Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
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April 14, 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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STARKE. FLORIDA. FlU D."", APRIL 14. 1933 _ _ \,

=-- Cutler And Register i Easter Sunrise ServiceWill JobAssistant Butler Appointed I Five Per Cent
Green Gets
Board ProgramFor On More Committees
; Damage 'Want No ExecutionsIn () Be Observed At I

s Month of DecemberC. Presbyterian Church House Journal Says Available l
WhipIn Now 'j' :
Outlook; School YearIs According to the journal of the

C. Butler, representative from C. C.
jerry An Easter Sunrise service will I House of Representatives '

Bardford, and C. H. Register, representative be held at the First Prebbyterlan Butler, representative from Bradford At Local Bank

Is LowCarolina from Union, this week Incomplete! Church Prll 10, 6:30 a. rn. I Lower House I has been added to the committees -

Market 1 Introduced Into the House a bill Prelude: "Christ, the Lord Is on forestry, agriculture, .l

to prohibit issuance of death war- Risen Today." live stock, and state printing.Mr. -
,, rants or executions during the for Butler had previously been May B* Drawn lly' Those \Tho Dldl .
"Dawn"-Marjorle Stump. A Reward
Teacher have More Work Recognition Comes *
Shipping montb of December. The bill goes May ; Hymn: "Rejoice and Be Glad." 1 appointed to membership on the Not Get It During Early

iJ Began Move- to the committee on State Prisons Curtailment of AthleticsIs Invocation-Dr. G. H. Lowry. Faithful Service A. committee on census and appor- Moratorium! y
_LoulHlann LikelyAt
I II\\.,. Oft and Prisoners. Responsive reading Section 10. Legislator i tionment.
Dtl'Dt sughtly -- The Bank of Starke, operating
Hymn! "K\rk, Ten Thousand -
a recent meeting of the school at present under supervision of u.
heavy rains board plans for operating the Harps and Voices. t Congressman R. A. Green has Rate Rehearing conservator appointed by the .' 4
unusually Easter Cantata Meditation Luc lie .. f
houeh Easter : -*' assistant Democratic
week have done schools next year were discussed been appointed nn State Banking Department, Wednesday I,
past Mitchell.
the straw- whip in the House of Rep- made available :S cenb
table to and outlined to some extent. Al- per
damage 'Sunrlse"Messrs.Clifford .
tnts county express ginnIng. The board will pay up all Cornet Duet: resentatives. The appointmentwas on all deposit balances as of March .
m Johnson and Alder Highland Congressman Given Growers
Methodist week by
crop this
Starke and Law- been adopted it is believed by Supt.A. accompanied by :Miss Josephine announced Greenwood of 4th. Acting under the first mora
tceVwere but slightly unreported J. Griffin that it will be necessary Willard. Arthur torium Instructions of the State* /
for the week to have a general doubling up Indiana, recently appointed whip Comptroller, the bank had paid
F. Tib-
those "The Song of Triumph" Will Be on work by the teachers which may Address-Mr: George by Speaker Ratney. It comes from WIIi Prolinlily lIe HrM Early In all :5 per cent demands made on It '

Tues- Heard Sunday NightAt result in the elimination of several betts. Speaker Rainey In recognition of May, CommissionSays up to the date of the appointment f . car on "All Hall the Power of
Hymn: to
shipped one 8 O'clock and faithful services C
Wednes- Instructors. It is hoped by the his loyal of the conservator. At this time ,
Jesus Name.
Is a
of this week. total of 19.744 board that It will not be found necessary the Democratic Party I the payments were suspended q ;

ot \last week a shipped. The Sunday evening at eight o'clockat to reduce salaries further. Postlude. tribute to his standing as a legislator. According to a press dispatch pending a check up by the conservator :

a have been Methodist church, the cantata S Representative Green was an to avoid possible errors .
the average the Supt. Griffin also said that there from Washington last Saturday, a I
et has teen low of Triumph" by ardent supporter of Rainey In his in the allotment of the>. 5 per cent ) i W I .'
estimated "The Song would likely be a curtailment in rehearing will be held by the Inter-
for the week being I Edward W. Norman, will be: given the athletic program at the Bradford Mrs. Laura Davis race for the speakerahlp and Is state commerce commission in connection payments. Thin check up has nOW '
t15 per crate. by the choir under the directionof County High School. No an supporting President I with strawberry! shipping been completed and the 5 per Isj tJJL

,wtey has reported sixteen Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, with Mrs.F nouncement was made at this timeas Died ThisVeek wholeheartedly In his emergency rates. The dispatch was aa follows: \ available to those who did not receive .

ilnce Wednesday of last week H. Long accompanist. to the length of the school term relief program.Mr. The Interstate commerce commission It during the early days of 4 '

total of 143,360 quarts. Opening hymn, No. 171, by choir next year or as to the time of be- Green has been an active announced Saturday that the moratorium. : 'r

WI dispatches from North and congregation. back indebtedness before starting Mrs. Laura A. Davis died early member of the House since 1925 It would grant a rehearing by the I Generally the depositors' who are

Una say that that state Is Scripture lesson and prayer.Rev. the fall term.Redemption. Wednesday morning at the Gill with the unusual record of eight full commission! of a petition of receiving the :s per cent on their ; ,'

,g In rapidly. Government W. F. Jones. ,of script was discussed Hospital' Mrs. Davis had been In years perfect attendance. He is Florida strawberry growers for old accounts are simply transferring ;

ill shoW two cars from there No. 1, "Hail, Glorious Day" board members anda ill health for several years, but for dean of the Florida House delegation I' freight rate adjustments. the money to a new checking tt> .
the I
,iesday 01 thIs week, and It Choir. by not made public. was the past two weeks her condition active member of the House I The case Is listed In the name i account to be held In trust These fl

been reported that six cars No. 2, "God So Loved the World" plan, yet this out. I grew worse until the end came! Rivers and Harbors Committee as of R.. W. Burch of Plant City and :, accounts are In no wise restricted Y

(shipped Wednesday. It Is not contralto solo-Mrs. D. E. Knight.No. started for carrying of the school trustees Mrs. Davis was born March 28 well as being on several other I previous hearings granted rate reductions -1 and are subject to check at all ,

m whether this movement Is 3, "Sing Unto the Lord- A meeting and ; 1862, and lived all of her life In House committees. but Florida growers have times, and will be paid in full p 1

i flurry or whether that state Chl>lr. was held list Wednesday of recommendations night for a 'Bradford County and Starke. She In his duties aa assistant whip, complained that Louisiana still whether a plan of reorganization '. t 4'is

hIp sUadily from now on. No. 4, "They Crucified Him"- partial made was married November 23, 1881 the representative from this dIs- enjoys preferential rates over Florida effected or not. i _

LpmenU from Louisiana have I Choir. next year's faculties have been was made to Thomas A. Knight_who died, trict will have direct supervision The next hearing probablywill The citizens of the town and I 4)) _

bed during the past week. The No. 5, "Near the Cross was I out. No names board has on and to this union were born two over members of Congress from be held early In May. county seem to bo. fuly aroused to- 0 _
but the
days, April 3 and 4 saw 101 Mary Weeping," soprano solo, Mrs. public, home teachers.MARRIAGE gone sons Octavius Augustus Knight the Southeastern States. S the Importance of maintaining a .
from that state. Dur- I record as favoring and Carl Alvarez Knight. On Jan- bank here and are cooperating I ,
,shipped J. D. Doyle and choir. Soon after the appointment was MRS. II. I- QUAY DIED _
list week-end only eighty-six No.6, "Dark Is the Garden" S uary 24", 1918 she married W. E. announced, Mr. Green said: IN GAINESVILLE LAST WEEK along this line by making use of j 4

I were shipped from there. quartette, Mrs. H. B. McLendon, Davis, who died several years ago. -. the faclltles of the Bank of StArke .

tplte of heavy movements Mrs. E. K. Ferryman Mr. David LICENSES Funeral services were, held at "I am most grateful to Speaker Mrs. Motile Estelle Rush Gray, In the hope that the institution 1E _
here are Thurs Rainey and Mr. Greenwood for appointment be and Th. .
Church soon reorganized agaInbe
other states growers Moore Mr. T. T. Long. the Presbyterian and widow of the late Henry Latham may
shipments as LoraIne Green. at three o'clock with as assistant whip a big factor In carrying on the : ; g,
niog to continue No. 7, "Keep Your Vain Watch, Roy Carter and day afternoon to Gray, died April 6 at 3 o'clock at
at least break Thelma officiating.' hell' do all within my power commercial and agricultural actlv- f .
aa they can men's two part chorusMessrs.DavId Arthur MIlliken and Dr. George H. Lowry the family residence In Gainesville. ,
believed that North composed of L. G. andJ. promote party solidarity and to assist ites of the town and county as It .
Is A
, It Moore, T. T. Long, and Dr, Sullivan. quartet enactment Death was attributed to an attackof ,
fcllna will not offer serious corn- H. B. McLendon.No. Wm. P. Smith and Veda Louise H. Powell, Mrs. R. J. Davis and the President In the better con- Influenza suffered October of has been for the past twenty-flvo iHt; I _

La for two weeks yet.ic 8, Offertory-Mrs. P H. Newby. Mrs. S. P Vandlvlere sang. people will soon realize last year and which was the cause I years.It .
L. R. Green and Theo McGauley. "Presldent Roosevelt Is a born terminated\ : Is understood that Comptroller '
Long. Interment was In Crosby of a heart ailment that
ceme-I 1- and It most fortunate for Lee will ask the present legislature ______
Solo, (selected) Mr. David tery. Pallbearers were!(J>:. leader exalted In the demise of one of GainesvLIl&a -
: to have him In his I to PUSH some new banking-
J.: M. America and
Moore. COMMANDER ELECTED Middleton, G. W. Alderman, and most beloved women
HearingOn to facilitate
these trying legislation designed
No. 9, "Hail the Easter Morn" Mitchell Judge Geo A. Gardiner, position during citizens. '
will bring or- of banks that
He reorganization
Choir. of T. J Griffin, T. S. Williams andA. I unusual times. I Mollie EHtelle Rush was born In
to Dawn" At a meeting Tuesday night Funeral arrange. der out of chaos and the American Alabama In 1800, the I i have found themselves In dlfflcul- _
No. 10 "As It Began Post, M. Darby. Apelaka, ,
Funds Jones-Langford-Whlte better con- ties of In the'I
Farm the will son realize I I by reason shrinkage
soprano and alto duet-Mrs. A. Z. N. D. Wain- ments were In charge of DeWItt C. people under his. I daughter of the late Dr. and Mrs. 1 f
American Legion and better times value of their securities. It Is i
Adklns and :Mr. David Moore. Jones Ccmpany.Mrs. I George W. Rush. In early child
I wrIght, Jr., was elected post com I shall hold up hIs hoped that thin new legislationmay
leadership. I
No. 11, "Fear Not Ye" tenor left Davis leaves to mourn her i I 'hood she moved to Atlanta, Ga,
I mander to fill the vacancy by hand and support him 100 per be helpful In solving the local _
..lon Work Will\ Mr. David Moore Mra. Carl A. Knightof where her father and brother, Geo. .
nd, of FA en solo and choir, Lake Butler, who recently loss one son, I .
Bob Rivers, I I cent." banking (situation.Four _
Tjlluhosnee MondayIn Starke. W Rush, Jr., were both practising
{Meet In and choir. moved from the State. _
Large Numbers No. 12, "Christ the Lord Is Risen. phyHlclana In 1889 she was mar- -.

."-Choir. ried In Alnnta to Henry Latham

J public hearing on provision of I IIi No. 13, "Savior Divine", soprano i Gray of Plnebloom, Ga., and In Programs!

for farm service activItieshe solo-Mrs. J. W. Andrews.No. Proceedingsbe I 1912 she moved with him to Flor- i :.,

state will be held in Talla- 14-"Rejoice In the Lord"- 1 Legislative( ida, first living In Starke where

Ite Monday night April 17, by Choir. Mr. Gray had extensive turpentineand Given Solons _

(senate appropriations commit- No. 13, "The Triumph Song"-I saw mill Interests. I to I _

J Chairman W C. Hodges has j Finale. I'I' I I Eighteen years ago Mr. and Mra. .:

filed Marvin H. Walker, editor I Benediction. 1 slon. All tentative budgeta would was reported unfavorably by the Gray and their family moved to .

Ihe Florida Grower. s Hearing On Beer the have to be submitted to the board committee on public amusements.The Gainesville to reside and since that Several Different Plan Taking I

Report of the state budget*com- RESOLUTION In spite of prediction by not for approval. provisIons of thIs bill were the time have been affiliated with all Hhapn As Legislature Gets

Ipproprlatlons for the extension Whereas the Supreme Architect, likely to be drinking beer default the state funding board Sholtz in his biennial message. An ardent church worker, the deceased i I .

|'ce, constating largely of the in His infinite wisdom, has been week or so yet, if then. The public held- would have, the right to appoint an Under the present law racing soon became one of the As members of the Florida legIslature J; ..

ty' home and farm demonstra- pleased to take unto himself the hearing on the beer bill "administrative agent" for the revenue has been divided equally leaders of the Methodist church l prepared to go through the .j 4 ____

| agents. Also It proposed to spirit of our deceased brother, Garrett Wednesday In Tallahassee apparently unit for such time as the ,board between the state's sixty-seven congregation and an officer In the second week of the 1033 session In 4 p _
ntlnue the egg laying contest P. Raymond. and got nowhere In particular necessary. Through this counties "for whatever use the In the Woman's Missionary Societyof high gear four distinct programs ; _
held at thought _
|agricultural vocational teach- Whereas, the trestle board of his and another hearing to be the board would,take over counties wish to make of the the church. She was also a and numerous minor programs began _

Masonic life was such as to entitle a Joint meeting of the House Pro. receiver of fiscal affairs of the funds. member of Kirby Smith Chapter to take shape In the mass of

inda for the experiment sta- him to receive the white stone witha hibition committee and the Senate full control Peter Tomasello, Jr., Speaker of United Daughters of the Confederacy Individual bllla Introduced In both: 1 4 1 _
cutonlJnal Temperance committee, waa unit. House introduced a bill canIng and the Woman's Christian, houses. They were: 1. The administration .
i and plant board would be. new name, and Wed- Bank Legislation. the .
sums, under the ached- Whereas, by the faithful discharge announced for 3 p. m. next Public demand for Improved I for distribution of funds from Temperance Union. program. 2. The mora. i .

of the budget body, and ma- of the great duties owed to nesday. legislation Is reflected In' Florida's racing law to the various The deceased was preceded In drastics Independent economy pro

al reductions made In the God, to hia neighbor and to himself The House chamber and gallery banking number of proposed bllla intro-' counties not later than April death February 1, of this year, by gram. 3. The liberalization pro-. ,

,%unts& allotted to the livestock our brother deserved the title was filled to overflowing Wednesday a duced In both the house and senate IS: each year, Instead of July 1. her son the late Dr. Charlie I gram and 4.. The real estate pro A

I'tary' board for tick eradicationto of a man and Mason: be It there I.I.I with spectators, and the room during the first week of the This bill was carried by unanI- Gray, one of the leading physiciansin ,' gram. .
ardent applause as which IndIcates that the state. She U Through the Mill J j
with of
vote section
the marketing bureau. resounded from a measure mous this '
range .
fctlon protesting against the I foreResolved, that in the passing of speakers delivered their orationsfor create They a separate-state department counties will get their race track survived by a daughter. Mrs. Ottle Five of the six administration the mill : : _

pnlcs suggested have been Garrett P. Raymond :Masonry has or against the bill to legalize on banking to another money much earlier thIs year. Gray Morrison (Mrs.: Donald Mor- bllla were started through( 4
""II by and civic cent beer and wine in Florida security Ft'n..lon"Repre8entatlve rison) three sons, Herbert Gray, In the opening week. They were:
numerous farm suffered the loss of a valued member 3.2 per creating Insurance funds aa ; bill the _
them non-intoxi C. L. Waller, of Robert E., and Henry :The general appropriation ,
[Tnlzatlons valued declaring
according to Mr. community a by lof Mlcanopy;
and the deposits .
Iker, and medicinal. for Orlando Leon Introduced a bill In the Latham Gray of Gainesville\ ; motor vehicle license\ tag reductionbill .
Friends of the several In- and cating Walter Rose of '
citizen, Senator 1-ccnt .
I of the :
draa- I reenactment
IJUors affected are expected to I Be it further resolved, Brad- Public Debt sponsored a bill designed to give house Monday providing for and nine grandchildren. for general revenue,

|ad the Monday night hearing ford Lodge No. 35, F. &: A. M., extends Chief among the administration- depositors In closed banks a strong tic reductions of state pennlons., It, I Funeral services took place Friday ,gasoline tax officers' salary bill to j ''I
I 0 to the county
$ at
state Introduced in the insti- would cut all pensions from afternoon at 3 o'clock '
pe :apltal, In large num- to his loved ones its sincere, I sponsored bills I voice in the affairs of such and I the fee system, and tho I JI
.. I heartfelt sympathy and while l we I house during the first week of the, tutions. A board of directors would $30 a month for both veterans First Methodist: church. abolish bill. The sixth i _
In Dave Sholtzmeasure ,' with one widows. The bill also makes num- Interment was made at Ever- debt refunding .
mourne hls.absence we rejoice session was Governor elected by depositors estimated 1 la the school bill providing f _
Waller Sun. measure
Wi VIFOKD UNDERHILL the reward aUoted to the souls of to give the State Board of 1 vote allowed for each $100 or frac- erous other changes. green Cemetery.--Gainesville state control and pay- I _
of from partial .
reduction S
DIED virtually dictatorial board would an annual -
HERE LAST WEEK the just made perfect. I Administration tion thereof. This I half teachers' salaries ,'
I un- RAYMONDLKAEN ment of one _
to $500,000: IIAIUtlET
out adjustments a MISS
confirm :
Be It therefore further resolved, powers to work have authority to reject or Jl.023,000 year this the state. Dills following closely j' .
in CANADAMisa by
'oUis Raiford Underbill\ died at that these resolutions be spread I i of the public debt problem. sale of property; be given a der the provisions outlined FOR other recommendations made by, j
I Florida pension _
sent by Representative value of assets bill. The present '
home records and a copy The bill was presented voice In determining have .
t Ills brother, Lacy Un.'ii1 upon our I in Raymond missionary ( ov. Sholtz to the legislature '
the highest Harriet
'\ \. bereaved family, also thata i Kanner of Martin coun- exercise power Jn the en- aliotmen Is one house and _
April\) 4". to the ; Islands, who been Introduced In both
|!e was born June 15, 1876 and copy be sent to the Bradford ty, and referred to the committeeon forcement of claims; and be Invested the south.Tag Penalty Off I'I has spent to Philippines the past few month with senate. Among these are bllla relating _
the Telegraph for publication. finance and taxation. with numerous other pow- I consolidation .,
Olle3t! beer
( County ,
son of W. H. UnderHe of passed a bill introduced her father the late Dr. O. P. Ray- to legalized
\u : Shortz, In ers. The bill limits the powers The Senate I conservation department! 4
urvived by four broth- Signed Governor F. P. Parker, of mond left Wednesday for Jackson- of
comptroller Senator II ,
J' L Walter and C. M. Under- A. E. DUNHAM ing passage of the recommend-I' the liquidator and the by the 23: cent where she will take the boat' reduction In the judicial circuits r _
to the complete eliminating per vlll 1 -i''
all at Starke, and C. L. Un- A. S. CREWS, Ing commission bill. to the extent necessary of failure to purchase) automobile Shawnee for Ontario Canada. and alocating revenue from racIng '
authority '
1iII. Lakeland, and one slater, G. M. SISTRUNK. covered "a subject exercise of the penalty Raymond during her visitIn to public schools. ;
before Miss
be I their directors licenses 4 '
handled will and L
ytmiethiu of starke. erly and fearlessly the Starka has made many frIendsby Dratlo EconomyThe
II'. Underbill was an honest and ROUND AND SQUARE DANCEThe of tremendous Influence and help as enumerated in the proposed act.B. 1. Officer her pleasant manner and congenial bills advanced by several ,

'hlul :llIzen. He was never indirectly In effecting both econ John S. Byington and Tom County dealing with personality who will\ remember legislator apparently on their own '. .

riled. "* "rtered for ten orYears American Legion Auxiliary, omy and efficiency In the manage- Stewart of Volusla Introduced a Several measures introduced lathe with pleasure having Initiative and without connection _

IVe 'with tuberculosis, and Is sponsoring" an Easter dance to ment of the people's affairs. There measure" In the house' to provide county officers last were week. met her. Just before sailing she but which together constitute an '. __ _
the day of *u death, be told be given Friday night at the Leg- must be adjustments made within that depositors of closed House L. AtrvU of Pasco.. presented a prize package filled economy program more drastics
In I the Arthur was
Sntau> that he waa not afraid Ion hall. Music:\ will be furnishedby Band. the capacity and the ability of the the right to participate One by limit on the compensation with:; lovely gifts from the ladies than that proposed by Gov. Sholtz
ano the Orange Grove String ," the governor said. selection of a recommended liquidator. would place a those drawn by Senator D. _
tie' was ready to meet his I people to pay officials whose offices -: of the Baptist church. Mrs. E. L. Include .
will be of the of county 1
I.r. A local young couple I Tbe bill would confer on the governor The circuit judge O. L. Beasley accompanied Stuart GUlls of DeFunlak Springs
!r. and all expenses the the authorityto are operated on the fee sys BIggs and Mra.
Un'lerhm' made his home married at this dance the comptroller, and district would have Raymond to the for the abolishment of motor vehIcle
be Miss
would on
3 hi, IIrother, Lacy, for the PMt will be paid by the Auxil! treasurer full authority to direct name the liquidator provided l'tem. The achedule game hotel and barber examiners 2
nty.slx year, but he baa gone to 'iary. Come and see who the bride fiscal affairs of Florida counties, that 51 per cent of the depositors the following basis: In offices boat. S department and heavy ; _
than $3,000
otter are. school districts, and ,other the party. The Judge a net Income of more enl of In state officials salaries. '
n/me' never to return un- and groom __ cities, approve I more than Indications toward the slashes
the filial t would have jurisdiction over the a yea r, $3,000 a year; forward by Senator
consummation of all taxing units. that commercial failures and those put
nil.3tennent. The leaves of moat of the yucca The state board of administration .- bank and approve all sales of as- $3,000 but lese thau 5.000: and net less Income I March would were be the lowest for that Pat Whitaker of Tauipa for pro- .. .. k ; _

took place In the f am- plants are valuable< for fiber pro- would require all counties, sets or property. $2,400; over $2BOO $2.000and month since 1925: or 1926.Hard hibition of road contracts while the .
lot Track Fond than $3,000. $2,100; over and of attorneys t i
In the duction. districts and other Race department Is) In debt
Crosby Cemetery. school '
> funeral; *Mrvlc was conducted cities, to furnish the board with A bill introduced by Representative less than $2.500 $1,800; ovei water is water that baa tees paid from state funds. .

I Elder J, T- Barnes. New money U appearing' due units fiscal reports and would Lewis Palm Beach, to give 1,500 and less than $2,000, $1.500,: considerable quantitiesof 'The liberalization program la tt" ______

Sleep en dear brother. We will to the war on hoarding, and Is provIding complete uniform system of records ifso the revenue from horse and .dog taken up magnesium. ((Continued on page ...> S _
e to and stlmulaUnjr production use a Florida to the school (Continued on page 4.]_ lime or f.". mtin.,4 .n i'nrC .
see you some day." jobe directed by the state:'commls- racing In _

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Ia A Lizzie Norman Is still confined to, ORPHANS NEEDy I

RAIFORD HAMPTON BROOKER her bed. We wish her a speedrecovery. M

I Ked Kercc, Cor. I I MU Ada Nlmnto. Cor. IHlmm Vera Gainer, Cor. Those .who attended church at SUMMER HOMES + Do You Know;?

Little Springs Sunday were Mr. Miircu C. Fagg Wants To Place

8. of and Mrs.'B. M. McRae, Mrs. R. C. More Than 200, If Possible I
d! ; 836,000 (Quart Shipped Rev, O. E. McCauley preachedat Mr. and Mrs. Q. Crotty
A new high mark of 830,000 the Baptist church last Sun- Crescent City, are spending a few Groover, Mrs. W. F. Harnage, Miss

lc- Will you take one or two home-

chipped. from Ralford this season. Masonic service was postponed till J. Plnholster. Rae.Mrs. less boys or girls into your home
Ella Griffis has returned to
Heavy rains have fallen several May 14.Prof. Mrs. A. B. Crosby and childrenof Punta Gorda after Just for the summer months this
her at
days In the past two weeks and Truby Plnholster, attended Jacksonville, spent last week home a while here with her year, and thus assist the Chil

i have cause a draw back to the church here last Sunday morningand here with her parents, Mr. and father spending, W. H. Norman. dren's Home Society of Florida, to

berries, and are responsible for evening. Mrs. L. R. Gainey, who accom- Misses Hazel and Gladys Under- pull through what will undoubtedly -

k probably several hundred crate Mrs. H. A. Durden, Mrs. M. L. panied them home Saturday and hill and D. M. McRae attended the be Its hardest summer?

loss to the growers. It was estl Wainwright of Hawthorne and spent the week-end in Jackson Bin gin convention at Green Cove Last year between fifty and six
F, mated by several of the leading
ville. ty homeless boys and girls were
Mrs. Ingle of Savannah Ga., were Sunday.Mrs. : tr
j9 growers and buyers the average Mr. and Mrs. Doc Thomas of In homes for
; guests of A. A. Durden and family Marion Johns and daughter, placed good family
price for the entire season has this week. Plant City, are spending a while the summer but this year the
Essie River
of New
were visiting
not fallen short of ten cents pert here with his mother, Mrs. Alice Home Society hopes to place at
t Rev. S. J. White and family, are Mrs. J. J. Morgan Sunday.Mr. .
p At this rate this would
Thomas. least four times that chil-
guests of Mrs. White's mother, many
and Mrs. Wilton Conner of
:mean: that Ralford and community I Mrs. Thos. Dyal. Among those from here attend. dren, or over two hundred home
Vanderbilt spent the week-end with ?
t has reaped the benefit of $33,600 ing the Junior-Senior party at :Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis. less children, In good homes, in an S

Starke Friday night were: Messrs. effort to see that these childrenare
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Norman of
S QTM. Alvarez, Tate Mann and Ivan[ and Purvis Hazen, Malcolm cared for without cost to the
lellbronn attended church here I
a Everette Higginbotham were In GREENWOOD Lewis, Fred Shaw and Misses Mil- Sunday.Mr. Society during the coming sum-

:Jacksonville the past week on bus!1-, dred Morgan and Vera Galney.
and W. Lewis and
.. Mrs. E. mer.The
Mla Emm.I, Prlnl. Cor. I
ness Mr. and Mrs. John Mott were attending children spent the week-end herewith Children's Home Society of ""

In making a correction of a to business in Starke Sat relatives. Florida Is facing the most critical

statement made last week by this :Mrs. C. A. Pringle and daugh- urday.A Rev. financial' condition, it has ever I
J. E. Newton and H. H. I
column in saying that A. C. L. fast ters, Evelyn and Emmalyne, were large crowd of young folks Lewis atended church at Lake Geneva faced, during its thirty years of

;i ;trains fll and 92 were discontinued shopping in Starke Saturday. enjoyed a party given at the home Sunday.EASTER< service to over twenty-one thous- I

:April 1, from their run through Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and children of Miss Brunell Morgan Thursday and homeless, orphan and needy'

1 I'l, here It should have read trains NOB spent Sunday with Mr. and night In honor of her thirteenth children of our State, and will not
1d ..71 and 72 were discontinued. Mrs. Fred Conner near Lawtey. birthday. CHURCH be able to provide food, shelter,

i 1. There's more ways than one to Miss Mary Pringle returned to I ir. P. Galney and C. C Melvin clothing and care for Its hundreds

beat a depression. A colored boy her home at Brycevllle, after were transacting business in of helpless children, unless many
;that came here lately has begun upending several months here the Starke and Gainesville Tuesday. undersigned will preach an'Easter big hearted families all over the'

1 a. business that has all the looks of guest of relatives. Sermon" next Sunday at State-will come to the rescue, and I
l 11 a. m. Subject: "Is There Life
:proving a successful one. It Is Miss Clyde Moseley of the State send in funds, food, clothing
After Death"? Text "If a die )A.h, Cm..J
a ; building yard or lawn swings from Farm, was visiting Miss Evelyn man promptly, or will provide a good I A.!
i cypress poles. They are quite a :Moseley, Monday.Mrs. I Hcilbronn Springs shall he live again ? Job 14:14.: home for scores of these homeless THAT the rock bearing a runlo Inscription, as shown ab,< (tends!

"snlpplsh" little affair too, when J. S. Sapp and children Ml.. Thelma Hhoilrn, Cor.Mr. This question Is as old as the hu- children for the summer. out the theory that Norsemen landed In North "''MIIC.1 t ij
in man race and as new as the latest ,before Columbus announced Its discovery? The rock whi"'> ,
;, ; ;the dark boy gets them complete were shopping Starke Saturday.UOOTSEY'S The Home Society does not place t now
grave. the> public library of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia was founo
'' at V.
'4 A. score of the front yards here out babies or children under six
d and Mrs. D. L. Kite and In the sermon next Sunday I will Lake near that town.
have already bloomed out with years of age for the summer, for .
tell the audience who answered this --- --
in Jackson-
were visiting
ir ;these little contraptions. it has a waiting list of families SALES TAX FAVORED i For school aid are the sale' or1 I
HEACII ville Friday. question, and when it was answered. -
The 4-H Club boys held their wanting babies and little children BY MANY SOLONSBy
Y Johnnie and Jessie Atkins of You are cordially Invited to ury tax and the tax >D peer |
:regular semi-monthly meeting last L. Gaaklnn. (Jo.. Jacksonville hear this sermon. under six years, all the year round.
[Wednesday night at the school au- were visiting friends Homes are badly needed, how wine.
( John
here Saturday and Sunday.Mr. Faithfully yours,
; B 1 dltoriunt.r ever, for boys and girls from six --S
r Miss Rabble Rivers of Lake Butter Mr. and Mrs. L. Murrhee and David Browning and Lonnie W E. Daugherty. to sixteen years of age. Full Information Tallahassee, April 10.-Mem-

was the week-end guest of Miss son, Louie, and daughters, Misses Carter of Woodlawn were In our will be given regarding bers of the Florida legislature have BOREE & GIDDEN

,c :rEllnor Redd and Miss Hazel Red. Frankie Lou and Ruth, and Mrs. section Saturday night and Sun- "SUE DONE HIM WRONG" the family history and the personal FUNERAL DIIIKC10H9: 1
Peter March of Sarasota COMING TO RITZ THEATRE been doing a lot of thinking about Casket
spent day.Misses habits of each child. The So- Dlnplar Room !Near Dl
dish.Mrs.. S. H. Moore and daughter, '' Sunday at Sanderson, the guests Pencie Davis and Cath- ciety does not have any delinquentor : the sales tax question. This la At Ilennctfi "'..rho.11

a Doris and Mrs. Dona Browning, 'I' of Mrs. Murrhee's sister and erine Nettles and Mr. Horace Net- Mae West for many years the incorrigible children under its evidenced by the first batch of LICENSED EMHtl.MEB"Arabalmire

along with David Richard were in brother-in-lB-v, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar tles were visiting In Starke Satur- darling of Broadway, makes her Ready Phone atnlee"Always .
answers to a sent to
C Jacksonville Friday shopping. Kelley.C. day night. screen debut in "She Done Him care.Work or wage homes are badly members of both questionnaire houses SS' t. Bl nivcrnlde Ave, Jirk. ..
P A party of young folks along E. Crawford, Mrs. R. N. Brack Prevatt of Hampton was Wrong," which is coming to the needed too for about forty older by your

e with several members of the Crawford and daughter, Martha, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ritz Monday and Tuesday of next I, boys and girls from fourteen to Tallahassee correspondent.Not ConclusiveThe I

jrrown-ups enjoyed a fish fry at Iris Dicks, Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Jones Sunday.A week. She proved her versatility I eighteen years of age, who desireto
early returns
I Klngsley Lake last Thursday afternoon Johns and children all spent Sun- large crowd attended churchat to Hollywood by writing the script secure homes where they can representing

y and night. The crowdS day at St.'George, Ga., with rela- Mr. and Mrs. George Moseley's for her picture and authored the earn their board and keep-and a 15 per cent of the membership of ATLASThe
? both houses
Tuesday are by no means con-
that number of lyrics for several songs. In her little
reported a to
quite money enable them to
tives.Miss secure -
clusive except to show that the
line fish were caught. Boat rides, Iris Dicks of Dukes, Is Mr. Seeber Forsyth and Misses opinion the wasp waistline of the clothing and shoes. These
sales tax Is lot
: and other pleasures were enjoyed spending this week here with her Johnnie and Laura Lotta attended gay nineties represents the most older boys and girls must start out thought and receiving a Standard Oil \
1 study.
; '' throughout the afternoon. Those aunt, Mrs. DOM. Crawford.Mr. church at Saxton Sunday night of flattering mode In the history of for themselves after the school
Some members
1 who went along with others whose Bert Chiam of St. George, last week. feminine fashions. She claims the closes in April and May, as the are definitely Tire Guaranteed]
favor of
either a sales tax
Oran general
names we were unable to obtain Ga., Is spending this week herewith Morgan and son, Orville clothes of the nineties are almost Home Society cannot afford to
rt of Valrico pro- or a luxury tax. Others are justas
spent the week-end
his Mrs. R. N. Craw replicas of the modish
sister illustrations
Just at the writing were: Misses vide for them any longer. One YearFrigidaire
definitely But if the
here with relatives.Dr. opposed.
Almeta, Alean and Nancy Rltch, In the fashion magazines of the
ford.Mrs. Any family of good character. in
R. P. Taylor of Jacksonville same percentage prevails throughout -
:Messrs. Wilbur Sapp, O. M. Alvarez Mary Reddish Is visitingher moment. "She Done Him Wrong" Florida
may apply for a homeless ... .
was out Saturday looking over his I both houses, the balance of .. .. et
and Mr. and Mrs. R. M. daughter, Mrs. G. C. Sapp of Is a melodrama of the Bowery, of boy or girl to Marcus C.
w will be held
farm sizeable
which Is in charge of Mr. D. Its power by a
Raiford saloons
this week. and
politicians, itshookytonics
It Kite. State superintendent, 328 St. group which will favor a sales tax
I Malcolm and Red Mrs. Margaret Norman and and Its Miss
Tompkins women. James
Building Jacksonville
FlorIda "
I -
In some form "if necessary.
:Xerce were business visitors to nephew, Albert Wright, spent sev- West Is cast as "Lady Lou", a I or by personal visit to anyone There is a wide diversity of opin-

b Starke last Thursday afternoon. eral days this week at Macclennny singer. Cary Grant Is also, fea- of its receiving homes In ion about the details. Sales taxeson

I J. C. McCormick was a business ,with Mr. and Mrs.. John WrightEVERGREEN I RISING I tured. ville, Pensacola, Jackson-I all, commodities on all except': the three \
In "Obey the Law" year guar
1 visitor to Laka Butler last Satur- Leo Carrillo Junior League Children's the
necessities of life, or on luxuries -
day morning. I Mra. II. M. Megan Cor. I portrays the role of an Italian Immigrant Miami.
are preferred by various leg- anted electric refrigerator \
'i Most of the local strawberry who Is fired with loyalty Full information will be gladly islators. Some would use the rev-

growers have been forced to cut This community was made very for the United States. His en- given. The children will be ready enue for the counties or to wipe
the price of picking of berries sad last Monday to learn of the thusiasm for everything American to
Mrs. V. A. Howler, Cor. leave for summer homes as soon out real estate taxes and others
; from two cents to 1 l-2o per quart death of Mrs. Reba Crosby at her almost makes him an easy mark as the public schools close In April would vote for a sales tax only if

although only a few have cut the home Sunday night after a short for the vice ring of big city politics and May. necessary to provide adequately for

S price of packing to a lower rate Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crews, Leon- Illness. She had been in falling Little Dickie Moore and Lois Who will be the first to take a the public schools. I For sale bySmith's

y than 32 cents per crate. I ard Crews and Mr. Jack Crews health for some time, but seemedto Wilson are also featured. 'fine homeless boy or girl? Lower Tag Costa

,' W. M. Knabb was in Lake But- were visitors to the State Farm be gaining until Friday when Mae Clarke plays one of her i Indications are strong that motor

ler the Sunday.Mr. she was stricken with pneumonia.She favorite roles In "Parole Girl In 1840 there
t, Monday attending monthly a were four Americans vehicle license tags will be re-
meeting of the board of county and Mrs. Cohen Peele were was a good Christian woman woman of shady character. She four Englishmen and six oth- duced. The house members reply- Service!

commissioners of which he is a visitors to Jacksonville Friday. and always ready to give a helping prefers to depict such women because er European residents In San Fran- Ing first to the poll are

.c }nember. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier spent hand In need and will be greatly they offer her opportunity cisco, then called Yerba Buena. i derantly In favor of the $5 and prepon-$10

d Cecil Sapp, who is employed In Sunday In Starke with Mr. and missed as she was always cheerful for strong dramatic acting. In schedule but a majority say they StationStarke

d Gainesville, spent the week-end Mrs. W. G. Stringfellow. and everyone knew her only to "Waterloo Bridge", the picture Both alcohol and turpentine are will Insist upon additional revenue .

d :with his mother and brother, Mrs. I Louise and Clarice Rosier were love her Our sympathy goes out that made her famous, she played used to remove paint and varnish I' for the schools from some other

s i O. C. Sapp and Wilbur Sapp. visiting their cousin Lorene Rosier to her loved ones. such a woman and won universal stains. They should be rubbed on source if this Is done. Fla.

y Rance Petty, one of the most Sunday. We are sorry to report that Mrs. ,acclaim. and off quickly. Most popular sources suggested

interested baseball fans of this
w k .
town bas got together a team all DOROTHY DARNIT -

p of his own, composed of the Junior Ty Churles McMan l

t set of boys; of this place. Mr. Petty M .
I and his have been TARE YES I M CoIWC ou ARC So:
i F' players get You WAITING BUT MY DEAR [
+ ting in nice and To TAKE GECII; I WISH i YOU CAniT FOOL. I'M NOT '
some practices a [ FOR MY SISTER? we ARt NOT GOODNESS .
game la hoped soon for the team. NEROUT.o 1 COULD Com GOING TO A Ma. wi t-r c E DISGu18Q0lU IS THAT YOUR

"A game was slated for the junior A MASQUERADEBM.L MSOURAO D15faUSED{ REGULARFACE'

team last Sunday afternoon but on A GALL FoR?
a 1! Lle
.; .Account of rain it was called off SOMETIME

until a future date. Two names

er f>t the players and a,title for the

club has not yet been announced

>>y Mr. Petty.

I Mrs. Ollie Thompson has returned }
h to her home In Jacksonville after -
spending several weeks here

f as the guest of Mrs. John Cordon

Mrs. Joe Cason and Mrs. J. H. r

Dowling were la Jacksonville Sun-

day as the guests of their brother r' IIIr

and son, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dowl-

Ing Jr.




d p leis Ellen oJo....., Can

I w :! I. Mrs. Iona Byrd and daughters, "THE'MAINTTfflNG'ON'MAIN'STREET'1: By'Bitttjg L.. Zehi JI

l ()f Tampa were visiting relatives .

here Sunday.
11 Messrs. Leon Dryden, J. A.

Graves, John Surrency, Ezekiel 4({: J Buss FRIENDS 1 XWHT "TOUR VOTES RQ COUNCILMAN tT4 A 4MAJZT; '

Dryden and Leon Graves were visiting ON NOV. T5 BCCAUSS SAM KC BEST MAt1- +

j In Orlando Sunday. MAIN TBEET'0 Brt'EDEr1tt1T If I 'ToLD fail *AT MY OPPONENT r. A CfZOOK. GIN CAN PUO.

', Mr. and Mra. George Conway of TAPER 4 HAIn 4t A LIAR A THIEF, AND A CDC8UPTTCY PoL.r1'CIIIN A UNE LnCE 1HAT

Palatka, were visiting Mrs. Con- ;- WOULD ARREST MC Sf SUE ME

i A way's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. ODD LOTTS GO"CAMPAIGH1HG ydif / FOO LlS'EL.I SO Z AM NOT
Fogg here Thursday. ltifi TELL YOU T"' AT EVEN" IF IT I 1"-" TRUE ME'tL GET MY
Mrs. L. R..
Wasdea and son,
Thomas, of Palatka ypgJA
were visiting ..." N..A'lwrrr 7 '
relatives here last : -"r r E M. >tiIt POT r .
week.\ ;. eranwS e ?1rAGE QdAST

Those who attended the birthday ''f/11'14/ ELECTION nrr ToDAy

: dinner of Mrs. H. D. Wasdea HEARING\ ODD LOTTS. t fro

+t, Sunday reported a delicious dinner LOCAL CANDIDATE' TOR fOTIdLEEREU eu ..
: I and a good time.
Mr. and Mrs. Forest Reynolds of
Jacksonville were visiting friends HEAW LINE. OF CAMP-

p 3 here Sunday. AKSN CHATTER TOS4K -- ..'- ....

,, Everyone Is cordially invited to INTELLIGENT NOONDAY i

- : 1 attend Easter services at the Baptist CROWD ON MAIN*

i church here next Sunday. STREET. eeo

: .

Twelve hundred persona were I --- .......- e e.MeIIN

? dered in Purls In 1792. I --. rt'W .. _sass._.. .,.... --- --- -.- -- -. ., -... '

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,t, APRIL_ -.- -- __ _. .

0'n . second semester. I his mother's eye but he's not even Harold Bishop went to Jackson

--1 H Hii ------ ap-peallng to me." vllle Saturday.

Old Mrs. Flint: and what shoulda Edith Jones and Leonard Smith

Ut S.: JOURNAL polite little boy say to a lady Elaine Wynn wept to Jackson went to Gainesville recently.

who has given him a" penny for ville last Saturday week Ai1TO1t10'il1PI1Y
carrying her parcels ? MY '
A. W. Anderson> went to Jacksonville
Little Boy: "I'm too polite to tell

you ma'am." Sunday. I was born near Hampton, Bradford -.

We over that round, come tearingout an' don't break any China. large attendance, and will do our 1 Mrs. Hudson, our teacher, wentto County, Florida, on February

drETHAPNESManaging ( fresh, Pardon me, please I gotta best to make it a success. Prices Listen! If you were not satisfied Jacksonville last Saturday 16, 1918?; during the time when
I with report card this month
A litUe punch-drunk, but shtill sneeze: will be announced next week. your week. the United States was engagedin
Editor "Alaska!" why not try hard to make it per-
good I guesh! war against! Germany and her
ROIILNSONixchange I II fect the last month of school?
REDCE We're dancing and scoring, on the Walter: An' how about some IMPORTANCE OF RAINFALLNow He: "What do you do with your allies.I .

Editor road to the crown, ,I Swiss chlz? Esthonla dime. I clothes when you wear them out?" don't recall very clearly, but I
) Customer: O. K. But d'ya call "Let's run over a few things together hoard the Joyous celebration of the
HARLEYLiterary When Bam! another test, and "He's imagine for a moment Him: "Wear them home again,
.ABBIE down! He's down! this Turkey? Why, it tastes like I what would happen If all rainfall' ," said the automobile Instructor naturally." armistice which was signed on
Editor Gulena! An' ya said this wuz a to his pupil. November 11. Church bells rear
I should cease. All rivers and
LtCILLE: EDWARDS: big, roomy restaurant; why, I'm' whistles blew, people cheered and
Saved the bell streams show And I
by as goes the would at once a now say,
Editor packed in here like a Sardinia big There were five more ninth grade there was much merrymaking.When .
Sports old saying; marked decrease in stream flow; Good lay,
fool! the honor roll this I was small, I WAS
month quite
INDIAN pupils on
JOHN Into the third month, we're reeling the lakes would soon become shallow I must away.
Could'ja bring me a drink? than last month. sometimes allowed to sit on the
Editor we're swaying. ; the earth itself would lose its .
Society Walter: Could I? say Canada floor and play. I couldn't walkor
MAST Once more our old self, we're beginning fertility and turn into a barren FIFTH OKADB
JOYCE (hie) swim? but means of travel
'"Miss Smith" said the dentistto creep my
to click waste. Trees would lose their
Reporters ; Customer: Fine! Now bring me was to lie down and roll over and)
Class his when for .
Dunn Here comes our old jinx-ah, boy leaves vegetables would dry up secretary leaving Our room had a perfect attendance
Jennie some Brazil nuts Sweden" coffee over until I reached destination -
an Grade Canova, -he missed slick! my and crops would not grow. All living the golf course, "If anyone calls: Tuesday of last week. my
Bunnle an Denmark bill. which was usually the fire-
ltd Grade my things would be obliged to live please tell him I have eighteen cavIties We have had some tadpoles In

Marjorie Stump Snyder Well, here Is the month with the along the sea coasts and even here to fill this afternoon." our room for several weeks. Last place.
Louise times I have been found
nth Grade Lennon mid-term exam, Famous Sayings of Famous People life would eventually be at an end. Wednesday after the rain, we put
Hazel there with ashes in mouth,
9th Grade. But pshaw! we feel great; wedon.t Jonah: You can't keep a good -- You know, folks, a teacher said them ousido in they water. They my all

Joke Editors give aWe -,.. man down. SOPHOMORE: NEWS the other day that if all the mon- seemed to like it very much, Judging nose, ears and eycn, and ashes
face and hands. It usual-
CL7DE MORGAN ward off the monthly with I Sampson: I'm strong for you I ey spent for chewing gum were from their actions. In the over my
I given to the schools: no one would I ly took a considerable amount of
afternoon we caught them and
STUDENT nonchalant ease; kid.Nero We have some Spanish students and water to restore nat
VCR H. S. the home fires burn- be paid in script. them back into soap my
; "Whatsamattah, old chap-y* look : Keep put their Jar. Friday
11. OFF, POLITICS who are improving Immensely in ural complexion.
sYERS weak in the knees. while we were having geography -I
Ing.Milton first year Spanish. We wish them When I was still quite small my
Over-confident, now, as we rush : : I've lost my Palr-o-dlce. success. Son: "Mother, today you will a perfect frog jumped from brother little red
got a on
ring the recent political up- our old foe, Jack, the giant killer: Don't. kid I look upon my face for the last the jar about midway the room. wagon
University of Florida, We sophomores are hoping to his birthday. To ride in It was my
ri the We know it's right heartless, but me, big boy. time. We have enjoyed watching their
former graduate fulfill the place of the Juniors next special delight, but the wagon of-
Knight a we'll have to Kaiser: Them days are gone for- Mother: "What! You would have development very much.
successful can- go. year. We hope to entertain the ten got upset while turning a corner -
H. s., was a member of the And then he swings !in with a ever.Napoleon seniors next year, as well as the I your home forever?" 'I Gladys Garret brought our room too fast, and the ride ended
,. was a the youngest of i thump aimed to fell, : The world is mine. Juniors did this year. Sun: "No mother, I'm goingto some water snails, which she got rather unhappily.Once .
au" Noah: Nobody knows how dry raise a beard. in Jacksonville.
political parties at the I Smack-slump! Uh, gosh! Thank Edna and Eleanor Harrisonwere I when I was sick the doctor
I! am.
two a candidate -, there's the bell! visiting friends and relatives ; came and gave me some meLU-
raity, He was Socrates: I know my onions. in The ninth will have class FOURTH on.%DE NEWS! remember about
to the Lyceum Orange Heights Sunday. grade cine. The most I
membership Udysseus: There's no place like
and won after a closely We're off on the fifth, pale, ner- pins this year. They will have the I that was the very unpleasant tasteof
1CU, campaign.A vous, but calm, home. NINTH NEWS AND WHAT NOT initials, "B. H. S. '33" engravedon The following students have the medicine and how much I ,

ested And trying to find where that them. been on the honor roll each month disliked the doctor. '

TSITORRembert clout came from. Aboil Ben Adhem (By A. W. Anderson, Jr.) this term: Eloise Hayes, Katherine Once, when I was about four

\ We thought we'd studied every Abou Ben Adhem, as his luck Increased Hay! Hay! Hay! "Well," sighed the suitor, "since Stafford, Frances Overstrcot, Car years old, my two cousins, my

page in the text; What do you say you won't marry me, perhaps you olyn Keen and Elizabeth Wells. brother and I were visiting my
i M. Cox of Brooky vie- Here come the monthlyduckedgone Was stopped one night, and his I If I Joke some, will return the ring." Robert Sullivan came back to grandmother. We were playing :; '

Y[. was an interested to the next. poker game ceased. And strike you dumb "If you must know," snapped the school today after being absent all together very happily, when broth 1

!to the pradford County High I He saw in the light of the ante- With our ninth news? girl, "your Jeweler has already last week. er made me angry; so I decided to

d I last Friday. He showed We regain our composure, our balance room. called for it." We are getting ready for Eiister. "get even" with him. I bit his

Interest In the Commercial : our wits, Making it blue, like a violet in Folks, we took some more sta- Betty Stringfellow baa drawn a arm. bringing a shriek from him, !

Physical Education Depart- the bloom, tictlcs have in the ninth grade. We We of the ninth grade have fiveor chicken coming out of his shell. and grandmother from the kitchen ;'
And are jabbing, are cutting, I
u. Mr. Cox has had training old boy to bits! The officers, so terrible to behold! found the class average in the third six Jig-saw puzzle fiends In our Several other girls drew chickenson to see what caused the disturb : ,

experience along practical Exceeding drink had made Ben month of the second semester was room. the blackboard. ance. I was rewarded with a slap, J fir
"Be we're a-
prepared yelling
and expressed: himself as toes Adhem bold, 'I 35 per cent higher than the class Gladys Lennon and Andrew and strange to say, it took away: l
jig on our ,
ied with the modern trend of And to the policemen in the room average the second month of the She: "He may be the apple of Grlffla were absent Monday. (Continued on page 7.) f '
He considers It de- When plop! old test lands square said I _______ !:
atlon. he : I
jle that such practical subu on the nose! "What wantest thou?" The captain t

typewriting be taught in raised his head \

,Igh' schools" He was impressed, Seems like we're tougher, we don't And with a look of great malignity, t A OINIRAL maw MOTORS VALUI ;Y! R A; i; ,:
the efficiency of the com- ] ache at all; Made answer, "Those whom in this y

ial department of our own Shorthand and English-all losing game I see." I !

A. their gall! "Wlll'st take a bribe?" said Abou. ,
We'll rake in that credit, it's not "
Cox is an experienced radio Nay, not so, |I > 1BB I

ator. At the regular weeklybly at all hard; Replied the cop. Now Abou spoke Now can s.0 : ,
he addressed the highI Next: side-step that test, now wind more low I you Aa e

I on "The Theory of Radio up the card! But frightened still, and said, "'I

Its Practical Application toamerce. It's all preparation, now, then pray thee, then buy

." Much of the addressof the showdown/ I Do not take me with all these' a'f
course technical, but the By gosh! We're weaker! But we'll other men." I The Chevrolet MMt f Six Sport' Roadster' y,

Rents of howradio last the round. A reporter wrote, and vanished.The '" /
gained a good I ; i535
works.the We pass by the monthly, a toughone next night : : ? c w- ;

j afternoon Prof. Gray inn it be; The paper came with great, red, 48L! CHEVROLETSIXCYLINDER jl

Mr. Cox to talk to the InErlal Now for review-what a wide open glaring type ._. '

Geography class. Variousof sea! And showed the names whom for- FP ( ;

of commerce were discussed. We feel that we're slipping, approaching tune had not bless'd : i n .:: ,1'I
the last! And 101! Ben Adhem's name led all : ,

HTB JOVKNKY THROUGH Knees weak, eyes dim, arms weak- the rest. 68

I 1033-33! ening fast! I

Gosh we hate to flunk-.gee whiz! :' Old Father Hublmrd

(By Lester Austin) wotta clout!! Old Father Hubbard went to the

Kouml-IJy.Kound We're gone! The referee ". nine cubbardTo I CLOSED GAR t .

irst we're bewildered, disgusted '-ten!" and we're OUT! get himself a drink; I The Chevrolet Matter Six Coup The Chevrolet' Matter Six Sedan

afraid; I But when he got there, : *495The .565 .
'made that- -schedule?-if Indeed YE OLE BUNG CORNER The cubbard was bare "

it was made? And so he got one at the sinkSelected. : :' '' *.- for as little as <,

eliminate confltctlons; aw, (Lester Schnell, Scribbler) I

poppycockpooh! Walter: Hawaii? II

ii, work In four subjects-with Customer: I Haiti tell ya. SENIOR NEWS I

Just room for two! Waiter: Aw Guam.

a weck'r two later, we've got Customer: Walt'll I hang up my The members of the Senior class as $445 ae '
wish to their appreciationand
straightened out, Panama. express !

T all, this'll be no. one-sided Waiter: Are ya Hungary? gratitude to the Juniors for ( () '
bout! Customer: Yes, Slam. the party which they gave us Friday +rbt. All pr/c..I. o. b. Flint Mich. Sp c//mtjuip
1 r., ,,, Lowtt.livr+d prIG...nd
U win the fight now then credits Waiter: O. K. I'll Russia Fiji. night. .. '
-{ Chevrolet Matter Sic Coach> *r O. M.A. C. Irm Chevrolet Mutter Six Town Sedan ,
we'll reap, Customer: Yeah an' a Turkey, The Seniors are going to have .. -... < .' < .'. ,'
n. Oof! that monthly test In too, with a lotta Greece; don't Luz- "Senior Stunt Night," Friday, i &f" < M, S515t;{>,,( ;,-''''

lie plexus deep! on-y of it. Put a little Chile on i It, April 21. We are planning for aI $,jy. : ( < "\! ):/ ,a ; ,.-",/ .'''; ''irI :", .', r ," < u' ',, .o\,';', C17.dl iL.
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TNC Vpeo CuT Oda) : 5 sgo'iS ryA'S The Chevrolet Standard Six Coach The Chevrolet Standard Six Coup
waSwto t>I.5 S lOf 4Iet1TTJVST Mlueo Qt7 SASrr 9oSHOOLOurr. ILK t '445
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Now-for the first time-there are two lines of Chevrolet Sixes Ventilation. Both have silent second gears and smooth, fast.

-the Standard end the Master. Body-styles for everybody, six-cylinder engines. In the Standard Six you enjoy all '

n lw' Prices for several different groups of buyers. But only one these advantages-at the lowest operating coat of any full- f

standard quality, and that's the very same high standard size car on the road. In the Master Six, you get all these '
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I a e. that has made CHEVROLET the greatest name in low-price advantages, and many more, in an unusually large, luxurious

/ transportation! Both Standard and Master Sixes offer models car, along with the greatest all-round economy of any car
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fie' i
with wood-and-steel bodies by Fisher-equipped with safety of its lite. And Chevrolet prices are now as low as $445-

plate glass in the windshields, and featuring Fisher No Draft for the Standard Six Coupe I II g

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: Mr. and Mrs Wm. Dobrow. |' not more than $1,800; the person '!'Lack of A'tisniion; + to Hair, !- an'S end Elbcv! ::;

The little folks enjoyed many 'I next. In rank to the chief deputy

,3iiiJctiIJ varied games throughout the afternoon would receive not more than 60 j I Detracts From Da-niy Attractive Apr
I a
and after a happy time, per cent of the official's salary but e ":;r:.

refreshments of Ice cream and j not In excess of $1,600 a year.
I. ---
cake in rainbow colors were servedby Court Reform and t a us.' Ytin t I,

Mrs. Wm. Dobrow assisted by I Judicial circuits in the State Frequent Shampoos 'y+" :

Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy. would be cut from 28 to 14 under a J Brushing Will Keep a
JOHNSON-MOORE paid Mrs. Hutto for welfare work.A .
Introduced in the House
I Mrs. Many pretty gifts were receivedby measure l Locks Healthy and ? .
motion was made by the little hostess from her this week by Rep. George W. j ,

Mrs L. C. Oliver of Baldwin White, seconded by Mrs. Holtzen who Knos and Scofleld of Citrus. Several other Lustrous.By .
guests were: Betty
:has announced the of dorf that Auxiliary dues be reduced also !
engagement bills the
: and .Joe Mon. touching: on subject
Hayes, Margaret
her Lucile Johnson to from $2.50 to $2: ,00 a year. V. VTVAUDOU
daughter, Yar- hit the hopper. ,
tleth, Fay and Mary Alice ?
Mrs. Holtzendorf gave a splendid Consultant National Beauty monitor
Paul M. Moore of Lawtey. The
borough, Merry Beth and Charles Under the measures tha circuits
will take at an early report on her finance program. Three Important-aids to feminine!
will beheld Knight Patsy and Billy Wainwright would be made up as follows: I
The next regular meeting
date. the second Tuesday in May at John and Virginia Anderson First Escambla Santa Rosa Oka- charm which altogether too many

the Legion home.WOMAN'S Betty Sewell, Peggy Ann Wiggins loosa, Walton, Holmes, Washington 'women either Ignore or pass over

JEARGERTON-LONCJ George Flynn Beverly Parks, and Bay; Second, Jackson, Cal- too lightly are proper care of the

I Granvllle Lewis Shirley Weaver houn, Gulf Liberty, Franklin r tJalr. the hands
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Eagerton of Sara Barefoot, Helen Crews Wan- Gadsden Wakulla Leon and Jefferson and the elbows. & W f 1,

:!Metier Ga., .have announced the ELECTS OFFICERS da Pearce, Josephine Johns, Ev- I ; Third Madison, Taylor ," There Is

engagement: of their daughter, elyn Newsome, Othma Haynes, i Hamilton, Suwannee, Lafayette ( nothing I feel.

, Ruble L. Eargcrton to Harvey 1.. The Woman's Club met in the Betty :MjRae J. A. Martinez, Maurice Dixie and Columbia; Fourth, Nassau tbat can more i

f Long of Jacksonville. The wed- club rooms Wednesday afternoon, Edwards, Jr., Paul Canova Baker Union, Bradford and quickly cause'

ding will take place April 16. with the president, Mrs. W E Billy Blakely Billy Smith, Mack Clay; Fifth Levy Citrus, Hernando -! a woman to appear )

.' --- --- -- MlddletAn.. presiding. After sing Futch, Barbara Keene, Frances Alderman Pasco and Sumter: Sixth., Du- untidy : e. 5

MRS. GEO. II. L WRY Ing "America, the'Beautiful", repeating Melba Strlngfellow Hilda val, St. Johns Flagler and Put- than hair that I

ENTERTAINS AUXILIARY the collect and saluting the Searing, Elise Green. Margie Claire nam; Seventh, Volusla Lake, Sem- baa been allowed e

Flag a short business session was Manning, Freddie Wimberly, Leon, inole and Orange; Eighth Gil- to go : j

of the Jr. and Bobby Gray. Ida Lulu and christ Alachua and Marlon; Ninth, .. aosbampooedtoo
The Ladles Auxiliary held.The I
( ., Church met at the officers for the ensuing year Marjorie Davis, Jackie Strickland, rllllsborougu and Pinellas; Tenth, long. A

Presbyterian were elected as follows: Lyle Anderson Buddy Andrews' Polk, Osceola and Brevard; Eleventh clean scalp and
home of Mrs George H. Lowry I
Mrs. W. E. Middleton, president and Junior Harley. Indian River St. Lucle Mar- V.VIvaudou. hair of silken

Tuesday afternoon. Mrs E. K. Perryman, vicepresident. tin, Okeechobee and Palm Beach; sheen Is as es

.: The meeting was opened by Twelfth Manatee scotia I as a good complexion or pro
Sarasota Har-
scripture being read by Mrs. Carl file. of the In
,JUNIORS ENTERTAIN I Regardless style
Mrs, W. Tt. Parks, secretary.Mrs. dee and Highlands; Thirteenth De-
Jackson, and led in prayer by Dr. which hair Is
SENIORSITII PARTYAn your worn frequent ,
treasurer.Mrs. Soto
O. H. Lowry I Charlotte, Glades, Hendry <
Lowry. will It smell
slmmpotfs keep clean'
. L. A. Davis and Mrs A. Z. Lee and Collier; and Fourteenth,
Hiss Harriet Raymond a missionary '
and lustrous. Whether
Ing, healthy,
Adklns wore elected delegates to outstanding social event of' Broward, Dade and Monroe. The
!.J from the Philippine the Trl-County Federation of Clubsto the week at theWoman's circuits It be weekly or semi-monthly, by allmeans
. was a party given I would have one judge with
< Islands a most interestingtalk hair and always
keep scalp
on their gave mode of living and be held in Lawtey In May. Mrs.J. Club building on Friday the exception of two judges each clean. your A

L. Peek and Miss Pearl Jordan evening by the Junior class of the for the First Second Sixth, Ninth, I
their customs also (showing costumes -
the people.A were elected alternates. Bradford County High School in ,Tenth and Fourteenth circuits, under -!I hair responds gratefully/ to brushIng Billie Dov*' Lovely Hands Have Inspired Poe
worn '
Action was taken to send a telegram honor of the Senior class and member the proposal. I each night and don't itop nn

large number of visitors were to our legislators at Tallahassee of the High School faculty.The I I tll the scalp tingles-and for thai

present besides the regular mem- I urging them to do all in guests met at the clubhouseat School Reform pleasing gloss Indulge In a little llicy/, ward) to be In Brnndmotlier'sday hour In beautifying ''fate
:bers. After the meeting a delicious Senator Getzen, chairman of the i i I brllllantlne."Pale I
their power to retain the county 7 o'clock and were received In Senate |, and many women of the present selecting the proper i'i "as ol
Committee i I
salad course was served by the I I home demonstrators. Also which on Education, Hands Beside the Shnllmnr' generation need advice In keep I der rouge and
)i a sep the library was beautifully llpsn\' H from
lioatess.3IRS. today said he will Introduce in the Is but of the of
if- one scores songs( ing them in good rendition. One better grades of
arate wire urging that they use all decorated for this occasion witha Senate cosmetics, and
y administration sponsored I rod poems which lovely bands have way to keep them sort and almost
Influence possible for the advancement profusion of cut flowers. Draped young wholly neglei; tlielr''

n. E. WEAVER of our schools. from the chandelier were streamers The public school bill. 'jisplrei Let's take a peek at our looking Is to Oil two snuce dishes their hands, end their 'elbow

ENTERTAINS bill, as drawn for presenta- hands. Are they worthy of a with warm oil some night when almost
: Mrs. W. E. Middleton gave an of pink and silver the class tion lown you are equally Important to
would centralize full control sonnet In tbelr present condition are not going out. Then soak an feet grooming. The
Interesting report of the state con- colors, and above the fireplace In of 'ibscrvo
On Tuesday afternoon at her vention of Woman's Clubs,meld in large letters was the word "SEN- In Florida's public school system Are the nails immaculately clean elbow In each dish. You can even the suggestions I have Just' n

borne, Mrs. R. E. Weaver entertained Avon Park in March. Mrs. E M. IORS." On the mantle was a the State Board of Education at I How about manicures more often rend for half an hour while praotieing coupled with the careful and r

a few of her friends at bridge. Davis gave a beautiful piano solo large basket of pink poppies, and Tallahassee much In the same man and let's cream our bands at night. this beauty trick. Rubbing a lar removal of all superflunui t

The living room, where theguests I entitled "Raphsody in G. Minor" at each end silver candle sticks ner as administration's\ debt I to keep them soft and white. Because half lemon on them helps! to keep will help you most material),

funding bill would centralize who knows band kissing them white too.
entertain public making a dainty, attractive
were pleasantly
by Brams, and Mra.' R.. J. Davis holding pink candles. In the auditorium I IM>
,. fiscal affairs In the State Board might again become' the vogue. It has often been my experience ance wherever
ed, was prettily decorated with! sang, "In the Garden of Tomorrow" and sun parlor floor'' baskets you happen to be
of Administration' Elbows are more prominent than to find that women spend hour
sweet and upon regardless of the occasion
roses. At the conclusion I
(Graffe) and "Three Roses" wall vases and bowls I were

if : of the game, the hostess by Welsh. filled with a variety of flowers The measure was drawn under : other --
purposes, the measure further cases to 90 days, and contemplates

t4; (!served'. a tempting sweet course. I Miss Pearl Jordan gave a splendid consisting of larkspur, calendulas, other directions of Cov. Dave Sholtz and provides the creation of a boxing commission I

Enjoying the afternoon with Mrs., address on the beautification of gladioli, calla lilies, baby breath, members of his cabinet on Expenses Cut and modification of boxing I I L AWT{ El'

; ;. Weaver were: Mrs. A. W. Ander-'I' the home-stressing the combination roses and oleander formed an effective the State Board of Education. It I Setting another precedent, the restrictions.

f son, Mrs. Nellie ., of for this was recommended by the Governorin O. J. Phillip, Cor.
comfort peace background gathering.The Efficiency Committee of the House Senator Walter W. Rose of Or-

Sam Anderson and Mrs. O. A. Wiggins -: urged the beautification of the honor guests were given corsages his message to the legislatureand announced Tuesday that it had lando has been chief exponent of ----

grounds surrounding the homes and boutonnieres of sweet Getzen said he would Intro- I closed its attache list with a totalof the real estate program with a Read Bulletin

itJUNUEUGAUTEN i and the utilizing of shrubs and peas> and rosebuds.At duce quest.the It bill-. at the Governor's re- 85 persons employed, and that number of bills for modificationof Growers interested should n

CLASS I flowers that grow wild. 7:30: the party attended the was read and discussedat compensation rates had been slashed laws dealing with tax assessments the bulletin board on the ship
GIVES SPRING PROGRAMThe a meeting of the
I Dainty refreshments were served beauty> revue and the movie "The mittee Senate Com to permit a saving of more than and delinquencies, providing platform here dally where tt

by the hostesses, Mrs. L. A. Davis, Cohen's and Kelly's In Trouble." on >Education. +I $10,000 over pervious 60-day legis- for public sale of insolvent properties will find the carlot movement
of Mrs. of
(' kindergarten pupils I Mrs. M. W. Morrow Mrs. John Ug- Upon the return to the clubhouse the bill the State lative sessions. for the creation of each county fruits and vegetables ctila icn

i'J George; W. Kenly gave a spring I I'J low, Mrs. R. F. Demorest, Mra. L. punch was served by six aopoho- Board of Education would have of a board of .review of assessments is furnished by the Florida St
rogram for the children the to set
of authority
D. Green Mrs. U a. Powell, and mores Geraldine Johns Mary Lu- age limits for children FOUR PROGRAMS and other changes In laws Marketing Bureau of Jackson

lower grades at the school assembly Mrs. Eunice Canova. clle Torode, Mary E. Wynn, Elizabeth terms courses minimum GIVEN TO SOLONS effecting real estate. Numerous who is at all times ready to :
on Thursday."The wage scales for teachers, standardsfor
Holllngsworth and Dorothy (Continued from page 1.) other real estate bills have been der any aid possible to our !I.I I..
Fairy's Visit short buildings, and
a play qualifications '
I BAPTIST W. M U. MEETS Sapp, and later art Interesting pro headed by beer and repeal legislation drawn and Introduced the greateri growers in the marketing of U
lh;. was presented very cleverly. The for teactfers;. supervisors, principals -
gram was enjoyed. The program ; includes reducing the residence proportion de.with tax certlI produce.
little girl who was changed into a and other subordinate school
I follows
Circle No. 1 of the Baptist W. was as : I requirements in divorce icates. Personals.
the officials.
I, : } fairy fairy queen, and the Acrobatic stunts and .
0' aongs M. F. Brown
M. U. met Monday afternoon at was visiting
bright colored looked
\ butterfly God
Barbara Snow Tax
and Sadie
j Prince. Approved family In Tampa over the w
real In their costumes. the home Mrs. W. O. String-
very pretty
fellow. The leader Mrs. J. M. Solo-Annie Laura Tucker. Voting 26 to 11, the senate Wed .f
1 ,r' Several Easter songs were sung read PUPILS OF EYES SHUT OPEN WHEN AUTOS PASS end.Mr

and dramatized by the children. Brownlee led the devotional using Prophesy .by. Genevieve nesday parsed administration's. I and Mrs. J. S. B. Mojer

," .Each: child had selected one fav- for her scripture reading part of Kenly. bill canto* far retention for an- AT NIGHT Jacksonville, were visiting t

the 8th chapter of Luke followedby Will read by Hope Haynes.The other twrf years of the seventh I afternoon.Mrs. .
..j L't': ,;Ute song which, she sang alone. Monday
'I' Springs poems, games to music, prayer by Mrs. R. A. Thomas.A prophesy and will were written cent a galon| .tax on gasoline with I G.' A. Anderson was av

.and an Easter story told by Mr beautiful reading from the by Mildred Morgan and Lu- revenue support the gen- tor to Jacksonville Wednesday
cile Edwards. eral stategovernment Automobile accidents during dar kness and In that twilight periodo
., J :, Kenly completed the Mrs. Royal Service entitled "Why Enlist a measure
E. K. Perryman assisted program.Mrs. Ken- ," was read by Mrs. J. M. At the close of.the evening ice which the house approved Tuesday. :just after sunset are more likely t result In serious injury and

;' ly at the Brownlee. Collection for the afternoon cream and cake suggestive of the I The bill was passed Wednesday death than accidents during dayII g- tit. Why First, because during
A was $2.00. class colors were served. the guests, after brief\BiBate in which Senators dusk and darkness the field of via ion of operators is reduced_by In-
feature of
unique this -
that the program andseveral The afternoon was spent sewingfor who .were: Gillisf! /and Beacham, opposedIt adequate Illumination, and second ly, because headlight glare fromInds"
"Vi was fairy play
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Gray; Mr.
of the needy, after which a social as unnecessary at this time and approaching cars momentarily "bl drivers.
::1f the songs were Mrs.Kenly's hour and Mrs. C. W Larsen, 'Mr.: and as""closing"the door to-welcome 1 M 1tMa4 .......
was enjoyed when Mrs. ....
original compositions and u
Mrs, T. T. Mr. and Mrs D.:
Long, relief for the motoring ---
have been used by her in other Stringfellow, assisted .by Mrs. J. taxpayer"
.' M. Brownlee served delicious re- P. Carpenter, Mr and Mra. H.: B. SenatorsJeraon, Gomez Hilbura PowOwnership

:. kindergarten programs. freshments. IcLendon, Mr. and Mra. T. J. Alderman ,Holland, Stewart and Whitaker O'

'. >I. The little girls who have attended Miss Isabel Fernandez
5' Those present were: Mesdames I spoke passage of the measure. Sure
t tVHB
Mrs. Kenly's kindergarten Mrs. Frankie! Hudson, Mr. Harold It
Joe waa thehouse bill which the .
throughout the have shown E. Edwards C. J.I powell, W. ... -
year 'rlester, Lake Butler. senate approved. Efforts to .;
tiv a-remarkable Improvement in J. Epperson, C. R. 'Clark; J. H. pa.ssthe \'. wile. >r mtoo
:; musical Seniors: Mack Davis, Ivan Ha- senate bill on the same subject'Tuesday ( 1ill' provmon you .
Hundley, R. A. Thomas W. H. Andrews II .Y jafrjuard' the fininfe "rd
and dramatic \\11\(\ '
ability ""
f{ zen, John Inman, Morris Jackson threw the senate Into .
J, H. Pitts, P. M. Barefoot In your properly a i
\ Iti Thornton Johns, Malcolm' Lewis, its first Jor\debate of ,,the.
> seseiod fin innuinM '< papaforms
E. C. J. M Brownlee T. ,
i Harmon Morgan, Harry Sapp 'and out !
brought several
M. Hutchins, S. F, Hamrick and .
( Harry Tyson Frank Williams, amendments which sought but fail- (. nditrtngibrnnl a
: The American W. B. Mundy, Jr. { .I this ptoieceion yoiii
M Legion Auxiliary Dollie Dinkins, Lucile Eadwards, ed to give all or part of the revenue .,." ( iiIiiiiiiiiiii'' : and your equlii ,n:1I:
Mrs. Geo. B. hostessto .
held Flynn was
,;;: its regular meeting Tuesday Ina Forsyth, Abbie Harley Hope to the schools and counties. ,.; : "i"f'i'; \ property made MCUW
Circle No. 2 of the Baptist W. : ;; :) ::; 1'61.1 ; '
? afternoon at 3:30: o'clock at the Okie Hinson Beatrice ," .. '' /.; ..
Haynes Homestead
Act :, ,r.
a. which M. U. Monday afternoon at 3 ::00 ." .,1'..." :" ,"". linn, i/our iiuurann fioH+
Legion home was prettily : .
Johns, Lorle Yelly Genevieve Ken- Opening of State-owned lands '. "'' . roar Cfll.l/ pon or ww
o'clock. ... .'
q decorated with baskets of spring ..... 1
The rooms where the guests ly, Joyce Mast, Mildred Morgan, for homesfeading purpose was pro- .,. .. ', ,. .... ." .

ft' /lowers. Clyde. Morgan, Pearl McEachern posed today by J. O. Brown of .' ":, \, .. .. .=. ... ._ HAROLD C. WA
gathered were decorated -
tastefully ; ) "
The called to order "
meeting wa : "
l Ruth Rowe. Essie Sapp Margaret Dade in a measure intro- .,;.. : .. INSURANCE
.t,: by the president, Mrs Vonda In- with roses and larkspur Mrs.L. . ... .. '
Wllllama Elizabeth William duced in tli"tHouse.
Car- .
Under the
.. man and was opened with the't G. Powell led the devotionalwith STARKE. FLORIDA
91 Cain, Maurice Morgan, Oveda posal the commissioner of Agriculture .
a scripture reading from the
ergeant-at-arma In the
Andrews Ellen ,would be '
Wiggins. directed to \
fa flag followed by a pledge of al- 11th chapter of Hebrew., After carry
Others were: John Andrews out the 1/1W. and no homestead "
the usual business session the afternoon
Mrs J. W.
legiance. ;
Prayer by Gratton Cooper Nelson Faulkner, would be less than 10 acres nor _..
$ ,White Auxiliary chaplain. Preamble Wad spent sewing. more than 80
Lacy Futcn; Bobby Johns, S. acres In size. '
I v read, roll call minutes of Th hostess assisted by :Mrs L. Those During the four-hour period of 5 connected with the brain by the op-
Johns, Eldredge'Roblnson. Lester persona desiring to obtaina
.;p previous meeting were read and G. Powell, served delicious refresh- Schnell Fred Joe Shuford patent on: 'the to 9 p. m. last year 29.37 per cent tic nerve), With illumination inadequate TIIEATnE
Shaw property would
.t.::. approved. Reports of the different ments to the following members: A. E. Wall, Clifford Hazen, Purvis have to live on it three years and of all the automobile accidents oc- however, not enough lightis GAINESVILLE, FL.\.
committees were given and Mrs. G. W. Alderman. Mrs. E. L. resultedIn admitted to the to make a
s. applications Hazen, Bunnie Canova Carlie I cultivate not less than one-tenth curred, but these mishaps eyes _
f.] voted on. Biggs, Mrs E. M. Thomas. ))frs.F. 9,070 deaths or 31.26 per cent clear Image upon'the retina. Consequently -
Beatrice Miner of the in
Faulkner area the
; Mary second and .1PR
year OF
,,M Mrs. Inman a interst- F. Flume, Mrs. N. 'Williams, : drivers at see only PROGRAM WEEK
gave very Pearce, Marguerite Prevatt, Alta not less than two tenths at the beginning of all fatuities, figures compiled night -
., Ing talk on war and the Mrs. Chas Overstreet. Mra.! W. H. those that within rela-
prevention show. During the four-hour per i objects are
Uhme. Ruth Zelgler. Daisy Tompkins of the third year cad not FRIDAY
l' of war. A motion was made by Perkins, Mrs. C. W. Larsen, Mrs. George Arwood, Lester Austin less than three-tenths iod of 1 to S p. m., however 23.89 tively short distances-and those THURSDAY
1-. :Mrs. W. H. Holtzendorf secondedby A. L. Kahr Jr., and. :Miss Etta durinj per cent of the accidents occurred.The Imperfectly.The "42ND STREET"With
Henry Godwin, Norman Johns, third year. A fee of 50 cents
Mrs. L. S. Hutto that 200 poppies and I deaths from these accidents pupils of the eyes require
Holcomb Overstreet William acre would be
.' be ordered at once for sale Circle No. 3 met with the W. M. U. In the second numbered 8,980 or .per cent about as many minutes to open to 14 Stan-200 Girl
Jchnell, Richard Thede Palmer and
year an additional 50 centsan BANTER.81Ji
I\ president Mrs. Darby who led the from 6 a. m. to 6 p. m there were a maximum diameter as seconds to WARNER
here.A Williams Frow Strickland Lois acre woull be
required when \
motion was made and meeting, which was opened by If HEELER DICK PO
second- the : 409,100 accidents in which 13,500 close to a minimum diameter.
Adklna. Martha Powell, Idell demons application for a land nfBE
I' : ed that the donation of $3.00 be reading Luke 17 followed by an Jessie Mae Dennison, Mildred entered. ; persons were killed, or 32 killed a second Is required for the pupilsto GINGER ROGERS 1\IEJtKEL

editorial from Royal Service on contract for to the DANIELS UNASATURDAY
; for 1,000 accidents. The adjustment
f' I every
Dinkins Vera
Zenith is the Arabian word indicating "Mustard Seeds." Mra. Darby then Gainey, Kathryn 'Genpra.r3.Mool: Bin
night hours from 6 p. m. to 6 a. m. brightness of on-coming headlights )
r the point in the heavens dl- offered and Haynes, Kitty Hogsed. Carolyn Oa the Stale
prayer. (
iutto, Louise Jackson. Theo Kelsey The first gene. 4 school bill was I produced 336,200 accidents and ;l.5.- a minute is required for the pupils -
rectly above one's head I
treasurer read and BE''t'r'On
reports were
: ac- Lois Long, Elena Prather I. Introduced th House Tuesday. 500 deaths, or 46 deaths per l.OOQ to open to a maximum diam- "ALL,QItL.
and routine business trans-
i cepted Pauline and Thelma Priest Lula It was by C, A. Byrd Of DeSoto accidents. Thus the death rate eter generally necessary for night the Screen tttyMONDAY :
acted.A .
Renew Your Health and ( 43.7 Thus there is a brief "FROM HELL TO I1F:
+: social hour Redgrave, Dorothy Ritch, Marjorie would provide that no public I per accident was per cent driving. per-
enjoyed refreshments
Stump, Annie Laura Tucker, school funds could be expended for worse during the hours of dark? iod during which operators can

,7t i. By Purification being served by the and Dorothy Swanbom. home economics, manual training DeBS than during the hours of day- barely see. )

honteaa. EDMUND
vocational (training If this condition should last only MciAGLEV.:
: athletics, agriculture light VICTOR
Any physician will tell that Those .
'Perfect you present besides Mra. Darby or any extracurricular activities Night driving even when glare \la three or four seconds a car at 40 LOWE ADD
I. Purification of the System
were: Mrs. R. A. New Mrs.J. .
.3. is Nature's Foundation! ol>> om, "until there are sufficient absent Is exceedingly dangerous miles an hour would C9ver from 177 LUPE VELEZIn
D. Silcox Mrs. PROCEEDINGSContinued
t1 i Perfect Health." Why not rid W. A. Feeler, funds In the public school treasuryto because too many operators drive to 236 feet of roadway, and at the
Mrs H. M. Brownlee
yourself of ehronla ailment that Mrs. D. Sil- pay' thcoet: of the activities beyond their llghta. :Many are the rather moderatespeed of 253 miles -HOT PEPPER

ii q ere undermining your vitality cox Mrs. B. Johns and Mrs. J. II. ( from page 1.) after havtpg( paid the expenses of : night accidents briefly described, from 1000 to 148 feet. Any ob-

Fnrify your entire system by tak. Lord. $1,000 to J1.5OO. $1,200 unless income instruction In the prescribed course "Failed to see pedestrian until too ject or person within these distances TUESDAY & WEDSESD\f

\U lag a thorough course of Calotabsk is leas than $1,200 la which of study other than the aforesaid late." In the path of the car very "STATE FAIR"

i -.week. once*-or and twice see a bow week Nature for several reward JOAN DOBROW case'the amount of salary \la the activities for. a term of eight school Because of Inadequate lighting at likely would be struck,'and further .With

fl< you with health. CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY total Income: len than $1,000 annual I months." night thet upils of the eyes ,are any object or person within the additionaL .J 'tt'f_"a

'i Calotobs purify the blood by aotlratlng income, the entire income. "The salaries of teachers must be enlarged considerably In order to AWW<:'.---1MOJ'PUI1f'< "ow GAYNOIt 114LEWSALLY "UP'"
', ': the liver, kidney, toinarh Joan Claire Dobrow celebrated Head deputies under the measure paid in full before any general pub- admit more. ,light to the ?rVn rtaoees of;bay 126 feet at 40 miles EILERS

1 t' and bowel Ia 10( eta and 33 eta. her fourth birthday Wednesday I would receive not more than 75 lic school funds are used for ad- (the sensit'a **the *y! | and 56 feet at 25 miles very likely In Bit C**
1/of.1 And
''":';' ,j>>l&Ckai'I.-! delrlt., .(Adv.) ternoon at the home of her I per cent of the officer salary>IIti.t" i minlatratloa, transportation- -....... avctfvue ;the' image and fc i would be struck. I more


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--= Mr; and Mrs. A. H.
-:.._.... :':rdc';: 525252 2S25 L52525'SZ5252ASZS and son, who have made Jr..l' WilES PROHIBITION GOES It is. When father and mother, and use but little or none at all. ly dead
Fa----- I Write Your LegisLtorImagine Till the sun of God's love on us
their home for the past few the older boys get to drinking as

left last week fffr Wilmington N. I i Starke, Fla.. April 10,1933. they will need to do to fulfill the"wet" the situation when the shine,
Bits oi C.. where they will make their Editor Telegraph where will this ex- liquor interests try to lure every) Then we, like the flowers, arise to ,\
program new
home. Dear Sir: ODe into the drink habit,, Protectedby
American tra money come from? EvidentlyIt law, and with all Us "Ui&nity To eternity, and life sublime.
i What will the People
will have to come from what will feel that
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Saul Gain Will taxes b lowered? Will about them, they they
had as to
Mo ascended Heaven:
cal N I the family Is now paying to the have a right to advertise their The day
their "
I eV guests for the week-end Mr depression disappear?
and from earth
I grocer, the dry goods man "business."" And indeed it would
and Mrs. S. V. Trigg and Miss : It Is a moot question In the realmof The clouds were riven
the garage. All producers other be hard to find consistency In fleecy
Bonnie Bradford of Jacksonville, natural history whether the ostrich '
than the liquor men, will need to the of law When shafts of light and angelsbright
Concerning Our People, Business and and Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Lovell of Is really foolish enough to try I their placing protection I -
cut down their output, for from
around deriving a revenue a .
Ocala. to hide from, its enemies by sticking -
Progre of the County and Town thatit market Is bound to be lessened. tiling that was so Inherently evil Received Him into Heaven.
its head Intothe sand ao
The drinking man, besides not having that other laws restricting its sale
I Mr. D. T. Clark of Miami, spent cannot see them. But there appears as much money to spend! on the or use, must be made.It .

__.........---- the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. there is to a be large no doubt body of at people all that In necessaries of life as before, does should be evidenced that when NAT SEZ:

Darby was a visitor InJacksonville Mrs. E. M. Johns and Mrs.'T, J,' N. D. Wainwright and was accom- I not earn aa much as before. His and drink Is
United,States who think body sbul-destroylng
our own '
Charles Griffin motored to Jacksonville panied home by his wife, who had work Is no worth as much to his nearly
Sunday. and Here it Is Easter again
that they can hide from the evilsof dignified by recognition regu- I
Wednesday and spent the day.: spent several weeks here with her employer or to himself. He loses dressed for the
life Including the present fin lation for revenue, a great moral and time to get up y
and Mrs. J. L. Frazee were parents.Mr. ancial depression, by drinking/ m-re 'time through sickness and acci- force la surrendered Money is be- Annual parade. I don't know who
, Cot Mr. John has returnedto dents. His standard! of living is the first .
Monday. Hagan beer. ing valued above human life; Mammon guy
| ? Jacksonville Starke after a visit of several! and Mrs. W. M. Wainwrightand lessened, so that he does not buy; is being worshipped Instead I was that started \,
weeks with relatives In Miami.. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall Visit- It was indeed somewhat uncom the luxuries or even the necessities of God. : dressing up y j
B wynn was a visitor In ; ed St. Augustine Saturday and fortable in the prohibition frying) of life as before. The more on that day but
W. What will this nation" do? It
pan. That is, prohibition was not
Wednesday. were guests at a party given Mr. men drink, the more the manufac- who ever he '
Jacksonville Mrs. W. J. and Mrs l sl."emsertaln that unless those In
Epperson interests
entirely effective. Certain
and Mrs. L. of luxuries and necessities
George Pope of Jack turing was, I want to ,
George Anderson motored to Jack- ware continually calling our attention favor of temperance prohibition
the lessened
Andrews spentWedncsday sonville. must be cut down to meet thank him. A
Mrs rhelma sonville Tuesday and spent the day. to this fact. They seemed to demand. This. makes less are more active than they.
! Jacksonville. -- man can
in have been the laws preventing go
forget that the laws against bank, they
empioyement and needy families I
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Hurst and around in his
Mrs. Sydney Park and son stan- robbery, murder and kidnapping legalized intoxicants will short. I
D. E. Knight of Jacksonville, Friday are thrown upon the government overalls f
Mrs. or .
and family spent ,
Coi ley and little Miss Beverly Parks were not entirely effective either ly be expunged from our statute '
to Jacksonville.MSB : at the home of Mr. and Mrs. for support. shirt sleeves the
pent Tuesday of Atlanta, Ga., are guests at the let us see what Is behind this enthusiasm books. Is it not time for every t@ t
Edwards. \Vht Ktvr Freely 304 i
home of Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Parks. Roy They were accom- for the return of liquor. citizen who truly considers theprosperity other days
Estelle Davis of Sampson panied home by Mrs. E. C. George Let us try to visualize the situa- of his to exert of the year, but
| There is surely ome. motive for country
here Saturday. who will visit them. tion whon "houlliquor be legalized Easter Is one
City,, war visiting Mrs. E. S. Matthews and Mrs. O. all this zeal. himself to retain tho benefits
United States all the
In the I day he's got to strut his stuff or
I and substantial beneflts--
L. in Waldo large
and Harry Tts- Beasley spent Tuesday First, some of our rich men interests that are now hoping to
Jr., else he won't be noticed.
a. R lohn with Mrs. Gertrude Godby Anderson. -' Mrs. M. D. Carter, Mrs. W. G. which have cqme from the prohibition -
profit from It begin to press their ,
Jacksonville Sunday. have learned from the nations
on wer. n Strlngfellow Miss Louie Belle Car- amendment: ? -
ter, with their guests, Mrs. G. L. across the Atlantic all of whomare I activities. Remember there Is lit-I Write your representatives In I I raid the other day that thu At,4
i IVrry of Lawtey, was a Dohm and Mrs. M. D. Lowden of drinking for a revenue, that tie of courtesy! or conscience In 6
the state
T Mr. S. S. Dowling and daughter, will have legislature.F. ornry Ocnorul; had iniulo n rnJlnlC'tlUlt
busine.) visitor here last week. Nettle and Rev. L. B. Simpson of Miami, spent Friday In Jacksonville the expenses of government can be liquor business. These nation J. Puttee Jtarko, Florida/ no barrel may lx used" tlib ',a,
largely shifted onto the masses bya lost sight of when our leg- i I
visitors here Satur- and St. Augustine. .. thin 11010 nlll.ur "
Jasper, were I |lwhrnd year
''hesley Fogg of Graham, quite general use of liquor whichis alizes drink. There will be a rush "1118 M1SSItNI! 1.'II.I.En" ,
Mr ---- --- how hard tell your
day. 1III| you may
from all the countries that hope
here last Saturday. heavily taxed. Then come the
WM a "sitor Mr. P. E. Canova spent Sunday friends you ere, )'011'11 better got I
their In America. -
to market liquors
Miss Selma White of Tampa, In Ocala with relatives and was manufacturers of fermented By Mrs. W. F. Boulware covered "II| before going out to
Mrs. J. W. Andrewswere drinks, who are anxious to get Then there will be a demand to ?!
Mr md spent Sunday and Monday at the accompanied home by Mrs. Canova' When the blessed Master came leak for Easter; egg.
In Jacksonville Monday back into a brisk business again, that our own manufacturers be I .
visitors, home of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mun- and son, Paul III, who had spent earth
the past two weeks there with her and tell us also of the carpentersand protected by a heavy tariff that With tenderness, our love lIe :( { ;
____________ dy Jr. masons who It Is said, wouldbe will keep the entire profits In the sought Of course tree parade on Easter
mother, Mrs. D. F. Flowers. :
--- lends to church, but folks, a
of Gainesville, wa a put to work getting buildings United States. This will build upa of Galilee morning
D C Jones He walked the sea .
L. and and ,
Mr.nd Mrs. D.
Vining there Is a pre-Easter parade I tIt
Starke Saturday But let what is behind this strong monopoly that will be able
to us see
business visitor Miss Ruby Kilpatrick motored to Miss Mary Canova, Miss Beverly While Ills Father's love, he taught. leads to Sternberg'n Storeright k'
to control legislation so that should!
enthusiasm the return of
for: liquor
Jacksonville Wednesday and spent Cady, Miss Hazel Adkins and Miss ) down tlinr Call Street. And If ;:\
__. ready for manufacturing and distributing the country ever wish to go back But for healing the sick, who tossed on i
Miriam! Jacobs of,the F. S. W C.,
to know the
the want reason-
day. I to it will be you ;
again, exceedingly
of Brooker visited liquor. All this business prohibition
A Weeks Tallahassee arrived here this
R. in w
well, It ain't no secret and I don'tmind ,
difficult if not impossible On beds of affliction, and pain; ? I
Col. W. T Weeks Tuesday liven up the depresslony they,
father week and will the Easter
his spend
Carbone left Thurs- and boy, ::1
Mr. Angelo telling' girls
the meantime His reward,
say, Sand start the wheels to do so. In earthly was a cross,
for his home in after holidays at their respective homes. 'that has the goods and all the
day Chicago we
In other industries moving. Thenno there will be fierce competition Of humiliation and shame. ..
the winter months in trimmin's.
of the western partof spending doubt some hotel keepers, restaurant among our home producers. There .
H. C Kelley Mrs. N. Sternberg after several of
Starke. He took the office priest; -
In Starke Tues refreshment-stand, resort can be no hope of less smugglingand ':
the county was weeks visit'Jn'New York, with her
If these cannotbe Of Himself, a sacrifice did make, For Uio 1JB1'oung and old- ,iiHport i i
I and Influenced the bootlegging.
grocery men by
day. Mrs. A. M. Darby spent several son, Dr, Sammie Sternberg, and rose-colored propaganda of. the controlled now, much less can That all who loved the Son of Trouwra from a Dollar up ) I IMIIt.rt
the first of the week in relatives, has returned home accompanied God, S
to 1
days Shoes from t..911
And look ;
be then.
"wets" that their business we
A. S. Crews Is imagine they may
State's Attorney Gainesville with her daughter, Mrs. by niece, Shirley Rosen would be much better if for continued racketeering.In I The Father, would not forsake. fS.U.1.: Straw Ibis from Ol>o up .
court In Macclenny this they '/
attending berg, who will spend sometime ,-I- '
D. C. Jones. I to lC'"mllle| at 93.59. >
week. here. could add liquor to it. this time of depression It will Then after three days and nights in f
Let us see how all these hopes be found that drink cannot be pur- tomb, For thn Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Dell ''of for and better times be chased the scale by a anti Inure DrraHm iM-glnnlng! ae ] ;
and Mrs. C. E. Johns of had liquor can on alleged He then, to how the world
Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Struth '
Gainesville In Starke Monday ibis and $I..JO. Shoes !
were $ $1
fulfilled. In the first to those who that Its ;:1
In place, hope j
the week-end pro- That sins could be burled, and soul '
Ocala spent as their guests for the week-end, '
and 4
to see Mrs. Dell's father' Col of all klmli ?1.4I, $1.0,1
duce the business activity and will support our government.-Many .I .
rise again ,
Starke Mr. and Mrs. William G. Struth ; \
W. Weeks. 2,98.Come
T. '
large revenue contemplated In this of those who will have drink have with banners unfurled.
Go forward
and children Shirley, William and aroun"we'll 1 !
In and look i
of the i"wets" there will learned to fermented stuffat
Dr. and Mrs. E. H. Roberts of Miss Rosalind Jacobs, Miss Lillian Ann, Mrs. W. L. Edwards and program bo as nice as we can, ao help me. 1( \
Jacksonville Beach, were In Starke daughter, Fredrika and Miss Leah need to be much more liquor con- home, and will, as an economy How Heaven sang, ana angels rang i i ;
Sternberg, and Miss Annie sumed than at present. Just how measure, continue to do so. The Golden bells of praise, I d" r\\ \

Tuesday : Mae Pearce were visitors in Jacksonville Struth of Jacksonville.G. to people in this time of money hope of the manufacturing of liquor For Christ their Lord, His mission 'H l\\
A. E Wall Jr., and Eldredge Sunday. W. Alderman spent Wednes- stringency, are going to pay for and of the government also, filled, NAT STERNBERG
In Jack- so much drink Is not apparent. The if it realizes its plans of an income From the tomb of death was raised.
Robinson spent Thursday,, day in Tallahassee. Mr. Aldermanwas
Mr. and Mrs. L. A.' Gray Mrs. '
I average family Is finding It close from Is to Increasethe I l ." t )
BonvillcMr. R. F. Demorest and Miss Isabel accompanied home by his work to make both ends meet as demand for it by people who l So our lives, as seed lie apparent- Slarkc, Florida
I Fernandez motored to Gainesville\ daughter. Miss Mona Alderman, instructor "I.'
and Mrs. L. F. Smith and In music at the F. S. W -- ,. ', /, :
Friday afternoon. ', -. "' ::
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---- '
Mon. Billy were visitors Galneavllle -' C., who will spend the Easter holidays -

Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer McCrearyof with her parents.

Lake Alto, and Mrs. W. A. -- FLOUR JL
Eldredge Smith and Johnny Red Jolly of Waldo, were guests of Mr HOOVER BROS. '"S3 SPECIAL" .

grave were in Atlanta, Ga., one :-3 for $1.50. A quality photo. This LOVK
and Mrs. J. M. Smith Friday eve Til UK

day last week. nlng. In by the Hoover greatest Bran..bargain A HEAL ever PHOTO offered lip Top Grocery d d5ge I 1 b

Mr Lenthal Wymanof 24p
and Mrs. Col. W. T. Weeks who Is quite GRAPH. Time short.! Come NOW. :
Lake were visitors In Starke,
Starke City ill at his home is reported some HOOVER BROS. STUDIO, ,

Monday. better. The many friends of Col. Fla. ':

Weeks hope for his speedy re FLOUR
George Flynn of :Manning, S. C.,, I covery. Mrs. George W. Kenly will at-

II la spending this week in Starke tend a tea followed by an Interest-

with his family. The Woman's! Missionary Society ing program on Latin America, STARKE FLORIDA APR IL 14TH AND 15 T H COLE'S EXTRA24Dounds55c I
I week for
of the Methodist Church wlU holda which will be given this ,
Dr and Mrs. Frank Ward of I business and devotional meet- the members of the American As-

Fitzgerald\ Ga., visited relatives to at 3:30: sociation of University Women at
next Monday
Starke Sunday. '_;, I ing o'clock. the sonville.Bolles School, San Jose, Jack Butter,I Pure 22e Salt, 5 Dackages - l 10c i

I .; .x
V L Jackson of LaHarpe, HI is Mr.! and Mrs. :J.: It. G1U and Whole) Grain Rice

visiting his brother H. C. JackIIOn Joe Murden of Jacksonville, The primary and Junior depart- .
< I Jackie I lb. I lac
Best Cheese Good each l5c 1
and family. were the guests Sunday of Mrs. ment of the Presbyterian Sunday - BroQms. 25c

Gill's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. .M. school will have an Easter egg I 10 Ibs: -
Mr and Mrs. 1.. D. Green VisitedMr. hunt Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock

and Mrs. H. A. Dew In Jacksonville Alvarez. In the City Park. >
Macaroni 3 for l IOe & Powder for 25c
- Soap
Sunday. Pearce Mrs. :J.spent: M. Smith Thursday and In Miss Jackson-Mary NOTICEMy Lard 4 Ibs. 28cBacon. I

Mr and Mrs. :J.: Q. Godwin and ;

children of the State Farm, werein with vllle. Mrs.Miss Smith June Smith and spent returned the wife, Mrs. Mirrell Ahrendt, Irish Potatoes 10 Ibse 17c 4 2Se s spt.
Chipso pkgs.
Starke Monday. weekendRev. has left my bed and board and I - Best While ,

will not be responsible for any

A i Griffis and Luther Grlf and Mrs. M. C. Stith and debts contracted by her. Pound 8c
fie were In Tallahassee Tuesday at- children of Jacksonville, were Glrhart Ahrendt. Relish ]1Oc i II -1 IOe - -
tending to business.Mr guests Saturday of Mrs: Stith's - r pt. Mayonnaise -

Imitation gold used for gilding I .
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. a
E. J. rata : Brownlee.Mr. is made by an alloy of zinc and Bacon or Plates

spent Tuesday with his daughter, copper.
Mrs j W Andrews. Lye HomIny can 5c Lye 2 15c. .
and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy, s-------- 7 .
.Mrs. O. H. Meadle, State's Attor- Pound - C
Mr and Mrs. E. L. have
announced the birth of a Jolly daughteron ney to Jacksonville and Mrs. A.Beach S. Crews Sunday motored and I RITZ THEATRE CORN, 2 No. 2 cans 1Sc CEllTO, 3c bottle for _______ 2.ic

Tuesday April 11.

spent the day. STARKE, FLORIDA TOILET PAPER 6 for ------ 2Sc JAll/lUB/JEllS. dozen 5c Meal
Mi L. G. Couch of Plant City, Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Canova or

wa Mrs r guest B. at the home of Mr.and were guests at a dinner party BEG APRIL I ITUFRI.SAT. Pure Ground Coffee f Ibs. 25c E EOel31lonfe

: sapp Monday., given their by Mr.home and Mrs.In Jacksonville L. S. Youngat IOGRAM: ... 2 l 10 Ibs. - l 19c

GENT A wortCOLUMN Tuesday Friends evening.of Mrs. Z. J. Roberts of "OBEY.,TilE APRIL LAW"14-15 Peaches, No. 21% can, 2 for 25c Tomatoes :i iOua

Hastings who is a patient at the Leo Carrlllo, Dickie Moore eRa, ,

Lamb Hospital, will be glad to Also

LOST Small mule. Gone since know lowing that an operation she is doing Tuesday.Mrs. nicely. fol. Screen Snapshot and El Terrible TWEENIE{ WEENIE PEAS No. 2 can 15c 4 No. 2 cans 25c

Saturday night. Close clipped, TorreadorMON.TUES.

weighed 700 Ibs.. female, anchor Robert Tanner and sons, COFFEI
brand with M. on right hip. No- Bobby and Edward of Baldwin, ., APRIL 17-18 llardwaterSoap,4for----1 Sugar 10 Ibs. 45c 1

tify Corley Johns, Starke. Regard spent the wek-end with Mrs. Tan-

for trouble.. lt- ner's mother, Mrs. Laura Powell.; MAE WESTIn

I Pound - 25c PORK AND BEANS 6 cans 25c
WANTED-Stave '
and headingolocks ---- ------ -- 5c'Potted
Miss Bubnie Canova, Mlle Mar- "SHE DONE HIM WRONG" Milk tall can
$3.00 per cord cash, at .

whole sate Starke at, used Stave brick Mill cleaned Also some for Miss Claire tha Powell Lula Robinson Miss Redgrave and Kathryn Lester Miss Haynes Price Vera I Vincent Loper Also and Hawaiian Meat, 3 cans lOc Qt. Mustard15c Tall Can''

_ $10.00 per thousand tf. Robinson were in Gainesville Sun-\ Fantasy and Latest New

STRAWBERRY of new land PLANTS true to_name Millions -: day. en'an.J_ I EventsVED.TIIUKS. Vienna Sausage, can 5c Pt. Grape Juice15c Salmon, can 9c

': Mr8. C. W. Lar .
Jease free Missionary and Mr. and \ APRIL ll -20

]lafcemore at $2.00 per 1000. L I members of the chemistry class of I PAROLE GIRL Pickles l 15c Peanut Butter lb. -1 lOc
M -
H. Fletcher, of Crystal the B. H. S., Clyde Morgan Qt. r w r r LARGEWeinersIb.9c
springs. Fla., 'says "I received Morgan,

we 7,000 Missionary and I want' Elena Prather, Carolyn Hutto, Lu- BELLAMY I TUNA FISH, can _________ 15c ROYAL TEA, 1-4 lb. _____-_ 10c ; 'jI

w commend." Catalog your free.efficient:/Write to services C.- cile syth Edwards, :Joyce: Mast Lone, Mac Kelly.Davis Ina For-and Also Passing the Buck I TUNA FLAKES, 2 cans .___ 25c SNOWDRIFT, pound .----_- We l J
A Broadway Brevity
S Perdue Box F"; Showell.Md 4-I: Eldredge Robinson spent Tuesdayat I :_ -- ,_-- ---_- =__-_ .. <, h t
H-tt.. the State Farm.


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.-.- -.- ---. h. _.___ __ __ _' --- -- __ -----=--- 1931
:.:. -
.,aTDe.N/Ay l7St..fArw, n.OUID.STUDY OF .... Belandvllle Is made up .
)"J .
GRADES AND PACKSIS mately 500 residents, ai
HINT'S TO HOUSEWIVES r HIGHLY PRAISED are French. The languaj \nest

FA.L.a [Weekly from--Home Demonstration f r country Is exclusively '*. al

[ SECTION Spnclallut, Tallahassee Gainesville grading, ,packing Fla. A and recent stowing studyof LIVE STATE NEWSNews no though trouble the in cultured conversing pt,, eve.-

l oJ Florida produce, made by M. R. acting business with then 'ltn.
Conducted by Demonstration AgentsALWAYS I Ensign, truck horticulturist at the of Florida in Short Paragraphs can cousins. The plant \.meri.

lL FORMING: EATING HABITS Florida Experiment Station, has J care of a large surplv ''J) take

!:! I elicited much favorable comment tlon which is raised In thai' "J'ela.mmea! .

f ..v To prevent the formation of undesirable throughout the Unted States. Results late section. Residents Ilk Mme
-- ---,,- -I : food habits there are certain of the study were publishedIn almost exclusively from

FUNDAMENTAL rules to be kept in mind. As Bulletin 234. Miami The Florida State Ho- automobile speed record holder,, provinces of Canada. IrlOUa

FARM LIFE IS PROMNG Dr. Joseph Brennamann states, the The March issue of Packing and tel association last week adopted a for appointment to the governor's -

SALVATION OF NATION WKCF FARM PROGRAM child that is properly handled shipping, published In New York, reslutlon favoring a two per cent staff: as'a lieutentant-coloneL The Titusville-Postmaster
I .. should anticipate meals with pleasure contains the following note: "In- to relle, made recently ,,? B.
"n.0.. of Florida"Gainesville pales tax: as a means fad appointment was ,
(By Spuda Johnson.) and should be glad to eat prop- tended to be of assistance to the valorem taxation in Florida. after Campbell bettered his own Roberts last Saturday *\ ndere(,

r Agriculture, which always bas erly. fruit and vegetable grower of Flor I world's speed record on the beach whether or not she wa, oelng

( been and always will be fundamental Fla. A series of Children should not be made to ida, most of which have not had Tarpon Springs-A group of Tar- race course at Daytona Beach the' made the butt of an April taps

:t In the nation's industries, is economic talks of Interest to farm eat, except at a doctor's sugges opportunity to observe the hand- pon Springs and Pinellaa county I governor's home city. joke. A man came up to the win
I of at the dow of the local !
j coming into a greater appreciation ers and others will begin on tha tion. Coaxing, anxiety, and dis- ling vegetable produce I men have organized the Tide Walter postoffice IIn<' p,,-
sented five
t' among the nation's people. As a Florida Farm Hour, over WRUF, cussion must never be Indulged in. large markets of the country, the t Stone Company and will oper- j Sarasota-Realizing that Sara- letters bearing ih(. lid.
dresses of
.,)\ butter against dire adversity, it is on Monday April 17 and be a The child must not feel that his bulletin contains much helpful information 'ate stone quarries on a large scale sota, as a resort city attracting Supt. A. W Donaldson'and

, proving}( to be a very present help teaure of each Monday's farm pro- eating Is an object of Interest or :I based upon actual observations on an extensive tract of land near both winter and summer visitors, he had the broken school board saying that

'"{la time of need. Quite naturally, gram for several weeks. The talks a cause of unhappiness.A I by Mr. Ensign of shipments New Port Richey. j must keep up with the times, city Into the supcrinten.
.fit Is leading the country back and will be given by members of the wide range of foods which areas I I all the way from" point of or- officials here are making arrangements denfs mall box and was returning

)f. businesses have led the country department of agriculture economics nearly natural as possible, for igin to destination. I tohold either a mass meet- them. When the seriousness of
'I I At Miami A man identified aa what he had
,J through a period of "riding high" in the College of Agriculture, example: : fruits instead of fancy a meeting of the freight claim Ing or a referendum election on the said dawnec noon
William J. McMahon Sr., 65, was Mrs.
I I Locke
land into another period of riding Experiment Station and Agricul- desserts, will keep the child from prevention committee. Atlantic question of granting permits for she asked him It he
drowned in the Miami river here
very low. tural Extension Service. developing: cravings for highly-1 States Shippers Advisory Board, in the sale of 3.2 beer and offer legalized didn't know what a serious >gene

.:'( The farm, the forest, the out The farm hour is a noon feature : flavored or made dishes. Small \' Philadelhpla the last week In In what his companion, J. O. Sund- beverages If and when the he had commltteed and he replied
March, the bulletin received strum, said was an attempt to that he did. He
': doors In general figure prominently over WRUF each week day. The I helpings, attractively served, withno very make Florida legislature legalizes beer. explained m had
boast that he could
good a
:: In the President's plan for relieving schedule of principal talks to be comment, should be the rule favorable comment. I taken the letters with the idea of
,. the unemployed situation. given next week follows: : when new foods are served. A I, Others who have commented stay under water for three mln- I obtaining some money from them
I under water for three minutes. The Stuart The most Important
Men be Sat. 15--Radlo'a weekly time when the child Is favorably on the bulletin are Lewis but that when he found no
,i;And properly so. can put.J.f Aprl. thoroughly ibonaflde real estate transaction In money
to work growing crops which will farm newspaper. Editorial snap-I hungry should be selected, and Filcher and Edward Da 1ll of the II' he decided to return them When
Martin since 1926
the child Is look I American Railway Association M. Miami-The Spanish liner Mar- purchase Sheriff Roberts came he
''i. provide food for man, and mater- shots. something sure to of Hobe Sound and was aj
forward to later in the C. Kennedy, former vicepresidentof I ques de Comillas last Friday liberated Olympia much surprised as Mrs. Lock
l i ials which man can use In building Mon., Aprl. 17 Price Ups and may appear I properties by a group of prominent and
_his home and conducting his Industry Downs Since the Formation of Our meal, but should not be held up the Pennsylvania Railroad, W. herself from Carysfort Reef Jupiter Island winter residents asked him the same questions He
I JH. Henderson, general freight where she had been since 'accompanied the sheriff
D or other business. The lovernmcn-D. E. Tlmmona. Sum- as a reward.A I aground (who have formed the Hobe Sound to jail) and
I:'earth's resources have been used mer Fertilization and other Practices definite length of time may be agent of the Atlantic Coast Line, Sunday night early today and pro- announced thanked him after they arrived
abandon. It allowed for the meal the child and E. Y. Graves and W. H. Grif- ceeded ,to Havana undamaged and Company, was recently. there for escorting him t
Ik Y with reckless now Affecting the Quality of Citrus excused No figure was made for the < the
I work at the end of that time fin of the Seaboard Air Line. with her 100 passengers la ex- court house.
;seems that men will be put to -B. F. DeBusk. and transfer but the property Involved
;.,; conserving the remnants and in- the food, If not all eaten, removed cellent spirits.Jacksonville. I .
Tues, April 18-How the weather was valued in excess of $5,000,000
';; creasing the resources for the fu- M. with no comments. I BAKING AT HOME: 'In boom LETTER BOXFlorida
Affects Potato Production- days.
,'ture. This generation will benefit Regular intervals between meals, Tehere persons -
R. Ensign. What Truck Crop DI- -
and future generations also. versification Has Meant to Dade with great care exercised to see I Clearwater Fla,-The women of were Injured here when a small biplane I State Senate

|,'.; Life on the farm Is not alwaysa County-C. H. Steffanl. that children do not get food In Pinellas County are going In for crashed into the ocean 100 Tampa-A trial and conviction Tallahassee, Florida,
I lot
bed of roses; never-the-less, farm Wed., April. 19-Saving the between, will help to keep the reaction more home baking and canning, yards off Jacksonville Beach. Wit- Frank Newkirk, In municipal April 19( 1931

:life Is once again receiving a prop- Lawn from Chinch Bugs-J. R. toward eating a healthy, reports Mrs. Joy Belle Hess, home nesses said the plane was flying at 'l court marked the first successful Editor Starke Newspaper,
H*r degree of appreciation. The Income pleasurable one. demonstration agent, who during a low altitude when it was banked use by police of an ordinance pro- Starke, Florida.
Watson. of ReforestationIn
l; from the farm may be small, Florida Progress-I T. Neiland. A carefully varied diet may have March conducted 14 demonstration for a turn and plunged into the I i i fcibitlng the sale or possession of Dear Sir:
'but the farm family very seldom much to do with establishing good surf. marjuana clgareta-a trial which
school in home baking and
Thurs. : Numbers of anxious
20 SidedressIng
Apr. Inquiries
Most of the food habits. I I was halted momentarily so that
f.goes hungry. primal Overfeeding with
Affects Corn Yields-J. D. canning as many communities. have come to me relative to Sen
I? needs of the be fats, butter rich Detective A. A. Crawford, of the
family can produced milk or cream, .
ate Bill
Tampa-Tampa's ad- No. 38
Warner. Control of the Corn Bud- municipal "Defining and Re.
1' vice squad, could puff a clgaret,
the farm. with
or white flour
on products or -IiEL1' GARDENS "
ministration will be "in the lating to Burial
worm-J. R. Watson. Pecan Cover red 1 Associations' and
rolled with the weed which is said
'Ii Little wonder, then, that sugar, interfere with PLANTED
many Crops-G. H. Blackmon. good despite reduced personnel and sal since it is difficult to personally
I i unemployed families have returned habits. to arouse the most timid to acts of
Fri., Apr. 21-Managing Chicks ary cuts, by more than $200,000 at recklessness, and testify that It reply to all of these letters, I hope
I to the farm. Fortunate indeed Is -Anna Mae Sikes. Perry, Fla.-More than 1,000 the close of the fiscal will aid
I' and Pullets on the Range-N. R. year on May was in fact made of the contra- you me in carrying the
the man who, when factory closes Mehrhof. Preventing and Controlling families in Taylor county have been 30, unless payment of taxes and band. message to all who are Interested

I.,Or business falls can go back to the : Worms In Chickens-Dr. WRVF" Home Period furnished seed and fertilizer for payment for occupational licenses i to the effect that I am lending my

farm. E. F. Thomas. The Florida Home Period is a self-sustaining gardens, and eight during this month and next monthis T most active support in its behalf,
Stuart Hard times
::), Of course, the question of overproduction : feature over WRUF each week day community gardens have been greatly increased. may cause and since I firmly believe In its

I of farm products must I at 9:45: a. m. Following is the planted, reports Miss Floy Moses completion of an improvement pro- merit I shall omit nothing that
CIIOLERVACCINATION here which boom failedto
;be ject days
considered. All of
'' turn those who re- IMPORTANT IN FLORIDA schedule of topics for next week home demonstration agent. Miami A Federal grand Jury accomplish, the construction of will help to Insure its passage.
to the
| farm In the The funds
emergency on this were provided by the The
period. fact that the
'will not remain there. And with I 1100 HERDS TillS YEAR meeting here this week will con- an ocean beach road from Gilbert's very numerous
Sat.. Apr. 15 What Florida Emergency Relief Administration letters which I have
a Child received Indicate
sider the
case of Gilford
the Colbrldge, Boar Coast Guard station to St.
; gradual return of better business
Should Know and the county and home
About Itself-Dr. Al- the intense Interest which the
;' markets for farm Gainesville arrested recently by Federal authorities Lucie Inlet. Plans are underwayto
products Fla.-Hog raisers of; demonstration
fred agents assisted in
I Crago. I people have in this bill, Is sufficient
and with
;will be Increased over what Florida are urged not to charged have the proposed road, which
they neglectthe Mon. planning the gardens. Extensive
17 to
Apr. belief In 1U
-Clothing and justify my
tempting to extort : from
$50,000 would make St. Lucie Inlet accessible -
; at
are present. of this
; spring pigs plans for canning the
Style Suggestions Miss Lucy surplus are I worth and to add to my determina
rr, But the fact remains that the year in a from Dr E. F Col. Charles A. Lindbergh, the aviator to motorists, designated a
,. message Belle Settle. being made, and the people are tlon to do all in my power to have
farm is acting aa a life-saver In Thomas, assistant veterinarian at "work porject" under direction of
Tues. Aprl. 18-Home Use of optimistic with their spring gar It become a law.
[ time of distress, and Is again being the Florida Experiment Station. Strawberries-Miss Motelle Mad- dens started, Miss Moses says. Martin County Welfare .Associa-I' A committee' bas been

appreciated. more highly as a con Due to the low prices for hogs, I ole. Home Use of Potatoes-Miss Miami lue Florida State Hotel tion. arranged for Mondav meeting mornllJll.
sequence. many farmers do not feel justifiedIn Anna Heist. FARMERS PLANTING MORE Association, In annual convention -: -
April 17, at 9 o'clock,
M1' the expense of the vaccination Wed. GARDENS AND FEED CROPS here has endorsed retentionof Sanford Property damage I
Apr. 19-Low-Cost Market time the committee will be to
,SPRAY FOR WIHTEFLY ON work, he says, and this Is apt to Basket-Miss the present hotel commission, estimated at several hundred dol- glad

:rt UNDER SIDES OF LEAVES result in epidemics of the disease Home Use of Fish-Mrs.Anna Mae Elizabeth Slkes. Cross City, Fla.-The farmers adopted a resolution urging that lars came as the result of a severe concerned.give an interested hearing to all
which cause large losses. Thereis Moore. of Dixie County are planning and sale and shipment of black bass be rain and hall storm which swept

,\ Galnesvlle, Fla.-Citrus growers a reasonable prospect that hog Thurs 20-Home planting a larger supply of garden .,prohibited and postponed until tomorrow -. over this city twice Sunday. Scoresof Sincerely yours,
Apr. Health
'\who spray for whitefly control prices will be better next fall, he Happiness-Miss Flavla and feed crops than ever before a discussion of the beer trees, whipped by the gale-like J. M. Mann.
should be certain to the points out, and the situation. winds, lost branches and storm .
under to
spray spring crop of Frl" Apr. 21-The Food Value of according County Agent D. "M.
,, sides of the citrus leaves, suggests pigs should be protected. Meat-Dr. Oulda Davis Abbott. TreadwelL Corn, peanuts, velvet sewers were clogged in every section

.: Geo. B. Merrill, associate entomologist Dr. Thomas suggests that the 'I I I! beans, sweet potatoes, and all kindsof Tallahassee The developmentof of the city. Large sections OVI.R: WORkED

with the State Plant proper time to have the hogs vac- VEGETABLES I forage crops are being planted air travel between the United of awnings In the downtown area
:;Board The whiteflies live and cinated Is just after the pigs are SilO WING in larger acreages. The farmersare States, the West Indies and South and many store signs were blown NERVES
;work on the under sides of the' weaned, when they are about eight PROMISE: FOR FLORIDA I realizing more and more the and Central America has openedan down while the roof of a large I

leaves, and spraying the upper sur- to 10 weeks old, The vaccinationIs 'I CONDITIONS IN TESTS''necessity of growing these crops to avenue of Invasion by plant I warehouse was ripped away during I

''faces will not kill them, he says. less troublesome and lead expensive furnish feed for the livestock and pests into Florida which should be the storm.

p.; His suggestion Is prompted by at that time, and the pigs Gainesville, Fla.-A strain of the food for the family, he said. given serious consideration, according -
the fact that often growers send are protected throughout their Iceberg type lettuce which will 1IIITEWASII I to Wilmon Newell, com- Jacksonville A dramatic finis

[in samples of material for examlS growing period. produce firm heads of good qual- \\' PLAYS PART missioner for the State Plant was written to the murder trial of

':nation, saying that it baa been After the hogs contract the disease ity under Florida climatic condI- IN CLEAN-UP CAMPAIGN Board. Mrs. Leah Frazier when a Federal

I sprayed with an oil emulsion and particularly in well advanced tions, long sought, Is now within -- Court jury returned a verdict acquitting -

[should be free of whlteflles. When cases, loss la Inevitable. When the the range of possibility, says M. R.I St. Augustine; Fla.-A white- Ocala-As expected, a tract on her of the charge of mur- Is-

[ ], Merrill reports a* finding of disease is first observed In the Ensign, truck horticulturist at the' washing campaign is well under- the east bank of Milldam lake on der which resulted from the slay- y

whiteflies, It is sometimes difficult herd, the well hogs should be sep- Florida Experiment Station. If i way In st: Johns,County as a part the Daytona highway has been defInitely Ing last December 16 of Miss Man-

for the grower to understand arated from the sick ones. All such ft strain can be successfully of the Home Demonstration selected as the site of the ona Murrell, secretary to her husband

|:why the whlteflies have not been hogs which die of the disease developed, It should restore the let Agent's clean-up campaign. Thirty- Ocala national forest. The decis- C. R. Frazier, former head ,, r''

{controlled Mr. Merrill believes that should be burled deeply or burned. tuce growing industry to the state two farm houses, Including fences ion was made by F W. Hadley, of the district narcotic bureau,

f'In most cases It is due to failure to Mr. Ensign says that promising and outhouses, have already been Lake City, supervisor of Florida whom she accused of breaking up

-, spray the under surfaces of the Avocado flowers, unlike those of strains of lettuce, cabbage, brussels whitewashed, and the landscape national forests, who spent yes- her home. The verdict freeing the

leaves. most other plants in nature, shed sprouts and broccoli are now grow about many of them has been improved terday here arranging for the 41-year-old mother of five children -

''v. -. pollen at a time when the stigmasare ing under test near Homestead. camp. was reached at 10:15: p. m,

:" The Florida Agricultural not receptive. To secure pollination Id 1932 at Sanford Mr. Ensign after the jury had deliberated the IIP TO TOUT ears In wort-

''sion Service at Eden-I and fruit setting, it is necessary tested 30 strains of lettuce. In cooperation HOME-CANNED FOOD .SUPPLY Daytona Beach Young Men's case for 1 hour and 45 minutes. No very nerve av high. tension.wife

:Available for free to have interplantings of with Prof. A. R. Johnson' Christian Association camp at and wonder bark at yon the snap the

Interesting bulletin on foundation varieties of avocados which will and vocational agriculture stu Monticello, Fla.-The farm wom- Lake Winona, near DeLeon 1\11aml-A baby baboon was Watch out! Overworkednerves

I:plantings for Florida homes. pollinate each other I dents. Selections of those strains en of Jefferson County who are Springs, Is to be open to boys born here at the Opa Locka Zoo may lead to Sleeplessness -

producing the best heads were members of the home demonstratlon throughout the state this year H. to a hair of Earvntlan baboons of Nervous Headache N rrons -

,i, made. This year at Homestead, In club will have little worry In H. Harper, secretary, has an- a type rare In captivity. An off Indigestion and a host of
And the Worst is Yet toCome -- coperatlon with Proto !of. A. Baker feeding their families during the nounced. Preparations for opening spring born a year ago was killed other unpleasant disturbance'

"1-- and vocational agriculture stu- next year. Miss Ruby Brown, the the camp soon after the close of by the mother baboon. She cuff- Why don't you try Dr. Mil**

.,\ .4.. O dents, seed of the best strains and home demonstration agent, reports schools is already under way and ed and slapped It viciously whenit Effervescent Just In Nerving half Tablet f ofwater
one gUst
:. r of the original stock were plantedfor that aside from the fine gardensand it will be kept open until September I Bought to nurse. As a means of makes a a pleasant, spark-

't: comparison. Although they orchards now growing over 15. preserving the life of this newest ting drink delightfully soothing

t were started late, some strains are the county these women have filled addition to the family, the male baboon to over-taxed nerves.

I' f heading well and giving promise more than 13,000 containers that, Lakeland Camp Flaming Ar- was left In the cage to pre- Dr. Miles' Nerving Is now

.' under adverse conditions.It are now In their pantries. row near here has been selectedby vent the mother's cruelty to the made In two forms-Liquid and

.. is planned to propagate partof national and regional Boy Scout ,baby. O. F. Shlrman, the zoo Effervescent Tablet. Both hart
.;.\; the need this summer in Michigan Crossing two breeds of chickens officials for the annual state superintendent said the male slap- the same soothing effect'

l1' to see If the strains will stand has been found to'proluce vigorous leader's school April 21 to 24 camp The ped the female, each time she $1.00 at year drag store

1. : the heat of summer there. i, offsprings, desirable as broilers school Is open to all leaders and at !sought! to strike her baby.

I'I Brussels sprouts also are making and fryers. least thirty from various parts of
a promising growth near Home the Milton-Twenty miles northeastof
: state are expected to attend
; I stead, a 20 acre commercial field A large part of Zuider Zee was a the session. W. C. Wessel, assist- Milton, the town of BelandvUle

: --.. being exceptionally satisfactory salt marsh during the twelfth cen- an national camp director, will be will formally dedicate a new and
'il' -- 1 Mr. Ensign believe that this may tury. camp chief. modern canning plant. The town of

r ... prove to be a splendid addition to -
the list of vegetables grown In the Weeds are said to draw 300

'.J' state, being especially desirable for times their weight In water from Japanese Delray -student Miss Masuko In Delray Kamlya High, Wake Up Your Liver Bile

J use in loading mixed cars -of FlorIda the ground. School, was chosen recently as the

f fi produce. I outstanding student In English I

I red Two strains of Savoy and one of Stop Getting Up Nights! among the seniors and juniors of -Without Calomel

cabbage are particularly free THIS 23o: TEST FREE I the high schooL She won the right
of insects
.' disease, and may If It Falls I to represent her school at the state

"', .... markets at this And You'll Jump Out of Bed Mill' >U.U Bat flowing; trady.:yaw
year. the bowels. Drive out the Impurities Florida at Gainesville last week.St.' dljirt. I*JaM days the bowoli.Gu .
t" White broccoli plants also are and excess acids which cause I in the Morning Rannto CoIf blots up your stomach. You 4 yes s

) making remarkably vigorous the Irritation that wakes you up. Augustine Ketterlinus thick,bad ..\.ud your biwth .to//Ul,kla
.. growth and are a prospective substitute Get a regular 23c: box of BUKETS I High School Is closed at the end you feel sour and sunk and the often bnaka out In bhmbliM. Your heed

for caulflower. made from buchu leaves, juniperoil of the seventh month of school, world looks punk don't swallow a lot ebM and yon(M|down and out Tear wbol.
;. etc. After four days test, If of salts mineral water, oil, laxative
I I The Florida Experiment Station not satisfied go back and get your I opera[ candy or chewing gum and expect It tak.UUM good old CARTER'S LITTLE

Is making an extensive study of 25c.: They work on the bladder i which has been working on the them to make you suddenly sweet LIVER PILLS to trt UMM two pound*of bile
and buoyant and full of sunshine. "
range cattle production. The tests similar to castor oil on the bowels. matter of public subscriptions, has flawlnc ay ud make you IMl"up and up.
Include studies of purebred bullsof Bladder irregularity is nature's I I I called a mass meeting for the pur- For they can't do It. They only] I .They eoaulo woodwful. harmlM, cm1.

different breeds in building up danger signal and may warn you | pose of raising funds for reopenIng move the bowels and a mere move-,amuinc wbm. U om"fBuktat
r native cattle, burned ment doesn't get at the cause. The MM bas low rr-I,..
versus un- of trouble. You are bound to feel i. for the eighth month.
burned range lands, methods of better after this cleansing and you i I, reason for your down-and-out feeling Bat don't uk for Urw pals.AA for CarW aLlttl.

W l m seeding Improved pasture grasses, get your regular sleep. Mitchell's |I Tallahassee Governor Dave is your liver. It should pour out two .LlTtr POta.Look for MM earn Cart.rtLlttl
y and other factors of Interest to pounds of liquid bile Into;your bowels Unr Pat on tile nd labeL BMaol >>
Drug Store says BukeU is a best [ Sholta received a letter of thank .
l iQ.--R range cattlemen. seller. I I .- daUy. ...tttut .35 ataUiBRADFORD .. Oltlle.Il.C'-


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14. 103S 'I'I.r
".:-.." '. ; Bob Jones College to beware of Unreasonable -! count of high water and the Impenetrable Increased.- It means penlten"lar.1- '! Alta Eld' .. "
;: ; ",, -- : f guerite Prevatt. Rhame, SCHEDULE CHANGEDThe
: ; ; ,;;.t'. J..-.. people. I know something debris left after recent lea will be increased. It means I edge Robinson Fred Shaw. ,

.ml-.. t:}..IJ>...; '/Ij. :I d about people. Good peopleare logging in the swamp. His means asylums will be Increased It Eleventh A : Lois AdKinn, Vera i following-
changes In schedules
1 :: always reasonable. They may did not allow him to do as thor means the poor houses will be In Galney Kitty llogsed Louise Jack. I Ilion I
h.W' not always have intelligence. They ough work as he desired; yet it creased. It means the graveyardswill Frow Strickland Marjorie are announced by. the S. A. X.

may not be brilliant, but they are helped matters considerably.Yet be increased. Stump, Dorothy Swanbora. I Fly. Co., effective Dec. 15: .

-rhr word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path.-Psalm 119:105.: reasonable Any man who holdsan cleaning of the crooked and It menus hell will be increased, Tenth A.: Audrey Carlisle, Leecy I Southbound
unreasonable attitude towardsmen shallow channel can be of only and hrairn decreased 'ogg, Myra Frink, Jimmie Moore No. I, due Starke 11:1 p. m.

-'- rt:rtf 3lrliUli. AR religious teaching, doctrine or or issues Is fundamentallycrooked. temporary utility. Trash getting That's what I am talking about. Martha Powell Dorothy Sapp local.

ill It lIlnr&J creed i( they are to have any claimthe I am never afraid to Into it soon forms dams to retardor I What are we going lo say about it Ruby Shaw, Louise Snyder Ed- No. 11, due Siarke, 0:35: : a. m.local. ,

love loyalty and devotion of the people must be in harmony with trust reasonable men. I never trust divert the flow and this tiny my friends? The fight has Just ward Walnwrlght. I 1 .

Ipo?. chinit9 of Jesus the Christ whose words fit Into every fold and crevice unreasonable people. rill is a poor substitute for a canal begun I want to to the whole No. 107, due Starke 10:27: a. m.
the and of whom it laid In say
human heart was John 7:46"NEVER MANLIKE I Tenth B.: Jessie Mae Brannen limited.No. .
of the THIS J MAN." at least :50 feet wide and four feet liquor gang, we will stand and .
P KE GOOD FRIDAY SERVICEA deep, which Is really needed. But having done all we >,ill continue tontiind. Elaine Andrews Joe Grlffts, Her. 191 due Starke 10:59: p. m.3
Bradford and Union counties are Invited to this depertinent bert Paekham, Alice Mast, Blake limited.
of use -
pastors even a waterway of that size would We will stand for the home
of church activities, organizations and announce' Jackson Carra Belle Norman
for union good Friday service not end the trouble. The canal against the saloon. We will stand Northbound
freely given and no charge made-the only requirement Grace Hazen.
wefltg such Items reach this office before Wednesday morning will be held at the Methodist : from Howell lake to Sampson lake for the mothers against the hrewprlen. No. 2 due Starka 5:08: a. m. local.

", that handled for current Issue.SUNDAY Church Friday evening, April 14, during the 40 years since it was We will stand for the boy Ninth grade, Section A.-.Lllllan: No. 12, due Starke 3:17: p. m.

.thFWItheV0a0fbtbe( at 8 o'clock. The meeting is sponsored dug, shoaled up till It carries not against whiskey. We will stand for Stornberg, Elaine Wynn; Section local '
LAWTEY CHURCH 1J1U.LU'J.uAY by the pastors of the one-half of the water It should dispose the !soul against", their infernal |>ref- E, Vonda Inman Vasteen Parrlsh, No 108, due Starke 5:46 p. m. ,
-I I churches of, and the "Peggy" track its. .That's Fannie Silcox Dorothy White. local.
I SOIIOOt. of Starke and will be a what we are fighting 'I
I I First Baptist Church community meeting and a cordial acts as a levee preventing overflow for. So in the language of old Eighth grade: Al Kay Carlisle Starke and Wannee Branch-No. I
LESSON I.I I. Into Crosby lake. As a General Don Stilley Andrew Taylor Jack 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. No. '
I Hev. L. F. Chapln. pastor. Invitation Is extended to every. consequence Petaln yonder at Verdun, m..
'L----- --- j Preaching services first and body. Come, let us Join with the Rowell soon fills up from the water I when It looked like the French LJrulerhlll, Virginia Alvarez Irene 102 arrives :2:43:: : p. m. '
II debouched Into It by and forces would ; Davis, Eula Mae Dyal. Martlle T. J. Griffin Agent
Christians Alligator be
-I third Sundays, 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. of every land and every I defeated reserve
Subject Easter Lesson. In. branch of Christ's church In med. Prevatt canals after continued after reserve was called Into line Hemingway, Audrey McRae Vera Cloning of Malls ,

Golden Text: "Because :I live ye Sunday school 10 a. m., II. B. Ar. itating upon His sacrificial offering heavy rains; then the swamp fills until the lost one was in the battle Claire Robinson Martha Slade, South

live also." John 14:19b.: wood, Bupt of Himself for humanity. up and backs as far as to the east and there while the Gern.ana Marie Tison. Train No. 11, parcel frost, 0:00:

.hull -cad the lesson text, ISror : PrayerService., 7:30 m. Wed .. of Starke. were shelling the trenches and Seventh grade: Patsy Edmond. a. m. .
Please. 1-8 20-26: and then the following nesday.B. MKTHOUIST CHURCH The state through its many raining death from the sky, the old SOP, L. O. Jones Jr., Hilly Long Train No. 107 letters, special de-
S. S. Notes roads general looked at his battered de- Roswell Noogel, Edna Pearce Blly livery and special handling 10OOa. :
from Peloubefs : Y. P. U. 6:5(0::( p. m Sunday. and spur ditches, Is largely Powell
The Royal Roll of Witnesses, vs. Easter music and sermon 11 a. responsible for the great mass of litpldated battalions nnd saul, '']1 Carol White. I m.

18, Pnui founded the church In Grace M. E. Church m. Special offering will be taken in water discharged into the Alligator we lose Verdun we lose Franc.'" Sixth !grade> : Howard Drown, Et- ,I North
ta Fae Jewett
Corinth tnd wrote this first letterto envelopes prepared for that pur and It should provide sufficient Every man lifted his steel helmet Dyal Clara Flume Train No 12, parcel post and
Rev W.
dur-I Christy, pastor. and shouted shall not Fogg, Sidney Griffts, Theodore letters 2:50: p. m.
thai -nurch from Ephesus pose. Membership service. Parents outlet for It. Some years ago the "They plies ,
Preaching 2nd and 4 th Sundaysat their and so, we back Goodge', J. L. Morgan Mae Pre. Train No. 108, Letters, special !
nP| lug' i make Known Unto You, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. God by sprinkling will please see aware of this state of things, and to: this brewery and liquor crowd, vatt, Melba Prevatt, Doris Silcox '1/delivery and special handling 5:10:
Prayer service
Brethren the Gospel Which I Wednesday' 7:30: the pastor earlier or at church it complied in so far as to have a II They Bhnll! not paim through TVIN <- .1. George Silcox Mellie Silcox Allie p. m. .

Preachco Unto You." The apostle p. m. Sunday morning Just before wor- half-hearted survey line run !" (Prolonged applause). Mae Slade. I' Night malls clone at 6:00: p. m._
Sunday school 10 a. m., Mrs. Sixth grade: S. L. Alvarez Dot
13 reminding the Corinthians of ship begins. through the swamp to Rowell lake; "Rejoice, 0 young man In thy Train No. 1 South 11:17: p. _m,:
v rhE' teachings on which he Mary Moore supt. Evening hour will be devoted to but the matter was not taken ser I youth; and let thy heart cheer In : Bishop. Lora Frazce Shirley I I, train No. 2, North 6:08: a. m. '

had sons lam ,-special emphasis during League, 3:30: p. m. Sunday. special music. It Is our wish that iously. The survey was made only the days of thy youth and walkIn I Scary Inman Green Lorraine Starke and Dell Branch--Train ,

the yeas and a half of his stay In B.W our young people attend the to give employment, cutting the ways of thine heart, an.lln Hartman, Gloria Johns Vernon No. 101 mull clones 7:00: a. m., No. i
Corinth ''Which Also Ye Received Fraternal Easter service at Presbyterianchurch. bushes to the overmanned staff of the sight of thine eyes"-Rejoice Silcox, Doris Strickland Donhla 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. I j

Wherein Also Ye Stand." The Lawtey Lodge No. 189 F. & A. engineering apprentices and not giddy girl and foolish young man Smith. Illuo But HcliMlulo! ., ,

Corinthians had been eager listen M., meets at city hall building 1st even a record of the line was made. now-"but know thou, that for all Fifth grade: Lumnmlu Dyal Dully effective Jau. 1, 1032.: '

ers ana also, for the most part, and 3rd Tuesdays at 7:30 p. m. rUESHYTKKIAV At present the state Is unable to these things God will bring thee Gladys Garret Irene Qooilge, Florence 'rthboundOIi: a. m., 1:19:: p. I,

faithful practicers of Paul's teach T, T. Blackburn, W. M. do any can ailing. even If it wanted Into Judgment." Mersereau Vernon Nuttal m., 4:50: p. m., 8:10: p. m.Southbound .
O. J. Phillips Secy. In conclusion ask Alice Peterson, Margaret Pearce --0:31: a. m., 12:31 '
ings. Services Sunday April 16, as to; but some time we may send to we that all p.
and Frankie Rltch. Miss Edna m., 4:31: 12:50
Tallahassee read what Thomas Jefferson said p. m., : a. m.
Which Also Ye are Saved. follows: a man of forceful character 1
By TIIERESSA BAl'TIST CHURCH In Strickland teacher. Tickets nnd Information
to atSmith's
regard the
who will talk canals and liquor traffic: "
Paul had Easter
"The Gospel" which 6:30: a. m. Sunrise prayer -
Fifth grade: Billy Jackson, Emmett Service Station
"The next. to
was the good news of salvation meeting. Geo. F. Tlbbetts of make the powers that be sit up and prostitution of body and ,
preached Services will be held Perryman, W. S. Rivers Courthouse 'if
Saturday take mind which the cheapness of this I I
from sin through faith in "The Palms, will conduct this ser ,
before the third Sunday of each :Meanwhile: I liquor Is spreading through the Ralph Rhodes, Tommy HItch Juan- _____ ___________ .
Jesus Christ and his expiatorydeath vice aided by his musicians. All it hoped that the Ita Barefoot Jean (____ _____ ____ I I. '
on the cross. Men are savedby month. I welcome. Come early and get a good work of improving the drainsbe mass of our citizens, now calls the Davis Jenelle NO'l'I4'.1I' 'i'iiii APPl.lflTlOV 4
D. L. Phillips Pastor. attention of the Irglnlutor." Hutchlngs, Margaret Lowry Mary Kim Divril tllliH All 11'111\111.: \
that gospel-not by hearing seat. allowed to go on. Without ITOII ,
Rivers, Willa Vlda Kllllngsworth. I 11'11 1\\ drainage much of our land wouldbe "Restrictive measures are requiredto To Whom It May Concern*
It alone, but by accepting It. "If 10 Sunday school T. S.
who Miss Eunice Niitlce '
were fishing on the Sea of save from this fatal Infatuation Perkins teacher Is hereliy given that the
Hold Fast the Word Which I Williams, acting supt. useless for farming. The drains umlerHlKtitMl MM Administrator
Ye of the "
Galilee). This the Fourth grade: Billy Griffin, K. L.
appearance, under which the
citizen Is .
You." The Easter being unobstructed the water be- destroying Kxtute: nt Wllll m t). Forsythe d.. j
Preached Unto gospel 11 a. m. Morning worship.
tenth, probably refers to Griff, Elouise Hayes Gladys i-xiisod, hnvlnii ,
our his health, his morals his family fully anil satlsfartnry( !
Is like a rope thrown to a drown- Lord's conversation with the sermon by the pastor songs of the gins to run off as soon as it comes and his Johnson Carolyn Keen, Frances ,dlsrhrK and performed his duties .I
from the clouds, thus preventing usefulness to society. a.* ndmliilHtrator, of the above saideHtnte .
man; it will save but only If Resurrection will be used.
Eleventh in Overstreet Sadie Prince Katherine .
Jerusalem and his ,
ascension Faithfully will i on the ICth dny of June, .
It |Is grasped and held fast. "Ex for the Mount of Olives 7 p. m. Young people's Christian pounding up and consequent overflow W. E. Stafford Elizabeth Wells Mildred 10113: apply 1.0: the County .ludae, at '
cept You Believed in Vain." Their Endeavor. The land owners should not Daugherty. MM offlua Hturke, for final, dla-
near Bethany which 'Immediately C ,'harl(" as nilmlnlHlrutor' of said
Injure their interest allow- :
belief might have been vain, empty followed. 8 p. m. Evening worship. own by PINE LEVEL Three B.: Carrie Belle Bennett tate )
unreal from the start. Such belief Prayer meeting Wednesday at 8 Ing timber cutters to fell trees J. A, Hay leas, ,j
"And Last of All As to the Child Carolyn Green, Violet Johnson. 4-i 4.Ot.O.O. Adinlnlatrator.NAMU I (
Into the ditches
as so often Is
could!; not save any one. Untimely Born He Appeared to p. m. There Four B.: Sara Bullock, Le'IGtta ,
"For I Delivered Unto You firstof Me Also." To Paul on the road to A cordial Invitation to all our and an occasional hour spent In will be preaching Saturday Corpenlng Cleone Klnchcn, Edward NO'I'IC'F! I IIN
all that Which also I received." Damascus. services extended to alL\ walking along them and removing night April IS: and Sunday Barnes Marian Crews. = Turn ow run STATE or ''I,
dams formed by floating trash morning at Pine Level Church by FTliiLAiIt '
As Paul's conversion was basedon Then Paul adds, "But Now Third grade: Dilly Boulware, Ed- Bi|'.'..rlnlll" hy affidavit, film In'
his vision of the risen Christ will serve to keep up their efficiency. our State Missionary E. E. Taylor. that rirtaln. c pending I In
Hath Christ Been Raised From the 1c7iD1Starke Everybody Invited to attend. ward Brock Donald DuBois, Enos the Circuit ,. "r. ::;"o County,-' j,
which proved to him that the cru- Dead-the first fruits of them that I I ItteB J. L. Hayes Harry Kcllum Rivers V'lorldn, In ctAnn"ry/ wherein' Wil' i 11
cified Jesus was the Son of God are asleep." I H. E..LAGERGREN Hundley Ferol Jones Shirley Morgan and liam Mary If. J.". Fnrdh"m/Is In complainant defendant. f!

to be seems to have made that Geraldine Silcox. and the relief praynil for Id n dl- ,
great truth the starting point In -- ,--_.. Editor Telegraph.Dear The valley of the Zambesi in Second vorre M not It appenrlnir. that the I I''!
mission- () Sir South Africa has a climate com grade: Joe Andrews aid ""'..nd.t. I I. over the age of I
and In all his :
his lermons twenty-ona .
George Flynn, Jimmie Grlffls yearn and In a iicin-renl-"
try! work. "That Christ Died for JOKESOMMENTS; ----- As a contrbutlon tn "The LetterBox" Richard Jackson, Comer Ferryman dent of the Htnte of ..Klnrldn. ct.t..nd-j'. ,I

Our Sins According to the Scrip BOB Fla., April 30, 1933 we have chosen an extract No copy Is known to exist of the Sara Barefoot Gloria Buford ant'yenta,adilruii that them holnv la.Chlldn no ,portion' or i

tures' Paul's faith was based on Editor Telegraph, from a sermon preached by the first almanacs published in tin U. Ida Lulu Davis, Mary Dixon pnmnn In the .Bint nt Florida the ,I
such prophecies as Isa. 1S3::0-12. pastor of the First Baptist churchof S. In 1630.AIMITIONAL. Lois service. of process upon whom would '{ ,
Dear Sir: Patsy Keen Newsome, Carrie personally hind ald defendant. !
Before he began to preach extensively Comparatively few persons knowa Fort Worth, Texas, Dr. J. Frank Mae Stafford, Sara Sewell. Clarice It I. therefore ordered. Hint said, '

he spent many months In ( ONHERE good and much needed work Is Norris, whom I regard as one of SCHOOL NEWS Thomas, Freddie Wimberly. non-reldtiMt Korilham, In ,hereby.tI..ntl..ntJary' required, to appear J.- i J

the solitary study of the Bible and : AND going on In the way of cleaningout America's greatest preachers.We First grade A &: B: Rutch Click. to the hill of complaint' filed t ,
.' In nJd rnuHe on or liefor, the first '
ofa recommend' careful readIng
was convinced of the
necessity HEREAFTER.One the canals and ditches in the a (Continued from page 3., First grade C Se A: Charles day of !May 101.1: otherwIse, the itl- 'I
blood atonement for the sins of a East Starke Drainage District. to your readers: all the pleasure I had received Jones, Olin White Jr., Ruth Pow 1-Kntlonii nf Hitlil. bill of complaintwill
the world. Sermon Extract he taken a.* confAimed hy italdilpfnndant \
These waterways were dug 19 to 20 from biting my brother. From that ell, Marjorie Davis Alberta Woodward mid a decree pro confe.*o '
'And that he was Burled." Paul years ago but until lately no attempt The fight Is on1 I here in Texas. day until this I have never had the Mary Esther Crew, J. A. entered nirnlnnt her. !
had time Jesus found a man We will meet it right here in Fort It I I.* further ordered that this or. .
gathered the full detailsof Martinez Marie.
the Lola
up was made to remove least desire to bite my brother Dixon Tyler dir lie publldhed once each week
Christ's death on the cross his with a crippled hand. He healed obstructions to a free flow of water Worth, and Austin, and all over again.I Harold Prevatt, Lucille Bowers for four rnnMemitlve week In the

burial In the new tomb of Josephof the man. The ecclesiastical that had naturally formed dur- the state. don't feel that my early child- Bettle Jo Sewell, Martle Jean Itrailford'(llhed',), ntv and Teleerraph' of general a new r'r' ', ,

Arimathaea and the empty hierarchy said In substance "It Is ing the years. When funds were "Oh" they gay, "it will give extra hood could have been anp happier Butch, Edna Mae Moiioley Lewis ,''I f. .'ifnU'i Hru'Uord County, 1"lorltn. ,

tomb which stood .as the silent all right to heal a cripple, but the supplied by the emergency relief work. Yes It.will; give extra I than It was. I spent many happy Smith, Billy Blakely, Alice Click, Till. the Slut day of Mnrch, 1011. it, .I

proof of the resurrection. "And time Is Inopportune. Jesus should administration the late G. !of. In- work: I days, playing with my many pets Aubrey Deaver. A. .1. THOMAS. .!l. ''

That He Hath Been Raised on the not have done this on Sunday." man was placed in charge of the First, to the police consta.blesl my two brothers, my little cousins First grade, C. & D: Elise Green Clerk llradford of flrciilt f'ounty l'ollrtL Fla. ,;, II't

Third Day According to the Scrip. Later Jesus cast a devil out of a section around Starke, and with and sheriffs. and my other little friends who Bobble McRae, Donald Bagwell PARKf M. CARMirilAKU! : .!

tures.' As prophesied In Hos. 6:2.: dumb man. It could not be denied characteristic acumen, he decidedto Second, It will give extra workto lived near my home. I also spent Doris Prevatt Doris Goodge Thel- 4-7-5t-0-S.Hollcltor for Complainant I.;

As foretold more than once also that He had done some good, but use his allotment In cleaningout the courts. Third, it will give much time at my grandmothers'. ma Prevatt, Ray Johnson Neta Referee In Bankruptcy.WOTIC.I1 j j '1 if,

by Christ himself. the same ecclesiastical crowd said as many of the waterways as extra work to the hospitals. and took special delight in helpIng Johnson Betty Ruth Anders Harold -

"And that he Appeared to Cep- "His spirit was not right. He did possible. Though the dally wage of Fourth it will give extra workto my grandfather care for his Crews Chester McKinney, Ily the power OK Vested nlJe'rlov In them hl '
this work in the name of Beelze- the automobile repair shops.. the law of the state. .
has." the Quincy Parrlsh Leveta of Florida,
The Aramaic name of the workers was small, and large flock of chickens. Grlffis Hoard .
Peter, meaning the same, "ABtone" bub, the prince of devils." That work decidedly nasty numbers of Fifth. It will give extra work to Nearly every Sunday afternoon,, Adraln KInchen. ford County of I'lihllo hereby. Instruction' call an of. th"I'i :
sounds like current literature. If the Insurance companies. First D Paul I to be held at Ilrooker Florida '
: Warren
and Incidental mention of I men. white and black, applied for during spring and early summer, Andrews the "
of I
in Christian work gets out it will extra work to purpimn elnctlnathree I,
a man Sixth give
his most and I Wlnkler, Hoyt Warren Oarnlta
appearance of the risen Lord employment but only the my cousins my brother tees and determining the '
to of the rut and does a Job a little the doctors. Hutto Lorraine Stafford. mil h.",* to b* annHed
Peter is given In Luke 24:34. needy were given Jobs. To direct would gb flower picking and when aaralnit .!
: Ilrooker Hiinclal Hchool Tax ) \
ecclesistlcal JJI
different from the Seventh it will give extra workto -
It took on the very day of the the work Mr. Inman engaged W. we came back we would have a Hot NO. in for the eniulngtwo \ J'J'"r ,
of.doing It, he meets the same the undertakers, and It will decrease nal
resurrection our Lord way A. Colley. and a better man for picnic under the large oak tree In year <1 election to h* held on
eager spirit that Jesus met. The critics : SAVE JOHN RUSKIN the 28th dny of April 1933. For the t
to assure the repentent apostle I the Job could not have been found. front of grandmother's home. |>uru"". of holdlnir thl elation the). '
that he had forgiven his details of can't answer the good deeds and He is a former railway road master First the meat market bills. On rainy days we played keep- CIGAR BANDS folluwlnir are appointed': i'?
wasn't the will J.dnn.1'. Water, W 11. Ilarrell. and I
they have to say "It Second, it decrease trade I
made during trial. Paul omits and understands drainage and the Ing house upstairs at grandmoth 1' Jr. Kefl1. ,
right time, or the man didn't have the grocery trade, the dry goods I h' I
from his catalogue the first best means for accomplishing it; er's or sewed or played show with \fANNINr1.. Chairman. .1 '
of all, most notable appearance because -- the right spirit." he knows how to handle laborersso trade, he merchant's business. I our pet dog for the lion althoughhe Ask your dealer S-ai-4t-4-2t.A. .T. uniFFJH Hevretary r \

it was made to a woman, to as to make them like their work Third it will decrease builders wasn't so fond of playing show. for Premium :

Mary Magdalene; and his next ap- By the way that reminds me. 1 I and not to loiter and the progressIs materials!!, lumber paint, steel, The first year I attended school, new JVOTH '. I

pearance. made to the other worn- have met people all\ over the world astonishing. Not only east of copper, bath-room fixtures, plumb I I enjoyed playing with my new fr'F Catalog. Afore Police ..f Application. for f.ev. to11"t'
Spil. ''lfl.....'. I.....<.. In ( uilntjr Jndce'si
"i Who had visited his grave to who thought they had sinned Starke but also on the west Is ers.Fourth schoolmates, studying my new Ur'ff( II nv mi a fobncco t'Kiirt, Hrnilfnril ('......e,.. Florl.le. ,
Complete the embalming of his against the Holy Ghost. These the work going on. During Mr. In- It will decrease the workof books and drawing pictures.My Notice I* hereby give to all whom

body, "Then to the Twelve.! Really people have read In their Bibles man's last Illness, and later the the carpenters brick layers, second year of school was F is now It may, a*uoncern liunrdlan' that of I, Carl fxinnl Crews MorKU.II -, 11 ;

to the eleven, for Judas was absent that there Is no forgiveness for administration of the work was in painters, and paper hangers. much \like my first for I had the used in Knnnle ('rewA. Urval Mae Clemmon \;

This appearance took place this blasphemy either in this age the hands of Mrs. Inman. Fifth, It will decrease the valueof same school teacher and nearlythe JOHN and will Kvalln on the* 18th!Ma* day ciBiiiinons of April, minor A, 1>,. :1

In the upper room on the evening or In the age that Is to come. 1 I The drainage district mentioned property, for when you rob the same schoolmates.Each RUSKlN.maktng ll.!>3fl, apply to the Honorable K. K. ;l J .

"' Easter day and was the fifth I have known people to be terrified constructed over 31 miles of large great middle class of Its earning year's school was much It the .llradford..rryrrll.n. County Judir In and tOI''I
gru'utest'm1 County Florida at his of. '.,
for It was preceded by an appear because they thought that they and smaller drains; on the watershed capacity rob them of their pay like preceding ones only the work tics In Stark.., at Two o'clock p. m.. ..
ance to two disciples on the way had sinned against the Holy Ghost.I of the Alligator alone 13 1-2 then their homes are not kept up grew more lengthy and difficult. cigar value at 5c. or a. soon therafter a* the matter ;7,
can heard for authority' to sell !
to Emmaus. am sure I have never known of ditches were dug. Since and thereby lose value. I high school \
A week later came miles completed Junior Smoke the size at public nr private sale, the enllre
a sixth appearance again In the anyone guilty of this blasphemy.The then many roads well ditched, Talk about it being healthy- at the age of fourteen at Hampton Interest and estate of said minor Inand 1 4'
to the
upper room, where 'all eleven of sin against the Holy Ghost was 'have been built and much draining what does It mean, it means that Junior High School Hampton, ''i you prefer In Bradford following County Florida described, to.wit land '?

the apostles were present, and I the sin of the Pharisees when they '.has been done by the Seaboard Cirrhosis of the liver will be Increased Florida, on March 1, 1932.I Perfecto Extra or The South half of the Northeast ".1
Where work of Jesus to additional and when a man gets thatbe' : quarter of Section Twelv* attributed the to throw
Thomas was fully convinced I railway. all serving spent the first part of my vacatIon Township Beven of the reality of Christ's resurrec- the devil. quantities of water.into the Is within a few feet of the at home and the latter partat Panetela. Nineteen (l ID) East Also Lola One',''J I
ft), Two .
tl_ rl: ) Three Clio Four *n .c' 1
uu. canal. Those who saw the enormous Lakeland. Florida visitingfrIends and Hlx (I) ot Block,' 'f f 1
Then He Appeared to Above You can't always tell what peo- flow of the Alligator on the What does it mean? It means and relatives.On Ward City', P'lorld.

Five' Hundred Brethren at Once." ple mean by what they say. My morning of April 6th, Just at the tuberculosis will be increased September 0, 1932 I entered NOW the Which pMtlan application now on will fll.!! b In* based th" laid on 1\" "

Our Lord appointed this rendez friend George Stuart told me this end of a three-Inch downpour I What does it mean? It means Bradford High School as a Sopho- \ court i: '

vous in Galilee, where the greater story: "A little country boy, at- amounting at a very low estimateto cancer will be Increased more. I have four teachers and Dated March tilth. 1933.LONNIC3 MORDANT. 1:

part of his disciples would be tending a country school. caughta 6,000 gallons per second at the What does It mean? It means am taking five courses. I enjoy MORE HAVANA \ l-17-5t'4-14 Guardian .
't11 ;t
found. Matt. 28:10: 18-20 shows bumble-bee. He put the bumble- railway trestle-must have wondered typhoid fever will be Increased. my work and like all my teachers.In 1 I Ireo'rgcve \r

how carefully Christ prepared this bee In a little tin box and put the what would have happened You let typhoid fever hit your five more weeks this school or APPMCATIOV FOR If:
TAX iiv.r.n: <"
fathering. "Of Whom the Greater box In his hip pocket. He went to I Ilf this precipitation had taken whiskey soaked body and there will term will end, and I hope to spend WJsCIUAL.'ss 7 Notice In hereby' .i...n, that Mr.. ,t
Part Remain Until Now." That the schoolroom. The lid got off the 'place before the drains had been be the funeral dirge. a very happy vacation. ftttlla John, holder of tax r.rtlfl. if
cats No. 33*, the .
Is 6th dar of AiiBu t. / r.
until about A, D. :56. when this box and the bumble-bee went to cleaned out All the lower lands Pneumonia will be Increased. Jessie May Brdnoen, MILD A. D. 1.nha.* riled said. certificate .1 I

tplstle* was written, twenty-six work. The boy couldn't sit stIlL would then have been Inundated. Let pneumonia hit your body English II A. In mjr' offiand mad application \ "

years after the resurrection. "But "Keep still, Johnnie" said the Though the planner of the drainsIn soaked with whiskey and you see a for tax ld with nl law.lue Said thron certificate In *.eoordance 5' ,I

Some Are Fallen Asleep." Christ's teacher. "All right" replied Johnnie the district recommended that what happens.It HONOR ROLL FOR 7TII MONTH embrace* th. following described 'l: :"

beautiful way of speaking of death, "I will. But he didn't. .'JohnI the canalizing of the Alligator means blindness will increase. ty properly, 'Florida situated, to-wltt In Bradford CowlJt' :

M 'In Mark 5:39; John 11:11-14.: I nie didn't I tell you to keep still?" should be continued at least a quarter It means deafness will be increased. Twelfth grade: Mack Davis. Lu- Illoek. T and S In Hampton being f

Then He Appeared to James," I the teacher asked again. "Yes, mile west of the trestle the It[ means blghblood pressure will cUe Edwards, IDa Forsyth Abble In The".0. emiment 40/ Twp. 7 8.of R.laid 31 Ka property.t. \;/'

one of our Lord's brothers, who you did, teacher but there's something suggestion was Ignored and the be increased. It means paralysis Harley, Ivan Hazen, Hope Haynes under the sail certificate Issued : ;!:
did not became the western bor- will be increased. It Johns wa In the name of Unknown.. 1-',
his believe on Christ, during going on back here you don't railway means nervousness Okie Bunsen, Beatrice Unless caM certificate shall b. r.-
r/f Illume but became the leader ,know nothing about" If our ene- der. So that when the swamp will be increased. It Thornton Johns Genevieve Kenly demeil according to law, tax deed It..,

" the church of Jerusalem the mies would only tell us why they west of It becomes filled up the means heart-failure will be Increased. Harmon Morgan, Mildred Morgan, of will April laeue A.thereon D. 191.1.on the 17th dar : J

-"titer of one of the most valuable don't like us instead of having water backs to the east However It means orphans will be in Clyde Morgan Ruth Rowe, Eliza Dated this Utb tar Of March A. ,

Epistles in the New Testament. something secret-something that Mr. Colley cleaned out the creek creased. It means widows will be beth Williams. D. 1831. A. J. THOMAS. t'

"Then to AU about"I channel westward for nearly a Increased. It means will be 11th B. Bunnie Canova Orat. GAINESVILLE CANDY
the Apostle,." (Paul we "don't know nothin' poverty : CO. (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court ,:
Clllita the appearance at the seven tell my boys and girls in the mile when he had to atop on ac- Increased. It means tears will be ton Cooper Carlle Faulkner Mar Gainesville, Flu., Distributor 1-17-BC-4-14.Bradford County Florida.. .,


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I: job. Even though his farm relief lookln' for was action and plentyof ried, for it begins to tc '? i

,Bradford] County TelegraphEstablished plan may not be successful, even It. .. other mugs are gonna "Lr 1K.tai? I
Maybe You'veHeard II H From Pens I II though he may may make other 't J.YI '\ their business away f r..,0 ,
1, 1877 O.t.her errors, he has done things' and Well; if you ask me, ncbody'':-can; page Mr. Vallee ana 111D Bop
It ButYOU most of them are headed In the complain so far. They've givenus sing the "Stein Song

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class: I MODEL 1033 right direction. ,both acts and action. Senator

Matter the Post Office at Starke, Florida Here's a resume of the things Gilll opened a private clippln' bu- rail But and gettin'our feet ,r, rAdjearti
r. Bored by conventional phrases, a he's done in the first month: reau.,the first day and came dash- comIn' dow
EXI'LAIN IT March 5: Called special sessionof In' out of the wings wavln a car- again, there are a lot >i
,t E. L. Matthews________________________Editor and Owner. lowing mid-western announcement editor wrote of the the!!birthof fol- congress for March 9. vin'-knefe at the State Hotel Com- that to my mind are a urn.uestOIll sight(

I An amusing piece of publicitycame a new granddaughter: March 6: Closed every bank In mission. Then he runs hog wild more Important thau "* II \\8're
I SUBSCRIPTION KATE Into this sanctum early In the Announcing the New 1933 Hancock the United States and declared an and. starts sl ..hln' and hackln' gonna drink with cur pWe've zeta,
week. In several hundred words embargo: on gold. away at everything in eight
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance Special! ,
and a photograph to illustrate, it '" got to do a lot "
Sent bank-
Model: Dolores ItLa. March 9: emergency rlmtyy
Advertising Rates on Application told the story of an airplane tire I'I Designer: Carl Hancock. I Ing legislation to congress. It was He wants to abolish the Game and cutting and it look, ike the

-- that waa dropped by some round- Production ,Manager: Miriam adopted immediately and the president Department and let the sheriffs boys have all come up nand ,
theworld flyers back In 1931 andsince Hancock. signed it that night after protect our wild life. I supposehe wlllln' to do.l It. It fan an easj
I Lots of folks will pat you on the back-If they know : then had drifted 4,400 miles Job! and unless we watc!: ,
I I First Appearance: January 25th.: his wife made her famous exclamation figures as long as they're doin'It ur step
; you're sunburned. before landing: on the western coast On display at Wheatland, Iowa. "Franklin, you fix your at night anyhow, they might as we may do more harm than gOOd
0 of North America early thla year I I j I Specifications: Weight 7 pounds hair." well do it in the daytime. But with our prunn' shear (l'. an
Which was quite aU right. The'! I right ,to hack away rh,
stripped. Wheel-basd 19 Inches. the Game
why pick on Department,
:March 10 Sent
: mes-
beer hack quickly hasn't given bartenders : economy branches and OlJL
Bringing !
so amusing part of the thing waa that Peach blonde. Chassis perfect. to It cut $400,000000 ,- that's the only bureau in the state trim off water
time to suitable mustaches. while much of the tire's surface sage congress. sprouts, but we don't wan ,
grow Body: Stream-lined. from veterans and $100,000000 ,- that has been savin' doe for us. tt cut
showed signs of rotting after Its I aown any trees until w, -,
o Vacuum feed; free squealing::! automatic from federal payrolls. d amLAWTKY
t long sea voyage, the name of the water circulation; removable sure they're dead.
Simile: As self-conscious as the one Republican member company making it was clearly washable seat covers; no March 12: Urged the nation to Next he wants to blot out the -. -

1 :t.fn the House of Representatives. emblazoned across the top withouta horn with heavy hair top; non- be of good cheer over Its banks. Motor Vehicle Department and let BERRY MOVEMENT
blemish. Evidently there Is a shatterable smile; will park in March 13: Banks began to reopen the Comptroller manage .our tag -
''dr o guardian angel that protects trade small ,' operates quietly all on the stagger plan, as plannedby days, eeeln' as that gentleman During the past week then, have ,
husbands will have to shine in the reflected glory space ain't nothin' else to do.
Most marks from the ravages of time night on small amount of pepper- Secretary of the Treasury got been sixteen express cars a oerrlei!
:1, of their wife's new Easter outfit and tide. mint and catnip; 'uses a minimumof Woodin and the president. Sent a shipped from the local platform
72-word to And he seems to think that a containing 143,360
0- castor oil; makes splendid show- message congress, urg- quarts and the
modification of the Volstead pretty fade out for the Barber net
ing average return is about
( The devil would be a mighty popular fellow if he could appeal BABY by BONUSESAn Premier Mussolini ing"When anywhere.better'*. babies are built, act and legalizing 3.2 beer. Board would be a good thing Well cents per quart. tam
[' really find work for idle hands to do for a 17,000,000 Increase in Italy's you'll have, to show us.!! "-Umatllla March 16: Sent farm relief message the old board did give us a nicetrtmmin"at Contrary to rumors, we will continue .
that and I the
to suppose ship from this
r o population in the next ten years Tribune. place u
March 20: Signed the economy Senator 'was afraid they might long as we can break '
; Lloyd George says that it is amazing how wise states- has governments brought keen in offering rivalry by Inducements city- --; !- bill. make It a permanent, and you has always been that we have-von.ship It

f 1? men can be when it is ten years too late. for matrimony. TESTING WOMAN'S CURIOSITY March 21: Sent unemploymentrelief know what they cost. On the other ped with Carolina and will do so

I o One town, Leghorn, will give $15 message to congress, along ;, hand if we take the check rein this season. There will be some
I A short time ago a certain man with bill proposing a peacetimearmy clear off the barbers a- guy might buyers here and if you do
on the arrival of the sixth and not care
seventh -
1 Gum chewing may be vulgar but a married man has gotI infants, $30 for the eighth and decided to see Just how strong awoman's of 250,000 to work in the na get a lot more than a hair cut for to sell there will always oe can

i I do something to keep his jaws from atroyphing. ninth .and $50 for each child over curiosity was. He cut a tion's forests. his twenty-five cents. I don't ready for you to consign.
\ 0 the ninth.If small "Personal" item from the March 27: Issued an. executive know whether Mr. Gillia ever had 8. A. L. Improvement
newspaper and left the paper order barbers' itch or not but he Workmen
in abolishing the farm board oughtto employed by the Sen-
such rates In
i The legislature's mind seems to be running on the three Bradford were think of where his wife ,, would be sure to I and creating a farm credit admin- ,,try It sometime. board Air Line Railway have completed .
county we can ,
K "ations" consolidation elimination and find it. When he returned home 'istration. the
\ legalization. of
: several families who would be- reroofing thi local
t ___ ____ __ __ ______ come near-millionaires the next evening[the was surprised March 28: Senate passed his reforestation But the big question seems to be shipping platform here which will
to- find the domestic atmosphere bill beer; whether it's good for our .be
: highly
appreciated 1 b
People who stop to over spilt milk are usually caught Other gifts offered by towns Include I hanging heavy with thunder clouds > local
cry blankets and cribs, wedding March 29: Sent to congress a blue constitution 'or not We've received shippers. We wish to extend the
,r unprepared when milking time comes around again. costumes and free honeymoon Investigation, revealed that hilt sky law message in which he said several bills for beer, but so officials of the S. A. L. Railway a
; trips. wife had borrowed a neighbor'spaper the seller aa well as the buyer far 'we havn't got the beer. We'll vote of thanks for the Improve-
0J' But if Mussolini to see what he had clipped.He should beware In securities trans- probably have a flow of oratory ments they have made here this
You can't blame a school boy for playing hooky one oft the really wants fumbled In his vest pocket for actions. before we have a flow of !suds.! I season.
population to increase, he ,
these lIe's than for his clipping was electrified to find expect to get a bigger kick out of
days. more likely just practicing vacation should promise fathers to come in March 31: Signs the reforestation S
on the opposite side from the "Personal" that than I'd from the 3.2
bill. Takes another and get beer. English householders once were
t: and help walk the babies when pen I
they get the colic item, this headline: "Prom signs the Copeland-Cellers bill Anyhow the situation baa got a taxed according to the number of
e inent Citizen Figures in Wild Par which takes all restrictions off the few mugs I know downright wor- windows In their homes. .,
: Another bridge tragedy: "Wife Discards Perfect Hand ty at roadhouse. Due to Prominence 'issuing by physicians of liquor

'r of Thirteen Spades." And now husband will more than likely NOSE BLOWINGNow Are Given of Participants at This Time., No" And Names nowa prescriptions. And the Worst is Yet to Come_.
'5'' discard wife. that It Is too late to do any certain man has further inter- April : Sends message to congress -
v good this season, and so early that no !| on relief of farm mortgages,
7 l 0 you will probably forget it before ert in feminine curiosity.Tour I accompanied by bill to bring that
Office House of the
,) While many flower gardens in Starke are a riot of color, next winter, we'll tell you how to Dertolt (Mich.?)Macabees publication about
blow nose. Or rather let The log details the official
your only
read items from the North that the first buds
;, we news saying Dr. Louis Forest tells you. acts of the president. In additionhe n

S have sprouted. "The average Frenchman doesn't YOUR COMPETITOR-THE acted unofficially in a myriadof

0 blow nose properly," says Dr. For- GOVERNMENTThe cases, appointed many ambassadors I',' )@
t est writing In Le Matln, "that is and the like, considered f
Our idea of an ardent prohibitionist would be a teacher, com-I
i why at least 500,000 of them con- report of the special patronage cases, took the railroad ill
t who would refuse to accept his salary if paid with money stantly have a cold In the head." mittee of the House of Representatives -' problem under advisement, did the I

from a beer tax. .' I "And yet the art of using one's which has been Investigating same for oil production troubles,
handkerchief is as simple as say government: competition with and law a constant stream of visitors.
1 0 Ing Bonjour continues the writer. private business, Is a surprising .-Ocala Banner.
: You're no spring chicken if you can remember the days "The main thing to remember is document. "' ** -0--- @]

t, when the parlor used to be kept closed and was used only on that only one nostril should be It shows thai: government competition HITLER A MODERN PHARAOH ......-
treated extends to the
; at one time. Most people amazing
special occasions. pinch the nose together, thus sendIng 'total of 232 different businesses
.t o back all the mucous microbes which are legitimately of a private I At last we believe we have discovered Ei l
Into the lower regions of the nature. They Include the fields of the secret of Adolf Hitler, Cirriiii

Amer- throat, the ear, the nose, etc., transportation, manufactur ing,' the heap big cheese of Germany.We .
where they'are only too happy to merchandising,',rammg', banking, note that Hitler stopped the
frbhf'matching quarters remain, finding the maximum of printing, architecture-and even exodus of the Jews from Germany.Our .
f 0 comfort for their needs. amusements.. Th. government op- memory goes back to ancient ( I _
There now, mothers. Read the erates cleaningfi-end pressing es- history-the study which has always -
:,: Wonder what would happen if Hitler and Mussolini were above slowly several times to tablishments, sells serums and other been our chief delight and

out motoring, came to a fork in the road, and each wanted to Willy, taking care to emphasize the medical preparations, makes we recall that about the year 1320

: take a different direction? more Important parts, and you paints and varnishes, conducts a before Christ a gentleman named
i iJ
: won't have to be making so many warehousing business, and so on Mentpta II, who happened to be r
7 0 I wry faces at him when he has the through a long and amazing list the pharaoh (or kaiser) of Egypt,

Tallahassee will be a little Mecca all this week.-Tallaf sniffles and company is In for din- of activities.In tried the same stunt on the ances-
f most instances, this government tors of these same German Jews I 1 1r
[ hassee Democrat. Yeah. It will mecca lots of money while ner.It
seems to us that mothers too competition can not be met and was gretaly humiliated by a
.) the Legislature is in session. often neglect to tell children all by private concerns. No business Jewish gentleman named Moses.

0 there is to know about blowing has the prime advantage of govern You will probably recall that Men-
the nose. They cloak this won- ment-tax freedom. None is able epta had his own brilliant ideason .-
r I Now we can sleep late without a guilty conscience. A derful knowledge In a shroud of to conceal Its,, deficits through how to oppress the Jews and 1>c.(0'": ,. .(....on-___' ,

|h, physical instructor has announced that the daily dozen before mystery and leave the growing boyor treasury appropriations. Few are keep them servile to the lordly ,... C;---'_-..
1:{ breakfast is unnecessary. girl to. discover the facts for large enough o exert the purchasing Egyptians-and also how Mr. .
; himself or learn them from what power .of the government Moses discomfited and circumvented 09' a-- -
.' -0 he hears in the gutter. How much When the government, steps into him at every turn and finally .,
Even fish must be feeling the depression-they have better It Is to take the adolescent any field of business a certain led a general exodus of the Jews ...

begun to bite at artificial bait. Most parties are returning to : to one side and have a serious talk part of that field Is definitely lost across the Red Sea and into the r*..Ui"-"elli+o 1 i
with him about the wonderful Every added item of government Wilderness, from which they later
town with beautiful strings these days. functions of nose-blowing, if competition, by reducing the prof. emerged to conquer Canaan and establish *

-----0 you find the subject too delicate, Its of private industry, dinlshes the kingdom which produced -
A new type of plate glass has been made in England that just read him the above article. the government's source of taxes a David and a Solomon, an + Do You Know? + I
and adds to the tax rate of what Isaah and Jeremiah, a Daniel anda
f; can lift a weight of four tons. At last the day has arrived GEORGE ZEUS SHAW I Its left. Juda, Macabeus, and finallya

-j} when people who live, in glass houses can throw stones. (A copyrighted story released So far government competitionwith Jesus of Nazareth to bless man-
',,' O- recently told of George Bernard the bulk of business has beenon kind and make all nations and

fhe baseball bug is emerging from its cocoon. Even if Shaw flying over the great wall a comparatively small scale. races their everlasting debtors.
of China during a recent skirmish But once such competition: starts, Possibly Hitler regards himself as : AVAYJ '
,, Starke is not going to be in league ball this year, it is hoped there, and of his shock at the pan- its growth is simply a matter of a reincarnation of Menepta, and if 1 ,a

that we will have some Thursday afternoon games here orama of war stretched before his time. The committee's facts are there's anything in such theory, we
A immutable and they show vivid- trust his speedy discomfiture and
eyes. newspaper correspondentwas
\\i 0 at his side In the plane. "What ly the need for a thorough reorg- defeat at the hands of a modern
The Telegraph sympathizes with the Times-Union in its will come of It all?" Shaw ex anizing of,, government to take it Moses of the German Jews. And

; loss by death of William A. Elliott, business manager of that claimed.) out of the field of business In the that, in the words of the immortal
interest of economy, efficiency and bard of Avon whose birth and
paper, and one of Florida's most prominent newspaper men. Machine guns spit- opportunity for our citizens.-Industrial -, death date we shall soon celebrate, .. l
Quick Chinese youth begins to News Review. "is a consummation devoutly to be

!' A Seminole Indian girl has been exiled for wearing a one- fall.Writhing, -0--- be wished. for",-Winter Haven
wounded In the dust. ONE MONTHA Chief.
piece bathing suit at Miami Beach. Lots of American fathers Far above the ancient wallA -p- :

i often feel like trying the same remedy on their daughters. speck suspended. month ago today, with the )

o 'TIs Bernard Shaw, country in a high state of excite :a c
Who (Insulting temporarily end ment Franklin D. Roosevelt _
., The legislature has removed the'penalty for purchasing ed) inaugurated president. The nation : coo Late

automobile tags after February 1. The members probably Has perched upon a cloud. was about hysterical by the closingof .

realized that it was enough of a penalty to have to purchase. He hovers there virtually every bank in the coun "? ,
one at all.Write. And sips his morning orange try. Business was all but stag WI o Qlassifi j ..a tA. r
Juice, nant almost since the November
o Occasionally glancing down, election, which de-powered Hoover. Ey RUSSELL. KAY
:! your friends in the North and send them recipes Like some self-appointed Zeus. During the time until inauguration, I Florid .... Arwcjaeio.
His stenographer sits by, tense- Roosevelt had been busy getting
'; for strawberry short-cake, strawberry pie, strawberry ice Waiting for precious words to ready, but steadfaaUy refused to' Well speakln' of entertainment

',\. cream and strawberry preserves. The more they use, the better /all. take a hand officially. this little show they're stagln' at
4, Shaw clears his throat Earth the Capitol la an all-star attrac
off we'll be."Certainly. Naturally, there will be obJec-
tion. They've already put on a
tions to Roosevelt by many from
o asks, "What will come of it now on. Those veterans who have couple of hundred acts and the 1 1:11.M'
giving farm people a square deal is fundamental all?" their compensation reduced are liable darn show has Just started.

1 in any civilization, for they keep the wolf from the -&-- to start complaining (although -i : r
The Aeolian Harp, a stringed most of them won't) Labor The way it looks right now the
door cf the world and should be ,well paid for doing so. -Dr. I
played upon by the leaders may class the president as big idea seems to be to Just naturally -
>,t Ruby Green Smith.Cooperative wind, was first described In 1630.: aa enemy of organized labor, abolish everything from the
,i;' 0 The magical word "abracadabra" (which would not be true.) Govern- constitution right on down the line

;t Marketing of Farm, Products is the title of was first written to form an inverted ment employes who receive pay c..... .-j',_AI"
triangle., an "a" on each cuts have reason to The leadln' made hla bow
Bulletin No./10, recently issued by the Federal Farm Board. point. may complain.But ,man._ Ilk. shun In the Fur East the native women of the
thus far. Roosevelt still retains on the openin' day. He told 'em the THAT Indies and bulking
/ Walt are adept at balancing awkward
r II tit contains pertinent information of value relating to conditions that tremenduoua confidenceand folks back home wan all aittin package en their head*? In fact they carry most of their burdens in<
I I;' under which cooperative marketing associations may It is said that Saint Anthony support of the whole people 'round the dress circle ,with their this way and walk through the street with decided grace while b1l'
'{ lived to the age of 105 on 12 ounce which he Inspired as he took office. opera glasses trained on the stageup anclna parcel' on their head. The photograph shows a young Bar

reasonably expect to succeed. of bread and water dally. ,He thus far has done a splendid here, and the thing they were,bade- native, woman. returning from- market- ''' -with.- -a load- on Mr--mind:;


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