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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 13, 1936
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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LIGHT FROST IN COURT AGAINCHAIN COTTON SEED LAST-'MEETING"li SEVENTEENNOW 2 FARMS SOLDGOOD AGE PENSIONS {

ADJUSTMENT LAND CONTINUESTO
STORE TAX SEEMS OF TAX :

UNABLE TO STAY BOARD TO BE HELD FIND MARKET :;

REDICTED OUT SUPPLY APRIL 1 [ INCOUNTYRACES HERE : AGAIN UP :

I The Supreme Court was asked Bradford County Commissionerswill The Wilson Realty Co., this

Wednesday to reconsider Its decisions hold their'last meeting aa a week announced the sale of two DISCUSSION ; t' .

THURSDAY upholding major portions.of ALMOSTGONEFarmers Tax Adjustment Board on April fnrm properties, both belonging to FOR '

OR Florida's chain store tax law. The I 1, It was announced this week The the Federal Land Bank.
I The Moore farm, east of Lawtey, "
motion threw the entire litigation board has power to adjust only .

back into the court, delaying the Will' Begin taxes prior to 1934. Applicationfor I, Griffis Will lIe Candidate consisting of forty acres, was sold Thomas And Conner ,
Will' be made dl.rectly to A A. Annie, an employee of
If Any, expected mandate to make the decisions adjustment may
Damage,
To Succeedhimself Construction Co., Attend Ft. Pierce
final. The court had previously Planting NextWeek :to the board or through the the Campbell 1
Be Minimum' It now engaged In road work at Law- .
clerk of the circuit court.
upheld the graduated occupational Meeting I
the : ) ii,1'
Is Believed license scale and the one- .. --- tey. Mr. Annie will Improve
property and will probably make .
half of one per cent gross receipts FIELDS SHOULD RE GOVERNORSHIPAttracts KNIGHT AND JOHNS TO hi. home there. VAN HYNINO hOPES ;, fP : '
all stores. There was no
levy on
INE CROP OF BERRIES indication when the court would AWAY FROM WOODSOnly RUN FOR COLLECTOR Jon The second transfer was the sale STATE CAN QUALIFYA

NOW IN PROSPECT I of the Renfroe farm, 100 acres '

HERE I rule on the new.petitions. a few bushels remain of The political week in Bradford near New River, to O L. Thomas, J. Thomas, clerk of the dr.. \\
cult court, and L. L. Conner coun- '
the 160 bushels of Sea Island cot. County was marked by three formal of Starke

A telegram on the postofflce OVERLOADEDTrucks ton seed that were secured for and one Informal announce ty commissioner, left today for ;
at noon RECORD FIELD Fort Pierce where they will attend ,
\ulletin board Thursday I planting in Bradford County, Carl ments for county offices. r
IMi: -Colder tonight with _tter. Johns chairman of the supervisory \ A. J. Orlffla now completing his GIANT NETSeized the annual meeting of the '

((1 light frosts In low place" committee here, said yesterday. -- second term as Superintendent of Florida County Commissioners Association i I., I
at this at which plans for Florida Ik ;
Although a hard freeze Although heavy rains have caused SIXTEEN CANDIDATESMOST Public Instruction stated hilt In-

roe would be disastrous. with water to stand in some places, it EVER UEMEMBERED to participate in the Federal ,
strawberry-plants STOPPED HERE Social Security Act will be dla- : :
radforcl County is i believed that most growers; will IN STATE ;
with bloom and Immature -S cussed. ff 4 ,
uided of
begin planting about the first BY DEPUTIES :
ruit It is not believed that a light next week, by which .time the The number of candidates for, Old age assistance Can be made ,,

l out would do< any considerable SIX FOUND VIOLATINGLAW ground should be In good condition.It governor in the 1936 elections has available In Florida each county t ,f

,Image other than postponing for DURING PAST Is said that the seed sold here set a new high mark for Florida. In the state will appropriate sufficient ,'
the beginning of large WAINWRIfiHT WARNS OF funds to take care of a substantial ;., :;
few days should be enough to plant approximately Sixteen are seeking the Democratic -
ilpments of berries from here. WEEK I 350 to< 400 acres. nomination, while other political CAMPAIGN AGAINST portion of its eligible aged f

Growers here continue to hold Arrests of six-truckmen- driving I The following suggestions as to parties have not named any candidates I SEINERS persons, according to Conrad Van ,' ),:
'
"iat orospects for a good season overloaded vehicles have been made I growing and handling the Sea Island so far. .' Hynlng, commissioner of the State ,
,
re' the beat since 1931. For the on-hl ihyilar-;;: ; during the'' cotton crop were recently prepared I The first nomination primary Is A fish seining net 1.000 yards I Board of Social Welfare, who returned .
there Nix but long approximately a half mile-- this week from Washington ,
irst time In several seasons Charles Thomas, by E. M. agricultural more than two months away;
week .
in the ground past by Air Line was seized this week In Locklaosa whero ho conferred with staff '
enough moisture and agent with the Seaboard at least the candidates are showing
s of state road patrolman DeputyW. I L LAke by N D. Wainwright Jr., and i members of the National Security '
tn the
D insure a large production E. Thornton. All, with the Railway Co. i more Interest.: campaignthan A

,rat! jlass fruit, and unless a pro- exception of one caught Tuesday, Fields that arc selected for ever' before.. The first primary $..'s'r1.,; ': other district game conservation Board :
meted cold spell interferes ship- have paid fines and costs of around growing Sea Island cotton shouldbe is June 2, with the second \ p. 'II officers. The net, a curiosity In Congressman Lex Green has also V4

ncnts should get under way here and have been released. The well away from woods. It is primary on June 26. Its size, must be worth around been conferring with the Security .
$20 '
11 I mother( ten days. one Tuesday made bond and was not advisable to plant Sea Island Chief Justice J. B. Whltfleld of r $600 and was brought here by Mr. Board and states that under''the. '

Plant City has recovered some- not held since he was carrying a cotton on rich bottom land or "new the supreme! Cfeurt, who has observed Wuinwrlght. It may be seen at plan now suggested each county

bat from the heavy rains which load of perishable products.The land." All trash weeds and other many Apolitical campaigns, Anderson' garage In Florida must deposit with the 4 ,i. '

in 'iere in the midst of the shipJ trucks were weighed on the cover in which weevils might spend and W. T. Cash, state librarian who The raid was made shortly after ,state board sufficient money to ''

J season. Around fifty cars road and found to< be overloadedin the winter should be burned and has records on campaigns, said the the net had been set and an the carry the administration of oldage 4 t

oiled{ out of there the first of the amounts varying from 700 destroyed In the vicinity of the sixteen now In the Democratic deputies approached the law viola- assistance In that county. Then ., ; ,

..ee< In spite of drizzling rain that I pounds to one belonging to a brew- fields wherg Sea Island cotton will nomination race) makes a new record tors dived from their boats and too State Board of Social Welfare V Ltr
be Effort should be madeto for candidates. swam ashore. The boats could not will administer the assistance I4
,revalled there Monday( and Tues3 -. ing company that was carrying 2- planted. .
'<\ as It did here. 100 pounds too much weight. locate Sea Island cotton well The previous record was In the A. J. OIUFFIS be confiscated as they were not at. through Its district offices. 1' '

Prices there Monday are report- : -. away from any other cotton fields. 1932 nominating primary when to tached to' the net. NQ arrests The State under this arrange. '
of the land nine candidates in the field. tention of being a candidate have been made in connection contri. .
from seven toIgt Thorough preparation were yet meat will make a financial
j have ranged
to .
Will Hear the June 2 pri
DelegateThe himself In
succeed
!; cents a pint. by disking or plowing previous to More announced that year but with the seizure.A bution toward the cost of admlnlfl. -i

i --. Starke Townsend Club will laying rows to plant Is desirable.Sea some of them withdrew before mary. Mr. Grlffis has served during warning to fish semen thata tratlon but the cost of the assist 4 ,

meet in the high school! auditorium Island cotton seed should be time to pay the qualifying fees. trying times for schools in the drive against this form of law- ance itself will be borne by the .

No Clues to Death here Monday night, March 16, planted as early as possible and 'Candidate who have announcedthis tate, and although it has been Impossible breaking is" being made In this section counties and the Federal govern. : i''

A coroner's jury seeking to de- at 7:30: o'clock. A full attendanceis dates between March 10 and 15 i year for the democratic nomination he says, always to pay of the state has been issued by ment. In actual effect the fund ,

ermine: the cause of death of Mary requested by H. H. Young president are suggested. On account of poor: are Grady Burton of Wau- i, teachers right on Bradford time, he Is proudof Mr. Wainwright. will be supplied as follows: State. jit

'0 fly Owens met and adjourned in since there are important quality of seed grown in 1935 chula, Jerry Carter of Tallahassee, the fact that County ---.--- ten per cent; county, forty percent '

., .aite Butler Thursday afternoon ofsreekw1thoHtjimovethig..any matters to discuss in reference to.tha.metng.4f..dqlg&L.l growers are advised to plant at Stafford Caldwety pf Miami Dan' schools have not had to lose. any ; Federal government, fifty ,,:

'. from every'club least one bushet per acre this season Chappeir.of MaitoWred P. ,Cone time because of lack of funds. Off To CanalSix per cent. It Is necessary for every /"

ew evidence In: the "aso. The wo in this congressional dis- unless they know the seed being of Lake City' Redmond B Gautier Tax Collector C. A. Knight, also of- men left Bradford County county in the state to par- '
in
nan, apparently struck by a hit- trict. A..J. Grlffis, delegate from planted showed an extremely I of Miami!;' W. C. Hodges of Talla- I completing his second term Wednesday to work on the cross- ticipate In order for the plan to ; ,

nd-run driver, was found on the the local club, will report on the high percentage of germination. hassee..'Amos Lewis of Marianna ifce, will be a candidate to his to succeed formal state canal near Ocala, and seven- operate. ""l ,

igtway in the edge of Union outcome of the meeting. Mr. Rows should be about three anda MaUle Martin of Crestview, Carl himself according week. During -I teen left March 4 for the same Mr Van Hyning commented fur- 1.11

'ouaiy February'25. She died on Young asks that every member half to five feet In width and Maples of Wakulla, Noel E. Mitchell I announcement this Mr place. The following white men ther on the activity of old age pension J

be way to a hospital< here. bring a friend to this meeting. I plants should be thinned to about of St. Petersburg, Leslie J. :I his two received previous terms compliments !- were sent: Ezra Bagwell, John S. groups which are collecting j '

sixteen inches to the drill with two Miller of St. Petersburg. B F. Knight has his close attention muny to the Grlner, Roy O'Neal, Lester Shaw fees from aged persons desiring

Census Completed Time Draws Short plants to the drill. Paty of West Palm Beach, Raleigh on office. W H. Noegal.' T. T Garrett, .fames pensions, and said that applications c ,.I' I.
duties of this important
If you plan on using fertilizer, Petteway of Tampa, Peter Toma- Todd G. F Prevatt, Fletcher Ter- collected by these groups ( '
.h i Wainwright, enumerator, City Clerk Carl Johns reminded then from 200 to 400 pounds per sello of Orlando. and J. R. Year- I City Clerk Carl Johns, now In his rell, Leonard Cruce, Hugh Andrews have no merit whatsoever and payment A

Ihls week completed a business homeowners this week that the acre Is recommended of a standard wood of Winter Haven.Approximately third year at this office, announced James Lavendar, Karl Par. of fees to them will have no '

pnaus of Bradford County. The time for filing application for ready mixed fertilizer, or 100 to 360,000 voters that he would be a candidatefor menter, Lacy Thornton. Coloredmen bearing on their ellglbllty to receive '
''or* consumed a of about homestead exemption on city prop- collector. Mr.
period tax
200 pounds of Kainlt applied prior will be qualified for the elections.In county James Martin Luther a pension. '
-a da.ys. Figures compiled In the erty expires Match 31. This is the to planting Is suggested. the first democratic primaryin Johns made the race for this office were Everett: Morris, Cleveland Full Instructions as to the matht '
lemus will be made public at a later same deadline that applies for and was defeated Toplin,
__ -.-- 1932. there were 276,820 votes I four years ago Durban Eddie Yarn, Harvey Yarn, od of making applications will ba
date. county homestead exemption. by only a small margin of as soon as action by ,
BirthsMr. cast and tabulated. J. W. McMillan Walter Green. given publicly '
---- -- votes. .. the county commissioners deter.. '
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and.Ge"tzen, : Address Voters and Mrs. M. E. Coleman I Nelson Green, livestock owner Shanghai lies In about the same mines whether or not Florida may

Ipaty Within Week; First Heard r I' Starke, boy February 27. TOM BECK WINS p.nd head of the screw worm control latitude as Mobile, Ala. participate In the plan, he said. '

I 1 Mr. and Mrs. Joe Forsythe, FIGHT I I work In this county during recent -

'A Governor of Florida baa more Sam W. Getzen, candidate for Hampton, boy February 27. months stated that he wouldbe Ole Alligator Creek Ain't What It ;

ower than a man with proper mo- the office of State Treasurer I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Frlgo. Starke, FLOORS OPPONENT IN I I a candidate for the sheriff's office Years Ago 111 Il'nl: 1 t.
Used To Be Many Long .
his formal an- t' 1
hlve, wants and more power than Tuesday afternoon addressed a boy, February 28. FIFTH ROUND IN I and would make '

man with corrupt motives small number of voters here who Mr. and Mrs. B. Green Starke, JACKSONVILLETommy 1 nouncement soon. south of town heard an

eo v2.,' B. F. Paty, ,candidate for gathered to hear him in spite of a girl. February 29. Beck., Lawtey fighter,, This week brought the total to (By II. E. LAGERGREN) ominous tie just roar toward the, east He
kovernor, said here Saturday In a drizzling: rain. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Davis. Graham seventeen candidates who have Alligator Creek as It existed before
of Lazlei and wondered. The roar
made short work Larry stopped ;
Mreet corner address in which he Mr. Cetzen native of Columbianow boy March 4. bout in the'' thus far made public statements drainage operations had tam he sawa
feature Presently
In the tenround came nearer.
rged that powers of the governor making his home in Bushnell, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Youngblood, concerning their candidacy. Others ed it, was an Irresponsible stream. '
s several feet high ;
Jacksonville arena, securingknockout wall of water,
oe curbed. served In the legislature from Sum- Waldo, boy March 6. fifth who have previously announcedare It was formed by several branches tidal It .J ,
In the like wave.
decision a
coming on ;
':My! > plan is to have the legisla. ter County from 1922 through 1935 Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Stokes, to writ. : W, J. Epperson and Charley E. all starting In Clay County and with floating log.,. '
sports
round. According waa charged/;
R.Prevatt.s .
girl March 7, state aenate: Millard coming together on or near R.
pure pass a simple resolution which and was Speaker of the House of Brooker Johns for the and struck
era, Lazier appeared to b. hoMlnjj cross-ties and pole, ,
and Mrs. Jim Moore, Law- sheriff E. W. Hayes L land. '
Mr.
for
"oulcj restrict the powers! of the Representative in 1929. John ; to
rounds, with force enough
first four the trestle ,
his own. in the ,
Kovemor in mattersremoval.," The candidate' speech here was : tey. girl March 5. H. Hill and R. F. Demoreat ,foe About 1880 a Mr. FltzgerakJbought ot
cut under Beck'i shake it.. It had rained heavily
he said should of nature -r Mr. and Mrs. J. E. JVorman, having opened a taxaanesaor C. C.Butter and A. A. the land wherethe con
n believe we put free> from attack a personal the Law : ; ; and of water ( '
seemed to mass
late ;
which give a great
pa' en,1 to h1&ht.llraDny' andJiJeapoHsm and dealt mainly with planksIn Starke. girl. March 8. eye Durden for representative; J. C. fluence' took place. To gather the I
somewhere
In this tate_ All* the his platform. I' Mr. and Mrs. M. O Bundy Ther- tey boy considerable trouble Prevatt and H. J. Lewis for school water Into one channel and thus i had been pounded up
in the fifth however Beck until It finally broke loose a* a
|>gi8liture\ ha* to do is tojpass this He stated that he was the author ems, girl. March 8. Early with a floor-swung right board front District Threer: Joeeph drain the rich muck land, he dug, i small tidal wave. It la said that f'
connected
Phnpl resolutT6n"which would give of legislation whereby small Mr. and Mrs. Scott hIcks Wal! to Lazier' Jaw. flooring E. Wilson for county commissioner with his own hand, a capacious soon after the railway had been 41

fhe people of Florida the right to counties, such as Bradford, shared do, girl March 8. him.uppercut Lazier jumped up at the from South Starke.STARKE ditch around the swamp, on his built a similar wave swept away t
ole in the boundary lines, as run by a sur
on this counties
question equally with large -- county of ten. but the referee refused the trestle and part of the em- j

Paly, a resident of West Palm division of the gasoline tax fund. Executive CommitteeA to let him continue: .since TO SEE veyor. Later another north surveyor boundary bankment. ,
moved the -
aell and the first candidate for He also sponsored legislation mak- he seemed docex and :would have came and Goats, calve and pig were often '
Bradford
tate office to address a Starke ing it possible for counties to profIt I .regular; meeting! "ofj Uvj been.av. etsay'target.lorTh.ck'. at SHIRLEY.. FIRST. ten feet farther south. Fitzgerald with drowned when the 'Gator went '

''udlence. was heard by a crowd. of from race track money and this County Democratic Executive tack. instead of quarrelling on a rampage, but a* tar as known -
"bout hereWtdDes s TREAT IN STORE the quietly filled up the
100 persons. bill meant approximately $20,000to Committee was held RARE surveyor no human life had, been taken by
Paty slashed vigorously at the this county last year he said. day. It was Voted to levy one- FOR MOVIE FANS ditch along there and dug a new It. However a near drowning .

o-Joh( man practice-th.. policy Getzen said that his record in quarter per cent on candidates asa 'Slot 'Machine Robbery SUNDAY one of the line last run. once took place; A well-known 4

f employing In 'other would show he was fee. Members peresent In the early days there were no '
filing
legislators the legislature Allen-Johns was arrested about Starke will have the unusual Once' businessman of Starke, then a lit- '
ranches of the state government, in favor of old age pensions were: W. B. Alexander, chairman Sheriff bridges across the Alligator. with his
10 o'clock Tuesday night by of seeing the first tle boy, was walking
Sunday
aIling it "an Insidious treacherous "whether the Townsend Plan or a J. M. Alvarez. E. I.. Gainey,A. L. W. privilege a man from Kingsley lake, goingto the almost creek. i
J. and Deputy mother along dry
W. and
Epperson showing In Florida, possiblythe it at the
bill and E W, Starke. had to cross
ractice Introduced a B. Roberts
which He Sullivan. C. i.
permits thegover.or better one. break
E. Thornton attempting to first In the country, of Shirley foot of Laura street. The water picking flowers, near the Colleyplace '
to usurp the powers 'of the providing that pensions for Con- Hayes. into the jack pots on two slot machine Temple's new film "Captain Jan. and swift. H. rodea The boy went into thji wa
rate t legislature, and this happened federate soldiers be raised from $25 -. Deal ServiceStatIon was very deep and stepped ,
-- in the New uary" when It Is unreeled at the and stopped and wondered ter to play suddenly
the ms _ion'" He rapped to $40 a-wmth he said. He also small mule hole feet .
here. The officers happen. Into a well-like man;
ie to New Jewelry StoreC. Kits Theatre here. if he would be able to cross
policy of the state executive worked for legislation designed ed to be opposite the filling station stroke of Isham deep. Only the heroic exert) >ns of .
fortunate He then saw
giving to state appointees an make it possible for Florida to A. Carver jeweler. baa openeda when John broke through a Through a with safety. his brave mother saved him from I
less an accident, other side, coming toward -
Social booking more or Cone on the '
ppointment in one hand and "anflidated participate in the Federal shop In the store formerly occupied side window and entered the place. drowning. I '
Miss Mlna Manama manager him. Mr. Cone drove a cart
resignation in the other." Act.During .. Lewis. Mr. Carver ,she lays
Security by S. O. shattered the thick glass
He had able to fub. In 1919 while the excavation*
the ,
Ie "I of the theatre, warn! riding the horse a* was
explained this places the offl- his, speech he said, In watch clock and with, machine
specializes a
'lat transferof covering the jack-pots secure-this film-before it ha play Ion then. The cart body was loaded for the east septic tank was going ,
life of the state at the mercy shall never vote for the general repairing and has had but had not taken
the sacred hammer ed any of the larger houses In the I with pigs, confined by means on In Alligator swamp the trunk
chief executive mo that any monies from the twenty-seven years of experience out money at the time the officers audl of sweet was found at the
any country. It is expected that of slat nailed across the top. A* a bay
hey can be removed at time fund except for the paymentof line. He was for fourteen E.
any school In this made the'arrest. Judge this sec into water the depth of nineteen and a half feet '
here and throughout the cart got deep
ithout and the maintenance Com ences ,
.
hearing. school teachers years with the Duval Jewelry. K. Ferryman said yesterday thata tion of the state will flock to the pigs stuck their snouts out be- This shows that the creek bed one- '
The slot machine racket in Flor- of schools. Jacksonville. been _
of had not
,''a also pany. hearing In thecase. Rita Sunday and Monday to see tween the slats, Increasing their was much lower,_ washings from
came In for a scatchlng hardened -.-.- asked for.Gasoline. the water increased In the adjacent high lands having filled o
that latest.
board so I Shirley1 squealing as
\ the pardon .....
Denunciation from the speaker, in .. y
.h'ch' b. criminals' are not loosed on the 'Work To Be On Display -- Next Tuesday and WednesdayW. depth. Then the noise stopped fora It up. ,
declared slot
the ma. _
_
for doing away Consumption cdkslder few moments while the cart was The Alligator 1 is the groat sewer /
stands whom.
mei and Fields, many
C
are taking "millions of dol-! state of making the poll A display of clothing and other foremost comedian entirely under water: then it was for many square mile of territory _
ar custom Bradford country's
the
from with the in
the of gasoline
channels work The use
t. legitimate women's Hitherto more
In the
.f to the right to articles made \_ to the Ritz In "The Man on resumed in a coughing" and choking Including Starke. _
03.133 .
Business tax a prerequisite showed decline from comes '
of :
and sending It out the poll tax room in Bradford County will be County Using all until terra firma was reach water has flowed Into it than It
he state.- vote. He explained la December to 81784'tons The Flying Trapeze. way
Promising to seek real next week In a window of gallon could and inundation "
trivial shown device. with which ed. The man from Klngsley got carry away
comparatively comic
.
the
of this law said he would revenue is store gallon in January. Kero.aene'colUlUmption the> I
Paty Rachel's lands was
low
formerly of the adjacent
mu'3! solving
what was all the
the right-
of becometamUta.r. across< -
have already _
payment fans
1110
making the ,Increasefrom Fields '
that the machines not while I 180 showed aa been
are employed The creek has now
result.
Sewing rooms '
here. the walking
tends to in brand new situations, problem by up-
requirement
ennlUed to In tax a voting at '7,376 gallons In December to Rowel '
operate Illegally are now In operation I canalized all the ,way to
The revenue women succeeds In providing right. :
TorWa. If he becomes corrupt the ballot box. D.OO8 gallons in. January. A total the comedy
Hampton'and'
governor. he ald. : Starke. Lawtey. never One Sunday 'morning it' Starke -
chools.. rate entertainment
i. also ana< he to which goes to Is also of 249 ton of fertilizer was first I )
would endeavor the stroke of, Brooker. A comfort.factory In action for a moment. 0 man, walking on the railway tres (Continued On Pags Eight
a v S paue4 a. coastltUtlODalrnentlment can be replaced "by operated here. used here last mosith.r slowing up _

limiting th. powers of the axe In one state department.
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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA ,_ __ RI AY, l\L\R'IIIS. Ib
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''VOOIJLA'VN' BOATDRAINAirs. HAMPTON GUM BRANCH of Section Two Town.hlp Six U. Dyal and wife, et ,.ii ,I (
Houth Range Twenty-one East the under..llrn"11" ''I't"'
Take until'< that Ihe following petition '" "
:Mr*. N. Bradtay, Correspondent Z. Z. Griffin, Correxponden IU.. A.. IVI..... C.rr.......".. Mln Elizabeth Ilarnage, Cor. will prvHi-ntcd Co the Hoard thence South to the Southwest. corner appointed an Special :M ,'' "-
I of Public! InotuicUon for BradfoidCounty. of Section Two Township Six tery to execute, the ..., 'i
Rev E. C Hogan of Jacksonville The fish supper given by the Mr. and Mr*. D.- I. Knight and Florida at It* re/ uiar meetIng South. Itange Twenty-one Kant Monday the IIlh I,,"" ",''II i
Miss Thelma Gasklna Saturday Northwest corner .lurlnw the hum/;
spent Courtlioim.. In thence Went to the leval ,, *
the County
filled his regular appointments Baptist W. M. IT that was announced children were the guests of Mr. and nt Six for. the ".'I'.
night at the home of Mrs. W Htaikc, Florida at 10:00 A. M April of Section' Ten. Township Court HOII ,| V
at China Grove Church for March 13, is postponed, because Mra. Ed demons Sunday eth 138 to-wlt: Houth Kange Twenty-ono East, Kloilda, Hell to the hiwli, ", s>t

R.A.Kersey J. Crawford npent Sunday Sunday and Sunday night. of the Senior Play at Starke. Mr.\ and Mrs. J. D Dobbs Jr.. TO TUB iiotm> OK prni.ir is.NrillCIIOM .> of thence Section South Ten.to Townnhlp fI..uthw..t six corner South bld-ler.>ed fop land.canh...11"81 th,,>' f,", i I'"',, .,;'"""ft" kiHcrll

night with Rudolph Chlsm. Zenas Grlffls and Arch Prevat The fish supper will be given and children Violet and Eugene, >.r, FLORI"OV HII4I>KOHItoi Range Twenty-one. Kant of thenceVAeHt Section Ing-In: Bradford Cou"il'I i i 'r* :.t
North went corner
attended the singing convention March. 20. at the city hall at 7:3O: of Lake City and Clyde and Lonnle to
lira Lena Gasklns wall visiting Wit, the undersigned qualified Seventeen Townahlp Six Soulh.Jtanlt' 8EV, of N1<:'i, NEi. ,'
held at Corinth Churc m. Everybody Is invited.J. visiting .. Kant thencsHouth of NKH of V J *.
Dobbs of
at the home of Mrs W R Kersey whclh was p. Ralford. were clpi-tom that pay a tax on real or Twenty-one NE'4 :. s
last Sunday. P Summers and family ofPalatka Mr. J. A. Harnaze and family Sun prrnonal property each rewldent of to Southwest' corner of aectlonHeventeen Townahlp' 7 8. IS .1] ,:", lj
last week-end TownHhlp Six South W 4of SW% of NW', fit
Hpeilal. Si'hool IHntrlot Number i.. ,
N. M. Bradley of Keystone Camp, Arnold Grlffls was visiting relatives were the guests of Mrs.Summer's Iday. 14 of Hiiadford Tax County Florida reminctfully Range Twenty-one Kant thence Kant of N\V'.4 of SWV4 i.i i"" *H
in Green Cove Springs Sun mother Mrs. Josephine Mr. and Mrs. P. D, Reddish and petition the Iliiard of to the Northeast corner of Section TownHhlp 7 8. 11 .> i H
spent the week-end here with his I Public Inntructlon of Bradford Twenty Townehlp Six "South Range with the appurtenan, ,. ,
family. day and was accompanied home bMs Sullivan, recently. children were tbe-guests of Mr. County Florida to hold an election. Twenty-one Bast thence South' to to be mad purnuam .Id' II
Jlr. and Mrs. A J. Yarbrough wife, who had spent the past I I Rev W. T. McGuire will preach and Mrs. J. S. Sapp, Sunday. to determine whether iiald Hpeclal Hunt h went corner of Section Twenty ere. to ..."..fl the "", y\ I U
Six South, Range E. K. 'or
*:
Township P"1RHY
Tax School IMHtrlct number 14 Mia 1 1 ght. 1 \
of Cross City are announcing: the two weeks there with her slater at the Christian church here, next Miss Bertice Norman of Hell- be divided into and nhall become Twenty-one Kast. thence Kant to 365t p"<:lal 1\Ia.... III\,.ita.

birth of a son on February 29. The Mra. Ralph Dyal. Sunday morning: and evening: bronn. spent Friday night with three Hpeclal Tax School: DlHtrlcm, point of beginning.Which ..,
I Dan Boree of Jacksonville, wa Mrs. Minnie Johns, who has been Miss each for the purpona of levying and are the respective Special -
: little boy Is the grandson of Mr. Gladys Knight. collecting a dlntrlct nchool tax for Tax School District as they existed 1" '''TF-R'"' -
II1,1
anJ Mrs. E. E Yarbrough of this visiting Albert Grlffia last Wednesday visiting her daughter, Mra. J. C. Mrs. W. P. Harnage and Ger- the exclusive' u.h of pulillo free before their consolidation.I KOTICH I I. hereov! ."i\ .. : ,,
Cooke, of Washington, D. C.. returned aldine Harnage were visiting Mr. x< him In within nui-li reipectlvedlxtrlct ler and by virtue of n i F,?,,, ,"i1nt :
section. __ .. each .uch Hpeclal tax ."hnoldlHtrl..t '''i '" .
i \ ,. U Conner J It :ManningV ForecIoHure mnrte ,, 7*
._ __ home here this week. I of mi,
Kev. ana Mrs t; u. nogan ana and Mrs. B. M. McRae Sunday to he a* follow and with S. Sapp Xitry Crawford by the Honorable' H i. !M".11""
daughters Irene and MarJorie, of A A. Durden, of Starke, was a j I: Pine Level. the following boundaries to-wlt* W.B. Bloods worth fry Reddish Judg-e of the Circuit i I'",,,,, ,"'
i Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and visitor here this week. Miss Melba demons spent the HPKCIAIj TAX SCIICJO, DISTRICT "ller Sapp Cluraie HutchuM 8lh Judicial Circuit ..r I\ \I"rid.o hand
" IT WORKED NUMBER 10: (IJelng the dintrie W. F.. R..pp ..nnW' for Bradford founteery *
\ ,
,
; ; :1 : Mrs. Zenas Grlffls last Sunday. Harmon Morgan, and Grand : weekend at Rising as the guest .t formerly known aH Vander- AI. lIulllnll' A. A. Hutch..nnwurth. dated March 2nd, i I' ,I'' "i*a

: : Mrs. Ralph Galney and daughtera mother, Mrs. I. J. Priest, were ''or her slater Mrs, L, r. Conner. bllt. ) : BcKlnnlnir. Houthwent cornel ,It. V, Alvarea certain catixe therein i I"," i" ':th
V. T. ero..hy
i of tI"'llon Ulitht. Township HlxHouth 0 n. Alvar. InA' between the Pedruil I i K"KHlfti
I Katherine and Christine, or shopping in Starke last Monday.Mrs. Miss Hazel Reddish spent the Itana-e Twenty-one Kant ((1', lit. Norrnan J. T. narnellK. Porporatlon I 'i "',"rf'VM'
:\L Bethel were visiting Mr. and Mrs J. H Saxon had aa her week-end with Hazel Sapp. I thence KftNt to SotitheaHt rorner. of T. Cr..w. I."on Conn..rH. Delia, Thomas' Wld,"' ,,,i }

I ., ': fOR ME, Eugene Grlffls last Sunday, guests this week her brother M. I Miss Helen Norman spent Thurs Section ICange .Mne Twenty-one TownHhlp KaHt Six thence South, ., J.M.. Norrnan AI"n.... 0.At.x E. lIR..n.Cro"byH ... therein fenduntM.. appointed the underMK all st,'',". 'I i,.,,1?] .V.,;, *"

""H;. Gladys Lee of Bethel, was visIting L. Lane, of Avon Park, and her day night at Pine Level as the North to Southeant corner uf faction J. L. Und..rhlll B. Alvar... In Chancery to exemi. ,",,, ."I
I ,Kour. TownHhlp Klx South, Kanire It. n. n..ddlHh "'l1t" Alvare.It. will on Monday, the "
: H Hf" her uncle and aunt Mr. and nieces Mrs. Rosa Slbley, and Mrs. I -truest of Miss Vesta McRae. '1 Twenty-one KuHt thence Kant to the M. Alvar... Wlllllrd Alvar.'Y' .. t9 16, during the legal 6th i I",ri "\' "',>

c 1.1Y.! Mrs. Zenaa Grlffls, Sunday May Hall, both of McRae. Mrs. Bill Newsome of Starke, SotitheaHt corner of Section ThreeiTownHhlp \ H. Halalap f'1..rl"H Ah'lire. before the Court H .u-. ,i",, ..
Hlx Mouth, Twentyone J. Jlf. K..rsey Mr... Anna H".t." Starke. Floridalell, '"\
:V' Mr and Mrs. Dan Boree and of Itana-e i i |10. \
',, spent Friday here the guest her ICuHt theni-e North to Solltheant F'r..nk Thorn... J. \\', UunnJl and hent bidder for i .i-h" ''I.i .. high.,, ,
Harold and Doyle and Irene PINE LEVEL of Section 'I'homaa r.onnt. f"r..wfort'w deHcrlbed ""'
sons sister, Mrs. T. N, Norman. torner Twenty-two Inw land*, i I", ,
,,;I):. IV OJ1JnI .1wM/d Boree of Jacksonville were visIting Mrs. Carrie and Miss TnwtiHhlp. Five South, Range Twentyone C. 'Val'd :t-tl-5t-4-3 and being In Hradfnnl.., ,I i ', K1 1)1')'
Qyownlng *
Mm. II. M. Mcllue Correspondent
Kant thence Kant to Southeast Ida to-wlt:
I ;; 141 fN1l relatives In this section Sun Anna Maude Dowling of Raiford corner of Section Twenty-three \rKIt'II \1..1 Tlie. Slj of the SK'I "r i \1\1,
II TownHhlp Five South, llange Twen- NOTICI-: IB hereby ffl\vn that un- and the NK'/i:: of tinMuctloil \\ ,] '
i' day afternoon. Mr and Mrs. J. D. Dobbs and I were visiting at the home of Mr. :- .111' l
l JI" Final iJecieeuf "
d..r and vlitue of
: ti'l" tv-one llHHt: thence Noith to North- by a / 10, TOVHIHIIII. ,,
Mra. Lizzie Lee and children of children of Lulu, and Mra. W. F. and Mrs. H. L. Edwards Sunday. **.aHt corner of Hfitlnn Twenty-three. KorecloHtue made and rendered. lunxe 21 nam "","1 I', ''"'Aacren Ii|
"
:( "'IUIh'Pn Bethel were visiting Albert Grif Harnage and granddaughter, Geraldine -- -- Townnhlu Five South Han it" Twen by bv the Honorable II I... "Hel, >rlnK.ludK more or 1 leH "I
I ty-one RiiHt, 1h"n.WeHt to New ,1 ''' of the Circuit Court of the with the nppnrtenan. ."
""I'fli'i i tin and her daughter Mrs Arch Harnage, of Gum Branch BUSING Itlv.... thence HouthweHterly alonirnald 8th Judicial Circuit of Florida. In to be made purHtiant t t ,, ,-"i iuu[fl.\ ..:
\+i, Frevutt of this section Sunday were guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. river to Went line of SnttloiiTwentynine. and for Bradford .Countv In Chan- to Hatlnfy. the HHKIO" an ', 'I '" Alls Kdnu Lewis Correspondent Township Five Houth.Unnure o ,ry dated March 3rd. 19J6, In that E. K. PEKK\ \1\,
i;' I' A. H. Green and Nelion Green, McRae, Sunday.Mr. Twenty-oiu 1 Kant, thence, itirtaln. cnuHe theieln lately pendlnfrbetween An Special MuHtt i 'u" i t 1',11I.' ..
J ,, TifORE people couW l feH fine, be of Starke, made a business trip and Mrs. J. E. Starling and Mrs. David Paulk and little South along auld Una to point nf be The Federal l>and Dank of 3-6-61..3
Y \' *. Columbia. Plaintiff, and S. U Frescott -
; fit follow and regular, if they would through this section last Thursday children apent Sunday with their daughter, Margie of Densmore ginning.BPKCIAI.: TAX SCHOOL, PISTK1CT and wife, et at, Defendants, the MIMTKII'H: '( tl INOTITK :

(' :j li j.nly lanitals the rule of doctors and afternoon. parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. C. D Edwards Nf.MBEH IS: ( llelng the illxtrkt underHlgned, who waa therein appointed In hereby irlx. ,tI, ,'h''Rt t
?
IQ In Chan-
relieving Liili Manter
1l: ''I\,\', Never take any laxative conj> \ that u. in John Prevatt was visiting his in Vandejbilt section. of Crosby Lake spent Saturday Beginning fortnetly at the known NortheaHt HM H..lll>ron): r.pry to aa execute Special tlie Mame, will on der and of Foreclosure by virtue i>.f II PHUIcree ,,, IJ.
corner |
II'' I, irsh in action. Or one. the dose of mother, Mrs. Paul Prevatt Sunday Mrs. J. L. Underhill, Mrs H. H. night with, their parents Mr. and of the HiiutheaHt Quarter of SectionKlve. Monday the 6th day of April 19.16: dereil, by the lIonorHbl ma< H und I I. ii sbrln

I v Inch can't be exactly measured. _. Lewis Mrs. B. Shaw and Mrs. H. Mrs. Walter Underbill. .. Township Six Bouth, KangeTwentytwo ilurlnK the the Court leiral Houtie houra door of In Male Starke, before *. JudKe of the ('It., Ii" i ontt-

I )octprs know the dunaer .if this rule Englishmen didn't have to buy M. McRae visited the bedside of Miss Mary Mott of Brooker the NoitheaHt Hunt corner, thence of North Section to Florida, Hell. to the hlKhent and beHt the In and Hth Judicial for HruiUuid, Circuit! i <,.,.r0'10",,mi,/,, ., ("

) violated..They use a liquid laxative hats unless they chose, in the mid. Mrs. Elbert Glover in Boatdrain spent Saturday and Saturday night Thlity-tvvo TownHhlp Five South. .Milder, for .caxh the followlna-' Chancery, rimed. Marrli _>i, "tlhed landx, Mltuate. I Ing and he-
j ..id keep reducing the close until the die of the 18th century. Three hats afternoon.Mr. Range Twenty-two EuHt, thence ) i that certain caune tlui" 'in ]lalt|
: section Saturday with Misses Edna and Vera Lee Inv In Bradford County Florida, to-
j' t iwels need no help at all./ Went to Norlheant' corner of Section pending between the K.'..1' i ,i ( ,,
I could be rented for $0 a season. and Mrs. C. K. Andrew, of Lewis. I Thirty-Mix. TownHhlp Five Houth wit: MorlKaice col poratlon. I':!,:,:: l'llt ,
j Reduced tlosago ut the scrret of Mr. I Range Twenty-one Kiint, thenceNoith SW<4 of SEU and \VS( of SE'Jof MluiiLhe t.'hltt..n., HI' ., |I',,(",,,
I I a: ling Nature in restoring regularity. Panama City, were visiting Elder C. A. Crosby of Brooker, to Houtheant corner nf Sfitton SPIi/i' Hvctlon 21:!, Township 7 dantN. the iinderKlKned "h '"
1 iu must uv a little lew laxative and Mrs, H. M. McRae, Sunday aflernoon. spent Sunday with :Mr. and Mrs. Twelve, Township, Five Houth Month liHntfH 20 Kant, therein appointed BM 1 Sp" ti I Mam,
.ch lime ami that's SALVE Range Twenty-one Kast. thence. with the appuitenancex. Said mile In thancery to exeuiu ,n' 'IA.
I why it &hould I Ruby Crosby.Mr. .
; I Went to New River\ thence down to be made pumuant to Raid Decree will on Monday the ,iih!, ,Iar.
Lea liquid like Syrup Pepsin. for Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Newman ofSaxton and Mrs. Jeff Lewis spent I Hald river to ....(.,Ion line dlvldlntr to Biltlnfy the name and costs.K. April, 1936. during 111." 'KKal' hmof
" Ask your dru (.' 'ist for a bottle/ of 666 were visiting relatives and Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Newon I Sections IB and 22. TownHhlp Five K. PEHRVMAN, Hale, before the Cotlit H l ,:,,.-do
Dr. Culdwell's South Ilange Twenty-one Runt An In Starke. Floitdn. ....If' 'h., >
J, Syrup Pepsin, and if COLDSprice Special Matter In Chancery. hir
attended meeting here Sun Mott of Brookftt, ,
I' doesn't ubrolutn prayer thence Uant to NortheaHt rorner ofSection a-a-St-4-3 PHI and beht bidder d \ ,'Nh. t>
.it. give you relief if day night. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Drlggera of I Twentvtnree., Township following demrlbed '''''11"I'\\ "
isn't a Joy and comfort: in the way Five South, Range Twenty-one' Kant, ,, lying and belnK In In,'.t I U evcreorms onv rlugTPil'nesB or M< rir> .'niK/rs< Remember the Memorial Service Lake Butler, spent Sunday after thence Huuth to SoiitheaHt rorner of M \MTnirt %LI: Florida to-wlt :
I I biliousness, your money back. IIAL"OIJIII,>.,, ) 5C, IOC. 25C at Pine Level Church next Sunday noon with Mr. and Mra. J. R. Kelly. Section! Twenty I hr.... Township NCiTfCn la hereby given thnt un The H'j" of the HW' ol, ,it. SHU
.' i Five South, Range' Tweiity-nne Kant, der and by virtue of a Final Lie- and: the 8VV the SI ,>r th!
in memory of J. W. Driggers who thenceVeHt to' Smifhw -Mt- f-ftrnAr' nfMepllntl "ret of For ("loNure made and ren SK'i; of ilo'f: IS, Ti,\\ n.-lilD' 'I I I
died a few weeks ago. Mrs. Gladys Rhames and daughter Twenty thlee, Tawnnhlp dered by the Honorable II t,. SeHlnK South' r.nnn* 22 Maxi: I.
Five' />South Range Twenty-one Knur, Judire of the Circuit Court of with the appurtenant"i"s ':lId n
Miss Arle Fountain spent part Alta, and Miss Ethel Stones, thence Smith to Southwetit corner of the Kth Judicial l circuit "' Florida. to I lie, made pur..UtlRIlid T I),
Mr. Strawberry Grower'and Shipper of last week In Gainesville with of Hampton spent Friday with Section Thirty-five, Townnhlp Five In and for Hardford County, In rree to vatlxfy the noun" md 1011.
relatives. South, llunge Twenty-one Kant, Chancery dated Mnn-h 2nd. 1946, In 1K.. f'F.1I111: 1 VNAn : ,
Mrs H. H. Lewis. I thence IIiiHt to Sotithiuint corner ofSection that certain cauMf therein lately Special Maoti'i' li" h6.r.t4.a """
Lonnle and Clyde Dobbs of Ral- Robert Ward is spend a few I Thlrtv-flve. Tuwnnhlp. Five pcndlnit between thV Federal Land' :!- .

We have a limited supply of Wire-Hound 36 Pint_ IadUPak ford were visiting friends here weeks in Plant City with relatives. South thence' South Uunge;: to HoutInvent Twenty-one rorner Kant of, ;?", ; : ................ ..,......,. "','\o"#" """" """"' ''''' ''''' '' _'''''''''''''''......'..'...."
Sunday Northwest ijuartet* of Seillun One,
"
Strawberry Crates", and Cups that we will sell TownHhii Six South! Range TweiiIvone ,
Miss Helen Norman of Gum Mrs. H. H. Lewis had as her HOW TO "KEEP EDUCATED"
K IIHI. thence HaHt to point of
along with the common crates and cups that you have Branch, spent Thursday night with guests Friday afternoon Mrs. H. I beginning.srnriAi.. Read llaily the Worldwide Conslrurlive' Newt in

been buying; in the past 6 common crates and and Vesta McRae. M. McRae, Mrs. J. L. Underhill, TAX. scucoor. r>isTRICT $
cups
: Tlie Christian Science
Mrs. Vollle Starling and Mrs. J. T.Phillip. NUMUHR 16Being: ( the dlHtilct Monitor :t
4 Pnd-U-Pak Crates and cups complete for $:J.20, the In Cordova Mexico "essence ofoffee" formerly known aH Klnlng) : Ait fnnmalMuuil Dorly. btuipaftrII \'
.. HeglnnliiK at the HiiutheaHt of
corner .. ..
.1.( .11 lh conil-urtlvi .1,1 nrvt bOIl. dim Bi>t .plait trim, .ltd "
is used to make coffee. A Section Twenty-five, Township Six ir.n.l.l. Men lik lk. .. ... .. .
Pad-lM'ak is guaranteed to deliver our berries to the Bert Shaw made a business trip i > .oln. "Th. .W P.y"> a tlmr [r. "
teaspoonful la added to( a cup of South flange Twenty-one Rant Ih. kmy. r..d.r. ,H kit lnl.r..lln> ,..,.... ,.|.< f..r all Ih. ',...,1.. \
markets Free from cuts and bruises and should sell from I to Raiford Friday. thence North to Northeast corner of1'e.tlon .*..kly M..in. KMIWB wrilKn ky dlillniiibk.il ....h..I.... no ....
milk served hot with the meal. Twenty-four. TownHhlp Six .. ..1' .i
!Tj*' "" "" l p.hU. P'l>lii > .1.' iar .r .f w.rM ....lr.
Houth, Itange Twenty-one Eant, """""""""".
10 per cent to 30 per cent higher than those shipped in theme KMH! to Southeant: cinner of The Christian Sclpnc I Puhl! >hTiTTsocieTy", | : ;; ::
BRQfUKERMlH l'Ie'IIOIIlfhtepn{ Six One. Nor.. Street' Houon
, TwrtiHhip ) MiuucbuutuPIMM '
the common crates and now in U > 'Try them out \
!ie.
cups Houth Range Twenty-two East enter tutucrlptlon
Vent Oulney, Correspondent my to Tin CuaisriAN SCIKMCI MONITOI .
thente North to Northeast corner ofHoutheaxt lor
a .period ofD
and let your account Hales tell you the story, we can Quarter. of Section Six, ,.
H. P. GalYand;; daughter Townnhlp six South.' Range Twenty- I year $9 00 Q 6 rnonihn $uo DJmonlhi$22S O I month T5'Wedn ', "

only supply you with 40 per cent In Pad-U-Paks but can F..pI.u..m..I..W. Vera, attended church services at two Kant theme Went to the North- ::::1I: ': t ": ;:! went corner of the Southwest quarter .m.____
: \ fill all orders on that base, 5 per cent to 10 per cent discount ..... .-0I ,-" Shady Grove Church near Trenton of Section. One Towimhlp Six Addre. :.
South, UnngM Twenty-one Kant: _
"' m
..r j on large orders. (100 ( ) 5 per cent discount, 500 PRICELESS INFORMATION Sunday. thence Noith to the .Vc.i"t IK-II.t coi..- HVPIE COPV OV KSQVKST :J '
and Jim and
Mr Mrs
Douglas nt
-for thono uBoruin from ner Section Two Township Six I'

f, ', ''t. ((5)> 10 per cent discount.) L>STOMACH< FRS.DUKTO OR DUOUHNALll MYPKHA daughter, Mary Lois were the I Houth Kange Twenty-one Hast: # # .o:. '..' '.:- ,,.,.....,,. - '........_...'.,_.",) I

I I I Ir. < ll>lt Y PIKH DK.es guests of his sister Mrs. W. A.

r. ; LAWTEY LOADING & SHIPPING CO. HON.Cll' STCMA> I<>'YSPEPSIASOIIH M. <..AS.Isris Brown, Sunday.Mr. .
'
iiKAKinciKN CONS: r i
und Mrs. O. J. Strayhornand
PATIO N. H\l HUE A I'll SLRKPIFMfN "
(; J. L. HAIIKELL, Manager BXCtS"SS ACID<1H. HKAUACKEIt. DVtTO children, of Wildwood spent I
..
\ i) ,'I" LAWTEY FLA. ...._ lor .IT**oopr 0< """" .MfamMITf'HELL'S last week-end here as guests of I

i ""j I'';; DKUQ HTOKB her Hazen.parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. I I

, .
A. E. McKinney and J. H. Hazen I I

of Rulford spent last week-end i i

here with friends and relatives.

Rev. and Mrs. G. E. McGauley

and children attended church ser

vices at North., .Pleasant Grove,

Sunday. .., FOR ONLyIO
Rev. C. A, Crosby and children

\ and Miss Mary Mott attended the

IrftP Singing Convention( at Corinth


Sunday.Mr.. and. Mrs S. H Rltch and and 3 Palmolive Bands

\JM baby of Ralford spent last week

.\ end here with her parents Mr. and

\\ Mrs. L. A, Brown.
'T IHB
\ -. --.-- new Palmolive Complex- Complexion Brush by mailing
,- X 'loa Urush is made of soft only 1O cents in coin or stamps

\ .oaIO"SO VANDERBILT imported bristles set in genuine and the black bands from 3 cakes

.... Catalin green quartz base. Used of Palmolire Soap to Palmohve,
.
'10 W (Mian. Delorls Illoodaworth, Cor.) with
I Palmolive Soap,it gives new Jersey City, N. J. Your Brush ii

Mr. and l Mrs. John Hollings life to dull skin, brings out four mailed you.A .
a" natural color sod eliminates
worth of Palatka were visiting

his parents Mr. ,and Mrs. W. DHollingsworth blackheads and most skin blemishes

here Saturday.Mrs. After using a short while.
you will be amazed at the improvement
W. O. Sllcox. of Starke
f"ltesJAC"
'tHeSe LoW pent last week with her daughter in your complexion.

,,'t .20ST. Mrs. Russell Norman. Yours /or one-tenth its value

ON eveltv'tIt\1' .16..0 "" Mrs Ellen Barber and son. As a special introductory offer

DOLLAltS yOU" 26'" George Wesley at Jacksonville, are you can now get this Palmolive

s"ve 1." "", W ", '1"At. ." 20'" upending several days here with
'
S u
,0 hI. \\.30
relatives.
,
"0 ._ 30.2'W. Octagon Toilet
O"n..t 3.0' cC"A"1 ,,0 Mr. and Mrs Eugene Ellis of
Soap
.tT"'US WII ..,0 20'" Worthington Springs spent Sunday SOAP Giant Octagon

2.60 .... .otl',0' \1.20 night and Monday here with rela or Powder

", .\"A ,.,\:; ,. 2..0 tives.
..-rm: .... ..., -' -13.60 3\.6. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Varnes and 5 .for 25c

1>,\. II"'C'' '.2' 1..0 1"\"At'Ot.t \1." '" i little aon( of Jacksonville, were visiting
22.
\.0
I'. ___ ,,,0 "A" ,_1,20, ... Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Norman,, 5
3.20 2. U P Cleanserilootl
oc.\\ ,.... "11't0" _".6' .. Sunday.A E R Octagon

,..\">,,,A" ,,,0 ,.0' "IT'fSI\\"tt'tt ; .301.20 .. large number from here attended Pure \\hlt Soap the tiett for
..
,,\..,,, '" 3.0 ,0 .... ,.. the Singing Convention at 5 FRAGRANT halt Price.
,BOtllt" s,. AtI(1t1 \1.6. Corinth. Sunday. U D S 3 for 14c Per Can 5c
,,,,, ',''' ,... "T.A"A .... 6.0'
'',
"""' '''' .\ ," : ":; Miss Irene Yarborough of the
l' 1\t\C" .. \ 0 Ito", < .':; I IUNON | State Farm, spent last Tuesday
,
10 '
," ">' ,, 2.60 ..,. "" O"L"G.,.,.. night here! with Delorls Bloods- 2 for 19 BEAUTIFUL I
o.
6
worth.
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EDITORIALS HONOR-ROLL SCHOOL DAYS -' .. By DW1G Elementary Chapel Play, "Betty Lou," ; t 43 .

Held To Be Given TonightTonight
--- HIGH SCHOOL ThursdayIn

IItl'd to the Best Interest ofLADFORD TWELFTH GRADE: A. W. An- -'- ..J----. elementary chapel last Thurs- the momentous, breathtaking i 'i "

HIGH SCHOOL derson, Johnnie Ree Cone Louis CM. taR ccwes: 1eS + day Mr Gray "stole the show" senior play "Belly Lou' ,,:"

Davis, Daisy Belle Dunn Audrey PMP cewpve. oP'Ie.f\ ', <---i: with his recitation and Imperson will be given at the auditorium of 1 ",

* Lents, I'utronn, and Alumnae Hall, Vonda Inman, Lea Retta Jef- MIp N eOwrASS, AxeOFt. ations.A the Bradford High School .1
fords Dorothy C. Kickliter. Mar- short opening "Je- i '
d'bPPtf program This Interesting and highly entertaining -
p EDITORIAL STAFF Jorie Marwick, Wilson May, Lettie sus Loves Me," The Lord's Prayer three act musical!' comedy "

A. W. Ander- McGee, Bill McMillan, Alice Roy- h ttatttlDJ4tC',", bAHK, I OT hilt wet&JfcCK and the Flag Salute started the will climax the plays given by 4 .;
ftor-Io-Chlef----- ster Lillian 1 GoT; TiY3 3ta0. c ?
I Jr. Sternberg, Marie the senior In the 1
lion I'I'I' A MFttD.. Moo program. Classes last several \\,
Thede, Iona Tillman, Dorothy N+D tDT d 1b'S'( Kt4lfe Principal Gray then took the I
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' Lety Editor( _____Dorothy White fMTtp+S PND ow-: eAAl.O years as the best ever per. p '
Editor, Marjorie Marwlek White Elaine Wynn, Ruth Tomlinson. j :w.ou. ) :5t\JA1-: GEddwtl.e ; stage and In his "lost" chold's voice formed. r "

r w erary Editor________Hugh Walters """ I C\ lMS. 60013, tt.Qt" 1 QIi 6IT WHAT MJ.. Eotle 1W'+Dtt l MPlSSHO recited a child's version of "Moo Couplet with the new raised ;r
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n Itorlal Editor __Alice: Royester ELEVENTH GRADE BRAG t Cow Moo and followed!' It with the stage and stage scenery will tjeratumcs i '
' Editor Marie Thede Irene Davis Lois Judd, Leither 3M'f'v ilIJ OIJJ G'T, 9sPd3 'NNtPeRIN Inspiring poem "Somebody Said It goal dancing, fine Chor ; I

kture rroentar.v Editor ------------ Kelly, Margie McMillan, Oleta I 1 NittO. A RlfttR. A 0":1,01't: ostiVtf Couldn't Ue Done But I Did It." uses, and best of all, a really goo Williams Smith, Arlie Sponohltz Arthur : 8V0a'! ElL'eR. Next he told about "tho ItalianGirl" .
1 __ Eunice ",, laT 0\0 .Gn, VOI', 0 b3'2 .A $ }
and In conclusion he reciteda
swanbom Ethel Taylor, Jack Underhill '
dtt! The Kadlnc lou"'S
Cuts pert "Betty ;; ; (
In dlnlect "Never
Hilda I poem negro
Wyrick, Martile '
r POPULARITY t o:D"T Mind Miss Lucy.:" portrayed by Lillian SternbpiK./ | ll ?
Hemingway. (JIWS{ C poalte her In the rule of llobei. t t tFherwoot u
" which comes the short''
Although was
question program
..erea TENTH GRADE tiUT t4. is Raymond Plummi ,
dYms's ey.ec.T I ,
every boy or girls life It was very interesting even to the I
nearly d
" .IJ Vernle Philips, Alice Edwards, n : S nrul lh >y III'" supported by n cm f :
'' I gain popular- high school students who were t
,d it is How may charm Frances Peek, Edna Pearce, Billy 'ei ; cf twclvo ethers (dot lr.luding' U t ';, .1
: Is this magic present.
o What Powell, Margaret Hair, Carol dancers and choriiHcsi.Yru .. f" '

''' t makes some people every White, Margaret Davidson Ancil con. 111 afford to< miss th r,
? If someone hasome Meet The SeniorsMeet
,''Y'. favorite Futch, Edith Hollingsworth, L. O. sensational play tonight. De sui 4 j ;
favorite, it was
everybody's (
the Seniors! This week you
Jones Leola Norman Roswell Noe- .
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to come and bring the family. 'i iRemember
effort put forth byjnaclf 2 I
rough the will be introduced to Miss Althea \
Louise Rosier Arle Tillman
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gel, the time Is TONIGH '
You too, may become II. McCormick, a new senior from
NINTH GRADE at 8 o'clock. The place: The IS. Ii r
,pular If you are willing to put Cltra, Miss Mary Sue Mott, a
Loryee Philips, Lorraine Hart- S. Auditorium. The price: On'/
rth the work that is needed to L able brunette from Urooker, like-I ,
man, Clara Flume, Mellie Sllcox 10-20-30C.: Come ono and all 1','(e b f L
popular last t but not least our handsome
' One doesn't win popularity by Geraldine Tillman. I basketball star, Olen Levi Beden- reserved seals ;
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iing what the crowd does. To be EIGHTH GRADE I baugh.

,pular one has to have the re. Nettie Dowling, Doris Crews, i fii Althhea II. McCormick was bornIn Society :r

,oct and admiration of all peopleth Irene Goodge, Grace Green, Cau- I ( Citra, Florida, on Friday, Mar. -

whom he associates. dle Hazen, Willa Killingsworth, Ol. I 13 1916, this being a lucky day Virginia Alvarez attended the j

We must first study ourselves lie Mae Thomas, Margaret Pearce, for her. tournament in Melrose Saturday ( I'"

' see what some of our faults are: Vernon Dyal, L. C. SmIth, Ralph She has been traveling. some In night. ;: :

1- -Do> we gossip Rhodes, Billy Jackson, Billy Sil- her big school career. She has attended Marie Tlson attended the racesIn ''I+

' Gossip Is one fault that we must cox, Tommy Ritch, Kate Andrews, many schools: Cltra, Anthony Daytona last Sunday. I k .+

we out I If we want to be popular. Jean Davis, Marian Dowling Lu- DeLand, Sumnierfleld 1 and Frances Peek went to Jacksonville .- 4 G ..t

o one wants to be around any- manda Dyal Era Edwards Jenelle ..1".iA now at dear ole Bradford High Sunday

; e that tells everything he hears. Hutchings, Mary Jane Judd, Mar- v ,.Y.7 she Is to finish. Her favorite spoil Lois Moore wont to Half OM Sim I ,

2- Are you neat In your appear- garet Lowry, Alice Peterson. Is basketball and the wishes to day afternoon. t

ceo SEVENTH GRADE become a .school teacher and mu- Eula< Mae Dyal attended the I''" ;

We should always dress neatlyd L'Etta Corpening, CarolynKeene sic teacher. I Strawberry Festival In Plant City I

; keep clean. Even the poorest Elaine Marwick. :IIIEGiirenS k Another of our dignified seniors, lust week-end.

rallies can keep clean because .-- -- Mary Sue Mott first saw the lightof Rudolph Andrews went to Jack

II I you need is soap and water. JokesThe day on the cold day of December sonvllle Sunday afternoon.

jcp your hair combed, because no Amateur 17 1918 at Worthington Springs, Miss Frances Peek was a visitor -
Notes Basketball Team
Program Interesting
e wants to see your hair always Florida. She then moved to In Jacksonville Sunday. wl. ,

strings and in your face. Hold Quirk and the Dead Given in Chapel Fri. Loses TournamentThe Brooker where she attended school Miss Margaret Hair was a visitor ll

ur shoulders up when you walk; Here lies the body of William Jay, Evelyn Stump '32 B, H. S. until .she entered at SUrke. in Jacksonville Saturday. t

ver walk stooped over as If you Who died maintaining his right of graduate, substituted for Mr. Howard boy's basketball team of B. Mary says she likes to go to Miss Dot Bishop and Buddy e6

ere about to pick up somethingthe way, The High School Chapel pro- Friday. She taught Spanish. H. S. was 111 fated In the game shows, so do we, Mary Sue, and .she I Bishop were visitors In Jacksonville i
He was dead right as he sped gram last Friday afternoon was in also likes to cards. Her dislikes
street. Lois Adkins visited us Friday. with Andrew Jackson H. S. at the play Saturday. + (,
These are only two of our bad along, charge of the junior class and ev- Lois Is a '34 graduate.Mrs. Landon Gym last Friday morning are blondes, and gaining -----+--- ,;l
ults but remember we have many But he's just as dead ery number presented was "borrowed" Shuman has 8 weight. Her favorite sports are i
now charge nt a, m. as: they were completely
Hire and we can correct these ife As If he'd been dead wrong. from the elementary ama- of one of the sections of tenth outclassed and were defeated 81- swimming and horseback riding Exchanges

only try.FAVORITE. teur program presented the week grade for home-room. 18. However, Andrew Jackson Is She likes English best of all other
Anthoruthor! before.As subjects and says she doesn't I Wo appreciate the nice things t
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SONGS OF THE A few moments and the examInation usual the assembly opened of the Senior Play, Is ill. state even though the Robert Lee like bookkeeping a little bit. Her said about us by the "Orange mOlt ,
SENIORS in English!' literature would with two songs, "Come Thou Almighty team won the tournament. ambition Is to attend college I no m" ( Frostproof J I. S.) You're 1-

Ree Thede "Please Believe Me." begin. "Great Scott! cried Louis, King," and "Way Down Our players were: Forwards: I Next Is one of our basket ball welcomed to use our "Thoughts,"

W T Weeks "The Broken Rec- I'vo forgotten. who wrote "Ivan Upon the Suwannee River," The number of facts in order of their Quarrels Bedenbaugh; Center: players, Olen Levi Ut'tI nbaugh. We Miss Denny.
Hoe." Lord's, Prayer and the Flag Sa will now unveil his life to you.
d relation to one another For instance Crown; Guards: Dan Hazen, Crosby I (
Earnestine Andrews "Alone." "I'll tell you," offered worried lute.The If he hear's that there wasa Edwards.In Olen first saw the sunlight No- Ideal History Trot S 1

Simeon Phillips "It Takes Two Bill "If you'll tell me who the first number on the "Ama tornado In Oeorgla, he Immediately the !consolation tournament vember 14, 1916 in the town of When was the War of 1812? r

Make a Bargain." dickens wrote "A Tale of Two Cit teur Hf'ur" was by W. B. McKinney thinks and can naturally un- Saturday we defeated Milliard 41- Hampton, Florida, where he Rt-I' What color is the White House 'T 4i

I Alice Royster "A Little Bit In- ies." of Miss Hogsed's second grade derstand what Incidents! follow one 23 and seemed on the road to win- tended school for nine long Where did Napoleon meet his .j

pendent." and winner of the first prize In the another. ning the consolation tournament Now he Is a senior of Bradford Waterloo? # "

Hugh Walters "Light's Oirt." "'h..t'* In A Name program of a week ago, who sang Dumb animals cannot think and until we were beaten by Bolles High. I Between what countries was the i

Dulsie Bell Dunn "Red Sails In ''I You can tell a college man, In "Popeye The Sailor Man." Whena come to a conclusion about a sub- school Saturday afternoon 2129. He likes to go swimming and to Frnnco-Pruaslan war fought? '

e Sunset." college and after graduation by the vote was taken at the conclu.sion ject. Dumb people can not think Our line up on Saturday was the bo exempted on all subjects at finals I Where did Lincoln make his Gr t

Dudolph Andrew "Solitude." way he signs his name. For instance of this program, he was again above dumb animals. If a person same as on Friday. Colics won the Olen disllkcx getting up earlyIn ; tysburg address .

Lillian Sternberg "The Beautiful : the winner (as an amateur). never learned anything he wouldbe consolation tournament. the morning and to be late to In what ocean Is the Atlant'o' ; Ma++

Idy In Blue" Freshman: Bill Smith Next Geraldine Silcox sang "The as dumb as an animal. Education And so ends the 1030) B. H. S. school.! Ills one bad hnblt Is snoring Cable laid, ? t,

James Hollingsworth "It's the Sophomore: William. Smith Ford." This was a presentationof is largely knowledge that we basketball activities. A record while he Bleeps und It keeps Who was President of the Un.
iccent Junior: W. Algernon Smith week. everyone else awake. He likes to id States during Washington's Ild-> ,,
next
on Youth. the six grade, following this, use every day. If we are well educator will be published I,
Senior William A. Smith take typing and disllkn history. He ministration?
Dot White "Moon Over Miami. John KInlaw from Mrs. Harts' our dally (lives are passed FUIt
John Graduate W. A. Smith. TiioroiiTs Tiff \\KF.K fully enjoys playing basketball '' What state was Involved In t'.e' 1''
Godwin "Star Dust. Forever"and I 'I'
fourth sang "Shipmates away by plans and well arrangedwork I
Job Hunter: Smith. You are not dressed for work un- which he does in a big way.Oluti's Missouri Compromise?
Marjorie Marwick "Day Is Dy- little Joan Carpenter! tapdanced rather than by useless steps I +
In less you put on a smile. ambition now U to graduate Where was the Battle of Bunl.r
BUI Edwards Their Off nay This life Is a short minute. Eternity from High! School, after whichhe Hill fought
"Sophisticated "A and
prize professionally Boy
.iily Miss Smith returned from the develops the power to follows.-Roger Williams. will decide what to do. He's Who> Invented the McCorraU ';
His Stomach" by Lois NewsomeMrs.
Lea Retta Jeffords "Treasure Is- ; World's Fair and in spite of all her think Just as exercising helps to Remember that opportunity not crossing any bridges 'till he Reaper Ir
( Howard's fifth) was next
nd: i enjoyment derived from the great develop muscles. It gives a full, knocks but once at your door. gets to them. -The Frond.
and Up Isaac-'Spress Yo-
Mary Wiggins "In a Little Gyp- exposition, she had a disappointment Self"Speak!" Jean Shuman of the rounded Improvement and gives Interest and ability and opportunity I Next week we will give you W. Palm Beach H. fc: I ql
by ,
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to think about. Prac-
y Tea Room." I out) of It all. She didn't get something equal success." the high-lights on Johnnie lice -----. w
followed.In
sixth .
Madeline Crews "You Hit the to nee the sky-scrapers.work! conclusion grade Lillian Saltier, tice makes perfect Make yourself necessary to Cone, Joye Grlner, and Wilson) The Pasteur treatment for rabies

!pot. Roberta Whit field, and Burnice By Daisy Belle Dunn. someone.--Emerson. May At i Is more than fifty-nine years old.
Marie Thede: "I think you're lots -- --

Elaine W N Wynn Johns "Trucking."Don't Forget" Me better looking than your I daddy.to" My Sattler Nursery sang "If Rhymes.I Had" Rhythm In ffilllllllmllmIIIII11Immm] II I r I mmllllllllllmlllllllllllllm1II11111II1II1111II1II1 II 1 1 1 1 1II111111111111\ImllllllmIIII11\lmmllml\ \ : III II mI1ll1\l1111IIIIIIIIIIIImllmlllilllllllllllllllllllliWm\ IIII II IV II! I rn I I mmmlrn Ia III mmlmlll1111111m11111111111111J/11111111WIIIIIIIIIIIIWmWIWI I II IiI I I I / I II II I I III WIIImlll mlllmllmlllmIIIIIIIIIWmlllmllllllllllmllir IIIi Ii I I iI ; ;' '

title Darling." W. T. Weeks: "Well ought .--- : ,
be; I'm a later model." -
By O. W. ESSAY ON HOW EDUCATION .

FliESll3lEN GET PINS (Bill Edwards had just driven DEVELOPS POWER TO THINK

The freshmen received their new home from school at the close of 4te ., {
Education devel the to
'Ivei' plated class pins last Friday. the term examinations.) pa power

A- Z. Adkins Jr., had charge of "Did you pass everything" ask think by Increasing one's vocab- +

irderlnj and distributing the pins ed his mother anxiously. ulary. If a person thinks, he must (
hick have some thought in his mind, The is the Car for
are attractively done in sll- Bill: "Everything but two mo coming
of words.
end made
sf. Ik had thoughts are
have
: and rcJ. :C. H. S. Is torcycles. They must
When a'student enters of
a course
ritten across the face of them airplane motors In them."
"!l<4 the guard (affixed on the end Spanish he does not begin to thinkat

'' a small chain, Is composed of A. W. Anderson: "Hurrah! Five once in the new language. Grad
'36" dollars for latest story!" ually he attains enough knowledgeof
.. Mrs. Long my: "Congratulations! the new words to think )in Spanish. the majority American Drivers j,

tryingto
NEXT WEEK From whom did you get the money Every day we spend .
hursday, March 19: "" gain knowledge we are addug
| Elementary words to our vocabulary.
Chapel.
AV. "From the com-
plday March 20: pany. The: story was express lost. Education helps us to.know whatto .___-.___-______ (from an advertisement signer by Henry Ford Aug. 4, 7933))
High School Chapel. think. If we know both sides of ... y
situation, will think more l
a we
(Mr.. Benson hour had been talking clearly and accurately. If we studyIn 9iGVaI B llq IIITIII! liillii( l mmnmlm.nllUmllJJIIJIIl/IJJlllllmIUJJIIIIIJrJIIIIII1Inml.lI l l ll / ''q 1IlImlmm ,!
for about a ) (
school on one subject we some- '
reform; I
"I want agricultural
QUICK SERVICE want Industrial reform! I want educational times learn new thoughts pertain- the very itart, every new Ford V-8 has been FORD V-8's SOLD

MATTRESS reform! I want-" ing to another branch of educa- FROM car, and hat enjoyed a greater popularity ,
CO. tion. We do not realize this, but
"Chloroform." said a bored voiceIn than its Actual record
predecessor. kept by it"J
as we begin to think on this sub- owners, in
381 1932 154,955
PARK ST.JACKSONVILLE. the back of the class-room. i
have the V-8' remarkable '
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proved after
ject, probably years later, we find economy year

f)"'l 1 that we have a broader view of the year. Today-It ii than four yean from its beginning
\Inltrl'fllles: Mr. Beasley: "May I have some J
mew Rebuilt Like entire subject. Education Increasesour this ha become the world' bcst-ieller. in 1933
Ut'JardIPII"; of Condition. stationery" car 342,569 :
In and thus
Inner' knowledge general
:t Spring> and Felt nlath Hotel Clerk (haughtily) : "Are enables us to consider different We heartily invite you to ride in and drive the finest and
: : ) .Mle to Order or Re- of the house'"
you a guest points of view.Education most economical Ford car ever built-the great new in 1934 .
Mr Beasley: "I should say not! 673,197
RELIABLE !" develops the powerto Ford V.8 for 1936. Do it today. .
Upholstering seven dollars a day ,.
< I'm paying .
I and think by repetition When a 'Sour Find Deaftr
furniture
repairing. person In a calm clear mind, 44
by A. Z. A. Jr.
Compiled thinks out a proposition, he seldom in i t4

Forget this thought even If he Is ,r raal 1935 1,064,118 _
I forced to decide hastily at another '25 AMON'rH. low 9+.
time. When a child starts to **
FLORIDA SERVICE dowBPW""iJZvSM t
FUNERAL school, it must be told every day ..: s'
that two and two is four, but la. .01<1 v-a ....lee'eo. >! 1

.. J. \V. SIcEWEN ter: it can remember It for weeks. =tae sue'."' : In 1935 the Ford V-8 led all makes i!' o

3' E. CALL ST. STARKE, FLORIDA After a student has learned the 2 UaI.-" QecI M of 5* .

TELEPHONE 119 fact' and used it for several years, JJ BOOdA'a pcriocb. in total registrations of: -new pas.'I ,
he may not think two and two Is spr.pUll b.1.al .
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as r
ItEASONABLE AND EFFICIENT four' for forty years and think In .....--:::= cars light commercial units ,
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I and trucks.
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INVITE YOUR INSPECTION OF' OtTB think by and accumulation of facts.

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1 -Suggestions---- --To-- ----- Books Received I Woodman Circle McDonell-Marahall : the Mr.younger McDonell set In Pall.tka ---,

: Local Flower Lovers From State Library Met Tuesday NightThe Mr. and< Mrs. W. N. Marshall from Bradford< High was Sch KJ'6d'laltil

'jt H. librarian, this I Starke Grove No. 278, of of Palatka class of. 1929. He later "I.,i, I r the,
2 the Mrs H. Young "f
With spring definitely on
ocictyj the
$ University of ><<
held its regular
Circle Florl'ln
Woodman announce the
: way, If not already here, many week announced the arrival of the 'monthly meeting Tuesday< night, their marriageof now employed< with th, W. II

Starle work housewives getting their are flower now busilyat gar-; following books from the State LI- March 11, at the halt daughterJeanette latka Survey and Is station l -.,: *h
at Tallahassee:
,ilL!., /dens In shape for the season, for. brary At this meeting the honored to
I'' they all know how flowers add to 1 The Tiger (Clemenceau) by Geo. guest for the evening was Mrs. Walter McDonell Jr. Both Mr. and Mrs. ldCrJQDtII
have
'! : :Mr Tibbetts Too Woman's Club the beauty of their homes.It Adam, Suggestion and Auto-Sug- Abbie Holdman< of Omaha, Neb also of Palatka and at a wide circle of friend here

)i I Speak Here Sunday Elects New OfficersThe is now time to start seedlings gestion by Charles,Baudouln. Golden : raska. Mrs. Holdmnn was Alexander the on the first day of March congratulations.Palatka who WIsh "I, 'fr"
for the heat-tolerant annuals that Tales of Our America uy Mary representative for Dora nineteen hundred< and thirtysixIn .
: : : George F. TibbltU, who baa returned snnual business and social will endure the climate of July, Lamberton Becker, .Ladles and Talley, National President of Green Cove Springs. --
I recently from a speakingtour meeting of the Woman's Club of August, and September. These Gentlemen by Branch Cabell, Con. the order. She gave an interestingtalk The marriage of this young cou.
in Mexico, Cuba, and Porto Starke met Wednesday afternoon, annuals must be able to withstandthe nectlcut Yankee in King Arthur's on Fraternalism and Friendliness pie was performed by Judge W, T. REAL
Rico, will speak at the Presbyter- March 11, with Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, high temperatures, the almost Court by Samuel L. Clemens, Adventures which was enjoyed by all of Jennings of Green Cove Springs.The .
; lad Church, Sunday, March 13, at President, presiding over the meet daily rains, and the resulting high of Tom Sawyer and Pud- the members present. bride attended Putnam High
: 11 a. m. He will be accompanied Ing.The humidities. Zinnias are the most d'nhead Wilson by Samuel L. Clemens During a short business session School and is a popular member of ESTATE
by his musicians. Everyone will clubhouse was made very; Important In this group. Zinnias Men and Brethren by James the name of Mrs Eva Hickman IF YOU
I' enjoy having the opportunity to attractive by the use of a colorful may be obtained In a large array Gould Cozzens Gallegher, Vera the was presented for membership into went to another building where a BUY WANT TO
., bear this Interesting address. All array of spring flowers which con of color and form. Medium and< Miss Civilization by the Circle. A vote was taken and tricky game was played.< Only one SELL OR REST
j welcome slsted of a profusion of wild plum The tiny species known as Richard Harding< Davis. The Ten Mrs. Hickman was unanimously Knight was able to see through It. SEE US-
blossoms and wild azaleas arranged "Pop" then escorted the visitors
f Haageana mexican and Its new Commandments by Warwick Deep- welcomed into the society. Two to
i .11 B. Y. P. U. Worker < in baskets. Calendulas fOnd variety, Halo, Is becoming more Ing, Jalna by Mazo De La Roche, candidates, Miss Pearl Manningand the dining hall where they were WILSONREALTY
+' i Here azalea blossoms were also used.< popular. This species has tiny Dawn (History of Myself) by The Mrs. Viola Fuesell, were received served< very delicious refreshments.
'1 .r To Speak Officers and Department Chairmen blossoms In tones of yellow and odore Dresier, America the Men into the Grove at this meet- The Knights finally departed for CORP, I
t Mr. O. K. Radford, State Baptist gave their annual reports, all bronze. Among the large-flower ace by Georges Duhamel, The Lor- ng. I home after the most delightful
.4 1 .Young Peoples' Worker, will of which were unusually good. ed species, the Fantasy and the Ing Mystery by Jeffery Farnol, The cause of miv,.i amusement I time in the history of the club.
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1I ;- conduct a meeting at the Baptist The nominating committee pre Desert Gold, which are compara. Come and Get It by Edna Ferber, during the evening was an old. ---
: i i. Church, Saturday evening at 7:30. sented the following names for offices lively new, may be grown with Cleopatra by Claude Ferval, Brazilian fashion spelling-bee. Mrs. Mildred -
: TbU,service is for all the Baptist for the coming near: complete success If they are given! Adventure by Peter Fleming Powell proved to be the best FUNERAL DIRECTOR
< i.I Unions In the President-Mrs. E. L Biggs the proper attention. My Life and Work by Henry speller in the Circle. She was
; Young People
Ford, Prairie Chronicle by Jean I My Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Me to ft..na.,
i i churches of the New River Association. -. Vice President-Mrs. H. B. Mc- China Asters should be sown as Foust, Boys' Life 'of Theodore awarded a boudoir doll, as first EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE:

All young people and< their Lendon. soon as possible Roosevelt Hermann Hagedorn, prize. MODERATE PRICES
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y
committee, which
The serving
'1' H. C. Ritch.
leaders are asked< to be present to Secretary-Mrs. The Tlthonia or Mexican sun- People Worth Talking About by Starke Florida
Miss Eunice Perkins consisted of Misses Elizabeth Wil-
y hear this speaker from Jackson Treasurer- flower Is another popular summer -
Hamilton, Grandfather'sChair
Cosmo DeWITT
C.
JONES
iams Edna Hutto and Carolyn
elected. ,
They were unanimously
ville.: annual. In Florida It flowersrofusely
Hawthorne, of My
Mrs. W. D. Webb and< Mrs. Lucian I by Story Hutto, served a tempting candle .
', scarlet
and Its
> orange Life Helen Keller, Mind of Leo.
,J' -_ Hazen both of Brooker, were by stick salad< with wafers at the
I ni/;/ W.' M. S. Will Meet Monday welcomed into the club as new blossoms are very pretty. nardo Da Vinci by Edward Mc- close of the evening. I
If It has not been done, and Brothers
members. An announcement wasmade already Curdy, Joseph His by +-- TUNE IN
!I. The Woman's Missionary Society of bushes might well Box of
pruning pose Thomas Mann Delights by
Ad-
Mrs.
the Four Knights
president
by Square
..j I ;l 1 i''" of the Methodist Church will meet kins, that the club had received be done now. All dead and dls- John Masefield, The Creative East MAMMOUTH RADIO
i 'I"" Monday afternoon, at three-thirty members into the eased wood should be removed and by J. W. T. Mason, The BelleMereby Enjoy Outing
i' ,I o'clock, at the church. Business club twenty-one this new If large long-stemmed blossomsare Kathleen Norris, The Spy Par I Near KeystoneThe J 14' SHOW!
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,," and devotional meeting. The president year. of which wanted the canes should be cutback amount by E. Phillips Oppenheim, I Radio and screen stars too numerous -
; requests members to come The Junior Department, to about four eyes in length. Science and Good Behavior by II Four Square Knights were I to mention here! One full
,' promptly at the hour designated, Mrs. O. L. Haynes Is the chairman, Climbing varieties should not be M. Parshley Jungle Gold by Pe- the honored guests of Mr. GeorgeF. hour
: as there la considerable business had charge of the program for the pruned except to remove dead drick Shadow of Doubt by Arthur "Pop" Tibbetts at his camp, of the finest entertainment! SUNDAY .
: ',,1'i to be transacted< and the meeting afternoon. In the absence of Mrs.. wood. Application of fertilizer is Somers Roche, Eugene O'Nelll--a "Park-of-The-Palms" ,near Key. IWan'iste: NIGHT, MARCH 15, eight to.Jnlne
.' should close on time. I r Haynes, Miss Hazel Middleton prepared recommended for the rose bed. Poet's Quest by Richard Dana stone Heights last Monday night. o'clock! Over Columbia net-
,t the following program: If the new double nasturtiumsare Skinner, Rob Roy-the Frontier The twelve mile trip was made in IrWHEAE ECONOMY RULEsl|I work|
Brief Talk-"When the World should be Twins Constance Lindsay Skin- thirty minutes and the Knights arrived
wanted, they planted by
Was Young in Music"-Mrs. L A. now ner, Autobiography of Lincoln at.the camp at 1t: 5 o'clock. DON'T MISS\ IT!
Canova. They were greeted by "Pop" and .
RITZ THEATRESTARKE Steffena. The Garden Murder Case
Previous rains have probably -
I Piano solo--Jean Edwards: of heavy planting of flower by S. S. Van Dine, Life of General two of his assistants., Gordon and DELMONTE
dtlaped
Lawt y. seeds a few days, but with con- George Washington by Weems, i Howey. shown the Potatoes t t PEAS No. 2 Can 17c
Popular song-"If I Had Rhy- Inucd fair weather now is the timeto Wlloon the Unknown by Wells, After being through [ ]
PROGRAM thm in My Nursery Rhymes"byInez planting.In That Printer of Udell's by Harold executive building the Knights held WHITE HOUSEApple !
RRUINNINO FRIDAY Cutshaw, of Lawtey..Accom.panled begin your spring Bell Wright. a short business meeting in an out- 10 Lbs. 18c
g by Miss Mary Edwards. many of the lovely flower .' er office. When the meeting was ... SAUCE 2 cans 15c
k t FRIDAY, MARCH ISTII. PlanoSolo--Mlss, Katie Fugate. gardens in Starke vines, bushes, over everyone congregated aroundthe
11 "THE RAVEN" Vocal Solo-John H. Powell. and trees are already in full bloom. Sara Barefoot Entertains piano and began to sing. How MILK 3 Cans 19c
: p f" The hostesses: Misses Mlna Ma- Among some of the blossoms are Junior B. Y. P. U. MembersThe ey was finally prevailed upon by
i, 1 t a' Boris KarloffSATURDY nassa. Hazel Adkins, Mary Lee sweet peas, azaleas, narcissi, yellow "Pop" to play his saxaphone as he Fancy Blue RoseRICE ION A With Pork
r Vela Lugoelr Wynn; Mesdames. E. Edwards, jessamine, dogwood, pear, members of the Junior Bap- .alone can play it. BEANS 5Cans 20c
Z '' MARCH 14TH. J. H. Kinlaw, H. C. Ritch, J. E. >each, and red bud. tist Young Peoples Union were delightfully After the singing the Knights
Wilson, C. B. Price, served delicious .--- entertained< last Friday I ION ACORN
I Double Feature sandwiches assorted cakes, Ladies' Auxiliary night at the home,of Mr..and Mrs. 3 No. 2 25c
I r'1r' l: P. M. Barefoot, with little Miss cans
Met AfternoonThe
at Tuesday
club members
and hot tea to the NOTICEThe
t,: "Whispering Smith the close of the meeting. Sara Barefoot ,as hostess. 5 Lbs.. 21cMEAL IONA NO. 2 CAN

Speaks"Geo. Presbyterian Ladies'Church Auxiliary met Tuesday of the During the evening the young Dances at the GREEN BEANS 2 for 15c
Entertains folks enjoyed< out-of.door games on
Miss\
O'Brien Zeigler afternoon, at 3:30: o'clock at the the lawn. The young people were American Legion i DELICIOUS-NO. 1 CAN

ALSO'Streamline I Citizenship Class home of Mr. and Mrs. K. Q. Dun- assisted In their entertainment by Hall Have Been Pineapple JUICE 2 for 15c

Express'SUN.MON Miss Ruth Zeigler entertainedthe can.The their leader, Mrs. B. M.'Fussell. Mary Ann Old
students of the Citizenship living room of the home was At the close of'the evening Mrs. Changed From Fri Fashion BLACK TWIGAPPLES

., MARCH 18.16 Class, of which she Is an instructor attractively decorated with sweet Barefoot served< appetlilng refresh- day Night to Satur. 6 Lbs. 25c
t i' '"Captain January" at her home in Theressa, last peas and azaleas for?the occasion.: ments consisting abf' sandwiches' ..
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:
'A Saturday evening. The meeting was presided over punch, and cakesa the young day 'Night. CELERY 2 Bunches 15c
: Shirley Temple During the evening Miss Zeigler by> the president, Mrs. W. A Stern. guests. Invited
t Mrs. Stern also conducted the devotional I Everybody FANCY
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TDES.-WED., \IICH 17-18 served her, guests a delicious There :were eleven members Lbs. 20c
part of the meeting. The CORNELIUS MOORE TOMATOES 3 Lbs. 25c
chicken supper. to enjoy the I
present lovely party. 1 1
"Man On TheFlying Bible quiz was conducted by Mrs.
The Citizenship Classes are pro-
('i, under the G. H. Lowry. Dr Lowry gave an LETTUCE Head 5c
Trapeze"W. gressing nicely manage.
J flowerscherry
; talk "The Four grace distinctive
interesting on
i ment of Miss Zeigler in the school
r O. Field. house at Theressa. Classes are Boa I r
5.S: : I CASH NITE EVERY WED held< each evening from Monday Church." Jacksonville GRITS
Mrs Duncan served delicious BEETS Bunch lOc
: t t,: NESDAY. Those attending night through Friday, beginning at a
..r :'" how Tuesday are eligible for 6:30: o'clock each evening. There salad course to the members present phone129 [
P j prize by leaving their name has been a good attendance and I during the social hour,, which smart renter pieces unusual corsage. 10 Lbs. 25c LEMONS Doz. 18c
: .'1):1' with cannier Tue d v. much interest is being shown by I followed the business session. flowers for gifts .
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', all participating. I
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p .- flatteringfrocks 98c PLAIN OR SELF-RISING-IONA
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;w that fulfill 3.95 II CASH & CARRY FLOUR

i your Everything Sold Under Money Back Guarantee 6 Lb*. 12 Lbs 24 Lbs. 48 Uw.

informalfashion 4.95 VOtiNG STEEIlROUND .APPLE 23c 43c 79c $1.55


.. } I 1 needsfor See STEAK. {, lb. 20c BUTTER 28-oz. I 21hc' .. .--- -

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I HEINZ ....,
MIRED PRINCE ALBERT Can lOc Dixie Crystal! SOUPS ;; 2c
4' springnothing GROUND MEAT, lb.12Izc 7for .a.:'

1 t II NO. 2 C\NS-STANDARD PACK
ar I SUGAR DEL MONTE NO.1"V, CAN

i ;', extreme SALE RIB BEEF STEW, lb. lOc TOMATOESBREAD, can 6c I 5 Lbs. 22c Fresh PRUNES 2 cans 29c

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14r t nothing; Ladies' TOMATO CATSUP 14-oz lOc 3 Loaves. 25c ..' EAGLE BRAND-CONDENSED

; ,t too daring Shoes MILK 2 for 37c
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s'' but FLOUR 24 Lbs. 75c NEW -, PRINCEALBERT GRAND I'ENN. MOTOR

1 lumps SYRUP Gal. 40c :
r 1 fashioned OIL Gals.I 89c

Oxfords MEAL, 5 Lbs. lOc I
modish - -
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a So PRO.
Ties I HAMPTON (SODA OR GRAHAM)
I 4 Pkgs. 9c [fan lOcTomatoes
t simplicitythat $3 GRITS 10 1 lbs: 24cSALT I Iij CRACKERS Lb. lOc


: rs r F is both Values joe nox I SlIGAR 5 Ibs. 23c IASPIRIN OUR OWN

IG %$ smart Going \ Box 3c 'ONIONS,3Ibs. -' : IOS'TEA / Lb. t9c; Lb. 31e

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I'\\ (lair'MEN'S l' < D'ULY COCOA 2 lb. Can 15c II 4 Cans_ 25c .

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PURE COFFEE, lb. ,_ t2'/ c COTTON: MACKEREL 3 cans

Ct II PEANUT SEED MEAL 100 Lbs. 1.45 a II r_ RUNNYYFIELI) OATS


.::1 L : _ _ _ _ _ _ _ BUTTER Qt. 22c s Granddmother OATS 3 Lb. Box I\ 15c
I'' OATS 100 Lbs. 1.79
Ott WORK SHOES I i
1 ROLLS 39c
ALL SOLID LEATHER SOLES tto PKO. '-'' GRAPE JAM 4 Lb Ja*

1.59 (Worth Much More) 1.98Nn Ij MATCHES 3 Pkgs. lOc SHORTS, 100 lb. bag L69 IPk-g. ANN PAGEKETCHUP I )
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[ 19.1938 BRADFORD COUNTY TKUEGRIFII. STARKE FIimiDA .1\ >}
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Friends of Miss Kitty Hogsedwill l and daugh. LAWTEY ed a meeting of the club at the are spending this week In DeLand i" ,)'. I ill'i

regret to learn that she la con- ter Madge, are spending several .. ... sbhool house here Tuesday" night. where she wax called on account '1 il'r''! ,,' \ : I ". !
o. j. .nll. Cnrr..Nede.lMrs. 1
fined to her home on Walnut Street days of this week in Jacksonville .4'' 1
March 17. Able speakers will be of the serious Illness of her mother : I \

Bits of for several days due to illness! as the guests of her son-in-law and HP"tile Bennett on hand and It )Is expected several 't t":') ,', it 1\ .'

I daughter, the Re-v and Mrs. M. C. Mrs. Hettie Bennett 03, died candidates for political offices will Richard Thede, who is attending .\\I 1!,, '>J' ;"

Mrs. C. !.f. Imbach returned to Stlth. early Friday afternoon at her" home also be on hand. A good time is the University of Florida at ,

her home here this week after :I I here after a brief Illness.. A nativeof promised for those attending Gainesville spent the week-end l t,4! f '://j

IDcBl N spending: seevral weeks in Green' Mr. and Mr*., W. C. Prather, Clay County near here she had: here. ,,:I: 'l\, '
t I'
lived In Lnwtey" for the last thirty- Mrs. Colrton Miller and '
I Uanghtar I'
Cove Springs visiting relatives. Mrs. Lola Kellogg of Denver. Colorado 1- fit)' Tax Itook. to t'lww "
five years. Virginia, spent Sunday here BUSINESS AND J. M. Seymour Misses Helen Property owners here are reminded ; i \ .'I
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE. Mr. and Mrs George E. Manaasa Prather, and Elizabeth Williams Funeral services were conducted I by City Clerk O. J. Phil relatives.h: >, \i'\' ; 4t\
COUNTY AND TOWN were at from the First Baptist Church 1 I f..I.. "
visiting
PROGRESS OF TilE Miss Mlna Manaagu, and Henry Daytona 1 lips that the date for paying city of r---
Beach Sunday. here Sunday afternoon with the 1935 taxes will close
Hanassa the week-end Lawtey April 1
spent past ,,,
Rev G. E. Outshaw pastor officiat
------- 1 unless extension is
relatives in Ga. an granted by
visiting Atlanta, C. A. CARVER ;;
ing. She is survived by three y
Miss Evelyn Stump, who spent the city county at their next meet- .'
daughters: Mrs Mildred Sapp of
the week-end here with her Ing.
pa- J
Sternberg spent Tues- Mrs. T. C. Chastain spent last Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Starke; Mrs. Lucll Tanner and JEWELERWATCH. ;J.j
Mr. and Mrs. F.
1 Mrs Nat rents, F. Stump,
L lacksonville. Friday In Gainesville. as the guestof Mm. Jeanette Klncaid spent the returned Monday to Tallahassee Miss Pauline Bennett, of this City; W. F Moore, A. M. Lewis and J. I

f'j In her sister Mrs.. J. L. Chancey. past week-end In Tampa as the where she Is a student at the Woman'lI and four sons; Paul, Richard and R. Shuford were business visitorsto rtX)CK AND 'iI:
guests of Mr. and Mrs A. C. Dur- Johnnie, of this city and Troy Ben Hawthorne Tuesday GENERAL KEl'AIKINO j
went College.
Davis
Mr and Mrs. L. A. Representative Charley E. Johns den. nett of Plant City Four sisters Mrs. W H. Biggs spent the dayat I/,
L Jacksonville Wednesday. Mrs. Ruby Carter. Clay 11111; Mrs. >'r,
was able to be out again Wednesday Palatka Sunday. Ml Work Uuurnnterd y
Friends of C. A. will be
; r after a several days illness. Friends of L. A. Davis will be Knight Tanney Gunter of Jacksonville, Mrs. V. R. Reddish returned to

', 1 Walter McDonell. Jr.. of Palat-, pleased to learn that! he la able to pleased to hear that he is able to Mrs. Emma Hicks of Plant City her homo here Tuesday from Webster 118 H. WALNUT ST.STAKKK "'

L visiting here Monday. be out again after" being confinedto resume his duties at his office and Mrs. Kate Alvarea of Raiford, where she hits'" been visiting FLOIUI\ 't'i'
and Mrs. B.
was Mr. Jacobs returned
again, after being confined to his
his home recently with Influenza and one brother. Jeff Lang, of relativea
last Thursday from a several home for several days with an at. "
Manatee, also survive.
of Jackson, Mrs. O. W. Roberts and children
IDuBose! ,
rs days buying trip in Atlanta, Ga. tack of Influenza.
Lie the guest! of Mrs. A. F.liuls Interment was In the family plotin I
*I --
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle, Misses the Evergreen cemetery" under ,
Mrs. N. F. Guilford and Miss Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto, and 1
Florence and Clarice Gill, Mrs. J. the direction of Key-McCabe Funeral h
Clara Louise Peek spent Thursday daughters Misses Edna i and Carolyn
II W. Edwards: attended funeral ser- Home, of Jacksonville.
I A E. Wall Is confined toL of last week visiting in Quitman, Hutto Mrs.. A. H. Hall and USED CAR BUYERS .
an attack of In- vicefor Mrs. W T. Gill, In Perry, Pall bearers were: Oscar An-
with
home Ga. Emmett Brown, of Staten Island,
Friday I dreu W. C Woolen J H. Moore,
N, Y. visited the Ravine GardensIn
u Ptlxay E. P Dinkins, E. L. Wilkerson, T.
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Mott, of I Palatka, Sunday I YOU MUST BE
Lake Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell. Miss T. Blackburn.
Blakely, of
Jessie Mae Gainesville the Sun-
were guests,
y Mrs Luclle: Mitchell, and Mrs. W. S. I MONEYSATISFIED
ty was visiting friends here, day, of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Chas- Miss Lots k"os returned Sun.
Gibson, of St. Petersburg, were I Rains. Seriously Retarding Crom|
icaclav) taln. day afternoon to Tallahassee to 'j
visiting relatives In Lake City, Heavy rains Monday and Tuesday -
resume her studies\;! at the F. S. C. 1 I ,
Sunday have seriously injured
Misses Edna and Carolyn Hutto C. L. Stockwell: returned to his %V. She was accompanied: as far crops

,cnt Thursday of last week'in home here Saturday after spend as Lake City by her parents, Judge I already" planted and have retardedthe
Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr., and J. planting of crops here" us the
:ksonvilleMra ing several days in Miami on bus and Mrs A. Z. Adklns
B. Sipp! attended the Hillsborough ground had just begun to get dry Oil BACKSEE 9 ra A
iness. ----- ?
W M. Wimberly and Edwin Cou-ty Strawberry Festival In Miss Lois Long student at the enough to work,, when rain again
Plant City Friday and Saturday of started" In and it Is thought that
In Gainesville
reen spent Tuesday Miss Margaret Lowry will go to State College at Tallahassee, was _
last week. practically all seed planted will be
th, Mrs J. C. Downing. Jacksonville today to spend Saturday among the guests Invited to attend
1
to t
plant again.
and Sunday with Miss Gloria the Military Ball In Gainesville last us TODAY FOR Select any guaranteed car and drive It
I Hubert stockwell of Gainesville, Johns. Mr. and Mrs. Alva Thompson, Friday night. She spent! Sunday I Many growers had planted corn two day.Test It youreelf-if you are ','r1 ry
lent week-end here with and Mrs. Libby Stephens, of Lake 1 and beans and these are expectedto SPECIAL BARGAINS
the past here with her mother. Mrs. F. II. not tlified It la the bait value you
ft, and Mrs C. L. Stockwell. Miss Mirlan Jacobs of Jacksonville City were the guests of Dr. and Long. i be a total loss. Strawberry can get for your money bring back I'
Mrs. J. M. Mitchell, Thursday of plants have not suffered much to aDd will be
spent" the past weekend here --' -- your money cheerfully refunded r G
I Huston of Garland Ala., this week. this date and should the weather provided only that the laIn
Henry with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. Mrs. Sam Anderson spent Saturday car tY
j visiting at the home of Mr. andre Jacobs.D. visiting relatives In Archer. clear off it is expected that ship Its original condition. Why take 'i

A A. Durden, this week. Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns, Jr., She was accompanied home by ments will begin" in about ten daysto chances when,vou can buy used car b ,y' i
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Richard of two weeks time in large volume with a money-back'
who Is guarantee. ,
A. Monteith returned to his Mrs. Emma Anderson, j1 9
the State Farm, and Mrs. H. C.: f
I Mrs Tallulah Marsh, of Jackson- home here this week after being spending several days here with '
W. Andrews Jr.
Bile, was the guest of Mrs. AlmaIn employed In Belle Glade for several Ritch were visiting in Daytona, her son and daughter-in-law and J. > ; ;
last Sunday.C. Townsend Club To Sleet a<
during the past week-end. months. other relatives. STARKE, FLORIDA 1 '
President F. R. Carradine of the

G. Priest.. Mijses! Helen Pra- \ I local Townsend Club has announc 1;
B. R. Wltkovskl went to Jack Miss Gloria Johns. of Jacksonville {
ther and Maxine Noegel" attendedan
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sonville Sunday, where he attended spent the week-end here with
ENT A WORD the funeral services for Mrs. employee's luncheon given at I her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. T.
the home of Van H. Priest, in Mad-
Jack McRae. J. Griffin. :Hiss Johns was accompanied -

ison, Tuesday.Mr. home'Sunday afternoonby NAVY TIP TOP GROCERY NEW
COLUMN
Miss Virginia Alvarez and Miss Mr. and Mrs. Griffin, Margaret
and Mrs. Errol Alvarez had
Jewell Gassett attended the Bas- Lowry, Jean DaVin and Tommy
as their guests Sunday Mr. and
OR SALE "One Million Maryland I ketball Tournament in Melrose, Mrs. B. W. Curry and Miss Myrtle Ritch. .."yMISSION: BEANS O. II. NASWOKTHY Owner and Operator '',
Saturday night. ---
Missionary Strawberry Reddish, and Master Sidney Clark, SYRUP
ants thousand fob lULL
$1.50 per
all of Jacksonville
stleberry.. Thurmond Farm, Cas- Joe Edwards and Bob Suttles The inclement weather and much SPECIALSTHIS

berry. Ala." 2-6-6tp went to Daytona Beach to attend sickness decreased the attendance
Mra. O. E. Stansbury la havingthe
the automobile races, which were somewhat at the Tuesday evening 6 lbs 25c
meeting of the Woman's ChrIs- Gal. 50c.
lR) RENT Furnished apartmentwith held there, Sunday. tian Temperance Union this FrI- Bible Study, but a score or more WEEK-END, MARCH 13-14
heard the study on "WATCH" andit e
( all modern conveniences, afternoon at 3 o'clock at her '
ith Mrs L. E. Moseley, Miss Alma day will no doubt be a profitable les '- y ,
sink etc. Mrs. Hamrick, 402 suburban home. ._ ,
Walnut St. Itp Thornton, Miss Pearl Manning, andJ. cozy son. The scripture references were "

C. Manning spent Thursday of admonitions to watch, and this, TENDER '
|E ARE now running full blast this week In Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs C. J. Pergola and though not very well understood by PEAS 3N 2 Cans..2Sc
small son, Kenneth, Mr. and Mrs. TOMATOES o. .
jand paying cash for stave and the masses, comas before- admonitions Lb. 7'/ '
c j
ding blocks. -'Now 1s the Mm\' 'MrsTI' M. Barefbot"Mss( Juan- Karl Floreus. all of Jacksonville, to pray. Watch,pray and be SUGAR CORN 3 No 2 cans 25c i
Mr.
| bring in your blocks before our ita Barefoot, Mrs. B. M. Fussell, spent Sunday here visiting ready cannot be over-emphasized, CAULIFLOWER Lb. lOc k

ird Is filled up. Starke Stave and Edwin Green were visitors to and Mrs. C. L. Young. especially at the, present time, JoIIIC'F.U ;.i2 J

m. it Jacksonville, Wednesday. The many friends here of Clar- when with the dully newspaper In LETTUCE Each 7/zc BEETS, 3 No. 2 Cans 2ScI H>

---- ence C. Hoppe, of Tampa will be one hand and the Bible in the oth. LARGE i'ICELERY 1 ti'i"r

NAT SEZ: pleased to know that be is con. er, one can check up and see the Each T'/zc SPINACH 3 No. 2 cans 25c I, i ,

valescing from an operation, which Book of Revelation being fulfilled 4,
Just before Christmas every kid In he underwent recently.The before their eyes Christians are YORK IMI'KKIAL. iKKR.V: CUTBEANS

the world begins to look around for invited and admonished to run the APPLES 6 Lbs. 25c 3 No. 2 cans 25c
Junior Music Club will meet references in their Bibles on the 1.,
the biggest stockings In the house Wednesday afternoon March 18, topic used Tuesday night and refresh GREEN ,'I'I.E rt ,'t Jy;

s 9 to hang up over the fireplace 110 3:30: o'clock, at the Woman's Club their minds on this all Important CABBAGE Each 5c SAUCE 3 No. 2 Cans 25<

House. All members are urged to subject. '
that old Santy can fill 'em up. We \'EI.I..OW 'rOlATfIONIONS : 1
r be present at this meeting. The third ann r/iary service of 4 Lbs. 15c
have the stockings In all shapes the Mission work will be held ear- JUICE, 3 No. 2 cans 25..
Hitch has recently secured -
Carlyle
and sizes but yowl hate to fill 'em ly in April and preparations are SWEET

up yourself. There I..* nothing more Farm Colony a position at Gainesville.with the State He being made for an Interesting and SW. POTATOES 10 Ibs 15c BEANS 7 Cans 25c. '-

attractive than a well filled" stockIng does bookkeeping and accountingIn lOc
GRAPEFRUIT 3 For
TIB
the offices at the.colony.
Christmas or any other tliw.I ----- -- InstructiveDotft :. CHERRIES 2 No. 2 Cans 25 f
Mrs. L. M. DeSha and little
I : f fl
daughter, Marjorie of Wildwood, ''k

were the guests for several days .CHARMER COFFEE SPECIAL Can lie

I They're made No. 690-A Munnlngwearhone this week of Mrs. DeSha's parents. ,

-5 thread pure -sllkrtnglesll..llk Mr and Mrs. W H. Struth. Guess ButKnow '

top with picotinside -- -- "',\NC'\' UIIOLK UKVIN ; l"i'
I spUt welt. A perfect fitting Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Newsome VEAL CHOPS, Lb. 33c e ; i

out! eaniless hone. Priced atu spent several days of this week In RICE 5Lbs. 22c

Jacksonville as the guests of Mr. VEAL CUTLETS, Lb. 37c ;?
Newsome's brother and slster-ln- i> ;

50c law Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Newsome. HOC'KI.K.HS PEARL GRITS 10 Lbs 25c G:" t

--- PICNIC HAMS Lb. 2lc
Mr and Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Mrs fit; { ,

A. S. Crews Mrs. J. H. Rltch and Whether ihe'"Pain"Remedy

No. 173-* thread chiffon. Mrs. H. C. Ritch went to LaCrosse You Useis RUMP ROAST Lb. 17c FRESH MEAL 10 Ibs. 20c'r.i'

Full Falhloncd-811 Bilk welt Tuesday afternoon and attendedthe FXNCV:
-picot top-
french hoel. Priced at erts. CHUCK ROAST; Lb. 18c SIDE BACON, Lb. 15c i


79c Rotation In Office I RIB STEW, Lb. l2Vzc
SMO. BACON Lb. 19c
Urged By GetzenSamuel Don't Entrust Your NECK BONES, 3 Lbs. 25c 1

Own or Your,Family'sWell I LONG IIOICVCHEESE '
j SALT 4 Boxes lOc I ,
No. 780..--I threud" -chlffon- Being Jto Unknown Lb. 24c ,

Fashioned-nil. ". << Preparations OENt'iNEif.A'K' MOUNTAIN .d

e-fVeU lweI-Priced te w person to .ask whether the CHEESE, Lb. 35c MATCHES 3 Boxes lOc '

4A preparation you or your familyare j
Hosiery taking for the relief of headaches
89c KING SELF-IUSINK G-LHS.;; 12-LI5H. 21-LBS
is SAFE to use regularly" ia your SILVER -
MVIRjiB I'V family doctor. Ask him particularlyabout I j


UNSING He will Genuine tell BAYER you that ASPIRIN.before the |\ FLOUR 22c 39c

No. 770-7 thread rvlcewf'lgbt discovery of Bayer Aspirin most 75c1
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Full Fashioned", "psm remedies were advised ,

'ear hale plcot lop--cradle foot against by physicians is! bad for the 1 .. ,_ __ __ _. ,_ .. .. ,i*
heart. -
the .
Priced at fomacb and, often for -- -
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and french heel.- food for if .. h . ..- .' ,..- ,. _. .. .
Which is thought you I '
qtr
,tek quick, safe relief. ,
H ''i a grand new Hea-clever Qe lie MILK' "Cleans 19c II ,,
p- .. ,
Scientist rate rc. PRINCE
have die! .+er ... ., I
; the 'fattesl aulhoJt vvt 4/1/ {\ .
i **""*a twice aa dull-appeirt twice among ALBERT Can lOc PK WITT
roomed for the relief of headaches
\tiheer'-when worn inside out. So and the pains of rheumatism, BUTTER Pt. Jar 15c ,
Mwwingweu bu created a new lund of And the 2 15c '
ntis and.neuralla. HI-PLANE
the:stocking with the Inside flat surface( on No. 810-S thread-Chlfftm ence of millions of users has! nllu-I cans APPLE BUTTER, Qt. Jar 15c ;4

OUjtaidc. The Kama are cleverly re- Smart side out-Ilin l wIllrh it tafe for Ihe average person to
r the foot raoothly Sntahtd twist: silk-I'lcot top 1 regu arty. In your own wiriest remember SARDINES, 2 tall cans 15c APPLE JELLY Pt. Jar lOc. i'
,aokipj*"!patented proceaa.: Lep and and cradle he -l. AH the new 1 thIS. I ,

;: k alimmcr. more prevented.graceful...the. spring ",bllde.. Priced attuutedretttaamtare You can lIit"Grnuine Bayer ARGO PRUNES 2 Ib pk 15c CATSUP 14-oz Bot. lOc; "'
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loot Sat r A>pinn>st any tlrna store-simply
sons re..... anaga and runa. t1 for it. full I SW EBT ,
it
s., sure to I by asking by name COCOA 2 lb. box 15c
tea thll new kind of hOlier $1.00 ,
BAYER: ASPIHIN. Make it
a
"the ...,-.... Smart-Slde.ou.. W. Getzen point :to do this-tod tee that you PICKLES, Qt. Jar 17c '

Paltry Rerertcd' by Muiumgwear. Representative from Humter gel _bat you want.Bayer o MACARONI, 3 boxes lOc
County. DILL PICKLES, Qt. Jar 15cTOMAT0E52no2c'ns

IT PAYS TO BUY ATSTERNBERG'S "{'hangs; means. prosre Rota- Aspirin I 13c HAKAD UKFMSI.VO or
tion In office!. one of the cardinal

principle of the Democratic: Party II .- RELISH Qt. 25c ,
] ," claim wn" Option, candidate B3 I JOi
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i ? BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA FR1D.\V.M.\Rrn ,
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., }, ,I I,;:' "\ ,1.'i"';j I I PLANS FOR INCEPTIONOF ROAD AID STATION ON WAR p.VTH- "* I

-- 1'RfL FARM PROGRAM COCOA-The first highway first INVERNESS .
': r NEW -- H c., :
I. MADE aid station to be built in this section *
IN STATE BEING -f Williams, licensed liqu, er I
I'I t ,
1 in f '
of the state was dedicated '
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.: 'IJ NEWSNews Cocoa Red Cross, Legion and this city I Is on the ? ? '
GAINESVILLE--Plans for early LIVE STATE by P': !tJt '
FARMERS SECTION Inauguration of the new federal ; Cocoa city officials. Located at a a seller of illegal whisk, s ,In
,l.f : Ii'i I farm program In Florida are now' service station on the highway, the advertisement! In thO', i.i>or.J.l '
: cents being; made by officials of the of Florida in Short Paragraphs station will be equipped with first Williams offers a. $100 "? '''aPtI? I
1 Conducted by Demonstration State Agricultural Extension Service j aid apparatus for the care of In- information leading to, Ml 1'W,."n1' 'to

i I according to an announce jured motorists and conviction of a w.ii i7"1
ment by A. P. Spencer vice-direc Sumpter .
..- i County boot] !(. ,
.' 1 IIo:1r-"I: ----- tor. TREASURY REPORT has been "'
I selling illegal,, ,
hyur"
; Details of the program, which GRAZING LANDS DAMAGED CANAL WORKS :MANY TALLAHASSEE-State Treas- Inverness. *

I. I Hints To Housewives I KISSIMMEE-Cold weather this OCALA-Close to 6,600 persons urer W. V. Knott this week an- --.-.- \
RURAL outlin-ed winter did heavy damage to Flor- are now employed on the Florida nounced that Florida's February NUMBER FOtUTklA;

COMMON SENSE ida grazing: lands, the state cattle- ship canal, it was learned last treasury balance of $6,694,337.93 OCALA-Mallle Mart In ,', I
f
i Weekly from Home Demonstration men's association was told at its week at the office of the U. S. took a jump of more than a million view became the foum M,
i By SPUDS JOHNSON" Specialists, TallahasseeCUSTARDS tending the conference, which of was annual meeting here today. P. El. district engineer at Camp Roose- dollars over the same 1035 date In Florida to formullv mi can*
I called by the Secretary Agri- Williams of Davenport Is presi- month. Receipts last month w
velt. Most of these employees are nounce his Intention
of
,
J Dr. C. 'eeiatt]
culture, were Mr. Spencer
of amounted to $6,312,507.17 in com- tbe'
dent the association.
in the of the civilian con- Democratic
camps nomination
WORK NOW i ,
A LITTLE V. Noble, agricultural economist, ':
ovenor
--+--- tractors, whose huge machines are parison with disbursements of $4- !In the June /
THE
I MAY KEEl' DOWN Return of the natural egg-lay and H. O. Clayton chairman of theState primaries yob
j MOSQUITO LATER ON ing season gives us more opportunity Allotment Board, all of the GETS TWENTY YEARS excavating twenty-four '"items" of 916,380.21. Is a weekly newspaper, I'w'hsber., '
f -- to renew I Acquaintance with the Extension Service.Administration BONIFAY-Horace Rolling, 20, about a half mile each along the was once secretary of form,.;: t; ,
OY
The malarial mosquito as man- custard family. Through the fall of the programIn convicted of second degree murder right of way in Marlon and Put- SIDNEY CATTS DIES ernor Doyle E. Carlton '

I 5r'I i kind's worst lasect foe was strikingly and winter, while eggs are scarce, Florida will be Is the hands of .!for the brick-bat slaying of his 75- nam counties DE FUNIAK SPRINGS-Death a member of the state hlghwjj
!i 1. shown in a recent sound film we have custards that are thickened the Agricultural Adjustment Ad- year.old grandfather George Roiling has ended the colorful career of commission and Is a w ,rr) : War
issued the United States Department cornstarch or flour was sentenced to serve twenty RAPS LEGISLATURE veteran.
4- I',: by partly with ministration and county and com- Sidney Johnston Catts Sr., Flori!
I !:; of Agriculture. so as to use fewer eggs. They are munity committees may be used I years in Florida state prison It OCALA-The Marion County da's wartime governor, back -
S. I It revealed that there were 2- good, but an all-egg custard Is also in carrying out its provisions 'was the minimum sentence pos Democratic Executive Committee woods orator and campaigner ex
I. 000,000 cases of malaria In the more nutritious because it la richer Included in the Soil Conservationand ,sible under the law. Life Imprison- recently charged the 1935 legislature traordinary. "Old one-eyed Catts," Selling (Up Highb '
: .( United States last year and every In protein. In fact, when the Domestic Allotment Act are ment could have been imposed. with "unbridled! squandering as the former Governor, minister,
one of these was caused by the menu Includes a rich custard, the provisions for preservation and Im- .-- of the taxpayers' money, political school teacher, merchant and plan ..Myeasattif...u InN (tout..... n
d J" mosquito. It also showed the life protein in the rest of the meal can provement of soil, reestablishmentuid NEW FISII STORYGAINESVILLEVThis trading, and breach of good faith ter often called himself--died at his -'J}....0 Lew, w.uQ PI"J s.___.
It
i cycle of this pest, which Is the be lighter than usual. maintenance of farm buying queer one with the taxpayers." The resolution home here in his seventy-third year a av ... It

.' '1 bane of existence for the nation, Custards are a special group power, adequate supplies of foods was told here by Glenn Summerlin. called on all condldatea for the following a few days illness which fhrets (ate.-irL ae.r Yat.rl.e t--.
and the various methods that are among the desserts and there are and fibers for consumers, and pro- With bare hands, he said, he 1937 legislature to announce pUb- I, climaxed several years of falling .e .. ...- aa4 e.u.t a.ma.t.lr a 1 b 1
f used In efforts to control it, many different forms and flavors. tection of rivers and harbors caught a seven-pound big mouth I licly whether they will allow "a I health and near blindness. =::.. .=-a& cnIIi:
IJ As everyone knows, we In Flor- But actually .there are only two against effects of soil erosion. bass as It splashed around in Lake continuance of such outrageous ex --
ida have a lot of trouble with the main branches of the custard Temporary federal aid through Santa Fe. In the big fish's mouthwas travagance." -.

mosquito, especially in those sec. family, soft and baked. The chief direct payments to individual far a half-pound bass, Its head .
'iS ii(r Dons that are not well-drained and differences between them Is a mat- I mers to assist voluntary action by protruding from the sevenpounder's RATES UNAFFECTED For
l 1 where there la considerable rain- ter' of texture. The soft'custards, them to conserve soil Is authorized gill, said the Summerlin story. ST. AUUUSTINE-J, D. Rah- Expert RepairingSmith's

fall. Mosquitoes are not as bad cooked on top of the stove In a double until 1938, when grants will be I, ner, general passenger agent of
now as they will be later on In boiler, are constantly stirred, made only to states upon approval FIND ROBBERS' AUTO 1 the Florida East Coast Railwayhas
the year, but a word of advice with the result that they have a of state programs by the Secretaryof VERO BEACH-The sheriff's of- announced that the recent rul-
now may lessen their numbers and smooth, thick but soft consistency. Agriculture. Grants may be fice said an automobile found ing of the Interstate Commerce GaragePhone
the cases of malaria later on. They will pour or spread but will made to states under plans approv. abandoned near here had been Commission, ordering a reductionof
r I, .t Now Is a good time to screen the not keep -a shape. Four eggs toa ed before 1938. Reestablishmentof Identified by Tampa and Sarasota railway rates to two cents per
I I1 home or to patch up screens that quart of milk makes an accept- farm buying power will be In' officers as the car used by the mile In coaches and three cents
',;;, are la need of repair so that the able soft custard. eluded In these plana. Production robbers who held up the Columbia per mile in Pullman's, except on 120
)I'', family will have this protectionS The baked custards are not stirred I control may also be included. An State bank at Tampa Monday. extra fare trains, establishes a
r '::.: against the pest, It's a good Idea after the milk and eggs are annual appropriation of not more Sarasota officers said/ the car had maximum fare and does not necessarily Wrecker Service Day or Night
1i 1r.,; to be ready for the mosquitoes mixed together. When cooked than $500,000,000 Is authorized.The been stolen there. The automobilewas affect rail fares in Floridaor
I I ,;;:!JJI{ when their numbers begin Increas carefully at low heat in a utensilset temporary aid plan authorIzes found Tuesday morning. the southeast

i'f' ing. 11a pan of water, the ingre- the Secretary of Agricultureto -
:: Florida has had a lot of rain in dients will form a "gel" which Is of [ make soil conservation pay-
l : : 'III,i! recent weeks and undoubtedly delicate texture, fairly firm show- ments to producers based on their '
,, l ;u. there Is considerable water stand- fog a smooth cleavage face when treatment or use of land for soil :8e / I Ii.
'l; ing In cans, barrels, holes and other cut with a serving spoon. A very restoration conservation, or ero- : .
': j : J.= places. Standing water Is ideal firm custard Is made by using 5 sion prevention, changes in land .
i 111 : for the mosquito to reproduce Its or even 6 eggs to a quart of milk. use, and the domestic allotment of .
''r ( lit; : kind. If puddles and ponds on the The important things about one or more designated commodi-
''i f'''lj? I'': farm are drained and If all standing cooking either soft or baked custard les. Productivity of land Is to be

\ I ''N ;,: water In receptacles near the are to use moderate heat taken Into consideration in pay- z .
t I .", home are emptied, the mosquitoes cook slowly, and remove the mixture ments based on changes in land use i.
1,1, I, will not get much chance to breed. from the heat aa soon as done. or treatment for soil conservation.The .
: .
pal .';f,.d Spraying ponds and puddles with objective in reestablishingand '. <
:
,ijj i ,"I" //j1 3:; oil of any kind or dusting them da. farm families and others to get maintaining farm Income lethe : : t
i.T'
'"" with Paris green will stifle theF to work now to eliminate: mosquito August 1909-July 1914 balance : :1
; 'ii"d young mosquito wlggletalls, also.I breeding places near their homes between agncultural and nonagricultural :;
I A small tin can, half full of wa- and to continue these practices ao living standards, as shown
;' ;' ter, is large enough for hundreds that the numbers of mosquitoesmay by the relative buying power of the
1i I I d lH r'I't i 'S I 55 of wlggletalls to flourish in and be kept down. Of course, thereIs net Income per capita on farms
55: 1 : ', finally develop into full-fledged a great deal of large scale drainage ; and in cities.
II I mosquitoes. Thus a small tin can, of swamps and marshes that 1 Under the permanent policy, effective .
I, ,:i'Jf' half full of standing water, is avery ; must be done before we can come In 1938, which provides for
.
I 1 important 'thing when it near controlling the mosquitoes In'the grants to states upon approval of
S I !P,it comes' to a consideration of the state as a whole, but there Is their plans, the state plans must:
i' : 'I', health of the family. much that the Individual can do, Include provisions for a state administrative '
1 I It would be a good Idea for Flor- too. agency, authorized by i
;'1J, the state and approved by the Sec-

": ., !;.a:' I I' BOREE FUNERAL HOME retary of Agriculture.. 1ewa

:' I 'y''t'' Full line of Cnnkets: &: Undertaker' Supplies REPUBLICANS RALLY ;
.r 1 I! ''C\' "I+ AMBULANCE SERVICE ORLANDO-Republicans from
(, ,
DAY AND NIGHT
'. I ,/. the four corners of Florida assembled -
i
. i j 53 PHONE 53 at the Angebllt hotel last
4"A G. II. BENNETT, Mgr. Wednesday fo rthe Republican Executive -
? : IIO IB-LIKE INSTITUTION" committee meeting which
was held during the forenoon.
.
.R Plans were made to take very 1'q
r.J1. definite steps to make Florida a
i I <.. two-party; state and a move to 1'j
;; ''j make this year's primary a state / ;
'
n wide affair in dead earnest.
I {i W. :
,ill 1 "' _
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FAME IS FLEETING
I ,' fri4' '
:, ''I''}jj', :,.. MIAMI-Amelia Earhart Put-
,. ) to the Atlantic .
,. ,IrM, nam, first woman fly
; and holder of many an air' record ;'

::, tHI knows that "fame Is fleeting." ;'


.; ; itf'-,;; '%- kif persons been she"I've told congratulated, been but an audience seldom mistaken on recognized here.swimming for many"I've," a e in the, only car in the, lower price range with the,


!' ::\ I(f \ the English Channel and mistaken FAMOUS *
KNEE-ACTION
I for virtually everybody from Ma- RIDE
'". I bel Walker Wlllebrandt to Col.

./ '. :\ I Lindbergh's grandmother." '.- *.,., .
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TRAIN SCIIEDULE NEW
h PERFECTED
1t -- It is important to places
; go com. IMPROVED GLIDINGKNEEACTION
HYDRAULIC
Ill Our schedule changes Sunday, BRAKES /"rtat j just as it is important to RIDE
January 5 and trains will run as (Double-Acllng Self-Articulating) 'OUCOHONICAL.
follows:: the.of.., and imoolheit ever developed nAN'OORTAnOll go swiftly, safely and economically. (he'11I00'''.'', rafeif rid. of all
t EXTRA "LIFT" IN H.C SounthboundNo And Chevrolet for 1936 maintains its title of

i 14 1-Due Starke 11:31 P. M. the only complete low-priced car by being the only

+ No. 15-Due Starke 4:23: P. M. SOLID STEEL car in its price range with the famous Knee-Action GENUINE FISHER

:. road tests prove 1 to 3 more mile: i No.No. 107 191-Due-Due Starke Starke 10:25 9:11:: A.P. M.M. TURRET TOP one-piece Gliding Ride*-the most comfortable known. NO DRAFT VENTILATION

NorthboundNo. Your Chevrolet dealer believes m NEW TURRET TOP BODIES
a crown cf beauty,a fortreu at lattty tone ride
per gallon ( 2-Due Starke 5:05 A. M. ia worth a thousand words." lie invites the moil beautfruf and camforfabfe' bod"'
No. 16-Due Starke 12:10: P. M. you to ever" created for a lowprlcfd/ car
No. 108-Due Starke 0:13: P. M. ride in the new Chevrolet at your earliest con-

Starke and \Vannee BranchNo. HIGHCOMPRESSIONVALVEINIIEAD venience. Just.so you'll know how much more

101-Leaves Starke 7:00 A. M. ENGINE comfortable it IS on any road and at speed. SHOCKPROOF STEERING
No. 102-Arrives Starke 1:50: P.M.T. any making driving' eoiler' and tahr
The
giving' even" better same ride will also
J. GRIFFIN. performance with/ prove that Chevrolet than ever before
even" I.. gar end oil for 1936 is
safer, more spirited and
1 ------ more thrilling
'
f I Im Crows usually do not fly In a to drive than any other thrifty car.
line.Phosphoric. ALL THESE FEATURES
straight
-. New Monty-Saying Because Chevrolet is the only car in its price AT CHEVROLET'S LOW PRICES
Y acid is essential for range with New Perfected Hydraulic Drakes

I I I the development of the roots as 6 % G.M.A.C. TIME Solid Steel one-piecei_Turret_T_ _Top,. IIlgh-Comprel'i a 4 9 SAND UP-: to.w"tw., tkr prl/c di ::.:..
well as for the formation of seed PAYMENT PLAN eton Valve-In-Head i : .:
Engine, and other .. b1
> it frui1 of the plant. many im- .n1 ...,esa.IMI'bI a1
Compare Chevrofet't" law, delivered price portant features. See and ride in this car_today! 1141wat MMmof.flint. .. rw-leeJ-.c-.c.- M.._ M_' tYaand /

; "' .% .- ,. When a soft custard coats the 'law monthly payment. CHEVROLET MOTOR COMPANY.DETROIT,MICH. """"Mw'wa. ..... ...,.... .. .*.".. .*'.."' __"*
A Cmrel
I spoon it Is done. When a knife y--
+ blade comes out clean It is time
1 I to take the baked custard out of d '
the oven and let it coel ? k-rieed'
1 _w.M...._c_,..., Soft custards Include not only onto/ C07up
custard sauce and floating l Island
One gallon could lift a 75-ton whale 660 feet but also the fillings for cream pieor

t cream puffs, tapioca cream, but-
Ask the Sinclair Dealer/ ter-scotch cream, chocolate custard -I .
%. CHEVROLET
r. and others served in a dessert .; ,
dish or a pie shell.
k Agent Sinclair Refining Company (Inc.) Cabinet and bread puddings
1 t FOK SINCLAIR PRODUCTS egg-rice pudding and various other
a ,. 1'IIONK 138: desserts made by adding flavoring i Torode
i J. H. WAINWRIGHT Agt. Ingredients b a liquid and egg Chevrolet Co.

''} n STARKE. FLORIDA j mixture and then cooking in the I
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.\RKE CIIVRCD DIRECTORY : t whlnuV about, without you, too! I II 1 I that i"t the younger Ir-i; in the ceremonial Tepua broke In on her reverie. ly, but"there was little of spirit u In .6 ti k

BAPTIST CHURCH IASTOt THICHAfUtS I Tell him" to go below and stay family-kiss of the Typees "Come, Lilleo," she called softly. her manner when she stepped forth : ;
there!
FIRST PR8tOl'sundaY t l I i and she went away. Lllleo, lost In her abstraction, did t t r
t'. B- Price I Robbins repeated the order to from this Improvised boudoir to 'Jy ,..i
Bev
hoot 10 clock. a. m" I, But Lllleo did not sleep I not hear her.'
s Mala and the saddened Typee '''Throughout the long night, she "Lilleo" she said again. "Do you meet her' bridegroomTaro

J Thoma WorshiP- Supt. :11 a. m. AGAN turned to obey. As he dragged his heard the bustling preparations for not hear me?" surveyed her. .and he was

ibmlM: feet slowly across the deck he the wedding. As the first faint The girl looked at her blankly,
His wives rushed forward .
m. pleased !
:5
v P U. 6:4: P- + r spied\ the ships dinghy, of the I
propped light filtered '
up day through with tear-filled
eyes. '
Worship, T:30: p. m. t bled 6y MID JONES from to hold back the taps curtain at ;
1 gvening Meeting Wednes- 4. against a hatch. Hope flared anew the thatched bamboo of the fare, "Come, Lllleo! It is time. Soon, the doorway of the fare. Taro took tt; I
S. s Teachers Mate kdsyni1 cT P ctuw within him. He.. sprang to action. I she tossed' about restlessly on her' the guests will come to greet you. Lllleo by the arm and led her

ty. 11'4:) p. Grayer service, Wed- 1 Lending all ofhls great strengthto 1 I crude bed of barrlngtonla leaves. The village Is gay with flowers' for proudly to the clearing before his ,

MId.week" L.1U M>, a Tofoan maiden, to "Mala! Mala!" she screamed I his task, he started to drag the i Soon the early sound of the village your wedding-day. Lllleo! Do you hut. As the couple passed through

esday -j p.- captured by Mala, a Types war- shrilly; and she struggled bravelyto small boat across the deck. fell upon her ears; the gay hear me?" the door Taro's wives dropped the '' ""

Church rior, who taken her to the Islandof free herself from the embrace' "Get away from that boat!" shouts of the fishermen, returning Lilleo nodded her understanding. curtain and turned back Into the r '

Rlethoois Montgomery, Pastor. Nukahlva, the home of the of the chief. Mala neither knew nor cared from a successful night at sea; the She climbed to her feet. Tepua puta fare. They, alone of all the Ty- .',

Rev B. Scr-ool-10 M. a. m. Typee Taro, the chief of the The girl struck out at Taro with what the Captain said. Tugging happy cries of the children, scrambling motherly arm about her shoulder pees, could have no part In the festive ? r tr .

Mining Worship-la. m. Typnr, demands LJHeo for him. both hands. He caught her wrists I manfully at the dinghy, he pulledit about In carefree play; the and led her to another part of celebration that attended theirCane's ',' ':
: elf but Male and nearer and nearer to the side of scampering at the youngsters'heels the fare, where Tirere and Nanuu I
-T:13: p m. Invoking the ancient gripped them painfully. She marriage to a new vahine. ( ,
Epworth Worship League 7:30: p. m. law of the tribe, proves his tugged and pulled, but she was\ the ship. ; and the lilting love-songs were already waiting to prepareher The villagers, gathered In a wide ,

Evening invited: to all these ..erves. right to her. After a spectacular powerless In his grasp. Resting I "Snap into !it, there!" Buckley playful yaps of the url, the dogs, for the wedding Trying bravely semi-circle before the fare, bowed ? .
You are courtship. In the manner of the briefly to regain her strength fora shouted to a group of sailors. "Get of the merry vahlnes, hurrying to stem her arms Lllleo suffered their heads In mute approval, as ,

TypeeH they happily discuss new outburst to freedom, she re- I him away from that boat, and along for their morning bath: in a herself to be dressed by Taro's Taro and Lllleo stepped out into '; .

rre"l>ytrtaii Church their' plans for their life together.' laxed in his embrace and looked to- throw him down In the hold!" shade pool. wives. the bright, midday sun He led her 1

kw George H. Lowry. :Minister I Returning front their jungle rendezvous wards the dirty hull of the great I The men sprang to obey the com- Then, she heard the booming Her bridal pareu was of a snowy I to a broad, white mat of tapa. 1, ,
mand. Mala turned to meet them.A war-song of a Typee warrior, and white tapa cloth, that fell from
fio-OO a. m.-Sabbath SchooL to Mala'n hut they' are white schooner that held her tane. 1 cloth spread under the shade of a 'l '
00 A M.-Morning Worship; I attracted by the villagers' cry As she watched, the sails rose man lunged for him. Mala she strained her ears, hopeful her shoulder waist to her dimpled' giant barrlngtonla. They knelt p, ,, i I', ,
11 that before the wind I caught him around the waist, lift again for the moment, trying to knees In gentle folds, embracingthe each other. r
Lrmon by the pastor. n great ship has dropped 1 1anrhol' they filled with the facing Without fur.
Ves- ed him high above his head, and catch the sound of Mala's voice. creamy tan of her soft, young pl
f m. Young Peoples In the lagoon. Itwihingto fresh breeze of the morning, and ther ado Taro placed his hands
s.-OO\: p the hurled him furiously across the Briefly, it seemed that this bud body. Across her back, they threwa 4!
Lr Service. Maul' canoe, they join the schooner bore away from them. upon her shoulders and rubbed her t
" 7:30 m.-Evening Worship. throng that Is pudding: out to Desperate, now, as she saw that I deck. The enraged Typee fought dream she was living might soon tapa mantle of alabaster white, nose gently with his own ;' b 11>
I : p greet the visitor.. Captain Buckley Mala was being carried away from with mad fury. Another man grap- pass! and that, once again, she tying it in a large and elaboratebow "Lllleo, Taro-vahine'' Lllleo, Ta'i! ''i f

Rosewood Baptist Church on board the ship, In plan- her Lilleo steeled herself for her pled with him, and! they fell heavilyto -- 1 ro-vahlne! Lllleo, Taro-vahlne!" Ho ,' .

Uv. L. O. Hemingway, Pastor ning to kidnap the strongest of supreme effort. But Taro, too, the deck. Over and over they I I '; repeated the formula three times :

services every Sunday. Bible the Type men and convey them, was alert. She lunged forward, rolled In frenzied combat. In a 1 1 Lilleo watched with great solemnity and the simple ':
'r liudy 10:15: : a m. Services at 3:39: ( but he held her fast. flash, Mala was'on' his feet again, rites 11
as slave, to the phosphate' minesof "i the wedding marriage were at an end. ,
'.['clock In afternoon. PutiiH. Taro agrees to help "Mala! Mala!" racing for the dinghy, and the oth- The villagers filed by the couple i',
I' i !
. Iluckley, specifying only that But, Mala lay in a drunken stu- er man lay still. Buckley drew his preparations slowly, bowing low In tribute and \
BAPTIST CHURCH 9 r
BETHEL Male mutt be one of his victim por on the deck of the schooner. pistol. with tear- >I feting' them varied gifts. Llllea 1'E ? k t .
Pastor .t !
/.1. Donnley, "You'd better not !
,
Kv. Captain
first Sunday. The sun was high in the heavens filled eyes. I I. ,, stared blankly at the procession q
Robbins warned
every him.
1 Services CHAPTER VII when Mala awakened from his but Taro balled his subjects with
School, 2:30: p. m. But the unneeded.For L
Sunday warning was i
long, deep sleep. His head ached boisterous greetings. S i
and Prayer Servicesvery Mall wrestled ... J. S i
Bible Study A smiling dawn broke over the painfully. He shook his head and as franticallywith Drums boomed and vahines and f

( Saturday night. peaceful ship. The mad din of the tried to clear his addled brain. It a third seaman, his first victim their lanes danced to the music R 9.

' night's faarearea had ceased. A seemed strange to him; he did not crashed down upon his head I w q And the tireless Typees, amazingly r,, ,. 4
I' First Christian Church with a belaying pin. Mala groanedand
deathlike quiet prevailed on the know where he was. He thoughtof II recovered from their all-night '
W. T. McGuIre, Pastor slumped into unconsciousness. .
, Rev deck. The Typee tanea and their Lllleo, and he called her name. I debuiinch aboard the schooner
School, 10 a. m. his back Into i
Bible 'vahlnes lay in huddled groups, Again and again, he called. There Buckley slipped pistol threw themselves Into the frenzied 4
I.. Communion, 11 a. m. sleeping heavily in their drunken was no answer. Its holster ; d abandon of the faarearea. "''i '
Endeavor, 7 m. "Take him below and him '
I Christian p. stupors. Captain Buckley and his Captain Buckley and Robbins keep II M Late Into the night, a night of
"
I 7:30
Wednesday :
meeting there! he thundered. He turnedto
Prayer motley crew reeled unsteadily stood at the rail, their backs towards terror for Lllleo, the celebration I
I I the Mate. "It must be t1;
m. some
:
continued !
about the ship. Half-drunk, but him A Negro quartermaster -
.
Preaching Second Sunday 11 a. determined to complete the task he manned the helm. Two or dame, Robbins, "to make a guy Finally, as the first, gray light ,

i and 8 p. m had so perfectly begun, he super three sailors were busy with their .1 fight like that!" /t' of dawn showed In the sky Taro .'' '

vised the preparations for their needles, repairing sails. Others lay' picked up the trembling Lllleo and /
Church
St. Mark: Episcopal
I quick departure for Patua. sleepily about, resting after their CII.I'TEH111 carried her Into the fare.

Service on second, fourth and One by one, the sleeping Typeeswere debaunch of the night before. Mala The white tapa drape closed over ,

, ftb, Sundays at 11 o'clock a. m. picked up and carried to the looked for his friends, the Typees, Aa Taro, the chief of the Typees, the door way behind them. '
Litany and choir practice at side of the schooner. Carefully, to and he could not understand why led the procession of tired revelers (To be continued) i' t .'

, 30 ,o'clock, on Friday nights preCeding avoid awakening them, the sailors he was alone with these popaa. through the village on their return rt _._. -- ;
rwe "
'; Sunday services. eased the vahlnes and their tanes Then, with a start, he realized from the schooner. Lllleo, the prizehe I shoulde--: 'I I r'' 1!

Into the waiting arms of other sea that the ship was at sea. Alarm held proudly in, his arms, no would be safe in Mala's arms, ', across her left Lll I Ii !:

men who now manned the canoes, seized him."Lilleol". longer struggled. Resigned to the laughing and gay, free from all leo stood motionless and mute under ",
which the he called frantically. inevitable fate that was ahead of
scraped gently along
I II' care, warm and happy in the their ministrations, and lthe women -
her, she cried softly like a beaten
BOB JONES 1 boundless!: love they bore for each stood bark to observe their nr to
beast, broken and crushed In spirit.
other. The stern voice of Taro handiwork with Ill-concealed ad.
Comments On Here Taro gloated over her. He sang brought her back to reality from miration. tour Cl..n h'I
the boastful of the
war-song Typee ......
tea
Pu1.4
brief of romantic fancy
the respite heavy hlnano and taro necklacesentwined
And Hereafter warrior as he strode along and his N ttr way YamtsurousAly
He shouted terse commandsto with fresh blossoms of
followers cheered. He led them .....ul.. In.u...
his wives, and their scurrying tlnre, the flower of romance, and ,
straight to his own hut. mss N ,
Through faith we understand "Tirere! Nanuu! Teupa!" he call. footsteps told Lllleo plainly that the sweet.smelllng frangt-panl. The ,; I..mpll, f
feared his wrath. of the flowers
, tat the worlds were framed bye ed his wives "Haere! Come quickly. they exquisite perfume
Before the had she, thrilled the older' women, but the
day passed
Word of God. That is a quo- See the new Taro-vahlne!
would take her with his pungent aroma seemed to dull Lllleo's -
lion from the third verse of the A The tree women came running too, place ill
I seventh chapter of Hebrews. You m Y .+ M1 from the fare in quick obedienceto other wives In the unhappy household senses.

I' ill -ote that it does not say thate their husband's command. Taro I ; she, too, would have to obey The pare plkl, a glorious, tenthed F f

:mderstand the worlds were released Lllleo and set her on her the every whim of this man she head-dress, was set upon her trrr

awed by-"the*Word- 0frOod-b e'J feet. She sank weakly to the hated. Soon, she knew, he would drooping hear and Its riot of brilliant }, i! I

I aUse we went into a laboratorynd ground, her thin, tired body tire of her, as of the others, and colors lent accentuation to the
, -tudled some chemicals. It wracked with sobbing. Lllleo would become another servant pallor of her skin anti the dark i* ;W

I 'yi- w understand this by faith "Lllleo is Mala's woman," Teupa I slaving to please the hu'mor8 brown gloss of her carefully combed ; J''A/ j

SUF 'old Nlcodenxus, "If you dot objected, as she recognized the of a new mistress, a new Taro- and perfumed. tresses. Lilleo ,
vahlne. held her head and smiled brave hi
vahine. up !
I > >Mieve me when I tell you prostrate i4

I, irinK! things how will you be- The chief glowered at her angri -

"v. n.. when I tell you heaveni ly. "Lllleo Is Taro's woman now.
said if I Take her inside, and her
i ? Someone has 'But 1 must go back t 1 prepare
"
I !InC floes not accept what God for the wedding ceremony' Fools!

ty>> ii.out' creation he will not ac- 1 must go back to ray he shouted!, when they were' slow to r
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. .,..ptat\ God says about salva- woman!I" he insisted obey him. "Hurry!" He turned

on The same book which says now to his assembled villagers who

In' beginning God created the were crowded behind him. "Pre. / 1

eaN and the earth" also says -- --- pare the feast for tomorrow. When i 1 1i

1)4') ire are ye saved through I side of the larger vessel. Most of "Lllleo!" the sun hangs high In the mata i

,uti All of this modernistic ef- the Typees stilt slept, and the others "lie's looking for his woman," reva, the heavens, Taro shall make 1 1

.' i ar out the first lines of I were too sluggish mind"und" one of the sailors commented drily, Lllleo his bride."

JI H,
01 1 ',.a' k the faith of men in the I going on about them. "What's eatln'' him?". Buckley loud and long. Then, as the three OFFER No. 3 ALL 1TIL OFFER No. 4Boulliora ALL POUR
i .Ml.. Former. 1
mi 'itv of the only Book which j Taro, the chief of the Typee war. asked the Mate. older women, Taro's wives, pickedup Good Progr Slot-fog, 1 Tar roa oNLT Agricultural. 1 ycu roe ONLY

fter, tulvatlon to a lost world. I I, riors, roused: from his sleep, as- "He's calling for his girl-friend the inert girl and carried< her, Country Ham*.I par T.ar Country Komo 1 y.orTh j {; f '
Robbins told him "I we'd the hut, the chief The Fain Journal. 1 year $ .80 Farm 1umal.ITsar.
he -.Mlglon of the Bible differs sumed command of the pahi. Stag. guess unresisting, Into $1.80 a
AND THIS NEWSPAPER AND THIS NEWSPAPER 9
110m ill other religions. The rell- gering about on the high stern of better tell him what It's all about"' waved his followers away. For On Y.n = For OM Year

'[>n.of the world say "Do and the war-canoe, he screamed his "Tell him anything you like, Throughout the day, the chief's

ve The religion of the Bible drunken: orders to the sailors Robbins. But, don't forget to tell fare bustled with the women's excited

ys Live and do". The reason around him. He watched the rail him to shut up!" preparations for the wed- RptNtlHRt ,tkySomMcCAII'S ,,, ''

.1> IL,. difference is all the other for Lllleo, but, as each vahine was Speaking fluently In the Typee ding. m J I88JI o l '
llgi!! n- began In the wisdom of i| handed down, he shook his nead dialect, Robbins tried to explainthe Lllleo sat quietly In a corner of V | pIC0} a r! V-Jf T/EArIOM {

an The religion of the Bible ben I and muttered, "Alta, alta. No, no; situation to Mala. But, Mala the hut. She watched the preparations THIS NEWSPAPER mhrm A KlT RMr.Nii
', could not understand."But with tear-filled eyes. From
the wisdom of God. that's not the one. I

S aIn I Captain Buckley scanned the I must go back!" he In. time to time, soft, piteous sobs for 1 year and I I l.r. .

old days when they had deck to see that none but his six I| msied pathetically. "I must goi shook her body. She refused to

lig- debates they used to ar. picked men remained. Huddled to- I i back to my woman!" talk to Taro or his wives, and her I

u, ''Jout what the Bible said. gether In deep sleep, he saw Lllleo "It's too late to think about your plaintive sighs for Mala were the 3 Big Magazines THIS
NEWSPAPER tW
lei tgreed that whatever it said and Mala. Her head rested on his woman now" Robbins told him. only sounds that issued from her

is The most serious thing bronzed shoulder, and her left "You signed the contract. You're lips. for one full year 9, 'lI +

110u' the controversy now is this. 1 hand lay across his powerful chest. going to Patua!" "Tai!" Tlrere sneered at her.

!l1g"US; leaders are arguing I Buckley picked her up carefullyand Mala pleaded with the Mate. "Weeping! That's a "pretty picturefor I And 4 Big Magazines k kI
, lJOUt whether the Bible- Is so or carried her to the rail. As he I I "Tell him to cut the argument the chiefs bride. 9

'11< The most important thing Is : passed her down to the waiting and get below!" Buckley ordered. Nanuu taunted her too, for these '

'OIl< y"ur" Baptist, Methodist, Prestenan. : men below, Taro spied her He I Robbins translated the command two women were., no longer young Magazine from Croup A; 3 Magazines from Group B; 4iaJI f

; Disciple. Lutheran, orpsC1 brushed the sailors aside and took and returned to the Captain at the and beautiful, and they resentedthe

doctrines. The most im- her In his arms.Mumbling rail. Mala could not understand. presence of the lovely Lllleo. P1'1"I y

rtunt' this Is this "Is there any I thickly to himself, he As he pondered the question, he "Come, get up!" Tirere called to Select Any 3 MagazinesFrom : f
Ith, ?" carried the limp body began to associate his predicamentIn her again. "You should not weep '!
rity back of your doctrine I smiled as he Jot.v-lu. .' ,,
'our doctrines are no good If they I back to his seat In the stern of the some vague way with the pres- when the chief has condescendedto This List a. .'" 0.. A- "' ,...,.. ...,..a

e not authoritative. Your fath- ; pahl. For Lilleo was Mala's woman ents he and Lllleo had received make you his wife." aT.... Story I Tsar d ',\lot Hoa. .t S G.'d.... 1"6.. QAunry,M/.Mltry' JOum" ,(< ,
would be from the night before. "Who Is Mala ?'* Nanuu demanded. Bttv Horn. 6 Gar4u _I y.... H."ld a a 1,. P r'Ckrltlaa
Buckley 0
s nd she 6. a41. ,i ,
mothers need not be wor- no longer; now, Herald _I -.. a mlakn...., Ppdbej' ej, 1"
'd about your sons and daugh- II his, the fourth wife of Chief Taro Then, a new hope came to him. He "Aue! Forget him, as he will Flews Grow I -. 0 Pte .. olMNUI'1' 2 r' 0 Th.,."".dpryrt'bwn.' ..f 1 wHauuk.ld
rs advanced to Buckley and the Mate forget you. Where he has gone," Magarin. _I Tar 0Jm tear Modem) 1 1 0, ,,," -0.1/111. 1p .r '
losing their denominational H.ma ,
Ith. You had better get down on I of All the of Typees.his visitors, except the timidly to plead his case anew. she continued pointedly, "there are" Junior CaU'Ho.. M..va.d... (ior Mather. _*)*I jar j3 Met" .119MUU""." ... a 1))* 0M.a S ..dSl.rkl,CI...Nnd. 'Pint. .s 1W 7h ,r.'

'ur knees and pray that your six men destined to five years of "Mala must go back to his wo- many vahlnes, prettier than you! M..... Clawio 1 ya 0 Mmn" A.sdtbmla I !Cloy<) 6ra's 00 ko.a lra' a .. s .. 1w t t
ildren mines of man," he said. "Lllleo will return "He will not stand and weep for JI.oodl..1II1 I Tear 0 rpm a. ..
will not their faith in the phosphate r'Panel.
lose ao"d ) -2 IIIMWrttnhdMaulne
slavery Op. (Soya y. MltlrJ Svr 0 In '
0 nn6dM {
I
white chief's presents. Tlrere added bitterly. "Why _. {
_
the I
the Bible That Is the modern Patua, in their canoes, Captain you N.v.oI. 0 lrr ,' .' ,
himself, was I ishould for him?" Pathand.rw..kly( _I yar A"Na 0 4ANe1r r Haer LW. 1" !
for the Robbins, despite Lllleo weep .
age' There was a time when If Buckley gave the signal Pictorial. JUvUw I year 0 Ietalrit Stotl. a ltrr / art 1" ,g
wan said he was a member of ships to depart, and his men cut touched by Mala's plaintive plea. I Haere, please!" Lllleo raised I Progr**"lir* FarmerIt _2 Tsue' U rook .. 0foul".,'Tilhund/ 1" r i
'certain: church knew loose and scrambled back Patiently, he tried again to tell her head and! looked to the older Oman. tie Start. I 1 Seen TruamsnluOou, 0 1.ry 0 "'80""", 1" 1 ;
them Scr BookSouthern .
everyone a T.ar (
hilt> he believed. In this day and over the side of the schooner. Fav Mala of his plight to convince him | women with pleading eyes. "Go! rriculturfot< _I Tsa' 0 0 Aanku/rullara. ., e. a. 1M OSiaunrt/udrlnllurlrt.; ,,, t a In t t'. x
sealed and that When Taro commands } True Cooi.BionWaawa' .", '' 2,.. Wonaa't' 'loi
fate alone : 0
his was Leave tvI
111 i man with an incom- that me 1 l 0 ,j aI"
may say he Is a Bap- ored, fortunately N World ""ur Tlnrfarm J.'tnd :arm ;
'I t Methodist small vessels beganto nothing could be done for him. But, I have no choice other than the l.ttttd 0 r 0 B C/o./Nt/ I Anlar, a 1,. t!
the
a Presbyterian, ing tide, 'OTI-Chrtton f fonowrnr 1 :: ; a" 1'reOd: 1" (
'member of some other trlninai. drift slowly towards the shore. even as the true meaning of the I to obey him. Tomorrow, I shall d/ 'T,... Story it you with.' Only ant I..b- [C IylhtlllAphultmal ,. Poultry" M or. a 1" i rlmaur'
I .. .
Buckley Modern Mechanic C XavAmerican ._.,,1 Tar'
rot time be a Unitarian. An or-' roared with ribald laughter, as he Mala did not give up hope. A new I The girl's voice ended In a high j Out t ..... .

10 x Methodist Is much closeran waved to the departing Typees."So solution came to him, and, again, rasping scream. I 'Delineator"dv. 1 Y.Her.' 1_ _ _I _ _a _ /_ '
orthodox Baptist than an 01'140x '- long, suckers!" he called. he implored the Mate to listen. I I Later, when Tlrere and Nanuu | Yhydcel> Cullu. 1 y....

Methodist Is to a modern- Taro of course, did not understand "Now what?" Buckley asked'Robbins. had gone away Tepua came to her GENTLEMEN I Cnctiu S Pl.... Sond M. !
) m
I: Methodist.! Remember, the "Ia ora na i te Atua!" he J' and tried to console her. Tepua .' C Oflor No. 1 Q OU.r N.. 2 D OU.r No. 3 a Offer No. 4 '' +ic.

""It important thing la this, "Is replied. "Farewell, and God keep "He says he is an honorable alone, understood the deep.rooted' I .m checking the maga.in.1. d..lr.d! with a you'. aubscrpEl! "
e Bible man" the Mate explained. "He Is I grief of the child, for, when Tepua'
"
the tloa to
Word of God? Can you! U your piper,
OJ Otflieve what It ?" The As the pahl bobbed up and down willing to work for his presents,1 was young and beautiful. Taro had e r'

'Iter.! who Is an old says time, ortho- with the gentle roll of the sea, LII- but, first, he must go back to get 1', torn her from the arms of the tane Ilam. .
arms held him woman. He promises to come'to she loved. He, too, like Mala, had

Christian* says Is 8O.says.. "Whatever the leo awakened.close embrace Strong and she Patua, If be can bring the girl''! been carried to the phosphate I 1 .
In a
-. her looked up, smiling happily, remembering with him. I feel sorry for the poor ; mines of Patua, and he had never d i Strool or ILF.n A

The first airmail tasu- she had gone to sleep In the devil, Captain." I| returned. I t
Stamp of her tane. A muffled cry "Stow the gab, Robbins!" Buckley j "Lllleo, my child." she said ten Town and Sut! SS

n m"ntln' 191TYforea gov- arms she saw the leering was rapidly losing his patience. I derly. "Rest awhile- -sleep." SheJ j .
flight be- escaped her aa .orew m m m m e >s
bad to have brushed her chetk! jllghjiy/ ) .
.
sea Turin and Rome. eyes of Taro looking down at her' "Isn't in enough him5 ; & --- - .y



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Established 1877
r'L' TO CLASSIFY
., <= lake. The part west of Starke, going -
t SgM.EAVBER.. =T 7l nr nmisKi.L. KAYMrrrrfarr. through a Jhe'avily 'timbered

I % iFLORIOXPRESS ASSOCIATION\ vy Florida Pre.s A..n. swamp, should have been excavated

with steam, shovels dynamiteand
1Q35p
VJ
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,i ...1 ":J'Ctwa/tlir 2eu is .. Well. It started out to be a Gov stump pullers.to give It sufficient !- a e

f '- -- ---- ernor's RACE and now Its developed depth. But''It was dug by
l5t.ampede--or hand In the wet muck by' relief
and Entered as Second Class ed a regular
Fridays
Published Weekly on
i maybe epidemic would be a better, workers and, consequently, too 1 ) r
Matter at the Post O.f.fce.t Starke, Florida word. Anyhow. I doubt If there shallow for permanence. For some TUfe MAN woo

.. : (. !? J"S TT -" .. ever was a time In the history of I time it will do'good work, but will

.. E. 1.. Matthews. .. _. __ ____ ______:Editor and Owner the state when so many guys got thereafter be choked up from na- + HAS CAU6UT MORETARPON

--.. -- -- all steamed up with the same per tural causes and the carelessnessof I TWAM AMY ONt

,. -- SUBSCRIPTION RATE sonal ambition at the same time. timber cutters. : MAt4 t IN TW&.Y.ASUBY WORLD/

Now If I was a statistician I Why not give it lad title of "rlv
rl,, Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance would probably start chewtn' my er"? If the water course be thus

t L Advertising! Rates on Application pencil and try to figure out what dignified our congressman mightbe .

-- -- ., ..- -- -- -. -- ----- -.-.---.-- the result would be if all the gubernatorial able to secure government appropriation -
for its permanent improvement J
candidates were laid a
Pedestrians are the things'that accidents are made of. end to end and wind up by arrlvln' Including Its dependencies t

t --o' at the conclusion that it would the Rowell-Sampson Canal w.-tiiianos f is t, t ., Ort'
and Sampson River Tr.er.asr.sn ? at
probably be a good thing.
'( Be guru to take in the senior play at the high school to- ,-
But if isn't done aboutIt
something
i J.r. night. pretty soon we're liable to wake UtETOELMrs.

$1 ---o up and find that we got more can- Ralph Gitiney, Correspondent -
didates than cows on highways '
( Remember last year when everyone was complaining that which wouldn't be mutt of tin Improvement 'j Mrs. Ralph Galney and children
were visiting, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene ,, o'
ts
wR
,; the} ground was too dry? .. as tar as I can see. ? pJ 4' ?, $ n 'l'2
I Griffis and ;fam41y'Sunday.Miss + 'r+ -j,'
1'l'{ 0 And they all come under the gen-I Eliza,Harrell Was> visiting b p,1 FI nr f'1 I

r j sib?' There are sixteen candidates for governor and each one rial eral Timber"classification and while of "GUbefDato-l I don't I Miss Edna Glkflsoit-Sunday after b &} V

: fa absolutely sure he will be elected. claim to be an authority,, after j noon.Mrs
her
b Lizzie Lee
j I was visiting
look In' it over I'd say it was the I DISTINCTION OP' i w + +zY* '+
0 I brother, Albert cfrlffis and son. CLAIMS TME" 1 '
best argument for reforestation the
Men if you can't find your favorite pipe just remember state ever had. j jI Harvey Ga.lney..Sunday. fs ,UAAIKGTUB, tAfcGtST PACKIK&-- eci k r r rNooS
I
Ira and Earnest Allen were visiting IM TW 41 woRLD'
k t that it's time for spring house cleaning.o I But if we could Just get 'em all Mr. Ralph Gainey and fam- 8V AK BUII4'e s'N"
' together under one tent and charge
\ I. -- ily Sunday.
admission we could sell enough
Frank Harrell of Lake City
i, :I i Don't marry a girl just because you like her lisp. It tickets to pay off all our outstand- spent last week-end with Mr. and

: 7 j ; might be caused by a wad of chewing gum. ing bonds. Each guy with his own I Mrs, Ralph Gainey.
little platform and not enough
I Gladys Lee Was visiting Thelma
'y -0-
planks to go 'round so they'd be
Prevatt Sunday afternoon.
1 + Some cities give trucks the right-of-way over passenger keepln' the customers in an uproar We are glad to report that Mrs.

t cars. Might as well-they'll take it anyway. snarling and snapptn over who's Calvin Oilmen who has been very
plank was which and who saw It
o ill is better now.
first.!

'1 ll Fifty thousand people disappear annually in the coun- One guy with his mouth full of daughter Mrs. CynthiaLee, Mrs. \V. L.is Silcox.visiting her r

i ? try. Funny" that none of your creditors are ever missing. nails would be draggln' the old We are glad 1-0 report that Mrs. l 1 fI 1ufa;

o "economy" plank down to his end Elbert Glover' is convalescing aft. m -
i of the tent to fasten it on his plat- er an illness. m ;.e 4Str'
The toward farmers market in Bradford fit { Psnr
first step getting a
form and some other bird wouldsee Mrs. F. R. Coleman was visiting

County will be the employment of a county farm agent. him and grab hold of the otlier R. L., Lee and'family Sunday.:

l; o end in an effort to take it away The.distinction- being the CHAMPION TARPON floors approximately 150 feet by 210 feet and

i We will really begin to feel bad when the candidates get from him. Then when they dropped MKS. W., T. GILL FISHERMAN of the WORLD' goes to W. also a messanine about 25 feet by 115 leer It
I it and started claw In' at each W. 21 died at the
Mrs T. Gill ,
JONES who and'landed
ASHBY has is
caught 1,635 an ail-electrically welded building and has i
t ; through with telling us what a downtrodden taxpayer we other in earnest some other hope- James Walker Memorial Hospitalin
} ful would snatch it and start covering a period of about -43 years of fishing clear pan on tie second floor of 118 feel In
'
are. up Wilmington N. C., last Wednes-
'R 1 around Fort Myers. During the Mr addition to the most modern facilities
hlgh-ballin toward his end of the day morning., The, body was forwarded past season packing ,
x ;i a- joint with a half dozen others at to Perry? for fbneral services Jones caught 160 "Silver Kings". He is a thorough the huge structure contains complete rest rootm

; ik There is a place in New York State called Lake Desola- his heels. and burial which were held sportsman and always releases.his catch. for both men and women, a kitchen and a caf.

f, l tion. Must be one where the fishermen have caught all the Some bird would be staggerin' Friday. Located about 10 miles from Orlando at Dr. teria. It is situated in the midst of the world'i

t fish. down the center aisle with an arm- Mrs. GUI's home was in Perry Phillips Florida stands the largest packing house largest tangerine grove-a tribute to the vision

'I load of free school books and before prior to her marriage to W. T. Gill In the world-built by an individual It bat two I and energy of one man-Dr. P. Phillips, of Or-

:" a he could get anywhere some of Starke, two years ago. They JandG. __ __
I'-' Ripley tells about a man who can hypnotize fish. Most .other candidate would sock him made their home here for about etery near here. He native

1 ..J1 } rt any fish would be stunned to hear the stories that are told over the head with a bottle of free one year and for the past six of Baker County and was waa a member Lela Davis, Misses! Mae and Agnes and a brother, Jack Raulerson Raulerson Sanderson.It .
T about it.We milk for every school kid under months they had'. been residing in of the Primitive Baptist ; a son, Cleveland Rau -

{t twelve, and cop onto the books before Wilmington.She Church. lerson, all of Jacksonville!; three .
o the other bird came out of ia survived by her husband sisters Mrs. Ollie Is thought t cosmic rap)
Mr. Raulerson is survived by his Moore and Mrs:
his coma. All of which often an Infant son, William Thomas bombarding the earth from
understand that a lecture beauty was recently called spat
on widow Mrs. Laura Raulerson; four AUalene! Rigdon.. of 3tarke
makes me wonder why those boys Gill III, her mother, Mrs. D. W. Mrs. beyond the stars Influence ov
J F : off because the lecturer's face had broken out in fine daughters Mrs. Emma Wolfe Mrs.There's .
' t a want to waste their time runnin' Blue, of Ferry"five1 sisters. Misses Esther Ann Rhoden. .Jacksonville; plant and animal life.aBaanaaaaaBiimininiinr. '
: I'' crop of pimples. for Governor when Mr. Ringling Treasie and v l iyh Blue, Mrs. H.

o is payin', such good wages to O. Scbmld,'Mrll.u 3."i': Sheffield all

clowns. of Perry, and Mrs. H. M. Hagan,
" d Doctors say that growing boys rest too little. We don't I A 'World'of
of Plant City two brothers Elmer
There is supposed to be a law
:, know about themselves, but they certainly rest those around I against lotteries in this state but and Sam Blue, of Perry. CHIC HALL'SGROCERY

,'' I them far too little. I'll swear I can't see where a fel. --. in these

r I I, 0 low who puts a dollar on the Irish Louis Raulerson

}\; i I :'I A noted educator says the American press is sluggish.That's chance Sweepstakes than a Is lot takin'of these much more saps Rauleraon Funeral, who services died for Sunday Louis at his R. BLOUSESFashioned

I, 01 funny-we always thought a sluggish person was one who are putting $50,000 on a home in Jacksonville, were held

,1 with a full stomach. chance to be Governor, especiallywhen Monday at 11 o'clock at Dyal Cem.

4 ,u some of 'em haven't even got .
0
. the chance though in most cases'
1{ Every now and then a fellow gets so mad at a slot machine -I it's somebody else's nlcklea they're ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR AND

;, t ,, for not paying off that he takes a sock at the machine fee in' in the slot.-so they should BARBECUE PLACE
FOR TAT: ASHESSOUt !
,I';' ;f instead of at himself worry. But there's babies only one'yackpot" standin'n I hereby .nnnonnr myself a can Friday and Saturday March 13-14
sixteen
and illdattt fur the n(1o of Am>..*.or of ,
J 0 line with a handful of coin, all Taxes. of Bradford. County subject
to the will of the. voter. uf the com-
An editorial in the Tampa Times asks, "Is the voter, ayin'> for it, so somebody Is boundto lag Democratic. Primary. Election. to CASH PRICES
lose. I don't know how be held in Jun ,Your vote and support
easier to fool than the gambler?" They both should be used to you !. solicited"and.. will be greatly -
xc .,' feel about it, but for my part, I'll a."nQI"I..d. '-
taking chances by now. vanilla Af..pofiilly.. FRESH
take > FISH Lb. 7c
a + a.' 15. W. Hayes.iFOR _. ____ __ ,
((1 : o But gettin' serious it the so-

i' A French society offers a prize for the best plan of developing called sovereign voter would just > TAX AHgfCSSOKI POTATOES No.2 10 lb. 13c
take half as much Interest in try- respectfully announce my randlilnry __ .._
;, 3 the Sahara desert. We'd suggest it be used as a for Tax Assessor of Bradford -
In' to elect a real governor as County subject to the will of

'1 t ; l''! home for surplus fan dancers. most of these candidates do In try- the primary Democratic election Voters, lone In the 9. I coming have- CABBAGE HardHead 5c

o In' to be one, we might get some- -thirty-one years been a tax-
to j ,i+ where. payer of Bradford County and. If
treatment' of diseases, radio will be used to induce artificial We do a lot of talkln about it all elected the favnfM Tax AHflentior., Information. 1 guarantee accomodutlona t LARD, Best Compound 11I/2c

w + fever. Too much advertising talk between numbers will and rave and tear our hair over and cnurteelea. that can he.Ivan
.I through that office. I will GRITS 5 Lbs.
9 1 make most anybody fun a temperature. the way the government Is run, appreciate your' ""1'1011" connlderatton 13c
but when the national ballot stuf- vote and anslHtanre.U. .
.. K, (Bob) DKMOREST.
+1 fin contest la under way WA wake -- ---_. MEAL Water 20c
;' '- -- Ground 10 Lbs.
Bandits held up and robbed patrons of an East Coast up and find we failed';: to pay our FOIl .TAX COI.I.RCTOII
t hereby announce my candidacyto ,
; night club where Sophie Tucker is appearing. The guests poll tax or forgot to register, so succeed myself. an Tax Collectorof SUGAR
i we take election day of to go fish- Bradford county subject to the Best Granulated Lbs. 23c
I P ; should have tried hiding behind Sophie. Tittmncratlo primary to he held on
In' and then come home to spendthe June 9. 1986. 1 have tried to render
I o next four years cry tn' and car- you faithful, hopeat and efficient of ALL MEAT STEW Lb. 15c
i service during my second term of __ _
t Folks who have almost forgotten what it looks like to see ryln on because a governor somebody office/ solicit Tax Collector. I earnestly LOVELY SILKS:
else elected don't play "cricke your support and If
s i a field of cotton pickers in Bradford County will have an op- the way we think It ought to elected render you attain the.I same shall' service continue an to I AND CREPES TOMATOES No. 2 Can 6c

t portunity to refresh their memory this fall. be played. have in the pu.t.

l a 1 o And right now the registration AMI-A. KNIOHT '98c BACON Best White, Lb. 16c
books are OPEN and a lot of tax FOIl TAX: COLLECTOR ,
} A bridge expert says the game has taught women con. collectors are standin 'round wait- I respectfully. announce myself a

centration and control-but not to 'control their feet thinks in' for you and me to come in and candidate'lector, subject for the to-office the action of Tax of Col.the to 1.79 MATCHES Penny 2 kgs._ 15c

v who has been kicked in the 'shins. 'pay our 'poll tax but we probably Democratic voters at the primary of
many a man June t, 11311. 1 feel that 1 am In every -
won't.- Maybe we'll start for the way nuallfleir to dutle SPIUNODRESSES COCOA Pound Can
itji 0- court house with the beat Intentions of the office: :tIVntJ'e competent ____" '

{ ( This is "Know Florida Week." If you think you know but the Mae West poster in faithful service dlfchnrtre, Pledging. of' the duties full and of 75c
FLOUR
+ f everything about this wonderful state: just take a short automobile'ride -. front of the theatre will catch our the I solicit office and to the will best appreciate of my ability your,. Tailored or FrtUed 24 lbs. Guaranteed _

d and we'll bet find something eye or somebody will invite us over support In the coming primary.Ite .
new.
: you to the drug store for a dope and J i>eclfully.I :CAUL JOHNS.. : 1.98 to 6.95 ASPIRIN TABLETS Box __ 3c

o it's "no dice" for us on election SVI'KHIMTKNKKXT: _
: OP HC IIOOI.S
A former representative in the Colorado state legislature day. I hereby announce myself a .can WHITE SHOES
SALT
All right, wlae-guy. show me didate for. ro.vlectlim to the offirelof I 1Z Lb. Pkg. __ __ _
+ now has a job mopping up the capitol floors. lie probably Superintendent of PuMla InKIruction !i
your poll tax receipt and your registration of Bradford County suli.. 1.98 upS
{ to in other places. Ject to the will,of the ietnorretinivoter. l I
.jiegect his opportunities mop up slip and I'll take it all In the l-rlmnrjr Election: June I 1 OYSTERS, Qt. 40c
0-- back. :J. Your vale| and support will I .
S -
_. .appreciated.Rsgecifully.. 1.1
.
: '4 A philosopher once said that dread in the heart is worse New--- -- -- A. J. UiUFF18.1 A SPARE RIBS (Plenty Meat)

't > than dandruff in the hair, and fear in the soul is worse than Timekeeper von riiooi 110 tan I _

')I I Iry" J film on the teeth. Not however if you are a movie actor. been R. C.sent Shaw here, of to Gainesville succeed Q,has B. didate I hereby for re-election announce myself an. member n can of N GOOD GA. CORN 100 Lbs. $1.,50

o School Hoard IXstrlct. "No." a subject D
: Middleton as timekeeper with the 10, the will of the voter In said..
Have you heard the story about the negro woman' who WPA. Mr, Middleton ha. return I District on Jun. *be litan. Tour voteclaIeIMPPOrt A POTATOES No. S. 10 Lbs. 1

r/ ; } when asked why she didn't apply for relief said that she had ed to the office at Gainesville. till. greatly appre- L
i
ICenpectfully.Htafford AND
a'' X Y been giving the Red Cross her trade and she kind of hated to I YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD JU Crews.T WE DELIVERWE

+ change? PAINT AND REIIOOF NOW! -"-the. v...... .(-ako l a...... Dl.- MEET ANY OTHER PRICKHALL'S |
x 1. l>.w. ParMvnt.. Fmm.rm Par Irtrto.. I ml Bradford Coaatrtj
o nothing. mi ..11..oth f. acrordlna. to t. hereby announce myself a canI -
Income' No "<"'saes, No Securely: I S'J1' for re-election. to the officeof IN WHITE OR COLORSJACOBS'
hard in New York that .
snowed state
; It BO the grocery No fedora* r.qulr..d. No red tap, School Board Member for District
+ the butcher and the coal weren't able nn < M. par ".H.h'. Albvsto """t>, 1 subject te the action of the
man, man to
tih reach a liquid roof eimtin. buck and attrnctlc r>emn!ratlo primary June t. 18311. If GROCERY
{ fit? certain home for days. The weather didn't keep the color. G..........." to wat.rproof --I. ...."*} f promise l J a fair and Impar :
away f any roof T.. y..... Quar- teal administration of the duties. of ;
0re ekly bridge club, however whose members met with the ant.ed home and barn paint. of. tb. offlcev Your vote and support .
t falij IImlt.d.I :*" """*. For fr.o d. s solicited and( will b* highly ap- NEAE: SE. O.RD"STATIO"l
of the houe scheduled write pr..latli. Next, Post Office
L on time in spite of the snow. I '. .Door' to
Box 503, DeFnolak Spring, Flu. RarWetrilyJ: C. MtEVATT.f .i i'' OJ

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