Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 20, 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
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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
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System ID: UF00027795:02433
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iiA. Curtailed SelUorClass.Night Few Days Are Left S t t. k Church :

[ For Voters to Register a r e Bradford County Ready :

nTh h i s County Begins i Exercises Supervisor Says Has FinefReport' t For Its First Celebration

Persons who wish to vote In the

''orBerry o !: Season Largest: Class June ing the Primaries next two and years elections, have dur-the For, Conference '

remainder of this week and next e Governor Is Represented
'week In which to register, H. C.
rutty In Hiring Pickers : FlIty./rwo; -'to be Graduated Wall, supervisor of registration, Jacksonville District Meeting In I

,! StlltedmlnLstration Next Thursday Night- :said this week.Registrations. Session Has) LargeAttendance. _.
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Action I Sermon Sunday.Commencement ., have not been heavy -

,- Mr. Wall said, since the ma- Jacksonville Post : Jj'
'He!! diatrlbu-f commodities :' exercises for jority of county residents are already The Methodlat' Episcopal Church f A'' Typical Bradford County SceneTwenty I ; 'J

the work program under' the fifty-two seniors the largest grad- qualified to vote. However, here had a fine report to make at _
I4er8l Emergency ReUef Admin- uating class,In the history of the there are a number who should the Jacksonville 'District Confer
lion will be greatly curtailed Bradford County High School, register, and they may do so by ence which opened Its annual session Drum Bugle Corp : \
the duration of the strawberry began here Tuesday night with the calling at Mr. Wall's insurance of- here Thursday. ,

D In Bradford county; it was annual class,'play, which was pre- fice.It According to an announcementthat ; 11
ounced this week.,' However, sented In the') Woman's Club audi Is necessary that poll taxes week by B M. Montgomery Here For OpeningMayor

rk on public, buildings will bednued torium. be paid for both years 1932 and pastor of the church, all benevo- -

The entertainment, called "World 1933 in order to vote, Mr., Wall. lences are paid up for the year. -

This action was taken following Cruise," was, written and directedby reminded citizens. This amount Includes general and W. K.' Mlddlrton Make ,h

rts that farmers were.having Lester 'Austin, a member of the conference work., $30000: ; educational Address of Welcomes-Other.

Acuity hiring; a sufficient num- senior class,. assisted by others of work, $5000: and district a Speaker Ilenrd.
ir of pickers to take care of the his classmates. The theme of the Dr. Brown InjuredIn work, $11.00. The pastor has been -

wberry crop that will.be com- play was a musical trip around the I paid $500.00 My to date and the FREE ACTS ENJOYED
In heavy during the next few world presiding eldef1iM been paid $50:
( "World Cruise" well received .. n ,
was -
Auto Accident will
l eka The local methodist church '
bya large audience and showeda Festival Ground. Wanted. With ;
this asaeftacd and has
been reported to the local year paid
It great deal of talent 6n the partof benevolences ,. Iulnirt. From State Furm .
workers more on than any
nlstratlon that
many its author, as well as membersof Bradford' Today It has tl\l1f'n. Many Booths Open.
ping season.
been offered Jobs In straw- 0 Lawtev RoadTruck church in the Jacksonville District years ago ;
fields and have refused to the cast. n paid last year., County was probably the largest I to second place In Florida because ,
ny The Baccalaureate sermon will be strawberry producing section in our growers, more and more favorIng The grand opening of the first ,r
ci them preferring employment preached Sunday night at 8:00: o'- Mr. Montgomery reported that the ,world, shipping a solid train the "life at home" method of Bradford County Strawberry Festlval -< ''''
of the various relief there have been additions
lone pro- clock by' the Rev. C.' B. Price of Attempting to Pase thirty-one load of berries to northern mark- farming have increased their took place Thursday night "

cti countenance, The administration such an attitude refuses the Baptist ,Church. This service, Another Hits Passenger .the to the beglnm/church*'"* *membershipsince ..ar. ets dally during the main ship-I plantings of,other truck crops with the Drum and Bugle Corp of '"(:

i with a 'special musical programwill Car Head-on 1xaa euSion the Jacksonville American Legion
that when The conrerr .
d insists an opporty "
be held in the high school auditorium IVA q3111.1\ adding a touch of color and muslo "
offered relief worker toike here Thu" .
Is a ._, Dr. G. W,. Brown, ,well-known y'poiusglrasolodlgeraul Boy;What a Break! to the impressive ceremony The lo. ay;
a living at an. outslde"ocplUon L. F. Chapman, superintendentof Lawtey physician. Is in a Jacksonville mantes I r5d Legion To Take .. cal National Guards also took a .
must be taken.:. W. W
it '' the Florida State Farm, will deliver hospital as the result of serIous Ala U UB:> i anal( f Free StrawberriesAt prominent part In the proceedings. k
State Project Off ,the commencement address : injuries sustained when a thoddeg.! 'diH9.wui.nJd 'g 'qr''agl The address of welcome wan c '
At a meeting of regional administers Thursday night April 26, at 8:00: I strawberry truck ran head-on Into ) P8WT'a; pjpnsi jjj at Festival Here made at 7:30: o'clock by Mayor W,

in Orlando last week; it o'cloclf.. ;Fifty two seniors andtwentyeight his automobile a short distance.]IJ tlJ esa\ sup Nuoa '..,..'A.. 0tta Festival i Queen K. Middleton who expressed gratitude I'; V r
tu decided that all F. E. R.A.. u. over the fact that there was
graduates of the south of Lawtey early Tuesdw uonuaw ou'a'pBtu Free strawberries and cream! '
U8mWJ8 _
Ute projects will cease in Florida b- such splendid attendance on theopening ,
high school will receive their night. -t' 'UIMJcr .laAfl
IIUOIWoJ /ununOUl/ That should be to bringalmoetanybody'toStarke
B April 28. They may be resumed, diplomas I According to officers wl s f oven 0) IlJMS sin p.Illo aq (f' T o Miami Meet enough night of the ceremony. It

kever, if approved by the region- This afternoon at 2:10 'o'clock, vestlgated the accident Dr/ ,t .duringthe was his belief, he said that the

1 administrator of each region. *- a farewell ,address to the seniors was'driving toward StarlpJ1l9 1I (I sled wooS panlJ11uoo .. three days of our Strawberry Strawberry Festival would become l ,

Projects that will cease opera- will,delivered by the Rev. L. O., a, strawberry truck, atter'uo Ik All" Kxpnnsm To .Ito Fold for Festival, even If he lived """a hundred annual event for Bradford Coun. "
(oil Include: Coast'and geodetic Mr. Is a truck r ty and that thin county would reap II II.n :
Fernandina. another' NationalConvention.
Ray. of Ray pass hlCj Suet\ 3-Day Trip to or so miles away.
inrey community.sanitation, mach Ivan alQOs'a- Invaluable benefits In publicity and
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former B. H. on. /. ,try eM This liberal, offer, which''' should .
control pest and mosquito Professor L. A. Gray called an Joel Smith, of HaiJ) good
joj fool\ I
bntrol Seer certainly do Its bit In bringing the Dave SbolU and Com
tick eradication soil sur- assembly on Tuesday at noon for and driver of /IGAOJI. U.IV| sn Who Is to be queen of the festival '
ty, base map, Smithsonian Inatl- the purpose of presenting the many truck, told office/ j .l1I1 'UOIUl1 uaas sjCM to ? That Is the question which' crowds to Starke, Is made possible mloaloner of Agriculture Nathan '\
ute archeological work, typhus f e- prizes honors and medals to those hide he attempt; .o>! IU'' J) several thousand Bradford Coun- by the generosity of some of our Mayo, who early In the week ex I:
er control, state air N. UOJ'1IJJ'1O ClaN'.t and dairies pressed regret at being unable to
marking, students distinguishing themselves parked on the illU! 9'llR., tlans are, anxious to get settled. growers ,
A. compliance and Investlga- during the year. and he had tqi Xojjsap)! oj efu1 be Whether she be a brunette from Although the management of the attend the festival, were represent. I ,
OIlA. farm housing survey An eight-day clock was present. hitting It. TH' uuw Moq J\ullla\ Brooker a blond from Lawtey or festival has not announced that oil by W. R. Smith, secretary to .
Julius F Stone, state admlnls- JnoJ 1 cal "I] vRrp limit on the governor, and L. M. Rhodes
ed to the school by the graduating ever was deep a brown haired damsel from Starkeno there would be a placed
ator, announced Wednesday that class of 1933. owner of thNvo UOIUQ 1alA08 eta ) ut WAGS ait BnSOrlvap one knows-but that doesn't the number of dishes any one person commissioner of the State Market.Ing *
early 1000.000 had been made The twelfth grade was announced It was mo i& panUl1 mgt OJ1laP! jo l'fIu1( ait.mg 'pajBajq all uaaq keep the betting odds down. can eat. this will probably have Bureau. Both men made brief ;,;:-
callable through Public Works 70a afup UIlIUAoq BUniu uouwnuaS! ain pus l8ar. .start speeches .
as the winner of the "Better of speed. Twelve lovely ladles are In the to be set later, since once you 1
.ministration 1 n 'U1Ilal1UtU L F. Chapman, superintendent
funds for } and It's
repairs strawberries
bd extensions to state Instltu- Bradford Campaign", and was pre- Dr. Bi )d 'B III eq enema! I.. Ct( awed uioaj p f contest, and If you think It's goIng on cretun: of the Florida State Farm and Congressman "t'
sented with a banner. celved to know who to hard to stop. '
to be
lane ils easy R. A Green were also 1. "
The' following ten members ofthe kneecaInjurl vote for, Just wait until you read the opening and de. i
on program
boys' basketball team were given lAOS JO UPS, ryW i the following list of candidates: BerrvMovementHeavy i: livered short addresses. A reply D
medals Joe Shuford, captain Sheri Starke Lula Lena Belle I
t tndentsPick d gold ugne- Redgrave to the Mayor's welcome was made .-j..,
t ; 'Norman Johns; Lacy Futch, no err Shepard, Lillian Sternberg. Mar- by A. J. Thomas, a member of the \i
Holcomb Overstreet Edward Wain- o : tile Hemingway and Mary Jones-Langforcl-Whlte Post Amer. ". ,
s uo cot
Wright Olin Bendenbaugh, Sumter .tag S1JI1 tL q.8H! Pearce: Lawtey. Ruth Rowe, Mary This Week Ivan Legion, sponsor of the fen* i Ii{ '
lay DayQueento Harley Edwin Torode and William e Luclle Torode and Lucille Plum- tlval. '

Wooten. Coach Howard also received mar; Hampton, Elaine Wynn and At Interval during the opening:

a medaL It tit; I t { Z 30Vd ton Annie Laura Tucker; Brooker, But Prices Low night the crowds were entertainedby

Mary Pearce Chosen" 'For Edwin Torode and Marjorie Mar. iaY Grace Hazen; Florida State Farm, various free act, minstrelshow

Honor_..Program' Is I \ wick was presented with gold basketballs est Beatrice Moseley. and a fiddlers' contest. ,\
Completed for being the best all-a To O icy 'The winner not only will have W. S. Sllbey, who Is In charge ;
round players on the 'boy?' andglrlsf .,.. .a.J.....w. ,_..._......-.......ost the honor of being crowned queen ) Plant Louisiana City's. Season Shipments Ie of the fiddlers' contest, reports that ,\
week basketball teams, respectively of the Strawberry Festival, but attention
Balloting at the Brad. of production. Remain Slow It I Is creating widespread ;
''W County High School resulted Council Takes: Action At Tuesday she will have all expenses paid fora throughout. the state. He estimate. "

s the selection of Miss Mary Night l\fet'tlnjf-No Re-employment Office three-day trip to Miami In Oc Bradford County's) strawberry that here will be twenty to twenty ,

r'earce, a senior, as queen'of the :A. J. Griffis is NamedWorld's Time Extension. tober as sponsor of the Jones-. season was swinging along this five entrants In the contest.
|lay Day Festival I'I Ranks 7th In State Langford-White Post at the National I The festival grounds, which are
to be held here American week with lots of berries but low
Chairman Convention of the 1
>n the first day of next month. Mr. I Fair The city tax books will be closed prices Heavy rains early In 'the conveniently located on Call Street
E. Wall, another senior was Juno 1, and there will be no Legion. to on a lot adjoining the county court
on week brought new hope growers
The National Re-employment Twelve ballot( boxes will be placed
bOlell Idn to be king of the' celebra- A. J. Griffin who has been namedas extension of time for payment of here ranked seventh In the along: the mid-way at the festival and Increased size and quality to house, present. *have n attractive been beautK appearance ;4,
chairman by Lorenzo A. taxes. This ultimatum was delivered However hot followingthe They
county fruit. sun
The state In a recent, census of the grounds. Each girl will have tree which i
elude: day's program which will Wilson general chairman of the by the city council following its number of men placed In job. It her name on one of the boxes, and rains has done a little dama< a May Pole dance, a baby Florida World's Fair Commission, Tuesday night meeting. The clerk express carloads of were
was announced this week';by Joseph voting will be done by using pen- the Florida State Farm (
"TOst, and other features-will be movement to of the from glon by
"W Inc.. In charge of the will then begin preparation E. Wilson manager.Mr. nies for ballots. fruit have been shipped .
The on the school house grounds. finance a creditable Florida exhibit delinquent tax list which will prob- Wilson also.reports a gratifying The coronation ceremony will Starke since Wednesday of last nursery.With and radio advertising i

,Borer' queen's'attendants will be at'the Chicago World's Fair next ably be published In July. Increase In'the activities of take place Saturday night. Run'week. Heavy truck shipments have newspaper to spread the
tuja Redgrave. Lois Adklna, has accepted the appointment This movement to hurry up taxpayers also been made.
summer re-employment service throughout in the contest will be believed !
I lU'tha the ,ners-up news of the festival It I*
Brownlee Bunnie Canova and already is marshallinghis follows clove upon Governor 7 9,109 pints
Lawtey reports
the state maids to the queen. Starke will entertain such
thryn that !
Haynes Kitty Hogged In Bradford county. ShoIU's order closing the state tax .
''M'Jorle forces For the one week'ending April hipped from there since last Wednesday week-end as have set '
Stump and Lois Long "Mr.: Griffin agree that the won- books on April 1. Ordinarily, the 7. the service placed a, total of through Tuesday of this crowd this
The In its (
KM be escorts t the attendants derful exhibit made by Florida at city books have been allowed to 2.199 on ,Jobs. According to the New C. C. C. Order week. Prices are said to have averaged dom been seen history. R '
S. .
led. Ed. Johns, JH no Strick- Chicago last year wu a strong factor remain open until early fall. census the number: of private eight cents per pint. Down to Rio"to
Torode, Richard Thede, In bringing an unprecedentedrush ems. r Is "Flying
ienry' placements being made weekly Prices at Starke ,dropped Wednesday
Ivan Godwin Woodfln Halle Sul- of tourists to the state during KINGSLJEY: LAKE BAPTISTS now averaging nearly 100 per cent to ae low as five cents per 1 Play Ritz Theatre
Barter! SUNDAYThere Takes BOYS ,
Heralds and Robert Chapman the winter Just passed". said Mr. HAVE- -- more than thirty days ago ,
will be Billy Parker and Wilson in announcing the appointment pint.According
U 1 Kay Carlisle.: : ,_ sl ,of the Bradford county man. will be services Sunday, Is The located local at 127 re-employment W. Can street Office, and to, Plant ,City newspaper still ."Flying Down to Rio." a, new -; '

Knights will be' Joe 'Edward. "He also agree that the good work April 22 at 11:00: o'clock at the Mr., Wilson' Invitee all employersto Left Last Friday For Two *, the strawberry deal Is style of ,spectacular musical mo '!*
.estle l but It Is
. Blgp' Edwin .Smith and begun at .Chicago last summer Klngsley Lake Baptist Church. call him when In need of help. Weeks Training at "wagging along" there tlon picture come to the Rita
.eater Austin., 'i4 ', :':" ::. should be kept up and that another Preaching will be by Rev. F; M. There I*,no registration lee or Fort !Sereven! believed that thle week will windup theatre Sunday for a three day engagement
\Pages Win be Billy LOOK.:.junior outstanding exhibit of Florida's resources Taylor;The subject will be "ThingsWe fee assessed against the '- the' HllUborough season This show which ha
<"MM. Hudson Turner and N. ) and attractions) should be Do Not Know. .Everyone. is) placement nor are ,any charges Eight Bradford County boys answered The- unexpected cold spell,, that been setting box office record allover 3/
Utcb. T'I made at next summer's. world's welcome to attend the.services. employee made to the employer. a new. enlistment. call for hit Bradford County,Thursday of the country, come a* the first }

Charles Pender will be court je. fair.. J. L. Sllcox clerk.I A the Civilian Conservation Corp and last week le not believed, to have aerial inimical: ever staged. {
done considerable damage In cast of this hid
c BIRTHS left Friday of last week for Fort any The distinguished

Betty Hayes and Paul Smith Will TIP TOP GROCERY STOCK GROWERS TO MEET :Mr. and Mrsv1"Edward.K. Green Screven. where they will enter two Louisiana. However, shipments) Includes Fred Aatalre, musical:
r crown bearers. INSTALLS MEAT MARKET All Interested Bradford County : April 13. week. training before being assigned from that state are not picking up comedy Idol of Broadway and London ..p
Starke. girl .
.Flower girls and train bearerp -' citizens are requested to attend a Mr. and Mr. Carl Johns, Starke to* camps. but are remaining around from fifty : Dolores Del Rio, a Latin girlin
* to be chosen later. The Tip Top Grocery this week meeting of beef cattle growers to April 14. The boys who were chosen following to 100 care a day. a part that fit her like a glove;

All schools in the county will be Installed a meat market for the be held In the court house at Lake boy Mr and Mrs. Henry Estees Walt examinations In Gainesvillewere There was a light frost here Ginger Roger, the peppery little

presented and each grade In the convenience of It*. many patrons Butler. Friday morning. April 20, do, boy. April 17. : Joseph Simmons Fluty. Fri- Thursday morning of last week, red head of "42nd Street"' fame;
Iarke school win Participate throughout this and neighboring at '10:00: o'clock The meeting Is t Mr. and Mr Eugene!: Griffin, go. Charted SUcox. Henry Hlnson but It wa.a'not heavy enough to and Gene Raymond,, ,one of the

According to those who have COIIDUC..' H. Nasworthy. manager tor the purpose of 'discussing1 the Stoke, girl April 17' Ansel Brown Randall Wiggins damage the strawberry crop.MiTCHELL'TQ most popular of the younger lead.

'e arrasgemeota ta charge, this of this-popular local CODC8rD.aDIIOUDloauUMlnewmark.t. government's A. A,,A proposition- Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Reynolds Earl Johns and, Clyde Raulerson. .i' i Ing men. ""
wee to be one of the mostv'nu : of reducing beef cattle. Gn.IIampI.. April 18. HPEAK:. The tuneful inimical score include
lortul faD 'Charles Av, Mitchell, of Veto such hits -Carloca". "Orcblda I
lunch rates
: to reduce
held ta Star ID will carry'tan tine! of cold / 'i Mr. end Mrs-John Crews Lawty. .- A movement
eeellt ,Breckearidge (MJch.) with a population started candidate for United State In the Moouilght". "Flying
years. meats t, western beef, lamb and veaL April ,19. J4 public utilities! ha been[ Beach
Ou-; En'g I 'The meats) Are carried In modern of only"BOO." has eight! sets I II boy..+ S- In the Philippines. Senator, opposing Park TranuneU Down to TFl7lnc Rio", and "Music Make 1,",

: ba always refrigerator cases that make an of twto I Temperature of the.- center is of will speak to the crowds at the Me",,.

'ortLtw* panic kind of I added attraction to this store.: None of the-eoverfgns. ) of Bag the sun to eelmated ,at not more Only one bonesboer and one Irrerjr Bradford County Strawberry Feethral at the Rita WednesdayHit \
: at '11 00''o'clockeatuT4sy: be Three on a"Hon ym0on
I I than-180,060,000degrwaFahren- atabl.are ,, listed In the new :
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I For Voters to Register County Ready ': '1

|n T his i County Begins ExercisesOfLarge Supervisor Say i s t I For Its First Celebration ': \ ,

Persons who wish to-vote in the ;

Season -Class t June Primaries and elections dur For Conference
'orBerry. ing the next two years, have the/ ,

remainder of this week and next 1 Governor Is Represented
-- week In which to register, H. C. ---i- j
rutty in Hiring Pickers Flftylttro'i :to be Graduated Wall, supervisor of registration Jacksonville District' Meeting In
Administration Next Thursday Night- Session HM 8tA
C.HMState said this week.Registrations. > LargeAttendance.
Action Sermon Sunday.'Commencement have not been heavy -

fte! distribution-of commodities : '-exercises for .jority, Mr.of Wall county said residuals since the are ma-already } The.Methodist-" Episcopal!: Church I Typical Bradford County SceneTwenty Jacksonville Post t ;1

the work program under' the fifty-two seniors, the largest grad qualified to vote. However, here had a fine report to make at ,
cral Emergency Relief Admin uating"class ,in the history of the there are a number who should the Jacksonville ''District Confer

ration will be greatly curtailed Bradford County High School .register, and they may do so by I ence which opened Its annual session Drum Bugle Corp 't 4
r(be duration of the strawberry began here Tuesday night with the calling at Mr. Will's Insurance of here Thursday. f.. .

1111I Bradford county It'wu annual class.'play, which was presented fice. According: to an announcementthat

unced this week., However,, 'In the' Woman's Club audi It Is necessary that poll taxes week by B. II. Montgomery, n .J' Here For Opening : i

IX on public buildings will ,bnued. torium. be paid for both years 1932 and pastor. the church, all benevolences '. : I

The entertainment, called "World 1933 in order to vote", Mr.- ,, Wall are paid up for the year. f ,
Cruise!" was- written and directedby I reminded citizens. )
'Tale action was taken following amount- includes general and Mayor W. : Mlddteton; Makes : .
rte that farmers were.having Lester'Austin, a member of the conference work; $500.00: ; educational !' Address of Welcome-Other (i
a sufficient num- senior Glass; ,':asslsted by others of work., $50.00: and district 4 '. ., ., ,
hiring .
duty his classmates. The theme of the Dr. Brown InjuredIn work, 1100. The pastor han been ''.. .''" .., ....-- ,".' ". Speakers' heard l'tl
t of pickers to take care of: the .' ,' ,. ... ., ..... ':' ..," .... ,. f-
around the -
wberry crop that will.be com- play was a musical trip paid $500.00 p to date and the '-'iJ."r :: '' '. ,,. -' FREE ACTS ENJOYED

in heavy during the next few w world""World Cruise" was well received presiding elderTu.s' been paid $50 .. "; -' .i. : ; :' :\ r.; ,!\
Acciden church'wai.. : i'
audience and showeda Auto .The local methodlst. : ... __,. '- \\1{ '.
by a large ;
n has been reported to the local this year assessed and has paid Festival Ground Planted With
deal of talent on the-
great partof
benevolences I'alms From State Purm
inistration that many workers more on any I : .
been offered jobs In straw. its author as well as membersof 0 Lawtev Road church In the Jatksonvllle District years ago Bradford ping season. Today It has fallen Many Booths Open. !
fields and have refused to the cast. n paid last year County was probably the largest to second place In Florida becauseour \,
employment The Baccalaureate sermon will be Mr. Montgomery reported that strawberry producing section In growers, more and more favorIng The grand opening of the first ;
them preached Sunday night at 8:00: 0'- the, world, shipping a solid trainload the "life at home" method of Bradford County Strawberry Fes 1 1
of the various relief there have been thirty-one addi
one clock ,by'the Rev. C. B. Price of Truck Attempting to Fasi of berries to northern mark- farming, have increased their tlval took place Thursday night ,, of
administration refuses tions'' to the church membership
countenance such an attitude the Baptist.Church This service, Another, Illta PassengerCar since the beglning of the year. ets dally during the main ship- plantings of',1 other truck crops.BoyiVhat with the Drum and Bugle Corp of a:;i ,:
with a special musical programwill Head-on the Jacksonville American Legion .. ,
InslaU that when an opporis The conference topened its session
be held in the high school auditorium adding a touch of color and muslo ,
t I is offered a relief worker (a here Thursday night with communion
,: Dr. G. WBrown, ..wellknoWnLawtey DreakfFreed to the impressive ceremony. The local ."
a living at. an outside 00- and a sermon by Rev. C. a
e L. F: Chapman superintendentof physician, U In a Jacksonville Legion To Take '" National Guards also took a. .;"
: W. of the Me-
It must be taken White Springfield
patlon' the' Florida State Farm, will de- hospital as the result of serious thodist church In Jacksonville. ., Strawberries prominent part in the proceedings ;j-:'
State Project. OttO liver the commencement address injuries sustained when a The address of welcome wan \\ji;{' '.
xt a meeting of regional admln- Thursday' night, April 26, at 8:00: strawberry truck ran head-on Into The business session began at Festival At Festival Here made at 7:30: o'clock by Mayor W; mI, h:
O tore In Orlando last week, it o'clock... Fifty two seniors and his automobile a short distance 9:00: o'clock this morning (Friday) Queen !C. Middleton who expressed gratitude I :

decided that aU F. E. R.A.. twenty-eight graduates of the Junior south of Lawtey early Tuesday at which time reports were given Free 'strawberries and cream)! over the fact that there was r ,
If projects.will cease in Florida by the various preachers throughout such attendance the i
high' school will receive their night. splendid on If
April 28. They may be resumed, diplomas. I According to officers who investigated the district To Miami Meet t That should be'enough to bring opening night of the ceremony It ':'1"" rJ'l

ever, if approved by the region.. This afternoon at 2:10: o'clock, the accident'Dr. Brown L. F.' Chapman; superintendent almos ,anybody: to)Starke during was his. belief/ he said that the t y,
administrator of each region.. '* a' farewell address to the seniors wasdriving toward Starke when of the Florida State Farm addres the three days of our Strawberry Strawberry Festival would become !L $,

oject that will, cease opera- will.be delivered by the Rev L. G. a strawberry truck, attempting to ; reed "the meeting-it 2:30 o'clock Air "XTxppiis To' ,Be" Paid' fol Festival, even If'he lived /la hun .n annual event for Bradford County J..

include: Coast and geodeticeycommunitysanitatlon Ray.,of Fernandlna, Mr. Ray Is a pass another'-truck, hit him headon. Friday afternoon. The remainderof [ 3-Day Trip to NationalCODventlon. dred or so miles away.This'liberaloffer and that this county would reap #r "
; ma- former B. H. S.. student. the afternoon until adjourn- which should Invaluable benefits In publicity end :, t
control- pest and 'mosquito Professor L.. A. Gray called an Joel Smith, of Hawthorne, own- ment, was consumed by committee good will. s\ ,,I:
ntrol, tick eradication soil ..urY. certainly do Its bit In bringing the Governor Dave Sholt. and Com :'
assembly on Tuesday at noon for er and driver of the strawberrytruck Who Is to be queen of the festival 1 ;
base map, Smithsonian Instl-- the purpose of presenting the many ; told officers that the vehicle Is estimated that from ISO to ? That is the question which crowds to Starke'is tnade possible missioner of Agriculture Nathan ;l i :;
te archeological work, typhus fer prizes honors and medals to those he attempted to pass was 200 people are In attendance at several thousand Bradford Coun- by the generosity of some of our Mayo, who early In the week expressed t,

control, state air marking, N. students distinguishing themselves parked on the road without lights the meeting here. They are being tlana are anxious to get settled. growers\ and dairies. regret at being unable to ;.ft: f,

A. compliance and investigaU. during the year. and he had to turn out to avoid entertalnd during their,,stay In the Whether she be a brunette from Although the management of the attend the festival, were represent ,, ;
farm housing survey An eight-day clock was presented hitting It. This statement, how heroes of local people. Brooker,. a blond from Lawtey or festival has not announced that ed by W. R. Smith, secretary to iJ '

Julius F. Stone, state admlnla- to the school by the graduating ever was denied by R. J, Bullard, .a brown haired damsel from Starke there would be a limit placed on the governor and L. M. Rhodes, l'
.tor, announced Wednesday that class of 1933. owner of the other truck! who saidIt Louisiana Growers I no one knows-but that doesn't the number of dishes any one person commissioner of the State Market- Nt
any $1,000,000 had been made The twelfth grade was announc was moving along at a slow rate keep the betting odds down. can eat. this will probably have Ing Bureau. Both men made brief ;: ,'{o
able through Public Works ed'.as the winner'' of the "Better of speed Protest Low.Prices Twelve lovely ladles are In the to be set later, since once you start speeches ;".

istration funds for repairs Bradford Campaign", and was pre- Dr. Brown Is said to have received contest, and If you think it's goIng on strawberries and creams", It's L F. Chapman, superintendent J I:.
d extensions to state Inatltu-. of the Florida State Farm and 1
to his hard to stop. Con't
banner. a leg injuries
sented with a this to be easy to know who to
The'' following ten members of knee-cap, a broken nose and other According to press reports vote for, Just wait until you read gressman R. A. Green were ".a
week a committee of strawberry the and delivered -
1tedentsPich on program tl
the basketball team were given Injuries about the head.
boys' the following list of : !
appointed Sunday night short addresses A reply .1i.1
gold medals Joe Shuford. captain Sheriff W. J.;Epperson said that growers Stark. Lula Redgrave, Lena Belle BerryMovementHeavy
t were scheduled to meet at Hammond to the Mayor's welcome was made r .
t Futch, arrests were made, pending a
; 'Norman Johns, Lacy no Shepard, Lillian Steinberg, Mar-
In an attempt "
La., Monday night by A. J. Thomas, a member of theJonesLangfordWhite
of the
Holcomb Overstreet Edward Wainwright more thorough Investigation tile Hemmlngway and Mary )I
to devise some means for post Amer. : i
Olin Bendenbaugh. Sumter accident.CitvTaxBooks. Pearce Ruth Rowe, Mary This Week .
; Lawtey
scheme \.
working out a higher price lean Legion, sponsors of the festival. i
ay Day QueenMary Harley,Edwin Torode and William with Washington authorities In thepresent Luclle Torode and Lucille Plum. .

Wooten. Coach Howard also received price slump there.. Some mer; Hampton Elaine Wynn and At Intervals during the openingnight ) I

-- a medal.. .. three hundred growers, association Annie Laura Tucker; Brooker But Prices Low the crowds were entertainedby
Edwin Torode and Marjorie Mar. Grace Hazen; Florida State Farm, ,
Pearce''' Chosen. For leaders and citizens met Sunday various free acts a minstrel
Honor-Program U. wick was presented with gold bask- night in a meeting of protest Beatrice Moseley show and a fiddlers' contest. .S I",'
best all-a 1 The winner not will have -
etballs for being the ToCloseJune only
Completed against declining prices they Plant City's Benson Is O\'er- W. S. ISllbey. who Is In charge I
andgirls' the honor of crowned
the boys being
round players'on said made the fruit sell below cost queenof Louisiana of the fiddlers' contest, reports that ,]; i
teams, respect- the Strawberry Festival, but
week; basketball .
Balloting attention ".
at the Brad of production Remain Slow! it Is creating widespread "
she will have all paid fora
rd J County High School resulted ively. Council Taken Action At Tuesday expenses Miami in October throughout the state, lie estimate l
to -
three-day trip
the selection Office that here will be twenty to twenty-
of Miss 'Mary Night l\eptlng-No Re-employment of the Jones.LangfordWhite Bradford County's strawberry .II
wce, a senior, as queen of the A. J. Griffis is NamedWorld's Time Extension.The as sponsor Post at the National season was swinging along this five entrants) In the contest. ,

ay Day Festival to be held here Chairman Ranks ?elf in State Convention of the Amerlcan' week' with lots of berries but low The festival ground, which are \\It
the first day of next month, Mr. Fair city tax books will be closed prices. Heavy rains early In the conveniently located on Call Street '
Legion. ,
E. Wall, another senior, .was on June 1, and there will be no The National Re-employment: Of- Twelve ballot boxes will be placed week brought new hope to growers on a lot adjoining the county court )

sea n. to be king of the. ,celebra- A. J, Grlffls who has been named extension of time for payment of fice here ranked seventh in the along the 1III1<,!-way at the festival and increased size and quality to house, present an attractive beautl-appearance f,
chairman by Lorenzo A taxes. This ultimatum was deliver. fruit. However hot sun followingthe They have
as County state in a recent! census of the grounds. Each girl will have '
dude day's program, which will Wilson' general chairman of the ed by the city council following Its number of men placed in Jobs, it her name on one of the boxes and rains) has done a little damage. tied by many palm trees which Le-
a May Pole dance, a baby Florida,World's Fair Commission, Tuesday night meeting. The clerk was announcedthis week,,by :"Jos voting wilt be done by using pennies Nineteen express carloads of were furnished the American t(
tect M and other features,'will be Inc., In charge of the nfovement to will\ then begin preparation of the eph E. Wilson manager.Mr. for ballots. fruit have been shipped from gloB by the Florida State Farm ,t'

The on the school house grounds. finance a creditable Florida exhibit delinquent tax list which will probably Wilson alno-.reports a gratifying The coronation ceremony will Starke since Wednesday of last nursery advertising
and *
.., queen's attendants Will be at'the Chicago World's Fair next be published In July. Increase in the activities of take place Saturday night, Run- week Heavy truck shipments have With newspaper to the ; '
Lula Redgrave; Lola Adktais, summer,has accepted the appoint II This movement to hurry up taxpayers the re-employment service throughout ners-up In the contest will be also been made. cooperating spread believedthat
festivalIt Is :
Brownlee, Bunnie Ca nova. and already marshalling. follows close upon Governor new of the .
tltryn ment the state. maids to the queen. Lawtey reports 739,700: pints will entertain such "
Havnea. Kitty Hogsed, his forces In Bradford county. I Bholtx's order closing the state tax For the one week 'ending April .. shipped from there since last Wednesday Htarke seU
ckrie Stump and Lola Long., "Mr. Orlffls agrees that the wonderful .books on April J. Ordinarily, the 7, the service placed a total of through Tuesday of this crowds this week-end as have '
The be escorts of the..attendants exhibit made by Florida at :city: 'books have been allowed, to 2,196 on jobs According to the New 'C C.. C. OrderTakes week. Prices are said to have averaged dom been seen In Its history. ,a

S. R. Johns Jr" Fro *trte > Chicago last year wa a strong factor .remain open until early fall. census the number! : of private eight cents per pint. .
!:tt Torode Richard There, In bringing an unprecedented I placements being made weekly Is Prices at Starke dropped Wed- "Flying Down to Rio" i

codwln Woodt\U\ HaDe, SUI- rush of tourists\ to the state duringthe ..KING8LEV LAKE BAPTISTS nearly 100 per cent
Heraldll Carter and Robert Chapma winter Just paused". said Mr. HAVE SERVICES: SUNDAYThere now more than thirty day ago.' Eight BOYS pint.According'nesday to as low as five cents per to Play Ritz Theatre.:

Will be Billy Park.r ud In announcing the appointment officeIs
.. Wilson The local re-employment
Kay Carllllle! : t of the Bradford county man.He will be'services SundaY. located at 127 W. Call street, and to, Plant City newspapers ."Flying Down to Rio,'" a' new

fCatCbta. Will be Joe 'Bdwud also agrees that the good work April M. at 11:00: o'clock\ at the Mr. Wilson invites all employersto Left Last Friday For Two the strawberry', deal Is still"wagging style of ,spectacular musical toosr
but Isbelieved
Biggs' Edwin,,Smith ..and begun at Chicago last summer Klngsley Lake Baptist Church. \ call him when la need of help.- > .Weeks Training at along" there It tion picture comes to the Rita
r F. M. that.thla week will wind
another Preaching will be by Rer. Port Semen for three day en t'gsgemant
"- should be kept up and that There Is no registration fee or theatre Sunday a
-Cet Will be But j Long-'Judor outstanding exhibit of Florida's resources -' Taylor The subject win be "ThingsWe placement feeassessed against the "- up the" Hlllsborough season. This. show which baa 1

Hudson Turner and N.., T. and attractions should be Do Not Know." ..EveryoneIs employee nor are .'any charges Eight Bradford County boys answered The'unexpected cold spell:' that been setting' box office records all
to attend the...mc... for hit Bradford County -Thursday of the Ant "'
made at next summer's, world's welcome made to the employer a new enlistment call over the country comes as
Charles Pender wd be court Jest fair.' X Lv Sllcox. clerk. the Civilian Conservation Corp and last week Is not believed.to havedone' aerial musical ever staged.
__ : BIRTHS left Friday of last week for Fort any considerable damage In The distinguished cast of this hit

Betty Hayes and Paul Smith-win., TIP TOP OKOCEBY STOCK GROWERS: TO MEET: Mr. and Mra.*Edward B. Green. Screven where they will enter two Louisiana. However, shipments Includes Fred Astaire, musical ,1
crown Carers. INSTALLS MEAT MARKET: All interested Bradford County Starke. girl. April' 13. week training before being assigned from that state are not picking up, comedy Idol of Broadway and: London N

Rower girls and train'.bearer4 a -' cttisens are requested attend a Mr. and Mrs. Cart Johns,Stark, to amparThe but are remaining around from fifty ; Dolores Del Rio. a Latin girl
to be chosen later, The"Tip Top Grocery this. week meeting of beef cattle growers to boY. April 14. boys who were chosen following to 100 cars a day. la a part that fits her like a. glove 7-

All Icbools In the county wW ben installed a meat market for the be held In the court house at Lakelutier Mr; and Mrs. Henry.Estees Wal examinations In Gainesvllld There 'was a light frost hereThursday Ginger Rogers the peppery little

pre nand each grade In the. convenience of its many patrons I Friday morning. April 2O.at do boy April 17 I IIIr. were: Joseph Simmons, Fluty Fri- morning of last week, red head of "42nd Street" fame!
e School WIll particlpate. throughout this and neighboring 10:00 o'clock.'The meeting ts and Mrs. Eugene Griff. go. Charles Bllcox Henry HUuon but It was DOt heavy enough to and Gene Raymond,, one of the

According to those 'who have counties. C.-K. Nasworthy manager for the purpose of discussing the Starke, girl AprU-lT- Ansel Brown Randall Wiggins, damage the strawberry crop. most popular of the younger leadIng td

mngements In charge this of thi..-popular local concern, II government's A. A. proposition- Mr. and Mrs. frank W.. Reynolds '- Earl 'Johns and Clyde Rauleraon. ..... men. i

to ** ace 'of the moat announce',that thai new,J.market ot reducing beef cattle. Graham girl.-April J8. '. i MTTCHELiVTO PEAK:_ The tuneful _musical score Includes .
IOKuI eventa held .Starke In will carr7'.lfulIltJur of cold lunch Mr.'and Mr*-.John. Crews.Lawley A movement to reduce rates of Charles\ A J' .Mltchel1.,' of 'Vero such hits as "Carloca". !'Or- !
t )'eare. meats,western beef lamb and veal. ,Brecksnrldge 4MJch-) with a population boy April.!.-. ''f A all public utilities has been 'started Beach, candidate- United State chlcls In the MoouUght", "Flying l.g.
meats are carried la modern of only MO, ', baa eight[ "" sets --- to the Philippines. Senator opposingPark Trammel, Down to Rio", and "Musks Makes .
011YQ.s Inrttah: toai'IM baa always The cases that -jaake ana4decI of twins., __ Temperature of the. enter.Is of r will speak to the crowds at the Me"., '

two Particular kinds of refrigerator attraction to this .---., tbe.sowfgns. of Kag- UM sun to eslmated at not more) Only one horseshoer and one Uv- Bradford County Strawberry Festival Pl7lng at the Hits) Wednesday
and the None of ttaW.ter the reign than -I80.0 ). eo--.ire..-........ rystabteare. listedla' the .new at. lt:0O-o'clock' Saturday wilt be Three oa-' a'HODIJ1II OG". yhtl

inaRatlv.situk. cry asdthefcV I(-1IotIDnJ'C1ee---- -.... : ;JIO" !land had forks eat. (Milwaukee city directory.. 1IIOfDI...... ,with._ sally Balers... .. ..,..,......__..'.....
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tats attorneys and court reporterswere H'.. Th.'.. Kho4... C.r. Elizabeth Hainaf c. Mrs. W. AJ- Cor.
assured of their salaries for Tjler I tin A.n IflMm' Cor. MlM Vra G..F.
the remainder of the fiscal year .I -
Mr. and Mrs. Malvu Kite of
although the legislative appropriation Jacksonville are spending a while BIRTHDAY PARTYMr. P. H. Woods of Lawtey was a Mrs. J. H. West and Mrs. E. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. McGauley Mr. and Mrs. J.' w. LewIs .J
for the purpose will be exhausted here with Mr. Kite's brother and T. N. Norman gavea visitor here Sunday afternoon. D. Modllnson and daughters of attended the funeral services of her sons, L. O., and Johnnie,
r at the end of this month. sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. birthday party Saturday nightin Mini Jean Tyler:who Is visiting Ocala, were the guests of W. A. sister at Jessup, Ga., :Monday. Lula Mae Lewis and Miss and M
The Supreme court held that salaries honor of Mrs. T. N. Norman, Mann Ilvi!:
Kite. Meads and family this week. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Summersof spent last Sunday
4 for these officials may be Mlna Floy Thomas Resale Thomas Bessie Woodle and Leroy Norman. friends at Black Creek was visitIng Rev. K. Earl Voyle of Starke, High, Springs are spending a with Mr. and.Mrs. Mallory Stark
fund her mother here Saturday. Thom
from the revenue
paid general and Johnnie Lewis were the preached at the Church of Christ while here with her mother Mrs. .Mr., and Mrs. James
is O. T. Nelson was a business via
when the specific appropriation WlIlllIlll
of Miss Thelma Rhoden Miss Doris Kersey of Lawtey and evening. Brown.
guests last Sunday morning W. R. and Wilbur Coon all
itor to of
Insufficient, because a law fixing ( Lawtey Saturday.Rev. Lake
spent of last week with her Bu
Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. George Rhames,
of Alachua ler
Miss Cordelia Brown were visiting Mr.
L. Hicks
their salaries and requiring the and Mrs. E. spent and Mrs
sw payment must be considered superior Miss Doris Mead of Hampton cousin Gladys Keene of this sec- Sunday in Jacksonville. Jr., and Mrs. J. F. Johnson visited spent the week-end here with her nle Mann last Sunday. Lon
spent Saturday night and Sunday Mrs. Rhames sister Mrs. J. O.
'k Arthur of Black Creek mother Mrs. W. R. Brown.
to the appropriation act if the Taylor Miss Ruby Show
with Miss Essie Crawford. Mrs. Ida! Harnage spent the Lamoreaux, of Jacksonville last Mrs. Enoch Mott of Heilbrown was vlsltls,
latter Is Insufficient. was in this section Saturday. Miss Hazel Thomas last
Miss Ethel Davis spent a few week-end with her son J. A. Ham Orrin Bryan of Doublerun was Sunday. Springs spent last week here with Sunday
days last' week with her sister age.Mr. a visitor here Friday Rev. McGauley will preach at the friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Polk and win
Mrs. Gladys Burney of Rtarke. and Mrs. Roy Johns and Baptist church next Sunday morn- Mrs. Minnie Atkinson and child- Fay Stalk were in Trenton Sunda
Mrs. Cora Jones and little daughters Roland Hodges and Junior Hodges daughters, Geraldine, and Shirley Ing and evening. ren are spending a while in Au- Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sowell o
Cora Bell and Jessie Mae of Olustee were the guests of Mr. Anne were visiting relatives In Mr. and Mrs. M. Teuten and burndale with friends and relatives.E. Mlcanopy were in our section Sun
were visiting Mrs. R. U. Parment- and Mrs. J. A. Harnage Sunday. this section Sunday.. daughter, of Palatka, were the S. Gainey of Plant City spent day.
During er Sunday afternoon. Johnny Anderson of Brooker, Mr. and Mrs: Raleigh Conner guests of Mrs. Teuten's parents, Sunday here with his mother, Mrs.H. A large crowd of
Malvln and Littleton Kite were was the guest of Miss Gladys and children were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Pursley, this week. Gainey.H. enjoyed an Ice cream young folk
The 3-Day business visitors to Olustee Sun- Keene Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. 1 S., Sapp Sunday. W. M. Blrt and Ira Brown of P. Gainey was attending to at the home of Mr. and supper Mrs. give Rile
day.Mr. Mrs. Mamie Williams of Jack- Miss Vesta,McRae was the dinner Gainesville were business visitors business Starke Monday, Waters
Strawberry'Festival and Mrs. Rodman Under sonville la spending a while with guest of Miss Elizabeth Harn herb last Sunday. Mrs. M. F. Hazen is visiting night.
bill were visiting her parents, Mr. her brother C. L. Carter. age Sunday. Miss Maree Taylor returned to friends and relatives here.J. We are very glad to report tha
and Mrs. M. Rhoden, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Williams Mrs. Leroy Norman and children her home here after a visit with her Mrs. G. W,' Rivers who has bee
and Mrs. Mamie Williams of Jacksonville were the guests of her parents. Mr. grandmother Mrs. Griffis, of R. Colley attended the moviesat a patient in the hospital at StarkIs
pas-sed were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp Sunday. Starke. Starke last Saturday evening. expecting to return home In i
and Sunday. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp Sunday. There will be a prayer meetingat Mrs. J. P. Sullivan was transact- few days. I
tLd We are very sorry to report that I Miss Veta McRae spent Satur- the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. ing business in Starke last Satur- Gustavus Adolphus king of Swe- W. J. Johns of Starke spent parl
Kenneth Starling Is on the sick day night with Miss Helen Norman Norman Friday night. Everybody den from 1904: to 1632 was knownas of last week here with his dRUg
r list this week. j I Mr and Mrs. Frazier Shaw and welcome. day.J. W. Horne and family and Mrs. the "Lion of the North." ter, :Mrs. J. W. Lewis. *
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EDITORIALS AUNT SCHOOL DAYS I, Sullivan Carter, leave to Leslie I, Helen Prather, will my red

SASSYFRASS'COLUMN '" By DWIG Biggs my popularity and my hair to Mary Lucile Torode. "; ,

way with the ladles. I, Pauline Priest, do bequeath, "

;;-ted to the Best Interest 0' I'f} A MR6k: ?OTiOM.ibu I, Idell Clemons, bequeath my my height to Myrna Frink.

BBA FOIID HIGH SCHOOL tdAT ? He rie ft' fi iT, dignity as a senior to Melvin Crosby I, Alta Rail me, will my acuity
IS IT FROG '+ 808Ii4AY
Alumnae. t chew gum In school to Edwin :
Studeot Patrons and .. A ,
Starke Florida I, Jessie Mae Dennison will Smith. I
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c---: EDITORIAL STAFB'lttl Dear Aunt April 19, 1934. COOKtl' eG6': ? V\eAD 7AtL OIF A S'r' position as librarian to Frances I, Lula Redgrave, do bequeath 'I'I'to \
Sasayfrass: FCAtatR Of As- OtICK'LINO / Hemingway.I my beauty to Mignon Slsnon' In I

Hosed< ____..Edttor-ln-Chlef Recently everyone has been tell- n SptOtR4 A 0 F1Y, % j1kAet Mildred Dinkens, bequeath to hopes that It will be of some benefit \ ,t
[ (Sapp_*"*. Editor-in-Chief ing me that I have a neck like a (tAVt E Mignon SI Ron my quiet attitude to her.

I"a DorothY. Jotmn--____Manaflns Editor camel. I can't understand this andI SouP sNIH 1', Pitts u'Y d 5 A6Tf ifWtot (may the static cease). I, Dorothy Rltch, will my ability .1" '
I I _-Awt. Manag-. Editor don't know what they mean. .. I, Carlle Faulkner will my long to be on time at school to Jeral. '. .;
1111I1.1'Lonl---' __Exchan. Efllt-r What shall I do T' I am so worried.I 'Sq $MgLL Aeep *** mw t tresses to Anita Wainwright dine Johns. '1
'DorothY Loll lfarwick--.A.et. Ex. Editor always thought that I had a GtT rtlu>L wISN ,, 't c I. Nelson Faulkner, bequeath my I, Lester Schnell. do hereby give, I, ,(p

Loulll JacK.on.___Literary E ltorLoul.1 very nice neck, but this is worry- a wHti o' Ttt nickname of Kipling to Sidney grant, present, bestow, will and bequeath '

i Snyder, Aut. Literary Editor Ing me very much. Please answeras ITSA FAMEK _M"_J K Hershfleld. to Sumpter Harley my genuine J I
I _Sporta Editor soon aa possible. tiT IoUR Wist1 I. Lacy Flitch do hereby will left-hind rabbits' foot. ,I
"' Bports Editor, Anxiously yours, and bequeath to Percy Sullivan my I. WilliAm Schnell, will my phy- ;(
|/Loll A Jn,. ______Soclety Editor Sullivan Carter.Starke ability to bluff.. alquo to Joe Edwards l\f fI
_______Jot* Editori
lenry Godwin Florida. I, Vera Gulney will my figure to Fred Shaw, bequeath to Myra : ,
,.w Anderson Jr., A..t. Joke Editor i' April 20, 1934. n. OS Awtui p rDSr' Louise Snyder.I. Frlnk my standing in second I '
________.__ .Reporter ri.Ir (
Austin- tWe
!tllir Entertainment My Dear Anxious Sullivan: y y Opal Citation, bequeath my Mhort-huml.

lIertha ._._"_____Reporter I received your important ques- winning ways to Audrey Carlisle.I. I, Joe ,ShuforJ being of safe \
Primary and Elementary tion Wednesday, and for the past ) Henry Godwin will my attraction and nnne mind, do hereby leave J

two days I have been conferring for the Starke girls to Gilbert part of my helghth to little Joe

with three important authorities, Brown. Grlffls, an that lIe may be usefulto "
Calendar Of Events because I must admit that for onceI I Woodfln Halle, do bequeath to the teachers In cleaning the
could reach no definite conclu- 1 ( t i.: fie Donald McRae my ability to use cobweb from the calling
"Coty's" and "Evening In Paris" I, Marjorie Eleanor Stump, leave "
Friday. April 20 Senior As- sion.We have decided that the only perfume. to Elizabeth Hollingsworth my position

sembly. Farewell Address, Rev.llUwrleRay plausible answer to your question 1I1ktll ki kir I, Kathryn Haynes, will my aa official pianist and my

2:10: p. m. that you have a neck like a camel sweet disposition to Grace Adkins.I ability In sports.

April 19, 20, 21, Free Show, la that it goes without water for Clifford Hazen, do bequeathmy I, Dorothy Swambom, bequeathto
Starke Strawberry Festival so long. ability to chew paper and shoot Callie Strickland my IItu<.1lous-

I Town. Advisably yours, r fY7g spit balls to Edward Wainwright flees
April 22, Baccalaureate Aunt Sassyfrass. I, Purvia Hazen being of sane I, Richard Thcdo, will my laughIng F
Sunday, mind do will to Ronald Pitts
hereby eyes to Merrill Edwards.I .
I B.
8 m.-Rev. C.
I Sermon- p. my ability to get out of telling cur- Annie Laura Tucker, leave to -
Price. rent events in history. Sadie Wynn my ability to keep
April 23, 24, 25, Examina J, Kitty Hogsed, bequeath my the Hampton kids annoyed by yell-

lion Informal Social Chat From B. II. S. popularity to Irma Stockwell and Ing, singing, or any other possible.

April 26, Teachers only for Among those shopping in Jacksonville L my position aa editor-in-chief to way.I H-
records. No buses run.-Gradu- last week were: Misses anyone who wants It. Dorothy Turner, bequeath to
ation Exercise-8 p. m., B. H. S. Dorothy Rltch Bunnle Canova, I. Carolyn Hutto. will my big, Keefce Harold my good chemistry
April 27. Last day, Report Martha Powell Mlna Mahassa, blue eyes to Louise Kite. grades *

cards handed out. Mary Lucile Torode, and ,Mary I, Louise Jackson, bequeath, to I, Billy Rice Parker, do hereby ,'} '
May 1, May day, and Health Pierce. Grace lazes my pleasing personality will my ability to cram to Martha t

Program, at school. The Seniors want to thank the Powell. :;'.
May 1, Summer School beginsat Juniors for the wonderful Junior- fA\'M% d Mc-1. I, Bobby Johns will my love of I, A. E. Wall Jr., bequeath to 4

B. H. S. I StiiJor party which they gave for history IV to Leslie Biggs. Francis Cotton my sportsmanship '
,them Friday night. I know that all J, Norman Johns, bequeath to I, Palmer Williams, will my old ');
Last week an editorial was writ. 'of the Seniors will agree with me Blake Jackson my ability to play themes to Ed Torode. '.k}

en about "Looking Forward" to In saying that we have "the best football.I. I, Rhoda Zelgler bequeath to V f
he next school term and the var- 'Junior class ever." ambition Is to become a successful Last Will and Testamentof she will take good care of them. S. R. Johns, Jr., leave my good Dorothy Marwlck my ability to **11 1

ius Improvements that will be In The Seniors have a full program journalist. I, George Arwood, will my abilityto looks and laziness to Charles Pend- sing. *i
:he school next year. rm going to planned for this week: Monday Senior Class of 3.1 give long rambling talks In pub- J, Ruth Zelgler. will to Jessie

eep In the "futuristic" mood and night the rehersal for "Class Fred Shaw was born July 22, lic to Lamar Smith. er.I, Lois Long, leave my nick Mae Brannon, my ready smile in #

m going to continue by looking Night";; Tuesday night the Senior 1914 near La Crosse. He moved to We, the members of the 1934 I, Lester Austin, being of safe name "BIrille" to Ruby Shaw and hopes that she will use it frequently F t
jrward to the Senior Class of nextear. Play; Wednesday night a Square Brooker at the age of eight wherehe class of Bradford County High and sane mental facilities, will my my position aa exchange editor to 'H

and Round dance given for them lived until 1926, when he mov- School being of sane mind and position as headliner on the B. H. anyone who Is lucky enough to LOIS ADKINS, V!

This class will ably lead the by Mrs. Paul E. Canova In honorof ed to Jacksonville. He stayed memory, finding that we are at our S. Journal to Edwin Torode. get it. Acting for Senior Class. ,!fjj.
hool! to great heights I am sure. her daughter, Miss Bunnle Can- there for two years and moved journey's end do hereby make, ordain I, Martha Brownloe, do bequeathmy Beatrice Miner, do bequeathmy A, E. Wall, Senior President. &:

Its ability to do things is shown ova, who is a member of the graduating back to La Crosse Being so fond establish and publish this, our curly locks and red lips to Car- quietness to Guy Frlgo. Aa Witness Hereof: >\
of the huge city of Brooker he ra Belle Norman. I, Halcomb Overstreet, will Mary M. Brown. %
y the very successful and enjoy- class; Thursday night a par- last will and testament hereby
moved back there where he residesat I, Bunnie Canova, being Student Guide Book to Alma Raymond Smith. if
>Is! Junior-Senior Prom which ty given for them by Miss Lucille revoking and cancelling all former excep- '
ey gave last week. Thin class la Mitchell: There are also parties the present time. Among his wills made or purported to have tionally generous do will my position Thornton. Affixed with my seal, this day, {

very large one and it baa many planned for the other nights. likes are Junior-Senior parties, go- been made by us. as Mr. Gray's secretary and I, Mary Pearce, bequeath my April 10, 1934. K
Ing to the movies, dancing ability to monopolize the his- cuteness to Leecy Fogg.I PAUL M. JOHNSON .
20 Rev my
April ,
pable, ambitious, and talented Friday To Miss Myrwin we leave the "
embers. Laurie Ray, of St. Augustine will (square), Bobby Johns and all of: hope of a better English class next tory class to Dorothy Sapp. Sinclair Peek, will my Intellectto My commission expires ,, '
farewell address to the SenIors his Brooker chums. He dislikes late the on-coming club.Ltdi'ldual Robert Chapman. April 18, 1936. );,
give a
B H. S. should climb to even hours and not preparing his les year.
e'IUf'llth.J I, Marguerite Prevatt, being exceptionally ,
School Auditorium
eater heights next year with all at 210.In: the, The High Seniors cordially In- sons. Fred plans to enter the University To Mr. Gray we leave the re- Lois Adkins, do bequeath Robert generous bequeath my I Babylon students studied quad- 1} '

its improvements coupled with vite friends and parents to attend of Florida after graduation cords of all our high school grades and my ability to be conceitedto power with the boys to Mildred .ratio equations In 2000 B. C. making ,,
Is class as Its leader.JOKES. made during the past year. Frances Cadman That algebra 400 old
Certain honors will be bestowed providing Hundley. nearly years
on the Seniors that have earned Marcia Ruth ZeIgler, born In To the other teachers of B. H. B. '\
Thressa., October 27, 1916, Is a we leave the hope for better pupils
them at this time.
charming little blond with blue and a new school building.To THE BRADFORD. COUNTY TELEGRAPH OFFERS YOU ;,

lA. E.: "Hey! Don't strike that JUNIORS TREAT eyes and a sunny disposition. She the Juniors we leave our dignified ,
moved to Miami in 1917 and at- .
(itch there; that tank Is full of SENIORS TO PROM
tended the Miami Edison
FRIDAY EVENING School the Sophomores of this year / I I
then she moved to Thresaa! in 1926( buT faC
Sullivan: "Think nothing of It. and Is until of next year we be- '
today a student of old \
IS Is a safety match." Delightful/ Evening Enjoyed by ; queath the trials and difficulties
B. H. S. She has made
Seniors Wish to Thank Hoots many of preparing fore a party.
friends In both
places. AmongRuth's
for Good Time., To the "Rats". will
Scotch optimist Is the fellow likes are: All kinds of we the privilege -
Jo deliberately catches a cold to of following in our footstepsand
sports, good music, dancing, bm-
of 13th. wa.athe
up a nearly worn out hand- The night netts, all the B. H. S. teachers, and, attaining the necessary grades
the Junior-Senior
chief. scene of attended last but not least, to go to parties, To the Janitor we bequeath the
by near-
Prom which was
and Seniors and Miami (for some reason). Her wads of chewing-gum sticking on \ ,,,
Voodfin: "I wonder where all the ly all of the Juniors dislikes are: To study and two- desks, walls and especially on the -
and other
The Juniors, Seniors
ago. Club faced "friends. She plans to bea back of the stage. 4
assembled at the _
immy: "Can't say. They're al- House: which was attractively de- secretary to some large business We, the editorial staff of the

|ys thcr.pointed one way and beaded corated la yellow and white, the firm after her happy school days B. H. S. Journal will the outlookfor
are over. a better B. H. S. Journal to s%
Senior colors. After the reception -
claja I Show actual
-' P'- received their -- an profit on next

"You Irat passenger know I on Atlantic lln- tickets (paper everyone hats), and went to Rhoda Emily Zelgler born at duties of each committee, what had year** reeding! Your,home news
am a literary per- Thressa, Florida, In 1913, a big-ey-
Tm Telling You, been accomplished, and what
the RItz to see was
|. I Monthly.have contributed" to the Attic featuring W. C Fields. The show ed brunette member baby of girl.the She la a very expected to be accomplished. This paper and the pick of this choice list of magazines
popular graduating
-cond< Passenger: "You have was Following enjoyed by the alL movie, the clubhouse class of this year. According to club Its he interest declared.to Instead die, aa has of allowing num- All for the amazing low price given below.ROUP .

hlng on me. On this trip I have was again the scene of the her, her likes Include dancing, erous other clubs and organizations i; i
trlbuted to the Atlantic In a store, and rid.
clerking drug
entertainment, and the Senior class started in the school of late, grown 1 i7
ing. She dislikes walking and ,
quar- ,
was read by Lester Aus- In membership and enthusiasm
hate a swell Job Lester's prophecy reling, not to mention taking history -
tin. Miss Lois Adkins read the Sealer week by week. And now the first 4
tho "
Rhoda intends
guitar. IV exams. to
will. four grades have decided to "alllmllate'r ..
eh, he got It by pulling danc- work In a drug store In Miami
H." Music for an evening of the next two grades
ing was furnished by an orchestra when she grows up. irventh and eighths-into the club

TENTH; GRADE from Green Cove Springs,. alter- From all appearances, the Student %ct o/fiose 7ainoi&t ilaqu 4>ei
nating a few numbers by a couple Cooperative Government Is in fora

"mrsUay I of B., H.April S. enjoyed 12, the a Sopho-picnic from Reno, which delighted. the audience CALLED FRIDAY: big year next term,,' ,. a' e

ing !ley Lake. We STUDENTS SPEAK Gullda Marie Thede,.()ne of the
left school at
: Refreshments consisting of cake
: and arrived about 11 O Better Hornet Gardens Yr.
ck. Some went and and punch were served throughout Acrountn of School Activities reviewed the musical festival next gave GROUP I IO Progrcuiv F Irmc r___J. Yr*. I II
enjoyed swimming the evening.The Teacher Furnish an account of their activities (some D Delineator .. u 1 y,. I 2YrJD
sunbaths and I Din Country Horn .
games. was a huge success. 3 MAGAZINES FROM ..-
prom of them, rather) while In that city.
Isabelle Gray Fernandez, Mr. and : The girls were charmingly dressed Vocal Quartette. They reported wonderful time D Hollywood Movie M'9.n1 Yr.DMcCairi GROUP Southern Agriculturist. Yr.

>crone and .family were the In the latest spring-and summer and princely accommodation Magazine ._1 Yr. Capper's Firmer ....._1 Yr.

e had lunch gowns, and their escorts In white The regular weekly chapel assembly wherever they went.-which was DM vf, Chute 1 Yr.fethfiiukr Gentlewomen Magazine' 1 Yr.l
about 12:30: o'clock Friday at Bradford High .,.-...... .
trousers and black coats.Senior quite a few placea. Among the
enjoyed est games and swimming was a bit extraordinary, in thatIt good times they had might be [ of the
afternoon. was composed chiefly of individual a Home Cbcl..rl Yr.
e wish to listed aa dances, yachting(! singingIn Dttctorbf R vi I IW._1 Yr. |
thank Mrs. for numbers students. Those
Darby by I
Personalities 0 Household lYr.l r
the auditorium Magazine _
sleeping ,
'e of the cottage and Mr. Gray numbers delt with recent scholastic 0 Open Road (Boys) 2Yrt. I
and having plenty to eat. -- a Illustrated Mechanics _1 Yr.
Jhe enjoyable
holiday events and with personal affairs '
JOHN GODWIN Richard Rudolph Thede was born and accomplishment! Four high school teachers, Mra. o Sere," Book _,., ..lye. 0Moth.r'Home Life.-1 Yr.O .

In Lawtey Florida on November First, Mr. Gray summoned Mar- Demorest, Miss Fernandez Miss DSer ." rt.r ,......... I Yr. 2 Needlecref_.._... .., .1 Yr.

.kE11O--i- 8, 1916.- He has dark brown hair guerite Prevatt to the stage to give Hoffman and Miss Jacobs, closed aTra e fnslon. _1 Yr.P Successful fanning' _1 Yr.
AWARDED: TYPING PINS and laughing brown eyes and Is an account of her experience in the program with a vocal quartette I a Women's World _1 Yr. I Iiin +'
RjdfobiKf I ..,. 1 Yr. I
"Twlllght1bY Rubenateln
very popular with his fellow students 4-H Club work. Marguerite related -- m
'. Hoffman presented Lola Ad- at Bradford High (especiallya several Incidents In which she had German musical ,compoe, This Cheek I M...,,,. f s..(x) CA.ek 6 M... *. .A | and Kitty Hogsed with two certain brunette in the Senior won trips and short courses at Tallahassee quartette baa appeared here before, :

f o typing pin for typing the class). His likes are centered about and of numerous prizes and received an encore almost ev- IF YOU PREFER YOU MAY
I words time. They refused to return I
per minute In the speed good-looking clothes (he was recently be bad woo through individual ery a

|that 50 were given recently. Lois chosen as the best-dressed I merit. to the "front" Friday however. Our Cutxrysnt pp To Yea "Ifwe ,II" list .M.u/__affv .Anhln/ I Pu&&g.Hen. .
I Mrs. Wall _
word. per ,minute for 15 boy la the Senior class), riding In The next students were treatedto played accompanient.Mr.
.1..1".1. 'ill .,.
e .a.fulfy. ,
Fno err s; and Kitty typ- his V-8. and the little Senior bru- an open-air account of the new Gray then delivered the customary This wonderful offer is available, to old q
I Words pe; alnue fir ja jmto. nette. He dlsliftt hard work, riding Student Government's progress announcement, among .1Id new subscriber fo this lIenp.p". a.o......... t.nel.w- a P11154 wad aw W
f"* one ere Then two girls the bus, and studying. He also since its organization, by Lester which was the Senior Play, "The W. gwranf.e the fulfillment .f all revu....uf_obi bd willie,.....boafpdoll..y'.-,.,..

b4t cong 'ilated for being Is very popular In clubs and organizations Austin, who's appearance was under Seniors on a World Cruise," written magazine ubKriptloM sad,, you hlV. sAM rYposttks
flclent in t> :-jjg,, being a member of the direction of the 1I1-Y club. Lester by Lester Austin ,one of this assurance that this generous !
i ; HI-Y Club and chairman of attendance outlined the fundamentals of Dear's. graduate, to be staged the eff.r euctly as ,.,,".ntecf. Renewals. asset oa a awitl ..

lowest fire lea-In-19 years committee la the Student's the organization the different Allowing Tuesday at the club 6s extended for full tire ,..._... ,.O..D. slAte __.. .w... _________.__. Iy d
f Ported In C.Adnaatl In 1932. Cooperative Government. His main committees and their chairmen, the ,house.

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Club House Scene of mony was Impressively solemnized Miss Bunnie, Canova Only United 23,068 States immlgrrantsv'e&teredthe In the fiscal year state There and are city.three Mexico.- 'lI:1t:

last Sunday afternoon. April 8, Honored by Mother.One ending* June 80, 1933. .
Junior-Senior Prom. in the Woodlawn Baptist Church -
Il C i ;,-:-.,- NOTICE To APPtaa
'fjociety J the Rev. B. F. Green officiating. of the loveliest affairs of -
The annual Junior-Senior Prom Intimate friends NAME of
Only relatives and Wednesday president
given by the Junior class of Brad- the week was the party given : THE STATE OF FLORIDA
of the young couple were present. at the Woman'lIClub. '" It appearing by
ford High School In honor of the decorated evening alary. ... jffNOTICE that certain cause trlclavlt mOd
Seniors was an event'of last Friday The church was .beautifully. by Mrs. Florence E. Canovahonoring Court Tw.ntylXlh In the ,
r Judicial Clre
r.-- with palms and Spring flow. her daughter, Miss Bundle In ana for Bradford
evening at the Woman's Club In p, Flor
; Beautiful Tea Given "Butterfly",.which waa' one of the which was one of the most brilliantever era.A Canova, who is a charming Complainant.Chancery entitled. J. J, Cow
numbers sung at the State Music held. program ,of appropriate wed- member of the graduating class of Defendant, and the reliefcprayed
'' By U. D. C. Chapter.A Festival. "The Beautiful Isle",written ding music was rendered by Miss Bradford High School. a being resident DIvorce of;State that Derendan
In the Horary where the guests
silver by Angelo Fatrl, was Impressively Doris Edmundsom.The bridal party The library auditorium and sun -* known to the Complalnant or
beautiful affair was the received beautiful ar-
were was a
over the and
given aa a musical readingby entered to the strains of the "Bridal decorated age twenty-one
of the club was lavishly
tea given by W T.Weeks Chapter rangement of larkspur In delicate parlor and that there I. no Fe
Mrs. L. G. Powell. Chorus" from Lohengrln.. sweet peroon In
of State
IX D. C., Friday afternoon at the shades arranged In baskets. Elab- with quantitea Please call for your Florida Service of parse
Mrs S. E. Brownlee and Mrs The bride was unusually and larkspur In pastel shades, : process; upon whom WOUld
home of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Mat orate decorations In yellow and young peas ally bind said Defendant, Ders
thews. A. M. Darby poured tea from a white the Senior class colors, with lovely in a pastel blue lace gown yellow calendulas stately calla lilies IT IS ORDERED

R1, Many colors of larkspur, double long table covered with an elegant tall floor baskets of larkspur, against made on extremely long lines with ufld choice roses which were watches and repairsas Bill art B.atrlc.CowaVC.Vp"e'
pink poppies choice roses glowing lace cloth and centered by a bowl a background of palms and white accessories. Her flowers were attractively arranged In bowls and May,, A.Complaint D. 1S84 otherw'i" TIH5 day]
1, amaryllis lilies and other bright of larkspur In pastel shades while< other greenery formed the decorations pink rosebuds with valley lilies. floor baskets Intermingled with pro confe... will{ be entiredVW1

hued blossoms,'arranged In bowls red candles shed their soft light for the large auditorium and The bride's only attendant was fern, the color motif of yellow and 1 will take a vacation her It Is for further her failure to appear,all""'j

t and wall-vases added to the charmof over the attractive table. A dainty; sun parlor, where the guests spenta her cousin Miss Irene Alvarez, white, the Senior class colors, being h. published oncera'Weektforot,'
the rooms of the lower floor. salad course and individual cakes most enjoyable evening. and Mr. Brlnson had aa his best carried out In detail. In the consecutive w* In the Bradt
with hot tea wall served, the favorson stood the receiving line County Telegraph a '
library newspaper
Quests met promptly at seven man, Raymond Matzat. general clrulation
,The guests were entertained byIjt.a each plate being verbenas and o'clock at the club, from there go- Mills Alvarez becomingly composed of Mrs. Canova the hostess the first of; May.J. Bradford County, FlorlOi"1W1TNESB
lovely program under the dlrec- lace fern. Mints In red and white, where was Miss Canova, the honoree, Mrs. ,
ing to the Ritz theatre they
,tlon of Mrs. J. W. Andrews, the the U. D. C. colors completed the saw W. C. Fields In "I'm Telling gowned in floral patterned chiffon.of Paul E. Canova, Jr., and Mrs. Oeo. ...al of ..''d Court this 8lxt oWe dliY
Her flowers' were a corsage ; March A. D.
.first number being "Homing", by course. You". After the show they assembled !. Talisman roses and valley lilies. B. Flynn, who directed the guests H. Courtmanch 1934.A.: J. THO\fA: !
Del Riego,' sung by Mrs. George This annual silver tea given by back at the club where dancing Later In the afternoon Mr. and I Into the auditorium where round Clerk ot Circuit t'nurt.

B. Flynn accompanied by Mrs E. the local chapter was one of the was enjoyed until a late hour ;Music Mrs. Brinson left for a brief wed, and square dancing: was enjoyed FATTEN &BLANDRUM oly'. FiorI<
L.. Biggs. Mrs. Flynn sang as an most successful ever held. was furnished by an orchestra will throughout the evening with Mr. Solicitor for Complalnnnt
after which they
4 '"tncor.j "Four Leaf Clover", by from Green Cove Springs ding trip, L. S. Hutto in charge of the music. a-23iGt'j; ,
their friends in Val- -
be at home to -
Whitney Coombs. The Girl's Glee Slot devices and games which and several special dances dosta. Miss Canova was lovely in a yellow -
Club of the B. H. S.. under the direction figured evening gown
have become popular In the United were given by a couple from Reno. Mra. Brinson formerly resided In crepe
of Mrs. Mable Wall favor. States have been in the and her flowers were a corsageof
I placed nearly Charles Fender delighted audience Starke, where she was a member ONLY TWO MORE WEEKSThis
k ,i,,ed the company with the chorus every seaside resort In England. with a solo number, 'and of the Bradford County High with sweet peas and and white calla ribbon.Kites tied
--------- -- ---- --- Clarence Townsend a tap yellow
gave School graduating class of 1932,, week and next are all that ..... I
dance. Lester Austin read the class Assisting Mrs. Canova 11'1 looking -
member of the main of
and a popular our big MANAGER'S MONTH
VISITORS ARE WELCOMEIN prophecy and Miss Lola Adklns younger set after the pleasure of the guests SALE.
In a clever! manner read the .class of the were Miss Mary Canova, Miss Mlna
Mr. Brlnson Is a graduate This week I have selected for I
STARKEand will. A and M school of Douglas Ga. He Manassa and Miss Hope Haynes. D approval several outstanding your
Miss Mignon preald
la now prominently Identified with The punch bowl was placed on a A values
the punch bowl, placed In tbeTeun
', the Shell Petroleum CorporationSouth
in the that was
table sun parlor
parlor> where refreshments were Georgia office, located in Be sure to come In-bring lour
'' served throughout the evening. decorated with a gorgeous arrange- friends with you and help me win an
I At Our Store Chaperones were: Prof. and Mra. Valdosta.-Times-Union.. ment of yellow calendulas and fern, ItrB Halo honor position for my new store by to c.rt .
advantage of the Mibstantlul
Leon A.-Gray.. Mr. and Mrs D. P. Baptist W. M. S., Meeting. and where punch was served r ,Ing that. are being offered. Having
Carpenter, Mr. and Mra. T: T,
HART FURNITURE ; Long Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Demorest, The business and program meet- throughout the evening by Miss WHERE ECONOMY RULES N. N. PREVATT Mgr

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B. Flynn Mra. Ing of the Baptist W. M. S.. met Martha Powell Miss Lucille Torode
COMPANY .' B.. Perkins, Mrs. A. F. Sauls and at the church Monday afternoon at and Miss Elizabeth Hollingsworth.Late WHITE' HOUSE EVAPORATED.
Mra. A. B. Wall. three-thirty o'clock. In the evening chicken salad '

Mitchell Mrs A. M. Darby president con- sandwiches, cake and orange punch MILK 3 tall cans 17c
:{ Miss Lucille ducted the devotional and business ,
was served buffet style, with ba-
sessions. Circle Number One with P O FAMOUS WHITE NAPATHASOAP
Honors Miss Stump loons in shape of little men being
the leader, Mrs. B. C. Priest in

i Honoring Miss Marjorie Stump charge had charge of the program given as favors. .4: Big Bars 15c
FESTIVAL DAYS AREBARGAIN a charming member of the graduating for' the afternoon., The following All the members'of the Senior
> <. class of Bradford High topic. were.discussed:. "The Light"by class and a few extra friends were

School. Mia Lucille Mitchell,was Mra. E. c:Priest "Preparations present for this lovely affair. MEAT
hostess to a number of the Senior for the Awakening" by Mrs. W J. DRY SALT Pound lOc

lass, the high school faculty anda Epperson,, ;and "Awakening to, NOTICE OF ELECTION .
r Vision" Mrs. J. H. Lord. Dy the power.e tea in them ty
few other friends at'the Klnga- by MEAL 5 Pounds lOc
the laws of the State of Florida the
ley Lake cottage of her parents, The meeting doeed with a prayerby .
Board of Public Instruction
of Bradford
DAYS I Mr. and.Mrs. J..M. MltcheU Thurs the pastor.' Rev. C. B. Price. County hereby calls an electionto FANCY U. S. No. 1 MAINE

day evening.A During the business session announcement be held In New River'Special Tax
t color scheme of' yellow and I was made of a district District April 86, 1934, at the schoolhouse IRISH POTATOES Pounds 25c

white the Senior class colors, wall meeting of, the Ministerial association In New River, Florida
SPECIAL PRICED. effectively carried out In the decorations to be held at the Starke For the purpose. of holding said RAJAH SUPREME QUALITY SALAD

.,.,'\ and quantities of spring church, May 15_ and a special B. election tht following; are appointed
\ flowers arranged in baskets and Y. P. U., training school to be Euntlce Kelly M. 1. Johns, O. W. DRESSING Pint Jar 13c Qt. Jar 25c

M FOR THREE DAYS wall vases added charm to the held the first week in May, with Andrew, and E. A. Sapp clerk.
: rooms where the guests were entertained the society sponsoring a social for' W.. C. MANNING. Chairman.A. .

and where a moat enJoyable those taking part in the training I-1315t15.2o. J. GRIFFI3. Clerk. DEL MONTE
evening was spent. school. PINEAPPLE
2 No. 2'/2 cans 35c
the evening by Miss JBunnle.Can- Little Elaine I Rrooker ORDER TO APPEAR DEL MONTE
% J, rd ; ova' and Was Dorothy Rltcbi\ >and -w.G In Circuit Court-, Twenty-Sixth Judicial FRESH PRUNES No.2J/2Can 17c
at a late hour a yellow and white Celebrates ,.BirthdayMra. Circuit Inand for BradfordCounty

i' New Shirts, Sox, Ties and Underwear., Ice course wall served by the hostess : Charles Imbach entertaineda Vera .Johnson Florida.. Complainant In Chancery., vs. lONA-LiMclOTM Yellow Cling ((0&1\8) j
assisted by her' mother! Mrs. number of little folks at her Hamilton Q. Johnson Defendant.
\t" J. M. Mitchell. Each guest received home Thursday afternoon, honorIng BILL FOR DIVORCE! PEACHES large No. 2W 25c
; I\\.: L. Florshelm Shoes a dainty favor. her little nelce, Elaine Brookerof Complalnnnt It appearing In by the affidavit above made styled hy ; cans

h t1 Green Cove' Springs, who celebrated cause and flied In this Court that It
Stetson Hats Woodmen Circle o Unveil In. the belief of the Affiant that the QUAKER MAIDAPPLE '
her fourth anniversary .
birthday ilao of renldnnre of the) Defendant
p .' u :,,.. Jaisden Monument Sunday Hamilton Q., Johnson, 1. unknown SAUCE, No 2, can lOc
that there I I. no person In the State -
..., Lakeside Grove No, 104 Wood- The little folks were entertainedwith of Florida the service of a ubpona SUNNYFIELD It
I in the after- whom would bind the Defend.
and late upon
men Circle of Lake Butler, will un- games CORN FLAKES
ant. Hamilton Q. Johnson that Af- 8 oz. Pkg. 7c
vel1lbe monument of the late Soverign noon Mrs. Imbach served them flant believe the Defendant liamll-
J. M. Alvarez I : Ada Baiaden, Sunday afternoon !I with ice cream and cake. The birth- Ion wenty-on Q. Johnson years I la; over the ac of Pure Fruit Flavored Gelatin Dessert
6. IA
In white which
cake feed on
April 22, at three-thirty o'clock day IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED ,
at Crosby Lake Cemetery. stood tour tlAy.ffUuc candles cen- hat you, Hamilton Q. Johnson D- SPARKLE : 6Pkgs. 25cIONA

Everybody Is invited especially all tered the dining,,table. are endant hereby In ordered thl. cause to,appear be and to you the ,

members of the Woodmen Circle. Bill of Complaint filed herein on the "
(Signed) Nettle Mann, 7th day of May A. D. .l':3I: otherwisehe .
;. h
alienations' of I will betaken
4 Guardian. Say it with Flowers a. confeened by you. TOMATOES I
2 Cans 25c
f Ella Strickland, '.< ,It IT 19 FURTHER ORDERED that ,
SUWANNEE 'STORES Seer, ( ,"- LI .. ..>f .J his Order b. published one .a week
r for four consecutive weekly Issues TENDER ,:.
Brfnson- Wedding Flower For All "f Bradford County Telegraph a
ur er
"' ..91 weekly wnpapr published at ASPARAGUS TJPS ,Picnic Can lOc
the. County of Bradford and Slat of ,; ,
Specials tot Week Ending April 20th &: 21st.: Solemnized April 8; lark*. In the County of Bradford .
and State of Florida. ION A-Plalnor S. R. "U Ib. Bag. 24 lb. 48 Ib. Baf
Of Interest to wide' .-
circle of T
Over 200 Suwanne Stores Serving the Southland a 'LI WITNESS my hand and official "
friends throughout Florida and ....1 a* Clerk of said Circuit Courtat FLOUR
t Georgia was. the marriage of Mlsa GODBEY Starke.6th day Bradford of April.County. D. 134.Florida.this 49c 95c 1-85

BOOSTER SELF-RISING FLOUR Loyselle Louise Turner daughter KINLAW A. J. THOMAS. -
= of Mr. and Mra. Al Clerk of Twenty-Sixth' Judicial ''
V. Turner
of ;
PHONE 40 Circuit Court. In and for SPINACH Del Monte No. 2 Can 15c
12 lb., _47c' 24 Ib.__90c 48 lb.$1.751; this city, to William Thomas Brln- ,. Bradford County, Florida. /2
son. Ion of Mr. and Mra. B. H. 811 Church St. Starke Flo. H. S. WILSON, COLD 'STREAMPINK :
Solicitor for Complainant.
MILK, Carnation, 3 tall or 6 small cans 19c Brinson of Valdoata, Ga. the cere- ... "II A 4-6IStS-4! SALMON Tall Can 12c

Pure Vegetable Shortening lIb,. can 3 Ib.cat

GRAPE JUICE, Welch'. Pasteurized. : RITZ THEATRE SNOWDRIFT; 13c 39c

'PINTS ..,_ _17c QUARTS' ____.33c Mitchell's StoreWELCOMES ; ,
l MALT SYRUP,:Blue Ribbon, 3 lb. can 55c

SALAD OIL, Armour's, .

.1 Pts.._ 15c Qts...25c % 'GaJ45c]: 'Gal.70c T.Visitors KVERY WEDNESDAY.II D"'Y.SATfBDAT MO: DAY. ::: .14 oz. Bottle.. I5c

i RICE Fancy Blue Rose APPLE BUTTER t SUM p. M. DIXIE CRYSTAL,, '1',' ,

,6 5 Ibs..9?__________. 2.Jc White House 38 OL __17e to the Festival' t4 DAH.Y-TtS NIGHT SHOWS mm* Vie, P. M. SUGAR ;' 5 pounds, 24c

.SUNDAY...,.........ie<> p. ...
lti SALMON Tall Pink APPLE SAUCE \> ,

.2 for,, ..!;.----:_- _25e White House No. 2. ..__lOa and PROGRAMWeek TEA, Our Own Blend, % lb. Pkg. 17eSITNNTFIEU

f StarUnc FrIday April XO
It Ii; DILL PICKLES SYRUP Pure Georgia 3 > \

'". L 2 OL Jar __..______...15c Can. N0. 10. ____SOC Methodist Conference Delegates "Looking FRIDAY forTrouble" ANN OATMEAL DmClom, i P/ lb. Pkg. 7e

1, PRUNES'Fancy 60'to 70' REEF Archer Brand PAGE -PUBB GRAPE

t ; Z lb .,____________J5c Corned No.. I, ____,_?16elhqISHickory t Jack Oakto. Speaeer'TraoJ'eoa JELLY, Z| IHt. jars 35cGrandmothers

t Cmnmlncm, .
cured.: WHITE MEAT best grade;; ArttM JudgeSATURDAY' ,
t r" u
"iiJ lb. __ 16e Ib. .. ___ lOci .,
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,Really FreshCOFFEE
8IDES. Jllcko..,. Cured. VINEGAR pure apple defer We have "One is
never sed and never,; will useCUTRATE Guilty"Ralph Fresh Plain
Ib. ___-__-________ 13c Gal. In bulk. ___ 25eh BeOiuny. Shirley Grey sliced

r SOUPS American Beauty I-AIL& Ten Qt:Gal'vanled. DRUGS j r fin SUN. MON. And Tt1ItS.I BREAD. xrl 7c U Qroond B fere Your Cyw
A ,;i' tomato or .'Yet''Z tor15e Each ______ _'2"t -
,, .- filling prescriptions. I 'Flying Down to Rio'Dolores SILVER BROOK PRINT OR O'clock, lb. 19c I I"SUMMeOow

SOAP I Del Rio, Gene Raymond AP FANCY TJPB -
b\\; BARGAINS I Fred Astalnt Ginger RogersUDNESDAT

;40'1; .. OCTAGON t SOAP OCTAGON POWDER I i Red'Circle, lb. 21c
e 2 for .__>*..HE>sns 1--r%>VV 2 foFr -Ge i MITCHELL DRUG STORE I !: BRW-- "Blek-raU Steaded"
"Three naer\ '
:SUPERSUDS, OCTAGON CLEANSER i -j I on a tit ;:::: BOb-. Ib.25c
ii Jc
; HoneymooSNlght [ '
'S for ,....______-_-;;25e each _?_. _.._...;....;__._ 5e Thirty'' ears i CUUIIII'. .... \1gerae. Wlrey"
your druggist.,, i
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"" 'tJJJLL LINE OF :BULK GARDEND. I Johnny Black Brawn
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Street.: f.. 5e Nrr Item3: e4"'em.vrwss ; twnweaalassa'W STARKE; FLORIDA
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a. dtarasstila ]f1. sat: xn. .ears awe -ant.rasa =.<<..= ,
d' P.' M. Brttdet aout Mr. sat Yes':',Sir t.aa.aalrw. athr'Isre-.ee awe.,5ae peumies. irise"4.
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were vuzton *ere Staaday.Mr. : .wla t.. ap.-.. :i:!: MUSTARD TOMATO ..
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Sirs TOBSajst" IXOaaxJtierty UfXOt :. 'L. t Qt. .. _ _ tOe: Hand Padied 3 No. 2a.ns 2ScPJCXI..ES '.
aad Mr*.. JL C. Hoover aaJ art two cftAAreaiMaxfic at race rit...ate is am en .... 6as..Cr. tIDC---
Mrs.P. it.Sparfcaaa were vSaators amt. Mr. sat Mxs.X :Dol' i 7Sst'IMe
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anti eat; ltr W. E. Dsa arty Ji.we ti Soo rdrift
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BOO. PauL 3tL. wo taitti.m to' evonl days wire -net -- .Is IDra.6.etrf
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Carlyle Rite of Chfeaffa.: H, 1.- days at SV Litersloerleal l 5M. 1 as5aeet n.e arDSs.a +truw.da that J: Let oagskg
airs aeaa'a eCswsr -mw5eaC TSrw aw awccnet bsae emir let t'H;
U enjoying a Mitt here WiIJIL afe i Je auawSSe 1ut'--. et ssD .mfryr fire S.'Aw..r d .
parents. ],(r. aD! lira. X IL Stteh. :wbne be 1Ia4 m .paste pen) sir 5555 5a. __ a. c.- : xnmxt&rwhen I PEANUT: BUTrFRi GRAPE JAM. Lh.Jar 14c
-al Slsss'eaeto
-.1. ynaee Zwt2b
fanned as kte )semi wk3 let,I t an salts ate e.Oeee*aawweiB 1 e4tahTrtm semis as Mr Igor gym.iar Lh..Jar 13c 2Lh.Jxr 2Sc s
:urn Jama a.ee fill AaetsSe- beetae iaf ccea Con ttasiltt -I''.eras M w'meet-Me 555 sire-a -

TWit, aped! la* ___--" IB Starke .1 toe pick to ttof atreee3 .a ale ass -- MIlK-_l I WdB I>JM iMHll I3sea auera.t '

with Mr.tt sat Yrs Jo.eps c. -.-, .:,mr want-+.t4.eb e tee tr.st5.Lac.etl'mr-- tree lead net a.er! IjjTBwa Swasyer Scat COCONUT pq.] Sc OAT FLAKES Pfc*:. 6c "'

ti. "'it +I"Id -G. ltay'd Per- 4- Paw--t r.64r't alvw4s =!
ream a.a tar r..e.l' .s -
ciaa. wiD eddies Doe Sdaiar tisa ear- I .ran arasr.r'e,I $39S I

:urn Jaaae T. Moon eff Plat l to* BL B SL today. tFebtsyl at fnmmr.1'. ''** ar.at as -ass I '..rJfl.em. 5e.! 1, SWwCORN: ,Ilia.2 caD lee TENDER:. PEAS No.2 can JOeID.SPlSACH

City and Mr* G. W. Roberta ofvtatton 'batt ,ceretodt. ka One adiool a ibt I IIsI. +.&ft.lJf tat._' Maas nee.rre.tee.- wearer mawe New Wash Frock

Lswteyr west bete :Sitar : Mr.Ray taackt ta Ole ,lsiaW amt a..ssrepasL 4....-.... rd,, "
sad take mini flare esi alswar Gsareafrm.I Oi..teeBU. aaal Tai Ncx.2 can lOc HITTER'S BEANS. 4. for 17c
,hiO here yean arts. I .. +I&.tf. .51555 a.ewaatad $fF
day.A :great Intend. fa the popOa ft Ole .r1 tease awl nrssa .*', S1JS5

son was Dots. to Mr. aad Sirs; B.H. So. .ea.a.-'d ew+ rs i asi. -a. l11b arse amt s.freesm. .-

Carl Johns eat Saturday, tie liUi ws rt.-- Jae. sir (tlr t1a.t tCtasL.e.b ;:; RICE 5Pa 22C'JEWEL BEANS 5l:

but He has been Baaed Cart La- Mr., sad Sirs, R. A.Tbomaa spit (7latrsel: E. ,t s. Monaaagwteaar Ho ery a k '
with Paid Pto mar. hut :"....y tn Pmiatka. .
aDd' "as. maws
Ibdr moo. Herb Tbomaa. ... seralsswTiT1's

it n. C. F.Boyer ef JacbsaaDIIMr: atteekdedtbe baseball came bets TV ire r...rcraUe St aaaeai d7a.a.': '' S\\"Fr SALAD
..a.c.D' I OIL Pint ISc Qt. 29c GaL 79c
was In Stark abaxftay vtattSajr her j ta Palatka Aisles atUeb Tlas .. t. adrfara '
i __.. d w seS
M a Is s..n+ ssre
parent ],(r. sad Sirs .L c. 2.....1.1DlDg. their ace to ma-cer. end __lan_ &rstte'a h ...V.welart Sails Made to Order

!I the Ha-r-a-Tampa team at Gainer, t. tM. -aetl.a....c. .I-..-.. Lea.h -.,' 'That Fit ALL HOURS COFFEE ft 19c Charmer Coffee Lb.. ISc
tile dell .
rflle. They also attended M pee ter ore ...re wa rp ietre.
Mr. and t the Azalea rare .se.wr- rriear.d as J.
and lira H. UL Toaff catioa: cereinr tf o III < OO
eat treat teat sae tet 5 Dear I LETTUCE Each 7 l2cCELERY. BANANAS 3 UM. lOc
Mr. and Mra H. J. TOHaanarfatt- s-1. ........_. lsr sea .a5r. t.... t wt5'Se -n.-- tiOe:' tee rhg s51te' ____ >r q x.e'
ed the Azalea Gardeaa at Falatka +...rd a o.Twat ...'swa Hr as.arms
W'IUo e.. 1_. tt.t I' Slit "I't.tFy4tt'aaaavi _.tnuerr -
Sunday.Mr. :Idea Haad NMtetow. baa a San ratan fOI ...___scrt-, aca..-..ans.Trfr a.. Slm-' Each __7>&c GRAPEFRUIT. 3 for :. 'YOc .
aver linen bere! tree l ae .rd liar s.eeati.a ssfe NM
; reaaovndlta; ...... 55dir sisal airs'
aDd Miss W. w. Pace wad FjWnVS. Bwpttal. JaduwaTtae I ..__ly.i6ad I as S.Mew arse ar ryes of Meet mire ate 9aasbrsrp! Fart. TOMATOES Lb. 71-2c: PRUNES 2 Lh.. ISc
110I1, of Jacksoe41l6e. wire wmdceodguests where abe reeeaUy oaderweait aaaraeodix tiara I-U- I h.eeese t
,T.a Ia5atr -. ra,..i M I.- that '"

W. H. Strothv.of her parcsta,Sir and Sir* operaUoavyv I a war na-a aria 555 ell Mw-.s+.ess sad: M tsc6Lla5 P.tts TO sots AT : ORANGES. Dow __ ___: lOc APPLES. 2 Pits _. __ __ IScPILLSBURYS

riewN ..... a5ni..re err w'srsae :
ors. IJJa Cairn: at St. .uc-- --" sad a.-'asst a- the
Mr. aDd Yn Prerder: SIaar sad tIDe to the get dt ber --bllla-!, fto i ___- .- ... ... STERNBERG'SSforftr. :
two children aDd Mrm Card Shaw slid doucbter. Dr. aad Mra. f. L.E .' -.- ... .. -- BEST (LOUR Octagon
.c: q s5mdit:>;
of FUiford. were Tirftors bare Saturday ct- at their .rokSeae oat Wat- C= C.RTTUE3L.F&MI Fltiff.

aftenot-i net street I ( Pto
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Col. IL v. ICIIf got and BtaW BedI< __ iIu\
little .ADdn7 rT
24 Ib. $1.19
Attorney A.. 3L Crew.spent mftcf- blue rpeed4eli the wtat.eIr here with P.lcitYou
a1 days fat Macdenay Jut week ber'graodparewla. Mr.wad Jte* A.; v.Jr | 5

attending CSrcatt Court. I P. Ysals at their hneae eat Cherry;

Stre.loft goaday aftres4d WELCOME VISITORS V

Sir and :Kra. T V taatfrm' by JIlL s-Js.tat bar home ta Roatparcata. t
pent aereral' la IBVO-MM lad .. .
day ___ x.-. atiw eke win joie Mr t 1IdUr' tn.I
week with Mr. Lams. pana )fr. and Mra. E. X. Bod- lAKE CALO

Mr.. and ],(n. J. A. Laadraaa. ; Jey. DnriBC her aty 4 Starts.&.. to> the i :+ CAN cabs .... .... ....

ray baa.avade. asaay Crfeada aad
will be greatly anl.ir... Mra. Saala!' BALLARD'S

sin peal thin auk-and aa Wlarteav ...,' STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL

[GENT A WORD% D.C.wits MSai Arils Sryd-.: 1

COLUMN .the r of Otcrry tCeodyMffl Soam MA se.dl.a. ,. alteetTg!I .; x _! OBELISK

-4c.::: >.+-
LOsT.. strayed or. Haifa, two '

maJe pointer doe ooe sad twoYears Buying DrugsBlixdfolded I s u.& 12 UU. M the
old reapecttvefy. White with

liver spa and fully tfcfc-nw4 ', While in town call'at the Starke Hardware. I 33c 63c S1.19 for 25c

One baa eaOar with aaaae rMott.Ployd > .. *' "

Craws, Btark FlorVlathereoe i '

or tnf -oroaUaai wm reward to rbera-etraata.tat tetra ''A mat Folly needs in our line. I

f en.BtadJAt" )I'kI IIII. ..
KEN WANTED Let Rainca ....., lJrsJ.m she aLSYrlpa Company & Furniture Company for your

routes la Pataam Couaty. Mark. .wirpolril. .tieaekeitltriet

Write IJUMdtafet*. Itaarle<.,..0.. _.. -

7A- Mcmpeta. Ta .. .. ....-..... LINE OF COLD LUNCH MEATS
valuable FULL
IbM lr';=. .... 7e. .. :.. a esw We will redeem your soap coupons A :

.'fur t.l Says A1tpe.. r tat


Paper' and sliced abeeta ea tale -"-Q' ties '.,lltfl. .. .1 PAYUS A VISrr'.J.
at the Telegraph atOoe. FBUM. Xt ..v Cwsir Sere' A+ir: a.Luz .

It raid her b-'. ails LIVER (beef lb. .. .12Yze SLICED BACON, lh ,22c
..of sbvatatt .
... ... .

,tore FOR bua 8AlTbree<9tac '. enraer city lot.: arrea JoO", ."I -J --. .."... .. rte.L.'si. STARKE HARDWARE COMPANY SPARE RIBS,,' Ih. .- 24C- ; Pork Shoulder Roast Ih. 12c

same bnuaa w r *e' an er part iJaI_ ; :- i

at Street Che toner Xafonnttirai tit tats: et sad bodar.Cherry Mr*. ; II s.ti ifU: .; 11 SAUSAGE MEAT, Ib. 12Yze.! PIG TAILS Jb. .. Uk ,

M-Tldnral,.. .2ft' ,,, P. Gassett. Mgr '" .1"- _
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.. Ib. .12Yze NECK BONES lb. 7!
t45rdtse a.._sew pats n/. ..,-.r.. .. J t f-

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-- homicide was the verdict of a quantity of bass 'and other
Hints To Housewives IfiIIiIIpq coroner's jury which a few hours fish, which the men had In grun
citrus the!
later freed the prominent possession.

FARMERS SECTION I Weakly from-Hater Demonstration t LIVE STATE NEWSNews grower. .. Japanese' scientists-t have__loon

Specialist, TallahasseeBE SEINERS CAUGHT evidence that catfish become nel
DeLand, Fla.-Illegal' seining In vous and Irritable at least sU houl
BETTER BUYER of Florida In Short Paragraphs before an earthquake. |
Conducted by Demonstration Agents A Volusia county waters received .

temporary setback last night when A Belgian scientist,
has dUc"ov
When Buying/ Jteady- -\V ar
Roy J. Osteen, conservation
game ed a means of
III "---"' II --- ... Clothing made of durable mater lll\Pr!\ --- --- --- ...... officer, arrested three white men monds green by making subjecting yellow dll
Ial may cost more but will wear them
l at Lake Dexter near here, and confiscated radium emanations-
better and be more economical in TO INVESTIGATE and Intelli- l green dl'
consider, thoroughly
Rural People Want a 1500-foot: net and a large monds are very rare.
the long run, Look at the qualityof
RURAL Tallahassee, Fla.-State Treas- gently, major changes that may be
x Modern Conveniences all the fabrics in the garmentyou urer W. V. Knott today was namedto necessary In the taxing systems of

l COMMON SENSE 1 seams are, the buying.stitching Notice, and the reinforce-width of investigate reports reaching, our cities, counties and districts.: oI--- ___ _"_00__._ ... _'__ _,
Governor Sholtz that some coun- e
And Beauty in Home .PVD.roIlN.ONENTEUFRISF.
By ments at the places of hard wear
ties are not using: 87 1.2 per cent PERFUME FROM GRAPEFRUIT
These details show good or bad
of state aid school funds for
t Tallahassee, :Fla.-Rural peopleof workmanll lp. They count as muchas pay- St. Petersburg, Fla.-Turning
: OFTEN IS ment of teachers, as required. the old skins into rare
of Florida are anxious to have style and becomlngness toward grapefruit ,
more beautiful and more convenient KILLED!: BY OUTSIDERS making the purchase satisfactory S perfumes is the next big chemical
farm homes. This fact is emphasized If the garment is made at. home, MANY GET PARDONS move of the American citrus industry -
in the results of the farm From the early days of gold min sometime more durable materialand Tallahassee, Fla.-:-Clemency In I Nothing like grapefruit will t -
housing survey which was conducted ing In this country, a "strike" In better workmanship can be various forms including' pardons, these odors be. They will be violets,
in eight typical Florida countiesand anything that meant a little mon- obtained even if the money cost paroles, reprlevies, commutations rose, hyacinths and possibly even WHILEYOU ;
rural ey or profit has been the signal of sentence and restoration of citizenship blossoms of Flor-
covered more than 13,000 Is the same or a very little less. the very orange
for mad scramble of all classesof was extended to 314 '
a ida and California's best.
homes. Clothing should be fitted so It Is
I to In the "kill"' by the State Pardon
people get on sons I
One question asked each family comfortable when the wearer Is per-I' -- ARE
In most cases the Inevitable result session last week.HKTTI.NO j,,
walking and sitting, ATTACKER
interviewed during the survey con : as well as KILLS CHILD'S .
has been that so many people got -------- --- ,
i? cerned the use the family would standing. It must be large enoughso Bradenton, Fla.-As he walked
r make of $::500, should the family be Into the game that there was no It will not be subject to undue IS ESTIMATED down the street under police guard IN TOWN 1I'
able to accumulate thli amount for profit left for anyone. strains at the seams. Watch for Tallahassee, Fla.-Walter Don- I today a negro accused of criminally I
4- Gold rubhes went out of fashion ovan, secretary of the state racing
in counter white
expending on the home. In thirty- skimpy cutting bargain assaulting a young girl
o seven percent of the cases It was years ago, but "rushes" Into lines garments. A simple, becoming design commission, estimated today that was fatally shot by the child's father I I
found that first attention would of business continue unabated. Any well-fitted, will not look out $27,000,000 would have passed* Joe ){opman. "JustlflcableYou j
t be given to the inside walls, floors line of farming which proves prp- of date as soon as will a more Involved through the pari-mutuel betting i ji jt
and ceilings, and In twenty-seven fltable! is especially subject to being and elaborate one. Cheap, windows at Florida's horse and dog
percent of the replies the exterior "rushed" to the point of ex- conspicuous trimmings soon look tracks when the eeaaon ends Satur t
4a walls were listed first. tinction. Whenever the farmer flnds tawdry. Light-colored and fragileones day. BUY YOUR NEW
Roofs, water systems and I some agricultural enterprise that add to the cleaning difficulties -
screens, windows or doors, follow- begins to pay dividends In any attractive and cost of the garment. DIES OF BEE STING
amounts, outsiders of all Quincy, Fla.-Horace Harper, a BATHING SUIT
When .,
ed In the order of the expressions, Buying/ Cotton ,
classes soon begin to make plansto farmer In the Burleson
e community
; Jo
each item having been specified by Remember that cottons must be .4
{ plant the profitable crop. As a died shortly after he was stung bya ;
+ approximately twenty-six percent washed. If they will not wash satisfactorily -
91 result, in a short while the acreage honey bee. Harper was endeavor- C14pe
ry of the persons seen. Bath-room they are not worth buying iOwnership
h is Increased to the point where the Ing to hive a swarm of bees when
equipment same close behind, with Fabrics with fast colors cost
twenty-three percent production Is so large that the very little, Look for a color-fast he was stung on the neck. He went Sure We have the latest styles for men and women.
crop becomes unprofitable. to his house complaining from the
guarantee on the fabric are
Selection of additional rooms as you .
The outsider has made little paIn' and died a short while later
very purchasing. If it does not have such ... 1.HS wunt provmon you un make
the purpose for which money first Investment, having rented the land a label, take home a sample and y ---- lo uftguatd the fminca invatcd I, Also complete line of JVilson's Baseball Goods.
ti U would be used If only $500 were and hired the work done. He can test It. Loosely woven fabrics or DIVER MISSES POOL, in your property u Co obtain I
at hand was Indicated In twenty pull his stakes and go back to his those with loosely twisted yarns Lake Worth, Fla.-Lawrence .form AOEQUATV. fit* insurance in proptr i .
y precent of the cases regular occupation or else seek an- often shrink badly. Many cotton i Sullivan, 16, of Boston was fatal- I ,
Porches registered seventeen per other line of agriculture which maybe fabrics that have been shrunk are ly Injured when he slipped from With ihii protection your credit !itrnngibmrd
cent, sanitary facilities, sixteen profitable at the moment. The now available both In the piece and the top of the diving tower at the and your equity in the
percent, chimneys, twelve percent, genuine farmer who is In the business In ready-made garments. If you municipal casino here and plungedto I property nude 1lCUN. Bradford Hardware CompanyGREAT
electrlcty, eleven percent and lighting for a living is left to dig out buy these, you will not need to a concrete ledge about the swim! .nn.your,...,...pro6rmI ,..
systems, none percent. from under debts the best way be worry about how much allowance ming pool. He died'in the ambulance I Mm Cill.Mipnoworwnl -j

Furnishings were named in only can through several years of prl- ,should be made for shrinkage. They taking him to a West Palm HAROLD C. WALLINSURANCE
eight percent of the responsesand vatatton. are usually labeled "pre-sbrunk." Beach hospital.
built-in equipment In but five Florida Is particularly subjectto Avoid fabrics with yarns that .
percent. this type of chiseling, as some I are crooked and look as though CHURCH RAPS GAMBLING STARKE
w have called it. It Is not unusual they had been badly pulled out of Pensacola, Fla.-The Northwest FLORIDA Coo--- Ie -____,._ ___ ._'_____N.
it Milk, fruit and green vegetables for winter visitors, as well as residents place when the fabric was finished. Florida Presbytery went on recordas -
are good safeguards for family to rent some land and havea They may have been over-stretch "deploring the growing trend
%r Health. When every penny must crop planted. ed. If so, the cloth will spring backto toward all forms of legalizing
; count, Florida housewives are urged The farmer is entitled to make a its original smaller size when gambling, whether represented by
by the State Home Demonstration profit out of farming, his life pro- washed. Cottons that have been horse and dog racing, or other
k Department to buy first such fession. He doesn't rush madly into excessively starched or "filled" will means and devices of gambling"
things as milk, fruits, vegetables, banking, the law, the commissionor be sleazy and disappointing after The resolution added: "It is the
i breads and cereals. brokerage business, politics, even the first washing. I official duty and obligation of Governors SALE
legislators, judges and
preabcing or other professionswhen -
POLITICS AND SCHOOLS I State, County and officials
TICK BECOMING RARE they become alluring. In fact municipal -
; Tallahassee, Fla-The Florida many of these other professionshave Tallahassee, Fla,-Governor to put forth a sincere effort SEASON
State Livestock Sanitary Board licensing requirements to Sholtz said thai "many principals to: discourage every form of lawlessness _
predicts that within one the' safeguard them. and school officials, Instead of attending or any practice that may
year to their duties are running lead to lowering the moral tone
remaining tick Infested area of the around making ,of our citizenship." '
The first public clock was ordered speeches
{ state will be cleared and the costly He added that "this is TAX SURVEY
s for New York in 1718 and some-
i cattle tick which causes the 1764 the Sandy Hook thing the county school boards Tallahassee, Fla.-A taxationand
destructive Texas cattle fever, will ,was lighted for the first time. should stop, or else they should debt survey, now nearing completion DIXIE
,"Dfl entirely eliminated. When the Inl make deductions in salaries for under direction of state auditing BARGAIN STORE
-United States Department of Ag- The bride traveled in a the time the persons are away department, was describedby
rlcultiire undertook the problem 1 jjpt piece suit of Eleanor blue wool. from their duties. Governor Sholtz as material
tick eradication there were 728- making it possible for the state "to 228 E. CALL ST. NEXT THEv
ti V000 acres in 15 states infested. Today ( CLOVER FARM\ STORE > STARKE, FLA.
there remains only a limited
area In three states. The infested
,4 area in Florida comprises portions OPPORTUNITY ,KNOCKS AT YOUR DOOR

t, of Polk, Charlotte, Hlllsborough, ,
, Ptnellas, DeSoto, Hardee, Manatee


r1 Tallahassee, Fla.-Eugenic sterilization
of feeb'' minded persons, FEW KNOCKOUT
chronic alcoholics and chronic drug FOR YOU

/ addicts In Florida was recommended
to the State cabinet by Dr Arthur v 1

i Ruggles In his report on a 420 Pairs Women's Shoes in 175 Ladies' House and Street
survey at the Florida State hos
,pital. Governor Sholta said the report Oxfords, Pumps and high tops Dresses, all sizes and colors-
would be presented to the next
legislature "for its consideration." -to close them out $1 values to go in this

I for only, a pair ____2 5 C sale, eachw________ 5 Oc


\ 230 Ladies' High Grade 500 pairs Women's full fashion-

I Silk Dresses, latest style, all colors ed Hose in all latest shades, sold

and sizes, value $5 to at
t go everywhere
-:1: p this Sale for:,__ --- __2.95 $1 pr. to 4' f\

: 2 Dresses for ,$5.00 go at this Sale for.. __ VCx

Body fy Fitttr

: : 300 Ladies' Spring Hats in all Girls Dresses and Hats to match

; .\ \4 ea M Y M Y rBuiok's colors and styles-$2.00 valueslatest styles for spring and

to go at this sale for summer value $1 in
9 5 ,
only ____ C 49c
--------- this sale each
1934 reception once, thorough-going dependability _____

eSlfciba Selector sire iii strikingly resembles and saety..greater ease and conven
the insistent demand of ience. These desirable
never sold/ or lest than an audience for advantages are Men's Dress Shirts, Men's All Wool Dress Men's Summer odd'
an enexpressed in the new Knee-Action
all sizes
and colors
I lOc. Yop now can buy core from a favorite star. Led by an gliding ride as! only Buick gives it, in Suits, some value $15, Coats Seersucker
the tarn/size and quality of Buick owners, all the automatic $1.00 values to go value
army public starting and other new features or Linen Coats,
for S Juajthink, long is far surpassing previous enthusiasm in finer smoothness and quiet, at this sale__... 69c to go at this sale $4 to $5 at this

n Havana and irnjaortcd tobacco for Buick. Everywhere the talk about with greater power. 2 Shirts for__$1.25 for --- ----..._$5.95Men's sale for each, $1.00

>s: for only Sci { silt Buick is! turning into a flood buying ,
>f /
on a FLOR de KIEC&A s>
When come to take first ride Work Shoes in Boys' Linen Seersucker -
h., to-get the ntott you your Buick builds this year's cars in the M en SHIRTS or ,

xf youroney in a Buick, you will find-in whichever size you want to buy-119-, 128-, and Shorts best make Black or Tan, Leather Suits, sizes
eve >oughr.N ,
type and size you prefer to buy-stunning IJ -inch whe lbase. All have the'sama Sole, all sizes, $2.50 10 to 17 years, val

\k ,1.Lewl.Clear w rk Mfa, N.Co.J..Makers new beauty and luxury. There is high excellence, the same flashing performance 50c value-to go at values to go at this sale ues $5 to go at this

also new engineering progress a the same famous depend- this sale, each..23c for pair
!aideMELBA broader incorporation of fine peTonnability, the same advanced features. ? ___ $1.89 sale for suit_..,$1.00

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cemetery possibly went to hell? W., Monroe Charley and Charney CARD OF THANKSWe ![>**rrl.".. *.'. T n A Owner Amnaae fr
Jesus said "The road to heaven Is Garrett of Macclenny, four daughters I o
wish to express our thanks Lot. 4, 8. e. T, of Blk 10. ''t '
a narrow road and not many peapie Rosa Stevenson of Marietta, ',
and appreciation to our many Livingston Truby A CNs b
travel It. The way to hell Is Sarah Starling of Lawtey, Valley friends Addition to stark In ,
who kind and
n _x a wide road and many there be were so : WV4\ of N '4u.U 8 22 Livingston Truby A Co.. S.4S

who travel this road to destruction 1\I.\IL sCHEDULE EFFECTIVEAPKIL thoughtful of us during our recent Lots 1, 2, 13. 14 of talk 28 '
t bereavement. We appreciate the LIvliiifMton' Trubv A Cue

S ;" CMIJ. b i Imp unto< T 'eel' ". ali&bt* unto 11I1 Htk-Psala 119-.10S.: are ."only The two Bible places is explicit.in eternity.There -8, 1034 floral offerings very much., WV4 Addlt\ of Inn NKH to .._statk________In__28 I SS J. n. Mooro.. w--=-_---__-- 17.4S

Train No. Mall Closes Mrs. Charles Overstreet Lots 6, 1, of Blk 19. LlvInimtoii -
:;;- dnfiJt.: u. All religious teaching. doctrine or Heaven and hell. The Christian 11 Parcel post. South 8:40 and Family., I Truby A Co'a
U7 pIQr1 creed, if they are to have claim goes to heaven and the sinner foes : a. m. I Addition to Starke: In ,
and devGtlOft 01 the must bain harmony any with to hell. Heaven and hell are sep- 107 Letters & 'Special Wit\ of NEVi.. __________ __28 8 12 Mabel Helen :Merreau. 1S.4S

the love ofeeuus peepler Into Delivery South ____ Lot. 6 e. T. 8 t. 10 of Blk
IJICII chings the Christ whose every fold and crevios arated by an impassable gulf. The : a. m. Trucks represent thirteen per SI Livingston. Ttuby A.

: hear..tJ BDd lfShm: U w*" *W ln lobo 7:46."NEVER MAN Bible teaches that "there is no 1 Letters & Parcel Post cent of all motor vehicles, and pay ('it's Addition to atark"' '

el LIKE T n19 other name given under heaven South _______... 6.00: p. m. twenty-five per cent of all motor In WVu\ of NKVi________-28 8 22 Frank Morgan" _-..___ 12.4SS1.4S :
12 Parcel Post & Letters taxes. Lots 1, .. S of Rlk 1. Llv-
of Bradford and Union countle are Invited to UM this deJ among men whereby we may be Itiwaton, Truby Co'a
uior* North __ '_i.______ 3:00 .
: p. m. Sub
church organizations and UUlO_ saved the of Jesus." -dlvlsiou of NK% of
1'' nt for f'cely' given and no charge made-tho only requirement The Bible except teaches name that "He that 108 Letters& Special Delivery.._ Quito, tho capital of Ecuador Is NKVi _..__._________.___S3 8 S2 Annie Williams._______ t

.... space North .__:-__.___ 8:40 All Blk S, Llvlnnnton, Tru-
Items reach this O current Wednesday morning hath the son hath life. He that : p. m. less than twenty miles south of the by A Cu'e "Hubdlvlalonof t '

:g:: .-Ttht.r. cannot bo handled for Issue.CHURCH hath not the son of God hath not 2 Letters &'Parcel Poet :equator and Is the largest city near NKVi: of NHVi\ _________28 8 S3: Annie Williams6.18 J JTruby

I North ____________ 6.00: p. m. the equator. Sly Cf Blk ft, Llvln trm,
.. life. It teaches that "the wages ft ('o's "Siil.-dtvl.
Starke & Bell .
DIRECTORY of sin is death but that the gift Branch Ion of NEV4 of NBVt! ___S8 8 IS Unknown __......_____ 8.1S p t
IT.UtKI Mall closes ._.____?_ 6.50: a. m.' The Sunday school pupils of America Lot S, a or NV4 of nik 5, n
of Is eternal life Jesus
God through Mall arrives _________. i5o: p. m. are numbered 22,000,000. Livingston Truby Co'. ,,,,
Baptist Church Christ, our Lord." "" -AlvUlon of NKV4! of ? ,
Flint Pastor. BOB JONES "- NbiH: ___._____._____....SS 6 SS Louvenla nober*on..___ (.., )'
Price "" ---- -
Key. C. B. of -- Ely: ot tack e and tots I. 8 'T )ruf
Sunday School, 10:00: a.m.; A. J.nomas There Is a gravitation In I I.WELCOME Ilk T and Lots. I. I Df "I ,
Superintendent. the spiritual world. The rich man Ink 8 and all Ulk. 9, 10. 'i' ,)
Livingston TrubY" .
Co' .
Worship, 11:00: am. OMMENTS didn't go to hell just because he S"I>-dlvl.lon of NIoI\, of ; '

Morning 6.45: p.m. ON had money and the poor man didn't TO STARKEHere's NEt4 .___ .------_______. 6 12 Llvlnceton. Truby & Co.. 1.8' ; .
B Y. P U., : 'I W sa rt of 1.0'" 3. 4. of Blk
i RenW Worship, 8:00: o'clock. HERE A*. go to heaven Just because he was Ir.. and \V .8 ft of Lots '
service, WednesdaY broke The rich man went to his I. 4, of ilk 18 sni, I :\ '

Midweek 8:00: p.m.prayer HEREAFTER.Jesus place and the beggar went to his hoping you enjoy every minute of the anti 1..01.Ely I of, I Lute of Ulk I, tutRik 17' J\Jof
), place. Heaven Is a place and hells 18, 1.lvh'1I8toll. 'rrll' !!
by & Cu's Nub.dlvlelunto &
Church Of Christ a place, but these places are Itark.: of l'i' 1101:\, ofN1at U'
Christian) said, A certain rich man what they are because of the pea Strawberry Festival'VIEN ___________________18 8 sa Dora .Al11ern'an' _________ its '4
(First Pastor. died and was burled and In hell he ple who are there. A sinner would Lot. 3, 4 of talk 11. 1.lv. "
K. Earl Voiles lifted his being In tor \ Ingston T..uby a Co''
up eyes : He wouldbe
n't be happy In heaven.
8 "h-dlvl.lon
Sunday, April : of NEofNEy. !
Services for ments." That Is not like the average out of step. He would sing off HUNGRY OK THIRSTY-VISITKITTY'S _______________-_. __118 8,12 A. O. Jenkins.5.46 "I
Bible School, 10:00: a.m. funeral sermon. I often wonder Lots I; >> o. Ji1o) of Dlk U.
He couldn't stand the decency.
key. (
and Communion 11:00: 1.lvln..ton.'rrllby oI: CD' '
Worship what would be the effect If the There would be no night In whichhe Sub-d Ivl..h.n to "Iao'k.OJ' '

fJII. preacher at a funeral should say could hide to commit sin. I NIi4 of N114---------25) 5 II I\laml Dell___________ 10.41Dlk

Evening Worship, 7:30.: something like this: "My friends, speak reverently. If a drunkard LUNCHSinclair a 211.t'n's Livingston//Iub-IIvl.l"n: Truby tlIIItal'ke > I

Welcome. I am sorry to say it, but from went to heaven just as he Is In of N 1J'! of NIl.,55 I 8 II Joe Hogan ____________ 10.11Dlk '

Methodise-: ChurchRev. what I know about the deceased this: world, he would look for a Service Station an ex, lots Truby 3. oI 4.: I.lv.1IIIIIton bb's. ,l

and from what I know about the should .
bootlegger. If a gambler Nub! -dlvlriun to HI""k"
B. M. Montgomery, Pastor. Bible I am afraid this poor fellow step off this planet into heaven 223 Temple Ave. 24-hour Service of Nli:1 ofNE(4------28.. 6 12 Livingston, Truby'" Co._ 8.41
School 10 a.m. Lot I 0 IUk 81. Livingetnn .
Sunday 11:00 has gone to hell. He didn't live likea just as he Is, he would try to get Trilby" ('u'. Subdlvialon I
:Morning worship at a.m. Christian and as far as I know, If politician I. tHal'ke of
Young People's Meeting-6:30 Christ as Into a poker game. a godless ..------------------,--. Nuys: of NIJ'4! ______ .______18 8 U D. L. Lloyd---------: __ 11.4' ,
trusted Jesus
he never should step out of the un ', r
Ln'' I, 4 0. Suf of Itlk 115.
[ P. M. his personal Savior. I wish to extend derworld of an American city and Livingston, 1ruby &Co'
Evening Worship-7:30: P. M. to the bereavedones. he Is hewouldn't //Inb-llvl.I.: to IllHko!
sympathy go to heaven just like NOTICENotice of NLIy uf Nil...._________ t 12 ONcAr Dell.-------____ 6,46Hlks
is awful thing to havea because he could
It an be happy !7 66 Livingstnn I .
I Presbyterian Church loved one die and go to hell." not organize the angels and the I Is hereby (given that the following land will li.. cold< at public Truby'& ltu's Nub-divl .
Rev. George H. Lowry Minister. auction on the First Monday. In May 1914, It being r the Tth day of alil.. .Ion to tltark. uf NEON'
redeemed to put over dirty political month, before the court house door at Starke, In Bradford County, State of of NJ,) .. ___ :_.______..._18 0 12 A. O. ,Jeukln._____..____ 10..1 q
Services next Sunday as follows: Did you ever drive down a coun- schemes in God's eternal city. Florida, or *o much, thereof aa. will ba nete*>"ry to pay the amount due for Bile 4.. Llvlngston Truby ;
10:00: A. M.-Sunday School, T. cemetery and ---C tare.. net opposite the came, together with the coat of such ale and dvertlalng oI: Cdr /Iuh-dlvl..lnn/: tuStarke
and .
try road pass'a of of S U A. O. Jenkins5.15 lFrccl
Williams superlntendant. HENRIETTA GAKRETT NEi! NW'4.18 -
CARL JOHNS, Tax Collector.
Worship look at tomb stones and the ,. Blk I. Temple's Ad.dition .
A. M. Morning ;
11:00: Mrs. Henrietta Garrett, widowof Dcncrlpllnn Bee, T II A Owner Amount 10 tllark" In Nul'
sermon by the pastor. mounds and stop to think that of NW}, ...rulV1t\ of

7. P. M. Christian Endeavor. Topic whose bodies sleep In the the late Wm. Garrett, died at Heir 6 i4 ft \V of NI5 porof NIiJ4V of Ity _______.__21 0 12 I. O. Powell----------_ 11.46 53
some SKt: 4 of NK'4 and run Lots 18, If of Ulk 12. Ten,.
"The Place of Prayer In Christian home of her daughter, Mrs. XV ft '.
: the: IBM S lOft ft. K JBW ,la's Addition t. tltarken 1' ;
Living", Leader Mrs. Nathan beheld them and last Fri- CoVn'JoBft'Vo'f I / b..N' .28 Starling M C<>Sr_______.(, 11-45 NI II. of NW'4 and I
saved? But Jesus Sarah Starling at Lawtey, NFJ-cor-or- w'., of NIJ\! W nf Hy28 s 12 S. It Osborn.---. ______ $1.45 oL f ,
| Prevatt. said unto them, With men this Is day night after a long llllness. Mrs. H5"i! of NE: 4 and run W nil... G or llik 14. 1'.1111" rpies
8 P. M. Evening Worship; 420 ft. S105fg16420ft.! Addition to NtarkeI
I Impossible but with God all thingsare Garrett was 80 years of age and BV.iertroVi5.Wfr.Twtf-M J. J. Kella.._____________ 1.40 I,, NI'U4 of NWt' and
long and sermon. possible. Then answered Peter all her life 'vii, of NEI4 W of -._,18 8 12 C. A. 1"utch" ____.:._____ UI
A cordial invitation to .all our and said unto him. Behold we have had spent practically of NWVi of 8EH4 of NhIVi-28 t 12Jo""phlne Glover ,to____... 818 Lot 7 of nJk 13. Tenlplo'
In Baker County. Lot H and fracl of lot ,
I services extended to all. part Addition to Ntarke 111
forsaken all. and followed thee; Burial service was conducted at C Ulk 1 bring B21&( ft N NIIJ'4 of NW'4 and W\1t\
? and''Shy110ft13andV' ___________ 1.4'
What shall we have therefore with of NNh: W of ----- 0 12 C. A. Futch.
Macedonia Cemetery Sunday alRo com at NW cor of Lot 8 of Ulk 11. .['o", !>I,,'. .
SUNDAY SCHOOL And Jesus said unto them Verily the Rev. W. R. Rhoden officiating. Innd owned by .T. OTurner Addition tn lit II I'k. IIINI
I' unto that ye which have on Cherry Rt and nf WI1tof f
say you Mrs. Garrett Is survived by six run N on said Bt 62<4 ft Nit% Wof Raud _18 8 12 C. A. Futch.-____________ 1.01 '
followed me, In the regenerationwhen sons, Frank Garrett of Starke n JIO ft to Church. St. Son Lots 18,14 of Silk 8i,Peek's ,
LESSON the son of man shall sit In the< Garrett of Lawtey George Ciiurrh at II'ft W Adlltinn to Clarke In ryo,
Louis 110 ft tn beaOrlgrinal: NWy. of NWl4 N of 6th al
throne of his glory, ye also Town nf HtarkA In. NEV" __ _U II Futcl Ickllt.r_,. ...1 ,

For April 22nd., 1934. I I sit upon the thrones. Judging the }--" ......----.. of SW% _._:.as 8 U 3. O. Turner _________ 8UO Lute I, 8, 7. I nf calk 3.J. '
twelve tribes of Israel. And every Lola S, 4. e of hlk I an ex. n. Alvarez Addition toNlarke '
tended on Enaey Slap M of Madlsnlt and
Subject:: Our all for the King. one that hath forsaken houses, or Priceson Original Town of Stai ke. W of __._-._- 8 U Louvenla V. Dowllnlf__ 11,41
| dom. mothers, or wife, or children, or Special In NKVL of HW14-c-t-dtras e U Cha. Crutchfield___ 19.45 Lots 1, f, ;:nJtTI: of Lilk 1.
Lot 1 of Blk 4 a* e WFnn' Addition to
blessedto lands, for my name's sake, shall receive on Knnev Slap Original NW'4 of NW'8 0 12 n, F. V"mor..t___ .1.1
Golden Text: "It Is.more and hundred fold, and shall Town of Starke In N1CV4! Lot.l.k r'n1J Wynn.

give than to receive." Acts 20: life. But many of BWW"' --__-._28 < a2W.. n. Park._________ ".48 Addition In "'tarka' IIINWI' C
inherit everlasting .____ .11
35. of ark I '4 Orla-lnal. uf 8W4------------U S U V.rna n.mor..t
that are first shall be last; and the REFRIGERATORSAnd Town of Slarke, In NEVi\ Late If, 9, 10 of JUk I. r
Lesson Text: Acts 19: 13-30. last shall be first. of SWV .. -_____________28NW 9 S2 II. A. Bishop-----__.- IS.II WHtsrke ynn's A".lIlIon tu
Time and Place: March A. D. 29: Lota 6, 8 of nik 6. OriginalTown : I In HWI4 of NW y..28 a II n. P. D.mora.t_____ 7.11 Nb
Always the story of the rich Other Household of Starke, In NEVt Lots A, n, tJ of Hlk ..
Perea. east of the Jordan River of /SWH: -28 0 22 Florence C Flynn_____. 19 IS Wynn'. A"lIth to
"And behold, one came and said young ruler will stand out as a Lota 1, 3 nf talk 7. Oilfflnal Starke In N W f4 or KW"'t-U S U D. W. Ifolloway17.11
Town of Starke In NIS'/i\ Huf Fracl Lot 1'1 .
unto him. Good Master what good warning against the perils of Furnishings of 8Wi .___.______._____28 8 22 W. B. Parke.---__ 41.15 racl Lot F of ilk .. ,i
thing shall I do, that I may have wealth and of a self centered life. Lots, 4 of talk 8. Original Wynn'. A"dltl..n tuIIlarka '
ruler of Town of Slnrke. In NE54 In N W'4 uf II W o.18 0 II n. 11'. Demor..t_________ .41
eternal life? He was a He was sincere. He was not one FOR of 8W% -___2S 6 22e Jame Kit _-._.?.__ 2116 bounded N bv: Da. }

(Luke 18:18): ), probably of the local the class that tried to entrap Jesus Lot. 8. 8 of Blk 8. Orlll'ln&1:1.\: On.vi.lot and Truly. Add. I Id; '

synagogue, an office filled only by with questions. He had lived an Town of Starker In NBV4 by ny, N by land .f Ire.Killian 1
FRIDAY of BW% __ 28E3 22 Jifrs., Emma .Murrhee.. .. 21.11 and W by Walnut .
I ,
persons of wealth and good reputation exemplary moral life. There Is no ] 81) ft 11 l In of tent ta-8 7i-of set---------- .______11 0 12 \Mrs O. J. Orlftln.____ 11.71 '

Jesus said unto the young! hint that his wealth was dishonestly nik IB Original Town One lot 110 ft N anti 8
AND of Starke, In NEVi of 5395 tt Itl and W, i.. .
man, "Why callest thou me good? I acquired. In spite of all this, SWI4 _.- __..._21 S 2S A. n.'30hn8..______. 17.45S I.uund.d by. Itl by W..ltllltI'It 7
There Is none good but one, that Is something was wrong with the One lot RO ft K and W by N by J. It..nllvl. acid ;
God'. Christ wanted the young he was conscious SATURDAYDENMARK 70 ft Nand SIn SW coror 0- J. W. Alv..r.. W toy' L ,.
and ,
young man, C. U Peek roe alit T.ntpie Ave and' II bvJllk :
nan to realize that Jesus was not of It. He did not have peace of soul. bounded U by Madison ., C uf Jones Atld.18 6 12 O. ,.,. Alderman.______ 84alCun di, ,

only a teacher, but the Bon of God The spirit of God had never come "'t. W Town of Court n''tarke St. OrltrUnnl In'' at MW Cur of Madl-. t '

who was the source of all good- Into his heart. With all his out. NKVi of 8W4'-. -_.._! 23 -- Clara t* Peek___._____.. 10.35 nun II ::136.and, Hay fl, Willa Nis and fl run, N + ,

ness and knowledge. By "Eternal ward virtues, be had set his heart One lot com SOU ft E! of 131f ft tu Mad 10UII lit.

Life" the young man meant endlessJoy upon riches. A correct outward life MR Si..cor and of run Call Hon\ and Call Court at \ I It thence tu h.u 111 on said Alt aua : 12 nuby A. n"ve.: ._.,______ 11.01 ;',

endless purity and power aDd Is essential, but It Is not the only FURNITURE 41 1-3 ft. B' *2V4( ft, W Lut. D, IU ot Silk I. City
satisfaction and peace. He could It cannot changethe 43 1-3 ft, N'62 I(,, ft tobeg. Park Sub 1I1v, w..t". s
important thing. Original! Town of and Carmen AIM to
not have asked for anything high heart and does not secure fellowship COMPANY Ktarke. In NKH: of NW 4.,10 6 22 Mr. J. L. Fraiee........ 22.39 .rly Stark. In IiIW'4 ut IlJa'/o18 1 .2 Unknown _____________ 1.0'

er. He could not have gone to any with God. Only the spirit Lot. 7. 8 of Blk 28 Original Lots 11 of 61k 1 City:
of Starke In rLl.
one better able to give It to him. of God can make new creatures and NEW! Town of 8W14' ______... 8 22 1>1.... Laura nemln w.y.. ".IS erlY' ..Sub Ca..men Div lAlealh Ad,1 to q,

The youth fancied that eternal life satisfy the soul. -.-. ---- 3 100 ft of Blk 29 a. extended tltark. In HW\4. or I4WY.1I 1 12 W, N, John.on______ 1.8'
was something to be obtained by i on Enaey Map. Lot >9> uf Ulk 4, City Park
.4, Original! Town of Starke Sub Div. W..therly &
his own merits. "What Good thing 0.- ... ,... ,... .MA _' 0 ---" In NK14 of -- 21 I 23 F, O. John.........___ 41.45 Carmen Add to Ntarke! .
shall I do. that I may have It?". 80 ft square IIW1.--; P of In 8W\4\ OJt SIC%______-_28 8 II Frank A. Iw.n.yr___ 1..1

He never for a moment dreamedthat TO talk 29 an extended on Lot I or Hue 4. City Park
WELCOME Kn...>y Map. Original Sub Div. W..th..ly & ,
It the Town of Stark, In NE'4
God,was obtained by,faith gracious, and giftof by of 8WV4 __,-'_________2I I it L. A. Davl.____.?.. ".15 l'.rm..n In HW'4 of Add Hm 10. __IIt.rlte_______11 0 13 n. D. Rawloy_____-__ .8' ;Sky

faith FESTIVAL VISITORSAnd Lota I. 4, 8, 8, of talk 58. flak D. City Park Hub Dlv.W..th..ly .
alone. He was the characteristic J. M. John Addition to .. Carm..n
mistake of the Pharisees of I Htarka In BKV4:'" of SWV4 _28 6 23 A. II. John.......?_._. 61.15 Add to "tArk. In $Wls
hiS Lot 8 of Blk'llI. J. M. of ME'A: __________..____.Is 8 U Frank A. Sw..y____ 11."

this day day.and Jesus of said many to persons the young of Delegates to the Methodist Conference. I In Johns HFH4 Addition of f MW'y.----15 to Btarke S 22 A. IT. Jonn6._____..? S.II Lilt. H U,N.U.Dowlhg's 11. 10, of Add Talk

Fracl lota A. B nf talk 88.J ::. dtark. In NE5 of "
"wn I IHtark.
"if thou wilt enter Into life :
: Addition I 7..1
M John to -20 0 II n. F D.mar..t-___
keep the commandments. He alth While in Starke eat at the In BE'((4 of SW\0418\ 8 22 A. H.: John.._._._.__ S.15 I MI ve, .te97e- 1' ,i8

unto him, Which? Jesus said Thou ,...t. I. >, 5 and fracl lot., LOU 45 of Silk 1.. ,( N.Dnwling'e :
C.,1)ofBlk94J.51.Johns Add to III..rk.I"
halt not do murder Thou shalt Addition to Stark I Nto of %________ S U n. A. Thoana8______ t..'
not commit adultry Thou shalt CAFE In "''Eof BWH_________ 1 23a A. H. John.______.. 11.45 a
MAGNOLIA Lot 1 ex N 20 ft and all Lots I 0 50 11, 81. Bit IJ
not steal, Thou shalt not bear false Lot e. 7. 8 of Blk 87. 6/. Ia oir Silk" a. : : 'I

witnesses Honor thy father and I.'C Htarke J. M John In SRVi Addition of IIWJI..U,to II-A. If. John..______ 745 In lIuwllnll'NNy. of Add,,114.----to "llArke__.21 S n n. 11\ D.mor..t_.___ 11.4'- i
thy mother: and Thou shalt love __ 1 8 S 4 0. 5, of talk
Blka 40 41. 44. 45, U, SO.SI. '
Lo.I: jasklns'; : Add.---9 0 22 lrI. Onl. Fre.man__ 11.18 ,
thy neighbor as thyself. The young and all other land. S ( 11.1$
Add In SEta. of Talk 14 In tlaeklns Add .____U 0 U 1. A. Davis. Jr--
of John.
man salth unto him All these ) IIW% of sEy4 of NE'4' tI of 71
things! have I kept from my youthup HW don;4.to J. Stark M. John In A..II-NEV4 ditch -______ .______ ____.11 0 13 L. A. Davis. Its.- .... s

; oSWy. ...__-18 1 SS A. 11. John ..:..:_:.___ 77(6 bounded B by
what lack I yet? Jesus said un l' !
to him Il, 'Ao' tY-I-.8We-t-;; ;; ',' ,? v\JoIIE'4 '- llyacre Ht, M by MadleornS1. '
if thou wilt be perfect, go of IIW\4.\ bounded ', ." s ,.;- W by land of L. A.Davis .
and sell that to Add. W by .. and N by
thou but and give N by John. l Jr. 1j
the fLy. S by .. r .: Half lice line.______.....SI S S3 I. A. Darts, Jr..___ .71
poor, and thou shalt have trea. FESTIVAL : nlllni
SPECIAL DURING also Lo and Cam at HW Cor of Madl.
lUre In heaven: and some and follow Bill 41. J. a,. Johns Ad. ... sun and Mrytle Hla and a/
dltlon to Starke In SEVe q, run H 210 ft, W 210 (t. N
me. But when the young man _.: ______ 17.11Lot. '
et SW -- -- tU / It J. 0 Boy4; 110 ft to Madison Htthence
beard that went I'I-: 'i iY. said Ht 110
Baying he away 1, and % K on
4. Llv. n..aton.Trub In Uaaklnf Add.SI S 22 D. C. C 8. Hol.ndorf. 21.91 t
orrowful: for he hud great Greasing 4 of Bile ft to beg
pos- Polishing -:- .. Co'. Addition '
Washing -:- )
easlona" to "'tarke In WI4I of Com 210 ft 8 of HW Cor

Doubtless the man HE'4 ____________21 1 It Llringeton Truby" Co._ 1.71 of Madison and Myrtle
young sets and run H on Myrtle
thought Late 1. 2, I. 4. ... 7 tIt Dlko. 210ft
he had tit 210
J obeyed all the commandments -
in Town 6 Llvlngston' ': ID In
quoted by Jesus, but Best Work and Lowest Price .. Addition I to Stark.In Oavklna Add _...._39 S 33 M. C, C. g. J101..n40rt .0'
1.41 -
Jews law In hIm one great hindrance W\.a\ of NP.'i! ____Llvng.ton _!1 I II Livingston, Truby" co. Com 110 ft W of 8W 'or
e.t 4. 11 of Olk 11. of Madison and Myrtle 4. ,
to true worship of God. It $ ,TrubY .a Co' Ht. and run W *lo It to '
"I1* his love for and trust In his Ad.UUon to Htarke InWt4 Watmorland, Ht Ihenr. /
fiches welcome the crowds who will be here to enJoy of NII!: lie We
wan told to ..u and
give and, ,
au Lot 7 of talk(11. LlYln.- ft, N 410 ft to beg
he had to the poor. The young that stop Trek Co' Additlon designated on map of -
ruler Festival. Call on us when you need to Htarke In WI4I Oaaklnn AddClark
saw his fault, but could not the II &.. 3IU S U n.C.C. C. Iiole.ndorf10.91 j
give of NEW-!: ___ ,.... ..11 N b:rnb.rg &1.71 2A Blk". 4
up bill loye'of riches and give ----- '

up Tea bill hope In Christ as an advisor "Good Gulf Gas and Oils". Lbt.Ingston f. I '01 TrubY'Bile U.' U.Co'. llBM acre\ of. MI In Y40'HW NI1'Cor! of.19 I 11. I. A..'DaW" ,. 1'____ ....

our lesson continues Then Addition to Htark.. In 1 acr.e In Nfc'A or IH'1'4.
acid Jesus! unto his disciples Verily Wry of NEt_______ -1 I II Unknown __. __ 11.41 bounded R by t>.>wllimAdd e
I H by Ht W by Ut
lay Unto you( That a rich man Lots I. t. 10. 11 of Bill 11. and N by Oaekln* Add.-_U S U -, 3. O. Do,4..._.___ '.41
tan LIYln"lIton.Trail .a Co' One lot of land $4 yard

heaven hardly And enter again the I say kingdom unto you of DAVE'S SERVICE STATION : W\.a Addition\ of NI4--to!: liltarlle____,___In. .. I II R. F. D.mor...__ 7.41 and N and W.H bounded by ISO yd.N by a d ill

It i. easier Lot. .. ,Trubyk&6Co'.IAddlllon W m Scott land M by ,
for a camel to go .tOD. John Darby Iani M by .I ; '

though for a rich the eye of'a needle than D. L. Silcox, Prop. of HE'4 to_IiItarke___.__In___W34__.__91 1 U J. O. 80)4.___ 11.41Lots Colrln land land and III W SEW.I by. '

kingdom man to enter Into the 1. I. I, of Bile ft. LI.. ; "rakm.n-.s-.n I U. r.;: A. Futch___ ....
of Cod. When bW disciples Inratop, .. -blra.Co: '. .. I!< -.* i it,they were, exceedingly*nvI Addilloa NBYa.- ,/e'...U,, S II Hat WUllama_ .. 14.45 NEIi H of ditch, 5j,. .........,,1 1 sa bL A. Dario. .1,.__ .... r
1 1 W".C
I **** eying; Who thaw,can, be .. .... OR ,,.... .'>- V""TTII.

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Bradford County 'Telegraph After years and years of talk VERY SUCCESSFUL CONCERTAt Green Announces afternoon, the colonel Inspected the STARVE BAsED.\LL TE.\I

and idle apeculatlon upon why we administration and aupply,parti ofthet -
Established 1877 never had a celebration Straw- the Wcmana Club las ed. company, and at sott; 'ro'ctock team The Lawtey thf' Camp baseball
.,. berry Festival for Starke has at neaday evening the Jacksonville For Re ElectionCongressman he Inspected the Starke nine
-- last become a reality. college of mute and A Cappella Tuesday night a acore of six to nothing t by .
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Choir, gave a delightful concert. organization as a whole '' Played Sunday on the a gaOle
There those at first who camp .
were "
Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida, doubted that It could be done- The gingers were brought to Starke R. A. Green this The following officers and men dllmond. \ .

-.---- -- -- -- presumedly because It had never I by the Music Department of the week formally announced his candidacy were visitors at the inspection: Act The lineup for Starke j

D. L. Matthews---------___ ________-__Editor and Owner been done before. But thanks to Woman's Club of Starke. Wher- for re-election to the Houseof Adj. Gen. John O. McNamara llama, If: :ManlUlsa 88; Jones waR: WII. i9'
___ __ __ a few pioneer-spirited persons it ever this group of songera' go they Representatives. He said In part: Redgrave, P: Carter, Ib;
h Col. Caleb R. Lily- c;
find welcomeand; win the applauseof book- St. Augustine; MCMillan
has become a reality and Is provinga "My record Is an open cf: Raymond, 2b:
SUBSCRIPTION RATEr boost for Bradford County both all who hear them. :The entire upon it I stand There Is nothing ton, of Gainesville; Capt. Fritz liter, 3b. Nogle, rf; KIck: .

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance in advertising: and in attracting choir was robed in dark red and hidden and your examination of it Hatcher, of St. Augustine, Sgt. Owen The C. C. C.
crowds here during the week-end. white, presenting-a most picturesque Is invited. During the past nine W. Griffin, St. Auguatlne.- ton lineup Advertising Rates on Application .' Ib; Hale, as; Johnson
Now that we have the visitors scene. ; years as your congressman, I have .= p-. cf 2b; Delaney -

IL-- __ __ -- -- coming here, everyone should do With no instrumental accom- done all within my power to bringto Negro Man Arrested Smithy, c; ;Sapp. 3b; Leighton, If; ,
I'' his part to eee that their stay Is paniment their harmony and tone you every possible protectionand Sage 2b Gulledge rf;; Liles' P:
Fallow the crowd to Starke. I ; Hamilton
Federal Auto Wreck if..
a pleasant one. They should be quality is marvelous. They began I. assistance from our Following .
y o heartily greeted and made to feel their program with a group of.1 Government Possibly. mistakes .-; "}f 1's1nnMOuY: 0. -

All out for'' the Strawberry Festival. that they are welcome and are Latin Motets, among these the outstanding ., have been made and probably none Raymond Thomas, colored, was Hr M_ Ii. 11I011111.II. L..... LE11r
friends anxious Ave Verum without I shall be satisfied -
among who are beauty was are fault. this -
released from the county jail
0- to see that they have a good time (Gounod). In the second group was however, if upon examinationof bond Just' brother, thou
; Wives please note: This Is "Be Kind to Animals Week"If for three full days. another of particular beauty bothas my record you will give careful week arrest under following$300.00 an aut6mclflle after his The place croxaad that over knew ahlittlecbrfnr YOU *'

o While the promoters of the festival to theme and rendition. The consideration to each vote cast and Will know yoU no more.Dear ease
smashup on the road between
are gratified by the cooper choir was remarked as admirableIn official act which I have performed,
; more hats are tossed they'll have to build a big- Starke and Lawtey Sunday'after' children, You
many ation they have received from all it essayed, the fine counter- then place the good on one side and noon. So hon..t kInd and had true a good daddy'
:' ger ring. the town, It is believed that now point, forceful ensemble, always the balance and errors on the other Ho wa. reapected by everyone,
o -- It baa been proved possible to stagea under perfect control, and in perfect side and vote for the side which Thomas, who Is said by"officersto And loved by aU he knew,
successful celebration here It 1 In between the A heaviest. I have no fear of have been intoxicated, was drivIng -
harmony. weighs H. guided
There is nothing likea good rain at the right time to throlllJh
will be much easier to create interest Cappella groups were groups of the outcome of such ballot be- an automobile recklessly wtlen Kept YOU In paths Of rlxht Childhood.
cheer a farmer up. next year, In case It Is de- violin numbers by Mavis Glidewell I cause I feel certain that you will he ran into another car contain- A He bright was to and yOU shining. dear children,
o cided to make the festival an an- who was accompanied by Mrs Rob find In my record more merit and ing Mr. and Mrs. L. A, Posser and light,
nual event. ert Lee Hutchinson, and piano so- perfection than demerit and Imper- child of Trenton. When Wo know you miss hIm In the home
The philosopher that he who is satisfied with wha YOU meet together
says And each succeeding year will los by W.,James CrO land, who 13 I fection. President Roosevelt recently Mrs. Posser and the child' are When YOU gather 'rounit the hore.
he has is the richest man. likely find more festival boosters at the head of the piano department said 'I will be satisfied if I am said to have been badly Injured.ULYSSES There you see. his vacant ChAir.IRbl1

-oWho'll cooperating in an effort to make of the College Music'and right 73: times out of one hundred. A- --- s Then you think or .u the
kl Bradford County's celebration each a brilliant performer. I believe you will find my recordon NOTE All his labor and his care.gw.dner
of the festival? of
be queen Any one the candi- Ohl! Dear children
time a bigger and better one Lyman P. Pryor. the director, a parity with this expressed ambition After struggling through with him prepare to meet
dates would grace the throne.A deserves much credit for the success of our great President"Ileadquart I' 200 pages of the much-discussed In that ,land .o bright and fAir.

Mf o of this choir, under his able Ulysses we are beginning to think; Oh! be U supremely happy
direction it has become noted all Company that that obscene charge was Just Free from .Morrow pain .
Tampa youth who is in the fishing worm business With his father and hi. SlHtVr "
ooLate/ over the state and if he continuesthe another publicity stunt. It mightbe Who were waiting over
ti'reports! that they have a quick turnover. fame will spread farther. Stands Good Inspection"I terribly dirty if we knew what there

O it was all about,.but we don't, and We will one day R-O to meet him,
This group III'composed of residents I- -- Leave thl. world of pain and CAre
k' Lots of times her friends think the girl who says she To Classify of Jacksonville with the ex- have been Inspecting the Mr.we don't believe anybody else:does. And In that forever land dwell.o bright together and rllir.|
Joyce have
must get her beauty sleep is suffering from insomnia. ception of John H. Powell, who Is Headquarters Company here for might had C-
By RUSStU. KAYSecretary a resident of Starke, and who has the past four years, and each time idea what he was writing about at B. L. Kerce and C. A. Roberts,
o Florid P..... An...atior been a student in the Jacksonville It has stood a better Inspection I the time, but we'll bet even'he has Jr., of Lake Butler, were visitors

If the thermometer keeps mounting it won't be long before -- College of Music for several years. said Col. George D. Freeman, Senior forgot by now. here Monday.

we'll all be envying Admiral Byrd on his cake of ice. This week ladles and gentlemen, After the concert the members Instructor for the Florida Na- .
I shall allow a guest to conduct tional Guards, when he
soil of.this choir were Invited into thE! completedhis
o this column. I take genuine pleasure attractive sun parlor,,of the club, inspection here on April 10.
ri? A mosquito has twenty-two teeth all of which can be In presenting "The Parable of FUNERAL DIRECTORS
which was a bower of lovely spring Col. Freeman Is a regular army
I seen through a microscope, and felt through the ,epidermis. .publisher the Cow" written of the by Bandera J. M.,Hunter Texas,, flowers, where they were served officer, assigned to the Florida National uur Many Years/ Experleac /''Makea It Possible for Ua to Render

o refreshments. Each guest was given ,Guard as senior instructor EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS''SERVICE
"N ew Era If this Isn't a masterpiece
Starke has the reputation of being a clean looking town, or Boraethln', then I don't a. corsage of sweet peas as favors DeWITT MODERATE PRICES -
I know anything spout literature. C. JONES COMPANY
but reputations are easily lost, so do your .part to help us Here it Is: This concert was a marked success STARKE. FLORIDA

keep ours. i Ten men who were financiers and much favorable comment
Jli -- a chipped In $10.00 each and boughta has been made about it.RICHBROWN Why

?'a; day with Ho, hum.the picture Another of a nut rocket got on he the had front invented pages to the take other him .gallon each cow day.that a day Each gave aa man 10 his gallons share.received of milk.one IS RECENT WEDDING.r w + EVENT !Liquid!!I!!!!! Laxativesare For Expert RepairingSmith's

Mr. and Brownof
Mrs.' Leland A.
it far the moon. Neighbors heard about this won-
derful cow and began expressing Brooker, are announcing the Back in Favor
marriage of their Iris,
the wish that they could also share
We can think of nothing worse than being a chorus girl In it. "What a wonderful return on to Sanford E. Ritch of Ralford, on

w and having smile while the dancer next to you treads on a '10.00 investment," they reason Saturday evening'' April 14. '-e.... GaragePhone
ed. I The ceremony was performed by
I ;your pet corn. Noting how eager others were Rev. Q. H. Lowry at the Presbyterian -

u to In the Manse, in the presence of
: get on a good thing owners -
Since we're having the Strawberry Festival, Bradford of the cow went Into a huddle.Let's only a few intimate friends. Im- 120
The public i U fast returning to the use
mediately after the Mr.
w, County husbands won't have to go to Chicago next summer to give these folks what they and Mrs. Ritch left for a honey of liquid laxatives. People have Wrecker Service bay
want, one said. "Our shares in the learned that the right dote of i a or Night
fan dancer.
see a moon trip to North and South Car-
cow coat $10.00 each. We can sell properly prepared liquid laxative will
o others at the same price" olina. After May-3, they will be bring a perfect movement without !.

Fame is fleeting Insull is pursued, Trotsky Is In hiding So they had 1,000 certificates at State home Farm to, their'friends where Mr. Bitch at the Is any discomfort at the,time, or after. ;

{A and Karl Dane, famous comedian of the silent film printed, each good for one shareIn employed The dose of laxative can
days' recently tha cow. They had no trouble be varied to suite ne.ds of'the
El committed suicide, a pauper. selling them at $10.00 each for .MEMORIAI. "' individual. The action can thus beregulated. S. R. JOHNS'WEEKEND
o everyone had heard of the won- A child is easily given the
derful cow and wanted to Invest. right dose And mild liquid laxatives
Under the Hitler regime a German subject can't tell a People fought each other to buy I Day do not irritate the kidneys.

ii joke 'on anyone holding public office. That must take a lot hone shares and soon 000 had been Memorial l be observed Doctors ara generally agreed that
here afternoon
; of the out of in sold.'The original owners then decided Sunday April is natural laxative.
I joy living Germany. the 29th, the exercises to be seas a It does
to divide the other 600 shares sponsored not drain the system like the cathartics
o ,,"! i by the W.. T.. Weeks Chap-
among themselves aa a reward for that leave you o thirsty Dr
Bees resent perspiration odors and black colors. How being smart. This gave each man ter, U. D. C. The American Legion Caldwell' Syrup Pepsin is a liquid SPECIALSBACON

ever, you can't persuade little he should take H shares besides the cash from will Join with th.Daughters of the laxative which relies on senna for il
aleeehat a the sale of DO shares.' Confederacy In paying honor to the laxative action. It gently helps the
bath just to keep from offending Then one of them began to wor- dead. There are burled at Crosby average person's bowels back to
Cemetery six Federal soldiers
o ry. "Listen fellows," he said,, "ev- for regularity.
A news item says that 1,500 New York school teachers eryone who has purchased a share American ty-eight Confederates and two Spanish You can always get Dr. CaldwalTs ,.lb. ___------------- 8c
In the cow la going to expect a al.World War ,sol- Syrup Pepsin at any drug tore,ready '
are mentally'unbalanced. Maybe they got that way worry- gallon of milk. She only glvea 10 diers.. yl for use. Member N. R. A.. GRITS or,MEAL, 10 Ibs! __________ 22c
Ing over when they would get their salaries. gallons and when we try to divide.

. o that among all the shareholders, TOMATOES, 3 No. 2 cans. 25c
wt* The Punta Gorda Herald thinks that Eve missed a lot each. man will. Shares receive will lesa drop than to a.eaapoonful. Wake Up Your Liver Bile RICE 5 Ib .S. ..' .

... _________II 22c
wIi of fun in the Garden of Eden because there wasn't another nothing over night. We'd better _____

woman to be jealous of her when she got her unload these other 600 sham we SUGAR 5
i man. Ibs
have while we still are able to do ___________-'..._.:..____ 24c
o -Withouz Calomel
so. .
Amelia Earhart says women will fight in the next war, So they got busy and sold all MILK, 3 tall cans:________________ 17C
IV; and the Gainesville Evening News says it will be worth a but their original one share. They 'And You'll Jump Out of Bed If this bll* f. mot flowla fnelr. TOW
trip to the collected an additional $5,000.00 In I in the Morning Rarin' to Go food doean't dig s.. It Jut dan la the> BANANAS, 3 Ibs. ___ lOc
front to see how a woman would trim a helmet. bowela. Gu bloat up your atomaoh. Yes __....__-----
cash.Night .... think', bad teat and your breatk
o was drawing near and one If you feel sour and sunk and U foul kla ones brak out la 1010_ Dill or Sweet mixed Pickles 24 tEe
The world travels, ceaselessly, in'a northerly direction at man said: "There's bound to be abig' the world locks punk don't awe- lihn. Your Mad ",,10.. and roe fail l dowa oz. bot.
row at milking time. We'd low a lot of salts, mineral water, and out. Your whole lyiUm t. poiwnid.
the 'rate of 43,200 miles an hour Wonder how long before totter hold a directors' meeting. on, laxative candy or chewing LITTLK It take thoi* good, old CARTER' FLOUR, Self Rising, 24'Ibs. __ ....._ 85:
scientists will be wanting to stream-line it it will do gum and expect them to make yousuddenly PILLS g.t tistwo
II so 50,000? hurry out and get proxies tweet and pound of bus flowing freely and make

' k o from each shareholder authorizing full of sunshine.. buoyant and
A naturalist says that cats have reduced comfort to a 1111 to vote their stock as we think For they can't do It. They only tracts amides when it conu to nuLInf
best. move the bowels and movuth.* bit* flow. freely.But Irish 10 Ibs. 25c
a mere ,
fine .. ___
art-the only work a cat will ever do is for herself. That I It.WWl an easy matter to secure ment doesn't get at the cause. The don't uk for II.... plea A.k tot -

' would seem to throw new light on the intelligence of the cat.I the proxies. Then they met at the reason for ;your.: down.ai-.d-o\lt Curter'a Llttlo U .r Ptllt. Look Sue tbBum PEACHES Fancy Table
...' 15c
barn Just about milking time and feeling 'is your liver.( "It should c. LltlU LUr Pill(. large can ,..
r} ,. o in lh. ... .... :Rmtubniltul .
proceeded to bold a directors' meet- pour out two pounds''of liq lid raea 51
at drug MOM BUTTER
y There is'a family in California in which no daughter has Ing. bile into your bowels dallv. nbwl C. M Co. ___ Pure Creamery ________ 27c

? been born for four generations, although there have been They formed a company and
thirty-five elected from among their number, OCTAGON SOAP POWDERS 5 for lOc
sons. They move in next door to the Eddie ''j. ,
a president, a treasurer and eight
Cantors. vice-presidents. A motion was FRESH CHEESE Ib
-----0 made to allow each officer a salaryof V : We WelcomeVisitors _____?______17c

jt, A writer says that, when F. D,.was elected some folks tla one services.gallon The of milk motion each was day car-for PEANUT BUTTER: 2 lb. jar, :_____ 25c

thought he was T. R.*a brother, or T. R.'s son. And some ied without a dissenting vote. to 'the CORN YELLOW
folks were so far behind times they thought it was T. R. run And then they milked the cow. 2________.. $1.65

ning. for re-election. Nate Reece of the Arcadian, Ar- HORSE FEED' -_____....___ ....___$t.75

: M 0 adta.. states: "The wiles and ways STRAWBERRYFESTIVAL SCRATCH Best

-,' If the news leaks out that they're going to give away of high finance are complex and de- I.O : -_______-.____.$1.90

free strawberries and cream at our festival this, week-end, troletnriat vious end' t few who there understand are among them.the" -; SHORTS, 16 per cent, ..._________ $1.75

we're afraid the town won't be able to hold the crowds. But J. M. Hunter's "Parable of the Have a complete; lina of feeds
{ baby chick
it's Cow" ,
the truth anyway. however, tells the) story In a
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that all
language can grasp. The -
o moral Is; "It la more profitable : hope tee have the WE
may pleas- SOLICIT YOUR
ji' Boiled down, general health rules seem to be: Eat greenvegetables !o milk the public than It la to JAnd PHONE ORDERS FOR PROMPT

t cut out tea and coffee sleep eight hours: and walk milk a cow. But rather than of serving them our delicious DELIVERY SERVICE

a mile each day. But if you have to suffer that)much why overlook any beta, the smart flnanl -
r takes no chances. be milks sandwiches and beer
not go ahead and be sick. 'em both." while they Phone 45

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