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 18, 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
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(tablished 1877_ Subscription-For Year $1.50; Six Months.; 75o -Payable in Advance E. L. Matthews, Editor and Owne


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J. B. Alexander Heads 'Work On 'New Tags Taxpayers Reminded 5 1' tj
;idford Schoolso Starke Now Trustees To Buy
County Baseball League; Begun 'At Prison; That City Tax Books

Other Officers Elected Colors Yellow, Black 'Will, Close June 1

Get FERA Aid -. First PlaceIn Those Material NeededOn '

J. B. Alexander of Starke was :Manufacture of Florida automobile Carl Johns, city: tax collector,
elected president of the North tags for 1935 will be started wishes to again remind taxpayersthat

For Teacher Pay Florida County Baseball Leagueat County League soon at the State Prison Farm at License the city's tax books will close County Bridges k
a meeting held In Jacksonville Ralford. according to an announcement on June 1. Mr, Johns will then be. ,

Tuesday night Rudy Majors of from the. Motor, Vehicle De gin preparation of his delinquenttax p

TO Cover Period Jacksonville was elected vicepresident Local NIne Will Play Fernandina partment. Pay Up list and It la likely that the Will Coat .1,000 Wooden Boxea 41 e
''tbru.ary fi To End and Miss Vesta Pruett of Team Ttuiw On Next The, ,1934 auto license plates Council I sale will be held on the first Mon. To Be Replaced ByExpenditure
?jbf Tenna Fernandina will serve as secretaryand '4umlMy were made with a theft-proof lock I day In August. Cement
.. treasurer of the newly formed device attached' under a contract .
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A.: 3..A Grlfflfl. county superinten- organization. Star** win this week tied for entered into by the Motor Vehicle Its meeting of $3,000 for concrete r

ent, this week announced that first place ta the North Florida Department and Fortlnberry Bros 1, Instructed 3 Negroes Freed pipe, lumber} and paint to repair ,
radford's School Board would re- County Leai: after losing a game of Jackson, Mies., '''who hold the A. L,.Al- county bridges was approved 1" ,
elve Federal relief funds for the Interest Rate Cut Sunday to Daylight' Grocery by a patent on the.device used on this unpaid occu- last week by the Board of County ,

yment of teachers In four county score of 73. year's tags. the per Of Arson ChargeCircuit Bond Trustees at their ,regular ''' 6 4
tot the period between The the Commissioner George without the monthly meeting. "
chools game was played on
\\-bruary, 5, 1934. and the end of On Credit Loans Panama Park diamond In Jackson stated what type that'of it had anti-theft not been device.decided J. A. C. Bogart, work director of 1 'y' ;

heir respective terms.He '. ville and had to be halted several would be used on Florida's : were ordered Court Ends Brief Torn the FCRA in this county, met with 1
''will l'ecelve.yment. for times on account of showers before any : Few Criminal CUM Are the board and outlined plans for '

izhteen teachers m the Starke W. S. Slbley., Secretary of Local being called In the first half of the 1936 The automobile new license tags.plates will be I Tried replacing on county roads all small '. '
cbool from Feb. 5 to April 27; for ninth Inning when the rain began wooden boxes with
Association Announce New '' withblack prop- cement boxes .
painted grapefruit yellow yl
even teachers in the Lawtey Reduction falling heavily.. lettering. I __$103.SO Nasby (Frog) Jackson, Johnny and for repairing the larger bfldg.
boot from Feb. 5 to March 2; for By winning. Daylight went intoa Smith' and Eddie McClaln three es. It was proposed that the bond

yen teachers in the Brooker W. S. Slbley secretarytreasurerof tie for the lead with Starke as _____. 19.78 negroes 'who were charged with trustees purchase the necessary
school from Feb. 5 to Feb. 23; for the Starke Production Credit Careen Cove ended its two-game Student DrownedAt burning the home of Joe Williams, material and the labor be furnished '

,ve teachers In' the Hampton Association, has just received word' losing streak at Fernandina at the _..... 4.00 colored.' In Reno on March 13, were by the FERA.
5 to March 30.
hoot from Feb. : expense of the Nassau County lads freed Tuesday by a Jury in the After consideration the board
The Bradford County High from Governor W,.1. Myers of the in a great 3-2 contest that went ...spe___. 2.00 Spring term of Circuit Court here. agreed to furnish the necessary
drool and the Lawtey. Hampton Farm Credit Administration In thirteen innings. Nearby 'Camp city The negroes were held followinga material and W. E. Torode and W.

ad Brooker Junior Highs have Washington, D. C., that the Inter Batteries for Sunday's game : ______ '6000 preliminary hearing soon after L. Wall were named a committee r
In i been placed on the state'slit est rate on new loans from production were: Redgrave Brooker and salary the fire at which Lacy Simmons, to. arrange the details necessary
of accredited schools, it was Body Found Sunday Morning brother-in-law of Williams, testified fqr out the work. Z
credit ..associations has Douglass for Starke; Pfeiffer and seven carrying
ounced last week. Copeland for Daylight. After Search".TtiroUKhout ._.___ 6700 that Williams had asked him .
The entire list Included 235 accredited been reduced from five and one- Saturday Night. to watch his house while he was
schools and 462 acredited half to five cent. Starke on Thursday of last week ,. and "Poppy Day" Plans ?
high out of
per "---'\ i ..___. 87.20 town and that he <( grade schools fqr the 1933- According to Mr. Sibley the new defeated Green Cove Springs in a I Arlington M...Henley 24, University ..,. 2.00 mons) saw the three accused no- Are Being Completed
fast the local diamond.
school year. Some schools pre- five per cent Interest rate becomes game on of Florida Student of Dei 2,00 roes throw a fluled on the side of -
iously on the accredited list were Standing of the four .teams i Funiak Springs'vrtut drowned Saturday __ 2.00 Williams' house and strike a matchto
Immediately Work of preparln"for' P
effective all an-
added W. on new the league Is as follows:
and others were it.
rapped afternoon while ,
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Cawthon' state superlndtent, loans .and advances' made by the W. I* Pet. in a lake at Cam -tmmokalee between nual poppy sale of the American Ali
2.00 At the trial In Circuit Court the Legion Auxiliary went Into full
rated in making the list public. association and will be applicableuntil Starke __-______ 2 1 .667 Starke 'Viand Keystone 2.00 defense called W. E. Thornton this week when the
_. ._________. 2 1 .867 swing memorial
-- further notice. Daylight Heights.,
& door
night policeman, who testified that poppies which will be worn: Lon
Sholtz Orders Patrol "The interest rate bf five' Fernandina ,- 1 2 '.833 not recovered ...... 2.40 he
new The body was until arrived the fire soon after It Poppy Day, May 26, In honor of
On State's Highways per cent i'will not affect loans already Green Cove_, 1 2 .333 about 10:30: o'clock Sunday tele began and that Simmons did not the World War dead, were received '
advanced In full" Mr. Sib\ Starke will' play Fernandina at. morning after searchers with : : ?__-_ 3.65 report the boys at that time although at Auxiliary. headquarters here.
-' ley said.,. "These will continue to Fernandina on Sunday. 'had dragged the lake all Saturday Mr. Thornton asked In Sim The little red flowers, packed in
TALLAHASSEE,' May 17. --, bear,the rate of.Interest prevailing The roster of the local team leas ,night. sale. Ill.05 mons', presence if anybody knew neat boxes, came from the Veter' yp

FNS-As) a result'of Governor at the time the loan was closed. follows: P. Berney, H. Jones, i Henley a junior law student, Co., how the,fire ,was started. ans' Hospital Lake City,',where

Sholtz proposal to the state cabliet The Interest charges ,on loans J. Hagen; J. Hale, G. Manassa, R. : parently became exhausted as ..... 115 After hearing a number of witnesses they,were made by disabled veterans 1;
that Inspectors from the Statetoad from the association are collected Bronkor, T. Williams J. Redgrave, 'was swimming to overtake a heavy Inc. testify to alibis that the under Auxiliary direction

Department. State Motor Ve- when the loan. mature.The Starke W. Copeland, S.,Harvey E. Perry- W8r, canoe from which ha! ,. ___._ 71.15 boys were home in bed at the time They must be counted and arranged ,
Ida Department and the State association Is now making loanson man. J. Douglass J. Kearnes, T. 'I trus v''
dived into the lake. A heavy. the fire occurred, the jury retired for distribution to the volunteer ,
Railroad Commission be assigned acceptable crop and chattel security Rlckenbacker and M. McMillan.i was driving the craft. ..___. 1.50 and returned its verdict of not workers who will offer
traffic enforcement a uniformed to farmers In Bradford, Baker .. .. 1.50 .
Violet Hunter, Gainesville guilty In less than an hour. them on the streets on Poppy Day.
highway patrol of twenty and Union Counties. City Bond Trustees ._. 1.50 N
a junior Red Cross life saver Cottle Sentenced The poppies are, paper replica y;
embers began their duties as _"The reduction of the Interest to of'a of five girls 1 bbl. Lucius Cottle Indicted for of the wild European poppies
Current Bills was one party negro
tate traffic officers this week Inn ._. 19.60 "
cent loans Mr. bloomed the battle field .
five on new Which
par: Henley had taken fo&a ride on first degree murder In connection on
effort to reduce Florida's accl- Sibley continued "is made possible '- ''him ., gas of Lee In France and Belgium during the
lake attempted to"save with the killing Williams,
eat death toll." The Board of Bond Trustees for _..... 34.68
by a recent sale of Federal Intermediate found the body had sunk when also colored. at Sampson City on World War, Mrs. Grace Wsln.aright .
The new officers met In 'Talla- credit bank debenturesto the City of Starke met in regular Acct. who Is In' change, of the
reached the spot. She regainedthe April 22, pleaded guilty to manslaughter
assee Monday and Tuesday and investors at an unusually low session May 7, with the following with difficulty. Mfg. and was sentenced to work at Auxiliary ,headquarters
received Instructions from Attorney The association members present: H. L. Brownlee, canoe : _.__.- 5000
rate of interest. explained. It was this flower
could five years by Judge A. Z. Adkins.
General Landis, Governor gets money to Jend farmers from chairman; J., F, Colley and R. J. None- of the other girls business Cam Parrlsh pleaded growing between the rows of wooden -
bolts and others their swim to the
the Federal intermediate credit Davis. to assault and crosses above fresh battle- ''
guilty aggravated
powers under the law to enforce Columbia S. C. of the last were Young Henloy was regarded as e'
bank of Minutes meeting was fined $60. graves, which Inspired the famous
traffic\ regulations In co-operation good swimmer. Ha was in chargeof 1'r
'It1aherlffs and municipal officers. "The lowering of the interest read.and approved. swimming and water sports Will Roberta negro plead.dBullty poem, "In Flanders Fields" by Col-

The Inspector. from each department rate on new loans to five per centIs Treasurer. made his monthly re- a group of Methodist to breaking and entering.' John McCrae. Since the war the t
were also Instructed In the second reduction in two from all parts of the state who Says Sentence was deferred pending flowef has become'fecoplzed
the duties of the other depart. months, the' rate having been reduced port.The following bills were ordered rented the camp from the Y,;M. good behavior. as the symbol of war sacrifice. hi
from six to five and onehalfper week-end. ,h t Robert Scott negro boy pleaded Each poppy has been mad Individually .
meets so that their efforts will be paid: A. for the ,- (FNS) -
cent on March 16. accident occurred guilty to throwing a mlssle Into a by some disabled vet.
pooled in enforcement of their Amer. Pet. Cor. car fuel oil.$320 of 12,000 as '
vehicle and fined eran who through ,this work has 4%
present duties In addition to en- "According to Governor Myers RF. Clark, salary for half seventy-five yards rom shore, All-Florida was) $50. "
The of Charlie Heath and been able to help himself of his dd
force traffic laws. said Mr. 31bley the Federal Inter- __ 6280 across the'lake from the dlvln.tower Dave case I
fore traffic laws.MISSION mediate credit bank Is passing-on .Berry April Johns_-, ?'salary-for a distance of about half : bas set the C. T. Kitties Indicted few robbery, family In the long struggle againstthe P +
immediately to farmerborrowersfrom mile from where other spectators was continued. Heath was not In handicaps of war disability.
HALL NOTESThe production credit associations half April' _-________ 2780 witnessed the tragedy.. as far as the :custody of the court. Often there is a tragic and patbetlo
attendance and Interestwere the saving made possible by lower O. E. Stansbury. salary for Those at the camp heard Is concern story wrapped up In these flowers. ,

exceptionally good at the cost of getting money. The confidence half April _.__-' -... .2760 !girls cry out, but/did not economy Florida Would Benefit Each poppy means one cent earnedby
Tuesday evening study at the Mission of investors In the securityof F G. Hemingway, salary the seriousness of the situation the balanc some needy disabled veteran far
Hall. All ages find the meetIngs the intermediate .credit.banks for half April,.._______ 20.00 several minutes. When' help arrived July. From Roadway Bill the support of his family or to aid;
Texas Co.. 2 bbls. lubricatIng him when he to reestablish ,
helpful as attested by the at- has been such that the banks; are from shore the body had In the con attepmts
tendance being usually equal ofmen. able to get money to lend at the oil ________..-.-___. 47.83 appearedNewCWA'Program. business," TALLAHASSEE May 17. himself In the world. Three )<;

women and children.The lowest discount rate In their, his Bank of Starke, note Fair 26977 .- of millions i (FNS) -Chairman C. B Treadway hundred flowers a days the limit

subject, ''"Nothing. and Nowhere tory. Governor Myers says that banks Morse Co.------- >> Incomes of the State Road Department announced usually placed on the workers to ,
," waa ably presented In the resulting low rate .of. Intereston Carl Johns, salary for April. 40.00 to earth to that passage of the Cart- prevent them from overtaxing;
Carl Johns, transfer to City their strength but three dollars a +
word and the leader production 'credit association .. Wright bill, under provisions of
crayon by Treasurer ________ ___-1000.00
would day la a God-send to men who have
while the congregation presentedthe loans Is enabling farmerborrowersto of the first which the nation's roadways
Bible references on same; save thousands of dollars on the Harold C. Wall premium and ,! Believed Planned how to live receive 9400.000,000 for construction earned nothing for months and! ''

There will be a special program cost of their farming operationsthis employees liability Although we and maintenance, would bring year.
of gospel music next Tuesday eve- year. If the associations make public liablllty280.32 the rest of Florida approximately ,$3,200,000. ,
ning In addition the,study and sound loans and loans that are Quigley Davis, suppliesfor get too en- ,The amount would be about the 'WORK STARTED ON SI
illustrations. 'Watch the bulletin collectable. an adequate supply of plant______-,-._ 13.46 President Roosevelt Asks. Hug.Sum boom." same".. that which Florida received According to Information received

board for announcement of. thesubject low cost money will continue to be Riverside Foundry Machine For. Winter Relict i -. '- last ;year and would allow here work of ,removing the
to be used. available.. Works making brass Needs : the state to carry on a similar road dangerous curves of Road 81 within
connections and re- program this year. the city limits of Waldo was 4tlons
threading hydrant caps. 28 09 In view of :President, I I F started this week. The Campbell y

Shown General Fngineerlng Cq., request to Congress for S 1,322.000000. had Its first: DITKOEX OPENS RESTAURANTA. Construction Company ,of Tampa.h
Sample 'l Ballot For Primary repairing alternator.__. 1978 It Is believed that he Is planning .," .,, A. Durden of Monticello this bas the contract for this job which
Westinghouse Electric Sup- a revised and renamed said to have week took over the managementof is a Federal project being don'
,ply Co., cable for .White I Works program as- one of the u 1 fishermen I the restaurant on South Walnut under the jurisdiction of the State
As Time 'For Qualifying Is Closed s Way _..____.-..__--. 20.70 props to the Federal The animal Street formerly known as "Car- Road Department. Road 31,runs ?I
J. O Christopher Co.. beltIng relief structure for the ter'a'" from Waldo to Ocala: ,
for plant 41.26 wlnt_. tent on u "_..._ m_ _...._ ._m.. ._ _
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,.-r. 1 _- Starke Telephone Co. The President asked that Congress
Time for qualifying ,as man. and E., L._ Matthews congressional phone service plant..:..__ 4.80 appropriate that sum to specimen*, the PoD Tax Payment Continues Light t
dates for nomination in the district committeeman. Egry Register Coy repairsto "under fairly broad powers" thirty-two 4Ig
candl--I who _____ 800
committeemen the distribution
cratic Primary, June 5, bas Republican register make flexible dorsel fin of
and voters are now turning have qualified and who have no op- There being no further businessthe the money for five general purposes egad tall of a
attention to the line-up of the various position are as follows: W. B. board adjourned to the next two of then definitely only specimen As Deadline Of May 19.Approaches fj ,

contestants In the numerousraces. Parka state executive committeeman regular meeting. part of his recovery plan This
\ '. W, J. Sears Congressmanla.rfe -' ; Ethel R. Parks congressional The $040.905,000 Item for feet long and s
u- is without opposition as: dtetrtet committeeman; A. M.: REVIVAL SERVICES TO BEGIN relief was the biggest proposed ." rat.the rat.
are Armsted Brown and Fred H. Blanchard. executive committee- AT HAMPTON- NEXT. SUNDAY.- penditure In the Presidential ..message. ; reporter were Registered voters of the stateare !: of registrations compiled In,

DaVis for the State Supreme Court. man.; Precinct 1: Mrs. Annie Wood. The balance was made tip he might reminded that Saturday, May secretary's office. o
Precinct Beginning Sunday :May 20,:an.anng.Ustlc $288.000400 for the Civilian Conservation State law (requires printing and ft I,
County officers who are unop- executive committeeman. animal 19.:.Is the last day on which they '
distribution of official campaign
win at an
campaign Corps. 115000.000
Posed and "raame. will not 2Voters.
ppear whose ballots are: in Bradford County.will the Hampton Church of Christ Federal! Land Baaks... 1 reminiscent: of "My pay their poll taxes and qualify >> booklet to qualified voters la

*- S. Crews on the for primary state's attorney; vote on a'number of national and .with the paator K. Earl Voile!, for the Internal Revenue &' In a glue -',to ,vote In the primary elections :- advance of the first primary. Sec sl 1s

*. M. Rosier for county commls- state officers la addition to the I conducting the service and masks warfare on bootlegging and $11. .'' l lien and women over the retary Gray announced that 250..

toner from District 1; R. T. county and district candidates and for the meetings. aa well as the 09 .OOO for. miscellaneous- acUvItleti. SLOW age of'fifty-five years who' register 000 delivered copies to of the the pamphlets various county'will be 4'
which will be held each .
oateea of candidates for the various Bible drills
for commissionerfrom a
county ) In this county according to law are exempt registration offices.
somewhat at 2:00 o'clock.: Administration) snembers
Is below la afternoon :
school oflfcea given
District 5. and three that
the fact from pod tax payments as are The state will spend approximately ;
board manner their names willappear Services will be held twice a day reported to have a tentative
candidates: W. C. Manning the same reports Tax those who have reached the voting $1 .OOO. which Includes the
District the ballot oa June ft. at 9:00 o'clock a-m. and .la the evenings for projecting'aad expanding
1J: J, c. Prevatt,. District: on '
Knight. Only
and will cast first ballotThe cost of printing and distributingthe
2; Stafford I CrewsDistrict 3. The candidates for the county at 7:30: o'clock. Special music existing-and comparatively age their s
were books, to connection
> and 4 for each night and Work. campaign ?
The following Democratic Exec- commt elon.ln Districts 2. is arranged Emergency the total number of registration, r
utive Committeemen for this county are given; although the ballots In study of the Parables and ChrisLisa which last whten was which: !. the greatest of any off- with the coming elections.
"will be features'of themoratng'aerrtcee. Into opwatloa to help jobless morning. sum was appropriated by the Leg4w
are all G. H Pearce those respective: districts: will carry/ Action jammed year' election In the history of the
unopposed: day..on_which islature for this The cost
before purpose.
needed relief
who '
i names for ; state is not necessarily an ,Indication
Precinct 1 Precinct ony"the1'cudldates!; '
J. M Alvarez :
2: B.',W. HaPrectDc'.3r.'C-.s.; thoN'dllb1ete. .. I A'pageant.. :"The\ Challenge of more (.___ _' Machinery made... *,J": Mr... of the) numbers of vote that to the various counties Is estimated rby

Roberts. Precinct 4r W. B.-Alexanjw. To signify his choice.,the voter the Cross" will b* presented Tuesday the)Public'Works ..A..dmllll \ &. will be earlSecretary Secretary Gray at from 910O.000 yr;

Proclnct: 0; .A. L... Sullivan. win place a* (X) mark,before the night:-be May observed; 22, and throughout special swung Into nigh .speed. : "Industry 'used of'State ''Robert A. to '9130.00O*. The major covering expense-both will prijtnarU be rl'',

u Precinct. : J:. A. Sapp Precinct 7; name of the candidates he' wishes nights the meeting.will .:Th* 'public I* cordially Germany' export .* .nAber. oc Gear. rr"f.. .. a palmar' ballot of falfq pa7'ofi L.pectors.l.ed '

RGalney, Precinct 8..< ,Also un- to vote for.rollowlag. ranted attend these ..ervi7 valued at 933460,000. la the of the ,total approximately 200,000 oa .June 0. clerks f to
"PPoaed are A, Z.', A-......, !State la a sample LLof how . ... ; -- rHY .. ...... .e'X"
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Telegraph Writers Community Us by Tms. Noon _

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children were visiting Mr.( and Mrs. klndy! helped us during the Illness -
N. D. Green in Hellbronn section and death of our beloved sister. BOOTSEY'S BEACH SAXTONMrs.
AI f LAWTEY RISING Sunday. IT BROtiKERMl Miss Ollie Hague. Especially do

''' I I o. jr. rump, cor. Mr.. n. M. MeH., C.". Mrs. W. H. Andrews was a business Yon Gmlnrr, Cor. we wish to thank! Dr. Goode of L. Ga....... c... W. A. Tyler Cor.
of Gainesville -
visitor to Starke Friday. i Alachua, Dr. Thomas
a Arthur McRae motored to Ala and Miss Connie McGauleyof -.
Rains Bcnrflrlul To Crops Eld. C. A. Crosby filled his regular chua Monday. I Miss OlUe Hague Dies. Erooker for their untiring ef Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Prlvitt enter- Miss Freda Brown of Double

h'' Rains early this week have been appointment at Corinth Church Miss Audrey McRae and brother, The many friends of Miss Ollie forts to aid us. tained several of their friends Sat- Run was. visiting her sister, .j5,
,, very beneficial to truck crops in Sunday with porno special songs Arthur, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hague will be saddened to learnof MRS. FLORENCE VARNADOE, i\rday night with a dance. W. A. Tyler Tuesday.
this section and many growers are by Mr. and Mrs T. N. Norman and George Bowers In Boatdraln sec- her ''death at her home here MRS. SALLY DUKES. Miss Mary Gasklna of Winter Mrs. Frank Sumner spent SUII-

taking advantage of them and setting others, it being Mother's Day. tion Thursday. Thursday, May 10, after a brief Haven Is spending several days day with her mother-In-law, 1aIrs.
y; out sweet potatoes and other Eld. J. E. Newton' and H. H. R. C. Keene of Gum Branch was Illness. Miss Hague was sixty Little Loraine Thomas enter- with her brother, J. L. Gasklns, A .C. Sumner.
in Lewis attended church at Lake of She had been the tained a group of her little friends children.
v crops String beans are moving visiting Owen McRae Sunday. year age. and Everybody In this section
t _i large quantities dally; prospects Geneva Sunday. Misses Elizabeth and Annie Mc- postmistress here for the past .with a party Tuesday afternoon annlI In Mr. C. A. Moody of Belmore proud of the showers that art
Mr. and Mrs Raulerson eight She has been a memo honor of her ninth brithday relatives here last com
y9 are also good for a good corn crop Joseph Rae of Gum Branch and Miss Lois yeara. received was visiting Sunday; The crops are looking
this year. of Jacksonville, Mrs. W. R. Woodof ber of the Missionary Baptist I versary. The hostess many Wednesday.Mrs. fine.
of DeLeon
DeLeon Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Kersey Springs were Church from early childhood. i beautiful presents. After!\ playing Peter March has returned Miss Mary Lee Wynn of
visiting Misses Audrey and Vesta
Pnraonnlit> F. L. Connors of Lawtey, and Mrs. McRae Saturday afternoon. Miss Hague was a woman who games fcr a time the hostess, assisted here to the home of her parents was a visitor In our section Stark Won
Miss Mary Lee Wynn of Hampton II. M. McRae pent Monday! of last was loved by all who knew her. by her mother,\ served re- Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Murrhee, after day.
r was visiting friends here Tuesday week at Crosby Lake Cemetery Mrs. L. A. Crosby and little sons, She'was faithful to her church, her frebhments to her many guests. spending the past two weeks at Arthur.Taylor of Black
4t afternoon.M. beautifying the graves of their Jimmie and Carl, spent Saturday work, and her home. She has Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Galney and Belmore with her sister, :Wra., C..A. was visiting friends here Creek
F Brown of Tampa la a visitor loved ones. with her parents, Mr.. and Mrs. H. many frlenda who greatly miss her. daughter, Eva Fay, attended Moody Sunday.
bere this week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Merritt and M. McRae.H. She leaves to mourn her! passingtwo church services at Shady Grove We are very sorry to report little from her home here, to Starke last;i;
Miss Luella Tatum of DeLand children of New River spent Sun- M. McRae! and children and sisters, Mr. Florence Varna- Church Sunday. Jack Reddish, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday morning where she un.
is vlHltlng relatives and friends day with her parents, M>r. and H. H. Lewis and daughter, Edna, doe and Mrs. Sally Dukes, both of Rev. G. E. McGauley held services W. M. Reddish, very 111 at thIs derwent an operation. She I Is i
here this week. Mrs. J., M. Hersey. attended prayer meeting In 'Hell- Brooker; four nelces and three at the Hampton Baptist writing. We all wish him a speedy patient at the Marr Hospital and
Mr. and Mirs. Lee Carradlne left Miss' Vesta: McRae nttT.ded::: bronn section Friday night. nephews; and a host of other rela- Church Sunday. recovery.. her many frIends will be interested
Sunday for New York City where church at Long Branch Sunday.Mr. :Mr. and Mrs. 'V. R. Halslop and tives and friends. R. M. Gainey was transacting Mrs. J. L. Cask Ins was moved to learn she is doing. nicely
k Mr. Carradlne will be employed In and Mrs F. L. Connors and -.:, rVed: attended services at the Funeral services were held Friday business In Jacksonville Friday.L. -
an orchestra. I children of Lawtey and Mr. and Christian Church at Lake Butler afternoon at New Hope O. Hazen Is spending a few
r Mr. and Mrs. D. Rowe of Mac- Mrs. B. M. McRae and little daughter Sunday and were dinner guests of Church, after which she was laid days In Georgia attending to busi- FUNERAL DIRECTORS
clenny were visiting relatives here were dinner guests! of Kf. and Judge and Mrs. Wainwright. to rest In the church cemetery. ness.
Sunday. Mrs. H.' M. McRae Sunday. Rev. G. E McCauley of Brooker C. E. McCauley was attending to imr Many Years Experience:. Makes Possible for Us to Render
Mr. and Mrs., W. E. Torode this Mr. and &Ira.\ Jim Kersey spent Japanese scientists plan to study conducted the funeral services. business in Storke, :Monday.The EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
r week moved to their summer cottage Saturday night and Sunday with the phenomena of an active volcano ) MODERATE PRICES
at Kingsley Lake. Mr. and Mrs. J., S.. Norman In at close range by being low- Card Of Thanks Greeks are thought to have DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY
& 'J. B. Rowe and family this week Woodlawn section.Mr ered into Its crater In an asbestos- We wish to express our heartfelt used coal more than 2UOO: years STARKE, FLORIDA
d'' moved to the Harrell place, south .and Mrs. H. H. Thomas and i I lined box. thnk: to the many people who. ago. -..
of town, where he will farm the
y1+ next season "KEEPING UP WITH THE) JQNESES"Solid Nonskid Ivory ---By POP ''MOMAND
Lester Sponholtr and Slemon ,

Phillips were visitors to Jacksonville -- ME.H. MEH- SOUTAIRE ? MAYBE IF "YOU'D WHISTLS \
; Saturday evening. ALWAvB< I Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Roberts were DRAT YEAH-Dorv'T M&Y COMMoDof. HAVE! MOO PLAY 6E& BAD? You FEW OARS X COULD fSEIvneMCZKS V
Reverend Lyell wlU preach at WOMDBR / HAQM'T Ip MB'S Tbo jt WORDS QT5 TO ("LAV NEXT T 2DurlO -
i the Baptist Church Sunday at 1.0 TAKE % MUSIC ?? ;r.. DoN'ToW' r 9 r7 '
11:00: a.m. and 8:00: p.m. AU are A HINT : :: a
urged to attend. Yl
Mrs.;> V. R. Reddish was visiting
at the State Farm Sunday.,
B>I H. C. Harley and O. J. Phillips

_ ;ir, were evening.visitors to Starke Monday M i M

J. S. Norman was a business to
Fat to Jacksonville Tuesday.
R. P. Jones and Sumpter Harley
who ere working at Ft. Mes.d,

ri spent Sunday here with relatives. as to rY's+Y
Miss/ Beatrice Miner was visiting .
h ua k*r. arwe x..wy.ua
z in Jacksonville Saturday. .
Miss Blanche Bennett of .Jack ,

; sonville WM visiting relatives here
t over the week-end. THE FAMILYNEXT DOOR Vocabulary:

Mrs.' Irene Slaughter of Wild-.
%! wood la visiting here this week NtUD i 1''R.E r tooat our HIND \
.Mr,and Mr*. J.\ W.:Andrews ofSttyrke PRfTtyUGHT YOU SAIN1Y1WN6
were visiting here Tuesday I NE16N1)OPJt00D 4 Md BONY. "MNt V Ytb file
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afternoon.' YOOQ 46ye W a 1&
Miss Dolly Dinkins and Miss A fable 4
OItaE OUTS YEP'YeDI ...} Mope!
Harley were shopping in Jack (mow svr
sonvllle Tuesday..
14 C. R. Atkinson of Miami was a: r : YlPI
visitor here Monday.Mr. I 00 1:5 6111 e'
and Mrs. J. B. Dye and son, I MIND
Fred, of Lakeland were visiting'
here Saturday.Mr. 1w
and Mrs. J. F. Howell, Mr
and Mirs. Vernon Rowe, Mlits Ruth
Rowe were visitors to Jacksonville

k Monday.Mr. +
., and Mrs. W. R. Wllllmana
were visiting In Gainesville Sun
day and Monday, ll
q; Mr. and Mrs. E.: B. Wells were :f

I shopping in Jacksonville Saturday.
Mrs. H" B. Arwood and Mrs C. ::?
R. Whitehead were Visitors. to :w
Starke Tuesday. 9areE.
L. R.,,Grace and LonnIe Prescott .
4 .J0 l yr e.arM.
were visitors to Plant City Satur- 1- -- -':'"
day and Sunday. I 1I 'THE MAIN. THING ON MAIN STREET' T -

.Black-diamonds, the e By I -.*F.' Van Zelml

of all known substances jBitih) BLEADING U! i = o q .

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SOUTH :MIAMI-Here is a city 1--
that tried to quit and couldn't. In ZIFF ,
1931, South Miami surrendered its 1 I Miss l..l. !Mil'r.,* L*..U., fee '" ""''u'',,',, n. y"
LIVE STATE NEWSNews charter to the Legislature and '
closed its town hall. But through STARKE DRY CLEANERS

court action the charter surrenderwas Johnson-Stokes
of Florida In Short Paragraphs not allowed, and today South Miss Fay Stokes this section STARKE. FLORIDA'

Miami must resume Its municipal and Earnla Johnson ot Lake Butlejre .

functions whether the people need were married here Sunday

them or not. night with Judge Wainwrlght of
iiIJ1 I'' JZ- ---- -1 1WREIIOUSE Lake Butler performing,: the ceremony AN OPEN LETTER TO THE PEOPLEOF BRADFORD COUNTY


TAMPA-Fire or undetermined: in- TALLAHASSEE State Rod< friends. Mr. and :Mrs.

origin here destroyed the warehoUse fant deaths In Florida decreased to Department's final budget for 1934, Johnson win! reside In Lake Butler dissatisfaction

of I. W. Phillips & Co.. buildI 1,619 last year, the lowest on record Just off the press, shows a deficitof ,and have many,friends who wish ,
lie I *material dealers, with a loss of the mortality rate increasedto $2,314,934.64 Is anticipated' at them much happiness.Mr ice offered by our establishment I have determinedto 1

more than $100,000. No one was 63. The rate In 1932 was 61] the end of the year. Thin is a -- put forth every effort to see that in the future u J ; 1 k
the building at the time the fire lower than last year's but the num- alight Increase! from the present and Mr. J.V.. Lewis and ,,
Istarted.XEWSPAPERMAN t ber of deaths was higher, 168( deficit. Estimated Income Is children and Miss Hazel Thomas the service given you by the STARKE DRY CLEANERS is

.- Mortality rate Is based on 1,000 $7,360,383.47, while convict main- spent Sunday at Graham. with Mr. equal to that offered anywhere in the state.. ,
DIES births. tenance road construction and and Mr. I. W. Dyal.

JACKSONVILLE. C. Sellers, payment of existing obligations Miss Elvis Mann spent Sunday With this end in view I have employed Mr.' A. C.
editorial writer for the Florida 223,000 REGISTEREDTALLAHASSEESecretary will require $9,673,319.11. with :Miss Hazel ,Thomas.R. a Yr t y
an of Brooks an experienced dry cleaner and laundryman who 'i'
11mes-Unioa and editor of the S. Wasdln of Graham waa a
florida Farm and Livestock Record of State Robert A. Gray has estimated AID TO PORT visitor in our section Friday. rained his experience in hiD native land England. M 4 Y ,

(], died at a hospital here last the Democratic primaryvote MIAMI-Passage by the Senate/ Mrs. Lloyd Padgett spent Sun- Mr. Brooks has been employed by some cf the best- '
on June 5 would be approximately -
week after a long Illness. The 200,000. With thirty coun- of the Copeland Bill providing for day at Brooker with Mr. and Mrs known cleaning establishments in this country '
Idow survives. froe trade zones In America Sam Mott.\ "
ties, most of them small, still unreported ? port hope that increased patronage fro people of this
was balled joyfully by Miamianswho Everett Gainey of Brooker waa a ,
$85 TOP SAlARYJACKSONVILLETop Democratic registration have been urging creation of a visitor in our section Sunday.L. community will Justify his employment at an added ,
totaled 223,562 tabulation
: monthly 1 com- free port here. An application for O. and Johnnie Lewis, Fred J
L .alary for teachers la districts re- piled by Gray showed. establishment of such a trade zone Shaw, Miss Elvis Mann, Miss Ha- expense. ; ". ''a

elvlng relief funds for schools hasen on Peninsula Island, at the mouth zel Thomas and Miss Lulu Mae<
set at $85 as the Florida AFTER SIXTEEN YEARS of Port Miami. will be filed, if the Lewis were vitltors: to Graham Since I took over the management of the local .
BRADENTON-Walter P. Bowen
mergency Relief Administration returned to his wife and five- House likewise passes the measure Sunday afternoon.J. cleaning plant the patronage given it by people of ; '
ruled their wages could not be sup- and It Is signed by the President. W. Lewis, L. O. Lewis, Johnnie -
children after absence of this section has increased '
plemented with other public money. today an Lewis, Mice Lula Mae Lewlc approximately 150 per ;

sixteen years. He declined to comment and Miss Hazel Thomas( were visitors cent. I am sure that my newest attolpt: to improve
his activities his SUNKEN PLANE MYSTERY
LOW PRICES AT FAIR upon during to
JACKSONVILLE-The Florida absence, but said he had a "hunch"he KISSIMMEE After locating recently. tho cleaning service offered Starke will cause many

[world's Fair Commission has been would find his family waiting exact position of a mystery plane BIKTUH others to give us a trial and that they too will

cured that low prices will rule at here for him. During the entire I obscurely burrled In the bottom of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Griffis, Starke, soon be numbered among our satisfied customers. ;?
Icago this summer, not only period, he said, he had not communicated Lake Kisslmmee l about fifteen girl, April 28.
iong concessionaires on the ex- with any relative. miles south of here, G. Lester Ivey, Mr. and Mra. Louis Crawford,

osltion grounds, but at hotels, restaurants state conservation officer, cruised Lawtey, girl, April 29 Yours very truly '
and amusement places, STARTS TO FAIR to the scene again with two heavy Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney, -

brougbout the city! TALLAHASSEE:-sixteen car- duty motor boats, but after tugging Graham, girl, April 30. (Signed) JUNIUS M. SMITH.
loads of Florida products are en for some time was unable to Mr.' and Mrs _I!:. L. Geiger,
TAMPA PUPILS RIOT route to the Century of Progress dislodge the craft from its gripped Starke, girl. May 4,
TAMPA Fifteen hundred Exposition at Chicago. They will position in the mud further thanto Mr. and :Mrs. Pete Griffis,
chool children at four Tampa become part of Florida's exhibit at pull it upright Ivey said.STATE'S Starke, May 5. h
Schools rioted and threw rocks be- the exposition during the summer I .

tauae tickets for free lunches had Flowers, trees farm plants of va r I.
en discontinued. Police squads rlous kinds and different types of OLDEST VOTERTAMPATHlllsborough i
ere forced to make many arrests, things grown or manufactured in County I
claims the distinction of the
including parents, elder members Florida made up the shipment. having
If:families: and children, ranging In oldest Florida citizen registered to -
Ige from seven to fourteen years. STONE WOMAN GETS BREAK, vote In the coming June elections '
Mrs Martha Weeks, resident of) s'
PANAMA CITY-Visitors to thWorld's e I PROVED- ;
:%OTICH' TO CREDITORS Keysvllle, In Hillsborough County, ; : ; .
,II the Court of the County Judge, Fair in Chicago thia summer ,
Bradford County,' Florida-In Probate will have the opportunity to I was 106 last August and still hale
and She Is to
hearty. prepared
II' Ke: Estate of Clara B Slatrunk, see an almost completely ossified I
cast her vote in the coming pri
1 Oreaocd.] human being In the person of a. tif
fa all creditor and all persons hav- maries. Mrs. Weeks has voted In /,
woman who resides In Panama
Inn clnlma or demands affatnfttrnlil 'LYYY
county election since womanwere
every *
estate: City-Miss Orpha D. Ensign. Miss I
YtM, and ench f.f you are hereby! granted the franchise, considering *
itlflpd and required to present'any Ensign, who is totally blind and I it duty. by millions of iniles of v
a patriotic
Huns and demands which you, or unable to move a muscle, has been I
,ether or you. may have against the S -
offered to the World's Fair
i ., a trip
state of Clara B. Slstrunk, 6.a.rA THE DUMB-BELL
|. late of Hr.. ',,,rid a, tn the Hnn E. K. Ferryman, season, the services of a maid I testing by engineers l 'I it
founty Judge) of Bradford County He knew he was dumb before 1-e
It I his office In the County CourtT'K and a splendid expense account, to I
I knew anything else, His parent*
|| In Hlarke, Bradford County, he paid by Robert L. Ripley, of
.Florida, within eight month. from told him so. When'he started in ,p ,
111* date of the first publication "Believe It or Not" fame.
.'."1. All claim, and. de."manse not school his playmates told him.
rr.ented 1 within the time and In the When he began to earn his living\
luiiiMHi' prexi-rlheil. herein shall be TRAPPED SIX DAYS ''
told him: 'So
his fellow employes
I irred nit provided by law. MIAMI--After lying Injured for
Dated May 10, A. D. 1934. he waa sure of it.
JOSEPH: M. SISTKHNK.! six days on the ledge of an eleva-
| As Executor of the Lnnt Will and tor shaft In' the penthouse of an He found It so hard to master PROVED-
and Testament of the alphabet that he learned It for .e
unfinished hotel here
H. SIS'TRUNK. Deceased I Shirley
.IlCLAItA, Brewer, 43, pharmacist died last ward and backward. He learnedthe ,
week. Mrs. Brewer, who said her order of the letters* the "H" ,
husband had been in ill health, re- was the eighth and the 0" the fir; r ,
vealed that she had found a suicide teenth. He did not know the multiplication -

e not in a pocket of his clothes. table until his rlasa-i tt 'L

I (dried Irvr Brewer had been missing since! Fri- mates were in fractions.learn It was a in the hands of hundreds 4
sl day and was found Thursday at so hard for him to things
midnight, unconscious, fifteen stories that he knew he could never afford
above the ground. He was re- to forget them because he would .
moved to a hospital where he died. not have time to retrace his steps. of thousands of owners ,

His leg had caught In a hole In the When he wrote a letter It was tin
._ he had to make v
such an effort that
him the
masonry, keeping on nar- n
row ledge. every word count. He had no timeto

The Charred Remains say a thing twice.c When he
made a compilation it had to be absolutely -. t

.I dale sad *b.ab-mrm m*mi.*tmpW WHEN HUNGRYOR right toe first time, because .
... for. ..,IniHlmm If*ell*mmmjhlM. -. he could not go over his ,
Cuknwl Imr mm--..M.
rk..7s.150I." .......5e.. tel*doe ,THIRSTY work again. When he was sent for
..0II., ....... .... Fft lvsda.rl Information be had to get it all,

".""' -Da.n ie.rYy_--.I___ i..ad"M.e.deyi __ EAT AND DRINK and get It correctly, because It

.ti-I..IJP'eh.l W e fade-... took him so long to complete hla
".IM mm* mmrtmmm Ia.) **._ ATKitty's errand. When he was asked a
"""""- -at e-.r ml .. '
Immnmtr mhi
-... IW*>..ftmmm.MM question he had to answer It with

II a yea wish ii mil ill I.i h.dlwh LunchSinclair what he knew, because he wall not ilff'
001..!"Lw_'law.adsswith......- clever enough to bluff. O

Service Station He was so dumb that he never
AROLD C.. WALL 24 Hour Service ceased to be grateful when his firm -
gave him an advance. He could s ;
5TINSURANCE not figure out why men who were
:, brighter than be gradually came \'rUY do you suppose Chevrolet keep repeating, in all of

under his direction.He W it. advert lug, "Drive it only :5>> m ea"? Very frankly, ( ana you n nevebe

n.ver understood why, when [....'. the reason Chevrolet engineer have tried out aU the ,
his firm got Into financial trouble,
the banks Insisted that be be made Yado.make of ear in today' low-price field. They have compared satisfied with any ,

receiver. When he worked the business | performance-on rough road,in traffic,over hill, through Mod and

back to solvency he could not mod and watal l And have their Mtlsfao other
IrkI- explain why they made him presi- they proved, complete car r

,don the tamo thing that hundred of thousand of Chevrolet owner
dent.He t
was so hopelessly and eters {are proving In their dally du ing. The Chevrolet ride limply can't

nally dumb that he was always be matched other in the field. That' ,
looking for a better man to take by any low-price why we urge i

IWLome over his responsibilities. When hit 700 to "Drift It only 5 miles"-and that' why we promise ", wiu'flAssn

town unanimously proclaimed him I t modified with any oilier Imo-prictd ear"
their chief leader ha could not understand '

ri-- Face Powder: were not better qualified for the /CHEVROLET
position.-The Lamp c..v-wa.-.w.tan JMnrmm'fTie mi wry aJl-.c.IIJfoora ...
A .-+.t V' .b

Enhances Every SkinA'million MY BORROWED TOOLS <<

I would not mind the gardening.
My bed would soon be made,
: women day inimitable
every prove 444js
U when to dig I am Inclined 44js
Lov'me delicately smphasizes needn't search the town to find +

every natural beauty-conceals every defect. What neighbor; ha my soade. Ii

It gives petal-smoothperfecxitm to every I'd gladly hoe my rows of corn Ir

type of skin.'A, finer clinging powder,which And kill the weed that grow; }
But when this. work I start to do,
l stays on all day.FlubWbit.R.dbi. FULL-U ICLOSitK eene. nitottao Nttoavowelt aHOCN 1t001
search the whole
t have to ) placthrough .oolunrnattae ; ,
'to first locate my hoe.

"_JNM tried HM MV MUM. I tulip bed
A splendid
Cold Cnttmt It nib.. M Ml*2is I 'Twould be a cinch to make.

If I could get down to the task WITH A CHEVROLET SIX
meiBALovTie I I Without first going round to aslc .
I What neighbor has my rake.

r It's not the delving la the dirt.
'r -
Powder It'* not the garden rules

I That trouble me; It's searching Torode Chevrolet
Company t
'/,Jr retrain ....,M f$>JFMB 1 the neighborhood through for people woo ,
Will return tool. .- .
I not my ..

: MHBA- ...'' : '1Vdi :AYadr.:: .N,v's ..I colt Free Press "' STARKE, FLORIDA, .
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Margaret Lowry Celebrates Woodmen Circle MeetsThe

Woman Who Fails To Take Care \of 'Her Hair Birthday At Lake regular meeting

Ii 3ocictyJ I Cheats Herself of One of Her, Chief. Charms. .. ,. Dr.The. and KIngsley Mrs. J. Lake M. :Mitchell cottage'was] o; the was-Starke:Woodmen held prove last ,Tuesday Woodmen evenings of Clrclt th

the scene of a"JCj>vely party last Hall, with tile gut
I Shampoo Hair Before It Begins Thursday afternoon from 3:30: to dlan The, Mrs.hall Vonda was Inman, JlreSldlng

to Show Signs of 6:30: o'clock; the occasion being the orated with Easter elaborately lilies der
of Margaret
anniversary and
ti Mr. And Mrs. Scott Celebrate Mrs. James Lewis HonoredAt Needing It I Lowry birthday, who was honored at this spring flowers. otter

Wedding Anniversary Miscellaneous Shower; lovely affair by her parents, Dr. The regular routine of bU8lnet;

4 p, :Mr. and l\ rs. Wilbur A. Scott One of the lovllest affairs of the Director By ELIZABETH, National Bmuty CROCKER liuHMtyilEKE X4+3 i rbt < and Mrs.: O., H. Lowry. was Manning attended was elected to and to Miss Peal

lib celebrated the eighth anniversaryof week was the miscellaneous shower A color scheme of pink and expired term flu the ears
I as
afternoon at to so little excuse for not carried out in the decorations chaplain
+ their marriage Thursday eve given Wednesday' i green was At this
4'1g .; nlng, May 10, by inviting a few of the Cady cottage at Klngsley Lake knowing how to take care of with quantities of pink was Initiated meeting into the a lodgf Claw\
4',1 v their friends to enjoy the occasion by Miss Beverly Cady and Mrs. L. your hair' whether it be wavy garden flowers and green foliage During the
k "1 with them. F. DInkins of Lawtey complimentIng straight or permanent-od; and w'J being used effectively In the rooms lowed the social hour that
) regular Ju
there' mo much latent beauty In meeting.
Mrs. James Lewis, a recent
and the porch.
The rooms of the lower floor, Including r 1 r IFS on large Anita Courtmanch
very woman' hair, that to Ignore Violinist
the .sun-parlor, wore dcco bride. delightful swim In the 8l
After, a companled by her
It 1* to cheat yourself of one of mother. ,
i rated with a profusion of sweet Quantities of summer garden lake, games were enjoyed on the H. Courtmanch lb* j
four chief charm! "Not mlnW.mou.y.broWD""or. played; three
flowers in table and beau
it peas, roses, stately Easter lilies arranged I lawn. Late in the afternoon Mrs. tlful numbers,
"not mIDit' "Hungarian
; '
and other spring blossoms, arranged floor baskets formed the decorations t'v f dip assisted Mrs. E. M. Davis -
Lowry by No 5" (Brahma), "Old SouurT
a so dull and 417"-yea.; yours, and
for the where the
in baskets, wall vases and and and Miss Lucille Mitchell, "Star of the Orient
evel'7bod7'whlle rai
yours you
entertained M
guests were a pink
91 bowls and color motif being carprled can buy henna for brightness and fit"' served a delicious pink and green Miss Myrtle oilla Crump ,.
? 1 John H. Powell favored the com green brilliantine for neatness 1 I ice course. Punch was served Tampa, state manager,
out in all the decorations. was to
pany by singing "Until," and :Mrs throughout the afternoon. a guest at this k
; ,
,A large, beatlfully decorated Strangely enough, at the bottomof I meting but on ac
( L. O. Powell gave an appropriate Twelve little friends of the hon- count of illness was
kind of beauty unable
chair held the large assortment ot any you are apt >tiele to m
&y reading entitled The Wedding gifts for the bride. A word contest to find health and cleanliness, and I oree enjoyed this lovely party. present
There also contest called
was a was enjoyed Miss Kitty H gsed so, too. In the matUr:: of hair. A -
musical In whlrh :Miss
romance winning the prize. A mont enjoy- scalp that Isn't clean can't breathe I
Isabel Fernandez the
played suggestive -
properly and can't send proper
melodies. able afternoon was spent in pleas WHITE HOUSE
I ant conversation and viewing the nourishment Into your hair. So,
t The hostess, assisted, by Margaret make EvaporatedMILK nOSE
lovely gifts. sure you shampoo your hair
Lowry, Ruth Wyman, Mary 'Just before It begin. to need It, not
Late in the afternoon Mrs.; Din- FancytPhoteGrun; !
{ Loralne Stockwell and Louise kins and Miss Cady served refreshments after It has needed it for sometime I D
Stern, served a delicious sweet
of cake, sandwiches and Iced !
course at the close of the happily R I
L "'. tea. Remember, also, that, henna has Tall ICE F FPET
a4r "fllpenevenlna; ( --.-i -- health.bringing properties,,that even zavt 3 Cans'17c ,
1 The invited guests were: Dr
; i Celebrates Seventy-Sixth the beauties of old Egypt knew orCARNATION
and "Mrs George H. Lowry, Margaret
/TArYIND; r rii I
l' this "ecret; and unless you are
Birthday' Anniversary '
Lowry Ruth Wyman of ",.,. blonde or white-haired, you will find So 22
Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. TaU Can r C
Sunday at the home of W. A that henna give your hair Dew 3 18c WHEREECONOMYRUL3.
ffA Downing, Mr and Mrs. E. M. Doy .- Meads of Hampton,':!twentyeightrelatives' highlight, new ,brightness, that Truly Her Crowning Glory are Ann Harding'. lovely tress**. I .
( ,'Vis, Jean Davis Mr. and Mrs J. T.
and friends to
gathered altveneis-of-color that 1* so Important rltatlon by using either 'the last moment and en* 1* sure
Quigley, Mr. and Mrs N. F. Gull- pay> honor to Mrs. B. D. Meads, to real hair beauty (. beauty aids.- 'I that she hasn't used too much and If you have not done so, get acquainted with A&P's: famous
ford, Rev. and Mrs. B. M.. Mont- COFFEE TRIO and A&P Coffee Service this week. Learn
who celebrated her / !
seventy-sixth. Then, once your hair 1* clean wad At the Marl also sure that she hasn't disturbedeven for that coffee satisfaction doe not
and Mrs. C. L. Stock. yourself depend on price-
"A [wellgMary Loraine and Kathryn birthday, anniversary.bountlfu'spread' I shiny bring on the brllllantta or claim that stag people ) the smallest curl or slightestwave. but on flavor and freahncoo--and that really fresh coffee Is
P Stockwell At noon a wasthorou&hly the bandoline! These are aotlve tee of brffllantlae to give On the other hand many women
Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
enjoyed and a most ,day for women everywhere; .apd that lovely glossiness you prefer to rub a bit of bandollne GROUND BEFORE YOUR EYESCOFFEE
Stern, Louise Stern, John H..Powell
rj pleasant day was enjoyed by those cone of us want. to bothered; mire. They realize Just how on the palm of their bands and
Miss Isabel Fernandez, Mr. and present, who were: Mjr. and Mrs. >y ends that won't stay In place, S'el1lt enhance: their hair spread It lightly over their hair.
,:Mrs., L. O. Powell. W.. A. Meads, Mr. and Mrs. by hair that must be reoombed,er- how It help the But whichever, you prefer, remember
? Thee Hall, Mir*. J. V,. Slade, Jessie cry' time we remove our' hat*. off the highlights la their that halt that 1* clean well
k 5Metbo4'W,1L,: S.R Mae Slade, J. L. Williams all of ,Whether yon are at .work or. at or tbeatrioal.One brushed becomingly arranged,*and
:fill l Hampton; Mr. and Mrs. J. H. West, lay It I* a conies of Irritation(to actress ha mad It.most touched with a bit'of dressing for 8 O'CLOCK RED CIRCLE BOKAK

t The Woman' Missionary Society Miss Jo Vanderhoek, Miss Juanita itiow that your hair I* not In place; tory to use brilllantine In the gloss I 18 hair that will win admiration "Mild, Mellow" "Rich, Full Blended"_ "V1&oroUIIlnfY"
Of the Methodist Church will meet West, Robert and Evelyn West of tad you can $[ a',OI4, rock. hPresbyterian' .tier; a Rae *tf>am of & .
d Ocala; Mr., Paul Green, William. .
--- lb.
19c lb. lb.
afternoon at 3:80 o'clock 25c
.Monday : l.
ojr Irene and Paul Green, Jr.,, and DavisNoegelMr.
jrt Lbs church. Business and de- Ladies Hold
4r 'Vi otlonal meeting. Misses Katherine and Mary Lee .' and Mrs.:' W. H. From a California exchange the ,
Interesting Meeting
Stafford and Ivy Anderson, of San-
". nounce the marriage following giggle Is gathered: "A
!? ). E. S. Meets Monday derson; Mr. and Mjra. R. J. Turner The Ladles Auxiliary 'of the daughter, Louise, to man is something that can see a LUCKY STRIKE CAMEL, CHESTERFIELD OLD GOLDCIGARETTES
and children, Mrs. Nelle Patterson,
Presbyterian Churchnjst) last Davis of WiUjfeton! on pretty ankle a block away while
tr ',' The (regular meeting of the Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Meads, Billy" uesdaV. I afternoonwltl Mrs. May 9, It$._Hawthorne, driving a motorcar in a crowded PerCtn. $1.15
{ /.j&tark* Chapter, Order of Eastern and Viola Meads, of Jacksonville"Baptist In
George H. LowTy'at the mse., The of thin street but will fall to notice,
If feStaiWhwlH be held at the, Masonic Notice Mrs. Willie S. Gibson juftlngva: couple,which marriage came as a the wide open countryside the approach IONA-Plain or S. R. 18-Lb. Bag 24-Ijb.Bag 48 Lb,Bar
W. M. S.
ifcilan Monday evening at 8:00: of locomotive the size of
her, subject, "Stewardship tt Life to their many friends a
vA'clock. The regular program and business conducted. the devotional.' Mrs. H. performed by Rev. a school house and accompanied bya FLOUR 45c 85c
>'* Mrs. Ruby McNalr of High meeting of the Baptist"W M.: H. Young had arranged an Interesting home In Hawthorne flock of forty box car ."-Arcadia $$1.65
ft Springs, grand instructor for Dick S. will be held at the church Mom Arcadian.;
; f-;"trict No. 8, will be a guest at this day afternoon at 3:30: o'clock AU program for the afternoonon evening wltH'only a few 4.Sample. SCOCO-Finest Shortening 1Lb. Ctn. 4Lb. Ctn. 8-Lb.Ctn.
Latin America, and those tak- friend witnessing the
+ meeting and It I* especially requested member urged to attend.
part on the program were'Mrs.' O. Mrs. Davis has resided in
a G that all officers and other E. Stansbury, Mrs., .W. A, Bonham for the .pastjthjfee years Ballot COMPOUND 8c 30c 57c
x: member be present at this meet- Fire take a toll of 1 ,OOO live
and Mrs. C. R. Clarke. Mrs. W. A. her pleasing-personality
tog. All visiting member of the and 1500.000,000 worth of property
!/ Bonham, conducted,tle Bile, study a wide circle of friends., \ DIXIE CRYSTALSIJGAR
F j r.order> are. welcome to attend. .: evefrj year and Mrs. B. M. Davis, preskleuG of :ur.,:D4vie,7s; ;' -: .) ;' $ (Continued'from1: Page 1) '

; the auxiliary, \presided during a of Starke where he was Pounds:: 23c !
brief business sesHioo. The namesof by the Florida the candidates will be.lined up on ,
the Home and Foreign Mission he and his bride have a the official ballot although the order GRANDMOTHER'SFresh

S.R.: JOHNS' aries were read by Mrs: J/ M. friends here 'Who will be of the respective offices might Plain or Sliced 14-Oz. 18-0z. 240:
Mitchell ,attar which Dr.: Lowry offer congratulation be slightly changed:
.. closed the meeting with a special They will ti.reside In
BREAD 6c 8c lOc|
r. trayer! where Mr. Davla Is :; FOR UNITED STATES SENATE
; : WEEK-END Eighteen member and ,visitor Vote For Ones .

were present at this meeting; Mrs.B. A new glider record I CHARLES A. MITCHELL SILVERBROOK. Prints or AP ]Fancy TlIb
C. Holzendorf was welcomed asa by a young German I FINEST PURE: CREAMERY
new member of j the.:auxiliary. stayed aloft thirty-six CLAUDE PEPPER
During the social halt hour that twenty-five minute, BUTTER Pound 29c|
i ,
I SPECIALS followed, Mr.. LoW1Y ,served' a previous American record.' JAMES F. SIKES
> 'salad course to those'' present. : PARK TRAMMELLMRS. DEL MONTE TOMATO
i I Ex-King.Alfonso's
':'- .,oJ f Newton.,Mass.,'one of the moat 'ace at Santaa der, Spain, HORTENSE K. WELLS SAUCE 3 Cans 17c
i' ; :attractive residential cities in the :made Into the "most
4 i BEST WHITE BACON_____Pound lOc I Greater Boston Circle/ ,,la populated :1'versity in the-world." FOR CONGRESS SECOND:
> an excess of(women over men DISTRICTVote QUAKER MAID, Delicious, PureAPPLESAUCE

/ ;; SUGAR...., _____________5 Pounds 23c fbY- 4,876. \Vf" Mussolini has banned the For One
T 25c
: fc ilk hat and other signs 3No.2Cans

;I. ( RJ; C, E..._____...._______-..S Pound 20c Leland L. Scott of:'Kansas City, by Fascist officials! so as R. A. GREENJ. ,
I Mo., baa developed a two-stroke arOUse the jealousy of the R. KELLY
.I r"8 F L,O U R____________24 Pounds .80& I engine which baa only nine moving 0"'I
*, ; .rta' and.*which\.burn*..oil( .;,rUker *Bight pall' ',ot twin are WALLACE STURGIS IONA BRAND CAMPBELL'S DELIS

:. BEANS___________,..__S Pounds 25c t., & gasoline. ing an...EUmonton: (England) FOR RAILROAD COMMISSION TENDER, ,BABY LIMA TOMATOBEANS

Prince Albert Smoking TobaccoCan lie ( )
: "' '
Vote For One SOUP

| .Maxwell House COFFEE____Pound. .29c ? Do You Know? + 1 1 1rAt. GEORGE S. DAVIS :

3 16-Oz. Cans 17c 4 :Cans 25c
.11 :Charmer COFFEE CanJTcr .""" I IR EUGENE S. ,MATTHEWS
----------- I .

; .L A R D____________- ---4 Pounds fabc WILLIAM J. PLACE DelMoate

TOMATOES___-----3 No. 2 Can 25c LESTER WELLS PEACHES 2 No. 2l/2 Cans 29c

{f *,., BEST BUTTER____..... .--___Pound,'29c FOR RAILROAD,(GROUP TWO COMMISSION) Snnnyflpld

TOILET SOAP____ ,_...f----3 Ior? lOc l Vote For One CORN FLAKES 8OzPkg. 7c17c

+y|; GINGERALE-3__3 Large Bottles 25c ," HERBERT P. CARO IVORY. SOAP 3 Medium Bars

i New,Irish Potatoes___ .-'10 Pounds 25c 4 kF JERRY W. CARTER P & G SOAP 4 Big Bars I5c29c

'i No. 2 YELLOW CORN________..$1.65 '1. 1 MRS. MAMIE GOOD EATONGREENJOHN CHIPSO '2 Large Packages.

/ 'No. 2 OATS _____ ____._________$1.95 JOHN W. NEWBURN CAMAY SOAP 4 Cakes 19c

f 'SHORTS; (16 Per Cent)_...._______$1.75 l1c
: : WILLIAM j. PRUITT Oxydol (2Pkgs lOc IPkg .,Ic) 3 Pkgs

cwt .| BEST SCRATCH__ _...,_________$1.90 M BR,IDFORD COUNTY TICKET tOe
A C. S.. MEAL GOLD DUST 5 Small Packages
Per ,
w (7 cent) .$1.60 W.I.IR APi V yJ'w L: FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVEVote

';We have a complete line of LAYING MASHES BABY For One B R ILL 0 Packages 25c |


Fresh Fruit: And 'VegetablesBANANAS'

,1 Wanted-Chickens, Eggs, Sweet PoUtoea CHARLEY E. JOHNS tOe



:;c: IV-- DELIVERY SERVICE l .... -- ', .."' ''Iu' L. L. CONNER NEW,IRISH POTATOES "3 Pounds tOe

', W >It. WTWAR ,
) ,1(; ; ..:: ; Fresh Stringless'BEANS. 3 Pounds tOe
-u'- '
: Phone 45 lOc
Delivery {DISTRICT 8)) Fresh SQUASHES 3 Pounds

.. Vote For One
.. California .Iceberg ,,LETTUCE: Head 10c
-- "!" f-01'- It.-.l R MALLORY THOMAS :

t. S \>R Jchns: THAT''i It'I.I with such trad.*.' tool as the,hi'>m';m.de adze s" ;, 3 L. UNDERHILL J' CELERY I Bunch 77C%
\I photograpi'that the ....t Indiana of Brio i,, Columbia' 7Vc
e. their' ramous dugout canoes wad their ornate toUm. | The FOR, COUNTY COMMISSIONER CARROTS:'. BEETS, Bunch
OLDS In Iris Bhetoaraph I I. shown MrMnaj en 0 totem Milan' t... 25c
THE RELIABLE nearly lost lust the Canadian. Govern nenths.. spelt. '" "ch IDIS-miCr 4) COOKING:APPLES 4 Pounds
preserve. pole' now. In exIiUnc and lies. (passed .' 'Uw .,* Vote For One -
4ev". WCRVICB: MY' MOTTO 'FOB OVER ; i"..tetat' of *less more totem poles from th* .ou"try.! ..'The be.t : I
THIRTY-F1Y1pl: | H.'V. 1
.f >1
; In North America I 10 to bo THE COMPA
..It..... River ,li. northern' British Columbia '" :cons!: : I ATLANTIC'& PACIFIC.TEA.
.. ; \J.tt'J1't.r4.IIWy; )\ : ( :; (\: .V ; Jf.I1i\\!
1'I ;ly vtdfi }ymavr,."?arr : :>.j.,1"." J \..z"y; ...,, u ,.
.v, f t" ak )N '
3 4 ey 1 fir; n":+"' S g' 1 .N$: '"

_i11W1'rPrs,' :t' 1''Y "a'n"tMy' M;'flf!\"4Atxra'y11"'ry'f\ !\,' ',s," o'l1jI' }'a' '\':' ;"If.'If"I"1"' '"Jit-,:,; 'rmyp 'm'"h.n %?"'''II'+ ''' ?, ..'


_-_--.....-_-..---- -------- .------- .--,--- -.. ---. r
Mrs. D. B. White of Fernondlna 1- Clyde] Farmer of Belleglade, for. of fltarke! Chapter No. 166, bow In'' The United States exportedgy, ,", 't ,'
NAT SEZ: J1 has.been the gueat of her mother :mer manager of the Western! Un- submlsHion to Him who doeth all 1.087,000 door fifty-one foreignmarkets '
'Mrs! Cella t. :Manaasa,.and' familyfor ,LoU Wf Ice here spent:the:weekendher : things well. in 1931, > a 4

Bits of .1 Headlines in the, paper yesterday several" "..days.Mrs. _.c *:with friends. I II Be It further resolved( that. as amark' -,4 ki : '} r
'0 ,' ", woke hie'up with a bang when I .. I of our appreciation j ) our MAIL SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE '
reac.tMa.l1.Boxea: PC UtilizedFor B. W. Curry of Jackson Mr.. W. J. Epperson, Mrs. G. A. late'! staterdl) hereby el':to f *ft
Mall Only." '\villa\spent! the'w ak-end la Starke Anderson and Miss Olive Ray the family out heartfelt yfefoaOiy! Train No. Mail Closes ,
Local N At first I with her grandparents' Mr. and spent Wednesday in Lake Butler! In thelr hour of deep BOrrow, and 11'Parcel Post,'"'South 8:40: ""& m.
S. thought maybe ,Mrs. I.,J. RedldsK.. S' with,Mrs. F. O. Schell. commend them to Him who alone 107 Letters Se Special.' ,
Uncle Sam was can sustain and comfqrt. Delivery, South .__9.50: ( a. M. r
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE. BUSINESS AND going to stop Misses Mabel &ad>arl Reddish The Bradford County Singers That as a mark of respect. our 1 Letters & Parcel Post r

PROGRESS OF TilE COUNTY AND ,TOWN them from stuffing I of Jacksonville spent Mother's DayID wilt meet at the Lawtey Baptist charter'be'draped for thirty days, South( .______-____ 8:00: p. m. ?
Church Sunday afternoon at 3:00: and a copy of these resolution. be 12 Parcel Post A Letter
; up his box- Starke with their: parents, Mr.
I en with thosebunglellOme t and Mrs. L J. Reda lIt o'clock. All persons interested (in spread,tipA,the minutes, and a copy North _j.-jimm-1-r-1 3:00: p. m. Tar '$
mall singing are invited to attend. sent to. the bereaved family of tbedeceased. 108 Letters & Special Delivery _
l- i I order catalogs r j e ., North ____.__._ 5:40: ( p, m.'p ,
Mr. and Mrs,O. 1 Beasley returned a
Duncan of Lake Butler but no such Respectfully 2 Letters & Parcel Post,
K.Q here Tuesday. good luck'They home :MondaY"1.1ornlng'fr Signed,.; North __.___-__.__ 6.00: p. m.. ',
visitor visit with relatives in Tam
a ,.( till officiallycome 1 a Resolution'of condolence by DORA ALDERMAN, Ntarke & Bell Branch J'' 4
Mrs. D. B. eight under the pa and Winter'Haven. Starke Chapter No: 106, Order of EDNA HART Mail closes ..___.___r 6:50: a. m. ::;
ante Jac head of mail l, If asked the Eastern Star. MAR WELLS; Mall arrives _..__.__-? 1:50: p. m.
although you Mr and Mrs. John Baladen and Whereas, our loving Heavenly Committee. .--: ., 1 N NCIi.ANGE
one of us home town merchants,
-:Minnie Brown of we'd tell should be classified :Mr. and Mrs. Mack Weaver of Ke- Father has seen fit to call fromour IN SCHEDULE '
you they
)1rs. nansville were guests last week ninth of Out of 100( ( men sentencedIn
| visitor here Friday.c&rson ; under "nuisance." midst on the day every .
a'M a : of W. W. Balsden and other rela beloved English courts In the last
The point of it l Is that we have April, 1934, one of our year Southbound a
Grlffls of Highland Just as good< Values in our stores I tives. members Sister Clara Slstrunk, only fifteen were guilty of crimes No. 1-Due Starke 10.55( : P. M.
to Starke Tuesday. who has for Many years occupied a calling for more than three No. 11-Dua Starke 8:57: A. M.
as of
| Rogomery-Searsbuck or '
,visitor thoE! fellows. but we can't any go to Mm,J..J. Rlgdun, Miss Eva Rig- prominent rank in our midst, main- month Imprisonment.A No. 107( ...Due Starke lOT(): A. M. y + ''
B. Roberta of Graham the expense of printing up a fancy don, tSp, and Mrs Lacy Rigdon : taining under all circumstances a +--- NorthboundNo. ;
Illness C.\ visitor here Monday. catalog to tell you about it. Of and little daughter, Bonita Fay, : sweet disposition! and noble spiritof municipal power plant has 2-.Due Starke 6:22: A. :M. n"
course,, we can advertise in the spent Sunday la Jacksonville with love'and loyalty, answering to been built by popular subscription No. 12-..-Due Starke 8:17: P. M. n
W. Markey of Brooker home town but Mr. and Mrs. Arthur, Rlgdon and every call of work and service. at West Elkton. Ohio. It cost No. 108- -Due Storko 6:01 P. M. i
newspaper you
T. here Wednesday can't put everything in the storein while there attended the annual Whereas,' Sister Sistrunk was a $1,500( and occupies a 10xl2-foot() Starke And Wiuineo Branch<<
Isttor an advertisement like you Con meeting of the Primitive Baptists. faithful and worthy member of shed. No. 102Leaves( Starke 7:00: A.M.No. 4
B. Pinholster of Brooker in a catalog. But just to show you They ware accompanied back by E. this chapter and a strict observerof 9 102-( -Arrives Starke 1.50: P.M. y
[attending T to business here I'm not afraid of competition, I J. Roberts of Lawtey, who had all the rules and regulations of Roger Bacon Invented the first (Dally except Sunday) ; 1,
challenge you to find anything In spent the week-enj",:, there attend- the order. pair of spectacles which came into Nos. 11 and 12 operate dally except t
Raiford was ing this meeting. I Resolved that we, the members vogue in the thirteenth century. Sunday. '/ t
Ralph Cox of a catalog that beat what I'm ,,
ill friends here during: the w going to list below.LADIES'. 1 i''

here end.Mr.visitors-and-Mrs._to ,Jacksonville William ( Pique, Toyo HATSWhite Panama Fancy Whole Grain ;

day- 48c
Gladys Williams and
Miss 10 Pounds

Jacksonville.Helen Prather 'spent Monday .- Ladies 14 to 20 Wash and SO Dresses to 44 45 C ,' A GROCERY

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Struth 78cMEN'S I 5 Pounds L

Ulsa! Kate Struth spent last _
In Jacksonville. I _: of' ; STARKE, FLORIDA q

J. W. Townsend of Lake. 'SHIRTS ''I CERTO: ___ _30c 23 c 1
TAILORED TO FIT Friday Saturday May 18-19
ma a prominent visitor here ,Satisfaction -
e day afternoon.

98c DEL! MONTE'._ BEST Pound 4 For p

son Mr., James and Mrs.Harold Fate,, spent Gassett : PEAS 'No.''2 Can 15c CREAMERYBUTTER, 29c PORK & BEANS,, .17c

day In Jacksonville.' FULL FASHIONED DEL MONTE' r'c_' ;

George Balsden. Jr., of Pure Silk Hosiery69c Pears No. 2 Can 15c SALAD OIL 15c TOMATO SOUP 5c, '

ville spent several days here
[week with relatives. PINEAPPLE 15c VegetableSOUP* 6'/2c; T8II
Miss Bunnie Canova,.Miss : : : BOYS' SHIRTS Fancy ___
Manassa and Al Manassa DEL MONTE No.2'Can No.9 Can, ,
12 and to 14
6 to 12ft
Tuesday in Jacksonville. 49cCURTAIN PEACHES 17c, CUT BEANS .IOC,

Mrs James Lewis and DEL MONTE Can

sonville Melba SIlcox Tuesday were morning.visitors to SCRIMALL Tomato Sauce Can 7c CORNED BEEF 15c

Ruth Wyman'of Lake City COLORS DEL MONTE,t' Tall Can LEMONS ___________________.Dozen 15c PINK >I On .

several days In Starke last : L lOc SPINACH I lOc LETTUCE: Hard______________Each lOc SALMON 25cTUNA
the guest of Margaret Lowry. Can't'
CELERY Large Each 7'/ic
AT --------------
Col. H. V. Knight land FRUIT ,SALAD: 17c''BEANS Fresh Poun l 5c FISH FLAKES 15c
to ..__. ..__-_*> <
Strickland were attending
ness In Columbus, Ga., STERNBERG'SStarke. DEL MONTE No. SQUASH, Fresh .,_...,__ ____3 Pounds lOc Quart'
G. G. CORN 13c' ; Salad DRESSING 25c
POTATOES .: ._____,_4_. Pounds 21c '
Earl Searing of Lacoochee
the week-end here with his FloridaR. Tall I MILK ,3 Cans t7cTEXAS ONIONS ______ ---.Pound: 5c 14-oz. CATSUP 15c ; r'

ents, Mr. and Mrs.C. O. : Yellow Ripe BANANAS.____3 PoundsPound lOc :'
: S. Denmark of the, U. S. Coconut Vi-Ib. Pkg 12c CORN No. 2 Can lOc;,
11188 Leah Struth of "t"i Army, who has been stationed for Vanilla WAFERS_ _..,____ Box 15cr0
ville spent the week-end here sometime at Panama, has been enjoying II I'l'
her parents, Mr. and Mrs W. a visit here with his parents ,DEL MONTE Tall Can: CHEESE I Pound 17 I.Lbo Can'APRICO'TS ;

Struth. -, Mr. and :Mrs. P. S. Denmark, 15c .. COCOA 20c
at their: : home on Cherry Street.
Rev. and :Mrs. E. A. MACARONI i Oz. Package 5c
Oat Flakes Pkg. 6c PEAS No2.Can lOc
Lake BuUer in Starke
were : Louis Browej! of New York CityIs
day visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. registered at the Starke Hotel B I
Grlffls. I and expects to be located here for r
several weeks Mr. Brower is a 6 Lb*. 12 Lbs. 241 j{ Lisa, '
Miss of
Bobby Connelly produce buyer and comes to Florida
Cove Springs has been a, each: spring to-" buy cucumbers. FLOUR 1 SNOWDRIFT'J ; a''
guest of Misses. Ruth and -
Sternberg. Mrs. H. B. McLendon is expectedto Plain or Self Ruing C c GDelMont. '
be removed to hr home here the ; '
Mr. and Mrs J. H Hoffman latter part of this week from St.

Apalachicola. are visiting their : Vincent's Hospital, JackslnvtHe,
n law and daughter Mr. and where she has been a patient for "
Leon A. Gray.CENT tbe past three weeks, convalescingfrom Buffet Canned GRAPE JUICE Pint 15c CLABBER OIRL Can
an apendlx operation. FRUITS Can 7c" Baking Powder lOc ,

A WORD Mr. and Mrs. J- J. Rlgdon will Mother's OATS 25c/l/ VINEGAR ,Gallon 25c Good BROOMS 2Sc
: have as their guests for the week.
: end at' their home near Starke, DEL j1IONTE Tall Can t-vn. B For '
COLUMN : Mr. and Mrs Arthur Rlgdon. Mr. R. Ann Cherries 15c O.K. SOAP lOc
and Mrs, :M. Capps and two sons Tip Top :l Ma'rketCOFFEE
SEWING-PlaID. or fancy:
able price. Miss Ethel of Fletcher Jacksonville of Valdosta, and Mrs.Ga. Pauline MAXWELL HOUSE,, 5 For h
Pound: 29c O.K.
:Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lord left this .. -
piper and second sheets on : I week for Flint Mich., thel* former POST 'd For;
at the Telegraph office* Phone !home,.where they will spend several BRAN FLAKES lOc: MEATS Octagon SOAP ((10c

I 'weeks looking after burin tee ..
WEN- WANTED For. !Interests and will also visit relatives POST, ;V' I BEEF LIVER .___..!:._____.:72'Pounds 23e '5 For

Write routes In Putnam-county Rawleigh; .I Michigan there before and returning other points home.to TOAS.:3.: for, 25c tEG O'iAMR ._._ .1..L: ____:" .Pounc 30e Octagon Powder lOc:
Immediately. '

Dept. FA-12 -SB, :Memphis.IHleowl| | Billy Parker spent Monday in C FFfE&. 2 Lb s. 25c CLUB' STEAK' .____ ..:'--..: -_Pound 22c Camay Soap Bar'' 5c:

Macon\ Ga., where he took an examination PORK CHOPS --- .---.. 2__...Pound 20c Med. Ivory Bar'&c''
OUR PIANO T1.1NER-Mr. L. for the Navy. Billy, DEL MONTE ,
Garrison, will be In''Starke with another boy who was takingthe COFFEE' Pound 29c STEW PEEF .._.....___3 Pounds 23c -.I .. I
week starting May 21. and will \ examination for re-enlistment, ., 25cPalmolive I Bar, 5c'Matches
Clad to take of any tuning and were the only two out of eleven ... : NECK BONE...-..........._.1.5 Pounds ,)
3 :
pairing Starke. of All pianos work in guaranteed and & boy passing these examinations. Pkgs.25c, SPARE RIBS___4- _--;.. u-!iZ Pounds 25c Life Buoy 2'For' 13c

us. Phone or leave order In Starke friends will be Interested ,Matches' :6 Boxes 2Sc'> .BREAKFAST IIACON* ..__..,_Pound 22c 'OLD DUTCH 8c' c
of this newspaper office. to know that Miss Evelyn Stump, -
Piano Company, ;: daughter of Mr. and Mrs Fred,,F. 1 1r,
is student at Florida t suave
Stump, who a FRUIT JARS
PIANOS FOR SALE-I State College for Women. Tallahassee ;:COFFEE Can 17c ,TOILET PAPER l1c
stored !t#
near Starke one the students
:: '' was among ; QUARTS .....Doz, y
style upright Piano and one t RUB Doz 75c
honored at a reception Saturday 'Lye'Ho fly. Can 5c sac ERR 5 Lb
plow style upright. Both,In evening! given by Senator W.. C. LIDSDi, ._.Pj>x. 5c a. Soap Chip 35c
"ogany case satin finish Hodges at his Goodwood Estate, e ';'' ''p. "nfJI'' rub''
style with .'*>
bench to match. : for county and senatorial scholar :

used instruments but cannot, have be told been from ship girls.Margaret. BULKS Feeds BEST WHITE

TO be sold for small balance Lowry. daughter of '

now.on easy For terms. Re-cal agent : Dr.and Mrs.: George H.Lowry,and Y '*; ,U P. I.sCRATCH FEED 1.Pounds $1.90 BACON
Jean Davis, daughter of Mr. and nr
Resale Agent, care of Mrs. Cilery M. Davis piano pupils Gallon Pound'
County TelegrcrTu. of Miss Mary V. Mathls.member CORN 100 Pound 1.65 i
8TP..A.1'ED-Je' of the piano faculty of the. Jacksonville r.
cow aDd- ;
cow light ere eT- color dark lI : ; College of Music, were ,4J) c t NlO c
unmarked, bar. slipped; among those presented by Miss '" SWEET FEEEf W lOO: P oun $1c6 -
Maths nf a recital Saturday' after .9'
Calf ;
colored. reI' larked :

straight fork underbit splits fc.:*_. .t right ear.ear; \ : noon played at*"MlnUetto"tho-'ebOege.' '(Beethoven Margaret) Quart Bottles ,,15c'P.:.O A TS ,,100 Pounds 1.95 LARD u3 Lb>. 23c'F ,

wy "A rkin" (Bach) waa rendered by,
reward for return of cow al '
Calf to R R. :: Jean.
Morgan. Lawtey.
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., Dyal. They are on their way to

their home in Detroit, Mich.
h' '
,t. ," aM AMAZE A MINUTE Mrs H. J. Cribbs is visiting her Science says Today

son, Luther Crlbba, in South Florida -


1.'.." : FARMERS SECTION Miss business Ada Nimmo in Starke was this transacting week. use a LIQUID LaxativeIf

tor Demonstration Agents e Mrs. D. W Moore and son, How-

: Conducted by SMALLeST IN ard, of Theressa, and Cecil Moore you want to GET RID. of Constipation words.

f 'L THE WORLD- and family of Gainesville attended

THE SMALLEST CIRCULAR preaching at the Baptist Church -- -
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't .L 1 tv- SAW I w V INCH IN DIAMETER "' last Sunday.

J AND THIHMR.TMA.H PAPER.! evidence of the it. avoid
I Any hospital offers you danger of
Hints To Housewives I REVOLVING' 4,000 TIMES There were 23,723,399 motor vehicles that You bowel strut
RURAL harm done by harsh laxatives can keep the bowels
United Statesat
in the
weaken the bowel and comfortable
drain system, ;
SLIT GOLD xeaS close of 1933. you can mall
f COMMONSENSE I DIMS.r, a the muscles, and In some cases even constipated spells as rare a,
'r Weekly trtao hems Deraonstarav- affect the liver and kidneys.A .
j5 By SPUDS JOHNSON tlon Specialists, Tallaha**** Cotton sold for forty-three cents
e a pounds at Memphis and Galves- doctor will tell you that the I The liquid
ton In 1019.AO1ICH. unwise choice of laxatives is a com test;
USING FARMS FIRST! REMOVING LIME DEPOSITS! mon cause of chronic constipation.

FOR LIVING-AT-IIOME ,- OF MUSTEK'S 'aLE the public is fast This test has
REMAINS GOOD PLAN Hard water Is the cause of th NOTICE! IS HEREBY GIVEN, that returning to the use of laxativesin and women that their troubft
lime deposits which form on th that certain final decree of loreclniiure liquid form. bowels but stamp
"When the devil sick the
H was Inside of tea kettles., These do n 0 and order nt sale dated Jan liquid laxative cathartics: ,
A -
properly prepared :
devil a monk would be; ,when the uary 27 1911. made and entered by First. Select
particular harm except to slow uj p C the Honorable A. Z. Adkln, In that brings a perfect movement: a good liquid I

?, devil got well, a devil of a monk I the ral. at which.the water heats. ty-sixth certain cause Judicial Txindlnir Circuit In In the Bradford Twen There is BO discomfort at the time tive. 2. Take the dose you fiLj 11

f was be," ran an old time rhyme If the kettle is aluminum oc IronIt County.: EIorlilH: :, In Chancery, wherein and no weakness after. You don't" suited to your system. 3. GradudK}
B. a. DAXTI2K, BH Truitee of take "a double doee" reduce the dose until bowels
Folks) too are a bit that If hIVe to a dayor lit,
ti y way. may be heated cautiously whet the Estate of Kate C. Dutton was moving regularly without
later. ,
f' hard pressed, they aw to 'and IH complainant' and A. A. DITHI twa of stimulation. any nw
prone it Is empty. As the metal of th< + KN and wife, QUSSIB DURDEN.I laxative
quit the bad and try the good. T AL. were and are defendant, In buying any always Syrup pepsin has the higben
tea kettle expands. the lime ,de< FLOWERS wherein I, KI-OYD OREEN. was appointed read the label. Not the claims, but standing
Should the plan work, and among liquid laxaUvs
put will crack. hoi t Special Mauler In Chancery the contents. If it contains one
poult Strikingthe
aad is the
AND FRUIT- paid decree that I havelevied one generally
execute ;
t0 \uwd.
them on their feet, the old habits doubtful don't take it. I II|
upon all the following described contains
vessel a wooden stick will senna, a natural laxatm
rather often are taken up again. lots, tracts, pieces or parcels ,
is rue and Dr. Caldwell' Syrup Pepsin is a which is perfectly safe for >
help to loosen the scale. ONLY of land situate lying being |Ra
Farmers have share of
good TREE In the County of Bradford Stats of pre criptlonal preparation in which the youngest child. Yourf2
the human nature which crops out Treating with acid la' another Florida, and more particularly described there are no mineral drugs. Its ingredients druggist has Dr. CaldiK
1n that kind of behavior In hard method. If the deposit is light, a PRODUCES Ftun n* follows:
I the label. By usina weU's Syrup AND m.owaasAT Lots 17, 18. 19 and 20 in Block 14 are on Pepsin. ____
;dt times they learn lots of things dilute acid, 'such as vinegar, al- according to the Kimey: Survey uf ----
a about ways of saving expense and lowed to stand in the kettle will TNt $AMITIMt' Hampton Florida except a parcel of

getting more for what Is spent. dissolve it. The addition of a little STRONG EGGS land T.described Af.\ Hagen an,follow commencing now ownedby at a Wake Your Liver

:Many of these are forgotten when common salt will hasten the process AN BOO CAM wrrwsiM point 12 feet 6 inched Went of thatcertain Up Bile
nrltk store house now own-
conditions pick up. Little bubbles Indicate that / OVER lit> TOMS OP EVftMLY ed by Ida D. Maxwell on Navarre. "

Take living at home for In- the deposit la dissolving in the yfIU" psYR. wrTDOUTeRIAasre. Avenue thence run Went along said.
the O. H. & F.
avenue to Ky right-
stance. New deal or old deal, the acid of-way thence North 34 feet 6InchuH -With u [ CalomelAnd
thence East to IS feet
of food and feed a point
practice raising I
I If the deposit is heavy It may be fl inches due Went of said brick storehouse
for home use Is the best help that' treated with a stronger acid such TI thence South 84 feet 6 Inchesto -
martin point In Lot 20 Block 14 You'll Jump Out of Bed If this bile I I. Mt flowing freely,
v; Florida farmers had during the del m
as muriate, but this method must ...'
as per map or plat of said O of food do digeit. It Just dean la.tfc
? pression. When this program was be> used with caution, for the acid Hampton, recorded I In Clark's: WIO'., in the Morning Rarin to Go bow.'.. G. bloat up jour "" _. Toi
followed, the farm family was can dissolve the metal tea kettle as GRAHAMMrs. HAMPTON Bradford County Florida. hav. a thick bad tut sad jour bra t
I The land conveyed above Is bounded If feel and sunk and I la foul, skin ftej breaks
Y: I you soar out ID Ua
pretty well on top of the world, .
well as the lime. It I la well to remember an follows: Ishea. Your bead. aches. end
"even though it might not have that dilute acids have less I* C. Smith, Correspondent jfl*. Ada Nlmmo. Cor. On the South by Navarre and T. the world looks punk, don't swal- and out.. Your wholt you feel, ion
I salts system !la pomni.
M finnan Building" on the Went by low a lot of mineral water,
.much spare change. effect on enamel and granite ware T. M. Hagan Tlulldlng and a. 8. &,F. oil, laxative candy or chewinggum It taken those rood old CARTER

Now cash crops are coming back, 'than on metals like aluminum and MJrs. Delmar :P.rcKt'nzlelnd Mr. :Mrs. Walter' C.. Collins who has Ky.tae Bunt on the by North a 15 foot by alley alley and Being on and expect them to make you LITTLE of LIVER bile flowing PILLS freely to .tt ud tamn.poundi "

y more or less, in different sections. Iron. A thirty-three per cent solution Mildred McKenzie of Jacksonvillewere been visiting friends and relativesin the Name. property upon which IH suddenly sweet and buoyant and you feel "up and up" They contain rah.
One area that Is not so large sold of muriate acid diluted with visiting relatives here last situated a large. store hulltllnHr. now full of sunshine. derful, harmless. gentle] *>set>bl>to a..
{ h nearly two million dollars worth of four to nine times as much water, week. Jacksonville returned to her occupied Together. by with the Maid all' of A.the A. tUI'nl..h.I'uicltm. For they can't do it. They only ,.tracts, unulaff whop It eomea to costly
home here week.
94 strawberries alone this season. In will do the trick., Pour about two Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Crews of Lake this'\ inns\ fixture. equipment chow move the bowels and a mere movement the bile flow trait
Miss Annie Laura Tucker IS visIting caKMM etc.. In that certain bulldtntf. doesn't get at the The But don't uk for liver Villa Ail hi
of this solution Into kettle cause.
another the a
income from tomatoes cupfuls
Butler were visiting Mrs. Crews'parentsMr. relatives in Macon Co. situated upon Lot 17, 18, 19 and 20 for down-and-out Carter' Little Liver Pill. Look for 0name |.
run to or over a million. and shake it around. When a In Block 14 according; to Einsey's reason your
_ may up and Mrs. Irving M *r- Carter's I.Ktl. Liver Pills'
C. L. has the is
May pummse Survey of Hampton, Florida. feeling your liver. It should MB.
in such spot of metal showingthat the red label. Resent.
Money sums spreads pretty appears rhee a Vnnuhitllute.
Sunday. 0'
grocery store opposite the poet And that I will, nn. the 4th day pour out two pounds of ligridbile .
the lime has been lee at diet; stores
well over the neighborhood. covering June, 1034 within the legal hours of
d Mrs. Lee Youngblood of Plant office on Main Street from T. M. ..sale In front of the Court House into ycur bowels} dailv. .retnal. : r M. Co. !.21
dissolved to the acid
Chunks of it will stick on farms try keep
City Is spending some time with Hagan and is operating It In con- door In the city of Starke Bradford
't here and there. away from this place. It may be her aon-ln-law and County Florida offer said land for
daughter, Mr. nection with his in the
garage sale, and sell the to the '
!! to repeat this same hlgh-
necessary process
With a few hundred or a few and Mrs. J. A. J.. McKinney same building.Mrs. eat. und best bidder for cash. to eat
thousand dollars left after several times, because the acid becomes Ixfy said. decree feen. and all coats
t urgent The Rev. C. C Butler of New Josephine Sullivan "pent
ra+ debts have been paid, the farmer weaker as the deposit dis River was In our section Friday.Mr. Mother's Day with her sons!! Cleveland As Specie FLOYD 1 Mauler GREEN.In Chancery. For ExpertSmith's RepairingGarage
solves. acids should
easily can be tempted to let up a Strong never and Mrs.. Willard Smith and and A. L. Sullivan of. The- E'I A. C'LAYTONt Ualnesvllle, JTla.,
be used aluminum. Solicitor for Complainant
tv little. The Idea of giving up the on sons, J. W. and Paul, of Windemere ressa. aUlttlelO"'I'M |

F summer I garden, of getting rid of Murltic acid is poisonous and were visiting relatives over the Isome Ogden of Pompano Is visiting
when diluted It will make > OP FIMAI i>i"ciiAitnn
the chickens and of even
pigs, ceasing weekend.Mrs. .
brothers J.
H., B. Y. and Notice IH hereby given to .all whom
to obtain milk from one's own cow, boles in cloth. Before the waste C J. Frazier and sons, W. T. Saxon this week.H. It may. concern that we have. tiled

and so on, is easy to get. Only the acid or that which has been par- Charlie and Bobbie, and Miss Eva B. Wiggins and family have cur report for of accounts discharge and to the made Honorable application

t fellows.' who have good memories tially used Is thrown in the sink; Smith left Sunday for a visit with recently been visiting Mrs. Wig- E K. Perryman, County

"il and plenty of self-control will keepon it should be diluted with several relatives at Windemere., gins' sister at Macclenny. lodge of Bradford County, Florida, Phoil E s 120e
I and after May 85th 1934 will
in what may be the way to times as much water. If strong Mrs. Arthur Broughton and children The Rev! Sam White and family, to make distribution of proceed the .

u really hard work. acid is put in the drain it will corrode left Sunday for an extended who have been for several months 'estate of J. W.. Alvarex, deceaned.N. .

p Fortunate is the farmer who has the pipes.SUNDAY. visIt with her slater Mrs. Robert in St. Petersburg a-e guests of J. M.n. ALVAREZ WAINWRIGHT, Wrecker Servic Day or Night
i the sand to go right ahead In making Burros at St. Augustine. Mrs., White's mother, Mrs., Thomas I.B-44tB-25| | Executors J.. of W.the Alvarez Estate of "

his living off the land, despitethe Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Eastarllng. -

money in his pocket. Lucky DINNERSUGGESTIONS and little daughter, Katie Maud, of

j Indeed I la the community where Ocoee arrived last Saturday for a "

; most of the farmers are of that stay of several weeks with Mrs.
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a' type. Prosperity coming to a region Eauterling's parents, Mr, and Mrs.
wherein the live-at-home program By ANN FAGB J. A. Gravel!!
has been made a year-in and THIS week Is the week for the Mr. and Mjrs. Duffy Abernathy

year-out practice will be prosperitythat .I home canning of pineapple or for of Lacoochee were visiting rela- \ H
la likely to remain. Even if making conserves of pineapple withBav.1 tives over the the week-end.
oranges rhubarb
.an upset should arrive the farmer .
or combination: of these. All d
'who has his own resources well in are cheap and plentiful but this 1. .

sv hind will not need to worry great the year's peak of the pineapple sea
deal ...... '
--TKtof cherries\ are moderately plentiful J Gum Branch : e

11 and low priced. Red raspberries I I .ef.
Elizabeth Harnage Oft i
STOP AT arc In market. Bananas are especially 3''
One and cheap The California
Valencia orange season Is beginning 4 1 \

VIOLA'S.Good aa the Florida season tapers off Bot John
honeydew melons and. cantaloupe Mr. .and Mrs,; Ray and CITRUS
wr .
ar. generally available daughter, and Deloria and Junior
i; yes Lettuce Is scarce and high but Hodges of Olustee were the guests

Sandwiches vegetables suitable for salads, cabbage of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Haraage and
spring spinach, carrot and tomatoes family Sunday.
see plentiful. Green
are p.Ltanel
1' I Mrs. Mollie Walker of Georgia
ICE COLD BEER asparagus ar* particularly good
and ch.ap.Th. la pending some time with hernelce
Ask For Our Price on Cases) Quaker Maid suggests the following Mrs. J. A. Harnage.

t A.|0SB* menus. Mice Lola Kersey spent the FLORIDA citrus fruit major agricultural crop of the State,

Bill's Service Station Low Cost Dinner week-end with. her aunt, Mrs. H. H. worth fifty million dollars
r Where T.. o.tr.... Gee eel Keene. f annually is a golden storehouse -
Roast Pork Creamed Potatoei'
i' A..I New Cabbage l\ r. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and of health for all humankind, offering tremendous merchandising

- Bread and Butter daughters :Margaret and Marie, '
Sliced Bananas and Orange spent the week-end in Jacksonville possibilities for the acceleration of Florida's growth.In .
I Tea or Coffee Milk with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Williamsand

t\' NERVE Medium Cost Dinner while there attended church. recent years, physicians and scientists have announced many

Chicken Fricassee Boiled Rica Miss Matilda Johns of Olusteewas
Green Bean the guest of Miss Elizabeth unsuspected health attributes of citrus fruit such as

k Strawberry Bread and Sherbet Butter' Haraage. W.Sunday.Mrs. C, Clemons. and children essential vitamins B and C, remedy for acidosis and use i in

Coffee MUk and George Reddish and Bertlce ", ,r treatment of common colds This factual information more
Very,Special, Dinner Norman spent the week-end at

Celery, Radian, Green. Onions Plant City with ..relative. a widely known, would result in increased consumption of Florida
B.'.ed Ham Parsley Potatoes Miss Annie Mae Haraage .la : 'r
l Green P.a.Sllo.d spending some time with Miss De f fruit full utilization of the 22,000,000 tree and 314,500

Tomato Salad lorls Hodges of Olustee. -
Rolls and Butter of groveland'and
Strawberry Shortcake MIllS Edna Lewis spent Saturday acres ,of,, course, a greater reflected prosperity

I Coffee MUkDon't I n.htfIth\ Misses MUdnad and for the State as a whole. -
-- Audrey Norman. .

W. H. Carter J. A. Hamag and .., Florida
oranges are distinguished
by their thinner skin. higher
t Archy Hayes spent part of last _
I Take week at the state fish hatchery at '' juice content
I. Tke All Florida Cos*. sweeter flavor and russet gold color. Florida

f k L Unknown Drugs Welaka.Miss Elisabeth Harnagewas the ton sambe. ""chip vhos Include* pNa.t grapefruit eighty-one per cent of the crops: grown in North

I guest of Miss Vesta McRae Saturday .ll .
Mwspavei* radio and
IIP TO yew' s aw.mod afternoon. JfIf t l:,' ttetlenr awl outdoordvtftblni South America are larger juicier, with firmer meaL

jnw snap at I Doctors Uvoockont Ufe ...w last MIllS week Annie with Mae her aunt Harnage. and uncle spent, ;7: .the state peas mm.partlau. In. The optimistic outlook for Florida citrus' includes 'expenditure
hark a* UM .ekDdr4re, u.'is
sees as foil .
t vest ;,1M. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae of Pine ? non-Motional, of
Wateh s.tt a million dollars
to bsrjr and. take on-pront by
aisles say lead to unknown ..... Level section.A ernaltatkmforsMd steamship line for improved'cold
A to promote the
v Ifejflvons Sejdsjdsvj yaw ova doctor.So large crowd from her enjoyed '. hidvstilal, asrloultnral storage facilities, adoption of codes and marketing
y Mlagt tiaa aed a b.st alt -.4eo you go fata a Mew a flab fry at Crosby Lake Saturday ". tad tourist potential ,improved

tat >t 4tlilobeaen'wigs lor real. Bayer Aspirin. es* tIuIt night. .;. .. tie* out State. During methods by shippers. Manufacture of wines and champagnes
you try Dr. ftUhst *.*>* i ft., I There will be prayer meeting at '- mraMt a

*Msrt IfervtM TaU. iffen ",Haasber that doctor ... the> home Mr., and Mrs.. W. R. ; -' .. 4rh,. win .e marls .* from Florida citrus I is already underway. Canning factories
IB half
d tk
pleasant, snsa '..... Gann .. BQw Al iI r Woodle ITrlday night. Everybody .C;r. :: slue*,support, kualaes.f* .,. are using increased quantities of surplus fruit Opportunity
re 4H.k d.1 BAn relW for welcome to attend. ..... .
fully f .... .. and polltlMl n*
= MDr. stare. thro. *,....irbeos.ti.e ,*> eUvlsfaSL .. did the. aa.UMBMMS for expansion of the citrus industry appear imminent *
K0.fiitw to Il.ri and Mearitia etA Such vegetables as carrots, cabbage > < carefully

ismsa UinUTabM. turnips, cucumbers, toma- .: w aa this appwr -mealytat Florida citrus J is one of th State's of
e iD 1 wM. d.t remember title Detltssd toes, onions and lettuce can be d' h pablleaUoa. great assets, one many

i has lsstlilag efeeLtlteM a.a. ..e1IQw' served raw, saving time and fuel e agricultural and, industrial field of opportunity awaiting development
M ye.r t g stole. Aepitia and giving variety. ) .

!. More population. greater Florida market .

'I ?eE eEA Bayer ads the'water A scientific content process of of fresh removing vegetable cAll ( DA will ill supply this development Unified state advertising,, for

fat* without disturbing the cell = Florida, will bring '
more the growth
or chemical composition la now being people here spar "

,used. \ ,.. ,e, ( 1: of "industry' and.business onen the'door to prosperity.
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J. .i {:Y"' i!, / p,.!>, ':< .. 1' ., ++ : }
; f ,A'' t0 sod ,,,?t I ., ,' .''r > i if f j
"r. \\I' ;"' h" 1\ .'fit _1 ;' \A' \' ", / ,$ 'f-'If..r. ;' ] I .i ,a., ''t ,"I 1) \\1.f


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\ta. et 'yqr. be a candidate to nucceml. mypelf. a* the voters of mv district. to re. ilk IP. ii.i y l'l'sle04
I fLOfLA -HIGHLIGHTS 6rk N k Representative. of Bradford County, h tpe 1 will faithfully dlacharwe ''f l&'l
Y subject to the. action of the l>emu- all lilt'1* coming before me to the f i e
O"miM Itoij.? n.xwn> l-mum fr* ra".nal r 1)ar rrntlo primary In June. I am aratetut beet. t,( my ability. TltanlUnw you:
to you\ for the Generous. euppoityou top the past support, I am, E+ '
have heretofore accorded me, yours' +i.P
: v\\ .and trust that my record a* your IUn"t.'l. eoNyER. 1,, "
flit servant has been such that It will (P_i M Pol. Adv. by L. L. Conner). ? '
1 commend ma tn your support for another ., i1i.( I Iir01t

tbJ Nan ill lamp! ante By feet, and a'lIIto my pith.-sales 114105.: +irje '' ,, STETSaN'UN/YfQS/TY have grained term. of With the knowledge conditions that....1.1"I ('01'NTY c'onnHllrO'lf1iJ1l '

luT and the. remedies. neoeesary. to To the .'...01\1. of the Second County ; t1 ,
religious teaching doctrine or be applied to bring buck normal oondltlone VoitlmlHHloner'e. Dlxtrlctih *jj M I ,},
Itt11lnr"sp(3Irsus-; 1 am better able to serve you < "rt>y announce I am a candl- ,{
/ 1, if they are to have any claim than I otherwise would be. I hAve data t to* County Commissioner. and ; l I, ;,
D the love, loyalty\ and devotion of the people>1< must be In harmony with .served you faithfully, trying to lessen wl..ito thank you In advance (or ?} i, g.
teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and crevice* .v i it the tax burden and to facilitate 1'1',1'', vot* and ennpoit.served ( ,
and of whom it a return of prosperity N'IViAK ahout two years. on /
heart said in John
wa 7:46. "NEVER MAN
the human TillS Should you strain honor m* with th5Cltf Council, city of Starke, dur. '
AKE LIKE MAN, me a* the In! depression, t Invite you ttInvfvtl > .'" ,
1 Representative:: : I ;.'h.llfoo ,: ,.. to % \\a.my record. I believe you t ':, I
psitors of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to use this de- serve you/ faithfully, and to the best. will I| find .have had a part,, In ellmUntr I

for news of church activities, organizations and announce of my ability sot Jt C C. Bl'TLKR. o( other, thereby. effecting. a ( ,I
tIo Space freely given and no charge made-the only requirement (Pald Pol. Adv. by C. C. Butler.) Ira\tt\\: raving. to th. taxpayer, If I am J r ,y
that such Items reach thin office before Wednesday morning i + .laote4 a. Commissioner I nhall. t g:I '
g they cannot be bandied for current Issue 4 1 wortt to the name end In Bradford al !
rid* 1
FOIL HTATI9 ATTOHNKYTwentySixth colnlr.
Judicial Circuit Very respectfully.M. sW
t4 t hereby announce myself aa a '. (MITCH EDWARDS. j
1x.MkA. .. ?
|\RKE CHURCH DIRECTORY parable of the Great Supper (Luke ; x I IC candidate for re-nomlnatlon. a* state (V 111 1"1)1. Adv. by W M. Edward) { ; ,, "
Attorney' for the Twenty-Sixth Judicial
14:1524and: the Royal Marriage : -
I Circuit, compnned of the coun-
First Baptist Church Feast (Matt. 22:1-14). .., Bradford and Union. kOR t'O"NTY COMMISCIONIDR 11 i ,I'
bj'tItlkt.: UHTHICT N*. 5 hI
.. ( Election
Primary nr
; N
Rev. C. B. Price, Pastor The "wise virgins" represents June 5th. U3f. and will appreciate I her eb y announce myself a can A 1 R.,t q

bunday School. 10:00: a.m.; A. :J. sincere earnest Christians who are M'If.i .r It6l I' your support and assistance, and as- nUWa for County Commissioner. for ate II
DIM Hot No. S, comprlslne llrooker
.Y 1 i. curs you/ I hut. If I am renomlnated :> '
omas. Superintendent. spiritually prepared for any emer- ''to give. the .same thorough, efficientand and| Neal Itlver I subject to the will 7 + ''r 4,
jlornlng Worship 11:00: a.m. gency. But the parable has to do economlrnl. sttentlim to said office of thn Voters on June 5th. y r ,
that I have In the pnotA. if elected. I promise to render yon i7' ,
i. T P. U.. *:*5 P.m. chiefly with the foolish virgins. yh 8. CKKWH. a trKr *n
tVening Worship, 8:00: o'elock. Opinions differ as to whether they ..eesn .,,,,a 'att la' 7i' ;ai ''Ya i6' ''N.'y 1 J\C; ] yS.a F 1 Paid Political, Adv. liy A. 8. Crew) and I havtnir,' served cm this board b.. ,t..I 1i ,
ey,1alMlya7A1 fa"". t feel fully "RlIfl"d to serve. p ,
a't1 :) ii./y"'i ; t
.ilw 'Anva
Idweek prayer service Wednes- real or merely professing Chris- 'Y' : I MsF YOIJ' Toll vote I! b appreciated. .
Poll SCHOOL. IlOt II n itlr "o 1
., 8:00: pmChurch iane. Their lamps burned for a : take thin method of atinounclnir (Pttla. Pol. Adv. by R. T, Osteen). !, it d !
time and they seemed to have a "' candidacy I for member of School -
Hoard from School District, No it, bN y'
Of Christ
real regard for the bridegroom.But comprising Pronker. Clrahum, Ramps Fftrt_ roi"srv CONMIielONFIt' : y''
(First Christian) In any case they did not have Te4ESALfsl River subjectto nMWlr'r 4, ;,
wIllN.r the liemoerailo \ title* thl. method of announcing"; W i
I K. Earl Voiles Pastor. enough religion to suffice when the voters. In the coming primary 1 m> pioxllilai'jr. for Crtunty Uomtnli"l'i(1 -
Cervices for Sunday crisis came They probably repre- In June, 11)34) If nominatedand '" trout" District 4, compilniii. ,* '
ll'.<>\ptoli.Theresiia mill. Graham i 1
elected I promise to work for -
hue School'10.00: a.m. sent shallow Christians. The re- '' I s I the bent. Interest of all the Hchonl submit: to: the will I of the voter !Intn : + lt

Worship and Communion 11:00: ligion of such people Is a surface "aI. of Bradford County and I earnestly <\ Democratlo: : Pilmury;I of June ft.U Ii }, 'f
.IRcted I promise to lo best '
/ solicit your vole and mippolt.HeHpnottully my ,
affair and does not penetrate to y
i to alit Impartial. tleol-' ?
:\enlng Worship 7:80.: the depths of their being. Such I' : aTAFpotut i.. 1"BfiNM. |<>'I/ :'I.rrtrl1lt';. serve the best Inter- e
., : .tit of Branford County at all tlm. ...
Paid Pol. Adv. by Stafford U Crew.
|\Velcome. religion may seem to be sufficient tir p Va'u ip vote and support wilt bo ; ;1; 1'aphrscifted
when all Is going well, but'it will I. I von SCHOOL no,til i iI > \ .

Methoaist Church not suffice when we are called C hereby announce mv candidacy (r.. 11"01.. Ailv.If. V. BAXON.' 1 I" '
,, for School Board member from DlMtrlct \ by It. V. Saxon: )
Rev. B. M. Montgomery Pastor upon to meet our Lord. .. J G No. 8, comprising South 8tarke 1'y---'O""IONII1R:
School 10 ". and '9'heresaa. subject to the will of Fa""HJ "
unday a.m. AM I
Watching for the Brlclegroom-j- ; the Democratic voters. In the June IIIHlllIlT >.>. 4.
I i iCnuhtl
omlng worship at 11:00: a.m. did not consist of looking; contin- I ; primary. If elected I will strive In 1-/\: tae llemocratlu Uloctnm of the

'oung People's Meeting:SOpvenlng ually down the road to see if the :.,,1.: OF TG GAME the fairly future with mutter a* In the pertalnltifr. past to to deal tho of Mrii,<>C'oniinliiiilnnnis ror
|M bridegroom was coming. The wise schools of Bradford County My past t hereby nnouiu i> my candidacy

Worship.-7:30: P. M. maidens went to sleep when it was .. f' 'F/SHGS" ( 4 4'A yo should experience I be of aa value a to board the. taxpayers.member (tot'nMmtellniere'
to to the .01.\\ CI l.o KlivHiln. from Commissioners. l>i 1..- '
the natural time go sleep, / It fJ and on this record a* an offUlul I
.. trIne /Number Four .end respectfully
Presbyterian Church same as the foolish virgins did and earnestly. solicit your vote and sup
/ 0eJ solicit| :> the Hunpnrt of all trim Pentoan t
Rev. George H. Lowry Minister. they are not criticised for so doing. Respectfully, ">-,. of mill District at the 1'c,'I- ;z'mafles
..r'y 0 ha"leI I b. nUotiid. ,
vices next Sunday as follows: to f' W r, MANNING:. $ I ple.lnal
However they were prepared
1.\1/11 l : l ii'id fHllhful support| to the
tVBuilt (Paid Pol. Ally by W C. Manning.)
ho:00 A. M.-Sunday School T, meet the bridegroom whenever, he __ ).1 beet, Interest of said' riiunty; +
I Williams, superlntendant should and this is exactly I --- volt co i''N TV ('OM>II*! IO T.U A. I., SUM.IVAV.
come I take tills method of annouiiclnii ((1'\01'1\ FI>I. Adv. by A. L. Sullivan).
1:00: A. M.=: Morning Worship; what is required of us. "They that in DeLand John B. "':;
pi 1884 by H. A. founder as Stetson University in honor of my candidacy' for re-election/ for the 'Ir41t ; i

mon by the pastor. were ready went in with him to of the city by that name DELAND HALLwas its most generous patron. office District of No.County I. Commissioner. for I ""r..t'l.IV 1'0l'NTY announce t'O11MIsSIONNLt myself aenbdA.te
P. M. Evening Worship the Their watching for 4otin1y. Commissioner) S'r
; marriage. The SAILFISII is credited with I .solicit your vote. and support,
'. P M: Christian Endeavor. consisted in being ready. "Watch originally used as a high school. ,It and promise. If ..elected to dlxliaiito. fro r 9f 60 miles per hour and has been knowno the duties of thla office to the beat If lty i punt mrvlou. HI CnmmliiMlonepli
|ig and sermon. therefore" and "Be ye also ready"are was the first of the noble buildings which of my ability. <-" i he'll: eatiafactoty:; :: tint; I ask
: leap 40 feet of water loose
cordial invitation to all our practically as used across on a J M 1tOSilcn. you fur your Nuppmt m Hut June a
synonymous now stand on the John B. Stetson Uni- line. Along with the tarpon it is the (Paid Pol. Adv by; J. M, Roster) l'riliery/ IQIottlon. If Sleeted l I prom-
ices extended to all. by Jesus. Ise. G," i render, you ... fah', ImpurtlatndnMnlMlratlrm
who is constantly versity campus. In 1887 a charter was most highly prized catch among big game VOlt 'lIoor. iiotnii Iliivlnv' served. !h.._
Any person obtained from the state incorporating De- anglers along the Florida coast It reachesa I wish to announce mv candidacy ton on the board'., I feel fully iiuikll-
NDAY SCHOOLLESSON ready for Christ's second coming for member, of Mchonl: lloaid, ft" DID fluto/ nerve Von '

will be spiritually prepared for any Land University later to become knownetter. length of more than eight feet. North Mchnol Rtaike District. and No Lnwtev I 1. ,comprising subject, to Y"u" vote will J, he!UAiTi.u'vriov approrlatxit IINDSIlliiL1":

other crisis; and the great crisis the will of the voter In the Democratic .
exercised as to the character of County If elected your nepresentlatlve -
tH'.tI 01" << roil
which will come to every person 1 will "ulpo.t| the ecUuolH of ) prlmnry <.if June. 5. If nominated 'rUIOHK:

FOR MAY 20, 1931 except those who are alive at the those to be assisted. Many have Florida and tlrndford 'ounty. to the Itt the and past.elettwd, to uo, I what will I ttniitlnue I think\: as ishest y t)1'I\la In IIIBFIKHY (GIVEN That.
I limit of my altllltv/ and endeavor toHoe H J'
.1 mien, holder of Tax CertlflNn -
end, is death. J not the necessary "gltupandgit"to that all schools are liven a for ailih.U.. school ct fully I In, the county catS" III. 7th day of July A. I>. ;

Subject: The Future of the ,The great practical lesson which profit by such help and to fulfill square deal.I xp J. t!. "H ICV AT'l'. II'HC.' hud. filed Bald oortlfluate In my"
am against the law and "t't"9 pod miiile application for tax
ngdom. no-fence (I'nlil Pol Adv hy .I. C. Prevntt. )
the New Testament teaches in con- the obligations attached to It. will dated .
do my bent to nee that thin laws Foil COUNTY ('OmilSMIOMHHIMnlrlot : : In lu thereon In accordano ;
Golden Text: "The Kingdoms of nection with Christ's second coming To many others, again it would be not made tate-wlde. I will also lend II with taw' ,. tlald. oertlflrate, emurttce.,
best effoiti. toward the. hard the roliowln. described. "It.uatt .
my sur i property
|i9 world have become the king- I hereby announce myself a candidate -
Is the need of being. spiritually their making as men of characterand facing? of the Starke-Ilalford road for re-election a* County Commissioner | |llradfoid, County, Florida,
11I9 of our Lord, and of His prepared therefor. Starke Florida. enterprise would always enjoy The future. of Bradford County I.I from DI.lrot..No. I, flouthHtarke to''ltI The Southwest Quarter nK M'Mmithsaet
and He shall forever May 14, 1934. my future and th. people can ret > Quarter of Southwest
first: reign the good-will of those they had assured. that I will have DradfnrdCounty Bradford County If reelected N....\ ..otl"1'w."tY.fl..a.. Town tr1
I will rontlnue
to Rive the I
d ever." Revelation 11:15.: Editor Telegraph, dealings with. at heart at all time, and If district and county the best. serviceof eiily Five( Mouth Range Twanty-two ,

esson Text: Matt. 25113.: Dear Sir: Ladn Is readily acquired here elected your RepreHenlallve. 1 will which I am ....IIItb.... Your vote sat,. oontalnlna ten acre- more or :,E1.
for better
work school, lower tax- Ie'q.'ChB'
Ime-Tuesday afternoon of This Is to be a bumper crop year the soil can be tamed with little ee. and an economical operation of I and support MALLORY will be l appPeebiled THOMAS! .. Aiaesament. of said property

rlst.s last week. BOB JONES for Bradford County. .Although a trouble vegetable and meat foods our State and County Government.I (Paid Pol. Auv. by Mallory Tlioma) under.'. the said "..rIIUoat.I Issued was.
respectively solicit In the. name of Mary Wynn -
(Place-Chrlot uttered this dis- few of our farmers were enticed are easily produced small holdingsare of every man, woman alda :child of _. UfilndH\ said. certificate shall b* redDM .' 6
Bradford County and Vote and fUH COI'IVTV' ('OHHISslONHII. ,,, auunrdlnw to tax deed. I
urse on the Mount of Olives Just by AAA agents into curtailingtheir Is your r ) law
sufficient and the support on June 6 will be highly appreciated. 1>I'''1'III U'I' N" :a. will labs'' thereon on the luth day
tit of Jerusalem. OMMENTSON corn and hog production the so mild as to make clothing and After. careful I coimlderatlnn, I of A. U 11134.
in the others showed their good sense by I CHARf.HY E. JOHNS hereby announce fur County Commissioner l7i\teii thin >3id day of April A. D.
J Then, the first word ((1 housing Inexpensive Why not Paid Pol. Adv. by Charley K. John.) for District No. t. VeeLIlka 1164. "
son, refers to tho second coming ; planting bigger and better crops; take advantage of these blessings with the short experience. I A. J. TfrdMAH. '
HERE apse and never since 1917 when the FOR HHPIirNK'WTATIVHTo! have hail would be able to sttrv Clark of Circuit l Christ and to each Inde-
( person and become self-supporting To the Voter of Bradford County you the future than' In Bradford County Florida. r 1//
[bably, means the date of his HEREAFTER."The government exhorted them to do pendent farmers instead of pillar- This 1 I. to advise you that I hull the p :tlIt"meet the approval of .-UGtI5-U_I t

tlH The "lamps" were hollow their level best has there been to-post job hunters ? - -

|ps to be filled with oil and have such a splendid showing of food H. C. LAGERCREN. A'i -
rounded receptable for the Jesus philosophy will not crops aa at present and droves of i

Ick. The foolish virgins failed to work in the modern world" is whata pigs are seen everywhere. This Is Political Announcements
Vy lampa. "There was nothing man said to me sometime ago. as It should be. If we are poor we I

jlncere about them; they were "How do you know ?" I asked. will surely not improve our condition I hereby FOil announce C'O"GIII'II", that': 1 am. a ffi&/0/J II

|Iy foolish and shallow. They had "Have you ever tried it?" He by throwing away what meansof candidate for the office of memberof

me! oil, but not enough." (Dum- looked impressed and said "I don't support we may have.It the House of Kt| jHentatlve.
I from the Second COnitresHlnnal Dl.-
tows. believe I have." Is doubtful if there is any trlct r>f Florida, subject to the. Democratic .- w tt
earth-all things consid / primal el. ..ctln. In Juno MON Y MAILBO 1
They tried to make preparation, spot on I have a reroril. of publlo service. In
"en It was too late. To the per- Jesus said that If someone ered-where a man of limited Baker and Mndlenn (', untl"**. and the

tIo who la spiritually prepared smites you oc ose'cheek to turn means can make his living by Third Judicial. Circuit of Florida
conalstlnu. of seven oountUe, the
e second coming of Christ will the other one Personally I have farming as easily as in Bradford lamest In the state you are Invitedto

i aa occasion of Joy and not ofjar never tried that but I believe it County, Anyone who cares can service Investigate but my not manner onlr). of my living.record of

"and the door was shut."- would "work. In the first place I convince himself on this point by farth hereby promise you the same

arly implies that when ,Christroes do not believe that if we turned traveling around, seeing bow many service rendered mv people
If within
and will continue to live.
the other cheek we would often farmers support large families and
probation ends. Many other my power so a,* to reflect. honor and
!wages In the New Testament find the man mean enough to getting along well on holdings of dignity to this high office Should
the voter of this district. / sae. fit to
eh likewise. Attempts to prere I strike the second blow. If a man from ten to twenty acres. +At the bestow upon me ,this honor, they

ourselves after He comes wlU smites us on one cheek and we do same time it,, Is a wonder why so may rest assured' that I will consldur. Show an actual profit on nextyear's .
It a sacred trust and that my every
In vain. The lesson clearly not turn the other, but smite him many bred on farms familiar with effort will b* for the best Interest

hex that one person cannot be back we may get killed. There the work and Inured to frugality of the people I represent.. reading! Your home newspaper -

Ived by the religion or service off are many men sleeping in the cem- Instead of taking advantage of the Tour will support be B.pr"'la"and vote I I. solicitedand
and the of this choice list of ?
other individual; that the only etaries of the world who would ease with which a little farm may JAM. R. (JIM) KF.T.LT. pick magazine

emptive sacrifice was that have lived if they had turned the be acquired prefer to pick up a Paid Pol. Adv. by Jas. n. Kelly. All for the amazing low price given below. '
would not hurt us odd /
de It
i by Christ. other cheek. precarious living by taking up WAI I.AC H HTI7MGISKOK

[Our lesson text la as follows: to try what Jesus said. I'm sureit jobs, while they are clamoring for I respectfully CONUKK.8S announce that I ama L'f

hen shall the kingdom of heaven would work. We have tried all government assistance. candidate. for Congress. Second y ,
Ulvtrlrt of Florida. subject to the
I likened whichk kinds and theories of government.The
unto ten virgins The ancestors of this generationwere Democratic primary In June, 1834 Ii Iicf
their lamps and went forth world Is In a turmoil' Every generally desirous of the Independence Whatever appear to make more I
Is unsettled and uncertain. certain. the equality of men In theirstruggle
meet the And five thing
bridegroom. which the ownership oft for "peace prosperity and
[ them were wise and five were Why don't we try out the theoriesof farm secures. They were >poor, happlne. **" has had'.and wllL continue r
dish "Put God first." ''If' to receivemy,active support
but acquired land somehow. Their no matter by what name or under % o/ftieie l
They that were foolish took their thine enemy hunger feed him. "Ifa neighbors helped them with log what banner. It I I. advanced amou&t a u trh&' ;
cloak give him I In the New' Deal. an opportunity
Pa and took no oil with them; man ask for your see

t the wise took oil In their yes your coat also." "If a man smites for rolling log houses rail splitting, and house cutting raisings.poles the American to promote standard my conviction of I comfort: that GROUP-I SELECT ONEMAGAZINE YOU GET e 1 t SEIICT THREEMAGAZINE N

's' with their lamps. While the you on one cheek i turn the other "dead- of llvlnn C:>V AN1 MUST: be. raisedto *
The trees In the fields were a point where the essential* of I MAGAZINE FROM
Ide groom tarried they all slum- one." I ened" and the stumps removed little life-food,. shelter, medical treat O Better Homes fir Girtfeni,!Yr. E,
red and slept. And at midnightere little. The women were as ment. education and time and mean GROUP I ID f oflr 'ii I.e F'""tr__.Z Yr*. I II '
by for recreation. after labor. -ar* available Delineator
knew He was the author 1 1 Yr.;
was a cry made. Behold, the Jesus life. to eager as the men to get a foothold to every cltlsen under the 3 MAGAZINES FROM I 0 Till Country Home _...2 Y....
idegroom out tot of life. He came not only and .
Star Stripes
cometh; go yet a Movie
Joneses"was Yr. ,
the Hollywood
with Mig1
'" but to give them and "keeping up I'pon these. principles I earnestlyask GROUP 2 o 5wfi'm Agrlcul urltr.l Yr.
him. Then aU those virgins give men life <
When it Influence.
me, and trimmed their lamps abundant life. He knew men. It never thought striving for ysuWALLACG 8TUnOI8! : OMcCstr Magazine. _I Yr. 0Apper's. Farmer ,. -1 Yr. I Iit

d the foolish said unto the wise Is a pity the world will not heed was hard found to get that along a man his was neighbors Paid Pot Adv randldat by Wallace for Conyre Bturls.. D Movie Classic _.....J 1 Yr. OG.n"etr, +. Magazine 1 Yr. "

ve us of your oil; for our lamps what Jesus says 'about' how men would always help him. Why not FOR I.ICOta4ATCRM' :" aP'thfindtr .. .
e ,
gone out. But the 'wise ane'ed ought to live. ALL FIVE ONLY
"go back to first principles". if I wish hereby to make official announcement D Horn* Circle 1 Yr
saying Not so; lest there Is other ? of my entrance Into th* a fktOfUl. Review. _1 Yr.
there no way
dropped into cao for State Itprentatlv from HowtfioU Meg.ilneI Yr.
not for and : But One time the writer
enough us
you colored men who shuffle Bradford County, subject to the will Dopes Road (Boyi) ZYrt.OScreen }
ye rather to them that sell, andy an office and asked a man a very The many of the Democratic voter of this -- OIhwnatedMICIIJAcs.1Yr.| l ( j

for yourselves And while they civil question. The man was arupt about loafing and dependingon county I born and raked In Florida Book -. ... ...T 1 Yr. I 0 Mo...*,... Home Life._1 Yr. s
of their women was
cat to buy the bridegroom came; and irritated. The writer decidedhe the Industry and have spent thlrty-lht' years In D Scree* thy 1 Yr. HeeJIecnft' 1 Yr. {
d they that were ready went hi would try kindness) and courtesy for poor fare and taking odd job. the .state and two years In theWorld .
could do well If they by War. 1 have never resided or O True D$ at times Confessions 1 Yr.
th most '
him In the gracious _
to and ther he spoke -
the marriage: so worked In another et".te. I have I
was shut. Afterward cameo way he knew bow. The man some means, could have a little energy worked for twenty year In the o RdioUnd __1 Yr. | | D W.w. Work _1 Yr.
The most of Florida and I believe I
Infused Into them. school
the other virgins saying Lord who was uncouth Impolite know the need. of tae school, the t ".,..1". MM (X)
land inherited from Cftcc I flit ex>
'rd open to us. But he answered softened and became moat courteous of them own children and the cltl *n* of Floridaa. Mmgmitn (
d said 1 himself. '"A soft answer turn- freed slaves ancestors; or they well a* any one In the stst.
I unto
verily say you, for beaeflt lean
I am In race
ow you not. Watch therefore eth away wrath but grievous could get land on easy terms. They be to- the ettlien and future citizen IF YOU PREFER YOU MAY CHOOSE ALL 4 MAGAZINES" FROM GROUT I '
I'e know have the advantage over the white of Bradford County and the whole n
nora words anger.
neither the day stirrup
hour wherein the Son of Man working class: for they have more Htate hard toward of Florida.that end Tour will support work Our Guaranty* .To YomfTkit "- ,11* 0,1Irwu .,M.'ftV effN ....AGI f I ,.....

meth." An ultra-violet lamp to treat tuberculosis endurance and fewer neeTla. W* will b* appreciated I "' f.. ref. fill Wl| .-.'." -.hIn".

10 i the application of the para of the bronchial pass. have many good colored should farmers set It..ful1r.LICOf A.. ORAT. lieu wonderful sufocrifcors': offer .to. Nd.bbl.p..v.. ...... I .... ......reed M 1M y i'

the bridegroom represents Je- ages has' been devised by' New whose works and live paid Pol.Adv.. by Loo A. Cray., > wit HM MKttmmt' of sll lisraui1.....s n e..wk* ataille rev''s...l.e.n.Uj*. *.!......J I
breth gMrtsle
to their shiftless
>* himself mldSht It is small enough an example
and his coming York engineers. FOR aEPRIC..1..TATIVSII
symbolizes Christ's secardrung to be introduced Into the bronchial ren. wish to announce that 1 em a ijDscrlpHoM ... yea. k.vopOMtlW a.MO ._.-- ..
If the government ever goes Into candidate for State Rprentatlve MMfMC.) nst .Ivifc MMOfOWwrtfF
in which He will take the j tubes but effective. from Bradford County, subject lethe i
O* a r.r. ..
rid by helping laborers Independence Democratic Primary on June St W XVCtiy .. rl......reL I RdMWtvl. -

** represent surprise.the haavsaly The marrlag.t state,, Japan, has becosp a heavy producer by establishing them oa farms of wa> hors.decat.u an*) raised: :: In In the fablUjHeluwls rt"ountJ'.an4 nih. .. MM/adsd .. (... Ners ...... ...,.. awe n.ra.._ ___ -? ti .... r.1lr .- ..-- y

"''eh/ U similarly pictured m aV of coaL their own discrimination: should beNi > and *.. a Ta.- Payer of -this

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TElXQBAPIt. STARKE. = --- -- ---
;e'' PAGE EIGIIT .. .. .. --- -- ------- -' =------ sand waitln' for' State Railroad Commission was In wronged personal person and Confl8alt
--- '- slttln' on tile in the Interest guilt in that
'-' you this week
REVIEW Sebrlng ; wrong.
BRADFORD'S CWA IN me to come you can explain Matthews has op- Few are,brave
Bradford County Telegraph .-, /Late about my oUfO ,f his candidacy butfew people In'this section hulas, ore Jculiageaus: enough enough for: th,'
In response to a request ? to you and Mid. ., potltlon about all he "I made a mistake" Most /)
He anything : atiyhyrwill.
s, Washington the local Federal I ''I didn't expect to know hft I It Is fac. bullets.
1877Published friends
h Buddy Few
lassi many
Relief Administration el f did. has so WIU
Emergency j but I'm glad I that hfr'win'be: honest (
.. ," -. history find you here, taken for granted apology palm: Be
has outlined a complete 1 I owe, you County
Weekly on Fridays and( Entered as Second Class the late Civil Works Administration L KAY Here Is that settln ten eggs dollars the wife got re-elected. Highlands ; Times.'J
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida program in Bradford County.i fotU .fnm A fMHHI- for last] weeJt," New"o ---- THE: SALES TAX
h, .. This outline will later be added of
i out
,. ... -. I About this time I come FRIENDSHIP -
h. '
I E. L. Matthews____...:._________________Editor and'Owner 'similar in the state reports for from the purpose of obtaining ?Park Times the bath house. all'Til dressed take that and :. Eighteen states have adoPtt
as-true a picture as possible by Russell ready to go. I say: don't mind." "Friendship is a strong and ha- sales tax laws. They are Arta

SUBSCRIPTION RATE of CWA activities in FlorWa.The great mental re ten back now If It you over. I look at bitual Inclination: In two persona to California; Delaware, So fork Kentucky, Illinois,
the you
knows, Indiana
for Bradford County '
kc Yearly, $L50) ; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance as outlined history by the local administration. has been advanc- it closely: before exclaim I: putt"Well,In I'll my be promote the Good and Happiness sisslppl. Missouri New York'N 111

+ Advertising& Rates on Application /Is worthy of notice as It presents of money for pocket and cock-eyed bill of one another. Carolina Oklahoma, Pcnnsv'South

,' .._....-_ an unbiased review of what not. We I horn-swoggled, and this I start tearln' Such at least was friendship In Dakota Utah, Vlrgllll
'alms and the results of CWA activities that somebody is countefelt. the seventeenth century If we are Washington and West VI

M ,1 Tomorrow is the last day to pay poll taxes! I In this county. That pay this money it up. start to stutter and stam to believe the novelists and. historians The Georgia law expired l In lilt
You to those
y of i the ouUlne describingthe effects We tried not fault of that day.And. California estimates that
o ,." and I Its not your individual. It 11
'I say
of the program is e & but occasionally mer same writers, extolling receive ,$15,000,000 from
Bolita any Itt
Add similes: As sure of coming to no good end as John Interesting. Under the heading would Intrude. and besides what I won difference it on does It friendships, do we owe the many and one-halt per cent sales tax b.t i I.
i / "Effects la General," the adminlstration'a makes us happy' how, so famous examples which have en- the last quarter of 1933. m
1 \ Dillinger. report says: all the cloud.' make it works. You dured even unto this day, and to has become tbe first state to
l o '"The CWA was the salvation that no- So you see and money which there seems no counterpartin ish a state tax on property by nil
q r How 'about some political rallies in Bradford County to many small businesses In this particular to pay it back. didn't have a cent yet you my paid a ten our modern civilization with its log upon a sales tax as a subs
not good the
was and
area. From very back. jealousies, rivalries tute of
petty source revenue rail
liven things up? sources It is said that a ," "added val- dollar debt, so did You returned my always present mercenary motives $35,000,000 annually for the owt
D : merchants In wealth," Mr. and the tailor. to actuate every man
of the retail is which seem tlon of state government. Rafter
that perhaps the best thing to do with county were standing with us, will turd the money-and everyone. to gtve-'a-Jong catalogue 'of those property will only be tai
An exchange says backs to the waU prior to Its advents \ loans. will be virtues and god qualities he ex- for counties; cities and school

China is to leave it to the Chinese. It wall a question with (r We trust this pects to find id the person of a trlcta.-Hamlet (N. C.) News]<
o Just how"much longer they Includes our friend but few of us are careful to senger
.. exist without : too. Self I II ourselves..
kidnap continue' to From Other PensCOMMISSIONER cultivate them in 0- -
of two
The best of the week was the recovery \
news envelope-
through bankruptcy Love and esteem, are the first LEARN FROM THE HEX
P victims without the payment of ransom. voluntary or*by court order. : and please principles of friendship: which al I -

O'' "This program and how we I MATTHEWS ways is Impertect..where'elther of Hard times mean nothing to 11
oneis of I : .
catastrophe, and today supply and
wanting. Jealousy hen. She keeps on
these two Is digging wand
Other truck are proving to our farmers that they to that no buslneas here "momentum..". ,
; crops say destroyers
S. Matthews of Starke :gossip are the greatest laying eggs, regardleu
don't have to depend entirely on strawberries. gone into bankruptcy "during. a fair question. Not was Eugene in Plant City a short while !of friendship. Competition in home what the newspapers say a
months period.
u last sbf the > professor, I don't Wednesday calling on friends. Mr. life, houses, furniture, clothes automobiles conditions. If the ground ial

d{ Well it seems that prosperity has at last got up 'nerve frank The discussion report gives of the social, about gold or silver Matthews is chairman of the Flor children, servants, and she scratches harder. If it U<
to Innate or de ida Railroad Commission and l Is a leisure and popularity destroy she digs deeper. But always i
-' to at least stick its head around the corner. fects on relief clients: \ subjectto and lessen regard worms and turns
enough social effects of the but' lince'every- candidate for re-election, friendships digs up them li
+ o rill 1 a ,, "The with respect to relief ; on the subject the primaries next month. He which might, easily develop into hard-shelled profits, aa well i

41 The rain falls on the just and unjust alike, but sometimesit gram assigned was such that It as well try my has been Identified with the commission friendship tender broilers.
for several terms having Friendship Immediately banishes Did you ever ree a pessimist
to discharge
share. of them
than their
looks like the unjust get more many ous debts which had been ] ) onat debt" propo- been appointed to fill a vacancy envy under all Its disguises. A hen T Did you ever know of a 1 h

v o tracted during the period prior ; explain even if you while Cary A. Hardee was Governor man who can once doubt whether starving to death waiting f,
One exchange advises to take advantage of the summer this time. Other, than that, it after I get and has been successively re- he should rejoice at his friends be. worms to ,work themselves up

;v dull to make plans for the busy season to come. cannot say that the program like pullin' rabbits elected since that time. ing happier than himself may de- the surface Did you ever hone
season of Sufficient duration to allow the answer you get Mr. Matthews, having lived all of pend upon It that he is an utter cackle because times w

O client to re-establish himself." /' his life in a strawberry growing stranger to this virtue.-Bindery hard? Not...pa your life The

High schools are turning out their graduates and so faro Social effects on the ; I walked up to section, was from youth acquainted Talk saves her breath for digging i
world affairs has been noted. were next discussed Is $10. with the problems of the growers -0-', her cackle for eggs.
great change in the status of public Buddy, he took a
"In '''the main It consisted of keep It for me. I'm and shippers and WHAT:,IS COURAGE: Learn from the hen.-Wa;)'
o revival of spirits and a much and I'm afraid I'll leading part in the several efforts '- villa (N. C.Mountaineer.o) .
y H. G.'Welis predicts another war by 1040. Wonder if we .optimistic view of conditions as thlng." to secure express car service for History is full of Incidents of -

will have paid 'the last installment on the World War by whole. However, at :the clone ; ten spot and put Florida berry shippers and spent heroic deeds courageous acts, BRIGHT IDEA BACKFIRES)
the program there was a About that time considerable time here some years brave moments. Sampson slew a -
that time for this optimism to decrease, came along and ago! assisting the Plant City grow- lion. Daniel walked in a den of The brightest idea In >cone
0 been decreasing, so that ers with plans for the hearing at these ferocious beasts. Police officers -
i- It has hard about the ten with the purchase of Georgia t
Bootleggers have turned to counterfeiting says the chief the present time one might I owed him. which testimony was taken that to shoot It out with desperadoes was developed by a Florida i D
say that In general the feeling any money of finally brought" this service Firemen rush Into flames to with a model T. He sent his$fit)
of the U. S. Secret Service.: Counterfeiting money or counterfeiting season the commission
Y much the same us at the time remembering my ten Florida. The past make rescues. Georgia and got back his two
liquor labels? the CWA program first opened. over to him, flgurln' was successful In efforts The world calls such acts brav- Knowing that in Florida only: o

4 -i. -- i----__.. _- A- i--r--.i-ir-ir-m-| i n ".... Consideration of the effects up another for to secure lower express and freight ery. They are courageous. But tag is required, he sold one of k
I I t little the program: on public .. rates, which'is appreciated by most folks under similar circumstances Georgia tags to another negro 1
for play.
Roosevelt has certain period ea h day a doubt,
a no
and which
))1 the county was given here,
menu In went down the growers would do as much. $3. Both negroes placed theIr ti
If the President can take time out for a little fun the rest of follows: tailor stopped him .vlll be reflected votes In Mr. Matthews'case counted Yet :there ere few' persons who on the rear of their vehicle i
us should be able too also. "The effect of the gram : about that ten when tbe June primary. have so much strength of courage, proceeded to inquire of a ;
in the r" So again the here after the the route to Pabokee.1
o public Improvement me few so brave, as.to acknowledgetheir motorist
the whole wide : ; Plant City Enterprise.: fault, their mis passing motorist happened to be I
dental was on own personal
used to call 'em false teeth. Now they're -
They Since 1027 the county has afternoon, so the candidatefor take. Perhaps nothing takes so state tag inspector.-Okeechi'
plates.-Gainesville Evening& News. You're still behind the unable to care for Its roads, to to go swlmmin.' Eugene S. Matthews, of the much courage aa going to ,a News;
..__...__ re-election as a member
.L. the amount Of to the beach he finds _
times. Now they're U luun'''. proper .
to I
work, to make extensions i"j'' ,
QEd tho towns and cities
schools, and
Howe says the people of areate.Ilami are the take care of the usual J
g politest he has ever m.et.\ We knew the bell boys were polite Improvement activities of time, would which I DAY T-HEJ. & R.
due court
when they;' are looking for a.big tip. 'attempted. This program At- .,

t 0 I' the county, and towns and NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICE

Zaro Agha called the oldest man in the world, says that therein to carry,, out many FLORIDA

the secret of his long life is "lots of wives," but cautions that are Improvements many more and, those although that! STARKE,

there should be'only one at a time. been done cannot but prove to

o bf value to each community, and ,.
to live that when the the county as a whole .
The Clermont Press says so Under the heading, ."

preacher gets through with your obituary those present will Reaction To Program," the '. LADIES' DRESSSandals

not think they,have attended the wrong funeral.o administration said: : Wash
"As a whole the program
be said to have been freely
Tampa school children must like to eat as well as any of ed and Its popularity .. .

them. They-staged a riot the other day when the FERA discontinued among the working class,- '

the practice of giving free lunches to needy pupils. naturally great. Howev.raa it Solid Leather Sole (
r1 the case with any program Frocks Colors
{r o with Its due amount of I White

p 1 Cuba is fixing to grant divorces in forty days, but a which was confined mainly to
to Ssrle d8
fellow who stays down there among the riots that long is Inability of certain people
the A
work and the criticism by : of One of the "t. $
likely to leave a widow,thinks the Fort Myers ,NewsPress.o eral public In that the wages Reproduction UP

for labor were out of''line Models For Spring Wear ,

,.A West Palm Beach youth bit himself so hard a tooth those whole.paid' This In made the community It difficult aa t

came out and stuck in his leg., Lots of folks get mad at employ labor on private GUARANTEED'PRE. Children's White
themselves but they don't let their emotions get the: best prises. Leather Toeless $ J 4

-. ....:..- "Its praise came in the- AND FAST COLOR Robin Hood Sandals I
UL UI nh business houses and
from the ; sizes 6 to 2
o laboring class. In the first

:An unemployed man inTampa was arrested recently and on' the basis of business indirect. In Are Seven Other Similar Styles Men's Preshrunk
"hot" If they start arrest which was afforded SPORT PANTS !
fined $300 for making a speech. second case on the ability of $1.4\
ing people for.that,''we're going to have an awful lot of.broke' laborer to make money. It In This Group98c Sizes 29 to '44-

politicians. received a certain amount of for ------------
claim from; the fact that so
1'i -owA public projects in which the Men's New Summer
An Arizona: weekly carried the following advertisement: as a whole was In such great PUPPY SKIN NECK 49c|

:"The man who stole my mule and ran off with my wife is wen*' being carried out. TIES-They are really

known. If he doesn't bring'back my mule by: next Friday on- "As' the to Job the, the spirit middle of the aged 'a I worth .more--Price o\

t{ I'm starting to gun for him." ;and particularly the best older of Boy's Summer PLAY '
o were SUITS Whites and 19
men I
Mrs. Jean Piccard isn't going to let her'husband go up workmen.Instance wen younger sadly e Pastel Shades _,.FastMen's

into .the stratosphere again without going ,with him. She many In esprit de corps" colors ___-----

,t- jt r'shouldn't' worry,about letting .him go, up, there by himself. Thus to reviewed the cosuy.effects. .u;_. Blue; Full CutWORK

l ri :There are no evidences of female life in the' stratosphere. a periment' great experiment but one which the PURE SILK LADIES' "LOOMCRAFT"Silk : SHIRTS '- A 49

rn o jority of the economists Real Bargain at this

',4; President Roosevelt:> "Many of our homes are in decade .waa necessary a* a drastic m. L FASHIONED Price _...:...-_:.-,..,----
ent condition cud not fit for human habitation. They needb'repairing ure in a tim been of great those emerae who '
and modernizing to bring them up to the standard There Slips Fast Color
fault with the CWA program PRINTS,,in New Patients US

f #' 'tvf.the'times.-, ,Many new homes now; are needed,,,to- ..replace- -, as is to bot expected of Its magnitude in carrying\, ) Hose ( '36 inches'wide:;
project '
,those not worth: repairing a was no"doubt plenty of fault .. >ard -_...------ :
It: 0 and SHADOW

SSL.:: ", Governor Sholtz evidently' believes I in fighting" f ire with. find.However" 'after reading .:Newest. Shades for Spring Ladies' Rayon BRIEFand
ny above report of CWA Summer PANTIES Just. the 49<
k' fire. ,Machine ,,guns tear gas, fast automobiles standard: this county during the past / garment. for the hot

1!f R short-wave.wireless,: communication and a knowledge of months,. the fair-minded ESAN NEWDAWN weather Price-: ___ .,
'the state's highway system were described by"the. Governor will doubtless find the good ,
criminal. rived fat, outweighing the), White OnIyLadies Pure Silk San.
of .
NN t""! ,as, necessary- ,, to combat."the.Dillinger- type, sary evil CRASHTONE, dal 98
\ !
y o Sizei"34to:44 FASHIONED
r. !MI: ; LONDON63c : : FULL
Each member of. a newly) organized club 1 in Oklahoma A. memorial stone his set"heir"up HOSE.Price. ,: --- ,'iIi :
soldier by
t&;{ f' City.J3 required/to".embracethe/ ;, } Uttle woman 'd l1y'nd tell 100 A. D. was recently found i, l 1 -

i- her he loves her,'and to pay a compliment upon at least one the, English town of Chester, Men's white !
'' s$1.9:
'We afraid abmeot'the are
'_ ;.dish:*t evertnesi.'' are Presidents. Arthur. LINEN
r"1'\1 PAIR "I
\ q"{'{"r. .golne. to'" .find ft pretty" __hArd 00'1'O 'to think up nice things-...*r.r to- ,,,,say- and Wilson were.. the 'sons Sizes 29 -to. "' '" ,. .
of baked prvacam.
;+\> r .sbonif,a U9a1" x' C ,
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