Pa- I beard fellow snappin his
Klssimmee, Dade CUy, a
but not below the Mason-Dixon line, we bet. individual legislators and legislative -
fit gathering the Indus
ering his wife's latka Perry DeVunlak Springs. i| teeth and frothln' at the mouth tips on \

ti V 0- Starting a Model T on a Winter Starke, Fernandina. Macclenny anda I I delegations. This is well I the other day about reducin' the try and now they announce that

France is said to be getting ready to pay. It would be morning ,, .hundred simaJIer. ,towns that I enough-In fact it is highly en- I gaa tax. To hear the poor sap St. Johns farmers are enthusiastic
But there to
Mating call of a laughing hyena would for beauty and everything couraging. seems talk you'd Clink be was actually over the idea of planting a total
':,; ; fine if this would have a psychological effect on others who Young man taking a cold shower qualify else that makes a town I!; be need for a reminder of where I payin' it. ,. of 100 to 200 acres so that shipments
; the legislature must start the econ- be made from there in
:. owe money. Indian starting on war path attractive and desirable. Times- can ) t
a o Act 3, scene 2 of almost any Union I I omy ball rolling if !it wants to I If you do YOU-thlnkln' with one carload lots.BISHOP 1
meet with the approval of the peo- .

..1. Crescent City Journal says that now Is the time to plant Young opera wife upon having her allowance -0A -- ple of this. state. This is In respectto I i amount brain cell of, all the you tax can-eight see Is cents.the THIRKIELD TO SPEAK

.;? :r that spring garden unless you intend to disappoint the neigh- cut NEWSPAPER'S MISTAKESA the"number of legislative "at- I Then you start cbewin' a pencil ON POET SIDNEY LAMER

!" hors chickens. The roar of the aubway taches. and drawin' on' your Imagination
few people criticise: their local The last legislature consisted of Bishop Wilbur P Thlrl eld, will
of dyspeptic billygoat of
!1. Cry a about all that jack comin' out
o occasionally 133 members will the deliver his widely-known lectureon
Striking a knot in a saw mill! newspaper because they as comingone the taxpayers' pockets. It does
,i' Fate is kind to newspaper paragraphers. Just as they areA Chaliapin being forced to listento find an error therein. 38 senataora and ninety- seem kinds logical If you stop Sidney Lanier, man and poet.
And these people scarcely ever five representatives. During its Laureate of the South, in the auditorium
about to run out of ideas, along comes something like the Bing Crosby there and don't go any further
Bing Crosby being forced to listen take a thought of mistakes they three sessions it had 764 attaches, with ILBut of the Woman's Club
jig-saw puzzle. to Chaliapin themselves commit. If one will as follows: In the senate-regular house at Keystone Heights on next

o Burned toast three mornings in consider for a moment bow many session, 195: ; first extra session let me tell you a little secret.If Sunday afternoon at four o'clock.

"Beer Measure Bubbles Through House."-Ocala Ban succession chances of making mistakes the 121; second extra session, lOOi: to- you were to reduce the gas tax The public Is cordially Invited A I
avolcIr; they will cease tal 413. In the bouse-regular silver offering will be taken for
Complete mental collapse of the newspapers to six, or even to three cents It
ner. It shouldn't be so long before beer, itself, bubbles I man in front of the Inquisitive to be critics. To session 151; first extra session, wouldn't help the poor dumb tax- the benefit of the Woman's Club.

through theHouse. A statlsttcan has has worked 106 second extra session ninetyone .
child at the moviesThe ..w ; payers a cockeyed bit. But oh
: first cornet lesson ** out a number of'Chances: for mistaKes ; total. 348. The cost of these what a 'swell break for the GREEN AT WHITE HOUSE
R+ i The first saxaphone lesson it* tn one column of print. The was $150,385447.: divided as follows I IN INTEREST OF CANAL
i On his recent visit to Florida they presented Eddie Cantor The first voice lesson number Is 70,000 to one. In an j : Senate, $79.489; house $70- big oil companies.Do

j with a can of rattlesnake meat. Maybe that's the reason Striking thumb with hammer ordinary newspaper column there 896.47. The figures represent entirely you. think the gas stations Representatives R. A. Green

2 he didn't stay any longer than he did. are 10,000 letters of type; there I:, too many "attaches," at far would be sellin' us joy juice at Monday visited the White House
In the Interest of his
l 7 that a letter'may too much cost. "pet project"a
That's perfectly all right, Mr: are wrong positions eight or ten cents a gallon todayIf
o be in there are 70.000' If the 1933 legislature wants to -- canal across Florida from the
Pound. No extra charge. put ; there was no tax? Don't be silly
a; A Palatka man has realized $2,000 from s1ightl'over"an' chances to make an error, get off on the right foot it will, They would soak you as much Atlantic Ocean to tie Gulf of Mexi

+i this There to be about and millions of chances for trans us its first act, cut the number and only the money co.Mr.
acre of black berrjes year. seems as FRANKLIN FELT BAD In the-short sentence, of legislative "attaches" dras- as you pay now Green said be did not talk
positions. pay
V.. T s much gold in them thar black ones as in our red ones What we admire most about "To be or not to be." ty transposition tically. The people will watch would stockholders go to pay and extra not to dividendsto the state to President Roosevelt but had arranged -

'y 0 Benjamin Franklin is not that he alone, it la;.possible. .to make closely to see what is done about for your benefit. a meeting some time within
t entered 2,578,000 errors. this. For the senate to have 195"attaches" : the next few days.
discovered or
Pretzel manufacturers are considering "something orn He wants the-canal across North
---- to serve thirty-eight
Philadelphia with a potato underone All right you don't know rm a
see ate like flower designs stars geometric modernistic and 5IY FRIENDS HAVE FACED IT members, or 8,13 "attaches" for Florida to be Included in the em-
say arm and a loaf of bread under liar, but you think I am. Get out
x'1 what not." But shucks, who stops to look at a pretzel? the other-It ia the way be each senator, Is simply outrageous. your pencil and paper and do a little ployment program which the President

r e conducted himself when feeling abit William ADen White, well- -Tampa Times checkin', How much more are is to send to Congress soon
,0 he would be satisfied if it were
Ben known Kansas author, is gradually -- --o-- or
> under the weather. When you payin' for gas now, than you
Jimmy Walker has denied the charges set forth by his had a touch of the gout be didn't growing older. He contributes WHAT PAW AN' MAW AINT payed before we had the eight in another plan, which he said the

a' wife in her appeal for divorce. It seems that Jimmy has go around cramming the information -. this philosophical view point on GOT cent tax T Go back a few years and President was working., on.

down the throats of' his death: see! what gas cost the consumer
s S $ spent the greater part of the past two years denying things. riends-he sat down quietly and I "As one grows into one's middle Paw ain't got no evening suits then You'll; find that It'. the oil JUNIOR WOODMEN MEET

o I wrote "Dialogue Between Franklin sixties death seems more reason Er patent leather rldln' boots. companies that have been payin'
I', What a break for young men! A Buenos Aires judge has and the Gout. In this way begot able than It does In childhood and Maw ain't got no crepe de chenes the gas tax not you. If you'll prickup The Junior Woodmen, Circle at 3,30o'clock met:
rid of hU bad feeling and saved youth. The thought of death usedto Er flimsy lool n' Paris trains. your ears and do some pokin' Thursday week
ruled that bestowing a kiss on a woman of "provocative" appearance and great interest was
its friends, also. They didn't have terrify me. Now It seems a around you'll find that the oil .
Y i without her consent is no longer an execrable of- to read the dialogue unless they natural thing, a part of life, just Paw ain't got no Super-Six; companies' are thef ones that are shown in the work.
another experience, whatever it is. Paw ain't sticks. reduced. Cradle roll certificates were given
fense. wanted to. got no golfln' rarin' to have the gas tax
4 Y Of- course, no one has bad an So many- of my friends have facedIt Maw can't drive no limousine I Barbara Jean Johns and Edward -

w. V 0 attack of gout since the stock' why not I? In the meantime, She just keeps the kitchen clean. : Of course I can't prove it, but Thigpen. Discussion of nam

L ::1 On the eve of the banking moratorium a large travel bureau I market crash but we might pro- why fret about it? I have been rm willin' to bet that if the legis ing Grove Sunshine or Strawberry.JunIor -

duce such literary gems as "Dla- shaving this funny old ,face every Paw ain't got no poker eye; lature Is dumb enough to reduce Moved and carried Sunshine
of adverstisements captioned
was planning a series Woodmen No. 32 wouldbe
e" 6 logue Between Mrs. Funkhoiuer Sunday, ,Tuesday, Thursday and His waa made to laugh and cry. the gas tax during the coming Circle
,"The Holiday You Have Been Dreaming About. Needless and her Sinus Trouble" or "Dia- Saturday for ;years and years. I Maw don't win no auction prize; session it won't help anybody but its name. of

to say, the ads were cancelled. logue Between Llzxie and the have 'come to look on it as a> mask ,She just wins at bakin' pies. the guys ,that are holdin' stock in It was resolved that a letter
y Housemaid's Knee"Who behind which,, lies, the reality thatit I some oil company. You'll go righton sympathy be sent Vonda
ri o know. what genius might baa to hide. :It "getting! a bit i Paw don't bump no social lids; payin just as much for your also A copy be given the Bradford

ji Several newspapers over the State seem to have mis come to light between attacks of battered and ,shopworn. Perhaps He's beln' daddy to the kids. gas, and you'll have to bunt a long' County Telegraph also a copy sad
.t ; appendicitis? lit would not be such a bad idea Maw ain't got no "Woman Sphere." long while to find any other form placed on our records of the
understood and think that the strawberry facial cream I father
us bereavement of her dear
) ; to cast it off and let dust returnto
She's praytn' for her son's career. of state revenue that will be as
t mentioned here several weeks ago is being manufactured in NEW LOW IN BRUTALITYIt dust. "-Tallahassee Dem- practical and painless. George Marlon Inman.

{ Starke. It might not be a bad idea, at all, if we just had the that low ocrat. Paw ain't got no public perch Mrs. Darner Silcox,
seems us a new Junior Supervisor.
k formula. -e-- Cept a deacon In the church. KINGSLEY!: LAKE CHURCH _
In bad taste recently was reached
AN IDEA THAT IS WORTH Maw ain't never learned to snob.She's .
All at Klngsley GOLDOf
day meeting
A Helen Keller In a syndicated just learned a mother's job. Lake Baptist Church. Preaching
; f4 It is pleasing to see that no dust has been allowed to col- story tells of meeting Shaw in by Pastor Bro. Wm. Bailey, 10:30.( : any description, gold teeth.

lect on "Our Letter Box" during the past few weeks. It would Lady Aster's London drawing. Georgia youth has given the Paw's no time for politics, Dinner 12:30. Ordination of Bro. rings, pins etc., regardless of con
t Court-
country an idea that will be worth He's learn In' our new tricks. dition. Bring it In to J. H.
puppy at 2:30
to the :
When the two met the blind Bailey ministry
be pleasing however if more of our subscribers had room. millions to the South, and Saturday.
r more out her hand and particu- Maw ain't got no uplift bug. o'clock. Bring lunch everybody manch any time
woman groped
Y something they wanted to say and would take the time and said. "I've wanted to know you for larly to Georgia and Florida. For She's got a curly head to hug. welcome. Come worship with us

N } trouble to put it in writing. ever so long." the past seven years be experimented Sunday March 26.
with slash
"Why do aU you Americana say growing pine Maw ain't got DO future art J. L. Silcox, Clerk.
a the same thing?" Shaw, answered. among his cultivated crops, givingthe She's just got a mother's heart. .

N The few growers who are guilty of putting up poor berry Lady Astor put in, "Don't you trees the same attention he did Paw ain't fusain' over fr11ls.He' POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTThe
his corn and cotton. From these
packs should paraphrase Lincoln's immortal sentence as follows realize this ia Helen Keller T She just payin' grocery bills. -
k seven old trees there has been e
-Orlando Spectator.o friends of Floyd Green an-
Is deaf and blind.
( : You can fool some of the buyers all of the time, and "Why. of course!" Shaw snapped manufactured a superior grade of -- nounce his candidacy for Representative

1V ; V all of the buyers some of the time, but you can't fool all of: "All Americans are deaf and white newspaper. No such speed NOTICE from Bradford County subject
was ever knownti the paper industry to special election to be held
all of the time. blind-and dumb."
the buyers ',.. -
before. The of
average age I wish to announce to the votersof on Tuesday. next. March 28. -
o spruce trees now used for this purpose that .
County on ac-
Our Job Know
Will Rogers, in commending the city of Orlando for suspending Is fifty years.' count of the ruling of the Attor. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTI to
The blare of trumpets-roll of This dlacovery will wonderfully nery General that all persons not How to Help YouHAROLD.
that this civic
six civic eating clubs country
u says accelerate the location of
drums .
paper holding 1932 poll tax receipts priorto hereby announce myself a can-
1 "I'' [7t luncheoned itself into the depression. Starke has but one A flock of pigeons eating crumbs. mills In the southeast where such March S will not be permittedto didate for Representative in the -.. .w---y r.b.bur-.wan Y Ir-

r : 1 luncheon club, and so much good has come from it that we long growing seasons are enjoyed. vote or be a candidate in the State Legislature from Bradford I -- r
A baby parade-the newestplane I Florida already has the largest paper special election ,,called for March county,subject to will of the voters .y--------.
4 j are inclined to disagree with Mr. Rogers. _f__-.b.r._
t I plant In the world and we have 28, I hereby withdraw from the In the.special I election called by r.e-wY...

----0. A message from the. King of I good reason to expect a numberof race as> anaaijgiptp t for Represent ,the governor, to fill the vacancy I.I. .a_V our.....-,-...........

c It has been a common expression ofthe Republicans: Spain- them within the next few years. tatlve to the legislature from Brad- caused 'by the death of G. M. In- --f-. -"S. wb Wb.1
V A hurricane tl..pread&--. I To young Marion Renfroe is due ford County.: I wish to thank each man. I am no lawyer, simply a N ran.r b..rW
;, "Just give-the Democrats enough rope. They are sure to do Revolt ia threatened by the Reds- the credit of this discovery and and every voter for the courtesy Florida citizen, for 43 years a tax -b.----r

the wrong thing at the right time." But the Republicans his farm near Quiman, Ga., just shown me. payer and a life-long Democrat. w-ar.w

'"'. blare roll of north of the Florida line. Experts ,Your vote win be WALL |
should remember that rope can be used for other things be- of trumpets- FRED HAZEN appreciated. C.
drums claim that Write name on the ticket. Put
we may now expect e my
I.., 'es hanging oneself; for instance, it might come in handy I Praise be! The feature picture) a revolution in paper making. Remorse Is not so pestering If i a cross mark In front. INSURANCE

ailing( the country out of the bog. comes. Tallahassee Democrat. there are no penalties. I S. 0 LEWIS. 9TARHIPLOltllnd i

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