Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 4, 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: UF00027795:02435
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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jerry; Season Legion Will "Poppy Be Observed Day" Starke ', ,, tnier Tax' Sale DelayedAt Green Closed'Wants Rather Cafe Than FERA Reopens I

T 0 Close By Auxiliary- Here home Last- MinuteBy Eat With' Negroes
Draws With 350 Men
Starke will be called upon to calls Congressman A tit
honor the World War dead and at your Green last h 'p'At
Two Weeks/ 'give aid to the Ball wants to buy week Introduced a bill into Congress
After war's living victims -
by wearing: memorial poppies ,look him Sholtz's OrderAction proposing to shut down the Work Monday
have some
restaurant run In connection with
26. This
on May day the Satur-
; ;- To Supply day before Memorial Day will be First probably -' the House of Representative because -
rs 8tIU I'Icking Regular Taken'' To Give Collector "It looks as though we may ,
(pros "Poppy Day" throughout the Appropriation For All Counties
Local ll\Iarket-La Can United States and will be generally In Green at the Time To Prepare' Delinquent\! have to eat with hegrora! and Are Cut Fifty Per Cent, rc 1, v,
Move where I from don't do
come we
al, observed by the wearing of the little one Lint that." Stone OmenThe
red flower of Flanders, field. the negro -
. Bradford County's strawberry Organization to buy old Because tax collectors records In Mr. Green's proposal was the aftermath Federal Emergency Relief '' 11
I > a close this week Observers of "Poppy Day" here baseball circuit him that all many counties will not be completeby of a protest by Represen Administration in Bradford Coun 1 ,

|:eneadbef: existence of about will be directed by the American [Cove Springs, were at June 4, Governor Dave Sholtz tative DePrlest the only negro In ty, as in all other Florida counties '

Im weeks. No one will argue_over Legion Auxiliary, Mrs. J. L Sim- I'Jacksonville couldn't let anil Comptroller J. M. Lee last the House when ha was banned will operate during May with fifty
I "another bad year"-low mons, president of the local Aux took place this I week all tax from eating In the House relit au. '
I ti being "tr delinquent per cent of the funds that were $ 4
and a short !shipping: period iliary unit,. has announced. Womenof zation will be sales until 2. rant. '
pdcee "but return- July available during April, It was an jj;
the will distribute Florida '
the Auxiliary
rombhing unfavorably County that the Tax Collector C. A. this The bill proponing to shut down nounced this week by Julius F. ,
poppies on the streets and receive Knight
gtIIwer. The opening given him. week announced that this action the restaurant was submitted soon Stone Jr., state administrator. it
will continue contributions for the Auxiliary'swelfare a a 1
However, farmers 'played Sunday aDd look for after the House had approved /
would This means that Bradford Coun
give the of this
and relief work the people coun
time among meet
yet supply Green
P Icklr.g for some There disabled veterans and their fami- ty an additional period for paying' without even a hint of debate a ty will receive $7,000 for materials sf ,
market. was Cove
. tIle local lies.. Springs the man's their taxes without penalty. Although resolution by DePriest proposingto and labor on Its projects, since) it k '
reported quite a little demand for team will play :and he spent Mr Knight had completed have a committee determine by received $14,000 during April. It

Ifrult Thursday morning with pint nandina. rummaging his delinquent tax lint and had what authority Chairman Warren is likely that only $7,000 will be %

Icntei bringing $1.25 and quart Starke will finally de turned It over to this newspaper (Democrat, North Carolina) of the available In June also, according to i

Icratei $2o0.: 10 AmendmentsTo with he couldn't for publication, he states that he accounts committee had barred negroes officials at the local ERA office.

I Two express cars of berries were local diamond ( for:, will allow the payment of taxes from the restaurant Inclement weather has delayed

|!'Jilpp d from here since Wednesday officially opens.A of the through May 17 without any extra Mr. Green's bill was Introduced, work on projects this week but It

< of last week. Lawtey reports Be Voted On return Disclosed that coot to the taxpayer. he said, to correct the Impression"that Is planned to put 350 men to work .' F
| carloads of fruit out of there with Green
110 had departed the restaurant Is free for Monday or the latter part of this
luring the past week, Thursday and Comptroller Lee said "compllca. Congressmen and the governmentloses
week to make up for lost time. i
I Although the shipping seasonwas play dons arising from certain con- It," anti "Further,
exceptionally short it la' beIlitved Homestead Exemption Act Creates 'on Sunday, : structions placed upon the laws since money the House on hns adopted the Among projects that will be '

by shippers that almost asmany Much Interest Among I game will be governing taxation" made It "a DePriest resolution, it looks as resumed are the Lawtey ditch.

berries were sent out of here Voters 'ville here on Killed practical ImpoHslblllty for all tax though we may have to eat with Lawtey town hall, Lawtey school

wing the two weeks as were ship- A' split collectors to hold their tax sales" and where I come, from grounds Hampton drainage,
I negroes
Interest with the nominees Brooker school and others.
last Sharing which calls on June 4.
I during the entire season up don't do that."
who. will be elected to fill the play fifteen The we Work on the county court house
ear. I ; om'e complications were interpretations -
many public offices In Florida are The first half of the Futch Bill an enactment here has been halted for a two- ,r

the eight proposed constitutional 'end Sunday, of the 1933 Legislature providing Lawtey Baby weeks' period, but will be resumed "
Papers Give Space amendments that will be listed on be played long-term redemption of at the end of that time.
( Vet Caught
of the election In
the general
days and taxes delinquent prior to 1932. In a letter to Mr Stone lastweek :

November, all of which merit the The Starke, Fatal Mr. Lee said' the delay In prop- Wins ContestMay t Harry Hopkins national ad
serious consideration of voters. ;nandina clubs :
Ib Advertise State erly certifying tax bills last year ministrator advised that 01111'U,232,5Q,8
The number of proposed amendments ized and ready had not when tax sales were postponed will be available to carryon q
is the greatest ever presented of the ap until October, made It to general work, service to transients '
colored necessary
at election. Four being definite. Day Program I* Held Inside
one and other expenses In Florida Ik
bii.hers Co-operate-With Committee the largest number ever to appear At the and killed I give tax collectors additional time School Building Because Of during May.In .
to check their records.
To Make Natives l on a single ballot before. The schedule for at the Rainy Weather a recent news article describP

"FloridaConscious"Decrying proposed amendments are as follows drawn up, as early Sun- log the financial status of the e
: obtain two RINGERS WILL MEET Little Miss 'Anne Moore, daughter Florida administration, L. Warren

the sharp contrast.,between '1. The amendment to consolidatethe oDd half. said to have AT BROOKER CHURCH of Mr and Mrs. W F. Mooreof Baker, comptroller, stated that a ,,
the energy and enthusiasm two negroes Lawtey won first pries In the marked savings had been effectedby
and tax
offices of tax assessors
'blch have gone Into the up-build EMERGENCY to pawn A. meeting of the Bradford County baby show, one of the main eventsIn removing the administrative offices
office In all
ing of Florida and the laxity dis- collectors into one and Irving Singing! Convention will be held the May Day Festival held here from Tallahassee to Jackson.r

)Uyed! in telling.the world of the counties. ., any money Sunday afternoon at 3:00: o'clock In Tuesday afternoon. Second prize ville, and placed that saving at 14

tote's attractions declaring that ;. ,2. The amendment to repeal the The time for the Brooker, Baptist Church. went to lionita Fay Rlgdon, daughter $$49,731 per month Savings In dja

'Florida's future .begins today," bone-dry. prohibition. law' "I Inf.* Florida crop loans has have left"Ir- This Is the second meeting" of this of Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Rlgdon of administration salaries amounted,
th the Inauguration of a "camJgn : I '*, newly ,formed organization. The Starke. ,
: April 30 to later to $$41.231, he said ao4.2he bal: 4 ,
td enlist every Florldlan-ln ? ;.3m, Amendment! to lexe n t from nounced this oor. Irving' first,meting was heliLJast monthat 'Because of Inclement Weatherthe ance was divided between.. travel. .
movement to exploit properly .taxation all homesteads! having a Credit gun but Long Bridge Church and was attended colorful May Day program was expenses and rent. --

Iliroughout the nation Florida's valuation of not, more than five' ton D. C.Application. aside by singers from", all over held In the auditorium of the high Starting with a balance of
stursl resources and manifold at- thousand dollars. man twice this section of the state. school which- was packed with $2.383.000.39 Baker said, on March.

iractions, there is appearing in -nlist 4. Amendment to reduce the'Dumber. emergency One bullet Everyone who enjoys good music spectators from, every section of. 10 the administration has since received -

every newspaper of the state of Judicial circuits In the tained from Instan- la Invited to attend the Brooker the county. $1,000,000 for general relief ';

series of announcements which state from twenty-eight to fifteen. local FERA meeting A colorful part of the programwas purposes in April; $194.600 for e ,' >

'ill continue during the next few I 5. Amendment to exempt motion I the entrance of the king and transient service; $105,000 for ?

icnthg over the name of the All- ,picture studios from all ad valorem f'0. the queen A. E Wall, Jr., and Miss adult education, and $600,000 for ,

lorlda Committee. taxes for fifteen Mary .1'carce, who after their coronation teachers'' salaries/ The allocations ,;l' ,
The movement Is the outgrowth 'I years. ,! presided over the remain for the last three purposes were u
,f a meeting held in November, 6. Amendment for elimination of [L[ ProgramThe I der of the program. Charles Pen- for more than a month. It was

''hen newspaper publishers from grand juries except in capital cases der, 'as court Jester, added much added. b
II sections of the state gathered or where the circuit judge calls the fun to the proceedings. Disbursements since March 10.

f consider ways and means of 1m'resslng !jury into session. The state attor- he continued, have Included $2,318-
AI Kay' Carlisle, as herald, an-
' upon Floridians In general ney would file criminal Information can be ob slit of feedstuffs and this can be nounced the entire which ; 425.29 for general relief purposes;
ine necessity of guaranteeing the under- this arrangement. tion program the co-opera disposed of by feeding to livestock. $238.01707 for transients; .$143-
was as :
uture of Florida through united 7. Amendment to empower the farms which merchants, That the required number of pure- 941.83 for education; $18,238.97, for
(fort to "sell" properly these at- Legislature to provide a uniform by employees men bred bulls of a beef type and Grand march of all participants. part time jobs for college students ,, ', nand
ractlons to the hundred million system of county and municipal Although no all such land the required'' number of pure- Entrance of the king and the $13,01809 for reemploymentoffice

mericans who have. given: government (The object of this been taken on and where bred boars be Imported to improve queen. salaries.
orlda serious consideration. amendment being to eliminate the believed that this ex- the ,common stock and that the Short health talk and pres.ntatlon .

Consequently these publishers local bill .nuisance in the Legisla sideration by the counties, farmers be encouraged In produc- of honors to the classes doIng -
invited all other publishers not ture.) tration. sub-divisions. ing: beef and pork., Further that the best health work during Last Chance Now
'resent the put school term, by Mrs. Lucia
[ meeting, owners of 8. Amendment to consolidatethe First-That an agricul all farmers be encouraged In pro
II radio stations and all outdoor to almost milk, butter and Alvarez.
ducing poultry
of Jacksonville and the
City relief rolls who
avertlslng plants to Join them as County of Duval subject to a referendum by lease, I and general] especially to take care of home Butterfly dance Selma by second Thornton."A grade.. To Pay Pofl Taxi
barter Tap dance by
members of
,Ia the AR Flor- In Duval County If passed or friends any can be grown consumption. It Is the honest skit chil-
Healthy Diet by
Committee. with the result I voters. opinion of the writer that fully
by the state of not less school
bat dren from Brooker
newspaper radio timead of the children
space seventy-five percent
bulletin space In every city of I The last amendment on the flat more than adopted of this county are not given a Rythm band by the third grade Saturday/ May 10, Is. Deadlines
he would to Duval County, placed It shall have direction of Mrs. N. D. Tax Collector da ,
state with an aggregate value I apply only sufficient supply of milk for two under the For Payment. ,
t be submitted to the entire of land. That co-operation Jr.
more than $200,000 was contrib- but must month out of each year. There Wainwright, Soys h,
of the town
that being the only Clothing, feed number fourth
ted by the charter membership :electorate, -the are hundreds of ,people In this Vegetable by -
which the Constitution ing Implements leading Is the final' der
nr' the I method by grade. Saturday May 19,
purpose of informing all county who are living In huts and
be of
Idlans of the great benefit toertved may be amended.. medical i ) will shacks that cannot be called homes I ,Acrobatic numbers., date for payment of poll taxes, C.
e from a unified programpromotion The proposal consolidate _the I the relief all such per- In any sense of the word. Thereare I Milk diet skit by the fifth grade.. A. Knight, tax collector announced -
* and county offices of tax collector and tied plan of form of re- 'Apple chorus by the> sixth grade. this week. The final date
to set forth the hundreds of undernourishedchildren r
acts and figures about: .Florida tax 'assessor Into one office.. if adopted,, with to sickly, unkempt, and who I Song, "Japanese Sandman," by for poll tax payments had formerly
that such
ch would not only be informa- adopted will become effective January I THAT A It If reared under these conditions Miss Lucille Edwards' third grade. been announced as May 12

VI to Floridians themselves but 1937 after the expiration of AGE OF bility ory.of the will never have a chance to become Pansy' dance by the seventh Poll tax payments and also registration
and CROPS BE for the June primary has! r
ovine' them of the many advan- the present terms of assessors I useful citizens. grade.
gel Florida baa collectors., Candidates would seek CARE OF the neces Tooth' care, skit by Lawtey been light In this county officials 2
to offer and en-
.That Fifth That where It Is neces-
I each such farm perma- school children.
11 their| the combined offices in 1936 elections. say
o exploit support them. in the movement There have been rumors project and ,buildings sary to, rent tracts of land, that I Sleep and Rest skit by Hampton Attorney''General Gary D. Lan. y

The committee that all that the validity of this resolution kept by the the ten- all such rents shall be paid In the school. dls. In a recent opinion on poll tax '
Miruiians request would be attacked In the courts to izatlon. The from en- form' of repairs to buildings and Scarf dance by Starke high exemption made the following; e
study carefully the seen sani fences, and where are
no repairs
made to all school students. statement
of prevent the:amendment from appearing :
'eekly In the appearing on the ballot. ,Opponents they may be on in con- necessary. then the rental shall be May Pole dance by Miss Annie "A war 'veteran who has lost a

1 to the newspapers, listen claim it Is Invalid because it was do not own such as In the form of paid taxes. That Mae Pearce's fifth grade. limb, or any person who, baa
&gel and watch for the radio bulletin mes- not signed during a legislative seislon. nished. These toilets,the there shall be,located central Credit for the successful program reached the age of fifty-five years i
well., and warehouse for the distribution of .
anouncements This was the much publicized main the goes to the committee of Is entitled to the exemption from
with view to be- pumps to all seeds, feeds, farm Implements, ,
omlng "lost and found" resolution that government which Miss Louise Smith was payment of poll tax regardless of
Ming thoroughly Informed fe- President Futch of cow and one ,. That money food and clothing. That Insofar. chairman. Other committee members whether' or not he was, Injured In
Florida's and was signed by ,
potentialities ., string practicable all work animal.", Miss Rosalind Jacobs, actually
determine and Speaker Pete furnished each were the war. If a war veteran was
.! to support the com the Senate of the House. September ,male to remain any other dairy cows, brood sows, and poul- Miss*.Annie Mae Pearce and WasHazel disabled In the war while In P
Ito Tomasello
drive for
iLrt a ereatet .
,13: 1933.PANNIE. government, on a small try needed In locking these farms MWdleton the Army or Navy service he Is
ing all of the sufficient shall purchased locally entitled to exemption from payment r'
f CRAWFORD DIES: such family be provided. Sixth-W* estimate that the Overage APRIL POSTAL RECEIPTS: of poll tax." Person exempt

"h'elveFORESTISRS. HERE AT BROTHER'S HOME: teen purebred the farmer family of six persons can be.' ARE ABOVE LAST YEAR'S must, however, file affidavit or
pool Forest Second- employed on placed on such tract of land with 'I other evidence of their claims oC

'' of North Carolina State Fannie-Crawford; 63, 'for be under the now be- the necessary livestock repairs to Mrs. Jeannette C. Young post exemption In the office of the su. .
"fity at Raleigh were here Miss and maintenance for that
t died Tuesday istration and the FERA., buildings one master this week announced pervlaor of registration.
*d I Friday InspecUng: naval store mer resident of Starke. employed a Federal gov year at total cost of five hundred 'postal receipts during the month With reference to changes In
of her ,brother
rtment forestry experiment at the ex, at the home at Sebrln agricultural the respon (1500.00)-'dollars per year. That :of April amounted to $767.14. Thisrepresent party affiliation the attorney general y.
h. station near KingsUy Mayor W. B. Crawford, allotted any surplus this. plan has been discussed with an Increase of $74.42. said: "The law' provide. for
made her
The bad
*?, young men were accom- Kiss: Crawford intend the an organi the .leading farmers and businessmen .over April of last year'. change In party affiliation at any
4ey Harry Lee Baker state home with her brother for the past That ,. farmers, of this commuunlty. and that I Mrs. Young also stated that the time after the general primary.

. 1C. Slocum of T otal the Forest Prof. nine years., She had native been of Ill Berreln for a ,considered Ing. only men they are of the opinion that It will,\ ,new postage stamp In memory and next following his registration by ''JS '

School.: year. She wa a. amount of food t e Of all work. We believe further that we In honor of the mothers of America making application In writing, duly
The County Georgia.She sale of fresh can obtain their full cooperation.We went on sale Thursday 'tf this signed by the applicant to the supervisor ,
c record yield* of wheat< on one to also survived by anoth.rbrother 'been grown. erection of a also believe that unless some week. of registration, at least

"!' of I and was ta Ireland County J
117'hlllrton. in 1895..,; and consisted .... .,. :number: / the, ramp **- ,That., the solution for the direct relief clients of "Mother" the famous general l_primary, forjucgjpange..:'
U Nrvtcss'.weve. held at farm :
bushels.Dictlonartum" ., .. :Funeral ...
.Mica .*.en of our county.' '. ,painting by.WhlsUerrwat- paspie.
The 't'y 10 o'clock Thursday morning hi the on belief any that public : *-locallyr-or ,,Tits pied ii're.p.ctft': Ui} sugt.0 i The'Whistler painting' was FR A t _"
,, Hlstorico- First Baptist. Church at' Sebrlng. of some 8 II. Lan .IUI4JJ.3. .......dOl"O "tIeIIW""CII''le"tae'tfewstamp e"ISw t'l"4lIr1'' 1 aula-
wyfiraty- .The body waa carried to Jackson '* 1 diifg aM'6a.'the'approval' of at'the suggestion of President tor, will speak at the school house

u.. vIBe for burial tat the 'family. lot' to" 1 If leQwrrNe .. shall suns ,the local fTBRA t1mlnlstntt-Ti [ Roosevelt.. here this afternoon at 2:10I : o'clock. l
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daughter, Mrs. Clyde Kelly, Sun- chey Hayes spent,Saturday night I

BOOTSEY'S BEACH ZIFF day.Purvis with, Rev. Conway: of Green Cove GRAHAM RISINGMr. DOUBLE RUN
Lewis of Jacksonville was Springs
L. a..I.. Ovid Lewis and Clifton Polk of visiting Mr. and Mrs.' J. A. Har-

Services held at Little Rock Brooker were In our' section Thurs- nage Saturday ,night. M.'. and Mrs. P. D. Parker and A number of people of this sec- Mr. and Mrs. Brady Bryant of
J. Quinn entertained were day.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Miss Vesta McRae spent Sunday daughter, Mrs. Brown and son, tion attended the Fifth Sunday Starke were visitors in this
several of their friends Church last Saturday and Sunday. J. W. Lewis and Mrs. J. B. section
with Miss Helen Norman.Mr. in
visiting Friday,
of were at New River.J.
Tim Mann of Brooker was visiting Billy Meeting
F Saturday night In honor of their Thomas were called to the bedside and Mrs. Felix Sapp spent
;' lIOn, Algle's, and Mrs. I. B. Thomplion's his brother, Lonnie Mann, of their step-mother, Mrs. Chartle Saturday night at Jacksonville our section Saturday. R. Kelly and Mrs. C. C. Cros- L. Morgan was a business visitor
i John Surrency was a visitor to and children spent the week-end in Sparr this week-end.
;. birthday. Cake and ice cream Sunday. Lewis Thursday.R. with Mr. and Mrs.:Albert Williams. by
was served the guests, and later Miss Rhoda homas of Jacksonville C. Johns Cecil Thomas and Mm. J. S. Sapp Is spending some Now River Saturday. with relatives In Tampa. I Mr. aid Mrs. J. C. Simmons and
they attended the show at Lawtey. spent this week-end here with Mr. Cooper all of Starke were in time In Jacksonville with! her Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith were Mies Gwendolyn Buddlngton vis- ,Miss Mary and Lois Judd attended
If Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Chism and her parents.Mr. our section Friday. daughter Mrs. Agnes Williams, visitors to Gainesville Saturday. ited Mr. and Mrs. H. M McRae i the ringing convention at Ma*.
Luther Chism of St. George, Ga., and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and Mrs. Howard Mott of Brookerwas who Is seriously 111. Mrs. Aleen Kale was visiting In Monday.B. I clenny Sunday

1: spent the week-end here the guests sons, L. O. and Johnnie, and daughter visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Johnny Anderson of Brooker'! Hampton Tuesday.Mr. M. McRae of Pine Level was a of Jesse O. L. Brown Raulerson was the guest
CJf Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Crawford. I Miss Lula Mae, and Miss Elvie Kelly Sunday. spent the week-end with Enoch and I and Mrs. C. B. Roberts, accompanied business visitor here Monday.Mr. Sunday morning,

., Miss Fronla Hodge of St. George. I Mann attended the birthday dinnerof Vanlce Keene. by Mrs. Chesley Fogg and Mrs. Wesley Hersey of week-end (In Gum Branch section i
; Ca., spent the! week-end here the Mrs. Lewis' father W. J. Johns J. S. Sapp and son. Eldon and and children Leecy and Jewitt at- ,Jacksonville was visiting their parents with Misses Helen and Dorothy
guest of Miss Martha Crawford. 'of Starke, last Sunday. Gum Branch P. D. Reddish were In Jacksonville tended the graduation exercises of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hersey, Norman.
p.; Mr.. and Mrs. B. L. Prtvltt and Mr. and Mrs, J. B. Thomas, Mr. Sunday visiting relatives and the B. H. S. at Starke last Wednesday I here last week. Mrs. F. M. White is visiting relatives .
t baby, Jeanette, spent the weekendat and Mrs. R. B. Thomas and daughter Elizabeth: Ilarnage. Or. friends. evening.The Miss Vesta McRae spent the at Gainesville this week.
Macclenny the geuats of her Miss Hazel, spent Sunday at There will be prayer meeting at many friends of Nlram
,, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samson Graham with Mr. and Mrs. F. W. the home of Mr, and Mrs. W. C. Wynn of Hampton regret to learnof -
r9 Crewa. Reynolds.Mr. Mr., and Mrs. E. N. Andersonwere Clemons Friday night. Everybody Ma death at his home Sunday FUNERAL DIRECTORS
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Starling and and Mrs, H. H. Howard and the guests of Mr. and Mrs. welcome to attend. afternoon. Mr. Wynn formerly re-
children of Macclenny were visitIng children; Mrs. R. B. Thomas and H. Keene Sunday.; .---. -- .--- aided in Graham. uur Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Uti to Render
h relatives here Sunday. I daughter, Hazel, were visiting Mr. IH Miss Elizabeth Harnage pent Many of the troubles in automobiles --. EFFICIENT, PROMPT anti COURTEOUS SERVICE
T Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Flanders and Mrs. J. G. and Mrs. E. Howard the week-end at Green Cove although blamed on the car- World's largest collection of pa- MODERATE PRICES
and daughter Ethel, of Waycross, of Fairbanks Sunday afternoon. .Brings with Misses Alma and bureter, are caused by dirty breaker per money Is in London, comprising DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY
Ga, spent last Friday here, the Mr and Mrs. Henry Sowell of I Emma Conway points, which frequently cause 40,000 bank notes Issued by STAKKE FLORIDA

i guests of Mr. and Mrs. I. B. I LaCrosse were visiting their-W. -H.---Carter and nephew, Ar- the engine to miss. more than 100 countries. -..

p Thompson. I: "KEEPING UP WITH THE Too Bad Al Didn't Know POP
? 1'>11'. and Mrs. C. A. Moody of f JONESES"--- 1\10l\IAND-1

.:Belmore were visiting Mr. and ,.
Mrs, J. L. Gaskins Tuesday. .
r Mr. and Mrs W. E. Norman and v. DAWGoNlrta! DOM'T I / WMII.aI YM GETTING '( BETTER LACK "VV PSHAW I I NOW V\ '(EAHOU'D --
the of Mr and Mrs. R.
here guests
+ 30ust'
Misses Thelma and Gertrude TH' oi?T. f? N 14GINIS' 11; T-CUT'v ARE TH' NAVY TO
f Gasklns spent Sunday at Wood- SOME'THIN !! BALL. :J.1!:
of Misses Nannie
lawn, the guests
Parrish and Lula Andrews of Lake ((4 ;
Butler, who are spending some V 1
time at Woodlawn with Mr. and if u u
Mrs. Ancil! Parrlah.Mra. .
\ Jean Gaaklns and family "

spent Sunday at Evergreen the 1 4._ _
guests of her son-in-law and y 1 1 :

a' Redding.daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Russell :: ,,.; 1e = l -

Miss :Martha Crawford Mrs.
Florence Carlisle and Robert Craw / 1111.M N'1.' aw..l.l.a H._._. tp ri rru; NOhbW 22.11.

ford attended the sing at Ever-

green Sunday Blackwllder afternoon. la spend THE FAMILY NEXT DOOR Longer Test Needed IjJ
S Mrs. Sallie
_ _
some time here with her u
'r on-ln-law and daughter Mr. and Milt CHMIUC, II ate Yo11R1 1t.' WI **&"*. 919. -m' WIMMCN 100- \ Yf ceen HARKto* nvc o* 'CM

Mrs. C. E. Crawford.Mr. I CATtRlW 1* 'TH* hMAL1'TRA11 'CAIN SKY Jw VJHAT' ,,",y'u CO".N". ( ALREADY, 'N NEVER STAYED WITH* ANY -YOU JQ ADN3. /

and Mrs. I. B. Thompson and NOWMI$$ ""to -"n\n' ''SUR' 6er ont TUNNY \ 0'\THEM Kote'M A MONTH -Y CAM 9TAY 'WITH n L0116
lion. Ell, spent Sunday at Wood- L 600D VRtttsKia ANYTWlHCi. euT Wt\I\T-me'( tMt IT PROM Mi,3IR, TN14 ThiNf 0''YLtbD ENOUGH T'b
.. "t
of Mr. and Mrs. SUSS s1 TN' a
lawn, the guests \D oo i KNOW woMEN, A
1 8. II. Thompson. h OSI"--I.6IJ61\1" TOB- i NOUMRUEwcooeD ACQUAINTEDw1

+ Quite >a' large-crowd from here ? LAN X .. LIFO
attended the"show at Lawtey Sat- .- '"'& ., IS ALRI611Tc -
t -: ..
urday night. r I
Charlie Gaskins of Staike waa Sr. 0 1' ,'
C ,
visiting relatives here Sunday. ai ? rC
Mrs Samson Crews and children -
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of Macclenny are spending A 0rut6A0
h this week here with Mr and Mrs. 1 O
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APRIL 8, 1034& 0I

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J 107 Letters & Special

Delivery South ____9:90: a. m. L- ,
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Tha architects and

: I Economic Highlights 1 1'h'n engineers working on the Florid:

building at the C&tl'llgoVcrld'O!: /:
LIVE STATE NEWSNews Fair have developed a method J

That Affet-t the Dinner whereby the odor of orange blos- New DealService
I'nll., OUIdend e...... .. of Florida in Short Paragraphs 1II1U of Kverr: l"dh'I.I..I-\i.! soms can be made to permeate!
u...... .." International Problem every nook and corner not only of

Inseparable From Local Welfare.Business Florida Hall but the Exotic Garden }airy ,
I I t
as well at a cant which is almost -
in general has
continued -
negligible' wording to E. W.
Improvement that start-
I Brown general manager of the ex- ,
.%>D NOW "SIU8IC WEEK" TAKES MIAMI: PAYROLL with Christmas buying last De- hibits to be made by the state at I
During the last two
TALLAHASSEEGovernor MIAMI-H. E. Cooper paymaster Chicago. next summer. Station
months there has been
of the Ebersbach a pronounced -
week proclaimed that Construction
f leot
&:lollS the nation inablerving Company, was held up by a bandit rise in manufactiirg! out- MIFIIIKP'S: N4IM'
should Join
t r.orldI8'1S ,
put, accompanied by substantial Heirbv notion' In irlvon that under :
National Music Week and robbed of $1,987.11 Saturdayas and l hy \'h'llI. of that oertKln writ of
12, and urged that he was taking % payroll from a Rains In employment and payrolls. execution Issued on Mnv Slut. A.1>.
r ( May 6 to Excellent signs are likewise observed It'll:J, by And under the rmiiil and
Sorlda people should "hear music, bank to the home of Charles Ebers- enl of Cleric of rtu-iilt Court of
and enjoy music." bach, company president. Cooper in the great agricultural Hrnclfoi-rt (County Plni..Ma, .on thntcerinln I
I music Judgment of record ANNOUNCES ITS
nuke areas-a recent report placed In paid
told police he had just arrived in
Court wherein Hank of Htnrko, a
farmers' cash Income at y yqty
an automobile when a white sixty- rorpomtlon. 1.. plaintiff' and I Hov
AIRPORT COMPLETED! men three per cent above that a yew Edward nod J. W. TMwnrdu are defendant s ,,
approached with'a turned rfr. ,, /
gun As often 1 have levlpil upon and will I '
160-acre airprt ago. happens at this tine
WAUCHULA-The the ignition sell) to i ho hltrhent hlililrr fur rush
t mile cast of this city has switch put the key in of the year, the Increase in distribution nn Monday, the 4th, ilxv of June, 1914, v ;
CWA and his pocket and forced him to turn of products has been less 'luilnir the legal" hour of "nl In, In New
a ScientificLubrication
completed as over the front of tin, South door of the County Deal
n pip:: project., Ira Rigdon work money. than the Increase in their produc- court bonito of Bradford, County,
announced. The tract -- tion. Retail prices have moved In Hintke, Florida, the following.
y drector: has MAY lands lying and being; In until' Prnd-.
been clo-.red!, runways built, af NAME TEACHERSTALLAHASSEE slightly upward.Governmental. ford County Florid' or '' n.uch
has The State thereof an in HHpntlnl In' satisfypaid
tract and I
arounJ a
I ,f Mice, put expenditures Judgment with rout. of execution -
of 4t
and! sock Lpnd also has been Department Education advised which may falily be called artl'l-!. to-wlt:
inquiries Saturday that From point where. Rnuth line ofMnrlirnl
which Isis clel business stimulants still ServiceFRI.
golf course
for --are
boards of tt Townxhlu 8 South, ItniiKe -
be built later. public instruction may] an imposing factor in the Industrial "2 KllKt, croNRPH wi*.t edit .of' Htnte
select and appoint next year's Hoad Xo. 18, thenc. run Northerly.
picture. They have been declining: I'lom
suing Rd( state rood K88Vi
GO\T EATS MONEYMIAMIThings school teachers prior to the June but they are still far greater th \n point of beginning, thence Westerly 44 :
happened fast meeting of the boards if they de in normal periods. As a result, any at right. angles to .:phld' rnnd 105 feet
thence Northerly parallel tn said
i sire. A rule of the State Board of
Frwlla J. Riley found retrenchment such as eliminationof road G feet to a street, thence' 2?
after Mrs. Education provides that teachers the bureaus now providing relief along 1 said Street to Kald. road andthence & SAT. .r MAY4th&5th '
Big Day
chewing contently be- : W 0 1 s
her pet goat "Shall be appointed not later" than alone said l l road to point ofbeginning
pocketbook from which a i jobs would necessarily be followedby In SW\ of "'J!:'/, of H\V4 of
ilJe a the first meting of the county a drop in the business indices. Maid Section, Townahin snit tango
J'O and a $5 bill were missing. The ;boards In June. There is nothing i Moo S'4( of 8 134\ of "HW4 In Section
bnnk notes were not In the goat's A review of current business, 21, Township 8 "Mouth, Hangs 83
In rule that would prohibit earlier
; East
mouth, and Mrs. Riley rushed the largely taken from the Departmentof SW of
appointment, the State Depart- Also 814 of RR"1 of So>c- "
anal to a veterinarian. He op- Clmmerce reports, follows: llon 8; and NV4 of *Wi4 of NKi/j and SERVICESBIGGEST
ment said. V'j VR of SWU of 38
erated anal retrieved enough piecesof I Commodity Prices-During Feb- \V .fto NEw of ,Y.5ildt tfl. all In ,.
the bills so that Mrs. Riley baa ruary and most of March, the Township. 7 Mouth, Range 82 East
I BIG TOMATO CROP Also, all that portion, of NVV"4 of yrri
a good chance of reclaiming them.Sj PA'.METTO All was smiles wholesale price level continued t.ie: S\V:, of Section II, Town hl II|> 8Month t
Mrs Riley Is out, not $15 but advance that began a year ago and flange r S3 East, which ties 1 1u
along the Manatee River Saturday Went of R. A. J,. Hv. right-of-way GREASING SERVICE EVER OFFERED IN STARKEHave
of the And has been .held blnce with
"3, the cost operation. us farmers, packers growers, com- ever a uiul, I containing, about nine acredAlito .
the goat, Ita stomach resewed was mission few minor recessions. Early In N'4 of E'4 of "W4 of SRVJ'
men fruit inspectors of Section IS Township 6 South
reported again ready to eat anything graders and truck drivers preparedto April there'wall a pronounced- Range 22 niiBt.Abio .

that comes Its way. go Into the third week of the ward surge-resulting from the Temnle'e, Lots Addition 1 I. rand 3 to of pinole Town 23 of In you ever had your car CREASED: the PROPER WAY with l PROPER ., '
movement toward shorter k-
FORESTS COSTS MONEY most successful tomato season in days and higher wages, and more W..ke. Florhl.,W. J. ,EppKROM.An : LUBRICANT? The New Deal Service Station Is equipped to do all the k
years. It took only ten days to exceed Xherlff of Bradford
TALLAHASSEE-The Federal last year's total output and efficient price-fixing under the protection County Florida. LUBRICATION SERVICES and at LOW COST to your I '

government has footed the bill for with activity in: the fields and of the codes. The general KNUUIT A KNintJT, "tarke. KinAttorney ,
for B-46t8-l; |
of automobile prices Indicates -
28,005 man days of work in Im packing houses gathering momen- upping -
the trend.Domestic Notice In. hereby given' that under ,
Florida forest lands and
proving: tum hourly all existing records that certain final decree of tor.'lo.and ..-
preventing forest fires. The cost may be shattered before the last Trade Higher payrolls ure pale rendered by the lion Good Gulf Gasoline and Oils Firestone Tires and Tubes

has run to some $3,000,000, IncludIng tomato crate is nailed and headedfor and the early arrival of Oeo.Vice Wm.of the Jackson Circuit an. Court J ml ire of Pro Brad Mao

operations and wages. Conser- northern markets three or four spring weather in many sections of ford County Florida, In Chancery, In
vation Corps camps In this state weeks hence. the country have stimulated retail: a certain cause, No 8.18, In laid. Court
wherein C U Stock wen an
Bent $694,453 home to their dependents trade. Large department stoles pending Conaervator for Bank of Btarko, a "Cars Called For And Delivered"For

in the first twelve monthsof PLANS SHERIFF'S SCHOOL which, had almost become accustomed Florida Banking: plaintiff In
Connervatorvhlp, 'la and II
their work. Twenty-five campsare ET. AUGUSTINE Adjutant to heavy losses are reporting : A. Dew at. al. are defendant, the

located in Florida and they begin General Vivian Collins said Satur- profits. Mail-order business undersigned, aa Special Master by

: their third enlistment period day that an outgrowth of the state seems to be fifty to sixty per cent : same Maid ,decree will during appointed the legal to hours execute of Further Information Call At

[ en April 1, State Forester HarryLee meeting cf sheriffs recently at Ho- better than a year ago indicating gale on Monday May 7th 1931 at b..

Baker said 1 na report recently.Lee mossa Springs is the plan for a that conditions on the farm are the .aouth at Rtarfce door of., Ilradford the county County courthouse ,

Baker said In a report recently.TFor school 1 of instruction for sheriffs proving fart.Electrlc l.n-I' Florida, cell to the highest and beetbidder
for cash the following described
to be conducted at Camp*J. Clifford :: : Power-With adju land. and promises. to-wltt New Deal Service Station -
Foster near Jacksonville July ment made for seasonal varlatio, Ei of KW'i of E'/4' of Hoc tlon 17
Township .8 South flange JS East: p
Fastest 11-13, by direction of Governor sales recently touched the highest subject to mortgage of BradfordCounty
Dave Sholtz. Notices of this schoolare point since last summer which Bank; also. W 4. of SI '.4 of
SE'.. of Said section, township, and
Relief being sent to all sheriffs from points to a general industrial up- range; all In Bradford County Florida MADISON and WALNUT 1I. E. 1 PRIEST Manager 1 PHONE 83 +
the office of General Collins here. swing. I< <
The objective of the school is cooperation Finance-Both bond and stock A* Special' Mauler In ChanceryXNIOHT .
Demand and Get with the Federal admin- markets were quiet during March & KNimHTAttorney
fur Plaintiff. .201Itlll- i
istration, in Ita drive against crime, and early April. The impendingstock

by presenting modern methods of exchange regulatory bill is

prevention, protection, detection naturally a dampening Influence.

investigation and co-operation, as The general trend of stocks has 't 1

BAYER well as offensive and defensive been downward with bonds going i'ti
combat. up, showing that conservative
forces are in command.

GENUINE BAYER TALLAHASSEE-The FIGHT ON PEST state ap- Foreign show Trade-Late Increases in official both ex-reports Miill //

hunters Satur- uric itu
pealed to aligator ports and Imports when seasonal! /

ASPIRIN day to aid in a campaign for eradi- adjustments are made. Total for-

cation of the cattle screw worm. eign business hovers around forty-
Bin or'a unique process Conservation Commissioner GeorgeW. '.
five per cent of the 1923-25 av
) mnnufacture. Genuine Bayer Davis issued an appeal to hunt- ag
Aspirin Tablets are made to disintegrate erage. _

LY you -take or them.dissolve Thus-INSTANT they start- era throw in Taylor aligator and carcasses Dixie Countiesto into the have Transportation remained firm- with Carloadlngs March 1-1 I Ip'Build I

to work tnstantli/ Start taking water after they have beep skin- E
above February. The financial position i
Hold of? even a severe headache ned. Dr. J. V. Knapp, state veteri- improves ,
.of the lines steadily -
neuralgia. neuritis or rheumatic pain narian, reported that screw worm f G,
a few minutes after taking. -it will be remembered that
dies blow their eggs into the carcasses
And they two practically every
for Genuine BAYER ASPIRIN does ,' if they are left exposed. company years seemed ago headed for bank- _

not harm the heart. So if you want Screw worms were reported In Railroad securities have
QUICK and SAFE relief see that Florida in appreciable force last ruptcy.
you act! the real Bayer article. Look year. They caused considerable strengthened-according to Roger e flORI DA w

for the Bayer cross on every tablet loss in cattle and swine in the Babson, railroad stocks since June,

GENUINE) and lor the words northern tier of counties, but quick 1932, have gained 278 per cent In
every bottle or package you buy. eradication work was described ail Construction Total contracts '

Member N.R.A. successful._ awarded in March were far over r
GENUINE February and early April experi- "
In recent studies 2.350 new _
DOES NOT HARM THE HEART twin stars have been discovered enced an building.encouraging Public spurt works in residential and- a FIVE' billion American tourftfi In pleasure travel

utility contracts continue to a- an .xpenditur. fiv.times the value. of our national wheat

amount to more than forty per 't'e crop; twice the worth of our itael output and three times more valuable. t

cent of the total.AutomobilesThe. than our gold production. Florid share of this vast. sum. ettimated

most slgnlfi 1 by the American Automobile Association, is 150000000. +
FOR I.) VJJSelling
cent development in this Industrywas

the recent price advance Initi- Florida, greatest potential resort state in the Union fats less than

ated by Chrysler and followed by ? three per cent of the money American tourtist spend on vacation. _. a''

A. ., General Motors. A number of t principally during 90 day of our so-call.d tourist ...son. Wisconsin.

e l'.S / ('. ."t I () S t smaller producers fell In line, with gets almost an equal amount and Southern California gets almost th...*

Ford standing out against the times at much. i''

jump on the ground that higher v.

i ( lur prices are Inimical to trade. Irre- 't; This year, estimate will be revised upwards. Advertising from several

( spective of this conflict which sources, et a time when economic: condition were improving brought" p

promises to be Interesting and important to Florida the greatest tourist migration In history -e compelling "

_. sales of cars continue toexp&lld Increased transportation facilities and adding great wealth to the state. 4i
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and the Industry ta naion'a -
Estimates of the Hotel Commission fix. the probable found expenditure
example recovery
nit: C\H vm'iioi rA from depression. this season at 250000000. Yet the main flow of tourist revenue hasscarc.ly

ruin: CLASS Lumber-While total lumber been t.pped.n. .

production declined lately. In contrast All-Florida Committee Is a nonp.rTour'' millions launched, the
early of
development Florida end
The will
Ford usual seasonal -
V-B baa to the experience
to k. known come '" /", ,., of ,,, .! I I: / ....",( '" ."., Douglas fir and Southern titan, non-sectional unselfish organization, build e great new commonwealth on the foundations of the old, .if w.

WlthoBl aa Tfce Car I..r /'/,' I ';::::/, pine> showed advances. Employ- formed for the single purpose of the pro- tell the. story of our attraction! through the greet publication of the .
a Prk.!
ciaa* ment In the industry varied but country to the hundred million people who have never been her.,
bee.515hkb.dhsoan motion of Florida as a whole. During the 4
tending upward.
.naineerias bit/ ." 1'1 1: \11'101 i: lightly Steel-Thl Industry, through Ita summer. months a'concentrated. drive will Tourist' millions are spending million. ready cash flowing through

'o a Price. I| ft Ibe fas*. I "..I'd .1 code. Is attempting to stimulate .'be made'' to enlht in the work of this our marts of trade hard cash paid out to our hotels I restaurant, "1t

.al 'tiling ear la America 1 I: \ 11111 I' '11" I I business by advancing prices. Re- merchants, gasoline" ,ttioM. theatres and professional men for

IMW.U. 111:111"1'1': \ ," sults so far haven't been particularly organization, the> association and support of Florida fruits vegeteble, poultry meat, dairy product, Pith building

led by lie rag. imposing. Operations are at every ,individual citlsen every business materials end manufacture. *. Thousands of people are given employ ,
>IUly .
about forty-five per cent of Capacity boll.e.aisd political. subdivision of ment commercial' activity Is increased, everywhere!
onomy-4jr it. node.edible 1// 1,1', and have held closely to

b..irbr It* \ \ I I I what seasonal experience forecast. Florida, You are requested to study the Each y.., the crowds can be"'augmented, the "season" gradually

'" mplomblp OTfenn. Sentiment within the& industry I.! material set forth In these advertisements lengthened to twelve month I by>> carrying the message of our year $!
II I I -I I i I I -I''kl
aaK. l It baa earned the reported aa being exceptionally op- ; round attraction and advantages to millions, of American home. t?
\ III I. I timistic. appearing; weekly in this publication.

.ht to be t I: I"" ,," I"" .. ,', Textile*--The industry as In the Thousands of visitor will become Interested In FlorId potential, 4

d.. Ii.. I ,,' ,I recent past haa been doing welt a' advantage will decide to make their home. her., will add their weaHH vt

IJ "I 1:1: \ I I\, Moat branches& of the business recently to the economic structure of the state instilling new life Into

.IIIfIl.I'I II" I"" I. .. ,, .., Ii" reported with heavy Increases in cAll I DA business" and Increasing' the general prosperity. p

) I ) I II production proportionate
I' j. I I I
Prepare to advanc.yotar end that ,
Interest of the
gains In payrolls and employment. : .I: own state a* a Jt
\I Prices have been firm with a COMM:: f whole I by>> fining In this movement for a UNIFIED Florida adverting. If

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l BIG TRACT OF LAND protection the

i Cosmetics For Office and Home Provided: UNDER FIRE PROTECTION sign a contract to landowner spend tnr lI1us

I.I { S d In This Business Girl's "Beauty Budget" More than 8,000-acres of, woods on cents keeping to five out cents,fire.per This acre sUm a yea;

tv -- land in this county have) been matched by the state who I
I placed under state fire protection niBhea the Implements ot
,Makes Provision for Accessories according to H. 'J. Malsburger-of tton. pratee

4 'oqv--- Without Spending the State Forestry Department There Is a possibility
in Starke that th
who Wednesday
e :Mrs. Inman Honored Trl-County Club Federation AU Her MoneyBy The was land is around Sampson this Empire Lumber Company lands II
county will be
i At Leesburg Meeting: Meets Here WednesdayThe ELIZABETH CROCKER City and Graham, Mr. Malsburger protection Mr, Malsburger placed Wide,
Smith said.
said and belongto Hogan
r Mrs. Vonda Inman, district manager Trl-County Federation of Director, National Btattty I.."".,. 4 and R. H. Smith. 0 -
of the Woodmen Circle, was Women's Clubs, composed of Brad- ; gas was first Used tOl,
y an honored: guest at the District ford, Baker and Union, Counties, NOBODY can compel with berth I To get his property under state lighting at Fredonia. N. Y, In 1821.
economically aware yet
No. 3 convention which was held will meet here with the Starke -- .
wholly feminine businesswoman ___
1 !In Leesburg April 26. club next Wednesday afternoon, young _
today I
'lj During the ceremonies a flower April 0, at 3:30: o'clock. The program
She to -I
brings the matter of beauty ISmith's
tlti drill' was put on by the Ocala arranged for the afternoon all the efficiency with which she attacks For Expert Repairing
Guards, composed of fourteen la as follows:
4 an office ass gnment. all the
young ladles of the Ocala Grove Meeting Called to Order-Mrs. get-your-results method abe has

f each carrying beautiful bouquets of J,, E. Mainea, federation president, learned from her work.'
r varl-colored gladiolus, and during Song. "Suwannee River."
One of them recently wrote me:
this: Impressive drUl these bouquet Collect.
Repeating 1 know how important It l la to look Garage
were presented to Mrs. Inman and Welcome Address-Mrs. W. E.
well on the job, but 1 do want to be ]
after the ceremony Mrs. Inman Middleton president, Starke Wom
sensible about this .
was showered with a collection of an's Club. beauty.buslnns.I Phone 120
handkerchiefs from these can't afford to throw money away, I
Response-Mlsa Vivian Fowler, ao I'm thinking of putting myselfon

ladles. Lee I' vice-president Lake Butler club. a beauty-budget. Can you help Wrecker Service Day
The burg grove which Mrs. Reading: "The New, ,Baby" me'" or NightFLOUR I
Inman organized also honored) her Frances Riherd.AddressMrs.
at this convention when she was Of course I could help her! I

presented a beautiful necklace with .. II. E. Mitchell of made Inquiries at the Melba Charm ---
bracelet to match as a token of Jacksonville vice-president of Sec- School to assure her the newest

their love and high esteem for her tion Four., 'information In beauty Ideal and GOLD l\IEDAJ-"KITcnEN TESTED"

Mrs. Inman's daughter-in-law, Vocal Trio-Group of Starke. ladies then sent her a tentative chart to I

Mrs. George II. Inman accom-- tart her on her budgeteertng. First :

panied her to Leesburg. Chalk Talk-Mrs. .C.. L. .Stock- of all I listed the Item she would
well. need In her desk a* well as> In her

Reading, "How to Manage dreoser at home-cleansing cream Plain or Self Rising

band"-Mr8.. T. M. Rlherd.-*'*' tonlo., face and talcum\ powders and _

i RITZ THEATRE Piano Solo Miss .,Marjorie hand lotion. For home use, in addition 8-Lb. Bug 12-Lb.nag 24But:
Hump. to doublet on these, 1 mention esfalnslp
Beautiful Ellere takes a final' look In her mirror before steppingout
Club .nourishing a foundation Sally.
II 8TARKIDFLOIUDA. "Building Our ..Hou8e"Mrs. cream 31c 59c $1.17QUAKER
k. 1 J. L. Newbern. cream rouge and lipstick and'elaChet for a .troll. 0NOM-YA

'" Business Session. fart of the plan was to buy: danotng-afterwards once-a-week the cessttles. never to buy a brand just

PROGRAMBEGINNING Social Hour.Methodist a supply: for her vaketip Box at semi- formal dance-at.thlMlub on I because of attractive packaging

MAY 4 home and office-kit and make) a notation Saturday nights and frtends-ln"for without ascertaining the reliabilityof MAIDPORK

W. M. S. Circles on her memo-pad of the date bridge once or twice a week we decided the manufacturer and to cleanse '

g i I, FRIDAY Will Meet ,Monday and amount expended and then a normal amount of cosmetics and makeup her face as carefully and BEANS 6 For 25c
watch when It began to be need up would adequately meet her needs. after work as before starting for

"Death Takes The circles of the Woman's Missionary and replenish It before It actually: If, after getting the supply: needed work. DIXIE CRYSTALSUGAR

) Society of the Methodist ran out. she still had a UtUe surplus Her memo-pad told her when to
Holiday"Fredrlo .
y Church will meet Monday .after 1 A girl with.aa oily''skin' would money' In her budget there was perfume renew her supply: ; her once-only: expenditure Pounds 24c

March Evelyn Venable noon at 3:30: o'clock. Circle No. 1, naturally: use an astringent; Ul.dl'7..ItIDDed to be luxuriated In. and bath mad her feel that she

Mrs.' T. J. Griffin leader, will 'be young miss more) cream salt*. Otherwise, the) longerthanperfumelastlngeachet was not buying cosmetics every FANCY BLUE ROSE
SATURDAY entertained by Mrs. E. K. Ferry and only the girl without any: ., was to take other day: and spending all her salary

"Thrill Hunter"BUCK man. Circle No. 2' will be enter color of her own more) rouge and soon the place of'be' perfume and the on beauty-aids and bar method RICE Pounds 25c

tained by Mr. Sam Anderson and .' But for this)\ particular ,girl bath salts were to be forgotten tem brought her an assured. .
'JONES Mrs. A. W Anderson. at! the home however with itormal akin and porarily.: The main feature was And now more than ...lO'VelfDes".1 DRY SALTMEAT
of the former. t leading the arerage morleMind- never to be without bar beautj-ne-1 can compete with her

SUNDAY'MONDAY"Man's .m ..__ Pound lOc
.?' ._ J ,. 1r _
-> Castle"Spencer U. D. C. Hold Meeting, Woman's.Clt b NoticeThe Long-Awaited PictureIs SILVER
BROOK Print or A&P Fancy Tub
Tracy, Loretta Young Say it with Flowers At Home Of Mrs: ,Flynn *> : regular meeting of the Wom- FINEST PURE CREAlIERYBUTTER'
... ; Coming To The Ritz
.. ....,. '
r 'The local U. D. C. chapter met an's Club of'Starke will be held at

TUESDAYWEDNESDAY Flowers For 5A11 fff Wednesday afternoon and was the club house! next Wednesday "Man's Castle," which comes to Pound 29c

"NANA" "' charmingly entertained by Mrs. afternoon May 9, at 3:00: o'clock. the Ritz Thettre' Sunday for a
Occasions.mimTimJ George B. Flynn Mrs. Florence E. All member urged to be presentat MANDY
two-day engagement, Is said! to be
t ANNA STEN.; Holmes ........... .. f......i''n'....n..Tr,f Canova and Mrs. O. L. Haypes. this hour'' so that all matters one of the most moving love stories MEAL 5 Pounds lOc

1 Lionel Atwill, Phillip GODBEY4 I Mrs.. Flynn'a living room wa&,artistically may ba ,transacted: promptly by that Frank Borzage has ever di- GOLD MEDALWHEAT1ES
J. GERTRUDE decorated with baskets 3:30: o'clock when the Trl-County
rected. Sharing honors 'with the
i 4 THURSDAYFRIDAY Federation wlmeet with the club. : 2 Packages 25c
KINLAW1 and bowls of Easter lilies gladioliand director for excellence In the picture .

i:'We're Not Dressing' PHONE 40 other spring flowers. .-' "w i are two stars Spencer Tracy FANCY SANTA CLARA, 70.80 Size
The president Mrs Oj I. Beas- Woodmen I and Loretta Young PRUNES 2 Pounds
Ding Crosby, Carole) Lombard Circle Notice .. 15c
.. ,.Sll Church Bt. Starke Fla.S .'. ey, presided and after hearing reports The supporting! cast is exceptionally ,SPARKLE
i' .. .. -.-.-. from various committees, The regular I meeting of the It includes
capable. Marjorie
,. -
e plane were made''for.'tpe June Starke GrovP-'Woodmen 'CIrcle, Rambeau, Walter Connolly; Glenda GELATIN ':4For.. .. .17c

meeting:, which will"be held at Mrs. Hill' beheld at. the Masonic Hall Farrell, Arthur'' Hohl and Dickie Eat 8 Oaken a Day-FLEISCHMAN'S
J'. ;M. Brownlee's cottage at Klngs- Tuesday evening. May 8, at 8:00: Moore. YEAST
Lake. Committee on o'clock. Each 3c
ley arrangements ,

;: R. JOHNS'WEEKEND for spend-the-day party at A large class will be initiated at'' Ritz For has Tuesday booked"Nana and,, Wednesday," the long-the

the lake were: Mrs. W. G.Halle, this time and the grove will be awaited film starring Anna Sten

4 .. drs. J. E. Wilson, Mrs. George B. honored with a visit by the state the young blond actress from Soviet C 0' F FEE

: I Flynn, Mrs."I...A. Davis and" Mrs. manager Miss Myrtle Ollia Crump. Russia. 8
Jjj1 Samuel Goldwyn brought her to Mellow" "Rich Full-Blended"
It was decided to have a cleanIng O. E. S. To Meet Hollywood two years ago and Per Lb.19c. Lb. "Vigorous' per Lb.Wlney"Per
4 at'Crosby cemetery some day spent eighteen months and a fortune -
t this month, and Mrs J. E. Wilson The regular meeting of the preparing her for her first 21c
SPECIALS' and Mrs. O. I* Bcasley will solicit', Starke Chapter; Order of Eastern picture. 25c

funds from persona owning lots at Star, will be'field\ at the Masonic Lionel Atwill Richard Bennett

the cemetery. ,"* Halt Monday evening at 8:00: Mae Clark, Phillips Holmes and

At the close of the r business'sea- o'clock. All members are urged to Muriel Kirkland appear In support Fresh' Fruit and

sian the hostesses .served a dainty be prevent and all visiting members of Mlsa Sten In this story of ParisIn Vegetables

VACUUM PACKED salad course. welcome. 1870. .It was adapted from the Fancy U. S. MAINE No. 1

SEVEN DAY COFFEE, .Pound__"; y-23c I .-- famous novel by Zola. IRISH POTATOES 10 Pounds'23c
Baptist W. M. S?Notice Pepper Speaks Again :For Thursday and Friday of next

,24 Lbs. FLOUR _,._ __ ____'"':' _...L... -85c Circle No.'i,,of the Woman's. Missionary week,, the Ritz is pleased to an- BANANAS 4 Pounds ,17c
To, County Voters nounce that It'-wiH' show ."We're
j[ Society; fit the.' BaptistChurch Stringiest BEANS'
I ;24 Lbs.,Pillsbury FLOUR-,, ,..._.._......;$L5' Will be entertained by Mrs Not Dressing," a brand new pic- Pound .7l/zc
E. C. Priest at her home 'Monday ture starring BIng Crosby Burns Fordhook LIMA BEANS Lb. 12c
Claude Pepper candidate for the .
Jfiest BACON Pound__ ... ....: ..Te71Oc afternoon at 3:30: o'clock. and Allen and Carole Lombarde. ;
,,- y-- United States :Senate; seat now held ... Fresh SQUASHES
Pound 6c
il .:": : ; Circle No, 2 will meet With Mrs. ,
; WEINERS-25c. Annie Richard and Mrs. J. E.! Wil- by Park Trammel!, made a return It rained every day for more Fresh TOMATOES .
Lbs. Pound
: (
.2 vls't! to Bradford County this week than 100 days in Yugoslavia this ,, 7V2c
i son, at the home of Mrs. Richard '
when he spoke Monday afternoonat CELERY
4'' 5 Lbs. RICE. -_ ___ ----_________22c on Call Street, ate 3:30: o'clock.," SUrke and1 Lawtey. season..J Stalk 7'/2
I Circle No. 3 will/ meet with Mrs. ORANGES
Lbs. Irish POTATOES23c: A. J. Grlffia at her home :Monday: I-v hH!' Stark speech made on s San Salvador has a new silver Dozen 15c

,10 afternoon at the same hour. downtown street corner Mr. Pep coin th. colon, with a par value. of LEMONS Dozen 20c

;r, !\ 3 Cans TOMATOES ,.,.......,..... ..____ 2Scp All members of the circles are.Ig y. per pgRin attacked Senator Trammell'lI fifty cents.- LIMES Dozen 15c
: ? barged, be present. political record sayingthat
JwM.--1'7 _. oul. of the eighty-one bills Introduced -.


;' 1' Fresh CHEESE, Pound ___..._______172'II I In Clroult Cou..tTmtY-81itih; : .Judicial be since;Mme April law, ,He 1919 ridiculed only four the have importance GCfiTIONS-'

Circuit, In and for Bradford of these four.

5 Lbs. Northern BEANS,. _... __25c County Florida. .In Chanctryr- 14-0.
,m : r Vera! J(>Iinon. Complainant' "s. Outlining Ms"platform. Mr. Pepper : w""' 18-0m. 24Oz.lOc.
Hamilton U. Johnson r>'De''dant By ANN ',0.
PICRLESl5c c- BILL FOB DlVOKClJIt made a fOhetul'endorsement 6c .'
Large Bottle SWEET :, *t>p arln* by affidavit ',MnA \by of the New Deal and President i ORANGES not so many years ago 8c:1
to be : :>r:'
ab.WC enjoyed
Complainant In the .tyk'dcause denounced I onlyat
i and filed In thin Court, that it Roosevelt. He enaoy of Christmas time Today they
.2 Lbs; .Jar PEANUT,BUTfER' __.,:..Ip5cjS In the b.ll.f of the.Affiant that thlilac the practices ot big1' bualn.8a.'advocated almost a necessity the year around.are "

::' Hamilton* of residence Q. Johnson of the, ,Is Defendant unknown better schools, bid\ age pensions Their only serious. mal In health gl. CHIPSO 3 Small Pkgs. 17c

[l I Nb.2YElLOWCORN,_ ___ ___.____$1.65 that there In no permit In the teats lower freight rates for Flor- Inc ,propertlsa are tomatoes either 'TOILET TISSUE 4""y .
of Florida th..ervlce at a subpoena ida to Northern markets. fresh or.cannsd and at this eeaaonorangtfa
wham would' bind the Defendant are far abe.per than fresh WALDORF
upon RoilS'17c
SWEET FEED ___-.L.a.__..)$ ..75.t Hamilton Q. Johnson that Affiant Mr. Pepper was introduced to his tomatoes Tony are plentiful Juicy 4 .
u believe the Defendant, Hamilton listeners by Judge A.Z. Adkins. I. and sweet Use them not only foi, TOILET TISSUESCOTTTISSUE
Q. Johnson la over the of I
t OATS ,,*.. _, ... __---_,-.......--,...-.--$200.- twenty-one IT. IS TIIKRRFOREJ year: ORDERED age!: 4) 1 dessert juice but,for fruit cup. salads and 2 Rolls. '15c

SHORTS (16 Per Cent). _.; __$1.75 that 'you. Hamilton.Q... Johmon !>.> Knight Tells ,Who Gets ,Both new and old potatoes are .el') LUX .
: __ fondant In this ".. be, and you reasonable at present and of Ant '
are hereby ordered to appear to the quality. Use new TOILET SOAP 17c
potatoes boiled 3 Cakes
Bill of Complaint filed herein on the Half-Year Auto Tags or
COTTONSEED MEAL --------*.$1.60J, 7th day .f May, A. D. l 34. ntherwlee' baked bM.d.Oren and. old potatoes mashed, triad LUX' ,
.. er
the allBatlon of paid Bill will betaken : --
wonf..*...d by you -, 'Announcement made been are again an otiUtand-, FLAKES 9c
was yesterday Package
Chickens Sweet IT Itt FURTHRR ORDERED: that lag green vegetable but they are :
tt WANTED-Eggs, tyj this Order be publUhed' .. one a week by C. A. Knight tax collector, on. of many Including eaparagus. RAJAH. Supreme
four ooneeoutlre weekly Issues' Quality SALAD
for relative to the sale of half-year au- spinach cabbage and ,
't, of Bradford County Tel'.i.rapn. a broccoli. Use.
be Potatoes weoUy n.wnpnper "publl..h". at tomobile tag By the present mutor and enjoy them ant '
Pt. Jar
?- the Stark. County, In the of Bradford County. and of Bradford State of vehicle law, only those autolOcblle..4000acq..ited lowing The Quaker menus Maid. suggests me tot Jar 15c Qt;

and flat, of Florida' ,,after June 30 lONA
I PROMPT WITNFSst: my.hand and omiial and not subject to registrationprior Low Cost Dinner Rip, run Pack
WE SOLICIT YOUR PHONE.ORDERS FOR neat. an Clerk of raid Circuit Court '
lit Hta,"., Bradford County. Ftvrlda, : to that time will be permit Pot Roast of Beef TOMATO>> 25wiirrE

DELIVERY.SERVICE; lhls &th day l. Apr11 J, THoMAl', A. P,8,lp3f b d ted hale.!year licenses., Potatoes Bread and Butter Onions f.\3 No.2 Cans

<, A> Clerk. of Twenty-Sixth Judicial The part cl;'the motor vehicle Banana Custard OU8S6EVAPUMILK
C IrruitJost. In ,and fnePrnItnrd >, law
establishing this
provision: Tea or Coffse Milk
County 10r"I
H a WILSON: iij reada aa foUofat I7c
Medium Cost Dinner |
'' Phone 45 Free Delivery Solicitor. for Complainant.t-,I'1'Of ItlreVO'VICE I "Any motor'vehicle or trailer ac- Chicken Potpie Mew PotatoerOnwn ,3 Tall Cans..

... .. ELECTION quired after-June 30 of any year Bean. DELMO.VTE ,FANCY '
By. the power ...tM In th.m'by and not subject to registration Bread and ButterButterscotch
th. law.... th. State of Florida the prior to that time shall be Pie SHMACB
) on application 2 2Sc
S. R. Joimsr' Board of Publt..ot\ ,..... of Bradford -. to Coffee Milk No. 2 Cans
!' County hereby _It. lun .Italian 1 the Motor Vehicle .
: M yedits|* in N..w. Klv'r'9...il, lrax' Ccnmlaaloner:, registration of Very Special Dinner afSjsTfcW fi 11a.ka' PINiKi l
Ptsbttt"April' : t.l,>..* Th. piool Finest
noui. In New RiverFluride. Such vehicle or trailer after June Celery Radishes, Scallloas '
'' -, s For the fcoldlaaf1 end, 30" of aforesaid year, be charged Baked HanS Mustard SALMON 1 12cTHEJSREAT
THE ,OLD RELIABLE purpose.gt' TaB Can
!Tectlo tht r* appointed: at'the, rate of.lucb're.tratlon. Potatoes In Cream Green Bean. : ,
t ,. tOuetlc Kelly M. IJehnb O. W. iwk. Lettuce and Tomato Baled .
*- annual
ono-half of
Andrew.. and K: AShwp. C1..Ir.' rate. Provided
"xBER VICE MT MOTTO FOR'.OVER THIRTYJrrVm YEARS l *r. C. "A Chairman. Rolls and Batter. '
'A. J 0 tl'ld'-i. : ...II however that no Uccnao plat shall JYoeen Custard a/ere'' : ATLANTIC* TRAfcOMPA:
'-..1111&JQ.," .' oe.luued for leas.Uian.fS 3 e ." .' MWI 0.... .. ., ... .'
An ..a ,,, ,. 0'q.;q.. I :- t-"', .,, n"I'' ... t ..... .. ,
ti .J : ( ; *
'y 1 EMI "V'4 ,4 I, '" '" ; ',', :. hi. ,,:{. 'f "" ;':: ,;,..." ; ; \\'I\\' \[\ '1' et ,- ,", ,,"'.j.
t .,<>::\

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1 mA. 4 .

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Mrs. O. W White and children, Monday afternoon in the Interestof I i +
Olin, Jr., Misses Etholin, Dorothyand NAT SEZ: his candidacy for the United
Carol White, spent last Friday LAWTEY States Senate. .', IIICIILAND' ; q

BIts of .Jacksonvlll.. ",. Bill'' Jones weal a pretty fair':'me I O. J. Ftimpn, Cor. Mr. and Mrs, J. ')1. Reddish' attended ,, M. X. Crew, Cor.; ., I i (
-- chants and he worked In a garage. the union meeting eA.New. rt d; ; ,
Mrs. Annie O'Hara has returnedto When business got bad they laid River S nday/; /fc m l, l
her home in Jacksonville after Bill off. He City Hull Nearing(Completion visiting WU Visl. '
Lewis Turner of Miami a' M. C. Carter a business. ;
loc i .y a two weeks' visit here with Mr. looked through Local workmen are rapidly com relatives here this week tor to Starke Thursday. i ,
'-- and Mrs. C. A. Futch. the Help Want. y', pleting; the remodeling: of the city I "
David W. Moore, who is em- Mrs H. C. Wimberly and C. M. '
ed Column of hall here which was a CWA proj-
I OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND ployed In Jacksonville spent the Griffin were In Starke Thursday. era
CONCERNING Mrs. L. F. Dinkins -and little his newspaper ; ect and completion wall delayedfor week-end with his family beret Visitors from Maxvllle this week
OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN daughter, Jo Ann, of Lawtey were and saw an ad some time during the reorgani-
PROGRESS: Included Mrs. Charles Mosley and ;
: Mrs. H. B. Arwood and Mrs. C.
I which said that zation Into the FERA. Workmenare
II visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.O. Godwin
I I'I children, Albert Osteen, S. E. -
Whitehead in
A. Andreu, Tuesday. he could make also' busily'engaged in cuttingthe !R.Jacksonville Thursday were visiting afternoon. Mrs. Dora Osteen and Alfred I f + ,
plenty of money ditch leading to New River. I
I Mrs. James O. Godwin of the Harris. {
Tailor --
&-- Mra. Arnie Wages of Miami has I soiling Mrs. Harriet Creviston and William .
of Brooker was a Mrs. S. P. Vandivlere and son, Made Clothes i State Farm spent Sunday herewith i'
G. B. Colson been a guest for several days of' Strawberry Reason: Clone Gunn of Jacksonville visited *' '
Pitner, of Marianna have been relatives.
vista ,Tuesday. her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and that experience s The 1934 strawberry season officially i Mrs. II. C. Wimberly anJ'family 1
spending several days here with
not J. II. Moore left Tuesday for Ft. '
was cloned here Tuesday when t
and Mrs. O. A. Andreu. ..w
Ralph Cox of Ralford was visitIng her parents. Mr and Mrs. Q. W necessary. Now 110th car rolled for the northern I Meade where he Is Interested In Sunday.Mrs. Nelson T. Green and children i
here during, the weekend Alderman.Rev. Bill was a good mechanic but he markets. What looked far awhile the sweet corn deal. t
friends Mrs_ M. H. Lang of of Starke spent Sunday herewith
Jacksonville spent the weekendin didn't know any more about taking as good prospects to bring the An epidemic of German measles relatives.
.. J. T. Guy and son; Henry, Starke with Mrs..Lang's father, measures for a suit of clothes thanI growers out of the red turned out are confining several of the children Mrs! W. A, Besnent, Jr.. and I I.
: cT. Stewart of Bro k.r was attending of Crescent City''' were here this L. V. Moore, and family. know about fixing an automobile. to be almost a complete failure due here to their home this week. Miss Vera Mae Murray of Starve 1 '
to business here Wednesday week visiting Mrs. J. W. White, But Bill had nerve and a line to late colds which seriously hurt Dr. and Mrs. J. II. Carradlnewere were visitors here Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs O. W. White and that was convincing to the most the local crop. business visitors to Jacksonville .
:Mrs. W. E. Bryant Is a patient at Mrs. J. W. Griffls, Mrs,. II. C.Wlmbetly ,
; other He to town and
friends. skeptical.
came Monday. Grlffla
Ct Luke's Hospital Jacksonville, and Carson M.
i Mr. aid Mrs. J. T. Quigley spent having undergone an appendix got orders. Ha got his deposit and F. Dinkins tVrnoiinlaL. a business !Irs. M. B. Plummer was a visitor were visitors: to Jacksonville Tues v' s
I and Monday In Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. A. G. ,Ludwig of there went his way rejoicing. The suits was to Starke Tuesday afternoon. .
Sun1lny Hernando were week-end guests of came in C.O.D. and when the boys Rey. Lyell of MorrHtown Teun., day.J.. L. Bigg and E, C, Maycutn- A
Mrs Ludwig's parents, Mr. and opened them up and tried 'em on The many friends of Dr G. W. I preached at the Baptist Church s
business K
lie.Mr. Mrs. A. S. Crews ta able to be ber of Jacksonville were 'ce i, a
and Mrs J. W. Andrews, I Mrs. A. S. Strickland, at their out again after being.confined to there wasn't so much rejoicing Brown, who was recently seriously here Sunday evening and haa com visitors here Tuesday. l
jr. were visitors to Jacksonville home at Kingsley Lake.: her home for several days with a The Moral of this story Is: If injured In an automobile wreck, pleted plans to move his family Mrs. II. C. Wimberly, Miss Ethel I ,' .
you want clothes..tJMit/ are depend- will be pleased to know he is rapid here In the near future
I '
severe case of sinus trouble* nicks and Carson M. were
puredaYYyr -- Mrs.. J. L. Jllck=of Jacksonville able and that tit/buy them at ly recovering in a Jacksonville hos P. L." Dlnklna of Jacksonville in Lawtey Monday 4'
Edwards and Sternberg's. l!',*. pital., here with relatives, 4't'.
and Mrs. J. W spent the latter part of last Carlyle Ritch has returned to spent Sunday .
In Claude Pepper of Tallahassee Mr. and Mrs O. J. Anders The violet is the flower of w '
.nn, Joe, Jr., spent Thursday week in Starke visiting Mr. and Chicago, Ill., otter a two weeks'visit INTEItNATIONALTailor II were May rk
Jacksonville. Mrs. L.. S. Hutto and family and here with his parents Mr. and spoke to a large audience here visiting in Starke Saturday while the bloodstone is Us gem. + .

Mr. and Mrs A.. H. Hall. Mrs. J. II. Patch, and family. Made ClothesFit ... # }
Miss Fenntlla Snyder was in Guaranteed
Jacksonville this week visiting Miss Lois Adkins and Mibs Martha Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Miller, who $23.50
I Its; s Lillian Garrls. Brownlee returned Sunday eve- have spent several weeks here, upSHIRTS
ning from Tallahassee, where they have gone to Wilmington, N. C.,
Mrs. L. F. Chapman and son, were guests of friends at the Florida where they will be located for
i It bert, of the State Farm were State College for Women.. some time.' FOR MEN AND BUYS Tip Top GrocerySTARKE
I visitors here Wednesday.Mrs. That Are Made flight
:llr. and Mrs. Lloyd L. King of Mrs. A. U.. tlelster and Miss 79c
C. G. Arrendal of Lakeland, Dunnellon have been guests of Mr. Irene Ashmead of Miami, were
r'pas a weekend guest of Dr. and and Mrs., J. T. Quigley during the guests during the week-end of Mr. MUNSINOR'E.1RBathing!! FLORIDA "
I ).rs. O. L. Haynes and family week. Mr. King is pastor of the and Mrs. A. F. Sauls at their homeon SuitsFor ,
1 __ First Baptist Church of Dunnellon. Cherry Street. Mrs. Meister is
j L. S. Hutto, Misses Edna a cousin of Mrs Sauls. the Entire FamilyMen's '
I J Mrs Y
1 wd! .Carrie Hutto, and Tillman Mrs. H. V. Knight, has been removed Specials Friday Saturday May 4-5 ,
Hutto spent Monday in Jackson- to her home on Walnut Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Alexander Sport Shoes" 4.

I % lie. Street' from the Alachua County and daughter, Miss Wilma, and $2.45 -. $2,98 $3.95. ,
Hospital Gainesville, ,where she son, Jesse Alexander. have recently FANCY PACK '
., Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Bitch of has been a patient for the past moved here from Hamptonand $4.95Sport
Gainesville spent Sunday here with two weeks, convalescing from an are pleasantly located at the "
: Produce and Fruits !
his parents, Mr. and Mis. J., H. appendix operation. Sternberg home on Water Street. TrousersSanforized TOMATO

I Bitch : Shrunk "
Mrs. Lois Johns has'' returned Little Paul Canova III had the 3 No.2'Cans 25c +

Preston L. Pitts of Gainesville from Paragould,. Ark.,. where she misfortune of breaking his leg Sun- $1.98 '
was in Starke Saturday afternoon pent the. past two months with day at Ocala, where he, with his Other Grade From No. 1 Irish Potatoes .10 lb. 25c ,

visiting his parents,. Mr.'and Mrs.J. relatives. Mrs. Johns is',an efficient i mother, were visiting his grandparents $1.19,:up WHOLE GRAIN 'Golden Ripe Bananas _. .4 Ibs. 15c
in the office of the I Mr.. and Mrs.. D. F. Flowers
H. Pitts. Starke Telephone. Company and He was removed to his home here IT PAYS TO BUY AT I RICE I 'J Lettuce or Celery.._ --- .. .Each 7'/2c s

Haynes Grant and son, Haynes, the patrons are glad to have her Sunday afternoon, and is resting STERNBERG'SStarke Carrots or Beets______ _. .. ..Each '72C ;
last at the switchboard, very comfortably.
Jr., of St. Augustine spent again
Thursday in Starke with.Dr.. and 5 Pounds '" .23cLARD Fresh Beans. .. _. ___ ___ ...Pound 5c

Mrs O. L. Haynes.Miss the S. week-end C Carnell here of ,Ormond with ,Mr.spent and have Mr. as and their Mrs.house J. H. Courtmancb guest! Miss Florida Squash ,or Onions .. ._ __._ ..Pound 5c

Vera Claire Robinson 'ofApopha Mrs. F. A. Scott, and Monday was Edna Mirian Kyle of Palm Beach County Court Holds Apples... .. _- -. ....-- Dozen 20c '
week-end of accompanied''' home by I Mrs. Car and Chicago. Mien Kyle la on art
Miss Bunnie was Canova a at.her guest home nell and two sons,who have spent ist well known on both sides of Brief Session. Here Lemons ______?..__ .. .Dozen 15c* ,

on Walnut Street. the past three .weeks,,here with the .Atlantic, and we people of ----f-- 3 Pounds .. .23c
Mrs. Carnell's parents,. Mr. and Starke hope that some time both County Judge's Court, in session
a' Mrs..Pate Gaasett and-two children Mrs. Scott: i :' a---.*-- she and Miss Anita Courtmanch, Tuesday, and Wednesday of last: DEL MONTH .. ... "'" '
Avada and James Harold.are who needs no introduction here, week, disposed eel the followingcases DelMonle ;
pending several days In Ozark, Miss Genevieve Kenly of Jacksonville may be induced to give us a musi- : PEAS No.2Can 15c: 1'
Ala., with relatives former resident of Starke cal evening which would indeed bea Joe Pollard, threatening with SPINACH I
and a graduate of Bradford High treat. gun, sentenced to forty-five days In DEL MONTE s. 7
Mrs. Phillip F.Jtagulre and little School appeared in the comedy
daughter, Sue Darby, of Orlando Dulcy, which was presented by a Nearly 600,000 reptile 'skins jail.John Lewis, charged with reck- PEACHES Noe 21h Can 17c No. 2'/2 Can 13c '
have been guests of her parents. cast of eleven Little Theatre play- were shipped from Calcutta India, less driving, was fined $2.00 and ,
Mr and Mrs.:A. M. Darby for sev- era at the :Morocco, Temple Wednesday -. In a recent month to be used in costs.A. .
eral days. night. making snakeskin shoes. D. Hamilton, charged with DEL MONTE DelMonte

operating proper license a truck, 'was,,without fined court the Crushed PINEAPPLE' No. 2 15c COUNTRY GENTLEMAN Y ,

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH OFFERS YOU costs and made to.buy a license.
Bill Eady< colored, was fined CORN
$1.00 and costs on a charge of pos ,

i i a / / i session$300 and of intoxicating costs on a liquor charge and of Bartiett PEARS, No. 2 Can 15c No. 2 Can 13c '


Raymond Thomas, colored, .. ,-.
pleaded guilty to driving an auto- .
YOUR MAILBOX mobile while intoxicated:! and. was Snowdrift 6 Iba. 12 Ibs. 24 Ibs.
fined $100 and
In a civil suit,'Al.0) Thomas was FLOUR orPalmetto '
awarded $12,PO by the SeaboardAir 25c 47c I -
Line Railroad for a cow..killed 871
by a train. :
The case of L. D. Flaver, charged -
with assault and. battery, was .
.' OATS, Pkg. 25c BEANS 5 Pounds 25c 4''

Show an'actual! profit on next MISSION BIBLE STUDY
year's reading! ...Your home newspaper ,

and the of this choice list of magazines a Dr. F. L. Brooks 'of the Avondale '
pick Baptist Church, Jacksonville! PEACHES, No..2Yz Can 15c PEACHES, 2 Pounds 25c '''- ,
..All for the amazing, low price given below. and members of hf* choir delighted -
those In attendance at the study
CORN No. 2 Carr flOc APRICOTS Pound 15c
I hour Tuesday evening. The message 1 ;
was clear-cut'and of vital Interest
Ii to all. "The Times of the No. 2 Carf.S 15c''
Gentiles" was the subject chosen PEAS lOc APPLES,. 2 Pkgs.

and those who beard bave muchto
ponder. : H

d/ecf. o/tti&ie moAri. A& a net severs Dr Brooks other. was'members'accompanied' of his by CHARMER .*m MarketCan
SELECT THREEMAGAZINEo church besides ,the quartette. C 0 F F E Ei_ Top
GROUP-I YOU GET GROUP2I Lloyd King and bit wife of Dunnel- ,
MAGAZINEi&GsrdentlYr. lon were visitorsat,! this\ meeting 17c

,t 0 Better HeD ... I MAGAZINE GROUP I-FROM" 0 Progressive Fermer2 Yr.*.I ID numbers also, and In Mr.a most King Impressive sang several way. Full) Line WESTERN BEEF or' LAMB ,

Delineator ... : ..' 1 Yr. I The Country Home_...2 Yra. By use of a public address sys '
; MAGAZINES FROM Cold Lunch Meats
3 Plenty
Installed the serviceswerS'
tem Just
O Hollywood Movie M.fll Yr. GROUP 0 Southern Agricylturta Yr.dapper's broadcast no that those on

o Mccalrs M aiine _.: _1 Yr. | .. firmer _1 Yr. the outside might have the privilege WESTERN ROUND STEAK..__ ._,_.,_Pourtd 17'JcI'
0 Gentlewoman Mg lZm. 1 Yr.l
i o Movie clams ..._.._..1 Yr. a Good. Stories 1 Yr.l The of Study hearing.next week on Tuesday .. + .r I WESTERN PORK CHOPS __ __ ..? ._Pound 20e M

D Pathfinder (Weekly,, );....;.1 Yr. ALL FIVE ONLY .0 Home Circle,._. ...._.1 Yr. ,evening promises to bo most Interesting Western PORK. HAMS (Half or Whole) Pound 20c ,

D Pictorial Review 1 Yr. | O HonsenoU Marine ,_1 Yr. I Appointed, also,Way the" subject to FellowshipWith "God's 01 d WESTERN; I'IG TAILS.. .* ,Pound lOc eirf

QOpen Road ( ): Y,.. D HlMtnteil Mechanics ..J Yr. I of Importance I'
Bon.4 man, being one great WESTERN NECK HONES: ..., ..Pound 7ftc
o Screen.loolJLji--. Yr.| w a Mother's Home Life-1 Yr. for ti* tOj,,understand. .
3r ; ID Needlecraft1 1 Yr. Whosoever ,will)may come ,and _,a WESTERN VEAL CIIOI S. ... .. .I'ound 25c
D Screen Play' ._...,._< Yr.. I Successful' Fsrmwa' -1 Yr. rind a cordial welcome.: .J ......

OTrue Coiirttflort ---'lYr.l( I a Women's World -1 Yr.I Plenty FAT Hens

o R.1diolan4.. ;, ,.....:::1: Y | WORD Pound .29c'''
CAM**MmgmmliHf ,,...00 GENT[ A _
CAeek I Af...... 'A..(x) **

Our "Yomt '; tUf Ref aI" ...aIna elf. SAaA6rg I Ljll M- TYPEWRITER RIBBONS, carbon ;CH .
Gvearsntet.To ......."." rut.*ii_ s .-.I.zq. paper and second sheet on sale '

This' wond.--fu| offer is avafefcto to ..U r re; r II< ,,;' ::. *' 1e.deeet., ,. ......--"" -.. at Tetegrapte pfflce Phone 29. COFFEE X

We.1Id..new. s itJcribers to'rhht s Mwipseer.. I'kr".......... ..qa.... .,..........,."..........-.f--.-- ...,. tt ,
guere rk. 'idf hlewat eall ,
'r MEN ,.WANTED-For Rawlelp
" t jcripHoM JM' route In Putnam county;Starke. '
as,::ra l...........; IhiI ,.......'0. 'f mart"O o.ill" *:&. sb a. Write Immediately. .Rawlelgn Co.. 3 For. e:,. a 01' N P25c Pound ,,25c Pound ..+.,........ ..28c
offer is ewc.y: es ............."isnewils Dept.,,P'A' : Tenn
!- "t-.> J for .... lera. ...... Tows AND rr"-- 125-SBAMemoia., ; ;: a,

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' .. I, -
h' --- sion of shipments during me xirsi There are several
regions ,
FARM FACTS week In AprIL Florida might be world, especially In AW III
;:\ ,
!) ; confronted with a similar and even money Is unknown as a ray!:

, + Do You Know? + I II When the Clewlston sugar mills more serious problem but for the facilitate barter. masse

closed for the season they had eradication of the Mediterraneanfly -

\ : FARMERS SECTION turned out 80,000,000 pounds of the It has been pointed out. About 13,000,000: Russians 10 i

. raw product, fifteen per cent more their lives In the World War
,: m..". flr IIIr.JiiI I than last year and a corresponding Sixty per cent of the world's subsequent Civil War and falDl'
i, Conducted by Demonstration Agents I r-- : Th grain was recorded fo rtha mill annual supply of cotton Is pro- followed it.

JlllalllIWI.. : at Fellsmere. Introduction of dis duced in this country. .
> ,< A of
'A colony
ease-resistant varieties Into FlorIda little houses f,

,&;, )' 5"..-'" "" ".'<'ie,, by the Agricultural experiment, Novices of the British Royal Air dwarfs is planned in a tract In nl,
-- -- aastsf Station and United States force are being taught ten.clng. suburbs of Berlin.

Farmers May Obtain ; ., ment of Agriculture made Depart-I
RURAL the present enormous

Crop Account Books 1 sugarcane in this state, giving an Beauty SiWith
Industry of growing Importance

From County- Agents By SPUDS JOHNSON | 112'c' which men.already employs thousandsof s

GAINEVILL-Account books A

that can be used by farmers so as MONEY. OFTEN SAVED Early crop condition reports ap-

r to give them production records, WHEN FOOD BOUGHT parently Justlfy-expectation of a

lack of which caused delay and dif FOR HEALTH VALUES heavy citrus fruit output for the

ficulty in the Federal corn-hog, -- 1934-35: season. Indications are yes..W Clean Skin

d cotton and tobacco crop reduction A letter with a lot of good sensein that Arizona, California and Texas

campaigns have been prepared by it went the other day to the will join Florida In showing a material -

I% the Agricultural Adjustment Administration county chairmen of the Florida Tu- Increase over the current +'
' and will be distrib- berculosis and Health Associationfrom Melba
production. Growers In Texas are Cleansing Crta,
uted in Florida through the Agri- Miss May McCormick, the v '

concerned ;
reported as greatly as ( goes to the depths
? ro of
cultural Extension Service, A. P. > tiny
executive secretary. The truths
whether the Mexican fruit fly situation -
y Spencer, the vice-director, .announces that the writer bore down on apply may again require suspen- pores. It gently and thotjoughly ;

14, just as much in a number of other removes cosmetics and

Farmers who have signed pro- connections. r dust, never reached by Tol
duction control contracts will be "In these days of economic soap.

furnished free copies of the book, stress," Miss McCormick said, "one h use this light, penetrating cream

either by the county farm demonstration of the major problems In handlingthe night and morning is the]

agents or the local commodity ; tubercular is getting adequate indispensable first rule for!
' d" committees, Mr. Spencer low-cost diets for them. Many per- 1

says. Offices of the agricultural sons 111 with this disease are Ignor- a skin of alluring sarinj

a agents are to be the source of supply ant on the subject of well-balanced smooth beauty
sissies me'' iiIm In I IL 5w 5 Sik d
i. in all counties employing them. or adequate diets. We suggest So gentle it seems to caress

Records on production kept in that: when such a problem presents 1.S12fl11rlRIIb7 li1i the skin-it is so light it cannot

, the books will prove of great benefit itself you call on the home demonstration -
in future crop control endeavor, agent in your county, or if -, .,.,..,,, C41. N..J '.1"",;" How Progressis stretch even the tiniest pore. Use 50 C

the Federal authorities feel and have write Miss for face throat and shoulders.
you no agent the shown Made Possible
world's champion farmer I Is Herman Trelle, who ,Is
is the state farm service agencies Intend flavla Gleason state home demonstration THAT examining' wheat on Ms farm at Wembley In the Peace River' Look du m Hw ...,..... of KiaamM ofmm
,f to co-operate In bringing agent, Tallahassee. district of Alberta He was born 'In .Idaho, educated to be a civil engineer gml ellri*I...*.or rll>.p......_01 You will olio want the new
about the widest possible use of "Home demonstration agents are and Became a farmer by aoeldent. He has won the world'swheat la.luMrl.l pl...... obwrv* lhl> Blllllolu ofomfuruhU Melba Cold Cream-2)e ..
these books, it further was ex- In a position to plan a diet, to championship three times; the world's oats championship twice, .. hcnuM. or On "...",00.. Creditm .
*<>* all .ihl. |i...1.!l>l. Sell M ball of
recommend the most nutritive and the championship for field once. All of these awards were
,. plained. peas ....._.sal.wo.rrll'.--. l.nuutoWrfel
Foods to be purchased for the low- won at the International show In Chicago In competition with the beet ,Ik;*frntf.,...._/* Mmwi*
est cost, to fit the diet to the tamely farmers In the United States and Canada. .,4 ...s.mle' _/.., lit. wwW Ar ST16LBACleansing
.. ....
., Jersey Cows Make JUMWV -IN9U1IAINCEI Yo.rb..n. ,
and the most for
budget get ands ._Iollot, van-d--eves
New High Records each dollar spent. They can give I Mexico shipped nearly 100,000 TW.ZinnYear b.elrr___..... Cream
advice on poultry and gardening, Hints To Housewives pounds of vanilla beans to the Unit- ..., .....btMra. >OMOMt. yon to....S fo .
Salt OMari? r Mil r ro.r s.v
a n In Fat Production as well." ed States last season.Arizona .

j' Service directly In line with the I HAROLD C. WALLINSURANCE If your tUaftr ttauiot tupply you,
I advertises tmtl tit tit turn
suggestions of Miss McCormick Weakly from Home Densenstrsvtton .- her copper

GAINESVILLE-Two new champion has,, been rendered frequently by Specialist, TaUahaesee resources by making her automo
U Jersey cows for Florida have home demonstration agents in most bile license plates of copper. STARKE, FLORIDA PARFUMERIE MELBA 580 Fifth Ave., New York, N.Y.ix .I
just been crowned. They are members -
of the counties which employ
of the herd maintainedby
dairy them. Planning diet. is a principal ..
the Agricultural Experiment
Station and earned their laurels Feature of the "llve-at-home" programs Fabrics For Use In The Home
,i they have fostered, and they
n, in tests extending over SOS days These days most homemakers
Certificates from the American have helped In any number ofemer&ency are trying to buy fabrics that will

Jersey Cattle Club have just been relief campaigns. wear well. Look first at the con
Diets that give the greatest food struction of the fabric. The sim-
received by P. T. Dix Arnold, who
la in charge of the herd. values in many cases will save pler It is, the more durable the Yl r4a *Kf,
money over meals that lack in bal fabric is likely to be. Novelties In
y Florida Fontaine Marie has become -
and essential elements. Health
ance weaves, in kinds and sizes of yarns,
the new champion producing
and monetary savings equally are and in combinations of different
Junior four year old. Her recordis in what to eat.
Important choosing A
fibres are usually poor buys.
434.19 pounds of butterfat in 305ays.
Individual homes well
as as com- over-and-under eachyarnkind
<) fhe: replaces another cow plain
munity Institution. will profit in of fabric with of equal
in the experiment station herd yarns!
health as well as less food expense size both is called a bal-
which had made the high .recordIIrevtlullly. ways
1 from the right selection of food-
anced cloth. Durable fabrics
: Fontaine Marie also varyas rd a7 c %
stuffs. fi'8
r little from this con-
aa possible
has record
an outstanding as a
three year old. County home demonstration struction. If the yarns one way I 1
agents: nearly all havo on file a are heavier than those the other
The new champion producer in treat deal of data concerning nu- the fine break
way, yarns may
, the senior four year old class Is
trition. They have been freely
Uneven also break
Florida Majesty Noble Lass. In 300 called for assistance In the Federal soon. yarns
In : \
34 days she produced 424.3S pounds of readily. Heavy places yarns 'i .
work with the unemployed. Agentsare & S
8t and cords wear through the finer ---- S
butterfat. -Ii
to be found in twenty-seven yarns quicklyThe

: Florida counties. They are at the
of a strong, well-made
service of aU the people in their yarns
I OVER territories. fabric are not easily drawn out of

place. Pull the material between ,
.. NERVES 4 J @>k S
COTTON CONTROL LAW you hands and note the strength _' Ur.. F<
+ i 'b
a a,;, ,+, a s > a t s,
and the of the y3
slippage yarns. t =
i lt GAINESVILLE] Florida has
been allotted 34,000 bales of cotton Sleazy fabrics will pull at seams !w. alr'

under the terms of the Bankhead and are not durable. Yarns that are
I not firmly fastened in the fabricor .'l xtt a'a : :; '+s Y
t wa compulsory cotton control bill, nowa _.
I "float" across a number of <
the Extension
law Agricultural
will catch and pull out easily. It was a great record of
Service here has been informed. i 4ar' ENCLOSED
"Pick" at the yarns, pull them KNEE-ACTION WHEELS
That means that Florida farmers i leadership that Chevrolet AND WEAi1 iP100FFVU.V
4 will be allowed to market 24,000 gently, and see how well they are

1 1i bales of cotton this year without fastened. made in 133. And this year, "'* even i..

having to pay the fifty per cent I Some fabrics are on bargain Sale '
tax on It. Florida's average pro- counters because they are "sec greater. are already thousands of can +

i duction for the last five years Is cads" That means they are not ahead of last year. Production is the largest, .
3 ,OOO bales. perfect. Their flaws may be small

or large Important or unimportant. in the industry..: And every day, from state
All bears are not vicious. The A "second" offered at a lower

American black bear is no more price Is worth buying If its flaws after state comes the same report on registrations ,

1 i dangerous to a hunter than a hog do not decrease the value of the
: Chevrolet othersWhat's
of the same size would be. fabric for the particular use the
tJ P .
tan ..- -
.7 ..Toad n at bleb tension. purchaser Intends to make of it. the reason for this success? The pictures tell z' 1":"= '? 'A: :

t',Me wonder yon .oat the wife The German government Is reor- But examine bargains carefullywith ', ,
la '.asd bark at the ehUdrea.entl ganizing Its various branches of social this in mind and be sure be- .the story Chevrolet is the only low-priced 80 HORSEPOWER CABLE-CONTROLLED

lx Match Overwetkadlead Insurance. fore you buy. 80 MILES PER HOUR
with this BRAKESE
.n.a may to ffleeplsassMsm r car winning combination of five
? Headache. Nerv* Approximately one-half of Utah Labels are placed on fabrics and
'4 .son digestion and a host .4 property owners paid tangible pro- clothing more nowadays than ever features. Chevrolet is the only manufacturer : '

idiY .eels unpleasant mstarbasMtm perty taxes in 1932. before. Read these carefully
Way don't yon try Dr. Bfltesffervescent sometimes they give facts about who can sayi .

l'f' Nervto. Table*** the kinds of fiber In the material ', ; .
Jst one hi a half glass .* STOP AT or Its construction. Sometimes --

'waterdrink_ a pI they warn that special care must

1.,/.. _over-taxed deUgttfuIIw nerves.Or. ,VIOLA'SGood be taken In laundering or cleaningthe _

afUss/ Nor.... Is 'now garment Look for labels that

,i .. .... ... two fnnsis. -liquid USB Foe tell you definite facts about the '
v mam,esisut Tablet. Both Yaw Sandwiches merchandise. If terms are used
d the? ..... soethiBC edict' which are new to you. Inquire their
tw 'tjM at year sine seen meaning or hotter' still. borrow a D4; &_ :
t ICE COLD BEERAsk .. ._.
". book on textiles from your nearest '
For Our Price on Case library and look them up. Do not BODIES BY FISHER SHOCK-PROOF
N' 1'(' ) n. Ii ( A.'e.I., I be carried away by general statements STEERING
," ) Bill's Service Station on labels which merely say and youll never

Nl I. RVINF[ -, .... You pee Tee r pas, ..* Ii Iiw. that the fabric is the best or finest
I A..I_ one made. These mean nothing of be satisfied with any

course. other low priced carCHEVROLET


I 1 Mrs. Gertrude Hudson Crews
-WilSioui CalomelAnd
who has had charge of the welfare MOTOR CO, DETROIT. MICH.

work at the local FERA office during -
Compare a ..l.r", irOJ.gew.Jprkw.sJ..ey
You'll Jump Out of Bed If this tile le Ml dowlas fredy.. TOW the past several months, bas .
Co 14, d.c........ A c.-.I Meson VolMo '
... ..
food In the Morning Karin' to Go "bo* k... a Chi.... tad U>M ud year Bnata was> announced this week. tier
If yon feel sour and sunk and ,le foul skis oft breaks out !. blMiUh place here WPS filled by Mrs. T. M. r
the world logics: : punk, don't swal- ... Your Mad ..... ud you t.*l dose Barton of WUllston.
di Jow a lot of salt., mineral water, and out. Year wkoto mttam la poleaaad.II SAVE WITH A !
oil. laxative candy or chewing Ukn OWN' mooA. aid CARTER' CHEVROLET SIX
gum and expect them to make LITTLK LIVER 1'1LLSto... tb.w wepounds DEMOREST: ON ROADR.
dr suddenly sweet and buoyant and al kilo ftowtn" ""'**1, ud rake F. Demorest who left this
foil "up u4 .
Tbn aoBlalB
'l full of sunahine.'r you .....,...up.intl .....t.....woJtrful ee week to go on the road with his ..
For they can't do it. They only mats anulic wh.. II earn** M aaaIdaeu. tent show, has temporarily given uwom'aa"j
move the bowels and a mere movement .. Ule.. flaw hooI up charge of the liquidating of the wraa+

t doesn't get at the cause. The But don't uk far floor pile Ask foe Bradford County Bank and the TORODE '
reason fcr your down-and-out Cart..'. LltUo u..,.. rille. took tor ... Bank of Lake Butler The appointment : CHEVROLET COMPANY-
feeling is liver It should MM Cuter UU Len FUU j
your Ih .... of a successor to Mr Demo-
nd ) a.
an mlaututltuM. e STARKE. FLORIDA ,
poor out two pounds of lud< .. ,
LUe into b'ow.l !>. M dine sloe.i rest will be nude In the near; future -
your daily. 'I t
dies" 0. M. (;0. .

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t -or., \',' ) 4 'lii'Art 'I f 1 r '.
i'fi hn a a'yt+ vpt; 711 ,
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aucting services In these school School District No 1, comprising. 'tone and try to serve the boat Interests ,
iitrlptaOit See. A Owaer A.uat
_ louses North Starke and Lawtey to
and deserted churches and subject ot Bradford County at all times.
the will of the voter In Ihe Liemo- Your vote and support will .>.etippreciated tote 4 6. 6 T of Dlk 19.J.lvllll.lon. .
bringing the lost to Christ. God ciatlo primary of June t. If nominated 4
bless the and eluded, I will continue T..u"y & Cu'
consecrated laymen! aa H. V. SAXON. Addition to Starke In

beat In the for past all the to achoola do what in the I think county. la. (Paid. Pol. Adv.-by II. V. Saxon). W\1t\ of NbJl4. -_ IS 8 It Livingston Truby'a Co_ 3.45..

Political ItaspectfulU, Lots I, 2. 13. 14 ot lUk U. .
*. __ _____ Announcements J. C'I. rilKVATT. FOR ('or>!TY COM MISSION! I
laji ji fuward is amp 1UI10* W feet, ""* a light mte "V r* k-Plato 119:105.-: FOUL-ro\anv: (Paid Pol. Adv. by J. ..'. Pre\att) To the Democratic 1\9.Elector 4. of the W\1t Addition\ of to\%_____r_______ S 12 3. R Moore.---------- 11.' F

I hereby announce that I am anndldnt County Commissioner District No. 4, Lot. B, t. of Illk 119. Livingston --

--m f 'f\dUd. All religious teaching doctrine or for the office of member FOR COUNTY cows.onn"' : of I Bradford County Florida Truby 45 Co' tEJ of the Hnuae of Representative* hereby announce my candidacy AotlItion In .
UUtrlet 8 to Starka
1''tWUlP' creed If they are to have claim for
devotion of the any from the Second Congressional Dlarlct I hereby announce myself a candl member of the Board ot County W1i, ot NI\!: ,. ___________.11 8. U M.bel Helen X.ree..eau. 1II.4S iVl?
and rnmmlaalonera
people, must be In of Bradford
loyalty : harmony with of Florida aubjact to the Democratic date for County. 4
love re-election
the whose words fit a* County .Florida from Commlsaloner. Dlatrlct Lots. It 6. 7 5 5 10.! ; F, F F
IJXIII Christ into
of Jesus the every fold and crevice primary election In June. from Dlatrct No. S, South 31. Livtnstoii. : tl& j ft j
Number Four .
"'*thT hurnan heart J and of whom it was said in John 7:46,"NEVER MAN laker I have and a record of Oountle public service In Stark: Bradford County. If reelected solicit the support,of and all reapectfulty true Democrat t'o's Addition to Starke if i3g
LIKE TIII3 MAN. Third Judicial Circuit of* and Floridaoonalatliiir the I will continue to give thedistrict of said District at the Primaries. In '7\10\ ut NIFIV----------16> \ 0 II Frank :liforgan.------ 11..11

>AKE I of Seven counties. the and county the best serviceof Should I be elected I pledgeloyal Lots I. I. 8 of Dlk I. Liv.lngaton .
which I
Bradford and Union counties are Invited to use this do.I am capable. Your vote and faithful support to the '
ot argeat In the mate You Invitedto '
tars are and support will be appreciated. : UN&E.fo .
,.. beat Interest nf said ,
of church activities, organizations and announce- Inv....lira.. not only record of county.A. Itoh-division of
for neWS service but manner of my living. MALLORY THOMA8 L, St'LLlVAN., N.4\ __________________.18 8 U Annie Wilileme._____ 81.4' ut
my Paid
gIven and no charge made-the only requirement ( PoL Adv. by Mallory Thomas,) -
Space freely I the (Paid PoL Adv. by L. L. Conner" ). All Elk I. Living.ton Trimby .
you same
.. -
auch Item reach this office before Wednesday morning Faithful erv'd.\ my people Co's Sub-division ,\

_ _** that cannot be handled for current Issue. and will continue to live. If within FOR (' t'I'ITY, 'O".IIC..IOSEI&. NO'I'U'F\. FIXAI. IHHrllHOH<< of N'a of NK ----------8 I II .: AnnIe Williams_______ .... -
theY : No tic Is hereby given to all whom
tWWIR0 my power ao a* to reflect. honor and
Illk a. ,
IMSIHICT No. a. It may concern that we have filed st.of )
dls-nlty to thla hIgh office. Should After careful I. '. .a Co's 8ub-dlvl.
consideration I our report of account and mad. application -
CHURCH DIRECTORY! rather was the bearer! of salvation bestow:he voters of this district nee fit to I hereby announce for County Com- for dlll..harlto the Honorable .Ion uf NE\4\ of NbJ\.6..U\ I II Unknown ___._.__._ .1'
T.\RKE upon ma thla honor, th..ymay missioner. for District No. I. Feel N.] K. Perryman, County Lot. 2. I 0" N'.4 ot IlIk 5. :
from sin. In Him He rode Into
as aaaured that I will conaldnrt
I like with the short experience. I Judge of Bradford County FlorhlAo.lId LivlimgetonTrmiby&Co's I ISubdiyieion
Jerusalem the words of the a sacred. trust and that my every have had would be able ; .
Baptist Church prophet to serve after May 15th 1934. will proceed of Nli/4o; .
First! Pastor. Zachariah were fulfilled: "Be of effort the will be I for th. beat. Interest you batter In the future than In to make distribution of the NI11I4 _____________._._11 I II Louvenia. nob.r.on.__. .... 4J :,
Bev. C. B. Price. i peopl repreaent.Your the past It It meet the approval of estate of J. ,V. Alvare, deceaaed Elf. or Blk 6 and Lots 1,8
A. hold the King cometh unto thee support and vote la solicited tho voter. of district to N. ., ,
School, 10:00: a.m.; .1.1 and will\ be appreciatedJA8 mv reelect n. WA1NWIIHJHT Ulk 7 and Lots I, I of f
sunday meek and sitting upon an ass." K. (JIM) KELLY. i iPa.ld me. I will faithfully dlavharg J. M AIN A HE?, I Hlk' and all 111k. 9, Ii).
Superintendent. all duties earning before m* to the Executors] of the Kstat of F
'IIomlUl, Livingston Truby" Co'
Worship, 11:00: a.m. As a mark of honor the people Pol. Adv. by J&.. R. Kelly. i beat of my ability. Thanking you 5-44t5-Ift| | J. W AlvareaOIKH \Smsh-livi.Ioi ot Na,;,.. ot

Morning 6.45 p.m. spread branches and garments In \vALL.i'vnGE.; for the past support. I am, NI '" .________ .___-_.___U 5 II Livingston. Truby'" Co._ .10 '../,'
BY P. U., : Sincerely' youra, :\ << OF AI'PI,\TIOV: FOIl w es ft of Lots 81 4ot Blk
Rtn'lng Worship 8:00: o'clock. the way. They waived palm volt tOiRE5SI U t. CONNER TAX URfr'll: III, and 'N OS rt .f Lnt.. ,, i .4 "
I -
service. Wednea- branches and cried "Hosannah to respei'tfullvannommnce that I ama (raid Pol. Adv. by A. L. Sullivan). NOTICH HKK1CHY lIVEN That 3' 4 of 10k and, u1 k muof
Midweek prayer candidate. for Conferee. Second R. P. Jones, holder of Tax Certificate Lots 1, 2 : 111k 17 'F '
the Son of David. Luke tells us DlKtilct of Florida to the No. 7th of A. nID1O lj
00pm.Church. subject FOR COV' ITY t'OMllsSlOmL1)ISTIIICT alt, day July anti IoJ\it ot Lots I. II ulHlk F ;
y : that as they were descending the Democratic. primary In June, 1934. s... 8. haN filed. said certificate In my LivIngston. Tru- vi-t '
Whatever to make. more office and made application for tax I \
appeal I by a Cue hlb-dlvl.lun: ,
Mount of Olives the whole multitude hereby announce myself a cnnI -
Of Christ certain the equality of men In their dhlate I for County Commissioner, for deed. to ISBUM. thereon In accordancewith tu Starke: ot NE\\.& of 1. 14

(First Christian) began to rejoice and praise KtriiKirl' ';,'; for has"peace hal:i prosperity and will.. andnapplneaa" District No. B, comprising Brookerand law. Said deacilhed certificate embrace situated N1i .__________________11I S 12 Dora Alderman-------- 5,11 ii .
continue the property ,
Pastor. God with a loud voice. No doubt New River subject to the will Lots a. 4 of 1)1k I 17. Liv- .
Voiles to receive active In Itiadfurdl
support County.
It Earl my of the voters on June.lth. Florldtai Inlr.to. Truby a Co's 4 '4
they thought that any one who no matter by what name. or under' If to-wlt: The Southwest
for Sunday ,' elected I promtse render youa 't': th e'tQuart..r. ; lIuh-dlvl.lun: ot toilat! \ '
Services 10:00 a.m. could perform the miracles they what banner. It I I. advanced fair and Impartial administration Southeast Quarter of Town.Khlp NIt'\;; _.._________. _____... S 12 A. O. Jinkins-----____ I..'
School, : I aee In the New Deal an opportunity Section Twenty-five
Bible and having. served on Ahls board be. Lots I. I a. IO'4' ot Ulk 18.1.lvlnlr.ton. .
and Communion 11:00: had seen and heard about especially to promote my conviction that fore I feel. fully qualified. to aarv Five South: Hang Twenty-two 't'ruby a. Co'
Worship 1
the raising of Lazarus not the American standard of comfort you. Your.vot.. will be appreciated. Knot' containing ten acre more orless. h.b.dlvllll"n: to Starkeof j F I ItUk

could intervene with of llvlru-CAN AND MUST: be raised R. T., OSTKBN: \ NbJ\4\ of NE!\ _._______ 6 U 1Iaml. Dell--------__ 10.41 '
7:30. long before. to a point where the essentials' of Th* assessment nf
(Paid Pol. Adv. U.
venlng Worship, : by T. Oateen). : "I.r:: 10 Llvln8'lItan. Truby
and rid them of the Roman Life-food, shelter. medical treatment under the said certificate wa F
power ('n's 8ub-lIvl.lon -
Welcome. education and time and mean In the name of Mary Wynn. to
yoke. Look up John 12:17-18.: But for recreation after. labor-are available FOR ('OtNl'V COMMISSIOIRRDIViniCT : Unless said certificate shall ba redeemed : Htark. of NIi: of NE125 8 12 Joe hogan ___..______ JO.l'

Jesus brought to them salvation to every cltl*..n undor the -I. according to law tax deed lJlk 10 cx 1.0. 3. .4, Livingsioii I IuLlivislon
i Methodist Church Star and Strlpea I take this method of announcing will Issue. thereon. on th. SSth day Truby a t.o's: .)
Pastor. from sin rather than political freedom Upon these principles I earnestly my candidacy for County Commlasloner of May. A. I). 1934 $: to tltark. .
Rev. B. M. Montgomery, 1 -something that was far more ask for your vote and Influence. from District. 4. comprising Hated this Ord day of April, A. D. ot Nh4: ot NM..________.U 8 12 1.Ivington Truby" Co._ ....
Sunday School, 10 a.xn. WALLACE STunaia.: Hampton,. Theressa.. all<1. Graham I\S**. Lot 2 if 1)1k :'i Lilng.iItotI .
worship at 11:00: am. Important, though at the time not Candidate. for Conirrea subject. to the will of the voters In A. J THOMAS. Truby COe Sub- FI I
Morning When the Paid Pol. Adv. by Wallace BturglB. the: Democratic Primary of Jun 5. Clerk of Circuit t Court division\ to Sttal'ke of
young People's Meeting-6:30f : as much appreciated. If elected 1 promise .to do my best Bradford County. Florida. NEY4 ot Nt3'', ____________ & 8 12 D. L. Lto01..__.____ 11..'
Pharisees called for a rebuke. He FOil UUI.Ar.TUI'1; to render fair and Impartial decis 4-fl|15t1525NOTICE| Lola I. .0" /I\fI: \ ot Dlk U.

M. replied "I tell you that. If these t wish hereby to make official an. 1.lvh'K..ton, 1 ruby 11< Co'. -
[ Evening Worship-T:30: P. nouncement of my entrance. Into the tlub-tllvl.lon to Starke p

should hold their peace the stones race for State Kepretientatlve. from ut Nb\4:\ ot NKS\ ________. 8 13 Oscar Dell.---------- ....

Church would Immediately cry out. (Luke Ilradford County. subject to the will hike 87, 85 Livingston I .. )J
presbyterian of the Democratic voter of thia I. : :
'I'ruby a t n'e Subdivi.aio
I H. Lowry Minister. 19:40): ) county. Notice I is hrrrby given that the following Innd. will b. oM\ ut pnhllo .. 10 IIt..rk.: ul lliE'..

Rev.Services George next Sunday as follows: We make Christ our King: today I and I have vs. born spent nnd thirty-eight raised, In year Florida In auction month, before on the the First court Monday house. door In May at,Stark 1914..It In being flmdford"" the County 7th clay State of said of ut NIoJ\4.\ -_-___ ._ _____18 0 12 A. O. 3.nkins..__.____ III..' -

10:00 A. M.-Sunday School T. when we recognize His complete the mate, and two year In the Florida, or ..o much thereof a. will be .necessary to pay the amount duo for Ulk 44, Livingston Truby
: I World War I have never redded or taxes set opposite the. same together with the coat of such Bale and ad.Vertising. & Co': lIul.c1lvlolulI: aoHt..rk.
B. WUllams, superlntendant. authority over our lives and sub- worked In any other. atate. I have of NUt-4 ot llib\.18:\ 0 U A. O. J'enkln..___.___ '.11

I 11:00: A. M.-Mornlng Worship; worked for twenty yeara In the CARL JOHNS, Tax Collector. 'rael Ink 5. Temple's Ad.
mit ourselves unreservedly to Him. nchoola of Florida and I believe I dillon to Starke: inof JUJNE4
mon by the paAtor.S know the needs. of the schools. the Urserlptloa > Bee.i T R A Owner Amount NWY. and; V3j1 I
P. M. Evening Worship; As Christ was King In matters children and the cltlaen of Floridaas Beg C5t< ft W of VPTrorWi \ W ut Hy_____ _.. ___IS 8 II ... O. Pow.I1.__._____ 11..'

I 7. P. M. Christian Endeavor. spiritual, He was Lord of the temple well a* any one In the benefit alate.I .I of $ of NKU ant run 1.0. 13. U of Ulk 11. Ten- -
for can
am In thin race ,1.11 Additium tn Starkein :
and sermon. and had a right to take mat be to the cltlsona and future cltlxena W 36(* ft, 8 IDS ft. J23Bkj\; NI ot NW' ...nd'VMo
long ft N 105 ft .
to _
beg" 28 0 22
A cordial Invitation to all our ters In His own hands and remedy of Bradford County and the whole Com 106 ft S of NR" ] -cor- --of Starling Mo Coy_.____f 11.45 of NN'4' W ut HYhua& II U s. n. Osborn------------ ..... 5
Florida and I will work 4 of Ulk 14.
State of Lots 5 T.mp.
of I'
SRW and W
extended to all.SUNDAY abuses that existed there. end Your run
rlcea hard toward that support 420 S loll I.'II Addition to Storks .
ft. ft, 13: 420 ft. .

S The conditions He saw were so will be appreciated.Reaped fully.. EIOOftnfN.UftofW: N 105 ft to h.."";. __,,_ __.28 0 22 J''. J'.' Keller.. ......______ a..3 W4 in Nl'4 of'Nlt4 of! 'N f'\ly\ amid. ..__as 8 U C. A. .S'utcl___..__ U'

SCHOOL bad He could not justly Ignore Paid Pol. Adv.LEON by Leon A. GRAY.A. Gray I of NWVi\ of SEVi\ of NnvJ28\ 6 '22 Josephine' Clover .'._..__. 8,88 Lot 7 ot Blk 83. Temple's t -
Addition to Slam-ks In 71
them. As It was just before the Lot nand reel part of lot -

LESSON passover, crowd of Jews came Into I FOR ItFPHKHE'tTATIVR, ): C and nik S by 1 being 210 ft 52M1 M and( ft\V N ,- NIoJ\Lof NII: .. W NW\4 0'1\ ltv--------2 and W1tuf \ $ S 1:1: C. A. Futch..__._____._ I..'
that I am a F
I Wish to announce
Lot It ot Ilk 87 'lell1plo.Ad"ltI"n 5
the city many of them from distant I' candidate for State Representativefrom also com at NW cnr ot to 6Ialll'k. In F

places. They needed animals Bradford County, subject to lands owned by J, O -
FOR MAY 6 1931 Turner Nl'') of NW\\.. and Wlil
for sacrifices and money changedthat the Democratic Primary on June I.I N on said Cherry St and .. of NII1\. W o'-ny'S 6 12 C. A. Futob___.________ I.0' F
run Bt
wa born and rained In Bradford B3U', ft Lots I4ofliik n. Peek'.
they might pay the temple County and educated. In the Publlo 13 210 ft to Church Ht. Ron '- A"lItion 18. to 8tark. III

Subject: Jesus Acclaimed as poll tax of a half-shekel, and make School and am a Tax Payer of this 110 Church ft St cm Original ft. W '. ..., NW\ of NW'4' N of Dtb
to beg.
County. If elected your R..p..een.tatlve tit ---------------.2$ 8 1:1: Futch" Klckliter___ 1.48Lot.
eg.Golden. I other contributions. Attending to I will support the arhoola of Town of Stark. In NE4'! .

Text "Wherefore God their needs was legitimate If done Florida and Bradford County to the of SWV4\ _________??__28 8 12 3. O. Turner _.____.____ aO,1I3 II, 8. 7. I of flIk 8.
: J. n. Alvares AdIIt1OI1 to
limit of my ability and endeavor to Lota 2, 4. 8 of hlk 8 as ex.tended .
exalted Him and honestly and In the proper place. a Starke H of I\InII."n and
Iso bath highly that all achoola are given on Enaev lIIap.Orlll'lnal .
see ___ 12 Louvenla
W ot Walnut Stii_ ..88 6 V. Dowling__ II.551.0lM
which Is above But In the sacred temple was not square deal.I Town of Starke
Him name 0' IJlk 1.
a 0 7
yen I. 8. a ,
am against the no-fence law and NEV' of SWH__. .28 I U Chu. Crutchfield .____ tD.U
Phlllpplans 29.: the proper place. In His Indignation this law la r.r ; -- Wynn'lI Addition toStalk.
that 1 of nik 4
very name. will do my beat to see a* extendedon
I will also lend In NWlof SV,28 8 II n. F. D.more.t..,_.____ 15.11
and made Mtate-wlde. Enaey Map Original
Lesson Text: 211-14. Christ boldly effectively not Lot 4 of Ulk 1. Wynn
my beet effort toward the hard surfucln Tow of Blarke, in NEVi

Time and Plece Sunday and cleansed His Father's. house.-. of the Starlte-Ralford road.I I. of SW14\ ___-_____._--qaNV4 ( 12'V.. D. Park.______ 61.41 NWVt A..ltlon. of to Starke_________In_. 8 12 Verna. D.ma..t..____ 1.1'
The future of Bradford County of I31k I
onctoy[ of Christ's last week on mv future and the. people can realiiHHiirett ," nf atarke H ,'OrIrinal'own lnN3.Vtof ;;!' Lots 8, 9. 10 of Blk I.Wynn' 1

irth; at Jerusalem.The that I will have Bradford SWfc -----..--- 28 8 22 II A. Blahop_.____ 1815 A.I.lltion to
no F.
: : HW\IS 6 1:1: Demor.eL_
County at heart at all time, and If Lots e, g of Blk-t 6. Original i, /It..rk.: In NW\4\ of __ 7.11 -
printed lesson Is,_And elected your Representative I will Town nf Stark, In .NE'/i! Lots A, D, C "f Hilt 1.

unto Jerusalem 1 work, for better erhoolH, lower tax- of HWW ..._ ..28 8 12 Florence C. Flynn.W. ____ 89.18 Wynll'C AdIIUu" toStarke
.hen they drew nlgb BOB JONES 41". and an economical operation of Lots 1. S nt- liT.--Original- : III NWot SW"4.26 6 1:1: D. W.lIolloway____ 17.11 .

and were come to Bethphage, our Stat: and County Uovernm..nt.otl. Town of Stark, In NEW\ S" of Vr..cl Lot J' a.1o

into the Mount of Olives then sent respectively solicit a..h: support of sw.------\ .28Lota 6 13t B. Park.____.____ 4118 'ra,1 1.0t Addition II" ot Ulk to 2.Wynn's f -

saying unto every. man, woman child or 2, 4 of Tllk R. Original In ot 8WU 0 U n. F. D.mo..t._____ .... 1t,
(esua two disciples I Bradford County and your vote and Town of Starke, In NE'/i! \\o1tark. NWVe

hem, go Into the village over support on Julie, 6 will be highly ap- of SW'/i\ -, ._ ._ .. ,--....-28Lota 23 James' Kit .___ 2115 One lot bounded N by Da-
: amt 'I'ruhy's Ad", 11by
.gainst you. and stralgbtway you (iMt'fNTS predated.CHAHMJT 1!:. ,' JOHV 6. 8 of Plk 8. Original via ity, tt by Io.ntt nf JII.... .
Town of Starke In
'hall find an ass tied and a colt Paid Pol. Adv. by Charley 13. Johns.) NEW\ \Mr, Emma 1(11110. and W' !
of ll'ln oYLotYT'Vof'Hlk 18 8 23 Murrhe___ 21.111FJ nut $1- .- :_18 8 U Jlr. O. J. Orlttln___ .1.7.
vlth her Loose thenvand bring 81 ft '
: UF.PR.tU'V'r.'TIVTo
FOR : 15 Original. r Town One lot !110 te N anti II
hem unto me. If any man salth the Voter of Bradford Countyt shall! of fitarke, In NEt of by 898 tt II! IIn'l WI .- .
ught unto you ye shall say. The This la to advice nuceeed you myself. aaKepreaentatlva SW4 --I -a I 22 A. II. John' *._________ lUll I..und.d M by Walllu ,. .,
be candidate to anol -
a One lot 56"f n""amf"w"by" IIt: N by J. n. Havill -
x>rd hath need of them of Bradford County. W. Alvares. W by
711 ft N and H In SW cor J"
A friend of mine who Is a minis action of the Democratic ,
aubject to the 111101 It -- -
itralghtway he will send them. of C. I... Peek rrt Blk ... Temple Ave by
ter was urging laymen to go out primary In June. I am grateful hounded S by Madison lJlk C of Jones AdI..18 6 12: O. W, Alderman------_ .....

"All this was done that It might and conduct services and win people to have you for heretofore the generous accorded supportyou me, Ht W of Court St. Orlgl. Com at HW Cor of IIfadl. -
by not Town of Stark In and Mtll an" runS
fulfilled which was spoken son flay
Tell the to Jesus Christ. A prominent and trust has that been my auch record, that a*It yourservant will NU4! of SWW\ _.. .. _._-28 6 22 Clara". Peek-________ 10.85 : 234j ft. W 2113 ft. N

h. prophet saying. ye Doctor of Divinity said "That Is commend me t. your support for another One lot com 28'4 ft R of 138 tt to IIla4t.on St. -
[laughter of Ston, Bobold. Thy King start' With knowledge that I HE cor of Call and Court hence 1l! on said !:It 80:1: .
:ometh meek and sit dangerous. Laymen might gained term. of the condition exlat- St; and run B on Call St ft to beg._______________I. 8 23 Ruby A. 11..1.___.__ '7.01
unto have
thee heresy.!' My friend replied "Here. Ing and the remedlea. neceaaary to 41 1-S ft. S 52<4 ii. W .' Lot. 9. loot 01k I. City. '" t J.. ,.
log upon an ass and ,a colt the doesn't usually begin with lay. b* applied to bring back normal con 43 1-8 ft.: N 52
''oal\ of an ass. sy men. It usually, starts with the ditions.than I otherwise I am better would able to b*serve. I have you Starke beg Original In NKW: Town of HWV.-28 of 6 22 Mr. J.' ... Fr*..*._-___ 2215 cr11: :.njln CarniCi SW of, Ad'l 5i014..25 to 6 U. -.. Un'known _____._ 1.0.

"And' the disciples went and did preacher.." My friend was right. served you faithfully I trying to leyaen Lots 7. 8 of Blk St Original LOf..L1. J bOfDf k 2 City I I .
burden and to facilitatea Town of stark inNE'e %% eatherly -
Jesus commanded them. And ,e C the tax of prosperity. of SWW---.._--.--.28S 8 U Ur. Laura Hemingway-.15 Carmen Add to

iught the ass and) the colt andut I have Just returned from Chicago \return Should you again honor m. with 100 ft of Blk 29 a* extended Mta.rke In ttWIlo ot SKV&.26: (, S 13 W. N'Jobnson.,,,_.__ 1.1'

on them their clothes. and they where I have been engaged In an your support' ,.n1Ieco't'nau": \ theRepresentatiVe to Original on Town Enaey of Stark.Map. Lot Sub:.s. of Dlv Silk, Weath.rly 4, City Park. -

et Him thereon. And a very evangelistic campaign. spoke at serve. you faithfully and to the beat In NEW\ of HW'i ._______ 2$ 6 22 F. B. Johns...:__.......... 41.45 Carm..n Add to 5."LL1.
eat multitude spread their gar. night in a large tabernacle and at of my ability. 80 ft square: In NB cor of In ttwy. of $EYe 16 8 U Frank A. 8w..r_ .1'
C. C. BJTLERi ink I') a* extended on Lot 8 ot 111k 4. City Park
ents In the way; others cut down noon I spoke In a downtown theatre (Paid Pol. Adv. by C. C. Butler.) Enaey Map. Original Sub' 1>lv. W.ath.rly ..

'ranches from the trees, and under the auspices of a groupof Town ot Stark. In NBW Carmen Add to Starke
'trewed them In the FOR KTATB ATTOH1KVTwentrl of 8W14\ ._ ..____._..-__28 < 22 L. A. Davis....______ 41.78 In IIW.:.. of StiYo.-\ ____.U 8 II no D. Rawley_______ I."
way, Christian business men. The .ta Judicial t'lr.-.l Lot 2. 4. a. 8. .f Blk 53.J ilk 5. city Park Hub DIV'.
And the multitudes that went noonday service was broadcast I hereby announca myself aa a H John Addition to WeatherlY' Carm.n
Fore of candidate for r..nomlnatlon a* \Slat Stark; In .REW of SWVi .28 5 22 A. It. Johns...._____._ (1.15 Add 10 Starke iaWi/,
and that followed cried every day In the week over one Attorney for the Twenty-Hlxth Judicial Lot of Klk 35. f. !M.! UILots \ .___._______.. II Frank A. 8w..r.____ 11.'

eying' Hosanna to the Son of Da- the radio stations In Chicago. For Circuit, compoaed of the coun- Johns. Addition to Stark U. H. I'. 10 ot 111kI

Id: blessed Is lie that cometh in four years every day this groupof subject ties of Baker to the" Bradford Primary re"'tP.loi: :: I Fracl In SKVl Iota of A,8WW n of\ _-Blk--38..28 8 22 A. H. John, *._.___ ... Ill to, ft.Stark.71. Dowiini'sAdd In :Nle ot :'

[the name of the Lord; Hosanna In business men bring In preachersto Jun. 5th 1034, and will appreciate I J. M. John Addition to \ .If) 12 n. r. D.moreet.._____ 1..'

e highest. And when He waaOllie give the gospel to the people. your support and If aaslatance I am renomlnated and a.sure .- Stark In HE'i of 8WW.-28Lots 8 22 A. II. John.______,- ill 1414W-------- ifsi; ,
you It. N. FF I IlIowiinge
1, 2, 5 and fracl lot.
Into Jerusalem all the city work. One thorough, efficientand
a great the same
They are doing to give tOof Hlk M J. M. Add to IU..rk.
as moved, saying. Who la this of the laymen said to me "Dr. economical. attention to ald of- C.John'Addition to Stark In Nil:.,. ot "S15F:\ _._"_ ) S II It. A. Thoma.______ '.41
tic. that I have in the pa..t.A. A. II. John' ___ 12.45A.
.. _
8 22t -
d the multitude said This is Je- Jones, we are glad to have you S. ('IU WR. In SEW\ of HWM.28 all ?? Lots UJ 30 II, 82. 13. 54.U .
''UI the of Nothing (Paid Political Adv. by A. S. Crws.) Lot 5 ex N 20 ft aed '. a. 01. tilk I. H. N. F F1hwling.
prophet of Nazareth preach the old time gospel. Lot .. 7.5 of BW af. "'" Add to IItark. ,

lie. And Jesus went into the else will work. We have to bo << sCHOOL BOARD I J, if Johns Addition to ''' In NE'"t' SldVe-. _.U 5 II Ii. 2'. D.mo..C___ 161
; of Iw'4.1S 22 IL Johne__.__I.....,. 7.45
i $!
tak'I: :: Stark In KVt\ o1iiui
.. 3 4 5, S.
method of Lets 1 1.
t *
of ministers
God. and cast out all avoid bringing SChOO' '
to 4 tw. _
careful 41 44. 45.
I candidacy for member of Bike 40. 18 iJaskins; Ad'S------- ., S n Mr. 01'11. Vre.man.__. IUS
them that sold and bought In the here who do not believe in the old my Board from School District No. 1. 61. and all other land: of 8 "- Rile '1' In ia.kins Add....___811 S 1:1: L. A. Davis. .11'._.__.. .1....
I Add It HBtt\
temple, and overthrew' the tablesof time religion. We laymen want the comprising Brooker. Graham Hampton of John J. ... Joa.. Addition .,' aw of 51G of NE
and River subjectto HWM. ditch: -.---_-- U II L. A. D..vl. J.____ 5.5$
the and theta WI\lN.f Democratic: to Stark 1..ilJi\4:\ ,., -
money changers gospel.- the the of 8WV4 ,' ..____1. I 22 -: A. H. Jobn...___.. 11.111 i" acre. bounded E by -
** r Imary --
coming P -
of them that sold doves and C C voter In the "- .. ., .,, by Madl.onrt.
SW ofSEU : Myrtle SC. It -
In June. US4. If nominatedand 2Vj: A K ot Ry *or .
aald unto them It la written. My God Is raising up laymen In elected. I promise* to work forth ofr i4. bounded .;' '." v1:' bIr a'.J'f: .. :; '. -
*ouse shall be caUed the house of of this country. The best Interest the "achoola N by /'* -. Add. W by" ,, ,, ., Ft
many sections and I earneatlyollclt f ., 8ectl.il' line, half Sec ____ SI 8 II" L. A. Davis. .7r.____ 1.71

Prayer; but you have made it a Business Men's Evangelistic Clubs .of Bradford your vot County and, aupport. alav By. ..>ta C and to of ,. ., ..,;. Com a' BW Car of ud1- -" ., ., '
d en of thieves. work:- Mr. O. C. It..pectfulllwrAFroai B>' .7. J VI. John AlJ .., son and Mrytle Ste and ,
are doing a great ) t.. RF.W I'_ on to Stark In.BKVtt : run S SiB ft. W 110 ft. N F4

'And' the blind and the lame Holland, the national secretary of Paid PoL Ady. by Stafford I.. Crews 'BWH ._--.-_____.28 S II 1. O., 80)'''___._ S7.1I ale fI 10 Madison 210ft lit .' .,

ttm to Him In the temple; ,and the organization lives in Cleveland of- FOR SCHOOL BOARD /" I. ..ots 4 of'I B'lk I. I and 4. Livingston SMj 01 Lot F thence to beg B : Oa.kins said. St Add.22 I II H. C. A. C. S. lIal..ndorf. .1.0.

He healed them Tenn., In the very shadow I hereby. announce my cand'y Truhy" Co' Addition Corn 110 ft S 01 SW Co.It -

From the Bob Jones College. Mr. Holland .tr School Board member frc- JI.! .. to Htark In_ _WS4. ___of_18 I U LlYln..lon. Truby A. Co.. 11' Madison and Myrtle -
__ _
J the book we take the tol. of the leadIng .. "". 2. comprisIng Sou' .tark. Nllt.4!:\ __ .. Itte and run II on Myrtle
lowing discussion of the lessons: was for years one .nd.- ........ ubjct t- will of Lot 1. 8, i."i. 8, 7 of Blk St 210 ft. W t'l:Dft N lIe
business men In Montgomery the Demu..._ -- ..the June i 6 Livingston, Troby ft. 10 210 {1..
At elected will strive In Stark S II D. C. .. c. H. Uol..ndorl 6.0I1'
Jericho Jesus healed two he was converted primary. If I Co's: Addition. to Ua..klna. Add------------SI
bU nd men Ala. .A few years ago the future a* In the past. to deal In WV of NKV' .__..-__28 I U Livlng.ton Truby" Co... I.U Com aro fI W of SW ("tll' F -
and brought salvation under the ministry of an fairly with matter .pertaining to the Lot. 4.11 of Bit 11. Llv.Ingston .. of Madison and l\fyrtl. "

the home of Zacchaeus. Then evangelist. He la giving now his "schools of Bradford County. My past Truby Co Ste and run W aro fI 10 : I '""' -

He continued His journey toward people to Jeaua experience a* a board' membershould ': Addition to St&rk. _In'' ., 1. O. floyd_____ 1110 W.stnereiaod, 8flt thence .
life to winning b* ot value t.n: tr.rt'j: W\1o\ of NEI4_>- S on said lIt 420 It SiS
Jerusalem. arriving at Bethany an Christ and to organizing BusinessMen's and on thla record Lot 7 of Blk II. 1Avinitnn. ., tt. H 410 fI to beg. ant "J' -
'Mtera earnestly solicit your vote and sup- Truhy Co' Addition '
suburb six before the -
days dubs.S J.a:
}Evangelistic!: port. I ta Stark.I In WV4 taskifl5 t.dina. "
wover, on Easter evening he C C R..p."Ua of : --- --t< I U 1']. W. HaeeSr. .. SA Bk"t _..__ II B. C. c. S. Uol..ndorl. 101.'"
Va1 present W. C.MANNINO.Paid I : :: $ternberg ____ d.TII
h"* at a cupper In the Since modernlem'ls getting Into ( PoL Adv.byW.; G Manning) of Ink II. Live acres In IIW ('or ofu5t4
OUlle I
of Simon the leper. some of the pulpits of this country LOnV.1-oB. T.ulo" &, Co' :\ ot IIEIft.ot NE42G S II L. A. Davis Jr__ I.u pI
TIle FOR COt7TY: !' COJf JtWalOHERt !' In acres of $EY
triumphal took place old time goepel preaching announcingmy Addition. % Mtark. ".1.tII n.rb.I; owiing'.
entry and slnca take this method of W\1o\ of --II I II Unknown -- bounded 1-

*:;next morning after this sup- .la going out of date In acme of office candidacy of County for -letlon Comrollonr, for the for Lot I. 5, 10. It of Bl*- IT, and.Add.NbYNt N by ( .. Wbyt. Add..2I S U 'J'. O. Doy,.._______ ....
on Sunday called it Is my prayer aa s Llvlngaton Truby Co's -
commonly our churches Dlatrlct No. 1. 0's.' lot of land 54 yards ,

alma Sun-lay. At the Mount of minister of the gospel that Godwin I eollclt your vot and support. Addition of NIB"4_atark_ _In.28Lot.l. I II It. ... Demoreas.__ UI Hand S by net yds K
lIyp5 discharge and W. bon4.4 H by
elected '
thelD8IIJI&'e and promla" .
just east of the city. Jesus raise up laymen to carry the dutle of this office to the beet; lot Blk U. Living I Win Scott lend S by
colt The country ton. Troby A Co' Addition John Derby iaul.. by
on which He might to the people. of my ablUt,.
Then ChUrches }. M ROSIER. to Htark In Wft II 8 II 3. O. Boyd___ U..' ('oAtrln land and W bySparkman
e11 a royal Is filled with deserted ) of NSD4 In :
Ion proc Paid PoL AdT. by J. M. Rolr. ;: land sll\4\
Into th, city with! a multitude aDd uttto community school houses. ( !i Lots I. 1, 1. of 151klasato. .to;ow. .1 .H4 ..,,"''',_.. '" ...aun.vt' I It Q. A.. Ttflh---"u._ '.'1H

Ife IIIP&GYine Him '. TIM iMoyto are huagnr for the gospel. f wi.FOR" to anno BtMOOL..ne**H my"J -candidacy I Aiiuinn ta --I'kWJ la .. Will.... -.-. .."..I' .NnI14efdltcb.13bA..42 ot\ 'W'4 01 1111:16: 01 S U L..A.Vavls.Jr. '__ -11 u ..

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County Telegraph rec.enllssue-.of'Ii"magazine of Maybe' You've [ ODD --- BUT TRUE( -1

'. Established 1877, national distribution' carried the

... .... .--.. .--- ... '" .-- photograph of John,'Dillinger, a ffeard It But :
of Indian and :
public prosecutor ,
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entecedas; Second. ,C1a99! I the woman, sheriff from whose jail f

Matter at the Post Office at Starke,, Florida Dllllnger made his recent sensational THE BRAIN

-. ... .- escape OUT OF"THE PAST :
tho Although George White's Scan- OF A SCHOVAP."" OR GEN'US", "s l
E. L. Matthews. _____.._..___ .__________.Editor and Owner During recent weeks pr.sshall dals swell show, entertaining I -'
was a
__ been filled with, photographs CONTAINS HO MOQt:
L '
-- have
of John Dillinger, the woman sher- from start to finish, It would GRAY MATTERA
SUBSCRIPTION RATE Iff and other officials, connected been still belief If they hadn't r<

Y.rly $1.50 Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance with the notorious.. .desperado's used a skit that. was first Intro- 11WT o. ANAVERAG
escape and flight. What av'thls duced in' the Sandals of 1926, or PEttSOt4. rfirt
Advertising Rates. on Application picture unusual Interest was the was it''25 7 Of course, a good jokeIs 6('''

3 -- -. ,, tact that it was taken before Dll- a good joke and eight years is a
llnger'a jail-break and showed him long time and audiences reallyshouldn't
( showers May bills for raincoats and overshoes -
April bring and the public prosecutor standing have 'such good memories -

with arms) affectionately entwined but It seems to us that by now 4o.ga'l.

o about one another while the wom- they should have been able to think ktM ,
an sheriff stood to one side, smiling up somethlng.to' take the place of _
t One exchange defines a wise man as anyone who Agrees benignly. the gag about the old couple being i

If Y with you. Edmund Pearson, author of thearticle' dispossessed by the sheriff when at f i iI if
the last moment their daughter
o acaompanlnjr the photograph rushes In from the city with 3,000 .._.,.__ .__n__ __. ._ .-
that the two men "are
I A psychologist says that kissing Is not good for one. not as, says you might suppose, just two and pays off the mortgage.. The -
II;f He's right. It's much better for two. college pals and their sweetie. The old father, wondering where blsdau&hter
all that asks
0 one in shirtsleeves Is John Dillinger money
her if she has been a good girl
-a prisoner In Indiana for robbing I \. 1
while in the and she f&
Politicians' promises often aren't worse than the city replies
any banks and committing: an Indefinite -
that you HAVE to be good to < J ? *"ZZ? toyT
promises of support? they get from some people number of murders. make $3,000 InPaducah. =

Although DUlInger was a no- ( "'
D .. The skl I used in road "f
..f.// same was a
torious jail-breaker, boasting of his
A man who would fight to the'death It denied"?, .privi. Intention to escape, Mr. Pearson company of .Scandals that playedn

lege of voting very often forgets to,pay his poll tax. states that he was given privi- slon! Jacksonville days. TTiere' back was In pre-depres-one differ- -IY/-I
leges; that he roamed about the I
a I)"), prison antt''amulled himself with ence-the word Savannah was used
A New York man committed suicide to amuse his guests. pocket knives and razor blades. in place of ,Paducah ,

Why not let them look through the family album instead When he whittled out a mock pistol 1
held up twenty or thirty men, YOUTHFUL IMPATIENCEAn
a herded them Into cells, and drove amusing little incident is told Il I'I

If you can remember when tomatoes were called "'loveapples" away In the sheriff's car, he took us by someone who was In the audience FLIA' /:
you'd better be careful about sitting around in a draft. with him one or two machine guns at the May Day program 'M 4 CArnI :', ,...
and another murderer, named held Tuesday (afternoon. The program } s .\ $ 1HTMCQHGOTNUETD

'ti o Youngblood.The they say,-wall lovely and a WyV1.YbtAPPRAR1NG VrHlTE MN\% CUCrmiNC.' KCMMMWt
Florida is to have a school for sheriffs. Maybe that is subsequent shooting of credit to those who bad it in 1HIX 9Uria. CNC1s Knbtlt'Ol .

what, they needed up there where Dillinger broke out of jail Youngblood cent at least one officer charge, but of course, as always, s:
his life and a trail of blood there were one or two minor mis- .. ,
't'D+ o
and crime has followed DIlllDger haps. --
Fashion note that the hatpin is coming back. The I
says In his flight throughout the mid-
For instance, in one of the numbers I write everything out in their own
male half of the population had better be good little boys dle-west, where he la still being unsuccessfully having something or other to Late longhand, and buy writers were

from now on.George pursued In the great I do with health the stage was filled oo From Other Pens opt to use very poor penmanship..
est man-hunt of modern times, with little each of whom had In
d girls Greeley was great demand ai a
o In his magazine article, Mr. I I to say that her mother told her to i CC speaker In 18C9 he received an
Arliss, vegetarian: says he will eat nothing he Pearson says:: "Creatures like do thus and.so'in 'order to have a :o Classify SIMPLIFIED SPELLING Invitation from Sandwich, 111., to
can pat. Then that should make rattlesnake meat the ideal Dillinger human'areas much out of rattle-place healthy little body. RUSSIU. KAYSrcr.t.ry -- come out there and deliver a lee
Y dish for him among The casual, One of the little girls remem- Florid Prttt Aujlior We have seen many experimentswith ture. He hastily scribbled an answer
snakes In a. nursery ..
bered that her mother told her ._--- + simplified spelling, looking to and what he intended to say
$ manner toward them
r o I" lighthearted something; but for the life of her I attended my first Sheriff's space economy In newspapers, but was as follows:
Is not confined to'Indiana, nor to
Has anyone kept track of how many times he's had slightly shallow persons like Sher- she couldn't remember what. I I convention last week and 'after they never seem to get beyond first "I am overworked and growingold.

to pull his winter clothes out after packing them neatly I iff Lillian Holley." 'My mother tells meshe said. messln' around with that gang, I base. Phonetic spelling was a rage I shall be,sixty next Feb. tOn

away in mothballs? This growing tendency to treat "My mother'tells, meshe re can't understand why it Is that all for a few months some twenty the whole, it seems I must decline -

murder lightly has resulted, Mr. peated. ., .. these criminals keep tryin' to 'years ago, and in Its mildest formit to lecture henceforth, exceptin
I Q I 1 I' !II.I I Pearson says In the fact that to "My mother tells me WHAT?" escape. Of course, they say you has stuck in a few places. We this Immediate vicinity If I do

It is said that Florida is noon to have a nudist camp. We cause any horror at all, a murdererhas Inquired a little three-year-old girlIn never know a guy until you live :happily go on spelling things the at all. I cannot promise to visit
of with him, and maybe If I had to i longest way, largely I think because Illinois on that errand, certainlynot
hope its location won't cause as much argument as that to hack his victim to pieces one of the front rows. It seems
murders bored with stay In the same house with a sheriff no one likes to trifle with the now.. Yours truly, Horace
by slow degrees. Simple she was getting slightly
the cross-state canal and crimes Ilk kidnaping are soon the whole business. for a few hours I might not find I King's English, regarding it asa Greeley."
the companionship congenial, but sort of vandalism' that strikes at
o forgotten and when, after a considerable i The'answer which Ilr. Greeley
n Several exchanges have been running an editorial headed lapse of time, the crimi- Now that Starke has j joined a they certainly are a swell crowd I,dignity and race pride. received read in thin v'ay:

r "Getting A Bill Is A Compliment Sometimes it seems more : nal comes to trial, the sentimental- baseball league the boys are goingto whe nit comes to conventn'. The only simplification which ap- "Your acceptance to I lecture< before
li : lots are ready to cry, "Give the need some support, and we don't "Old Bill" Spencer of Hlllsbor- pears to work is that which comes our' association n-xt winter
like downright flattery boy a break!" mean only moral support. Nearly ough County was elected presidentof 'from slang usages. We resent came to hand this morning Your;

0 I The one remedy the author sees everybody likes to watch al, good the association, so I guess that i"thru" or "thoro" despise ."pho- penmanship not being the plainest

k It', a good thing to get eight hours sleep every night, for this unhealthy attitude toward baseball game and as the ,admission makes me Court Jester or something i to." but many of us accept a gcod it took some time to translate It;
I Crime Is the enforcement of the change for'.the North Florida but I'll tell you one thing, a slang abbreviation such as "gyp," but we succeeded and would say
;t just so you aren't behind the steering wheel of an automobile death penalty. The death penalty, County League games will be fellow has to be darn careful how I which comes down from gypsy in your time, Feb. 3, and the term

,1' during any part of the eight. If enforced, would wipe out this small, we expect to see big crowds he gets funny with BUI. turn derived from Egypt (or perhaps '60 are entirely satisfactory

0 dlngrece in two months he says turn out, not only for home games, Bill Is a regular fellow and a from the breek term "gyp" As you suggest, we may be able to
"Po not believe any 'crlmlnolo- but also those,played In neighborIng blamed good sheriff and the thing I meaning vulture)., get you other engagements. Re-1
Automobile has decreased ten cent since
: ownership per glits'I or alienists, or distinguished towns' like best about him is that he's newspapers, especially sport spectfully, M.!, ,B. Castle."-The I

1929. However, those who are left are breaking enough prison wardens, when they say human. He's got the hardest crowd pages or column, quickly adapt Pathfinder.,

4 bones to make up for the deficiency that the death penalty, where' enforced Add crazy definitions: A phonograph of customers In the world to such slang as pep from pepper; o

e:. 0 !l'' : does not make the poten- record is something of which please, but in spite! of that fact, cop, from copper badge; and such HOW TO KILL YOUR: TOY
tial murderer stop and think. The only one side' Is good enough to he's makin' a success of his obvious colloquialisms as the following Buy from peddlers as much and]
Arkansas convicts are being used!' as "mules to pull object lesson of Canada la too play very much. boardln' house. : all'so sharply descriptive as often as possible.

plows in the cotton fields. That is going to give sentimentalists clear," Mr. Pearson says. "Our The pow-wow was held at Homa- that I wonder how the great-English Denounce the merchants because

; a lot of grounds for tear shedding."Grouper murderers do not cross our nothern DUMB AND DUMBERThe sassa, about twenty miles west of coiner Dickens missed them: they make a profit on their goods
border and they well know why following little story from Inverness on the Gulf Coast 'It Muscle-in,. sock, squawk, sap, Make your town out as a bad I

o they do not. the Arcadia Arcadian Illustrate was my first trip but I'm tellln' scram rap, racketeer, prexy, phen- place and stab it every chance ]roil
Group Group Grouper-headline in Highland ,v MHIMMlliyM MIMMlllD the fact that no matter how dumba you now that it won't eb my last gle (or fenagle),. two-bits rocks get.Refuse

American. We've been waiting to see what influence Ger- A I'IOTIIER'S'LETTER'' person Is, there Is always some- It Is a beautiful spot and they tell big-shot, atuffed-shirt, cock-eyed, to help in any scheme I

trude Stein would have head writers.A one.else a little dumber: .I me the fishln'around there Is the petting grand (tor $1000)), bozo, for the betterment of the materUl|
on The Governor's' Committee on "Nashv) HIggins told the Exchange finest, in the country. The hotelis bunk, fiftyflfty, gaff, guff, phoney, interests of the people.

o Public Safety hal made public thefollowing Club .one story that deserves owned by Dazzy Vance and oper- ritzy, razz, souse, flapper, cuckoo, Tell your merchants that you I

Missouri farmer says that he can judge a hog's weight 'letter received by a to be preserved in these archives ated by a genial Dutchman who wow tip (to hint-, snooty, queer, get goods a great deal cheaper II I

bythe he We young man connected with the says George'' Burr in his proved himself a wonderful host nutty pronto, Josh,,grouch blues I some other town and charge theal
way squeals. can pretty nearly judge a worn
State Road Department from his Winter Haven Herald It concerned At the ga-ga,, ban ed-up, blah, butt-In, with extortion. If a stranger ennui
an's weight, too, by the way she complains about it. mother. Members of the committee two fishermen, who, for obvious us to gopher banquet soup they and as introduced most of cinch, crab, yellow, swell, stung, to town tell him everything i ii overl

o believe,, that If every motherand reasons, he named .:Mr. Dumb and us were hungry enough to for stuck and dozens of similar expressions done and predict a general crutl
father would send a similarletter Mr. Dumber. 'They had struck a many originating in' hobo In a few days. I
Will Rogers suggests that prisoners!' leaving modern 'jails anything, nobody seemed to mind, ,
to their children who have spot in a lake where fish were.bit. but drlvln' argot.-llerlen Pew In Editor and Patronize outside newspapers! to I
unexpectedly should "in checking out, kindly let the warden Just begun to drive a car, many ing splendidly, and Dumb said to one of those critters every anklin'time rd see Publisher the exclusion of your own and Uw/ I
know, so he will know how many will be there for supper." motor fatalities 'and accidents Dumber "Better mark this place the road in front of the car Td --- denounce yours for not being aa Wl I

0- could be avel.ted.Marianna. so we'll find it again.- "Okay," have a funny ,feelln' In my stomach EUGENE S. MATTHEWS and up to date as the city papaw
{ Florida. said Dumber. After awhile they :. If you are a merchant don't advertise -
: The editor of the Gainesville Evening News accuses us April 2, 1934. rowed into shore surd Dumb asked Eugene S. Matthews of Starke, in your' home paper, but I

of having to"go to Plant City for strawberries during our My Dear Son: "Did you mark that place" Sure," rye been doin' a little checkln' Bradford County, candidate for reelection compel the editor to go elsewhenl

r recent Strawberry Festival. Those are fighting words, .suh, Two very Important'''things said Dumber. "How did you markIt up on the Congressional race In as a member of the FlorIda for advertisements and howl lib I
R have just happened to you, ?" persisted Dumb. "I made a the Second District where Florida's Railroad Commission; was In a sorehead If he does.' Buy a rubber
1'i 0 reaching your eighteenth cross in the bottom of the boat," Fashion Plate, the Honorable Lex St. Augustine in the interest of his stamp and use it. It may aanl
j Human beings are a little bit taller when they arise in birthday and becoming the was the reply. "You dumb ox," Green alleged to be the best dressed campaign. Mr. Matthews has beena you a few dimes and'make your I

the morning than they are at night. Ir other words, there's owner of an automobile. Your said Dumb, "how do.you know man In Washington, is all cluttered member of the Railroad Commission letterheads and wrappers look M l
birthday Important in that we'll get this same boat next for a number of business II|
though doing
just that much more of to be in the up with a lot of first class years with you
y you grouchy morning. you are no longer a child and time..?" competition. the result that he has a wealth--. of-- a one-horse town. :
o the success and happiness of When Madison threw her Kelly experience in matters of interest If you are a farmer, cuss Id<"

A farm paper writer says that he longs for the good old your future life depends agreat A CHKESY: THICK In the ring it turned out, to be a to shlppers.--St Augustine Record. place where you trade as the meat-1
deal on your conduct In SALT, LAID CITY,.,Utah-Ira est on 'earth. Talk this over wt0|
days when sure-enough campaign hat and
nobody ever took a bath in the winter, went to the the next few years. Have Darn local wrestler who has quite okln', The Judge baa been shakln'no Eugene,, S. Matthews, chairman, your neighbors and tell them 'tilt!

t"" creek ,in the summer and if the creek went dry, they soughtthe high Ideals and good morals a reputation for.his rather-rough- a lot of hands and they tell me has announced hla candidacy for meD are robbers and thieves. Swill

horse trough after sundown. and you will never regret It. tactics, met more than his match when be shakes 'em they stay renomination as a member of the make your property much W l
I know you are going to en when he recently, wrestled the shook. State Railroad Commission. A fine valuable if the town diet but WDM I ado

o joy your new car. It will give masked "Red Terror" here. I At the same time this boy Stur. citizen, a capable official, and with you carer_Exchange (via U"|

y A New York opera singer received a note threatening you a freedom that you have The match was nlp-an tuckuntil ; gls, from Ocala isn't lettin' any a splendid record of service to the Oak. .Democrat, ).. ; F

P'' death if she sang at a concert held by the Non-Sectarian Anti- not known before' The pleasure each had won a fall. Then grass grow under his feet. He's people of his state, there scarcely --I

Nazi League It seems to us that death threat notes are a of driving over good high when the third 'fall had started, prancin' around the district talkin' can be any doubt of that service Gene Ttuner IIeldFollowing
little ways and being able to go Darn smelled something. He bard and earnest A lot of folks being continued.-St Petersburg
drastic-even for opera singers places'' of Interest will mean Times. Accidn\\
1rL charged that the "Red Terror" had have written his name on their I Io
o Iota to you, but my dear:, you put cheese under his finger nails cuff as a reminder: for June 5, -
}: One London newspaper, writing of the Dillinger chase must not overlook the tact and.that he was trying to nauseate vldln' tile) don't forget and change i BAD HANDWRITINGHorace A young man who IdentttHI g
told its readers that that a car like tire Is a, thing him (tarn) with It., their shirt In the meantime. -- himself as Gene Turner was best l h
"Even red Indians
some joined the hunt 'of when under control '
pleasure ,The bout was stopped until the It will probably turn out to be Greeley. the famous editor detained byMifllsborough CoUIII1' h,
today with bows and arrows." And here we've been ., but It Is a dangerousthing of Uw till I
i accusing masked grappler had washed his one of the closest races In the New York Tribune' In the police officers Wednesday u
al the English of having no sense of humor. In the. hands of a cars.less hands. tate. 'Right now there is a lot of Civil War days probably had.the result of an automobile accident si n

person.In ,argument as to how it will finish. worst handwriting any prominent which. one man was killed.I u
driving I want you to always 1- with fast driving. I know It Is Some folks person ever had. but M
I say It will be Green and He was even un- It U not known definitely t
+ Scientists tell us that more people commit suicide in the be careful not only of' a temptation to .sea bow fast I Kelly who will fight it out In the able to read his own "hen'stracks"after : believed by friends here that|
spring than during other yourself but of the other drivers your car wUI go, or. U- try to runoff while they had I
any season of the year. We can others claim It will become "cold* and ner is the young man by In
think of three pretty good reasons without trouble you meet. Remember, they pass the car ahead of you. but be Sturgis and Kelly, with Green he would have, to-get'ore: of'his name who has lived in Etarkt tilt 1 to
any : are entitled to as much of the for sake terra&
my darling, resist out of the picture. It Is typesetters to readthen"for greater part of his life but I
ten Spring poetry, sulphur and molasses and chickens road as are, roadhogscause this generally : e
the you temp Uoa. An unexpected conceded that Judge. Kelly Is runnino In those days of,course editors, !ly moved to Plant City. I e1
I garden. Iota of unnecessary acci. curve 0.a blow-out and aU 'IJnred
like others who fatally
nobody's business and If wrote.. had to : Paul Dalton, S3. was
dents. and In less time than it takesto : Lea Green does Turner I
succeed In the which jnj
o stoppln'him. a. car.
Have your brakes and headlights -, tell It, the car U out of busy aDd Jogs their a
controL he'll have to memoir about a brka
It is an old custom in Sardinia to tested'at Inter put a lot more thin and driving, crashed through e,
regular that
use dogs, cats or other But my dear I know on the ball than he's put so far. he's liable to get: a railing into a creek near T8JI\\ i
animals as witnesses in court. The testimony is considered Yale, This. may, not seem so you have good Judgment andI You can take your choice lot more YOtOll thanAltogether some',fops Turner told officers be and f '

,true if one of the animals hears it without sign of dissenting. Important but to you with develop a new am relying oo you to use It Personally rm not ready to discount think lIe'l1 get. ton helped to extricate the etkd ar
car. new car* can and avoid it U
causing me any regrets Mr. an Interestln'rae. "T-l!
,y' Strange as this custom- seems, a cat's testimony would prob- trouble along these;lines'rand In giving you the car for tooled too many Just, times.yet Fve Political been and folks in the Second Dw- feU from several the overturned feet and became sedan I P* I a

ably be about as reliable as some of that heard in our own new ear la only as safe as Its your .birthday present- cab are funny about jumpin' sideways : tract are gettin' all hot and botJa., submerged In the creek. f' I; b
brake. Don't endanger eyed about It
court rooms. at the last specially: the Irtah. Iaceration
DevotedlyIyour1IER minute. Lea still suffered severe p
life and the
{ others Tbey-re '
livesof .. strong for I
"' has a: .lot of friend.and it he gets probably Green 'but died two noun later In the i
vote for '
e Kelly hospital 'from loss of blood y'
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