Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 6, 1936
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02531
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"Bookkeeping for
In these days Of good roads and The Commission of Game and
Immediate UM" Is being given in thickly settled land we are apt to Fresh Water Fish Is offering In
JUST TAXES connection with the citizenship IN LEGISLATURE WITH BLOOM
classes at the school house, F. A. forget that wild beasts still lurk this territory a reward of $100 for REPLACES AAA
I In wooded sections of the county, information leading to the arrest
Scott, Instructor, announced this ,
awaiting the opportune time to and conviction of anyone for kill- -------.

ilications For Home' week. ; Will Make Race For I pounce upon their rrey.> This fact I Every Indication Of Ing deer turkeys or quail duringthe Farmers To He Paid ''
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Bookkeeping has a personal utilIty was vividly brought to mind one present closed season, accordIng ,

stead Exemption value as well as vocational < State Senate, day last week when J. M. Brownlee Heavy Production to an announcement Just received For Improving *mi

Must Be Filed value, Mr. Scott says. The ability < He Says grower living west of here If by N. D. Wainwright Jr., Soil *"
to keep records In a systematic and found a small calf a short distance ereLOUISIANA conservation officer :

convenient form should not be from his home, partly eaten by Mr. Wainwright said: "I am glad

, I-IUJ.; MATTERS OF taught solely for the benefit of the SEVERAL OTHER AN. what must have been an exception. CROP DELAYED ; that this reward is being offered DEFINITE. RULES: TO KK W1

JRTANCE IN MARCH few who are ,:needed to replace NOUNCEMENTS! A I) E ally large panther, judging by ) 30 DAYS. REPORTS SAY and, believe that sportsmen here ANN 0 U NCED LATER } '

bookkeepers, but should serve the tracks. I -.:..
will bo glad to learn of it and knowof V i
k ch la important month. It needs of all the people In their per. ChaileyE. Johns who served 1'I Mr. Brownlee left watchers at Many fields In Bradford County I the strenuous campaign being The Department of Agriculture's ', t

,i i\t\ 9 the deadline on several mat. sonal business affairs, he says. ,i this county as Representative In 1 the spot the next night to see If were covered with snow this week I made to protect the game of this plan for raising the farm Income T ,

jIf; >f great interest to the gen- Anyone Interested Is Invited to the 1935 Legislature, this week an the cat would return to finish eating I the snow white of strawberry ami other counties during the and at the same time conserving .'

nbllc in its relation to coun- meet with the class at the school nounced his candidacy for the his prey, but the panther was plants In full bloom. Those who I' breeding season." I the soil became a law when President k 4

1 vernmont; and tax matters. house tonight (Friday) at 7 I too wise or had eaten enough to should< know say that as a resultof I "If anyone hall information relative Roosevelt signed the bill late '

'x- i the last month In which one o'clock.PATY. --' last him some time for' be did not warm weather and recent rains, to Illegal hunting it will be Saturday night, $Just fifty-five -

)iay taxes without penalty. It I return. tho bushes in this section are as greatly appreciated If they will days after the Supreme Court declared '

> last month in which to file -+- full of bloom as they have ever communicate with me. Any Information the old farm program under '

\gaily required assessments TO SPEAKAt been. It will be around March 18, 'I ( received will of course the AAA unconstitutional. ,

; on Intangible and other per- however, before fruit begins ripen : be treated In the strictest confidence The new law, officially known as i,, \
property It la the last NEW FUND 'I ." the Soil Conservation and Domestic I ::1
StarkeSATURDAY ing.The I
h in which to make applica- volume of fruit at Plant City Allotment Act, has three major ,

| for homestead exemption, I Given To Fight Is mounting steadily after being I objectives: conservation' of the soil y ,

i must be done each and ev- cut short for some time because of PERMIT GIVEN through wise and proper land use; ', ,\

fear, if the home owner is tohe heavy rains during the shipping i maintenance of farm Income at ,

benefit of the law In this season there. Twelve cars were fair levels; and protection of consumers ', '

r.g. SCREWJVORMCONGRESS shipped out of there Monday, ali Farmers'TO by assuring adequate sup. I ",
year, it is the last month IS FIRST CAMPAIGNERTO i though growers had expected plies of food and fiber.It .

hlch a property owner, ow- ADDRESS VOTERS 4' around twenty. Prices are reported Is said 1 that some 30,000,000 to ,,
State and county taxes maym HERE MAKES POSSIBLE I to range from ten to twelve KILL ROBINS 3 ,OOOOOO acres will be taken out ? j jof .:)

such property at a greattage CONTINUED WAR cents a pint. corn, wheat, cotton and other"surplus"

under the 1935 delin- Citizens of Bradford Countywill ON PEST: It is rumored that Alabama and crops and put into grasa, t :

tax adjustment law. It is have an opportunity to hear Louisiana berries will be some WAUCIIULA GROWERS legumes and trees .- chosen for .' '

it month in which outsideS i B. F. Pat 1', candidate for governor, L The House has just passed an thirty days late coming In this season SCARE THEM AWAY their ability to restore fertility to j
will be denied the prlvll- Agricultural appropriation which the soil. ,
outline his platform when bespeaks because of the unusually cold WITH KITES
f buying tax certificates prior here carries an item of 1460,000 to continue The exact rules under which far. ,
Saturday, March 7, at winter: --
B35. 10 o'clock a. m. It will be the first J' 4j' screw worm eradication and -- + Strawberry: growers of the Plant mers will participate In the new
cat Importance attaches to control work and an Item of $30- program have not yet been written, '
political speech made here dur- COMMISSIONERSRAISE City section have received a blanket -
| last two expirations of prlv- the 000 for Investigation and research but according to Washington writers ,
ing present campaign. permit allowing them to shoot MMBHS. '
I They mark the passing from concerning this pest. I the law will operate somewhat '
Planks in his platform include. CHARLEY E. JOHNS I PAY robins found destroying fruit in Be8 > ;',
jttive record of practically theft Congressman lAx Green on Feb their pitches, according to In this way; Suppose there are 3
maximum efficiency In I news- '
the emergency tax leglsla- govern. I State Senate from the district ruary 24 conferred with membersof | JAILOR AND JANITOR TO paper reports last week. 60,000,000 acres of wheat In the I4
ment with Independent functioningof j [
Lade for the relief of property the executive, legislative and comprising Bradford and Union the Appropriation Committeeand I 1 BENEFIT BY NEW The permit was received throughthe United States-If the Secretary of ,, '
during the and dark Counties. before the decides that 4
s long appeared Directorof I SCALE state and I Agriculture 45,000.-
game fresh water
judicial branches of the state'
of the depression.er gov- I Two other unofficial announce the Budget in support of the appropriation. fish department with the OOQ of these will produce all tho ;

their operation it will be I ernment, definite appropriation ,ments were Millard L. Johns for He advised the Director I The Board of County Commissioners of J. V. Kelsny, federal cooperation I good necesary in this country, be I

ble, during the month of from proven ijourcea for schools, sheriff, and E. J. Lewis, of Brook. of the Budget that in 1934, held its regular monthly of Daytona Beach. agtat sets up a twenty per cent reduc. '

i only, for the property own- regulation of public utilities by the er, for member of the School Board 56,311 head of stock died In Flor- meeting at the court house Mon It was recently stated that officers tion requirement. '
state, a revlelon'of the
redeem his property wIth complete from District Three ida from screw worm Infestation day with few matters of import.ance had ordered The farmer who cuts his wheat '

|aylng the penalties and In- taxing system, and abolition of the R. .... Dcmorest placed his for. but that during 1935 while screw coming up for discussion.It Plant City section growers to stop in killing the acreage to this extent and does not j

charges, except a flat two-job, man practice.. mal announcement as candidate for worm control program was In effect was decided to allow the robins because the birds. were pro- sow another type of food, ,but 'SE

i of 25( cents per certificate I county. tax assessor. ,, only,6,753 Head died in Flor guard at the jail $40( per month tected by a treaty between the 'plants Instead one of the suitbuildfl, ;

i Is yery amall compared tolual EARLY SETTLER '' Charley Johns' statement an ida. He attribuUsTHbU reduction for each month in which the feed United States and England., ing crops, will be paid, not on pro. to J

costs. DIES flouncing his candidacy follows: In loss to the $91,000 Federal appropriation bill for county prisoners Is $50: or No Instance of farmers here receiving mine, but on performance. In every ,
law also"-madt it ( less, and $30.per month when the there will be soil i '
> 'tmpossp "I am taking this means of announcing and the $50,000 State a similar warning has been county a conservation

to April 1st for an out- W. H. EIGGS BURIED to the people of Bradfordand appropriation spent in Florida during feed blir,ls In excess of'$50. The reported. It Is. believed that they committee elected by I c"

| to buy the tax certificates SATURDAY IN CROSBY Union Counties that I will ben 1935; and also said that the salary of the court house janitor too could obtain a blanket permitIf farmers to determine whether individual t

perty in distress on account CEMETERYW. candidate for State Senator from stock owners had fully cooperated j I IIn was raised to 37.50 per month. i I such action, became necessary. growers have complied with ',

(llnquent taxes and thus se- the 15th Senatorial District, which the matter Green believes that | Ernest McKlnney was allowed In the meanwhile word comes I I regulations In such a manner as to '

tax deed to the property. .H. Biggs one of the most comprises the above two counties, 1936 will see a further reduction I $10 for the care of Colonel Crosby, that growers in tho Wauchula section entitle them to a government '

i restrictions will be removed colorful of the early Bradford In the coming Primary to be held In the loss of stock In Florida from ''I of Sampson City,_ and the pauper I have discovered l a new typeof I check ,:

list, and the normal proce- County settlers, died at his homein June 2nd, 1933. this cause '[ allowance of Crosby was dlscon. scarcecrow that Is effective In | After the first two years, the lawi ', '.

hat has continued from the Lawtey Thursday of last week "As Representative of Bradford I tinned I keeping robins out of strawberry provides that the control system "p'

Ing will be back in force. after a short Illness. County I have worked for the best FAMOUS STORY | Mrs. T T. Clark requested additional patches According to the story, shall be put on a permanent basin '.

-. Eighty-one years old at the time Interests of my people and countyat I assistance for Miss Ma- I two boys near there tied their kite !under state administration. Federal '

RAL SCHOOLS of his death, he was born at Red all times and I will work for AT RITZ tilda Lee, which was laid over for strings to a stump In their berry I I grants will be made ,to staled S ,

Springs, N. C., in 1855: : and was the interests of both counties the II further consideration.E. patch while they worked nearby. I! adopting laws that meet appro- i'I

OPEN LATER married to Martha Eliza Chaff same as I have worked for Brad- POPULAR STARS IN D. Jones, of Sampson City, They noticed that AS long as the I I val of the Department of Agriculture -

in 1878. To this union nine children ford County if my people will be- "PETER IBBETSON" requested additional assistance for kites flew the robins stayed If a state disapproves the
|ION TAKEN BY BOARD were born. stow this honor upon me. SUNDAYAll I A. L. Bradley, an aged colored _away. I, plan, the Federal Government will '

AT REQUEST OF:. Mr. Biggs moved to Mllvleu, Fla. "I was very active In the 1935 man, the allowance was raised to OLD'TAXES I withdraw Its participation.New .

TEACHERSal | in 1878 where he was engaged in "c!'slon of the Legislature. I foughtthe the delicacy, beauty and.I $1 per month.C. I Deal legal experts who .
of Maurler's'Immortal .
the saw mill and lumber business I redistricting bill that put Du- poignancy GeorgeDu H. Murphy, having died, his STILL ON worked on the new law believe that '
schools inn love ,
will open later story lives again In '
order to I I until 1893. He then moved his val County In our Congressional allowance was discontinued, and the Supreme Court left a loopholein 4
| give teachers an Paramount's ptcturlzatton of "Pet-
I family in a covered wagon pulledby District. I fought the "No fence" his widow, Mrs. Emma Murphy, NEW CHAIN STORE its AAA decision and that they
unity to attend summer er Ibbetson, starring Gary Cooper
it oxen, over the Old Bellamy I Law which threatened to destroyour I Ii I was placed on the Pauper Roll, at LAW DOES NOT I have successfully crawled through '
was decided at the Mon- i In the title role. which will be
heeting of the school board. Trail to Sharon( in Clay County.It cattle industry.' I fought for playing at the Rita Theatre Sun- $2 per month.L. AFFECT OTHERS lit In writing the substitute meas ,',. ; I
A. J. was there that the travellerswere the schools and supported the Par R. Starling, of Lawtey, requested ure. The processing tax has been '
| Griffis said yesterday day and Monday. Playing opposite -
definite mistaken for gypsies by resIdents -i I ity Law that put the schools on an the Board to sponsor a I TALLAHASSEE.Attorney discarded, instead payments will i
date had not beent Gary Cooper Is lovely Ann
that who came to the covered : equal basis with other state Insti movement to get the GovernmentalRelief General Cary D. Landis has ad- be made out of general tax funds.
it would probably be Harding, with a supporting cast
Ird wagon to have their fortunes told. I tutions. I fought for and support Agencies to work their I vised Comptroller J. M. Lee thatFlorida.'s The court said that taxes could
week In the month. Including John Halliday, Dickie I
raise This angered Mr. Biggs and he ed the "Workmans Compensation clients only three days each week chain store tax law, not be levied for the specific purpose 4,
> per month was grant. I Moore, and Virginia Weidler | instead of the usual four and I adopted In 1935: did not
the I gave the Sharonlea to understand Law," which the working people days repeal of controlling production. ,
[ janitors in the Starke i I What Is said to be the sweetest | that their month be the other license law on the state's '
for that he was a "southern gentleman. had been trying to pass for the pay per any The court also held that bene- I
M of the the two remaining I' ." past twenty years. I Introducedand love story ever unfolded on the I same aa now allowed. The Board statute books. I fit payments could not be used to 1 ',

{petition term. I He then bought a farm and or- I tried to pass a bill which screen will be offered at the Ritz I decided to take the matter up with A retail dealer In hay, feed and coerce farmers to regulate their '
from consolidated 'ange grove where he lived until the I would have saved Bradford and Theatre on Tuesday cOlumbla'sl WednesI| Hiss Gertrude Heerlng of the grain who reported he owned more crops. Since there are no contracts 't
rbilt. No. 14 (formerly freeze of 1894,afterwards purchasing i Union Counties several thousand day of next week. It Is ''State Board of Social Welfare and than one reall place of business, to be signed and money is to>

|in Rising and Heilbronn) a place eight miles east of i dollars each year by letting the picturizatlon of I. A. R. Wylle's' the local Relief Officials. asked the comptroller If bill business be paid only alter tb.e farmer has ",I ,

was separate into three dia- Lr.:. rtey. He applied for and established -[ State stand the expense of prose. novel "A Feather In Her Hat," N. D. Wainwright Jr., of the came under provisions! of the actually reduced his'acreage, tho a

as riled and ordered pub- a poet office at his farm 'cuting the criminal cases that or- which was long a popular seller. Johns and Wainwright, Insurance law. lawyers believe they' have ur->

Ictlon I pre to requisite to calling which was named Oypaa. Later he 'iginate at the State Prison Farm Complementing the story is an excellent I Agents, requested additional Insurance Attorney General Landls, In reply mounted this objection. ,j

district. abolish the consol- moved his family to Mlddleburg and which are now tried at the expense cast which Includes Paul- on the Court House BuildIng to Lee's request for advise, answered Finally, It Is hoped that the : ''

I!'1'0 and in 1908 he was elected county of the two counties. If elect ine Lord Basil Rathbone, Louis the Board allowed them to : scheme of turning administration ,'

Jhe schools end of were six months ordered as clos-the superintendent of public instruction -. ed I will do everything In my power Hayward, Billie Burke. Wendy place $2,000 additional insurance "A dealer who Is required to obtain ot the nr<>8'ralJover to tile states .;

for picking strawberries Is which office he held until to pass this bill at the next session Barrie and others. on same. a license under the chain store within the next &iwo yeir wilt remove ->" .

Nd attendance cannot be 1917. He returned to Lawtey and of the Legislature'and save Playing at the Rite on Thursdayand Deputy Sheriff's Bond for W, E. tax: law must also obtain a license any possible contention that -

ft required it inboard served as postmaster until 1924 the Tax-payers of Bradford and Friday of next'week is "The Thornton was approved.Miss under the 1929 occupational II- the Federal Government is going

percentages and as assistant postmaster until Union Counties this needless ex Raven" starring Boris Karloff and Gertrude Heerlng, of the cense act, which was in effect and beyond Its power In regulating ag. '

j ordered 1932. later engaging In farming until pense. Bela Lugoal. District Board of Social Welfare, which was not repealed by the rlculture.
and bus payment the time of his death. "I fought for and secured the .- met with the Board and made her chain store tax act." -.___- '
f drivers
ruary. salaries Survivors are his widow and the I hard-surfacing of the State Farm HOUSE SHORTAGE usual report, she stated however Landis previously had ruled the I Council To Help .
following children: Dr. E. L. Biggs, Road which the people had been that her department had no authority same way In the case of a furniture -
Starke; W S. Biggs, Georgetown; trying to get hard-surfaced for ACUTETHREE to change or alter in any dealer with more than one The city council Tuesday night
UNTY GETS D. C. Biggs. Hastings; Mrs. Ab- several years. I helped pans the way the hours or pay of P. W, A., store, and also In the case of a tire pledged cooperation with the WPAin '

FUND bie Harley, Lawtey; Mrs. Ruth bill which Is now a law exemptingall FAMILIES TURNED or W. P. A. clients. and tube dealer with other stores.. efforts to obtain easements on _

Bartnlow Mkldlaburg; Mrs. Dol- World War Veterans from AWAY DURING PAST The Board went on record as -----'.-- -- lands necessary: for a project pro

POL APPROPRIATIONS lie Roberts, West Palm Beach; State, County and City Occupa- WEEK favoring the proposed State Hospital Meets In School House viding for fencing the town of

IES LARGELY FROM Mrs. Llnnie Gllchrlst Brunswick tional Taxes. I supported and vot- for Tukerculosls Patients and Starke. This project now stands ? _
The need of facilities
housing The Starke Townsend Club held
ed for the Fertilizer Bill which Is pledged all possible cooperation In as number one of the list recom-
AUTO TAGS Ga.; and Mrs. Mae Wells, Lawtey.
here showed of
signs becomingacute Its regular meeting Monday nightIn
Two sisters, Mrs. Mag McPhailand now a law and which has helpedthe the matter. mended by the county planning '
Iford this week as one real estate the school auditorium Instead of "
end Is favored town
council residents
County was Red better of ----. by
given $7,- Mrs. J. C. Gibson, of farmer get a grade
&II agency reported turning away the court house since the court and cattle alike. It
| Its share of the $1.183.- Springs, and one brother, G. C. fertilizer. I worked against and Minor AccidentsTwo owners ,
ordered I three families seeking homes or I room is being enlarged and .. not Is believed that when further projects .
to defeat ten bills that were
com- Biggs also survive. helped
apartments In Starke within the minor highway accidents available for meeting .
hools purposes.The for this
are approved coun.
| as the state's would ;J _
contri- Funeral services were held from Introduced which if passed,
ifor the end of this I : past few days. occurred near here this week. A next meeting will be held In ty, the fencing will be on the list tj tjif
month the Methodist Church In Lawtey have created needless but expen- I
reasurer W. I Work Is soon to begin on several truck driven by W. C. Townsend, I the auditorium March 16th, and H. the necessary rlghtsof.way can _
V. Knott and Commissions. I
bas with the Rev, B. M. Montgomery, sive Boards
of Lake Butler, overturned near I H. states that
ced. new buildings at the State Prison Young president, be obtained.
assisted by the Rev. G. E. Cutshaw am In favor of old age pensionsand
Hugh without injuring the driver., he wants everybody present "who r
1 Farm nine miles northeast of here, --
contribution the last _
ordered officiating for in
by and the Rev. G. A. Prevatt fought one
An automobile of Jacksonville Is Interested In the welfare of hu.
r Sholta and it Is believed thai this activitywill "
and in Crosby I in favor of I UnexpectedThrill
Comptroller Interment was -, Legislature. am "
j cause Influx of homeaeek- people hit a cow between Starke manity.
e, an
brought to $6.014.611.26 Lake Cemetery under the dl. schools and will continue to fight "The thrill that conies once In
and Hampton, but no one was seriously +
-- -
ers here. In fact I itt! has already begun
fount of the states money rection of Key-McCabe Funeral for them. I believe In repealing j hurt. I a life time" was experienced recently _
and several who stated Collector Here
county school fund. for the Home Jacksonville. useless laws more than I do in' persona --.---- Deputy by Lacy Conway, member '
If year. Active pall bearers were' his passing new ones. I am still j they were engaged; on this work { C. A Jelks, deputy collector with of the local Flying Club, when the .

Treasurer Knott grandsons: Lonnie Harley, Lonnie against the No-Fence Law and If ,are reported to hair been looking i Repairing PropertyWork the Internal Revenue office in motor In the plane belonging to _

5* made Possible largely by I Gilchrist. Hubbard Biggs. Dan elected will continue my fight for apartments here. began this week on remod Jacksonville, was in- Starke Wednesday the club suddenly shut off while '

00 tracer from the gen- Harley; Edgar :BartHlow and Lee- against It. I am In favor of more "I All homeowners who have roomsor eling and repairing the two-story to assist taxpayers in making Lacy was flying BOO feet above the _

enne fund. The sale of lie' Biggs. Honorary- pall bearers hard-surfaced road for' Bradford apartments for rent are urgedto house on the Gaskins property on out their Income tax returns. airport here. Fortunately h. was

wie license tags contributed 'were A. J. Griffin, R. A. Blanch- and Union Counties. :I let their facilities be known Cherry Street recently purchased Because of a misunderstanding In directly above the field and the r

'08 and the one mill 'COfl.al .t ard, C. A. KnIght A. J. Thomas, Th experience and friendships i through the newspaper or by list. by L. B. Alexander, of Waklo. Mr. the schedule a deputy was not ship was landed without mishap.

1 tax for schools $19,. W. J. Epperson W. C. Woolen L. ing them with a local real estate Alexander also expects' to build sent here on February 23 as previously Something went wrong with,, tho _

H. Hill and W, E. Torode. (Continued on Page Five) agent. two small houses on the property. announced. magneto, it Is said. '



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_ _ ; : ;: :" ;;' nRANCii HAMPTON LA JVTEY BROOKER NEW RIVERMrs. : l.axt. thenrc North to Northast Monday the 11th day "r"
-' : GUM O. f:. Crosby CorrespondentThe turner of Section Twenty-three, during the legal hoW. \'I' 'I' I,1
Mls. Elizabeth Harnage Cor. MUs Ada Nl..... Correspondent O. J. r.llll.... c.rr..o.: Miss Vera GaJney, Correspondent' Towniblu Five South Ran He Twen fore the Court .'I ''' I.
KRHt., tlience West to NewRiver. Kl..rldu, sell hllVi. s''.
Rlvchool; : Friday ty-one to the r|
School Closes Nw. closed Ihenre .southwesterly along bidder for. cash the r'i, .";,"I Urriiwa
Townsend Mrm. MUUeGalney .
/. Mrs. Carl Dobbs, of Lake City The Hampton after a very successful term said river to West line of SectionTwentynine lan' alt"u"{ ,, '''g
1 : MrL Arch Dobbs and Clyde and will meet at the school audltlrlum The Lawtey Junior High School The home of H. P. Oalney was H. C. Brown and Mrs. hlf.1..Pteho..t; :, big in Bradford County 1\! pT.IJJ'aV'4 1'
Tuesday evening: Marcb 10 at closed on of the most successful saddened by the death of his mother taught by flange Twenty-one w t: .
LonnIe Dobbs of Raiford. were
; fL 1 Ellis. A nice program was South alone said. line to point of be-
,: !' the guests of J. A. Harnage and 7:30.: The club is expecting some terms In its history Friday evening Mrs. Millie Gainey, Friday Eugene furnished by the pupils of the ginningFPROIAt.. of SrfI/4,of Section SE% and 23 Wi' ',' HI H
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family. Sunday. good speakers for this date. Everyone when fifteen graduates were pre- February 28. TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT South, Range 20 EV.I"sh'M. > I
is invited to be present at thlameeting. sented diplomas by Supt. A. J. "Grandma" Carney bad been In school Friday night which was en- NUMHEIt: 15: Beirut the die- with the appurtenan. r,
Mlsa Norman spent the known Hollbron) : .I"I'
Dorothy crowd. trict formerly HH
Grlffls. Sen. J. Edwin Larson. Keystone Joyed by a large to be made pursuant *
i Week-end at Pine Level with her ill health for some time sufferingwith Beginning At the Northeast cornerof cre to satisftTth. ,..'"' "Ilid< U
I lust Heights, gave the graduation Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Wigginswere the Southeast Quarter of Section can .11 01 .
left E. '
Mrs W. T. McCuiro and other ailments. K. 'lit.
Mr. and Mrs. II. M. cancer Six Itanne PEJtll\\I
I grandparents received Jacksonville Wed Five. Township South. Ae :>;
The following to Special
: :McRae. Friday for JacksonvUle. where she a4ddess. She had been a''faithful rpember of called Twenty-two Kant: thence North to 1.8-6t.4-1 Master in '
Ruth Murrb.ee Lorena to the nines of Mr. of Section !
few with her diplomas: for nesday due the Northeast corner
will spend a days the Primitive Church
: Mrs. Louise Denmark. of St. Augustine Rosier Lucille Johns Louise War Wiggins' sister. Miss Jewel Wig Thirty-two Township. Five South --
son M. McGulre. about thirty-five years. Range Twenty-two East, thence -
,: spent the week-end here ren, Bertha Taylor Mattie Edith I Went to Northeast corner of Section NOTICE M.IITFR'IIII\I.I': ':
Mr. and Mrs. J. The Baptist W. M. U. will servea She leaves to mourn her passing, gins.Mrs. ) I. hereby lei" "
: with her parents Rowe Martha Wells Mary Edwards called to Th irty-six. Townnhlp( Five South. dec and by virtue of p.1"jrew ,
,; S. Sapp. fish supper at the city hall Fri. four children, Mrs. LomJa Tillis of V. E. Sapp was Itan",e Twenty-one East. thence of Foreclosure .1 D.
: Louie Bell Starling, Leslie Yellow Water Wednesday due to North to Southeast corner of Section by the mane and "..
of Honorable
T. N. Norman attended the sing- day night. March 13. Every body Prevatt. Andrew Redding Lloyd Jacksonville L. R. Galney the death of her brother Oaalan: Twelve, Township Five South bring. Judge", of the ri, i,11, ,Hi,- "* .
Is invited. I II Carl Brooker E. B. Galney of Plant I Itunice Twenty-one East thence the 8th Judicial Cn-HI| ?""'
convention at Jacksonville Howe
tug Charles <
I Wilkerson
Oliver. Wont to New River thence down .
and for LP"I
and H. P. of Brook Bardfo: ,
Rev. G. E. Cutahaw, of Lawtey, City Calney
Sunday. Shuford and Cleon Wooten. alii river to section line dividing Chancery dated *
; : will preach at the Baptist Church er; three slstera,' Mrs. Cynthia Lopez Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Johns Mrs. Sections 16 and 23. Township Five that certain cause Warn! thP., ",,.I l"".I I:'

(: Mrs. Carrie Browning of Raiford next Sunday morning and eve i and Mrs. t*. A. Crosby of V. E. Sapp and Mr. and Mrs. O. South, Range' Twenty-one: East, pending between th* K,.,d.i.i'f,,, *
thence Kant to Northeast corner of "
I her Mr. and Hank of
WM visiting parents. To The of Lawtey Columbia *
People G. W. Scoffleli E. and little con Shuman I
: Brooker and :Mrs. Crosby Section Twenty-tnree, Township O. Dyal and wife n'r"M I
,I, (.:i :lira. H. L. Edwards Monday. ning.Mrs. We the teachers of the Lawtey of Inverness besides a host of and Misses Bettie and Doris Crosby Five South, Range Twenty-one -i: the undersigned.. wh", ." ... fkfl'!\-
L. A. Johns Is a
operating .
,, !I/ Enoch and Vanlce Keene, of I Junior High School wish to express I and other relatives were visiting relatives In Bald thence South to Southeast corner appointed as Special Must",., J, '"'
; grandchildren Section three, TownwhlpFive IlIl'h
cafe in the large brick building on Twenty eery to execute. the |'
: ,
: :0.:: Cross City were visiting friends I our thanks and appreciationto : 'and friends. win Sunday. South, Range Twenty-one --i: Monday the 8th day. .nm..< Will'
,,' here Saturday night and Sunday. Main Street which was formerly all the patrons who have help- thence West te Southwest cornerSection during the legal ,, i' V'"' I ill''
used as a drug store. They are Interment was In Dedan cemetery Among those attending to business Twenty three, TownshipFive fore the Court Ho". ) ., ,n"j' bo
.. Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Reddish and ed us during this term Just ending.We South, Range Twenty-one East, I'ri'
: \ Florida hiK'h
satisfying their customers and receiving have been very happy to serve Saturday at .4 p. m. with Eldel In Starke Saturday were: M. thence South to Southwest corner of bidder ,for sell to. the .Ind, b.,

'1 '; Mrs. Leroy Norman were visiting many compliments of I all been I W, M. Moody of LaCrosse officiatlng L. Johns M. F. Wiggins, R. J. Section Thirty-five, Township Five ",m-rlhed lands< sllua". r..I1"], ," 'Ihl *,
have |h
'. '{)J\'JI" Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp Sunday af which our town in delighted. ; you kind and to us.you We want you to know very and Wflaon Funeral Homeof Turner, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Johns, South thence, Bust Itunge to R ';,':. tOrn'a; ti''. IB wit*:In Bradford Count 'Pirjjj, ,.It,
\ ternoon.
Lake City was in charge of ar and Samson Johnson. Section Thirty-five, Townsnlp.
( has FIV.I I
J. it.
W. Home agent for
depot SI5V
that appreciate
Ir we you NK4. NIt: ,
Miss Hazel Sapp was the guest South Range Twenty-one of ,:
rangements._ Among those attending playat of NK<\ of J ft
turned his two house 4 NKV4
large story 'and of of ,,
the school thence South to Southwest cornerNorthwest 'I
of her sister Mrs. W. R. Conner To the trustees 'e "
: ;, I the Into a rooming + New River school Friday night I II Quarter of Section One, Township 7 B. I It 21 ,IW4 I- ,
near depot
\. of Starke Saturday. board and our county-superintend : Twen of HW14! of NW'' inrl 11"" I
'I' Madallne Township Six South Range I
)lU' Mr. and Mrs. J. .-. rxiaw and house, as well as a boarding house ent we wish to extend our snlcere nuctiultturrnte Sermon were: Harry Sapp, ty-mi Bast, thence East to point of I of 'N\VlI.t of SWi. ,,r'K.J I1,11, '(*!
for The Baccalaureate Sermon for Crews Bud Moody Nina White- beginning. I' 7 S. R. J2! ,
.;\ rnildrcn and Mias Wilma Shaw of I Ir" and satisfactorily caring manyof thanks for all their efforts on our I with the appurtenance;;.. '" ,
. the railroad men, who stay over I the graduating class of the Brook head Lucian Markelee Ruth and HPKCIAT TAX SCHOOOI r>!!3-'! to be made pursuant ',. f1
I I 1 ) the State Farm, were visiting relIves here.J. behalf we consider it an honor tobe er Junior High School was delivered Harold Alvarez and Carrie Belle TRICT NUMBER 18: (Being the
.J :I t'', and friends in this section your servants and we hope to I Sunday February 23 In the Norman Debris Bloodsworth Mr. formerly, known as Rising): K. K. PKRKVM, \\ w ;
m of
I the Southeast
p. Beginning at corner
i : : I"" I' nday afternoon. P. Summers. and family of continue so. : 8.85t Special 1\01"10'1'\ '" "" '
school auditorium by Rev. C. B and Mrs. Warren Bloodsworth. Section Twenty-five. Township Six ''fIl'

..' i:1: Misses Mlldren and Audrey Nor Palatka were the guests of Mrs.3umrners We thank the Parent-Teachers I Price of Starke. Mrs. A. E. Crosby and little son South thence' North Range to Northeast Twenty-one corner hast'of,
Mrs. J. P. Sullivan 1'1.\
: jith ir.'an and Carnetta Hubbard were mother. Association for aiding us in all and Misses Bottle and Doris Crosby Section Twenty-four. Township Six "TtIL'1IIINOTICFI
Rev. Price delivered Is .
the: of Miss Thelma Gas last Saturday.Mr. an eloquent South' Range Twenty-one ISast. herenv gu ,", n,, ? :
guests '
I'i iT' ways possible. message to a large crowd. He especially spent Monday with her parents thence East to Southeast corner of Sec. .and by virtue of H 1"1.IIJ"1, ,i
fc'ns Sunday.BOOTSEY'S. and Mrs. Ira Drown of of Foreclosure. martf .
: ) Ill' Signed: emphasized to the Mr. and Mrs. :1.: L. Johns. Section Eighteen, Township Six by the anil .
young Honorable ff
Gainesville the of South, ) Twenty-two Kant' 1. s
were guests
Prof. A. E. Maxwell I graduates the necessity for thence I N ,:t"hgro Northeast corner .ti Judge of the Circuit "c, Uit "f '
J pre. "
i; : BEACH :Mra Brown's mother Mrs. W. P. Miss Willie Mae Hinson paring themselves now for the MISSION HALL Southeast' Quarter of Section Six, and Sth Judicial for Circuit of Florid !\
\ Dirt this week. Township Six South, Range Twenty- Bradford< Countv. in cb.,1
i L. tinaklnii. Correspondent Mrs. Eunice Kelley tasks which are now unseen but Again the congregation at the two East, thence Went to the Northwest eery, dated March *nd, i i''i -r ,J,{,;

I I ,' Rev. W. T. McGuire left last Miss Lillle McRae which they know are yet to come Mission was given a treat In a corner of the Southwest quarter certain cause therein Intel) JJ.i!
Ing between
i Misses Audrey and Mildred Norman Saturday for Live Oak where he Mrs. Louis H. Hill to them. very spiritual service conducted by South...C Section Range One Twenty-one, Township East Six, Corporation.the Federal Plaintiff t'arrn9gage ,,,,/

'I 1 of Gum Branch and Miss will fill his regular appointment as Mrs. Ruby Mae Perkins, Mr. Geo. F. Tibbitts and his splen thence North to the Northeast. corner I.ell,. Thomas, Wtilnw .1, u i Dot
Garnetta Hubbard and Hub- First Christian of Section. Two Township. Six fendunts, the under hrn"d.. who n
: Clyde pastor the Mrs. Lonnie H. Futch did young men helpers on Tuesday "ftouth' Range Twenty-one Kast therein appointed an lIp. ''n1] ;Mitt
; j :J bard of Starke, were visiting Miss Church there. Mrs. Lucille Beck. Graduation Exercises night. th.nc.V..t. to the Northwest corner In Chancery to executi, 'th* >...''

;.,. ) j 4j: Thelma Gnsklna, Sunday. --- The graduation exercises of the The message was founded upon of Section Two Township Six will 1936 on Monday, the fllh during the legal I h.
n of.
:: I Mrs. W. R. Kersey of Woodlawn Plzarro Spanish conqueror of: !Straw berry Outlook Brooker Junior High School were reminiscences of the life of that !thence South South Range to the Twenty-one Southwest East corner before the Court lion, '\nmHtarke 'f\

1'' 'spent a few days here last week as Peru found gold and silver in With continued spring weather held In tM,5 chool auditorium wonderful man so used of Cod: D. of Section Two Township :Six! and best, Florida bidder,for.sell cash t in. ., i"i.! hlrh hJ,!:'
I South Range Twenty-one ;
\ the guest of Mrs. R. N. Crawford. great abundance In Peruvian treasure here strawberries are beginning to Thursday evening, February 27. L. Moody. As a personal friend and thence West to the Northwest East corner Inft described I..nd.I'. ,'..1,1'| i

; We are very glad to know little rooms. In one raid ho seized show large amounts of bloom and The stage was.beautifully decorated fellow worker Mr. Tibbitts was associated of Section Ten Township. Six and Ida. being to-wit In Bradford l t'..u",n vi,

., I Stanley Crawford Is able to be up I $4,500,000 in pure gold. old timers say that it Is the best with baskets of flowers The with him in a way that South.thence South Range to Twenty-one Southwest cornerof East The SWj of: the SR', of thn w\'

,i : w again, after spending several days prospects they have seen for several graduates carried bouquets of fern made his subject of'great Interest Section Ten. Township Six South, Ht-ctlon Mid the NKV4 10 of the S\V"> ,. alil) ,
Tnwn hli
at the Marr hospital in Starke The Stourbrldge Fair which originated years. Plants have a nice and white snap dragons. The message and value,' especially to the young AVent Range to Twenty-one Northwest: corner East of thence Section Range 21 Rnst.. rontulnitiiacres | null 5

: where he underwent an operation in 1211 is still held in growth and are loaded with bloom to the graduates was delivered people, of which there were quitea Seventeen. Township. Six' South, ,, more or less,
I for by the HQn. Fred B. Noble of Range Twenty-one East thence with the appurtenance" a
appendicitis. England. and young fruit at the present number present at the service. South to Southwest corner, of section to be made pursuant tn '.ihl 1Jt 1 t A D. Thomas of Glen St. Marys limo and all Indications are for a Jacksonville: The entire program The attendance was good altogether Seventeen Township Six' South' to satisfy/ the same and < <>.i*
r. his aunt Mrs. was as follows: Range Twenty-one, East, thence East E. K. PCKRYM
ir was visiting J. Roy
and all to
nobler As
several days with pneumonia.Mr. bumper crop. were inspired to the NortheitHt corner of Section Hpeclal Master In "I'hant
Quinn here Friday night. and Mrs. Carl Milliard and Processional. living by the message and the Twenty, Townxlilp Six' South Range 5-ii-St-4-3
Enoch and Venice Keene of Twenty-one iast thence South to
Invocation-Rev. G. E.
McCauley beautiful sweetly by :MAW1'Bfl's ,
so Ntl.K
songs sung :
family Woodlawn were visiting Townsend Club fleets Southwest cortwr. of Section' Twen .
Shamrock Miss Gladys Knight and Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Crawford The Lawtey Townsend Club met Song "Tell Us"Girls' Choir. the boys and played so masterfully (ty-eight Township :Six; South RangeTwentyone NOTICE la hereby glv.n hiitier ,
and hy virtue of Kinolcree I
Johnnie Knight of Gum Branch, Marzie Howard. ..:....1. thence Cast to a '
2 Salutatory-
Mr. Tibbitts.
by of ,
Foreclosure nmd
Sunday afternoon.C. at the school house Tuesday eve I of ind t'
; i- were visitors here Sunday. Address-Hon Fred B. Noble. The subject for next week will I point beginning.Which Sired by the tlonorabli II U
of Interest
.i Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Luther E. Crawford returned to the ning with a large group are the respective. SpecialTax bring Judge of the Cir. M i ,uM
Chlsm I
ed citizens attending. Able speak. Song "My Sunshine" Girls'Choir. be "WATCH" and this is, to say Schoul Districts as they existed the Kth Judicial Circuit Talon
canal at Ocala after confinedto
Chism and Fronla of St. being before their consolidation..
Hodge the least a and In and for HradforlChancery ntr.'
i ers were on hand mixed with a few timely subject may
his home here for several dated March ISJI
George Ga., spent Friday night days .Hollls Litchfield. I JnU
ii with attack of the flu. politicians and able speeches were Valedictory- prove decidedly interesting. C. I.. Conner J. H. MannlnirP. that certain cause Ih..rfln. h"
here the of Mr. and Mrs. R. an I .
guest enjoyed by all present. The next Presentation of Diplomas-Supt.A. H. Snpp. fcnry Crawford Rending between the .d. .1 II! Fv
i/ N. Crawford.We We are very glad to report :J.: L. J. Oriffls. SECOND LENTEN SERVICEOn W.B. IMoodwworthrry ReddishKlerv vorporatlun! I'liunlid,
meeting will be held at the school ) Blanche Whltten, ..Id.> Orflants.
Sapp Clnrnce llutchuW.
We are very glad to know Robert Cask Ins and family able to be out Song of Farewell-Senior Class. Friday night the second of K Sapp son 1 the !
house Tuesday evening, February | rt'I:; dp"W"1 ,
Crawford of the CCC Camp in again after being confined to their The class motto "Finish What the Lenten preachers will address W. M. HolllngH-. A. Hutcbesonwoith. therein p as !.
i ,
17 at 8 o'clock. i In Chancery to execute "th H
K. V. Alvnrei
: i Calhoun La., Is Improving after home here with the flu for the You Attempt" was suspended the congregation of St. Mark's O. R. Alvarez \\". T. Crosby will on Monday, the nth 4April .
being confined in a hoapltal'there two weeks. !I, 138: during the legal h,. .
past f'across the- stage. The graduateswere Church. The Rev. H. E. Mar- F. M. Norman J. T. Barnes
_ _ _ Personal* Mr. K. T. Crews t.eon Connef osale, before the Crtuit Houwd" .
:& _-___nn_-_-- -----_ ___-__ _-___ u_____ Robert Dinkins of ",aacxsonvllle I Marcia B. Howard Erma E. tin of St. Bartholomew's Church H. L. Norman O. E:. Crosby In Starke. Florida, sell I to the tit i
Stokes Hazel L. Hollis It. M. McRae Alex Barnes est and best Milder, for a li'.
after- Thomas Long Island, N. Y., is to be the .
was visiting here Tuesday following described land' -Ha
J. I. tlnderhlll A.
H. AlvareR.
H. Litchfleld Eugene M. Long, speaker.He 1 D. Reddish Fate Alvarez ,I lying and being In Uradfnni. (.. I

: FLORIDA FUNERAL SERVICEJ. noon.Mr. ofI3rantord Robert C. Long, Francis E. Russ. Is a graduate of Colgate UnIversity Ft M. Alvarez Willard Alvares : ty, Florida\ to-wit :
:, : and Mrs. Lee Cotton W. H. Halslap Charles AlvareJ The Hf* of the HW4 ot 'Ui' SE,
'I were visitors here Sun Harold W. Sapp, Talmadge C. and has for some years I M. Kersey Mrs Anna Baxter I and the SWVi of the SI2V, it: IkSKVi '

t : \\. McEWEN Kelly Carl A. Prescott. been ministering in the Diocese of Frank Thomas J.V.. Dunn I. ot Section 15. TownnlilpSouth. I'
If. Thomas lonnle CrawfordW Flange 22 East: ,
.. :_ 231 K. CALL ST. STARKF-, FLORIDA day.Mrs.. Lucille Beck, who has recently Long Island, where he has done admirable C. Ward :a-S-Gt-4-3 I with the appurtenances aid ,
to .lie. made t 'aidcree ., :
pursuant <
R. B. Raulerson and Roy
Daugh. work and attained some -
ill in
TELEPHONE 140 been seriously a to satisfy the same .,nd c
; hospital was able to re- tery of Brighton were visiting here prominence as a preacher. His visit -I fl.KHK'.S n"I'OItT: B. K. PERRYMAN,

- 1 r REASONABLE AND EFFICIENT turn to her home here Saturday. Tuesday. They were accompaniedhome to Starke Is made possible by !{ Starke, Fla, Feb. 1st. 1936. 3-6-6t-4-a As Special Master In ,"I"""

H in by Mrs. Raulerson and chil- the fact that he Is supplying the I Report of the Cleric of the CircuitCourt
1 Miss Ruth Rowe was visiting In and for Bradford County
; AMBULANCE SERVICEWE Jacksonville over the weekend.M. dren who spent the past week hereas Lenten season at St. Mary's j i: Florida, on account of taxes assessed

F. Brown of Tampa is here guest of her parents Mr. and Church Green Cove Springs.A I for C.the A. year 1
,. INVITE YOUR INSPECTION OF OUR his week looking after his strawberry Mrs. H. P. Calney. fine congregation led by a I ,: % lilt.tl>P01tl) COL .%'l't

i' L NEW HOME. interest. R. G.. A. D... and C. C. Crosbyof good vested choir made the service .. Balance Connty due ProperI __ 4,417.02
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Dinkins for. Youkon were visiting in this last Friday night a very helpfulone I By amount collected __ 3DN.75

/ _.1 I section Saturday.Mr. and the good people of St.Mark's Hulunre due ..-- 4038.87
Fine end Forfeiture
r-; i : and Mrs Mannie ScofflelJ Invite all to share the Dene- 1"0 Balance due n_ 1.267.8R proper treatmer

fits of the service with them againon amount colluded ___. 113.93 for bilious child
What Do You Need and son and Mr. Scoffleld's mother Friday, March 6 at 7:30: p. m. Balance due __. ._.___ 1153.96( a
Mrs. G. W. Scoffield, of Inverness County llond and llrldaeTo
-- -- Balance due ___. _, ___ 6,388.00 nut lISPS
r motored here Saturday.Mrs. .
WRONG SIDE UP liy amount collected n_._. 484.10 Ti fUsYll'l.
and To Hulance due ______ 4904.43 .'
A. EM/MctClnney son, -- -- CaN IT"
A good story which drives homean County Hfhnol lenersl
In Printed Forms, Office Supplies, or Social Stationery? Everette were visiting Mr. McKinney Important truth Is worth reeatlng. To Balance due n___ n_ ._ 8.339.41 III

(Don't tell us you don't.need ANYTHING!) at Raiford Sunday.E. > We find the following in To By Balance amount collected due _- _____.n.____ 5,769.87 1169.80 .

.b S. Galney, of Plant City spent The Progressive Farmer, credited County Polls

part 'of last week here with rela to Dr. B. W. Kilgore: To II ramount.Balance collected due ___ _.____.._ 28800 1800 A cleaming dose today/ ; a snia'Ja'

p- i ic LETTER HEADS RUHUER STAMPS AND PADS tives. I "It Is related that when the To Balance dun ___.____.u__ 250.00 quantity tomorrow; test each,fin,/*
Total Ank-Scauol. until at a*
ItecHlar boweL need help
; Mrs. A. F. Raulerson and son, white man was moving west and I To Balance due __ __ _____ 8,15661\ no
c For business purposes and social usage. You find new uses every day for rubber Austin of Okeechobee and Mr. and bringing the great plains under fly Hinount collected n.. 6AH.54I I mother knows the Eli

1i Special attention given to work in two or and the time will cultivation with his To Balance due ---__..._ 5590.07 ANY
stamps you save soon Mrs. R. W. Brannen and daughter big teams and I Ti.lal Hnl>.Seb....l Hooded I her child stops playing!

it jnore colors. Your letter head should be a pay for them. Also best quality inking Pauline of Lake Butler spent partof plows a group of Indians collected I ItO: Balauue, due _. _,_ 5.636.90 little U bard to manage. Cons/i/u", J

I jh4t -- work of art-get away from the scratchpad pads. last week here as guests of their around to observe what was goingon. To ny amount Blilnlice collected,I..* __ -_ .._ 11.026.61 41039 But what a pity so few knot '*
The big chief after n. sensible way to act things ngbll
variety. parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Galn witnessing Widows Pension
} the complete overturning of the To Balance due 633.94 The ordinary laxatives of *
ADDING MACHINE RIBBONS ey.Mr. Hy amount collected ____. 56.96 ordinary) strength destroy all b 110
h *, ENVELOPESSure and Mrs. Seab Dukes and heavy sod grass on which the buffalo -: To Balance due __________ 876.98 of restoring regularity

Of course you knew we carried i typewriter Miss Eliza Dukes of Dukes Station had graced and waxed fat for Stead* A MlnblnK llrlilae..'Interest...<1 A liquid laxative is the an'

you can buy them already stamped ribbons but what about the adding motored here Saturday. years, examined a slice of the far I To Balance du. __ '_.__?_ 1396407 mother The answer to ill !'"

I : from the Government but they will have machine? We have them too and the pa Mrs. L. W. aoweiin, or juicano--row the on both sides dropped It back I I liy To amount Balance collected due ___.____n___ 12.763.84 1.800.11 'worriesKOVW constipation.. A U(
as great plow had turned it, be meiaurtd. The dote can 1
I : about as much personality and individuper rolls upon which you add up to see py spent last week here as guest or III'
gave one huge and exclaimed soiled to age
grunt 'I \ exactly
/ ality!'! another striped. suit at the State how much money you'd have if everyone ('I her mother. Mrs. Sally Mott. 'Wrong side up/ NOTICE is"hereby'rr'8L"given: that und Just reduce the dose any each timr. S

.r Prison Farm. paid the bills you send them and you did Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Morgan and I "Too much land all over Dixie is of"r Foreclosure and by virtue made of a Final Decree the bowels are moving of their r

n't. have to pay the ones they send you. daughters. Brunell and Jackie, of 'wrong side up.' Through the by by the Honorable H and I* rendered Sebrlng*. accord end need no help.
I Orlandc. spent,last week-end here Judge Sf the Circuit' Court of the This treatment will succeed'
r STATEMENTS with friends and relatives. They growing of good pastures we must '8th Judicial Circuit of Florida, In stay child un4 with eng/ adult.
get more of it i and for Bradford .
SECOND SHEETS right side up. County In Ctmnty l Iw
Some business houses stopped sendingthese were accompanied home by their (''' dated March Vrd. 1936 In that Doctors ass liquid "
c daughter Mildred who was a .MOTICK: UP ; certain cause therein lately pending 1 Hospitals use the liquid ?0E1'
out during the depression but the No use to buy expensive when between 'The Federal bot ,
l is
papers member of the school faculty here Tak. nutluB that the following pe- Lend Bank of .. _t.for tlMir UN it
has when reasonably doesn't but if dot titian' will be prevented to Columbia Plaintiff, and 8. I* Pres- horn 'Iquid l taysti"
f time come you can appearance count you during the past term. of Public Instruction for the Board. eolt and wife, et al.! Defendants., the DM. The \ SPPepsin.
i9 Csldvell
expect:: a fair return on your investment in need the best we can furnish watermarked Mrs. Loma Tins, :. re. A. B. (:unty.. Florida at Its reiruiar meeting undersigned a. Special who was therein appointed MneraUy aM is Dr. baa it.
I bond in all sizes that extra long legal at the County Courthmme, In Master In Chan- Any druggist
-even I
Crosby and Glen and Mr.
have son. "
a three cent stamp We a very spe- rk.Florldl> at 10:0: A. M. April
size that you can never borrow from Mrs. L. A. Mintz and daughter 8th, Has. to-wit:

: ;; ..fiial.!: price on statements. your friends. Also that thin onion skin Barbara, spent last week-end here TO THK HOtnn OP PI III.If' IM.MTRIC'TIOV FUNERAL DIRECTORMy
: for OP flit tllt'OHl
making copies. with relatives. COl->Tt. KLOHII*

3 CARDS We, the underiilrned qualified Many Years Experience Make It Possible for Me to Rtndlfl
electors that pay a lax on real or '
business and social ODDS AND ENDS Card of ThanksWe |>vri For political uses.
; wish to express our heart. I Special Tax School Ulntrlct Number MODERATE PRICES
Either printed engraved or embossed. Rubber bands, gem clips all kinds of felt thanks to our many friends for 1 II of Brndronl. petition County the .Florida Hoard reMiertfully of- ,, l Starke Florida

: 4 Too many styles to name but samples are binders even ink in quart bottles we can all of their kind sympathies shownus ,I'ounty 1'ubllc Florid Irmtrurtlon to hold of IlradFord. DeWITT C. JONES
an election
*, here for your inspection and all prices are save you money on all of these. There and the floral offerings sent to determine whether sail Special I .
t during "ax School '" -- ,
our recent bereavement.H. "trlct ..
must be other things that number 14 shall -- -fl- -
S %' reasonable. escape us just be divided Into and shall become

4 $J now, but you can ask.LEGAL p Galney and Family. I, three Hpm-lul! Tax School DlRtrlctx.I KVS M oe ** V"'>*''<
each for
the purpose. of levylnr, and

WEDDING INVITATIONS m,ANIS merly of Starke have returned to I'' rollectlnr the exclusive a district uxe of school public tax free for HOW TO "KEEP EDUCATED"Head

The folder type in white or the new make Lawtey their home. .1I..lrlel KchooU, within each such each special such tax respective school ,::2 Daily the WorM-wide Constructive New In .

I : Don't bum blanks Mr. and Mrs. Vernon dlBtrlc-t to be as follow. (
this your legal -buy them Rowe of and with The Christian Science Monitor
color. If must economize the
on .
i' ivory you followUiaboundaries,
from us. We have everything you'll need Jacksonville were visiting rela. 8pl'f'iAt TAX to-wit: 5 Am. JflHwiMUffMj 0.11, ft.mp._

item we have a line that looks )Jike engravwhether you're buying tives here last week.H NVl\rRI.R 10): 8CHOOI.(Dolnl the DISTRICT dietrirt .- .I. el... .11 ...h. ..?.".'"... ".." .... bet *., eel ...'." ."". "'
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Get 29 On The Telephone, Please James called account to of Flat the Top death Ala.of, Friday Mr. Ar.on North Four.Range, to Township Twenty-one Southeast six corner South fcant of, Section thence Ranee foi .a PI............aetet., "" sub.cilotio! III Tint Cnnm.it !Sennci: Voi.totUi. .

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EDITORIALS HONOR ROLL SCHOOL DAYS By DW1G Play, "Betty Lou," Writers Of ProphecyAnd M U'lif'

ELEMENTARY Will Be Presented Class Testament

to the Best Interest ol First Grade A Next Friday NightThe Appointed By SeniorsA "

voted Mavis Thomas, Jean Mann, Louise p O\tT .p ethc t'. 11t44.Np ,

RADFORD IIIOH SCHOOL Edwards, David Gunter Leslie e'ett )fcoiue*. IVIAT "aye eeu.. "U. s..ao sparkling, dazzling musical- class meeting was held the Zn} ( :

Alumnae AT. comedy hit, "Betty Lou," will be last part of the second period Tuesday :
and Bradley.Madge S ,w'S
Patrons" t4O'I' "M e. _
dents, Middleton, Teacher R.A8T '1t\a. presented here next Friday nightat by the Seniors: Simeon Phillips I

.. fW P. "F1eMK" ..,.. -OI4 spOta' 000) Val T eight o'clock "Betty Lou" Is president, presiding. The object \

EDITORIAL STAFF First NOR" HCffcWK'.' 1'0".1)0oJ.s t' teLL' the 1030 edition of the annual senior of the meeting was to decide fl :'.
( 1eiw. J+ '
'i litor-in-Chlef.---- A. W. Anderstd Lillian Andrews, B. C. Holtzen- SOOM'S one o.eM Mt ($IotCt bZ. S. eOvl. lira play and it will give you the who would write the "Senior t,

Dorothy"White dorf, Joyce Moore, Mary Lou Yar- M&' u.. V s I best two hours of enjoyment you Prophecy "Senior's Last Will and ,
Lety Editor_____ 'AtepSWrr Slt t Vii"fStere. ever experienced. Testament" "Class History," and
Marwicke brough, Barney McRae, Shirley Spy O' ,r
N-DC "
Marjorie Facts" would ta
erary Editor, Judd, Jimmie Leach, Shirley Ann 11"! to01\CAt\ ec In the leading roles are Lillian when Senior's y
_____ Waltersiitorlal J- -W AAN
S.aJtl voted
Editor" Noegel, Mary Weldon Lucille Alvarez saes$ rr A44. fd" Sternberir, Raymond, Plummer, on. '
Editor _Alice Royester A, W. Anderson .ir., was voted e .
a It Mario These, Simeon
Shirley Garnett Leon Ellington tree ffrr Phillips,
future Editor ______Marie Thede eZ "eea LJWi !) to write the "Senior Prophecy" \ / '
Harvey Hudson, Everettlee I 'A" A ti4 PMMTntf. Elaine Wynn, Hugh Walters, and .
Editor \ '" 'Jfe $ Marwlck elected to ... '
Lmentary ------ ---- "CeIdU'IIA.R" D others. Marjorie was
y1Jt4DitBD lust many
Rowe Dorine :McKinney, An- V e0r/ ,
.__ Eunice WllllamiBASTIAN #;t A write the "Senior's Last Will and :r I
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nie Mae Ruts. $RoT e IU"-- This promises to be the best play
Testament Alice M. Royster will t ,
ever presented by the senior class
write the Senior "Class History"r: )
BACII Miss Hazel Middleton and' Mrs. '
S.\ Second k and the '"Senior Facts" will be i, '
In Germany, Mar. t Wall are directing the play while t;( "
icb was Bernice voted March .j
Cooper, Gloria Cooper, on on Monday C' ,
His father taught him Mrs. F. H. Long furnishes the mu-
1685 Effie Griffis, Agnes Lewis, Helen 1636 't i
elder brother, the
.. violin An Norris, Evelyn Newsome, Mary sic.Don't The "Senior Prophecy" Is a Jouuifnt '- "
Johann Christoph, aasum- AhPNhe fall to see this play and
nous Powell, Joyce Prevatt, A I v I n T In which the Seniors appci : .
the boy's guardianship upon the Crews, Leon A. Gray, Jr? Gerald learn what happens when Betty as they will be ten or fifteen yea< : t (? A,
of his parents. Bach becom- Lou, daughter of the> new j
Lth Grlffla, W. B. McKinney, Donald poor In tho fuluie ) ,"
expert soon aspired to ad- Mrs Pen an
Norman, Bradley Geiger, Marvin The "Last Will and Testament'la { )
music which his brother ten-year-old sister, Is visited by the
nced Montgomery, Billy Overstreet, a writing in which the Senloii i 'i ;fi,
refused him. On one oc- handsome Mr Robert Sherwood
lever Wesley Shuler, Hazel Fields, Esther bequeath their habits, beliefs, axd: is I,, I,
determined to ob- and Mr. Worthington Brooks. '
the boy
ion (
Griffis, Mary Beth Knight, 7 peculiarities to lower classmen.: f
i a book of masters, stole it Wanda Pearce, Ida Lee Silcox, We promise you the best two The "Class History" In the story: ".

m the cupboard where it was Mary Simmons, Mary Yarbrough hours of entertainment you ever of the class and Its adventure t '

pt and copied the entire volume enjoyed! from the freshmen year up to tra
six months to
moonlight, taking '
present. w
the task. I Third
plcte "Senior Facts" U an election in ,
Schumann once said, "To him I Collette Green,. Mabel Leach InaForayth Jokes"After ,
which vailous' seniors are elected
almost as great a debta Jimmie Bradley, Mack
sic owes
by the high school as the dumb- i !
religion owes Its founder." Futch, Robert Biggs, Carl Crumpler all these years," said I,
out, prettiest, best dressed, smartest -
]is can't be said of many compoa- Bert George, Oleeta Green, Robert Chapman who had been etc. t

p of today People today don't Betty Hayes, Barbara Keen, Ro- asked to speak at the commence- _- wh A

[predate music as they did years ber Whitfield, Gene Noegal. ment exercises, "I miss many of
Ice Cream SaleHeld t '
0, The greatest majority of the ::# the old faces with which I used, |

at composers are of foreign Fourth : 1'rt1E to shake hands" By JuniorsThe

rth. Leonard Peek, Keeffee Pitts
.. junior class sold Ice cream t '
Mary Caldwell, Marjorie Davis, Mrs. Perkins "Yen, I know flMi
and last Wed-
during recess noon
SPRING FEVER Willie Mae Key, Jo Meldrim, Ruth Is a brain (food but I don't care so
nemlay and made U.80 clour.
I Is the time of the yearen Powell, Kathleen Stockwell, Lola much for fish, Isn't there some other
Four vanilla flavor i Ice
gallons 4
we are open to an attack of Tyler, Alberta Woodward, Fay llllNpTJRA>,lslS brain food ?" t
sold at Oc
cream, were per cone
I spring fever, a queer malady Yarbrough, Joe English Ovelda Lillian: "Well, there's noodle and business was rushing until the S Send.

tu causes the eyes to want to Thomas, Eloise Bullock, Ellen Mer- sou I)." ? 1k ,

|ep, causes the bones to becomeft sereau, Jessie Mae Slade, Loca Basketball Teams Amateur Program Bradford High Squad The juniors now have $::11 In the

and hard to move, and causes Belle Sumner, Betty Hardenbrook Visitor from London: "Your sky
Win Two Lose Two Given In AssemblyA And Andrew Jackson class' treasury. That leaves only t
{great Inertia over the whole ; here is much clearer. than it Is in about $49 yet to be raised for their t

tern The disease Is caused by Fifth Games In Past WeekOur Meet This Morning London" banquet.

irm. bright, spring days and the Joe Andrews, Sara Barefoot, very Interesting amateur pro- N. Y. Taxi Driver: "Sure, we +
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|ly cure Is 'will power." To sum Nina Bishop, Gloria Buford Ida basketball teams played two !, gram, was presented in Elementary -- have skyscrapers here." f'w' t

we become lazy and the onlyy Lulu Davis, Violet Johnson, Doro- lost t'hapellast Thursday, and was Coach Howard has announcedthe Mumps Epidemic ,
last week the
to overcome It is to force our- thy Lee Johns Barbara Snow, both games of theirs, the boys won their composed of numbers contributed line-up of the first team that "More than 5,000 elephants a Breaks Out Here

|vea to do what must be done. Clalrce Thomas, Julia Frances i by, all the grades from 1 to 6 Inclusive will go Into the tournament game year go to make our piano keys" ,

Let's not let the "spring fever" Stewart Jimmie Griffis, Lois New- two.In with Andrew Jackson team this observed Margaret Hair, who hud Quite a few have been having (

like a victim of us. Let's resolve some, Irene Hazen, Othma Grif- a clash with Melrose here After a brief devotional, a song, morning at 800.: been reading the scientific notes in a "swell time" lately with the y 'r

I do our lessons and duties and do fis, Buford McKinney, Doris Pre-I Tuesday afternoon, the girls lost "Morning Prayer," the Lord's First. Team an almanac mumps that old pain In the neck ;'

m. vatt, Doris Mae Gaffney, Alver- 4-11 against the heavier and more Prayer and Flag Salute, the ama- Olen Bedenbaugh __________ L. F "Doesn't It boat alii"! exclaimed Some of the seniors afflicted S

By A W A. tine Johnson. experienced Melrose team whichham't teurs took charge. Randolph Quarrels ________ R. F. John K "Ain't It just wonderful were: W N Johns, Robert Faulkner -

-- ._ lost a game this year. Mrs. Grace Wainwright was the Artford Brown ______________ C. what some animals can be train- and Joy Grlner.

CHOOSING A VOCATION Sixth Melrosltes The boys In their battle the with the "Major Bowes," and her first ama- Dan Ha/en ________________ L, G. ed to do?" It got the juniors too. Among

hia Is a problem which comeso Enoa Hayes, Othma Haynes, Jr., polished opposing teurs were SftlrleyOsrnett and Bill Bill Edwards' ______._______ R O.Second these are Ethel: Packbam and Virginia i

: everyone's life at one time or Joe Allen Lander, Rivera Hundley, team 1614. last Due. They gave a little song- Team "Why do you do so much darning Alvarez i
The second set of
ther It is difficult to decide Darrah Johns, Billie Marwlck, Ger. games dance "I Don't Know Why I Love (Substitutions come from this ?" politely said Bill. The freshmen were representedby )

times and requires much de aldine Silcox, Selma Thornton, week was with Green Cove Springs I Yo Like I Do." This number was team) "Runs In the family," said Virginia Doahlu Smith and Annie Mae il '

ration When a person chooses Jacqueline Andrews Carrie Belle there The, last Friday afternoon defeated, Mrs. Kincnld's first grade's con Winifred Haren ____________ L. F. ama&e. t't k'
were again !
[certain profession, should he Bennett Winifred' Meldrln, Shir- the final girls 4-11. tribution. S G, Denmark ____________ R. F. ayl

,ose this just for what he gets ley Morgan, Jean Shuman, Eileen The boys score, however being, did better. At Next the sixth grade came Into Albert Crosby ________________ C. BOREE FUNERAL HOME sa''
of it, should he think of Vester McMillan, and
or KirkpatrIck,
the close of the the two prominence when Geraldine Silcox Edward Bagwell ____nn__ L G.
much he Is going to serve oth- Bertlce Silcox. teams were tied, 82-32.game An exten- sang "The Ford." I L. O. Jones ________________ R Q. Full line of Caskets A Undertakers Supplies t
Now take a doctor or nurse, .
Instance, does he or she go Into PROFESSORS NITWIT & sion of five minutes was agreed Agnes Hubbard of Miss Ed- If by some lucky fate we were DAY AND NIGHT ,
upon; in this brief time our boys wards' fourth, contributed the next to beat Andrew Jackson we would
s work to make money, or is it KNOWKNOT 53 PHONE 53
made 10 points while Green Cove number, "If Only These Glasses I still have to defeat Lee, Sanderson {
ause he humanto Scoundrels"Dear
wants to serve "Scientific O. U. BENNETT Mgr.
made nothing, leaving a score of Would Stay On My Nose," and and St. Paul In order to win
I '
relieve suffering, and top Professor : I "A HOME-LIKE:
? Professor Knowknot Is In 4232. Monteen Warren of Miss Budding- .] Our chances! are slimmer than
needy, suffering people I hear !
""se two professions require the hospital? What ails him Out of 20 games this season our I ton's fourth sang, "In the Little I slim. Still, let's hope for the best. INSTITUTION"l'

ch hard work; but a doctor very Best wishes for a speedy end. boys have won 10 This shows we Red School House" The boys will wear red jesaup.

lorn refuses to go to a call or Midge Marwlck. have an average team and our Virginia Anderson, Miss Perkins' : Maroon shorts, with black letters .
will be slim in the tournament 1 ,
chances and
see a person who la ill that het fifth, come to the "mike" and n mbel1l.---

sure of the pay. If the per Dear Midge: today and tomorrow as the I sang, "That Water .Mellon." fll.l

is in need of a doctor, he at- It's his head-he's had it off and first game will be between Andrew John Kinlaw, dressed in a cap- Rev. j
favorite Montgomery
Jackson the general I
"1s to this Job, whole-heartedly. on ever since he was a child. tain's suit was next and sang i i
basketball fans, and us this
a doctor or nurse is the rightd Litteral Illiterate, among "Don't Give Up the Ship." He represented Addresses ChapelHigh
at 8 a. m.
> he or she has much Influencer Prof. Nitwit morning Mrs. Hart's fourth.
However, we can hope for the
the patient. If they (doctor Miss Jacobs' roqm was next school chapel was held
host and a break.BKCAIJSK .
d nurse) had always had the Dear Profs: when Jean Shuman (blackface Friday, the seventh period, and we Ono gallon ,, ,

:ht spiritual training, think how When Professor Knowknot become ; OF HIS YOUTHBy :skit) recited "Speek Up Isaac were honored with a fine talk by could lift a '

ny people might be led to be- ill did his teeth chatter 'Press Yo'Self." Following was the Rev. B. M Montgomery of the #

ve much differently than they Hopefully yours A. W. A. ;number that won the prize. W. B. I Methodist Church. threetonTyrannosaurus 1
}G it
4 formerly Dr Al Kay Carlisle, P. D. Q. (With apologies! to The Epworth I McKinney of Miss Kitty Hog ed's The Lord'i Prayer and the saluteto

f teaching Is one's profession Highroad) second, dressed In a sailor suit, the flag followed by the beautiful -

're Is a vast opportunity for ser- Dear Dr. Carlisle, P. D. Q. sang "Popeye the Sailor Man old 1 song "Santa Lucia" openedthe 3X miles '

e, because she has a child un- We don't know whether they did "Time and tide wait for no ,The prize which he won was a pic- program.

+I' her influence more hours in or not-they were lying on the table man." : ture show ticket, ice cream soda, Rev. Montgomery then his

year than nearly any other one Fifty years had sped past, wars :and a box; of crayons. The room talk, taking his text from gave John.
-SOT NOW, take a child when The Cosmic Calamities had been fought, new nation. had received a beautiful picture "
He talked en) the subject 'If WeCan't
II starts. off to school, he Profs N & K. risen, new discoveries had been
Whltfield Mrs.
t Robert Find a Way We Should
idolizes his teacher and be- made.
Wright's third, presented "I've Got Make a Way." The talk carried a i
of 68
ves anything she teaches and Dear Profs: Raymond was now a man ,
In Nursery Rhymes. thought and a true Idea andIt
Rhythm My good ,
sieves- anything she says. That's I received your letter complaining Elaine his wife, was 67. Both were {
A pleasant surprise was in store left us better than we were before -
reason a teacher of sterling about the music stool I sold healthy and hardy still. ,
for the older people in the audito ,
racier is with it? That night when Raymond came
needed to teach begin- you.\ What Is wrong Charles Fender .
rium when sang'Lula's --
What a child learns or bevel Hurry up and answer home to supper he found a surprise ."
Back In
at this stage of life'usually Raymond Plummer. awaiting him When he camein Town. Interesting NotesBilly r, y itLLP

,'a with him through life. Teach- the door his son and two grand- Next Lois Newsome of Mrs rdr

'' >f understanding and attractive Dear Raymond: children rushed forward and em- Howard's fifth incited" "Whatsa Graham, one of our 1031

sonallty are especially needed We've twisted and turned it In braced him. "Gee, I'm glad to see Matter Stomache and Shirley graduates la in town we'hear. We

higher grades. every direction and we can't geta you, dad" said John. "You look Judd of Miss Mlddleton's first, hope Billy, one of Bradford's best '

person of it. swell." sang "She'll Me ComirT 'Round the football stars will
once asked. "Should single note out come to visit )

'I. after choosing your life's Promptly Puzzled, "I'm glad to see you, son How's Mountain us.

rk let it be known?" :It Is Profs N & K. Junior-and Ann," he asked, turnIng Next J 2, Anders of Miss Ha-

y wise Indeed, ,to tell people, with a smile to his two small zen's room played on his mouth The freshman clans has a new r-'i '

th whom you come in contact UIIAT WOULD HAPPEN IF- grandchildren. organ, "An Old Spinning Wheel," pupil, Erva Cubbage, formerly of ', 4'Y

tb what you're planning to be Skeet Tison wasn't good natur- "We Just fine, granddaddy," and last but not least, One Dem- Green Cove Springs. She has one ;

It he has failed he may be able ed? said Junior, pocketing with satisfaction orest of Mr. Ritch'a room sang, of our popular juniors Interested. ,

tell you where you're lacking. W. T Weeks got to class on the quarter his granddadgave "The Music Goes Down and 4'i

old< saying "Profit by another' time? him. Round." The seniors' have a new comrade

,eriences." well, this Is one time 'L. O. Jones. failed to answer a "And me too," little Ann addedto -- -. Althea 11, McCormick of CHru. -

""n choosing your life work, tbat question? her brother's statement. Exchanges i

.'< well to listen to others Virginia Alvarez didn't bite her That night Raymond, Elaine and "

l .*,..i.. ..' -. i. gathered .
"' Should never d..l't e "n;ernalla* What's ii M.r about cer

,'.' 'u. .nuj id going eh ii- Mrs. Den.. "< I"VM to m... !+ii.iu" use tutu., ic liil\ ,Iren had V the "Grants. Blossom"an exchangewith just tall twins and their Gainesville to
'\(1 the long ago gone to bed. visitors?
child should be given ev- her classes enjoyableThe
out the Frostproof H. S. They 'I I
") In the Senior "-But I just can't understandwhy by ----. ._
Pportunlty and main character
able to study different advantage profesnd play lost her voice? you were not elected SenatorIn are and memogarpblng! are doing a their good job own of paper It. THOUGHTS FOR TILE WEEK ; THAT EXTRA "LIFT" IN H-C ;

ns then he Is better prepar- Eunice Williams didn't have to yesterday's election, dad, said We don't know whether these Cleanliness Is next to Godliness. ,

tc, hoose his own profession.By give a talk In Law? John with a frown. A good deed la never lost; Who ;
or 1 3 miles
following quotations are original gives to more
added Elaine,
A. M. R. Chester Moody admitted liking "I can't either, not, but they are good. shows courtesy, reaps friendship; ,

.-- his wavy hair. looking at her busband. And he who plants kindness, gath- .
how It was," "There Is one advantage in tellIng gallon I K '
NEXT WEEK Johnnie Ree Cone didn't want a "Well, I'll tell you ers love.-Basil. per
didn't elect the truth- never have to !{ ,
'Iteday said! Raymond. They you
| March 12 : permanent wave? There's always room at the top, '
Elementary Chapel. Rosa Mae Rowe lost her chewing me because of my youth!" remember what yo\t.\, .say. but the elevator doesn't run that Ask the Sinclair Dealer =:.,.::-
''lav, March 13: ? John laughed, and Elaine smil "A joke may not cause an ene- high.

High gum ? ed. "But, dad," exclaimed John, my, but often costs a friend."
School Chapel. Joy Griner lost her temper
Life Is not so short but that
senior Play, "Betty Lou." By D. C. K. "you're holding out on us Why" -From the "Orange Blossom. there Is always time enough forcourtesy..Emerson. Agent Sinclair/ Relining Company (Inc.)

.---r you are 08. Your youth is spent. FOIL SIN: ('LAIt; PKODl'CTS
Pegs that A dejected grin overspread Ray- "Never run after a street car or
are rich In vitamin D, the Crawfish prefer streams F1IONE log
another will be alongany If you can't do great things remember -
ailed those that mend's face. "That's Just it. he a woman-
sunshine and south to
'Yitamln which north
run found out bow I minute." you can do small things J. H. WAINWRIGHT Agt.
sBenUal' for the of east and west on account of laughed. "They ,
prevention run
k ate the shadows of the banks. spent IU'! I Psychology Sam In "The Blotter' In a great way 8TAKKE, FLORIDA

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f 'PAGE____FOUR_,_"" 0---- ,'OOC''Co'C' ,,"" '-_________ M.q .______._________- -----_- -_ -_'__- ______.__. _.. .. ._ .. __ -- ." -- .- ---- ---- A- wild-- t flowers- -brightened- --.- i S I I
rf Junior Music Club Circles Of W. M. S. ''rye I
PowellConolyMrs. W. M. U. Circles where the guests wrr. *
i WednesdayThe Met MondayCircle lest.,
Met\ MondayCircle Met Mrs. F. I
Long ,
Willie Conolyof (.I t Ji?< i"
7t Junior Music Club of Starke Number One met at the presided over the 8*! ,
Monroe, Alabama Number One of the Woman's meetm,, ''IT '
home of Judge and Mrs. E. K. Per- ed for a financial ':&11.
Febru- ,
f30cietyj announcesthe met Wednesday afternoon report vII,
of the :
Mlssolnary Society
marriage of her Woman's Club ryman Monday afternoon and held given by Mrs. A. z Atk.n, >
lktti daughter tist Church met Monday afternoonat ary 26, at the an interesting meeting. A profu- circle is industriously F.actl'

t Bobbleto 3:30: o'clock at the home of Mn. House, with a good attendance of lion of yellow jessamine added to raise $100 to be ppi ll..1 WorkIng, k'
E. C. Priest, wl4btfrs.' G. P. Ray- members, visitors and counselors.The the charm of the large living room Christian Education ButJdlnll'" *
Church Roland F. Powellof meeting opened with the where the meeting was held. M. E. Edwards conducted M"I
i Honoree Presbyterian
'r Mrs. Blakely mond as co-hoitess There were *11I1
of the national Junior Club ship service and
Jacksonvilleon W. told
singing The circle leader, Mrs. j. the
JI At Party Gives Table Tea eleven members present. Mrs. L in unison, "Road :Maker Itotyy,'
L. the first day of March Q. Powell leader.waa in charge of song and the repeating White, presided over a business and Road Menders,
i ; ,I } Mrs. Sum Anderson and Miss The Woman's Club House was nineteen hundred and thirty-six the meeting and led the devotional of the club pledge and collect session and good reports were The program was dia"uaBI'd.,1, ,
Patricia Lambe entertained last the scene,, Tuesday afternoon, of in Starke Florida. which was taken from John, Following a. short business session made by the various committees.Mrs. I Mrs B. M. Mcntgomeu Wisih,' I I
Friday night, at the home of the a table tea, given by the Presby- Miss Bobble Conoly, of JacK- chapters 4 and 12. The regular presided over by the Presi- White conducted the devotional Amelia Ray.

former with a bil<1ge party honorIng terian Church, from 4 to 6:30 sonville, became the bride of Ro- routine of business was conducted. dent, Juanita Barefoot, the chairman service and read the 39th chapter : During the social perir i tbf, !I

: 9 Mrs. Jessie Mae Blakely, who o'clock. land F. Powell, also of JacksonVille At the conclusion of the business of the program committee, of Isaiah after which Mrs. turn assisted by Mr W a

... :: moved this week to Lake City. About twenty-five tables were Sunday afternoon. March 1, session & social hour was enjoyed Arch Thomas, Jr., announced the Perryman and Mrs. A. Wood sang Halle, served hot chO xoiat- .b l
Decorations were tow bowls of at six o'clock, in a quiet and Impressive sandwiches. ;
arranged at intervals in the large, during which the hostesses served program. "Heralds of Christ. The program :
'. narcissi and yellow jonquils which assembly room of the clubhouse. In ceremony, which was held delicious refreshments. It was de- Pictures and Music was the subject was "The Settlement, a The April meeting wn, h(. 'M [
:"f; were attractively arranged in the at the Methodist Church with the tamed by Mrs. E "
Trail Blazer in Social S.
the center of the room a long table cided that the April meeting would theme for the afternoon. A splendid Reform MatthewIII/Jd
rooms where the players sat.I I was laid with a Venetian lace cloth Rev. B. M. Montgomery officiat be held at the home of Mrs. A. M. description of the painting"Aurora" and those taking a part on the Mrs. H. B. McLendon. / i

I .i' When the scores were totaled iti' and centered with a tall vase of ing.The Darby. by Guido Real was givenby program were Mrs. White, Mrs. ----
was found that Mrs. Alma Bain narcissi silver candelabra holding bride had as her only attendant Mary Lorraine Stockwell. She Titus Olson, Mrs. W. E. Middleton
Circle Number Two was enter-
"i} was holder of high score for ladies green tapers added charm to the : her sister, Miss Flora Con'I''I'' tained by Mrs. W. L. Wall with told also of the life of the artist. Mrs. J. F. Colley Mrs. Charley E. REAL
; (
W. Hart
and Mrs. H. was
: J I" end of the of Jacksonville, Johns and Mrs.
t arrangement. At one oly as seventeen members present. The devotional This talk was Illustrated by the Ferryman. !
holder of low Q. W. Hicks
f ';:I" score table Mrs. S. E. Brownlee pouredtea honor. Mrs. Charlie music "Alba" composed by Ethel- The hostess, assisted by Mrs. TI-
was holder of score for men, was led by I
and at the opposite end Mrs. Mrs. Powell has a host of friends Powell, and Mrs W. J. Eppersonled bert Nevin and was played as a tus Olson, served an ice course to ESTATE
r and W. H. Hart was holder of low
: 1 ''I' Alverna Dean poured coffee. At I here who wish her much success the In The reg- piano and violin duet by Margaret the guests. IF YOU
awarded group
all prayer.
score. They were WANT I
''f 'g j: each table four guests were seated Ritch. Mrs. G. Mrs. Sam Anderson and Mrs. TO
and happiness. She Is a graduateof ular routine of business was taken Lowry and N. T.
The honoree also :
4 prizes. was BUY SELL
:\ I'II pre of violets and Hogan Smith will entertain OR RE\'T
low bowls pansies Bradford High School and liv- up and Mrs. Charlie Powell was appointed H. Lowry told of the place that Circle !
remembrances l ; centered! the tables and favors ed here for several years. to serve as chairman of the the church has played in the his- Number One the first Monday in SEE US- I(

were shamrocks cut from green paper Mr and Mrs. Powell will be at Enlistment Committee. The so- tory of music and art, beginningfrom April.
9 ,,,1 d The hostesses! served a delicious Decorations used were suggestive home to their friends at 1833 Lib- ciety was, happy to welcome Mrs. the time of the crude art of Circle Number Two met at the WILSONREALTY ;
\\1// salad with coffee to the
course to St. Patrick's Day, whichis home of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Sauls
christians found in the ,
( erty Street, JacksonVIlle. J r. E. Newsome as a new member. early
it I guests. observed this month. walls of the Catacombs on through with Mrs. Sauls: and Mrs. C. L. CORP.
Out-of-town Included: The circle had as a visitor a Mrs.
Those Invited with Mrs. guests
1 : .i/ to ue The was in charge of Stockwell as co-hostesses.
when art Nar-
;" program Brinson, Mr. and Mrs. W. Wheeler of Ovlcda, she gave an In- the Italian Rennalsance .. .. ,,, .. ..
.' j ;\'\ Blukely, were: Mr and Mrs W. H. Mrs. H. H. Young, which was open- Aubrey In the cissi, yellow jassamlne and other p '.- "' .,...
reached its highest point ,. 'I..iIt\! \
talk how .j.
Frank spiring on Missionarywork .
; (iF Hart Mr and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright ed with solo by Jean Davis M. Smith, J. R. Robinson -" j1. ,
I a piano decorations and sectional art
: ;I{ };, Jr., llr and Mrs. W. B. and was followed by a novelty j I O'Neal, Miss Frank Rollins Jim was carried on in her home mural cathedrals. ,
llundy Jr Mr. and Mrs J. D. Campbell Phillip Carruthers, Miss church. The meeting was closed of the great European
I ''
: :
) ? "I'm the Sailor Man,
song, Popeye! I talk accompanied with an Routed I I
This Freshly
;, Doyle, Mrs Alma Bain, and O. W who dressed In a sailor cultby Virginia Hadock all of Jacksonville with prayer by Mrs. Wheeler The was Freshly Ground:
I. ,, hostess, assisted by Mrs. H. C. exhibit of the most famous Ma
$ t ,,,. Hicks. George Means, Gainesville
1 ''I r.\ a. W. B. McKtney accompanied by Mrs. Tolbert H. Black, Lake City,, Wall and Mrs. J. E. Wilson, serveda donnas, and a study of the life of COFFEE :
t,1 Mrs. Jeanette Klncald. A reading,
Mrs. W. S. Gibson, St. Petersburg. delicious salad course to those Raphael the world's greatest ar- Aa*
\ Yo'
p' 1.1FH I'\Nl'It.\Nr"1 Up Isaac-'Press
{. Spenk
members present. Mrs. G. W. Al-
Pays the Mortgage, maintains
Jean Shuman, tist.Mrs. [
Self, was given by
a r the home duriitc the (children U. D. C. ChapterMet derman will entertain the circle at L. A. Canova gave a very CIRCLEfSTAus.
In blackface makeup, "I Don'tKnow "
4 "Rich FullBodied"
"lUldIt'lIo18c :\
I \\
'' prolvde for old age. the April meeting. interesting talk taking for
I Love You Like I Do; WednesdayMrs.
II. T. II4I.I.. Jn., AicrntTHH Why theme, "When the World Was
Circle Number Three Mrs. E. (
q I t f'' rUMVtl' 'l..tlt .. a song-dance, was given by little 1 20c
| IF B. Flynn, Miss in Music. She told of the SN10 I
George Young
L. leader, met at the Pasto-
\ Office by "",.k. ......,. Miss Shirley Garrett, who was at- Biggs 4
I 1 Hturbp Kin. ractlvcly costumed for the number Madge :Middleton and Mrs. Flor- rlum Monday night at 7:30: with first forms of music that were developed 1
I ; I ence K. Canova were joint hostess- by primitive man-and nOKAR--"Vlgorolls-\VII1PY"
I I she also accompanied by Mrs. R. J. Davis and Miss Eunice WMEREE(0NOMYRUlE3 i
Wednesday afternoon to the how music had developed in Biblical Per Lb. 24c '
f Perkins as hostesses. There was a '
: ; Mrs. Klncald. John Klnlaw, attired I
; '- W. T. Weeks Chapter, United '" times.
. in captain's uniform, total of eleven members present,
a ship
f"R" Daughters: of the Confederacy, at including two'new members and The club adjourned until the 'ONA t
"Don't Give Up The Ship.
{ y t !TZ THEATRESTARKB "Beauty sling In a Rose Garden" (Mac- the home of Mr and Mrs. Flynn one visitor. Mrs. A. M. Darby opened third Wednesday of March when TOMATOES 4 for 25c
which made attractive
was more
Dowell) was very charmingly played the meeting with a prayer, each member of the club will contribute :
i solo by Margaret with oarly Spring flowers of aza. which was followed by the scrip- a musical number to the .. I,
as a piano
Lowry, and Mrs. K. G. Duncan lens, snow-drops, delphinium anda I ture lesson, read by Mrs. H. T. program.> NO. 1 MAINEPOTATOES ,I
huge bowl of pear blossoms. Hall, Jr. The regular routine of
rend an article on the origin of St.
BEGINNING FRIDAY atrlck'g Day which proved very The business session was presided business was taken up and Mrs.E.L. 10 Lbs. 19c t

,' FUIIV, MAIICII G Interesting to the audience. Mrs. over by the president, Mrs. L. I Biggs gave '"a discussion on the __ .
A. Z. Adkins in her lovely soprano G. Powell, and after hearing reports book, "Who Is ,My Neighbor," illustrating MULLET DIXIE GRANULATE n' n -- r
"FRISCO KID"Tomes Wild Irish and attending to other mat- the high points on the
voice "My
t ; is, r} Cngtny Rose," with Mrs. L. A. Canova as ters of business the historian, Mrs. blackboard. A social hour was afterwards 3 Lbs. for___ _. 25c SUGAR 5 Lbs. 23c !
rep MargaretSATURDAY U'ld..ey. piano accompanist. E. K. Ferryman read a sketch of I enjoyed by all members
the life of Jefferson Davis. Hostesses Hostesses for the next .
"p On each plate, which was served present. --- - I
MARCH 7 for the April meeting are meeting will be announced at a SCOCO COMPOUND I
the was placed an
guests appetizing SHRIMPPer
At: j ; & Double Feature salad cheese crackers, and Mrs. A. M. Darby, Mrs. E. S. Mat- later date.Woodman. LARD 2 Lbs. 25c

b'I mints served with either tea or thews and Mrs. H. B. McLendon. I Lb. u 20c

"Little America"Admiral coffee. During the social period the mu- Circle NoticeThe H __ _
rt sic chairman presented the followIng (,
to be
The affair proved very
n Byrd successful. The proceeds amounted lovely program: "The Spider I Starke Grove wil hold Its OYSTERSPer 'ona-No.2 Can Lettuce 2 for ISc l
Dance" (Charles J. Wallace), by I Large Corn 3 for 25c
I and to( approximately $40, and is toe regular meeting Tuesday night. Fancy !
used toward the church. Mrs. K. G. Duncan. Two vocal March 10 at 8 o'clock at the hall. Quart 55c
f1 'Branded a Coward'i' numbers by Mrs. K. J. Davis, with All members ere urged to be pres- Early June No :2 can Tomatoes Lb lOc r

i'' Miuk Brown L dies' Auxiliary Mrs. E. L. Biggs as accompanist: ent. RMrs.IL.'S Peas 2 for 15c FANCY DELICIOUS
"Three Roses" (Emmett J. Welch)
X SUN.-MON., MARCH 8-9 To Meet TuesdayThe Hutto, Sec. MAGNOLIAFISH Apples 4lbs. 25cork
.' and "Red Sails in the Sunset" lonNo.2 Can 2 for .
"Peter Ibbetson"Oury (Jimmy Kennedy). '
1 Ladles' Auxiliary of the G. Duncan, Mrs. E. K. Stringless Beans 15c
Perryman, MARKET 2Sc
Cooper Presbyterian Church will hold its The hostesses assisted by Mrs. ''Mrs. L. H. Hill/Mrs. J. M. Brown- Apples 6 Ibs

t } Ann Hurtling regular monthly meeting at the"home E. L. Biggs, little Betty Ann Flynn lee Mrs. E. L. Biggs Miss Olive Ann Page, No. 2 can 2 for Collards Bnch Sc
and Janet Anderson, served a delicious
of Mrs. K. G. Duncan next
* Ray, Mrs. W. E. Middleton.
'L*! '. TUES.-WED.: MARCH 10-11 Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. congealed salad course with I Apple Sauce l5c Celery 2 for 1Sc

'Feather In Her Hat'I Dr. G. H. Lowry will make his annual hot tea.
,. address to the ladles, and will Mrs. Flynn, Mrs. Canova and II grace distinctive flowers P&G Soap 3 bars lOc Cabbage 2 heads 1Sc
Paulino Lord
I talk.on Mexico, our neighbor. We Miss Middleton had as guests Mrs. cherry at herschel
'. TIIURS.-FBI., MARCH\ 12-13 will finish page 19 of our Bible W. L. Wall, Mrs. L. G. Powell, Miss
prepared.The Etta Tison, Mrs. W. O. Halle, Mrs.R. Jacksonville I C'IIOIC'E
', i question,book so come
:. "THE RAVEN"Dorin Treasurer will make her annual J. Davis Mrs. H. T. Hall, Jr., phone 7-2129 SALAD OIL Gallon $1.25
}it Karloff report at this meeting, and Mrs. J. E. Wilson Mrs. L. A. Ren- smart center pieces unusual corsages

, ills deli Logout nolds, Miss Amelia Ray, Mrs K. flowers for gifts
announcements for the new year's -
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,.. -- work will be made. PLAIN OIt SELF-R'SING-IONA

S a.: -

r ei.l : 6 Lbs. IZ Lbs. 2Lb". 4S Lla.

\\t#'*I FAST COLOtBt 4 FISH 7 c OYSTERS 45 C : !SCOCO 23c 39c 7Sc $1.49

vi L Qt. .
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CASH & CARRY : LARD 8-Lb. Carton 99c

i I Everything Sold Under Money Back Guarantee I --- - - -


5, STEAK, lb. 20c BUTTER 28-oz. 12Mc ,I PHILLIPS BUCKWHEAT 2 Pkgs. 15c:

l8c MIXED PRINCE ALBERT, Can lOc I SOUP, Vegetable or Tomato Can 5c:

GROUND MEAT, lb. -. 12% e II TEA Our 37c
20c JEWEL Own /2 Ib 19c; Lb. :

1 i, r Per YardLADIES' I RIB BEEF STEW, lb. 10c

lS t n .
22 111: 43 ,". OROI'NO DULY WHITE iiorsE

I lb. MILK 3 Tall Cans 19c

: I" SILK HOSE Itl"ltp 2.1a ValueSPECLt4 I FLOUR 24 Lbs. 75c NEW\ SYRUP, Gal. 42c -

: Knee &: Full Length I GRITS 10 Lbs. 25c

49c Pr. 20c Ea. TOMATO CATSUP 14-oz lOc BREAD, 3 Loaves 25c VICTORY |

y : I Kc PKG. Lb. Cans


SEEDLESS I COCOA Iona Lb. 8c; 2 Lbs. ISe

I ''I. : GRITS 10 Ibs. 24c RAISINS. SULTANA:

UK 15 oz. Pkg." !;: ._ _8c'O. : TIC A "TI T"T Of: TITC1"SUNNYFIELD -* Pound 1 11;,

1 +1I > I IKISII
89c to 2.25 / SUGAR 5 Ibs. 23c I II

POTATOES 10 L&s. 18c OATS 3 Lb. Box ISePA'IFIC

3 Rolls
ONIONS, 3 lbs. lOc"OTTOV n.\.J.\1I

ji :. New Spring Shoes I I 2 lb. Can 15c < i iII S.LADDRESSING Pt. 15c Qt. 29c

t Arriving 50c to 95c i l0u BOX .i SEED MEAL 100 lbs 1.49 ;- --

SEE THEM !Many Sty Ito: Select II t .ASPIRIN Box 3c SHORTS, 100 lb. bag 1.69 OUANO\.OTIJER.S-Fr..h.BREA; D l-oz. Rolls PlaJn or I-I-oz ESlleed 1"-oz. 24-oH lOc

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FRID 11'_ ., 1\URCJI,_ 8, Id38; -- ___ __ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAnKE, FLORIDA 1'\01 Flvlr ,
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L. D. VlnlDg and A. J Thomas The following local girls; will attend I'JOHNS TO RUN ON I. -
attended the Americana Legion I the annual R. o. T. C. Military I KKCOK) IN LEGISLATL'UK
Convention which was held in Ball at the University of FlorIda -
Bits of Lake City, Sunday.Mr. In Gainesville. Friday night: (Continued From Page One) NOTICE TO CANDIDATESAND
Misses Hazel Adkins. Lois Adktns,

and Mrs. Louis Shrlver, of Dorothy Sapp, and Annie Mae I grained in the past session of the PROSPECTIVE CANDIDATESit
Jacksonville, and Mrs Ira R. Corn, Pearce. legislature enables me to be bet- h
Local I Nevb' of Pasadena, Calif., were here Sun- ter qualified to serve the people I
day visiting friends. Mrs. Faye alp l left Tuesday for represent and I am asking every Although investigation has led us to

CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND Wilmington, N. C., where she was man, woman and child of Bradfordand believe that the usual charge for Po-
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wood, of suddenly called'due to the serious Union Counties to support and
PROGRESS OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWN Gainesville, spent the past week- Illness of her daughter-in-law. Mrs. help me to realize one of my ambitions litical Announcements throughout the i ? ,

end here with Mrs. Wood's mother, W. T. Gill. Mrs. Gill was accompanied In life by electing me your State is $10 the Telegraph announces i
Mrs. George B State Senator and In return I promise
Flynn.G. to Jacksonville by Mr. and
" I Mrs J. D. Doyle. to serve you to the best of the following rate for this class of advertising 1
f 1_ M. Bennett returned to his my ability h
" Col and Mrs. D. E. Knight spent Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Morrow, of home in White Springs recently Respectfully, stc
Tuesday In Palatka. Jasper, was here Saturday visit- after a visit here with his daughter Mrs. Vonda Inman, Mrs. L. S. Charley E. Johns."
ing friends.Dr. Mrs. A. H. Johns. Hutto, Mrs. Jerry Moore, Miss -- Political Announcements j: :
Amy Moore, and Miss Vonda In-
t Mr anaJacksonvlllDavis spent W. E. Middleton Is enjoyingan Mrs. F. H. Long, Dr. and Mrs man attended the District meetingof Thornton. E. Thornton Takes, former ChargeW. If Inserted Before April 1 7 50 ''

': outing" at his camp at "Piney B. S. Carroll, of Jacksonville, spent the Woodman Circle, which convened night marshal and lately employedat city (Not more than 50 lines) a r '
Bluff, at Jacksonville Friday and t
Ga. ,
i; Rep and Mrs. C. E3. Johns spent!! Friday and Saturday of last week Saturday of last week. the State Prison Farm, took
j visiting In Jacksonville. visiting in Tallahassee.Mrs. over his duties as jailor at the Political Announcements
Sunday Bill Duncan, of Jacksonville, was --- ;>
i! -- Manassa' will spend the here Sunday visiting his mother, O. L. Beasley has returned Meeting with Mrs. W. P. Smithon serve county as jail a deputy Monday sheriff.He will also If Inserted After April 1 C ft A
Henry Ga.ftr Mrs. A. E. Wall from Tampa where she spent sev- Friday at 3p. m. the W. C. T. J WAds
weekend In Atlanta --- --
: [ (Not than 50 lines) ,
coming eral days with her parents, Mr. U. will hold a devotional current Weeds Indicate the character of more l
L. A. Davis has been confined to and Mrs. A. C. Durden. event and business session. Itemsof
Jessie Mae Blakely and son, the soil in which they grow. Sheep 1 l G
week for Lake City, his home for several days with an information concerning W. C. T. sorrel grows In acid ground, wild '
luil\ this
left Running More Than 50 Lme. Will Be ,
ittheri win make their home attack of Influenza.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. White, Mrs.S. U. work will be furnished by the carrot in polr soil, and moss indicates
brother and sister-in-law, J. White and Mrs. Fred Seva, President and will be of Interest to a need for drainage. Charged At Proportionate Rates. Z
Iwitb jvlr nd her Mrs. Johnnie S. Baisden. and Mrs. Gordon Blitch, of all ,of Live Oak. were guests Wednesday those who attend. --.--.-.---.--.
Jacksonville, were guests Tuesday of Mrs J. W. White. -'--"-- The late King of
of Mrs. J. W. White 1 I Mr. and Mrs. George A. Ander- land made George of Eng- DISPLAY ADVERTISING) 23c; I'EK INCH t,
a hobby rearing budgerigars ,
Mrs. T. T. Long and Mrs. D. P. son moved this week into the "
A % ;: the beautiful Australian ALL POLITICAL ADVERTISING 1 ,
CENT WORD Mrs. Rosa Balsden, Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter spent the past weekendin house, which was formerly the lovebirds. I '
Ted Stllley, of Jacksonville, visit- Baconton, Ga., as the guests of Bennett house, on Church Street. .-__ ..._ I I'AYAHLE IN ADVANCE ,
COLUMNFOR ed relatives here Sunday.Dr. their mother, Mrs. W. T. Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Harrington In Paris rare species of butter-
and small son moved Wednesday flies I
were made
with 0, L. Haynes, Othma Haynes Carl Stroman returned Tuesdayto Into the house formerly occu- common ones and sold to pieces unsus-of I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH ; t tk
SALEFresh milk cows Jr., and L,. M. Gaines spent Thurs- Tallahassee, after a visit here pied by Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, pecting collectors .
1 heifer calf, Jerseys and Hol- day of last week In Jacksonville. with her mother, Mrs. W. S. Stro- on Cherry Street,, t't'i'
steins. Daddy of calves pure bred man, and sister, Mrs. S. S. Dowl --- '1.,':. :: : ;; : '
'' -
I University-other Cot and Mrs D. E. Knight and ing. Woman's Club To -M-s''a'I" "
I Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Simmon were
I record over 400 Ibs. C. Letsch recent visitors Jacksonville. Meet Wednesday .e's"T' 'TOP'GROCERY WtSPECIALS
., J. C. Manning returned to his I''P"
.. siRUP ,1
2-28-2tp home here Saturday from Jack- TheVoman'lI Club of Starke ( :
FOR SALE--Genuine Missionary Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Landrum and sonville, where he underwent an will hold its sixth meeting of the lOc I k
] strawberry plants 2.35: per little daughter, Idell, left yesterday optical operation at St Vincent's year Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 C. II. NASWOKTHY, Owner and Operator ; 7
I thousand, F. 0 B. Judsonia, Ark. for a few days visit in Inverness. Hospital. o'clock, at the Club House.At Gal. 50c I I' \
I Order direct or place your orders this meeting the Junior De- '. ('
l with E B. Wells, Lawtey, Fla. Miss Dorothy Clair Klckliter has Little Miss Sammie Carr, daughter partment, of which Mrs. O. L SALT ; t.j: ; ,
Ill. Wood & Son, Judsonia, Ark.4t been confined to her home for sev- of Mrs. F. H. Carr, of Atlanta Haynes is chairman, Is In charge of OLD ','. 7
eral days with an attack of influenza Ga., arrived Tuesday to spend the program. The Juniors have an SPRUPGal. :, "'
4 RoxealOc ; '
the summer with Mrs Miriam Interesting program planned for THIS WEEK-END, MAR. 6.7 ,; ; ,> 1:!"

FOR SALE Two wheel house this meeting. .. 40c 4 il .
Klckliter.I' '- t 4 !
trailer. 6'ixl6 feet. Equippedwith Mrs. L. C. Ray returned Tuesday Hostesses for the afternoon are: I ..:-".- : ,. ': '". < r"- : l! ,
sink, water tank, bed, clothes from Clearwater and Dunedin, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Randall and Mesdames M. K, Edwards, J. H. : It
I closet. cupboards, etc. Bargain for where she visited friends and rela children, of Jacksonville, spent the Klnlaw, H. C. Hitch, J. E Wilson, Oil 7:30 1 IJ4, : L'ii .:
leash or exchange half cash and tives. past week-end here with Mrs. C. B. Price, Misses Mina Manassa, OFFif" Lb. 17c SUGAR Pounds 23c ; :,1
(what have you, C. V. Ingleright, Randall's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Hazel Adkins, Mary Lee. Wynn. ; :
I Haynes Grove or Box 681, Starke, Miss Martha Brownlee, of Jack. M. Alvarez. ---.- -- -- .
Fla. Itp sonville, spent Sunday here with ELECTIONINFORMATION FANCY \'' IN BLUE' ROSE

( FOR SALE--"One Missionary Million Strawberry Maryland her Brownlee.parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. I! F.Mr.Jr.,and of Mrs.Jacksonville C. F. Boyer, spent and the C. RICE 'oLF5'P 22c MEAL 10 Pounds 20c ;;; : :'. ; .

past week-end here with Mrs. ,i '
I plants $1.50 per thousand fob Mr and Mrs. J. G. Lynn and Boyer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. GIVEN FOR BENEFIT OF nonil 5-STK1NO, rAINTKI \NHI.K f r rs il
Thurmond Farm, Cas-
I Castleberry. VOTERS AND
[tleberry, Ala" 2-6-6tp children the past, Shirley week-end and In Betty Lake, spent City C. Manning CANDIDATESRegistration BROOMS Ea. 25c GRITS 10 Pounds 25c 1 t

[NEW SEEDS, true to- name- with relatives. H. H. Stroman went to Lake books opened Mon .
Corn Beans, Potatoes, Chufas, City Sunday and entered the Vet- day in the various county precincts ,, / '
(Peanuts, and Velvet Beans. Stock Mr. and Mrs. James Godbold, of 'eran's Hospital for treatment. Mr. with the following deputies: Law I 'I' .
I and Poultry Remedies. Cole Planters Jacksonville, were week-end guestsof Stroman was accompanied to Lake tey, G. W. Roberts; N. Starke, PaulE. .1 .
I and Fertilizer Distributors, at Mrs. W, S. Stroman and Mrs. City by A. J. Thomas. Canova; S. Starke, J. W. Mor P
I White's Store. 2-14-41 S. S. Dowling. I gan; Hampton V. Jones; Ther- ...
.. Miss Marjorle Stump, student at essa, Mrs. J. P. Dickinson; New M
MALE HELP WANTED Leslie Biggs, student at Stetson r the Florida State College for Women River, Mrs. Marlon Sapp; Brooker, CELERY Lge. TWc' RIB STEW Lb. .IOe i \
I DIESEL, ENGINES-National organization University in DeLand, spent the I at Tallahassee, spent the past G. B. Colson.
will interview men, past week-end here with Dr. and \\'Y.M'I'Y.ltN-F'NCY, I t
week-end here with hr parnts, Mr. These books close in the pre : : !!
I mechanically inclined, to start Mrs. E. L. Biggs. and Mrs. F. F. Stump. cincts at midnight, April 6, but until iIHIfJi, ; \ :
I for service CHUCK ROAST Lb. 15cNMI'IILE.WHOLE t. : \'f
training immediately
--- that time will be open from 9 LETTUCE Lge. Ttfc : :
land Installation work. Tools fur- Mr. and Mrs. Hannibal Slmth, of Miss Evelyn Stump, student at o'clock a. m. to 12 o'clock noon, : :
I niahed. Write today. Schoeck Diesel Indianapolis, Indiana, were here the Florida State College for and from 2 o'clock until 5 o'clockin Olt HALF .ti ,
Training Division, care Bradford the first of this week visiting Mrs. will the coming week NO. HUSH
I Women, spend the afternoon each day. PICNIC HAMS Lb. 18c ![i r1'
County Telegraph. 2-28-2tp W. E. Middleton. :
week-end here with her parents, They will be open Saturday nights ff :
Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump. until 9 o'clock. POTATOES 10 Ibs. 19c KANOY ClAJttCLUB ;
;: ---- After April 6 the books will be ;!:
Mrs. James Shepard returned moved to the office of H. C. Wall, STEAKS Lb. 22c ,
R Are you one of those unfortunate Monday to her home in Hilliard county supervisor of registration, NO. I SUEKTPOTATOES h I
Individuals, whose parents, when after spending the week-end here I where they -will remain open IIOCHI.KSS ; ;{ I
you were a youngster, used to go with her son-in-law and daughter through April 30, during the same 10 Ibs. 15c ::1rt
to town and buy you a pair ,of Mr. and Mrs. C. A, Knight. hours each day except Sundays. .1
v hops, and rather than take them Last date for payment of poll FANCY YORK ""' "',\1'N"Y \VKHTEKN 1 '. .
Mr. and Mrs Harold C. Wall will taxes Is May 16, and voters are
buck, you wore them, whether theyfit have as their guests, at their warned to be sure that their 1931 ,
or not? If you are, and you arepaying Kingsley Lake Cottage, for the and 1033 poll taxes are paid. I APPLES 6 Ibs. 25c ALL MEAT ROAST lb 22e ;ffJ, t

/ the penallty now, with coming week-end, Mr. and Mrs. Oaths and filing fees for county Ii
coma and bunions, don't do your Maxville Snyder, of candidates must be filed with the CIl \KM Kit OK "'""" CAN U 111'IK KIItltON-I1KST i
kids that way. Bring them to my county clerk nob later than May 7,
store and get them shod the correct Mr. and MM. T. N. onVllle'l twenty-five days before the first

way. as their guests this week primary, June, 2. Coffee 12c Lard II Ec :
daughters, Mrs. Tolbert H. Black, The first Itemized statement for c Ib :
of Lake City, and Mrs W. S. Gib- campaign expenses of county can- :\
son and small son, of St. Peters- didates must be filed! with the clerk 'f

, burg. not before May 3 and not later .
---- than May 7. The second statementIs
Mrs. Louis H.Jill: of Lawtey, to be filed not before May 21 SPAGHETTI or MACARONI 3Pkgs. l lOc :: Ii
t) was here Wednesday afternoon at. and not later than May 24. The
tending a meeting of the W. T. third statement not earlier than ,
Weeks Chapter, U D. C., at the June 24 and not later than July 3.
home of Mr. and Mrs. George B. The statement of political workersIs TOMATOES No 2 can 6Mc I CHEESE Lb. 23c L ;
Boy Flynn. to be filed at the same time as
t I''
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Miss Lois Adkins who Is attending second primary Is to be held Octagon Soap or Powders, Pkg. 2Y2C .'n'v ..f; !

Tallahassee the, Woman's returned Wednesdayand College in I June 23.FOR. Octagon Cleanser, Can 5c : .J i t';

is several days with I lOc ESIIMPLEXION r& I
.ARE THESE upending Octagon Chips, Package : ;

GOOD// her Adkins.parents, Judge and Mrs. A z.// GOVERNOR Octagon Toilet Soap, Bar 5c '' ) i '.

-- ---- Suds, Package .. tOe 1rgJ.
will be
Mrs. J. L, Matthews BRUSH : ,
PARENTS all know thatit week-end guest of Col. and Mrs. BEST UIIITKBACON

takes good honest D.spent E. Knight.the past Mrs.three Matthews months has In I B.F.PATYCandidate Pound l7e :{rhJ

Miami and Is en route home to I .-AND 3 BANDS FROM
leather to stand the wear Alachua. KOIMNO

and tear a boy --* .- I BACON Pound 12e 1 ..PAIMOLIVESOAP : # .
G. L. Patten, who has been employed I for DemocraticNomination ) ; 1-
with "he C. C. C Depart
his shoes. ,
gives 'ment, with headquarters In Jacksonville For BANANAS 4 Pounds 15c .
These Do 1. for the past five months, wr = for 15c :tI::
returned Wednesday to resume his HOME: MI: j jBACON I
I They're Good practice of law GOVERNORSTARKE :
/A/ I HAM Lb. 23c \
or '
, ., looking. andt'ruirg. Bill Graham, of Raeford N. C., ;..j J..
, >.. Is s' -'-<1'r ocv-r, 1 ..n..'.. "w" I ""''i ti r
..... ._. ... Wt.;
.. ..s '' : 1 na g.'ann..rtont:: o'u. SILVKK HIM. ;-SEIF-HISINJ 6-I.nS. 12-LKS. 21-LIJS ,;: at 1
I Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. He Is on a
leave of absence from his position ,

195 to I with the A. A. A. FLOUR 22c 39c 75c jhl ;

! 295 Friends hero of Miss Patsy Brin- Saturday, March 7,
of will be pleased to
son Hugh .
!, I hear that she Is convalescing from I 1936, 10 A. M. 1l V ,:,. ) ?'r'i ,
an appendectomy which she underwent 1 ( ; .
at St, Vincent's Hospital .
elLIT in Jacksonville recently. Save the COUPONSBallardsOBELlSKFLQUR. .. }: : ,
'' "Let Us Restore the Ad- CALO-CAT AMI IKMiFood3for25e ii' i
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee anddaughters
l MUses Mary and ministration Of Our State :' ';
Madge, spent Sunday in Government To A Hasis Of ,
as the guests of the Rev. and / IIM agfl 20 98 .nelIr .
; .
] Mrs M. C. Stith. Miss Mary I Fundamental Integrity." eM aIpe us. :
I Brownlee remained for a longer "I
visit. I Id. tt


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': [ t i _1 -. -- -- --... m- I "REDUCED ACREAGE" NOT TRUE TALLAHASSEEThe, ,
- rf way, under the 'Present Se I
I," I Florida, for aa alien t,, 'J" *

: L' Tick Eradication Prove Boon-to, try farms appeared in Florida in LIVE STATE NEWSNews from laws the Attorney homestead General tax ,-x.,"rnptl"w? '
: ; ; Livestock Induct 17. the period of fifteen years or an Landis has held. Even ,

I ,j increase of 1,000 poultry farms per th''gh ,
) of Florida in Short Paragraphs person may be otherwise ,, ,
Demonstration Agents During the last four or five year. I Attorney General Landis qlia1ltled
Conducted by about showed the most heln! .1))
years we have heard much Egg production opinion rendered to ?
11 ttI reduced acreage la general farms remarkable incre ..,- from a production M. Lee he is not Comptroller\\L J
IDWIL' entitled
In the state, however the data of 6,630,000 dozen in 1920 bat- 111III"48" -- >> tax exemption to

f. i .......... -- ...& given In this story about Florida to 20,000,000 dozen In 1935. ThisIs constitutional granted amendment by \th,. Delf

n agriculture reveal & different pic an increase of 206 per cent in PALATKA MARKET BUILDINGS BOMBED ''ID1tII,

i : ;i 1 Ii I I Hints To Housewives ture. It Is written by a specialistwith egg production in a period of fifteen PALATKA-Clearing and grub- MIAMI-Detectives consideredthe sides he is a in citizen the state.of Florida The ,,1, *
} RURAL Bureau. The value of pro- East "
the State Marketing years. eggs bing: for the first unit of the possibility "envious" fellow- was given In "PltlIOII
SENSE The census of 1920 credited Florida duced in 1920 waa (2,178,660, and Palatka Farmers Market Is practically contractors instigated! bombinghere with am u.
: COMMON cation of British
i .: it ;4I Weekly from Home Dernonntratlon with having /64,005 farms; the the value of egga produced in 1935 completed, and work of ,of three unfinished residence emption. a subject ,lOt ,,.

By SPUDS JOHNSON Specialist. TsJInhnMfm census of 235 shows that Floridanow was $3,000,000. though the price of construction will likely begin next and planting of "dud" explosives ---.
I''1 has 72,857 farms. This is an eggs In 1935/ was much lower than : week, it was stated today by Miss In other buildings under construc FEBRUARY WAS- -

','') Increase of 18,852 farms in a per- in 1920. Esther Bohn, in charge of the tion. Reporting an Investigation WIT:
j ; STRONG EFFORT NEEIED EXTRA MINUTES iod of fifteen an increase of Florida producers receive a much JACKSONVILLE F" h I
yeari local WPA projects office. of last night's) partial wrecking of '
CROP LOSS time when fell short only one of the tii.iJ: I
I" TO How to find for their
I j more than 1000 farms per year, or higher price per dozen a house failed to disclose labor or
I" record of
: FROM ADVERSE there seems to be anythatIs daY9111 :
t I an Increase of thirty-five per cent eggs than does the general farmer other trouble Detective Chief L. ,
I' 1 The weather trite subject, ac- the housewife's eternal problem. in the number of farms. of the south and mid-west. One MANY ATTEND WEDDING measurable amount of rainfall dat. f
O. Srarboro said "unsuccessful
.fI.' : cordlog to tradition, but very far Miss Flavia Gleason, state home reason for this Is because of the I ST. PETERSBURG- Ten thou- Ing that month, and proved tok "
1I ; from being trite in actual everyday demonstration agent, says there Not many people think however of Florida fact Florida egga are of better sand persons filled Williams Park contractors possibly" envious-- : the wettest similar month ,rn tin t tI
stock state
live be
I l life. Weather this winter has are four main places to look for as stock a the and quality. Until the Florida Depart I here to witness the public leap might responsible. I past fourteen years. Statistics at 1

p ::1 ,' been anything but trite. I It and several things that can be cattle live in the on herds range play a dairy Important ment of Agriculture began the rig- year wedding of Miss Winifred H. the local Weather Bureau ri>vaM|
; 4 .':) Frost and excessive rains have done to release extra minutes. Ad- part In Florida agriculture. Id enforcement of the egg law, Smith, 19, and Alexander Takacs, TO CONDEMN LAND that there were thirteen iav win, I

1 ''f ;' dealt a heavy blow to many Florida ded together they will give a surprising According to the records of the Bureau which requires eggs to be sold on 21, as the climax of a prosperity JACKSONVILLE J. Thomas a measurable amount of precipit,.

I t \\I' farmers this year and thousands total. of Animal Industry there grade, poor quality eggs were often day celebration. Miss Smith, a Watson, special assistant to Attorney tlon during February, when me 'c. 'f

I tj:;: of dollars worth of crops First, look for unnecessary were 638,981 head of cattle on sold as Florida eggs which I former Fitchburg, Mass., girl, had General Cummings, has announced tal rainfall reached 5.u 'nctiw "

t. ; II, have been destroyed. However. tnska. Why do anything Just because Florida farms In 1920, by 1935 this worked to the detriment of the signed an affidavit that she pro- suits are being preparedfor compared with a normal) i l' the, 'I
t had below zero temperatures that posed in true leap style condemnation of about month of 3.09.QUICK.
,,4 \ wfl| haven't your mother did it way, had Increased to 84 ,73". The census Florida poultrymen. I year 5,000 I
I ,J'', for weeks at a time and or because your neighbor will of 1935 also shows that cattle A few price quotations from the 4> acres of land In Putnam Countyfor '

: .'! we haven't had snow and Ice and think you odd to omit it? Ask were kept in 48,801 herds. various atatea given below( show 'I FlOUT CHILD MARRIAGE right-of-way for the Gulf-At ,Tc:1': ;; ;: :: =: ; tt::.. t tr

: .j alush like many other sections of yourself, "la it essential to the Clearing Florida of cattle ticks the advantages of the Florida poul- TAMPA- Plans to inauguratean lantlc Ship Canal. He said acquisition .

>, ''I r' '1 the nation have had. So, maybe happiness and welfare of my fam- has been one of the outstandingreasons tryman.: On December 28, 1935, I active campaign against Flor- of this land will give the SERVICE

I : our lot hasn't been so hard after ily that I I Iron the underwear?" "Is why there has been such the price paid poultrymen for number ida marriage laws, which are declared United States Army engineers pos- MATTRESS

: v';i : all.Well It better to make bread or to buyit progress made. In many north and one candled eggs In Tennessee to permit the marriage of session of about 25,000 acres for CO. :

I : some will say, the fact ?" "Is it better to use a commercial northwest Florida counties In the was 28c-30c per dozen, or an average -I 12-year-old children, were begun at the canal. Approximately 65,000 S81 PARK ST.

that Florida ha n't been frozen service or do that particular six years following the cleaning of of 29c. Florida poultrymenIn the meeting of the Hillsborough acres are needed hi all for the JACKSONVILLEOld I

\ "4 hard does not eliminate the louse task myself Sometimes the these counties of cattle ticks the Florida received for eggs of the County Council of Parent-Teacher $143,000,000 project. The land so Mattrcaneo Rebuilt Like :
from weather we saved a commercial servicecan 39o to 41c dozen. Associations at Twin Lakes school. far obtained is in Marlon
t of our growers time by number of cattle has almost dou same grade per County. New Regardless< of ('on I have had. True enough, but thinking be used to save both money bled. The value of cattle In 1920 or an average of 40c for their eggs The organization will work for Inner Springs and "t'ltI..t: '

I : '/ about our losses won't eliminate and time. Possibly meals could be $10,800,000 and or lie more than the Tennesee changes In the present laws at the tresses. Made to Order 01 fe. i
was approximately
t, 1 'i ; them either and it will make simplified and cooking reduced. the farmer received for Ills These fig next meeting of the Legislature. built. .
in 1935, $12,500,000, although Dec
( ,I us feel rather pessimistic. Getting Second, decide what jobs oughtto price per pound was! higher In 1920 ures are from the produce packer, : ker of Jacksonville, told police here RELIABLE Upholstering !
I 1 ji : right back into the swing of be done by somebody else. Could because of better economic conditions ODe of the most reliable marekt HOTEL GUESTS ROBBED he had been wounded by a hitchhi- and furniture repairing. !

) i things again, digging In harder n't one of the children fix the than the price per pound in sources. On the same date, poul- MIAMI BEACH-A check of ker who attempted to take his au

: than ever before, and striving school lunches? Couldn't the boys 1935. On the whole the increase in trymen delivering eggs to the New guests' losses this afternoon indicated .tomobile. En route to Jacksonvillefrom

f I \ .Iut mightily to make a comeback will keep the wood box filled? Could numbers in 1935 over 1930 was York market received' 33Vic, or cash and valuables totaling Fort Myers, Decker said, he
1 .j: take our minds off the losses and n't each child make his own bed thirty-two cent. I 8',4c less than the Florida poultry- $20,000 or more were taken in the
per picked a at Punta
I ; II will do a lot toward bringing us and keep his room in order? ITJ order to take care of the increased men. January 4, Tennessee poul early morning robbery of the small 3orda. up Just young out of man Punta Gorda, : 5s.'S

I, \ back Into the light. Third, study the methods for number of cattle and the trymen received 25c for eggs while Colony Hotel here. Three armed, the youth pointed a gun at him and -....-..

1. Wfc-n: the bumps come, we've each task. How many steps tor better stock that is now on Florida Florida poultrymen received 37c to unmasked bandits, who threatenedtwo demanded the automobile. "I argued TV,??!..? wMcta Bold M oo bmrrKW ,.,.4

I I got tu take them and, if we are motions would a better arrange- farmq, cattlemen are paying more 39c for eggs. January 11, Tennessee employees in the hotel's dimlylit with the man." Decker said, --

L I I to recover, we've got to come back ment eliminate? Maybe the dishwashing attention to pastures. The census egg price to farmers was 28c lobby Into silence, ripped out "and told him to take PRICELESS INFORMATION J

J' p; strongly end persistently. We could be cut down five of 1920 showed that there were 1- I dozen. January 11, Florida egg the entire safe deposit vault of but not my car. He refused.my money He di I-lor STOMACH time O miff*DUODENAL Bring Iron \

; t must work harder than ever, exert minutes by scalding the dishes ina 033,000 acres of cultivated and price to farmers was 35c-37c doz thirty boxes and escaped In an automobile did not have the gun pointed directly )ULCER*.DUE TO HYPER

: I ',1' 1; all of energies, and take advantage drain basket instead of wiping I I wood pastures, and in 1935 there en. just before daybreak. at me and I grappled with lION scum.ws ACI1 YSPK.PSI\DIC.IH.
I f i of break and every source According to the, Bureau of Do- SOUR STOMACH. <. SMNKS9.
every them. "Speeding" to gain time : were 1,800,000 acres In wood and him. In the scuffle the gun fired HKARTBUKN CONS IIP

l I .1tt of assistance that Is available. uses up too much energy. But Just 'cultivated pastures, which represents mestic Commerce, Florida producers 'NUMBERS RACKET: and my right ear was practicallyshot LESSNESS ATI ON.oa BAD HSAOACUCS BREATH strap 1>UI
and harvested In 1920
The farmer who keeps out in front working straight ahead with attention an Increase of seventy-six planted TAMPA-Because such a "num off. When I recovered TO KXCESS AGIO.
my ......
it in 60,250 acres of truck crops and sold .r.--*..ffrrrngr
I ia the farmer who keeps at to useless motions will
per cent.of bers" racket has grown up here senses the man wall gone, but he
spite of all adverse conditions that often accomplish much. the best Indications of vegetables for the gross amount around the published figures of had not taken my car." MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE 5

4 1yri' turn up.Adverse. Fourth, look over equipment. progress being made In the dairy of 13695225. In addition to this daily bank clearings. the Tampa ,

.1 i ; conditions require special Kitchen tools, cleaning and laun- I industry is to study the milk records they planted 17,525 acres of Irish Clearing House Association today

$ procedure and practices and dry aids may not be in good orderor of the inspection bureau of potatoes that brought in an addi- discontinued making the figures

I t3 this is one major endeavor of the well arranged with relation to the state department of _agriculture tional revenue of $1,767,196. available to newspapers. Hereafter '

t,; State Experiment Station and Agricultural the way the work baa to be done.A and report of the U. S. Census In 1935 producers harvested 155- the figures will be published For Expert RepairingSmith's

( Extension Serviceto of Agriculture. There were 12- 550 acres of vegetables that had a and will
number of women have foundit monthly, daily figures be
i ; help, to offer the information and useful to make a timetable bas 155,533:: gallons of milk produced in gross value of $34,755,424. This is available to anyone properly interested

advice that they have obtained ed checking their work for a Florida in 1920 and 41,667,000 gallons an increase of 252 per cent in the In them as business statis
1 1 i1L; through years of research, obser- on produced in 1935. The three value of the 1935 crop over the tics.

,$', -t1'' I vation, and experience to the farmer week. They plan then and drew altered up an it until experimental i counties of Duval, Dade and Hills- 1920 crop, even though prices were .. Garage

In these..circumstances.Don't borough have a known milk pro- much lower in 1935. Florida farm- .
It suited their particular needs. GIVE UP FIGHT T
duction of more than the state production era planted 26,000 acres of Irish
1 Housewives have Jo do.certain I TALLAHASSEE: Harry H.
Get Up Nights in 1930. There is sufficient potatoes in 1934 that brought $3- .1' ,'}Phone 120
I i things every day, cook meals and Wells of Tallahassee, who with
I I I L1'' rex TIIR III.ADOICH milk being produced to sup- 089,000 or an Increased planting of
clear them away, straighten up other counsel represented chain
I M If It falls to nUKe out IInpurltl.a ply all Florida needs for fluid milk 8,475 acrea.
C I and exoeHH Hcldtt which CAUH the Ir- the house and so on. These activities store operators In attacks upon Wrecker Service Day or Night
and much to in In 1924 Florida planted 24,000
it regularlly) that wake you up. Getir around set consumption spare I
must be fitted a the 1935 chain store tax law today
buohu, junlpur oil etc.. In little the summer where there are not as acres of beans: in 1935 there were
called of heavier jobs like washing, Iron. said the decision of the State
h" I Huktn, the
1" ff3..r; :: tourists present as in the planted and harvested 68,000 acres
\. vt linatlve. Works on the ing, cleaning. Few can have a many Supreme Court upholding most of
., bladder similar to cuter oil on the winter months.In of beans. This is more acreage
seven or eight hour day but most the law will not be
I bowels. Pooily acting bladder can "probably ap-
I l 'I it uauKB Bounty flow, frequent d".lre, housewives can plan to spread the 1920 poultry was found on than was represented by all the pealed." "Our clients," Wells said,
I burning or baukuchR. In tour day : 43,240 Florida farms; in 1935 principal vegetables combined in Mr. Strawberry Grower and
4 4/' I I if not pleased any was
/ poultry
, ,:. your Iou, Mitchell's Drug- over the week. At certain sea- to: the United States Supreme
' t// l store, ,. farms. This shows that there F. W. RISHER -
of work like butcher. Court.
! tA sons,
0 was an Increase of interest in poultry Marketing Specialist. have limited of
t a 36 Pint Pad-
harvest .
canning, or feeding
ing I.
) For 15,045 new poul- Poultry and Dairy Products.EVERGREEN .
t' : i Help Kidneys hands will push the regular schedule raising. -- -- WAR ON NEW FRONTGAINESVILLE U-Pak Strawberry Crates and Cups that we will sell
aside. -
"" ... entirely -Joe C. Jenkins, along with the common crates and cups that you have
1R a ..."II'f.: ....0eIIb0e -----"' PINE LEVEL local attorney who for four months
!, 'I kj; i4I.hIm1 )t-L E, -_.. SCHEDULE Itlr.. T. A. Ilo.l..r. Corr.ape.dcnt. has lcJ the fight to dislodge a been buying in the past, 6 common crates and cups and
TRAIN Mm. II. M. McRae, CorreapondentElder '
f Jo: I T lfl 57 p.l.iai. _aa e,s.*e..... -- Mrs. Jessie Saunders and chil- group of so-called two-job men, 4 Pad-U-Pak Crates and cups complete for $3.20, the
o.- Bowers'of: Starke filled and attracted statewide attention,
E. dren of Mtddleburg were visitingher
Our schedule Changes Sunday, Pad-U-Pak is guaranteed to deliver berries to the
; Cyotax ;;::.= January 5 and trains will run as his regular appointment at Pine' grandmother, Mrs. J. S. Rosier, checkmated laat week by a Supreme your
Level Church Sunday night. Sunday. Court decision which holds markets Free from cuts and bruises and should sell from
SounthboundNo Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Newman of Mrs. R. S. Rosier and daughter, that Senator T. G. Futch, a mem- 10 per cent to 30 per cent higher than those shipped in

k : I The 1 -Due Starke 11:31 P. M. Saxton, spent Saturday night with Clarice, spent Thursday with Mrs. ber of the 1935 Legislature can

; No. 19-Dua Starke: 4:28: P. M'I relatives here. Willie Reddish and' Mrs. J. D. hold his Job as attorney for the the common crates and cups now in use. Try them out,

McRae baa moved his Peele. State Racing Commission, met the and let account sales tell the can
No. 107--Due Starke 9:11: A. M. Wesley your you story, we
ManWhoI No. 191-Due Starke 10:25: P. M family to Silver Springs where he Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Carter and decision by tossing his hat Into the
only supply >ou with 40 cent in Pad.U-Paks but can
: NorthboundNo. \15 employed with the Cross-State son, Earle, of Hellbronn Springs, ring as a candidate for the legislature per ,

2-Due Starke 6:03: A. M. canal. were visiting their daughter, Mrs. from Alachua County. Satisfied fill all orders on that base, 5 per cent to 10 per cent discount

No. 16-Due Starke 12:10 P. M. Misses Lora, Lula and Marie Darby Ga kins. Sunday.Mrs. that the citizens and taxpayers on large orders. (100 (@) 5 per cent discount, 500
to the two-
Knows and children cannot hope stop
I { Crews, of Willie Reddish
i1c and brother Ray
No. 108-Due Starke 5:15: P. M. Crews ,
'. Starke& anti 'Wunn BranchNo. Gainesville, are spending a few spent Sunday afternoon with her Job practice through court proce- (@) 10 per cent discount.)
J. Rosier. dure, Jenkins has made up his
and mother Mrs. S.
with Gua Fountain
7:00 A. M. here
Leaves Starke days
101 :
I Whether the Remedy of Heilbronn mind to take the fight to the leg-
No. 102-Arrives Starke 1:60:/ P.M.T. children. 'jl- Elise Lee Motes, LAWTEY LOADING & SHIPPING CO.J. .
I f You are taking for J. GRIFFIN. The WPA home making club will Springs, spent Sunday with her islature.

: "THeadachea Neuralgiaor meet at the home of Miss Carrie sister, Stella Mae Motes. I... IIARRELL, Manager
t ,
tL V Alvarez next Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Reddingwere Eggs are easily and quickly pre

_ : k Rheumatism Pains An additional 28,209 acre area All are Invited that are interested visiting her mother Mrs. pared for serving, and are popular LAWTEY, FLA.

Lt ru SAFE is Your Doctor. I was added recently. the Ocala i I In sewing.Mr. Jean Gasklna, Sunday. in the family meals.

Ask Him National Forest. and Mrs. L. L. Rushing and Bllll Sapp spent the week-end

children of Gainesville were vlsltng with his grandmother, Mrs. J. S. Rotation In Office

Re-elect I relatives here Sunday. Rosier. .
Don't Entrust Your Elder and Mrs. W. E. Hall and J Mr. and Mrs. J. S/Sapp and chil- Urged By Getzen

.. Own or Your Family's Mrs. L. Edenfield and children all dren, spent Sunday afternoon withB.

-t i Well-Being to Unknown GARY D. LANDIS of Green Cove Springs were visitIng E. Rosier and mother.GRAIlATl .

at H. M. McRae's Monday aft

Preparations _.
: _
Miss Dorothy Newman, of Gum. Mm. L. C, Smith Corr.jipondent
I BEFORE you take any prepara _
:: you don't know all about, Branch is spending a few days Miss Leecy Fogg of Jacksonville, I .
k 'l4 for the relirl of headaches; or the here with Miss Odessa McRae. Is spending a while'here with rel I .
pains of rheumatism neuritis or Mrs. L. H. HaUlwanger and Mr. atives.

S neuralgia ask your doctor what he and Mrs. Edenfleld all of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Roy Blrt and
Il' thinks about it in comparison were guests of Mr. and Mrs. and Keith of
I I daughters, Evelyn ,
with Genuine
I Bayer Aspirin.
: We say this. because before the H. M. McRae, Tuesday.. Louise, attended Sunday School _

I discovery of Bnyer Aspirin, moat here Sunday. ''' .
i 1 o-tulled "pain' remedies were aoV SAXTON Misses Myrtice and Marjorie
r vised Bsninst by physicians at being Mr.. W. A. Tier, l':.rvvi_po. I Hall Hampton. Vester Young-
\* bad the for bearl the And stomach the; or.discovery often for otf Rev. W: H.: 'Hutson spent last blood and Ernest Wasdln, of Wal- is'rm"rr""i *

I !d Bayer Aspirin largely' ebioged week in OJus where he conducted do, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. -

medical practice a revival mf'etn"C. Fred Jr.""t-r'n Thur"la4.I'It .. : .

I I CouolU'\ rh.. _. it S. McClellan of High taptUiga: f ..i Jutuuon was t* ..>. *. L:; 4 a .
i I who hove taken layer A.ipinn year spent the week-end in the home of visitor to Starke Friday.Mr. I
T : in aud out without k'l' _
aucct have.
tr ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. and Mrs.
Tyler. Harvey
_t L proved thai the med'ral dndingi Starling I'_,_
v About/ iu safety weir correct. O. T. Nelson was a business visitor have moved back here after spend \
i &l Remember tlila.: Genuine Bayer to Lawtey Saturday.Mr. ing a few months In DeLancl. ,

f t Aspirin is ruled fmong f/x fasltti.metluidt and Mrs. W. A. Tyler spent Mrs. L. D. Johns was a visitorto a. i
I il "" ud: d cJlu.d 'lot the relief Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Starke, Saturday.
1'' of arli>ctm &: all !
n .P..C
coo Kft lot the average common person pains Mrs. Leason Decandoo, of Starke. Mrs. H. H. Howard, of Brooker, .
''ll to tan* regularly' For A Second Term As We are sorry to report that Mrs. was visiting Mrs. George Rivers, a Q

You can act real Bayer Aspirin at A. C. Sumner is sick. We hope Sunday.
2 ana drug lore simply by never Attorney Generalof she will soon be well again. Mrs. Fred Johnson' In Starke
I .' asking for 1% by the name "aspirin": Ancll Brown and Jorden Brant- Monday. was Samuel W. Getzen _ S _ _ _ _
j_ ( alone, but BAYER: Florida
I. i ASPIRIN when always saying : ley of Ocala, spent the weekendat Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Kinard left Representative from Sumter
: yon buy.
Ills administration of the
their home here. Friday for Lake Alfred where he County. I

Bayer Aspirin legal affairs of the State of J. C. Dtckson was a visitor here has accepted a position at a nursery. "Change mean progreM. Rotation I I ISfl
Florida has been igorous Sate rday. In office la one of the cardinalprinciples _
of the DemocritUa Par
,i / ;. ''IL and effective. Mrs. W. R. Swanbom and son, We are glad to report that Mrs. ty." claim "Sam" GtH, candidate .

e I L11..v "' Paul I nL Adv. Arthur, were In Starke Saturday F. T. Abernathy. who has been 111U ].1 for STATE TREASURER. __ ___ ___
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cRURCn-- Dlla. aTOST "Then It's certain you haven't "la ora na!" Mala replied pollts'y tery necklace of rhinestones and happiness and his own. put his arm i II't' .

T\.RKE THEAGAN been her before" Robblna replied offered It to her Lllleo clutched around her waist and started to f''
-- CHURCH ,1SIASTOP In her I lead her from the cabin. ; 4
IKST BAPTIST grimly. "Drink Robbins offered and he it eagerly her Joy eloquent 1 .'

(IAV.C.\ B. PrIce, Pastorautldsy Buckley guffawed heartily The landed Mala a half-empty bottlef sparkling eyes. "Abo'1' called the Mm.' .' 'Walt a s tot' .. 9 '"'

school,100'cloc.ca.m. compliment for he look It as such whiskey.Mal. Look.. Mala! Plpl. trinkets for minute!" ; 1 J ,

: i fbomaa, Supt. pleased him mightily'The .. tasted the strange. liquid rue!" She held the glistening necklace As Mala slopped at the doorway '

1\1.J, rnlng WorshiP 11 .. m. crew has their Instructions nd he found It pleasant. Ha up to her throat he saw the Captain pull a sheath of '1' e "

y p, U. 6.45: p. m. r T" be demanded. handed the bottle to Lllleo. She But Mala overwhelmed by his papers from a drawer In his desk, ti ,

E.nLng: Worship, 7:30: p. m. apbr a ALLtf 0.EEDJONfS from Robblns nodded He Jerked a Aliped' :; It cautiously at first and, own good fortuna, had no time now unscrew the cap on a bottle of Ink. t1;

S Teachers Meeting, Wednes- n ensue thumb towards.the motley group then, finding It to her liking, she for Lilleo. He fondled a tawdry and take a pen from behind his i

: ; that Jay about the deck. Buckley drank deeply. Suddenly> her eyes watch, then held It expectantly to ear. Mala watched him Intently "
110)// Ueek Grayer service, Wed- satisfied tilled with tears, and she sputteredand had waiting for some new trick somemagic \
,, UUeo, a Tofoan maldVn to human shriek of agony, the puaa surveyed them with a his ear as Buckley suggested. '! !
esday. 7:30 p. m.Methodise. captured by Mala, a Type warrior fell dead pierced through the smile: a conglomerate mixture of coughed. Mala and the Mate His brilliant eyes were twinstarsof greater even than that of y,, i I

who takes her to the Islandof heart Polynesians. Melanesians, Malays, roared with laughter. wonder, as he listened to the the bird-cage. Buckley held the :

Church Nukahiva, the home of the and Chinese, Interspersed with the Robbins retrieved the bottle and even rhythm of Its faint tick-tick pen out to him. Mala, ready to do R j
Paator.SunMyScr.ool10m.rn. with fear during the }
M. Montgomery Spellbound White that sail He a metal bird-cage from anything to please the white chief i
Rev B Typees. Taro, the chief of the scum of the rogues give !It back to Mala. grabbed '
brief tussle Lllleo flung herself Into d I
at this The Captain \
laughed new toy. ,
French said. "Thank the Captain's desk Two bright r
Type**, demands Ultao! for him the the ,seas Portugese English "Maruru! Mala
a. m. Mala's arms, sobbing as holding the In Mala's fist, Z .
Worship- Imitation love-birds stared at pen I'
and AmericanThough
: green
Morning self but Male defies him Invoking found Its mark. Mala, a protecting you l ;,
League-7:15 p. m. spear Then, suddenly guided It to make a cross Mala'ssignature ,
him with
EpwOrth Worship 7:30 p. m. the ancient law of the arm about her shoulder, led the ship had been anchored "Haere atu!" Robbins told him. glassy eyes.made music and on the bottom of the '

Evening to all these serv- tribe to prove hIs right to his her back Into the Jungle, as Time, and the decks cleared buta "The Captain wants to see' you!" the cage printed contract-form. The trustIng t,
the birds to pecking
You are prize. Lllleo returns to becomeMain's boylike prepared to play the brave few minutes before, the men already Mala, following Robbins, startedto at each came other's beaks. Mala I tane, of course, did not realize .: r'I!

i Blccs, woman and MIa tries to huntsman with the dead boar and showed the first noisy effects answer the summons to the Cap stiffly studied the with confused the significance of Lie simple act, \\j

1-rei.byterlan Church win her with his tribal war- I. the warrior's spear. of the raw rum-punch that tain's cabin. Then, suddenly remembering amazement. He toy held It gingerly, but by the mere marking of the :'' R t
Minister dance and a recital of his prowess they had prepared for the nights Lllleo, he returned to '. '
"Mala will always protect his for since this pretty made cross, he had contracted to work at i' ,
Rc\ GeorgeSabbath SchooL as a warrior. But Ulleo Is debaunch. her caught her by the hand, and cage .
]000 woman," he told her. music he knew not what to expect the phosphate mines' on the Island r 4, i
Mala determined to walked arm
11 00 A .-Mornlnff Worship;; adamant. She smiled at him shyly. "Lllleo "Give them rats a bottle and a they along happily next from It. of Patua for the next five years.
win her fights and kills a gigantic arm, behind the Mate. Any doubt I
by tht' pastor. is Mala's woman always"Mala vahine, and they know what to do! The contract signed, Buckley '
r ermon Peoples Vea- swordfish to prove his they might have had about the lie displayed the bird-cage to Lll. 4 ; I
1'0'00 p. m. --YoWlg I worth as n hunter. When' he returns stood still. His hands rested Buckley suggested gruffly. sailor's Intentions wore Immediately leo, and even the beauty of her was anxious to get rid of his gueststo \ ;: 'I
Service' her and he "Yeah Robbins told him "and I I make room for his next victim.'f'!\ '
|PCT Evenhag Worship. home with his prize he lightly on shoulders dispelled by Captain Buckley'sMala necklace' paled before this new \
3Q p. m.-- learns that Ulleo has fled Into peered deeply Into her limpid we ain't so different" and they Before they left he offered them a li' '1 qi qi"Iou \
brown Presently he releasedher. both laughed. another drink of rum. r '
Rosewood Baptist Church the Jungle. Seeking her there eyes. ,,< d ( '

nl'L.' O. Hemingway, Pastor ha Is felled by a falling cocoanut Lllleo watched her man, wondering Buckley unlocked a cupboard i I te ota noo te!" The Captain -. C }T',: \

Cervices every Sunday. Bible Lllleo rushes to his aid.CIh1PTER what he would do next fora and took two pistols from It. He a offered the toast 3'X:, I :, :

r)! 10:15: : a. m. Services at 3:30fo.lockln : merry twinkle In his eye told her dropped one into the holster in his Maruru1"! Male replied '\': .'. '.f,'

study afternoon. V that he had something on his mind. belt, and he tossed the other to They drained their glasses and 'j, 1,

Without speaking again, he lifted the Mate, who disposed of it simi t ev + Buckley led them to the door They ;'r c'
; BAPTIST CIIUKCII from around his neck the necklaceof i
: BETHEL larly. stumbled down the narrow passage -
Mala lay still on ground '
Kev. L. A. Donnley, Pastor where he had fallen. Within a mo shark's teeth that she had refused "Let's go!" Buckley ordered. bumping Into other couples pas

\ Services every first Sunday. ment, the frantic Lllleo was at his before. She bowed her headto He led the Mate to the deck. they passed ;
School, 2:30: p. m. receive It, and Mala placed It stood at the rail to greet l y !P
: Sunday side. Taking his head in her arm, They ,. They watched the dancers Lil11'0'.11 -
f;r Bible Study and Prayer Services she stroked his forehead and calledto about her throat. the strange fleet that was speed 1L r I body swayed slowly with the t
Saturday night. There could be no doubt now towards them. Leading the t '
> Ver\ him eagerly. Tears streaked her ing music' Suddenly the lithe creat-
face, for he failed to respond to her that she was his woman. His great he'' procession was a great Typee pahl, urn ran from Main's side to Join

"i 1 First Christian Church gentle ministrations. arms about her slender body, a double canoe each seventy feet the dancers. Main had never seen '

Rev. \V. McGuire! Pastor but held> her close. His none brushed long high /In the stern and lashed Lilleo dance the upa-upa, and he w!, g
"Time! Time! she called
Bible School, 10 a. m. lightly back and forth across hers together outrigger to outrigger. ..1 watched her with fascinated eyes.
: 11 a. m. the boy fearing her wrath, failedto In the lover's kiss of the Typees. stood In the bow of one of the ,
I! Communion Taro IfifM? Quickly he Joined her and the oth r ,
Christian Endeavor, 7 p. m. heed her plea for help. Instead, Presently, they walked on again twin-canoes, resplendent in his full : er Typees stepped aside to make t{: 1
'I 7:30P he plowed deeper Into the jungle towards
Wednesday : retracing their steps '
meeting chief of the
Prayer regalia, the proud room for the bronze giant and his) ;,
down under the
finally sitting
Mala's fare. warriors. Behind 1
111 mighty Typee newly captured r
preaching Second Sunday 11 e. shade of a yellow blossomed purao They passed a gardenia-bruah their leader came the smaller craftof tasted the ?
m. tree to cudgel his young brain over find Mala stopped to pluck a delicate for the and (To lie font mural) ,
m and 8 p. the tanea racing madly strange liquid -_--.e.-----
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whims of the vahine.
strange blossom for her hair '
Church "Mala! Mala!" called Ltlleo. "Maruruthank you." honor of reaching the great white he found(pleasant, Careful selection of the strain to f j.
I St.larks! Episcopal ship first." be planted and closer spacing will 1 ; j
There was still no answer, no Instinctively, she reached up to "
and "Ia
second, fourth "Hola! Buckley .
on '
Service --- -- help to prevent cabbage from
move from, the fallen man. her left then
place It over ear; 1
\ filth Sundays at 11 o'clock a. m. the significanceof na! disarming smile and his cheery, marvel. growing too large.
at "Tane! she screamed, calling suddenly realizing waited silently
and choir practice The eager villagers "
j Litany "If like them lake them,
him her husband for the first time. the flower deliberately shift had replied, "Ia ora "Kaoha welcome! I I you
nights until Taro *
/7'30 o'clock on Friday boomed at them Buckley told them with a magnanimous 8ffP
Mala smiled "Come In, he rih
,I cceding Sunday services. Mala roared with happy laughter. ed It to her right ear. na!" Then they too, screamed ( wave of his hand.

He caught her in his strong happily their hearty greetings to the po- I, good-naturedly. "
heart is free," Shyly, the tane and his vahine "Ne mamai oe, Robbins trans ;
arms and drew her close to him In "Lilleo's no longer who had come to enslave their
confirmedthe paas entered the cabin of the great lated the Captain's offer
a fond embrace. Her tenderness of she told him, and that staunchest warriors.
I a moment, before left her In a message of the flower. white chief. They stood and looked Buckley walked over to Lilleo
BOB JONES about with wonder overawed by and gently took the necklace from .r e r
the slender of their surroundings; her. The vahlne's eyes clouded Your Ch.......

[ On Here smaller boats were for the Dimple, comfortable fur with tears. Now she knew that ...r.e aaLM IYe t ftP I I Ir d
CommeMa Soon the there had been some mistake that I
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And HereafterWhy II moored fast to the schooner. The a revelation compared with the this beautiful pipl was to be taken .......,.. ....... 1

t, i "Li co's heart is i no villagers waited until their chief crude appurtenances of even the from her. But, the Captain had '''0.0..11I1,. ... : >, '

# longer free" he r! had scaled the side; then with a most lavish island fare. Then, they other plan He sought to take f

do I have so much trou- 4 told him. mad rush, they scurried after him. marveled anew at, wonder of all her necklace of shark's teeth from Jr

tien! I am a Christian. I try to Buckley who greeted Taro the Typee cordially.dia- wonders, the gaudy trinkets that her throat and replace it with his
Robbins spoke
live right" That question has the Captain held out to them own present. Lilleo grabbed her
times lect well served as interpreter. Buckley, knowing the primitive ornament, the lovetribute
been asked the many fj I Captain
L'ti "Tell him I offer good fortune, was from Mala, and held It highly,
in the midst of his evangelistic whathaveyou"Buckley I childish delights of the Types i,
campaigns. Why did Job have d greetings and sure of his ground well aware of but her tear-filled eyes never wavered

I trouble? He-was a good man. He i nr "The white ordered chief the offers Mate.his salutations the effect that these cheap "garfish from the gaudy glass beads inBuckley's ,

feared God and hated sin. He baubles would have upon his hand The Captain limned

lost all he had. His children I and greetings" Buckley an- naive guests. He winked purpoHe. knowingly. With a shrug, he
'nounced to the pleased Taro. nodded towards the cheap necklace about (
afflicted Robbins and placed
sorely to
\ wet taken. He was Island," theTypee fully
to Taro's I
i, physically. His friends "Welcome Ltlleo. The Mate producedfrom her neck Lilleo's Joy was un f fl'l

J ana his wife urged him "to give "That's chief the right replied.spirit:. Buckleysaid his pocket a sparkling, glit bounded. Mala, thrilled with her .; [ vl

pie have always suffered. It Is not of
as he caught the sense it
: a +Ign that God Is not with a man Taro's greeting. ';l k

because he has trouble. Sometimes
Buckley placed a friendly arm
| \It God Is with a man. Jesus
l I ia sign about the chief's shoulder and led

said "Blessed are ye when men him to his cabin. Once there he /

.' shall) revile you and persecute you came directly to business. When

and say all manner of evil against Robbins made the Captain's propo- '
.I I YOU falsely for My sake He sition clear to Taro, Taro welcomedit 1

taught that we should rejoice and with enthusiasm for. here at
be ,-seceding glad that we have of
last he found( a way to dispose

trouble ..,. .rrw.A.rL 1 .A.Ief.Y.ia, Mala and to claim Lllleo as his YOU CAN'T PASS UP MAGAIINEVALUESLIKETHESEOFFER
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when she saw that Mala had As ; ;walked: slowly on, Obll-I own. with )
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( Christian should rejoice when he tricked her again. She fought vious of the rest of started the at the him?" Buckley:: asked Robblns. rrsar..ty.! Fa...... 1 yarGood AU FIVE I.ulh.ra XgrlculluiUI. I T ar roa ALL FOUR otar .'

hUll persecution. First, he Is in fiercely to free herself, but Mala their ecstacy, they Robbins nodded. "He promises BlorlM, 1 yarCountry FOB omit Country Homo,1 y.arno I /

go, d company. "So persecuted they played at the fight good-natured Lllleo tion boom of of the a shore.cannon As from they the listened direc us six men perhaps more, but six .b.Form Horn I urMl...I Tee 1 T." $ s80 Fain fauna!. 1 T..' I $4.80 l t

the prophets that were before ly. For, now, Mala knew, anyway" AND THIS HEWSPAPDl AND THIS NEWSPAPER A =' r
you It is a wonderful thing to was trying to escape from her own another shot rang out. "What's his, Idea of a good Far OM Year for Oao Tier ,14 P

belong to the company of prophets ahuehue, confusion not from him, "A ship has come, Lllleo." man ?" Buckley demanded. I : riN0

.' Elijah Ellsha, John the Baptist,, the hated captor, of the day before. "Pahl, a war-canoe?" she asked Robbins conveyed the questionto j

I, and Paul were all members of this "Nehenehe, beautiful," he whis him. the Typee chief and Taro _C_ trffoms M AA CALL'S I 8

; fraternity. In the modern world pered afectionately. Alta! A great ship of .the through the window of the cabin _ _ _ _ t Plctoal a TT EN, Std ,

1' soul-winners\ like Moody Fln- "E taata Ino! Bad man!" she popaaa, the white men. Haerc Indicated Mala who was Just then TaI Story craw ?'1, { ; ;'

!, ney Whitfleld Wesley, Martin mocked him."Altai" atu! Let's hurry! Tonight; there helping Lllleo over the side. THIS NEWSPAPER i= ,,il.. e lOY.MA FARM I

"I Luther. Knox Sam Jones Billy he challenged. "E taata will be a big faareareaa for all the "Aces with me," was Buckley's F

: Sunday and hundreds of others,, maltat! vahines and tanea." comment. "A half-dozen like that for 1 year and e p
Initiated In- She caught his hand and they winner. You'd better
great and small were end this trip's a
i !t.< this fraternity of the per ecutI "Atae! Atae ran on swiftly towards the beach give the old boy a drink. We'll
frantic cry came to them in Time'sshrill Lllleo had often heard the elders) In little 3 Big Magazines
with a
"'l I It Is a wonderful brotherhood get the business over THIS NEWSPAPER
" to it. voice. In her native Tofoa talk of the I I II
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Second. "For great Is your reward Mala did not respond.trick. popaaa and the gay parties on theli Once on shipboard the villagers for one full year:. 9
In heaven." For all the persecution he suspected great ships, but she had never seer scurried about, gazing in childish
I and opposition and trouble "Puaa"Puaa! A! wild Time boar screamed!" again. a white man. awe at the many wonders new to I And 4 Big Magazines y
a Christian has In this world he The one word spurred him to And, while the simple natives them. Everywhere, there was e i:

will have an offset In heaven. A ashore were looking forward to something new something strangeto
rapid action. Catching up his 1 Mizlne from Croup A; 3 Migailn from Group B; 4ia arts
Christian loses his money. His to their gala night of mad play fascinate them.
he sprinted
he ran,
shouldhe spear as white ship Captain warriors, prepared for
fortune is wrecked. Why wards the direction of the boy's aboard the great The Typee 1
worry? What he loses here he after him as Buckley and his crew were the faarearea, the merry-making, g :1. !
will gain over there. A saint is voice. Lllleo would preparing a fitting reception for of the evening had brought their Select Any 3 MagazinesFrom F
slim carry
lied about, hounded< misrepresented her.fast as As'her Mala tore legs through the them. Buckley, bearded ruffian ota ukeleles and their primitive taro This List Moot O.o M.9...... ::...n...If...... ( ?

cursed and hated by wicked clear thousand unsavory adventures guitars and. soon, the plaintive ....... 8 '
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saint brush and out Into the less frequented islands of their music filled the .truo E1.Y. __..I I "... CJ letW Nosed a : c_ 4 Npp JiaNI. 1
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simply because he as a among strains !
ing beyond he saw the frightened music .,nor, H.... OChriHa ...... _I 7... 0 ClVlet" N'nld e.e a DI'rNh lrr
is doing the will of God.. Why have child dashing towards him. The ; of the South Seas might have air. The spirit of the H...,. II II.M.. ,..-G- ..': I SM a no tr ,r1 le/k:t u'W' 1" J'H 7
the blues we I chosen a more polite term for his the Imagination of some of Fl...r a..or 8 Neplhlt..... 1 +
? The more cursing caught hr '
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close at his heels ... Ydh. e) [1
wild boar charged ........ Magari-o _I (tar ... ,
get (In this world the more praiseswe swerved behind a tree, and I present mission, but the dictionary the golden-brown-sklnned vahines; Junior" Horn, (lot MotfcorMaCaUo .)_I ,... CJ ......6.11'15I'Ir Nanu l in IINl.:-llwye. . 1h t +
Time called It black- from the impassioned _I ,... Y ,,/0 ,r'i' .
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has no cursing here shouldnot Enraged now, the angry beast I' birding; and he did not bother tc embraces of the seamen, .MaTlo........Chute...11 ______ 1 ,... ",Elm .) : .... a hlwlYgnps" : S r' I >,
expect much opproval over viciously, contradict them. ran to a clearing; on the deck and, Op. Bond U.,.) -2 Twa 0 pamestr pIL1,) 171 0 ",. i, J1
pawed the ground the Intricate ....' Ma >liio. tae Ids, tit 11'1 1.r Yearnrlsmnhmka : 1,.
there must sensuously, began 1 CJ r
"if ye live godly ye searching for his victim with maddened For more than three years now, slowly, P.t. ., (w 71 ,. ."..1.1. . 1" Nrdl,..,. '
suffer persecution." Remember, bloodshot eyes. Mala he had engaged In the practice of gyrations of the hula. Pialorial. Rovlow M. .mil HMFro9roa 7...e a 0 ;.._.1.'.stor.-, : 1.M Feulhy' T luep, . S 1 t
those who reign with Him have to, the unsuspecting nativesof Then, as they tired from their ivo FormoffRomaaUa Seru.soo 1" A M'a.whe, Y
shrieked the shrill cry of the warrior kidnaping Sloiloa _______ y.a 0 ,...IOtII Y ,.',
suffer with Him. God does not I charged at him. the Polynesian and Melanesian exertions and retired to refresh s...... S..II 1 ,... 0 T....srluelmltllaa COft .., 11 0 1e..annApkeawhl/ .. SM.
and the boar .... tr gl .
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Promise that suffering them to the themselves at the punch-barrel onto ftouthara AgrlvultuflotTruo S ,ce/np, j-
anybody except Mala, spear lowered awaited the Iilands and conveying C..I..loa.. Ipar pin/u'l fame 1rH 0 woedueaM. Ny,, _"
saints will have the privilege (-; Sidestepping as the phosphate mines of Patua: It was relax In the arms of a waiting w.....o World ____ T.a. a ",. Y.n dp111r Ire cr"'ro'N.l,;. 1" } ,l
of reigning with Jesus Christ. onslaught Mala hurled his true the Buckley and the Oceanic sailor, Atetoa, one of the fairest of .)VoTt-CLn'r.{ .w ., tL. ,fotlow/ar "Mnd Cl POOl'.....ANkultakt re"ur e rlryppp- ,',fMb.-.i 1 x; 3 s
animal neared< him. .. .ukMllulto OIILh'''' 1
to the middleof of/ yw mull. CHUy a C $< ,
Therefore exceed the vahines, sped
and be observed all the
"rejoice Missing Its true mark, it Phosphate Company llow.J.n 1,
tag glad" when you have trouble spear. boar gracing blow on mock formality of negotiating a the afterdeck to take her place. Modom N.aha.l' 4 &._ T..al'A..a. '
the a
and prsecutlon and opposition and the caught shoulder. ripping It with a contract with their hapless victims, The men gathered In an eager her slim circle n II D.I/.eme. .* aid I I Toarkyoleal ..- Kd if aWtitttXllSdiR( : suffering. The will creatures never around her. Slowly, .
crowning day but these trusting )ud..
gash. LpI- I .
come by and by. deep, painful his knew until It was too late that body writhed (In the torturous undulation ullw. ,...
Mala scrambled to recover of across of upaupa-hura.. Fas- 1 E clo.e S_ _ PUaio Send Mo r
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spear. The boar another a piece of paper condemned ter and fa.teIIhe: moved, and 0 Oifor No. I Q Offer He. 2 Q OUor No. 3: D OU.r No. 4

Eggs th'tls supply efficient protein of for a growth quality agony, was Lilleo preparing broke through for the upon them to a life of virtual music of the ukareres kept the'' I am elioc-iaa the m-g ilaos desired with a ->*_rs* subacripfQ ,., .
very charge.
and almost In slavery. with her ever quickening UOB to yoar paper .
body repair. brush Into the clearing
Bobbins, the Mate of the ship Now she gilded across the deck

front of the puaa." Mala shouted to presented himself before the Master to one sailer, but as his waiting U.n. 11 V
SALVE "Haere back mla!!" : In the tatter's cabin. He touched arms reached out to catch hei, she m ,

her. "Go the warning was s too late. his cap carelessly In a ragged eluded him with a sudden, graceful | Slroot or R.F.D_ ti
forCOLDS But attack salute. twist of her supple, young body, II
his head low for :
Thb the Already boar was driving his sharp, "All set, sir!" he reported. "Let now she outwitted another. Town cad Slat. 13m
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them come!
price yellow tusks spear straight shot out for again the with girl.Mala's : "They'll be friendly enough," ed up to Mala with the formal Ty . . .a. a a

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l MEMBERFLORIDA nr. HUKSKLl KAY on Sunday March 8, try to find /j//4'N G 01 12

V PRESS ASSOCIATION \ 1I".r.r, Florida Pr... A_". Rome of the answers to the geolo. I q 500 POG4YDS MlS
glcal question which was caused by
\ .
,,1935 t
the cave-In on the Byrd farm four
... .... ". 9otcua/tcl 7eou Ira" _, And another thing that's' hard and a half miles north of Jasper /.3 cuD

1 b -. .. .-- .. .-.-- -- to figure out l Is why we gotta go on U. S. Highway No. 41. The fa.
., Published! Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class!I and get all steamed up and bothered mous lime-sink is nearly sixty feet

; jilI? Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida t'nor"over "Who's gonna be Covert In diameter at the ground sur-

:. j --. -- -- and pay almost no attentionto I face and the water has risen to I
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the candidates who really do within feet of the top The
E, Matthews .". __ ___Editor and Ownei the whip crackln'. twenty
water depth and the extent of the I
__ ._ __.. __ __ '0 .. So while you're bavin.' a lot of under-water cave-in Is as yet un .
: SUBSCRIPTION KATE fun playln' "Governor, Governor, known. That, deep-sea divers will i-J iJr
who's gonna be Governor?"--you try to find out Sunday. ..a '
; pearly. $1.50; Six Months, 75c Payable in Advance better take time out now and then
The lime-sink, which is being i'
Advertising Hates on Application to give a little serious thought to r ; .
; ", i'J _. _.____. .u ___ __ _____ _. ...__ _' ____ __ ._ _____..__L. who you send to the legislature, for caved *\ '.!R ?
14'ft in the end of the day It's the boysin 1
{ A ', Have you looked in the almanac to see if winter i is over.i'i ? the House and Senate that real- known depth two trucks and a ga. o
I rage. Since that time hundreds of
0 ly control the old apple cart.
Mi people have viewed the limesinkand
"Vegetable Men Hit Talmadge."-Headline. With over I While Governors are probably It is fast becoming one of the !

:: u ripe tomatoes? necessary for slgnln' bills, pardon- attractions for visitors to Florida. ,r
t Y in' criminals, dedlcatln' parks or Never before have deep-sea divers -
0 openin' new highways: they've still explored the mysteries of lime-
I r Hitchhikers wish that motorists would install the new got to take orders from the Boardof sink waters. Students of lime-

X611 "pick-up service." Directors and when "Simon sink formations, aa well as geologists
1 I Ii says thumbs up or thumbs down" of divided to
i are opinion as :
t -o- even the Governor has to follow the whether the: famous lime-sink I Is 'q & .
: It doesn't take long for a political party to make an orphan leader or they can put him out of caused by a vast' body of under- :p'' i.
out of favorite the game. water under- 1 .1 -
; : r a son. ground or by an
-o Of course a Governor will bob ground stream. This the divers r : v, e l't !'S A
u up now and then who can out will attempt to determine. p
'; As far as we can learn February 29 didn't take such a smart a legislature and walk away The water depth is as yet un 4 i

\ i heavy toll of our bachelors. I with 'em in his vest pocket, but known. Immediately after the .1 ,

.I o that only occurs when you and me. land sank a clothes line ninety feet
7 I get careleds and send him a "vest long was used to attempt to "get
jt I I ,q We're glad the poll tax isn't graduated according to the pocket" legislature to play with. bottom." It wasn't long enough. A MPAYkEG 1 1t

It :j. number of candidates for governor. Right now most any juy you Geologists making measurements, NEAR ro'er NYGR.S
I meet on the street can name a lost their only available weight i .. _
t -o dozen or more ambitious birds who trying to measure the depth when BORG 68 PAPAYAS /=O# A 1C1.oJf'GIG ,j -

In a county seat town the first Monday in the month are runnln' for Governor but ask the weight became entangled In apart !/] OF66 ,.PtVNo: ,!;'/' a' .

,f :: { Is almost as big a day as Saturday. 'em who l is running for the legislature of the garage. The waterIn ,

',. 1 o from their district and not the sink has cleared up somewhat
one out of ten will have the slightest which will make It easier for iBNf/N 811' .. 7 t
::' l li : Governor Talmadge has Hitler's bangs, but hasn't yet idea. the divers to determine the thick CNAHIJQ.iRLO/LF t4CGFOICT .

!:, gone in for the misplaced eyebrow. And yet our legislature as a ness of the lime-clay strata which t Far

If, ?I o-- group constitutes the all powerful forms the foundation of the lime-
branch of government. These sink walls.
'p I
; ; j' ; Elderly chess expert says women cannot concentrate- are the boys who really have the No attempts are to be made to or ggYYONh

,':; except on a new spring outfit, we suppose.I say when it comes to raising or raise the two trucks, but the divers

I I;:: t,., r o----- lowering your taxes; they control will try to locate them, If the
for all state departments Isn't too
appropriations depth great.
/ all crooks laid end to end would be
:. were some surprised
; they have the power to Geologists are hoping to find out
: at the company they found themselves in. levy taxes and create boards and some things they could not other- That Florida's soil and climate -ar admirably annals of Florida fishing history was accomplished
" o I commissions to levy still more; wise learn, when the divers make suited to the growth of numerous tropical fruits several ;years ago near New Smyrna when a shark

',: 'I they can change or regulate your their Investigations. has long been known, nevertheless. papaya tree weighing over 600 pounds
;; It is foolish to talk about going back to the horse and I was caught by Pat I
city or county government and New reel pictures have already bearing 68 fruits for a total weight of 166 Ibs.I. Kelly, then only 13 years old. To the amazementof
buggy days. Nobody knows where to find a horse. make you like It. They can give been made of the lime-sink and are is believed to be I'
something of a record even in all on board Capt. Addison Clark's yacht"Bunk"
--0- you a helping hand or a kick In : now being shown all over the coun- this state of
agricultural advantages. The above the huge fish CITe birth to 14 little
the well-known A reel is
pants as they try. news company plan-
;. { Looks as if Bradford County folks will have to to I tree was by J. J.'
1 go choose and If they happen to feel ning to have. staff of photograph. Llndsey at Everglades harks! when brought to the stern of the boat Two
ll; Plant City if they want to attend a Strawberry Festival.o like it they can even go so far at era at Jasper next Sunday when Nursery near Fort Myers. of the new arrivals were born after tilt /fish had

-- to kick out the man you elect a, the deep-sea divers go down. One' of the most remarkable catches In then been safely landed.

It wasn't so difficult to throw the dollar across the Po Governor. So I'm tellln' you they One of the amazing questions -every--form of legislation, taxa- Instead the legislator must spenda self
completely confused
are the babies you better be think. by the
: tomac-the hard job was finding a man who had one to spare. in' about about the phenomenon, Is where tion. and education. lot of time listening to requestsfor complexity and multiplicity of the
: did all the enormous mass of 9.
'Full gardens, corncribs, special favors and making
problems with which he la
I D A good Governor Is powerless earth go to when It fell In. It Is smoke-houses, and feed barns to speeches to this and that club, all fronted. con.
It is reported that Tampans even stuffed the ballot when to render good government with a either very deep 'or there Is a insure a good living at home plus of which Is a part of his Job. More sympathetic interest lei

!''it: came to voting for performers on Major Bowes amateur bad legislature but a bad Governor swift under-ground stream to wash at least two money crops and an The Joy of the meeting at Talla- bitter criticism, and possibly a lit 'j
would be completely harmless witha it Over 2,500 cubic feet of
away. important :Cash income from hassee Is not
r very great. It is! a tie better would the
hour.t Improve ,
I' pay
/; good legislature therefore the sand clay lime-stone Just disappeared cows, hogs, or hens' .a' the busU, legislative ,mad-house. Many a of -L.CH.
t \ 0 honesty, Integrity and ability of somewh ri. The sink at: nJs policy of every farmer. Well-meaning members finds quality our legislatures- I II
him- Delray Beach News.
Stylists insist that men are going in for plucked eye our legislators Is a matter of grave the ground surfacv (ii fi almost per- "10. ,A love of the country community I
importance. round. Thj? holeIs' bowl
fectly of church and school and
:, brows. Henpecked husbands have worn plucked hair for And it ought to be a lot simplerjob shape. Recent cranks In the foun- Sunday school of country things

; ;1 V years. for you to elect good legisla dation of the sides'Indicate. that it and country sports and recreations,
0i tors than to elect a good Govern will cave more.Deepsea of( books and music and art to enrich -
f or. It is not so easy to check on dlvlng"l9 hazardous to and ennoble life for every. HALL'SGROCERY
i We've heard a lot of men say they didn't like dirty a candidate for Governor as it Is a say the least but diving In a lime- Individual."

t ;stories, but we never saw one stop up his ears to keep from man from your.own county whose sink of unknown depth will be a .

record is known to new experience. The reports are
r ; hearing. you. THE PLIGHT OF TilE
that it was a difficult search to
Now Is the time to look over the LEGISLATORThe
,e -o -- find divers who would attempt it.
Q local field and find out who is
i Everybody likes our weather. Even the robins are coming planning to represent you at Tallahassee department of our state government -

i earlier und staying later, South Florida strawberry grow- If you can find that SOLILOQUY OF THE SLOTMACHINE most criticism which recently'has received Is the Leg-the ,

, 4 ,; ers report. those who have announced or propose A Islature. We agree with many of AND LUNCH
" to announce are the "vestpocket"
13. these critics. Representation In the
0f ------ By F PATY
1 better get busy I
f I
Legislature In this
r ; Another Florida motorist has been shot by a hitchhiker and see to it that a "regular guy" I am the slot machine. I am others has frequently county been weak and, Friday and Saturday, Mar. 6.7

,I h' ;.j 1 he befriended, but still drivers continue to stop for these roadside gets In the race, for I'm tellln' you steel.mute. I am dumb.<- I am cold stupid and futile, as far as the best

I thumb artists. a few can"wrong"do more boys harm up than In Tallahassee a dozen- I have neither brains in my head interests of the people are concern- NOTICE-WE MEET ALL CASH

I blood in I nota
nor my body. am ed.Yet
\ 0 Governors.
i I cold blooded robber. I am a rob consider the plight of the PRICES
, I See where a student named Bull took part in a debate at Durln' the next few months ber who has never felt the warmthof poor legislator.The .

:: the University of Florida Well, bull usually wins out in an you're gonna hear a flock of gu blood In his veins. I rob the Job hardly pays enough( to

d event of that kind. bernatorial candidates tell you unsuspecting grown up and the take care of Tallahassee hotel bills. POTATOES, No. 2; 10 Ibs. _ 12c
1, what they'll do If you elect 'em. Innocent child allk A man must dig down deep in his
0 They'll promise to cut the cost of pockets if he Is honest to his SUGAR Best
I ply my trade In the fairest land Granulated 5 Lbs. 23c
+ Editor Merchant of the Madison Enterprise-Recorder i iy is government, eliminate all boards under the blazing sun. I was legalized eeesaary expenses If he has a ,
and commissions, balance the budget business
taking trip to Central America-not because of he there under the guise of or profession he must TOMATOES No. 2
/ a : anything provide pensions and unless giving aid to the sch.ools--to those neglect it or hire others to take Standard pack 6c

l published in his paper, however. you are Immune to high-pressure Institutions which build up and his place while he is attending a TABLE
0 oratory and banana oil fever you develop those very characteristicswhich session and making his political PEACHES, fancy No 13 for 25c
will probably fall for It. But the campaIgn. "
s ''y The old campaign promise used<:! to be "a chicken in every only chance in the world they lure I crush Into and that destroy.I paradise. on There Is no glory In being a legislator GRITS, Fresh MediumS Ibs. 23c

,potNow the average voter would be satisfied with a cou- might have to accomplish the earth the lawless and the gangster In Florida. Little else but

,I I + "pie of pieces of )home-curedbacon. things they promise rests with the because am the product of a sordid '- criticism comes his 'way. Seldom, MEAL, Fresh Water Ground 10 Ibs. 19c
boys you send to the legislature.So putrefaction spawned In the If ever, does an appreciative voter
0.- if you're really concerned brain of a Frankenstein.! step In to thank a legislator for RICE Whole Grain 5
Ee ; I Stnrke has thus far been slighted by candidates on speak about better state government I'm --.--- what he has done at Tallahassee Ibs. __ 25c

$ t v'1 fng tours. Citizens here seem to be bearing up remarkably tellln' you to quit klddln' yourself Great Salt Lake was created by ONIONS Yellow Globe
about the of "who'sgonna 3 lbs. lOc
,under the circumstances: however. settling of the earth's crust. Although ANNOUNCEMENTS
be Governor" and start
v It cover 2,000 square MILK
,l n l 0- light now plckln the RIGHT men miles It has an average depth of T" tae \'.."" ..r school BorilM.. I Nestle's 3 Tall _ 17c
A song recently written in Hungary is said to have for the next Legislature, and don't only fifteen feet. r hire >.. or ItraiirnrdHIH <....,..

I* caused eighteen people to commit suicide. Those who know pick too many lawyers. An ex --*& ,,hereby... tor" re-election-announce' my.the lf &offlo ran COCOA Pound Can ._ lOc
perienced wood chopper might N..h..ol noard
+? ''i Ft' say' It didn't sound a thing like "The M. G. R. and R." prove more valuable right now. Not Including children under No. 1 .ul>J..rt to Member the action for Dl.lrlo of/ the CIGARETTES

13. there are 50.000.000 membersof emocruilo. I primary June :r, 1836 If Pack _ 13c
promlxe "
0'0. It'' 11" i 0Q the various churches In the elated u fair and Unbar'
\ almlnl..tration
J' .
, t' r I Townsend is said to have conceived his plan I while United States. Thus Is an Increaseof Jh'.1...office. Your vote of' the and dnllee"uppor of CORN FLAKES 2 Pkgs. I5c
i. .11.11." _
\ cud will _
; li I : { shaving. He must be a very calm man. Thinking about $200 10,000,000 within a ten-year period. pr."h...... b. highly ..p

I\.,' ; ',.\j ,i', :" a month would- make most of us take' a slice off our chins. 1 From Other Pens I Renpectfulty.J. C. PUEVATT.FOII -. TOILET TISSUE 3 Rolls lOc

STEW 2 Ibs.
l' liil; I' 'j It might make sense, but we'll let you figure it out: Congress PEACR LOVERS S1IUDOKK I hereby. f'.r -.I"t'tlon announce myiielf"lat.d a. m..m"a (.'Andldat. 25c
t! :?,,1+ passed another neutrality bill ,almost simultaneously Progressive Farmer the N..hool to .Ihs no".d nl"lrl" NI>. 3 subject FLOUR. 24 lbs. Guaranteed 75c
Advocates of world peace shud. most largely circulated farm will ot the vntere In said _
( !. 'I' P with the appropriation of a huge sum for implements of war dered a fortnight ago when the azine in the South is fifty years mag- Mstrtct' ">::".J' ljlrl.: Ire te36.; Your vote
featly FRESH
( 'IZ, oWe House of Representatives voted for old this year In its "Golden An- apprs FISH. Lb. ._. 7r.

1 c r, I, I'' can't'approve of ministers allowing rattle snakes to the largest peace-time army appropriations niversary Issue" there appears the n..I".rtr..lly.Stafford'u Crow..

\;: I ;" : bite them, but they might keep one around the church and reason .in for our the history.super-budget Ominous objectives following :fine statement of its ten WHt T.\X Aas! lOHHOIt LARD. Best Compound ItY

,f I 'I t see if It has any effect on the amount of money placed in the was expressed by Chief of Army "1. Richer lands for every farm. I dMaJ.B7oryh.nmc7' ? of.ny..t sew' ".oraof KEROSENE OIL. Gal. 13c

4 \. r ;, :, collection plate. Staff Craig who said 'It is perfectly "2. A home of beauty, comfort to the will or the County. subject
evident to everyone that and convenience for every family .neratlo Primary voters at the cornIna SALMON.
f(1'1 o foaertlon to CanSCRATCHFFED.100
troublous times have again arrived "3. A 'Blue Ribbon Farm be held In Jun. Your vote and lOc
p 't';'; The modern husband who thinks he has it hard when he in the world We do not see ily' in every home Fam- I Iy port appreciated.Is. sollNted and will h. -r..t."D-.

} ';1,',I'' has to match a sample for his wife, should be thankful he how they can possibly concern us. "4. Modern equipment for every I Jtopectfully Ib8. 1.90
j;:; r ''I '-. t didn't live in prehistoric times when men had to go out and Nevertheless It Is unwise to neglect worker. E. W. Hayes,
: .. the lessons of our experience." I "5. Club work and vocational Pots TAX AS"F..1.OK
;.' ,+ n 'bring in leopard skins to match. For strictly military purposes, ,, training for every child. didaey"pctfi"y'... "nnoiinc.. 'my WE DELIVER GROCERIES & FEEDS
; -0 the House Bill provides about Tnt A ....or of Brad.
rt i 6. Every crop from purebredseed ford County subject to the will ot
: Eddie Cantor recently celebrated his forty-third birthday $377,000,000. Non.mllitary appropriations ; every animal from a pure ln. Pemocrallo' voter In the _m.
primary ,. ,
election Jm
I. I
come have
., ;1 anniversary and his fifth year on the radio. Wonder what total 168000000. or bred sire. for thirty-one year been a ta..
a of
$543.000.000.: Navy expenditures "7. payer or Bradford
Support of farm Onntr
: ,': y1' \,: ; Eddie done for a living the other thirty-eight years?-Wau- are expected to bring farm and home agents organizations and- all elected' the favors T... A..or, informatl, .1 guarsnt.e. and. If HA.LL GROCERYNEAR

r i;.,1, chula Advocate. He told the same jokes from the stage that total defense spending for 1936- cooperative marketing by every datum and courtepl that aeelom"'
I'I s-lven ..
37 "will
fiscal oft. .
to almost I
year 91.000.000.-
: : M ;;" he's using over the radio now. 000. family. sppr.clate your ....Iou. eonllde.. SEABOARD STATION
I "8. thn. vote ,.
'J. 'Equality tot Agriculture an".I..tane "
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