Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
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March 31, 1933
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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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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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bushed 1877 Subscription For Year $1.50; Six Months 76;&:Payable in Advance E. L. Matthews\ Editor and Owner: i iI

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Bradford High Students County School Trustees Cost of State Legislature .
Over Dies Butler
RatesIs Dr. Elected
jwersPeppedly Fight Raymond
Take Part In. Contests Of Unreported Districts ; Has Increased Each Year ; ;

. ly yHigh Prices Against Andrew Jackson Continued As Have Been-AnnouncedReturns Was Here Six Years Association-Figures Say Representative "

y 1Sie B. H. S. participants in the from two districts In As we approach another sessionof

But Few Berries high interscholastic High schools School met contests the in Andrew Jacksonville for Florida Jackson Rehearing Sought the which recent Were not election Immediately of trustees available -, As Baptist PastorDeath to: revlefv legislature'as compiled the cost it of by is previous the interesting Florida sessions From Bradford t ; 'II'

as follows:
Saturday.The I Press Association. A check of fig-
District o..1, Theressa: O. W.
winners announcedlater In the office -
will be ures comptroller's reveals -
Probably Wind Up Hlnson A. L. Sullivan, Thomas 1\1.... Inman Rams Clone Second inField
I nwvill by the General Extension Division Lawtey And Plant City Growers Wollowwl Illness of Four that legislative costs from :
This'eek- Represented By AttorneysIn Trlent. Weeks-Funeral Held Thursday 1917 follows of Five Candidate ; 'I
$ won of the University of Flor- to 1931 were as : y
inV District No. 8. Woodlawn: J. S.
Louisiana Washington Afternoon 1917. 8436000. r '
ida.Examinations Norman, J. M. Rosier' E. Johns. -
were given on the 1919. $83,640.00.
Y i
frome Previously reported were: 1
t. berry movement following curricular subjects: English Rehearing of the strawberryrate Dr. O. P. Raymond died Wednesday 1921. 11764700. C. C. Butler a newcomer la r +
light District No. 3, : L. D.
and Lawtey continued Section Z &: D, World History case before the entire Interstate Starke morning at the pastorlum after 1923. 14030600. county politics, was elected as rp'esentatlve ; ,;
awaited its Green E. W. Hayes J. C. Robinson. ;
as the crop of four weeks."'While 1925. 136,083.00. In the State legislature -
week United States History Plane.. commerce commission, and 1 an Illness
e d breath which is expected Geometry and Algebra. tho postponement for ninety days Lawtey, James 'his death was not unexpected still 1927. 263.2 3.00. from Bradford County at '
District No.8, :
t ,in two weeks or tenite swan Thirty-three senior high students of promulgation of the new ratesto Rosier J. S. Austin-O. J. Phillips.District It brought shock /and sadness to 1929. 27164600. Tuesday's special election to name' "

at City is LouisianaJLced have assiduously pursued the subjects points west of the Mississippi No. 1$. Rising: E. C. many hearts for he had been for 1931, $324,304.00.Figures a successor to O. M. Inman who '' 'n '
the season but the six the faithful covering the number of died recently 4 "'
mentioned above for several river loomed in Washington last past years pastor
J.: E. Norman
R. M.
e a quick comeback from months. week aa the result of the filing Lewis Crosby. of the First Baptist church attaches is only available at this Mrs. G. M. Inman, wife of the }

I freeze of last month and Is The following participated: with the commission of several petitions '. : here. Dr. Raymond possessed a time for years 1917 to 27 as fol- deceased representative ran a i r a *

I Tapping berries in carload Alice Mast and Louise Snyder and other related docu- 'friendly and helpful personalityand lows:,, 1917 60; 1919 75; 1921. 78; close second in the field of five '

Twenty-two cars went out I English I; Harmon Morgan and ments. Plan Would MergeBradfordUnion had countless friends throughout 1923 98; 1925: 130; 1927 255.: candidates, according to return
at state last Saturday Mildred Morgan, English n; James Previous hearings of the case out community who deeply regret tabulated Tuesday night. }
e ? forty to fifty cars were said I Moore and Herbsrt Packham, took place before Division No. S of 1' his death. It can well be said Mr. Butler had 16ft votes; Mrs. t9 '
d from there Teachers To Get Inman 132 Starksi + d r'
Floyd Green.
shipped ;
lave of him
I World History; Lucile Edwardsand the commission, a body composed -- b "
e Jay. Mildred Morgan United States of three commissioners. Aa attorneys attorney, 89; J. L. Fraser nominee 11'M ;
car 1 "Life's work well done of the Democratic Executive I', 1' i
Sarke shipped one History; Marjorie Stump and Harry contend the decision of the
Saturday containing 307 crates.e '"Life's race well run. Committee, S3; S. 0.. Lewis of fl- ,
Tyson plane Geometry; Keeffee division did not conform with testi- More Cash SoonCounty
Wednesday of last week the s "Then comes rest. Starke, 10. A total of 450 votes
Harrell and Blake Jackson Al mony and conclusions, and that St. Johns Representative Urges
here has been were cast more than one third of tl h
1 ]l movement from gebra. the rates effective March 3 last did Consolidation of !Many ) Dr. Raymond was born in Bar. the number '

((48 quarts. I not conform with the orders of the Counties ,. bados, West Indies, sixtyeightyears Reralve $2,494.51 From qualified.
six Mr. Butler who is a Christian
shipped express
Urtey has commission, the bearing before the ago, but when a child moved } J h
State Fund This minister has been resident of l
week or a a
e V during the past Earthquake Awful complete commission is requested. Realignment of Florida counties I 1 with his parents to Yarmouth, Nova Week Bradford County for only three j ,Y
1 of 65,680, quarts. Berry growers of Plant City and making thirty-one Instead of six :: Scotia where he spent most of t'
years lie came here from Georgiatnd
...Ices on the Lawtey platformbed Lawtey are represented there by ty-seven political snWivialons, la 1 his life He was twice married +'
Another cash payment will be farm"
has made his home
week on a
of the
the high point local attorneys and New York by Louis W. Zlm St. and was the father of six children, ,
I '
reported Says Mrs. Ira Corn made to teachers In the near future In the western part of the county. ,
t In a few crates were The high buyers also have joined the fight Johns county representative. Hid all of whom survive him. With his A. J. Grlffls, county superintendent He Is said to preach occasionally at '
lave brought $7.00. against the carriers. In the petition of I moved to Florida
this plan would include the merging family he eight of public Instruction announced five churches In Bradford and unIon ;
' |k reported at Starke on for the postponement of the Bradford, with a population of 9- yearn ago, and six years of this this week. The board counties. 1'1 '

,t t |was $6.00. Former Resident of Bradford Gives publication of the western rates, 000 and'Union, with'7,900. II time has been spent in Starke. Tuesday received a warrant for The new representative's plat- 1/ ;

e rites began to tumble however Vivid Description of,California both sides have concurred and it His complete.-plan follows: The funeral took place Thursday $2,494.51 from State Superintendent 'orm' announced In a recent Issue 4 t
the week progressed and berwere Event IS considered likely this action will Intact afternoon at four o'clock at the
..1 Six counties would remain ,' W. S. Cawthon which has of the Telegraph. Includes: the I r iE
.. ) reported Thursday morn- be taken promptly by the commis as they are now according to the residence and was conducted by been sent in for collection.A abolishment of unnecessary courts; la
n I to be bringing $3.50-$4.00 per The following extracts taken sion.Growers plan. They are Dade with a population : Rev. W. J. Meade of Alachua and total of $364,771.42 was apportioned '' abolishment of the Hotel Commission + Q
te It Is estimated that the av- letter written by Mrs. Ira and contend with H. Jenner of (
from a buyers of 164,700( ; Monroe a Rev J. Penney among the sixty-seven counties the Game and Fish Commission :
ge) throughout the week would Corn of Long Beach, Calif., to'a Florida rates are unjusttfledly population of 13,520; Eacambla Farms. Interment was in Crosby of Florida. The money was disbursed the Motor Vehicle Purchasing* i .,

i {round $3.75. friend in Starke. tell of her experience higher than competitive rates from with 04,500; Duval with 164.000; Cemetery under the direction of on a basis of the number of Department; consolidation of the.

1\\ e weekly movement from In the recent earthquakein Louisiana and other sections, while Hlllaborough 167,000. and Polk DeWitt C. Jones Company.The teacher-pupil'units of each coun county tax collector and tax assessor '
_rice' and Lawtey this season is California: the carriers have answered that 79,700. deceased is survived by his ty. It Is the second apportion- r

11 follows: (These figures Include "Guess from the reports from more costly service seasonal climatic Broward, 23,400 and Palm Beach widow and six children: Charles R. ment of State funds this month. Had Mrs. Inman been elected ; a

e iress shipments only.) California you were a little doubt- hazards and greater unit 09,800. of Rosson Ontario; Harold Ray Superintendent" Cawthon said it contest over her eligibility Is be-,' ; t- lt,

L Starke ful of ever hearing from me .gaiqbut ) values of the Florida berries war Lee, 16,700; Collier. 3,300: Hen- mond of Halifax Nova Scotia; was rushed so as to help those Hewed to have been forthcoming

,. eek Quarts Returns I I am still here,. although' rant the higher handling charges. dry, 4,000, and Charlotte 4,300. Miss Harriet Raymond who Is a counties that are talking of Closing A recent ruling of Attorney Gen- (& ;1, k.,

b .16 ____ 50 13.00 slightly aged from the shock. It Qrowers of this county are anxiously DeSoto. 7,300; Hardee 10,600)) missionary at San Fernando Philippine their schools because of lackof eral Cary D. Landis held that she b wt

t 23 ___ 19 15.70 was a week ago tonight that It awaiting the outcome of the Glades 2,900, and Highlands 10- Islands; George Raymond, funds. There will be more next was not qualified because she had ;

30 _____ 24-1 73,10S. happened-everything seemed so rehearing. In-the-meanwhUe the 500, of London Ontario; Paul and Edwin month he said. not paid her poll tax before March $ + 'i

6 ______ 1.U4.. 361.20r peaceful and quiet .lit .Is always greater portion of the strawberrycrop Martin< 5,700; Ok eh.obee. 4,600; Raymond of Starke. Funds that the State I'fves"ltll, 4.. .!However. after seeking legal t ''P+h;+ ,r

.19. ____ 9,214.. 1,382.10 still and calm before an earthquake here continues to be shippedby St Lucle 7,800, and";Indian( River, Attending the funeral from out counties to aid them 1n tnanclng a advice Mrs. Inman had decided to
, 20 _____ 8.256 1,181.00 I ). I had my little toy bull truck because of what growerscall 7,400. of town were Miss Harriet Raymond minimum of eight months free stay in the race and fight it out In ;

21 __ 3:5.648: 8.000.00 dog In my arms, and was lookingfor the "unjustlfledly" higher rates Manatee, 24,200; and Sarasota, who was at home on a vacation school each term come from the the courts If her election was con- { ; 4' )s,'

8 ____ 19.113 1.787.08l. the car keys to go down to the by ralL 14300.. and George Raymond of London net receipts of motor vehicle licenses tested. Y r

l. 10 ____ 2:5.376: 2,283.84.. market to get his meat for supper, Sumter, 11,300; Hernando 6,000, Onto from the Interest of the Invested Unofficial returns from the eight ; '
b.17 ____ 20,864.. 1,871.78 and Citrus, 6,500. State school fund and froma 4 !
when it came. I knew at once precincts are as follows;; ,
I b. 24 ___ 41.014.. 2,870.98 what it was and tried to get to Sholtz To Present Alachua 35,800: ; Columbia 14.- one mill ad valorem tax. Lawtey: Inman 40, Butler 31: ,

, r. 3 ___ 7832 9,804.00r. the front door; the floor lamp, pictures 700. and Gilchrlst. 4,200. .Thomas WiDinff Green 0, Frazee 5.j

10 ___ 18,880 2360.00 and vases were falling and Orange, 56,300 and Seminole, ODD SHAPED EGO North Starke: Butler 38, Inman + i''

r. 17 _____ 1:5,1584.: 1.826.2S: ,and the 20400. Frazee 28 Green 25: Lewis 8.
crashing around me so- Solons 37 ;
r. 24 _____ 30.400 8,32:5.00: motion threw me from one side of Program to Osceola 11,500 and Brevard 14-. To Cut Loan Fee An odd shaped chicken egg was South Starke: Green 36, Inman -

r. 31- _____ 18.048 2115.00: the room to another. I finally got 300. brought into our office Tuesday by 28, Butler 27, Frazee 10, Lewis 1. r''

out unhurt."In Plnellas 69,600 and Pasco, 11- I Mrs. Sally Tyson to add to the local Hampton: Butler 31, Inman 12,
tel --------323,186 $34,228.11Lawtey a few minutes Ira was Governor Says lie Will Recommend 000. collection of Believe It Or Note Frazee 3.Theressa. s

brought home with a broken ankle Its Adoption, But Not Marion 30,800 and Levy 13,000. Tells Sholtz That He Will Co-op- The egg is long and narrow and : Inman 13, Green 4* 'r rr ,!,?

'eek Quarts Returns -he was out In the oil field whenIt I Try to Dictate Volusla 47.000 and Lake. 25,400.: operate In Saving Fanners : measures four Inches from end to Frazee 2, Lewis 1. a.

Do 13 ____ 8,528 '$ 979.20n. and jumped off a derrick I Flagler 2,500 and St. Johns. 19- Expense end. It was laid by an Indian New River: Butler 20, Green 9. i i

20 ____ 12,512 1.1501.4.4Do c/tme he fell under a water Governor Dave Sholtz has said game hen. Frazee 1.Brooker. 1'' t.. t

21 _____ 26,880 2,862.00b. floor-then tank that had broken. He said it he will offer the 1933 Florida Legislature 900.Putnam, 18,900 and Clay 7,100. Fees. which some of the court : Butler 32, Green 8* "

8 __ 35,140 8.119.60 seemed that this large tank would a definite program at the Nassau 9,375 and Baker 6,400. clerks In Florida are charging TIBBETT8 TO SPEAK Frazee 1. t 4 4v
b. 10 __ 71,880 .160.20 him second opening of the regular 60-day session Bradford 9,900 and Union 7,900. growers 'for recording mortgages -.

b. 24 ___- 53,780 8.163.20b. come down on any to get April 4. and will recommend. l "Lafayette; 4.4W. ; Dixie 7,400 given tit'them In return for crop George F. Tlbbetts Y M. C. A.
17 while he was trying up. but will not attemptto secretary religious speaker lecturer SystemUnder
__ 30.000 2.100.118 for hundred Its adoption and Taylor 13000. loans from the federal governmenthave Old Fee ti
r. 8 __ 107:520: 130.00 Then he ran ankle over a broken."I be a dictator. Suwanne. 15,731, and Hamilton. aroused state and federal of and world traveler will be

ar 10 ___ 60,480 7560.00 yards after his was The administration's legislative 9,454.: ficials. the speaker at a union meeting of e
and start-
er 17 ____ 7,760 8800.00 took him in the car had program he said will be directed Madison 15,614: and Jefferson. Governor"Dave Sholts has for- the churches of Starke, to be held Fire Now' psi
doctor. They
er 24 ___.98.360 10.180.00 ed to look for a where along two main lines-governmental 13,400. warded a letter to the 67 clerks In at the Presbyterian church next

ar. 31. ____ 65,880' 8. 2:5.oo: all gone to the hospital economy and solution of the Leon. 24,700 and Wakulla. 5500. Florida, asking each if he will not Sunday night April 2, at 8 o'clock.Mr. n+,
and injured were
hundreds of dying debt problem. Both are designed to 1 Gadsden, 31,300 and Jackson. agree to a nominal charge of 50 Tlbbetts has an interesting 1 t
taI -811,100 $87,790.84.. taken. I couldn't think of taking achieve one principal objective- 32,100. cents for recording these papers. story to tell of his recent world Members of Legislature Said to B4 (
Ira to one of these hospitals. u.. tax reduction.The I Bay 12,200 and Washington. This sum Is suggested: by C. L. tour and the Impressions receivedin .5 to 1 For Salary ''l

Long Beach for one was almost Laura first point Governor Sholts 12300. Cobb, Washington: manager of the many lands. Hear him. Basis .t ? ,

sheriff Backs Op wrecked; so 1 started to will extend to all phases of governmental 1 'Walton, 15.100 and Holmes, 12,- crop production loan office for the ---- '------' '

Linda Sanitarium, seventy-five operations-State, county 900. tederall'Overnment. who wrote the MRS. ZUELLA BAISDEN (By John Kilgore) of i
The so denseon t''
miles away. fog and clty-a.nd will be pushed to Okalocoa 10,000 and Santa Rosa, governor In regard to the matter. Florida's established custom +
Wilder's the road and the traffic was so avoid the necessity of the alter 14200.. Inquiring at the office of A. J. Funeral services for Mrs. Zuella paying county officers with fees'' .

Warning heavy we decided to go into a little native Increase in amounts of Thomas, Bradford court clerk revealed Balsden wife of George Balsden, will be abolished at the 1933 session t, rY

tourist cabin about thirty miles existing taxes and addition of new, GRIFFIS WILL ADDRESS that Mr. Thomas last week were held at the grave In Crosby of legislature, If the strong; s q'' i" n

from Long Beach and rest awhile. sources of revenue to the already HASTINGS ROTARY CLUB mailed the following statement to Lake Cemetery at 3 o'clock Mon. sentiment shown In returns by 80

9 a Leniency After April 1 For We lay on the bed for about forty- complex tax structure.The Governor Sholtz: day afternoon, the Rev. J. T. per cent of the total membership ,' ,4 ;

Those Still Without five minutes, and the shocks came second point he added is A. J. Griffin who has been ac- "I have just received your letter Boone pastor of the Edgewood In the legislative poll now being; "f ;, 1
so often and hard It seemed the lit Avenue Christian Church of Jacksonville tabulated by the writer, prevails. 4' 'j
Auto Tags the "crux" of all of Florida's public tively engaged in the strawberry in which you state that if the
-- tle cabin would shake down. We and private worries and if solved Industry here for .tbe past twenty clerks of the State of Florida will officiating. Five to One 1 F 4
Sheriff reached the sanitarium at four a. The following served as pall Senators answering this portion ly '' i,
w. J. Epperson announc- will allow all other issues an years; wilt-address the, Hastings agree to recording and search fee ,
d this week i at Its meeting today. bearers: Roger D. Wells J. D. Cul- of the questionnaires Indicated &
that themselves.Fair
his views are m."The opportunity to adjust Rotary of 50c for the farm loan applicants
learttly |In accord with those ofearge sights we passed along the satisfactory and adjustment Agricultural leaders- St. Johns that same will be paid by the government pepper J. Lyman Cheek Ralph five to one strength for abolish"r) '
reminded me of pictures I've Howell. O. W. Walters and O. V. of the fee and house :
H. Wilder acting motor ve- way of the bond debt problem so that County plan to promote strawberry and not deducted from ment system ,
lele commissioner seen of the Chinese leaving Shanghai to and hope to Induce to the T. Dow. The arrangements were members Indicated by three to one n i
who says that debts will be reduced a point production the amount of loan made
"a leniency will be shown motorists when It was shelled. Some where a debtor will be able to pay about 200 growers to plant from farmer, In other words if we will do directed by the Conant Funeral a determination to end the practice k+ Jj ti !
'bo Use 1932 people were asleep in their cars, one-half to one and one-half hereto- Home. and place all county officers on
automobile license and a creditor actually will receive acre the work for SOc that has
fe after others on blankets around fires. a straight salary basis. Four representatives } ,
April 1. payment is the "real business before acres each. tore been for $2.00 throughout the
Because of general economic There was a steady stream out of us at this legislative session", e state the farmer will profit by the RED CROSS TO MEET favored a reduction.In f I,

anomie conditions. Mr. Wilder Long Beach for a tidal wave was he declared. LARSON AT CONVENTION entire saving of $2.00 and the government fee allowances. ly
Id law 1 predicted and they left by the The Bradford County Chapter of The question presented to memti, 7'' kj t
enforcement officers have' Joint Assembly to HMge will pay the fifty cents. ,e
n thousands."We to the American Red Cross will hold its bars of the legislature was whether' yi,
C. W. Larson delegate
easy with the
of I
"If can
motorists who conhued The governor has spent most by so doing
stayed here until Monday Educational Association In regular meeting next Tuesday afternoon they favor "placing all county officers ?
to Florida r
use old farmers I will readily
plates. However, the past three days working on $2.00 why 0
then we returned to Long Beach returned enthusiastic over, at three o'clock in theWoman's on a salary basis retaining I'-P!
April l, all officers will enoree the legislative program and the Tampa agree to the fifty cent fee even
the for some clothes. It was sickening the of the educational' Club building. fee collection as county revenue." n?
law prospects
he will stated above the -
strictly. text of the message! which (though as reaular'
down there practically every e Several amendments have been, a;
plans for next year. '
of as I understand It was
deliver before a joint assembly charge !
'1GUTELrN_POUND CABBAGE brick bdilding is down and all the the Senate and House shortly after Mucb praise was given the teach 200. MARRIAGE made by past legislatures In the .4 S
GROWN beautiful school buildings are demolished the they bad rallied to fee laws. The amount of compensation II
BY 1* V. MOORE!: the Legislature completes opening ers for way 1 wish to state further that I licenses
We stayed down there this convention and the loyal manner have already made an agreementwith The following marriage which an official Is permitted "

A. huge! cabl;K; that looked only a few hours Monday. Everybody fomalitles.He said ho expected to devote la which they had stood by' the Mr.. Fokes of the GovernmentFarm were issued during the past week to keep as his own Is limiUdl ;

re like the head of a palm tree acted wfld no one was living most of the next week to completing schools during this trying year,Mr., Loan Department whereby by Ressle County Carlton Judge K.and K. Perryman Blda Mae: but In recent months officials la it ,, }

brought Into town Saturday in. houses the city water has a these preparations for the first Larson said. huWW f all'said applications are acknowledged many counties have voluntarily accepted -
1 L. V. brownish sediment In it and has Mott. reductions. In some cases, as ,,t
Moor. a farmer living before in this county witha
of his admin
assembly r
legislative Raulerson and Lora
Ernest J. all
t of town. Mr. Moore said to be boiled for twenty mlnuteL"We istration. He was a representativefrom > FULLER!: "TO SCEAK..4 further saving of 25c: to the half the allowances. rat i'

t the cabbage which would take are living in a cabin about Volusla County in the 1911 -. farmer and with the above amount Cannon.The Set Own Standard

Prize at almost any fair welgh- forty miles from Long Beach In theed..e Legislature.. Mrs Edna Giles- Fullerwho, of $2.00 will make a total saving -surface of Mercury Mars The'greatest{ dissatisfaction with, t

),fr.nearly eighteen piundsln of the mountains here.and We rarely are "I will have a definite- legislative formerly lived bere..with her par: In this county to the farmers seeking and the Moon, are thought to. be the fee system has apparently beesWith ?

,. Moore baa Plenty more big ever feel a shock weekor program ready for the LeglslaJture ent4, and taught isrtb*Junior High these( loans .by this office of covered ,witbyt4b14aygr! of ,yol- provisions under,which coun-
and he left this one .on dls- not going back To" probably a and I 29I and Ii, than willing ty officials have set their own standard i
lay Is turned on on the first'(fa7 I' win School It now a prominent speakerfor $2 am more cano ash,, ._ .. adl I
at the Telegraph'.office to two when the gas servtco.ln the interest eg for expense Items. c
to this
how \ recommend: that 'thltf programbeCarried > itJIeiwom&D's committee of law reader '
what Bradford County soil and eve jears'iip.; ; ; out' but X wffl not attemptto enforcement throughout the South. -of our farmers who, are the this county has been reduced 600. Until recently. there has been .

oUid do With the aid of a little Within'10- .-after--Its introduction run tbe'Legislature.. ; believe She will be' the guest speaker at backbone of our Btata and county. 00 a year since'my"election to effect doubt as to the status of fee funds.

ettSlzer.Lesera. years a standard members of the Legislature are the Florida Missionary Society "Furthermore I would Ilk to a total saving during my'term County officials have argued that

tobacco value acquired of 60 cents per coming here with the same pur. Col.ference.tQ.) .,be held in. GaiaesVllle call to jour: attention. Z may.the jot office of $2400.001 to- the but- u.c_tMa aail.ctwtraa.l' set.laa4 w S, j.I

"" gambling games were currency I (Continued on[ (age c.r beginning April 4th.. fact that the salary of clerk in:'i.payers." ..I ,Continued on page 5.) ,
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-- .- .... -'. .c, with a cow horn or two for -- -with Mr.relatives.and Mrs. Rufus Jones of And the Worst is Yet to Comecd

RAIFORD ompnnlmentSeveral Tampa, were visiting Mr. and
nights the past week wiwere I Carl Jones Friday.
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.7..r P. lM nhoda 7."IIICI. .
late hour by his
Red Krroe, Cor. ( awakened at a Rev. C. C. Eutler v.111 flit:

I the mournful sound of a cow horn, regular appointment here Sundayat

Last and a pack of real hounds on : Carlton-Mott the Christian church.Mr. Miss Mabel Blount returned to

8. A. Bryan In Accident "trail". .Malcolm and Dilly Tomp-J Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Mott announce and Mrs. Leo Dyal of Wind- her home at Hollister Sunday af-
Week I
klns, sons of E. W. Tompkins, own the marriage of their ermere were visiting relatives here ternoon, after a few week's visit :
1 While In Jacksonville one day I'' two of the best dogs In this partof I daughter, Vida Mae, to Mr. Resale Sunday. here with friends.Mr. -=- ,-_,= .-
last week S. A. Bryan. local post the couctry. The two boys Carlton of Heflbronn. The cere- -- and Mrs. Lee Thomas of

master waa a victim of an accident along with several other boys and mony was quietly performed at Gainesville, were visiting Mr. and

3' t, that occurred by the recklessness men are putting In quite a few Starke Wednesday, March 22, in HAMPTON Mrs. M. Hall Sunday.
', of a woman driver. hours one and two nights out of the the presence of a few friends only. Mrs. G. W. Snowden and daughter ,-

Aa the driver of the car that hit week. Although they have had no Mr. and Mrs. Carlton will make M'.. Aim I'll.' ..... ('or. Mrs. Georgia Wilkerson of a =-- _
t ;Mr. Bryan was making: a false luck recently, many a sly fellow of their home In HeUbronn. Gainesville, were visiting relatives A _- -

awing she hit his car on the right the fox family has been capturedby : I here Sunday afternoon.Mr. _
: Bide and completely tore from It the boys locally. Mrs. P. B. Hunt, was the guestof business 7 =5a
W. H. Hall was a III illl
and both fen Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brannen and relatives in Jacksonville last P
the running board, Lots of good bunting ground Is visitor to Hampton Saturday. e
bent his front axel con- and daughter, Paulfne, of Lake Butler, Sunday. She was accompanied by
ders, and found up and down New River, Mr. Wilmot Brown and Mr. C.
( siderably. Little damage was done In and around what is called the spent the week-end here with her her father and mother, Mr. and Alford were business visitors to I
which waa fully covered parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Gainey. Mrs. O. Haynes. 4
to her car, "state farm pasture, placesare Starke Saturday.Mr. .
ln urance. She will stand miles cf this The Woman's 4-H club will beheld A play "Fascinating Fannie
by in less than two and Mrs. E. S. Sibley and
of repairing his ear, The at the Brooker school Brown," was given by the graduating -
the expense place. Tompkins boys captureda bUild-I little daughter, Ruth were visitingher
F which will amount to about $50 young fox some time back which ing. Friday afternoon class of the Junior High School parents Mr. and Mrs. C. A. v1 n

he stated. was presented to the JacksonvilleZoo. Mrs. L. A. MIntz of last. Friday evening. The play was Youngblood Sunday. 'I ,
h. Refrigerator Trucks Introduced Is spending a. few days with her amusing and was accompanied bya lilt
Mr. Tibbetts of Heights
) and at least parents Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Gainey. composed. of ,
; Well, it is here, new Oyster Supper Enjoyed by well-drilled chorus, gave an interesting talk on his "
ai to us local follows-a reflgerator Younger Folio Mrs. E. L. Crosby of Jacksonville girls from the primary department.A .
: around the world
trip Sunday evening P
truck that will carry strawberries An oyster supper, candy pullin, Is visiting her sister, Mrs. large audience, more than could at the Christian church. I e} e) c la r.r

to market the same as the Iced express was given at the home of Mr. and Irvin Thomas. be seated, enjoyed. the interesting' Mrs. H. D. May returned home
Leslie Hlers of Mac- Master Glen Crosby of Jacksonville / (
cars. Mrs. Lindsay Thornton Monday program.
after in Jackson
Tuesday being
"' here last week for sev- Is spending this week with baccalaureate sermon for
1enny was night. Games were played from The ville with her son, who received s w
Mr. and Mrs. L.
.era! days demonstrating one toy cards to, well-we don't' just remember his grandparents, I i the graduating class was preached serious Injuries in an automobile

p ,. :local growers and chippers now, but It was a R. Galney. by Rev. Sam J. White, at the First 'wreck last week.A )
Mr. I. W. Plnholater of Lake
The truck. carry Ice in both ends good party, anyway. Those who i Christian church of Hampton, last musical
was givenat
j of the loading space, and have were invited were: Clyde Thornton, City, was attending to business Sunday evening, at eight o'clock. the school program house Friday nightA
:fans that are run to circulate air Harley Hlgginbotham, Malcolm here Tuesday. The graduates were: Charlie Mor-
i large crowd enjoyed this affair.Misses .
Elder E. N. Anderson of Hell-
them. Some of the growers Olen Wilson
through Tompkins and Edgar Faulkner, gan, Bedenbaugh Florence and Maude Ben-
showed a bit of interest In them Juanita Brownin, Pauline Crews, bronn was attending to business May, Audra' Hall, Mary Wigginsand der of Gainesville, were visiting J
while others did not. After all it Mrs. Carrie Browning and Mr. and here Tuesday.! Murrel Johnson.H. .
the old Mr. and Mrs. Battle Cunningham relatives here Sunday.J. 9yYoAtngto
to away from Mrs. Red Kerce.BOOTSEY'S.
is of
: A. Durden and family S. Yawn of Gainesville, was
rail. and mother, Mrs. E. J. Cunningham -
way of shipping by Monticello, are the guests of Mr. I
and sister, Bethel, of Plant visiting friends here Sunday afternoon -
Levcrn Dyal, the infant son ofMI' City, were visiting here Sunday. Durden'a Durden.parents, Mr. and Mra. A. ;,. 1 '- '_ f

and Mrs. Leamon Dyal of this BEACIIL. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brannen and A. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kaufman attended
; Mrs. J. L. Cooke and daughter,
baa been very sick for the daughter, Pauline, of Lake Butler, the song service at Corinth I Lacy Rigdon Sunday nlgtJ
place Ca.kla.. for. of Gainesville are visiting -
Genene Miss lace
Kersey was the
___ of last With Church i gu
*, i* as a victim__ of nneuJHMl spent part week here Sunday. EVERGREEN
wee u *.v. -- rmonia. -
Mrs. Minnie
4 I Mr Mrs. Cooke's mother, Miss Jettie Belle Varner of of Boots and Freda Brown !S
i ': He has been attended regularly her parents and Mrs. II. P. Keystone .
Johns. afternoon.Mr.
+ by Dr. Seeber King of Lake Miss Martha Crawford entertained Gainey. Heights, was visiting Miss Mm. F. A. nosier. Cor.
Butler and Is reported to be In a a large number of her Miss Janie Mae Quarrels Is Mrs. O. L. Harrison, Mrs. L. H. Elsie Bell Geiger Sunday.Mr. Leaton Morgan was in Bpi

) very serious condition at this writIng friends last Tuesday night with a spending a while with her aunt,, Futch, Mrs. P. B. Hunt, and Mrs. and Mrs. B. F. Hall and children I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Quinn and eon, Monday.Mr. .

f : however, It Is hoped that he peanut popping. At the conclusion, Mrs. Mae Kennedy of Baldwin. M. L. Watterson were shopping in of Starke, were visiting relatives Wilmot, spent the week-end in Felton Smith and La

F will be out of danger within the games were played, and homemade Church services will be held at Jacksonville this week. here Sunday. Folkston, Ga. Thornton of Lawtey were in I

'' :next few days. peanut candy served to the fifty- the Baptist church Saturday and Mr. and Mrs. B. Haynes and Miss Mabel Blount, who has been Rosier and i section Sunday.Washington's.
/1 i Shipped I two guests. Sunday by Pastor G. E. McCauley. daughter Marth, who have been visiting relatives at Hollister, returned Mr. and Mrs. Scheme .
,+ Few Berries Being Mr. and Mrs.J. .
'+ Prices Show Gain Last Week Mr. and Mrs. Willford Dinkins We are very glad to report that visiting friends and relatives here, home Sunday. j children were visiting at home, Mount Vej

A few strawberries are still be- of Lawtey, were visiting her sister, Mrs. Sally Mott and daughter, have returned to their home in Mra. S. W. Griffith of Miami, returned -' M. Rosier Sunday evening i
sold to truck lines, and Mrs. M. L. Thompson Thursday Mary, who were on the sick list are Winter Haven. home Thursday, after visiting Woodlawn. non rooms, 8.
ipg shipped of Plant -
Walter Lee City
10 miles river
acres of front
#old locally by growers from here. night. I Improving.Rev. The revival services conductedby her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. church here Sunday. ,
Miss Lucille Crawford of Evergreen G. E. and L. Sullivan. and required 300 employes.
:Prices showed a slight Increase the McCauley and T. B. Rev. S. J. White, evangelist Miss Doris Reddish of Wateroak j
t k' i latter part of the week when a few spent the week-end here Plnholster attended church. services entertainer at the Christian church, Mrs. T. T. Bryan of Stuart, la the week-end with her sister,
.crates sold on the platform at four the guest of her cousin, Miss Mar- at Hampton Sunday. were a marked success. The church' visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. spent Mr Cohen Peele. : 0.. ... -,

I' and a half to five dollars per crate. tha Crawford. A. E. Maxwell, John Pinholster, received seven additions, and was I T. B. Triest. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier and'

i3, Red spider, an insect that la of Mf. and Mrs. Roy Grlffla of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hazen, Misses' spiritually revived. H children, were visitors to Starke
wt y great Injury to plants, Is still on Lawtey, were visiting his slater, Martha and Amy Groover and Lu- -. -- afternoon. ATLASThe

the rage and Is causing considerAble Mrs. L. J. Norman Saturday night. bedla Plnholster attended the bac- VANDERBILT Friday .

I' damage to the biggest proportion Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dryden of calaureate sermon at Hampton GREENWOOD' -I

of the strawberry patches. Evergreen, were visiting their Sunday night Carrie Hell Honmm, Cor. Standard Oil

before, uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs R. J. W Plnholster spent the week- M'.. Emmnlrn Prl..le, Cor. SAXTONMiss
,. Aa In but few instances
N. Crawford Saturday night. I
end GuaranteedOne
Jacksonville Tire
the strawberry season here has not Mr. and Mrs. Russell Redding of with his uncle Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Edwards and Viola Tyler, Cor. -
4" and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. C. A. and Morris Pringle were
until yet got in its regular swing Evergreen were visiting her mother daughter Flora, of Brooker, weredinnel'
1, j predict that It will a Baxter. transacting business In Jacksonville guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Year
yet growers
Mrs. Gasklns Sunday. Mrs. O. T. Nelson was In Starke Saturday -
Mandy Conerly of Gainesville
I little dater on about the middle A large crowd from here attended Thursday. A. Edwards Sunday.A .
c > .of April, but It Is the opinion of church at Evergreen Saturday la spending a few days herewith II. O. Rivers 9f Starke spent: a large crowd from this section I .N1eN1e'NNeiFrigidaire
this writer that if our season and Mrs. Sally Mott,, few days hens ,with his daughter, attended the singing convention at Miss Dorothy Swanbom waa the
1' night Sunday.
& .h doesn't officially get underway in I W. M. Reddish was a business Miss Mildred Morgan spent Monday -! Mra. Waldo Pringle. Corinth Sunday. guest of Miss Loca Belle Sumner

the next two weeks that this section visitor to Jacksonville Sunday af- night In Hampton with Miss I Mrs. Hester Sapp spent the Messrs. Kenneth "Nettles and Friday afternoon.

1 will be shot as far as straw- i, ternoon. Okle Hlnson. I week-end with her mother, Mra. J.. Carl Bates of Lake City, were visitors Mr. and Mrs. Bob Batton attended -

r1 berries are concerned for this year. Miss Iris Dicks returned to her Mrs. G. E. McCauley and daughter S. Rosier of Evergreen. in this section Sunday.Mr. church at Saxton Sunday.
Tr states farther up come in and Theo and Miss Bulah Lewis I Misses Viola and Gean Tyler the three
3J4 home at Dukes Saturday, after Mr. and Mrs. Cohen Peele were William Alvarez was visitIng year guar-
'e, we can hope for no sale then to spending the past several days were In Starke Wednesday. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Prin- In Raiford Sunday morning. {I were In Starke Saturday afternoon.

j amount to anything. here the guest of friends and rela- Mrs L. A. Mints and nephew gle Sunday afternoon.Mr. Messrs. Fred Halslop and J. R.. Mrs. Carl Taylor and Mrs. H. anted electric refrigerator \
Glen Crosby of Jacksonville attended church at Sax-
tives. spent St. Clair Moaeley was visiting Kelley of Corinth attended
1J, Messrs. George Coleman, M. F. Joe Dicks of Dukes Is spending part of last week here with her In Lake Butler Sunday after- meeting at Wateroak prayer ton Sunday.A .
Eddy, Mr. Andrews and Jack Donald this week here with his broth- parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Galney. I noon. night Wednesday new family moved to our settlement -

i of Lake Butler were here Sun- er-Inlaw, C. E. Crawford. E. A. and Perry Gainey were at- recently. They are Mr.
day and were visitors to the Flor- Mrs. Margaret Norman and tending to business In Starke Tues A large'crowd from here enjoyed Mra. Harry Edwards and daughters and Mrs. Hodge from Lake City. For Bale by

; ida State Farm.O. nephew Albert day. a delightful fishing trip to St. Helen and Susie Mae, were We are sorry to report Mr. H. D.Tylel' .
Ti spent
J. Orlffls of Lake Butler was days last week at Macclenny, GRAHAM __ __ __ __ __ ______ Augustine last week. visiting Mr. and Mra. J. C. Alvarez has been on the sick list fora

1 here Saturday on a business trip, the guest cf Mr and Mrs. John Miss Cleo Reynolds of Tampa, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie McClellan Friday. long time. We wish him a speedy

ilt: and was also a business visitor of Wright was visiting her mother Mrs. Etta spent the week-end at Evergreen recovery. Smith's Service !

'the Florida State Farm. Reynolds here Friday. visiting friends. People totally without personality .
Brady Bryan of Jacksonville, an I Mr. and Mrs. Willard Smith and neither Irritate nor Infuriate.
i& employee of the U. S. postofflce of "Certainly, giving farm people a sons, J. W., and Paul of Wlndemere Clean land for growing chicks you.
4 that city, was here Saturday. Mr. square deal Is fundamental In any were visiting their parents, Mr. and means land on which chickens have DOUBLE RUN Station

Bryan Is a brother of the local civilization, for they keep the Mrs. L. C. Smith Sunday. not run, and no poultry manure has Boys go away to do better and MlM Hoods Brow. Cor.
postmaster, S. A., Bryan. wolf from the door of the world Mrs. C. F. Westbrooks left been spread, tor,at least a year. they must keep a firm hold on that

Ernest Hewitt, former principal and should be well paid for doing Thursday for her home In Omega Worms' often !live in the'.soil that I Intention or they will be side Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Griffin of Starlce, Fla.

1 ., of the local school, was through .o.-Dr. Ruby Green Smith. Ga., after spending several weeks, long. tracked. Lawtey were guests of Mr. and
r here a few days ago e route! toackaonvl1le. I

h i Mrs. OHe .Thompson of Jackson DOROTHY DARNIT By Charles McManua

ry ,F grille, came came here last week
y to make her home for a while withMfr ..... .
and Mob !Gordon. WELL 9o RE/ You tAOw rfai "" AM ANQ 50 I ;, CuCSs MV FEE
: 9 w SN lrbsrQ f" ocT
fY 9 / r io r \ S
'" Zr -, WHY i1 JVS7 ti GooD
f+Clrr e>*V, IEIT vri
"i Local Team Whips Lake Bullet qJ DID 'voo t MY FloE T :

',i r The local baseball club defeat- '"'' .
E qd a team composed of players ., "
Butler here Sunday afternoon '
Lake -' -
a from .. J .
r In a fast an Interesting .-.-..-.. .,. ,
of 0-2 In favor .
? game to the tune 1
't of the locals.
tip until the last of the third
i'' inning the locals nor the visitors
+r had not a score, but after that time

"r I the local boys began to rack up

p several that resulted In a victoryfor

; The them.boys have been putting income f"' ? I''

,,1 L L: good practices lately and are I't

I: f hoping to make a mark this year U
p tt nothing unforseen turns up to

cause them any delay. This Is
their third game since practice began C..fft(.

r and out of the three two have -
; Yr been victories. Ira Young, pitcher -

he,can has work some if very supported good stuff thorough that "THE MAIN THING ON 1 MAIN STREET Bi L" F.\ Van ZelrnPubzz

1" and from the looks of things .
ly Run
I now he should have no trouble in ..m.. .t ( META DOPE"fs.ceQE< { tAQ'llEE* HE I WISH! ?

t :. getting plenty from the boys later ..t eoPICE 'iFiRGE ALARM A4Y-T t,. RAM S MILES AFTER ME IM

; on if they keep their pace up aa MAIM STREEI'4 't. ... tXJWM: B* -Q.4R HClT 1 TO
11I 1 started. COMPLETEDOPEY tElypAPEQ' .. GM qu3RI 1<9 Itf. Art -au.
? 1 The mattress repair shop that DILL-DULL sEla, i Eta 'stagy 'r'1t '

f rk; was to be opened here by Percy : GoSa we\i eeSOQE !Vr I WAS M NUTTY' Rrlt Sw6! rlAln
Fr' n' Q
Caaon 1s not yet in operation, because STlLL CHASES FIRES WMEM HE OVER ,FIQE9 A<=> NE e eBAO _
w { of a lack of parts for ma- FaYDS WE'RE JESt I"o! X BELIEVE I'D

'" A -jMAMe 1r

". p D non reported. DOPEY EMU..DULL, -

p.D{ 'tieE Ybv4i'1 DIJMB-g1ilL,
,. v Fox Hunting Become NightlySport I' ''
Around RaIford I TN>:r HAD MM twtsmd
,. One night it la bridge, with some, ; All 'OVER tCWflTEQDAY YES- 1 ?
I others play regular old "set-back" LOOKJN4 K>d \g I

qy and some give a J. Wellington : I A FIRE AriD 'fiERti 'J

Wimp party, "You come up to my tfrWJNT Affil rti I
ii; house for an oyster dinner-you .
p' bring the oysters". But a certain t -

amount of the younger set of boys --
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Editor of the most interesting programs We are glad to' welcome Marshall Miss Ray's first grade has donea t Ir +I

REDGE! ROBINSONExchange of the elementary department Bouvier back to our room. He unit of work recently which they )

Editor was rendered by the first has been going to school In Miami. have enjoyed very much. They

HARLEY grade C and,, D under the supervision I Katherine Stafford and Alex have studied "The Cow", finding .
ABBIE of their teacher Miss Hazel Blake have made 100 per cent on twenty-eight products which are ;

Literary Editor Underhill. spelling so far this month. very useful and almost necessary

I LUCILLE EDWARDS The program was in the form We won the prize for having the to man. They colored carbon cop

Editor of a spring operetta; the stage largest number of patrons presentat ies of the gentle bossy. One of the

Sports INMAN portraying a woodland scene with the last P. T. A. meeting. We pupils, Marjorie Davis, brought a 'N I u ui
JOHN i a beautiful springtime fairy, which were given fifty cents to buy our fine toy cow from home which OSCM YN 'I +
Society Editor was little Doris Prevatt. prize; but we haven't .chosen one made many of the little ones ask

JOYCE MAST 'I As the curtain was drawn at the yet.Harold at first, "Is it alive?" i

Class Reporters beginning of the program, little Bishop spent Sunday hi Poems extoling the cow were

Grade, Jennie Dunn voices from back-stage were singing Gainesville.Mrs. also used In this Interesting unit / I l J :
2tn; Hart the week-end In of work. ;
ith Grade Bunnle Canoes, softly, "Springtime in the spent

Marjorie Stump Rockies." which was very impres I Georgia S -

Grade, Louise Snyder9th slve. This was followed by appropriate -! We have selected the artist Johanna JOKES
> '
Grade, Hazel Lennon readings and songs by; the George Meyer's motto as
little folks. i ours, "Make the most or your time;
joke Editors Mac: "I'm so smartI took first 4.Y
This showed It never returns.
program some excellent "
CLYDE MORGAN prize at school today. MYurounraer
talent and training in the Earl George had a birthday Wed } *rt i% > r ,
Mac's Dad: "Well.that's, Inter- A7 T rr47Y-FWb : r ;
WORK AND PLAYa way of public speaking and voice. nesday. He was thirteen years esting. fI

The audience was delighted witha old.The Mac: "Yes, and It's good the

following theme was writ- song to the "Robin" by Bobble following poem was written teacher didn't see me or I'd had to a' r I LATL3TENOEAVOR7
10: McRae, also a to the "Tulips"by by Mildred Williams: r
Grace Adklns, grade song put it back. V II I LDrZIOA YA f,
work Doris Prevatt. 1/ \ '
know that one 1 ) RO R41v1
pIe The little folks with their teacher SENIORS
Mr. "No
he can play Gray: woman ever \ )7JiJiIr
iere may be temporary profit enjoy putting on programs very takes another woman's advice 4 ;11
Today they are with us here, dG
lot permanent gain from work much and are planning to take about folks" f1
life of much part on a high school programsoon. Tomorrow-who can say?
from a Marjorie: "Naturally.. You.don't
no play Every year we see them go ,
I little work-- -- : ask them every hour to win the i i i'M Fd f
and wv Will we see them in a future day T I r
!, profit grows In no pleasure war.'M
machine cantand JUNIORS IN AFTER LIFE
u human wAnd
?; the Each has his own idea of life,
a strain from which there Mr. Larson: "When will you
builds up a castle in Spain;
relief. learn that razors are not made to
temporary Just ten years have run
i One achieves to the height of his "
j work and no play, makes Since our graduation, dream; sharpen pencils
dull no variety en- Mrs. Larson: "Oh, Just as soon as
!non very ; And the memory of it brings a Another Is Just dust In the rain.
into his life and he fails to ac- sigh; you learn that hairpins weren't

stimulus and exhaustion Back in thlrty-foah made to clean pipes."
t the They all have some kind of a i
h always comes with, change. Just a decade ago chance
and play are Mr Gray: "A E. tell me all you '
Hinted that games When we parted from old Brad- MIAMI ;
In this world of today, r "
ecessary aa work, when you ford High. I A chance to make good, know of the Bohemians." r FLORIDA'S New BUSINESS I iONE-Ef DAILY !] ;
when A. E. "A Bohemian Is a
but you : person
I hard;
play If find the '
they right s
way.Leta treatment'
k do not play at all. We've sure bad to fight who will take you to dinner If you HOW WILD CREATURES CARE Blood was oozing from the feath- would continue the pitch u

imericans play more than other And dig since that night will lend him $1." FOR THEMSELVES WHEN SICK ers, dyeing them red. Never until he was well again. t Q!
give them a cheer, When the wild creatures get sick.: i + rk '
,le we are the most prosperous When we bid Alma Mater goodbye -- whimpering, she walked down to ?
; And for the beet.We'II .
hope can't call doctor They must:.
they a
Lillian: "I'm afraid, Harry, thatI
the near-by creek and used her
M on earth. ; give them a start; '" Instinct teaches the wild things rely on their wits and on instinct yt ;> t
which compels one to will never see you In Heaven. sound wing to flip water: over the
But from what I hear
nythlng They'll do the rest! how to care for themselves In sick ;
to effect And seem
nit of doors, which makes him We're none worse for wear Harry: "Great guest! What have ness and in health Animals and damaged member, washing It thor a cure they 1 ; 4
deal of i
to commonsense
". a good
the deeply and use all his musIn Since our farewell to old Bradford NOTE OF THANKS you been doing now? birds Invariably do the right thing oughly. This duty performed, she use at such times. At any rate ,1R ; 9 6 ,
and not over walked a slanting tree that had
well-balanced up f
High. when disease attacks them. They
avail themselves of ; 'y,
Is- to be encourag- Mark Anthony may have been fallen against another one, Jumped they every
nt exercise The Nutrition Committee wishes rest. Where human beings continue curative they know.-Henry -,
We've some roved away, have no poker shark, but he held some their labors if at all the out on a tiny limb, and hid in agency
to thank all who helped so I possible, Graham In Our Dumb Animals. .
out door contestsmen While chose to pretty hands !In his days. a dense bit of vegetation. The limb
ere are more some stay greatly In getting and serving the lower creatures take It easy
I Gi
than for women. Where the girls are a treat for the soup. Much credit Is due the One day on the western desert I on which she perched was too small Elizabeth received; 4''
women Eldredge: "Did you ever take for vermin such as weasels or In 1B60 Queen
Is enjoyed by
ketball + +
eye; ladies who have made the project encountered a coyote that was
keenly as by most men, though For one we can't catch successful, and to the sixth grade her to a dance and after paying at sick. I could tell he was not well minks to climb and being screened as a gift her first pair' of knitted j
\ the the door, find that you had only by dense vegetation, she was sato silk stockings. ;
game. that's match
cannot play Nowhere, a girls who so kindly served. because of his lazy, Indifferent
For the belles at old Bradford Madge Middleton, Chairman seventeen cents left? Then, aftera manner, and the watery solution from the prying eyes of hawks or ,- I, j B" 4

j ACADEbHOTCONTESTepresentatives High. -_____ _H rotten evening of worry have the that dripped from his eyes. Ordi- eagle. Rare Judment this. Not all Sequoia, trees were named inv: ,

TAG DAY I dear young thing suggest, 'Let's narily a coyote runs away upon human beings, even, would be honor of the Indian who perfected, G
eat. And while you were won- smart enough to resort to such a phonetic Cherokee alphabet oft j
of the classes Our teachers, also, I the approach of a human being, but
tory, English, spelling eland Have all had to go, The Juniors, under the directionof dering how to break the news havea this desert wolf scarcely paid any strategy. The bird was able to 83 characters

i geometry attended the And maybe we're going to aryl! Eldredge Robinson sold tags allover friends come up and say: 'Hello, attention to me, lying stretchedout i come down once In a while for food I .
old man! Here's that ten dollars I and water, and could rest on the SELECT ARMY r I
let contest held at Andrewn We weren't very thick Bradford County Saturdayand at full length in the blistering
High School Saturday, With those at the stick as a result of the sale the borrowed last monthl"Neither heat of the noon-day summer sun. limb until the wing healed.I STRAWBERRY PLANTS I ''r
did I. u
> 25.: Our school was repre- When we went to dear old Bradford Junior treasury was increased by the animal evidently knew the cur- have seen many strange Incidents Grown on the Famous Easter: '' + Y A' o''' i

ed 100 per cent as to contest- High.Whether approximately $10. The Juniors Genevieve "Miss-Florence ative value of the sun's rays. dealing with wild life In the Shore of Maryland and i ;r t + 'i

wish to thank all who bought a : mayI Being Interested In nature study, woods. One morning, while climb- Delaware) l '

lie following students partlcl- here or away, tag. ask you a question? Gen- t hid behind a near-by rock to see Ing a timbered slope, I encountereda In our Nurseries, comprising j.

In the contests: Mildred We're all nearing grey, Miss"Florence: "Certainly, what he would do. For perhaps' tiny fawn that had a slight more than one thousand acres of M1 '

gaD, Lucille Edwards, Jimmy And some of us have had to die; SIXTH GRADE evieve. halt an hour he lay there perfectly wound In Its side, probably the result land In Delaware and Maryland, ti it '
Genevieve: "If a boy is a lad
'ire) and Herbert Packham for But wherever you go, still. Then he arose slowly, walk- of a fall sometime., Unobserved we have some excellent straw s a fi

ory; Mildred Morgan, Harmon That's YOUR tough luck, so What Would Happen lit and the lad has a step-father, does ed over to a patch of grass, and I watched the pretty little I berry soil which producee plant j !

gaD, Alice Mast, Louise Snyfor Don't blame that on old Bradford Mae and AWe Mae 'didn't giggleIn that make the lad a stepladder T"I began eating ravenously. It was a fellow lick the wound with its free from root-knot, a menaceto tl

English, Martha Slade for High. -schoolT kind of grass that animals eat clean, pink tongue In order to remove strawberry production In _

tang; Keeffee Harrell and Blake Alma didn't ask to take up. the Such Is Man when their digestive system is at the accumulation of blood. many sections of the country. 4 s a +I;

luon for Algebra, Marjorie When from those we love papers When he is born, his mother fault Doubtless this coyote had Then he did a still stranger thinghe When placing your orders with '
and above Clara didn't a new pair of gets the attention; at his marriage, went over to a pine-tree, which r
mp Harry.Tyson for geom- We're taken get Intestinal Influenza, Including a us :you are assured of getting ,
To that land of bliss In the sky; anklets every week? the bride gets it; at his funeral the genuine old-fashioned stomach was thickly covered with gummy plants free from all traces or''

We'll form a glad throng Alma was to stand by a boy In widow gets it. I ache. pitch, and rubbed against the tree disease and true-to-nam; plant. '" '

NIOR BENEFIT PICTURE And burst forth in song spelling match? The National .4-H Club Radio That grass would act as a kind for several minutes. How it must properly graded and put up for j' a,' a

The mem'rles of old Bradford High. Mellle didn't wear a different of medicine. Another half-hour have hurt him! shipment to reach you la excellent 41F
Program for April will be broad-
*"he Juniors sponsored the pic- -Lester Austin. dress every day? cast over a coast-to-coast NBC passed, during which the animal He was gritty, however, and con condition. The price Is |2.OQ> f {
"You Said a Mouthful," fea- Alma didn't bite her fingernails rested. Then he Jumped up and tinued until the cut was heavily per 1.000. "i )
network from 12:30: to 1:80: p. m.,
tag Joe
E. Brown Wednesday ? covered with The for Place your order with ,
COMMERCIAL TOPICS EST, Saturday April 1. Music dashed off over a neighboringknoll pitch. reason r
moon of last week. The pat- Due to lack of Doris made an out in baseball? his Hashed L. G. COVCIIpl'M8Dtlnl' # '
finances, there will be played by the U. a Ma- apparently feeling fit as a doing so through my ;
|fans age of of the student-body, and will be no commercial contests this Melba was to,sing in music? rine Band, and the educational value fiddle mind Instantly The ill-smelling BonUngV Nurses !

the" Starke made it possible year. We hope to arrange for of club work will be stressedby On another occasion I cam upona pitch would keep files and other los, Inc., ShelbyvUIe: Delaware iI
[ Juniors to clear 1705. Intra-mural contests a little later. Our attendance has been better club members from Virginia and grouse with a broken wing Insect pests away. I figured be and BhowcU, Maryland. <}
during the last week. We are almost oS
Alabama and club leaders with the

-I reviews ready and to we begin are our trying semester to be U. S.: Department of Agriculture SCHOOL DAYS By DWIG

i-: + Do You Know? + present every day. we can Labor sweetens rest, is an old I .1 t
FIFTH GRADE NEWS I saying, but it only means u
labor. flaw TI.1.SYfeef A1'brt.N'IO" rli Y ,
Tie! wept swats b ,
Wer are really studying now as 1'LL Savi n1et: .
Ftr>w Denny 1 ,
we have only one month more of I OVt.n ..WORktN "SON& 'M ....r PR",aa' + ,
school and all of us want to be in ; Mt f'\AA.'I'.5 hSlteP B'I TMy

the sixth grade next term. ERVESvi M\lMUA.IHG STFlUlM.f l l I W+D A NUrsil>r
Elbert Edwards celebrated his \. W 6e+R'.r, D+STOgD NoT 'e ts': waAT Nh0 WS tails ,(

f thirteenth birthday. Friday, March MOIL SU1f'1&eft'NI MEA'' t j? ? I t f

n ; ;
are glad to have Billy Sil- /1 ppDPT OFPo +

cox back with us. He has been fRoz blMtKj ,
> ITS 5 l lAu.
sick for several days.FIFTH gwHT'! jIF

.GRADE You Rue snow 14fttL IpOK KaoO 'f+ rj,' ,
1 a2.m YOV / +
1w e -. ART FUwtl W11e10JT NO + i! Y,
We are glad to have Lamar Ed- qF f74' pyylww. ( M, W11? E1RS a woNT tx. I I Ii
wards and Idell Webb back In' i gonl Knew ,

school, after having missed sev- ri we! SO ,

eral days on account of sickness.

Alice Peterson had a birthdaylast

Friday and was twelve years ,

,il "Jl' What Would Happen Ifs wY, r
Grace was tardy?
v. Frank bad his arithmecllc on i IJP TO your ears In work
every; nerve at hJchena10Q.
iLftiJt time rOrville N. wonder at the wife
: ;yon snap
** ': Mae knew what was be- .and bark at the children. *L 1
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t 3 ?
ing said? Watch oat I Overworked _
Iva and Frankie giggled? nerves may lead to Sleepless. .

S -- ness. Nervous Headache. N rv-. t
March Hinds see Indigestion and a host of ;

ether unpleasant disturbances.

March is the windiest month of alL Why' cion & 7try Dr. Mile
Effervesces Nerrn Tablets?
Skies are bright and blue- .Just one in sv half glass of hAU1' 6
I But when It comes to flying kitesIt water makes a pleasant, prkBnc -

comes for me and you. drink daU..WQ1Jr; soothing _
S to over-tued nerves. _
THIRD GRADE HUe* Nervine .fa BOW
We wrote little letters to Enos t to two forms Liquid and

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M hT the largest dam of Its kind In the world Is the Gouin dam or( We are beginning a study of the the same$ljM at soothing yew drag offset star* b"I" .: : j ___

trtlclti 8sint! Maurice River In northern Quebec' Th dam forms a" Japanese people this week. We .
lake covering 300 miles with s storage capacity of 160 expect to learn many interesting _

ii 5geQhdotpebNOweuated.nThorder to build the dam s number of things about those people. J1corlntNeRA1IMG

house that ones formed the1rri Harry Kellum,. Edith Forsyth,
> now oovored by many feet of _ta... The dam gets Its namOl Earl Johns and Alma Johns have n
forms} and the wattr Is UMd tol II NERVINE
Prim minister' of Quebee
aVldo returned to school after being absent
9tojVhCtrl' energy Only| a portion of the dam Is shown In thj] for some time. T "aLl!: :.s The. grRtctjetl.


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I'' ; < ,' ----SENATOR. -. ----MANNb'------ I'Nc's; -Attention to Pry. f: Vrs\vs as Well as

:h : : ocict i- I State, Capital-. Front oJ I .;/ ; j Woman's & ,ui a

1 Governor Sholtz has made public

j some startling facts brought to Multiple Mirrors of Inintu/
.. trV light -in a recently completed audit -
of the books of the State Board able Service in Improv,
D. O. WILL MEET ing the host and hostess many 1 of Barber Examiners.

:\VEDNESDAY more happy birthdays. I The board was created May 20 ing GeneralAppearance.
1031 and the audit covered Its activities -
The W. T Weeks Chapter, U. EASTERN STAR 10 HAVE for a twenty-one month By v. VTVAUDOU

r D. C., will meet Wednesday, April SILVER TEA period ending February 28, 1933. i Consultant, National Beaun Maria

fith, at three-thirty o'clock, at the The original board memberswere I A woman most be beautiful "com
home of Mres A. M. Darby. Hostesses A silver tea will be given by V. V. Voght and Stanley A. I,ing and going" If she Is to achieve'

: Mrs. Darby, Mrs. H. B. Mc-! members of the Eastern'' Star at Sweeting whose resignations were I real distinction. ri .

Xendon and Mrs. J. T. Moore. the Woman's Club House Tuesday,, (I accepted effective February 1, Entirely too many women
e April Oth, at four o'clock.A 1933. The third member, W. S. I. !great attentionand
:ftV. M. S. CIRCLE delightful and entertaining Matthews, was suspended from care to the
:3UEETING MONDAY program has been arranged for this membership January 26 of this front I view of ,7p
0 affair. Miss Lucile Mitchell will year. I ; their' faces and q

The circles of the Woman's Mi.i !.- give a reading, Miss Marjorla The report of the auditor disclosed the front of
i Vlonary Society of the Methodist Stump will sing, and vocal selec- that what tew records were i their coiffures

church will meet Monday afternoonat tions will be rendered by Mrs. E. kept by the board were so mixedup and almost al
three-thirty. Circle Number 1 L. Biggs, Mrs. A. Z. Adklns and and Incomplete that it was difficult t together neglect

y t will be entertained by Mrs. T. J. Mrw. George Flynn. i to gain an accurate pictureof the profile
f' I Griffin and Mrs N. T. Rltch. Circle Hostesses for the afternoon will Its operations. and back views:

;; '. Number 2 will be entertained be Mrs. W. E. Middleton and Mrs. No dally record of cash was kept, In this critical,' .

i! ;ro by Mrs. L. D. Vining and Miss W. E. Torode. Mrs. C. A. Knightand no record of deposit. In banks, fees age, yon must
t at the home of the Mrs. C. A. Futch will I Ir be above reproach
Florence Wood I pour Senator J. M. Mann will be leav- i received with applications were e
former. I tea. The public Is cordially invited ing In a few days for Tallahassee r merely noted on the envelope. ;! In every

f t I to be present. where he hopes to assist In doing Dates, application. numbers and v.viv.udau aspect of good
4 (CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR. I some real legislative work. Senator permit numbers were ko confused i: grooming. Th ; I
: BAPTIST W. M. U. MET Mann pledges the same loyalty to it was next to impossible to check back of your hend is very Important
Members of the Christian Endeavor MONDAYThe\ If ball
the 15th Senatorial District that them. and especially so your
,' held their business! meeting for renewals of Is bobbed. Be sure that your wavt k
he did In his campaign. I 113 applications i
p Tuesday evening: at the manse. regular business and program I I permits were'issued at $3.00 when I Is gracefully curved across the barb }

,y Splendid semi-annual reports meeting of the Baptist W. ItojIlOLT' TO PRESENT the charge should have been $5.00.,) i or If your bob Is straight that then
were given by the young people, M. S. was held at the church on PROGRAM TO SOLONS $5.00 when are no uncomplimentary partings ot '
Others: were charged I t t tV
r' a and the election of officers was Monday afternoon with a large at-; the fee should have been $3.00. 25 long hairs that have found the!, g g, '

ye, t held. The officers elected were as tendance.: The devotional was led ,' (Continued from page 1.) applications showed remittances of I way Into the wrong plat' .
; follows: Miss Marjorie Stump, by the president Mrs. A. M. Darby credit make the mistake of
made but putting
to do what $:::1.00 had been
here ,
s,, t' president; Miss Lucille Mitchell, who read Luke 2:13-20: and pose I came )I and powdeifrom
I best for the general good of was only given for $3.00. on your rouge
vice president Mrs. M. W. Mor talked: of the Bible study topic seems
; ,
the front view alone. Tour
covered proDie
Hence I will not try to I During the period by a
row, treasurer; Miss Helen Hereereau "Men of Good Will". This was followed the State. available I Is the truest guide to the softness
I or cram audit, such records as were
r y secretary. Plans were dis* by prayer by Mrs. W. J. assume legislative powers lawmakers."It showed that 6,445, applications l'I and naturallnesa that ever'
cussed and made for the Easter Epperson and the topic of the anything down the duty to 1 were received with net re- smart woman desires In her make
the governor's
Sunrise prayer meeting. month "Building World Peace on Tour for Instance, ,
t lead the way celpts represented as $55,344.00. ; up. rouge/ maybe
; make suggestions-to I I
the Word, was discussed by Mrs.
beautifully blended in front and
of the
4 uniformity of purpose The operating expense |
will be
; AIRS. W. II. ANDREWS Darby, assisted by ::1>11'1. J. H. Lord. so there and design. I. expect to do i was given J43.863.00.., The prin- still\ give yon a barsh line near your ,
The routine business was trans- I The to detect this
ENTERTAINS ears. only way
andI item of being ,salarIes -
cipal expense
of ability
that to the best, my
acted after which Mrs. Darby reada j .
Is to get a profile view of your fare.
i of the
l t article "Shall feel sure the members .of the and traveling) expenses Ann Harding Illustrates Why Men Rave About
Interesting on
y On Tuesday afternopn at. her very Legislature will co-operate... I,.do. board memberi, which totaled $24,,; Multiple mirrors. or the proper "Woman's Crowning Glory"can
We Crowd God Out of Our I
? :home on Walnut street Mrs. W. H. not expect to try to dictate orominate. 587.99. combination and arrangement of two"mirrors
attendance contest resulted in
> / .Andrews was hostess to members ." at least'should be need be swung Into various positions extremely unflattering in the I Iliouette.
Circles No. 1 and 3 having to en- ; 'a v-
kn of her club. tertain Circle No. 2 at some date The governor did not discuss details ,The state government accordingto The Ideal Is ttl triple mirror full IS quite acceptable" I And eveu when you I
The living room, where the In the near future. Circle No. 1 of his plan, or the contentsof a statement by Governor Dave length. If this Is not possible then But it Is not enough to be the nest face creams and PO"( I

1 guests spent a pleasant afternoon has the church flowers and the his message to the Legislature. Sholtz, costs only seven cents of a smaller triple mirror on your equipped with ample mirror fnclil! : you'll find your general spiv',
9l, 4 playing bridge, was tastefully decorated for He said the message will not require each dollar paid in taxes, while the dressing table Is desirable U ties. Use them regularly and use will be vastly Improved) If filii
t> ''f !t with garden flowers and program April. more than SO minutes for delivery local government of cities and neither of these are available, then them profPrI1.'on nay, he surprised careful of the rear and aide
3 ; pot plants. and that he will deliver It counties costs 93 cents. Bond debts two full length mirrors one of themon to find how often a gown that To be truly beautiful you i

ti At the close of the game the personally to members of both leg- form the heaviest burden of these I the back of a door so that It seems becoming from a front view Is be beautiful "coming and lolD

hostess served a sweet course to In the __.. ,
HIGHLAND islative branches assembled : municipalities he said. n -- -------- --
4' : the guests. Those present were chamber of the House of Repre- "A great part of our tax problem stars In Hollywood who uses no Public buildings for rei

u,+t ,+ :Mrs. Sam Anderson, Mrs. A. W. M.\ E. Crews, Cor. sentatives. lies in the solution of the local makeup whatsoever. He disdainsthe Gum Branch foundlings existed in Rome It|
li'W' ) ;Anderson, Mrs. Nellie Martinez and Some Featuree of Program debt question which will be one of use of grease paint and appears I I 6th century.

i Mrs.: Orle Wiggins. Points of the general programthe our principal projects during the natural In all his pictures. Elizabeth Harnage, Cor.
Friends of Mrs. J. W. Griffis will governor already has discussed coming legislature," the governorsaid. BOREE & GIDDE&1FCJVEIIAI

'" MR. AND MRS. C. A. KNIGHT be glad to learn that she is Improv-i publicly include: DIRECTORS
( et ''ENTERTAIN AT BRIDGE ing after a serious eye operation. Creation of t debt commission\ "It may be wise," he added, "for Boy Scout NewsLast Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dobbs have as Casket At Dt Benactt'K.plMT Room WarebouM Nmr

She Is at St. Luke's Hospital, to adjust all bond debt Issues. the state government through the their guests this week: Mrs. W. F LICENSED EMRAMIER"Ambolnnee

: \ Lovely Amaryllis and other gar Jacksonville. Reduction of State appropriations budget board or some other meansto Harnage, Mrs. R. C. Groover, Mrs. Xrrvlrt"Alwnra
den flowers decked the home of Mr. MUs. Ollle Marr and Mrs. Annie as recommended by the State supervise'local;} expenditures so Friday the Starke Troop of W. H. Groves and eons Edward Hcmd Phone II-03t4
s C r .and Mrs. C. A. Knight Friday evening : Lee of Starke, visited Mrs. Budget! Commission In a report.already that econom ,'will be state-wide in Boy Scouts, in a body, journeyedto school and Earl, and daughter, Irene, and 85 to a. Rlv... .. Are. Jackie
via two
when' they entertained at RutUJMarr. here Friday.. made public, and passage of counties' districts\ and cities. Jacksonville, Miss Allle Harnage
;{' ; bridge. I Mrs,. H C. Wimberly and C. M. no new appropriations unless reve- The ,state; government has reduce buses, to play basketball with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Harnage were See Charles Ibackl
i4; .Several progressions of the game Griffla were visitors to Jacksonville i nue la specifically provided to meet ; its budget .for the comingtwo Troop 5 of that city. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H.
( i several days last week. 28 cent by rigid Jacksonville topped our boys Keene Sunday. ELECTRICAL CONTRAC
f per
al were enjoyed, and at the conclusion -, them.
of 17 to 12. Our
!' of the play scores were added.I E. M. Padgett of Jacksonville, No additional taxes and no sales economy. Local government shoulddo with a final score inch of the Misses Gladys Keene, Doris Ker- [ And all Kinds of Appllann
wail stopped by to see some of his old said the 'the said. Scouts fought every sey and Elizabeth Harnage were
; and prizes awarded the winners of, tax. The Chief Executive has same, governor Repaired.
and all starredfor
i way, however, boys
Miss Jeanette Carter Mon-
e + high. Mrs E. M. Johns made high i friends here Thursday. Mr. Pad- he will veto a sales tax. I Starke. Troop S will come here visiting 818 East Call Street
? for the ladles. High genUeman was gett was a a resident of Highland Retention of the present seven The board of commissioners of soon to engaged us in soft ball, solet's day afternoon.A .
crowd from here attend-
-.4k Dr. E. L. Biggs. for many.years. cents a gallon tax on gasoline fof. State institutions have authorized t large
The hostess served tempting refreshments -I I Miss Myrtle and Vlrgle Griffis, the next two years only, to meet, Governor Sholtz to appoint an en- get going.Don't books ed..the sing at Corinth Sunday. All
forget your
h to the guests, who Romeo Prescott and C. M. Griffis the current demand for revenue. ) gineer' to make a complete \survey reported a nice time.
a k were: Mr. and Mrs. D. P. I visited in Jacksonville Sunday. There has been no official state- of all stab.!,Instltutlou to determine and come class early Scout.tonight to a Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey, Mr. for the wed|
t carpen-I II E. Prescott was a business visitor of second Many more and Mrs. E. E. Yarbrough and son, Send $1e
ter, Mr. and Mrs O. L. ment regarding the distribution what repairs are needed surprises are In store for the troop. Chism and Doris months/
,4 'and Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Judge and to Lawtey Tuesday. funds collected as gasoline taxes' now and dirVlng the next two years. will be held tonight Charney, Rudolph
;.4)) Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mr. and Mrs. I Mrs. Nelson T. Green and children but It was said on good authority) The governor asked that this Meeting Friday at 7 m. at the Kersey were visiting relatives In
(Friday) p.
tIy_ H, C. Wall and Mrs. El M. Johns of Starke, spent.Sunday here the present plan is expected to be survey be made in order that all I armory. Jacksonville Saturday night and THEAtlantic
.1 Sunday.
,Li with relatives allowed to stand unchanged. the needs of',theT institution may Let's Troop 70. Initiationsand Monthly
tV : TWINS CELEBRATE Mrs. H. C. Wimberly, Miss M. E. of automobile at go C
Reduction In the amount be known JV l.! cared for one how. Parents and friends as '
'4 l t 'BIRTHDAY Ricks and Carson Griff,were visItors license fees. 'There' has time, thus Vyqiding a series of requests usual Invited. BIRTHS Make the most of your rea
N :t ( to Starke Sunday. i been no official statement regardIng for minor repair jobs at fu- are hours. Enjoy the wit, the \I'U'
R. D. Card Scoutmaster. '
Mr. and Mrs. Zary Crawford,
t ; 'A delightful affair of the weekend Strawberry shipments have other revenue for )schools,'.if : ture'board meetings. ; ,. I'I'I [ S dom, the companionship II

1 I n '- i was a birthday party given for dropped off considerable, and the the price of tags Is.cut.; I I II HOUND AND SQUARE DANCE! .Starke Mr. ;and girl, Mrs.March Schell 24. Fowler, charm that have made the ATj
i Elaine and Elbert Edward cele- growers claim it will be about two Elimination and consolidation of Attorney 6lneral> < Gary D. :Landis American LANTIC. for seventy
: 1 Legion Auxiliary Brooker March 27.
; *$rating: their thirteenth birthday. weeks before they are plentiful many governmental departments ,I rdaintalns his opinion that Florida la sponsoring another In the series years, America's most quote

Larkspur, nasturtiums, phlox3&nd again. and actlvtiea. cannot legally enjoy the benefitsof of charity dances being held every In 1847 San Francisco's popula- and most cherished magazlntjSend
: e a kr i I; ferns' decorated the home of J. L. Butts made a business trip Elimination of the fee system of Federal modification as long as Friday night at the Legion hall. tion was 459; five years later It $L .(mentioning this i IL1

L); their parents Mr. and Mrs. J. W.TMwards to Jacksonville Saturday. compensation for .county and district the "bone dry" amendment passedby Music is furnished by the Orange was 38,134. owing to gold
for this occasion. Mr. S. J. Starling continues officers, all being placed on a I the legislature In 1918 remains Grove diecovert' to
': ,Welners were roasted after the quite ill at his home east of here; straight salary basis. unchanged and that this change. 8 ArlH
ti many guests arrived. Afterwards J. W. Griffis, G. P. Griffis and'Louis Will Ask Action on Dry Laws : can' be accomplished only by a The Atlantic Monthly Boston

games were played, and later the Norman were transacting Governor Sholtz said he will ask ;vote of the J people !In general,I I ton St.,

fuests!; were Invited into* the dining business in Lawtey Tuesday. I the Legislature to submit the question -. election. : ? I

rt zoom where cake and punch were a M ': of repealing the Eighteenth I I The attorney general bases his I L { + j 1 e.

r eerved.! Flogging was aoouaned in the'U. Amendment to the Constitutionand opinion on the fact that the Florida
I le After refreshments had been S. Navy in 1860 in the Armyin Florida's own prohibition constitution ''prohibits- manufacture For]
,'f' i served! the presents were opened 1861 and in the in amendment to the people for decision I I and sale of not only all intoxicating I Summer School

I and then the guests departed, wish 1881. -First through a conventionand I 'ibeverages but also all Teachers And
second through popular vote. I I alcoholic beverages. The word "al 1'" -' y rt 'It I Iaq ,

W1k : Women's Clubs Adopt Resolution He has not said whether he will coholic" he Contends Is the stumbling I StudentsBradford

recommend or approve any legislation block.
Urging Adequate Funds for Schools designed to make Florida i ,_ County Hlg'j tWI
IIff1 been
School has
I Hodges will as
laws conform to Federal laws with I. Senator W. ,,,chairman "I
: course
regard to 3.2 per cent,beer and 1 "or"the"kFlorlda Century of' custom, offer I I.*
:; I reV
t N' The Florida Federation of Wom emergency legislation be pre wine. However authoritative Progress Commission; announced''' 1 teacher-training Wl

en's Clubs at their 39th annual convention sented and passed on the opening sources here say the governor will I Thursday that. financial arrangements -') ., courses In preparation first, prof*Islonal
In Avon Park, March 14J.7 day session of Legislature, April 4, sign beer bill if one Is passedby hav"5 been completed;which I Ij t third, second, to-
4 ,: L; adopted the following resolu to provide the necessary funds to the legislature. I I j insure Florida's participation ini, and State special [

tion and request individual club the schools to take the place of The governor also has 'been silent -I the Century of Progress Exposition : tificates.
LM members: throughout the state to the shortage from the anticipatedfunds regarding his attitude about at Chicago this year e&r If desired these courses I

E a 'j1ve this matter their serious consideration appropriated by last Legislature any changes in Florida laws legalIzing I While the exact nature of these will begin Monday April 1|

I, and take it up with so that our schools can con horse and dog racing and arrangements was not made and continue until May 31.
their before the tinue to operate for their full term. I Senator .elites"Necessary I
,1; representatives pari-mutuel wagering at tracks. known Hodges will be 1 II
meeting of the legislature next Be It further resolved, that the The State Racing Commission Itself loans have been! procured i The teaching A. GW ,
of Prof. Leon |
t '4 month. Legislature appropriate, for the recommended seven comparatively -, to carry on the work of the Charge Perkins
"' 2 Revolution No. It next bi-ennlum, adequate funds for minor amendments to the commission until July 1, when the and Mrs. Bynum

"' l Whereas the Florida Federation I the maintenance and support and present racing law and other efforts ,, money can be paid back: out of i Tuition rates will be 'those .

of Women's Clubs assembled at operation of our school system for ,to change or repeal the law county contracts and other contributions. quoted below, payable week
their annual convention at Avon the full period so that this present are predicted by capitol observers. 'I ." *; eL t lye:

Park, Florida, realize the Impor I I condition can, not again exist. Members of the Legislature are be-:;!f C t wont
tance and necessity of education Be It further resolved that cop- ginning to arrive.. Tallahassee LOCAL'TIhM.TRE REVUE I f 1 Subject $3.00 per mono
1' 1' and their duty and obligation to lea of this resolution be immed- earlier than usual for a biennial as COMING TO RITZ SOON .2 Subjects $5.00 per month '
the childhood of this state, and iately sent to the Honorable Dave sembly. A number of them already The management of the Ritz 3 Subjects 6.50: per montJI.
4 A Whereas, the State Road Depart- Sholtz, Governor of the State of have taken up residence here. I Theatre announced this week that 1 1r i 4 Subjects $7.50 per ) .

ment at meeting held in Daytona Florida; Senator T. O. Futch. presi I a,bt'autyl'efU!' will bo-presented on Summer school for pup11t.i
p'' Beach Tuesday, March 'I, adopted a dent-elect of the Senate of Flor- !. its stage Irt the near futorei: Local' } 1 of all grades and at the above

s,) road budget, for the ensuing year, ida; and the two candidates for PARTY AT KINOSLEV .1 I girls will participate.v I i i rates will be begin Monday.
exceeding $14,000,000 and, speaker of the House of Represen Fredric Much, winner of the May 1, and continue for eight"
Whereas, schools In some, sections tatives to be read to both bodies A very enjoyable day was spent 1932 award--Academy of Motion i weeks.
; rl of our state have already upon convening and that copiesbe at Klngsley Lake at the.Weeks cot I I Pltcure Arts and Science, appears Interested IJi

i' .. 4, closed and many will be forced to given to the press of the State tage Sunday In honor of Mrs. M. I tn,!'Tonfi t ,fa .Qur," to be t shown : If you are of these or ow.I
; close this month and next before also a copy be sent at once to all D. Lowden and Mrs G. L. Dohm : at the Rita Monday and.Tuesday. work In any education let.. !
; n{ completingtheir, full term because clubs, chatnnerJ' and officers of the of Miami, sister and aunt of Mrs. I Claudette Colbert another popular i er phases of word tot
F. of the shortage the'anticipated' Federation. I M. D. Carter) star, Is seen In the same picture. write or send

c yh state funds, and,' (Signed): The following were present, Mr. Among the bits coming soon are lA.Np.A, e-.u. Il-.l e..4THAT LEON A. GRAY
;, Be It resolved, that our Governor W. G. Strtngfellow and family Mr. Child of Manhattan- 20,000 Years '
l i In the aid blookbouip.ahownabovAColonelWlnsiow: met
and Legislature follow the Mrs. William Pepper la Parole Girl She Done Cap f Starke Florida
George A., ,.Mr, Cheatham Sins Sing, Murray to make the final arrangements for the expulsion of
magnificent example of President Elizabeth Skinner Jackson, Peele of Lawtey, M.: D. Carter and Him Wrong. 'the Aesdlsns' from the Surrounding territory Including Grand Pre? Hour to be arranged
ri'i' Roosevelt In meeting the crisis and Chairman Department of Educa- family with their guests, Mrs. Low-]l' Clarke Gable the star 'of "No The block house, which Is still standing near Windsor, Nova Soot la was i

,+'.,,', '"' that Immediate action In the form tion. :... I den and Mrs. Dohm. Man of Her Own" one.of the few built In 1749 e. a Dart of tree+ -.rd.. ....+...... ...*.*N*

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."'>"' ri 1 The ancients embalmed their Gorillas are well able to protect 'x
52525 Mrs E. D. Solomon, Mrs. N. B. ,0(1( '
'F "" m Crawford Mr White and Craw- ". I ;; dead so that the souls might rein- themselves In battles with lions. ? 1'.

ford Solomon'of Jacksonville, were '. > "' Th remains of dodo bird extinct: Fan's muffs, masks and falsa d

i Bits of guests Wednesday of Mrs. S. E. I '."' : )0' since 1693 are found only on Mauritius hair were first devised by the>demimonde r, ,

Island. of Italy. ,
Brownlee and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee.The ,\. .... ,

Mission Study Class of the I ...s. .$ ,.,,.... '>;<, .in ,I the nintrlot NOrici.Court of the United k kI

LCD Nev Presbyterian:: church was held at I i R : -. : Blatcn for the Southern. Dletrlct. NAT SEZ:
the home of Mrs. W. A. Stern on : of Florida. In Bankruptcy.In n. John

Tuesday evening with Mrs. Goo II. 1 1 ...-..-. ,. of atarke.the matter Vlorlita I of, In tillna the County of; -

I Lowry as leader. This closed the Bradford, llankrupt.
Concerning Our People, Butineti andProgreti Notice U hereby B-lven that a knew that I was feeling pretty
study of "The American Indian. '" rn_tlnK of the creditor of said ,
of the County and Town. bankrupt will he held In Court chipper these Spring Days but X '
Hou.. Stark, Fla. on Apr. T, 1933 at Just said, "It must be these Sport '
:G Among those from Starke at- i IL e I o'cloek: p. m.. to ronaliler an offerof '
Ini oj tending the commencement exercises -, compnttltlon mad by said bankrupt Shoes," and let .
titI to 10 per cent upon all unsoured ? :
___ ==coo In Hampton pay it go at that-I
c.oc:.:> ------ ----------------- Monday eveningwere debt, not entitled to prior- w i
I Mr. and Mrs. ity In full natlnfatttlon of all auehdvbta never realized + B ''3v ,
spent Monday In Mr. Harry Raymond of New : C. Wesley / )
Dodd Lar-I .
Mary I and .ml" the bankrupt and until Tuesday 1
Rise i York City, left Sunday after a son Eldredge Robinson Supt. II transact", such other bualnenn an may S.tuallytooyoung .
yulreonvllle.lra. Grlffls. Mr. and Mrs. Orle ;I com before said meeting. that I was ac
i short visit here with relatives; I Wigginsand II proper{ Jacksonville, Florida: Mar ', 1 M1
daughter, Peggy Ann. IB, 1833. .
visitor I
) B. M. Johns was a Sam I I II MOnClAN F. JONES. to vote. l
Monday Anderson and Bernice Referee In Bankruptcy.OTUH -
Gainesville Johnson were in Jacksonville Mr. and Mr. Paul Canova and ; Whrn I went I ii iito
I ,. \
son, Paul HI, visited Mrs. Canova's I III '
to business. .
of Lawtey was In Monday attending the poweri veiled In them by the court f
joe Peele mother, Mrs. Flowers in Ocala I ." the law of the atat of Florida, the house early. that '' x'' ''d 1
Saturday. Instruction of llrntlford -
[ last Hoard of Public
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hall had as Wednesday. Mr. Canova returned County hereby call an electionto morning to cant R"
BTspell--of Jacksonville,, their guests for the week-end his Thursday. Mrs. Canova and son famous newspaper pi.toprapher ... be held. at Brc>ok.r. Florida, fur my lutllot and 1 a
'Mike" three *
of -
Mrv WOES OF A DEB-CHASER. the purpose electing; .1.1I
| Starke Sunday. brother, A. H. Hall of Arcadia.,,, I will remain for a visit of several Is spending his winters chasing' society buds over Florida tee and determining the amount. they told me I 1 ,-|
was to weeks. II be ..>d airttlnnt '
sands for the picture sections el the country' newspaper.. It you don't of Brooker mlllag'A Special to Hrhnol an efii Tax Ola- was under age I felt like skipping ) ;"I
Marlon Hendry of Tampa,. Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Jr. spent the think that's hard work, look at thIs Informal 'view of Mike trusting his trlct No. 18 for the eneulnatwo home for my roller skates or play ,' '
bar Sunday. week-end In Jacksonville with her Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Johnston and I achinG feet with his favorite r.m.dy. I yearn, aald. election to b* held on log a game of marble with the r, 1'
[ waste Starke children Charles and Grace Helenof the JtHh day of April. 183:1. For the tt 1
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Rich purpose of hnldlna thin elation the rest of the kldn.. However\ and ;
L. D. Green spent ard. Dade City, are visiting'Mr. and by the Secretary of Agriculturemay whose quarters are situated in the following ar. .."""tnl..d: notwithstanding, they elected a i k.4..', '
)Ir. and Mrs. Mrs. Hamilton Ritch. court house at Starke. I I.i'lnn.i Witter, W. 11. Harrell anil
I in Jacksonville.Mr. I not borrow more than $100. J. H. Kelly reprettenutl\e without my help so t i iI
Friday Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall spent Mrs. A. F. Saul returned Monday -, In J' Loans will be made only to W. e A MANNING, Chairman guest everything III I O. K. '; i;, .
Loans for crop production ;
A J. UH1FF13 Secretary
from Md. where
and Mrs. Orle Wiggins.were the week-end at the State Farm, I I farmers who cannot secure credit I 3-31-41-4-31. rj Jr''
is not ;a
she attended the funeral of Mrs. counties where -
Sunday. guests of Mr. aud Mrs. J. G. God- I elsewhere, and who cannot farm It
in Jacksonville Elizabeth Ann Snyder. commonly used will be based on loan.I I.
win. unless they can secure the ,
\ am going to ask our new member
A, S. Crews were the approximate cost of the sup- Loans also be made at rates '
and Mrs. may FLORIDA of the house to bill requiring +
CoL Several people! from Starke en- plies needed, but cannot exceed $3 pass a
Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthyand lower than the maximum amounts. |I x .
Jacksonville residents of Brad ; + :
all male
[ ill> Joyed the lecture on Sidney Lan- an acre for general field crops and j;
Mrs. G. H. Meadle Sun- i '
spent To have a loan application ap- I
ier truck including 'rIlEATlt" ford County to buy a now straw't .
given by Bishop Wm. P. Thlrk- $12 an acre for crops ti
and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins day in Brunswick, Ga., with rela- proved this year, a farmer must
hat before the end of AprilI
leld in the Keystone Heights Woman' J potatoes and sweet pota- I' FLA.PROGRAM .
I were in Lake Butler Friday. tives. Club Sunday afternoon. Bis- toes. Loans for buying fertilizer agree to reduce his acreage 30 percent GAINESVILLE firmly believer that a bill of that i

---- -- hop Thlrkleld is enjoying a brief 'will be made only in counties wherea under that grown in 1932. The .\RCII 30THURSDAY nature will be lots better than some n !. r,
little cultiva- i
and from
of Gainesville, Mrs. H. A. Durden 30 cent withheld
Glenn per
D. S. In the ,
Mrs: vacation at Keystone before returning representative of thq! U. S. De- -- '- they have passed past
of Monticello are visitingher tion be sewn to soil-building
Mrs. W. )P. Smith. daughter may
visiting certifies &: YUONLD
L la to New York Cltv. partment of Agriculture
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. crops. A first lien on all crops f's; +
that fertilizer Is necessary. In COI.MAN i s
and N. Sternberg Ritch. planted, grown and produced by
H S. Harvey Mrs. L. M. DeSha and little these counties loans for supplies, KAY FRANCIS: 'f f
I the that Babe
Sunday. the applicant in 1933 is required. see by paper Erg ;
were In Jacksonville daughter, Marjorie have returnedto including fertilizers, shall not be In .
William Duncan, who Is a seniorin Loans are due October 31, 1933. Ruth hue finally consented to play 1 !
:M. Patchet of Lake the University of Florida, spent Wildwood after visiting Mr and i more than $6 an acre for general The regulations make it unlawful "CYNARA"SATURDAY bull another year for the nominal .,, ,,
Miss :May Mrs. W. H. Struth. accompanied field $10 an acre for tobacco a1
They were
crops. '
visitor here. Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Ma- for any person to dispose of or aunt of $32.000. For that much '
recent the )
On Stage
a (
was for truck
City home by Mrs. Struth and $20 an acre
I'd and throw .,
ble Wall. assist in disposing of any crops money play myself ,
Crews of Lawtey and Elmo Struth, who will visit in crops, including potatoes and sweet given a* security for any crop VAN ARMAN'S MINSTRELSOn In the other five member of the : -
Mrs. Wesley Wildwood, and will also visit Mra: potatoes. Not more than $1 an ( the Screen) i" '
account of the Even though you' don'tmake
Dr. J. W. Kincaid enroute to his loan, except for the family.
was a visitor to Starke Monday. Struth's daughter, Mrs. EsterS acre of these amounts is to be used "MURDER IN TUB ZOO" ) "
home in Catlettsburg, Ky., was the Secretary of Agriculture and pro- an much as Bane doc, you e' L
business visi- guest Monday of Mr. and Mrs. O. .Johnson, In Plant City before for repairs and miscellaneous ex- vide for fine and imprisonment for With can still( get along If you buy your t '
a r
Wm. Kalch was returning home today. penses other than seed, fertilizer\ Charles RufrghMi and Kathleen r r
The clothe from ;
L. violation of such regulation. me. 4 4i
tor here from Hampton Monday.Mrs. Beasley. feed for workstock and fuel and regulations require that each bor- Burke (I"antherVOmw1) t I

D. T. Clark spent Wednesday Arthur Rigdon of Atlanta. aa., Among those attending the O. oil for tractors. rower agree to plant a garden for 1I10NUY"LUXUUY """ i

In Jacksonville with friends.Dr. spent the week-end here with'his E. S. meeting in Lake Butler Tues- Additional sums (within the limIt his home use and to plant suffi- Clothes made to order from yr t t
wife aDd his parents, Mr. and Mrs: day evening were: Mr. and Mrs.C. for each farmer) may be borrowed cient acreage to provide necessary
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. for fighting Insect pests and livestock feed. $17.50 up-Straw Lids from $1 up
A. Futch,
J. M. Dell, Sr., of Gainesville J. J. R.gdon.Mrs.
In Starke Fri- Sistrunk, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Al- plant diseases. These are to protect George< Brent, Zltii Jfohann and Ladles Dresses from $1.90 up and

was a visitor C. H. Nashworthy, Mrs: G. derman, Mr. and Mrs. Charles cotton and tobacco, $. an acre A fireman's smoke mask In 1870 AliceTUESDAY White beautiful Shoes for only $1 63. No 1,
day. truck -
H. Meadle and Mrs.'B. Jacobs motored Imbach, Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Mrs. for spraying and dusting contained cottonwool moistenedwith &WEDNESDAY; use to go native-clothes are too i a
and Charles Overstreet, Mrs. A..J. Grif- crops, and $25 an acre for fertilizer ,
Miss Jewell Wiggins of Jacksonville to Jacksonville Thursday '' and glycerine. JOHN BAUKVMOUE cheap '
visited Mrs. W. H. Green spent the day. fts,, Mrs. L. G. Powell, Mrs. E. W. and spraying' dusting materials and- In"TOPAZE" t r,
Hayes, Mrs. A. H. Harley, Sr., Mrs. for bearing fruit trees ?4, 1

Monday. Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Dell and W. C. Wooten, Mrs. E. B. Wells vineyards. INSUREVlTU

Mrs. Zack Anders and children daughter, Ollle, of Gainesville visited Mrs. W. H. Biggs and Mrs. O. J. Farmers Intending to apply for Gulf Life Insurance "ToMINa;ArRIL'''.. & 1 I NAT STERNBERGStarke
loans need not write to Washington -
spent Sunday with relatives In friends and relatives here Phillips. regional'otrlces., but CompanyN. WHEELER A WOOLSEYIn
or may
Madison.S. Sunday OLD FEE SYSTEM I secure the application forms from D. WAINWIUGIIT, JR. AFRICA" "
IS i
"SO TillS Florida
has returned from UNDER FIRE NOW Mr. Fokes direct, or from County Local Representative> I ,
M. Johns was a visitor here Richard Long \
I Agent L. T. Dyer or F. A. Scott, _
D. C. where he visited
Tuesday from the Western part of Washington, ---n
the his brother-in-law and sister Dr. (Continued from page 1.) __ :. =--- dl'pl'
county. I' constitute debts owed to them __ __ -; ___ --f.------ --
and Mrs. B..S. Carroll. good -
to the county, but the supreme
Miss Jessie Reddick of Jacksonville -
was the guest Sunday of Mrs.W. Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Miss court has recently held that excess .. Smoked Meats &

H! Green. Georgia Katherine Haynes and fees are county property and un-
Sonny Haynes spent Sunday in St. lawful retention Is not to be con

)lr. and Mrs. J. H. Rye, Jr., and Augustine with relatives. sidered as an unpaid debt, but as Sausage

children spent Sunday in Madisonwith an embezzlement. f
relatives. Billy Graham of the Universityof I Two factors are seen as unhealthy I I rocery
Florida, Gainesville spent the I for the present fee system: Ip Op H"KE '
deal which swept out of
Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins motored -I I weekend with his grandparents, The new ,
to Jacksonville Tuesday and:i,Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. office hundreds of veteran county Shoulders lb. 9c k
officials who were well entrenched }
spent the day. I
Miss Dora Cady returned to Atlanta politically and the determinationthat

W. H. Harrell and J. :M. Mott of,. Ga., Wednesday)after a visit has been shown by Gov. Dave Starke Fla. Friday Mar 31 & Saturday April 1

Brooker were transacting business:lot several days here with;; her Sholtz to prevent organized coun- { "HMOKEDIb

here last week. i mother, Mrs. Flora B. Cady. ty officers' lobbies. -15e

GROCERY STORE S CLOSES True Love Cole's Extra, 29 .;
Miss Susie Carr of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. John Harvey Craw- Rice 10 ills. e SMOKED

wall the guest of Miss Anita Court- ford of Pittsburgh Pa., are spend- i 1
manch Wednesday. ing several days with their relatives The grocery store beltfnglng for to ij Flour 24 IBs. 59c Flour 241bs.55c Garln i

...- Mr. and Mrs..H. H. Young. W. H. Andrews did not open Sides Ib10
business Tuesday morning and no- ,
Mr. and Mrs- R. T. LaPeyre of -- GRITS No.2 can Tomatoes
and daughter, tice has been published of the first SUGAR MEAL OR
Jacksonville of Mrs. Mrs. C. E. Byure
were guests
E. :it Johns Shirley Ann, of Las Vegas, N.' H., meeting of its creditors to be held SMOKED PICNIC '
Saturday. of Mr. and Mrs. April 7 In the court house here. lOlbs.45c lbs. 19c 4 25c sf }
visited at the home week. S 1 10 - cans Hams lb 1 1Oc '
Mrs. Jessie Mae Blakely and W. P. Smith during the past LOCAL INSPECTOR EXPLAINS '

Mrs Sunday Lola Long afternoon.motored to Gainesville Lester Price Robinson and Willie BASIS OF 1033 CROP LOANS' No. 2 1-2 canaPINEAPPLE No. 21-2 cans MILK HUCJLU'! ; CLKHU; .

Lines of the University of Florida, Three hundred-dollars is the I PEACI/ES pr ;

Mrs. R. s. Johns of Lake Butler Gainesville, spent the week-end. most that any farmer may borrow Tall Can 5c Ham lb.,18c, 1 W t
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spent Tuesday with her mother with Mr. and Mrs. Ji ,C. Robtnp? loans In 1933, 25c P

Mrs. W. H. Green. Judge and Mrs. A. V. Long, Mr. J.for C.crop Fokea production Field Loan Inspector Office for in this the Sliced d, each 15c 1 \ 2 cans Small can ---_ 2 l-2c SLICED; l ,

Messrs. Jimmie Butch and Joe and Mrs. F. A. Canova and daughter Crop community Production says in announcing de- Bacon lb. 15cButterlb.22c

Wahlberg of Gainesville, were visitors Mary Anne of Gainesville,after-were tails on the proposed loans.. Applicants Pure'Creamery ..;:;;- NORTHERN OR -
In Starke visitors In Starke Sunday .
Saturday. who are in arrears on as I i

noon. many as two previous loans made MUOK&D; i ;r f
Mr. and Mrs L. S. Hutto had as I VY DEANS

their guest Sunday Mrs. Laura 'Mrs. J. M. Smith spent Saturdayin I, 1 Sausage 2 Ib. 25c hM
Smith was PeiMonfenBRAND seA .
Crenshaw of Jacksonville. Jacksonville. Mrs. : Drookfleld

----- accompanied home by Miss June RITZ THEATRESTARKE SIb 25c;) f ",, r t1It

Mrs., James Shepard of Hllllard, Smith, who spent the weekendhere. 1 Cheese lb 15c QUALITY LARGE: +

la spending several days with her FLORIDAFRI.8AT. -

daughter, Mrs. C. A. Knight. I V/einers/ lb. 9c e ,
W. Larson returned -
Mr. and Mrs. C. "
where ., MAR. tl, APR. 1 MACARONI ig :J Jar Jelly ,
Mrs. Glen B. Searing and Miss Sunday from Tampa Qt. or

Estelle Kendrick were visiting In they attended the annual meetingof "MAN AGAINST WOMAN" SMALL

Wllllaton and Ocala on Friday. the Florida Educational Asso- With I 3 pkgs lOcOtJr.PickleslSc

ciation. JACK HOLT, LILLIAN MILES Pound 25c Mustard 15c Weiners\ lb. -lIe l 1 ; l

Ala l
Mrs. Arthur Rigdon left Sundayfor Also i .

Sarasota and other southern Kat Cartoon "Seeing i SLICED '

CENT A WORD points where she will visit friends Krazy Stars" with Marx Bro. Kon- POTATOES, Irish, 10 pounds ________ __ 17c : ?

and relatives before returning- to roe Ate and Joe E. Brown Bologna lb. 1Sc ;

COLUMNFOR her home in Atlanta.. Ga. '- .' And Curiosity Reel-- Ticeenle 'Weenie Peas ,

._ --- PureCoffeeRibs.25c '
SALE chicks Mrs. Nellie Martinez, Mrs. O. L. MON.-TUES., APR. 8-4
Baby White MIllS No. 2 can 17cSalt.2pkgs.5c SLICED ROILED q
Miss Lula Redgrave -

9c.Leghorns See W.8c M., Rhode Edwards Island Reds U. II I Sarah Georgia Hop Katherine Haynes Haynes and spentMonday KIM FREDRIO CLAUDETTE MARCH COLBERTIn AND {WINESAP APPLES, dozen -_----------- We Ham, Ib. 22c

FOR SALE-Light row boat nearly I : in Jacksonville.

new. Mrs. W; P. Blrt, Louise NOEL COWARD'S I t Bananas 5 Ibs. - eo.- 19c BEST WHITEBacon i ..
J. H. Gill and ,
__ It. Mr. and Mrs TONIGHT IS OURS" I

REDUCE FERTILIZER Jackie Joe Murden Mr.children and :Mrs.of AlsoNEWS I YORK APPLES. 6 pounds .. ---- 25c lb. 8c
BILLS by Vf. P. Randall and EVENTS No!, 2 Cans -------- t 1
growing Crotalarla Spectabtlia.\ Jacksonville, were guests Sundayof ,
Seed for sale at lOo lb. by J.'M. Alvarez. And Hollywood on Parade
per Mr. and ,
:**. J. Pattee. Starke. It* Lima Beans or Prunes 4 Ibs. .. 25c WHITE RIBBON y ,' : .

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---- Bell Jackson returned WED.-TIIURS., APR. MIllS Flora
FOR RENT, either-Lower floor apartment to her home in Baoonton Ga.. "NO DL\.'LOF HER OWN" 3 pounds 23c Lard 3 Ibs.--21 c ; .
unfurnished APRICOTS
furnished or (Sunday, after spending' several Corn 2 cans 15c ------------------- ,

garage Mrs. S. F. Ham- at the home of Mr and WithCLARKE ,
weeks here
rick. S. Walnut Street. It*. Miss Jackson GABLE d dl
Mrs. D. P. Carpenter. RELISH 1-2 pt. We
FOR a. far-as Carole Lombards and Dorothy for ____ 25c MAYONNAISE or gti
SALE-Larjre white) and yellow was accompanied i SOAP OR POWDER' 10 _____w
chrysanthemum plants also Madison by Mr. and Mrs.' D. P. Macfcalll ,

smaller red and pink, 2 dozen Carpenter and Mr. and Mrs,:T;'T. Added: Betty Boop Cartoon

for 23c. :Mrs. Juno WaIL It.t..rd. Long. .

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r.UiUltAPH. MlAltKK!:, JoLOJUJJA.. __ __ ._ __ FRIDAY.. MARca ii. lBu
,' ACUBETl .
FEDERAL WORKER TO colored laborers to be used ;In .w.

._ ---. FLORIDA BEEF i" vesting his spuds he drove tip !
: \J IN *
front of the flour J

\ CATTLE-EXPERIMENTS ,,1 STATE NEWSNews pot getting on First his quota street, of confident l de.*

t ti G"ninsv tile, Fla.- -To assist the LIVE quickly. There lal'borera
FARMERS SECTION Florida Experiment Station in its was a long l1be.
.' Not one: would accept
beef end duaJ..purpo..e. cattle investigations employmeM
of Florida In Short Paragraphs he stated. >
=== Bradford Knapp, Jr., began

Conducted by Demonstration Rents 'REDUCING FARM FOOD COSTS work here last week. He was -

i i appointed. by the federal govern- ... selfishness Tallahassee and-waste Mismanage, 1

L --It I With planning, every farm family ment as assistant animal busband- --- --' ... -- ,. .Q- for Florida's school were btamJ eP
-- Ills by
...... bd-_ I: In Florida should be able to sup- win in the Bureau of Animal law nor Dave Sholta in his addrelll Cove_ d
Walker execution
Allen the state
1 : itself with an abundance of dustry. 1 I Mil ml-Mrs. Janet OVer
ply a state-wide radio
RESEARCH\ TERMED I food. If the family health and Mr. Knapp is a grandson of Dr. Monday received final decree of divorce broadcast SI'
,,4 THE CORNERSTONE I working efficiency are to be maintained Seaman A. Knapp. the founder of to conclude the suit against Bartow Grady Burton, Wau- cently. governor said the itlu
Is the
'i IN FARM PROGRESS WRCF FARM PROGRAM this food should be of the county and home demonstration' James J. (Jimmy) Walker, former chula Polk county states attorney giving counties seven t1Jn...

I Tb* Yo of Florida" right kind. Intelligent planningcan work In the United States. He is mayor of New York City.SanfordRepresentauve. has given out figures showing an as times much and money as during boom

reduce food costs without sacrificing graduate of the Oklahoma Agricultural -,i alleged shortage of $63,528.55 In yet the county school ae
j, Research was
I boards
1 Gainesville, Fla so garbled
nutrition. and Mechanical H. S. the office of the county tax col- tne matter ,c
j termed the cornerstone in the readJusting good ; with waste and
K and of Florida'sagricultural Gainesville. Fla Farm radio ; Every farm home should own at and has a masters degree. couege'l I White died here Inat week follow- :lector. The alleged,shortage was that schools all mismanagement
over the
Iowa State College avdit of the
u Where underwent found through an are
which of Agricultureworkers least one good family cow. ing an operation
on College
a \ program, talks by and the closing, teachers
i largely -rests the future economic'i are scheduled for noon only one Is owned, arrangements The federal government 'I Tuesday, The legislator also was :books used during the three terms ,without their pay. are gOiDe

'I structure of the state, In a recent each day next week over state should be made with a neighbor Experiment Station are cattle now cooperating i attorney for the Seminole county served by J. P. Murdaugh Burton -
radio address by Dr. Wlmon Newell radio station WRUF. They will to get milk when the cow is fresh In extensive I I commission. said Murdaugh was removed I Tallahassee The
bulls are 1931
Four purebred took lew..
; r dean of the University of Flor come on the Florida Farm Hour, ening. Aside from the milk and periments. shortly after Governor Sholta l lature's
I appropriation for
t3 J.J.Ida College of Agriculture. Re-; from 12 to 12:45: EST as follows: butter, cottage cheese can be made.A being bred to 160 native cows :I Hastings--Facing a rather weak ,I office. Burton was placed in charge of the state prison the webs I Itenaice

mkt March Is extremely Important In Sat.. April 1 Radio's Weekly Hock of 60 pullet. should furnish Penney Farms, and 11 purebred market MondAy Irish potatoeswere temporarily and Paul Henderson, ment has been depart
have exhausted
M Florida he said, because soil and Farm Newspaper. Farm Editorial the eggs and chicken meat Red Polled and Devon bulls and quoted at from $4 to $4. O Lakeland was named to fill out troller Lee told members Comp

t r. ;r ; climatic conditions are different Snapshots supply for a family of five. To been placed on Florida ranges a barrel with the daily shipment Murdaugh's term. board of commissioners of the e'
all other sections of maintain such a flock about 150 farms for study in improving native running around 20 cars of stab
from those In Mon., April S The Present cattle under actual farm and average I i Institutions list week. On .
the United States. Status of Crotalarla Growing-W. chicks should be batched duringthe it was reported from the Hastings Daytona Beach-One man is of recommendation

# E, American Industry has long recognized E. Stokes. Grape Insects and their 'spring and about 50 during range conditions. These bulls are- Potato Laboratory. I ready to start a beer garden In the board agreed governor that for Sholu. a
all owned the government the th
of research and faIL Can the culls during the the law re.
the need Control-H. E. Bratley. early herd of i I Daytona Beach as soon as malnder of the fiscal
also a year
r annually spends two hundred million Tues.. April 4-April Farm Jobs fall instead of wintering them. which owns Qulncy-Gadaden County has allows. George Foote well-to-do rants to for war-
Devons at the Ever- pay expenses and
i dollars searching for facts on and How to Do Them--J. Francis By organizing a beef club, farm 32 purebred Station Belle shipped 76,800 gallons of syrup business man, has flied with the I aries at the penitentiary will cab Jn

: which to base better methods. Cooper. Control of Tomato and families can have fresh beef every glades Experiment 16 Red Poll- this winter. L. J. Clark district city an application for a permit I drawn against the general fund be

'k Though research is Just as important Potato Aphlds-Dr. A. N. Tlssot. week at the cost of killing only Glade, and registered manager of the local syrup producers to open here what he said wouldbe the state to
West-Central Flor- treasury rather
ed cattle at the then
to farm progress, It can- Wed., April 5-Rose Diseases one beef every few months. Ev- association, reported that "A real German beer garden." have the prison fund

.: not be undertaken by individual and Their Control-Erdman West. ery farm should raise and Sure! ida Experiment Station, near approximately $15,360 was realized Mr. Foote has spent a number of: transferring replenishedby to 1"
1' ?', Food Production plenty of pork. Excess meat fats Brooksville. sales. and money It from lethe
farmers. Meeting the Crisis in from the summers In Germany was I fund.
Three other federal men are now general
Profits from the small amount -W. T. Nettles. should be used In soap making.In favorably Impressed with the Teu- al
annually for research Florida, fresh vegetables can working at the College of Agriculture bill to bev- ----- el
t :Florida has spent Gracing Crops Miami Beach-A legalizethe tonic method of dispensing the
Thurs. April Fort Lauderdale-A
Newell be had from the garden every here. They are G. E. Rltchey party of of
Dr. this fashionable
are clearly seen, sale of 3.2 beer In .
W. E. Stokes. Vaccinating ,erage.I
for Hogs- W. J. f tourists motoring north
I" Sheely.
associate ,
explained. Take from the state Thomas. month in the year. At least two agronomist resort died in city councilfor ; stopped pat
Spring Pigs-Dr. E. F. served and storedor extension agent in animal husbandry I ;: a tea room here, consumed $4 iq
should be
,Cayana 10 sugarcane and there Importance of dally want of a seconding motion. I Hastings' 1'11 of the
Fri April
t' canned should be on and Carlyle Carr, specialistin worth of food and tendered a $2$ ntreveler's
would be no farm-syrup variety I Mineral Matter for Cattle-Dr. R. vegetables Councilman Baron D. Hirsch Meyer Hastings Rotary Club last weekheard
F4t) withstand the hand when the fresh ones are not rodent controL.GOVERNMENT check in payment. The rr
that could profitably B. Becker. Value of Salt Sick introduced the bill for an ordinancebut of the possibility of growing -
I tea
room proprietor wanted
increasing ravages of mosaic and Control In St. Johns County- available. At least two fruits RECIPE only silence greeted his proposaL I strawberries In this section, pay for r

{s root-knot. The Marglohe tomato Blltch. should be served dally giving special It was declared lost. several speakers familiar with,. the the food but was reluctant to give a
Loomis FOR1IITEW ASII out $21 in cash as change. I
and to tomatoes and clt- Final.
resistant to nailhead rust now emphasis .
of the tomato ..... I I crop appearing on the program.The ly, he told the tourists to keep the a
comprising 90 percent SPACING AND In spring many farmers plan to MIami-Records In the countyjudge's statement was stressed that
CLOSE check and .send him the $4 after r
:Mae Sikes
also the Anna ,
R. In Florida is -
acreage CHEAP CULTIVATION I renovate and whitewash their office here show that GU"- the berry crop would fit In well
banking become
wouldtarmel'1l Extension Nutritionist. nor
result of research. their benefits the ford Colbrldge, 33, arrested recently with the agricultural
PAY WITH PEANUTS buildings and for I present pro mal. Not to be outdone by sucha t''
do without the discovery
today tested Government recipe for making for sending an extortion letter' gram of this section. Advantagesof of "'
display generosity, tourists
of vaccination for chol81'a.and ,
WRUF Home Period to Colonel Charles A. Linbergh,
whitewash Is printed: climate, soil and transportation
and of other Gainesville, Fla. Close spacing then told the proprietor to keep
chickenpox, scores Inaugurating a series of weekly of lime of "low grade mentality" -
bushel adjudged
i Slack one-halT was facilities were also emphasized as t
costs important the check and
and low cultivation are $25 send them the
diseases and Insect controls?
} talks to parents, Dr. Alfred Crago dissolve one peck of common salt by a sanity commission December likely to contribute to the profitable
factors in profitable pea- $21 balance when he was able to
'Take two tobacco varieties
away i professor of education at the University untilit 22 1932.Tallahassee .
a and boll three pounds of rice handling of this crop.
developed by the Florida Experiment nut production, according to W. E. cash it.JacksonvilleOn.
of Florida will speak
Mix these
}' Station and the shade tobac- Stokes, Bead of the Department of is a thick paste. ""
a the Importance of knowing the Gov. Dave Sholta :
the mixtureis -
and add while I Tallahassee Initial steps by the palmdotted 1
s .:1 co industry of the State, $2,250-: Agronomy Low the Florida Experiment coats- child during the Florida Home Per- still hot one-half pound of plaster has heard and took under the state to gradually take its 1.- acres of Camp Foster, where
t4 000 of It would since production
disappear whether the iod from WRUF Saturday morn- of parts and one pound of dissolved ment charges made by advlae-I 400 convicts off the highways and Uncle Sam once turned citizens Into .
'.., other varieties, do not resist black- are necessary, pea- Ing April 1, at 9:45.: At the same
""shank. Likewise If the Austral- nuts are for hog feed or shelling. glue. Then add five gallonsof Calhoun county against place them into productive work soldiers, privates of the army
T' Runner have an time each Saturday similar talks water and let it stand for a few L. Flanders, whose right to hold were taken by the board of commissioners of the unemployed, conscripted by
s had not been Introduced peanuts yielded
ian lady-beetle '
t of 986 about helping the child to choose days. Apply hot to the building office under Sholtz's appointment of state institutionshere the depression are being restoredto
r citrus would be average pounds per *
growers upagainst its vocation why children fall la A of sustained over that I of
with 843 for with small brushes. quart was recently in authorizing the planting useful citizenship. To this port
compared pounds
/ a most difficult Insect school work playrooms for children "makes this mixturea of of former Governor of muck
Spanish during five of test carbolic acid an oppolntee 150 acres Everglades of Idle men come college graduatesand
problem In cushion scale. years
y cottony
etc., will be given. disinfectant. E. Carlton by the FlorIda lands to The
at the Station. The good Doyle I sugar cane. cane truck drivers -united In I
ing Experiment
Untold good has also come to they
r, ,\ Spanish, however have The Home Period is presented Supreme Court. : will be grown for seed, with a view common need they work for "I
of proven
State the Introduction
y through dally by workers with the State So long as there are homes to I officials stated of expending the nlckle and
a day keep"andthey're
4j ,i crotalaria, the velvet bean, tung earlier. The Runner can be left
"I oil, and a number of the best In the ground for some weeks while Home Demonstration Departmentand which men turn Fort Lauderdale John McCormick project next year to Include a possible mighty glad to get It. For

,4 ;y winter and the Spanish will sprout in a short Florida Experiment Station. At the close of day; of Culver Ind., fishing at planting of 2,000 acres for five cents a day their food and
\ cover
\ crops Other talks next week will be as So long as there are homes where :
e : pasture grasses. time. Thus, Mr. Stoke. advised the Port Everglades here Monday sugar making. necessary clothing they work diligently -

ci a runner type for the bulk of the follows: children are. .booked played and landed a large at improving the camp
Culminating of study the
y +l year. fattening feed and the Spanish for Mon.. April Clothing and Where women '.tay- kingflsh, then dropped dead on the Palatka'Frank Gray well ,which now is used by national
1// Station In 1931
announced -
/; !4 early fattening Style Suggestions Miss Lucy If love and loyalty and faith be pier. Physicians attributed deathto known Federal Point potato planter I guard units of several states as a
!; a prevention and remedy
Belle Settle. foi$.,d heart failure. Firemen who at- believes that federal largess to base for Bummer encampment and
{! for salt sick causing by far the No fertilizer has proven protit" Tues., April 4 Balancing the Across those sills tempted to revive McCormick by the unemployed has bad something maneuvers.

,greatest loss to the cattle Industry he said, except on land where Food Budget Through Planting and A stricken nation can recover from artificial respiration were unsuc- to do with upsetting the labor .
y of the State. Likewise, experiments the runner type is producing pops, Canning-MIss Isabella Thursby. Its gravest ills. cessful. market. Coming to Palatka recently Wheat contains more food in given

) N with manganese and copperas about 150 pounds of landplaster Filling Jefferson County Home in his truck in quest of 20 bulk than any other grain.
;f' fertilizer. have made profitable per acre has helped. This has not Pantries Miss Brown.
Ruby So long as there are home. where Tampa.-Ways and means of securing
l r thousands of acres of Evergladeslands proven profitable with Spanish Wed., April ft Weekly Low-cost lamps are lit, enough money to operatethe

which were unproductive. peanut. Market Basket-Miss Anna Mae And prayers are said; public schools for the full term Your Liver Bile
Research also the field ofett.nw Wake
'Lk Sikes. Food. Nutrition and Health Up
From spacing teats, he advised Although a people falter throughthe I next season, was the chief subjecton
3r rates and secured
freight ,
A planting Spanish la 2 to 2 1-2 foot Work in Jackson County-Miss dark. I every tongue at the annual

tt t facts very useful in getting rates row. and 3 or 4 inches in the drill. Eleanor Clarke. And nations grope. I meeting of the Florida, Educational

', 'reduced. If Florida rate. were Runners have yielded beet when Thurs., April Readings for the With God himself back of these little Association and the State School -Without Calomel

equal to those from California, planted In 3-foot to 40-Inch rows Home-Mrs. Ida Keeling Cresap. homes, Board Association. It was gener-

f growers would pay annually $2,- and Fri., April 7-The Food Value of We have sure
spaced 6 to 9 Inches in the hope. ally agreed that at least $7,500,000
j 000,000 less freight charge. In n thk Mb. to ass......ftmty ykw!
Carrots-Dr. O. D. Abbott. Oat of Bed
drill. He stressed the value of -Selected. would be And ToaH Jump .
y. like manner, the areas that compete necessary. I I. .....* ? i, ;- with Florida truck crops have planting sound seed and gettinga fa the Morning lUrm to Go I Dee llew A yss s/rsk., To* *.* s
Y good stand.Cultivation MonticelloSenator S. D. .
NOW IS TIME TO LAY --- _foal site
( been studied and this Information wnk Lid-ass 7sss flare.ran *
t" p given to growers. costs may be reducedby THE FOUNDATIONS OF I RISING i Clarke of this place baa announced If yoa. feel ands sank and the ..... ... fa hldel.a T_ I ILMte del

t yp Hundreds of other accomplishments the use of a weeder he said. FUTURE PROSPERITYBy .1 that he will be a candidate for ,...looks ponk dont swallow slot sebs ....pee Seel....... e.a Tw'bats

( e 'i of research that vitally affect This Implement can be used even ..- H. M. McRa. C... president of the State senate In ef salt", mineral water, eO. laxative -...........
N' before the peanuts come up, and 1935. The president of the senate sandy or chewing torn and expect c..c.unsa-aUTTUI
: in the State could be Johnson.
everyone (
should be run across the rows fre Spuds ) Is the nearest Florida comes to them to mak yea anJdenly sweet -'erbdegal.
cited Dr. Newell said, and scores Indications The singing convention met at .
that the tide has
:.t. quently. No hoeing or plowing Is are having a lieutenant governor and ad buoyant and faD of sunshine.For ..eaeb/.......7'MI...'..sal ee.
I .; l 1of other projects which may turn turned at last, and that farm Corinth church Sunday with,, a
i "I then necessary, except that the last products the office is extremely Important they cent do It. They only rile, .etlda. ....,... 1udtM i...
cut to. be attendance 'and was enjoyedby
Just a. Important are are going to bring more near- large .
well underway at the Experiment cultivation may be a sweep. alL not only for this reason but be- snap. tile bowels and a mere movedossmt .'se------1.bee..-
their worth future. Commodity
ly in
{c Station. prices along agricultural lines Rev. C. A. Crosby attended the cause of the power given the In- meat cat a* the ---. The ...............bssap.e.tdee'taskftiuwrNkA.

Among the crops introduced into have risen since the ordination service at Klngsley cumbent, during legislative ses- rasa te your dAIIW1l-aDd-GIlt feeling tar CutI
\' Florida through the Experiment perceptibly sions. k year..... It should poor oat two Ltar ms.Lad MIke asOS Cs"
L ; arc:. The proper control for downy Station Introduction gardens are lifting of the bank moratorium. Lake Church Sunday posmdsi of liquid bfle into your bowels Leas!*- Nto. ..*n*......*.
Congress Is endeavoring to rush L. Barnes was visiting In the .a.
mildew of cucumbers is to the velvet bean crotalaria ... I OIMLQL
/: spray tung farm relief Wateroak section Thursday. Fort Myers- -Someone took the I
through a
fir with 4-4-50 bordeaux mixture, the oil. and a number of the best adapted program "welcome" at the two -:::
D. M. McRae was visiting signs city's -- -- ------- -
//1: sponsored by the President The
State Experiment Station hasp winter cover crops and pasture entrances too and
yr 1' af literally helped
yr i tide Is on the upflow. Confidence i friends in Lake Butler Sunday
found. grasses. exists. I ternoon.Mr. themselves to the mounted tarpon
It Is a good time to lay the foundations -I and Mrs. B. M. McRae and fish that had been placed there.

iir. And the Worst is Yet to Come for farming success durIng -, Miss Allie Harnage visited friendsat The stuffed fish pelts were valuedat

the next few years. Or, rather Brooker Sunday,evening. $150. A fishing club has offer- STRAWBERRY PICKERS'TICKETS

to keep them laid. The'depression Arthur McRae made a business ed a reward of Thomas A. Edison

has forced us to get back to trip to Gainesville'Monday. tarpon medals for information

ill bedrock. If we can keep our feet Mrs. W. F. Harnage and Miss leading to the capture of the fish

on bedrock, we will profit AWe Harnage of,Miami who are snatchers.

We must remember to continue I visiting here, are spending a few -

to produce our living at home. This days with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Dobbsat Raiford-FloridA Friday exact- i*

his been the salvation of the farm- RaIford. ed the death penalty from ElvinE. '

ing people during the last few We are sorry to report that Mrs. Jeffcoat for the hammer murder ;%

year. When our Incomes from Lizzie Norman Is Ill, and hope she of his wife. Smilingly, and

cash crops begin to grow. I If we will soon be well again. with a prayer on his lips, the 40- .

1 still produce most of our living we Mrs. T. N. Norman and childrenof year-old Clearwater tradesmanwas $2.00 Per Thousand
( -
Nn t} i pyVlpl TO t can cash in the difference, Instead Heilbronn were visiting relatives electrocuted at the State prison -

j l of spending It for foodstuffs and here Sunday. farm after prolonged efforts to

YACKIV feedstuffs. One of the best farmers Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turner and stay the execution climaxed by a i

,,5" G LY Fvop In the county remarked the oth- Raymond Crosby, all of Plant City, I last-minute appeal to the State Supreme -

'i"" '? er day that his father always told were visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Court and Gov. Dave Sholts

;;:Jt II I him to carry a full wagon to town,, McRae Sunday.A failed. 25c Each Additional Change!

_I but brlr.j'an empty wagon home. good number of people of this -

I lie has done this for years, and section atended the sing at the Tallahassee-Monday. March 27 i '

I has profited thereby.We home of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman was Florida's 420th birthday. It

,1 \1 I have learned to diversify our Thursday night., was on Easter Sunday March 27

on-one crop. The loss is too great 1513. that Ponce de Leon sighted
I crops-not to depend on-gamble How Doctors Treat land while In search of the Fountain -
4' II when we do lose, from either pests of Youth. He called the land At-theTELEGAPH

"! natural elements, or broken mar- Colds and CoughsTo "Pascua Florida or the "Land of -

pP I E av kets. Diversification la a good Flowers." A few days later became

r thing for hard times it is equally break up a cold overnight and ashore at a point just northof

I i desirable for good times. relieve the COD lul1- that makes you St. Augustine oldest town in

I We citrus growers and other cough thousand of physicians are the United States.Tallahassee :

ur farmers have of necessity learnedto now recommending Calotabs, the OFFICE
'c I nanotaltss calomel compound tablets ,'
cut costs of production. If we A group of Tay
continue to hold our production that lire you the-eaeet. of calomel and lor county citizens have filed objections -
salts without the tnpleasant effects
costs low, we can profit by Increasing with the pardon board
of either.One .
return. for citrus fruits. or two CaloUbs at bedtime witha against proposed commutation of

We must continue to build and glees of sweet milk or water. Next sentence of P. W. Buchanan sentenced -

Improve our soil, for the soil is morning your cold has vanished, your to electrocution In connection ,,.r. Phone

; fundamental In agriculture. system Is thoroughly purified and you with the slaying of two prohi-

Let us not soon forget the lessons lire feeling fine with! a hearty appetitefor bition agent in that county. Buch

__ It of the depression. Let us profIt breakfast. Eat what you anan's execution has been prevented 29't

by them In laying the foundation no Calotsbe danger. are sold la lOo w.Sh.-1 several times by his attorneys

for the future. packages at drug .lo..... who have attacked the validity of

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;:::: ; ;" ,:..!'; '-? -- WHAT IS TIlE WHOLE!: DUTY government and prosperous happy nenH a. may properly: com before I 'Mators were originally- 4 : ,, t
: ::::::;:;.:.- : 'l.t' A'r Maid meeting cap- t, I
MAN homes are concerned neither they. tlv '
who fought for their live.
: Iated Jackconvllle, Florida, I ',
d e nor the law-makers who legalizedthe March. 18, l 13.
: ; :-, :; See that claim' 'I" '
::::, "glass of beer", which your properly IVOTICW!
Editor Telegraph: upon executed and fllcA with the Kefereo, Nollre .f Applh..thi. for Lee* t.
""" "" etttJrBo. Someone has said that "Varietyis they have "concentrated" their otherwise you will not participate, In I Hell M.....'. ......01. l. <....tT Jexl*.***

.. the spice of life." Therefore by 'hearts" amount to any more thana dividend t'....t. Hmiirord County, FI.......
MOROAN P. JONES Notice IM hereby Riven to ,
i lamp into my feel and a light nnlo my path.-Pialm 19:105.: way of spicing up "The LetterBox" nought with the ring taken from nefere In Bankruptcy t It may tuncorn that I, Ixinnl all whr'ii Moi- ItiIf I

ditor around it-just nothing! I ran: an (luardlan of Carl Crew .,, ,
Telegraph suppose we try a ser- ,
:;- All rellgioUII Mankind Is weak. It I Fimnla Crew. Orval Ma Clemmon ,J
;: m dl1f3J.r:1U1i. teaching, doctrine or monette on "The Whole Duty of Notice our preacher says "Next always I ami lOvnlln Mae fleinmuna, minor
r : lear ,
W I rw creed, if they are to have any claim : Thursday at midnight will come a wants bliss; and wants bliss al I will on the of April, A. r> 1k
Man. Text. Let us.hear
the love.layaJty and devotion of the plel must be in harmony with However, mysterious Cods dealIngs the con- new American celebration to be ways.'Napier's. I ma.. apply to Ih.rr..: o .. ID. K: 1 1I
IpoD of .,eeua the Christ who e worda Into every fold and crevice clusion of the whole matter: Fear ... 'yn".n. County JudoIn and for '
-'h'nga with men may appear all who called "Brew Year's Eve" Beer I Bradford Ciunty, Florida, at his orI ,
: of whom It was said in John 7M6.' "NEVER MANSPAKE God and keep His commandments: I flee i;
human heartiland believe I Ularke at Two o'clock
the testimony of His Word becomes legal at one minute after Bones" set of p. moo
were a
for this la the whole duty of man, I or a* soon therafter a* the mattet
must acknowledge that His original Eccleslastes 1213. midnight on April 7, as the New, small square pieces of bone used can he heard, for authority to soil
'aII.ra Of Bradford und Union vuuntlra *re Invited to use this de- and unalterable plan has been : Year begins one minute after aids in I at pubuia or private sale. the entire
news of church actltltlm. organization and announce ind Now for the sermon as preachedby as calculating. I interest. and estate of said minor In '
and no charge made the Is progressing systematically Arthur Brisbane in the night on Dec. 31. etc." I and to the following described land ., ,
runel1Space freely given only l'tIquiremen'Jlltll Tampa mid'I'I In ,
to completion, and when the Let us We thank CE.KHK' REPORT I County, Florida, to-wlt I
such Items reach thin rlltce before Wednesday morning Tribune of last Sunday March 26. The South half of the Northeast '
Great Clock of the
i1*.!* *...i." they cannot he handled for. current Issue. __ __ ages strikes Be it remembered that Mr. Brisbane God for this depression. We 8tark Fla. M rch t, un I quarter of Section Twelve , \' :
-, the hours Indicated on.the prophetic Thee for these great days that Report? of the Clerk of the Circuit -,I Tpwn.hlp Seven U) South. Range
dial the events foretold is said to be, the highest paid Court In and for Bradford Coun:I Nineteen (IS) Ea.t. AUo I..ota On. 1
LAWTEY are as
i CUURClllJllu.v.l.v"Y editorial writer!! in the world and try men'a souls. Days that test ty. Florida on account of taxis, a-", I (I O.) Two (3), Three (U. Four (4) 1
sure to follow as that God foretold that an.. ,Six. (I) nf Block Eight : .,
he is men. Days bring us face to .e..1 for the year, 183J. I Cs). In f
SUNDAY SCHOOI. I First Baptist. Church them, and He is fully able to bringit (or was) the most inveterate face with our religion as well as C. A. Knight. Tax Collector.Voet I Ward Which City. Florida. LI
application will be "
LESSON I opponent of national prohibition in Pr.... I I bad en :
Hev. L. F. Chapin pastor. to pass (Isa. 14:21-27: Isa 48:9- America. our folly and our sins. If our religion To bal. due Feb. 1 _.. ..___ .4(101( \91My I the petition now on file In the laid '
And this writer -
1 believes oourt. '
11)). Is of God is of divine| amount collected __ ._- 111.8 i s;
-- Preaching services first and that by his continual knocking of origin, To bl. due Feb. 18 __ .447001 Dated March 15th 101S ILONNIIJI

third Sundays 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. The closer to the end we come prohibition, that he has done more and of divine authority, it will support ...1... A PorfvHer. t-17-5t-4-14 1I10nOAN, '
APRIL 2, 19SS and sustain us unto the end To bal. diK Feb. t .._STOI. 4By Uuardlan L tJ
FOB the plainer is revealed the scorn of than any other ten men to poison amount collected _. .. -- 80.14 .1

m.Sunday school 10 a. m., H. B. Ar- the world as it grows more antag- the minds of the American citizen and enable us to stand with firm To bal. due Feb. t* _$511.00Cosety NOTICE! or APPMO'TIOFOR

Ministering to wood onistic toward the truth becausethe faith on Paul's platform In Rom. Head and nrlda- VAX MKKO:
Jesus supt. .
Subject: ship against the 18th amendcment. M"I........ ?Nntlc la
eWl, and Gentiles., Prayer Service 7:30 p. m. Wed adversary knows well that the But It Is our sencere hope that this 8:28.: Go read It. To' bal due Feb. t ._.5I\>\HJ.0!) stellH.. Job,,., holder. given of tax. that eertlfl-Mra,

I nesday. prophetic word contains instruc- editor of International fame has O God, we deplore the ([overmental Wv amount collected .-_- 1 711 01 tate Nn. *28. the 11th) day 01 AIIWU.t,
"Other sheep a
Golden Text: To bal. due Feb 18 _BUT.06Coemtr A It 195 ha.. tiled said
are not of this fold; B. Y. P. U. 6:30: p. m. Sunday. tions so applicable in these trouble case of deep pungent conviction. sin, and monumental folly of Mrhovl ....rsI'I. In my office and mod application certificate J
which: *
aye, the President of these and .. bal. due Feb. 1 _. __ .8S24 117 ,
united u for tax deed to lu
and has done
some times he thereon In
also I must bring. and they every. brought about by' the cry of the fly amount collected mo.71To acnordance -
n with law
theni my voice; and there shall Grace 3!. E. Church 'thing In his power to cover up the wets "To hell with the prohibition those who joined with him In violating balance due. Feh.11 _. 63(3. the following Rail certificatemhrnoa d ncrbe! aU hear .
truth of the word of the living God their oath of office; turned ( rnntr Poll property" situated In Ilradfurd 1
law and the 18th amendment. Coun
one fold, and one shepherd. Rev. W. B. Christy pastor. To' balance due Keh 1 ._ 44100 ty, Florida to-wit '
be Preaching 2nd and 4th Sundaysat (Eph. <414< <<, 1 Tim. 4:1): As we And almost Instantly following traitor to their own promises Hy amount collected ___ 'locke 7 and R In: Hampton ij:
10:16. belnir
Jolin : 11 a. m. and 7:30 come nearer the end the more,, this cry an assassin shot to kill trampled upon the constitution I To balance due Feb, IK\ 441.00TotHl In /Heo. 50. Twp T S. H. 13 Eat. 4
Text: Mark 7:24-37.: p. m. NBfe-llrltoal llraaler ,I IT The $$
Lesson of Mark 7, thertarie3 Prayer service Wednesday 7:30: i plainly we can see the power of I I the president and killed Mayor which Uiey swore they would uphold <. bal. dun Feb. I _? __88S9RS/\ \ / ,under the aHMnent said certificate of Raid property lud
the first part and the mandates of Mr _.. .
in : Satan manifested (Rev. 12:12: Rev. Cermak and the defied "amount collected !K4 IS: wan In the nan* of Unknown
I staggered world
and scribes Inquired of p. To bal due Feb 111 .. 8135631 '
the God of all I irplna sold certificate
16:14): ) and the moral and and has worlds. I shall he re '
Sunday school 10 a. m. Mra. spiritual somewhat sobered AmerIca I Total anh.ftraaol (loadedTo "ilonied according,
walk not thy disciples to law tax deed
"Why 0, God help our law-makers to bal. lu. Fob I .. .IIIU./IR/
Jesus conditions of the world will In and will l I., Ktie thereon
of Mary Moore general (we hope) Editor nn the 17th day
to the tradition the supt. II V amount tollectvd __ IU17 ,
according- nee and realize that his Idol of of April, A. 11 103.1.
but eat bread with unwashI League 6:30: p. m. Sunday. be the darkest and most delusive Brisbane in particular.At drink-this beer I I To balance, due Feb. IlL 472a.88Arrlcultejral : nntm thl 16th day of March A r
strong to
and perilous of any time in the god D. IU33.i ,,
Jesus answered "This least such a law as the beer T. bal due Frb. 1 480.81t
I hands. which they have appealed to aid ? i A. J. THOMAS, ,
honoureth me with their Fraternal long tragic history of humanity law for revenue is nothing short fly amount, collected. ._ 13.80 (led ) Clerk of Circuit (Court
people ((2 Tim. 3:5: 13)). of them :n ending this depression is To but duo, Fob. 811\ '.' _h'_ 447.00Willow1 Bradfoid County, 1'10')1a.n.llt.4.14. ,
but their heart is far from Lawtey Lodge No. 180 F. & A. governmental biirbnrlxnVto pro doomed, and must ultimately tumble PenalnltTo j Bf
lipS And at this time there will ] ____ .
very : bat du.
vain do they wor- M. tect the unprincipled, lawless liquor Feb. I no 460 40Hv
Howbeit meets at city hail 1st
line. building in ruins at their feet. _
amount collected 15.591'ti
be the fullest and clearest Revela. NOTKM\ OF : : ; -
Lip teaching for doctrines the and 3rd Tuesdays at 7:30 dealers whose buHlnwwt. ran only bal clue Fub.. 88 ___ 44701 .
me, p. m. tlon of Divine Truth and 'ever May they 0 God be made to see Ry the power vented In them by ,.
0uunandments of men. For laying T. T. Blackburn, W. M. light prosper by the degeneracy, debauchery what a dismal nilnerabla. ghastly Knnd A llrld*;. latrrenf A KlnhlnwTra the liiwx of the mate. of Florida, the I .j

commandment of God ye O. J. Phillips given to any generation of men it poverty and downfall bal due Feb Fuse 1 .__ 10,7170 Hoard of Public Inatructlon of Jlrad.
I aside the Secy. failure their beer program is, so fore! County call an election. to be
was in the time of the end that the
the and final damnation In hell of Hv amount collected 47171
of hold at the
Isold the tradition men as far economic .n -- following place on I
as any or moral goodto To bal. due Feb S8 _Id,148 08
prophet declared that the visionconcerning April 11, 193S for the of '9 ,
and who the Infernal pinpoint
and TI1EKESSA patronize
Iwuhlnff of ; BAPTIST ChURCH
\ pots cups the glorious this nation is concerned. A. J. THOMAS Clerk. nleotlnir three trtmteo. ...'h, and de .'
many other such like things ye do." I consuma- traffic.To O God in these distressing times termining th* mlllnitn to b* .........1 '
accused the Jews of Services will ; held tlon of, God's Plan should speak I II SCHEDULE CHANGED In. Curb dlatrlct for the ensulnc two
I Thus Jesus Saturday hell with any law that pro may the citizens of this great nation year,
(Hab. 2:3)) and to it would<
: some
1 teaching the doctrines of men rather -i before the third Sunday of each I poses to solve or in anyway, brace turn their minds and hearts For the purpose of holding. ald.
The Pharasees month. speak plainly (Dan. 12:4:<<, 9, 10 The following in schedules election the managers are a. fol
than of God. up our staggering economic systemby from the worship of the dollar-god, changes low: .,

became very angry with Jesus and i D. L. Phillips, Pastor. Prov. 16:14): ). offering legalized beer and booze to the worship of the true and U'I- are announcea by the S. A. L. Dlntrlct, No. 1. Hampton I I.. J. ,

lAId plans to cause his death. If the Bible did teach the con instead of bread to' 16,000,000 Job. ng God whose word Is final, absolute Ry. Co., effective Deo. 15; Wynn llarrlnon.DUtrlct M. u Wattoriion and O. U ;iLtIlfr

I After the feeding of the five up to Heaven he sighed, and saith flicting doctrines of men. It should less, and< hungry men. and Irrevocable we ask It in SouthboundNo. No. 10, Vanderbllt T.evr *;

thousand which occurred In April unto him Ephphatba that is Be be preached and If it did teach Now let us hear Mr. Brisbane's Jesus' name. Amen. 1, due Starke 11:17: p. m N"rmsn Whltehead Kirby Crews and Bam'

lat about the time of the Passover, opened and straightway his cart that eternal torture is the fate of I last Sunday's sermonette: Faithfully yours local. DlHtrlct No It, New Ulver: Ethan

I Jesus delivered two addresses in were opened, and the string of his all except the Saints that should "What Is the whole- duty of man W. K. Daugherty No. 11, due Starke, 9:35: a. m. drew HHPP .C. C. Wynn and a. W An

Icspernaum which aroused much tongue was loosed and be spake also be preached yes and thun- I in America? local. I\ *tilct No. lit. ICellbronn: N. D.

opposition. After those discourses plain. And charged them that dered from the house tops hourly; "According to the Bible it is "to No. 107, due Starke 10:27: a. m. rtron. W. C. demon. and Ix>nal* .
they should tell no man but the but as it does not so teach that PRESBYTERLtNServices Starling
little time in Galilee ; visit the fatherless limited.
Jetui spent very and widows in ) II, nraham: I* R.
but retired into Phenlcla and more he charged them so the morea fact should be made known and I their affliction and to keep him No. 191, due Starke 10:55 p. m. I'h. :'i.l.rIJ'M: .' ln and H. M: ; 1

I great deal they published it; those foul stains dishonoring Gods ,I Sunday April 2, as follows limited. Jnhnon.
Into Decapolls and into Iturea, self unspotted from the world. A. J. OntFFIS. fI...,,,.
|which extended to the north on the and were .beyond measure astonished holy name should be removed, for "But in civilized 1933 you might : NorthboundNo. W. C. MANNINU Chin.174l4T .

I eastern side of the Jordan. An- saying. He hath done all God has no intentions of tortur- believe that the most Importantpart I 10 a. m. Sunday school. 2 due Starke 5'08: a. m. local. ll.HIIK AND t"'flrF.TOnS" "

things well; be maketh both the ing any of His creatures any far 11 a. m. Morning worship. .PVKIAI, 11
Bother reason for going to the reg- of the whole duty of man Is No. 12, due Starke 3:17: p. m. KI.KC1IOVTil ; t.,
lion and Sidon have deaf to hear and the dumb to ther than death (Rem. 6:23): ). to drink 7 p. In. Christian Endeavor. Hoard of County. Comml- .
of Tyre may beer"Solemnly local. sinners of llradford County, at a .1
speak." And it was man and not God Topic, "Can and should we love all I trailed 1 .
been to secure rest. It seemed No. 108, due Starke 5.40:<< p. m. meeting held In Htark on
Rslmost it that has limited to this Gospel age newspapers discuss men, even our enemies?" Matt. 0:' Thuriday:' March 9th. 1981, appoint
impossible to secure the day on which beer drinkingmay 1 local. ed the followingclerk I and Inspectors -
at adllltance. ._ the last opportunity of obtaininglife <43-48.< << Leader. Genevieve Kenly. to serve at the flimclnl. Election
around Capernaum, or even --- Starke and Wannee Branch-No.
for In God's due time He will begin. Fear Is expressed that 8 p. m. Union service. George F. to b* held at the Several preolncta. '
In New York 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a.. m., No. within Bradford County ,
a misunderstanding on Tuesday ,
:For a certain woman, whoseIjouBg have all to be saved (1 Tim. 2:4: TibbetU just! back from his tour 102 arrives 2::40<< m. March' 88th, ,
unclean BOB Jui N ::5 6)). of the legislature'Tnay delay beer'1arrival around the'world will be the speaker Preolnct I No. \ai..teYI. Clerk Ja*. 4
daughter had an T. J. Griffin Agent. ,. .
by a whole week. What. Rolrt' lnpcotr K. 10.) Ulanohard, ,
account of his im
The offer of life to the Church giving an
spirit, heard of him and came and calamity! Cloning of Mall J. H ustinflalii.' I Jones.
I in this age was under the Coven pressions.The I'realnot No. S, North Starke;
fell at his feet;; the woman was a "That men up to their necks In annual South Clerk L. A. Davis: in.p.otors-H. I'.
Greek, a Syropheniclan by nation; OMMENTS ant of Sacrifice (Ps. 80-5: Rem. depression, with the world topsy- congregational Train No. 11, parcel post, 9:00a. : Walnwrlcht. F. M. Norman, J. 1C i r1i
12:1): ) and to the world durlllgChrlst.s of this church will be held In nitch.
land she besought him that he I .. ....,.. ON the turvy should concentrate heart, the church m. Precinct No. I, South Htark: .j :
I out ,of r'i-, reign will be under Wednesday evening Train No. letters delivery Clerk, U D Vlnlnc
would cast forth the devil HEPANo mind and soul of 107. special ; Inipeotor. T. K
I her But Jesus said unto I _.. New Covenant (Rom. 14:9<<: Heb. on a glass beer April 5, at 8 o'clock. Social time and 10:00 Kendrick K. W llaye. J. U Under-
daughter. special handling
shows how much amount to. hili. ,
they and refreshments at the following ,
HEREAFTER.Education 10:11.: Jer. 31:31): ). manse I yt
I her Let the children first be filled; "Next Thursday at midnight will a. m. Precinct No. 4, araham Clerk '
I for It Is not meet to take the chil- While God's Message to the the meeting.A North Cheiley Fosiri Inspector, H. S. Wa*> r
ccmo a new American celebration din, W. T. MclCver. ,
cordial Invitation to all H T. Thoma .
dren's bread and cast it unto the of the wrong kind : Church during this age has been: to be called "Brew Year's Eve." our Train No. 12, parcel post and reclnct. No. 6 Ilamptoni Clerk, l'

I dogs. And she answered and said Present your bodies a living sac services extended to all. letters, 2 I:60 ml C H Harper;(1 ":io.rm'-f.ark.r.
may become a curse Instead of a Beer becomes legal at one minute S p. U.Y: Saxon,: I. W.
I unto him. Yes. Lord; yet the dogs blessing. You cannot send a man rifice (Rom. 12:1): His message to after midnight on April 7, as the r40'ncuNotk.s Train No. 108, Letters special I'reclnot. No. II Thereiea. : Clerk A,

{under the table' eat of the chilf to the penitentiary for forgery until the world during this age has been: new year begins one minute after of first meeting of creditor delivery and special handling 0:10: T Jacob'. Sullivan I I. Cartnn| Inspector: .John t*Hall.Htnaon, ,
Keep thy tongue from evil and thy *: In the ltrlut Court of the
dren' crumbs. And he said unto after you teach him to write. I midnight on Dec. 31. Hotel and restaurants United Btatea for the Southern Dl.. p. m. 'r.ln..t, No. 7 New Ulvert Clerk,
I her for this saying go thy way the lips from speaking guile. Depart will be ready for "Brew' tilct of Florida. In Rankruptcy. Night mails don at 6:00: p. .- 10. A, Happi Inspector (2. O. Butler : ,
H. U Cr.w, lUuetis
I devil Is out of '" from evil and do good. seek peace In the matter of Wade Hampton Train No. 1 South 11:17: m. Kelley.
gone thy thoughts. Jesus was the greatest teacherthe Year's Eve" celebrators beer Andrew, of Htark, Florida In the p. ; 1'reclnct No. S Ilrooken Clerk. Xn <
I If she was desperately In earnest world ever saw. There are and pursue it (Ps. 34: 13 14)). steins will be on the table and County of Bradford, District afore- train No. 2, North 6.08: a. m. Hurrenoyi, Inspector, R. T. Otn
If. I'. M.
I she would press her request and three absolutely important things Few have heeded either message, Joy presumably unconf Ined." .Hid. bankrupt Starke and Bell BranchTrainNo. Oalney, 4l.: W.I\ti'/:8'fi.: ;
Notice I I. that
hereby given
I not easily So it Is with only a little flock sacrificed andas onMarch 101. mail closes 7:00: a. m. No, Chairman Hoard of County Comtnlloner .
give I
up. in teaching. First, a great teacher Now what? Notice what he says 18 1983, the acid debtor was llradforcl '
I people today. One main reason must know his subject. In our for the world though It naUedup about the "men" who 'concentrate duly Mdjudved bankrupt and that 102 arrives 2:40:<< p. m. I Ida. County Flor ,
the tint of Bald creditor
I why many fall short of receiving educational instlutlons we insist: the motto "honesty is the best heart mind and .soul on a glassof : will be held meeting In Court House, Stark.. Blue Btu Schedule I .ATT7C8TA :: '

I all they should policy", it has in general neglectedto Florida, on 7. 19J3., at clock Daily effective Jan. 1 1932. I J. THOMAS
In a spiritual way upon every teacher sticking to bis beer show bow much thev :r.OI;: Clerk. S-10-3-3-14. i iNOiten ,, : .
at ald creditor
it and heeded rather p m., :
III practice I
that they are not enough in major. Second, a great teacher amount,to." I may attend, prove their claim, appoint Northbound 5:03: a. m., 1:69: p ,,1 .-
lead J
I earnest. must know his pupil. Third a Avarice. The Ecclesiastical And so far as sober, righteous. a trustee. examine the bankrupt m., 4:59 p. m, 8:19: p. m. I .,' h

"And when she was come to her great teacher must live what he ers have invaded their seminarieswith ----- ---- ---.,-and- -traniaet..-'-- .. such oth.rbu.i--- i Southbound-9:34 a. m., 12:34: p In the Circuit Court la and for 4 q
Bradford Florida.
J house, she found the devil gone out teaches. Jesus knew His Subjects. doctrines dishonoring God's I m, 4:34<< p. m., 12:50: a. m. I eery, County In (Chan FI

land her daughter laid upon the He came to tell men about God. holy name such as higher criticism -. Tickets and Information at I, ttdward: ..H. Jarvl, Complainant. i" .

|bed. He said that He and God were One.. evolution Inherent Immortality Smith's Service Station, next. to Myrtle"Jarvis, Defendant. -' ',!, ,

"Now the woman was a Greek." Jesus knew His pupil. He knew eternal torment, the trinity, MISHAPS PROCLAIMED BY HEADLINES courthouse. I In the name nl lbs state. of Flip '
within and other I Ida to the defendant, Myrtle Jar
I She natural law, you. ,
spoke the 1 1I
language. what was In man. He should have vl.i
I which evidently was understood by known because He made man. Jes- false doctrnes that have led the I The complainant having filed hi* '

I Christ tho his people into gross error and destroyed SAVE JOHN RUSKNCCICARCBANDSv! I worn bill of complaint wherein It ,' .
customary speech No .
us lived what He taught per- i la .11..1 that your plane of rl- .
Wild Aramaic, the common form of son in the history of the world everso the faith of multitudes in Headlines continue to proclaim accidents where cars run off the 'denoe I. ilelmont' State of MI..I..II"
Hebrew. the Inspired word of God (Jer. 12-: where skid sideways into the ditch I pi I that you are over the age of "
Matthew calls her a completely lived up to His own roadway, they or a telephone twenty-one year, and that there l lno '
CanaanUish woman, because the standards. After two thousand 10. 12, Jer. 23.13: 14, Jer 5:25-30: pole, or where they turn somersaults Into the field. Flat or crowned I, person In the State of Florid 1' 1 1I

Phoenicians belonged to the 'Ca- years He is still the one flawlesi Jer, 8:11 Jer. 9.8,9)), but GcJd declares curves, dangerous for speeds higher than 25 miles an hour In dry Aak your dealer I ervlce would bind of yoU subpoena upon whom :i '

naanites of the Old Testament, being character In human history. their council shall not stand weather and broad daylight, probably will continue to be prevalent for new Premium I I It I I. ordered and you are hereby c 4 .

> of Semitic stock; but they were (-Ps. 2:1-12.: Isa. 8.9,10): I for years to come. I required to appear to the billnomplalnt of .
research is to be commended I I filed In this cause, on or
heathen Idolaters.It So whether we believe .1 in the Scientific -. -- ..: Catalog. More I before the Ird day of April, A, 1>< '
i la true and Its suggestions con- : I 1033 ele a decree pro con ft mo will
that Christ confined must I
deity of Jesus or not we recognize Havana tobacco b* *ntrd. against you.
his work almost enUrely to the that He was a great teach sidered, yet Its conclusions are I It U further nrdord that a copy .

Jews because they were best'prepared er. Why don't men listen to Him r by no means Infallible and if they i II now I of this order b* |,iiibllhed In the .
) "Bradford '
t County
t to receive his and Kiwanis speak not according to His WordIt 1T ( I Telegraph" one f
message I attend Rotary Clubs and used in JOHNRUSKINmaking I each week for four conieeutlvn\ ,

because during hia short ministry Clubs and all sorts of groupsof is because there is no light in .- I wk.before th* return date hereinnamed. p

there was not time to extend his both men and women. I often them (Isa. 8:20): I V'.k; I Wilt...* my hand and .seat. at '

efforts to the heathen: However, hear some man presented to a The fact that no recovery from .;.J\1r It.1. it tlie I IIt.k., Hradford County Florida. ,
he healed the Adamlc loss Is yet accomplished ,, grcateNt I thin the 27th day of February A. 1>. .
a Samaritan leper group as a great authority. Mr. 1931.

Preached to Samarltapa cured the So-and-So tells us what to do In though nearly two thous- cigar value at 5c:. c1-r; J. THOMAS,

servant of a Gentile and In the order to have good times in busi and years have elapsed since our' Smoke the size $((8..1)... t-3-31 of Court.NHBHIFF'S the .circuit .

Arable of the Good Samarltiana ness. Another man suggests an- Lord died. Is no more an argument i _
t4ught the obligation of giving other remedy for our distresses. against Restitution than Is the fact ."'-.. $ you prefer I lly vltrue of an execution S.tLK "sue.1 "I )..

help to anyone in need. There are a thousand voices mingled -I that four thousand years elapsed Perfecto Extra or nut of the Circuit Court In and for 4 ,c '

The hostility of scribes and PharIsee together trying to tell us bow before his death a proof that God Ith Bradford day of County November, Florida il42, dated In favorof th*
' Panetela.
had now become bitter and so to solve our problems. The voiceof had not planned the redemption H. F. Uoodrlch llubber Company t' "

|u'nY'-uf| his followers had deserted Jesus clear and-dlstinct. sounds before the foundation of the world a. corporation, and against W, If. Edward ; j 4' ,
upon a certain judgment of '
him that it seemed wise for Jesus ,down the ages "Seek ye first the (Eph.: 1:4,6: Tim. 1:9): ). BlJ. court recorded In the minute

to> leave Galilee for a time. of God and His righteousness And as we are tempted to grow ,,, of said court In book 7, page 339 K.a .
kingdom i NOW
; of Bradford County, havlevlod j'
According to Joaephus Phoe- and all these things shall discouraged by the seeming failure upon the following described

nicia embraced the seacoast and be added unto your In other bf God in what we see about ,pw property situate. lying 1 and: being 1 In '

Plain from Carmel God us in these sobering days we will MORE HAVANA ] Bradford County, Florida and J
northward words He says, "If you'll put known and described a* follow
Tyre was about thirty-five miles first, everything else will take care, do well to remember that the -I(03JecYlMasol Commencing! 113 ft Wt of the .
MM corner of lot 4 of block 4. according 4ME;
rthwe t of the northern end of I of Itself." We have tried every' transparent! victory moment of all to the original plat or the '

the Sea of Galilee and Sidon some ,other theory in government. Don't 1 I time will be that moment when I town. of .awtey thence H. 100' ft, :

'*enty-tlve miles still farther you think it Is about time that we out from the midst of world failure Bumpy roads that cause cars to automobile accidents which Involved thence thence. E.W along 6* ft the thence H *lile N.of 10 Lake) ft, .

eorth.t Both cltlc8 were noted for ;tried out the theory of Jesus and disaster the Great Resurrection jitter and lose traction; rain, sleet Improper actions of drivers MILD Avenue to the point of beginning, .

ur.r; commerce wealth ,and lux- I Ic Christ Voice calls out from the snow. oil and gravel which cause 61,890 of the mishaps resulted I r earn 13. townshIp being W I.,8.of rang Hallway II E.In and S..a.. ,

cry.'And blue sky behind which He I Is hid- cars to skid; crowns in the road I portion of lot 4, block 4 of the town '

again departing from the King William. desiring to test den for the time is coming in or even flat curves which conspirewith from cars going off roadways. The of In Ijtwtey.the public according record to of plat Bradford thereof .

oasts of Tyre and Sidon he came I the thumb screw method of punishment which all that are In the graves speed to let the laws of gravitation deaths from these accidents numbered County Florida <

the unto the Sea of Galilee through I endured only three twists. shall hear His Voice and shall come and centrlfulgal force operate 3,850 and persons injured, And will bidder..11!for! til ca.: .*h am during* to the thohl..h..t ,, 'i )

nUdat of the coast of Decap- forth (John 0:28: 29) .He will swallow and destroy those who fall non-fatally numbered 71740. Dataon legal hour of sale> on the ird day

out that And< they bring unto him one The first recorded< theatre performance up death In victory (Isa. 25:8): ). to observe them-these are re.pon- the direction of cars involved nf April 1913 at. the couth door of
the court hou. In the town fie
was deaf, and had an 1mj j in North America was by Prophetically we are assured that sible for thousands of deaths, tens in accidents show that 28,250: resulted Stark, U rail ford County. Florida :

Pfd1| went In his speech; and they I amateurs at Quebec in 1G 4. there will be a morning of blessing of thousands of injuries and mangled from skidding and that 1,-, CIGARS SATISFY term Cash *al. being made *ut>-
be.te In suit
Ject taxes, and foreclosure
bllJI.ech aim to put his hand upon that will fully compensate for all cars according to figures covering 270 persons were killed and 34,020 I now pending on a part of the aalo.
And he tock him aside from Japan's worst national disaster the dark shadow of the night time last :year's causes of 743,300 I were injured. many of whom were lOc SMOKERS property. .

In'o: multitude, and put hill fingers I caused destruction of Tokio by past (Ps. 30:3): automobile accidents, 29,000 deaths maimed for ;Ue. The speed Jaws I.' Sheriff of Bradford WO..T.: EPPERSON.County, Florida. ,

his -n, and he spit, and I arthquake, tidal wave and fire on S. Courtney I I and 904800 persons Injured. may not be enforced but the laws I GAINESVILLE: / CANDY CO. J. U FRAZKU. ..

tOICh <1 his tongue; ana looking I II September 1, Starke, Florida. la 1932 out of a total of 612,000 of physic are always enforced. | Gainesville, Fla., Distributor $..Attorney.St.-l,. for Plaintiff. .t.'

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over the falls and 'cameout: with- TALKS ON TREES
Bradford County Telegraph l outeven the barrel. .

Maybe You'tie I ,From; Other Pens "Well, we got'l dfelkm' 'and h* "A.-, .qte"A (By E. Porter Felt,

? Established J877 r", ,, told me how hint add old man hard : '," : ; Research Laboratories.Bartlett Tree

' lid I Heard It But 1 focLhad gdti fn! ''thb rthg-together rtI' "'fJlass Conn) St&lI1fo!

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class NO DEATHIN TUB l TIN CAN ftnef:how be'd'taken It on the chin I f) The Introduced insect eet

: .Matter ai. the .Post Office at Starke Florida _j __ until be was just about out on his RUSSELl KAY together too well known II,11-
c ? feet,, But just when he was about I : ? tbia
a ., r- FALSE TEETH AND COCK ouficwlvea, In some way, have ready to lay down and take the' j SccrclM)'. Florid Pren AMocianot country' Most of the seven w.JII.

E.,L. Matthews__*._____-___________.Editor and Owner ROBINS gotten the Impression! that deathlurked Fount: be began to get used to It, I' -' 1 1 m mil ii ii i by age the by,insects uninvited In America Is caule4
Well It won't be long now, just guests
: tin and that ,
J li| art optn can, so he decided to try once more and SOB. '"-
; SUBSCRIPTION RATE It is nice, after the feverish news jt wa. "1nvltlllg the grim monster come up smiling: I a few days more and the 1933 leg very destructive and for a 8ertea ..

of the past few weeks, to find the to feed her folks on food left In "Right then and there," he says islature will assemble for better or years, others are of rela"veir

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance front pages of our dally; newspaper ; open vessels of tin: The United ""I started In to balance my mental f or,>vorse., And boy, will that be> aparty. minor Importance.

is Advertising Rates on Application covered with such' pastoral States' Department of Agriculturehas budget. For the first time In twenty You know, If I had my way The European p'ne! shoot moths." I
; of the
I.- items aa: "Blue Jay Put Out of exploded .this' old belief, and years I was without an automo I'd 'take the whole gang and lock'em'up one recent comers. It ivy

Action by Cock Robin "Spring : bile. I afford somewhere, take away their discovered here in 1914 and i.
says just couldn't 1I01r
kt* Maybe lazy people are only hoarding their energy. Chant of Pas- radios and cut every widely distributed it
: Brings Mysterious "It is safe to' leave canned foods one ,I walked to work every newspapers occurs Dot
0 caugoula River," "Fafee\ Teeth Cost ,standing in the cans after being op morning to save that lousy other form of communication. Then only upon ornamentals, but |III certain -
Job of Bearded Lady" and "Stock- have an Idea keep 'em there where nobody could localities has become ,
return of the two-cent stamp. i ened. Many people fickle carfare. Every step I eatab.
1 ,! Simile: As welcome as llsheil In forest
AboardShip. bother 'em and let 'em ahead
holm Convinced Oarbo Is 'that there Is some mysterious and took rd get sorer feeling BO sorry go plantings. TIle
l } and to their hearts' Mugho pine and the
0 change that takes place legislate content Scotch
for myaelf I was In no condition to she!
J Technocracy went out about as quick as Empress Eu It makes us feel that maybe when the contents of the can are do any constructive work. I wantedto are and trees recent very subject to infestatto!

things: aren't so bad after all when exposed to the air. although they dump a lot of broken glass in developments hoe

# ,: genie hats.' the bearded lady's false teeth are do not worry about the food as I the streets so everybody else would Of course it would'be tough on shown that this borer thrives aw

-e sandwiched In between Nazi retaliation long as the can stands unopened on have to walk like I did, and it was the lobby lizards, but rm bettin' upon the red pine, a species IarCtll

+ Home isn't place to hang the hat for bareheaded against the Jews and the. the pantry"'shelt. In answer to all I could do to keep from throwIng when the boys finally did come planted In recent years as a t prop,!
even a newest Japanese air raid. numerous inquiries on this point, rocks at every street car that out, 'f t would go down In historyas sing forest tree. The work of thb

college; boys. the bureau of home economics of passed me. Oh, I was a mental the best session that was ever European pest la easily recognize,

o lOSS Model WhatUlt the United States* Department of volcano. held. I don't think it would be any since the small caterpillars fed<<

I Agriculture has said repeatedlythat where near as long drawn out and In the buds frequently killing
"Then I met fel- an
Melroae is I one morning a
The new road from Keystone Heights to a A new 193 model Whatislt seen food la perfectly tare If.left low with a clubbed foot and we expensive aa legislatures usually but one of the whorl of terminal

pretty drive. this week for the first time has standing In a can under proper'con walked tog th rand, In spite of are. buda. The lone survivor f request!*

o been attracting the attention and clltlotus of storage after the can la his affliction, he was cheerful andI -, But anyway you take it, their pushes out to one aide and thet

admiration of automoble enthusiasts. opened. In fact the can is often started checkln' I knew task,Is not an easy one and It is turns upward, the resulting de

n Well, one thing you very seldom hear of a farmer' com the most convenient container in other chap that was up.blind and an-he gonna be up to you and me'give fortuity being very suggestive of

x mitting'suicide.. The Whatislt seems to be the result which to keep the food. Food wasn't crying about it,, so I quit ,'em our confidence and support the poathorn of early days, and u,
/, of a successful compromise be- apollo no faster and no slower In about Remember they are human beings Europe it ia known as the pott.
; 8. -i : worryin the money and automobiles -
{ tween the back-to-nature move- an open can than it does In any I didn't have and started with ,a tough job on their hands, homer. The stunted growth of the

c What has happened to all the fellows who used to want to ment and the machine age. '''Its other container and one can leave makin' mental credits like this: not wizards or magicians or mir tips and masses of dead bUd

A become'partners in the business? .I. *;' advantages are that the owner food In an open can just as'safely I "I've got good health, two good acle'workers, so give 'em a break. makes recognition of the work of
benefits from the comfort of an but of it thla insect
as open dish course relatively
.-- ,.V hind legs a fine pair of eyes, even easy Thli
springs and pneumatic tires and most have the to ThIs may be confirmed '
same care keep got most of my hair, I had break- road holiday talk la all by breaking open
+, Just thinking about the legislature meeting next. month yet buys no license nor pays no It-cool and covered."-Tallahassee fast this morning and I know I'll right but if we quit buildln' roads, a few buds and finding among the

gas tax. Democrat. what about all the that pitchy debris small brownish .
poor cows caterpillars
'a made weather warm right up. Starkewas have lunch this noon. There Is a i
; Tbe first Whatislt seen in -p- roof over head and while live; out In the backwoods and aln.tnever with darker heads and ap-
my my
i 'f o-r rolling merrily along In frontof INCONGRUOUSV clothes may not be new they are had the advantages of nice proxImately a quarter of an Inch la

a Japan has withdrawn from the League of Nations. She the City Hall Wednesday morn- --:V...;. clean and I'm in pretty darn good concrete sidewalks and' grassy length.
1 Ing, and In case you have not been The borers
shoulders? You gotta think of are so
the absenceof list all the well
official shape around.
baa been;outside in spirit for some time. Introduced to this new method of an way Well that. protected In the buds and the
I of the the time I SUN j
committee'uslgnmentIJ given by reached the office, I
ff:' 0 transportation, we'll tell.,you,thatit feelln j rounding debris as to be practical
f the Florida was
members oft, a na- : downright wealthy
; is and"the next excitement consists of the body partf( an I tlonaf The 'I I ,j'TVby I understand there are some ly Immune to sprays. It Is feasible
Well ''ouri special election over, chassis congress if Is learfte'3'fromone day before had Instructed
4 automobile
; propelled by
,, localities (in this state where kind to cutoff and burn the (Infested
+ the is the legislature itself. most any old nag that might hap- the'pater4"In his: district my'stenol'rapher' to go back over since
a m on program that Representative Green,, of'the: the books and getup a statement f;ced old cows are compelled toW tips otherwise there Is only
pen to be around. lk f rom fifty'to'sixty miles to a deformed stunted
I 0 growth. Laterin
second district,, (roes'on; the rivers showing the business we had done
*,: i Ed Wynn tells of a woman who was such a bad cook that OLD JAN-OLD GUY and harbors committee.' This la i in January, 1932, so I could com reach even a county road. The the spring some of the green
situation is Intolerable. Still tips lop and are
t perhaps due to the1seniority rule 'pare It with January, 1933.1 want- some over evidently
his lunch.
the wolf at her door brought own weak. These
\ heartless for are infested
r, people are howling a by the
which runs more or less throue-h': ed to see bow we were holding up.
c 0t I There should be a law againstone I much of the congressional fabric. "We were so far off compared road, holiday.I nearly full grown caterpillars.. They

p '' : Find the logic: the Nazis have started persecuting Jews orchestra so flagranUy plagIarizing However that may be, it la Incon,{,I with last lear it was pitiful. Then I I'' are brown and nearly an Inch long,
the style of a rival outfit. I How can we expect to have contented The cutting and burning of these It
: that Jews being persecuted. gruous. iI realized that my perspective was
for circulating propaganda were I
Time was when Jan Garber was a This is not"' ifd because of any J wrong. You couldn't get an intelligent I| cows when people go around advisable on ornamentals. The

0 good band leader In his own right objection 'to MI!. Green, personally picture by comparing ''shOoting the bull like that ImagIne pest may also be controlled by

', C1i'k As we understand it, no one thinks there should be a -but now he is uninterestingly referred nor in criticism of him but be- years. The only sane thing to do how you would feel If you werea spraying with an oil, nicotine and
to as the "second Lombardo. country cow, located miles and arsenate of lead combination the
k ; lobby in Tallahassee except, of course, the one he is interested cause It seema that either of the under present conditions was to latter
y, i Why be a second anybody other four repreaenatlves from compare last month with this miles from the nearest state highway part of June. and in some

') In.; when he could be the first Garber T that state with nothing to eat but Instances a second application curly
would be better for the month, last week.with this week,
m"", ,Not that the imitation hasn't improved Spanish moss and wire grass. In July may be advisable
rc 0 particular position. The second district or yesterday with today, So I adjusted '
Jaa's band the Insects attack shade trees
-folowing u
will be la entirely inland. There Is : my mental budget again and
Marconi that the next radio
predicts war a war. Lombardo school of rythm would not river'' of "pave says we've got $250,000,000 well as field crops. We cannot
a within checked
Here's the United States stays at home and tunes consequence we January 1933 against worth of escape the pests. We
hoping that more than likely Improve any orchestra Its borders--nor- even one harbor.On December 1932, and the ''picture roads now and they have may control

In. (even the one that playedat the other hand, the first, third wasn't bad at all. In fact, we were to be maintained and protected. So them.
the"corner of Call and Walnut conaiderin' the depression and allI .
and fourth districts,
represented! by showing real improvement. Then I
o Tuesday afternoon). we bave>done well
suppose pretty
I lM far.- Messrs. PetersonCaldwell} and checked the last two weeks against
If calls tomorrow and that a rich uncle Aside from the of by cattje. :Maybe we should
A anyone up says question Wilcox, all have (important harbors each other and It was better still quI' LAWTEY

-% has just left you a million dollars-remember the date-April ethics however there is the feel- and are dlrectly lhterested In matters so Instead of finding myself slip start tblnkln a little more about I
Ings of us radio fans to be our taxpayers. But since we have o.
con- which''the J. rhinips. Cops
Fool's Day. rivers and hare ping as I thought at first I was actually -
; '.- sidered. Time was when, without bora commlttee deaL Then there gaining. It pepped me up adopted the slogan "Enjoy Florida

,A.. waiting for the announcement, we la the state-at-large, represented.I and we did the best. day's work In Zephyrs while Dodging our Heifers" Strawberry Outlook

z An eighteen-pound cabbage and a four-inch chicken egg could smirk archly and say, by "Joe" Sears;''whlch is Immediately' months... we should think twice beforewe The strawberry outlook here wee

,. all in one week gave a fair idea of what is going on In Bradford "Ah! There's Old Ben," or'"There's ( Interested In many, rivers "So just try and adjust your jeopardize adopt it.program that might never more promising than at this
Old Guy" but can't do it
we any and harbors. It'looks that Representative mental budget and you'll find it time. AU plants show an abund

,'; III t County more.. Oh, of course we could go Sears perhaps might have will go a long way toward help- ance of bloom and young fruit,

0 x ahead and say "There's Old Guy," been the best man for the partic- Ing you square up the one that has First thing you know some sap which will be ready to gather lathe

The meanest in the world is \ who but it Is quite likely that It wouldbe ular committeefrom this standpoint to do with dollars and cents. Remember will be tryln' to get a bill through next few days with the eastern
man thepne goes the
old Jan and then how would legislature requlrln' cows to
we Further the an unbalanced mental bud markets advancing almost dally,
around mixing the pieces of jig-saw puzzles without telling feel T point of congressional, considering service Mr. get Is a lot more dangerous than blow their horns and light their It begins to look as If the farmer |

anyone about it. Sears' has served much longer the other kind, and there la con tall lights before they start "Roam- ia to have his day.

And speaking of radio-Lombar- congress than Mr. Green, though eolation in the thought that no in'In' the GloamlnVBut Prices on the local platform have

do must have been playing "Nightand there baa been a four years break matter how bad things may seem, run from six-fifty with an
Several new songs have been composed with the return of Day" on some of his recent whether we build more roads
f.i between, that and hla present ser they could be a whole lot worse.." average Saturday of nineteen cents
+ beer' as their theme. They're singing before drinking beer programs, but thus far we've missed vice. -Tallahassee Democrat or. whether we don't I think somethin' per quart which for a depressloa
It. We're living In hope, however, ought to be done about these
should be considered a good
y Instead of after it. It I. a 'wee.Jjrtt perplexing or o year
and when hear It If cock-eyed transport trucks with
we finally TIlE Most all are putting '
t amusing, or both;; to find the only OF TIME trailers growers
O anybody start that are longer than bad
cracking pecan.IBRIGHT
Florida representative hailing from i up a few berries In pint cUp
The Chinese may think they're having a tough time of an inland district 1 occupying 'the (By Blanche Griffin) dream. Get one of them In the I as an experiment, and with a cootlnuaj -
SAYING middle of the road, ahead of
a it, but they at least don't have to read the news accounts and place' accorded this state on the and it'a too you, urge of commission firms of
Maybe we should start runninga river and harbor Sixty years ago, they say, just bad. The dog- the northern and eastern markets

''t" try.and keep all those names straight. "Bright Savings of Children" de Tampa Times. committee. If someone happened by gone concrete-crackers make more It looks aa If we are going to lit

ry o partment. If many more stories Maybe not so 'Incongruous And stopped to bid the time of day, noise than a steam roller and you compelled to leave quarts and iu*
like the following come out, oramuslnl' He'd get a piece of can blow your horn 'till you're
after pie, i pints to compete with other seedons.
On Florida's four hundred and twentieth birthday the all Friend Times.According .
it wouldn't be such a bad Straight from the oven pipping black, in the face and they can't Comparison of prices on
of California sent Governor Sholtz basket of to'.Mr. Green's own hot hear Then
Governor a Idea statement, he is the you. just when you quarts and pints In the New York
r r" flowers-and there wasn't a bomb in it I Ii Io Ir A local mother, who Is blessed bill authorizing the of that the And coffee, too, aa like aa not think maybe you can slide by, before market Wednesday. were quart.

with a six-year-old daughter, who are now surveys (But people don't call any more- the on-coming car cuts you twenty to thirty-three cents; pint
in turn la blessed with long yellow being made of several They say that collln'i just a. off and start around the darn seventeen to cents.

;ti A seventy-year-old widow is asking $8,000 for a kiss bestowed curls, baa been threatening to ida routes which.for a If ship constructed.canal across promises Flor, I bore). freight-train ten to one, the trailer M.... R. F.eighteen Bowen Entertains .

l her undertaker. That would be have them cut off. will begin doln a snake dance Mrs.
upon by an an over- to be the most far-reaching R. K Howell entertained
Upon hearing designs on her water Sixty all over the road. If
yeara ago, they say you manageto the classes of the Baptist B. T.
charge, even for a twenty-year-old widow. crowning glory the little girl look development Florida. ever attempted In Whfn grandmother waa courted stay out of the ditch, you findyou're P. U. at her home Friday evening

s o ed troubled "Please don't mother", Grandfather his respect would right back where you started The beautifully '
r While it be pay large living room was
may to find
Bradford County farmers have evidently adopted the she pleaded, "If you cut my hair Mr. Green amusing With lozenges, assorted; from. decorated for the occasion
representing an Inland
I'll be ruined-I don't like And
1 : loj "Don't' make a loan unless it's absolutely necessary.:.' face!" my district on the rivers and harbors Would such raise a gift her to to any the miss And some of these movln' vans with cut flowers. Numerous games!
highest hour
1 The loan agent here reports few applicants. committee the Times may have overlooked bllsa. they got clutterln' up the highways were enjoyed until a late Mrs
the when the hostess, assisted by
+ o A murrains on the modern ad fact that Marlon coun- (Now casually a mere friend brings make a box car look Ilk. a refreshments
Rowe served dainty
ty, part of Mr Green'a
writers who have district and )baby Austin.
gone blase in''a Expensive gifts like pins and Of course they are
There is nothing that annoys a theatre manager more right In- the middle of the proposedroute1'of to her guests.
big way. "Juan Lea Pins Approved rings.: .) supposed to be motorists, just like
than people who arrive after the first act, says a critic. Unless la Cigarette" Spud" is the caption the"coss state canal lathe you ,and me, and got a right on wed
Mr. and Mrs.
O. J. Phillips
R a, :, of course, it's the people who don't arrive at all. across a page In a recent magazine. tidewater only county ouUet'In to Florida both with a Sixty years ago, they says the, public highway. But I got a children were ,visiting relatives i At
the Atlantic
Makes -
us long for the homelyold Young lovers rode togetherIn crazy idea that It's these highway -
s o days of "It alnt toothache, It'sBrown's and Gulf through the Wlth- a carriage amazons that keep Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. .
or a sleigh up ourmaintenance Chad
E; 3 A professor at Columbia University says that mankind Mule." lacoochee and Ocklawaha rivers. Depending on the weather- coats and when our burn and Mra. W. J. Pale of fc*
So, it would the N. C., are spending a
ti ? I will be completely bald by the year 2500 unless haircutting barge canal across seem Florida ship la or And if the horse was rapid gaited roads have to be rebuilt a year or daya here at the Miner home.

I goes out of style. It's already. out of style for most of us. INSPIRED PLUMBER thorized and built through With the speed they were elated! pleasure two' from now, it won't be the Mrs. E. E. Burney and daughter,
( streaks of cars that caused It, but
lightning now Jacksonville -
Miss in
Green's Doris
district the were shopping
0 How inspiring for second district Just the
a plumber to they pass same It'll be you and me
,q ti 7 B&* reflect that the lead pipe joint that congressman will be right In cars that and a million other Saturday.
The newspaper publisher has to manfacture an entirelynew where he can be of most eat up miles and gas) poor blameless :Miss Alice Gray of Tampa wf
service to
he Is
: product time he publishes his Nothing old now "wiping" was once uranium rill district guys that will have to pay for the week-end of Mrs. R. TCarradlne. -
every paper. then radium then helium the and state.-Ocala Banner Sixty yeara ago, they It., guest
or stale or second hand goes.-Times-Union. Except of light that raises .
gas our dirigibles, Mucb simpler was one'a life I. i I.- Is attending
; course, a few old jokes. and la now heavy lead.Arthur. "--a- And every year that's passed away NOTICE B. C. Walnwright, who of Floridaat

i ,a., '. Brisbane. MOST OF US NEED A MENTAL Has Increased the University
care and strife sad
p ; Gainesville the week-
o spent
_* SURVEY. To changing times we're forced to The Executive Board 'of the here at the home of his parentsThose'
_: Alfred E. Smith says "This condition can't lastwre e I thought that It was bad enough. bow Woman's Club of Starke will meet EaStern

t an going> to live, and after the' Lord has chastened us sufficiently When Smith forgot his tools and "The better the' day the better But know that sixty yean from Wednesday morning at ten o'clockat Star meeting attending at Lake the Butler Tuf'

:;t for our excesses of the past the broad road of prosperity stuff; the deed", ta an old and trite axIom nowPosterity the clubhouse. day evening wereMesdamea E. *
He needs must go back to the store .,and it la well for moat will wish that they Bigg
h will be opened again. Wells O. J. Phillips. W. H-
And leave. the bathtub runningo'er. I to consider that just now we needa Could live as we have lived today. CARD OF THANKS W. C. Wooten G. A. Anderson..*
it 0 aurve'y of ourselves to o
A. H.
I ': Those who would like to know if song-writers really But dour.And now. conies Brisbane, looking and determine In what wb direction 1aD.1I what and where we'are' we. BUTLER THANKS VOTERS We wish to express our sincere Tom Beck, formerly of here I bat

? ? '1 mean what they say in verse should be reminded that Jimmy says "Pay Smlthle by the are going. We read an Incidentthe I take this-means of thanking Leases appreciation shown during of the. the many Illness kind-and now here of Tampa was visiting frienffl
Monday and Tuesday.
$, Walker whose wife divorced him last week, wrote "Will You hour other day In which there la a the citizens of Bradford county and death of our beloved husband and Mr. and Mrs.. F. R. Carrad

,fi: Love Me in December As You Did in May?" That For getting lead through his cranium volume of thought, particularly showing appreciation to my many father, W. .B. :McKlnney.: The I had aa their guests Sunday. ldriC
cornea from for these times
uranium. and conditions., A, friends who stood
by me ao loyally
kindly consideration of
i 0 i; our manyfriends' ., R. Stewart of Jacksonville.
-o- father who had been feeling and who "
gave me support hi *-
A current story tells about a. grower' who drove up in i Use of>ark m. tanning ''leather I blue over his own.affairs thustella race for representative.. I gaUT this" Wever' dear In ,rich-tryingtmes hi"our memory. will MUs. la Emily spending Kennard a few of days Jacks"vllle hero

:X'". front of a building where a long line awaited distribution of has been 'common since earliest its: thank J'OUo'- Mrs. W. B. McKlnney and family the guest of Mra. James T. Mood
ages, even In Africa. "I looked and there -
( up waa a G'C. Butler.e .
Pf 'free > -
He attempted to hire some men to help him dig .
fellow I
hadn't seen for a longtime ** I
A prediction has been made that f rater
p., potatoes, but they all seemed content with their portion of the Flashes of ultra-violet light from but rd heard how he'd lost Ruins of Pompeii disclosed thatI television will eventually permitthe Ity Thugs of assassins an ancient, ''gave secret one-third *\

1% government flour. sun cause magnetic storms a whole lot more money than windows of glass were used before entire world to view a, total their plunder to their goddess,

... I which Interfere with radio cam ever expect to have. He'd been the year 79.' I solar eclipse. munlcatlon.I' .

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