Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/02432
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 13, 1934
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:02432
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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FERA Curtailed flans For Festival ;I ,i,

I i DislrictMeetingOf Berry Season r'r'Finally
Cirlg Compete >/n J/xwir Fut al at Tampa J

Order Near
Illy New Completion

Methodists i Off
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jitting-Projects I GetWWe-Pcblidty; i iQo I II II I 'Here Next Week To Late Start t tr. ',,1

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&e4uced--Cart B_ M MMway Opeaa erb wr ay X-war. 11-gM. Tbwaeoyelpen. Jnda-- p*>i* Oae HMaf.il Pram *-* rt s
Addition C-- I I I Tkonday Night' |I :;7! 11 .. w th.rr I 1 Tfc**. .- ,.*.*......

-y I I fittmif r,.. .
of the local'FERA Bradford
Activities County Is eagerly awaiting '.
'were again curtailed this week the opening of 1U first 1 yy1 e Fret pmaa are Vtisig\ sole foe!I t Pwltae1 em.c1" sess.ul.vey ''I

wileD orders came front the State I Strawberry Festival which wW be!I !Ob aaanaJ auwtfitc e* O* JaCtsCrsrt **-;:-. C"4 a rate faa ...ac- CMs
to pass work onI the center of ;
Administration attraction throughout ', seaw7de' ClJafw rnK of t&ef I-' labr* gwvweva sad tdppeer"a
I all but three projects to this eoun.uj this section during Thursday t ''Y Yrrisdtt ltIhe by srlxtia.. memos tIMy: kt.
m nspal Chorick to bei
\\7, :Frfclay and Saturday of next week. 1 i..... nr.ru.. ... '-7 ... -
bleu kr. Ttarsrfwy aorf !
'. project that will continue I The celebration: will be officially fvtriay af -! adveril: 4lya yirt.r ; ,"

IW: Coast and geodeUc ,surrey; !opened at 1:1$ o'clock Thursday ,-.t: ww9r.. ow eswa is Mipad fiaar ,

I nUltlon to the county: court boos. f night, with an address by :Mayor The ew* r rait.. U>* [rIC .f SUP)laut.. Today, sea Wndreatry ;

iad the addition to Ute Starke i W. E. Ulddleton. From that time 1tfaf u ft* beat a. Jtr* *. III aaaay sat Iwo wenr a.nac lashed TYarwsl roc'

I Khool house. It warn stated by the 'on It wilt be anybody show with pars Sgt be atremied byto *.-...-&,;' ay der aieq.eat to c-c---.. ,

f cal! administration 'that there !ucleriUe'uta., fiddling contest honked t1ef.ga14 ItLrdl.eg the,, d.L"Y' *ep..ts Des esysa.Wei )

wee a possibility of work coottnub and sketches from the high school 'toasty-ee-s m/etetete 0Ie em-, *'0get II.0-. ... ..ell .

on grading the Lawtey schoolpounds I competing for the attention visitors. tee e. end thee .,...*. h7 bt- ..sI.,.. Prhea. ass Mld Ie MIctij

but this was not definitely .. {L'f"a... (nee ....... .sad Mbrs. q -. d std p- see .

assured It U also planned to bring a tn e Doe pvg. ".*8S tat ttw ton i S. a. -. llitlroe sae' 0sows

Corresponding reduction win be free anal'.act and a band in as ofay9 ... sat jt &**. eaaae&ifei ,,' prerp.s. QIa4 they .,w.

made in the administration per- part of UM celebration: IK B.. JtlMilt I4t basic tl* CJSBftHT- a wank or on aaRa.T1e .. .

nnael at the local FE2UL' oCttce.It BaDot. braes will be placed on act begs ft* SMMOOB Her. TSuraaxt&t -I f&wu. City MMMUB ttt irssng -

was said Thursday moraines ,the midway for the purpose of aaay at 4r ftMHk. waab a* i iIP. ,! tea a after reow 1 nsak.drr .
II voting on the queen of the festivaL < *v. C W, Witt*. ale 3pra.y'lattYahtet '--swta liesewse"" nCsae
The belief wa exprened at the', II I..... -- *r.MM "
Pennies win be placed to the bozeaand. Cinatk In JmdkreswCLlav
local office that thin curtailmentwu MM*
each penny will tout as a, tae sgwrnng vas enlr, XII, yute.
only a temporary measure w tram LnnfiMiuu
vote. The queen win be selected veIte w.s PMMAMr tie ] mtb wdriahorlb *
I guile necessary by a idoctto of, from lava *!&: -
twelve years ages.
funds slotted for this- cotmty..; will enter the conteat.InvttatSons who ,......,..ttttmt mataatim of Doe ettwebw u.a .ti cam -c tI* there. a.IC'I& .
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.. b. tebrmcerf ,
nave been extended to aenscDM aeMtd.eg I'
Libertv BondsAre to Governor Dave Sholtz and members -I Outstanding among tie glee ParstTencderta. .atisnili-w L )en.. Cay S 79>. IQwa Martha VftwvIX \aIiaL ) '

,of hill cabinet to attend ,the; clubs compeCag bat Saturday b XAIWl.ami meesdesa Mod Mss h1stha Sbuees/er -n.srq. L P!: Cbagmrs, mpesInoea 6d4d \ Festival Can R

celebration. I choral events of: Ute riortda HiP of the efts* am *&,*..* aline,;,tAft .-__ :Mon 3iet Ilk F4rsea Irate P imms Tarns, s M f''
It is expected that a number of ScbooI.1oIIU1ie ?. oval held Tampa !" w1Di PM of QW: .v. bunr,* *< DMFW
In, at -: to rbgM. fxwat:, nor 3Cr Want,-ana*peat. SKii GotZlfta ]C* ueaw
Called political speakers will be here dor- was Ute Gtrfs CIee Tab fill !&* Aaooe. Laurie Ttsuft* XM T.aIofw. sat mane Us Qae ailo- y'' s..*ema. Tie ere if bIn I

tag .Ute. three days to address the the Bradford County High School. I+alt, Jkg.a4, :xU11a: Seem. III.IIr&r' Ow s9w stab OVBant ', add'nmer wilt be aon S !Ida:. !iWifhontDcetses! i

I crowd that wtti throng the festival here. Expenses of: UK cMbr trtf: berg, Mss Isar, Long. xm. PJIe is seaweed Ices TaoatMsi..ea.Fadl.e: rrs- Delleigitn. .. the csnrwune wilt:

| Loral Bank Win Haa-fr. Exckaage grounds. ,I to Tam were snared -.,. the' Leg"s: bit t. rttfM. SMS nd sow; day Iftra.nmaa ....3; fatetaeevnueaesaeeo it e1tOOrtianaJf b the heaweY ed'i .

at Rata *T tiZM I Bradford County's celebration is I School Board Ute Btssiaeas MeaTs r'KiuWynav. llllBhei Mamref Itle.lfL.Cte! Jftaolk were Doe test! ar rats *.ai annyffe. The Xtuaum JKeaTe ,c--.a. ......_ ... a- \\t k;;ro

Per Th.moi ,receiving widespread publicity I Club the Womans Ous and ta.. JCa Lets. ant ass ma.ID.ovLOeal = IiIConr at a. .C vet thus y.... 'Ok* toQi raprsting, wtCb. 0eclasa4 I .-- Ae. 11I6,. ...- i&
-' ;throughout the state. A number U lID paarinuug naed.sl. sayv!; Leegrea I'
L. Stochwell. oamersator of newspapers have carried asnoamce- V MCrj ._ lresday -- t.tr,
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the Bank of Starke. was u.M week menu of the festival and news Closed Bank Here::, Postal I:<
In receipt of a telegram tram H avty of. Ua:D"opwm be broadcast [ Sl9&lfafTttaaae ?ate eeww.Jla.t. I tiam tad Ilk Asasevfa-Sa fagfas fir em-
Uorgenthao. Jr. trailed States five. or< six times over radio taUon S .-. M ato the 8tv.wbnvy ....... '.I'rr.

I secretary of the treaaury. rcqoeat- 'WRUF In Gainesville daring Over; Leal S u4 ',rf. ?e L *ut* AWJ sill 1. hail beat ant wvtk.sut .
Ing that be aid la notifyteg tadl- tile aex V week. t etsP .EC.LoanPkteiew : tSelfmf Move Par to ha. ins MaaheI M 0. eity' '

I X/timl_ bolder of wtstaadiet .... .. Are / rrft Liberal 1. The seas eS ..... rut! re
n' -O--T
Binds that -- Fkacar i'e CM bar x-Jk law: ftj..srQ y wirlng. Doe
Fourth Liberty they GrayAppointedToC.M.T.C.Office\ } ?
| are being called,for.redemption. I' J .srs Bra44r CwacsyI 'eel' .. ..ncu e.er me bed' Sam 'F1o-It1<' 1ev"" ...seepeaIm I 4tlewrew .. tee ...gags in ...... aam
I Baafc .. Get 'Of we d.e4ad,9hl. week
; 1 irepamas 1 ; p.m oat y-a. 4w.ga..In Tel..a.Qw ery..rm.J I r P*..... I
Only bonds with aerial airmlxtriI : .sn.... .. ...... SI* pass .C Roe tadevat ,Fyn.sawat .f mat IS .'seals pew a. hug I Iaa.a4
I aiding In f,0 er 1 ass betag eaOed. I 4 wag 0.. so --- rahar' -- .. ..,. ( Oa ednI&t 0e e-I lee '
w'e wela/er Noce[as amesa4 ewp.. +
Prior to April 1$. Una date on I.' U A. GraY; principal of the! A loan of from tZTjma to $3Itjooo -/,week. By 1PoMGmaetar 1aaenecwe'TemK '' :a-onus!emery. It a. r: "..... Atlmfacv Hi v.Bte ....'..,..., tits
hoes Eo r. tL teee
which interest panes, boUera of ij Bradford County Hlgn School has bas been aatkottBCffl fa* Wr'f\ :. ltecevpta Dora OSie sale td:' s.tsey.tsarw .e4ll aiu ,eetp; WlIioG M baatGiaaagt ... ctey" eaaawl ,Aa ......

these bonds are offeredt&\ pctr-(been appointed County Crvltian i Bradford' Cooaty Bank: kere cc-'r lamp dewsaighe su..a t ,Rset p4: at etUe Ejwrtry nafionrf 1ar.D1 t muse" at ,PIe Ier.a whaeth are ...'' par.e.j has: aaac.amt of '

liege of exchaogtag their' eajled Aide to the Secretary of War ae-(eordaag to mm anro.desmeat lva ,, ',!sirs, araaeaaDos etl Lawrie, rev i lkag snail .Y trl.lacy out sic aaey. Beata ftI .st.w1Mc oat ..-

bonds at par for a Lana of]cording to an announcement. reieerred week by. Etmitae Doncaat tr F1.4-C: ''www'e J.1fIjf.. wnur a.e'k afa.ad; I&c laser A Bilfi Iwo g>Mi m< tatufftmt 1IIa-a1 .c l"n-
Interest-bearing obligation of UM here for 'Z 1 ..... *!** -. ,
today Bequests chef who Mated that the Kfe.nmstnscttoss r.wd. Vut Wteax OwfiKtorr gmrautt SM tnmumif d aeen y'i,ety emaatl alisf to Obr a.lsefeue .-
United Stales to be dated April application blanks should be find teases Oorpnralkiai Lad .:s.;... dining eta 'f it.charter d I, 'sew fnuufnOmf tobfi wCibtnrtiM ..I .at ... eild a. let a* is. we n
[ Aa'm e, .... 1.
IS. |with the newly appointed aide. jaded faTorabry' an
The Bank of Sarti tog These camps are conducted everyyear II wtawts
the exchange for holders Rang to by the government and their I to Florida State dosed !subs. '' :t. ''whams Swrmvssi e J'* hear crwfl&orwi 9 akime. e6 awo a- wVek << .tarty. :

this community at: a charge of CZ. mission to to bring together for a Other beaks rtderrtac tiams 'tee' p s me hind et Doe feed. ''-- bass made m the pant. I I 'nor ihkLwaaq tinker wee stGeier$, .

per tIIO\ttaad.'TJb! ca fga pets month's training under bealthfalwaroemdtnga \ "were: r w? fali vse CarDwaCmw j Ares.' rag XT tnut. *:',Mat itavht Tmpase C.s,aevse.
postage and tammae to the bolder yang men from. an i: )IICaiarr Bank! of:3G4a.L rfA'': ilew! RtA* Oi|\"cme .. !Up -- rto dI _; a4 day i..a; Ups::;:Cwt Jhhaa mr... ,

of the bonds. : walks of We,on a common heats,|il S'Sel to p7.hfA: Bask: cf Terra Ore*. : raw gai lead E..k d CilanrE '- 1IomI.- rern a..l -7 ewe *'T..cs-w.I.ts;,.I, r...SAUUaaa at, i

"A great many balder of booda ot egtratfty.'sd" by supervised atkIcticsv I P.AI'II to u.MA: FIn SCzto Ban *r.., c:.. int glees <
In small denomSaatfea mm doobC- military drill and btstrue-[few Port Bieftey.ttW Slatq to SIMJI. r ,Redem. i at d eetmaars debts."Thar sew tae p.golotem Laval.Laa .,rM' C Fond{, Btr* CftMT, (ML

less unaware of the'adsarrages: ',ac:. to cttfaensftip to develop them'! >; tnt Fame ft Rut TaIIIp'' a ITas h udu a- beam sate i aesiw mac tra4teaWta --- Las.. eaaseea $1;. 0-.

of u exchange lido sear Ines C'I Ipirjrsseally and saoraDy to promote|1 atJ"". 1Z7J4 to"/ii9; r---1P ,m the hrp.c.. Jilt a litaar0'ssr ] ', fa .... to Dr fuss. Imgpaen.r terser,, sewers. Jim; MwvUJIT Ya7BfI.1e. .. 4"

Mr. StockweO said "'IIa& OW sew:'a wkftteaome respect: for <9BCifiae, Beak *f TaSasa CZXa to :' W ar a -to.r. fit to lw eest CIII4 lht! ._ e--. ; 'AuiCUWr Wytkae.
bonds to Uack- the rates of tin _1Ir.1''p.uIJI offered are, Hoar tOf at : L 'i anr ir Ray HTKnT Jets week aOiIr I! ,'.- aa.na ravlasuew wl1 ar&o.19' : Jhnasu} g.avua"iSt --
sulxtantial proateat wartby pi to Ct: them for iesvienUtp to peace i to J1gtd3:: Beak: *f PMn nasu XOiVM .- Vaism" Mytabye ... ..... 11t5* a.stgg ...... O'se IiNv tgWp am mum&ir tt Me.aweals WdDtar. carWSEav. OnmuMi.

serious consMezatlosv. aapecaaDy. ell or war sad to Impress pon them! to *WJM ; Lake OMAnr! bait m/Ie.wb _( etl..... the, C:r 4 .--.. hohe .sit 1*pat aa ...wm.. ,K<; ...... IfeffiMiaAK,.nntniKt, Mi ,e ,

since they may be porc&aMd at par I their ofcegjtfa.es. sad resptnJUaJtieai I,M.7J to S-'S,1I1n, reAm O.ely seat et tie AFew Tat artet. t HA. C. WalL Jr eat lit: JL t>

while the nJIme in easldmtably 1 ..cttksensu +JBaak sad Treat. Osmvaory at tar Stew< laaetmtasar. b.we b-ew ast.twed 'were pseah.ee.t at i14. ... m._ .flit. Okrv B. SUtrxxkat '/JottRa4faesawq RS-3lillLVSO CiT.-

above that ttgme' I candidate aanac b*. physseaayj> !i Load...jW d to MBvM<*.-5bnflk ra"Baak '', Deem) me edtw fill VUitlNmlr :Can to m- h.Meha. wows ___ s v. ex.ssa. hit W.:
fit aad of good cbaiacUar, aa A.- A Trot Camgy. XMtmM.tWtJWtt .I L X t- ay A- JLOwwiCy Tlamas' :33.4 per axt asawest penwa--. Di4* Rme JtltmlmgZtttbr :> mac.. ..& Miltto a-c-: ..mw. '

Lautey C. C. Area ettii**, or caw wfto baa tak- ( .. *-tJ>4*. J-.Ik"! XarSU4.8A .0, ..! "',. : Clear,. se=a.iiag'.w.mJa .seta : par o aaatt tar ,*.,.* kolb*. ULJ; m-6f c." 'Wa .. ,

Camp T ns oat Crrt peters taf mtun* r / to JlASjKftfl*", (}r-!!c..a&ay. easy.rids. ee./ts>p.linos ttlnwj wee .eel taw. tanenme. races ass ;F.sars Oasan rBMaft tfttttOTsyCtty : \lit

Requntf Equipment '\|_Ucet"H. amt ..... reacked bas fi""" Bank A Trait C.gsyi144lM ... j --t head. --11" .a :Xvpa caws : theD-lo&,. 4"1setle.4 ; Seat.. Pnhde: L sflfy SL tdA; rhsy.at f: !

i.-1.. birtfeday by/ the day i1 f1 Ie 'JUdII:; Bank .< Pray Her..Qg.r at wit a. aeeewwrg'' SM.L: "oJIC' ht name blare w.nwr Go x. IYrretme_dial .a& 0t c 'Mt. Remam Ibex ar- *

J. mugs open sad not bejkfts poaoel e.ca:7'U': at JCama JIWO."** to liter: a taay.cIss alt -aiJWt'a .susrgt:l.-as cpL.. .mpyr.rawest. .<** riot CUE ire mew Ha.I'(. 3 ,....-. JM1SSlt; w!'"

tar B. Johnson. entooatSeiLal dine- t. Uy-iata Mrtkntotunjaremots ,.Ap ....Vu73Me.- CXXaxnf TBrnaSi. Jk Tract ear MUS: casus aqsl.1 fejr tine eats, 31& rDIIC rain ]Wailsy of.-uramsiea .JICd ay W.: K.taisrmiSMK, ...," Jw___... 'aRIB'
; XTws ens : tk.Me
of .peaarag >
the Lawtey OvOBaoa -I by cnanea err Baste: 1"--..,. at Tsaep MM./IM/ to'sJfrslerr,i g ... e.vt filii ..;. m-. shams .had etteas.. : JL I. Ae.wee4517 tie ,
.1'IouJ.t&rlaC. tEwaaIlr .
vation a nTy eamiitfC "e JMr .. .
Peal for Camp thin week[mad si xp.lit to M. K**. 17 to 2t: ?.W'ti&, I* tIlt9Eaas .at Trmft Qvlaawyof : : Gn1d1 eras aaagc seCrstsW ...c.e amt r flna8! nruiaa --- beet BUT they ..serakon 'moat' ...aw: ;. a. trail aes 1'ass ,..:

for arttdea Ckat are Aofre4. Ito .. Etae; !* to29Utypkeftfl. Fort Stylus *..,. toBaak malIIM';; ,''j ttua it lzbe.Mt-aktEt ea es. the
non the eetdt+ia.esat aW redraw .A rkydrnt exseadsafl.a, k.taesinaii' Crwcnft Ctty. VOJUM to|r na eae.e -. hotakaee ctftt "*-" JUt that 1 t 1Gea. 1IMaee.i. Bjurai eta 3tta.t.sr : :alive.. IZ Ct tO ,... r 17', ........- : rsous c t

of the CHIp aaaeteYax. Ifs. ...-.c UI.fI1l1t: Loesbarr State BwsfitC2KJK! A' ttea: 'aa a-ee was esaGSU+eto they ee ae aaADJ' .rl.mnafr ace[i: Sos.sJ.....hstyQsrs ys.sewr,'; -. W. is:. C.>
The tot of artSchay .tifrb Jeb.- octant saasffl> >.ir.. sad at eerOfieatej I Tweet Csrgs.y. $2214 1.lZi*. pd.'Y 13(111( ...m s3 mail.'IQ: IIId. --uJIIot' -e l;_ a he kr naea& ase..t ea:.'sea.. a:.: '1f.} :: /enroll, ea.uel. '',

IOQ the deep ...... ....., ..-let .gno U Moral cssarnctor arc fnarad *.! 4110;;; lea Seat* Ekauk. :i ijjto afford ldio.epeea, ttwra "'1:2M7': a.e he r ......... In. Doe me-ate --- Gary lad w.wa.a4smon. faaa I;: gJ; Iuw,.m GwIII: ;? GJtF are IPIII';
dudeM The saw .. mmare t ac. 'aas r, fhtEaa 4k I---
rams.3t&1 ,;
stb- Eeafc
kwtrtssrtaa. < ae toAcateif as De a&jOcaCaaseei -; HSJWr; efW3sanr. (ttp.o pause. tole It waa gar
eqalpmnt selects T'JI _._ _Id .... *, .. SoU..*. j KexitemS :stow. ere ml a.aaei.base rs.eetL,?3law tr.sarap+W a-ra.. toa 'lf.eens tar.. Fhs. Ysse 3tfg,

IDd two pool toktaa.added w. fc*bold. tram July Sri j jto I fCJmftr !o. d5. Cat felts, oil he guars;' C1bIIIt t add e.0 adorlJIIIoe ;,c.. :lad: p.ty+ast auvaaat .-: >
H. .. _--r of Dc e ehe c.vr-I K. X fleets, need a aL )
Fire sbvsewl, limy
said at&tLlwlII7WWT DlSCbaaaLT .J5I .
a sassy to 0.
a-c Mf rsnoeyI flat,. annsurfxs Voavthj {'aur rgaaaesn. !Ut Ofcgyw as wgnc* Baby '
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eouId te pOI '- ... .... tau.., Cory. Are*, a*. Uw CUBswto r ,.*..;8 : IMtD.ITassles tm I.seasn the blaJs fill laser dl.y .c Taaaram Sher amo dys ergeaarastg..a r. G>vey. U..I td.e.n.ay .lUll:
I but Gloat I I "' iota seaswl. ,.....* j, eJIL L lhaaeic too m..........,JUiS';; t3t'ea.
Caoa lowhtisa ... .: nss'
are = .1 The Gsw Ceentr C&naift C amt iFM.eral.eecm _60... .. .. .... A. aftBMSh.Jbsma dsE.raR! 7 r
targe KB. coaM W paM for feet Parrasmis.-shad. ; Camp c.- ..34..dot .sf. rmtBCfy mcuratnf...LdeO.reeL Lan 1 r k saws e t yes
thlaThe Eon_espas*. Lao rrt P+r.gg. xc. I 4 eary at kasnnsan heave hone saraey __ IIIIIrI mug aap.mrt .aae4ma" ,.. .Jmy 'Twwr' JlanrclobA. a:- ..actin.. ...Tacky aC.f--I beat .tall: JL JIL AJweeaR .2 mns ;
:. Fort agivkopti Gas rart MeCtMOas ,' frsea a ..... arts*Is-. n.ttia0. tie,;f._t Sear m ea .era a,1; 1 tarpelaan SmMof h, ,;
camp L.. Mars Srsat 211II = 116 Den.. ....... ,.,....1
7 ar-. IlK 6 'Alai Feet Moftti, 5.. Mr. Overstrmt eaja toseverat iatlmurthat _. DwpJ7 esi a ap..sa.og t Olafr L.sV: .' ..." .T Ca>n- sa C* .net le
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130. A. sew IIII: cast scrsve*..C. years'... truss'7V"....c.... tat !: 'IbI&r7...tTT --->1fT Jasfc Tam. iBa< art OMMOiisr atft:Ge..fie 7 Xsft JWJ*. iltd; :
1 f.. ... : flit mra ssaar3aa.saIfy ant .
'A1D -.i .aM was : *< to tam ftt.-lr t (,!0ue ChwutBcy rf r MBdsu rs Dkmtla.4 9bte tX /ntnee as.-
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'Flee 1.tlnTp1lllAerirslaltY I balers rare r- mee clew titer .ets7a ant ass novae. aabs..a at *
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'-'JI'f'R noiTNTV ncucoRApn, STARKE FLORIDA __-FRIDAY-. _w ,_ .APRIL 1S. 13t

Telegraph I0 Special Writers Live Community Happenings Items Us by Must Tue8. Reach Noon

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BEACH DrugsB1Inafoidea
I Mr*. W. A. Tyler, Cor.
l 1&.!.!... Or.Fellr .
HIM Rhoda
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of Putnam Clun- Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Plnholster, Mr.. Delma McKenzie, of Jack- Sullivan was visiting.rela- Mr. and Mrs. Ed Courson left
R. Prlngal
Mrs. Jerry Dryden of Palm Valley W. busmen visitor here this of Lake City, were visiting friends sonville, was visiting her parents tives In Starke Sunday. Tuesday for their home In Chicago, Doctor throughout the
v'' the week-end here! with ty, was Mr. and Mrs. John Surrency, over several months *<*Vi
spent and week. and relatives here Saturday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Zelgler and 111., after spending agree there is mo. greater IoU
3 Roy Quinn ,theato
k her mother, Mrs. W. H. Griffin and family' left and Mrs. H. B. Crosby, of the week-end. son, Tommie of Jacksonville were visit here with Mr. and Mrs. W. buy and. take unknowa
family. of this week for Bunnell, where they Jacksonville, spent part of last II Mr and Mrs. Alvin Warden, of visiting the former's parents, Mr. R..Swamhon. Air WQ doctor. draft
.Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Moody will make their future home. They week here with her parents, Mr. Patterson Ga., were visiting relatives and Mrs. J. J. Zelgler Sunday. I to your
relative O T. Nelaon was attending Bo-when into
Belmore were visiting here the week-end. you go a sUm
have been residents of our town and Mrs. L. R. Gainey. over Mil. Long and Mrs. Josephine
j here Saturday afternoon. I twenty-five years, and will be Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Flitch, of Messrs. Marlon Fentlne and Lon- Sullivan of Hampton were visiting business in Starke Saturday. law teal Bayer Aspirin, see that
{-' Algle Crawford returned home greatly missed. Hampton, and Mr and Mrs. H. B. zle Malphus of Gainesville, were relatives here Friday after- Mice Mae Belle Bodey of Starke roar*itBemea.be'

Saturday after spending the past Rev. W. S. Matbeny. and Rev. Crosby and children, were visit- visiting here Sunday. spent Sunday afternoon here with that doctors eadcne .

several weeks near Jacksonville, Lyle, began revival service at the Ing friends In West Florida the Allen Surrency, of PhIfer, is noon.Mr, and Mrs. L. J. Moon and Miss Viola Mae Tyler. GemooM Bayer Aspirin M
the guest of relatives City Hall, April the ninth. Everybody -,first of the week. visiting his brother, R. H. Surren- children, of Jacksonville were visiting Sunday SAFE relief for headache: cold.
Mrs. Bessie Sumner spent
Robert Crawford spent the is invited. H. P. Gainey was transacting relatives here Sunday.Mr. ore throat, pain of rheumatismawl
week-end at Water Oak with Char- I wish to thank my friend at cy.Mr.. and Mr. R. M. Johnson and with her sister, Mrs. B. Wal- neuritis etc.
nlo Yarborough and Rudolph Hampton, and elsewhere for their business la Starke Monday. daughters Ellen- and Madge of and Mrs. C. Sullivan and son,
{ Mr. J. J. Morgan and son, Percy, were visiting relatives in dron.Misses ,net remember this. Deouuxi'and
Chism.hl kind and sympathetic service ren- Waldo, were In our section Sunday Freda Brown, Inez Ker-
? Miss Martha Crawford and Mrs.isl Jered during the sickness of my Clarence, were transacting business I Providence, Fla., Sunday. sey and Wllllemae Johns of Double get Genuine
Florence Carlisle attended the sing son, Thornton. (Signed) L. G. in Starke Friday., Lonzle Malpbue and Miss Era Mr.: and Mrs. J. J.; Zeigler had Run attended church here Sun- fib
Sunday afternoon. Johns, 8r.Marvin. We are very sorry to report that Smith were visiting In the Hell- I as ter guests this week, her sisters -
at Evergreen Blrt of Gainesville was Mrs. Millie Gainey, Mrs. Wallace bronn Section Sunday"_ Mrs. O. A. Thrower of Jacksonville day.Rev. Genuine
Crawford entertained L. Hicks filled his
Miss Lucile the guest of hid brother, C. A. Crew, and Mrs. Thelma Parker F. M. Griffin, who has*a posi- and Mrs. S. S. Paul of E. regu- Bayer
several of her friends Saturday of her Blrt, and his aunt, Ada Nlmmo are on the sick list this week. tion Gainesville. was home dur- Miami. lar appointment here Sunday toe note
night with a dance in honor Remember School 10 e morning and evening.Mr. .
Palm last Sunday. Sunday a. ing the week-end. ftefeort
sister, Mrs. Jerry Dryden of Mrs. J. W. Horne, was a business m. and B. Y. P. U., 7:30 p.mat In hiding their kill for a future and Mrs. H. Prescott of ......
Valley. visitor to Gainesville,. last the Baptist .cburch. Everybody The parachute was first used in meal, tigers prefer to drag it up Starke were visiting .friends here -
Miss Mary Gasklns of Winter Saturday. welcome France. hill rather than down. 'Sunday.So .
; Haven arrived here Saturday. She -

PH1 4 expects visiting friends to spend and several relatives.weeks. / "KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES"---Loyalty's Reward ---By POP lIOllANrtWHAT \ t

; Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Johns and I ? "Cll -X -"" mjr HMMMMB n 1BBBB_ >>Vl BBW*>>WerirfflWn >.nSBBBBm UllLlJJ .- ._!_

children of Woodlawn were sup A DAYn!!: AMD TH' 8SCOMD 'TH' AMY!:

per guests of Mr. and Mr. *. R. N. i/ ,' WHAT A 'DAyw8L.L. .. ONB CAMS IN TIMe SENT ME ANO'T'HER:. -AT THAT RATE ,

Crawford Saturday night. ., 8AQ"'i b BlcIIlN! WfTVC- Tt COOK LJL3NCH-- Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Prevltt and WH"T'6 "'n-4' TM' FIRST! MAID xTOCWY AND THEN. DEClDBODIONT O'CI..OC.I API' b.4a'V, STAYS TILLTH' END

Ig baby daughter, were visiting in MAID 6\TUATION HIRet 8H6 "ANT" HERE NOw OP 'T\-4' weds,

;..j Woodlawn Sunday. TODAY" -ARC JOT: MA AND TO&TA.Y --, *4e.I- WANT TO
Mr. Jerry
Mrs. J. Roy Quinn and \-.IE wrnc 02 QUIT OtsFORB A
Dryden, of Palm Valley, were WITHOUT ? NOON !: Hoi.Y RETIRE OM iAsPENSio
visiting friends and relatives at SMOKE !; !:

,? Graham Sunday afternoon. '
t Mrs. R. N. Crawford attended i
,ci the funeral of Mr. William Oarrett -
near McClenny Sunday, and }
was dinner guest of Mr.and Mr. yt'v :0

Jim Lyons. i
of Starke was I I '
Charlie Gasklns s
visiting his uncle, J. -L. Gaskins, t'v t

.Sunday. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Ruscell Redding e-
and baby were visiting her mother, ,
Mrs. Jean Oasklna, Bunday.EVERGREEN .



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TTUUiPVail.. OH KKtsPVWIN0 Misses Pauline and Juanlta Ron.lar 0" 'ME PltTlltllR! ''"' '' \ I
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frlands Wednesday, .,night with a ? ) ,
pound part Game were play. .
5 ed, after which refreshments were
'served by the girl's mother, Mrs. ,1skraF? ..
'J. E. Rosier, assisted by Mrs. Jean
Ooaklns, Mrs.' Echellle! Roster and
Mrs. Bob Crawford.Mr. I
and Mrs. R. S. Rosier were .
visitors to Starke Saturday night. 'mnlRkRen7Y ''

Mrs. J. S. Rosier and Stella Mae I {I /
;. Motes spent Sunday with her I J-I
Motes spent Sunday with Mrs.' J. ItilrII" I I

.M. Rosier at Woodlawn. i r ./
Cohen Peele was a visitor to t
q' -Jacksonville Saturday night. e
Mr., and Mr. Ury Reddish of -
Wter Oak were visiting here Sun- wN, ++al/

Louis and Clarice Rosier spent
Sunday with their cousins, Misses '
Alllne and Lorene Rosier and
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'T"" :Jtmmle Lee at Woodlawn.Mrs. -
.. Clyde Carmlchel of Ocala: --

and Miss Allene Roster of Wood- : MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET: } By L".F.Ya:; Zelm:
t lawn were visiting their grandmother .
"' Mrs J., S. Rosier Sunday .

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free balloon for'th... National LUtIIttII tSAl/R10GR. .. -
o''' Gcorgraphle Society to be used In
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hopes It will go fifteen mile high. GQL. ?
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;; to the Beat Inten'st ,otJtJDFORD MUSIC FESTIVAL So 1ZRE'4c3' Me I / TEatile&. WAS: NtRGKf This great lis tie classic In to take COLUMN
IIWH SCHOOL LAST YOUNG MAN r-r'bIf' ooUII MAD NT place In the Rap'n Tap Arena in .'

] Girls and Mrs. Wall Report Enjoyable VOII Got All pTs *'/. the town where .,'
Patrons and .AJu mae, 'IIMAlIE. $\ b $C 1o01 the arena Is located Starke Fla.
Time; Excellent[ Provisions Z ,;
pdssts To SAY foR vtJ1Sei. April 11. at 1:30 a. m April 12, 1934Dear

-- EDITORIAL sTAFFp Made-for Guests 11> rs Foe PtA'tE 1011'O o.attwt: The nlght'a card la lined up .. Aunt Snssyfrass: 9

Friday morning the Girl's Glee tine d" e4T To F100KY. 1. 'to "'V'te. ttoot0( follows): For the past week Carlle and I t
,?, Hog d..__.__Edltor-ln-Chlef Club of B. H. S. met at the schoolhouse COt'I-.i'' ece ;.... FINAL, BOUT-15 rounds or leas have been debating on the following I '.
+ JtoPP-Asit. Edltor-ln-CWef at 8:30 excited could -- '-1' lwCA probably lens). Bunnle Canova question: "A Pole Cat Is Pret- ':
so we '
"Holms_____Managing Editor 6RH"D f0C01iort 1b DO' "Battling Bunnle. va. Beatrice Miner tier Than An Alley Cat. We can- 7/
hardly alt still. We had to wait tTS wRos gMnM
&!irHarley__ M na.. Editor .. "Boisterous Beatrice". not come to any definite conclusion }
{ IDs chang. Editor several minutes for Mr. Gray to ...,- each ;' ,
T. n7 __ : ,We are so worried, because ;
SEMI FINAl-Lois A d kin t
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chauffers Robert F4NALs
( give our (
EL EditorS Chap o.. .
: shall
rwlclc---A..t. \- thinks that he is right, What
'em Low
"Lay Lois"
vs. Kitty
man and Sullivan. Carter) the flow t ass's
Editor ex- $1dt11RAeLSNMn .
Llt.rary -
Jackwn -- :: GR 1 Hogged "Klllem we do? Please answer as soon as
J r. snyder, Ant Literary' Editor pense money. At last our dream S\oor EI'rot. \,. Y' GoT possible. \ .

I uierSchnell\ _________Sports Editor had come true. We were goingto 'IOU PRELIMINARIES; Special 6 Anxiously yours ..

I Blgg____Asst. Sports Editor Tampa for the State High -p r t Rounds--Marjorie (Stump "Mur Marguerite Prevatt.
I Si hln __________Society Editor School Musical festival. f4UPF derous Marjorie" vs. Lula Red. Starke Fla., '

I gears a Godwin____*_____Joke Editor We went through Gainesville and M.'Pli' :.- grave. "Lookout Lula". April 13, 1934. ..

I Anderson Jr., Awt. Joke Editor1.eer _. J..J 4 Rounds--Lots Long. "Bad Girl .
..vr. Wllllaton stopped In Dunellon to Dear Anxious Marguerite: ,
My I
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Austin-Entertainment see Harry Tyson and Arthur Man- Birdie" vs. Mary Pearce, "Merci I must admit that your problem I :

I urth Brownlee.-___.____Reporter ama, stopped In Inverness to visit / 1 less Mary." Is Indeed a serious one But I have i ;

I Primary and Elementary Citrus High School with whom we 1 4 Rounds-Martha Brownlee, not found a problem yet which Is .

ss =====s= exchange school papers and we "Mighty Martha" vs. Kathryn too deep for me to solve. So I have Lt. ,

also had lunch there. Next we arrived flr' Haynes, "K. O. Kathryn". spent quite a bit of my valuable "

Calendar Of Events in Brooksville, then on to i 4 RoundsDorothy Rltch. time in thinking about your question J <-

Tampa.We F/ and I have come to the conclusion
ai \ "Deadly Dorothy" vs. Annie Laura

Friday, April 6 Senior As- drove! directly to the University II ll Tucker "Amtablo Annie". that you will Just have to I. .: I\\t,
use this old saying for your authority
Mrs. Carpenter's room of Tampa where we were Promoter: Sullivan Ryan Carter .
lembly, director. ib' 1r In solving whether a pole (I(
to meet Mrs. Wall our Admission: Two Smackers. '
n charge. cat In. prettier than an alley cat; l ;
cho- This University a cas-
6-Special looked /
Friday, April First man in the ring (oth.rtwo Does. .'
Is As Pretty 1
tle from, the street. We went into "Pretty( :
rui goes to Tampa. 4 I of the three being ladles) : Wil Advisably yours ;;i;
April 11-Ht-T the main building where we met
Wednesday liam Rice Pllrker.Judg.s AUNT SAS3YFRASS :
Mrs. Wall. She and Marjorie .
Club meeting. 12-Elemen- Stump, Elaine Wynn, and Ree : Maura.! Leon Arcntoald )tjj '
April :
Thursday, Gray Charles Wesley Larson and Hart teacher.Fifth 1J,
Thede had gone down Thursday
tar)' Chapel. Howard. Grade ll" ;i' r :
Clyde M.
Thursday, April 12 Glee because Marjorie and Ree were to 1 Undertaker In charge of remains Jack Halle Irvin Ttllman, Edward '91 '$;

Club, under direction of Mrs. A. play piano solos Friday morning. ,N / of defected: Richard Rudolph Barnes Frances OVer treet, ." y
While we were waiting for the Carolyn Keene, ;',
Emmallno J
8.:., .
Thede Jr.Minister
last car to arrive a few of us went last sad rites Gladys Johnson Garnetta Hubbard, )J' I

LOOKING FORWARD for a little sight- eeilig walk to of the aforementioned to preach puglU t.- Sadie Prince. Eunice Perkins .: ,ji.

see where the beautiful music was teacher. it) .
Lester Austin. .
coming from. We were startled by I sea: James i
Next year we are looking: forward NOTICE:-This bout Is under Sixth Grade 4 _
two nice looking men saying "Hello Vernon \ ?r
to a better and bigger high / ., the auspices of the P-HI Club. Ev- Jean Davis, Jumanda Dyal {' ..f
girls where are you from? L. M. Gaines, Irene "
since have a new wing Dyal
school we One of the girls said "Starke."The -Me. Cuuimr erbody Come. 'j ;\
the building which will contain wc( No allowed.HONOR Goodge, R. E. Jones Mary Jane \
it oo least two new rooms. The cloak man said "Where la Mrs. Wall? dogs Judd. Alice Peterson Resale Thom- '{C; ,!;.}

upstairs will be united with We want to take your picture to as. Edna Strickland teacher ,';'!
room put In the Tampa Times, because ROLL10th Emmett Perryman it'
Senior Personalities Billy Jackson
tie science lab to become one big .
science room. We will have at least you were the first Glee Club to JUNIOR S EN I OR 7th Month AverageSeniors I Tommy Ritch, Margaret $I : ; :
register." We forgot our dignity. -- Grade Pearce Juanita Barefoot. Margaret t .' 11
and sub- ,
teachers new
two new We ran down the hall as fast as PROM SCHEDULED Palmer Williams was born in WUla VtdaKlUingsworth
ta to the high school Miss Fernandes-Olen Beden- Lowry W. S. Rivera yea" .
$ open I Starke October 2. 1914. He has
could. Thank goodness the other Elisabeth ,
Madeline Crews, Audrey Mary
Next we are looking forward FRIDAY EVENING Scholarship, 92.2; Citizenship lived In Starke all the nineteen bough
year girls had arrived. We posed In teacher i>!
9 Hall Vonda Imman Lea Reha Jef- Smith. R. Jacobs, '
95 Absent, 1.8 (days>)>; Tardy. 'r
to a bigger football team. front of the main building with years of his life. This year he Is fords, W. N. Jones Alice Royster Seventh Grade '1'1 ,

the new material develops well several other cotestants looking at Long Anticipated Event at Loot (times). "..nlonScholar.blp. completing/ his last year at B. H. 8., Ivan Sponholti, lona. Tillman I Dor- A. Z. Adklns. Jr., Lucille Blel- '.)I

u we think It win we shall haveu us with envious tyes. Did we feel Mature toReality. 89.2 Citizenship and ought to be proud when he receives othy White June Whitfield, Liberty llng Dorothy Boulware, Clara ';\\1\\ '
good a team as we had this ; his sheepskin. Palmer allaa"Brownie" Inman .f
Important 94.1 Absent 1.5; Tardy .6. Whltfleld. William Wooten. Flume Sidney If!
; "
If not better. or "Nat", as It were,
Tear Audra :I..i..
hotel Grade Harvey,
Next we all went to the Sophomore 11th Green Lovanna

Next year Mrs. Wan plans because Thomas Jefferson where rooms I One of the big events of the Scholarship > 88.9; Citizenship, went out for the football team for Mrs. Hoffman and Mr. Howard- Bell Phillip., Loyree Phillips, N. 'iii 11.. ;II yt
the first time In the
of the success of the glee had been reserved for us. We look season has finally arrived. The 93.7; Absent 1.4: Tardy, 4. He was a second string past guard season.anda Jessie Mae Brannen Frances Cad- T. Rltch Jr., Doshla Smith MellleSllcox s If. .''t
dub this year to have music all the Carlisle, Robert Gloria Johns. ,
ed like Pbaroah's army marchingIn Juniors have been working all FreshmenScholarship89.8 man Audrey ,
good one, too. He has a letter
over the county. bath. for the Francis Cotton, Melva Mary Harriett' Bishop Shirley. t"
for a week trying to get ready ;; Citizenship,. and also a Jacket to show for his Chapman .
know all the bus students are Is 'i Merrill Edwards, Joe Edwards Deary. Lorraine Hartman, Doris J'
know everybody 1.
We went to bur rooms rested Prom so-we going 93; Absent l ; Tardy services on the team. H. dislikes Crosby b
looking forward to the new buses for an hour dressed for ripper to have a grand time. hard and Leecy Fogg Frances Hemingway Sllcox. Doris Strickland Geraldine : ATillman. \ .
Mich we will have next term. "That's what I want to know." studying long assign Blake Jackson Dorothy 8. L. Alvarea, Ralph DuBois \ ;'
then after supper we met at the Everybody I. to meet at the Woman's ments. He likes baseball and football -
Leslie Biggs hotel where we rehearsed our beloved I Club Friday night at 7 o- and also having a good time Marwlck Carra Belle Norman, Jewett Fogff. Mrs R. F, De-v P.i r i
llth Grade StayatHome"They: say thatIf Sapp. Louise Snyder Irma morest teacher. ,_ J.
"Butterfly clock to get their ticket to go to Dorothy
song of any kind. Palmer plans to studyto .
there's anything: In a man. travel Stockwell. Callle Strickland, Eighth Grade .,:
After this we donned our evening the 'alow; *o If you want to go will It out. be an electrician when he finishes Drlsk.: If &f
bring Anita Walnwrlght. Goriest Crosby Emogen. ,
STUDENT to the show be sure and be en ...
COpPERATlVH dresses, and motored out to the Indeed I school but says he would like "" ball
Footloose:-"Yes. Twelfth Grade Vlrgenia Fugate, Clarence Gill ;.
GOVERNMENT University where a reception and time. found that out ray first trip across to "rest up" a year before start Lois Adklns, George Arwood, Mar. Markley Hornsby L. O. Jones, Jr., "h r

dance was given for the contestants .the ocean.*" ing his studying. tha Brownlee. Bunnle Canova Idell Billy Long Ella 'M. Manning ,'
President. SnUlvan Vice
Carter The ball room was very'beau --
HI SOCIETYThe Clemmons, Carne Faulkner Wood- Vesta McRae, Rosevell Nogel Les t
president Edwin Tbrode Secreta-
; tiful. We met several nice boys First Diner (eating with gusto A. E. Wall Jr., was born In the fin Hale Kathryn Haynes Kitty ola Norman Edna Pearce Franees a'

ty,Gullda Marie'The e;Treasurer and danced for a few hoars. Then ) :- "Brave old tlrd-the turkey little town of Starke. He has a habit Hogged Norman Johns, Mar. Lee Peek Vernle Phillips Billy 9(
delightfully entertained
Committee Seniors
Chairman Taylor Louise; Library Jackson; Office -- home to meet the slumber jnan. Wednesday were night with a "' of being late for school. This In grelte Prevatt.Lula Redgrave Lester Powell Lillian Stump, Aree Freeman I a

Committee Chairman, S. R.. Saturday morning we were awakened Kid Party which was given by Socond Diner wrestling( with considered his special privilege. He Schnell Richard Thede Lester Carol White.. Mrs. Bynum, a:
at seven thirty by nor telephone and this one died la a lover of sports and has been a Jessie Mae Dennison Mild Perkins teacher.
Johns; Chapel Committee Kath Mrs R. R. Prevail In honor of her leg) :- "Yep Austin I
I ringing loudly. By the way valuable Tornado linesman on the Opal GradeVirginia .\
Vera Galney
his boots
ryn Haynes Washroom and Marguerite, who Is a with on. red Dlnklns.
Han Committee; Boys Chairman Jo we occupied practically all of the member of the graduating class Tornado team for the past three GlIsBon Carolyn Hutto. Loul.eJacluon. Alveny. Mildred Brown 't.1

Stafford; Girls' Washroom and sixth floor We then :had breakfast everyone bad a grand time playingkid A. E.:-= 'Tve decided not to pay years, the last few games of his S. R. Johns Lois Long. Eula Mae Dyle, Katie Fugate. Lois :dSc .r

Hall Committee Chairmen Lull and went out to,the University games and at a late hour delicious for the'tattoo. career being moved to the back Beatrice Miner; Sinclair Peek Helen Judd. Margie McMillan Oleta ; 1:,

Redrave;,. Attendance Committee. to sing. Hundreds of boys and girls refreshments were servedto Prlnter.yiJ'1.I pay me or we'll field. Here he filled In very capa II Prather Pauline Priest Alta Smith Arlle Sponbalts Andrew dt
the state were there. bly. He likes to ride radios swimming Larson :,
all Mr
Chairman. Richard Thede; Cheer- from over the guests who were dressed In take It oat at your bide." Rahme, Joe Shuford Marjorie Taylor Jack Underbill.
They also pad on their yellow fishing\ dancing and &oodlooklnl' I Stump Dorothy Swanborn Annie teacher. 1
up Committee 'Martha kid costumes.The
ribbon which had "Contestant girls. He also likes to I Rhoda Zeigler, Ruth ?
Laura Tucker
Brownlee. Manners and Morals Mrs. Long:-"Raymond, give mea
; Musical Festival tease His main ambition la
School \ people. APRIL \
Florida High CHANGES
Committee sentence with the word flippan Zeigler. SCHEDULE ,
Chairman ? !Inc the members
Ins are
After hearing to become an aviator and he plansto
written on It. Low 'First Grade BTII AND TRAINS WILL
Norman; Traffic "Squa .. 'Chalrnum several Glee Club' Sing we :heard of the Girls Glee Club who had cy" enter an aviation school: soon Roberta Whltfteld Beverly RUN AS FOLLOWS I. '

Johns;'Usher's Committee our number "TOT' called out. We such aa enjoyable trip to Tampa Raymood"Let': flippancy after graduation "When he gets Parks, Clara Sweat Alescla Noe- -

Committee.fnnil Peek.Chairman Chairman Cbestei; Flat ealmrjr; arose marched: to the front to the Music Festival last week!" whether I pass-or flunk. big." A. E. has offered his time gel Helen Malphurs, Bryan Har- Starke, Fla., April 5th, '34 C h I

and smiled as If we sang before Tucker and service to the high school eves rell. Mack Futch. Thomas Williams. Southbound! .
Laura \
Annie .
end: Misses ... Scotchman who He '
a since he freshman.
There was a
hundreds of musical critics every Weldon. !
Norman Carroll. Stephen No. 11, Due Starke a57 a. m.,
Rhoda Zeigler Martha Powell El- wrote the editor saying that If anymore Is always willing to assist his classmates : Olive Ray teacher. Local. ''I'''

> ASSEMBLY day.After we sang w. motored to aine Wynn Ree Thede. Lola Long, Scotch stories appeared he'd and teachers In any way and First Grade, A-B No., 1, Due Starke 11:17: p, m.. ,.,

PROGRAM Ybor City Davis Island and down Lola Adklns Dorothy' SapprLilHanSteinberg. quit borrowing DM magazine I has taken part In many of the Paul Andrews Gene Noegela, Local. ,\'

Bay Shore Boulevard. We then Mildred Hundley,' Kitty' I. plays presented by Bradford High' Edward .Ricks Alice Click Gar- No. 107 Due Starke 10:07 a. m.. F .
The 'WIUI' 'la "Don't. think it'spossible In "Black i'
program which I Sullivan you He took the leading part Todd. Dorothy
where we Eva
went back: to Ybor City Martha Brownlee, Marjorle nlta Hutto I Limited.
charge of Miss Madge Mlddietoa Hogged to love two girls at the Eyed Susan; and Is also taking
had a delicious Spanish dmnsr. Stump the accompanist Mrs. Jean Williams Madge I No. 191, Due Starke 10:05: p. m.,,
Consisted of a sang ".le.. Loves same time 1"" the lead In the Senior play .hlch

e sung by the audience, also the Next we met at the hotel, and Wail Mrs Long. Mls Rosalind, Robert:- "Not It they know will be presented In the near fu teacher. First Grade Limited. 1
Burning at two o'colck we went down tom Jacobs, Messrs Robert Chapmanand of the Northbound 4
prayer the flag eatoto, about it"REVEREND ture. A. E. Is vice-president Grlffts.
where we Carter accompaniedthe Lyle Anderson Esther No. 12 Due SUrke 8:17: p., m.,
and the tong "America". Devotion- dock on Tampa Bay Sullivan Senior class and has been actingpresident Grade i .
II exercises to meet Mr. and Mrs. (]earpLhtnptoD contestant. second Second Local.
the se
were then rendered by PRICE' during I Donald Bagwell, Ray, Johnson. I Starke 0:08 a. m..
Rev. c. who are former residents GleeClub No. 2, Due :
of the
B. Price he is
of the president
Baptist their SenIO-and: Juniors.. are I meter Margaret Stringfellow.gceond >> I
We boarded The' Local.
church of Starke.
A reading "Jony BI11,". BAPTIST PASTOR and holds a prominent office
was given by Billy" and two ,yachts: and rode for several looking forward to the annual Jun In the HI-Y organization Grade No. 108, Due Starke 6:01: p. m.. "
BUkely. Cecil
following this was a reading. "Our miles out In Tampa Bay.. We had ior-Senior party which will be given TALKS IN CHAPEL Joe English, Charles Jones Keet fee Limited.

given by R. v. Allen A. T. refreshments about four o'clock. on Friday April 13th. -;.. Marjorie Stump was born Feb Leach Harold Prevatt Nina Bishop, Starke and Wannee Branch
Olin White
back to the hotel Pitts No. 101 Leaves stoke 7:00 a. m.
Andrews. We then came -
Cohen Warren and Fred Mr. Howard's Eleventh Grade IS 1916, In Starke Florida. Marjorie Davis, BettyJo
Ruth Click
De&ller. A play! In three parts "A and dressed for supper. JOKESEnglishman Give PI'ocr.After has blond hair, blue eyes and fair Sewell, Kathleen Stockwell, No. 102 Arrives 1:50 p. m. )y
LIUe Girl After supper we went to Is talented Dally except Sunday. 'r i
Who Wquld Not Work" Minister's Address complexion Marjorie very Wainwright Alberta .
was to hear the concert The Patsy T, GRIFFIN i
alao gives, Thoee 1t1Io took and :- "What's that both in music and elocution Woodward. Mrs. Herbert S. Rltch, '

part In It were: Little Olrl.. Oar.llita very beat'muelclana played noise I 'ear outride this The school had M its guest Fri and is always willing to give her teacher. ; r
hours, blooming at Mount
Jean Hutto; Her Mother Dorothy sang. We learned stayed that for even three If many time of night T" day In assembly for the first time time and talent In the many school: Marie DuBois Doris Mae Gaf- Wilson The 100-Inch University telescope California U
Williams and athletic-
Red ,Paul mlalrtar activities. She Is very
; Squirrel. "Why that's an Rev. Price newly acquired
Andrews; B.e'E. L. Cooper: Ant.PinkClover.JMe people think that young people American" of the local Baptist church. basketball being her specialty. In faey.. Third Grade the largest one In existence sLake
Alice classical! music, owl. is the largestfresh ,
about Superior {
Click; Halt care these nothing young people really were art Englishman "Of course it Is, Rev Price gave a,,short but very the "Senior Facts" she Marjorie was voted Is Violet Johnson. Lucille Edwards, water lake In the world, with ';
athletic girl.
the most
address on game
ata. It was wonderful to see these but 0'. 'owling? Interesting teacher. a surface area of 32,000 square
THANKS playing and singing of life. He spoke on this topic doa "Woman's Bachelors Club The Joe Andrews, Richard: Jackson, miles.There.

young difficult people selections beautifully. Mrs. Long:* "I take great peas- manner that would appeal to, and participants were Audrey Carlisle Sara Barefoot Gloria Buford. Ida

Glee 1.Irs. Mabel"W Wan and the Girls Sunday morning after breakfast ure in giving you X> In English." be understood by more' easily Geraldine Johns Irma Stockwell Lulu Davis Mary Dixon Dorothy are about 230: known varl-

Club Want to their "0-. make it a 100 the average school: student. By Lee Johns Alvertlne Johnson Pat-
expr.ss George- Dorothy world
two of the cars left for home; Elizabeth Holllngsworth. etltes of cheese In the manyof Ill'
sPPreclatioD for making It possible and yourself." comparing' the'game of life to an and Keen Katherine Klnlaw Sara outside of
for the car that I w. In went home enjoy Marwlck, Frances Cadman. sy which are not known
the girls to attend the music athletic game he brought out the Sewell,. ,Barbara Snow Clarice
Candy Bridge, St. Petersburg Louise Kite. This was more or less their native land.
In Tampa this ye.r. They where by we motored around and saw Teacher"If yqu subtract 14 difference of these two games and an old maid's club and fines were Thomas. Grace Wainwright, teacher. --

especially want to thank the tolIoetng what's the difference?" showed many facts and necessities derived
' the interesting places Clearwater, from 116. inflicted upon any member seen Amber Is a fossil resin
: The Parent-Teachers As- "Yeah. I think It's a of the former'wblcb can be benefited Fourth Grade _
which Is the prettiest place 1 have Sullivan: with a gentleman. The skit was avery from extinct connlferous trees.vorirn
-"tloD "" Business KeD'e Springs lot of foolishness, too." by. One of these was the amusing one. Billy Boulware Donald DuBois,
Club and. Tarpon "
The W0 *"'* Club the TT. ever seen Is fact that In aoathletie game there Enos: Hayes Othma Haynes Harry or r..IIIVI"OIOI I

Gray The School Board and Prof. where the sponge Industry. prom First Flea:_ "Where will you if nothing that, part colarly: forces The program was then turned Helium. Shirley Morgan Thelma Bx the power v..t.e in thorn brth
inent. to Mr. Gray, and several announcements "tat. of florid th.
over law. ul lh
not In the Mae
We arrived home Sunday afternoon tend little Happy when he grows one to play, but so gameof Ricks. Geraldine Slices Edith Hoard of Public Instruction of Bradford .
tired but ?" life-one most play this whether Taylor Carrie Belle Bennett. Mra fount ti.r.l>r cull as election
about six o'clock up for' about lo b. hold I in Now Jllver Special TaxOUtrtot.
The assembly adjourned
not .
Since uy I be wishes) to or
1919, K::n t spent that had advanced many Second Flea:- "Oh. suppose April Je 1114 at II.. aohool
feeling both the glrTs
$1.0412.323 like his After Rev. Price had given his thirty minutes and came back popular with filler deride
for he'll to the dogs hou.e |n New A'
go and
par feeble m'jatenanee paw miles on the road to education. address- Irma StoekweU recited to bear a talk'on the life In'' Africa boys. AH in all she Is a great for the purpose of holding said

IDInded., rather. the poeIII.HIIdMIoI Days." by a man who has had much asset to the Senior CI.... She especially election. tht following are apovtaledtKiiMlno '
colored I Kellf, M. IJohpe. O. t
--- Living tortoises, with dog ran The next number was a piano to do with missionaries from, that likes) Tampa trip., good and B. A. ftapp elerk.,

Courtesy Ie a, quality WbJeb precious stones set in their shells Tin* crying cause my solo by' Mrs. Hoffman The last country. R was a very Interesting candy. Klngsley' Lake, and to general A''lr.w.w. C. MANNIf/ri'Chairman.; :

zet.Uld be cultivated by cltLM /- are ousting Alsatian dogs as pets borne. a "big time". I .rilHe1J' QRJrris, Clnk..
every. among; the "smart ..t." i "Where Is that?" number was s skit representing twl. g : .


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1 ---- (I!W Green Newberry, State admm.attng KOTICB TO APPEAR
; ] Congregational
Mrs Renolda! Honors Baptist Circles Meet Presbyterian committee, chairman with -

The circles of the Woman's Missionary Meeting. the following members: Mrs. O. T. IN THE NAME OF
Miss Turner Bride-elect: THE STATS! OF
Society of the First Bap- Lampkin. Mrs. A. R. WiseaJMrs.F : FLORIDA
I Sod tvi Theannuafcongrega'tlonaJ'meet.: rteii- ** apneaiiing-
tist:church: met on the ,afternoon Ing of the Starke"Presbyterian ;T. Davidson Mrs. T. J. S that certain cause affidavit In the 'liftCourt.
Of '
social event ,
The outstanding |
of April 2. at throe-thirty-o'clock. Twantylxtl Judicial
church was held last Thursday eV- land Mrs. A. E. Hickson.Those In and for Bradford CI..u' ,
the. past week was the reception Circle Number One was"entertalned In the church auditorium: this meetingfrom In Chano.rentitled.J/ County, Florid
.. 7'"" and miscellaneous shower given by Mrs. Sarah F. Hamrlck ening attending Complainant v.. Beatrice }Cosu
:,' I IIiJ last Thursday afternoon by Mrs. at her home on .South Walnut with a fair attendance of members the Starke Church. wgyek\ lqV. Defendant, and the r.H.r praYed Cosa,
actedas '' being Divorce '
"2 Presbyterian Young People Garnita Hutto, Celebrates L. A. Renolds at her home on South Etreet.: where a beautiful arrange- and friends. J.and M. Mitchell H. H. Youngas and Mrs C. B. Price Mrs.r'Ef C. a resident of;Stat.that th or* Defendant Country ,

Walnut street, complimenting Miss ment of spring flowers added color moderator Mi-I. M sP. known to th*, >I
Class Eighth Birthday clerk. Reports from the differ- Priest J. H. Pitta, over th* ace of and
4 ,Close Study Loyselle Louise Turner of Jacksonville to the the guests tw.nt".on.
I were revealed that the H. Cairoll and that there I. no Instil'
... hostess'to bride-elect whose ent organizations M. Barefoot Mrs. H. Stat. of P""eon ,
a Florida
Garnita Hutto was popular seated. service
The people of the ChristIan were> of ,,
young excellent
in person
of the Presbyterian number of bar little friends Mon- marriage to William T. Brlnson of the church finances were Mrs. R. A. Thomas, Mrs. A. M. prooena upon ..frid.n"W! P.reo,
rl't Endeavor Society Mrs. E. C. Priest leader condition and that the organizationhad ally bind said J>
from threethirtyto of Valdosta Georgia, took place Mrs. C. A. Knight Mrs
been afternoon
Church who have day Circle provided'during the devotional prosperious year. Darby IT IS ORDERED
,j:.t studying the mission study book, five o'clock at the home of her Sunday at the Woodlawn Baptist I and business meeting and P. A.enjoyed Scott and a C. A. Knight were Ruth Courtney, Mrs. A, J:Thomas, ant Hilt Beatrlc. Cowart" appear the Defers to t ih
Ii': Youth and Tomorrow's'! parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto Church ID Jacksonville. I I of Complaint on the 7th
"Todays Interesting piano were made by; elected elders to flit the vacancies Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Mrs!; O W. May A. D. otherwise da"
'p of Mrs. the occasion being her" eighth birth- of the lower floor of ... nUi a d.er.
World. under the direction The rooms the Circle for the summer's work. '' pro I b* ,
death of M. Truby
the 'L. ,
4L six ensulte and caused by Alderman Mrs. H.. .Brownlee. her for her failure to aSaln
;) Q. H. Lowry, for the past day anniversary. this home was opened Interesting: reports were give and the removal of C. N. Christy. appear
I'', weeks, closed this study Monday Spring blossoms attractively arranged lavishly decorated with palms by the different committees. The The following elders were electedto Miss .Ethel Moore. be la further a'weektforotou
2 when they were and bowls carried fern and a variety of spring publl.h.d one
afternoon, April in baskets reeds meeting closed,with Mrs. J. H. succeed themselves: J. M. Mitchell oonaeoutlvaweaka In the
: entertained by Miss Marjorie out the color scheme of pink flowers the color motif of pink County Telegraph, IIradt"
Lord reading the fourth chapter E. M. Davie and H. II. Young. W. M. S. Meets Monday1o a newspaper ,
': at her home at four o'clock. and dining and carried out In de- general circulation,
Stump and white In the living green being : of the book "Tii Larger Stewardship The following were elected trustees Bradford County Pllbll.he" I
" : The chapter' of this book the little folk were talL Standing at the front steps Florida
;1 cloning: rooms where and a, special prayer offered Kendrick F. A. Scott. ?YIT.NSa my hand
T. N. and
'y''of; was ably discussed by Mrs Lowry entertained. Games were enjoyed were little Betty Green and Louise for Mrs. H. D. Hemingway T. The regular program and business seal of said Court this 2111 offici.,

I;+i' and Miss Stump and a brief review during the afternoon and the little : Sterna. who directed the guests to Mrs., Hamrlck assisted by Mrs Mike Maruca After, S. W.the Flannlgan business seaalon meeting of the Baptist W. M. March A. I). 1994.A.. day

of the book followed. hostess received many lovely the door where they were greetedby William Norris 'and Mrs. U A. S. Williams. taken to S. will be held at the Church Mon- J. THOMAS

During the social hour Miss gifts from her little friends. She Mrs. L G. Powell and ushered ,Renolds served a salad course with adjournment waa social day afternoon at three-thirty o'- Clerk of Circuit Court.

"s Stump served dainty.refreubments. was assisted In entertaining by her into the room where stood the re-I saltlnea and Iced tea. the manse where a delightful Refreshments clock. Circle number one will have Bradford County, PioriiPATTEN ,,

sisters, Mines Carrie and Edna calving line composed<< of Mrs. !!- hour was enjoyed. charge of the program for the afternoon. & LANDRUM
' : Sixteen members enjoyed .thb. being served by the members ot I Solicitors for Complainant.
.. olds me hostess, Ddlss LoyseueTurner .
j Fortnightly Music HuttoA .
ana jura, Ruth Courtneywas .
meeting the Woman's Auxiliary and a program __ a.2315tl&| | :
the honoree, Miss SaraHope
cake Iced -
beautiful birthday
' welcomed Into the Circle asa -
of music and readings were
Had Meeting Friday.
Haynes, Miss Dorothy Rltch
In white on which stood eight pink new member,, given under the leadership of Mrs
)1 In the center of Miss Lois Long, Miss Eunice Can-
The Music Club met candles was placed
and Miss Lucille
entertained DaDvia
Circle Number Two was E. M.
,:ti+ Friday night April 6, at the home II the dining table surrounded by an ova Miss Georgia Mitchell Kathryn and Miss Haynes Lula, by Mrs. A.,'M, Darby, president Mitchell. Elder H. H. Young will THE FIRST WEEK OFMANAGER'S

'a" of Mr. and Mrs L. A. Davis. Mrs. arrangement of fern and pink ver- Miss Lucille of the W. M. S.'at her home. represent the church at its meet-
s H. H. Young who was In charge benlas. Late In the afternoon the Redgrave. Little Hazel Fields of North
of the
Eright colored Spring garden flowers log Presbyterians MONTH-
; cake with Ice cream wasserved George Flynn, Jr., dressed
" ; of the program for the evening birthday next week.
, adorned the living room ancdining Florida in Eustis
j'fr gave an Interesting account of the Favors being fancy wafers an miniature bride and -Was
where the
room guests were Very
t served also stood near the hostess Gratifying!
fi development of opera In Italy and and Jelly beans. Candy was groom
received. HonoredAt
Mrs. Reynolds wore'a beautiful Mm. L. Q. Powell, leader Senior Class
,i also the high lights In the throughout the afternoon.Those I conducted devotional and
France the
The well wlidiea and
Rivera Hud- dress of peach flat crepe and the Kid j support of my good
, : Party
'J lives of the composers. Her talk irlde-to-be, Miss Turner waa lovely business meeting and ways and friends. helped a lot. Thla week I'm

; was Interspersed with choice vie- ley, June Hall .Ellse Green, Fred- in a gown of blue silk lace fa- means were discussed for finan- Mr. and Mrs R. R. Prevatt entertained offering antther array of values for

trola selections from some 'of the dy WimberlY, Jessie Mae Byrd atoned on moulded lines, Mrs. R. cing several plans the Circle basin the members of the Senior If yonIirA
Oleeta Green, view. you're a> regular patron certainly you'llavail
Josephine Johns, School l1fNID ,
V. Turner mother of the bride-to- class of Bradford High
Collette : yourself of theae values. If
Thelma Grace Newton be, wore an Eleanor blue flat crepe "Stewardship of Talents" was last Wednesday evening at their you'renot'come
Mrs. George Flynn In a charming and Annlce Green, Sharon Hall. and Ireis. '- the subject of the study course for home near- Starke honoring their -,..' In and let's get acquainted.
manner: sangi,'<"Musetta Waltz" Sara Barefoot. I' the afternoon, ,which the leader daughter Miss Marguerite Prevatt rWHfRUCONOMYRUllsl! N. N. PREVATr.Quaker -
I Puccini Assisting Mrs.: Renolds In
from LaBoheme another
; i ''
presented The
very' Interestingly who la member of the
a charming
of her
after the guests
The red coats of the Ing pleasure
Interesting feature of the program famous
was Invited to meet with ,
J. ; Mrs. 0. graduating class.
colored with a were Mrs. E. Wilson ,
' soldiers were
was Una Furtlva La Ortma British
1 Mra. Annie Richard and Mrs. J. E.
:; from 1/EUslr d'amore by Donizetti dye made from the bodies. of cochineal L. Haynes, Mrs. Hulda Corpening, Wilson The guest. were entertained with ,. Maid,' with Tomato Sauce
In at the
home of Mrs
'I' John Powell. Insects. I Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and Mr. Wil- May. kid! games on the lawn which was
f' sung by r.ob.cr.s.: : .
liam Morris.,, lighted with lanterns. The games PORK & BEANS

Mrs. R. J. Davis and Mrs. Ceo. 'A social hour was enjoyed when played were. "Drop the Handker-

r B. Flynn accompanied by Mrs. E. the hostess asslateiKby Mrs. S. L. i chief" "Kitty Wants a Corner",
DIRECTORS. A M. Davis, entertained the large Peek served delicious refresh- Farmers in the Dell" and many 6 16 '
Eft Our, Many Years Experience!: Make It Possible for Us to Bender number of guests with a group of ment course to thejnlneteen:; members others reminding the seniors of oz cans 25CPlain

EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE .... present-iMrtr C. Jones, of their early school days.,The guests

-i MODERATE PRICES The large assortment of hand- Gainesvillewas'-a .visitor at this assembled In the living room where ,

DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY some gifts for ,the bride'were dts meeting. several piano solos were given by or Self Rising 6 LB. IS LB. !4 LB. 48 LB.

STARKE.: FLORIDA played on tables and on a_"clothesline" 'Circle Number Three 'was enter- Misses\ Marjorie Stump and Ruth :

-r1 extending the length of the tained by Mrs. C. R. Clarke at her Zeigler. Sullivan Carter amused Iona Flour 27c': 49c 93c $1.75

home on North Cherry Street the guests by presenting a small .

hall.The punch bowl'" was placed on a where a profusion or calla and amaryllis pet goat. Another Interesting and "
:; stand that was gaily decoratedwith llllles, arranged In baskets, entertaining event was the animal StIITHP'IELD- CORNED BEEF

vines and pink petunias. formed a perfect setting for this game which followed the cows

Punch individual cakes and mints, Interesting meeting. winning the prize. The cows thenIn HASH 2 16 oz', cans 29c

1 AND MEN WIN l carrying out the color motif of Mrs. E. W, Hayes? leader conducted an interesting manner portrayed .

1 pink and green, were served to the the devotional meeting and a milking scene including a cow (

, t The Favor of tber. many guests, 178 invitations hav- during the business session an outline ta owner a mUk maid and a stooL REALLY FRESH 8 O'CLOCK. RED CIRCLE BOKAR

ing been Issued to the .reception. of the summer's work to be At a late hour Mrs. Prevatt, assisted -

,f ; Unless two pints of bile .;poet Mum to get rid of thisthat posml, done by this Circle. was present by Miss Ethel Moore served COFFEE lb-19c Ib 21c lb 25c
flow daily from liver dvilroire your pereonal charm. Tb.re.s't Ward-Quick ed. the thirty young people present,
your JuIC.1 do I" tor they only move out the ,.,
IJ refreshments of fruit
bowels, food tempting
your your toll end of your bowelS and lies doom'
; your bowels. This poisons your take away ......... of UM dod pelxm.Coemetloa Mr. and Mrs' W. J. Ward of A chapter from t the book the punch and cake. Silver Brook Print or A ok P Fancy, Tab.._Flneet,Pure' Creamery
+' whole body. Movements get hard I won't aelp at oiL Starke are announcing the en- Circles. are studying1;,""The Larger

'si; sad'cofstI at.d.You get yellow 1ItG Only. thli a decay free flow pollen of fa your your bits bowel iuleo. ThrOBO will gageknent of,itheir daughter Leoaa, Stewardship" was read by the leader The guests were attired In kid BUTTERlb ,29c

f tongue, yellow skin, pimples, dull mild vegetable. nwdlolao which. .tart. to,Clyde ,a.)Qulckot.Lacoochee. Several member! ,,bf this Circle ;ostumes. ,,
''s.: eyes, bad breath, bad taste gas, S frae flow of :your bllo ;luke la Cartor'tUttlo No cards. Miss Ward l la formerlyof turned In their;; calendars already .
disc ness, headache. You have become Uvar PIlT. No ........1 ..... her filled. SUNNYFIELD
In Carter". Only line, mild .tabl. Starke but has made home

I It f Injf,, soar-thinking an ugly-looking. foul-smelJ-You extract If you. would brine, back your In Lacoochee .for the past winter. Mrs. Clarke assisted by her EntertainedThe
+ person personal charm to win man start taklasCarter
",j have lost your personal charm. ; Little LJvur nil'* aoaordliur 10ilr.ndon. Mr. Quick la an employee! of the daughter.Miss Nancy Clarke served BRAN FLAKES 2'pkg 13c
today (54 at drug atoree.Refute W. T. Weeks of the
want from Cummer Cypress Company. Chapter
Everybody to ran you. "......thln. juet a* .ood' for It ; delicious sweet course to the
,j 'But dont take 'salts, mineral may crlpe 100... teeth or enaldraotum. ten members present Mrs. C. B. Confederacy, were delightfully entertained -
ilr Ask for Carier'e Little. Mexico received her Independence Wednesday the 4th. at
oils laxative
waters pills laxa- I.Iwr Pills i by name and nt Jt Price. was a guest at this meetingS I.
tive1. candies! or chewing rums and what: wren ask inn i lQA5. U,M.Co.. Kz_ from Spain on Sept. 15, 1810.Iff -- -- the home of Judge and Mrs. E. K.

!T 'erryman, the hostesses being Mrs.
Woodmen Circle: Meets Fancy Blue ,Roe ,
erryman Mrs. A M. Darby and _

:? THElBRADFORD' COUNTY TELEGRAPH OFFE-RS YOU The Starke Grove of Woodmen Miss Madge Middleton.In Whole drain MEAL
\.. .... Circle met at the Masonic Hall the absence of the president, ;
( Tuesday evening 't,their regular the first vice-president Mrs. J. M. RICE-
C/ GsctfdtrficMONCY meeting with Mrs. Maud Andrews Brownlee, presided over the business .
/ residing In the absence of the session. Plans were made for
n 'guardian, Mrs. Vonda Inman. Memorial Day exercises.on Sunday 5Th
51b23c. L
' : A short business meeting was afternoon, the 29th and it was announced -

," 'j i MAI LBQXShow held at which time members balloted that the memorial address

',' on candidate i.The Chapterwas would be made by Rev. B.M. Mont- .

"/; draped for Mrs. Mary E. La- gomery. The American Legion has ,

locca, National.President of the accepted an Invitation to Join with ., etc
Woodmen Circle, who died at her the U. D. C. in the Memorial Day WHEATIES, '* 2Pkgs. 25c

home III'Omaha,. Neb., Mondaynljfht. xercises. Flans were also made .' .
, ., for a silver tea to be given at the '
BIG (Lye) No. 21-2 25c
A social hour followed when the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. S.'Matthews .' ."

member were served refreshments on the 13th.,:The Chapter :
' :
;\ at Mitchell's Drug Store. voted to give $500 to help defray BISQUICK' Package 33c

.,I' : expenses of the high school Glee

' an actual profit on next Clutf when they attended the State Sultana PlataOLIVES ,
:1 Music ,Festival In Tampa. ?
'Say it with Flowers
: year's reading I ...Your home newspaper Mrs. L. G. Powell read "Lee's 2 Beer Mug Jars I 29c
.. ,
j and the of this choice list of magazines r Surrender at Appamatox" and
Flowers For-All "The Old South". by Lucian Lamar IONA TOMATOES 3 for 25c

NS.a All for the amazinglow price given below. OccasionsGERTRUDE Knight ,
f During the social period' Miss
dFl, .., ., ... ...., Marjorie Stump played two .clas- Grandmother'* Frrrh
i.--- -
, - '
-J 76oi6JI :;! .! and Mlsa Lu.
A' ..,. .N.m sic piano selections,
1 r __,' t rra -..1.n 1 ...w-. I 1 ,GODBEY Ille Mitchell read "The Secret ofBucce. NUTLEY OLEO Pourid'10e
.." and also gave an amusing -
.,.- .
\ ,
if '... .. encore. 'EVAP. MILKWhite i House. 3 tall 17c
,,11' 'PAONe11 Itt The hostess served a dainty salad cans
.(' .., to the
,,:, & ct of iede 4'iiou o ae .CkItrolF'llft:. to i ,-F1ak1" \ guests course present. SUPER,SUDS' '" 3 Pkg.' 22c

.' The Chapter will meet the first '

,[!" GROUP-I SELECT ONE YOU GET GROUP2I SELECT THREE NOTICR or ."0..1.0.AOID! Wednesday. in May,, at the home PALMOHVESOAP' 3 Bars _.. 14c
MAGAZINEBtttw OBDKR TO ArPBAR of Mr. and Mrs. George B. Flynn.

I MAGAZINE FROM Hostesses: Mrs Flynn, Mrs. Emma
.?J) t 0 Homes &Gsrdms.1 l Yr. GROUP I O Progrtstlvt firmer--2 Yn.r In flrcult''al Circuit Court., In Twenty-Sixth and,for Bradford Judlrl '- Canova and Mrs. O. L. Haynes.

1: rJ: Delln..tot ___._1 Yr. Cnuntr. Florida, In Chancery. 5- RAJAHDDEUCIOUS,
; ; FROM 0 Th. Country Horn _...2 Yn. Vera .Johnson.. Complainant ...
3 MAGAZINES Hamilton .... Mrs. O'Kelly Again Heads
; Southern Yr. Q. Jolin. Defendant.
a Hollywood Movie M.J..1: Yr. GROUP 2 G Atrlculturiir1 lULL FOR DIVORCBf SANDWICH SPREADa

'';, o Mce..... Mfliilne i Yr. Clippers rnMr -1 Yr. It appearing : of: < "v In* by Division Baptist ,W. M. U.
D Csnthwfmi. Ma szlne 1 Yr. "au.. andaflied, ( this f url atrIt I Ounce Jar K Ounce Jar
I 1 n t Mrs." N. B.'O'Kelly of Jacksonville -
.l. Classic Yr.
t '- I. the b.lltf or th. AfClant
DGood Slwtet. -1 Yr.l Pino of r..ld no. or that the Wall re-elected president of 9c : i: '
i [a Pirfcfiiifler((Weekly, ) ..., Yr. ALL P I VE ONLY CJ Heels Orel> 1 Yr.l Hamilton.. Q Johnson la unknown the Jacksonville Division of the .. ? ":15c
0 KcrorUl 1.1 Yr. I O HMMhoU. KUfluhM. _1 Yr.DOpn .I 5"iihri. :the no.aarvle person of In a the aubpoana Siata I Ataman's Missionary Union'of .

coca whom would bind the D.f.nd. Florida,.at the annual meeting ,.'
bad (loyt)-ZYn. 011hotreted... Medina _1 Yr.I ant. Hamilton Q. Johnson that Afriit.it held in Jacksonville at the First "

yr 0 Screen look -1 Yr. DrMtsyt. Horn. life-1 Yr.I ton Q boll Johnson>.v.a the, la.D.t.ndant.eves the Hamil... ol Baptist Church Tuesday with a- -GOLD, MEDAL. "lUte...... Tested" Plain. .1'"''Self Bluing

y CJ N.cIIecrIft......... ,.1 Yr.| twi-ntr-on y an; bout 300 women being 4n attend- '
p 0 Scram flay _-1 Yr. r IT 13 THKKEFORB ORDRRED: e U...Bag is .... Baa 24 Lb.
'j# CJSucceaf., .,... -1 Yi. that you. Hamilton .Johoaon.. Defendant ance at thla Interesting alldaysession. '
: I' OT,.. c.r..iolll'1: Yr. In this -*,""'( 'b., and yon .
r | a./..... World -1 YiCJU are hereby' ordered t. appear to the ,FLOUR 35C 65C '$1.25
"j 0 1Id1oll1Ml ___.. .1 Yr. | Pill\ Complaint filed bevels on the Elected to serve with)(1'11. O'Kel- ;,
.*9"....- Aw.00 Tth lay of May, A. IX 114. otherwise ley were 141''. Don Grace, Jacksonville
H: : ... the Mllmatlon* or said Ben will b
Cheek M...... ex) taken n. confessed vice president; Mrs Joe Nor-
IT IS FTJKTHKR :rlt1RED that I fleet Gainesville secretary and FRESH FRUIT'AND VEGETABLESIRISH

Ii IF YOU rm YOU MAY CHOOSE ALL .s MAGAZINES FROM GROW t thin for four Ordar oonacrutlv b* publlihad. waaaly one* a'weak..u..1. treasurer: Mrs, L. H. Bingham

of Bradford Count! Tele.raph. a Jacksonville young people's leader
,: "flI r Gqmrmmt** To Tf+mtwondorful 1 ? .." la/ .,11.....tl/b. k.sMst 4 ,.. .... ,tha weekly County: newspaper of Bradford ptibllahad and atat 01Br"lfonl at Mrs McCall Waldo,, personal serv.; POTATOES 10 Lbs.25c:

.I. \ \ .Ma "MRS dwln.d. "fltt uut ttmftm es/elllk. Stark., ''n the C......, ,of Ice chairman; Mrs. ,Roy .Abbott
',' mil offeritis.ilssble to .. 4.nsrr "V t41" .. .
i ..... .. ......" and t. of .Inri. a Lake < FRESH lOc
sad ,MW subseri srs M, thai. n.wtp4p.,. n ... t. a i.i sued ste ernrl' t, WITNKB8 my hand and offlela City training school chairman RHUBARB .Lb..
5"'s.pal"'t'a-k'ewai.'c'. .' ..* as Clerk of said Circuit Court ; Mrs. A.-: 'It[.,Darby,"StaKe, .
W' .....tee the fulfill_' of .n'mijiiint f .
I at Clarke Bradford County, ",orida.. chairman .
: tabtcripHoM andye.. hero'N...... ._ t.--; 1 thla Silt nay of:April, A. D IM {' stewardship ; Mrs. J. F. BANANAS ,Tm3Lbiy' lOc
t ,. A" *" THoMAS Lovett Clty.'Margaret fund
: Ifcai. MMrom M. t s? ? At ,Ct 'rk of -- -
Twnty-8lth Jadlcla -
t .xgatlywaatbef M rtpmoiircd. KMowihwiO .. a > r ,, Circuit Court In and for chairman.' Mrs. Margaret ,Gross

_. _. _....... __.... ._ Ar.d'o" CU"y F''rM'fl Gainesville mission atudy chairman Y
bs> CkloiMM wr fell. torn vow' ago ITafa..'_ u. -: .ullcltor SB! wtLsn for e,Complainant.. ;,.Mrs. Fred Haftr, --Jackson. THE GREAT ATlA: Nripap.ACJII.C-rE[ : : 'COl\lPA

4.'11111-. ville\publicity chairman; Mrs. W. I

r: vl Irn ? rv SO s ,: M'ej, : "

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., Mrs L. D. Green spent the first Political<< Announcements I LMil.LATt'55p subject to'the action ot the r>emncratlo fit which I am capable Your >'otl!'
of the week in Jacksonville, attend- I WI"h" Itereby to make official an* primary In Jun. I am grateful and support will be appreciated!
ing Grand Chapter of the Order \ I It neuncement of: my entrance. Into the to you for the generous auppurt MALLORY THOMAS. :
rOH COSORPaa for accorded (t'Hlil P..L Adv ThomarfCOMMIUMIOMKH, .
race Htalv Representative from you have heretofore me by Mallory )
Bits f.'I. of,Eastern Star ai 4 delegate from barwlir announce hat r am, acandidate Hrariford County auhtert to the will and trust that nir record a* yourMrvaiit
the/tstarke; Chapter a. the House for tae of ottl"o'RepreKentatlve member .f the Democratic voters of this halt been such thaftt will FORCOI/N'rY, /
county commend me to your support for another I take thin method of
.. announcing
from, the second Conitreaalnnal Bin.trlct 'I wad born and raked In Florida; \ I term. With knowledge :*hat 1 my candidacy for re.elettiui> for the
I 'Miss Beatrice Johns is 1 oiratlu o( Florida, subject to the Dem- and have spent thlrty-elsrht yeam'ln hove trained of the conditions'exist.' office of County Commissioner tr
in Jacksonville primary/ election In June. the state, and twi> yean In the log and the n cen ary fnbe DlHlrlct No. 1,
cal NesCONCERNING at the bedside of her. mother I have a record ot publlo.ervlce In World War I have never roilded orworked applied to ':-I'\k;; \: normal oondltluiiH I solicit ft*?
Raker ruts and
Madison your
Uountl the
and In other I better able to serve auppnrt
any atate I haveworked am you
Mrs. ,,
Perry E Johns end
who Third If elected
re- Judicial Circuit of Floridacnnelating to discharge
for twenty years In the than I otherwise would be. I have promise I' :;
mains seriously 111 at Riverside of ...en countl, the UiouU d and I believe 1 nerved faithfully t" ( tills office to the beat
OUR PEOPLE; BUSINESS AND Hospital where she has been Inrjcnut In the-statet Tou are Invitedto know; h'"n': :: t of the achoola, the aen the you tax burdens and trying to ..." e* my ,ablllt,. ,
a patient Inventlirate not only my record of children. and the cltltena of Florida a return of proi.prltv.Hhould 1"-1 .1. M. BONIER
PROGRESS 'OP THE ,COUNTY AND TOWN for the past two weeks, service but my ntatiner of living- a. well .aa any one In the state you again honor me .. (Paid Pol. Adv, by .1. At Roster"i') 1
I hereby p courts you the Mine I am In thin raoe for benefit I can n re-elect me ae the t
I faithful unrvloe rendered my people be to the rltlr.ona and future cltliennof t ltepreoontative:: : ; : : 1 hall continue to FOil (OI'KITV ,'ORIMIMMIOIIHH'DISTRICT
Mrs. Sarah F. Hamrick had asher and will continue ro ""e, If wHhln: Bradford County and the whole serve you faithfully, and to .the beat Nc a.
for my power,,10 ax to reflect honor and I State of Flm'Ids, and I will work ot my ability, After careful omsideratiml( ; ; ; 1'
i guests the week-end at her dignity to this hlsh office. Shouldthe hard toward that end Your support (,. C. BtJTLKn. hereby announce for County Corny
l-- ;;;; '" !home on South Walnut Street, Mis. voters of thla dlntrlct see fit to will be appreciatedKeaprctfullr. Paid. Pol. Adv, hy C. (}. Huller,) mlnaloner for District No. t. Feel
bWllDea. Frank' Steele, of Green bestow .... ,
tt. was a Cove Miriam Jenkins and Col. Howard upon this honor, they like with the short experience I
pate 'FrtdaY.iIOfw Springs, was here Wednesday may rent tuixured that I will consider LEON A. GRAY. rOil MCIIOOL flotilla have had would be able to ...rt>e
j sonvll1e( ; vlaltlng"MrV Hamrick of Atlanta, Ga., Mrs It a sacred trust and that my every Paid. Pol.I Adv by Leon A. Uray. T take thla method of anauiinclnirmy you better In the future than In
and Mrs. Charles Imbach. Myrt Waters and Mr. and effort will be for the best intereataof candidacy for member ot Ht-hool the past If It mente the approval ,
FOil HMPKHUH TATITK Hoard from Bchiml I>1 lelrlot Nu, reelect
and eon, Paul, the people I repremnt.Your al the voter of my district 'to -
-11:. :KnIght Glenn Waters of Jacksonville support and vote la solicited I wish to ..nn""tIhllt I am A comprising I nrookvr, Hampton and me, I will faithfully discharge
)IrI. In Jacksonville, and will be appreciated. '- candidate for Htate Repteentatlv" New River, subject to the will of the all duties coming before m. to the ,
IjIIIIt Friday Mrs. Anne 1. Frazee has returned JAM R (JIM) KFLLY.Paid from lI'.Uord fount y, aubject to Democratic, VII tor. In the coming prl beat of my ability. Thanking you
Mrs. Anthea Hall and R the Democratic Primary K. mary In June, 19)4 It nominatedand for the pant aupvtut I ,
b wu a from a several weeks visit in daughterand Pol. Adv. by Jae Kelly t was horn and raised InBr.i'f'.r: elected I promise to work for Sincerely Nm

15 hatthewa of Miami with Mr. and Mrs. D. T son, Miss Margaret and Mark, "..ALI..U"I'IIITlIDGISFOR County and educated the Public the beat Interest of all the ....hool.of U L.'yours CONNSn.: "
at visitor bere Friday.O Clarke of Wilcox, have been spending several 'O'\lOIlIlSIl: School and ant a Tax. Payer of thin. Bradford County, and I earneatly i)
.le County. If elected<< your neprenentntlve solicit your vote and auppoit.Reapectfully .
I I .
r. respectfully announce that ama FOil COUNTY
days here at the Sistrunk I will support the school ofK I'OMA11.510SERDICTIIICP
Brooket"was" a home candidate forCuntrrem, tleoondDlatnlct "rldn and Irariford County to thelimit I I STAITKOKU L. rRnW!*, N.. a.
East Call
of :Mrs. Street where
to the I
Barrxmr of Florida iiubject
Hazen Ralph and Mrs. of my ability and endeavor to Paid Fol,' Anv, by Stafford U Irewa, hereby announce myself a can
r. afternoon'CauledaTeare they were called on account of the Domocratla c primary In June, 1984 didate for County IVimmlaalotter for
here Angle -Steinberg of Jacksonville, hntever to make. or. see that all schools are given, aeuuaro ,
TJltof were guests of Mrs. D.-E. Knight serious Illness of Mrs. Sistrunk. certain the equality appears' of men In theirMruKftle I am HKHlnxt deal the no-fence law and I .hereby vnn Hnnoiiiice*<'iiooi, 110.\tnv candidacy RII dtr cwN.y;: 0., ,comprising aiibject to'hewlllof lirooker: I

of Lawtey, Monday. for 'peace, pronporlty andhopplneaiT1 i will do my bfMt to nee that this law In for Mbhool BonrO member from Ins.| the voters on June (th.tf .
Wedneeday'i has hail and will continue not made ntate-wld I will also lend Inlet No. II, coniprlHlnw Houtli< \,'ku elected I promise to render you
visltar here Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop had to receive my active support my beat efforts toward the hard our and 9'heresan, subject to the will of fair and Impartial. administration "
a Clarence Andreu of Oluatee, as guests Sunday Mrs, Marie Free- no mutter by what, name or under fuilnw. of the Htarke-Kalfnid road.I the Democrat voter In the June and having netted on this board ne.
to spent the week-end in Starke with and what banner It la advanced. 1. ho future of Hradford. \ County la primary. If elected I will strive In fore, I feel fully qualified to serve
attending man three children Mary, I see In the New Deal an opportunity future the future lu the Your will
patten was his my and the people can teat aa pant to deal you vote be appreciated ,
a. Jacksonville Tuesday parents. 'Mr. and Mrs I. WAndr.p" Anne and Wilbur Freeman of Tallahassee to promote my cnnvlitlon that augured. that I will have Kradfnrd. fairly with nmttvra> portalnlnit to the R. T. OSTHKN '
ass In .;, the American atandarrt of comfort. County at heart at all u",.., and It ..chooln of Ifiadfoid Counlyty pautexperience "
; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Carter of IIvlnll'--oCAN ANI MUST l) rainedto elected 1 board membrrshould --
your Iteprenttntatlvo will aa a
'" : of Jackson- I and son, Ray, of Gainesville' a point :i "J'th "d"Im..nt. U of work for better schools, lower tax be ot value to the taxpayers POll 'OI'V'rY' CnMMI.5Io1V51R: : .
)(rII n H Harbour Frl- Mrs C_ H. Nasworthy, Mr. William and Miss Emma life-food, treat en, and an eroncmlcal operation. of and on Ihla record aa an offlolnl i OIHIIIKT No. 4. l
/ to Starke Heiberger, of education and time and meanaf To (he Democrat Klecttir of the
visitor our Htate end County Jiwernment earnestly solicit your vote and aup
a 'tobbrowr ..
was and Mrs. T. Frank ; Jacksonville r recreation after labor-*r available I respectively solicit the support port. County Commlaelonem Dlatrlrt No, 4.
Landrum, spent Tuesday la Jacksonville I to -every ,t-ttlien under theSlttrn of every man, woman and child of Reappctftillv of Bradford County, Florldal '.1
Slid Strlpea. Hradfoid County' and your vote andsupport W, t' MANMM1 I hereby announce mv randldaox. ,1
Shipman of Green I Upon these principles t earnestly. \ : : on June: 'k l will: be highly appreciated Paid. 1'ul. Adv by W U Manning-) for member of the Hoard of County },
Mrs. W. :Mrs I
Brooks E. MiJdleton. J\
11. -r kick for your vote and Influence. Commlaelonera of tlradford County,,
Springs\ was Mrs.' L.; E'. Moaeley of the State Wood Mrs. W G. Halle, Mrs. L. WAU.AOH 8TURQI8; rilAHMflY E. JOHNH.: 'Oil l'OUhTY15 SI //' NIIDh.trlet < "Florida from CommUeloners DI.I
Candidate for Concrens.Palil Paid Pol. Adv, by Charley K. Johna) a trlct Number Four, and respectfully
Farm were here A. Davis Mrs. E. K. Ferryman Pot Adv by Wallace Sturgie.NAT 1 I ollclt ...
_ Thursday visiting I hereby annvnnce myself a candle the support ot all h' l>emoorata ,
her parents; Mr and Mrs. J. C. Mrs. T. J. Griffin Mrs. J. H. Ritch KOIl 1191'iI, 1'7NRNTATIYR: date for re-e1e<.tl..n aa County Commissioner of laid Dletrlot at the Prl-
f rift and Mrs. W. J. Epperson and Rev. B. M. Tn the Votvra nf Itrndford County from DlBtrtt No. a, tiuuihMat marlea, Should I be elected I pledge
1 lib e last Manning: I Montgomery were This la to advise you that I shall 'K Hiadfoid County, If re. loyal and faithful. support to the
visitors to Jacksonville MaB HWM H* IIMM.M B. HK-. ,in Jacksonville this week attend- SEZ: III be a candidate to atiooeed myself aa alerted twill continue to give the bent Interest of said county.A. I
ay. MrJ 1.,1.. Anna.Lou: Godwin of Law- ing the annual meeting of the Repreaentallve of Bradford County district and county the beat service L. "HUtXJVAN.ip .

B' tey, and Mrs, H. C. Dodd of MI- Woman's Missionary Society of the Well Folks next week will be I .If.

Gee, Flynn of Tallahassee starke with ami, were .visitors, here Tuesday Methodist Church. a date to remember in the historyof >,
week-end In
t ha afternoon.' Bradford County-our first ;

j,family.__-. Mr and Mrs. Willie Glbsln Strawberry Fee, I .AAT i'

Landrum Paul, Knight of the University of were here the first of the week tival. We've had ,
Frank '
grand Mrs. T. strawberries fora 3+ k Top GrocerySTARKE ?;
1 to Jacksonville Frl- Florida, spent the week-end here visiting Mrs. Gibson's parents, Mr. I
nn visitors with his parents, Col. and Mrs. D. and Mra. T. N. Kendrick, enroute long time but

ty afternoon. E.. Knight. from their home in Red Springs, this Is the first ,

N. C. to St. where year we've ever,
foreeveral Petersburg they
T,, L Williams left Monday B. F. Flowers of Ocala got festive over iJ
visit with relatives Mrs will be located for some time. FLORIDA
days was a.,guest this week of her son- the fact. It's S N ,

i Opp, Alabama. in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. The following'Item taken from coming at a '1

16x. S. J. Denmark of Mulberry Paul Canova. Sunday's issue of the Tallahassee good because time most too of Specials Friday-Saturday. April 13 14 .

the week In Starke 'I Democrat will be of interest to like
i spending us feel
Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones of
Starke friends "Misses Evelyn
relatives.A. ;
lung Gainesville, spent Sunday In Starke kicking up our
Patterson, Anna Bell Larson, Alice
little ,
L. Green and D..J,. Green ofirooker with Mrs. Jones' parents, Mr. and Fernandez'and Charlotte Vieth right heels now a For ,)lpng time it looked Best Irish -- Best Creamery 't
Mrs. A. M. Darby. 1
will take in the musical
were attending to bualesi part pro- like we weren't: going to have ",
here Monday. II gram for the'Wedding this afternoon any berries at all.,But they're cornIng ,
Mrs. Lila Griffin and son OwenW. BUTTER
; of Miss Frances Shepard and 1
and folks gettln'a
Griffin;< of St. Augustine spent in now are POTATOES N. ,
Kerr Ames" wauue..e "
of Tallahassee George
George C. White. little of that old "medium. ofexchange" ,
the weekend in Starke with Dr.
Pound ,
pent the week-end with his mo- -- )in return for them soeverybody's ,25c
and Mrs. E. L. Biggs. CI.EBK'fi: DEPOII'I'R..port "
lier, J. W. White.. Htarke of the,Clerk Fin., of April thetlrcuit 1 1031 happy: 10 tt>>> 25c \!,

Mrs. Wr P. Randall and children, Court for Bradford County Florida 1
George Johns of Lake Butler, on account 6( taxes anaoBned for theyear Now you know you're going to '
of Jacksonville; ; have been guestsof Country Roll
In Starke dur- 1933. or 4
ru visiting friends have lots of competition, during the
her parents, Mr; and Mrs. J. M. C. A. KNIGHT Tax Collector.r ', '
tho week-end. of celebration. There will Sugar lOtb 45c ,
Alvarez for several days. > '' Print't t'
balance due March 1. ___U.48tu be good looking g4rls and boys here 1-4 lb
collected .._. 17* SI :
J W. E. Yarbrough representative Hy amount -- ? : all state so if .
Mr. and Mrs. F. P. DeBerry of To balance due April 1:---- 5,855.03 from parts of/the
If the Bolls Mfg. Co., is making Flu ..!! IFftrffclture you want to keep'!your old sweetheart Pound 27c
Perry were visiting Mrs.DeBerry'sparents To balance due Marrh 1 3,694.12
llAir 1 I he ,
of the state. at the sar&rtempflrature :

Mr. and .Mrs. I. W. An- I To Hy amount balance collected102.76 due April 1..___- 3.691.61 or she Is now, you're going to have MILK ''
dreu during the week-end. Co..tr It.... aed Brlds-e SANKA SALT
J Frank E. Wood of Jacksonville, To balance due March 1_____ 7I8R.U to outshine the competition- 'I I
pai a business visitor to. Starke Cyrus Hy amount collected----- 206.67 I can tell you how to -110 it. 3 Tall, .. ,, Pound 50c 3 Pkgs.', lOcFIOUR '
laturday afternoon. Mr. "and Mrs. T Hooverof To balance due April 1____:.. 7.18J.08l.nmmtT Now for you boys and some of ,,
M.\I.D11..have\ been guests of Mr.Hoover's School Geaml "
1..13,311.15fly fellows that still feel like boysI
To balance due March you
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Merrill ofKeystone parents, Mr. and Mr C. amount collected.-- 842.&4 have sport trousers for $1.98 that S A TOMATOES :"'
F. Hoover, for several days. To balance due April 1_,_-_U.B7I.86 ,
Heights, were visitors Contr Poll look good and are good. Sport i
._._, 395.00 Qt. 'IOc Hand Packed 3 No. 2 sails 2Sc
ere Sunday afternoon. To balance due March 1. shoes as cheap as $2.98 in white -- - ,
Mrs. Ida Wells Tatum of Orlando amount collected.------- 11.00To -
By black and white and brown and .
due April 1. __ 884 00 i
Mr and Mrs. Inman Harrison of Is enjoying a visit here with bnrotel Sub-School Resn'ir tan combinations. Straw lids from PICKLES Qt. lSc LARD 4 Lb.
her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. To balance due March 1. .10HU.15 -" __ __,_ ,_,_ ,,28c! 1
forthington, were visitors j to 69c to $260. White suits at ,
J..Davis.Misa By amount collected__....-_ 814 84 up
and Mra.-Rawson
tarke Sunday afternoon., To .balance due April t_____10,519,41 98.BO.
-- Total Sab-School Deeded Snowdrift : ,
For gala-there'* no limit *
__ .,457.23 youse -
worth, To balance due March 1. -

ral Miss Fenella Snyder. spent.jaev- Miss Geraldine Elizabeth Johns Holltngs and James To By amount balance collected due April__1.____,_._.. 4,251.52 20471 to what we have'in dresses priced ; Plain or G-'Lb.. 27c 12 Lbs 47c q Ji
days this week In Jackson-
Hollingsworth were visitors to AgriraltvralTo from $2.95 to $5,09. Hats from 69o .
24 Lbs
lie with Mica Lillian Garcia. balance due March 1. .. 61578 Self Ruing 87c
Jacksonville Tuesday afternoon. By amount collected.---. 17.12 to $2.49. Shoes of all Kind $1.98 to
To balance due April 1____ B9 .60WUew'a .
Mrs. Nat Williams Miss Gladys Pnwloa $395. Lace Blouses for $1 Mun-

lUlams and Palmer Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Twyman Marshalland To balance due March 1-., .. 615 1712.72 Ingwear Panties,49o. Full Fashioned PEANUT BUTTER, t-: ,GRAPE JAM, 1 Lb. Jai, \14c. ,,1
ut Wednesday In Jacksonville. ,Edwin_spent Sunday Silvernail in, Starke of Jacksonville with- To By amount balance Hoed and collected.-----due Hilda Avrll 1 r.tere.t_____ 691.60. Hose 66c.. }; Lb..Jar .. ,13 :. 2 Lb. Jar -. -, ,,2Sc: J

Mr. and Mrs. R.M. Sparkman.Mr. us. ) Feed Plenty of kiddy clothes too-
Ur. and Mrs. Wade Kennedy.'of To balance due Veri"h I,.._..18.805.85 '
acksonvllle were guests Sunday McCormick By amount collected 131,656.56A .,_._ 1,108.11I they'll have to g. to the Festival COCONUT, Pkg. __ ;Io lk ,S; OAT FLAKES, Pkg. ., ,6c'e
C. S.
t Mr and Mrs. Paul' E. Canova left Saturday. and Mrs.for their home In To balance. J.due THOMAS April Circuit Clerk.. or there wont be any Festival. I'll j .

8.T. St. Charles Illinois after a visit be a seeing of you. SWEET CORN, No. 2'can 10c TENDER PEAS No. 2 ci n.lOc, tMD
Dowllng. Clerk of the CourtLake
' here with Mr and .Mrs. John Ug-
Butler, wasattending ,touslnens

here Tuesday afternoon. low.. RITZ THEATRE STERNBERG'SStarke. SPINACH, No. 2 can Ipc,, RITTER'S BEANS, 4 for, JJc;

Brooker of Green
Little Elaine
Mrs. H. B. McLendon has been .Florida

patient for several day at, St. weekPfn.Cove 'Springs Starke, is with spending her uncle the STAKKK:, FLORIDA Whole 'RICE' 51t, 22C Nort BE ANS5c 1

fncent's Hospital In Jacksonville and aunt, ,Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fancy' or Navy '

Imbesk CAN You IMAGINE' *
Mrs. L. s, Hutto and daughters, MATINEE

f Edna and Carrie,' and A. H. Mrs. Addis Wainrlght ,of ,Jacksonville EVERY CU1VDAY. MONDAY' r' JEWEL SALAD OIL ''Pint 15c 29c
spent Friday In Jarluonville. WEDNESDAY, ..ATCRDAYadze Gal.j9c, ... ; :
has been spending several ,
P;... ,
here with her brother and
Earl days

e week-end Searing In of Lacoochee Starke with;spent his sister-in-law/. and Mrs.. O. A. NIGHT BHOWa ALL HOURS COFFEE lb 19c' Charmer Coffee,',Lb..t ,15c ,,1

rote Andreu. DAIt.T..__'>ae sad 1,10 P. M.
"r. and Mrs. C. O. Sear '
P. M.
r, 4 i ICSDAY..0,0 LETTUCE Each 71.2c BANANAS 3 Lbs. lOc
Mrs. F. A. Canova and' little _.. __ ,

: Anne,' of Gainesville -
llra. da&gbter, Mary
g'er Vonda the Inman Woodmen Circle.Manof la'-' are ,spending the week in PROGRAMBeginning CELERY, Each ____ ____ 5c GRAPEFRUIT, 3 for lOc

lording several Starke.with Mrs. Eunice .Canova Friday, April 13th.
days, at Lees "
rr. and family. TOMATOES, 'Lb. *_, .Zl-2c PRUNES, 2 Lbs. __ _._ 15c j

oat G. L. Patten- returned Saturday her Mrs.home':R.T..In Bell Chicago baa ,returned 111. after to 'Friday April '13th CAN YOU ,,,,....OINe- ORANGES, Doz. i1Oc APPLES, 2 Pkgs. 15c !

Guy a several days visit In Miami. spending some time here with, Mr. "You're Telling Me"W how BISMA-REX i is boosted by ,

Andrews, of New River and :Mr. and C. Fields, Buster Crabbe O ConcordioMo.mon whoofter 1M
Udent and MrsJ!John Uglow
at the University of :Flor- Joan Marsh Mvcrol years treatment for stomach PILLSBURYS BEST FLOUR
Mrs.' Charles. F.; Ward. u Octagon ;
tuWSU visiting friends ta Starke trouble aYfctcron'i Ho.pitalwascIi.cha..cd

Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow Mr. SATURDAY Line, APRIL Up"Hth positive, relief as for incurable himself with t secured this 6 Lb. 33c '12 lb. 63c Soap, or a a6r I

and Mrs. C. F. Ward. Ur. and Mrs.C. "The product/ With his last bottle& he '

par E A .. S. McCormick and Mrs. R. T. Wnv 0.......... MariJui Nixon uIso bought a bag of pconwtssay 1 24 lb. '$1.19 PowderIS t
Azalea ,
the -
WORD Bell, spent Friday visiting 1516"Carolina" gte/COeatonytbinqIowOfli I
Gardens at PaUtka..QjD.vGroof 8CNDAV. MONDAY.. Ap.. my weiattt has increased from 130 for __,10, !

:. of Bvadonton and I
Janet Oaynor Lionel Barrymore /
cream cote ed pup-I Harrji o."OOf of Wauchula have t j
Y YoungHenrietta
about three DIOIItU oIcL"" Re-I bMa.tile guests;of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Crmman ,, better blacult' bread] .i

tor return to Mack rIItcb. Fj 'Hoover and Mr.. and Mrs. YOU CAN BAKE CALO
Cu ,
: '" ,
ER RIBBONS carbon I C.H6over: for. several 'days.The Tuesday', Wednesday' Ap.,17-18 ment Biama that-rtex U is bringing a new antac.d welcome treat reSet cakes: and pIe. wit] ,1

'Paper the and second sheets CIG sale Woman's Missionary Society "Coming Out Party" to thousands everywhere who B A.L,LARD'S iI.i.

Telegraph otttc,. Phone 29. Of the Methodist church will meet Dee Oem> Raymond offer the agonies of Indigestion

'u 1 Monday afternoon at thres-thlrty, F'ance.A ->' fiklpworth and other acid stomach ailment, 4 fo'

RENT- at thea church. Business ,and .devotional Blsma-Rex acts four,way* to give OBELISKm el "
-Five ?
r Se room furnishhoe 'meeting.' SPECIAL BABOAIN NIGHT lasting relief la three mlouUs. It

."" rue at.JD7 store. J.Itp THUBSDAV APRIL 19th. neutralize excess .acid;. relieve

'fran.. I "w3bA'H;' Klges. U 'd.-Couch.promhMBt ,Spencer. Tracy Feet taring Jack Oak' !. tile stomach ,of gas' .soothe and',*aids the F ,L. O. U iR
Irritated! membranes
bn bn. city lob .I strawberry, buyers, and Constance Cteandogii digestion of.foods most likely toferment I ..... 12 Lbe. 124 iha. "'
r KUxkbeth -
g 011 corner Poerea their sMretary.Mlss' I

the hou.e-wt r orur ot!! ,,eU u tb all and or pgt-I|Morrison' or Plant and City have, arrived officesat IDStaI'k.1'usay' Looking.,For-> Trouble at Retail Drug Bisma-R Btoraa.I* Get sold*only Jar 33c 63c S1.1S 3 ,for''L

'. .today at Mitchell's ,Drug Store, !
InfOJ1DatJola.t the
tn* Stark Has during,
;. '
fJlton, Mu.2tp shipping'teasonl ,I Stark. FIorMav Air a
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.. ..

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% PAii SIX --
A survey of rural housing conditions -
Is being mads by North Caro-
f 10RIUA +IIGHlIGHTS! &y/ENNErlIl@ ; lina State College to determine the
o.r,., N .......... .... _no needs of far mhomes In that state.

The quantity of. water beneath
the cruet of the earth's surface is

nearly one-third tho total volumeof 1

Conducted by Demonstration Agents the oceanic waters.

I .
A reptile in the California desert

ii- WI ....__ __ JIll .. lives under the sand and moves Qreotest Fire in
fl through it with a swimming mo- American

Home Activities In Extravagant Claims IUOD.I History
Florida be ShownIn Give One Cue to Be ---wee'7p" .-,-..
to STOP AT .,..... ..... Nikyfdl.l..d. ...
I --...... ot 1906 Y S... ,
Motion Pictures in Purchasing
Wary 1,150.000.000'..
Y..q ...._.",,
r.wrh der
I Tallahassee-Fla.-Home demonstration Gainesville-Fla.-When comes AL ililV 7 'tiltj\ I VIOLA'SGood -.........-ot hd............N--II."_al..._...

wlrk in Florida to going to your one and only chance to buya h saes.-"r. .........._
k', be featured in two motion pictures Biblical lily with almost magic / Sandwiches .. ._ II. 1N8UII. h._
I to be released In the next few qualities-price one, two cr three 1<.: ": ... .wIdo.... _. -'ew' .............
;+4 week. by the United States Dew dollars a plant-Just let the chance BEER I a...'.-... _....... '__
ICE COLD wr --...........
partment of Agriculture. Two representatives pass right by and you will be a
: of the departmenthave wiser but not a sadder man, advises I 7I Ask For Our Price on CaaeeAOJolBln
been in Florida recently take Dr. Wilmon Newell, plant HAROLD C. WALINSURANCE
ing the "shots" for these movies commissioner of the State Plant Bill's Service Station
/ //
one of which Is to be a general picture Board The printed folders say Where Ton Get Tonr. Gas sad
representing home demonstration there Is "nothing In the world like Aerl. STARKE
M; work In the United States and It" and Dr. Newell says that it Is FLoRID)
I the other is to deptcit the work literally true-not even the Illy fr
in the Southeast. ,Itself Is like the wonderful description -

Scenes from Florida included the I, of it.Parties .

marketing of farm and home products selling this marvelous lily -
claim that it Is a very valuable
in Gadsdon and Leon counties N
medicinal plant that will "keep
the making of crystallized away disease germ agents and Insects STAFF
fruit the state Home Strawberry Pickers'TICKETS
C products of all kinds," and that it lives Ifor
1 Demonstration Department and I for 100 years. Although It was L /P.f..
# various phases of the work In the rare, it grew on the plains of Palestine -
x counties. In Palm Beach county and Is mentioned In the BIble OF T1IG fLOrDAINDIANS

by King David, we are assured.
laundry The late Luther Burbank is credited TJ.lE

''k truck crops, a playground fork with having developed a &ATYD/
; children a circulating library In variegated strain which sells at TNT t. 'I
+ use, dairy cows, yard and fruit double price. """ "l PI20.DVCES" TN&

plantings, and a community house. For this particular lily the handbills 'W', J SOUND -KA. Ty.DID"I
Improved sanitary facilities In there Is a association -
say growers \.1
homes, poultry and finished home at Santa Rosa California I SLANT : ; WITN ITS $2.00 Per Thousand25c
{, 'demonstration proJects.were featured with executive offices and showrooms "' \ WIN"S / 1
In Dade In Pmellas solar ", !
a at San Francisco. Inspectors ;'r" /
water heater and an attractive of California Department of Agriculture "

country home were photographed, have Informed Dr. Newell Each Additional Change

r9'sanitary' while In HlUsborough outhouses were poultry pictured.and that either they have the been association unable or to the locate "' \ WL ti. I ,

X Craft work, for which Florida executive office and showrooms. For centuries,the INDIANS of Florid .flee great Steve Yeaw Florida war of >

1 home demonstration women are This amazing lily is obtained have utilized the KOONTI PLANT in the 183642. At TheBradford
Ir noted, was portrayed in scenes tak- only from the salesman at the door. making of bread. The primitive manner' The .familiar oie "Xa-tjr-did" is Rot

en la Polk. This Included the making The agent has been selling them in of pounding the roots to small particles made ,by the. mouth: of tfce; ineeet as is

pewter of craft leather articles and from wood.palmetto, Florida for a few week. California and drying the mass in the preparation commonly supposed, but by its wing

e authorities have received complaints of flour is still im vogue. Had it not !been membranes rubbing against ore ..oth....

a To be sound permanent and efficient also from Georgia and for this plant the Seminoles could not In :Florida the call of eMIr species is shortened County

able.-L., farming R. Simmons must be profit South Dr. Newell Carolina.suggest that It Is have so long? resisted the whites during to "katy."

,{h7i wise to "investigate before you in- $!.... foe BBS* SVOOZTIONIn order to stimulate Men ha FtarMa"' hlstorUal lejMbaarke. rehear,

I vest" In any plant for which extravagant character and Incidents, a prise of $10 is offered for the best suscestlon, aeeoaspaaied .kr ....... seat
: claims are made and for In during ApriL All descriptions should be not more than IS ..... end will become tkw p m>ei' ef

which exorbitant price are asked. Southern Features. In*, unless accompanied by" return post***. Adatsss Soother ......... a M. Jeek- TelegraphPHONE
e _YUle. ....


Hints To Housewiv here. Others may be found In Bulletin is a fair start on the part of the local conditions must be met. Year- 29 STARKE FLA.
62 which can be obtained ,
landowners In this district to make round abundance will reward In-
free on request to the State Home
I their idle lands productive and It
WeeMy tveea Hears Ds.ata.fea-1 Demonstration dustry and goon sense when applied -
Department at Tallahassee Is that
requested those
Uon Specialist, Tallahassee people on Florida farms, as In few
getting Into the woods for
jTomato any reason i
other sections. ._ _
Flower Salad be careful with their fire lest m
( FRESH RIPE TOMATOES Select a smooth red-ripe tomato, this Investment be completely de-.
MAY BE ATTRACTIVELY 2 or a 1-2 Inches in diameter peel stroyed.The .
iT i SERVED IN MANY WAYS I and chill. With a paring knife first Florida Forest Service at PONTIAC-:

cut as though to divide in half, Tallahassee or your District For-
I The tomato was frown to a certain through the skin to a depth of ester H. J. Malsberger at Green
x : extent all a" orMnwnUl 100 about 1.2 Inch. leaving base In Cove Springs will be glad to answer -
V. I years ago, but It was thought to tact. In like manner cut in quarters any questions concerning your 'IIts
.9WcIb. Selector site be poisonous and so was not eaten and then In eighths Lay back planting problems. .'. an HT

,d. Within the past cenury however the eight petals. Place the tomatoon e .. '
tt oldyf6rr s than the "love apple" of former days has a bed of finely shredded crisp \ ...
'hgti "" bat come to be appreciated to PD. of cabbage or lettuce. In center of -and isa '

i eel the Rwst! nutritious and appetizing I[6auS: petal plasa an okra pod RURAL 'EAUTY
frutta which American housewives (Steamed lender} cut in half COMMON SENSE -. ..r

toiv, /OT'Sj JbulMnkj IonfHavaiui can serve, lengthwise. Next place a little e.. .. ,
'aodJmlRortecllo? Vitamin A. B. and C, mineral mound of cream 0* cottage cheese II,. SPUDS JOHNSON"UVKATHOMK" ,.. f
t iv ivI and sugar are contained In desirable rolled in finely cut parsley, between
issue for onlyj quantities In the tomato. every two petals. Sprinkle center of k
I V> dT x I i The combination of sugars, the del- tomato with finely chopped green LESSONS ELL
'icate the refreshing jueln. FOUND
**pw> l (M sV ..r+t acidity pepper carrots, celery and chives.Serve _
... the attractive color and the PIONEER FLORIDA FOLKS
1 t the aaoM youricfac with French dressing.Tomato 4e*
ability to gently stimulate the appetite Baskets -
When talk begins on plans for ,
tomato ,
to make
serve .
... Place tomatoes
whole ripe peeled
nutritional stand Florida farm,, folks 'to 'live-at-
.UW CHer! Mfs.Ce..lUkei,* popular from a chilled and hollowed out in Is
point. It baa an alkaline reactionIn home", somebody nearly always
i/wrh !-, a nest of finely shredded cabbageor
the body and helps to counterbalance ready with a wall of woe in which
lettuce, and fill with raw sauerkraut -
the acid forming foods, It Is argued that the thing "Just
'I J.liELBA such aa meat, fish and cereals. chopped and salted green pepper mixed and can't be done." The claim Is made
celery peanuts
valuable that no matter what they may ,
Because of these qualities with mayonnaise. Sprinkle with !Hawroua li an
become grow in the way of cash crops the
tomatoes have recognizes dill the r..p
pickles chop
chopped or
soils of the state won't food
a* one of the beat foods for
and whites of hard boiled
ped yellow
promoting growth In boys andgirls" for the farmer and feed for his
eggs. Handles may be made for livestock.
: tomato baskets out of of
Fresh tomatoes are obtainable stripe If It had been true that the landIn
green pepper or celery slipping the this state cannot,be made to
In Florida almost all the year. They
it'CtallRsyrnwv ends down deep In the sides of the
h can be served In many attractive baskets sustain those who live on It, the. ...
settlement of Florida would
salads and In sandwiches, a* well never
OUtEYU2Z CANDY COom U eaten plain sliced. A few re- e have gone ahead. The pioneers had Get a PONTIAC J Pontiac .is a new car an .

..... DLYllsaie clepes for tomato salads are given Pine Seedlings. Planted to produce nearly.everything they EIGHT and a BEAUTY with everything
I ate and most of what they wore. you want In a car-and more. .

e' By Many Landowner' They practiced "living-at-home" asa Pontiac is the only car at anywhere near its "I .... .-
TO .
matter of course.' that all the latest features' 9 ..
pries gives
?' ... t;' 1(". f .' ::- you 1S 1i\\J ;.. .cl 0 '
Failures there farmers -
in DIs- were among
.. t Twenty-five landowners you have a right to expect, N...- Est. .
_t'....III trict Four of the Florida Forest even In the early days. The wilderness '' CYLINDERS, 1t \ 11. ", \,
: Service, which comprise the counties -' took Its toll of the feeble SMOOTHEST ,.\ \
1 .',, .. of Nassau Duval Clay Putnam folk here aa well aa eUewhere. Eminent engineers agree that the Pontiac cf ... op

.t,; t' '. tit t, Bradford. St. Johns, Flagler, Mostly however"the settlers got englneieoneof tamoothettqtttetett a.edd av fIt
'", Voluaia and part of Union plant along unless they fell victim to eights In the Industry ... 84 h.p. 85 1s"r \0 ,'e
If Y ed 200,000 pine seedlings this sea the savage horde, and the popu- mile per hour. And owners report 16 to ..- :i
son. The seedlings were purchasedfrom lation grew apace, despite unset- IS miles to the gallon of gasoline." Remarkable : ;"ilia'I, i4,a'
i / WARNING the Forest Service nursery at tied conditions in public affairs. economy along with extraordinary "f\I".. .....
Raiford and coat the landowners After the Indian were subdued freedom from repair costal, w be ma .
$4.00 per thousand. These one year and the fame of Florida spread, .
14K old pines planted approximately more people came: often for long LOOK ,AT THai: PONTIAC:' FEATURES! a'l Y

to EXPECTANT MOTHERS 700 acre of land which was lying distances and with only the most .Only Pontiac in the low-prlcsj Bald offers '
Idle and producing no revenue for primitive mean of travel. Againthe them all: Economy Slrottht Eight Engine; .
the owners. In fifteen to twenty percentage of auccess was high Fully .-lM< .. years, depending upon soil conditions although the newcomer had to Fisher Bodies Bendi SteeVCa
lawrotel Perfection
1 If jrwo have ever been a patient in anybody complete confidence ; ..
and with fire control, they wrest sustenance from the soil.
;t hospital, are probably any pretcrtptlen which he Brakes Croxt-Flow RadiationsWheelbaeetMeteredFtowLubtfcstlo. .. .
any you ,.
should begin earning money. And Living off.the land was the general -- aetillasasroav ... PO/nls! iNMr a
r familiar with the advantages of a most of all. a .
But important .
fire i;Lasy "
some provision for protection custom, in fact until the rather ---T ca"D
fltuM/ lautlve. gentle liquid laxative does not cam of returns Starting True-Course: Steering-and etruweight ..... .-
Bowel strata. to the most delicate" Is the only annual cost incident recent period big fIOIIIUIC
Doctor know the value of the .,.tem.-I lag it a/ the udiwet to produce the crop since the pine from special crop that could hardly ,etrottxe and strength ha vital parta. uswsvuw 1111..su usnseroas......GUll .

Ida,". wheee doe can be mee- Impedance le **B ctaJit melAcr end seedlings need no fertilizer watering be CI'Owa.1n the quantities demanded -' COME IN YOU'LL NEVER KNOW HOW YOU TRY 11PONTIAC
ife 4 send and whose aetlea can thus f* nit* cMU.Eipeetaat. or cultivation.The by the nation' markets. :
be controlled to suit your Individual mothers are nrged to distribution among the Lesson In the "liveathome"Idea :

r ...... try gentle regalatioa' ofboweb with counties of the seedlings planted are found in the practice of 5
DraCr Syrup Pepsin. It Is la follows .Nassau 81,. pioneer Florida people for hundreds ts$7
,I% 'The puMie. too b fast returning j tasting laxative el! as : County-
, to the use d liquid laxatives. People delightful sctton made of freshherb 330: Duval County-14.000; Clay of :years and In learning again to '
learned that sad active senne. County.-47.50O; Flagler County depend on her farm the state .la .
4' have BOW a properly *,pure pepsin : '
a prepared liquid lamattv* brings a Not a single mineral drag; nothing 500; Putnam County-8.850; Brad- profiting by them Get a Pontiac Eight for Your Money I '; ;..r ;.. AND UP
pertest movement without diat... cense strain or iimate the ford and Union Counties-13O.OOO; Except where the land has been __
cenfort at the time or after. Dr. kid .,.. St. John County.-12,800. To the abused too greatly Florida's soil
i CaUwelT* long operleuee with Dr. Caldwatl'e Syrup owners who planted these seedlings will sustain farmer and their families -
'I soother and babies and bit remarkable Pepsin 1* aa approved they represent an Invest Just aa it did In the' early REGISTER MOTOR CO.
record of nearly (Arat preparation sad kept ment'of. $1.060 and about $063 for year of her history, end long k
il t.sesnd birth without the los of' ready for use by all the value of labor,in planting or thereafter -. '

OM mother or child, should give druggists.a'k ____ a total Investment of $1,72 This Work Is required,. of course and, V STARKE. FLORIDA 11'

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thirty-first verse. "Thou shalt con -' -- -- -- -- -.

ceive In thy womb." That was literally )_.. .' ". see. T R A O..Y A..t

Jky.e'y fulfilled. '"And shalt call his i i AMAZE A MINUTE Lot. 4; 5 6 7 of Rlk a Co'19.Llvingston'tlruby .. '

name Jesus" That was literally SCIENTIFACTS. BY Addltlon fo Starke In .
i 11.1,1 '. : fulfilled. ARNOLD W% of NJ1:%. ________.1111 8 U 1.1"ln..ton. Trub A Co_ .45
shall be
great. That Lots J. a. U. 14 nf But 30. ,,' -: t ,

j lamp ute ay eet. oJ a bjht eats! gy nth.-fsalai 1I9:10J.: was literally fulfilled "And he Livingston Addition tn, TI'uby Starke a Cu's In ..

; shall reign over the house of Jacob why of NEl4 .____ _--28 6 U 'J. 1\ Moore------------ IT.4'

--m ..,. f"' All religious teaching, doctrine or forever; and if his kingdom Lot. e. 7. ot Bile 18. LIv.Ingaton ;'

tW l'lI "" .dU creed It theare to have any claim there shall be no end." That has 'it { Addition' Truby to tlt.r.a Co'In. .'

Wif the love, loyalty and devotion Clf the people, must be In humony withjfiSBW" not been, fulfilled. Jesus has never W1. ot NEV. _?._____.'1 6 U n' Mabel I Helen Mersereau_ n.4'

ps the f whom fit ev81') had the throne of David. He lethe Lots 6, 7 ,
it was add John "NEVEREAN 1Ii.t irtn.l: tl: .
hghhmP lEheaTI#IS and MAN". ia 'I;". heir to the throne. God promised 8I.Co'. Addition I to r Starke ",

it to Him. The throne of Da. In Why of NEV.------58\ : : I II Frank l\Ior.an___..... 13.45

.tori of Bradford and Union eountlea' are Invited to UM this dot vide Is a literal throne in Jerusa n Lot. 1. I. I of IJItc .L Llv.
". of church activities, orcanlzatlona and lem. It will Inlf"ton, Trub" 0 Co'.
for news announcer"z be rebuilt Jesus, if Nub-dlvlolon of NEW, of b'

Space freely riven and no carp made the only reqnlremeut ,the scripture means what It says NIiJI4 ___ ----______-___2$ I II Annie WIUI.m._______._ 11.45 ;
.".. reach thla oOloe before AI Blk 1 Livingston ,
.u.tiurh Items Wednesday moraine ,and says what it means, will comeback bo' 'Fri.by -
fUtatliey cannot be handled for current' Issue.1g1I3 a Autbdlvl.lonof
I some day and sit on David's 1 NIiJ4! of NEV.-\ _______.38 8 U Annl. William.--_ 1.15 ,4
I- I, throne.. Jerusalem will "A W .tlto..- Cap- a Slit ot Bite 6. Livingston, ,
DIRECTORY thought he was exceedingly itol of the world. Then and< not T..uby a Co.o Sub-dirt. .: "')nslon .
CHURCH gen of NE4 ot NEV.----ta\ 6 II Unknown .__.__._.?_ I.JI5
erous. He was far surpassing the until then, will be have universal Lots 1. I or Nty of Blk I. rfLlving.tonTrub'
Church and permanent peace on the earth. ... CO'"
J1rw' Baptist teachings of the rabbis, who said Nllb-dlvilion ot oNJi4\ of '.
Bev. C. B. Price, Pastor. -- NE1y: --.----....__.____.. 8 II Louvenla Rob.rson___w .415
School, 10.00! : a.m.; A. J. forgive only three times. But Jesus ANOTHER "IF' B:1it: ot Illk 1 and Lnl. I. Iot
auday gave him to understand that there If you can rise at four o' :I.xk Nukuw IJlk 1 and Lot. I. I of ':

nan. superintendent.worship 11:00: a.m. Is no limit to the forgiveness which each morning / I.Ivina.ton Silk 6 and ,all Truby SiIk.a.9 so'J. i

uarntag; | is required of a Christian. It Is And milk a bunch of restless, Ie/CUsATmose } Ntkb-dlvlslon of N&4! of I IZl1'j

B. T P. U. 6:45: i not a matter of "How often" at all. bawling cows; B.cAac 1aalsa sees W / :, of Lnii-- .-__-.3$ S II Llvln..ton, Trub. a Co_ I.IG
8:00: I
Evening; A follower of Christ should havea If you can run a balky separator 6.ae e. aarr MISOST Moo.7ww.aaTuen 16, and W 02 .it\rf Lot, I
Midweek prayer service, WednesiyJOOpm. in itheOl Sees a. ot hilt 18 and
forgiving spirit which will manifest And out 'I. "I'
pour slop to pigs and of .' 1, lift It
40,000 w.e. 0sr one ea.L'.oa tau'
t itself whenever occasion re- shotes and< sows, and Idly : 1, 1 all" .'
/. C4.41aa sea ea/.als ftaaev ll1k 18. Livingston, Tru-
Church Of Christ I quires. As God forgives a man If you can stay your hunger witha Titan 1 Ia4aat, SAa$ by a Co'. Sub-dlvl.lun '
i truly and freely whenever he real- breakfastOf AtpWta vltet/t ItaC... to Starke of NEl4 of

(First Christian) .ly repents, so we should not harbor pork and eggs .and biscuits sPeEDlNCa NIiJ" ___.._._________.11 8 12 Dora Aldernwn.6.911 ''I
Voiles Pastor. ANTs Lol. I
K. Earl UP / I. 4 ot nlk 17. Llv-
a spirit of resentment even if hard as rocks Ingston I
Services for Sunday, April 8: ; Tite SPM9 Of! ANT ... Truby a Co' j I
one who has wronged us does not If can smack'your and ub.dlYl.lon of NS14 of ,
Bible School 10:00: am. I repent. However a complete and you lips Inn's run TPM wLn.Ar 5a' Zl/E\4/ \ ___________. .. .,_ .-,21 I 2:1: A. 0.'Jmklne.1.16 j'I
Worship and Communion 11:00: swallow coffee THBV tMMJC f>mn AN MOWI- Lot. I. I or Ely ot IIIk 25. '"
satisfactory forgiveness Livingston. Truby" Co'. I Iubdlvl.lon
presupposes That tastes like soapsuds used AT MOTTMBV MOW no reef
jn.Evening Worship, 7:30.: I an acknowledgment of thewrong' for washing socks, a of NE4 ot NEI4 to__.tIt.rk.______-.8 8 12 Mamie Dell-------- 10.411 t I 1
Luke 17: 3.... says. "If thy If you can grab a mattock anda fllk 20. Livingston' Truby ,<;
Welcome, brother trespasses against thee, rebuke shovel MYRIADS o tnMaata 01\: o'. 8ub-.I1YI.I..n tu .,
tltark. ot NIiJ. ot NIiJ\4U\ 1 II Joe Hogan _.___.____, JO.U '
him and if he Ar
Methodise Church ; repent, forgive And blithely set to cleaningout Noon osi, a ca alv w. Dlk 8\1 "Ie loOt. II, 4, 19vIngaton 1
I him. And If he trespass against a ditch 0. Tae.eN en s.w Nw eptlaOw* NegeL 'l'ruby .a 1:0' 1
Rev. B. M. Montgomery, Pastor. CJ.IStM ONtie awe .are tlub.dlvlelon to Starke
Sunday School, 10 a.m. ,thee seven times In a day, and seven And never stop, although your 140 A,000 a..w- of NII4 ot NE\4.U\ 8 1:1: Livingston, Trilby" Co_ 1.45 I.".
I times a day turn again to thee, palms are blistered Lot I 0'Ulk 31. LI vln,.. ,y\,
Homing worship at 11:00 a.m. .ton, T..uby a. CO'I IoIUI>- v ,
thou shalt
saying, repent; forgive
6:30 Sweat blinds your eyes and division' to Starke of "
People's Meeting--- :
Young 'him" both your shoulders itch; NEV of NESQ.----------12\ 1 12 D. L. Lloyd-___,._ H.411Lnt. l

''If.Fvenlng. Worship-7:30: P. M. 'I Jesus illustrated forgiveness "by If you can dig and not be tired by NOTICE Llvlnpton1ruby. 1. 4 or 814 0' IIlk 0Co'U.. I '.t

the parable of the king and the two digging.By Sub.dly/ston to Itark. _

servants, one forgiving and the other plowing, hoeing weeds or of NMl4 of Nm __..._.11 8 II Oscar Dell------t; ___.? .45
Presbyterian Church in which he makes No tire. I I. hereby given that the following' : land will be olS. at nubile BIk. 37, ,1 Livingston' I
unforgiving, pitching hay, i auction on the Flret Truby tu's! $ub,
!Rev George H. Lowry, Minister. Monday May, 1934 It belno the 7th day of said dlvl
God's forgiveness of ourselves depend If it's your absolute, profound month before the court house door at Stark. 'In Bradford County, State of don to Starke 0' NI4\
Services next Sunday as follows: on our displaying a forgiving conviction Florida or If> much thereof a* will be necessary to pay the amount due for of NEV.----__?____.--28 8 II A. O. Jenkins----?_?? 11.45D.k
10:00 A. M.-Sunday School, T. taxes. net opponlttHhe earn, together with the cost of such .ale and advertUIng U. Llvln..ton, Trub ,
disposition toward those who sin That hours Is / .
Williams superlntendant. eighteen just a oil: Co'. 8ub-dlvl.l..n to .
against us. He teaches us to pray loafer's day; CARL JOHNS, Tax Collector IItark. ot NI4\ of NI411\ 8 21 '- A,, 0.J.nkln.-. _______ '.111

1100 A. M.-Morning Worship; "Forgive us our debts, as we forgive If you can load the back end of .)......Ip. .:' !Ser! THA 0...., At e>ejiitBi Fred dillon Blk I. Temple's Ad. ,
on> by the pastor. fo lark. In NJjJIt.!
I. our debtors. And that this a flivver Beg 0844 ft W of NK: roc of NW% and Why atNEl4 .'
P. M. Christian Endeavor.
17 Top. was meant seriously by him Is With eggs and chickens, fruit nt ';<4 i of NBW' and rim' / W of Ny__._..___._11 4 15 L. O. Powdl11.45
i: 'The Place of Prayer In Chrlsi W *5'i ft.H IDS ft, 133SK, Lot. U. 14 of nile II, T.m. )
i Living". Leader, Mrs. Nathanatt. I shown, not only by the way in and garden sags, ft N 105 ft to beg ______ 28 8 23 Starling Mo Coy...___ 3 11.45 pl.'. Addition to Starke I' ."
which he drew attention to this And drive to town and sell themto Com 106 ft S of NR: rnr nf -- In NIiJI4 of NWI, and

I petition in his comment on the SFJ% fit NEVi and run W Wy. ot NFJ\o W of1lYh11 1 U S. R. Usborn..__._?.. 11.411,
8 P. M. Evening Worship; your grocer 420 ft, 8 105 ft, U! 420 ft, l.ot.-i.5 ot U1k 14. T.mp- .'
and sermon. 'prayer, but also in the aolumn For half enough to pay for oil N 101 ft tn be.*;. .___ .._.28 8 22 J. J. Keller...-_?_-_._ I.U p.II' Addition tn Starke 'r..l'W14
I[ ,words with which he enforces the and ElonccofN145 ft nf Wtt In NI 14 ot NWIa mud .
A cordial invitation to all our gas; I of NWVi! of SKH! of NEV4-! 28 8 23 'Jo.ephlne Olover. ...______ eat of NE\o\ W of Uy.11 1 II-C. A. Futoh__.....,_w ".11 I',
Icea extended to all. duty In the parable. The lesson con- If you can spend the whole night Lot nAnd tract, part of tat ," : Lot 7 ot 1)1k 13. Tlmpl.'. ''I
!veyed by this parable Is that we IrrigatingAnd C nile 1 heln* 62V4 ft NandSbyllOrlfoJandW Addition to Stark. In ,t,

owe to our fellow creatures for start out in the morning nlito com at NW cor of ,. 0'Nb\o NL0V.! ot W of y"-Ry.------26 S U C. A. Futoh4.-;; __.., 1.4' '1
SUNDAY SCHOOL bearance and forgiveness as a mat fresh and bright; land owned by J O. Lot 8 ot fllk a7. Temple's
Tinner on Cherry Ht and '. Addition 10 Slark.-toNUI "
ter of absolute Justice: that, as God If can smile when cotton "-, It
run N on said St 62% ft. % ot NW and W\1o\ i
I in Christ has forgiven us, we are I I bolls are shedding W liB ft to Church St. Hon ot NE54 W of fty. -.26 I 22 -, C.'A Fut h.....,_.__.. 1.01 ;i
LESSON bound In like manner to forgive And when melon vines Church St 52Mi ft W LOlrilon\ ott Blk 15. P..k'c ,
your 210 ft to beg, Orl.irml Stark. In ." r": :
I curl up with blight; Town of Stark In NE4! NWV of NW% N of 9th 1 ;

For April 15th., 19S4I I If you can dig up money on the of SWVi! __.__..-___?.28 < 23 J. O. Turner ._.;:____. 38.89 St -___------_-.--_---.18 S IS Futch a. KlckUter..._. 1.411 ,
Lot 2, 4. e of bile 2 an elr. "- Lou II, I, 1, I ot Dlk a,
them.BOB mortgage tended on ISnaey Map. J. O. Alv.re. Addition to
I Subject: Jesus Teaches Forgive- And taxes for the county and Original Town of Starke a Mad/nun and .
kffl. JONES, In NKU of 5Wiy-------U 8 23 Chas. CrutchfUld ....... 13.45 I W of ovar u St.-----,26: ill':" Louvenl V. Dowling.-.. 1'.41
the state; Lot 1 nf Blk 4 a* extended. I Lou 1. I. a, 8. T of ttlk I.' ., ., '
I Golden Text; "Forgive! us.our If you can keep your head and on Kny M..p.. ? t;>rl.lnal I Wynn'. Addition .e "f '. '"? _" _H.. \
bll Town of Starke, In NE4! Starke In NW\4r. or AWY4.35 I II -'n. r. Domoroat__ lI.n ,,
,, as we forgive our debtors, not go rabid of 8WW! ___...___.___ .38 3 21'V.. D. rark.,,._.____.__L.. (145 Lot 4 of Dlk ,,1; Wyn" '" :' .I
all. 6:12Lesson: While listening to some oily NM of Blk 8 tt, Orlrlnal'. Addition Stark. in.NWI4 .
Text: Matt 18: 21-3I. (lOMMENTS candidate; Town of Starke-In Nil:" of 8W\4\ ------__-. .23 1 II Verna Demorst2,16 ,.
Time ; and of 8WM ..- .,____..___.28 3 22 H A. Hlehop-----... 18,IS Lots I, I, lOot B.k I. i j
and and work
Place of Lesson: Au- If you can work Lot I. 8 of Blk 6. OriginalTown WYIIIAddition to

won of A. D. 29; Capernaum. go on working of Starke In NEVi Ht..rk. In NWl4 of HWV..18 I al 1F.. D.moro.t_.__. 7.11
Practical of SWW -__ 8 S3 Florence C. Flynn...... 815 Lou A. H, 4' of hut '.
Truth of life
| We
: cannot gain Until your weary race Lote 1. J of Blk 7. Original Wynn'. Addltllln to .. "
r keep the favor of God unless we is run Town of Starke, In Nfci', 8tark. 'In NW\4\ or IiIW\Io.18 I II D. W. 1I01l0wa,_..._ 17.158y ,
nve a other folks of BWV4\ ___ ____._______ .28 S 23 W. B. Park...._....... 4115 of lo"r.,1 Lot N7) and
forgiving spirit. The next war! That Is what men I don't know just what Lot. 2, 4 of Blk 8. Original frail Lot J' ot Silk 1.Wynn's .
| Survey of the Lesson: After ut are talking about everywhere. We would call you, I Town of Starke, In NKVi! d
ring the warnings against caus- but this world can- But I'd call you an average I of SWV\ n___ _______ .28 ( 23 James Kit. ......__... 8115 shirk. In NWI4 tt'rtlwt".aa I II R. F. D.morst-----. .... 2.45On.
want peace, I Lots I, 8 of Rlk R. p..I.lna1" lot bounded N by D. "
ig others to stumble Christ gave not have peace as long as men farmer, I, Town of Starke, In NEVi! vie and Trub,,'. Add IiJ .., y":;
Irections: concerning an offend- the Prince of Peace. The son.Ernest Douglas, In of BWVi ___.._*____?-,._ .28 8 23 Mr.. Emma Murrhe__. 31.IB :r.lr..n..8 by 1 land of Sirs.
ig brother. reject E at ft I In of Lot 1 ofUlk : W by Wa1.
Then Jesus gave to trouble with our peace Is that we Arizona Producer. fl.I Original Town nut St--------------Is 1 sa Mrs'O. I, O..ltfln___ 31.7"
a disciples this promise; "Again I a false assump- -_eMAIL i of Rtark, In NEVi of On. Jot 110 It N and S .' n' '
y unto you that If two of are building upon EFFECTIVE awvi -----_ -__--- __--_18 8 S3 A. II. John.__._...._ 87.48 b" Sha tt .iii and W, ,
you tion. We assume that man la Inherently SCHEDULE One lot HO ft B and W by bound.d.lil b, Walnut ; ; ,. ,"
1 1J I'
bell, agree on earth as touching But he isn't. He was APRIL 8, 1934 70 ft N and a In 8W cur 8t. N hy J. R. larls'. and I'
aytblng that they shall ask. It good. In of C. L. Peek rae Blk .. .I W. Alvars. W by "d. ;;"t 4t ,.,,' ,' ;, ./
born in sin. He was conceived bounded & by Madison 1'.mvlu Av and N by ;
ill be done for them of my father sin. The first man and woman accepted Train No. Mall Closes tit. W of Court St. Original ./, HIt. 0 ot Jones. A"d..,-...I' I II O. W. Aklsrman14.11
fhlch Is in heaven. For where two South 8:40 Town oft stark In Corn .t loW Cur 01 Madl- ,
Parcel Post : a. m. .
three the devil's lie that man can 11 NEy4 of SW\4.\ ._ _____U 6'y23. Clara L. Peek......._._ 10.38f Ion and Pay 811 and run a '
are gathered together ta by asserting his Independence become 107 Letters & Special One lot com SSVA ft m! o.sn S111lyft, W 101itN l'.rt
y name, there am I in the midst God in the pursuit of Delivery. South ....9.50: a. m. : cor of Call and CnurtSt an ft tet Madison .1, '.k.: 74'" ,, l' !
like"" .
t them." and run B on Call St then 0 on said tit 206ft '
I The knowledge: So'man wants to be- 1 Letters A Parcel Post 43 1ft.. S (3<4ft. W to beg--__ .___.______-1. 1 II Ruby A.. II.y...._.._.. 17.01 "
printed part of today's lea"i lieve that he can live without God. South _--...-___.. 6.00: p. m. 4.1 1-3 ft. N 5244'< 'tt tnbe .' Lots I. 1\1 of Bile I. City ,_"
la,-"Then *. Ordinal Town of Park Sub Div W.ath.1'11' -
came Peter to him Letters
ad 1 He'. can't He can't. even build a 12 Parcel Post A Stark In NFJ% of 8WU..28 I 83 Mr. J. L. Fra........_._ S3.ISS3 and Carm.n Acid to .': .
aald. Lord how oft ahall my permanent'civilization Independentof North ___-_?____ 3:00 p. m. Lot. 7, 8 of Blk 38. OrlsTlnal lItark. Jn IIW\4\ ot! tllIlit..I': 1 II Unknown ....__..___.... sos .\

rother him sin against me, and I for- God., The history of the human 108 Letters Special Delivery ---- NEW Town of SWVi of _Stark___...__In_. S S3 Mr. Laura Hemlnrway.' 3118 l.orr.. J botDf kb..City' 'I.

Jive ? Till seven times Je- race Is a story of cities bullded North _?.-.__._. 5:40 p. m. S 100 ft of Blk 3D a. extended .rly a. C.rmen Add to I ,," '
us with unto him I say not un-; and cities destroyed. Why can't 2 Letters & Parcel Poet in Kney Map. Bt..k. In "$, Wit.-( of HIIII: I II W. N. Jobnsoa.--.? '.41

>i thee' until seven times: But, un- the statesmen of the world see that North -_________.. 6.00 p. m. Original In 'NKVi of Town SWVi of Stark.__. 28 t 23 7. B. John. .,____ 41.48 Lot Hub I of IJIY Silk, W.ath.rl 4. City)!" Park aCarmen I

aeven times seven.. Therefore world needs is Christ? Starke A Bell Branch 80 ft squar. In NH) cor of' Add In tlt.rlc. I',/ o 'r
what the
1 the kingdom of heaven likened Bible., Open It to the Mail closes ?_?___ 6.DO: a. m. Hlk, 2> a* extended on In SWy4 of suv..I II Frank A..w..y,._.._ 1.16
Get your Knaey Map. Original /
alo Lot I ot Silk 4. City Park ,
certain king, which would first of Luke. Begin at the Mail arrives -______--. 1:80: p. m. Town of Stark, In NEVi) Sub
"*e account of his.servants. And chapter of SWVi\ ..____ >__._.--.21 ( 33 L. A. Davl*.___..__ ".'//11 ,,___DIv.AdWd.a/h.Srly'_k
h en i ne had begun to reckon Lot. 2. 4, 8, I, of Blk 58. :BWVi t HEVt: .::'::.:_18 4 22 11. D. Rawliy...___ 1.41
III one J. M. John Addition to BIK (. City Park Hub Dlv.
brought unto him which ow- Stark In HBVi: of BWVi _S3 3 23 A. U. lohn._________ 1t,18 Weatherly A Carmen r ,
> him ten thousand talents. But Lot R of Blk U. J. M. Add to Htark In SWfeo \ '
. ran + Do You Know? + .1 j John Addition to Stark. ( JlI Bi4..___ ..-___JT-38 1 12 .; rrnk A. Sw.sey.. _._. .'.4' r,
much as he had not to pay. In HEVi of SWVi____-__.S3 3 32 A. JL Johns.-.,.___ 1.11 Lot. 13, 14, 13,. 20 of Bile
HH lOrd commanded him to be sold. ,. Fracl Iota A. B of Blk' 33. 2, H. N' > Add
hla wife J M. John Addition to to Iitarke olIrJ.Mv;:; of
at he and children and aU Marks In SR44 of SWVi.iSS II-A. H John..___.. 1.11 SfiJVi .. _-_...--.-__..88 S II R. F. Demor.st.-..,,_,, 7.4'
had, and payment to be Lot. 1, 3, S and fracl lot. Lot 18. 34. 37 33 37, 38. ry ryDowling
e. The servant therefore fell r, I> of Blk 34. J. M.John. .',';;y ,,y.. 81, 44 of Silk f. It. N.
'NIl. Addition t rei and worshipped him saying H- In HKVi: of "' Wi/.iJ.J...._.38 8 23 A. H. John.___.--.... JI.41 In NBV4\ of BMVi.: ._?._.-33 1 22 R. A. Tlloma._._.__.... '.41 'j t
have patience with me.. anc< I Lot ( e. N 30 ft and. all Lot 3* 30. 31, S3, 33. 34.3e .
III Pay thee all. Then the lord 'of Lot 8, 7. 3 nf Blk 87. I* of Blk l I. R. N, '
.1 M. John Addition to bowllns' Add to Stark --
'servant was moved with com- Ntarke In HK% of SWVi..28 3 22 A. II. 10b.II.______ 7.41 In NKVi/ of .1II.u .S3 4 12 R. F. D.mor..t11.46
lon, IIId loosed Bike 40, 4.. 44. 45. 41. fo.I Lot I, 8, 3 4, 5. 4,of BikU
ve him and for- ( and all other lands 8 Uaeklni'Add.; .. ......St 4 Ii 'W,.. Onle )'r...man.1111 I ,
the debt .But'the same of John Add In HKVi of .... "' Blk 14 In Uakln Ad......" 0 22 ',J., ,A. Davis. 01...____ 11.11 "
grant 'west out, and SWVi. J. M. John. Addition .WVi of SBV:\ of NEV4 8 of :;"
f file fellow, fouled ODe ad..., '' to .stark InSEV4 ditch _-.-._....-._--...8 S S II ;.-, 1..A.. Vans, Jr._.,.___ 1.1' 1
servant. which,. owed of BW14 _i-i ._.... iu...aI, 23S ,A. H. Zobn.. ___ "." '
B by
1 acre*
*" hUndred S<4 A mot SWcorofSKW % ". l, ." ? ..
pence: and he laid RyIn 'j t, t'J Myrtle St, M b* MadlwtnHt .
ada V : ]
of bounded .
on him \ W by land of U A. .
and took him by N by John Add, Wby -G t'." '. o/t"..", Davie it., and N by -,.

ou owew.Llaying, Pay me that 1> Yry' 1'. r4I'm n.x-ff It,. S by .Section U.01. ", ? v"'.,},,,,,' Half Meo line_________.,33 S S3 ,L. A. Davis.. Jr..____ .7' ".
fellow aim' Lot' and 10 Cora at 8W Cur of Mad I- 'n. ."
eQ servant M. John Ad.dltlon -t ; .j' ,
Hlk 47. J. r tt. and '
down and
son Mrrtle r
1111 at his feet and besought ,.. to Stark In 2JKV 'j.. .. i I I run M 110 ft, W 110 ft, N 11' 1I I I .', ''I fS3 ,Mr
laying Have -y.. of SW% ___ s. .S3 32 1.' O. Boyd.. .._._ 17.41 ale ft to Madlnon St n"
e, and I Patience .with spy. Lot 1 3. 3 ... .' .."'" ,.. .., thence B on said: Ht 210; i '.n. t h' t ", ;i' j q .I

'WoUld Will pay. theeall. ADd TrubyIa 4:o'llvAddltlon::: :: ,d',. s ,' .I.- ft to be*; In Uaekln Add.l I --'B., ,O.' A. .C.. 8, Hol..ndorf31,06. .r
not l
: bu* went' out and Com Cor :.7" *t y
t nfLot -
him tn Stark In WVi Madison and '
Y Into priest, tin be should NJI:% .. ....-_' t.11 8 J3 Livingston' Trsby A.. Ca1.15 of MyrtleHt : ''J+
the debt TT'of "iTlka and run H on Myrtle '
elII'n 5. : 4. Ht 31* ft. W lie fl, N lit .. tdft.
when his fellow servants : Truby A fel 21* ft to .... laO ,
bat saw _f (I..'* Addition t* Stark* << .. Add.- ( X S3 -".,B. C, A C, S. HoUendorf. (.OS
and came, In WH\ of NB'4.-i.. _18 ,4 23 Llvlnpton' Trub a. Co_ 11.45 Com 310 ft W of SW r-1I i
811 and told rto their. K.r Lot. 4. 11 of Blk'HT. l.i Ii'. of Madlaon' and Myrtle I"' .'r '
I'd that ln..ton. Truby A'Oof Ht* and run .W 110 ft toWeatmor.landallhenc .
I'd w. c o.... Then. his Addition to Stark In .e.> .,
after that he had called him WV,. of NEV.5f. 8 23 1. O. Boyd___,,' __ ".If H on raid Ht 420 tt, U liD' '
hi unto him 0 Lot 7 of Blk '1. Living- ft. N 410 ft to .htiej and
ant I forgave thou wicked sere ton, Truby A CoM Addition dNlnated: : on map of .' 4v -, v ..
thee aU that debt, k to Htarktn WV4 BaskinAdd) a* 'Clark
aUIIB thou dealredeait me: abouJclt d9oot of NEVi: ?--- 4-; _.__.nei.23. 5 S3 P.W Hays L.. 3 A Blk"S 1 33 B. C. A' O. B. Hol.endorf. 10,(5L
not N. St.rnbere --- 11.11 In BW Cor o'
thou I
OIl aJlIO have bad compaa- j U Lot. 1. I of Blk ,.. UvIncitnn ; : Mr 11111\(0 aere\ of SBVi of NKI4: '._3* 33 A. Davl, Jr._,,__._ (.(SO "
On thy fellow servant even as t Truby A Co'. S acre. In N&;'1"fI' HKVibounded : ? '. '"

as bad pity on ">ee? and his lord Addition of NK tn%.Stark-,___InWV __S3 ( S3 -+ Unknown ...,..-... r 17.41 Add 8 by B! by Ht: Uowllns W by Ht. ,'. \ 1'

h, wrOth and delivered him' to Lot .. 1. 10. 11 of Bill 17.Uvlna and N by la.kl..1 Add._ .3* 1 33 1- Boyd,_. ...,....._ '.'1 \'>?*
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tormentors. WI yr .t..... Truby A Co' One lot of land t. yard ,
t that h4 should pay Addition ta Stark, 'In N and M by 120 yd. M ,
wee due unto blm. So Uk.. flWAT many ef the Indian' tribes hrills'Celaabie atlll MS* ehtao..t WM of NI!:%-_ .. .lt S S3S R. r. Demor..t,,_ __ .'.41 and W, bounded N by I'
shelf my heavenly Bather do J. eaneeeT ,These are Kellewed. frem a stela. ... Mostly a eetfar, the Lot 1. S of Hlk in! firm*;. Wm rvott lad M by '
Unto ,, bellow. Ming swnrt set M a rule. and' then ahasi and ......... with anre ,.ton, Traby A Co': Ad. John iarby lanJ, B by ('

rta mu It'y. fromr are are an ....' ne" very.eHMenit .e Handle.. and it .a asMtiMtNU I dillon 01 t* atarksln WyiLO U 22, Z. O. 00)4.........__ 11." Coitus. land land and In W SKt4 byHparkman \ \

htr ih ftivBot wjone: his bro- .. pawln ...... wa h.eew Ie _...... at these ewes witettlNklp : .. 1. J.'S.'o'r'BTknnr.'Xjv: -" 0' al'1'4 .It ( S3 C. A. I'\Itoll. ..._ -- --_ .11 r aNy I
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Bradford County TelegraphEstablished .'. ODD.RUE: ".

Many of tb-small'counties 'of Maybe Yo eHearer '. ... t' "'. .. ;'.1 .- :'
1877 the, state and in fact the steering ,

.. -. p- -. .. -- --_.. .. committee of the Beneficiary Counties It But
association are beginning to 1 ,
Published.. Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class view with a degree of anxiety the 'rtxySRSld

,! Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida program on which the school pea Kuarr S

L .. ---.-- .. ple are entering politics. It Is the -SUrke
Night llf* In picked up
I belief of the small counties that, .ft t.
E.:: L. Matthews ._____ ____ .___________Editor and Owner not the school considerably this week. Pleasure
Intentionally or program
.. .. of having
a; _... ---- --- might turn out to be the seeker could not complain WAS

SUBSCRIPTION RATE means of upsetting the present distribution no place to go. The only trouble ,
was where to go. For Instance, -. .d'AT1rnz'rzD TO
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance of gasoline tax whereby Tuesday night there was Eddie
the larger counties will benefit at I GlNt.AASt.\ \\ M "
Cantor in "Roman Scandals" at
l Advertising Rates on Application
the expense of their smaller neigh-
the Ritz,' a big tent how and a 1 Wf M. CCU\.O

.. .. bors.At first-rat boxing bout all makinga
the present time there is a "NWt' REI tlttM&: R 11PtVtN3
Add smiles : As cold as an Eskimo fan dancer. bid for our spare change at the '
seven cent state tax on gasoline. same time. And 'to further com- / tt'1',
0'w One cent goes into the general revenue I
G plicate matters, old man cold weather '
Only one more week in4 which to pay your poll tax. fund of the state and three made an open fire and good\ .!
cents is paid into the state road book look mighty good.-StarkeTelegraph. / TS V

o department to be expended as the .- 11'' ., 1
Advertise' the festival by writing to your out-of-town department sees fit. The counties t
Were the writer In Starke Just osd.
have no direct interest In these two
friends about he'd some of his
"n now spend
distributions. However, the remain-
.'"' **. time to outside a big. 6000!
o Ing three cents of the gasoline taxis trying ; get

Of all sad words of tongue or pen, the saddest are, "We're paid Into the counties for the juicy Powell strawberry, in the shortcake.Florida Times--Avery .t 10or e/ tMAgI

rr '." retirement of road improvementbonds
down again. Union
and their Interest, and this : tt'tA
o money has long been a bone of con- -' I \

P. Fish are no respecters: of person. They won't even bite tention between the large and small Come 'down 'Wour strawberry
festival next' week Avery, and
i counties.
for Roosevelt well see that you wrap yourself
/ o- This three-cent distribution is around'strawberr shortcake Until .r;
doled out to the counties on the N ..6'p
would books of them would be' you holler,, "UncUl"NIGHT "
If farmers keep more following basis: One cent on the

able to keep their homes. basis of area In which Bradford LIFE'IN JASPER MY MAMA wr f

Njf 0 I County gets comparatively little, ''Our little. account of what we are +..+..O e' T00t r'.n'1
being one of the smallest counties
Since the passing of the Model T most of our weekly humor pleased to' call "night life" In -1
in the state. One cent on the basis Starke and emasculated ;.
seems pale : : .
magazines have become monthly publications. of population, which also is of lit-* ... .
when compared with more robust ......"...
,: a
tie benefit to this county. However, d
o goings on in the city of Jasper. The

Choosing a festival queen in Bradford County is like! one cent on the la apportioned basis' of amounts to the counties ex-- following account taken from a N 1't.....StAR1 Of CATTLE \oNA4HHM +
f recent issue of the News .
Jasper )r
yF looking for a needle in a needle case. It's full of them. pended ''for state roads, and here would indicate that that town Is a A VIEKIHIR a KXllCAITmQ" "" .
Id where Bradford County gets Its t'OQN" ttt* YIEj.L
modem and If it 'NtM4D
0---- Babylon gains GQANTtDtPjft A DWOQCB: TO
major share of the gasoline tax 31NGSaWHEESHe'' MiD
Next week-end : Strawberry Festival! and Jacksonville inasmuch have far any widespread! publicity, we predict m0R4EN4'ttRte\ \T. FROM HER\ flu"' P O
as we expended "n Influx of tourists to' Jasper f09.. VKt WBAWEft\\ INS sONa
3"" District Methodist Conference Looks like a busy time ahead more for state roads than the average that will be absolutely un- 91f\c.I iOn4ttl'rEAN, w. ., ,. '1" VMOO
for Starke.. : county of our size. 1'rl.ce.tlnt.d: In' the annals of its ---

o UnJer their present program the !jJitory.! Read: ,t.-

school people propose to take three "Drunks,, for the most part remained -
All who Vould like to be back where we were before AFTER
fourths of a cent from that porelion I on the back streets Satur- Other Pens 3,000 MILE!

Roosevelt started his ,recovery. program please. raise. your of the gasoline tax which goesto ,day and Sunday, evidently fearing From
right hand. /'; the state road department, leaving -I the vigilance of Frank Hancockand

it only two and >one-fourth Quincy Lewis if they partookof
o cents to maintain and build roads. their UIIual"stroll up and down THE ART OF 'GETTING ALONG'

i; St. Petersburg Times says that another fault of the They also propose to take three- the business 's cUon.', Despite the -

times is that you can't ride up and down the street in a quarters of a cent from that portion fact that a circus was in town, the Sooner or later a man If he Is

bill!] going to the counties. Out of business section of Jasper is reported wise, discovers that business life
f paid-up grocery the three cents mentioned above
as having passed throughan Is a mixture of good days and bad. 'ef
o as going to the counties It Is not unusually quiet Saturday, with ;
known from "which the school victory and defeat give and take.
icl ,
people Urunk'
The Tampa Times photographer knows a pretty scene only- one mayor's court
plan to take their three-fourths He learns that It doesn't pay to'
and one, in the county Jail.
when he sees one. lie lost no time in photographing the
of a cent. If It is taken from that
be a sensitive soul-that he should
"Saturday afternoon the house of
t; Starke Glee Club girls. portion distributed on the basisof Bertha Henderson received com- let some things go over his head I\\\..
area Bradford will not suffer like water off a duck's back.
o pany by fours and fives and Sat-
as much as the larger counties.
j. Explaining to the wife why you're late for supper is If It comes from the one cent distributed urday and Sunday night a numberof He learns! that he who loses his

like trying to tell a tourist that it doesn't get unbearably hot on the basis of popula- persons were{ escorted from temper usually loses.
that direction by more sober He learns that all men have:
tion will not sufferas
we naturally I
in Florida
during the
l ? summer. friends Sunday,night two persons burnt toast for breakfast now and
much the
if-, _. as more thickly popu-
under the influence of giggle wat-
0i then and that he shouldn't take
lated counties. However. If the planIs
t f'1:; One writer says that. all city editors should be shot at to take the three-fourths of .a er were aided being to thelrhomes by the other fellow's grouch too se. '
they unable to nav-
i the age of thirty-five. And a lot of cub reporters will wonder cent from that portion distributedon igate underth'rvown power riously. AS STRONG
the basis of state roads builtIn | r He learns that carrying a chipon AS NE'percent
F.t y; why wait until they'are thirty-five? the .county, Bradford will suffer "The tiger milk+ being dispensed his shoulder the easiest way .

0--, more Ulan the average county seemed to effect: some in their to get Into a fight..

t Clermont Press says that one of the troubles: with religion because\ we have built more state legs and'some engaged In oratory; He learns that the quickest wayto
' roads than the average county of One person in particular being es- .
become unpopular Is to
/ is that some people think it is something to be argued our size corted down the middle of Main tales and gossip about others.carry

A"' about, instead of something to be lived If It should be that the school street Sunday night by a friend, He learns that it doesn't matterso of tensile strength
; ,, called
loudly fir an invisible 17 *
0 people plan to take one-fourth ofa much who gets the credit so remaining In'cords after
,old whom he claimed
year sun
;:, News travels fast. Promoters of the Strawberry Festival distributed cent from to each'the of counties the three, cents then would take care of him as long alIt long as the business shows a profit.He I long use In tiresSuptrtwUC<

, have already had offers from out of state bands who of course Bradford will suffer In was necessary. This drunk and learns that buck passing always MIa;.. OrJIury. ..

.i' want to play here during the celebration. I a like proportion as we now benefit:: his escort according to the Phantom turns out to be a boomerang, ton Tb-.ConI. Tt Con
that It
started east on Main street pays.
distribution.. In
under the present
1'v o this event, we would lose approxi- in the neighborhood of Johnson He comes to realize that the "SGOO 93% 82%

rt Secretary of War Dern says that Florida's cross-state mately 13000.00 which is now go- treat and disappeared from viewIn business could run along perfectly 16,000 11% 36%
't{ canal is feasible The lot and fund the murkiness of railroad ave- well without him.
adjective a of Florida towns would Ing to the Interest sinking .

t rather have him apply to the canal is "possible"., for road bonds. nue. i He learns that even the janitor AY Supertwtot Cord-a Goodyear -

Up until this time no plan has Is human and that it doean't do any patent r- stretches, ,
We have no idea who the Phantom '
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harm to smile and "Good
been devised to make the am- say
up baorb shocks,and comatack
; It worries to think what would js who does such an able Job morning" even if It la .
i us happen if a fellow ount that would be lost to this ,raining.He Thoroughly.rubberized
t reporting'for "the News but we strong
jf had ordered a nice oyster fry at 11:45: on the night of April county. It could certainly not be hope for his own safety that he learns that most of the other to resist heat

\ 30 and had finished ,only half of it when May 1 arrived. accomplished"since, the people by an cannot advalorem pay tax the, is possessed of,a_quality commonly! that fellows they are have as ambitious brains that as are he as Is, It give lasting blowout
attributed to'
t that of
o levy as it now stands, and it would making quick phantoms' I !good or better and that hard work protection: In every ply-
a 'disappearancewhen
fi A Mexican scientist says man evolved from a centepede. take approximately an extra eight circumstances 'would seem to and not cleverness is the secret" of. Ask us to demonstrate

i Well at any rate we're glad he lost some of those legs. It I mills to make up the loss. Even Indicate that absence was the wis- :, success.! .
now there are S47.000.00 in default-
He learns to sympathize with the
would be kind of expensive buying shoes for all those feet. er course to pursue.
I id bonds facing the county with youngster coming Into the business,
I 0'tl' .no Immediate hope of retiring STOLEN GEMS bcause he remembers how bewil-
News them. However, the county is man- dered he was when he first started
that !
reports Massachusetts We
say a woman recently were afraid some of youmight The
super-soft tires the wearing
aging to pay the interest and new 1934 Care are
# laughed herself to death at a high school The I not read.l Walter Wine hell's out.He 'can be Ask
play performance thereby keeping her credit as good column easily applied on most 1933 or 1932 cars.
and would learns that
miss these swell the is not
f... no doubt, was supposed to have been a tragedy. is possible under the circumstanc definitions, so here they are: any harder to get along gang with In one for our special offer on the GOODYEAR AIRWIIEEL,

0 es.On Dizzy Definitions by Stoopnagle: place than another and that "get: I

?1 B II. s turned out a good school paper this year, and we the' other hand It is estimated and Budd: A doorknob la a: thing ting along after all depends I.
school officials here that
by a revolving door goes around with- about ninety-eight per cent on his
are sure our readers will miss it when summer vacation be this county would get approximately out v A straw Is somethingw own behavior.-Wllferd Peterson In Any flood new tire is pretty

.1 gins. $10,480 under the 'proposed b I 0 h you drink something the Friendly Adventurer safe n
{ o school program. This however includes through two' of them, --' blowouts-but how

the three-fourth of a cent Cobblestones ''are'' a pavementthat CHEATED .safe .Is It. after thousands of
A woman writer says you can be happy in any circumstances that It would take from the counties people would rather have ov'er
if you will adjust yourself to them. Seems to us it and also the three-fourths of asphalt than"A/ fern Is a A ,South Florida editor whoa Think those percentages I o

r would be kind of hard to 'adjust your stomach to an empty a cent that It would'take from the plant that J b"re supposed t&water name Isntl on the masthead of his above! Remember, the aTM.$57 e
state road department. As shown It once a day, but'when you paper rises to voice' a vigorous : ,
r cupboard public finds that:
above, this county would lose (13.- don't. It dies, 'but If you do. It protest against the deception and G'oodyeara,, 'Ut!" a+

-----e 000 from its own fund and there dies anyway only not so soon. depravity of modern entertainment stand up longest-':'that's ....hy. t'Jc'
The Tallahassee Is no way of estimating at the Summer Is a season that in winter Seems b
Democrat has been chosen as one often went to a church more people bus*: iai nil:
present time bow much it would Goodjrean
you wish you could keep bazaar and h
your paid fifty cents $
, leading newspapers with circulation of 10,000 and less lone by the .-quarters of a house warm as.A cartoon to a (though probably h* had pass) than any other tires Sine. r $ ,

r in a nation-wide contest. Some of us knew it was good all cent that would be taken from the funny''drawing that makes people to kiss a pretty girl through a hoi Good ?
; the time f: sUU road department.It laugh when other people claim In a curtain and found h'd kissed y ,s COlt:nothing extra, is et..e'e0"unr+
to difficult to tell at the present cigarettes them on'your -r.r..u r e
t fw come It..Cream Is the fifteen-year-old boy who lives put carl
0 time whether thto particular stuff which cereal ran
dry doesn't taste next door to him-the"same boy
l jai* Food Jar thought: II. L. Mencken says that in Illinois, a county would lose or benefit by the any good without It. unless you use who had been throwing rocks at;

:: murderer after conviction has a twenty-five to one chance I It7 school program. However, In the milk but you haven't anyl! the editor's dog. And can you CtroawMa
near future) more definite figuresmight iTee rneaJ
i "he won't be hanged. In England it is twenty-five to one that be available and It. wouldbe Not being'-newspaper, men, Mulberry blame him Press.MATTHEWS for. getting' sore 7-!--, I I 1 MT MM t !" '

t' he will be. well for the voter to make a Stoopnagle and Budd wouldn't cM'I

tf *- o- thorough\ investigation before lend. i think of this on.:" A newspaper office IS 'VISITOR I

;., 1 A famous actress returned to America after spending would InC his change support the to a distribution program that of you If la you a place want where to get a something man tells EL of& 'the Matthews State, Railroad popular chairman Com- PEe r'ArIil'.S.'E''' E

y{ only five days in Europe. And yet there are.some who are the gasoline tax. in the paper'you have to turn It mission, was a vt 1tor, In Okaloosa NEW
i": never satisfied until they see. what's on the other side, of FESTIVAL COMMANDMENTS In on'on Tuesday but It* prints it any- county: 'this ,week renewing: acquaintances CocdYearRdialpeekf- .
way Thursday because he's so and
the shaking new BUICKAND
u, ocean. It Its la"your Strawberry will Festival. ,glad to. get it on Wednesday hands* Is making a rapid tour 10 x 8i/ -.-.__... ': .
pRepayments success mean Just as ,
of the state in the interest of his r'r'4.40x21' '
to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation much to you as it means to any; you-can afford It, and you're get candidacy for re-electloa. 4.40 X :21 ______..._ .120

average $3,000,000 daily, according to Chairman Jesse II. body Its success else depends Just as muchon ting If off your*.asy help, p Isn't_ needed then body As, a Mr.member Matthews of,this bas important : ..:.. -, PONTIAC Ft F

b'; Jones. Doesn't sound very much; like the country Is com- you as It depends on anybody do your. bit by writing ,to, your !!high repute throughout .the enjoyed state

pletely broke. elsa> mma friends and Inviting them here for 'for bis
energetic activities
and for
''i:' Nobody Is going to get rich out the...*..--.s. I his san ,
0 i.- of It, but It inn be a big advertise.meat dec'-1oea."H..IIIn1)'IDg .
Anything that is 'a I n
benefit Ito ,
f+ Bradford County should have a good representation for Bradford County Bradford Is on that good .record. for. further\ .. '::1I.1mIuI.1Io! ,
next County a benefit to favor from u."ot...
of his sUU'It ;
><., year in our Institutions' higher le"mlStarke' Tele--: do Don't all the watt work.on:;After somebody all It alp takes'to jr'Don.& "wait 'until-. lit*" to generally considered that few .RI st:er Mo tor Co. ..

(:r graph. And the present representation seems to be a.splendid more than two or thre*'people .to all over and then Jump everything ell the band.la .mn 'have as. complete' a. mental ,
(rasp on transportation '
;- one.-Gainesville Sun. Add put oa a three-rtag circu and eommunteaUoa -
.... that to bouquets for Brad- wagon.U o
" a' -- fields In Florida .. Mr. '
ford. Tou might be caned upon ,to ,you wait altars of the boo. lIadMwa.-okaJooMa Nw..Jow' SARKE; :..... ,FLORIDA! 1

: buy a, ten cent'tag or ,two. buts on you withave, to'do a ahnre saL ,iic .' :'!.... "

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A Bradford County TelegraphEstablished of BRADFORD the small' Bounties; 'of Maybe You've" 0 D D --- J1.tJ t l;?.:ro r'R, ;. .

the. state ADd in fact the'steering

-_.. .1877. .. -- -. committee of the Beneficiary Counties to- Heard It BufU _...
-- -- .association are beginning ,
,, Published. Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class view with a degree of anxiety the

:Matter! at the Post Office at Starke Florida program on which the school people 1 I'j .

-- are entering politics. It ta the life la .Starke picked up
-- ; < Night M ft .IWlS t.I.T1R6un
belief of the email counties that, Pleasure/
; E. L. Matthews. ._.____ _______?_.?Edltor( and OwnerSUR4CRII'TION Intentionally or not, the school program [seekers considerably could this'week.not complain of having WAS
-' might turn out to be the
to The only trouble -
no place go.
RATE means of upsetting the present distribution was where to go. For Instance, -. / TO

Advance of gasoline tax wherebythe Tuesday night 'there was Eddie f S\\t.\\MP\t-\\ -
''S Yearly, $1.50; Six Months 75e-Payable in larger counties will benefit at Cantor In "Romari" Scandals" at I GENIRM.Ml'

Y Advertising Rates on Application the expense of their smaller neigh the Rite, a. big-. tent show and a I COOU

bors.At first-rate boxing bout all- making NweR .Mt.'R" WII"'G''
the present time there Is a a bid for our spare change at the 1 I't
Add smiles; As cold as an Eskimo fan dancer. seven cent state tax on gasoline.One same time. And -to further complicate ,

---o cent goes Into the general revenue matters, old man cold wea- ...1tf
fund of the state and three ther made an fire and a good ., "
week in' which to pay your poll tax.rp open d", ,.
Only one more
cents is paid into the state road |book look mighty good.-StarkeTelegraph. I
department to be expended aa the ,

"' Advertise the festival by writing to your out-of-town department sees fit. The counties Were the writer In Starke justabout' r .?Nptdt
direct Interest In these two W
have no
of his
now he'd spend some
friends. distributions. However the remainIng \\r
? n :r- 1t., time 'trying to. get outside a big. nOw
a three cents of the gasoline tax Juicy strawberry shortcake.-Avery t GIN

Of all sad words of tongue or pen the saddest are, "We're Is paid into the counties for the Powell, 'In the Florida TimesUnion. ,n GOteFart
''.' retirement of road Improvement
m down again"Fish bonds and' their interest, and this '

o I money has long been a bone of contention Comedown-to" our strawberry ., ijz
won't bite between the large and small i
of They even
are no respecters person. festival next week, Avery and
e for Roosevelt. counties. we'll see that you wrap yourself -
This three-cent distribution Is until ass'sM
around strawberry shortcake F
tw .
0-- doled out to the counties on the you hollerUnci.1'NIOIIT w
If farmers would keep books more of them would be following basis: One cent on the n (, Ogtaq My TKL I v

able to keep their homes. hauls of area. in which Bradford IJFE-IN JASPER P } v ,
County gets comparatively little, 'Our little account of what we are ....,:
O being one of the smallest countiesIn pleased to call "night life" in .....:CV-
Ar Since the passing of the Model T most of our weekly hu the state. One cent on the basis Starke seems pale and emasculated f.-;.

mor magazines have become monthly publications. of population: which also Is of little when compared with more robust r: .'::; pWIC
benefit to this county; However of Ja The
;, goings on In the city par.
o ,one cent Is apportioned to the counties following account taken from a 1"t...N.suiri 0', 'ICATTUi t4ASt1\ ,
Choosing a festival queen( in Bradford County is like ; on the basis of amounts expended recent Issue' of the Jasper News .- IC HN WWWIR fOQ.CA't.c..L

looking for a needle in a needle case. It's full of them. : for state roads, and here would Indicate that that town la a -a.-. rote tA1" twt W.
I Is where Bradford County gets its modern Babylon,, and if It gains btAM D HMS eaptrvrtD ft owcxtev toV StMf.3eWNEESHe AND

i Cl major share of the gasoline tax any widespread publicity we predict IJIIaJ MtOQAeN4'lEtttt. \ FAoM HER NS6l1ND \ "We t
tfift, VNEACUEtl: \
Next week-end : Strawberry Festival and Inasmuch as we have expended far "n influx of tourists to Jasper Vinci MOQ.G W\n' 11, \5. "
District Methodist Conference. Looks like a busy time aheadf more for state roods than the average that:: will be absolutely un- "

county of our size. kJrLcetented> > in' the annals of its -- ,fo,
f r Starke.,, the Read: ,
UnJer their present program
o school people propose to take three "Drunks, for the most: part remained AFTER oo0 MILE
? All who would like to be back where we were before fourths of a cent from that portion I on the beck streets Saturday I From Other PensTHE I ;

Roosevelt started: his recovery .program. please'. '' raise your of the gasoline tax which goes. and Sunday, evidently fearing
*'; to the state road department leaving the vigilance of Frank Hancock
right hand. it only two and one-fourth aDd Quincy Lewis if they partookof
O cents to maintain and build roads. their \IauaJ''troll up and down ART OP WETTING ALONG' .c'.c'r

St. ''Petersburg Times says that another fault of' the They also propose to take three-I the business section: :, Despite the I t ,
quarters of a cent from that portion -i fact that a circus was in town, the Sooner or later a man If he is
times is that you can't ride up and down the street in a. going to the counties. Out of business section of Jasper Is reported wise, discovers that business life .Ii

paid-up grocery bill. the three cents mentioned above as having passed through Is a mixture of good days and bad. ,clli

o aa going to the counties It Is not an unusually quiet Saturday, with victory and defeat, give and take.
a known from"which the school people only, one UnJnk" mayor's court t i i,i
The Times photographer knows pretty scene It doesn't to .
Tampa plan to take their three-fourths and one. in the county Jail. He learns that pay
whenhe, sees one lie lost no time in photographing the of a cent If It is taken from that "Saturday afternoon' the house of be a sensitive soul-that he should i!

,, .Starke Glee Club girls. portion distributed on the basis Bertha Henderson received com- let some things go over his head, ..
o of area, Bradford will not suffer pany by fours and five. end Sat like water off a duck's back. p f

as much as the larger counties.If urday and Sunday night a numberof He learns that he who loses his
..Explaining to the wife why you're late for supper is it comes from the one cent distributed persons were escorted from temper usually loses.

,,', like trying to tell a tourist that it doesn't get unbearably hot on the basis of population .- that direction by more sober lIe learns that all men have

in Florida during the summer. we will naturally not suffer friends. Sunday night two persons !burnt toast for breakfast now and:
'te as much aa the more thickly populated under the influence of giggle water then and that he shouldn't take
P o If the
counties. However plan
were aided to their homes by the other fellow's grouch too se-
One writer says that all city editors should be shot at Is to take the three-fourths of a friends, they toeing unable to navigate riously.He

the age of thirty-five. And a lot of cub reporters will wonder cent on the from>bata that of portion state roads distributed builtIn underth lrown.. power. learns that carrying a chipon AS STRONG AS NE

''r why walt.until they are' thirty-five? the county Bradford will suffer "The tiger mk(| being dispensed his shoulder'.la the easiest way
t more than the average county seemed to effect some in their to get Into a fight., .
o '
because we have built more state legs and ome engaged In oratory. He learns that the quickest' way
Clermont Press says that one of the troubles: with religion roads than the average county of One person In particular being escorted to become unpopular is to carry

''N ( is that some people think it is something to be argued our slxe.If down the middle of Main tales and gossip about others.
street Sunday night by a friend, Percent of tensile strength
about instead of something to be lived It should be that the school He learns that It doesn't matterso
Invisible 17-
called loudly for an cord'suet
people plan to take one-fourth of much who gets the credit so remaining in
o old whom he claimed
a cent from each of the three cents year long as the business shows a profit.He ton ft us* In tlreei
News travels fast. Promoters of the Strawberry Festival would take care of him as long as
distributed to the counties then. learns that buck passing always
had offers from out of state' bands who suffer In It wan necessary. This drunk and Maw SupcrtwbK Ordlur
a have already of course, Bradford will his escort according. to the Phantom turns out to be a boomerang Ran Tire C rdI. TIre CeNt
1 want to play here during the celebration. a like proportion as we now benefit started east on Main streetIn and that it never pays.*
under the present distribution. In "SOOO 93% 81%
K a the neighborhood of Johnson He comes to realize that the
this event, we would lose approximately itreet and disappeared from view business could run along perfectly 16,000 .1% 36%
Is ,
Secretary of War Dern says that Florida's cross-state $13,000.00 which la now going
In the murkiness. .of railroad avenue well without him.
"r;. canal Is feasible. The adjective a lot of Florida towns would to the bonds.Interest and sinking fund :' He learns that even the Janitor SupertwUt Cord-a Good-
for road
rather have him apply to the canal is "possible".. Is human and that it doesn't do any ':,eat' patent- stretch,
until this time no plan has
Up We have Idea who the Phantom
harm to smile and say, "Good
o absorb shocks court
been devised to make the amount -
up la who does such an able Job U it is .
i It worries us to think what would happen if a fellow that would be lost to this Of reporting'fat: the News but we morning even raining.He back strong Thoroughly

had ordered a nice oyster fry at 11:45: on the night of April county. It could certainly not be hope for bla.ownn.safety that he fellows learns are as that ambitious moat of the as be other Is, rubberteed to resist beat,
accomplished by an advalorem tax
30 and had finished only half of it when May 1 arrived. since the people cannot pay the Is possessed of,a quality commonly that they have brains that are a* It gives lasting blowout
attributed to ofmakioi' '
phantoms-that good or better and that hard work protection la every p'f-
o levy aa it now stands and It would a '
and not cleverness Is the secret of Ask u* to demonstrate!
r' take approximately an extra eightmills ,
A Mexican scientist says man evolved from a centepede. when circumstances would seem to

I Well at any rate, we're glad he lost pome of those legs. It now there to make... 47000.00 up the loss.In default-Even er indicate course that to pursue.absence was the wis- success.He learns to sympathize with the

would be kind of expensive buying shoes for all those feet. !d bonds facing the county withno youngster coming: Into the business

i O Immediate hope of retiring STOLEN OEMS bcauae he remembers ,how bewildered
them. However the county is managing he was when he first started
W. were afraid some of you ;The super-soft tires the 1934' wearing
News reports say that a Massachusetts woman recently to the Interest end' out new; cars are
laughed herself to death at high school play. The pay her credit as good might not read Walter Wlachell's can be easily applied on moat' 1933 or 1932 cars. Ask
a thereby keeping
4t column and would miss these swell He learns that the gong la not for our special offer on the GOODYEAR AIRWHEEL.
formance, no doubt was supposed to have been a tragedy. as possible under the circumstances. i definitions. so here they are: I any harder to get along with In one

o I Ditty Definitions by Stoopnagle place than another and that "get-
On the other hand It Is estimated I and Budd A doorknob Is a thing I ting along" after all depends
t B. II. 3. turned out a good school paper this year and we by school officials here that a revolving doer goes around with !about ninety-eight per cent on his

y; are sure our readers will miss it when summer vacation be- t this county would get approximately out. \ A straw, U something own behavior.-Wilferd Peterson hi Any good new tire is pretty

gins.! $19,480 under the proposed which you drink something the Friendly Adventurer safe from blowout*-but how
school program. This however Includes through two' of them ,----'I! ----
o the three-fourths of a cent Cobblestones'are a pavementthat CHEATEDA .safe Is It after thousands of,

A woman writer says you can be happy In any circumstances that It would take from the counties : people 'would rather have of miles Think over"those'

;, if you will adjust yourself to them. Seems to us it and also the three-fourth. of asphalt tban'Vv A fern Is a South Florida editor whose percentages
a cent that It would take from the plant that you're suppcecd te water name lan'i' on the masthead of his above!Remember, the" r $57,
would be kind of hard to adjust your stomach to.an empty state road department. As shown I i It once a .day. but when you paper rises to voice a vigorous public finds that- } Goodyearsstand .

cupboard.The above this county would lose $1X don't. It. dies, but If you do It protest against the deception and lu
o 000 from Its own fund and thereIs dies anyway only not so soon. depravity of modern entertain : up longest-:: that's why YWe nrM'
no way of estimating at the Summer Is a season that in winter ment. Seems be went to a church wits. Ma
people' "a "
Tallahassee Democrat has been chosen as one of more birfj>> Goodyears.... Iie '
present time how much It would wish could bovaar and
you you keep your paid fifty cents sII
ten leading newspapers with circulation of 10,000 and less lose by the three-quarters of a house warm as.. .>--.A cartoon ta a (though probably he bad a pass) than any othec( tires.. Slnc.: wr .r

in a nation-wide contest. Some of us knew it was good all cent that would be taken from the funny drawing that makes people to kiss a pretty girl through a hole Goodysnre'costuothins'e; =tri rare..Latri"'
the time. state road department. laugh when other people claim in a curtain: and found he'd kissed ,' -vs.
It Is difficult to tell at the prevent cigarettes come' In it.- -.Cream is the fifteen-year-old boy who lives put them on'your car!
"fy 0 time whether thla particular tuff which dry cereal doesn't taste next door to blm-the 1I&JDe boy J r

Food.for thought:'II. L. Mencken says that in Illinois a county would lose or benefit by the any good without It. unless you use who bad been throwing rocks: at
school program. However tat the milk, but you haven't any! the editors dog. ADd can
murderer after conviction has a twenty-five to 'one chance near future more definite figures ,- blame him for getting sore you!- GOOD' / YEtRSI prawse.lesttee

; 'he.won't be hanged. In England, it is twenty-five to one that might be available and It wouldbe Not being .newspapermen, Mulberry Press.MATTHEWS. .. I ,

he will be. well for the voter to make a Stoopnagle aad- Budd wouldn't .-S-.
thorough Investigation before lead. think of this on*: A newspaper of- 'IS 'VISITOR
,.., 0 IDS his support to a program that I.nee) la a plAce'where a man tells E. S. Matthews, popular chairman *
,1 A famous actress returned to America after spending would change the distribution of you If you want to get something of the State Railroad Commission EC I Ht\S* .SEE

only five days in Europe. 'And yet there are some who are the gasoline tax. ta the paper'you hare to turn It was a visitor hi Okalooaa Reljance ,T H ENE 11y.
la oa Tuesday tout h* prints it any county .this week, Goodyear ,
renewing acquaintances ,
never satisfied until they see. what's on the other side of FESTIVAL COMMANDMENTS because ,: "
way on'Thursday he's so and shaking new BU'ICK'
the ocean. r It Is your Strawberry Fest vaL glad to- get It oa Wednesday.you hands. He ls making a rapid tour so x at% ...._ J.3.aa

fe o much Its .taisu success a*will It means mean Just to anybody as can afford- It 1 and you're getting candidacy of the slat for In the re-election.Interests of his ..... x 21' _________ UG AND.c.
Reconstruction Finance -
to the Corporation
Repayments off easy; e>> As a member cf this : O I A C
Important x 21 ... :. sA P N T
average; $3,000.000 daily according to Chairman Jesse II. Its success depends Just as' muchon U your help, ..', needed then body. Bar. :Matthews'baa' enjoyed .

Jones. Doean't sound very muchJike the country is completely you as it depends oa anybody do your bit by writing to your high repute throughout the stat
'. e1IIa. '.. friends and Inviting.' them here forth for his energetic activities and for
4 l broke. "- .- ,iu Nobody ta'goag to get rich out ..week-end t his sane decisions.: ., He la ,relying
O.-. :i of it, but It will be a Ma advertisement Anything that Is 'a benefit to on that good .record. tor.f\lrtlaer '

Bradford County should have a good representation next .for Bradford County. Bradford""County la a benefit to favor from the voters of his stat*.
Don't wait on:somebody elae to ywsw"; "Sao; It la generally considered Reg& MOb CO..s }
that few
institutions .of' higher learning.-Starke Tele or
year our do all th* work. Attar aU. It take Dont wait until everything' lain men Itagrass .. aa .complete.'- _r..I .
r graph.; And the present representation seems to be a eplendd more than two or three people .to ever and then Jump oa the band. 01muafcatloa tnmportadan sad seen- .
J one.Gainesville Sun. Add that to bouquets for Bradford put oa a three-rtag circus.: wagon.Uyou. field In. Florida Mr. ;
( aa
1.0 .... -., Tou might be caned nm. to want a share of the boDOft ....u..n.-oIu&I oaa N...-Jour.' ., )\.RKE, ., .FLORID
/ ; buy a tea cent tag- or two. but you will_bay. ta do a ...... uL ;. .- .... ""

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