Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
April 7, 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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[ler Tampering i New Being Service ConstructedOn StationIs CommissionersWant Chicken Three Coops Thieves Last Week Raid; 24th LegislatureGets 1,212,142 Quarts Move ,, 1ft;

Highway Thirteen Escape With Big Haul .

Made Offense EconomyIn Under Way;

Work was begun Monday on a
new filling station to be built for Chicken stealing Is becoming a From County This Year f

Starke Council Mrs. E. M. Johns on the lot be- GovernmentSend thriving Industry around Starke' Leaders Chosen 1

iv tween Smith's Service Station and these days. Thursday night of last I

'the office of Dr. E. L. Biggs. week thieves made a big raid and '

The station will be of brick and -.. got away with fifty-three Rhode Rains Hold Back Crop

punishable By $00 Fine or stucco construction and will be one Resolution to Legislators Island Red fryers from the residence T. O. Futch Native of Bradford

SI:,Ionth-old lIollse ; of the modern types of building. Urging Circuit Court Reform of C. A. Futch; nine thor- County Chosen President 9
Condemned Roscoe McLain of Gainesville is And Other Measures' oughbred Rhode Island Red hens Of Senate ------- s .I t I'I'i i

the contractor.The from the coop of Col. A. S. Crews; Committees AnnouncedFor PRICE REMAINS LOW ,

City Council at Its Tuesday station has been leased to The Board of County Commissioners and eight thoroughbreds and two Senator" T. G. Futch of Lees- Mann and Butler f
at its -
e Monday meeting sent other hens from E. C.'
adopted an ordl- the Orange State Oil Company and burg was made president of the
meeting and frau- messages to Senator J. M. Mann The thieves turned' out to be StarUn And l..awuy Expect To Be
willful will be
likely local and '
| operated by a 1933 Senate Monday night
prohibiting and According to news" dispatchesfrom ,
with Representative C. C. Butler re- rather throughtful however for Shipping 10 Cars Per s' p
tampering man who has not been named of
or yet. Peter Tomasello
|t altering water meters orlonnectlon questing that they use their ut- they left five chickens for Ool. Representative made Tallahassee Senator J. M. Day Soon ,i t Ir
c gar or most efforts to support the necessary Crews and two for Mr. Priest. Okeechobee County, was) Mann from this district will serve .
electric wires i r
with of the House of Represen-
legislation to effect a redistricting It Is believed that the la speaker on the following committees dur- '
mains within Bradford PlacesIn raiding The express berry movement ,
L lines or tatives as the 24th biennial assembly -
the session of the legislature
of the Judicial Circuits of done local but ing present
woof Starke. Punishment being by persons I' prepared to begin Its task from Starke and Lawtey this sea- c 4
the State : forestry insurance judiciary -
; to repeal the special that the chickens carried
Er set at $100or away eon passed well over the million
was of the state's problems.Two
offense/ Imprisonment. acts of 1931 which sets a mini- and disposed of out of town. solving different physical "B", pensions and public quart mark thla week. tha' grand r i
six months District Tests mum salary of the tax assessor and. widely health. 1 i
follow- total reached 1,212,142 quarts ;
ordinance will dominate the
of the personalities
gage tax collector of this to C. C. Butler representative from "
county; reduce '
Growers of this have already
F. Clark
by R. 1933 legislative scene. One Is large E
investigation will the House
?; the allowance for the feedingof Beauty.Revue serve on
of the light and round-faced dark eyed, bespectacled received more than $121, t It j j
irintendent prisoners; to abolish the County committee) of census and appor- .
,who reported that cer- Local Students Take First PlaceIn and took the oath of office as tionment. 018.01 from express shipment 4 L .
ir plant Board l of Bond
1 of the town had had History and SecondIn Trustees thereby president of the Senate Tuesday. alone, exclusive of the large movement }
I citizens meters slowed down so that English transferring their duties and responsibilities At Ritz TonightMany The other la tall lanky thin- from here by truck. ;'j : t 'l
to the Board of
of current recorded faced, youthful and was sworn In Heavy rains Tuesday and Wednesday (, p
amount County Commissioners; and to I Seaboard Seeks and cooler weather- > + f
slightly ; ,
J under the amount that Bradford County High School as speaker of the House of Rep- w
far work for
such will
legislation aa '
will hold the fruit for several + .
lid been shown on the was well represented the Local Girls to Take Part In resentatives. < up '
the Florida '
prohibit State Farm days, but It Is expected to make> !
Senator Futch was born In Brad-
winners of the third Fashion Pa.rad'lnnerWill
district I
academic from selling farm products in com- In To Shorten RunAsks a rapid comeback and It Is said ; '
r.Clark to ford County forty-one years ago. +
was instructed ap- contests held March 25, at petition with local farmers. I De Picked P
that ten should ,
da- cars a day movo
next the city of Hampton. He has $
before the council at Its Andrew Jackson High School -
The board also adopted a reso- .
from Starke and all next t
scribed himself as a "Florida Lawtey '
and make a report on Jacksonville. lution A beauty revue contest in which
mg urging an amendment to w
found tampering with meterse Blake Jackson tenth grade was' Bradford County's fairest will take cracker and aclf-made lawyer. Permission, to Abandon 8.01 week. ; y'
General Laws of
Compiled 1927
j will be of Interest to Since Wednesday< of last week : ,.
many t
above manner.e second In algebra; Harmon Mor- allowing more latitude to the part will be held tonight (Friday) Mite Of Starke- "
> minutes of the meeting fol- gan, 12th grade second in English, Boards of County CommissionersIn at the Ritz Theatre. The revue will people of this county, who knew Wannce Line Lawtey has shipped seventeen ex- (}y', ; ', h+
o'clock him when he was "In the making". press cars or a total of 148,688, .g'
he held at 7:30: and again ,4
eleven and twelve; Mildred Morgan -
the City of transferring surplus funds from at 0:15: for the, selection of He served in the House of Repre- The Seaboard Air Line Railroad quart of berries. At an estimated j; V
Council of 12th first in history twelve. ,aMiss
e City I one Item to other items where the senatives in 1919 and 1921 and in price of twelve cents per quart N 7''
4 1933 Bradford County. haa asked permission to abandon
met April These students took state
ke, Florida exam- funds have been depleted.The I I this would return of
mean a $17.-
This contest made the Senate In 1931. 5:01 miles of Its Starke-Wannee
was :
session with inations In Gainesville Friday
'gular minutes of the meeting follow 427.73( to there.
embers present: G. W. Alder- March 31, competing against the, in full: the management of the Rite! Addressing the Senate for the branch In Gilchrist county extending Starke growers ,?,k
Barefoot O.leasley and the cooperation of Starke's first time as Its presiding officer northward from the station of shipped one express car 't t
P. M. winners of the other districts over,
chairman. Bonds In Default
i W. M. I business firms who contributedtheir Senator Futch first paid tribute to Wannee., Under this plan the last on Tuesday of this week. The total .N s 4
T. N. Kendrick, the state.
The Board of County Commissioners movement for the week here
meet- I moral and financial support the memory of the late Senator E. stop on the line will be Bell. The
the received
ards. Minutes of Bradford High more of Bradford County Flor was 23,168 Prices were l '
to make this event the outsanding M. Johns of Starke who died after section around Wannee Is sparsely quarts. ,
read and approved. I than other school In the ,
were places any ida met In regular session March holdover senatorsfor estimated at $3.00 per crate which f
attraction being chosen by settled and railroad officials
of the Festivals.The say
E. Knight appeared before district except Andrew Jackson 3, 1933 at 10 a. m., with the following Spring presidency of the current Sen- that baa been would mean a return of 2172.00) C I
following girls will take no freight shipped
council entering a complaint with whom they tied. The district W. 9
members present: G. to 's
ate session. from there In recent I growers i +
part in the contest: years. i "
net Starke Dry Cleaners with included the schools from Live Oak chairman J. M. L. .
Hinson ; Rosier The Senator then called Price at Plant City fell to eight '
upon The Florida State Railroad Com-
Etta Fay GUI,. Martha Powell ,
rence to the smoke and soot to St. Augustine Jacksonville and L. Conner Mallory Thomas and G. : cent quart the first of the
Martha Brownlee,Marjorie Stump, the Senate to "rise above personalities mission has announced receipt of (
i the smoke-stsck. A repre- Green Cove Springs. W. Andrews. week and indications are that thet i
Carrie Hutto Lois Adkins Sara and face like men the task notice of the proposed abandonment -
live from dry cleaning plant This is an exceptional showing The minutes of the last meetingand which Is before us." from the Interstate Com- 'shipping season there will draw to ?+
Hope Haynes ,Viola Gearry Fen- '
present and stated that they considering that this Is the first Intervening special meetingswere "Legislative bodies!' he said mere Commission. a close this week.Fot'Wardlnca ti "'
ella Lulu
Snyder Kitty Hogsed
e! trying every possible way to year the students have entered read and adopted.The Redgrave Mary Pearce Beatrice "national state and municipal The Florida East Coast Railroadalso through last week ;k
rat same and this matter was these contests. clerk brought to the atten- by' freight and from Plant "
Johns Annie Murrhce Mrs Sam have ,whether Justly or unjustly Is petitioning for abandonment express
.yed for further'action. tion of the board! the matter of City-brought-thr season total to ti l
approximately -
Anderson June Smith, :Mary: Lucille fallen Into a state of disrepute of Its Palatka branch extending
A. Knight appeared before Green Holds ConferencesIn 28000.00 of road and Torode Dorothy Sapp Mrs. disrespect throughout the nation.. from. East Palatka westerly to Pa- 19,863,049 pints for which grower, .
council asking that trucks bridge bonds being In default Jan- there received a return of $1,336- '
Sam McKnlght Thelma Sllcox. Lillian "In keeping with the jazz age In latka a distance of 1.08 miles. '
:Ung heavy loads be kept off ,, Interest Of Canal uary 1, 1933. The board decided Sternberg Louise Noegel which we live we have at times Interested parties have until 014 54. I'

street and asked that theyde that in view of the measures to be Inez Dempsey Martile Hemingway allowed this body to partake of April 13 to file petitions for pro The weekly movement from 'V, 1

to follow highway through During the past few days placed before the legislature relat- Mildred Hundley Patsy the hilarity and freedom of the col- test hearings officials have said. Starke and Lawtey this season Is f,+ J

city A. L. Alvarez chief of Congressman R. A. Green has helda ing to refunding of bonds that it Brlnson Annie Mae Pearce. lege campus and the club rom. We as follows; (These figures Include ?

was instructed to have trucksply series of conferences In the fur- was advisable to await the results have sacrificed order and decorumfor Relief Committee Here express and freight shipment

with this request. ther interest of the canal across of the legislature before making LOCAL GIRL TAKES PART freedom and ease. We have only.) : : '

Motion made by P. M. Barefoot North Florida. These personal any refunding arrangements.Mr. IN ROBIN HOOD FESTIVAL sacrificed orderly debate for noisy Is Being ReorganizedJ. Marks

..t t house of Mrs. Vida Morgan's conference have been held with the P, A. Crosby appeared be- and disjointed repartee. We too Week Quarts Returns

east side of court house be de- Director of the Budget Secretaryof fore the board with further refer- Mies Hazel Adkins took part in often indulge our prejudices Instead C. Huaklsson ,director of relief Dec. 16 _____ 00 $ 115.00Deo. P r l;

ed a nuisance and same be War Chairman of the Board of ence to fencing the Alachua county the Robin Hood Festival held recently of using our minds." Tallahassee announced this 23 ____ 19 15.70 "

ted. Motion was seconded by Army Engineers; secretary of In- line he stated that the county com- in the open air theatre at In the House Speaker Tomasello week that the Barodford Coun- Dec: 30 ____ 244 13.20 1'

V. Kendrick and motion carried. I terior; Secretary of Commerce and missioners ,of Alachua county had Florida State College for Women. urged members to pay particular ty Committee for relief of Jan 6 _-___.:. 1.444 86t.30 i ,t;+ .

[lotion made by W. M. Edwardst with President Roosevelt. He has refused to assist further by fur- The Robin Hood Festival the attention to the recommendationsof the unemployed would be reorganized Jan 13 _____ 9.2U 1,382.10

W. W. BaUden be allowed urged that the project should be nishing the necessary fence. Upon first of its kind to be held there Governor Sholtz in his biennial in an effort to "bring : Jan 20 ____ 8,2:56: 1,181.00 : '

DO per month for care of each included in the public works pro- motion and second the board decided was composed of costume dances message to the Legislature. He Improvement In the administrationof Jan. 27 ____ 85,848 8.000.00 9

oner. Motion was seconded by gram which the government will to furnish eighty-eight rod representing the various people of then halted briefly In his address. relief work" In this county. The Feb. 3 ____ 19,713 1,187.08 r Flf

V.Kendrick and carried. soon undertake. He contends thatit rolls of barbed wire to completethe the British Isles. The 'dances "You'll have to excuse me," he present director of labor and chairman Feb. 10 _:.___ 25,376 2283.84 1

NIB following bills were order- will give employment to a large work local citizens to furnish were given by students in the said abrutply. "Due to the stress of the board have resignedand Feb. 17 __._ 20.864 1,877.7& '

paid: A. L. Alvarez chief of po- number of people and will be a safe the staples and do the work with- college folk dancing classes. I've been under, I'll have to cut my It I* expected that new officers Feb. 24 ___ 41.014 2.870.9S 1'i 1 i

$101.00; Carl Johns, city clerk and sound Investment for the government out further cost to the county. Script for the festival was writ address short. will be appointed within the next Mar, 3 ___ 78,432 9804.00 : t {+

00; W. E. Thornton night marI and even a self-Ilquidat- Application of Wash Mosley for ten by Miss Genie Mathewson senior Friends said he was overcomeby few days Mar 10 ___ 18,880 2.360,00 '

'1 7500: ; Floyd Green city at- ing project. If necessary, It la en- pauper allowance was postponed of Miami. nervous strain. Mar 17 _-____ 13.1584 1,826.2 ,

ey for six months, $12.1500.; tirely justifiable and feasible. Tq- until next regular meeting for fur- In the matter of hobbles the DR. / C. CIIACE DIEM: Mar 24 ____ 30.400 8.823.00 i ;1

Alderman, councilman $2.00; day he held a second conference ther investigation. CARD OF THANKS speaker and the president both like WAS DEAN OF DENISTRY Mar 31 ----.18,048 2.113.00 r i tk

UBeaaley, councilman, $2.00; P. wit,t' President Roosevelt in this Consider Pauper Allowance Mrs. Raymond and family wish the sport of fishing. Neither plays Aprl. 7. ___ 23,168 2172.00 $

Barefoot councilman, $2.00; W. connection and said that he was Mrs. B. Perkins of Lawtey appeared to express their deep appreciationfor golf or tennis. Dr, James C. Chace 84, a resident 400ELawtey

Edwards, councilman $2.00; T. highly pleased with the splendid before the board asking the many acts of kindness during Senator Futch Is a member of of Jacksonville for more than Total ,,_3l6.3M 30 "

Kendrick councilman, $2.00; reaction of all the officials con- that the board approve widow'stax Mr. Raymond's illness also for the Christian church and the Rotary 34 year, died yesterday afternoonat I I,

W. Balsden, feeding and caring ferred with.SMALL exemption on the farm owned the beautiful floral offerings sent Club. :Mr. Tomasello Is a his home, 38 Hendricks Avenue, Week Quarts Returns n M

prisoners, $2.50; Quigley and at the time of their sorrow and Presbyterian and belongs to the on the Southside following a Jan. 13 ____ 6,528 979.20 i

vis, lumber etc., $5.37; Starke BLAZE SATURDAY (Continued on page 4.) bereavement.Highlights K. of P., and L O. O. F. orders. lengthy Illness. Jan. 20. __ 12.1513 1.1501.4' ; '
lephone Co., telephone city hall, Dr. Chace was born In Montlcel- .Tan. 21 ____ 26,880 2.862.OQ

The fire company was called out lo, Fla.; he practiced his profession Feb. 3 __ 85,740 3.119.60 "

ere being no further business about three o'clock Saturday after- there and hi Starke until he Feb. 10 71.680 0.760.20 } { -

council adjourned to the next noon when a fence at the back of moved to Jacksonville. Survivinghim Feb. 24-----53,760 8.763.20 'l :

&ular meeting. the Starke Dry Cleaners caught on II of Sholtz MessageAbolishment I are his widow Mrs. Lalla D. Feb. 17 ___ 30.000 2700.00 ?

fire from sparks coming from the H. Chace and four children Mrs Mar 8 _,.107,520 18.0&40.00Mar.
10 ,__ .k
60.0&80 7.060.00
LEGION AUXILIARYAuxiliary establishment.The .
flue of the cleaning Joseph Hoover Starke; Mrs. Roy V r
Mar\. 17 ____ 47,760 8800.00
blaze wo quickly extinguishedbefore hence, Cambridge Mass.; Dr. II.
It Mar 20& _, ____ 98.060 10.780,00 y ,
of the American
any damage was done. Immediate wnd [ of penalty for delayin Investment by Intelligent regulations Chace, South Jacksonville and Dr fly' rAprl.7
gton will hold ECONOMY Mar 31. ___ 65,680 6,525.00
an Important J. E. Ocala and two sisters
Chace ,
for alf motor vehicles. Establishment -
branchof purchase of tags.CONSERVATION _
cling adequate economy In every __U8,688 17.427.760Toul ,
Tuesday afternoon at 4 CITIZENS MAY PAY Not a general DEPARTMENT of a uniform maximum Mrs. J. V. Jones and Mrs. Mary 4
lock In the Legion Hall for the SCHOOL TAX SEPARATELY government.
Ferry, Augusta
Pose of voting slashing of expenses without re- -A recommendation that weight limit to prevent ruinous ,......769.788 .218.'O
on applications. held at
gard to consequences, but an Intelligent the present boards of geology forestry uae of our highways. Elimination Funeral services were .
surprise la in store for the mem- C. A. Knight tax collector, has limit- 2:30: o'clock Monday afternoon
and commission! of highway freight trains
r'. and It Is constructive discriminating fish game PAUL KNIGHT WINS ELECTION
Important that each authorized by Comptroller
ember insuring a dollar's worthof and shell fish commluBlon be con- ing overall length and width of from the chapel of Moulton & Kyle
bring her dues. Let's put M. Lee to permit tax payers to pay economy -
eJonea service wherever a dollar of pub- solidated into one department vehicles and speed at which heavIly The Rev. E. L. Pennlngton Epic.copal
-Langford-White Post one the school taxes separate from oth- lic funds Is spent. Reduction in be known as the State Conservation laden truck may travel. Lackof rector of Ocala officiated. Word has been received here J d
map. er taxes for 1932. This action Department. forethought and action In this Pallbearers were: Honorary Drs. that Paul Knight was elected to rmembership

April ig Walfare Month, and Mrs. waa taken In order to facilitate cost of county FINANCIAL government.CONDI- JUDICIAL CIRCUITS A re- regard may result in the destruction E. L. Munroe Thomas Sheridan, on the Lyceum Coun- ,
reo has Hoover, chairman of wel- the operation of schools In the TION-Serious study of the state's duction In the number of judicial of our $200,000.000 road sys E. H. Clarkson, Karl O. Knocke, cil of the University of Florida in h

p-am.. promised an Interesting present financial stringency. financial condition and structure. circuits, Recommendation that a tem. Intelligent common sense and F. S. Hodges; active Drs. E. the recent' student election held
Hostesses for the after- to A. Grtfifth. LInwood Evans C. E. there. ;
n Installation of a system of records joint committee of the house and legislation should be provided
are: Mrs. Ray Newsom, chair.Airs. : SILAS KITE BURIED HERE Lee SherIdan Mr. Knight 1190 of the 1
"". and accounting which will at all senate consider the matter and safeguard this Investment. Shine, Orville Cheatbam polled t
Lorena Epperson and formulate appropriate legislation. SCHOOLS-The burden of supporting and O. M. Blsant. Interment 1900 votes cast for this office
re. times enable the
-RUby Inez Green. Sties Kite who died last weekIn and the public to know the Reduction In number of personnel our school system has been waa In Evergreen Cemetery.Dr. which waa, with one exception the ; f
here for ,
"10 CAUROTS. Lakeland was brought services true statue of financial affairs. of.grand Juries from 18 to 14. shifted gradually from the counties Chace was truly the dean of highest vote recorded. ,, +

GROWN HERE burial Sunday. Funeral church.Mr. A BALANCED BUDGET-A ,Place upon state attorneys the to the state. The state furnishing dentistry in Florida, having been '

Cabbage were held from the Baptist major task before the legislature Is duty. of compiling Information for more and more money each the prime factor In the organization RONALD MATTHEW GRIFFIS H
is not the only vege- Kite was for many year that The state cannot assume any of the Florida State Dental -
hle that to balance the state budget andIt the use of the courts so grand year
grows large In Bradford city marshal here.FURXITTJRlfi'COSfPAJnr. I direction. In and IU first Dr. and Mrs. Joel 'b
,unty is urged to begin its labors upon juries would be called only .t. the further burden In this Society president. Friends of Mr.
,'rnlng as was proved Thursday MOVESThe the appropriation at once. No direction the court. A statute return for the assistance now given Chace waa the only surviving past Grlffl will regret to learn of the a I''

ought in When Av' Murrhee new boards bureaus, commissions, i limiting justice of .the peace and the 'schools the state should have president who served between 1883 death of their Infant son, Ronald I :

Rand four carrots weighing Com- or offices are requested. The 'constable to not more than two in a voice in their management.State and 1900. Dr. William McL. Dancy Matthew Griffin four months old.. i
Mr. total of six pounds. Denmark moved into the state must learn to live within its I any one county. The submission aid should furthermore be another recently died. who died Saturday. Funeral service '.

I'Q> a Wurrhee.short who easlives town pany this week occupied by the Income. of a constitutional amendement uniformly dependent upon the effort He waa the recipient of the first were held Sunday at Kings- id G;

IR that distance building formerly Store. The REDUCED LICENSE TAGSA 'abolishing these offices which the counties themselves Good Fellow degree given by that ley Lake. Arrangement were In ( c,

u although the market for Bradford County Big will reduction In cost of motor ve- I PENSIONS Careful examination make to- tax themselves for school organization. The next meeting charge of Boree Guldens.
Yare la not good this' year. Starke Hardware Vacated Company by the hicle license tags to a basis of $5 of the state' pension roll and purposes. Recommendation that every of the Florida Stala:: Dental Society a

and BUU useful for he baa use the building warehouse. and"$10 dependent on weights. Increased elimination of those who are reap- dollar contributed by the state which la to be held at Ocala In regarding the procedure. He was ,, ,
''IUe. make excellent feed for furniture company a* a revenue from gas. tax ing the benefit of Its abuse be spent for the sole purpose of October will mark the fiftieth session the Inventor of the gasoline blow

should result because of additionalcars GAS TAX-A continuance of the paying, or endeavoring to pay 60 of that organization. pipe, which waa used extensively

SCOUTS. unit of measurement, returned to our highwayswhen present gas tax rate for another per cent of. the teacher alarle*. Dr. Cbac began making bridgesIn for many year In the fashioning tAt

TO MEET A "cubit" the dlatance of a lower tag rates apply. Distribution two year Even with the budget Placing of the state board of edu- I 1882-never_ having' __seen, any bridge work and M still used In '

The Boy B; ; was originally the tip of his mid of license tag placed In balanced this appear necessaryfor : made -after reading an unillua- the rural districts where gas la ,
"twin meet to- man' elbow to '
I 11 at the the bands of county tax collector. protection of the, general rev-, {.Contjnued 99 page H. 6RFtic} J R E P?! 4anta (:OItJDOl.,/act. available. ....... a'
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and was repaired by local carpen- ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis.

I BOOTSEY'S BEACH RAIFORD I ters.The store is now under the management Church Services Saturday were and held Sunday.Mr. at Rock. State Capital NewsFlorida's And. the Worst is Yet.. to Come-

L. Ga.kl.a. Cee.lure. Red Kerce. Cor. of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Yel- and Mrs. Resale Carlton ofIJellbronn. --

vington, a daughter and son-in-law spent the week-end here capital city came to 5TEAf'PIPE. .;: em a da ,: .
of Mr. Whitten. with their parents, Mr. and :Mrs The clt- .
life with
D. F. Roddenberry Burnt to Fait Trains Discontinued Sam Mott. thla week a
Death Crack Atlantic Coast Line passer opening of the 1933 legislative session
trains 91 and 92 that carried Mr. L. R. Lewis spent last Sat- Tuesday brought a general
Mra. Lou Roddenberry wife of
r J. C. Tyson of Macclenny waa
through cars from New York, urday and Sunday with Mr. and impetus. Hotels, boarding houses, 'i
late former
the D. F. Roddenberry, a -
here Monday afternoon, and reported Jj '
Mrs. E. J. Lewis of Brooker. and homes
Washington and other northern private rapidly filled
official of Charlton county, Ga., the death of an uncle Joe
who died points to Miami on this division of Mr. W. J.: Johns of Starke spent I as visitors arrived from all sec-
twenty-two years ago of the state
Tyson an employee
was burned to death at her farm their railroad were discontinuedfrom road department who was killed last Friday here with his daughter, tions of the state. Cafes and restaurants -
I their run last Friday and Sat- I Mrs. J. W. Lewis. found business brisk. Shop
home near FOlkston, Ga., Tuesday Monday morning when the tractor I '
o'clock. urday. 91 made Its last run thrugh Mr. and Mr Shaw keepers gave evidence of their faithin
evening at 5 on which he waa riding was struck Harley were
Mra. Roddenberry, who was 78 here about nine o'clock FrIday; by an automobile carrying several visiting Mr. and Mra. Tim Mann a business revival with attrac- / ,t
and the last section of 92 tive window and addition I1
years old, was engaged In burning morning, passengers. We are sorry to Saturday and Sunday.Mr. displays
some trash in the field, preparingto came through for Its final run un- hear of the death, aa the writer and Mra. Lloyd Padgett are al clerks. Filling stations and garages -
and til next) season at five o'clock Sat- the proud of little recorded a sharp Increase In
have some farming done was a friend of Joe and knew him parents a girl.
.Mrs. with urday afternoon. I : Services were held at Dedan sales. p
pad Roddenberry was well. He hall two brothers who /
her at the time. It seems that the Both of these trains are being now reside at thla place, Horace Church Sunday afternoon. Since Sunday hotel lobbies have /

old lady had lighted a pine splinter removed from their run to the Tyson and Adam Tyson, and a sister tossed with friendly talkative

And In some way caught her clothIng South a little early thla year, but, Mrs. M. Hodge who will mourn .handshaking crowds. Smiles are ,
a-fire Mrs. Gad Roddenberrytried however the local passenger train his passing, be was killed near DOUBLE RUN everywhere in evidence and good- L '
to get her to lay down iii 39 and 40 will pull extra Pullmans Lake City as we understand the will Is the order of the day. Talk

g some fresh plowed ground but she and baggage cars for a while to ac- reoort. Ml.. Boots Browm, Cor. generally centers In speculation as '

;\ was so confused that s&e coma not commodate northern passengers in Barnard Andrews was In Lake L to what the coming weeks of the "I t

do anything to help herself and getting to these poiats where they City Monday afternoon on a business Mrs. Ruby Mae Thornton of Rai- legislative session will bring. : :

j'' as the flames had enveloped her cannot make connections with oth- trip and also was a visitor to ford waa visiting her parents here Opinions one as good as another .
she She er fast trains In Jacksonville.Each .
completely, was powerless. Starke. C Friday and; Saturday. vary on every question. "How long
I lingered four hours before succumbing _. I Mrs. Burla Farnel of New Smyrna Mr. Ancel Brown and Hugh Andrews will the session last" is a favorite

", to death. week, .some day during It'l was here last week as the were, in Hellbronn Sunday query. Some believe fit will be a :
'\ Mrs. Roddenberry visited her the fire truck from the state farm guest of her sister and 'family, Mr. afternoon. short session claiming the exampleset .

"'. daughter, Mra. L. M. Murrhee of pays us a very noisy visit. We will and Mrs. J. C. Jones. Miss Mary Jane Judd and Willie by the national Congress in

this place several years ago and admit that it causes a lot of ex- Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Higginboth- Johns were visiting Lois Starlingof tackling: the nation'a problems will t1r
has many friends here who will citement for like a lot more of us am and family were visitors to Garden City Sunday. reflect Itself In our atate legisla- i

", regret to learn of her death. there are many of the people here Baldwin and Jacksonville Sunday Miss Lossle Anderson of Lawtey, ture. They believe members ap-
She leaves to mourn her departure that will break a leg to get a visiting relatives. was the' Saturday night guest of preciate the temper of their con-

three girls Mrs. Oscar Kelly glimpse of a fire wagon. j jI'aglng I A few of the old timers in the Miss Millie Judd. stituents for economy and predicta

':: i. of Sanderson, Mrs. Eva McCruy Mr. Hlpley Ishlng line are slowly breaking An all day service Is planned to 45 day session. Others predict ..,
{ of Savannah, Ga., and Mrs. L. M. back into the swing that comes be held at Saxton church Easter a long drawn
Last week one night, to be more out affair. Some say ('
z Murrhee of this place; two exact. Wednesday night one of each year. Ira Young local bar- Sunday with basket dinner on the 100 days others as high as 120. ,
,', John Roddenberry of Monlac.IIOnll'l the funniest kidnappings happenedthat ber, along with Wilbur Sapp and I ground. You are cordially invitee It Is pointed out that Governor
\\1, O. W. Roddenberry of Foley several others went to I to
fowling come and
brlag friends.
we have ever heard of. Trixie, your Sholtz provided the legislators witha 1:we \\t\! :\\q".... ._ _
;\ sides thirty-two grand-children, lake the past week and tried out budget before -
a black lap dog that is the mother the opening the
>\1' : and fdur great grand-children, six of three little pupa had one of their old rods and minnows. The session. His constructive admlnis I stretch of.: rough pavement east of Candidates for athletic gun;

'"1 ; brothers, besides a host of other the fellows kidnapped and hasn't boys caught several good sized HAMPTON trative program as outlined in his Perry but In view of the mileage Greece were dieted on new chi,

I relatives and friends. been able to find hair nor hide of ones and are expecting to go again personal message, should tend to saved many will prefer thla short dried figs, boiled grain, warn
A,, An amazing coincident in this this week: Of course, though, aa Insure route. ter and no meat.
.. speed in
It The mystery of the whole M! Ad. Nlmmo. Cor. getting down to Ute
:f connection Is the fact that twenty- thing Is, the mother along with two usual the largest one got away problems at hand -
two years ago, at the same place from Young and he expects to
older barks all the time Pods of the vanilla used
more sons, plant Natives of the
in the month of March on the rod for him again next time. The Hampton public school Pacific Island
,\ name day and nearly the same at anything that might paaa, and Farmers of this section are busy closed one. of the most successful Governor Dave Sholtz has ac- flavoring are dried then steeped rated the world's best swlmm
w.. never lets a person come in the In cashew-nut oil. I
hour, the youngest daughter of getting their general farm lands terms of school that has been cepted the resignation of Philip
yard, yet the night of the kidnap- BOREE
:. Mrs. Roddenberry met the same I Into shape for the coming season taught here. Keys Yonge. chairman of the state & GIDDENS
ping, the dogs were all extra quiet The board of control "with sincere A train traveling 30 miles an '
4 fate by fire started in the same Some have already a largo acreage commencement exercises and FUNERAL DIHECTOnjCaakeC
way. and the whole thing remains yet a of corn and peanuts planted, took place In the school auditorium keen regret." hour would require 350 years to HUplar Room Nnr' Dei

"dog-gone mystery" to the moth- and a few have their first crop last Monday evening at eight p. I Mr. Yonge who Is 83 years old, ; reach the sun. At Ucimctt'ri Warehimit
er's masters, Mr. and Mra. E. B. already m.. March 27th. The class colors gave advancing age as the reason EMM.tLMER" :
Mrs. L. M. Murrhea returned up. Service"
Andrews. chosen were and white. The for his resignation. The law dedicating one thirty-
green Alwarn
home Saturday after spending a W. M. Carter an employee of Beady Phone B-OIM
few days at Folkston Ga., haw the Western Union was a visitorto stage was beautifully decorated Mr. Yonge was appointed on the sixth part of all United States public 85 to 81 niTerolde A.".., .J........

', ing been caUed there on accountof Dave Richard of Starke, was this place Monday and stopped with green pot plants, and large board of control which has supervision lands to schools'was enactedby

the death of her mother Mrs here Saturday afternoon visiting while here with Mrs. O. M. Alvarezat baskets of whiter flowers. The of the state's institutions of the Continental Congress in I .
Lou Roddenberry. friends. her rooming house. Mr. Carter boys wore dark suits and the girls ,higher learning, in 1905. Among 178S.

pl Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Johns and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kite spent has been making rounds through were attired In white and carried 'the institutions he helped found
here for but to beautiful bouquets of white rotes were the University of Florida o ,_, ATLASThe
children of Woodlawn, spent Sunday the day with his parents in Lake many years owing
here the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Butler Saturday. failing health hall been missing and fern. Florida State College for Women,
it with
Prof. Ed Larsen of Florida Agricultural and Mechanical Say Flowers
R. N. Crawford. I for the past few months. We are Keystone -
!\ Mrs. Peter March of Sarasota, Farmers Purchase Livestock glad to see that he Is able to be Heights delivered a very interesting College for Negroes, and the ...... TO _,_.. Standard Oil
E. B. Andrews, Lacy Caaon andJ. address with Florida School for the Deaf
back the good advise and and
on job again.
,) Is spending a while here with her
"I C. Moorewere in Valdosta, Ga., good wishes for the clasa Blind. Flowers'For AH
Curtis Rosier who had been throughout Tire Guaranteed
parents Mr. and Mrs. L. :M. Mur- -
last several horses
Friday buying life. As chairman of the
::i j rhee. living here for some two or three board of
:; :Mrs. :Mary Reddish returned to and mules for farming purposes years, moved to Lake Butler last Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Saxon of control, Mr. Yonge served as chair- OccasionsGERTRUDE One YearFrigidaire

the home of her son, W. M. Reddish from a dealer in horses and mules, week where he will take over the Pompano are the guests of Mrs. man of the State Plant Board from .,_ 0.4r u ._ .

last after the who holds an auction sale there filling station operated by Bill De- Saxon's, mother! Mrs. ,Thomas which he also resigned. .
Tuesday spending ..
every first and third Friday of the DyaL :1' The new laboratory school buildIng GODBEY
kle there. Curtis before -
1' coming
1 j: past several days at New River
\ with her daughter Mrs. G. W. Andre month. Mr. Andrews brought back here to accept a position with the Rev. G. E. McGauley will fill his now under construction at the ANDERSON
wn.i two fine animals one being a Florida State Farm was an em- regular appointment at the Baptist University of Florida will be named
o -- pony for general use, and a mightyfine church the P. K. Yonge School It Phone 89 Waldo
next has been Fla
f :Mr. and Mrs. C. Thornton and ployee of the Standard Oil Company Sunday morning. ,
horse for general plowing purpose and Is well versed along this There will be a Masonic serviceat announced_ by President Dr. John I
V baby and Mr. and Mrs. C. VarneS _
Messrs. Cason and "
Moore j. ngert, in honor of the r .
line of work. eight m. conducted retiring
! p. by Rev.
Ralford here with
spent Sunday
:j4 also brought back a fine horse control board the three
F. M. Taylor, local minister of our chairman. year goo
their mother :Mrs. Margaret Nor-
I i each for farm How Doctors Treat 1
use. town. All :Masons and their families Governor Sholtz has not appointed -
. man.Mr. and all members of the East- a successor but stated that he anted electric refrigerator
: and :Mrs. L. J. Norman and ZIFF Colds and ,
ern Star, are Invited to be wished a "good hard headed business Coughs
Willie present.
. daughter, Cleo, were visitors to Knight of Lake Butler, .
, Highland Saturday afternoon. who has for the past five years MlM !>.!. Ma. l>.wl.. Cor.Mrs. :Mrs. Jennie Roper and Miss Lela man" for the post. To break up a cold overnight and
Misses Willie Mae Reddish, Vera made deliveries of .Ice for Lake :Mae Sparkman left this week for relieve the congestion that makes you

r,'' King, :Maurice and Melvin Carter, Butler Raiford, and other townsIn Henry Shaw and son, Junior :Mandarin, where they will spend Motorists of south and central cough thousands of physicians are
". the the summer with Mrs Roper's sister Florida were gratified this week recommending Calotabs the For sale bySmith's
,\> were visitors to Ocala Sunday. county, was awarded a con- and daughter, MIss Ruby DOW
tract to Mrs. A. A. McDonald. with the announcement by the auseales calomel compound tablet
\ Misses Thelma Gaskins and Ruth re-ice all of the refrigerator with Mr. and :Mrs
I spent Sunday state road department that the effects of calomel and
that Road five you
Murrhee cars
spent a few days of last were placed here
J. B. Thomas. I 19 from Ocala to nits without the unpleasant effects!
for the Tallahassee, via
_week !at Lawtey with Mrs. L. H. purpose of loading straw Mr. Russell O'Berry waa visiting
Hill, berries for the remainder of the I Tellurium, a chemical element Perry bas been reopened to traffic. either. Service
Mr. and Mra. James Williams last
i This Important One or two Calotabs at bedtime with
;>: Misses Martha Crawford, Ruth season. Sunday. I known since 1782, occurs in silver closed for highway has been a glees of sweet mIlk or water. Next

f'; :Murrhee and Thelma Gaskins attended Repairs Store Front I Purvis, L. 0., and Johnnie: Lewis gold and lead ores. a detour of sometime travel necessitating morning your cold has vanished, your
,';1): the 4-H Club party at the The general merchandise store and Mr. A. L Mann were visiting route via over the longer system is thoroughly purified and you StationStarke
\\1 home of Miss Grace Arwood in} owned by W. M. Whitten, that had at Lulu last Friday afternoon. Russian scientists built a meter- Live Oak, Madison, and are feeling fine with a hearty appetite
,i Lawtey Friday night. been long standing without repair, Mr. P. W. Lewla of Jacksonville, orologlcal station on Mt. Elbrus and central Travelera from south no for danger.breakfast Eat what you wish,_
.\\Qi! gave under the strain last week I ; Florida contact road Fla.
spent last Friday here with bill par 18,526 feet elevation. 19at Williston. There is atlll a Calotabs are sold in lOa and 85o: ,

packages at drug stores. (Adv). '

i.J I Gum Branch THE MAIN THING7ON MAIN STREET; -- By L"'F.\Van Zelm'M '-

I.1.1:: ':' Elizabeth Harnage, Cor. 1

r i 'Misses Elizabeth Harnage and r flttttt) GO SIE KIDS HE'S SO DARN

. Doris Kersey spent Wednesday
' '
V' night with Miss Audrey :McRae. ? ; HALM 4t
r Lr Miss Allie Harnage was visiting __._.., Q STORE
I :Misses Louise and Agnes Sapp v -- = i HAW s ORAL I 6 ae

k\ Wednesday night. ON

t.b': :Mrs. R. C. Groover, Mrs. W. H.

+' Groves and Miss Allle Harnage MAIN STREET s THE- -I II t ? I C

' :. were visiting Mrs. Ida Mae Shaw (
( Wednesday. _._. ...'ii.fHE. .

'J;. Mr. Drexil Lawson of Kentucky MAIN STREET KIDS: -

;' spent a few days of last week with CELEBRATED HALLO' 1-I'GM' I.. _
his cousin, Harvey Edwards.
A large crowd from here attended BK PLAYING TMEiaPOANk& 1 I J

'. the musical at Mr. and :Mra. T. ON GCOUCKf ,,s -_ _
11' N. Norman's Thursday night. Gus iMU TCWM5 SOUR 6 -

: l :Mrs. W. H. Groves was the guest APPLE.. V .-s-J .R. _
of Mrs. J. S. Sapp Thursday.

4.i J. C. Sapp spent the week-end

, f, in Lawtey with his cousin Pete s '
-- ..
f' Buraey. l -
Miss yt -:.
Keene the ,
Gladys spent -- M.- --- ... (.Laaaa
;i1l1" :week-end in Roslertown with -
:Misses Pauline and Juanita Ros DOROTHY DARNIT

01' ier. t By Charles McManus

,s'!; A large crowd from here attend
ed the weiner roast at Mr. and Mra. Fil1VE- -
9 1 NVNA'r9 GOOD l $ArtL 3'ANyoNE" !:
i Cohen Peele's Thursday night. (lOI A HIADACW? QLmB .
't ,( Those who were the dinner
THI'Io.T .
) $ JUST ( ,
I k guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Har / TO KEEP -

nage Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs. el WHO'S HOW COULD D KNOT BACKBONE '
, B. :M. McRae of Starke, Mr. and THgTAIPJT 0 YOUR
;p Mrs. Joe Dobbs of Raiford, Mra. a 00 ONE, ? o
r R. C. Groover Mrs. W. F. Harnage n
J and Miss Allie Harnage of :Miami SHOUUD&R8

'"' :Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Groves ofUmatllla. o .
R"' ..Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman
: and children, Mr. D. M. Mc
Rae and Misses Ella Mae and Hazel 00
Sapp of Starke.
.1' .

A house painter in IBM attempted
to shoot Andrew Jackson butthe

weapon missed fire. } ,

t'A Japanese farmer using a three

'.,}!t inch telescope discovered a new .... ; ., L
iii!;j', comet on July 13, 1931. ('_,..c



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lion bureau. FIFTH GRADE NEWS spelling on Um ?

Shirley Morgan didn't wash her )

iIm Some of the Scouts, several of We are very sorry to lose Jesse hands so often?
a S. JOITI AL the ninth grade, Journeyed to Ricks, who has gone to Tampa and GeraldIne Sllcox didn't make one)

Jacksonville Friday a week ago. will attend school there. hundred In spelling?
Margaret Lowry helped to beau- Selma Thornton didn't talk out TI!

tify our room this week by bringing Dorothy Green got permission. ;
m__ And now: a pretty pink geranium which to talk TDonald morning was In charge of LatinI the rabbit in the hat. NOTE OF SYMPATHY Good-bye to you Is blooming. I DuBoIs didn't know hlsl.
HA'mES class And good luck too. reading TOarland
HOPE OUr goldfish enjoyed a pleasant
Edlwr The program was as follows: The one-legged Scotchman who The student body wishes to extend visit with Jean Davis last week Godwin was the teach
Orchestra number by Miss Anita SEVENTH GRADE NEWS er?
REDGE ROBINSON had to buy a pair of shoes. heartfelt sympathy to the end.We !
Courtmanch, Miss Rosalind Jacobs, I family of the deceased Rev. G. P. are glad to have Eva Par- .
I Exchange Editor I I Miss Isabel Fernandes and Mrs.| Raymond. Dr. Raymond was well Billy Long and Eugene Goodge rlsh, back in bchool., She has been ELEMENTARY CHAPEL

,ABBIE HARLEYLiterary G. Boree. A seasick sailor with lockjaw. known and beloved by all the students were absent Monday. sick with the mumps. PROGRAM
I Editor Two vocal selections-Mrs. R. Editor's note: (None), of B. H. 3., and he will be Miss Hazel: Define the person Idell Webb and Gladys Garret r

HJCILLE EDWARDS; A. Gray. missed at future school affairs ality in telling a story. both went to Jacksonville this The chapel program was glvenv
A Latin
Ploy-Victoria Matrls. AN OLD MAID'S PRAYER Roswell Have the week-end.
Editor Noegel: per by the high first and second grade
Sports Cast: NINTH NEWS AND WHAT NOT sonality erect. Two of us had birthdays lately, Thursday.
JOHN INMAN Gala, a Roman MotherBeatriceMiner. :Pearce and Lumanda
(By Lester Austin) The seventh grade surely Is Margaret The first number was a "March!

Society Editor Oh, Lord, I come to Thee in (By A. W. Anderson, Jr.) studying physiology for a hard Dyal. Acrostic" by five pupils of the
MAST Marcus, a small son of GalaA.W. examination. Whiit Would Happen Kl i
JOYCE humble supplication to Thy grace Hello you frst! grade.
I class Reporters Anderson, Jr. ious and holy will, with but the How d' ;ye dot What Would Happen Ift Lamar was very idle The second grade sang two songs
Pyrrhus, of the Greeks- Lumanda didn't work hard?
L Grade, Jennie Dunn king !! .one blessing to ask of Thee this Now it's my aim Miss Hazel did not get flowers "My Shadow" and "Here Jack."
Jimmie ?
Moore Alice didn't peeved
Grade BunnIe Canova. ; evening. And Father, If Thou'dst! To pester you again every day get A playlet on good table manners,
!A Harjorle Stump Soldiers of Pyrrhus Elaine seest it fit, my service to Thee Thelma Wynn didn't tell a mys- Margaret was teacher "The' Princess Dines With that t

U Grade, Louise Snyder Wynn. Dorothy White and Alice warranting it, I would but beg of terious story H URADEWe Prince," was given by the followIng -
Mast. Listen! In the ninth we 111011 FOURTH
didn't ?
U Grade, Hazel Lennon Thee the one desire of my heart: I Markley Hornsby laugh cast:
The play was developed as a A maul! took some statistics. They show L. O. Jones, Jr., mIssed a problem Prince-George Flynn.
Joke Editors Latin that the class in the have one Boy Scout in our I
project Committees on dec. average second In ma+h? Ruth
MORGANSTART (Author's note: Amen!) I Sleeping Beauty-Patsy
CLYDE : oration and costumes functioned month of the second semester room, Leonard Smith. We hopehe
Old Maid's note No Walnwrlght.
: Just a
splendidly. The stage was deco MAN I) I was lower than the class averageIn SIXTH GRADEWe will remember to do a good I Maid-Ruth Click

NOW rated with pine trees, moss and And, dear Father, if the case I the first month of the second deed each day. Fairies Barbara Snow Lora

palmettoes to represent an abandoned should be that it be impossible to /: semester In Mr. Morrow's section. have entered upon our last Each pupil In our room was Johnson, Ida Lulu Davis, DorothyLee
make good at In The class average was high In Mrs.Hudson's given a small cake of Lifebuoy
to Campania, Italy.
want Johns, Sara Barefoot, Patsy
you send! me a manAuthor's I I month of school for this term. This his face and hands
section.He to keep
advantage The costumes Roman. soap
No were
lng, start now. ( note: That reminds semester has almost flown by. We Keen Freddie Wimberly, Marie
ver gained by putting things Mr. Gray concluded the programby me of another old maid who was I I ''What'sthow have accomplished quite a bit this clean. the best record of I DuBois, Monteen Warren Gloria
successe of the "Ho- : over at the I Pupils having
want to be a giving parts poem Buford.
If you praying for a man.) term, but we still have a lot to clean for four weeks, will
start now. If you can't'begin ratius at the Bridge," which emphasized "Q Lawd," she says, "Jus' die I'carnival? 'learn. keeping I Juanita and Sara Barefoot gave
of your sportsmanship in battle. Him: "A fake dentist sold the I receive a prize.CatherIne
the practice wish an' sen' three piano duets.
once, grant my mea fire-eater a set of celluloid teeth!" I Mrs. Boree bought our room a Stafford had a bIrth-
_ or profes-
work.' vocation man!I""Who .ne wblack vaso last week. Thursday. She was eleven .
::O;can at least begin earnest LOST AND FOUND ? Who?" hooted the owl We We received a box of sample day old. -
of the ninth
' this grade were very years
ration and planning In the woods. sorry that the father of one of Lifebuoy soap Monday. Each pupil We bought two vases and a pIc- School News 6
be Additional
will on
Start now so you Lost: Approximately fifteen "Anybody Jus' a man!I" the old our pupils, Paul Raymond, died received a sample cake, ture called "Blissful Reveries" page

when your big opportunity years of age, last Friday morning. maid answers, "An' if yo-all can't :I, last Wednesday week, We are going to have a health with the money that the P. T. A. SELECT MISSIONARY !, ,
There never was a better I (Signed) : Seniors. sen' me a man, I'd even be pleased, campaign this month and see who gave us as a prize. '
\than that of the Boy Scouts Found: That we could have with Mac Davis! ) |I I One typewriting student says gets the most gold stars. We will Sadie Prince spent the week- STRAWBERRY PLANTS

erica, "Be Prepared"ou semester English exams a month -please, Lord, sen me an Author I I that: "A typewriter is one who then receive a health pin. end in Jacksonville. Grown on the Famous Eastern
wish to stand high In yours before schedule. (Signed): Juniors. ,1 typewrites on the typewriter and Harold Bishop certainly merits Shore of Maryland and
i next year, start now. If Found: That History HI students (Author's note: Was that Intended I''I the typewriter Is a machine on MISS JACOBS' SIXTH GRADEWe honorable mention as he ha8n'tmissed DelawareIn '
:Ish to win honors In spelling, should be 1934 Inter cholastlc for a personal thrust 1)) which the typewriter who typewrites a day or been late duringthe our Nurseries, comprisingmore
ng, dramatics, oratory, dec- Oratory Champions. Lester Aus (Old maid's note: Hardly dear. :j 1| on the typewriter type- are very sorry that one of whole term. than one thousand acres of '
history, or math- You I asked for author.) land in Delaware and Maryland, '
ion,English tin.Found see, an writes. Now, the typewriter type our pupils Jeanne Bouvier has left .
contests next year, you willto Author's note Just the same, have some excellent straw.
CI : Some pleasure in future ( : writes on the typewriter until thereis for Miami. THIRD GRADEWe we
start now, and then keepfor shorthand assignments. (Signed): I'm your last hope of your seeing no more typewriting to be typewritten We won the prize for having the berry soil which produces plant
a whole year. Even two The Shorthand Class. your name In print!) free from root-knot, a menaceto
by the typewriter on the most paid up members present at are making a study of Japan.
ree years Is not too long to Lost: About a foot of skirt last (Old maid's note: You'll be getting .i I typewriter on which the typewriterwho the P. T. A. We are trying to learn all we strawberry production In

or great achievements and Friday. Finder see Maurice Mor In close communication with typewrites on the typewriter, Last week we entertained chapel.On can about the people of that coun- many sections of the country. t
bonors.'s your six teat of clod If you use Now do know find In books When placing your orders with
I i typewrites. you our program we had an original try from pictures we
'' get going. Keep ahead oftine. gan.Found '" tie ,that binds." MY name under that title!) us you are assured of getting: '
: 3he
i what a typewriter is, dear friends? Chinese skit. We also had and magazines. If anyone has any
See how much you cannot Owner see John and Ellen. (Author's note: Aw BO'S your i '. the play "Cinderella". Interesting stories or pictures or plants free from all traces of )
how little. Follow your Found: A noon period when he old man-but that's a compliment -' Do disease and true-to-name;; plant
I you know folks that the The cast was as follows: articles of Japan we would appre-
and-START NOW couldn't warm that typewriter !) ninth grade had seven tests last Cinderella-Dot Bishop. ciate the loan of them.J. properly graded and put up for
-Leon A. Gray. And so, Lord, If It be Thy will- shipment to reach you in excel.
chair. Nelson Faulkner. week They were algebra Eng Two sisters Lorraine Hart- E. Denmark and Lester Mc-
Lost: A stub pencil to stick on (Author's note: My name's not lish, history, physical ed., science mann and Lora Frazee. mlllan are the captains In a spell- lent condition. The price Is $::1.00 ..,

PLANE GEOMETRY his left ear. Finder please notify Will!) Spanish and typewriting. Prince-Inman Green. ing contest to see which side can per 1,000.
Lester Schnell at once. -send me a Tom, Dick, Harryor Prince's ,attendant-Julian Grlf- make the most hundreds. Place your order with
students of the two sections Bill. Send him by parcel post, Hobo: "Lady I really don't fie Ferol Jones wrote the following L. G. COUCH

la geometry enjoyed detailed TIGHT PLACES TO REMEMBER freight or express. Amen! know where my next meal Is com In addition to this we had a : Representing Buntings' Nursery
i of the sectional contest by ..I--: ing from." song, "Thlpping Thider Through a What Would Happen Ifl.: 1m, Inc., Shelbyvllle, Delawareand l

articlpants, Marjorie Stump (Lester Schnell, Scribbler.) SENIOR NEWS Lady: "Well, this is no Informa Thraw" by Lorraine Hartmann. Harry Kellum didn't get his Showell Maryland
tarry Tyson. Much !thusi. A history student who was .' .
for entering next year was caught flat-footed and asked to The Senors, have had at least t -. "'t1
i by participants ,an4 othern recite while be had three or four one holiday since Christmas and -
of the class.ALGEBRA. sticks of gum packed in the corner that was Friday, which was Senior ,
of his mug. "Kid" Day. All the Seniors dressed -
II up like "kids" and met at the }

The teacher's pet who forgot the court house at 8:30: and of course, f

ontestants for District 3, fun telling the Seniors In chemistry
splendid reports on the con- poor "blind man" reading. class and physical ed. class that I
[onday. the newspaper. i iEditor'e they had some questions to write I Things Look Different in
and then he :
: out and also a test-- "
in thet look-
ce Blake was a winner ( note: "No, only I
told them It was "kId"; day. Mr.
he entered the state con- Ing at the pictures.") i
the Seniors the privilege -
Gray gave
t the University of Florida: -
y',March 31. i The deaf fellow at the concert. of letting the Seniors sing
in assembly. They
"School Days'
did not have many classes. COLD BLACK TYPE
E..GLl811IVEnglish The collection tray is passedthe We want to congratulate Mildred -
Scotchman's way. (Editor's and Harmon Morgan for the I I!
IV class enjoyed an note: "No spik Engleesh.") good reports they received In the I
ling report from Harmon
contest. Mildred won In historyIV
a. one of the district contes- IV.
The 300-pounder who was robbed and Harmon In English
Harmon won second place
In the telephone They took another 'exam today
and couldn't get
e English n district contest
booth to call the police station. and we wish them good luck.
therefore entered the state t
5t at the University of Flor- (Editor's not: "T }t. Task.") place Blake In Jackson Algebra also II. won second ': "I HEAR," said the friend, "that you have just made ,

rch 31.tSSEMBLY. .
who The Seniors' Invitations have arrived .
The black-faced( ) comedian
PROGRAM took his hands out of his pockets. but all have not brought :'-': $50,000 in the insurance business."
their money yet BO get busy Seniors t'

assembly-program Friday A magician! who couldn't find f.t :

SCHOOL DAYS By DWIG t n' "Right-except for one or two slight particulars. It was .

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t' 'It made.; for Memorial Day exercises''COMMISSIONERS: WAN "Powder Face" ,Detracts From a Woman's Beauty

on Wednesday the 26th inst., four ECONOMY IN GOVERNMENT

o'clock In the afternoon at Crosby Method} for Correct \-I
' 1/ Here Is Successful \h
,ScietvA Cemetery. (Continued from page 1.) a. 3 t

; After disposing of business, a I and occupied by the children of ,

delightful social half hour was John and Don Frigo north of Law-

spent, at which time Mrs. IL V. tey. The board decided: that in Improper Selection or Application .

-- -- Knight favored the company with a view of the law it had no authorityto of Powder

3MRTHDAY PARTY were'totaled. Prizes for the winners brilliant piano solo and Mrs. L. C. make said approval.It .

i of high scores were presented. Powell gave as an impressive reading coming before the board that Responsible for "Enam

*" On Tuesday evening Little Miss Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Mr. W. M. "If", KIpDng's noted poem. certain counties of the State had eled" Look.

celebrated her Wainwright I The hostesses served a tempting discontinued all pauper allowancesand
,, t ninth birthday by inviting a few The guests present were: Mr. luncheon and from a beautifully all allowances to widows for B, v. VIVA UDOU

Of her friends to enjoy the happy and :Mrs. W. M. Wainwright, Mr. appointed table coffee was pouredby children attending school and that Coniultant, National Beauty Institute
and Mrs. H. C. Wall, Mr. and Mrs.R. Mrs. W. E. Middleton. such assistance has been taken must
Even broadest highway
event with her. oar
Time passed merrily for the I F. Demorest, Judge and Mrs.A. Enjoying the afternoon with care of by the County Council of I have Borne warning signs to keep

young people in playing games and Z. Adkins and Mr. and Mrs' O. Mrs Darby, Mrs. McLendon and employment Relief with a portion travelers from disaster; and on the

7 {contests and at the close of the 1.. Beasley. Mrs. Moor were: Mrs. L. A. Davis of the Federal funds allowedto broad. and happy highway of feminine -, v

,; evening the hostess served ice e Mrs. L. F. Chapman :Miss said counties. The chairman charm I 1 r

,Cream and cake cut from a large CIRCLE MEETINGS Madge Middleton, Mrs. J. M. was!' Instructed to appoint a com- wish today to

.y birthday cake on which burned MONDAY AFTERNOON" Brownlee, Mrs. E. S. Matthews, mittee to meet with the County post a new : .

Dine small 'candles. Mrs. W. L. Wall, Mrs. W. E. Mid- Council for Unemployment Relief warning: .

f .-- The circles of the Woman's Missionary dleton, Mrs. L. D. Powell Mrs. H. : In Bradford county relative to the "Beware of

n BAPTIST CIRCLES TO MEET Society met Monday: after-' V. Knight, Mrs. Annie M. Richard matter. Committee appointed as I powder face I".What _

noon and held interesting meetings, Mrs. O. L. Haynes Mrs. J. W. Andrews follows: J. ,M. Rosier, G. W. An. ," yon

The circles of the Baptist W. M. circle number one being entertained Mrs. Sarah L. Hamrlck drews and L. L. Conner. may ask "do ]

:U. will meet next Monday afternoon by Mrs. T. J. Griffin and Mrs. and Mrs. S. E. Brownlee: Application of Mrs. E. Crews for mean by pow-

at three o'clock. Circle No. N. T. Ritch, their home being widow's exemption on taxes re dor face!"

:1 will meet with Mrs. W. G. String; brightened by lovely roses and AT THE STARKE HOTEL fused. On some

j, fellow with Mrs. Stringfellow and other spring flowers. Mrs. A. H. O. Brown presented a proposition women It takes I
:Mrs. J. M. Brownlee as hostesses. Wood, assistant circle leader, pre- Recent guests at the Starke Hotel for sign post rights on county the form of a ;d

Number 2 will meet with Mrs. sided over the meeting and the Included: Mr. and Mrs. Burton roads. Matter'' was referred to slightly scalyV.Vlvaudou 4

;''kA: fieorge Flynn and Number 3 willJ devotional service was led by Mrs. Hendricks, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas the' county attorney for Investigation condition; on
i >e entertained by Mrs. A. M. Darby W. E. Middleton. At the close of Moore Fredericka, Del.; Mr. and and report at next regularmeeting. others It '? ap

I president of the W. M. U. the meeting the hostesses served Mrs. C. F. Swartz, Mr. Roy Campbell jarent In a heavy mask;-Ilke "enrtm

light refreshments to twenty-five > Mr. Clem C. Wharton, Jr., Application of Carl McKinney tied" look. Hut In all cim'S "pow-

L. DJES' AUXILIARY TO guests. Dover, Del.; :Mr. S. C. Smith Lakeland for pauper allowance was laid over ler face" definite! contributes''an' .
{ :MEET TUESDAYThe Mrs. L. D. Vinlng and Miss Flor- ; Mr. and Mrs. A. Williams, until next regular meeting for further innnturallness that not only de- > s'

ence Wood were hostesses to circle lumboldt, Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs. action. recta/ from a womnn's beauty but

Ladies' Auxiliary of the number two, at the homo of the Alvin Good Cleveland, Ohio; Mr. Application of Mrs. W. A. Feeler ictually adds years to her age. It

Presbyterian church will meet former. A variety of spring flow- frank Savage, Kalamazoo, Mich. for pauper allowance was laid over s no respecter of youth and dauritj. -

r ; rTuesday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock ers added to the beauty of the Mr. J. C. Pickles, Ansonla, Conn.;; until next regular meeting becauseof It 'in as prevalent among

Kit the manse. In the future these room where the circle members Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Voyte Miami lack of funds. II vorocn who have time and moneyo L

:meetings will bo held In the afternoon held their meeting which was pre- Mr. O. A. McCarty, Fort Lauderdale -; Motion made and carried that spend on their complexions as Its > ;

." : inatead of In the evening as sided over by Mrs. Vining, circle Mr. W. R. clerks, Inspectors: and deputy sher- among those young girls who
; Tyrell
heretofore. Dr. Geo. H. Lowry leader. Miss Florence Wood led ; Mr. W. T. Wells, Akron-, Itf be paid $1.00 each for holding lave little of either to devote to Virginia Bruce Erases In a Bit of Manage Before( RalrlO3;

will speak on "Conditions in Japan the devotional service and taking the special election March 28, when }, :helr skins.
Ohio Mr. R. ..
V Walker
.Today." part on the program were Mrs. W. ; Jacksonville available funds are on hand. The cause? In nine cases out of Tie a wide ribbon or band of muslin neck, too and even down on

A. Bessent Jr., Mrs. E. :M. Johns ; Mr. and Mrs. Clifford C. Hastings The board approved the error ;en, the cause Is Improper selection around your bend to keep powder shoulders since tnn<]lsl> neck1'

t Mt ;WOMAN'S CLUB TO MEET and Miss Ruby Kilpatrick of Troy, West Sand Lake N. Y.J: !oil'. and Insolvency report of the county )f powder for those portions of the and cream out of :your hair. are BO revealing. Now smooiij+

Ala. During the social period the M. A. Harvey Jacksonville; Mr. T. tax collector for the year of 1931 'lace where powder alone must be Then, after the very light film of all excess powder using C.

The Woman's Club of Starke will hostesses served tea and wafers. H. Sellers Mr. M. R. Coward, Savannah and authorized the following credits lepecded upon. Improper selection cream has been applied dip a large: touches. A soft powder bra!

q hold their regular monthly meeting The combined offering from the Ga.; Mr. R. L. Daugherty, to-wlt;, State taxes. $837.84 i l Ilr Improper application. Even U .loft puff Into your powder box. To best for this.

';: ;Wednesday afternoon April 12, at circles amounted to $12.73, which Jacksonville; Mr. R. A. Knight, county taxes, $9,053.34. rou use the best powders, you must powder properly and effectively, begin The result is a smooth velvety

3:30: o'clock. This is National Gar- will be applied on dues and local ainesvllle; Miss Verna Alexander, The following reports were approved snow how to apply them correctly at the base of the throat (below lab, ready' for the accents o{ r

:"tpiJ den Week, and Miss Pearl Jordan work. Great Falls, N. Y.; Mr. Geo. W. and ordered filed: County >r you will lose much of their bene- where your blouse or dress top lipstick, and eye-shadow. t

y will bc In charge of the program.There Davis, Tampa; Mr. Marvin Brooks, Demonstration Agent Inspectorfor will begin) and place-do not rub- these instructions with the b

; will be an out-of-town epeak- ANNUAL CONGREGATIONAL Miami; Mr. and Mrs. Walker B. Jail, and for the Nassau prison. Its.The correct way to start a suc- your powder upward over cheeks grades of powder will do muc(

', er will give an Interesting MEET OF PRESBYTERIAN McLain and family. New York The following resolution was :essful make-up the kind that looks and nose and forehead. Be sure to eliminate the danger of what I
r City; Mr. S. W. Wassail and the back and sides of ;your referred to as "powder fact'
fj italk along this subject. son adopted and clerk. instructed to :harmlngly natural!, Is thUjway: powder

Hostesses for the afternoon will I The annual congregational meeting New York City; Mr. S. M. Berry, end a copy'"each to our State sen- crates a few days ago growers 20 PUREBRED BULLS

.t: fee:" Mrs. I.. A. Davis Mrs. R. F .II. of the Presbyterian church was Mr. R. J. Barnes Mr. E. B. Foster, ator and representative. from racing ana race tracks be have received an average of six OFFERED FOR 8.l|
; 'Demorest, Mrs. L. D. Green,. Mrs. 5. Atlanta Ga.; Mr. Chessman Kit- Resolution diverted to school funds. those shippedin -
held Wednesday evening, April cents per quart over
r "i. O..Powell Mrs. Eunice Canova, teredge, Tarry ton N. J.; Mr. F. N. timesIt INDIRECT ECONOMIESCreation -
In normal
g:, Rcgradless of the Inclemency of Whereas, even quart crates and it looks very F. H. Brannan of the Elm G
1 :Mrs John Uglow and Mrs. M. W. Skelld, Mr. A. J. Penchott, Jr., St. if not of a Debt Funding Com-
; the weather a good attendancewas is very difficult, impossible much like we will use pints hereIn Farm Belvidere, Tennessee,,
x, b :Morrow. Augustine; Mr. J. L. Crayden Eus- Board of County Commissioners mission with power and authorityto
present. Good reports were for the the following seasons. They are offer at private sale at Bat:<
tie; Mrs. Rose E. Wilson Hartford suitable assist counties and municipalities -
given from all departments show- Conn. to prepare a : a much more attractive packageand Barn,, near the A. C. L. stock
Mr debt
KINDERGARTEN CLASS ; and Mrs. Paul the solution of their
Ing that regardless of conditions, estimate under the provisions of experience has proved that in Gainesville, 20 purebred Shorn
it Harrell Mr. :of
7O GIVE PROGRAM W. A. Baldwin Section' General problems to the best interests '
the church is making creditable 2306 Compiled they will carry better in pints than bulls and five females T.
Rodford Va.; Mrs. W. N. Section all concerned. There must be ad-
Laws of Florida, 1927, being 11. These cattle
The kindergarten class of Mrs progress. Angle, Rocky Mount, Va. 5, of Chapter 6814, Acts of justments made within the capac- In quarts. day, April month
Officers re-elected as follows in from 10
4. were range
; Ceorge W. Kenly will give a pro. and ability 'of the people to
: Elders, J. M. Mitchell F. A. 1915. as amended by Chapter 7810 I', ity Mr. and Airs. V. R. Reddish Entertain two years and there will be lad
i 1. ;tram at the school assembly on Sweezy, E. M. Davis, H. H. Young; RESOLUTIONThe Acts of 1618, to adequately fit the pay. Such a law cannot and must uals of both polled and ho,
April 13th, at ,I the state even morally
fThursday morning not make
trustees, F. A. Scott, T. N. Kendrick conditions larlalng; during the following Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Reddish entertained types.
[10:40.; W.' B. Barnes, Mike Maruca, following form resolution is year, and liable for such debts. with a chicken pilau Sat. The Shorthorn is a beef type
The program will consist of aIfalry Whereas the Board of County LOCAL AND SPECIAL LEGISLATION Many games were mal but has splendid tnlUc-
''f and T. S. Williams and J. F. Flannlgan. from Hampton, Florida Lodge No. urdayevenlng.
playlet, Easter songs believe that it is of the difficulties
Short addresses were made by 129F.&A.M.: Commissioners -Many enjoyed until a late hour when the duclng characteristics Short
I dramatizations.: necessary to amend said section In which our people find themselves delicious chicken milk than
Mr. J. M. Mitchell Mr. H. H. Whereas the Supreme Master in hostess served a cows giving more
The kindergarten will broadcast so as to make the same more flexible can be traced directly to Improvi- other beef cattle. The us
Young and Dr. G. H. Lowry. pilau supper.
his infinite wisdom fit to take
N Another radio program at an early the business session the congregation from us our dear Brother saw Ackleyand ,. and allow the transfer by the dent passage of local or special leg- Those present were: Misses Shorthorns as foundation r.
date.The adjourned to the.manse, Board of County Commissioners of islation. This practice Is a menace. Autherine and Katherine Blanchard has probably done more to dev

children enrolled in the kindergarten where they were entertained by the surplus l in any estimated item The legislature is urged to forage Gullda Marie made Dolly the beef cattle Industry of
are Betty Hayes Betty Whereas only an honorary member item that might be and loc interests until ma-
to other
Dr. and Mrs. Lowry..:. some forget Dlnklns, Abble Harley, Pearl Mc- United States than any c
a :McRae, Helen Kruse, Hazel Fields, ", of Florida his the state
v A of mualo and readIngs Hampton Lodge, depleted ahdWhereaethe jor projects concerning Earthen Messrs. J. C. Gatewood, breed.
!Joyce Prevatt and Marjorie Sue were program Piano solos were Masonic life was such that we feel: 1933 legislature is as a whole have been disposed of. Hubbard and Dutch Harley, Claude .

:MIddleton. played> by given.Margaret Lowry, Jean ,, that Masonry has lost.a valuable soon to convene and this board Among these major problems' in Rowe and O. J. Phillips.J. Climatic temperatures art a
members and Connecticut and feels that our representative and the need for an act which has for -' erned by sun's rays, laW

1* B. Y. P, IT. PROGRAM Davis Davis,, Marjorie and readings Stump were, Mrs.given E. Florida a valuable citizen. our senator should carefully consider its purpose the making uniform all C. Gatewood was visiting in earth's surface, oceanic CUll

Be it resolved that we extend to this situation and take what laws of the state of Florida with Ocala Sunday.Mr. and winds.
' t Program of the New River B. Miss Lucille Mitchell. Interesting Mrs. Ackley our heartfelt sympathy -1 ever steps that are necessary durIng respect to municipal corporations. and Mrs. E. J. Scott of Lake
Under the direction -
q :y.:I P. U. Federation meeting with games were played in her great loss. ; the coming session of this legislature Recommendation ttfat a constitutional land arrived here Monday and will
of Mrs. O. W.:
( c the Starke B.. T. P. U. Sunday, Kenly. Further be it resolved, that a to make said section more amendment be submitted
until the close of strawberry
__ remain
] April 9, at the Baptist church: The hostess, assisted by Mrs. E. copy: of these resolutions be givento flexible. I respecting the charters of all mu- FLORIDATHEATRE!
M. Davis, Mrs. C. A. Knight, Misses
1 2:30: p. m., Devotional-Hugh Marjorie Stump Lucille Mitchell, Mrs. Ackley, a copy sent to his Now .therefore be it resolved by nicipalities. }. O. J. Phillips and children,
; Walters.; home lodge, a copy spread upon the: Board of County BANKING 'AND .FINANCE-:- are visiting in Miami his week
Helen Mersereau Jean Davis and
9 2:45: p. id.{Buslness. ; served refresh- our minutes and a copy be sent to ers of Bradford COmmission-I Careful consideration should be Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Reddish had GAINESVILLE FLA.
Margaret Lowry,
t 3:00: 'p.- m., Welcome-Dorothy ments. the Bradford County Telegraph' for respectfull r petition given to the passage of such legis- as their dinner guests Sunday: Mr. ,

Sapp. publication. tative and our lation that will be In keeping with and Mrs. I. B. Dinklns of Bushnell,
+' 3:05 p. m. Special music-Pine THE LITTLE WOMEN'S CLUB (Signed) : carefully tne'sttuatlon in which our : the progress being made nationally Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reddish of Webster WEEK BEG. APRIL 6, 193

Grove.* L. H. FLITCH Board of County Commissionersand I and locally to protect and conserve Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddishof -
; : 3:10: p. m. Corinth Seniors. Last week the Little Women's O. L. HARRISON, other Boards of County Commissioners fur banking and financial Institutions Jacksonville. THURSDAY & FRIDAY

I, : 3:35 p. m. Song-Congregation. Club of Starke held Its regular F. :M. TAYLOR, find themselves each and through them the moneyof Mesdames A. H. Harley and ES. WHEELER & WOOLSEY
3:40 p. m. Starke Intermediates. Committee. year'by reason ,of the conditions the deposited in them.
business meeting on Tuesday, and people B. Wells were shopping In Jack
3:55 p. rn.,Song-Congregation. Imposed la said section and we REPEAL OF THE 18TH sonville Friday. In
Lora Frazee the -
on Friday program
a 4:00 p. m. Lawtey Juniors. chairman presented a program respectfully request them to take AMENDMENT Passage of such Dutch Harley returned from "SO THIS IS AFRICA'SATURDAY

I / 4:15 p. m. Special song from of music and and whatever steps are necessary to will the sub- Washington D. C. Wednesdaywhere
a readings, legislation as permit
Starke B. Y. P. U. led by John correct the situation by amendingsaid on the Stage'BLUE &
a play, "A Girl's Ideala." Also "A mission of the question of repeal- he has been transacting '
PowelL "' DROOKER section 2306 Complied General Amendmentto business.E. RHAPSODY BEVBj
Perfect Woman by club girls Ing of the Eighteenth
'.. 4:20: p. m. Inspirational. Laws of 1927, allowing more latitude has J. Roberts is visiting relatives
each girl telling what womanly the people. The Congress On the Screen
HIM Vara Cor.
4:50 Gainer, ,
m. Song-Congregation.
p. to the Board of Commissioners
trait she would have. Mrs. Ola legalized beer and at the same and friends in St. George, RlDEII'
t 4:05: p. m. Announcements. In the "MYSTERIOUSMONDAY
transferring -
Perkins told a true story about time utilized Its sale as a sourceof Ga.. this week.
a 0:00: p. m. Benediction.The funds froD1 Item to other -
a girl she knew. This week an interesting Mr. and Mrs. A. B,Crosby and one revenue. Recommendation of -Miss Grace Arwood entertained
t public Is cordially Invited. Items where the funds have been the members of the 4-H Club at her
business meeting was children of Jacksonville are spend- the passage of a bill legalizing :

DINNER PARTY AND DANCE, ing a few days here.with her parents I Resolve that beer, in keeping with the state held.The further, a certified and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Beck arrived "CRIME OF TIlE CEXTIT'With
club now has forty-three Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Galney. national democratic platforms
On Friday evening. Mrs! O. L. members. The finance chairman Earnest Walton of Waldo at- I copy of this resolution be for- our National Administration/Such here Monday from Tampa and will

Haynes entertained with a dinner reported she was planning a program tended church services at Deadon warded to our said senator and legislation must provide .for strict I make their home In the Torode cot JEAN IIERSIIOLT
In 'order that theymay
F' party and dance In honor of her to be used at a picture showto Sunday. representatives regulation of the traffic and the tage on Lake Avenue.. Mr. Beck -
be sponsored by the club after ,consider-;the same and coop- maximum revenues to be derived has accepted a position in the
; daughter, Miss Georgia Kathryn Rev l,. E. McGauley'and< chll' erate with other senators and rep- TUESDAY & WEDNESDALEE
couldbe Grocery.B.
derived Plee-zlng
Easter. therefrom.
Haynes, who was sixteen on this dren and Miss Vera attended Money so
this connection.
resentatives in
J1' The directress, Mrs. J. M.: Al church used for the purchase of' textbooks C. Wainwright, who la attending TRACY
services at Deadon Sun-
date.Baskets J. M. ROSIER in school or such the University of Florida, at,
4 of splrea and other gar vares talked on good club man- our system In
day.Mr. L. L. CONNER other useful maybedeemed Gainesville, is spending a few daysat : WIRES'
six as
den flowers decked the home for ners. She also took up pointsin and Mrs. Resale Carlton of MALLORY THOMAS purpose "CLEAR ALL
the characteristics of a perfect wise. his home here.. -
this delightful affair. Dainty place Hetlbronn spent Sunday here with G. W. ANDREWS. .

Fards designated the place of the woman. the her parents Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Routine bills were approved and An average :yield of 2,272 huge. COMING APRIL IS 'II
Mrs. T. T. Long will be
guests at four prettily appointed Mott.P. .
d ordered paid. bunches of grapes was produced bya I STREET"
tt small tables and the dinner speaker on the program Wilier Mae A. and -4SND
following H.B. Crosby.H. P. and There being no further businessthe I. LAWTEYO. .1 grapevine planted in England to I
Thornton is arranging for next .
the young ladles were joined L. R. Galney and R. T. Osteen were board adjourned to meet the 1769.
? ,''f, T by their young men friends, and Friday, and will talk to us on attending to business in Starke first Monday In May. I 0. J. Phillips Cor. .1 -- -

,l k dancing was enjoyed the rest oft : good manners. The members are Monday. A. J. THOMAS. Clerk. > I.
also looking forward to two readings -
; l the evening. Mrs. .
Mandy Conerly of Gainesville Movement
3 [;f ,-, The dinner guests were: Misses by Mr. Gray as well as the Lawtey Berry
rest of the spent last week here visiting HIGHLIGHTS OF During the week closing Wednesday Revue Contest
:. ifka ,Lois Adklns, ,Kitty Hogsed. Dot program.The friends Beauty
t Rltch Lula Redgrave Martha: program comes the first SUOLTZ MESSAGE night there were
Mr. and Mrs.,L.. W. Sowell of I
I \ containing 148,683
1 Brownlee; Martha Powell, Bunnie period after noon, at the schoolhouse express cars

?4' *i 'Canova, Ellen Wiggins, and Lillian and it is hoped the mothers her Mtcanopy.mother spent Mrs.Sunday here with (Continued from page 1.) quarts of strawberries shipped RITZ THEATRE

'. b, : *1 Sternberg. will come out and see what is be- Sally Mott cation in charge of the curriculumof from the local platform not includ-

s ing done. the public school system, like- ing those shipped by truck at an
)i,1 BRIDGE CLUB MEETS Doshla Smith, Secretary. MARRIAGE LICENSES enue fund. The recommendationthat estimated average net return of NIGHT APRIL 7TH
i immediate attention be givento twelve cents per quart to the grower ,

; Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson W. T. WEEKS CHAPTER The following marriage license paua<< 'C)' such legislation. which is a return of $17,427.76 Sponsored by
U. D. O. MET WEDNESDAYMrs. Protection'of Florida's turned loose In this section in,the
'were host and hostess to membersof have been Issued by County JudgeE. highway LEADING MERCHANTS
their bridge club Saturday evening 1C. Perryman during the put .wise the fixing of teachers' sal- past week. The> growers who are

.,' at, ,their home on Madison I A. M. Darby, Mrs. H. B week: aries. Debt service is solely a carefully grading and packing their Two 7:30 & 9'1:15 I
street McLendon and Mrs. J. T. Moore Ernest J. Raulerson and Loca county or school district obligation berries are receiving a premium ower ,

t j Vases of radiance roses, orange were hostesses to the W. T. Weeks Conner. and should not be foisted up oa the the fellow who just puts any- Picture Attraction

{ t blossoms, calendulas Intermingled Chapter, U. D. c., Wednesday afternoon Boyd Monroe. .. and Eva Mae Bennett state either directly or indirectly. thing In his ,cups to fill them up.
j with baby breath, and baskets of at the home of Mr. and 'The state Is obligated only for the and until there is a Federal inspection "Cohen's and Kelly's in Trouble"Admission

+ gladioli and 'amaryllis tastefully Mrs. A. M. Darby. James S. Hodges and Francis I revenue necessary to pay the 'put'in'force here al growersare

tt arranged formed an effective background .-.. Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. president, Iris Swersey. I state's part of maintenance, which going to have to pay the price ,j'tI :'

'I, for this Informal iparty was the presiding officer and Miss Guy Futch and Delores Garrett. we should restrict to the payment for teh one that does not prop- Children, 15c Ada

Five progressions of contract Madge Middleton transacted her Josie Starling and Ola Futch. of teachers salaries. Recommen- erly pack and grade his berries.

+ bridge were enjoyed, and score duties: as secretary. Plans were Charlie HUllard and Pearl Howe. dation tbef: money now received l In the trial shipments on 39-plnt
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-- FUNERAL SERVICF.S\ : which features Nancy Carrol and commission report requiring the en members of the commission About half of Germany's population
FOR DK. RAYMOND John Bot,.. Livestock Sanitary Board to spend would be Increased, it Is disclosed, was killed in Thirty Tears'
--"-- "20,000 Years In Sing Sing," one for different purposes a part of from $063,220 to $1,128.884 or 17.2 War beginning! In Bohemia in 1619.

r Bits of Funeral services for Dr. Q. 1'>. of the current outstanding hits the proceeds from the half mill tax :per cent The governor's salary -- ---- --- -

. Raymond, pastor of the Baptist will be shown at the Ritz Wednesday levy made exclusively for support I would remain $9,000 a year and NAT SEZ:
Church, who died last week, were and Thursday, April 12-13. of the fight on the tick. Service $6,000 each still would be drawn :
held Thursday afternoon from the The story la by the only man with of the marketing bureau also would by the attorney-general, comptroller

I cal NI parsonage. Rev. W. J. Meade otAlachua a wide enough knowledge of crimInal need to be curtailed of the recommendations commissioners of agriculture,
l and Rev. J. H. Jenner of character and sympathetic are approved by the secretary of state and treasurer, The more I read of airship accidents

Penney Farms, officiated. Inter understanding to have conceived legislature. with tso superintendent of public I the happier I am that my
Instruction cut to $.,800. store la located on the ground
and written It, Warden Lewis E.
Concerning Our People, Bu.lne...and ment was In Crosby Cemetery in Lawea. Saving that the budget commission : "Florida farmers and growers floor of a two
charge of the Masonic Lodge.
I Progrttf of the County and Town Actua pallbearers were: T. T. would be effected will on be found other will be found little disposed to permit story building.' 1
items of state outlay air travel '
Long A. J. Thomas, H. L. Brown American Falls dam, Snake than real If the report sacrifice of these state farm
lee, J. M. Brownlee, L. Q. Powell, River, Idaho, 87 feet high, has an more apparent service activities on altars at Tallahassee ever gets so
____o_ a- -=--=-_=..=....=....._...=...=._......=.....- I and B. Jacobs. estimated Impounding capacity of goes through, the magazine erectetd in the name of popular that I
aScol S. Crews were I Honorary pallbearers were: A. 1,000 billion gallons. asserts since comparisons have economy," editorially it is com have to go up in .
and Mrs.: A. district made with the appropriations of "
Mr. G. Williamson, mented. a balloon to Hell
M. Darby, L. C. Powell, J. F. Kick-
JacUBonvme Frida) for Fenn Mutual Life the 1931 legislature rather than of shoes, ,:
manager NOTICE a pair
? liter, O, W. Alderman Dr. E. L.Biggs .
'Acce< by them of tnq con
in the ptance
Insurance Co., cf Jacksonville, *> with the actual expenditures right then I Is '""
of Gainesville, Mr.: and and W. 3. Epperson. past two )'Cf\rs. In almost every clusions reached in the report Into .:
g T Dell spent Wednesday with My wife Mrs. Mlrrell Ahrendt, when I'll get
,. fro Monday and 'Tuesday in Mrs. L. A. Rennolda. Among organizations sending has left my bed and board and I case, it appears, the amounts spent' would be equivalent to admission some nice i
went flowers were: Junior B. Y. P. U., smaller. that the agricultural Interests deserve
Intermediate B. Y. U. will not be responsible for any were substantially the quiet racket
gtarUe. P. Baptist to ba made the 'goats' in
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop and W M. U., Woman's Club, pupils debts contracted l by her. i Omission from tile budget figures adjustment of the fiscal situation like safe crack- I'';

Mrs, E. M. Johns spent Saturday children, Mary Harriet, Harold and of Starke school, Boy Scouts, faculty Gurhart Ahrendt. I of the proposed disbursements at Tallahassee. Ing.
in Gainesville with for the road department, aid to
Sunday Nina Bishop, and Carol White
and of Starke school, Masons,
NOTICE counties for public schools and paymrnta "Cuts In appropriations for all Thin. Will Koirrrs (he writes
spent Sunday at Green ,Cove I guy 1
friends members of Baptist choir, Bethel
they recognize as essential. :
nn cnnntv bmuled debtH Is government n column too) In. al\\'IIY" boosting
Mrs. J. Springs with relatives. Baptist School and R. J. E. Graded ; Gladly they will forego a \ f"'l I
and the minnow srhiuirn '
L. Brownlee called attention to as rendering lUrpliuu** uiul never >
Mrs H. *(MMM MMMM *MMBIHM School, Mt. Morlah M. E. Church, I will teach a private normal
Wednesday in Jacklonvllle report Incomplete and misleading. fair share of the benefits that the to put In a K S.BHtcb spent Mr. and Mrs.. A. J. Grlffla, L. Club, freshman class, Wood school at Macclt'nny( Florida, andoffer
be effected. 11'1
I work for those These three Items may require as savings may them, inn j'bo l It I had a* rnurhtork t ,
T. and W. S. Slbley were Circle. preparatory
Dyer j"n. "They will not, however, accept "
much as $25,000,000: Judging from In alrnhlp companies an AV11Ih
take teachera'examination
who plan to the ,
Mrs T J. Alderman and :Miss' visitors In Hastings Mr the In JUDO for either a past experience, or nearly twice the as fair the budget commission proposals "i., I might change my mind. 1 ,_ :;\ I, .,;
Saturday in Jack- Grlffls and Mr. Dyer spoke IMA: JE.1I0UOIrS sum accounted for in the recommendations to slash farm service nearly : t ,)
Lois\ Long spent Club while there. first, second or third grade certif '
Rotary I HAS BIRTHDAY PARTY four times as"much In proportion ': t {!I
jonvllle. 'j( icate. This normal( will begin for other expenses. Tho main topic that I want to ;, '
Charges made by the magazine ,as other activities in beer. We can't 'I' "
-- gin April 24, 1933, and It will con. I discuss this week .r
Mrs J. G- Godwin and children, Missed Evelyn Stump, Beverly\ Ima Jean, the charming little tlnue until the beginning of the that the budgetary body has been do anything else ao we might as \ ';'
th State Farm, were in StarkeTue Cady and Alice Fernandez, who are ,daughter of Mr. and Mrs. "Flink" teachers' examination. grossly unfair to farmers and well talk about it. Dave Sholt J ''J "''f. :'

of Jay, students at the Woman's College Hough, celebrated her sixth birthday For further Information write growers in Is findings are support Don't Get Nights has asked tho Legislature to legt t : r '1 II'
In Tallahassee, spent the week-end with a party at her home Monday to me at Sanderson Florida. ed by figures showing that the up alize the old beverage HO that thO j'f"f"\; 'I \ 'i "

Mr and Mrs. Will Morris and with their respective parents.Mr. I afternoon, March 27. JOHN S. FISH. group of agencies particularly of FUEB State can tax it and use the money : ,f
Gob were visitors in Jacksonvlllo The children of the community value to ua would bo cut 63: ,B percent THIS 230 TEST. to pay off hungry school teachers. ., \, I
Bon and :Mrs. I... A. Rennolds if the It It Full* \ "
'"ueaday. 'were Invited and their mothers. FLORIDA GROWER PROTESTS In appropriations report bladder would ,.I' ij ,t"
and Mrs. W. A. Stern were In Jack The hospitality of the Hough's can CUT IN EXTENSION \\ORKTampa. la adopted whereas on all the remaining Physic the as you Now I think that In pretty 't If' 'r./. / '

Mr and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright sonville Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Ren only be appreciated by a friendly Items Included In the bud the bowels. Drive acids out which the Impurities cause thoughtful of I>i"\t, and I promlsa '4 ; { f.. iA'' ;;;

and Mrs. D. T. Clark spent Monday nolds attending the Perm Mutual community like this one cast of .-Farm service agencies get report the proponed reduction and excess him my henrty cooperation. Of .; \ ,
in Jacksonville. Life Insurance State convention.Mrs. Brooker.An of the state would be wrecked in would be equal only to 18 percent. the Get Irritation 25c that: box wakes of IWKET3 you up., counto, I'm not In th. I 'Klnlikture.NO I f \:: 7.. ':
abundance of ice cream and several instances If the legislature Economies that would be the result a regular I can't do anything about that '1 r." !,
loaves, juniper ,'
I buchu "
made from
Roscoe McLain of Gainesville Annie M. Richard and son, cake was served! by Mrs. Ethel accepts the recommendations made of the budget recommendations If mitl of It, lint It they nukk kerf f (\ J ;
Mrs test
four ,
was the guest of Mrs. J. E. Mr. Morgan Richard, have moved Hough under the shade trees in the by the budget commission, the even taking the figures of oil, etc.satisfied After backj days and legal, I promlHo to do my share to t ; 'i
not gjet '
i Tuesday.Mrs. here from Jacksonville and are occupying spacious yard where the children Florida Grower, agricultural magazine the commission as correct, amount go bladder help out. It's our hiwtnnm to pro-. I 'f ( t'
WIlson 2Sc.: work on the .
an apartment at the were playing and was also enjoyed published here, points out in Eo $4,370,829. on $17,937,510( leavIng your They oil the \lilo for the teiwhers, and It's a ". \ W ;
similar to castor on '
Alice Langford of Gainesville Sparkman house on East Call St. by the mothers while they con its current issue: Research work 13691690. Of this claimed bowls. Bladder irregularity la nature's ppnnur| to drink lxr_o If we : \ ,
visited Mrs. R. A. Thomas tinued visiting. of the experiment stations would saving, $1,370,149( would be made and warn run combine' hunlneiM with ple..-- ;' l .'
Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. E. K. Ferryman attended Ima Jean was not expecing any have to be almost wholly suspended on agricultural Items, cutting these of danger trouble.signal You are may bound to \\lint.eoulJ. be swrtr? \ ( k 1'"
the Methodist State Missionary presents from her little guests, so and the plant board could not from $2,089, 10 to $718,391. All you and I ',1] ''lit; ;.! -
this '
better after cleansing \
Miss Jessie Redick and sister of Conference in Gainesville Wednes was very,happily surprised to receive !carry on the Inspections service remaining agencies would be reduced feel' regular sleep MltcheU'1I [ I'm not' lannlng to open a beer } f j.t i:' : )

0: Jacksonville, were guests of Mrs. day and Thursday, and while there so many gifts. 'which avoids quarantines against only from $15,808.809 to you get Drug your Store says Buketa Is a garden in the back of ,my store, il: I 11

w. H. Green Sunday. was the guest of Mrs. D. C..Jones.Mr. As the sun was getting low the Florida products,.under the limited $12.972.329 or but $2,835,690. bent'seller. but If you com in and see som '))1" Ji! t. '
headed the sev' stuff, J
guests were reminded it was time appropriations. Departments by of our breezy summer you : ,

Mr Paul B. Hale of DeLand has : and Mrs; R. D. Fascalle' and to bid Miss Ima Jean good-bye, Entirely eliminated would be '___._ ,_.__ !II will bo just as'refreshed! as if )'OU'J"; J ,I'll' \ :'
been a guest at the Starke Hotel; Mr. and Mrs. Rex Roberston of wishing this sweet little lady many the agricultural'extension service, oQo.- had had a couple of steins of 3, I ,. t f:1:

for the past two weeks., Lake City, and Mrs. M. Smith of more happy birthdays as happy as including state aid for the country I' \"I 'I :
Oxford, were guests of Mr. and this and a birthday party every farm and home >demonstration Mr. P. J.. Pearce I M t
Mrs. Sallle Entenze and son, Mrs. L. S. Hutto'and family Mon year. ;agents system, if the budget body hat only One Buck. L'tl'i'f.'i'f.Atr."v 'i'f.

John of Jacksonville were guests day. [proposals prevail. It *further is of the AlitiiNlngwetir Dathlng Suite ,:: I" '; lI"f
Tuesday of Mrs. Lalla Chase. BIRTHS shown. Other work heretofore car $1.03. { J \ !
Mrs. J. C. Robinson, ..:Mrs. Llllle ried on for the benefit of rural City Barter Shop and Beauty Shop ; "'I'I"!' 'j
t< f
Mrs T. Olson attended the S. Lewis, Mrs. R.: F. Demorest, Miss Mr. and Mrs Wesley McRae, people that also would be wiped And other things too numerous .t
Methodist State Missionary Con Vera Claire Robinson, Eldredge Starke, boy March 30. out Includes the teaching of agriculture Wishes to Announce to mention, so help me. .t '" 'd; ""iff 1'l' \

In Gainesville Wednesday. Robinson and Granville Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tomllnson, and home economics In the
ference he
Monday afternoon in Jack- .. schools and the national Thai he has returned from Savannah, Gn., where
spent Starke, girl, April 4. < public :
Mr and Mrs. A. :M. Pettlt of vllle. Mr. and Mrs. Ivory Hodge egg-laying contest at Chlpley. attended the 1933 Spring Trade Reality Show and can

Alachua spent Thursday with Mrs.L. Brooker, boy, April 4... Cattle tick eradication would be give the latest in ladies hair cutting ,
A Rennolds and Mrs. E. F. :Mrs. T. J. Alderman, Mrs. L. A. materially delayed In completion I Slarke Florida ifil
Johns. Gray, Miss Bunnle Canova, Miss GRAHAM VOTE under provisions .in the budget --" -.----------..-,-..-.--.--.". ,: .! :U

,- Lois Adklns, Miss Kitty Hogsed ..
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Mr and Mrs. George C. White and S. R. Johns, Jr., were visitors -- = -' -- -- -- .. -: .::-:-.-::: --- :.. :
returned to Tallahassee Sunday In Jacksonville Wednesday after Through error the Graham vote
In the recent special election was
evening after. a short visit with noon. ommitted from the last issue of .

relatives. Friends here of Mr. and Mrs. J. the Telegraph. The vote was as
i C. C. Butler 7, J. L. Fra- TRUE LOVE
Mr Charles Larsen, Jr., of the R. .Halllgan are pleased to hear :
University of Florida, was a guest that they were unharmed by the I zee 3, Floyd Green 2, Mrs. G. M. 59c

"" of his aunt, Mrs. D. E. Knight recent earthquake. They live at,' Xnznan 2. 24 pounds -

Saturda Whittier, fifteen miles from Los MRS. INMAN THANKS VOTERS Ip op rocerySrARKE

,. Angeles, and twenty-two miles -

Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and Mrs.J. from Long Beach. I wish to express my thanks to FLOUR

S. Blitch spent Friday and Sat all who votjd for me In the recent
urday in Jacksonville with Rev. Mrs. May Jones, Doutt Jones and defeated, I am
election. Although
and Mrs. M. C. Stlth. Ben Dowllng of Jacksonville, jvere grateful for the loyal support of FLORIDA APRIL 7th & 8th COLE'S EXTUA
the guests Sunday of Dr and friends. .
Mrs. E. S. Matthews, Mrs. H. B. W. E. Middleton. Mrs. L. E. my(Signed many): Mrs. Vonda Inman. 24 pounds 55c
McLendon, Miss' Madge Middleton Dowllng, who had spent several -

and Miss Hazel Middleton spent I' weeks here returned with them to SPECIAL MATINEE AT I Pure Creamery Whole Grain Rice 5 Ibs. 15c
Saturday in Jacksonville.' her home Sunday afternoon. RITZ THEATRE FRIDAY ,
I II -.---..-. FLOUR
Paul Knight of the University Paul Knight, Milton Brownlee, The management of the Ritz I Butter lb.--21c
of Florida is spending the pre- Jr., Billy Graham, Ralph Cox, William Theatre announces a special matinee Salt,55cpackageslOc COLE'S KXTKA121bs.
. Easter vacation with his parents, Duncan and Lester Price RobInson Friday, April 7, 3:30 p. m.
Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight. of the University of Florida, Children who plan to see Cohen's
Brookfield 30cROUR
Gainesville, arrived Wednesday and and Kelly's In Trouble, are requested .
Mr and Mrs. J. C. Turnipseed of are spending the Spring holidays to attend the matinee.They will Good Brooms each .. ..

Mclntoah, were guests Sunday of at their respective homes. be admitted for regular matinee Cheese lb. 15c ,

Mr. and Mrs. F. A. S eezy. price in the afternoon, whereas the ,
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bylaskl night admission will be 15c. Co 15c
Mrs. A. V. Long, Mrs. F. A. Ca returned to their home hi Ft. My hen's and Kelly's In Trouble will Corn, No. 2 can, 2 cans -

nova and daughter, Mary Anne, ers Thursday after spending several be shown Friday, only. Best Irish Potatoes PILLSBURY
of Gainesville, were visitors in days here with their son-in- Buck Jones will be seen Saturday

Starke Wednesday afternoon.Mr. Darby.and daughter They,were Mr. and accompanied Mrs. J. Twelve in "Hello beautiful Trouble.professional" 10 pounds17c Pure Coffee, 2 Ibs. - 25c 241bs. 70c

and Mrs. Felton Varnadoe home by Mrs. Darby, who will models, all recruited from the
have left for a visit to different visit them for a while.'i smartest modiste shops of Holly
points In Georgia, where they will wood appear In Child of Manhattan Apricots 3 Ibs. .. .. 25c Raking Powder
spend sometime with relatives. Miss Vera Claire Robinson, Miss Sugar 10 Ibs. 45c ,
Bunnle Canova, Miss Lula Red CLABBER GIKL

Mrs E. L. Mrs. O. J. Grif grave and Miss Kathryn Haynes
fin. Mrs. A. Z.Biggs Adklns and Mrs. D. motored to Gainesville Sunday af RITZ THEATRE Peanut Butter Ib. .. .. lOc Can -lOc
accompanied -
They were
A Montleth motored to Jacksonville ternoon. '

Wednesday and spent the day. by Ralph Lester Cox of Price the Robinson University and of STARKE, FLORIDAPROGRAM Milk,, tall can 5c

Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Epperson and'Florida, who had spent the week BEG. APRIL 7 1-2 PINTMayonnaise Bacon, Beat White
end at their respective homes here. \
children of Jacksonville, were
guests Sunday of Mr. Epperson'sParents
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson. "COHEN'S AND KELLY'S INTROUBLE" PHILLIPS' lOc Pound. - 8c

On the Stage
Mrs. O. J. Griffin returned to Cnrrl Bell Hurmuaf, c_. BEAUTY REVUE 6 cans - 25c Bacon Plates or Florida

her home in St. Augustine Thurs, Children's 1'laUnei
day after spending several days Special Sides
here with her daughter, :Mrs. E. U Mr. and Mrs. T. A. DuBose and 8JO p. m. 1-2 PINT
Biggs. son of Worthington Springs spent
the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. SprURDAYIUCK Tomatoes, Pound - .. 7 c

Congressman R. A. Green and R. M. Alvarez.Mr. -..: JONES Relish10cROYAL
nephew, George Johns, arrived Russel Norman was visiting InHELLO 25c
Friday from Washington. D. C.. In Lacrosse Tuesday morning. TROUBLE" 4 No.2 - -

homes.and will spend a short time at their Butler Misses Flora Agnes Belle Crawford Johns of of Lake New Also Mickey :Mouse And I Lard 4 Ibs. -V28cr

River and Mr. Carl Nettles of Lake Travelaugh ESTATE TEA, 1-1 Ib _________ lOc ,

Butler were visiting Misses Mattie MONDAY & TUESDAY I Tall Can weenie Weenie Peas, No. 2 can ___ .______ 15c

[GENT A WORRCOLUMN and afternoon.Mr.Carra. Belle Norman Sunday CIHLD OF MANHATTAN 9c CHERRIES, Blue Label, 2 cans __________ 25c S IOKJlD
Edwards and NANCY CARROL AND Salmon can -
children. and spent Mrs. A.the A. week-end in JOHN BOLES ASPARAGUS TIPS,'can __ _______...___ We Bacon ID. lOc

Brooker.Mr. Added f Paramount; News Bartlett Pears, Libbi/s No 2 1-2 can ___. 19c ,

Fon SALE Baby chicks. White children. and, of Mrs.Evergreen Schellle Rosier were din and And Krazy Hat; Cartoon Meal VIENNA SAUSAGE, Llbbtfs 3 cans ., 25cPOTTED
Leghorns 8c, Rhode Island Reds of Mr. and Mrs, H. L. WEDNESDAY THURSDAY or __ .. We LARGE
lie. See w, M., Edwards. tf. ner guests MEAT, 3 cans ,,..____,_ ____?+
i WANTED-Stare and beading Norman: and Mrs. F. M. Norman were SPENCER TRACY. BETTE 19c SARDINES, 3 cans _________________._ ,-- We Weinerslb.9cFLOUR

blocks, $3.00 per cord, cash at visitors' to Lawtey Sunday. -DAVIS 10 I&s.& .. : TUNA FISH FLAKES, 2 cans ?___ ,.____ 25c ,
and daughter
Starke Stave MilL Also some Mr. R. M.: Alvarez
A Master ..
And Melody
Ralford -'- -
whole, used brick, cleaned for Mary, were visiting la I I __'__ = '='" = -- ---- ------ '- : : ..
sale at $10.00 per thousand tf. Tuesday afternoon. -- -

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V ........ ...-.. TALKS ON TREES -- T, -A-! .... "How You Gonna Keep' -- '
I! h 'r. 1 HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES on the Farm?" w"/

By E. Porter Felt, I -

[Weekly trc.m-e;; Demonstra- j Bartlett Tree Research Laborator-I i r4LIVE NEWSNews Lakeland Polk COUnt'

FARMERS SECTION I tlon Specialist, Tallahassee fee Stamford STATE paign to raise money foi lln-. .

tlrement of
I Southern Colleg, ,1
Large trees are usually old trees.A ,

k' Conducted by Demonstration Agents = frequent question Is: How old Is of Florida in Short Paragraphs took a big Jump when a r. '? '
AIDS TO GOOD NUTRITION I I a tree? Many associate decrepitude I II citizen whose name was w tn (J
I made cash
: with age and think' tree In poor I I contribution I'' 'I I
Many people think of nutrition ,: condition is dying from old age. _.____ _,,__ ... u __ 000. The gift, the largos made
'III 'Q.I .... only as It is related to foods, but This is not necessarily so. wwf4Mr6r w.r _- -4-- -. / -.Yis since the drive began a wcov ago

I there are several other factors of old trees Is brings the total amount ram, ,'
j| A unique study n,
':BEST UTILIZATION FARM DEBTS !SIIOl'LDBK : in Miami Beach Orders to police against a Seminole Indian chargedwith $50,000 and leaves $29,000 ".
i which are extremely important found in "Penn's Woods" published
OF FLORIDSOIL'i CONTRACTED ONLY I to arrest persons who appeared on selling liquor to white men. raised throughout the \DB

IS BEING STUDIED WITH UTMOST CAUTIONBy the development and maintenance by the Christopher Sower Com- I the beach here in scant attire were Cary Osceola a Seminole connected Lakeland's! workers only
of health. Pro Edward are
good( I|I pany. The author, mt to
renewed last and within two
week with Indian
an village here was
The observant home-maker can ,i E. Wildman, gives accounts, with $19,000 of the $29,000,
'. j i I hours 12 persons were booked at arrested by federal officers, and
Fla The soils of ( Spuds Johnson) often secure improved health for : much historical Information, la relation -
Florida, county by county are being i' headquarters on charges of indecent held under $500: bond on a charge
r, her family, if she will make what'adjustments : to nearly 550 trees which Winter Haven-Control of
:. i classified and evaluated in an It seems that if there is for the exposure. j j[of selling liquor orac
she can toward providing were presumably growing 250( tlcally 85 per cent of all the
,.t ''riI;effort to assist growers to know Individual farmer one lesson of the conditions which will make I'I years ago in the time of William: fruit remaining to be shipped grape

d r the best types of soils to select depression which should stand out these factors possible for everymember" : Penn. Th large number of records -' Tallahassee -Secretary of State Fort Lauderdale Dwight L. Florida, has teen thrown ini.,.from
;for each crop und to help landowners above all others, It Is thisstayout I R. A. Gray, in his biennial report Ana
of the family.All evidence the not generally appreciated Rogers, Broward county representative large unit to be marketed
< to make the best utilization of debt, almost as you would suggests that the legislature reduce under
these factors concerned< with longevity of our common I in the state legislature has the direction of a special

of each tract of land. The Shun the plague.In nutrition may be briefly given as: trees. The oaks and hemlocks' the present state tax of $10 announced his withdrawal from fruit committee authorized ;>grape>, I in, being done by Dr. O. C. the not-so-distant past debts An adequate amount of appro listed below may easily have attained on commissions. He specifically the race for speakershlp of the Industry. The move is an the
Bryan professor of soils in the were easy to contract. Money mentioned the tax for emerg.
notary pUb-,
priate food an age of over 500 years. house. A prominent contender for ency effort to return grapefruit
,. j, University of Florida College of could be borrowed by mortgagingthe lic and officials with a limited income to
Plenty of water to drink. I The following are Prof. Wild- the chair, Rogers withdrew "in the a more profitable level than
farm. Automobiles and baa
Agriculture, in cooperation vlth prac- Freedom from constipation, man's records of the largest trees, I Interest of harmony and in order existed during the past

yip Herman Gunter, state geologist tically everything else-except the Absence of physical defects, |as Indicated by their circumference I that the 1933 session of the leg- months. The action was tht rhre
;and other state things we probably needed most of re-
'!', agencies. Sanitary housing: conditions including | at breast height, in Pennysl- Miami Led by the Miami Joc- islature may begin its organization dull of a state-wide meeting
allcould be bought on the "uneuy" Of
This work Is similar to that
key Club which turned In $311-
ventilation with "
.' good sun- vania and adjacent states; black and without any discord. shippers and growers called for
being done In other states, as a payment plan. Too manyof shine in at least one room for at''walnut 17 feet; shellbark hickory 134.88, ten race tracks In Florida I purpose of taking a definite the
+ result of appointment last of us took advantage of the opportunity in taxes dur- <: ana
year paid $76 ,139.80 state
least a part of the day, 8 feet, 5 Inches; pignut hickory 14 Tallahassee The State Shell concerted action on the
a national land use commlttea, and when, the day of reckoning I ing the winter season which ended grans.
Long hours of sleep feet, 9 Inches; beech lt feet; white Fish Commission in Its biennial report fruit situation.
which ia the value came, we were caught
studying crop the state
Saturday, racing com-
conditions such
Sleeping than oak 24 feet 5 inches basket oak
; -
; short. Debts debts debts have I stated that more than 237,382
of the various types of soils in the mission announced here.
; R not more than two occupy one bed, white oak |
I 8 inches
19 feet ;
', country. An eTort ia being made drug us Into the slough of despond swamp fish were caught in Florida watersin i Belle Glade Rapid and inexpensive -
fresh air and
in the
13 feet, 3 inches red oak 18 feet,
;to determine the best utilization In many cases have taken our very ; Tallahassee Journalism students the past two years, in additionto growth of forage crops in
balanced with -
sunshine properly /8 inches; pin oak 14 feet, 3 inches; 120,308 barrels of oysters and the Everglades
homes from turn
y .;which can be made of each acre away us. and at Florida State College for may waste
{ nf land in the United States. There are two classes of debts- rest Freedom from constant emotional I black oak 17 feet 6 inches; Span- Women invaded the plant of they i| 18,000 barrels of clams. 7,458,000 land grasses Into cash and make
ish oak 14 8 inches willow
"Of all the factors Involved in a productive and non-productive. In feet ; Tallahassee Democrat sponges were marketed for approxImately up the deficit of cattle sheep and
and Daily replaced -
upsets as nagging
Future It would stand in oak 13 feet 4 Inches; Americanelm $2,000,000 hops that exists in the
,sound and lasting agriculture the us the regular staff, and editeda southeast
P ,soil is one of the most Important stead to remember this well. Bor- scolding.Ann Sikes. 18 feet 6 inches; English elm sixteen issue for the Sun -------, Dr. G. A. Gamble, milk technol
Mae page
and far-reaching," says Dr. Bryan rowing money for productive pur- 14 feet, 6 inches; hackberry 11 feet, day edition of April 2. Jacksonville A record venireof ogist of the United States department .

.'It' is our ultimate source of wealth poses-where we feel reasonablysure 7 inches; tulip or yellow poplar 17 125 names was called in federal of agrlctulture, after a visit

;. I and of life itself. To Ignore the Inherent that we 'can use the money WReF Horn Period feet; sassafras 15 feet, 6 Inches; Tampa Elimination of the so- court Monday for the opening of to the Everglades Experiment Sta
thus borrowed to Radio talks to Florida home- sweet gum 14 feet, 7 inches; wild tion, where several tests
capacities of the soil is not produce more called "frills" of education in Hills- trial of Mrs. Leah Frazier 41- have been
only expensive business for the individual money for us -Is not so bad. Even makers are scheduled for 9:45: a. black cherry 21 feet, 8 Inches; borough county-home economics : year-old wife of W. R. Frazier, completed speaks favorably of the

M farmer, but for the State that should be practiced with -; rn., EST, each morning next week,choke cherry 16 feet 2 Inches; physical education, art, music and former southeastern district nar- possibilities of the Florida lowlands

N :and the Nation as well. Soil utilization Lion, however.: But borrowing over Station WRUF. They will be buttonwood 25 feet, 4 inches; manual tralniner was virtually decided I cotic chief, for the slaying of Miss becoming a cattle center.

affects not only the farmer, money for the purchase I I given by workers with the State American holly 7, feet 10 inches; on by the county- school board- Manona Murrell his- 26-year-old

.but but other industries .and all thing which will not bring us more'I Home Demonstration Department f sugar maple 11 feet 8 Inches; flowering at its meeting last week. secretary. Defense attorneys Indicated Madison--Charlie Moore, of this

;, people. money is certainly a good thingto Florida Experiment Station, and dogwood 5 feet, 4 Inches at i they would plead tempo- city had an experience recently he

fi1P? 'Since the soil is a natural body, avoid. As a usual thing, credit others according to the following I'I two feet above the ground; black Miami Harry Sid mol'', inter- rary insanity for Mrs. Frazier. Her will never forget. While some work
there are a wide of costs us much more than 8 schedule: gum 12 feet; ,sourwood or sorrel : husband
variety types percenta national Jewel thief sentencedto has said he would stand was being done on his teeth
was adentist's
'with varying capacities to grow year to obtain. Sat., April 8-What a Child tree 7 feet, 2 inches; white ash 19 40( in the, state by her in the triaL nerve extractor, little steel

economic plants and some should Another trouble with debts Is Should Know About Its Chosen Vo feet 9 Inches; white pine 17 feet; years peniten-
I wire about a half
P tiary when he or three-quarters
I pleaded guilty to
cation-Dr. E. W. Garris. balsam fir 9 feet 8 Inches hemlock
ever be planted to cultivated that most of them contracted
4 Miami of an inch
Sheriff long,
breaking and and Dan slipped and
entering grand Hardee went
3 Man's attempt to during times when Is Mon. April 10 Clothing and 112 feet 5 Inches (the stump of a
crops. changethe cheap
who down his throat.
larceny in the theft of $225,000: ( office last January physician was
recently tree showed 560
Style Suggestions Miss Lucy an-
natural and
capacities of the soil commodities are high. Our
told the called to be that .
worth of Miami sure the instrument
Jewelry from wealthy visItors ) Rotary Club he
w ia rather expensive. It Is entirely farm products are> selling well. Belle Settle., nual rings); white cedar 8 feet 1 had
to Miami Beach. "had personally turned down not lodged in the throat
probable that many of our present Then when we go to pay up money Tues., April Opportunities: of' inch; red cedar 9 feet, 10 inches. '$240,000( ot.graft within the past and Mr. Moore bided his time, taking

national; problems are due to un- has become more valuable, our Increasing the Family Income There are hundreds of similar
90 no medicine and
Hollywood The Riverside Military days. He said his son, Dr. eating a plentyof
wise soil policies in which land products have become less valu- Through Home Products -. Miss trees many of historical Interest, I sweet
Academy moved Mon- Dan Hardie Jr., had been offered potatoes. Last Thursday
unsulted E. Keown. In other sections of the corps
to cultivation has been able. When we make a debt that Mary country, '
he had
cleared and then erosion has laid requires 100 bushels of corn to Wed., April 12-Weekly Low- not a few highly valued because of day from Winter quarters here to and refused $17,000 in 17 days. He an X-ray examination
made at the .
the home at did not name the hospital in Thomasville
plant Gainesville, Ga. persona who bad
it waste. and then Cost Market Basket Miss Anna historical or other associations.
i some years The offered the when It was seen that the instrument .
school He
I has been located here money. has wageda
;< "The time has come for a more have to sell 1,000( bushels of corn Mae Sikes. There are, for example, the button- had almost
L :Judicious choice Thurs. April 13 -Home Uses of wood at Sunderland, Mass., 21 feet for three months. This was the campaign against gambling and completed its
of soils for different to repay it, I it is much more difricuit I' tour' of the
digestive tract
second winter others he described and
spent here. as "the crim-
; Dade County Tropical Products 2 inches and the Hitchcock elm at
crops making possible maximum rot us to meet our obliga inal with a little assistance he
I crop production at minimum tions. Miss Pansy Norton. I Deerfleld, Mass., 20 feet 3 Inches ------- I element"since he took office. freed of his was
:coat A wise land and soil utilization Credit where needed and used Fri., April 14-Factors In the both noticed in Simmon's "Historic Leesburg About 100 chickens S--guest.

policy will conserve our great- wisely is most necessary. But we Spoilage of Sweet Corn-Dr. O. D. Trees of Massachusetts." were cremated when their brooder I r Palm Beach-One of the last big Four ancient Indian towns built
crt y eat natural endowment, aa well as should not soon forget the credit Abbott. Can such records be matched went up In flames at the events of the Palm Beach winter I above each other have been excavated -
hasten relief from present eco- lessons handed to us by the depres- your locality? Are young trees of E. Mershon place north of the season the costume barfa dance in Arizona.A .

z [Bomic. stresses." sion. GLADIOLUS TIIKIPS BEST today likely to attain a 250 year city limits Wednesday morning of the Everglades club.' featured I

STOPPED BY SPRAYING life span? about 7.00: o'clock. The fire destroyed goats, pigs chickens and geese as I seventh century monastery

\'FLORIDIANS TO ATTEND Among the Puritans with whomI WITH NICOTINE SULFATE ---S- -- also a building used. as a the background last week. Prizes built over a cemetery In Palestine

'I... ,, CATTLE FEEDERS' DAY was reared there was no com- CROP LOAN APPLICATION I storehouse for tools. were awarded for the best costumes I was uncovered in 1931.

't.| ------- plaint about farming. It waa our Gainesville, Fla. The gladiolus FORM STILL AVAILABLE the guests wearing overalls I _

I Gainesville, Fla. A number of life and responsibility an occupation thrips has been quite active since Sanford Seminole county and gingham dresses In the grand I Early house burned

and about the middle of March and growers who suffered losses of crop march as the orchestra played ;300 to 400( tons of
+ j Florida, cattlemen are planning to business too good to find Field Inspector J. C. Pokes of coal annually.
Is doing considerable to property during the fruit fly
[attend the third annual Cattle fault with. We had enough to eat, damage the Crop Production Loan Office
gladioli In certain parts of Flor- eradication campaign and who
E'Feeders' Day at Moultrie, Ga., on enough to wear and we all went to emphasizes that farmers who still
ida, J. R. Watson, entomologist failed to file a claim for reimbursement -
E.Wednesday, April 12. W. J. Sheely, school. Since then have come great says at the Florida Experiment wish to apply for loans may get are being urged to call Wake Up Your Liver Bile

I agent in animal husbandry with movements and In spite, of application blanks from him, as
Station. He suggests that controlof at the office of H. M. Papworth in
t the Florida Agricultural Extension them we have not yet arrived at well as help In making the appli-

{ I ,Service, will be one of the speakera our goal. Perhaps, my friends, we this insect, although difficult, cation. Those forms, as well as Sanford for the purpose of pre-
be paring such a claim. -Without CalomelAnd
accomplished by repeated
on the program discussing i have mistaken our goal.-L. H. assistance can also be secured
spraying with nicotine sulfate. The
I credit. Bailey. County Agent L. T. Dyer or F. A.
glads should be sprayed at threeto Fort Pierce Tired of having
f' The Georgia Experiment Station Scott whose office Is located in the Bed btU U not flowing trot, toot
five day intervals for a month their nets cut to pieces tpproxl- YouTl Jump Out of roar
(ing experimental results on exhibit The friendly cow all red and white, court house at Starke. .
domn't .
dtp t It )nH d la the bowtk.CM
with mately 30 local commercial fishermen oy
blackleaf 40 1 -
f !,+ I will have a number of cattle feed- I love with all my heart: parts of water. A, spreader part to such 790: The law forbids any charge be- staged a mass attack on I in the Morning Rarin to Go W..bl1Op row ......... You hen a

I experimental results on ,display She gives me cream with all her ing made for help in the prepara- thick tad lute ud yes bMth b foul ikla
sharks in north of the
calcium casemate an area Just
i q I and visitors will be shown through might as penetrol, or tion of the loan applications, but local channel entrance I It you feel war and sunk and the sutra bnaka out .la blanUu Tour W4

,, 2 I the packing plant of Swift and Co., To eat with apple tart. soap should be added. such fees as that of a notary, for and suc- .I world looks punk,don't swallow a lot: ..oi.and ran. IM Son mat eat You whole
The fact that the insect did not ceeded in slaying 150 or more of
2 [ It has been announced. -Stevenson. recording, etc., are allowed.A .f salt,, mineral water ofl, laxative "Twtera b pataonad.IttakMthaMcoodaUCABTEBVUTTIJi.
become seriously troublesome until the fish, many of which were more and
: loan may not be approved for candy or chewing gum expect: "

4 i Lv t Spray watermelon vines with 4- Laughing at a child's fault one about the middle of March this the amount applied for, and if It than 10 feet in length. They were them to make you suddenly sweet: LIVES POLS tog*than two poadi of t>0.
day and punishing the child for year leads Mr. Watson to believe caught with hook and line. and buoyant!: and full of tunshina.For *
[5-60 bordeaux mixture to prevent is reduced the proper reductionwill da.letM.tls.d...._tal"np,and op.

I anthracnose, the worst disease of the same fault the next day Is not that growers who are producing be made of the forma filled they can't do It.: They only TUr coatala vontefo. Iranian. f ntlnotabl .

the melon in Florida. good for the child. bulbs only can plant early enoughIn out at the time the application is Flagler Beach The last of a more the bowel and a mere movement *.itnu: the fall to have> their bulbs out shipment of 44,000( palm buds left
!: doesn't tieat: the cause. The
I'. made. In the event that the loan is uUnc tk*bH flow fimlr.!
IS' The scrjub-plant or animal-ua- of danger in the spring by the time not approved, the note and mort- Flagler Beach during the week-end, reason for:your down-and-out: feeling Bat_' uk for. U_pOb.AA lot Cutarlt
The time which elapses betweenthe the thrips begin to work, in shipped by R. W. and F. W. Raul- .la fiver. It should out two
except :
ally means failure. Don't risk ItS will be returned to the applicant your pour tlttU Unr Pffl.Lot for the urn Cart 'epounds
[ utterance of a sound and its -- springs which follow extremelywarm gage the and voucher erson of Flagler Beach to Dr. Jas. of liquid bile Into your bowel Uttte Ihwl'lllll as .h. nd UM.abrttat .E.we a

t I return must be more than one- A smokestack 083 feet tall at winters. Growers who ex- application F. Door, of Atlantic Beach from dally.: *SScatcOitam OUU.C.U.C
retained the
twelfth of a second to form an Anaconda, Mont., baa an inside diameter pect to sell gladioli blooms and Loan Crop which point hey are distributed to

I echo. I at the top of over 60( feet thus need a succession of flowers' various parts of the United States s
The loans this not
v probably will have to spray each' year are and Canada to be used for Palm
limited to $300( but the regula-

And the Worst is Yet to Come- year he says.ADDITIONAL. tions required that borrowers reduce Sunday. -

-. SCHOOL NEWS acreage of their cash crops I Stuart Condemnation -
-- =-'-- 30 per cent under that grown in proceedings STRAWBERRY PICKERS'TICKETS
==-= (Continued from page 3)). i for right-of-way and spoil
.. 1932 except who farm
-. growers areas for the Intracoastal Water-
0 -
:: ;;: -= limited The a
I :: very acreages. regu-
NEWS way through Martin county have
lations provide a fine of up to $1- been filed by the Unied States
1 -=- 000 and imprisonment up to six
--, Miss Ray's first grade Is jubi- ernment. Seventy-five defendants
months for material false
1 ,= lant because eighteen of them are represen- named in the suit have been order-
tations made to get a loan.
on the March honor roll having ed to appear before'JUdge Hal-
As in the the
made averages from 90 per cent past borrower stead L. Ritter in the United

-..... up to 98 per cent. See their names must give a first lien on his crop. States District Court at Miami
Loans bear interest'at 5 1-2
h In the paper next week. All of the per May 1.Tallahassee.
cent and are due on or before October -
35 pupils now attending are sttv/- -
--== 31, 1933. No loan in excess $2.00 Per Thousand25c
Ing hard to get high dally gradesIn of $100( will be made to Gov. Dave Sholta
i any applicant -
-..., I citizenship, health, reading. I who Is in by executive order has suspended
=s:. spelling numbers- writing and- arrears on as John W. Williams. assistant_.._ state I
---- -----
: as two previous loans made
.. drawing. Soon they will take up many auditor for "incompetency and
by the of .
--- a few lessons In toy furniture con- Secretary Agriculture.The neglect of duty." Williams a resi-
regula Ions make it unlawful
-- --- struction. dent of
-- =- ---: Chipley held a commis-
for to of Each Additional
any person dispose or
sion from former Gov. Doyle E. Chancet!
--- -----=---- WORD PLAY assist in disposing of any crops Carlton. which expired December

=-- given as security for any crop
-.. "..- -= 4 a 1936. No announcement was
1. Elizabeth: You know March loan except for the account of the made regarding the appointmentof
: /-1: Secretary of Agriculture and
___= 17 Is St. Patrick's Day. Do you pro- a successor. e
--/f/ 'I see the shamrocks in Mrs. Ritch's vide for fine and imprisonment for -

Room violation of the regulation. Each
Marianna "The Yellow Jack- Y
Irene: No. Where are they borrower must agree to plant a et" a student publication of the AttheTEEEGAPH .

,,:/4lt / Elizabeth: You see that crepe garden for his home use and to Florida Industrial School for Boys, '
plant sufficient to furnish
paper representing a stone wall acreage 'located here has been awarded
behind the sand-table. Well feed for his livestock.
they first place among technical vocational -
look like rocks, but they are not, S-- and trade school publicationsof

so they are shamrocks. During Elizabeth's rule appren- the,United States It waa learned .

2. 1'000Vhat: makes our school tices were obliged to wear blue here. More than 750: student OFFICE

run so smoothly, I wonder cloaks and gowns. newspapers were entered in the

Mac: O, I know. It'a greased contest sponsored by Columbia

with turmoil. Excavations in Arizona reveal University "The Jellow Jacket"

3. Miss Hazel: I just love that mammoth bones hacked by atone placed second last year. ...... -r-. .
song, "When It's Springtide In the knives, proving man's *existence "

Rockies." 20,000 years ago. Miami There is a specific law Phone 29

y Mlsa Olive: Yea, it Is pretty; but prohibiting white men selling liq

somehow it reminds me of the An aerophore Is a device which uor-"fire water"-to Indians, and j i J

Starke version "When It'. Rocky furnishes pure air In the midst of I now federal prohibition agents"Vf In the Springtime." smoke and water.yjT' .
;41r r have Invoked the whit man's law .


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enough power after He had died !I who have professed it, until o- I "Recreational Engineer" is the SCHEDULE CHANGED .it, t,.

to put His heel on the neck of day it H a power all through the tie of a U. S. official working U-1 I'f.j r

death and He has enough power I cJetteB earth. The nations of Europe as! der the forest service. The ,, 'I' !'
to following changes in achedL L I t t.
save the world.
well as great portions of Asia, are I I

.-.. I denominated or recognized as There nine inches of ules are annouueea by the 3. A. to. '. r
are square
TUB: LOST SENSE OF SIN Christian nations." The gospel Is heating surface to each square footor Ry. Co.. effective Dec. 15: ,\

-jjjyW0ril is i lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path.-Ptaim 119:105.: I spreading all through today the with Orient.mighty Grea power grate surface. I 1, due SouthboundNo. Starke 11:17: p. m. :I'f I ': I\

For what the law could not dO,1 i "TO TilE MOLES AND TO THEBATS" S local. 1 \ '
numbers of :
All Christiana are found
religious teaching doctrine .t
jinufJi'utm'' creed, it they are to have, any claim or intha t it was weak through the In China, Japan, Slam and the It is estimated that SOO ranchersIn !i No. 11, due Starke 9:35: a. m. .1. "

love, loyalty and devotion of the people must be in harmony with lean, God sending His own Son in islands of the sea. the United States are raising local. pt ? '

teac.ifll the of Jesus the Christ whose words fit Into every fold and crevice the likeness of sinful flesh.-Rom- Editor Telegraph i The various nations are pervadedwith ;: silver foxes. No. 107. due Starke 10:27: a. m. 'I :'J

e of whom it said in John Dear Sir: __ limited. u.
heart WM 7:16,"NEVER MAN ans 8:3.: h :( .
f the human I IptKE Christianity. And It is literally ,

I4KE TIltS MAN. Thin. is one of the master statements The conditions of this time are true that In this time "many OVIR WORk No. 101, due Starke 10:55 p. m. .f) L

.rtmeflt for new* of church activities, organization* and announce* master mind of the New Testa that are very pronounced and out- to the mountain of- Jehovah, to Northbound t II
". freely given and no charge made-the only requirement "" No. 2 due Starke :5.:OS a. m. locaL \ I
Space ment. It Is from the pen of Paul, standing. There Is one class who the house of the God of Jacob. \

""if that such cannot Items be reach handled this for oHlce current before Issun.f" Wednesday. morning the theologian of New Testament are filled with perplexity but haveno But do not fall to observe that No. 12, due Starke 3:17: p. m. 4 ? t"

"*".iait. they r -* Christianity of today is a lost sense hope. There Is another class while> these people are claiminginto I local. ,

-I III LAWTEY CHURCH l ltttl/A\j"'vY' of sin. Possibly it Is a swing of the who while perplexed and more or plowshares and their spears No. 108, due Starke 5:43: p. no. i

I less nevertheless that they will beat "their swords local.
pendulum from, the sensitiveness distressed are I

SDND4T SlIDOOL I I Ip First Baptist Church toward sin which characterized the turning to the Bible as never before Into pruninghooks," neverthelessthese i SUuke and Wannee Branch-No. u I

p: LESSON I II ii to the same people are "filled with 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. m., No. .
I Hev. L. F. Chapln pastor. Pilgrim Fathers. They, at times They arc looking

I --'ii Preaching services first and were all too morose about their I word of God as their great source customs from the east and are i 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. I

--- soothsayers like the Philistines." T. J. Griffin Agent. ) 1 1CloRlnR'
sins. It drove them into monasteries of hope.
third Sundays 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. 1
JOB SUNDAY, APRIL 2, 1933 m. and caves, and separatedthem This first class who are perplex. Their land Is full of silver and they< of llo.llAAouth i

Sunday school 10 a. m., H. B. Ar- all too much from humanity. ed and without hope are splitting are trusting In their treasures.
Train No. II 9:00
Christians can never hope to save I I They even Indulge In Idolitry and parcel post : :
The effects of alcoholic wood, supt. themselves up Into all sorts of factions I I
subject humanity by withdrawal. Jesus told especially do "they worship the a. m. I
and each other not
Prayer Service 7:30: p. m. Wed fighting .
Train No. 107 delivery
drinks I letters special .
his disciples to Into all the work of their own hands. And
go seeming to know just why they are !
the last It bit- nesday. I .
and 10:00la.m.
Golden Text: world and give the gospel to all because of all this turning to inIquity -: special handling : .
serpent, ana stlngetnZan B. Y P. U 6:30 p. m. Sunday. fighting, but they are in a constant!! .
a everywhere.But to while professing the name
men turmoil. But those who turn : :

idder Prov. 23:32.: all the Bible find In the word of God of Christ, the Lord says, "There I North
the has
23:29-32 Grace M. E. Church swung '
Text: Proverbs : ; fore forgive them not," And Tialn No. \i, parcel post and
Lesson too far today in tne pposlte direc a source;: of comfort that thrills the they ITP TO In wort
Isaiah 2S 1-4, Daniel 5:1-4.: Rev. W. B. Christy pastor. are to be In terror of Jehovah of your ears letters 2:50 p. m. .
tion., Today's greatest defect and soul. Perplexities may not bo every nerve at high tension. I
Proverbs by Solomon about Preaching 2nd and 4th Sundaysat their looks and their Train No. 108, Letters, special
Tim weakness as far as Christianity turned aside, but when hope fills lofty haughti No wonder you snap at the wife
725 B. C. I
r Isaiah about 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. delivery and special handling 5:10p : 'j
980 B about 540 B. Is concerned, Is a lost sense of sin. I the soul these perplexities lose ness.How I and barb at the children. i.'
Belahazzar's feast Prayer service Wednesday 7:30p. : m.
and clearly thus does the text Watch out! Overworked ;
Jesus Christ their to and distress.
was never more popular power annoy
m. i' stand lead to Night mails close at 6:00: p. m.- t
out In striking outline to nerves may Sleepless
c find it
the Bible I
than now. He was never more Turning to we
Sunday school 10'a.. m., Mrs. 'I show that I ness. Nervous Headache, N rroua Train No. 1 South, 11:17: p. m.J
us while
there Is
and host of i train No.
IndljtoBtion 2 5 OS
to Mary Moore supt. a North : a. m. ,:
It Is well profession of In these
Ont vrlter says League, 6:30: p. m. Sunday. the central figure at every religious : standing chapter dealing with this "Christianity other unpleasant disturbance. I Starke and Bell Branch---Train

get down to an old-fashioned ternMranct round-table. Ills character was : situation we quote as follows. "latter days, yet the haughtinessand Why don't you try Dr. Mlleaf No. 101 mall closes 7:00: a, m.. No.

lesson dealing with the never more respected. His word is Please read it carefully. the sinfulness of men, their \ Effervescent Nervine Tablets f I 102 arrives!! 2:40
Fraternal : m.
fundamental evils of strong drink, the final authority in spiritual mat I "The world that Isaiah the son of love of gold and silver, are keep Just one in a half gloss of I p. 3

the effects of alcohol on the body, Lawtey Lodge No. 189 F. & A. ters. This is not vnly; true in whnt I Amoz saw concerning Judah and ing them from the real expel'lencp water makes a plnaaant, park> I I ] ,I'.luo effective Hun HI Jun.'liciliili'KDally 1 1032. ; l 4

on the mind and soul, and on so. M., meets at city hall building 1st true the wide world over. It Is trueIn Jersalem. And It shall come to passin of the beautiful character of the\ ling drink delightfully soothing I Northbound 5:03 a. m, 1:50::

is the more necessary and 3rd Tuesdays at 7:30: p. m. meek and lowly Jesus, whom they to over-taxed nerves. p. ,
clety| This India and China and Japan. It the latter days that the mountain -
Miles' Nervine la 4:59\ 8:10
Dr. now I n.u : p. m, : p. m. ,
of the disappearance of T. T. Blackburn, W. M. of Jehovah's house shall be established are professing to love and honor-
becaUse Is conceded by followers of Buddha made in two forms-IJquld and Southbound9:34: a m, 12:34: p.
for more than a decade O. J. Phillips, Secy. in the top of the moun- What a graphic picture this chap. Tablet. Both haw
the saloon and Confucius and Zoroaster.In I Effervescent I m, 4:31: p. m, 12l\O: \ ) a. m.

ban caused many persons to forgetthe solte of all this' there Is a I tains. Note-In prophecy, the word ter presents of this time! the same soothing effect. I Tickets and Information atSmith's f

harm It did in the bad old days, TIIERESSA BAPTIST CHURCH 'mountains' denotes governments Then In the closing words of the '1.00 at your drag tar*
Service Station next to
lost sense of sin. Men do not I ,
made them easy converts and shall be exalted above the text we learn that this "loftinessof
md has Services will be held Saturday I seem to feel as He felt about sin. t courthouse. b _
arguments of the man shall be bowed down" as
spurious hills and all nations shall flow
the ;
Proverbs before the third Sunday of each He hated It. It broke His heart. "men shall Into the of uli
These verses from unto It. And people shall go caves -
wets many I
I He waded into the most cruel tortures -
of the physical month. the rocks and Into the holes of the
constitute a picture account of it. He died to come and say Come ye, and let us 'IoO'I'U'I.1<] wp F.1.1c"rIC1y ,: ""
Injuries and ruin wrought by D. L. Phillips. Pastor. on go up to mountain of Jehovah, to : earth, from the terror of Jehovah I \ I the power v....e.1 I In thorn hy,
break its fetters. But today we do and from the of His I the law nf the Main or Plnrlila. the
drunkenness. not seem to feel as He felt aboutIt. the house of the Gob of Jacob; and glory majesty, I llonnl of Pntilln Inst. ruiro Inn of llrirt- ; _
'Who hath woe? who hath sor- He will teach us Ills ways and we when He arlseth to shake mightilythe fri "'..unty "",'eby rallH an vlacllon I III I,
Do you keep a diary? When did ) be hrlil. at llnioknr Florida, for
earth. I
And then the
hath contentions will walk In His paths: for out of great >OTICHIN K
row bath? babbling who ? who hath wounds BOB JOHcbOMMENTS: you write In that diary a sentence Zion shall go forth the law, and climax is reached when they realize T11M NAMU 01, Tim HTATI3 OFKLOlllltAt I I the teeN putpna a:n.i; l ilotermlnlnir.uf lintlnir\I I I he Ihr.amount* tru ;1

rednessof like this: "My sin Is ever beforeme how valueless Is their silver and I i.f inllliiirn, to ho Hx i>iiMml. airalnnkllrnnlor
who hath from Jerusa- film. In
word of Jehovah affidavit
? the
without cause ?" How often do fall downon It appnarlnir by I { Hprjal "Hi houl Tux 1(lull _
They that tarry long at you lem. And He will Judge between : gold and it is cast in the language that ivrtaln cale now pnndlnic In I ,'U't No. IH for the eimulnir two I
eyes your face and pray: "God be of the of these I he Circuit ("PourtAXlrildford. County, year.. "aiel) .I"clln" to ha held on
the wine: they that go to seek the nations and will decide concerning heading paragraphs Flnrldn, In ChanTery, wherein William -I I
I the Slltli of the
? How day April.
mixed wine." merciful to me a sinner many peoples; and they "to the moles and the bats," while \ H Fordham I I.. complainant, I iniriman :of: holillnic: t ::3ictroo: : the I fflM

ON often do men today seek out a these professing Christians In ter. and Mary J. Kordham. I In defendant, I folloivln" *; ai"I'. appiilntl:
A writer refers to the phrase ister and ask: "What must I mln-I I shall beat their swords Into plow- : und I th. rpllff prayed for la ... ,dl-\ Iflan l Watr. W. 11. llarrtll and I

"redness of eyes" and says; the HERE AND shares and their spears into prunIng ror enter Into the caverns and yore, and It appearing" that the J H. Kelly. !
translated "dulness" be saved? On the other clefts of the rocks to h de them. an Id defendant. I tll over the age of I W. MANNlNfl. Clinlrman. _
be hooks nation shall not lift
word may C we are disposed even to go so far : up twenty-one vi-nra and In n mmppHldtnt I A. .1. illUKtriH" Hucretary j lq ur
selves I
referring to the obscured vision I sword against nation, neither shall he glory of the divine of (he I Florida defend- a-3l-4t-4-Sl.\ ___ _
I us to say it Is an error of mortal Majesty. Thoughtful and ant'H aditremt :: -rrt: Chlldx. l i'nnuuyivanlut I 1t
of drinking men. survey 1
bleared sight,
the to read Pilgrims they learn war any more. I that there la no perunn rpvrNona
God promises! supply our mind. We do not as of
But also it may refer to the drunk. "O house of Jacob come ye, and study this chapter should lead I In Ilin Htnta of Flm Ida. Hiem'rvlre
needs, not our wants. God couldn'tgive did the penitential Psalms the soul to of whom woult '
seek \oo'I'U'I'l
and inflame after and secure proeeHa upon I
bloodshot Jehovah.For .
arts walk in the of
eyes some people all they want. and the supplications of the peni- let us light pemonnlly hind, maul defendant, Nullc'e of flint, meetlnir! of oreclltor '. f
a genuine Christian
face. No one can use alcohol long thou hast forsaken thy people, experience and It 'in thereto onlei-ed." that unMnonreHldent. : III the IHntrlct Court! of the
without of this most If He gave them the world they tents that were once regarded as not merely a nominal profession of: defendant Mary J.Knidham Untied, $tate, fur the Hnulliern/ Till. 1' 4
Impairment would ask for the moon. And then religious classics. Even the mes- the house of Jacob, because they ,: In I heruttv required\ to appear : I trl"t of Florida. In Hanknicuy. '.,
precious of the senses, the senseof -: are filled with customs from the Christianity, which Is of no availIn to the bill of complaint I fllix I In ii,. mutter of Wade Hampton
Am almost
they would ask for Mars. sage of the gospel has become the storm that nalri. before the flrnt Andruw Htarke Flnildn. In the .. h 4
sight. This sense enters into east and like the great is now In ratiNA on or I of ,
they would keep asking: until Go"wouldn't unmeaning in some pulpits.We are soothsayers the world. day of May. 1011 otherwlne. the ,ftlleirntlonH t County of llraUfoid, ltrlc't afore 1 1' _
iD\ processes of living and earning left to "the Is Philistines and they strike hands upon of Bald bill of rnmplnlnt.. aald bankrupt.,
Even one drink will render a motorist have anything are saying that thing with the children of foreigners. And Yours truly, will he taken aa ronfeMaed by ealil I Not Ire |IH hereby, given that on
give. not as bad as It seems. We can F J. Pattee. defendant and n derree pro conf HKO I 1IIn r'h ZD, 10.11: the ....1.1 debtor wa. I I II
an unsafe driver. He can- work out salvation, and their land is full of silver and gold, entered. HRiilnxt, her I duly ndjudired bankrupt, uml that
not "use straight" while the false our own neither is there end to their It la further ordered that this order I the flrnt meetlnir of nalil, creditor. .
The little word "my" changes we do not need to worry. We do any MKTIIODIST CHUKCII be .pnbllNhed on.'" each week t will be ) *, Hlarke, I
confidence inspired by the drug to have Saviour. Let us treasures; their land also is full of for four (fiNeriitlve. week. In the Florldn I .I on rI.1'r.'oJt: : : 8 o'clock
not need a
renders him doubly dangerous.Then everything. Somebody's mother Is I horsea neither is there end to Tlradford County Telejrraph, i> newspaper I p. in, at which time said. creditor 1uI
Solomon this advice dead. But my mother Is dead. save ourselves. We can do It." any : Palm Sunday Special music. pnlillehed. and of general. rlrrulHtlon I may attend, prove their. claim, ap-
gave I all too far. We need their chariots. Their land also Is In Iiradford. County, Florida -I piilnt a triiHtee. examine the bank ) )
This Is
baby is sick. But my going Palm sermon 11 a. m.
"Look not thou upon the wine Somebody's full of idols they worship works I rut, and trammel, ouch other lulI'l lneHM
when It is red when It giveth Its baby is sick. What a difference to get back to the basal facts about ; Missionary address by MIsa Ray. Thla. the Hint It Is a of their own hands that which A, J. TIIOMAH. I an.Id meet I n M*.
sin. Sin is reality.
a mond
colour In the cup, when It moveth the little word "my" makes. their own fingers have made. And at 8 p. m. Clerk of Circuit Court I Dated, Jacksonville, Florida. 1

Itself aright." And he this I tragedy. "All have sinned and Young People's meeting at 7:13: Pradford t'oiinty t Kin.. I March it, l0i3.I .
gave of God. the mean man Is bowed down and PARKS M CAHMICHAKI, I Hue that' your claim I iN properly J ;
of the
One of the saddest pictures in all! come short glory Sunday school 10 a. m. Let :
as his reason. "At the last it biteth the____ creat man la brought____ low: I us Hnllcltor fur Complainant.. executed 1 and. filed with, the. Iteferee Ill
like a serpent, and stiogeth like an the Bible Is in the Old Testament. I There is none -rood: no not one. All a---- --- -- Dn n Improve our attendance upon 4.7-at-aa.. otherwlae you will not participate In '
therefore them not. Enter
forgive .
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like sheep have astray. these services.
adder. A man was riding upon an ass. we gone
into the rock and hide thee In the !MOTIC'MIn MOnflAN F. JONES
Not only the sting of the serpent God wanted somebody to speakto This note runs through our Bible Come! Take part. Welcome to the Dlatrlct Court of the ITnlteil Referee In llankruptcy.NOTH j1
before the terror of .
from .
Revelation like Stat for the Hinithern IHatrlct II
that and lie couldn't find from Genesis to all who will come.
but the subtlety of the serpent Is man of Florida. In llankruptcy. '
Jehovah and from the glory of His 14Motlee ___ _
In wine. The reception lies in the a prophet a steward, or an elder. the key-note of an oratorio. Sin W P Jones, Pastor.ciiuucii In the matter of HI hi* U. Johna, I of pitllrallon", for Leave to
fact God was hard-pressed. So he ask- Is a terrible thing. It Is so terrible majesty. The lofty looks of man S of Ktarke., Florida.I In the County of I Hell 1111.....'* null. In omitf Jude. 2 .
that the habit of drinking will shall be brought low and the Hradfnrd Bankrupt.Nolle ('..Uri, llrmiroril Cunnlr, Florid" .
become confirmed before you know ed this ass if He wouldn't speak to that God gave His only begottenSon or GOD la hereby given that a I Notlcn I. hereby given to all whom iuIJ
that It Him and the dumb brute said, to die for sinners. haughtiness of men shall be bowed m..t. InK of the creditor. of aali I It may concern. that I, I.nrmle, MorKIIII. j I II
Is enslaving you. Every poor dowrf and Jehovah alone shall be bankrupt will ho helil.. In Court ua tluardlan of Carl Crew,
glass of liquor Increases the desirefor "If you can use a dumb animal Sin has many angles, and func- exalted in that "For there The Church of God at Saxton llonan Hlarke, Fla. on Apr, 7, 1031 nt I I Konnle Crewa, Orvat Mae (tlemmon ., I '

another Take heed of like I am, I will be very happy." tions in many directions. It means, day. wish to extend to our brothers and a o'clock p, m., to cntmlder an offer I ami Hyaline Mae Clemmnnii, minor, 'f J :
the shall be a day Jehovah of hosts of oompoaltlon made by paIl bank I will on the Ittth day of April, A. T>. .
the bate, for fear of the book. This is the day. of Baalam's ass. etymologlcally "missing all that Is proud and haughtyand sisters at large a hearty welcometo rapt to pay' 10 per cent upon all nnaecureil I !IU.11 apply to the flonoralile M. K. _
While Solomon In- I speak reverently. God is up mark." It was taken from the upon our Easter services. Also to our debtM, not entitled to prior I .'....rvll'.n. County Judge In and far e
of the
spoke all that is lifted and lly. In full natlafartlon of all auchd .
upon up; I Flradforit County, Florida, at hi. of
dividual drunkard; Isaiah described against it today. He Is having; a ancient custom of. archery. The it shall be brought low And friends, as In Matt. 10-16 we hear .bta and examine the bankrupt amtranaact i tic. In Htarke' at Two o'clock p. m,, _

1 the effect of national of in- hard time finding people to talk target was set; the archer drew the words of our blessed Saviour, inch other bualneaa. .... may I or a* coon I therafter a* the matt.r ( r VtI
use shall be bowed properly before aald .
of nome meetlnir
the loftiness man be heard
can for
toxlcanti. The tribe of Ephraimwas for Him. I know many a man who his bow and took aim; he let the down and the haughtiness of men I "Other sheep have I which are not Dated Jacknonvllle, Florida Mar. .I at public or private authority Hale the to entire cell : :

the strongest of the northern measured by the standards of modern arrow fly; but he missed the mark. of this fold. Them also I must bring 28. JU33. I I Interest aid eatate of aald minor In _
shall be brought low; and Jehovah MORGAN F. JONES ami to the
kingdom colleges would be consideredan By so much as he missed the markIt and they shall hear my voice, and Referee In Bankruptcy following dnecrllwd land.
and Samaria was the alone shall be exalted in that day. I In Iiradford County Florida to.wit: ,4 I i
capital city built on a hill and surrounded ass but God is using him. GodIs was called sin. The goal of they shall be one fold and one I The Houlh half of the Northeast 4 .

to have educated men and character is perfection but we And the idols shall utterly pass shepherd." Therefore we want tq I quarter of Section Twelve ((12)), J ''
by rich "Woe to glad 'lowrmhlp Haven ,
valleys, away. And men shall go into the SAVE JOHN RUSKIN I (7) South, Tlaiiir* j
the drunkards Ephraim whose scholars and influential people in have missed the mark. All have extend this hearty invitation to INln.tei. (19) J'aet..l.o 1.ot. Onus ii (
miss it than caves of the rocks and into the (I ) Two (21, Three ((8), Pour, ((4) .
glorious fading His service but God will take any mIssed it. Some more our brethren and sisters In Christ. Ri'L i -
beauty is a flower I Mix (8) ot
holes of the earth from the terrorof I Jllook SIght ((5), In
which are on the head of the fat body He can get. others do. but none are perfect. Sin Services as below: I Wit rd ('ity YlorlIIL. I
of the Jehovah and from the glory of Whlc appllcaTion will be .baaed.
--L-: means also transgression Sabbath school 10 on
valleys a. m.
them preach. g
that are overcome His when He arUeth to the petition now on file In the said :
majesty, Ask
With wine! Behold, the Lord hath a The churches have Influence. law. Wrong is a synonym of the ing 11 a. m., then dinner spread. your' dealer eou rt. _
mighty word "wrung"' It means twisted.A shake mlghtly the earth. In that Egg hunt for the children at 2 's Mated March lath, IOU
and strong one. which asa There is no evil In America which shall cast their Idols : for new Premium 1-ONNIH\ MOnOAN, t;
But day men
tempest of hall and a destroyIng could stand up against the organ- right line is a straight line. away p. m. Easter program by the Sun- 3176tM Guardian '
we have astray: we have done of silver and their idols of gold day school at 3:30 A.Catalog.. Morn
storm, as a flood of mighty Ized churches. Yes they have influence gone p. m. Preach r 'I 1

waters overflowing, shall cast but they lack power. Pow. wrong; we are out of line; we are which they have made for themto ing at 7:30: p. m. Lots of good Ilnvnnn loIiUfco :\()'lI'F: 0." APIM.irvnov row 4. :
to the moles and to TAX nlon: _
to do ,
failure worship
down twisted. Sin is also a
to the earth with the hand. er and influence are not the same singing. Come and bring your bas I NotIce I. hereby Klven, that Mra. I __ _
The "He that knoweth to do the bats; to go Into the caverns Is now Stella John '
crown of pride the drunkardsof things at all. The humblest Christian our duty. ket. i. holder of tax <'..rUt."al. .- l'A. _ _
and doeth it not to him it is of the rocks and into the clefts of No. HJg the tlth day of Atio-uat"
good Pastor R. F. KIrkland.I'flKBBYTERIAN
EPhralm, shall be trodded un. in America has more Influence used in JOHNRUSKIN.maklng JJ m, hue filed. aald certificate

The evil. We must practice doing good. terror of Jehovah and from the for tax deed. to laaue thereon. In accordance
? destruction of the nation of enough influence to stay out of with law. Raid certificate'
drinkers was carried out by the I jail but he had enough power after To fall to do that ia sin. But sin glory of His majesty, _when He it the greatest embrace the following ileacrlbed '

*'8yrtans offtheir reaches further still. It Is a lack of arlseth to shake mightily the 10 a. m. Sunday school property altuated In Bradford County -
whose invasion of Is.reel he got in jail to pray the doors ; Florida, to-wltt u '
Involved the wholesale burning hinges and he had enough faith. "Whatsoever is not of faith Is earth. Cease ye from man, whose 11 a. m. Morning worship, ser cigar value at 5c. Fllocka 7 and I In Hampton, belnir f. i _

of cities and villages the wanton to shake the foundation of in." To be critical to be skepical breath Is in His nostrils; for where mon by the pastor. ; Smoke the size In The"'''0. 80, Twp. 7 S.! of R. 23 PJ..*t. _
power : aaaeaament aald
property I
to be be sinful. in Is he to be accounted of? 7 m. Christian Endeavor.
destruction of trees and crops, the Roman Empire. a cynic, may p. Topic under the aald certificate clued .
nd the slaughter In We can never help humanity by ,, Isaiah 2111.: "John Rephrases the' Gospel ) 'g you prefer wall In the name of Unknown. '
of thousands -
nattles and sieges the subsequent influence. mistreating people. We can never With this chapter spread out be- Leader, Mrs. O. H. Lowry. "Make ;; Perfecto Extra or darned unlace according laid certificatehall to law., tax be deed r.. ,

massacre of Jesus had no worldly reach the goal without faith in our. fore the mind thoughtfully observe Christ King" a sermon for Palm u will I."". thereon on the 17th day _
hundreds In cold blood I
He had a heavenly Influence. He Panetela. ot April A. p 1938. l, 1 1Ii7.5t.4.14.
the plunder selves. The crown of victory lies just what it says. It Is a vision Sunday. Dal..d.
of this Hth
all classes and the beckoning day of March. A. ___ _
oeportatlon of tens of thousands could have turned one In the direction of faith in God. that the great prophet Isaiah had I 8 p. m. Evening worship, song P. 1933. ,
toward the sky and angels A. J. TIIOMA1! fri 3'
or captives finger 'We need moat of all today to recover "concerning Judah and Jerusalem and sermon. !
who Seal) Clerk of
were carried into down the gatesof circuit Court,
would have torn from our lost sense of sin. and the prophet Informs us that it Prayer meeting Wednesday at 8 Bradford County, Florida. t" 1' '
laopelellS servitude< tin a strange His rescue, NOW
Heaven to come to "" '
Paul tells us in the verse quoted pertains to "the latter days. Dur- p. m. !, '
nd.The last but He had no worldly influence. above that may be done. It may ing the latter days all nations shall The union service In our church NO'rtC'Jo1 or KLRCTIOM ,, I

(taken from part of our lesson. He didn't have enough Influenceto be done through the law. He says: flow into Judah and Jerusalem last Sunday evening was largely S MORE HAVANA I By the pow.r vented in them by j1
he '
{ the law of
book of Daniel) 11.Ustrates But He had the "State of Florida, the
the effect of strong drink stay off the cross. "I had not known sin but by the expressions used again and againIn attended the house being filled to H"ard of Public Instruction of ffrad.ord .

On National leaders. were: reveling at the feast the law" But the law was weak, the Bible to refer to the churchof capacity. The address by Mr.Ceo held County at the call following an election pUcee to on t.

elshazzar the king made a great fingers of a man's hand were seen through the flesh; so God gave His the living God F. Tlbbetts was a most Inspiring efjcne.eac llq0A1NZSVU.IE April 12, 1933, for the purpose of i I _

feast wall. Daniel was wn Son "in the likeness of sinful Now It is a wonderful fact that one. We are glad to an- ilectlnir three trust... each and d- I
.to a thousand of his lords, writing upon the I rmlnlnir the millers. to be aaaeaaedn 4
,nd drank Wine before the thous- called and explained the writingto ,flesh and for sin condemned sin "Judah and Jerusalem" represent nounce that Mr. Tlbbetts will be MILD each dlatrlct for th. ensuIng two _ _

"*- Belshazzar. that the king's days were In the flesh." This .Jesus did in ing the church of God In the earth the speaker at the Easter Sunrise ,'.ar*. 1
while he tasted mean For thd purpo of hol.lln* aald 'I
the wine commanded to bring the numbered and the kingdom was to two ways. He did it by Ills life; were very small and confined to a service in the church, Easter morn- election th* manafera are a. fol-

foiden and silver vessels which his be given to the Medes and Peraans. and He did it by His death. Were very small territory up until the Ing at 6:30: April 16. He will be low.: No. t, Hampton: J. IDIstrict : :

w pr Nebuchadnezzar had taken That night Belshazzar was saved from the power of sin byof time that Jesus Christ came and accompanied by his singers Wynn. M. \Vatterion and O I* ,, t _

out >t the the Mede became Christ. So we are convicted of was crucified In the suburbs of the A cordial invitation to all our Uarrl."n.
temple which was in Je- slain and Darius l>letrlc't Nt). 10, Vanderbilt: Levy '
ru,alem; that the king, and his : from the guUt of sin by the deathof city of Jerusalem.: But followingthe services extended to aIL RaskinCIGARS Norman. Kirby Crew and Sam s _ _

princes. his wives and his concubi5AM king.We must remember that ancient Christ. So. we are convicted of crucifixion when the Christ Whltehead.I'lBtrlct _
the life of Christ and ware had manifested to the world Half of the houses In the town No. 1Z. New Itlver: Ethan
might drlk therein. They wines were nflld in comparison IIIn by ; fully lapp.. C. C. Wynn and O. W An* ., /
drank Wine drink of today. Also that convicted by His death. Hence. the great love wherewith the divine of Stockholm command a view of SATISFY dr.wII.
and praised the gods with the
nietrlct No. IS, Hellbronnt N. D. 1
iragOld and of silver of brass dangers now from effect of alco- we must all stand before the judgment Father all humanity. all nations the water. Ireen. w C. Clemen and Lonxl ii

; wood drinks a hundred times seat of Christ. Therefore thereat began to be touched by the S JOc SMOKERS; jtarllnir. .
and of tone. hello are ; :
Olctrlct No. 11. Graham I. C.
During the feast at Babylon the greater than when our lesson was) need that God help ua to recover gospel truth. The gospel has In; a great cathedral at Colonge Smith John McKlnny and: R. M. I, P1 __ __ __ _

' Perj army w" ready to enter written, by Solomon Isaiah and our lost sense of Bin.-Tampa spread, regardlens< of the Imperfections Germany there U a sign "Bewareof CANDY CO. Johnson. _
od Tribune. j and the sinfulness of Gainesville Fla. Distributor A. J. ORirFlS. Peer.tV .
capture many Pickpocket ,
the city. While they DanieL C. MANNING> Cam. t-17-4t-4-T ______

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( Bradford County Telegraph Tuesday' tragedy in which sev I Maybe You've II From Other Pens 11 jSpbo Late Florlday Yo ast wasT me wha How klnc ;)Iace

Established 1877 enty-four lives were lost when the i What la goln' on here .0
United States Navy dirigible Akron I Heard It Bat 'GO elassif) Fust-hits a big plat, ))11.

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class ,crashed into the Atlantic Ocean MUCH FROM LITTLE I .. travel all day and all au '&II
I lis the latest and most disastrous By RUSSELl KAY old lizzie and not .ore
Florida only
'; Matter at. the Post Office at Starke, II I Iin a long: series of mishaps Uncle and the Plant City The lady an oWtlmer In Flor- Secretary. ffarnU. Pre_ Auonarioei end to t'other, and see g a J )be

Sam has had with this type of alr-\ It la Spring the Ida-was! telling the story. She than you cud In the ljll1

I* E. L. Matthews\ ________________________Editor and Owner I ahlp Courier waxes- poetical thusly:over said, "After the freeze in 95-96! no i And did you get an ear-full of week! m. In ,
Shenandoah caught in a strawberry season all had to the bad to say
The was We what governor
I and one had any money.
winter days Say yo remembc..
SUBSCRIPTION KATE storm while flying over Ohio, and I "Come early entire family do our own work, and we had : about our school system! I mean kids We
was we uster
of the
in Advance broke In two, with heavy loss of the Interest nothing; to spend even for food. '.he just naturally got 'em told In g> tlere
Months 75c-Payable of the strawberry grower Uncle John Tompson
Yearly $1.50; Six: and tncludln' the Swede. pn
life.! share Sweet potatoes saved our lives I I every language 'bout
and the families of his the "land with lots or
Advertising/ Rates on Application The Roma fell In Virginia, strikIng of everybody had potatoes" After a Dllk and
the fields honey? We
to wondered
turns '
wires and burning: croppers "isre that "
electric well sprinkled moment's pause she continued, I I If don't think that took 'keiitry cud be. i
England and France, also, have berry plants, now to And you Well II. t kin(
sometimes seems
Everest. So bloom and hiding; beneath "After all, it and intestinal fortitude tell right
)It. with courage ye now where
over '
have succeeded in flying had bad luck with their dirigibles. time in I uu at
Aviators that had a happier
with me we Isn't more
there a
because of well grown bushes I you're crazy, for hits Bradford County, F -iridayZright
either super
|. ,what? ior Germany construction, or better "luck," fruit soon ready for the mar those"days than .ve have ever had j powerful sinister organization in here. Only, 'steau ,. mm ,

_' o serious mishaps with ket. Hay racks are prepared since. Florida today than the outfit that and honey hits strawbe, '>
had and
has nx
arrived for post office pen and straw Is hauled to be There are many who will think has a strangle hold on our educational cane syrup, and hog anu >mllly
not them. ,
The "new deal" has the rows, Come It la trait In human roastin' .
The Akron was called the I placed between that a queer system. years, sweet ,> rtate....
points. I Io "dreaclnaught of the skies"; UncleSam's evenings when the sun sinks minds which compels them to recall string beans cow peas, (r '> poa.

fortress"; the behind the rich color of the with delight the days of They think money grows on trees toes, and gosh-I can't w-it fast
bring the dimes out world's largest and costliest air i western sky with a chill in the greatest hardship in their lives. and they own the whole grove. enough to tell ye ALL th, chlngs
It takes a merry-go-round in town to : ship. Only after a hot controversy I I air. The thermometer is eager The speaker quoted above was When it comes to was tin' money that grows here.

of hiding. in Congress as to whether the ly, comprehensively watched. merely realizing that which has that gang have got a drunken sail A tourist come along t' itnet "

_--o great ship would be safe, was It Sundown and the mercury been spoken by many prohpets and or lookln' like a Scotch miser. and ast me what would {iow day IB

but not to pieces, says the Lake decided to spend millions In build hovers around fifty degrees.As sages-"Man's life conslsteth not this part of Floriday? AI" ; had
Pick own friends, leap high in of things which I'm not
your ing her. the flames In the abundance Now don't get me wrong. to talk so fast, and so lon&

City Reporter. .. It seems that by the process of the fire place and fat wood he hath." Happiness contentment, talkln' about the teachers, God wore my tongue out. Hal! u bout eat .

.! o trial and error it has been proved I spits saucily lanterns are joy In living all are Independent bless 'em, they've been doing all soup ever since! :
shirts but cleaned and filled, rakes rounded of outward circumstances.A the work, takln' all the blame, andgoettln'
at Miami Beach want to economize on that this type of airship protection I Now, If all set UP
Bathers Uncle Sam's up and the family prepared dinner of herbs, and a joyful nothin' but starvation yore 'HEKE
the police won't let 'em. Is"flying a dismal fortresses" are of no value for covering berry plants. heart; bread eaten "In the sweat wages and dirty looks for their efforts. with. yore feet in the bven inJ the
of frost In the air in and Ice cycles thawed from yon. whiskers
o gargantuan exhibits of The nip of the face, independence i -
blessing it except build. brings the rush to the fields honor; sparse fare with simple I'll try to tell vi i few
realizes what a what clever engineers can
These are days when a man In actual warfare one well- and the hurried-up covering pleasures and sound Bleep are We've set back and let a flock things about this ken try

la to have good credit. equipped airplane dodging through of plants. more to be desired than great, of so-called educational authorities Fust, Is climate. Hits > warm

o the clouds could Bend the biggest "Come the bright, warm wealth and multiplicity of socalled play around with our school system here right now the doors me win
of late December and us hog-tied dows all open, and me secun by
teeth destruction days comforts.In until they've got
A mosquito is a funny thing. It has twenty-two dirigible hurtling to Too early January, the lengthen and trussed up to where we can't the fireplace--not to keep warmtho'
few minutes. these of exceedingly
in days
a very hours and East 1 just to have a good olnce to
and then bites.with nose. too ing daylight to find turn around.
clumsy for clever maneuvering, plain fare, it is possible a
when mouth
Hlllsborough berry patches) put I spit my waters jestthlnkln'
o- would When the
slow to escape, they merely time for high tfclnklng.
hats could getS for the forth their best efforts to fill extravagances They have loaded up with boards, 'bout that strawberry
women's will few
MB* .TndWA_ were wondering if furnish excellent targets budget permit I shortcake I jest et.
U UO I* O VW yawning; cup's and awaiting which trustees, supervisors, directors, superintendent
they did. agile airplane. pony refrigerators and express no pleasures principals professors I ain't good at flggers, <.e, cant
any more If the government deems it necessary cost money, it Is a time to call .
tell how
and many people live in Starke
o to appropriate more funds cars. upon the resources of the heart I', assistants, secretaries,
latest is the pretzel bob. It's not likely to be for our air force in the future it is Yeah. And come the next morn- and the spirit, which have been so !What not, until we've got a jig-saw -but there's a lot of mlghu tinefolkthere's
The .
very Ing the darn things bring $2.00 a puzzle that nobody can figure out. a post offict fineWomlUl's
hoped that they will be spent on long neglected. It is more than
in Florida for some time yet. crate. Club, two hotels need
popular some more manageable craft. probable that the people, doing I I
more), four good churchesany
o The state of Florida Is providing
: -0-- this will recapture the joys which
to the NEUROTIC) NAMES I I with times as one of 'em worth jinin' but 90 fer
One Floridians can get beer is to be invited THE VETERANS CUT they thought were lost forever, the schools seven
way Why is it that a man and woman I much today as It furnished I ain't took up with any cause you
White House. Mrs. Roosevelt says it will be on tap. President Roosevelt. In signing will go along for years, leading piness and will and find a new whose source existence of hap during the boom period, and what see, I am such an old sinner i dont'
o the bill to slash drastically all war a perfectly normal life, eating two was unknown before.-Eustls Lake I I have we got?-Schools closing for think am quite good enough yet!
slices of bacon and a fried egg for teachers without Three drug: stores, lots of store
South Florida are urging tourists to "Stay veterans allowances let the ax fall Region lack of funds,
breakfast and going to see Joe E. and unable to make and plenty of flllin' stations- about
through May." If they do they will be pleasantly surprised. where strike within it was the Inevitable next few it should years.In Brown at the neighborhood movie -0-- pay their, grades.puplla six to a block_ good railroad

o house-and then comes the first -and now let me tell you FIVE

i The Punta Gorda Herald, attributing everything to human .move the in most the history sweeping of the economy American baby and they go completely berserk JUDGING OTHERS I I The propagandists sob and tear GOOD HARD ROADS goin' In
and name, it Gwendolynn or evry direction-now ain't thet
I I their hair about "our children.
ahead of government the President decreed
another crash us.
nature, sees another boom and an annual saving of $400- Mortimer as the case may be. It is trite to say that In judging They say we are robbing them of some thin' for a purty little town
such phenomena I lathe and motives of I I to have? And ain't that the kind of
o 000,000 in veterans expenses.It Occasionally the character another their rights. I'll say we are; We've
The Avon Park Times wonders what they-will do with had to come. The World War direct result of reading too person we should try to been spending millions of the tax town to put some o' that wad of
many novels with lavendar dust Imagine ourselves in his place. But dough and turning out kids yourn in?
itself cost this country an estimated payers
saloon <<
the filling stations if they are going to put a on every twenty-four billion dollars. covers. When such la the case the how many of us do It? How many with less useful knowledge In their Will write again soon, when I git

comer The bill for the upkeep of the vet mother or father is really not to of us make a conscious and determined heads than ever before. more paper

o erans would have run to at least blame. Perhaps every one of us effort to be fair in our Your old friend,

home Tallahassee fifty billion dollars perhaps 100 has a spark of romance somewhere estimate of the other fellow The Tampa Tribune in a recent KDXYZ.
"We want you boys to fell at says billion if it had been allowed to go inside (although it Is often hard An unknown author has set forth editorial, reports that several hun t> -

to, the legislators. But the majority of them won't want to merrily on its way. to locate under, the fat) and If we some thoughts In this) connection dred pupils in one high school failed IN MEMORY OF

feel "at home." At the present time, until the 'can't get rid of It by gazing at which are worth repeating as follows to make their grades this year. ZUEUUY CARTER BAISDEX (

new bill goes Into effect statistic : the moon over Lake Como then : These children must! be held over -

o ians say the United States was who can blame It for cropping out "When the other fellow acts that at additional expense to the tax On march 25th, Mrs. George

A fashion note says shiny materials will be chic for paying out on behalf of World War : as four syllable names for our way he Is ugly; when you do, It lanerves. payer. The number of such failures Balsden, after a lingering illness,

!spring! wear. A lot of us will be fashionable least in the veterans alone 850 million dollars chllden. I if you check on it will. startle passed into her eternal reward.So .
a year which is Just under a quarter But sometimes, naming the offspring "When the other fellow Is set in J and amaze you. patiently, and with such
eeat of the trousers. of the total annual expenditures I seems to< take on a hint of his way he's obstinate; when you Christian fortitude had she borne Ii I
o of the Federal government. If allowed neurosis or a sadistic sense of hum are, it's firmness. Fathers mothers, and Parent- her great suffering It did not seem

The Crescent City Journal says that the nation might to continue it bas been estimated .1 or that would come under the same : "When the other fellow treats teacher groups, sincere In their that her beautiful life was ended,

with the sale of beer but there will be that this yearly tribute classification a. pulling the chair someone especially well he is desire to aid our schools and pro but that she had Indeed entered
balance its budget would have steadily grown until it out from under your great-aunt. toadying; when you do, it's tact. vide proper educational facilities into eternal life where there ts no

many heads of homes out of balance. reached a peak about 1949. In the Any way you| look at it It's a "When the other fellow takes for ''our children have unwittingly more pain or sorrow.

o years Immediately before and after dirty trick to play on the children his time, he is dead slow; when been made the? tools of selfish in Her entire life was characterized

of horse shoe courts laid out on a vacant lot the peak point, the nation would and we hope Mrs. Frank Allison of I you do, you are deliberate. terests. They've been gett A couple have been paying out more than Blythvllle, Ark.,;,will live to regret "When the other fellow picks a one side of the story. But now to her loved ones ana her

might give the local checker board a rest. Then too, there'smore two billion dollars annually. the days she named her fourteen flaw, he's cranky; when you do, thanks to the governor's courageous friends.

exercise in pitching horse shoes. This post-war expense seems to children Oza Fay Osa Late, Ozar you are discriminating."When lead maybe we wilt wake up Many years her home was \In

have been a problem peculiary exaggerated Clay, Olen A." Odeth Afe, Odra the other fellow says and start doing some first-lass and Starke, until the family moved to
o in America. A writer Atha, Ora Jessie, Odar Jettie, Ola what he thinks, he is spiteful; badly needed house-cleaning. Jacksonville. and "none knew her

There is a magazine called "Our Dumb Animals, but so In a national magazine recently Frankie Olla May, Oda Vay. Owen when you do you are frank," and but to love her none knew her but

far it hasn't had a thing to say about the farmer who must stated that this country had fewer Kay, Oma Aze and Othla Haze. so on. Parent-Teacher Associations today to praise."

his vegetables.o men under arms than any of One of Walter Wlncbell's biggest It is really heard to apply to our face an opportunity to render She was born August 11, 18j5-
go to town to buy garden the big European powers, and was scallions to you Mrs. Allison! selves the same yardstick which a greater service to our schools and was married to Geo. W Bali-

o In the conflict only a third! as long we use in measuring our neigh and our state than at any time in den on Dec. 15th, 189T. To this

horoscope for March 31 says, "Persons born on this as they were, yet In the current MISS STARKE bor. But we ought to try to do their history of they will rise in a union were born five children, wlllle

and rather at times" year the United States was bandIng And so Starke la to have a it.-Plant City Courier. body and demand a complete "new W. Baisden of Jacksonville Geneva
day are fond of good living, are nervous out to Its ex-soldiers more beauty show! Well, we're glad they ----.0-- deal" In our whole school set-up. Balsden McCabe of Philadelphia,
When the installment collector comes around no doubt. the from out of town.
than England. France and Germany got judges Maude Baisden of Baltimore, Luck
o put together. This fair city is too small for a PIECES OF HAPPINESS The expense of operating our and George Balsdea of<< Jacksonville

teachefs and students should be congratulated. The explanation, says this) writer, local man to get up and tell one schools can, and must be sharply all of whom with her bereave
B II. S.
.. that she Is not another to do
la that other countries have girl as pretty as reduced. We've got away ed husband besides a large family
Their stand in the recent contests proved that the larger adhered to the honest pension one. He'd never live it down. Happiness Is like a crystal with a lot of dead wood and poppy connection In Starke and vicinity,
And the winner Is to take part Fair and exquisite and clear, It be done and we owe
schools do not have anything on the little fellows when it principles of benefits to war sufferers cock. can survive her.
I in a state-wide contest Now is Broken In a million pieces, It to our children to take steps the sym-
results. only To the ones
comes to showing list had the time when we wish that our Scattered far and near. toward straightening out this mesa of friends
If our pension kept expanding athy"of a large circle
o town had musical name. Now and then life's path If dont we will find that
at the rate it was going a more along now. we goes out. Cod has only called t tHis to

The United States now has direct,telephone connections the future would have been pretty Miss Starke sounds too much like way, a few years hence they will emerge kingdom what was His own.
someone pronouncing mistake with Lo. some shining fragments fall, into a hard-boiled world unqualified
black for the American the place
with six South American countries : Argentina, Brazil, Chile, tax-payer. to make more beautiful
Back in the Sixteenth century, a broad "a". But there are so many pieces, to face Its problems. A* parents where she awaits their coming.
Peru Uruguay, and Venezuela. What a break for operators I the writer of the magazine: article No one ever finds them alL_ themselves they will be burdened Her beautiful spirituality will

Think of all the wrong number possibilities. says, Queen Elizabeth decided that BERRY ODD with debt and Inefficient ever be a shining example to the
o soldiers Incapacitated by actual I Of course we all know how the You may find a bit of beauty costly''' school facilities, that you ones left on earth until she greet

war service should be cared for I berry deal Is ,carried on .in these Or an honest share of wealth. and I passed on to their shoulders, them with the same loving welcome

Sinclair Lewis, returning from Europe predicts a war by the nation, and she started the parts, but have you ever wondered While another just beside you because we lacked the courage and she had for them while here.

there within the next few years. The United States, how ,, pension system. But this wise how they did it Ponchatoula, La. Gathers honor, love, or health. brains to solve these problems at The funerai cortege was met at
If havn't. it Is probably because Vain to choose or grasp unduly the time it was our duty to solve body
you I
and that this woman decreed that the ex-soldiers where her
will stay out the novelist says, we hope I Crosby cemetery
ever, ,
ball that time Isn't
should not ask for more, whether you didn't know how to pro Broken is the perfect them. And folks was interred on March 27U
prediction is not merely a product of his vivid imagination. formally or by begging, on pain nounce Ponchatoula. And there are so many pieces, after while or bye and bye-but among those she loved, and by

--o of losing what they had, and that Strawberry auctions there are No one ever finds them alL right now. whom had been greatly beloved.

The United States in refusing to recognize Russia, is able-bodied veterans should have said. to be among the world's oddest
none systems of barter Yet the wise as on they journey, All right, I've spoken my little ""I cannot say, and I will not say j

turning its back on a market of 160,000,000 consumers. We So perhaps we should follow the They always are held at night. Treasure every fragment clear; piece, now go ahead and throw That she is dead-ehe la just

may not approve of the Russian Idea of government, but we example set by Elizabeth. She The growers bring their berries to Fit them as they may together, your tomatoes. away."

'don't; ;; refuse to trade with a storekeeper because we don't like should know what- la best, having town early in the morning. Long Imaging the shattered sphere _U S. A.
to be thankful.
started the whole business lines of refrigerator cars are side Learning ever .
the way he runs his home. o tracked near berry sheds and they Though their share of it be small SIRS. REBA MATTIE CROSBY

0 ARK YOUR CHILDREN HEARING are loaded with sorted graded For it has so many pieces, LETTERS OF A STARKEITETO -
strawberries-still wet with dew. No one ever finds them all. A NORTHERN PROSPECT 2f,
author of "The Philosophy
Will Durant, Story says, Mrs. Reba Mattie
The task completed, the "Straw: Author Unknown. home
"Give me just one hour a day and in four years I will make The 'New York-Herald-Tribune berry Special" solid train of big died Sunday night at Mrs.her Crosby

you a scholar and a pholosopher." But a simpler recipe for quotes Rev. Dr. :Minot Simons pas red berries pull out. It gets only dealer may go a bit higher. There The following la a copy of a let after a native brief Illness.of Bradford county>

loafer tor of All Saints Unitarian church green lights on Its cannon ball run is no hurry. The pipes are pleasant ter sent In answer to an inquiry was a We. sw
real philosophy is to give a corner a knife, a slab of having lived here all her
in that city as saying in a recent north. Everything on the line hurries as to the merit of this section of Baptirt
white pine, and a plug of tobacco.An sermon: "One of these days I expect to a siding when the Berry Finally a car is sold-the Straw Florida. The writer who signs was a member of Corinth her besidesher

o to see mothers rise up against Special blows and thunders north, berry Special is nearlng North Mississippi "KDXYZ" Instead of a name, although Church. Surviving Oscar Crosby are

editor received from a lady some verses daintly tied the indecent song which are com Memphis-bound. Its precious cargo packed not a native Florldlan. has husband. and DorU, ber
two children. Betty
ing into their homes over the radio. After the train leaves, the deal on ice. A telegram then Is sent lived here long enough to become 'Ba "
up with-a pink ribbon, entitled, "I Wonder" He'll Miss Me." Some of these songs are obscene. I ers drink their afternoon coffee to overtaake- the train and direct a booster and a firm believer In I parents, Mr. and Mrs W.and tbret

After reading them he returned the effort to the sender with There la no limit to their Immoral and then go to supper. Prices are the car to Its proper destination- Starke and its possibilities.Starke sisters op.. -one Irene, Fred Kelly, Mrs t.oll

suggestivenesa. They are adding 'not mentioned. They gather later, New York. Kansas City Cincinnati Florida. ,
the following note : "Dear Madam: If he does he ought never Ward and Mrs. Alien Felman.
one more to the demoralizing Influences load their pipes and sit In a circle. _0 the folks can have fresh berries ,March SO, 1933. held Tuea-
to be trusted with firearms again. Funeral services were
bombarding the youth to The auctioneer' (tarts-the Berry for breakfast I
Mr. James Hunt.New at 11 o'clock. pe"i
o day. The broadcasting companies Special is In Mississippi panting The cars are routed as fast as Say morning Inter
York. ?! !
J. L. Norris officiating.
More power to the movement on :foot to take eighty I would much better wake themselves over the prairies of the alfalfa they are sold. Strawberry Special Dere Jim: In Conner Cemetery. F**
to this abuse before the is sold out. The was
eventually *
thousand of the quarter million boys who have been forced I up country. beareru W. T. Crosby, c
word. the quality T'got yore letter the other day were
general public wakes them up. The dealers never say a auctioneer guranateea F10'*
into vagabondage by the present hard times and place them 1 Mothers are already uniting to pro They make their bids in code with of the car. There la never a fuss -sure was s'prlsed to here you Crosby. Lester CrosbY and T "

in camps similar to the) Citizens :Military Training Camps. test against the lurid details in the their fingers, held close to their man's word Is hla seaL ,was glttlng reddy to spend some Crosby, J. If Kelly

bed-time stories coming: into their vest like a poker player handles his The dealers then go drink their ., Q* that wad yore old man left ye. EUckenbaker. mortician
Pacifists will howl "Militarism I" but this is better than I
and ready for the Gosh I didn't know yo' cud hey Boree &
homes over the cards, the auctioneer reads the black coffee get
er and idleness. Democrat I code then tells his story. ,Another i next day's berry special. l that much jack la that bum ken- were lncharge of arrangement


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