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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 20, 1936
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:02533
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, OUNTIES ASKED WHETHER SPRING YOU IS BELIEVE HERE IT CREWS DEATHIS To Be Heard Here i i BUSINESS MEN CATTLE MENTO BERRIES .; t

INSPECT METHODSOF
OR NOT, TODAY IS .

) GIVER The Vernal THE DAY to LOSS :TO ASK FOR DIVISION EXTENSION UNDAMAGED ( f ; '

Equinox-or putIt ,
Cattle owners of this county are
simply. the first day cf spring, t asked to Join those of Union Cou'i-

| PENSIONSSubject is today.time March to bring 20. Now out last Is the sum-official I TO COMMUNITYWas : FARM AGENT ty on Friday afternoon of this BY LATECOLD 1;

week In a visit to the Experiment
mer's straw hat and decide that it I Stations In Gainesville to study the I .?
I
Will Be Discussed I has this turned season.too yellow to use.again I Assistant State's Believe This First work beef cattle.being done Grass there pastures In feeding and I Weather Conditions So t ,

At April The almanac explains the changein Attorney for 8th Step Toward trench silos will be studied. I I Far Called Ideal
.
meetings this way: I Circuit I fllarket This trip has been arranged by For Crop Here 1
"Our seasons are caused by the L. T. Dyer farm agent for Union '

tilt of the Earth's axis away froma County, who is Interested In havIng ,
0.00( PER MONTH IsJNs1tM perpendicular to the plane of Its HAD FILLED MANY PUH- INTERESTED GROWERS the farmers adopt better feed- RELIEVE OTHER STATES .

I : FOR AGED path around the sun. If the Earth's tiC OFFICES DURING LIFEA. ASKED: TO MEET HOARD ing practices as well as Improvingtheir : VhtL H B IEL4t'h'EI; )

axis were perpendicular to its orbit : stock. Ld
{lane roi a temporary arrange- there would be no change of S. Crews, assistant state's attorney ; I The Business Men's Club at Its All who go are requested to meet Bradford County's strawberry L 1 ;

in t whereby Florida's sixty-sev- seasons, temperature would be for the Eighth Judicial Circuit II Monday meeting appointed a committee at the main Experiment Station crop came unharmed through alight

jcountles can benefit from Fed-,' equable, and day and night would I died at his home here at 9:20: I to appear before the Boardof 'building at the University The I, front Thursday morning and Fj .

,I{[ aid (01 old age pensions was always be of equal length. I, o'clock Saturday morning after an County Commissioners at their I tour will begin from there It lit only a matter of a few warm .
Trussed al the annual meeting of "But the Earth's axis Is inclined Illness of two days, brought on bya April meeting and ask that fundsbe ly at 2 o'clock PI'oml't-1 days before growers will be crowdIng -

Florida Association of Coun- twenty-three degrees and twenty- I heart attack. I ,, appropriated by the county fer the platforms here with cratesof

J Comnilslsoners In Fort Pierce seven minutes from perpendicular. His death was recognized as a the employment of a farm agent. I what Is said to be the finest )

week. The meeting was allied Hence the sun's rays strike the I great loss to the state and especially -I The following committee was TOWNSENDITES\ fruit In several seasons. 1

by County Clerk A. J. Earth at varying angles and only II to this community, which he named: J. 10,. Wilson, Dr. J. W. !Many anxious eyes watched ?
Imas Commissioner L. L. had served with distinction Brownlce, N. D. Wainwright, Jr.,
and twice during the year is the axis | as a thermometers this week as frost ; .
Ler, from Starke. I at right angles to the direction of [public servant for many years. C. H. Nanworthy F F. Stump J. Discuss was predicted for both Wednesday tj

;hfflclals of the State Board of the sun. The points in the Earth's Col. Crews was born January 25 I M Mitchell. and Thursday morning. However, 'j
|ial Welfare are urging all counto -I I path at which this occurs are 1877 in Bradford County. He was The club has taken an interestIn stiff winds Wednesday prevented '
c/ONN HAU. POLITICS
C.JONE' the of farm agent
take part In the program I I known as the Equinoxes. These graduated from the Law School of employment a the damaging panicles of frozen

11,i a constitutional amendment I; dates are the only times In the the University of Florida in 1911 I _, here, believing that this Is the first moisture from forming and by ,
the
be taken in
[be voted on In November which ,year when day and night are equal I and returned to Starke to enter the step necessary to Thursday morning temperatures
jassecJ, will allow the state to I over all the Earth, and are the profession which he was to serve I YOUNG PEOPLE'S promotion of a farmer's central THUMBS: DOWN ON CANDIDATES had modified until only a very light

broprtate funds for pension pur- I beginning spring and fall." ,so well. He was a member of the i I "' market In Starke AGAINST front formed In low placen .

<'s. At the present time Flor- To make a Ions story short-as I I state house of representatives from MEETING Farmers who are Interested in PLAN, THEY SAYA Strawberry growers, always at j

1s constitution makes care of ,we said before-today Is the that Bradford County in the sessions of I TO Bill HELD: ATBAPTIST' this project are asked to Join the : the mercy of the weather, now ,
I
| aged a county and not a state day of spring. 1917 and 1919 and a special ses- I : -1URCHSUNDAY committee of business men when committee to "look after" the have their hopes high and barring, .
IV nlon In 1918. they meet with the commissioners Interests cf advocates of the Town- I an unlocked for catastrophe Bradford 1
I
\elfare officials will meet with He was for many years attorney 0 April. 6STORES. send Old Age Pension Plan In the County should enjoy. record I
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ill board of commissioners In the SPdTDMDENDTo for the board of county commissioners I Sunday night, parch 22, has present political campaign was I season ; '4
[te next month and ask that asa and for the city of Starke, 'been designated as Young People's formed here Saturday In the school Small shipments are already ,
I possible each county taket as well as representing the sea- Night at the Baptist Church and a PLANTo auditorium at a meeting of representatives -I starting, with Urownlee Brothers .

in the pension program. If Be Paid board Air Line Railway Company special program has:' bct'n'ar- from Townsend Clubs In reporting forty crates bought y ,

| counties agree to participate a locally. As further evidence of the ranged for the occasion. The Reverend Give the Second Congressional District Tuesday and forty-five Wednes- 4I .
Away
\e.v ,>f aged will be made. In I public trust that was placed in I John Hall Jones, amiably lay The price paid growers was ;
lit to be eligible for a pension BY CLOSED) BANK him, he was for fourteen years known as the "campus parson" at Only a small number of clubs from nine to ten cents a pint .

.rson must be sixty-five years treasurer of the city of Starke. the University of Florida, will $50 EACH WEEKSERIES was represented and one member Although no official reports

).g< ana have no other income. Col. Crews was appointed state's speak on the subject "Youth and expressed the meeting as being have been received here, it la. believed ) '

counties are asked to give whatIs DEPOSITORS MUST HAVE attorney of the old Eighth Judi- the New Age." t "hardly representative" It Is un- that recent weather condition ,

they can. It there is not CERTIFICATES, SMITH cial Circuit, which then Included The speaker Is well known on derstood that considerable favorable In other strawberry growing :
OF "LUCKY DAYS"TO
iugh money to go around, penis SAYS I Bradford County, in 1921, which college campuses throughout the comment among those presentwas states will prevent them from offering ,
will be paid to the "most de- position he occupied two years. i I state, and during the six years HE SPONSORED heard upon the candidacy of serious competition to this

king' cases as determined by A dividend of five per cent, After the Twenty-sixth circuit was I that he has served as State- Secretary HY TELEGRAPH Congressman K A. Green although county for some lime Floods have ft

Ifare ,jfflclals. Each of the six- amounting to $10,600, will be paid | created he served as state's attor- i of the Baptist Student Workat I no official endorsement been reported In North Carolinaand
even counties must agree to to-proven creditors of the Bradford ney from 1931 until last year when the University of Florida he has Through the cooperation 01 II was given to any candidate. Politicians It is understood that damagIng .

jiidpate before the program can County Bank on Saturday, March this county again became a partof known and helped hundreds of Starke merchants and businessmen I who are against the plan halls. have been experienced in 4

<,me effective. 28 at 10 o'clock from the rear of- I the Eighth circuit. He was students. He attended Union University the Telegraph plans to upon, I will be out of luck so far as Townsend Louisiana t ,'
then assistant state's at- at JacksofC'Yerm; where he nor a Merles of "Lucky Days" be t votes, are concerned, It was Tho Plant section has
has been decided that the fice of the H. C: Wall Insurance office appointed City pass- : .
Jimum, aid per person must bea it was announced this week torney, which postilon he occupiedat played In four major spoils and ginning the first or second weekIn :, gathered. CH] its peak with only sixteen cars tout
month made up of $5 from by M. A. Smith, liquidator. the time of his death. graduated with honors. After tak- April during which time $50 Among the members of the committee I of there Monday Quality of
each week will be absolutely -
I county and $5 from the Federal' This Is the first dividend paidIn Besides his widow, Mrs. Maude ing his theological training at given fortunate awny appointed were H II Youngof fruit there Is beginning to be poor '4 '4 .

eminent The minimum period i three years and brings the total Dowling Crews four sisters survive Southwestern Seminary In Fort free to trade some In Slarke, and Elmer Benson, of I It Is said, and pickings) will gradually ', '

1 which funds must be set aside : paid creditors: to thirteen and They are: Mrs. W. P. Archer Worth, Texas, he returned to customers who stores Gainesville, an Instructor In B. H drop off, although shipments ','

hree months. a half per cent. A three and a half I Key West; Mrs. James Con- Union University in 1927 as financial here.We S. will continue for some time yet.
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I was stated at the meeting that I and a five per cent dividend has ner, Raiford; Mrs. W. J. Flerson,, I secretary and publicity direc are working Prices have held up well at Plant
t counties already have funds previously been paid.It Fort Worth, Texas and Mrs. Myrtle I tor. He came to Florida In December and are not quite DELEGATIONFOR City throughout season with
] 1929, as state secretary of ready to announce our plans In detail fruit Monday bringing from ten ',
I the aged and it Is believed that was stated that receivers certificates Cogdill, Washington D. C.
'Baptist Student Work. but there will be an absolute ROAD MEET and a half to eleven and a half '.
e; will not have to appropriatefunds i must be presented to secure Funeral services were held from C
the dividend. I Special music will be furnished minimum of rules and no strings cents a pintBOARD,
the home Sunday afternoon at 3 attached to the prizes. BALDW1N-YULEE: ADVOCATES: .
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| the University of Florida
by quar-
o'clock with the Rev. George W. You won't have to write an assay / WILL GO TO ORLANDO
NEW MAPSRECEIVED Emptage pastor of the Church of I I' tet and the "Three Trumpeteers or find what Is wrong with the MONDAYThe ,

QUIET WEEKs HERE "Christ of Gainesville, conducting, The church is most fortunate in picture In order to win. All you FINDS
I 'I' assisted by the Rev. B. M. Montgomery securing the services of Mr. Jones will have to do la to buy all you Road Thirteen Association
of the Starke Methodist I and the musicians from the University plans/ to continue Its fight for the
COMPLETE INFORMATION can from your home town merchants Tax Adjustment .
Few Announce II ABOUT STATE IS I Church, and the Rev. C. B. Price and feel that the young -.which la something you Baltlwln-Yulee road by sending a I
I cf the Starke Baptist Church. people of Starke will be greatly large delegation to Orlando Monday -
should be doing anyway
GIVENA member of the benefited by attending this /service for the meeting of the Stale tLa
IN Col. Crews was a Watch this paper for a list of POWERS\ CUT
COUNTY I at 7:30 o'clock.A Road to bo held there.
which
new state map has been Issu- Church of Christ was a Mason begins : stores through whose courtesy you Department
ed by the State Department of Ag- and a member of the Woodmen of cordial invitation is extendedto will have this opportunity to be Representative Charley E. Johns

riculture and a copy has been received the World. all to be present. one of the winners on "Lucky urges that as many persona from -
SDWARDS. MAY\ AND the office. The to here as possible: make plans to attend LAST MEETING OF BODY '
at Telegraph Interment was in Swift Creek Day. It Is planned give away
|HILL MAKE KNOWN index gives cities, post offices. vil- Cemetery In Union County under Junior BaseballLouis $(SO each week for six weeks and this meeting and asks that TO BE HELD
INTENTIONSIttie lages and railroad stations, with the direction of the DeWItt C. you have as much chance of winilng they get In touch with him Immediately APRIL 1 7it

I their locations. The population of Jones Company. Griffith, of Arcadia, State as your next-door neighborCOLBERT ,
[ activity stirred the com- counties and all Incorporated communities Active pall bearers were: C. H. Chairman Junior Baseball of the ---_._-.---- It la understood that Jackson When county commissioners sit-
Interests will have ting as a tax adjustment board .
vllle a delega.
American Legion conferred with
atlvely peaceful waters of coun- Is also given. Nasworthy L. G. Powell, P. M.
politics this week. Two unof- Bradford County's population is Barefoot, H. C. Wall, N. Stern- Post Commander A. J. Thomas and tlon In Orlando to fight the Baldwin meet here for the last time Wed'j

at I statements and one formal shown for every five year period berg, J. M. Mitchell and L. D. Judge E. K. Perryman concerning PLAYS SECRETARYIN -Yulee project, and the Road nesday, April 1, they will find ; I'
huneement were made. since 1870 when It was credited Green. theorganlzation of a Junior team In Thirteen Association Is anxious to their powers curtailed by a Supreme ,
of I who have not attained NEW FILM AT counteract this action Court decision handed down
Population W. Starke. Boys
fr
M\[ Edwards now a member with 3,671 persons. Honorary pall bearers were:
this week.
he City Council said he would this county (then including the J. Epperson. A. Z. Adklns, J. W. their seventeenth birthdayon RITZ THEATRE -- I ,
candidate for county commls- area of both Bradford and Union) Morgan T. F. Landrum, G. L. Pat- March 30 thia year will be ellgli SUNDAYThe NEW CONGRESS The court left to the boards. only q '

er from North Starke. H. D. rose to Its highest peak In 1916 ten. Floyd Green, H. V. Knight. D. ble to play. This program brings problems of a private secretary CANDIDATECLAUD the authority to adjust the amount I'
". of Theressa announced he when 16.778 persona were listed.In 'Knight, N. D. Wainwrlght, Sr., together over a half million boys are briskly dealt with In required for redemption of tax cer- .

Id be a candidate for the 1921 the county was divided and E. K. Perryman, A. J. Thomas andA. each summer and competition Claudette Colbert's new picture, TOMPKINS. tificates held _by the state for the( I

jool Board from District Two. population in 1933 Is shown too be J. Griffls. among the teams has grown since "She Married Her Boss" which is BUSINESS MAN year 1933 and prior years 6i( delinquent :
)uls H 8,841 persons A the organization of a Junior team In lands. %,,' .
Hill, of Lawtey made --- -- playing at the Ritz Theatre on HERE TUESDAYThe
I formal announcement for the 1928. In the next few weeks a The adjustment boards were denied 4
and
ce 1 of county tax assessor. Mr. Daredevil Driver Here BLACK BASS call will be made to all boys of Sunday Produced by Monday.the same company newest candidate to an- the right to compromise taxes ,

I nag spent his life In this coun- Hensel, daredevil auto- CONFISCATEDWAINWRIGHT Bradford County who wish to compete that gave "It Happened One nounce for Congress In the Second for the years 1934 and 1935. In '
Col Roy you
for places on the team. Full spite of this fact, however, considerable ,
ha.
pntl served District Claud Jacksonville -
as county com- mobile driver, thrilled a large later. Night, the film is undoubtedly the Tompkins
will be
Noner from his district fort crowd on Call Street Wednesday TAKES 300 particulars A.published grandest fun since the falling of business man, was In Interest In the meeting:
years He candidate POUNDS OF FISH IN --- ; | ; u Starke afternoon for a is being shown by taxpayers here
was a afternoon when he gave an exhibition the walls of Jericho. Playing with Tuesday
1 tax: ALACHUA Seersucker EggA and It Is expected that many persona .
assessor four short time.
years ago
of quick starting, stoppingand Miss Colbert ate Melvyn Douglas,
erpresses fine his appreciation for turning in a new Chevrolet Confiscation of 300 pounds of "seersucker egg laid by a'' Michael Bartlett, Edith Fellows, Mr. Tompkins Is running on a l next will month.appear before the board ti

I vote given him at that sedan. Travelling at a high rate black bass being sold In violationof Rhode Island Red hen was broughtInto and several other of your favorite platform of "Send A Business Manto I -- -.----- '

cf speed Col. Hensel would turn in Florida's fish and game laws the Telegraph office yesterdayand stars. Congress." He has Interests In 'k
Automobile
the middle of the block so sharply was announced this week by N. D. left on display by J. H. Fields. "The Murder of Dr. Harrlgan" Hamilton, Columbia and Nassau Stolen _

Slot Machine Taxt that the wheels of the automobileseem Wainwright, Jr., conservation offi- I The egg Is of unusual size, weigh First National's new Clue Club Counties, where he Is wellknown.He A 1934 Ford V-8 stolen from j
> of the and thriller, will at the third Jacksonville man Harmon :Morgan at on e
machine need to fold under the body cer for this district. ing three and a half ounces, mystery open Is the Hampton
1y operators will ad- car. He also drove over an obstruction -I The bass were taken from the Is covered all over by deep, crinkly Ritz Theatre Tuesday tor a two to enter the rare; the two others Tuesday night of last week, was ',, _

nlll l approximately taxes under $500,000 placed in the street at a I warehouse of C. F. Wilkinson, fish ridges. As a final artistic touch day run, with Kay Llnaker, Rlcar- are W. J. Sears, now congresuman/ found a day later by fishermen and
sio n handed down a unanimous high rate of speed and drove from' dealer at Windsor in Alachua 1 the hen initialed the egg for Mr. do Cortez and Mary Astor In the at-large, and 1 Judge William Por reported to Sheriff W. J. Epperson. Jft _

e Court last by the Su- an elevation without apparent County, who has been released under -I Fields with on "F': at one end. featured roles. It had been abandoned on a dirt _
-callert "double week upholding damage to himself or the car. $150 bond. The maximum pen- _---------. Lloyd C Douglas' best seller terStarke'a Congressman, R. A. road near Keystone Heights and
tax" on the I novel "The Magnificent Obsession"will who will be a candidate forreelection burned The thieves for some Unknown -
le! The -- alty under the law for Illegal sale Manages. Funeral Home ; Green
ruling that
requires be portrayed on the Ritz on a brief visit here reason had apparently .
.
1rks three
owners of To Distribute of black bass is $300 or I
the
the $60 machines must I'I'I I months for the first offense. The Florida Funeral Service this screen Thursday and Friday of thla week said he would return poured gasoline over the car and _
occupational license on The Thomas Beverage Company, ,, in cold week announced the appointmentof next week. Selected for the leading from Washington in two or three set It on fire. The machine was l 3 _
placed
chinen. The fish were
'.r' must, and the "location op- I of Jacksonville, this week announced I: In Jacksonville to be used Don Hoover as manager of their ; feminine role in this picture weeks to begin his active campaign a complete loss but was coveredby
pay another $60 the appointment of Dave I storage home here. Mr. Hoover is well- Is the beautiful Irene Dunne. The I Insurance. Mr Morgan Is now '
w Ing the total tax $120 annual- Silcox at the K. & M. Service Sta.I later as evidence.. known in Starke, having been a supporting cast Includes Robert -----.--- teaching: In the Starke school.
the -- ------
location machines are owned by I tlon as wholesale distributor for I life-long resident of this place. Taylor, Betty Furness, Charles ..Jacclennylaifordload --.+ -_- _
operator" as Is the 'their products in this territory. George Johns PostmasterGeorge ._---CPropose ----- Dutterworth and Ralph Morgan. Work UnderJillcullies
with many in Starke It la 'This company handles a completeline C. Johns, son of !Mr.! and "Motorcade .-- -- It baa been announred that the
necessary -- road from Macclenny to Raiford Routine business in the county f
Buffalo
pay the $60 tax. of soft drinks, including Mrs. R. S. Johns of Lake Moves
-. Rock ginger ale and Pepsi- ,and of Congressman Butler'l A motorcade and gathering at Jewelry Shop I will probably be hardaurfaced soon. lark's office was being carried on *
nephew _
FO//O/I/ Seed Planted Cola. Green of Starke this week assumI the Palatka Ravine Gardens on C. A. Carver will move his The new road will connect with under difficulties this week aa
.- postmaster at I. March 26 to celebrate the comple- jewelry shop recently opened at State Road No. 48 which enters the work progressed on the addition to ,
'It acting
f'"1 farmers who purchased Sea Busbee- With Gulf ed Lake duties Butler.as He succeeds !Mrs.! tion of Road 28 are being plannedby 118 8. Walnut St. to the store formerly State Prison Farm near Ralford. the court house here. One window _
cotton seed I I In the clerk'a office has been sealed I
for planting number of interests in Palatka. The road occupied by the SanitaryFish -- -
season already have their seed Bert Busbee. formerly of Starke Mary E. Johnson, for a there. Mr. Is now virtually complete and the Market In the Green Building. In Egypt, filling stations dispense up, the fireplace torn out, and dust _
)
e around T' accOrding to reports but lately of Lake Geneva has accepted years postmistress connected with construction company In charge Mr. Carver has made many friends water from pumps resembling that accompanies building covered
\\Ieelc. n spite' of unusually a position with the Gulf Life Johns was formely department division says that the slag and tar will be'' since moving here and will be, American gasoline pumps and ,desks and paper.. Brick laying on .1

weather the ground Is not Insurance Co.. succeeding W. C. the procurement department In on the surface In time for the cele pleased to meet his customers at cater to customers who bring their the second story of the addition _
.et
for of the treasury
planting except on very Manning. Mr. Busbee expects to I, ,bratlon. his new location. own containers. will soon be complete
unIs<
It i fa said move here soon. Washington.

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ADFOnD corvrv TELEOR vrn. STARKE.FWRIDt FiunuTHERESSA '
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; Ml.. ItbHIa Z.I.I. Correnpondenl: M. E. Crew*, Correspondent [ ODD---BUT TRUE On Chain Taxes thence Five South W',.si,n""Il't,, .., .' .
Section
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; : The people of this community Illla/n' 1':. Lung TALLAHASSEE new state Five thence. SoOth South llaH,, ,

saddened to hear of the death friends of Mr. and IMS 't..
t were The Section
many Thlru ,
: of confusion in the chain store tax / ,.
of our assistant State's Attorney Fred D. of Clay Hill Smith Range '
f Mrs. Lang i n ,
fight last week brought a statement thence East. '
A. S. Crewa W. extend our deepest saddened to learn of the deathof In s r..
k 4 were Section
"h ,
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V from Comptroller J. M. Lee f" .
i f":;J' sympathy to his wife. their only son William E. --i South Rangi. J i r
O ftA that "my hope has vanished" for thence South In ,s. '
of occurred Saturday 1.
17 which
?T ( Air and Mrs O. M. Bundy Lang Northwest ,
Jiiint
rs 1 collecting the taxes in time for the '.
"..! Therosiw/ are announcing the arrl- night at Starke. He was only' Township Si' ;s",, "i'
school benefit this .
1 and his death public year. ty-one East, th. 1 n>, '< To,
: 'r, I vail of a daughter born March 8. III for a short time ttu tRi HM t'AMPtc\ beginning. .

I at Starke.. The young lady has was a shock to the community. His vw Immediately however, he said .

: been named Evil Gladyn. Mm. parents and one sister survive him. 0*' M.U SOT\ ONE OF "I confidently expect to be able to TnTOAuMBVnx} I ,I.'li : i '

Bundy was formerly Mills Oulda : Services were held at the Long .. provide the promised $9,000,000 net forinerl\ i, i ''III:
Beginning i
: Hall of Thereuaa. I Branch Chu. < h, conducted by the --tMIIR- TMEHVME for schools within the current fiscal Section ')'W""II'.I"at th'u", ....,

) W. Brown announce Rev. J L. Strickland. The large year," with, collections from South Range 'i i 1'? ''"'11
Mra. A.
Mr. and 5tT4 thence "
: CUMKTIC %: \
the arrival of a daughter. crowd of people assembled to pay other revenue sources.A "Section TwentJ'-t I..'.' 'IIp

I born March 13. their last tribute of respect! to the petition for rehearing of Its South Range 'I'i '<' 'h"" ,
Emma Joe ,to' thence East tn,>, ;s z, "> jjl
deceased showed the esteem In i previous decision "Section -
upholding major ,
,I J. F. Trlest spent last week in Eight' I n> "
,
I : Jacksonville attending co'irt. which he was held by everyone. '; : : 'VilE1'T portions of the law awaited action South thence North Range to N'I l, ,":'hp'' I I

I ; and Interment took place at Long by the Supreme Court. It was filed Southeast Quai t ,' _' '110

Mr and Mm. Bell Fosey Branch Cemetery following the U \'TtT\* iE there late yesterday-the last Township Six Si.,n. i I
T'
I daughter Marion, of Valdosta Ga.. service at the church. two East them u <:, ,,.
day to take such steps before thecourt.s west corner or II" ;.
i ) : were visiting Mrs Poaey's aunt ter or .
/ ,
J : : orders would have become Section i b It

t ,Ii'r', MIsS Ida Hagan. Mr. and Mrs. James! Cox Mrs final. South thence North Rangi: i : ''t
and i." t I:
Sullivan
John
Mr. and Mrs. p. ( .
Bessie and Miss Eloise .
ncr of ,
'f 1 McCray Section 'i i "
4' Tile had
and petition the effect of
Myra Moody. South -
granddaughter Hnrdee. of Hawthorne visited F. Rangi i p.thence '

J I. i ,; Mr and Mrs E. J. Sullivan and M. Crews and family here Sunday. again holding up the tax laws operations ncr of West tn t II ,r.
Section
4 of Valdosta so far as state court deCisions : I :,: '
\
i .!: lion K J. Junior all Miss Jewel Carter and Mrs. John South, Rang. i ,

4 .3 ;:' were visiting at the home of J. J. Wilkinson were visitors to Green are concerned. Those filingIt thence tier of South Section I t., ,Iii.. "' ...t.'
<
contended a majority of the "
.I 11i'! '', Zeigler Sunday. Cove Springs Thursday. South SantO. ., 'I
I I' Miss Elizabeth Phillips of Starke court never had decided the law to thence \\'est tn it., 1Pr
Owen Marr of Mlmma visited nor of / "
I '; and Mjsn Mildred Phillips of Keystone be constitutional in the way the Section. i r. ,
South Rangi J T. Marr here Sunday. % ;
1 their court's decision listed It.
; .l "Heights were visiting thence South i I. t.
} Miss Carrie Dinkins spent Sun of Section Ten, 'I ,
, ( father. D. J. Phillips Sunday. -- ,
,.; { \ &
of here with Misses Vera and U-.fe! : Twent\; :
1 :-:. ; Mrs JoHtphlne Sullivan day LENTEN SERVICEThe Nnrthu ;'

I .' Hampton was visiting her sons Eloise Wilkinson. tlon Seventeen T, .
Range Twent\ .. \ So'
I. I .. A. I/ and Cleveland Sullivan at I Rev and Mrs. G- -E. Jones- or Rev. Mr. Ambler Blackford, Soot to Southui "- i

TheresHa! Sunday I I Jacksonville, arrived Monday to **>r r /VbITORE Associate Rector of St. John's Seventeen "IIWI', i ,.
Ii
: ; Mrs. J P. Summers and son ,I hold a week's revival meeting at A COOPU CM* IrVUHOGGH THE\ \U; Church Jacksonville: will be the Rang.to the Twenty-1.Northeasi.,,, i ,, .>.:

", I Carlos and Mr. and Mrs. Dewey the Highland Baptist Church start- coma\, preacher at the Friday Lenten Ser- Twenty Townshh' s I s.,
1 I AIPtRt \ I WttWtD, IN AYSPIPI% % Twenty-one na i Ro
/ Chapman and children. all of Pa- ing Monday night with night service r' vice at St. Mark's Church March Siuithwent iII'; '
I
1 E i tuit nso N\O\ i. DPITE$ 6"tK."fO uoi nt i
Intka. were visiting relatives in only. Services begin at 7:30: ."... MRHW1U. uuusf 20 at 7:30 p. m. i tyght' Townsh, \, TI"
Twenty-one EH: .
I :. TheresHii during the week-end. and preaching at 8 oo'clock. tNT "tltf\Et Through a long ministry In Jack- point of beglnnl!',t I'"

Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Constantine Mr. and Mrs. Nelson T. Green f 5UPOW ''mtr \ OL "C IC. I\D'U sonville he has served in many Which are Hi. Sp.
Tax
School .
nisn ,
were visiting friends In Jacksonville of Starke spent Monday here with _lr !H 110 t Otl&'t'&\ ways. As housefather at the before their ,con" ": i iI ..

: Sunday. relatives.Mr. -. E\DJT Church Home for Boys he has a

: Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Zelgler of and Mrs. M. T. Knight and 10 TH WSUt t. AT\ 700 'acs particular interest in the education ,. I.. Conner i ,. I Iv

.i Gainesville were visiting the for- children of Maxvllle were visitors Otb F. S. Sapp / ", "
; of young folks and speaks 'V.n. niomlHwmtlii. I, trfc' ,
I ,,
Id
and Mrs. J. J.
mer's parents Mr. here Monday. fiery Soon
: from a wide experience. I
't,_ Zelgler at Theresaa Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Norman and W. l. Saii| \|, Hmn

a.,, : \ : Howard Moore student at the F. M. Crews were visitors to GRAHAM VANDERBILT RISING W.worth.M. HolllngK- I' ," ,fit,

; University of Florida in Gaines- Starke Saturday. Mr. |j. C. Htnlth. CorrrnpundcntHorace (Miss DrlorlOj Cloodsworth, Cor.) Miss Edna Lewis Correspondent! CARD OF THANKSWe O. R. Alvarex t\ ''','
i wish to F. M Norman ,
express our appreciation 1 .
: ville was visiting his parents Mr. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Norman. Miss K. T. Crews C
of Waldo
Rhoden was J I.
:
and Mrs. D. \V. Moore In Theres- Cleo Norman. Mr. and :Mrs. E. S. Mrs. Ellen band; ; ; little son Mrs. A. A. Hutchison returned I for the sympathy shown us In I If. r.. Norman "I n"
visiting here Sunday. the sickness and death of 1-[. M McRae "iII
beloved
the week-end. Bobby of Jacksonville returned toheir to her home Saturday after spend our \ 1 ,
.j. sn during Thornton and children and Miss .1 L. Underhlll ,
..1 Mr. and Mrs.! H. D. May were Idell Roberts were visitors to Jacksonville i Etau and Cephns Allen of Lout home fYlday after spending ing several weeks in Plant City son and brother William R. I>. Reddish .'u"" Miam"\ r.a'it f
ise attended Sunday School Suns her son-in-law and Ernest Lang. I R. M Alv..r"I' ,
\ : visiting the Ravine Gardens at Saturday. days with her parents Mr. with daughter ''w. \\hv
R. ,
: .' ., ; Falatka Sunday. day.Col. and Mra. F. M. Norman.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Nor Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Lang, ''J. M. Kersey Halslap \l'I I II"I!...

; I Mrs. D. W. Moore was in Starke HAMPTONMl D. K. Knight of Starke, was and Mrs. Eugene Ellis Mr. man. And Mable Lang.No.rTcvi H.Flank Thomas Thomas i \\ Dunn
I
I j 4 : Monday evening attending the business visitor here. Wednes and Mrs. A. A. Edwards and chil- J. L. Underhill spent Sunday -- ............. .. ... -.- W. C. Ward ""reel
.. ..
/ .. CorrespondentThe ;0' O ..K ..... ..
A" Nlmmn
; ; meeting of the Eustern Star. with Charlie Phillies of -
,( day.Mr. dren of Brooker, were visiting Mr. Sampson t IH hereby given that under -

., Mrs. H. D. May and Miss Ida Townsend Club of Hampton and Mrs. C. B. Roberta, Mrs. and Mrs. F. M. Norman Saturday of i'oietlvnure and. by virtue ot a final Decree NOTICE M'STF.R'Ie her.i,.. "UF._ 'hl!

; .'. : Hagan were In Starke Monday attending will meet at the Christian : Chesley Fogg and daughter Miss afternoon. City.Mr.. and Mrs. Felix Sapp of by the Honorable made Ii nnil I I*. rendered HehrliiK, dpr of Foreclosure and hy vir" iii 'r, ,, .'' IJo

L to business.Rotation Church here Tuesday, March 24. Leecy were in Starke Monday Mrs. Russell Norman, Frances Gum Branch spent Sunday after- Judge 8th Judicial of the Circuit Court nf the by Iy the HOllnm Im"t d,t "lid."ii.' ''.
Circuit of
In .
., at 7:30 p. m. The Rev. G. E. Mc- night. and Evelyn Bloodsworth spent the noon with Mr. and Mrs. Wilton and fur lliudford. County Florida, In Chancery Rth.ltidgt.Jlldl'lal"f the Cirii.It.' ;' of

; : : In Office Gauley of Brooker, will be the Mr. and Mrs. M. Morris, of Man- week-end in Jacksonville visiting Conner. dated Match 16th. 1938. In that and for radfo'd, 1'10'141 t'Il.tory.

Urged By Getzen principal speaker. Everybody I Is! In- atee, were business visitors here relatives. Grover and Johnnie Goodman: of leitaln between CHIINU The Federal therein: lately Iaitu, Hank pending 1 of certain. dal..d cause MN"'h. the" t J

vited. : Thursday.Miss Columbia, J. K. Bo- between The F..d., ,,,, Little Miss Myrtle Lee Addison Bronson, were the guests of Mr. linn nan, and wife: I.rfb."i;: Rohannan; 'olunhla... Plaint I Bit
1
G of
Mrs. M. Raymond Starke. Ellen Johnson was visitingher of Raiford spent the week-end here' and Mrs. H. H. Lewis recently. i et al., Defendant, the undersigned, colt slid wife ...t1 t I I''. ',idiit I.,)
adult class at her I who wan therein
organized an sister Mrs. Ancll Norman of with little Hazel Manning. Wilton Conner and Albert Underhill clal Alauter In Chancery appointed to aa executethe Hpe- pointed ulld..ralM'ned. wh"' '''c'j,
home on Main Street Monday.The a. Special r'o'"ry
I Hellbronn last week. Mra. Russell Norman Is spending made a business trip to HHine will on Monday the 4th 10 execute II,. ill
Rev. G. E. will I of
Cutshaw
; day May 1936 during the legal .
!I R. M. Johnson and daughter, several days in Starke her New River Friday. hour of Male, Monday the 6th II"" Ib
.. preach at the Baptist Church next I I visiting befitre the Court (tul'lnll' the 'legt I h I 01.
Mrs. Pearl business sister House door In Starke Florida, Hell fre the ,, ,
Norman. were and mother. Mrs. J. W. Drlggera and Mrs. ( '''Jrt II. it.
t Sunday morning and evening. to the hlKheHt and bent
I I bidder for (0'/1.' .
( sell to I ltu. I 11'1 ,rtd
f Mr and Mrs. George Rhamea Jr. :i visitors to Waldo Saturday. Miss Elva Carol of Lake Butler Johnnie Goodman, of Bronson. each the followingdencrlbcd" land., bidder. fur ra..hI., / 'nrarrlh..d

and family, of Havana have located :! Mrs. Ruby Dyal and Vester spent the w*'>h-nd with Miss Car- spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. ford nltuate County, lying, Florida and being, to-wit In: Brad III& In Bradford lande. sltti I -.., I"''gal,

In the Durden realdence on I| Youngblood of Waldo. were vlsiti rabelle Norman. E. C. Lewis. NV4 of NWW of NWVl nf Beo. 35, wit' .d

; 1J Main Street. 'i ling Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson Mra. Frank Norman and children -, E. E. Barnes made a business I and Twp.mate 6 South particularly of flange deecrib.l 91 KaMt BW'4 nf Sit', .1/ I 0 'It

Grady Brown. from Georgia. Is Friday night. Clinton and Charles spent trip to Dothan Ala., recently. aa beginning at Northwest corner of Sfo-i.' S"Ctlull,, .bl
John and Jim Vice and Walker of /Iec. 35, Twp. 6 So. South Range 2"" I
son of
\ spending this week with his mother Saturday with her mother, Mrs. Mrs. Inez Kelly Is spending several Kana-e 22 Knot and running with the appur.. eli

tjI Mra. Z Brown. Vice of Birmingham Ala., Mandy Crosby, at Corinth. days In Plant City with rela- I'."", 1920 feet to the S. A. L. to be mail. pur"" '
;J .: were week-end guests of F. T. Ab- Miss Noreen Hicks of Starke hwy: thence Mouth and paial- ,'rPe to siitlsfy tii.S. ,
L. and
tives.
A. Prlngle family were
.
let .
with the Went aide of the S. K. 1'1:1': 'IY..
i \' I t t I Ij visiting here last Sunday after- ernathy.Mrs. Miss Maxine Hicks and Mesdames Jeff Lewis made a business tripto A. L. Itwy sac feet thence Went A. I'Ipect..1II'' ; 'ha
J. H. Surrcncy were In R. C. and of Jack- to the Hcftlon line section 3-8.&t.4-8
I 'I, r Obry Hicks Lake Butler Saturday. 84 and 35 t111:1nIl'N i

j t II: J .01"" .j\I,il noon.Mrs.. W. P. Birt, and Mr. and Starke Monday.Rev. sonville spent Sunday with Mr. I Mrs. Tom Proctor returned to no: feet to the "point; of begin- Ill t'i'l'Elt" S Ut:

I !: .t : L. G. Hemingway. of Starke and Mrs. and ning.A I I //lOTIf'JoJ: la I Idor
: Mra. Ira Brown. of Gainesville attended Elery Sapp family. i her home Saturday afternoon after IBi iuei KIt
commencing- the SoutlineHt
filled his at and ,
regular appointment Ioy vir' 1
.j) :j.; : church at Graham last Quite a number of people from spending several weeks with corner of Mnttlon 2A TI'I/ cres, of Forerl". '

I t : ; IV Sunday.Mrs. the Baptist Church Saturday and here attended the senior play at' Mr. and Mrs. Joe Norman. Soul I h of Itange 22 Rant and d..r..d by the II", L

l W T. McGulre has Sunday.Mrs. Bradford High School Friday .... running Kuxt on the Svitlnn line hl'llIlI' JUdge of II
;i -tz- recentlybeen 1120 feet thence North 421) feet; the 8th Judicial, 4"
Hattie Prcscott nnd children -
thence Went 11.10 feet thence In ,
visiting her eon In Jackson- night.A MISSION HALL ; and for fllll'Jf 'I lilt'
of Ziff attended Church here Hontli' 420 feet to (hue point of 'haneery dnt.,1 'el
number .of from here ,
ville. people( cold weather
H1' Blustery, was experienced h"I'lnnlng."o"IRlnlng:. I thar ,'ertalti 1 itt
-. Sunday. attended the graduation exercisesat by those who braved It to In nil 23 n<.ren more :l'ending I.tw'en' ''I.I.Iin
The Zambezi Is Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Melton of Lake Butler 01I.ltHH and I being In Seitlnnit 2ti II!I k of ColumiI. I .f, 0iI.
the Friday
largest river night. attend the Mission services on and 31. Twp South of flange 221 .
; lyui and wit fre
: : of Africa entering the Indian Waldo were visiting Mrs. Melton'sparents --......-. Tuesday evening but after all, I Rant, In Bradford County Florida, i, the IIder"/I'n..d.' "I I Ii'
Ocean. Mr. and Mrs. Berry Dyal with the appiirtenancen. Said, vale to1 .."p"lnl.d I .a HI'I
: ZIFFMI there was a good attendance con- be made
Sunday.Mrs. pursuant to said Oec-ree to ('el'. )' to execute 111.M"d..y. .
; Lain Mae L.ev.la, Correnpondent sidering sickness! the weather satisfy the name and cnHtH.K t he lit Ii d,. prtiluring
{:: : Samuel W. Getzen Nita Padgett and children etc. Members of five different denominations K. PBHKYMAX I I th.' legal h
I SALVEfor of Georgia were visiting her AK Special Muxter In Chancet. Lore the Court: Hot''
v' : : KrprriMwtntlvo from Suinter I Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Howard and were noted In the congregation 3-20-61-1-17 Florida.. Cell to 'h,' 'I I.

I I ; County. mother, Mrs. Kate Starling re sons! and Mr. ,and :Mrs. R. B. Thom. : ; this is not unusual bidder for cash Hi 'fHcrItcd Inslnt
l L4m "Change", maim, programs. Rotation cently. their mother Mrs. :*OTH: OP PKTITIOVTake I lands, ell,,"' zig )'"l
6 as were visiting
however and some came as far as Ftarit|
I I Ing In Bradford Com'
!.ii In office In one of the cardinalprinciple notice that the
UU COLDS E. Howard last Sunday.Mr. three and six miles despite the disagreeableness following pe- wit:
t.I'' ,.w .. of the Democratic. 1'ar- GUM BRANCH and Mrs. Clyde Kelley and of of tition Public1 will ho pittMented to the Board SRI/: of Ni':'.,, M-: ; 'lii,.'
tv the weather. Instruction for llrurtforrt S.c
t:! : claim "Sani" Oetnii, candidate price of NE'4 of NE'/',
; for STATE TKK.YHt'UEU.l LIQUID Mica Elizabeth Ilarnage, Cor. children, J. W., Talmadge. Austin The Bible study was taken from County Florida' at U.. regtirar meetIng Township T S H -' "'l'ji.: I i
j'o; F StLVR TAO..US c, IOC 25CHOW and Morris at the County Courthouse In WI', of SW'4 of ;NW In' '
were
iUd I'oL Adv. r.011 Kelley visitingMr. 2nd Chronicles, chapter eighteenand Hunk. Florida. 10:00
j and at A. 1April of NW'4 of SW'e>' oo
{ Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Williams
fith 19-in.
and Mrs. J. last to-wit
O. Howard the subject chosen was "The : Township 7 S It ";
'l' '. Mrs. Mamie Williams of Baldwin. Sunday afternoon.L. 10 'Illl! SO Sit!) OF PCIIMC IV- with the appurtenai. :' UKSill',
::7 were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. S. I Country Preacher" or "Fetch MI- MElts <''I'ION OF Oil torosis to be made purnuaicree / U*
tw r TO "KEEP EDUCATED"Read i O. and Johnnie Lewis were I calah." A great lesson was taughton COt'T5 Jo'I.O.UD" to satisfy the aE n4"
Sapp, Sunday. '
.
visiting in Fairbanks last Sunday how K IC
God. in times We
( Daily the WorIJ.wjIe Conilrurtive Newt in Mr and Mrs. H. Keene and family afternoon. past, has electors, the undersigned qualified As Special' Mil im
$ chosen to use men who have been that pay a tax on ,teal or 3.86t43NOTI"'F.MIM.
iw ? .; TIle Cliriitian Science Monitor i of Shamrock were visiting Francis Russ of Brooker was in faithful to His word personal property each residents of -
of Hpeclul l
regardless Tax
!1ift4 .4... ,.._."' .__' "..,. .-".. ".. fi lends In this section Saturday our section last Sunday.Mr. the 14 of Biudford Sihool District Number : TFK'H II tl' r: ',
of County (
.. iir 'It .!*.. .1.! |0.. .... .... *. ...101! ..... bill d... B.4 Mplait ..I.... an4 U and Sunday. and Mrs. F. W. opinions others who would spectfully .petition. the Florida Board re- tier | .heiem a. "p !"Tl
iIJl1. ........1. Mm lik. Ik. ........ "'110. 11'.1.... n.,"-..... .! s .1..... forth Rev. L. D. Johns of Graham I Reynoldsof have them compromise and follow Public' Instruction nf of and by virtue If I ....
Bradford of
? r ,.il. ... ... .. .... .. Graham in Foreclosure madi. .
.
tttuf r t It bat 1ft. *. f ? fnt all lb f Bnly 4 were our section ('ouniV Florida to hold "'
lhMM I SkI. M sMto* ......... wrll.. fcy dMlis. li lMil si lhorn. >.. ,. ...uLL spent the week-end here with Mr. last Sunday. worldly programs. 2nd The! chapter to determine. whether '...an.hi election : by the HonornbliJudge ,' ..\ 1//

::mlr_MrMl I.asd_p:I lllir".!l_prvbUsu:. ,.!glvM, .:. 'mwmf-.mt_::HJ.: ':Ir*:._. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp. Leslie Reynolds of Graham, is 3 verses 14-15 says: "And If Tax he divided Re'ho"l I District. number 14 Special shall'' Judicial of the Clrctil Cln uiSth "I .d:

4' Th. ('hr'tiis i i'i'ct.ncp PitiihIni SoctOae. -'" Lee Johns of Hellbronn was the I i any man obey not our word by this three Into and shall become. and for Bradford "
making his home here with his Special Tax School Districts I dated. March l'i.," j,11
dl Not Slml. RiMiin. MnathinwtliPl epistle note that eery
r ) man and have
guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Knightand no each for the. purpose of levying and:i iI jilill. I IIng
w l.w.pttodul.... enter' my tubcriptliMi" to THB CHIIITIAM ScnlNri MONITOR family Sunday. I grandmother, :Mrs. J. B. Thomas. company with him, that he may be I, collecting .a district school tax for certain between cause the ther Fedi 1"....._
, : Miss Hazel Thomas and Miss the exclusive use of 1
'I [] lyat.Oo flsununtbi$4.SO. Q JmunthiJJ.U Q I .....<11150 Mr. and Mr. W. R. Conner and Marzle Howard ashamed. Yet count him not as I schools within each such public respective free gage Iiella" Thomas Corporation Wl.l. \\ IL

; i44 W........, I..... locludln MJ.*.... Section I ,jrwi IJ.6O; Muss lie children of Starke, were visitingher spent last Sundayit an enemy. but admonish him as a district each such special. tax school fendants. the under 11I'11'O/

Name. _ _ Fairbanks with friends and rel brother." district to be as follow and with therein appointed. m 1..d.1
1! _ _ _ parents Mr. and Mrs. J. S. the following boundaries I .' 'b'
to-wit
e atives. : In Chancery to 'x' >
A.IJ.4.. Sapp Sunday.Mr. i The 3rd anniversary service of 8PFCIAI.. TAX SCHOOL D18- will on Monday the itt IA, 01

i: ,....,.,.* Copy Ol HIQUIIT and Mrs. Felix Sapp were There was a large crowd from the Mission Hall will be held April TRICT NUMBER 10- (Being the dis 1938, during' the legal. i. uro:.
here to attend the senior trict formerly known I before the Court H.Utarke .
at
play 7 and as Vanderbllt
,r :,: L 'hU.O'. ) visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Con Starke, Friday promises to be enjoyable as ): Beginning at Southwest. cor- : Florida, sell lie r

_ _ nero Sunday.Mr. night. well as instructive and interesting. ner of Section Eight Township Six and best bidder. for lI.h l li 11,11
_
__ _ _ Oscar Andreu and South, lands. .ltu t>
flange log
Roy Newsomof Next Twenty-one East i described ..
week
and Mrs. T. N. Norman and an out-of-town
Starke speaker thence East to Southeast; corner :oi and being In Bradfi unil-
; ; Miss Elizabeth Harnage were busIness were visitors in our section may direct the study and all are !Section' Nine Township Six South Ida. to.wit: rt
.h.
Mr. Grower and visitors to Starke Monday. recently. Invited to attend. Range", Twenty-one East: thence. The: ay of the. fo1 '1'. '

4' Strawberry Shipper Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Reddish were MKS.: -'-+-- ....... North... ..*...;..; .to...;.Southeast_*,-,,--,'.....> ".ix corner-noiitn.--of Section Range. and Section:. the -REV,10_ \uTnw'of ''Ii)i "H1'I II'lHlntilt.., ;

visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs.J. ELIZABETH C. WALKEK WORK NEARING END Twenty-one East, thsnce East to the Kang II Kasl.acres ,

We have a limited supply of Wire-Hound 36 Pint Pad S. Sapp Sunday. Mrs. Elizabeth C. Walker died OCALA--As Senator Fletcher Towmihlp Southeast. HIT corner South of Section Range Twen Three. with the, more apiiurtenui, or leti, e'4 'i

Sunday at the home of her son, J. fights doggedly la ty.on. East thence North to South to I.e made pursuant. '
I 1 U-Pak Strawberry Crates and Cups that we will sell Walker, In Raiford. She 'la survived congressional Washington fora east corner of Section Twenty-two, to satisfy yiKIt' '' \'_ ';II
Township Five
appropriation to I
South Range
I ti : along with the common crates and cups that you have Help Kidneys by the following children: J. carry tho great project forward ty-one East, thence East to Southeast Twen As Special Mas' II-

;: ir been buying in the past, 6 common crates and cups and It sSarly fanrttonhir Kldom .... S. Walker Ralford; Mrs. A. D. some of the civilian construction Township curner. Five of .Section"Smith, Twenty-three Range Twen-, 3- -Bt-4-3 ___ _
O Crosby Lakeland
Bhadw< Mk*TM raflW( Qtu : Mrs. A. L. Rob- tv-nne East theme. M\'I'fom' ,tl.S
: 4 Pad-tl-Pak Crates and cups complete for $3.20, the V. MhfbM. NOTOO __raa ft. _*... bins and, Mrs. G. H. Rogers. Ocala; fall companies that were awarded last .... corner of Section North Twenty-three to N"rtl1"t NOTICE Is herebi jt .',,..
the
PrnhM. atlffnrn Bnnlac.raccuss -ztg first contracts for excavatIng Townnhlp Five der and by virtue' '.
Pad-U-Pak is guaranteed to deliver your berries to the O I.*.....w JLmUitT. t ?_....... ;;d Hugh L. and Walter S. Walker of the Florida ship canal are nearIng ty-one:: 'Rust' thence South West Range to Twen-New cree of Foruclosun. H'
D.cbit'. ..
Jr. tpd..C.i.zsI..t..J( Raiford. River I thence dered by the .Hon ;
1 markets Free from cuts and bruises and should sell from el/ste" '::ol7td7gv Funeral services completion of their "Items." said river to West southwesterly line of Section along bring Judge", of th. ,".
were held at the .
Twenty-nine, Township' the nth Judicial f: ,
r 10( per cent to 30( per cent higher than those shipped in grave In Pleasant Grove Cemetery "FRUIT SALAD TREE" Range", Twentv-one (East: Five thence South in and for Bradf.Chancery ,,4.1''
South
; the common crates and cups now in use. Try them out, at Morrtston at 11 o'clock Mon- ORLANDO-The "fruit salad fling..along' laid line to point of begin |I that certain, dated cauc.pending Ma. 1 I., ." I ,

c and let your account sales tell you the story we can day In charge morning.of the Arrangements Florida Funeral were tree." owned by K. J. Ard here Is TRICT SPKCIAI.NUMDKIl TAX IS-: SCHOOL Being, the DIS dis Mortgage between corporateBlanche th ;lall.,r
the
,
next I. Whltte .
thing to trict
supply with 40 cent in Service, of Starke. a filled Ice box. formerly known" an Hellbron): dante. undsrslvitherein s'"
h only you per Pad-U-Paks but can I the. Seventeen different varieties of Beginning", at the Northeast the I at
--mN.Wa of corner appointed i
fill all orders that base 5 cent to 10 .- .....10 .Ir fruit are the Southeast Quarter. of Section In to 'x b'
\ on per per cent discount w 'vi4 Sold t":1t CARD grown on the same tree, Five. Township Six South, Chancery !
OF THANKS Range will on Monday. "Ii '
ft I on large orders. ((100 c@ 5 per cent discount, 500 inromurnoiifor We wish to express our thanks which Is now bearing. As a resultof Twenty-two the Northeast East corner thence of North Section to Af"l1l 193 a '
budding before the ,
process used by Ard Thirty-two d. ,iti'
FT ((ti) 10 per cent discount.) Tho* mitferinjr from and appreciation for the condolence in grafting buds to the Range Twenty-two, Township Five South In Htarke, Florida; : ,;,.heel
STOMACH various East
s. 'SP. OR DUOORNAL. shown us and the West to Northeast thence and best bldrtVfollowing '
tlLULR* Dt/K/ TU MYP1 beautiful limbs the tree now bears four corner of Section described .' ,
different Thirty-six.
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lr1J$ OBE __ --- STAKKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 20 1936 NUMHEIl; TWENTY-SIX it (


;PTTORIALS Senior Juniors Facts DecidedBy Seniors SCHOOL DAYS .-. By DWIG Society -Flowers Are Given r i ;, ,


To Play Aides .;.
theBf'st Interest Of Audrey Hall wall visiting In 1 dlt
ted, ro i The Junior and Senior classes Ja'k onvlll"Vednt"s.Jay" ,
last Monday voted 1opltNE Seven corsages' mild of various! c
HIGH SCHOOL on "Senior M'f GOSH Rep Thede WAS visiting Alice
IDFOKD ,
Facts" to decide what seniors deserved ? Royster at the State Farm, Sunday kinds of flowers were given by the
,ntA, Patrons, and Alumnae what titles The "Facts"are ; 'to\' ) HIJRT seniors to the seven Indies whose

given below Those help and direction the success of i
obtaining Woodrow Hollingaworth spent }
I "Betty Lou" may be attributed. J
STAFF first and second places are listed
EI>1TORI.\ < the weekend In Palatka and Cres-
mef-- --- A W. Ander-, unless the vote for practically un- I cent City with his brother. They were presented by W. T. Ii i
|rust son, :lr. animous for one person as was the Simeon Phillips Weeks in the Intermission between ,,
spent Saturdayin
5tB"inDorothy Whiten "Most Athletic Girl" and "Most Gainesville tho second and third acts. The

Marjorie Marwick Athletic Boy," Information about the flowers waa It
Editor. Blfl
Editor _,_Hugh Walters 1. Prettiest Girl. 1 Lillian Bee Moseley spent Sunday at the kept a close secret and it came aa ?
__Alice Royeater State Farm with relatives. pleAsant surprise to those teachers tC
Lin! Editor Sternberg. 2-Elaine Wynn. f,1,
Irf', editor ,_____Marie Thede 2. Best Looking Boy. 1-Raymond Marjorie Marwick was visitingIn and ladles who received them.. ",
Plummer. Gainesville, Saturday. They were given to Mrs T. T. f i
Editor 2 Bill
w\, -------------- Edwards
__ Eunice Williams 3. Most Athletic Girl. 1-Mar- I I Ir Althea McCormick Is seriously Long Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, Mrs.F. .
jorle Marwick. 111 at her home in Cltra. We wish H. Long, Mrs, Frank Carpenter, ''t 1\'\ '

4. Most Athletic Boy. 1-Olen I / I her a speedy recovery and hope Mrs. R. F. D..m<>rest. Miss Hazel i ;1 ,I
01 R COMPANIONS: Bedenbaugh. she will be back with us at school MlUUloton and Mrs. A. E. Wall. it.(,
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.|t.n' "way once a young man. 5, Cutest Girl 1-Lillian Stern- MD soon We wish to thank, lignin the ;; \;' ,

torn brought him up right, berg. 2-Elaine Wynn. 1 Margaret Hair was a visitor to above for their Invaluable help sail + if: ; \{

Jfframmtpd|,ni ,, Sunday from School High, Church School 6. :Most Popular Boy. 1-Raymond :AW I 9- Jacksonville, Thursday. aid. ;, ..

[ school, as clean and Plummer. 2-Bill Edwards. Doshla Smith spent last Wednesday ..--- ---- ', 11 "
business 7. Most Popular Girl 1 Marie In Jacksonville '
riiorKssoitM Nl'r WIT & p''
j i young man as one could wish F IJ) \, ::
he obtained a Job with Thede. 2Lillian Sternberg S. G. Denmark spent Sunday visiting KN'KNOT( a E / :.
until ( 1 1"The
9. Best all-around Student. 1- Y
relatives in Lake
where he fell City. ..
lining 'ompany Alice Royster. 2-Marjorle Mar- l : r'l. .
companionship. Olet Smith and Hilda Wyrtck
Ith Cud wick. MUsliijf. Ui\liH" ?

s i fellows were a bad lot; theyk 9. Laziest Boy. 1-W. T. Weeks. : were visitors to Jacksonville Sat Dear Profs: .

| smoked cursed and gam- I 2-Louis Davis. 1 urday. I hear you have gone Into the ;'pr t ,t '.

At first our young man red 10. Most Sarcastic. 1Elaine Ruby Dampier was visiting In.. aecond-hand car business. I WitS In ,,, "

refused to join them in Wynn. 2-A. W Anderson. Jasper, Sunday :. It once, too. It surely Is tricky busIness '\

pleasures but gradually bee 11. Biggest Bluffer 1-W. T. Louree Howard attended the Air Isn't It?Anything goes!

accustomed. to such actions Weeks. 2 Louis Davis. Show In Jacksonville, Sunday.ESSAY Yours for never, ,

ceased to think them so very 12, Most Studious 1-lona Till-. 11011 Raymond Plummer.Dear ;
.. In thei words, his conscience man. 2-Daisy Bell Dunn. ON KIM'OATION I i

I|mt tolled toward such actions 13. Friendliest. 1-Alice Roy- DEVELOPS FOWKK TO THINK Ray: i'+' ,

'f use >.t nis constant association ster. 2-Lillian Sternberg. On the contrary! Nothing goes) { f
I fly Audrey Hall Yours In nouns and verbs Y.
them and with the down falls 14. Noisiest 1-Bill Edwards. 2 -
( ,onsnence cam the down- -Louis Davis. The definition of the word think Prof N. & K. L" ',t3 t,

tInt young man. lie is now 15. Best Dressed Boy. 1-Raymond la: To occupy the mind with some
frison serving a life sentence subject. The power to think clear- i
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Plummer 2-James Hol- Dear! Profs: k ,
tiling another man In a gam- llngsworth. 9 ly Is the most Important thing anyone I hear Profetnor GIs absent-
'lVIIS tS A Vi t CDdslayt can because one's. i
brawl while drunk. possess '
16. Best Dressed Girl, 1-Lillian minded. He left his umbrella at
iu .'i. in neard "a rotten apples Sternberg. 2-Marie Thede. t eiv NOeOOY NAS 'b thinking guides one's actions. I my house' yesterday while It was r I }

iti- itiompanlons." Let's watch We feel sure that all titles have $fllEJt IN 6JPRCIArter Without education a person would! raining. I guess he'd leave his

ompany our environment and been placed upon the proper brows. glt6El Uf1leSS N Q WhasTS to be like any animal. They simply head I if It were not attached. to
... would not think because they ',
nundings Almost any man This is the one time when everyone him.
would not know and like I
again an
smokes will tell you he learnhe gets his "deserts"! Disinterested, ,
animal all of their actions would be
nabit from other smokers. .- Hugh Hiram Walteis. 1,
i always do the right thing at Notes Annual Senior Play Meet The Seniors Play Report GivenIn guided by Instinct Instead of rea- -_ '
Interesting son. One great authority has said f' I
ijrighi' time and place and our Pronounced SuccessThe Class PowWowA a'
Dear Hugh : f M MYou're
that the only difference betweena
Idenci, will never fall us as did Last week. i if you remember, we -l
Several teachers were man and an animal Is: A man has right. I heard him Buy ,
told of the life lead Miss -
man's In the above by
incl- you
Dung ably absent from school unavold-I 1936 edition of the annual I Althea McCormick, Miss Mary Sue class meeting waa held by the one more sense than an animal and yesterday that he was going to f: i
senior play, "Betty Lou," presented seniors last Monday at 10:15: a, m. 'Switzerland for his lungs ;,
.... due to illness. Mott, and Olen Bedenbaugh, Now, I if he did not have this sense he '
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-- here in the B. H. S. auditoriumlast I The meeting was called to order would act like an animal. The Indefinites'!, 4 !
n'' !SF.LF-('ONTROL Mrs. J. P. Warren substituted for for the history of the lives of Miss
Friday night, was a tremendous by Simeon Phillips, president.It Profs N, & K. ,
The definition of the word education ,
Mrs. A. E. Wall Mrs. Warren Per-
mpletc command of one's self ; Joye Katharine Griner, Miss John-
success. The went that the senior '
play was announced abil-
18 The knowledge and
kins substituted for Miss Eunice nie
lentlal to success. It Is nec- Ree Cone, and Wilson Foch
through without one "hitch", the play, "Betty Lou," would give a ity gained 1 through a systematiccourse Denr Profs:
Perkins Mrs. substituted
be In full control ; Perryman May.
y II'' of one'sital playas a whole, was very good. repeat performance at 1:30: Tues- of training. Many people do In reading the other day, I came k
for :Mrs. Shuman Miss Ruth
and physical faculties at ; Griner into the
Joye was greeted (March 17.) across the quotation "Whither thou ;
There were approximately 425 day not understand the meaning of this
limes substituted for Miss Kitty
If one wishes to make ass Sternberg world in 1919. 7 at "
people In the audience, a very tine on February A treasury report was given by word, but of course they are the guest, I will go. To save my neck
of his life. Hogsed. crowd Indeed. The total receiptswere Keystone Heights, Florida. Since Alice Royster treasurer. uneducated class. When a child I can't think who It was said It,

e student should keep his mind Virginia Negate member of the $72.80. There were no reserved then she has always liked boys, Treasury Report Is born his mind Is blank Ha Can you help me 1Bralnatorm

awake and ready for action staff and member of the "Betty seats. A repeat performance especially a frequent visitor at Receipts: docs not know and can not think Drown Y 0''

thinking is a great asset to Lou" Chorus, was "out" last week. was given Tuesday, but de- school. How about it, Joye She Palnnce March 9 __________$ .17 what he nerds and what he does 8 It r

Individual, as well as to any The "flu" again. tails are not known at time of enjoys talking loag-and Iota and Program Ads Mar. 9_________17.00 not need. These things must be decided Dear Brainstorm: I,
..1,.1ie writing.The drinking Coca-Colas Is her delight. Play receipts Mar. 1672.80Total for him. As he grows and Don't you remember ?-It was i,

business man or woman The staff has $12. 5 and doesn't play made an additional $17 She dislikes to get up early in the receipts------------$89.97 develops, his mind grows and develops the Installment collector who said ,hit ; 4 '
1 id<) firmly resolve to aid each know what to do with it. Can any- morning and conceited people. Her accordingly, and graduallyhe that ; 1
ads the
on pi
Indirectly by selling
r m one give us a ? bad habit la talking too much.
every way possible In the suggestion "programs." Payments: begins to think, but before very The Knowalls. :

pt and efficient dispatch of She has dally routine. Such Mr. R. M: Evans, State Inspector The seniors are happy and con- ) __ ___ ______ .50/
a reso- stone Heights, Hampton, and now Posters ___ __ people usually call "Common -
D i requires constant attention of High and Elementary tented over the results of the play completing her high school careerat Balloons __________________ 1.15/\ Sense" and In order to further his Dear Profs:

B'S self-control. Fortunately, Schools inspected B. H. S. last and we wish all succeeding senior Bradford High school in Starke. Tickets ___________________ .50 knowledge and Increase his abilityto We are expecting a blessing In

,rolling one's faculties, like any Thursday. We seemed to pass although classes Just as much luck. The subject she likes best Is Masks ___________ ._______ 2.60 think he must go to school, our home. I am very happy, ,a I''
the schools not told the .
T activity, becomes easier andr are shorthand. Joye likes to go swim- Books ___________-________ 16.00 mingle with groups and get on ed With Happiness, ,.
until finally a life time babs results of the Inspection- until later BOYS' BASKETBALL RECORD ming and her ambition Is to be a Scenery _________________ 24.35 ucation. Louis Davis ,

; been set up and no further GAMES OF 19S8 stenographer Today the world In run by people

lion need be given It. LOVE'S DISAPPOINTMENTBy : Score In the big city of Lawtey, Flor- Total ___________________$45.60 who do a lot of thinking, thinking Denr Louis: ,. ,

ie parent should meet all prob- A. W. A. Where We ida, Johnnie Ree Cone wall born, Total receipts _____________$89.97 i of Inventions and improve Yea, we heard your mothcr-ln-

i which confront him regard- Louis Davis, L L. D., sat in his Hawthorne Opponents ___ There 15 They 27 October 20, 1918. When still a lit. Total Expenditures ________$45.60 ments. New appliances and many law was going home. Good luck

the welfare of their children office staring vacantly at his diploma Sanderson __u____ There 8 24 tie girl she moved with her parents other things that will help the na- The Gushing Gossips, 4 r

usehold affairs. With a clear the one ha ,received five Brooker ___ ___ Here 22 13 to Brooker where she attended Balance on hand __________$44.37 tion and the life of the people of Profs. N & K. tI
He should consider the alt- I' long years before from the Harvard Waldo un There 25 26 school for nine years, then to The "Senior Facts" were read to the nation. Do you think the lead ,-
..n> 'Carefully before acting. Starke for her other three yearsIn the class. of and the leadersof Dear Profs: +.
Law School. His mind wan- Lake Butler _____ There 12 24 ers our country .t
e are many times in the lives dered back. The good old football Alachua Here 17 27 high school. A committee was appointed to the other countries are unedu- I have Just heard some terrible ;
arents when a little straight ] Johnnie Ree likes to attend the Investigate the cleaning of the new.. Lord
Is ;
team-that was the time they had Hawthorne ______ Here 20 29 cated people that do not have the Holllngsworth a f
'Ing and a few wise decisions movies and to be with and see stage curtain.A social failure. What do
think
beat Yale-Basketball. Glee Club. Hampton ________ There 41 22 ability to think? No, my lads you r
help to avoid serious miaun The Glee Club!. He had sung on Sanderson .__ Here 14 25 blondes. She dislikes conceited committee was also appointedto they are not. Check up on any of of that? '
landings and hours of worry.e people, also, and to study. She what the leaders of Excitedly
the famous Harvard Glee Club Lake Butler, 'V4-G Here 4 0 make suggestions aa to our country or any I
""'time Is to begin practising self once-until they had found out ; Waldo Here 34 20 says her bad habit is reading too the senior clans should leave the ether useful person and. you will W. T. Weeks. r

now, and the best way what was wrong with it! Brooker _____ There 21 23 many novels. school as a memorial of the senior find that they are the ones that -
gin i is to consider the welfare uu The subjects she likes best are Dear W. T. ,
have learned the to :
At that moment his reveries Alachua ________ There 3 29 class of 1939. ability keeptheir V
the feelings of other people be- were interrupted by a knock on Starke Town Team Here 25 21 English and typing and she doesn't The members of this committeeare heads and think clearly and Lord Hollingsworth U a social) '

vourself This will bring the door-the first In a long time. Brooker _____ __ There 19 11 like chemistry and bookkeeping. : Alice Royster, Hugh Walter, nine times out of ten they learned failure because he baa no manors. '
the n i
'for,' beat qualities In you and :. "Come In," he called, without removing Melrose u_______ There 30 41 Johnnie Ree hopes to be a nurse, and Johnnie Ree Cone. this through education.One Loudly Laughing,
make self-control natural In the future. of of Profa. N & K.
the main principles
his eyes from the diploma. Starke Town Team Here 40 35 ----- pr
t'asy! He heard the door creak open, Green Cove SpgsThere 42 32 Now, for the boy that MAYor DISASTER MET FRIDAY clear thinking la the ability to keep r

.By L. J. heard foot-falls on the floor. Louis Hampton _________ Here 36 21 would like to join the United KY BASKETBALL TEAMIn your head no matter what the cir to be thought of at once and can'n
('11 -- turned to Bee who>> the intruder up- States Navy--Wilson Foch May. cumstances are, or how exciting not be thought of child fashionone ? ;

Z \SGE OF EDITOR on his thoughts was. With a cry Total Score (Reg.)____444 464 Although his name being May he a disastrous post-seasonal they may be. In order to learn thing and then another thing. '"
'Vdkins, Jr.. has taken the saw the first light of day on June with Green Cove last this ability one must have ,
"Bill he cried Springs any Ii
f of he jumped\ up. Games Won (Reg.) ____ 10 10 game Without an education a person Is
the Hugh Walters, Joke Edias "Bill Edwards, nay old pal." Tournament; Gaines the 17th In 1918 at Hampton, Friday we lost both games. The some kind of training, and that la likely to go through life In this '
latter has been very returned Bill Florida He attended school there boys were defeated 31-5 and our where education playa a leading 'I i
with "Howdy, Louis, Andrew Jackson __ Jax. 18 61 haphazard fashion, always trusting }
Z < play practice, etc. warmly, as they pumped hands Hilliard ___ ____ Jax 41 33 until he was old enough to come to girls (In fact we were short of girls part In getting an education parents to luck that they will say and do ; I '1

been a a willing worker and "Boy, I haven't seen you since Bolles _____nu________ Jax 21 28 I Starke, which wasn't so long-Was and had borrowed two from the usually and most generallysend the proper things at a fitting and) '
three aolng good work for the you went out west, six years ago. It Wilson visitor's second team!) were put their children to public proper time. Sometimes they do r 1 11

shman weeks. Although only Did you make your fortune? Did Total Score (Tour.)____80 123 He likes to participate In all away 117. schools, colleges and universities things right but more often they ,
there la no doubt but sports, especially basketball which We played this out of courtesy Instead of having private teachers do
he you have a swell time? Games Won (Tour.) ____ 1 2 game them wrong. Aa educated per-
m the Will have a prominent "Did I make my fortune? Total Score __________484 587 happens to be his favorite, and to I only as our team had disband. teach them In the home. At these son If he be so learned that he can

staff next year should say so! I came up to II Total Games Won____11 12 see shows. His dislikes are like ed. Several were practising the public places the students mingle be rightfully and properly calledan -Z- I

you specially in order to get you most other seniors conceited pec- play "Betty Lou," several had with many other students and In educated person has lost his ?1

to handle my money and legal affairs NOTICEThe Die. He admits his only bad habit gone to the! State championship I I this way they lone their fears and fears overcome his backwardnessand flfI,; t{
Is smoking.He tournament in Gainesville and overcome their timidity. And In '
DICK for me. By the way, how's junior class sold shamrockson several bashfulness and conquered his
SERVICE likes to>> study history IV but had home. this they learn to keep their
? more way
the lawyer business nowadays St. Patrick's Day, last Tuesday, gone timidity When he hall done this Land
MATTRESS You look sorta sad. What's the (March 17.) English Is still a little too deep for Nevertheless a good time was heads ao they can think clearly Rise also acquired) what our t
co. matter 1""Welt him. Don't give up too soon, Wilson had by all and we will "Move It Also at these public schools, the grandfathers and grandmother '

381 PARK !ST.' I've Up" next year. students are always having some call "book "
Bill, Ill tell you. High School assembly was held learning, he has learn ni
J.iCKSONVILLE1lattrtssea: Next week we'll have you meet excitement of testa by which the ed to think
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been disappointed In love last Friday. The program was clearly. Nearly every- ,
:* did it Miss Madeline Crews, Miss Grace LOST Instructors can test their accuracy one knows that It Is
Rebuilt Like "That's too bad. How composed of a brief devotional followed Impossible for r
t' ''ICardU-dn Andreu, and Woodrow Holl Ings- If of the found and ability In If the "
following are thinking
of Condition. happen? Did she marry the oth- by various announcements. any anyone to think clearly without a ,
"r Spring and Felt Mi tMiule er fellow?" --- worth. please return them to the office! Instructors find that any one la deficient good strong mind, a clear conscience

s to Order or Ret "No, nothing like that. I'm just FAVORITE SONGS OF SENIOR. Literature and Life--Greenlaw In the ability to think clear- .. and some knowledge. And
disappointed-disillusioned!" WE \\UNDER: :- and Miles-Book III. State num- ly, they study and prepare ways of course the more knowledge a Xr

IABLE Upholstering "How's that?" Ruth Tomlinson-The Beautiful When school will be out ber 1007. la large, red, with gold and means of teaching them to person has the better he can think.
d Why Chester Is so ticklish. lettering. make their minds think clearly,
furniture repairing. "I baven't handled a divorce case in Blue. Also everyone knows that in order 6 -
Lady How Al Kay manages to court Compton's Pictured Encyclopedia forcefully, and accurately to at
In months!" get knowledge one must go to w? ,
--- Vonda Inman-I've Got a Feeling all the girls. Volume D. It..la a large red Look about you and Investigateand school and get an education. f
You're Fooling. Why all the girls skip their class. book. I 1
will find
that the
you people A without
person an education ,
lena Tillman The Beautiful the
es to practice operetta. Correct
EnglishTannerBlueIs
that have the moat accidents and
can think
only
to
Lady In Blue. What we would do without Mra. the color.Industrial enough barely exist
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FLORIDA In
get trouble the most the
FUNERAL SERVICE Lucian Alvarez-Treasure Island Perkins are and no one ever made a suc- { i
Geography-Whltbeck ones that never had a chance to case without some good clear
Why Gainesville comes over ao -Green la the color
get an education or if they did thinking on their part. Also
DON HOOVER Manager Joye Grlner-Treasure Island often. they
'Eo have the chance they did not take got an education '
either C
some a
way-
CALL ST. STARKE, FLORIDA Lettie McGee-I'm Putting All Why some of the girls go to the Loaded Dice advantage of It. ThIs happens because -
by going to a-hool or by
being'
My Eggs In One Basket. lake every Sunday afternoon have discovered
TELEPHONE 149 | Archaeologists I without an education a per- willing to atudy and learn thing
Grace Andreu-From the Top around the Gainesville section. dice used by prehistoric Nebraska son Is more likely to have fears and tor themselves at home without + i
REASONABLE AND EFFICIENT" of Your Head to the Tip of Your Why James Hollingsworth la Indiana Maybe that's a tip on be timid, backward and bashful teacher. a I

Toes.Mary seen around the Southslde so of how the Red man lost this coun- because there Is no place aa goodas Therefore education develops the s
AMBULANCE Sue Mott-It's So Easy to ten.
: SERVICEWE try. a good school: to help one overcome power to think by: overcoming
Remember and ao Hard to Forget. and conquer these defects. backwardness and bashfulness conquering ,
INCITE TOUR INSPECTION OF OUR Eunice Williams-Don't Give Up Pruning of fruit treea may be Florida, low ranking dairy state, Again education develops the timidity, enriching the t

NEW HOME. the Ship. done in the early winter, as well as la Increasing the cumber of Its power to think by giving the mind mind, developing the brain, and -

Bill McMillan-Solitude. In the spring month. cow. I 80 many different things that have I I.r giving knowledge.






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('Ot'STTELEGRAPII.: STARKE FLORIDA

,, ,. PAGE' FOl'R ,' -'---" no .- .- BRADFORD .. .. > .__ ____._---- __._ >_ _FRIDAY.. -- 'II", llJtul

I Local) Chapter Homemakers Class I Local Girls At F. S. C. W. Eighty-five out of every one hun- Congo native ,"
.1 dred farms in this country have no to carve : r r b!
jt their 8y
bmi
O. E. S. GivesMeasuring : EntertainedThe Attend Pan Hellenic "Hop" electricity of kind. i II' I ;1.., "
any purposes 'ht
I PartyThe Homemakers Class of the Three young women of Starke,

3ocicty local chapter Order of Eastern Baptist Church, was entertainedby students at Florida State Collegefor .......
; Women, Tallahassee, attended
Star entertained members and the group leaders, Mrs. P. M.
i he first Pan Hellenic "hop" ever
RE.
Invited guests with a measuring \
Barefoot and l\frs. B. M. Fussell, LESTATE
'" .. to be staged at the woman's collegeon NoticeDon't
held at the Masonic Hall,
party lost Thursday night, at the home
J' I Saturday night, March 14. The
March 16,
Monday night
of the former
Deacons To Ce Ordained Sewing-Room Women young women attending were: Miss
;' The Chapter room was made at- A colorful 1 variety of spring miss the two day
Handwork Marjorie Stump, a member of the
Display IF
Church I
At YOU
Baptist: tractive for the occasion with a
i't flowers were arranged attractivelyIn Zeta Tau Alpha sorority, who had special sale) of the $1.00 WANT
., : Wednesday night, March 2J: at The W. P. A. sewing-room work- profusion of early spring flowers, the living room of Mrs. Barefoot's /aa her guest Hal Jones; Miss Evelyn : size I Gas-Trove "'TheWorJd's BUY, SELL On LXTWILSON :
ers have on exhibition In the build- which consisted of azaleas, calendulas home, where the members SEE ('S-
7:30: o'clock the regular weekly Stump, Zeta Tau Alpha, whose I
Greatest
and sweet in Stomach
Rachel'sclothing peas arranged (
Ing which was formerly were seated.
guest was Don Nauchoo; and Miss
prayer service at the Baptist articles baskets and vases for
store, and other Mrs A. M. Darby presided dur- Lois Adkins Pi Beta Phi who had Remedy 49c
: Church will be devoted to the ordination which were made by the women Miss| Ruth Johnson, chairman of FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
f J ing the evening. As the devotional as her guest Jimmy Adkins. Approximately
t of three new deacons In the work rooms of Bradford the program committee, was in REALTY
part of the meeting the four- 800 guests were at the ONLY at your local CORP
They were elected by the church County, which Include Starke, charge of the program for the evening teenth chapter of John was read dance, which was one of the ma- I stores. I

at the annual meeting In February Lawtey, Hampton, and Brooker. and arranged the following by Mrs. Darby and followed by jor social activities of the year. ,C. ;_';..,;:: ,::...I:::,'!-,. :.1':' _
II. L,. Brownlee A. J. Some of the exhibits are re
and
are program: .
prayer. The regular routine of Huge replicas of the pins of the i i.
,,' J Thomas and W. J. Epperson. markable to have been made by A reading, 'Taint Fair," by business was conducted and Mrs. eighteen different sororities repre- grace distinctive
I The visiting ministers participating inexperienced workers, as many of Mack Futch. A tap dance, Miss, G W. Alderman and Mrs. J. II. sented on the campus of Florida flowers
In the service are: Doctor F. the women were when they went Lillian Moseley, accompanied by Pitts were appointed to serve as State College lent color to the cherry at herschel
C. McConnell, pastor, First Baptist Into the work rooms. Among some Mrs. Jeanette Klncald. A leaders
I rhyme group for the next three Greek letter event, of which Miss Jacksonville
1 i I '!",' Church, Jacksonville, Rev. M. of the outstanding accomplish- contest caused much amusement months.At Patty Foster, Alpha Chi Omega, of 7-2129
f : C. Stlth, pastor, Brentwood Baptist ments are a large display of beautiful for' the members and guests. Mack the conclusion of the busi- Cocoanut Grove, was chairman. phone
,f' Church and Rev. B. F. Green, quilts In many different pop- Futch and Miss Lilley McRae were ness session, social hour smart center plrrm unuvuulnrtuty, "
a was enjoyed
I pastor, of the Woodlawn Baptist ular designs. There is a "Star"quilt the fortunate winners. ANNOUNCES CANDIDACYST. flowers for gift
during which the hostesses,
which features yellow, blue, .
4 McConnell will AUGUSTINE-General Vi- --
Doctor -
Church.
i A short business session was assisted by Miss Juanita Barefoot, =---:
1 ', deliver the charge to the church and white and is especially beau- vian Collins has announced he
\ conducted during the social hour, served a congealed salad with tea
4 ;?+. Reverend Green, the charge to the tiful. Other designs are "DoubleT" would seek the democratic nomination FUNERAL DIRECTORMy
: and the "Flower after which the refreshment committee or coffee, and saltines, to the class I
and the Reverend Stith "Bow-Tie, to succeed himself
deacons
as Adjutant -
Garden" The latter Is com- Mrs. L.. D. Green, Miss Gertrude members present. Many Years Experience I Makes It Possible for Mi to i
,, will offer the ordination prayer. quilts. : General of Florida. For more ninon
J: ITouser Mrs. Nellie Houser, EFFICIENT: PROMPT and '
of brll- COURTEOUS
of colorful !
All members of the church and posed/ a and la array attractive. !Mrs. Vonda Inman, and Mrs. E W. JOSEPH E CONWAY than twenty-five years an officer MODERATE PRICES SEKVlCE
llnnt colors
( .; their friends are requested to attend very 111 the Florida National Guard, ,
They are showing quite a novel- layen, served a delicious salad Joseph E. Conway, well-known I General Collins said during his l Starke, Florida
this service.Woodman -
I. in which can be used either course. I farmer living a short distance east
Y : __ __6I ty rugs terms as Adjutant General he had DeWITT C. JONES
of Starke died at his home
for milady's boudoir of for bath As members and guests arrived I early conducted the office "with a mini-
I,;: Circle Notice mats. These rugs were made from Mrs. P. M. Barefoot with her tape Saturday at the age of seventy- mum exercise of -
economy. ---
scraps that were too small for the measure decided the waist measurement four years He was born in Clay .
:: The Starke Grove of Woodman quilt patterns and from odds and of each, for which one County, January 10, 1862, but had CARD OF THANKS
\ Circle will hold its regular monthly ends from dress materials. Theyare cent per Inch was assessed. A sum lived In this county for the past I wish to express my thoughts COFFEE
9 ( '\ meeting, Tuesday/ night, March of a variety of colors and are of approximately( $8 was realized. forty years. of appreciation to those who were
'I:' 24, 8 o'clock, at the Hall. All members very unique In design. The foun- Besides his widow, Mrs Barbara so kind and thoughtful to me durIng -

::1 are invited to attend. dation of the rug Is burlap and the W M. S, Met Monday Conway he is survived by six sons my recent bereavement in the T 8 O'CLOCK
,:;: Mrs L. S. Hutto, Sec'y. scraps of the material used in AfternoonThe and two daughters. They are: loss of my dear husband, A. S. ) 2 Lbs. 29c

them are either hooked throughthe Lacy, Edwin, and Leonard, of Crews. May God's richest blessIngs -

I, ,. ", t"" ,:' "" ; ,::':-::"" burlap with a crochet needleor Woman's Missionary' Societyof Starke; Willie and Kvln, of Jacksonville rest upon you RED CIRCLE
stitched underneath. They are the :Methodist\ Church met Monday ; Joseph, of Ft. Screven, Mrs. Maude Dowling Crews "' '
"e 'i"t 2 Lbs.
f RITZ THEATRE several Inches in thickness and afternoon at the church, the Ga.; and Misses Ruby and Pauline 33c

about thirty-six inches by twenty- meeting being presided over by theresident. Conway, both of Jacksonville. Recipe For Week BOKAR
STARKE four inches in dimensions. Mrs. A. Wood, and the Mr. Conway was a member of IWHEREENOMYRULES
On display in the windows are worship period was conducted by the Baptist Church of Starke and By Mrs. J. G. Lynn 2 Lbs. 43c

I :<: PROGRAM two pillows, which with their gay I Mrs. Tit U'l' Olson who spoke on the I was a Mason. Funeral services Corned Beef Hush

r .11 t I. '1 I RIr./"+INNJNi FRIDAY colors catch the eye of all passersby. subject (of prayer. were held from the church here 1 can corned beet
; I' J'-' These pillows represent-sun The circles have been working Sunday afternoon with the Rev. C. 3 medium sized potatoes
I I I" t'il FIIII\{ 1r'. :MARC'i120 flowers and are made of very brilliant I since the first of January to make] B. Price officiating.: Intermentwas 2 medium sized onions. PotatoesDEL110NTE No. 2 Can 17c|

t ,' ;l'- "Charlie Chan'sSecret" colored materials, which money for the Christian Education with Masonic rites In the fam- Peel and dice potatoes and l'
J formed points. The polonts repre- Building; that is now being built ily lot in Prevatt Cemetery. Mrs. cut up onions. Put them in fry- 10 Lbs. 18c ANN PAGE'

; :;)"I :. sent petals of a sun-flower. next to the church. Circle Number Conway, who was ill at the time Ing pan with grease and fry until Apple SAUCE, 3 cans 25c|
11)I !. Warner OInnil Miscellaneous articles exhibited One reported $43.26 had been paidto was unable to attend the services. brown. Add corned beef
I I / : are both ladies' and children's this fund and Circle Number Pall bearers were W. C. Woolen, chopped in small pieces salt and WHITE HOUSE
I i( t STIJIUJ.1r'I.ltC.1I' : 21 dresses, a pair of pajamas and a Two reported 5500.: Circle Num- T. T. Blackburn O. J. Anders, H. pepper and about half cup of MILK Cans 19c|
r :} "DESERT TRAIL" bathrobe, made of terry cloth, one ber Two( also reported $7.61 to be C. Harley, A. J, Thomas and E. K. water. Cook about ten minutes r.

.. ;' "; With John Wuyne comfort, towels, men's shirts, un- I used for chairs at the parsonage, Ferryman. Arrangements were in Mrs. J G. Lynn. Fancy Blue Hose ION With
\\1"
S 'lt, ''I and"Timothy's derclothing, hooked rugs, crocheted making a total of $105.87 for local charge of the Florida Funeral Ser BEANS l'orS Cans 20c|
'1" rugs, and many other useful work. Thirty dollars has also vice, of Starke. RICE

.1 ,. ::;, Quest" articles for the home. been paid/ In as dues during the Among those /attending the funeral -I I.IPH i>"rt it t\('i: I IONA
V These articles made the W. P, first and this will be sent Pays the :Mortgage, maintains
!'' by quarter from out of town were Mark I
'I With Dickie !Moore
i\ ,ti A. sewing-room workers are not to the State Treasurer. Other expenses Moody Mrs. Ralph Silvers, Ralph I the home. educates the children, 5 Lbs. 21cCORN 3 No. 2 cans 25c|
provides for old
i ,,I, H'I I ,." 8IIN.-MON., MARCH 22-23 to be sold, but they are to be distributed I I of the Society amounted to Moody, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green I H. T. ",\IL, Jn.age, ..limitPIO IONA NO. 2 CAN
''i '. among the needy relief $6.49, which brings the total to and Sam Brosky, all of Jackson-
; "She Married Her 'I'IIA >l>HfI.' .'II LIFnorrtre GREEN BEANS 2 for 15c
r. 'k families of the county $142.33 for the quarter ending ville, and Mrs Ed Strange, of Pa- br K+ trk. Hotel |
I' ,H I Boss" April first. latka. '...r.... Fla.. I
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f. --. CAMAY SOAP 4 bars 17e
t Claudette Colbert Business And Program Mary Ann Old
1 J'.' f Melvyn DougktsAlso C. E. :MeetingThere FuahlonMEAL
Meeting W. M. U. BLACK TWIQAPPLES
I : NEWS! & COMEDY
\
: .1 ,'/ f'' The business and program meetIng will be a regular monthly ( LOWERSCut 6 Lbs. 25(1(
.' w. E TL'ES.-WED., MARCH U." of the Baptist W. M. U. wall business meeting of the Christian

;. "Murder Of Dr. held at the church, Monday afternoon Endeavor, held at the Manse Fri Cut Flowers CELERY 2 Bunches 15c
J: day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock After Corsages
: -
: i; : Harrigan"Illrardo the meeting members will workon Funeral Designs al1.ets 10 Lbs. 19c ORANGES Dozen 23c
; Mrs A. M.\ Darby, president, conducted -, ,
"
/ Cortex the devotional. The Bible the tennis court. All members 'J
1\ tQl, study topic was "The Ten Virgins." are urged to be present at this Attractive Arrangements CARROTS 2 Bunches 15t
... 1 t Tlnmi l.Fltl.IltCIl: 2(1-27( I meeting. I
The regular routine of business
\ 1 ,:}f't. "MAGNIFICENTOBSESSION" 'I was transacted after which Mrs. I r And Prices .. ... -, i sGRITS BEETS Bunch lOc
; Darby read from the Royal Service Twenty-seven every 100 Americana -
;
r i//.1. l d parts of the program which were killed and wounded In the MRS. L. G. POWELL LEMONS Doz. 18c|

.i .f'. Irene Dunneitobrrt to have been given by the Young World War suffered from gas according l GIANT
I STRINGLESS
1 "j. 'I :: Taylor Matron's Circle, but were omittedIn to United States Chemical s I I"IIONE 1Z3-J STARKE. FLA.CUM |
10 Lbs. BEANS 3 25c
,:',i .,. I CASH NITE EVERY WED the absence of the leader, Mrs. Warfare reports. :mi'nm .:.:." -; nII 24c cans
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, ). NESDAY. Those attending F:. L Diggs. Plans were made for I -- ---- -- -- ,- ---.._, ('LA IT'S
,j i how Tuesday are eligible! for the assoclatlonal I
I 1. attending meet-
i: BABY 25c
FOOD 3 for |
:. i fr prlby IruviiiK their name ing, to be held at Pine Grove on I

I, : '!;' /, .with. rimliler. -,Tuesday.. ...-. -, -. .,. March 28. All who can are requested i
1, ..' .. .. to attend this meeting. MedalMILK GREEN'SSTORE I II
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t l l TOMATOES( can 6c 5 Lbs. 23c CHEESE RITZ, 1/2.1b.17c
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i feeling of being correctly I ASPIRIN Box 3c PKO. 2 Gals. 8*
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::11)p t1.1R'H- -20.. 1986_.-. __--_-_. -_.rt -____ - -- -" '- BRADFORD- .- COUNTY TELEGRAPH' STARKE. -FLORIDA.. PIfF. FiVll'r .

Jr\ and Mrs. C C. Shepard and' Ut Owen Griffin I
of St Augustine .1 Mr and Mm John ITginw are expecking FVXIIION:oi SlH)11'IN and l GltEiiheth (children Shop': s j8d
small daughter of Milliard were I wan visiting here 'ruesday Flirt I ,
tn have their for
ox guests tt.MMCSMIXKThe : : Mrs
I Wayne Neal well known In it
guest dining the past week-end aa accompanied lihi,* mother I ,
two \\ "ck-4 In the near future. Mrs fnahlim roalmpi, la I
Bits of -if Mr. and Mis C. A. !Knight Mrs. O J. Griffin who remained Martha Ma iiunrk, of St. Cloud acting tut stylist ,( ;
I Junior Welfare League of One of the most Interesting of
Mrs--E.- -S.----- for a several day, visit with her 111. and !Mrs R T Bell, of Chicago the Gainesville Woman's Club Is the Fashion Scenes will be a MornIng 4 : it .
Matthews. Dr. and
son-in-law and daughter, Dr and III. '
en route to their homes ,
with
Wedding and
Mrs H. B. making delightful plans for a participants
McLendon and small
MIS. E. L. Biggs from a visit at Miami Beach. Fashion Show of unusual beautyand I guests beautifully and correctly attired ,;!
Nes daughter Jeanette, were visitorsin .. f
local --- ----- { ,;
Gainesville: smartness, to be held 1 in the Special orchestral music
afternoon. I
Monday Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Smith ,
and 11OMES TIt\IEI> ;
Open Court of the Hotel Thnmlls.ThurM.hty will be played by I lack Long and
------ Mrs C E Johns spent Monday in MIAMI -W. W HoBklna, '
Miami "
I afternoon March 28, be- his orchestra. :
(CONCERNING; OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND Miss Pearl Manning and Miss Jacksonville. They were accompanied telegraph for
operators prepared a
at four o'clock. .
Beatrice ginning A small admission will be charged
COUNTY AND Moseley spent Thursdayof home by Mr. and Mrs. life of ease on DeFunlak ,
THE TOWN a Springs
OF p
PROGRESS this week visiting relatives in Smith's daughter, Mrs. F. W. Var- Kla, farm which he just swappedhis The latest trends In line, color, to aid the League In their welfare f .

Jacksonville. nadoe, of Savannah, Ga., who is home here for "sight unseen" and fabrics will be shown In the work. '' I'',
l loa seventy or more costumes being -- e -- :
visiting her parents here "We exchanged everything, even "
furnished by the Fashion: Shop I The coin plant has more than 1-
our cooking utensils, wrote T Mc-
-Representative Charley E. Johns Miss Georgia Haynes and Lula Little Miss Marjorie Sue Middle- The Rev. C. B. Price and the Connell Drolesbnugh, owner of the Lanler's Hat Shop, and lie Nancy ku) possible industrial uses. ,1,1V
v,,itor to Live Oak. Tuesday. Redgrave were visitors to Lake ton of Jacksonville, spent the past Rev. L. O. Sheffield!, chaplain at farm "That la everything but old ----"------- V e -
a City Saturday.The week-end hete with her grandparents the State Farm, went to Gainesville socks and a quill tooth pick whichI I
Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middle- Wednesday, where they at- have carried In
Suart Austin and L. C. my vest pocket NOTICE TO
ReH Tuesday In Jackson- Rev. and' Mrs. C. B. Price ton. tended a luncheon and a religious for more than fifty years and positively CANDIDATES ,
dY pent have as their guest their nephew, conference, at which John R. Mott, would not exchange" \
hue Dempsey Sox of Miami. lllsa Lucile Kennedy, student at outstanding religious worker in the AND PROSPECTIVE CANDIDATES
G. S. C. W. at Milledgeville. Ga., is state was the principal speaker.Mr. i ,
\\1'V COUNTS ( ,PAIL I
of Plant City was
Harvey the guest of her uncle and aunt
peed
The W. C. T. U. meeting will be l
gin. ninng the past week-end vismji held with Mrs W. J. Epperson on : Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hart, this and Mrs. C W Beasley, of I DF.FUNIAK SPRINGS WPA Although investigation has led us to }' ; ,?
mends, at the usual hour week Gainesville are announcing the arrival -I workers are counting the quail in a '
Friday ((3:30: p. survey of wild game and game believe that the usual charge for Po- 'vv '
m.) of a daughter on March 14, i
Mrs. Eddie Wolf, of Jacksonville at the Alachua County Hospital. bird life being conducted In Wal- litical Announcements throughout the ; 11

Gerald Middle ton, of Gainesville, spent the past week-end here as The little lady has been named ton County. About twenty men '
ENT A WORD spent Sunday here visiting his pa- the guests of her brother and sis Barbara Joan. Mrs Beaaley was are employed In the survey which State is $1 10, the Telegraph announces ;

rents, Dr and Mrs. W. E. Middle-I ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Sam An- formerly Miss Dora Manning, I is h'log supervised as a federal the following rate for this class of ad-
ton. derson.A. daughter of Mr and Mrs J. C. project primarily for the purpose
COLUMN Manning, of Starke. of determining the need and best vertising. ,,
H. Hall called .. localities for restocking-I
Ronald Pitts of Ocala spent was to Wau- ------ ------- ( _-- ._, ________ )ri, ,,'
fe-OB SALE One Million Mary- several here chula, Tuesday, due to the serious The Rev II. -smart Austin of i Political AnnouncementsIf 1\; :
days recently visiting
J Strawberry illness of his mother, Mrs. J. H. Ft. White who is conducting a St. Petersburg", Fla, with neven- '
and Missionary his Mr. and Mrs. J. H. ,.
parents Hall He was by ty-three churches, sometimes IB Inserted Before April 1 : ,
lame $) 60 per thousand fob Pitta. accompanied class in church work at the Methodist 7 50
jfastleberry Thurmond Farm, Caalebcnv Tillman Hutto. Church this week, Is a guestat called "The city of chinches" (Not more than 50 lines) '
.. ._ _._ / ,
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Ala. 2-6-6tp ---- -- the home of Mrs! J. W. White tia aPolitical
] Mrs C B. Price and daughter, 'I Mrs. G. H Lowry and mother, The Rev B. M. Montgomery goes A champion spaghetti enter in ; I
1 FOR REN'f Furnished apartment Helen returned last week from a Mrs. Alverna Dean, spent the first to Baldwin every evening and conducts Los Angeles: consumed almost a Announcements L ;'1 l!
with private bath. Extra bed- several weeks visit in Miami with of last week visiting in Green classes at the Methodist mile of It in a day. If Inserted After April 1 l',
loom it desired. Good garage. F. relatives. Cove Springs and the azalea gar- Church there. 5.00Ads '

"Scott; Phone 54, Starke ltp dens, at Falatka.Mis. -- --.- (Not more than 50 lines) ; ,: i
.
Billy Doyle, of Atlanta, Ga., -- --- Among the out-of-town people P ,
; WRITE or see us for SELECTED spent the past week-end here as A. H. Johns and son, L. M. attending the Funeral services for C. A. CARVER '
unnei and Spanish Peanut Seed"'reenwood the guest of Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeE. Gaines, will spend the coming Col. A. S. Crews held here Sun Running More Than 50 Lines Will Be <; :: ;j
Products Co. Peanut
; Manassa. week-end in St Petersburg with day were: Judge and.! Mrs. A. V JKWELKHWATCH.; At
hellers High Springs Fla. her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Long, of Pensacola, Col. J. C. Ad- Charged Proportionate Rates. };' ,'''JI' !j

VV'i, YEAR old fat hens R. I. R. Judge land Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and' and Mrs \V. W Undeihlil kins, Judge H. L. Sebrlng Col. CLOCK: AM v' ,
nonth old fat fryers. Fresh son, A. Z., Jr., and Mrs. M. E. ---- ---.- Tom Peeley, Gainesville, Col. Joe OKNKKXL ICKI'AIKING: DISPLAY ADVintTISINTi: 25c: PER INCH ,\ !, f.
hit and brown eggs. Geo. F. Edwards were visitors in Gainesville I Judge and Mrs. J. R. Kelly, of Hill Williams. Lake Butler, lion. ALL POLITICAL ADVKUTISINU "'
Mueller' Kingsley Lake Farm. It I Tuesday afternoon. Madison, and Mr and Mrs. H. S. Fred P, Cone. Lake City. All Work iiiitrituteeil ,J \i ;.
---- PAYABLE IN ADVANCE 1\\( it '
Priest, of Dtownson spent several :I" : ;
days here with Mrs. Kelly's sister, Dr. E. L. Biggs was taken, IN (SKKEN: Bt'ILIINOti'r.11iKE : I W : '::f.' ri
Mrs. A. S. Crews, recently. Thursday of this week to a Jack
---- sonville hospital where he is seriously I, I.OIUU.\ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH ; :
i : 'j:
DIVIDENDBRADFORD Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Denmark are 111 with pneumonia I p

announcing the arrival of a son, 1- .__ .. .
Donald Norman Denmark, Jr., on Mrs. Emily Ames formerly of .t : .: -:.;r: :, ." ':;': :-: ;-: :_' :: 1.\tIfli: !wW., Yi-':'' '' h March 16. Mrs. Denmark was Starke was a visitor here this
formerly Miss Rachel Silcox. week. She was en route to her Matches NK\V
COUNTY BANK northern home from an extended' TIP TOP GROCERY
S MOXOH .
Congressman and Mrs. R. A visit in Palm Beach and Lake SYRUP ,'
I Green of Washington. D. C., were Worth. lOc"SALT
here visiting Congressman Green's .--- --- C. II. NASUOUTIIY, Owner mid Operutor ,) ;, '( (
,\ ,")'> dividend'will be paid to all proven creditors of the parents Mr. and Mrs W. H. VNtln\\N Gal. 50cOM ? i

Green for several days, this week. In recalling memoiles of famous
BRADFORD COUNTY BANKON { Southern poets of the last fifty SPECIALSTHIS
Mrs. Ethel Sternberg Barber, of years the current Progressive Far- >
Jacksonville and Mrs. M. S. mer tribute to John Charles 4 lloclOc.. SYRUP ;t
SATURDAY MARCH 28th 1936 AT 10 A. \I. pays
Beatty of Oil City, Pennsylvania, McNeill! and reprints the following WEEK-END, MARCH 20-21 4I
From the HAROLD C. WALL INSURANCE OFFICE both former residents of Starke, exquisite verses of his: Gal. 40c rlo
200 Call Street, Starke, Fla., (Rear Office) were visiting here Monday and Hills wrapped In gray, standing "'i! ,' '!(- .. '!".._: .' _: '. ",1;.::' ": --Jt.; ; "",- ,' "
Tuesday. along the )west, 3k

RECEIVERS CERTIFICATES MUST BE PRESENTEDTO Clouds dimly;!, lighted, gathering Oil SUGAR 5 Pounds 25c '
Mr and Mrs. Joe Hoover and slowly, 't: FFEEICN 7tb. 17c
SECURE DIVIDEND.M. i; Mr and Mrs. J. M. Darby were the The star of peace at wiftth above
iI I guests Sunday of Mr, and Mrs. H. the crest
Oh, holy holy holy! : Ii'.1NY "''" GRAIN-IIH'K KOSKRICE ; u
C. Richard, in Palatka. While
A. SMITH, As Liquidator there they also visited the Ravine 0'5 MEAL 10 Pounds 20c 1)) i
Pounds 22c
Gardens. We know 0 Lord, ao little what is
BRADFORD COUNTY BANK he IIt-

Wingless, we move so lowly; 11
Mrs. loon 5-HTItINO \INTKD \NIH.K
Mr and A. E. McKinneyand

NAT SEZ: here apartment small recently son,with of They Brooker Mr.have and moved takenan Mrs. But Oh us in holy Thy rest,calm holy All-knowledge holy! let I I Brooms Ea. 25c GRITS 10 Pounds 25c'


I'll admit that I am nothing but a the Ralph Murrhee Alvarez house.who are living In
LARGE JUICY FRANKS Per Pound lOc..,
Ai' lowly Foot Doctor, but I do know >, ,
Mr and Mrs. S. W Dean of
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that a lot of this Flu and grippe -
New York City, are expected to arrive Claud
t Il that 1 Is going round and round l lru III here Sunday afternoon to vis- ; }
NECK BONES Lbs. 25e
t' :" lined by thin soled shoes. Why it Dr. and Mrs .G. H. Lowry. Mr. CELERY Lge. 11hc 3
r"f Dean is of the National Architec-
take a <'nance? My ad\I<'e in to I' SMll, HK1FRYERS>
{
tural Bureau of the Y. M. C. A. r"1 iv.
blow in here the very first thing, Tompkins Lb. 24c fl i 1.

buy yourself a good pair of shoes and Mrs. T. H. Slade. of LETTUCE Lge. 7c
Baxley, Ga,:'announce the birth NATMC\fj C'llKimtK IN CANS
mid stop that thing from going
of a son, Thomas Howard Slade,
round and round. Jr., on March 13, In Albany, Ga. FOR CHEESE Ea. 2Ie

Mrs. Slade was formerly Miss ONIONS 3Lbs. lOc 511 IED
Flora Belle Jackson, of Baconton, I

t. Ga. Congress NO. 1 8WEKTPOTATOES STEW .round lOc : t

Here's a Special in"A Mrs W. C. Helmintoller, of "
/ ESTKIl.V

of Hawthorne Hinton W.Mrs.Va, and Berma Mrs.Walker Emmie, i 10 Lbs. 15c ciitJ STEAK Lbl7/c! I IV!f

A WORK SHOE Atkinson of Charlottsvllle, Va., 11
last of Mrs.R. I l
were guests Thursday FANCY: YOIlli IMPKKIM.: HKI LINKSAUSAGE: i
Kldd Mrs Florence E. vimer;
G. and

MADE BY PETEH'S Canova.Mis -. -. t7 > II I APPLES 6 Lbs. 25c Lb. l lOc

Alverna Dean, of Greeley,
Plain Toe Toe
Cap
Colo., who has spent the past win- Cu.JRA1EItOil I't'ltE CANMIITE KIHHOV-IIKST
Composition Sole. ter here with her son-in-law and Sound Democrat. I
r
daughter Dr. and Mrs. George H.
Lowrv left last Thursday< for New Experienced Business :Man. Ib
Coffee Lard II
ll
Special Price For a Few 11 Orleans! hays La.before, where going he to spent visit severe her- Heavy Taxpayer. c c

Days Only. daughter in St. Louis Mo. She Native Floridian. ii
will also visit in Kansas City ,, t'ti
Kansas and Denver, Colo. before "Send a Itusiness :Men to

returning to her home Mrs. Dean Congress." SPAGHETTI or MACARONI SPkgs. lOc x '
$2.00 a has spent several winters in Starke
? and made numbers of friends who

regret to see her leave I TOMATOES No 2 can 6Wc I CHEESE Lb. 23c

The New .
1111"OU Been
Special Purchase .
MEN'S Line of Fr i CI. yz I
LADIES'DRESSES re II I SHARK KINC-SELF-KISING 6-LIIS. 12-LBS. 21-LIJS

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Regular $1 Value S mt r H I FLOUR 22c 39c 75c

Wonderful Styles and '
All ''
Sizes
Priced.88c cnroutc north
Iteaaotwhly I .. .. ,. ,, .
SliPS from 14 to 5O ," ..:... c ... '::;" ', ..vif.1f.( ''':., :,. : -, '.- '. '" : .'''.,

I $j To see Spring in all its colorful glory... \ff i UIIITK SIDEBACON
$2.98, $4.95, $6.95 to enjoy .the fragrance of new-born blossoms MILK, 3 tall cans 19c
A Full Line of I

MEN'SSPORT \U) the New Shapes by modem, travel streamlined North via open motor highway bus. l Lb. 15c Peanut Butter, 16-oz. Jar 15c

SHOEStiful: Line ofMILLINERY -- .. "..........111. J.1ere Y.rk le2a SMOKED: Apple Butter, 28-oz. Jar 15c L 'r

I I 41..I..IIU I.,.uU till* ._ I.au IIal: (wn.kl.al.n kle... .. 1:1.1 I/IJNI: :'' BACON l Lb. 19c Sweet Pickles, 26-oz. Jar 15c
White Buck*, Calf\ and UNION BUS STATION 1 j

Combination f>pp".llt> Court Hoax .'.... 1JO-W: '/ Hi-Plane Tobacco 2 15c Argo Prunes, 2-lb. Pkg. 13c

$2$2.98, $4.00 $1, $1.49, $2.49IT II I cans Apple Sauce, 3 No. 2 Cans 25c .
Prince Albert Can lOc
l'
[ORIDAMOTOA IHES r4J II I ;
AT II I Kellogg's Corn Flakes 2 for 15c
PAYS TO BUY I Sugar Corn, 3 No. 2 Cans 25c

Early June Peas 3 No 2 cans 25c Swifts Borax Soap, 5 bars lOci"

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I f ::1fIf"1';;\, I.I ,-,,-.. U Mil r i,I FARMERS WITH: THEIR! WHO ADILSTMENTCONTKIC'TS COMPLIED: ROAD DEPARTMENT OPENS SAFETY DRIVE

,
i .I.Ih't
I t TO nE PAID
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\ J GAINESVILLE Officials of the LIVE S ATE
SECTION
tjFARMERS State Agricultural Extension Ser- y-
,
+l- N. r
that the
I Informed
I vice have been
Agricultural Adjustment AdminIstration i News of Florida in Short Paragraphs
I
Demonstration Agents
Conducted by
i In Washington Is mak- --1

r ing plans to pay, as soon as possible >,

iI I l Its obligations to farmers who I __ i V
." Ifjj - have compiled with their adjust- 1---- -- -- -- rr .1 }
i '11" 'ment contracts before the Supreme
'i DIVIDEND DECLARED TINIEST BABY i iAt
t : I
Court decision of January 6, 1936.
"I : RURAL' Hints To Housewives TAMPA-Another evidence ofFlorlda's TAMPA-A grief-stricken father -
j Funds to the extent of $296- .
record-breaking: winter mourned the death of his first
COMMON SENSE ,' 185,000 have been appropriated by season was shown today after the born son last week. It matterednot

'i, Weekly from Home Demonstration I Congress for making these pay- Peninsula Telephone company, serving to him that tiny Walter weighed 1, rt
field and
In the
,; .. \ By SPUDS JOHNSON Specialists Tallahassee :'meats Employees committeeshave South Florida, declared itsj but 33 ounces. It was that his
and
community
county
'i j j first dividend in over two years. son-his first born-had died after
been notified to resume the ,
', : FARMERS SHOULD: FIND VITAMIN C task of checking compliance and +---- a ten-day fight for life. The
IN PLANNING father, I. W. :Mansell, told of the
'\ I \' BENEFIT assembling other data needed to RECORDS BROKEN
4 I ,,1 f COUNCILS IN FLORIDA Everyone needs vitamin C, especially carry out the direction of Con- ST. PETERSBURG-Tourist registrations efforts of neighbors and physicians
,I to the little mite. He had
I children, to keep teeth and save
gress.It In St. Petersburg for ''
; 'j I if Until needs are definitely deter- gums In good condition and pro- was announced also that cot- I the current season reached 48,739 gained two ounces since birth. But
mined, there can be no satisfactory; mote general good health. Fresh physicians in the Tampa Munici-
will on March 3 to surpass the record:
1 :r of until faults are ton price adjustment payments pal Hospital said he was too small
J method supply; citrus fruits, for example, are richer be made to farmers. figure of 48,503 In the 1929-30 sea. f
t :! ': found and clearly outlined, there than most other kinds of fruitIn Paymentswill son. The registration book for and too weak to survive -'

t i:.'th'!I, can be no adequate corrections. vitamin C. In addition to the be made to their all producers actual on- tourists is maintained by the cham- e Governor Dave Sholtz and Chairman C. B. Tread*-ay o.. ''e :'te
application, on :
''i. ,, Knowing the faults of a system citrus fruits, canned tomatoes and to the amount of their production i ber of commerce. ROAD TO MAINLANDKEY road department inspect part of the new equipment to be I i I' :he
f',: ;'" and the needs of a community a tomato Juice provide vitamin C butoranges up road department's traffic inspectors in an increased drive 4
; Bankhead allotments, of the dif +---- WEST KeyWest has 's '"
I i r ,< ,"f?:, group may lay definite, constructive two or three times a week, safety over Florida.Fortyseven .
and ference between the price of 7-8 NIGHT CLUB ROBBED abandoned its hope of seeing trains
C'' :;r.i plans for improvement fresh lemon Juice
or grapefruit or members of the
inspectors, patrol which ,
; of and farm Inch middling spot cotton at 10 HOLLYWOOD-Five bandits Invaded running once again over "the rail- iv u i'rKn:, ,/M
+ ;; ; regulation supply and Insure an '
variety I
give more designated markets and 12 centson the Hollywood Country club, road that goes to sea" Decidingnot and sponsored by Treadway to eliminate motoring ru/arih ,n 1] iu! ,
practices. Two
ipr'/ of vitamin C. I
,;; Upon these fundamental points adequate tablespoons supply of orange Juice a day, I' the day of sale, but will not swanky night resort, and fled, the to oppose the petition of FlorIda were assigned to posts over the state this week after gradim I ns from
I M tomato exceed 2 cents per pound. sheriffs deputies were told with East Coast Railway receiversfor an intensive training school held at Ft. Myers.
i r la based the farm planning coun- or about twice as much I
between $17,000 and $18.000. Last permission to abandon the hur
I ''I i: ell, which is now being sponsored Juice, Is the very least the baby
I DR. COLSON of the patrons had departed when ricane-damaged line stretchingdown
1 by the State Agricultural Extension needs.
J, .. I'I Service In 49 of Florida's 67 I Dr. J. H Colson, widely-known the bandits, flourishing pistols, across the Florida Keys, the
Aside from food values both or- physician and citizen of Gaines- forced their into club Monroe Commission, voted
,1 way the County
: E counties. What Is the farm plane -
\ ;. 1 anges and grapefruit add zest to ville, died this week, and news of where Sophie Tucker is currently unanimously to seek purchase of For Expert RepairingSmith's
r ping council?
and fruit mixtures. A
dairies Juice
tr!
I is his passing caused deep regret appearing. the right of way for an overseas
The farm planning council
F of lemon Juice Improves
teaspoon among friends In all sections. Dr. motor highway.
a ,II i formed under the leadership of the almost fruit drink, and in gel- SORORITY
: any
\ Colson spent most of his life In GIRLS" LEAD .
1"1"J' county and home demonstration atine and other fruit desserts lem- Alachua served in that
,
1l K County TALLAHASSEE:-sorority girls
agents and it consists of farmers, on Juice brings out the main flavor LINES PREVENT ACCIDENTS
county and the commonwealth in made a higher than their GaragePhone
[ civic club members and others of average
,
{d' );ii0 : or tones It up--with prunes, TALLAHASSEE Center line
,.,1' the county who are interested In the Florida Senate, was! superin- non-sorority sisters at Florida marking of hardsurfaced state
for example!:
tendent of the State at
Hospital State College for Women
: duringthe
1 ; i rH ; agriculture. With the council highways, started by the road de
(: I Market economists predict for Chattahoochce at one time for first semester which ended 120
I recently -
}
?;, f formed, committees are appointed partment In 1934, has been the
030 and the next few an and attended to the
,
I years some years a grades report from the
; l, to study farming conditions as means of preventing hundreds of
{ i' v they are In the community. After abundant supply or oranges and ailments of countless thousands college personnel office shows. So-
; accidents and at the same time has Wrecker Service
grapefruit and the usual supply of during his long and successful ca- rority girls make about one- Day or Night
' data up
'f i' nl;, j obtaining on production, been extremely beneficial to the
lemons, If weather conditions are reer as physician and surgeon. The third of the student of L
i [ costs, sales, demand, home needs, body approximately motoring public Chairman C. B. _
. i better. that knew him for close to
and other phases of agriculture, average or They say writer forty 1,750 students. of the said
Treadway department
' retail prices of oranges and grapefruit years and does not recall ever -
: | these committees submit reports to "
i i
, today.: "Since the work began,
will be on a relative level another who measuredmore
knowing WOMAN: IN POLITICS
; the main council, which studies "
he stated 2,318 miles of road has
I } hi't with other fruits. The freeze last toward that attainment sometimes WEST PALM BEACH Pauline
;1 i them and then maps a program of --- been marked, with a continuous
winter In producing'sections killed called a gentleman in every Burke Carr, business woman and
I:' + S activity and recommendations. This
center line painted for a distance of
?
r j program is planned with the Inten- many good orange and grapefruit I sense of the term-Plant City Enterprise civic worker of West Palm Beach 1,046 miles and the dot and dash SAVE MONEYTAKE

!, I tlon of reducing production costs trees back to the trunk, but, nevertheless will be a candidate for Democratic line applied to 1,272 miles
L
i/ i I regulating production of crops to production has! been steadIly Dr. Colson was well-knewn In National Committeewoman from

, .' f demand and farm and home needs, Increasing this section, having relatives In Florida in the June Primary. Mrs.

i I Improving farm practices, and eliminating Bradford and Union Counties. He parr said she decided to make the

f the faults which have TRAIN SCHEDULE had been superintendent of the race after consulting with Demo- NO CHANCES. BUY A

j been uncovered. Florida Farm Colony, at Gainesville cratic leaders and outstanding women -

I The county agent" and other Extension Our schedule changes Sunday, : since 1928; he had also serv- throughout the state and receiving -

I 4 j Service and State Experiment January 3 and trains will run as ed in both houses of the legislaturefrom many assurances of support of wtu MONEY-BACK GUARANTEED

[ Station workers may be called follows:: Alachua County, and at one :

.'' i in by the council to make rec- SounthboundNo time was physician at the State .------ Don's depend

f I oramerKiatloBs and to render other 1-Due Starke 11:31: P. M Prison Farm. MILLAGE REDUCTION on OIII-fn.blo.- USED CARNo

S assistance. No. 15-Due Starke 4:28: P. M. MIAMI: BEACH Governor Is' w ... In.annre.

i 1, Once the needs of a county are No. 107Due Starke 9:11: A. M. WIND HITS MIAMI Sholtz told the Miami Beach com- 1 Inenlre. about
t No... .... .
tail
determined and a constructive program : No. 191-Due Starke 10:23 P. M. mittee of one hundred that Florida's ptod.ral.ed. to time moose topping
MIAMI -The twister
wreckageof PolI"I.. ...........w.h.*.Ihe b.M uwd cw
It of activity is mapped, it Is :' Northbound a carnival show was! the chief millage probably would be value la .......TbM*. why w. ooy-
i logical to believe the the Individual No. 2-Due Starke 5.03: A. M. sign of an erratic wind and rain reduced to "two or three mills" In us TODAY FOR "SeleclaaY.lcanoddri..1&twoel.

|' farmer will profit by following No. 16-Due Starke 12:10: P. M. storm which swept parts of :Miami July, and that the State Treasury ._Let.-.w..Dd Omar help
& 4 this program. No. 108-Due Starke 5:13 P. M. with a five-minute blow. Some would have more than $1,000,000 SPECIAL BARGAINS Ton d.cid..Taia-If yon...not utl.

Y Much of good to Florida agriculture Starke and Wanneo Branch thirty were cut or bruised In the bank. The Governor' delivered Led It U a reel bon.wo-aoodo.rr.i.e.
persons .
bring U hck cod will hieb..efarir
and to rural citizens in gen- No. 101-Leaves Starke 7:00: A. M. during the brief disturbance carry- the (dress of welcome at the nfaod.-ywvld.d.nlr you mo T thMtb. .

oral should come from the farm No. 102-Arrives Starke 1:50: P.M.T ing winds measured at forty-thvce organization's dinner celebratingits .CM U la I.. original...dl..o.. .."
I j planning council. J. GRIFFIN. miles an hour. Several homes tenth anniversary.'

1I; were unroofed, windows broken, J. W. Andrews Jr. .

BOREE FUNERAL HOME trees uprooted and power lines BIG TAX PAYMENT "
i a severed, but the carnival-caught JACKSONVILLE F lor Id a's STARKE FLORIDA .

Full I line of Caskets & Undertakers Supplies 1 just before opening time-waa! largest single tax payment-$1- _

'tit, AMBULANCE SERVICE hardest hit.About 000,000-was turned over to the

} ,!} T'.r.rrtt'.e. : '' PAY ANP v>tall; ._.__. state yesterday from the estate of -

53 PHONE 53 fifty million men, women the late Alfred I. DuPont. Execu-

i' O. II. BENNETT Mlfr. and children drive an automo- tors told Comptroller J. M. Lee What Do You NeedIn

"A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" bile every day.Education the sum was! to be "applied upon
the estate tax which may finallybe

authority, is determined to be due and payable -
one
says
y1i TT -I IJ supposed to make people ask questions under Florida la....." In a joint Printed Forms, Office Supplies, or Social Stationery?
about things that have always statement, Lee and the executors

t been taken for granted. But said the preliminary payment was (Don't tell us you don't need ANYTHING!)

would that be constitutional, says made now to aid public schools.

I the Charlotte Observer, .

MEANEST INDIVIDUAL LETTER HEADS RUBBER STAMPS AND PADS

PALATKA The head of the

family which was so mean that For business purposes and social usage. You find new uses every day for rub-

members stole pennies from a blind Special attention given to work in two or ber stamps and the time you save will soon

Do You man Is located in this city. "Blind more colors. Your letter head should be a pay for them. Also best quality inking-

Tom," negro peanut vendor and work of art-get away from the scratchpad pads. _jj.
I familiar local streetswas
figure on the
EverWonder the victim "Can you tell me variety

what kind of money this Is?" Tom

asked of a couple on the street yesterday ADDING MACHINE RIBBONS

J "It Isn't money at all," he ENVELOPES
was informed "And I gave a man Of course you knew we carried t>'pe-

two sacks of peanuts and 40 cents Sure, you can buy them already stamped writer ribbons, but what about the adding

/ Whether the"Pain" change for it." Tom moaned. It from the Government but they will have machine? We have them too and the pa

ej R Remedy You Useis was an advertising token about about as much personality and individuper rolls upon which you add up to see

the size of a fifty cent piece put ality as another striped suit at the State how) much money you'd have if e\ervone
:
SAFE? out a manufacturer of electric
by
Prison Farm. paid the bills you send them and you did

: EXTRA "LIFT" IN H-C Ask Your Doctor equipment. n't have to pay the ones they send y"u.,

and Find OutDon't


? i t l f ; means 15% to 20% more DOCTORS KNOW STATEMENTSSome : SECOND SHEETS

+ I i business houses stopped sendmgthese
smooth Entrust Your ; out during the depression but the No" use to buy expensive papers when

power Own or Your Family'sWell Mothers read this: time has come when you can reasonably appearance doesn't count but !if y s0.do|

Being to Unknown TNIII rriM expect a fair return on your investment in need the best we can furnish watermarked
TO NIUiVINIi a'three cent have bond in all sizes-even that extra long legal
i stamp.Ve a very special -
Ifi I Preparations i COUT1r4TION size that you can never borrow from!
price statements.
on
; THE person to auk whether the I Ill your friends. Also that thin onion skID

you or your family for making copies.
are taking for the relief of headache
$ u SAFE to use regularly is your i A cleansing dose today; a mailer CARDS
family doctor. Ask him parti..ulHrlyabout
quantity tomorrow; less each tune,

He Genuine will tell HAYEK you that ASPIRIN./before tIN i until bowels need no help at all. For business political and social uses. ODDS AND ENDS

diicwtru of Bayer Aspirin most Why do people come home from Either printed engraved or ernbossed. Rubber bands clips all kinds:! of
I remedies advised gem
"pain
were
hospital with bowels
I against by physicians as bad for the well-regulated watch?working like a Too many styles.to name, but samples are binders even ink in quart bottles we can

vlomach and. often, for the heart. here for your inspection and all prices are save you money on all of these. There
Which food for if The answer is simple, and it't the
is thought lust
elk s sll you must be n- .I i
other that
seek quick, safe relief. answer to all your bowel worries if reasonable things escape

L k' ;_ Scientists rate Bayer Aspirin you will only realize it:many; doctors now, but you can ask.LEGAL ,
among the fattest mea yet discovered and hospitals use a liquid laxative.
: for the relief of headachesand If knew
you what a doctor knows,
WEDDING
the pains of rheumatism neuritis INVITATIONS
and neuralgia. And the experience you would use only the liquid form. BLANKS

4- of millions of users has proved A liquid can always be taken in The folder type in white or the new. l
ji it soft for the average person to use gradually reduced doses. Reduced Don bum your legal blanks-bu> them
color. If
ivory must economize
-= regularly In your own interest re dosage is the secret of any real relief you on this from us.Ve have everything you'II] net
member this. from constipation item we have a line that looks like mortgag'ing !
.
engravwhether
-'-m> -o>-7 ita i You you're buying a cow or
One gallon could lift a 4-ton Triceratops 2>$ miles! Aspirin at can any get drug Genuine store-simply Bayer druggist Ask a doctor how about this. Ask your like! feels like engraving but doesn't cost ing your home. Our blanks will do ."' "' .

by asking for it by its full nam. I laxatives have very popular liquid engraving thing but pay the mortgage. :,'
become.They give the
BAYER
Ask the Slnchlr beater' ASPIRIN. Make it a
point to do this-and tee that you right kind of help, and right amount
ii ;t, get what you want.Bayer of help.The liquid laxative generally
; Agent Sinclair Refining Company (/Inc) j used U Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin Get 29 On The Telephone, Please, James

f ; j FOR HI.NCLAIli PKUItUCTSrilONB Aspirin It contains sense anthesetnboth
t 138 naforirf laxatives Quit on form no

l i f +tt: r' J. H. WAINWRIGHT Agt. i I habit vu in children So, try Syrup Bradford
i$ f i _! !iw, I Peptla. You just take regulated Telegraph
9h
,tN; STARKE..FLORIDA I lose till Nature restore regularity.






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.%RKE DIRECTORY seems to run straight" down between '1 i to the office to ask the white chief I In spirit .slunk! away towards theechiefs goon -- I .IH it'1 r s

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH IAT0I the coral |I I, for some news of Lilleo fare. Rehua. Mala's mother I Lilleo scrambled up I the beach { f1 rand
Re' C' B. Price Putltorsunday I "('II take a look You and Hastings "Patience Mala'1! Brannon would stole after the despondent girl. / began herager search for j i
school 10 o'clock a. m, keep an eye on the men" He say "She will noon be here" She placed' a consoling arm about Main AH she hurried on, always 4
j ThomaiSupt.. I patted the pistol in his holster significantly I 1 Two weeks later, Captain Buck- the vtihlne shoulders and whispered hearing away from the pier and its',

I 'Horning Worship 11 a. m. "I'll he back In a few I ley and Robbins. his Mate stood words of hopoe Into her ear. LII- I threat of recapture she spied a woman

y p U. 6:43: p. m ? mtnutt-8" I In the center of an excite groupof ter smiled her thanks and hurried'i'i biiBily weaving tnpa cloth, be'y'

1 'Ev'enlngVorshlp, 7:30: p. m. darted by CMAR.lt REID JONtS (Yom Mala stood at the end of the 'tunes and vahlnes In the TypeetUuge on with lighter steps fore a fare. The vahine darted '

S. s teachers Meeting WeOnesjlid theMeua&UuynMayetKTUM Jit.Lilleo line near the entrance to the tunnel : Lilleo, sad-eyed and deject- When Buckley's schooner heeledover forward to greet her.
__
ay) 64sp: 11\ Brannon called him and or- led I ., stood disinterestedly at the In the brisk breeze of the late "I search for Mala, my tane"
'!v.-ek service Wed- dered him to show the way. Mala I fringe of the circle. The Mate flu- afternoon and ran for the open sea Lilleo explained. "Does the woman
lesdav 730' prayer a Tofoun maiden, la In reus, and donned those supplied by hurried forward, his chains clank- i' ent In the language of the Typees, Lilleo lay hidden In Its dark hold.. know where the man called Mala
love with Main, a Typee; warrior the company. Then, picking up Ing as he tried to run. He lit his droned. out his translation of the Robbtna discovered her the fol- can be found" ,;'

i Methodist Church Taro, the chief of the Ty- their cups and bowls they began tutul!, Ms candlenut torch and message from Commandant Bran- lowing morning. Too late to re- "l.nlfwill be there she (
said
Rev B M Montgomery, Pastor. pw, demands Lilleo for hlnwrlf, their weary march over the dry, plunged Into the cavern. As they non. A joyous scream rose shril- turn her to the Island., he planned and she pointed i'4' .,.
I Sunday Sc ool-\0 a. m. but Alula Invoking the ancient hot coral to the quarries. walked further Into the tunnel Blow ly as he read Lllleo's name. Her to hold her until their next long white dusty gravely rood up the V
a m. law of the tribe, prohili arms flaying madly, she tore her :
rightto
rumble Buckley the wis-
i MorningVorshlp11 Phosphate is mined in open quarries sounded behind them. trip. accepted "Maruru thank !" Lilleo
you
Epworth League-7:1S: : p m her. Main and Lilleo are Packed tightly among the Then, a great cracking oun-1 rent way through the villages to Robbin's dom of this course, and Lllleo was cried gratefully and she sped y

I Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m. among the Tjpee; who \lilt harder coral, It is dug loose with I the still air of the pit. They turnedto aide."Lilleo1". locked In a small cabin below deck. I the road up ,

You ire invited: to all these serves Captain Buckley on his schooner, picks. Deeper veins are blasted.As retreat. A heavy hail of coral she cried. "Lilleo! I She accepted her fate with smil- When Lllleo reached the ; '
which has ilropped anrnor In the phosphate is excavated tall blocked the way The Commandant am Lilleo" I ing resignation planning, somehow quarry, t
_____ the lagoon. After the workmen, amazed at seeing a r L
a drunked revet pinnacles of coral, from ten to thir- lowered his head to plunge "Okay kid! Let's go! to escape when the ship dock-
Fresbjtertun; Church that lasts fur Into the night, ty feet high, rear beside the through. Mala; alert to the danger She sensed his meaning, and she ed at Patua, woman In their midst, dropped
\\Re'. igorge. H. Lowry, Minister the Types return to their Inland. pits. Nature has made up no hotter from above caught him roughly stepped forward eagerly to follow On the morning of the fifth day. their the tools and stared at, her. Reil- ,.

id( 00( a m.-Sabbath, School. Out Mulu, and fate other warriors working place on the face of the around the waist and threw him him to the beach. Taro caught herby the schooner rode into the harbor ley. overseer ever alert to thastern f ,

H Od( A -Morning Worship; tricked by Buckley with earth for as the workers diggingand back as a great block of coral the arm and pulled her back at P,!tua. Lilleo watched throughthe discipline of Patua. reached ; I., P'for

prm'n,, by the pastor. the connivance of Taro, are held blasting descend Into the crashed down before them. roughly. Lilleo, frustrated again. small. porthole Soon the ship the whistle dunging from his I'
,0 oo\ p m. -Young Peoples Ves- on the ship. Mulu fight furiously the sun burns down them pits Now. Mala led the way Brannon screamed and fought frantically was made fast to the jetty und neck, to recall the men to their +2i I':

f e .;..,'vlce. to eacupe, but he Is 0\(01'- steadily and no breath upon of coolingair I clone behind him The Typee forged but who was helpless In his strong Uurkley lumped over the Bide and tasks, but as he regarded Lilleo. t4 '
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dawned 'fir'It
;; to p -Evening Worship. com and locked In the hold. lie- can, ever reach them. I ahead through the dense blackness II hands darted down the pier to the shore she suddenly was Mala's upon. him that : i<( ;,
t turning to the Island from theiMhooner guided by the tiny of "Lllleo !Is Taro's vahine''" he an She lout nc time now in carrying woman"Mala1" i
Kimpuood Baptist Church Reilley lost no time In ray
dividingthe I
he '
Taro claim Lilleo shouted "Lookf
an light that marked the entrance to I }
7 L. G. Hemingway, Pastor new men Into squads and as- .
II'! his woman and forces her to I the tunnel. As he staggered on. Hnere come here! ;l' \:
Bible them
"",PI vices every Sunday. signing to their several
marry him. jagged chunks of coral fell around Main turned to answer (he Bum- ;
Services at 3:30 tasks. /
:u id 15 a. m. : Mala and his group joineda '
ro K m afternoon. CHAPTER IX squad of experienced men work- him A tortured scream filled the "How do you mon, and hla eyes fell upon L.I1- .,(

A long, low shack of pink and Ing deep In a wide pit, swinging I passage. Never hesitating an instant feel 11"' Brannon 1'' Leo. With a great shout of Joy, } ,.
BETHEL B.\\>TlST CHURCH white coral looked out over the heavy picks. Mala awkward with Mala run back to find Bran- I asked solicitously eta he dropped his pick and ran to '4 I

U<>>'. L. A, Donnley, Pastor sea. Its broad verandah faced the this strange tool watched the old non. The Commandant lay half- her {
:..i vices every first Sunday lone, dilapidated pier on the Island er man next to him as he chippedthe burled In the wreckage groaningIn I 1 "Fine! "Ulleo1"! he cried "Lilleo''" 71 1 r

<;uDlI"y School, 2:30: p, m of Patua The Island, itself, precious phosphate loose from agony. Clawing furiously at Mala lied.nounred '? r+ Main and Lilleo rushed to each i1' -

:f'' !fW.1I;, Study and Prayer Services/ one of the many barren atolls of the Intermingled coral. Expert with the earth straining mightily at the I ) ( other As they met he gathered

!.u tM Saturday night. the South Seas, viewed from, this his pick, this man stuck to his heavy coral, Mula tried to extricatethe 4) her In his arms with one sweep.* Y, '

office of the Oceanic Phosphate task with a mechanical Indifference. white man no longer a boss Ing gesture. Lost In their ecstatic '1d +

First Christian Church Company assumed the aspect of Only three months In Patua, to be hated and feared but a fel- I embrace they clung together, unmindful

;' KevV.. T. McOulre, Pastor an endless graveyard. For the he contrasted strikingly with Mala. low-human in distress. I of the men around them, t

Biblt, School, 10 a. m. burning sun shone down upon thou- Old and worn beyond his years he Mala worked with frenzied haste l rq S deut to i heir good-natured roar i d i
i ommnnlon, 11 a. m. sands of tall, slender pinnacles of stared: straight ahead duly with Finally, he freed Brunnon, He lof laughter. ,

I)' rnnstlan, Endeavor, 7 p. m. glaring white coral, standing like listless eyes; his face once smooth threw the strapping man over his d rtY Hrllley too, was amused, and he $

': Prayer) meeting Wednesday 7:30 countless rows of forgotten tomb- and firm like Mala's was deeply huge shoulders and stumbled again t was happy for Mala Halfheartedly I

Jt t m stones. Exposed to the glaring seamed, and the accumulation of towards the tunnel-opening. Struggling and amiably, he turned to the ,!
I, i I', ai,'Ding Second and Fourth rays of the relentless sun but phosphate-dust was ashy gray In under his heavy burden he ,r r v +.r men with his Inevitable cry "Work, t '
'um'ups 11 a. m and 8 p. m. shielded from view and from the his matted hair But. Mala did neared his goal. A thunderous i Walk!" !' fIle !

\\1 welcome breath of the cool trade- not see these things. He saw on- roar shook the very ground be walked over to Mala and Lil ,

St, .Marks Episcopal Church winds, men sweated at their tasks ly the steady swing of the pick neath him. The walls of the cave x leo and patted the happy boy on, j !
Service on second fourth and between these somber symbols of and, soon, he grasped his own pick collapsed, sealing the two men in aC the shoulder q tt'
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(!' [fifth! Sundays at 11 o'clock, a. m. death and swung It In clumsy imitation a tomb of coral-and phosphate "You can go home now. Main, F FV

.. Litany and choir practice at Sun-madness, tropical fever and of the man at his side. CIIITKK NAt he told him. di
.'::30 clock on Friday nights proceeding tuberculosis decimated the native When the day's work was done Main needed no further urging j j

Sunday services. workers almost monthly but each Male was near exhaustion. Ills the first crash of the collaps- I majestically 'Taro Is the 'out the simple plan she had so He swung Lilleo Into his arms and j ( f;

:. -- month, some black-birder broughtnew whole body ached, and he laggedfar ing tunnel Reilley and Hastings chief." :nrefully initiated through the II raced down the road towards bU ,

men to take the places of behind when the tired slavesbegan mustered their men and drove themto "Now what Buckley asked long days and nights at sea A thin I newly finished fare l Y
those who their lives to civi- the the (To He Concliulol.. ) l ; ,
gave long march back ton the task of rescue. Klvl, fleet the Mate sliver of light shone along ,
Tofoan for doctor "lIe says he's the big-shot edge of the hatch above her head I 1 ,
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BOB JONES -- -- ---- was dispatched 1I.I.
,. .\ The others wielded their picks around here and we cun't get away and that faint ray of light was her I ,

Comments On Here and shovels with a frenzy to cleara with his dame ray of hope( now She "lithe, j I Miserable 8
table with
thecabin's
path to the entombed men. "So what? rickety )
And Hereafter Creeping and squirming his way ""Well If you take my advice grace und. pulled herself up to the 1 .: r
Captain you'll lay off. A swell hatch. Clinging desperately to a ,
-'J along, Hastings wormed his way to I "
chanco we'd have of ever pick In' beam near It with one hand. she <
hole In the
a great gaping pink Mdn.y (unction b.dlr.nd
My peace I give unto you, not coral. He called frantically to his up any more men for the quarries pushed up the hatch with the other WHEN tuffw a nagging backache.. \ ., {

[as the world glveth." That Isj I Commandant within the choking, around here If we try to cross him Cautiously she squirmed her with dirtiness bwnlnq, scanty of too 4.\1'' : I
He dust-laden cave. There was no now" way through to the deck. frequent urination and gtttlng up at oe I 'j,), 4j.}, D
told His disciples.
what Jesus I II "Right you are, Mate! Tell the Unseen, she made her furtive nIght; when you ,U.1 l tired narvou. d:;.
I did not promise the disciples they !I Ii answer. chief to forget It we're his to the side of the uhlp. The all upset UK Doan'i PII,.. t .'' I
worked his back way ,
Hastings
way Doe,, .r. atbcclally for poorly f.f'' l
v"mid have peace In the world. Jesus X91x to solid I friends. I figured It was a dumb Jetty was behind her. She poiseda ; ,\ ,
i, P precariously more ground. working kldnayf. Millloni ol box** I(' ,,
''ived in the midst of strife all Pleading, curing! praying he ex- Idea In the first place moment on the rail then dove .,. mad every year. They arc neon ': k. I ,
I Ait Robbins conveyed the message gracefully Into the sell With sure mended the Ark 714t \ ;p
j Hi :ife When He was a baby Hispannth + horted the panting sweating men country ovtr. ye I : )
to greater efforts. The doctor too Taro and placated him with a ; swift strokes she struck out (torn neighbor! r.' .
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to
had to take Him away paced back and forth with ner- heavy string of bright green beads. the pier. Her course lay parallelto II I jl

prm-ot His life. He was always o y vous steps. two men lay perhaps Taro hung them about his neck the line of the whore her goal ; 11 1\\
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hounded by the devil and perse- dead perhaps dying In this ghastly and strutted proudly before hilt was a sheltered cove that she had I j 1j

tune! by the ecclesiastical powers. ?: An overseer hurried tomb at his side yet he coulddo people Lilleo thoroughly beaten seen as the whip rode. Into the la
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The\ rrled to mob Him. The storms I Mala along to a sup nothing for them. \\1' ,...',
When at length, they cut a pas- ;'.
bloat upon Him The Bible calls < ply shed around a ,al ,
sage through the debris Dr. Fraw- 11j 11\ l
Him i man of sorrows. Yet He bend in the white ley led the way to the trappedmen. j ;

nlw is had peace. He was never ; c' dusty road. Hastings and Reilley followed

disturbed They placed a crown oft x close/: behind him. .
) 'rn upon His brow and spat in I "t PK + "They're alive!" Frawley shouted "

Hi* race/ but He was still compos- after a hastv examination.. ,
;: e, going' up the hill with His IIzed Industry. A fresh relay was their sleeping quarters. Their "Quick! Get them out of here! :f I
;; a, as He fell to the ground but still being landed now from the dirty crude meal of coarse bread and Willing bunds carried the men '

'+11" served His composure On the white schooner that was moored kokopu was doled out to them be- to the soft piles of mats that Fraw- / a d d { ,lit\\ V'l'
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[triii' was wreaking its vengeance the ship herded the men Into a double were filled with warm water. Moat he worked over them. Presently
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f upon Him, the sinless Son of God file to march them up the wind- of the men devoured their food Brannon opened his eyes and looked OFFER K... 3 ALL lfYE OFFER No. I ALL POUF r (a' ''!
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saId 'Father forgive them, they ing roadway to the office on the with a bestial relish, but ]Mala, about In a daze. Good SloriM.. ai Tear POD ONLY ulhm AgriautluiUI. I yea POf ONLY ,1
t I know not what they do." In a cliff Captain Buckley went aheadto sick and tired, his spirit broken, "He'll be all right now" Fraw Country Ham. .1..... CauaIrT Bam.1 yoar ,
I world announced. "A few bruises. Th.Para 'Jourmal. I j.at .80 Th.Farm Journal l ye. .80
where there was no peace He report to Brannon. Commandant had no appetite for It. He drank ley i
AND THIS NCWSPATEBFo ,
AND THIS trewSPAVEBFor
,1 |had peace. We live in a world of the encampment and to collect deeply of the sickish, uncooled wa- that's all." 0.. Y_ Oa.Yea iL
J where there is no peace. There his reward. ter, cast his fish and bread aside, He turned his attention to Mala

I never has been such world-wide un- The slaves, for such they were and went under the shelter to lie He shook his head gravely i 1iIND

"! Jrest as we have today. Yet we destined to be, were called one at down on his mat. "Bad! he muttered to himself. CeuntryHa; MCCALeS I ITT

I may have peace In our hearts. No I a time. Brannon looked them over At daybreak, the men were "Here Reilley! We'd better get l
.,; I wonder the inspired writer speaks! and nodded his approval. aroused from their sleep by a shrill him back to the office." LgStOfY r reR

I of the peace of God which passeth "Mala!" Robbins called. persistent whistle Fearing the But, Dr. Frawley's first fears of THIS NEWSPAPER alts ..' I
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: I all understanding. Mala stepped forward obediently. wrath of the overseers, they scrambled Internal Injuries proved groundless. N

COne I He walked slowly for heavy Iron to their feet, picked up their Bruised and battered by the crush for 1 year and s '
man loses his fortune and In bands, held together with a weighty cups and bowls and hurried out- ing weight of the coral, Malu re-

I despair ends his life. Another man I chain, were locked to his ankles. side the shack to get their break- covered quickly under the physi
I loses his fortune but he stands up- His face was that of a beaten man fast rations. Mala obediently followed cian's expert care. His pain eased 3 Big Magazines THIS ,

Jon the ruins of the wrecked fortune who looked forward only to the relief the others. after a day of Intense agony, he NEWSPAPER

? undisturbed, because He of death. For five gruelling months. Mala. rested comfortably on the soft for one full 9, ,
yean
[ knows that "all things work to- "Why the shackles?" the Com- suffered the strength- sapping, kapok mattress, prepared for him

I gethei for good to them that love mandant asked Buckley heart-breaking toll In the quarries. In the doctor's office. And 4 Big Magazines
(God NO human being can real- "A tough baby! I'd advise you to I Men fell at his side and were earl Commandant Brannon visited ..

ly worry if he is a Christian and keep them on him till he comes to l ried away to die. New men, fresh ; him on the second day
I has implicit faith In the goodnessand his senses from the near-by Islands replaced "Hola Mala! tJow do you feel ?" I :Mif in. from Group A; 3 Magaiines from Group B j 4 In til '

[ protecting care of the Heaven. Brannon nodded knowingly. "A them. The overseers droned out he asked aolicitlously.

Jly Father. Worry is a sin. "Let :: lot of them start that way," he their never-changing cry, "Work, "Fine!" Mala lied. He smiled

I not your heart be troubled." That said "but they soon get over It. A work," and Mala labored on. happily pleased at the kindly In. Select Any 3 MagazinesFrom ,
what Jesus with But the five months had terest of the white chief. I t;
J's says to His follow week or two out there a pick t
ing. He says "if it were not so will take all the fight out of the wrought a marked change In the "A good man Frawley," Bran This List S.t.... 0..Me.-- ..l.d n,..Mea....... ,I Ii
I I would have warrior. The non told the doctor, "He saved I 1 to 8 Asal"..
told oth- Typee
you. la best of them. once. happy i s14s c./Y Nen.17Jawny" ,
jer words, "I am interested in you. I After the last man was registered graceful curves on his sinewy body my life." CluUtt.e./H."-_s lei aao...../ -yea iirhlwt"' .. : i:. a DI.,.,.,tetrypII..a . 1 1::
J Everything that Happens is for three overseers appeared from gave way to bulging knotty mus- "Then, why the shackles?" 0..__ I w.. '1- Ira 0 n.--.:: 1 w '
pour good if you belong to me. Everything the building and hurried them cles, read, It seemed to burst Frawley asked. "Hla legs were I HaiiMhold M...,...... _I Twr 0 .H.hal'1......., H..' (tor .... 1,,r.. '0." "--Map nsl .!., 1 w f
Malh.ra [J ''
not turn for I around a' through the deep bronze skin of his I chained together when we carried I Junior Horn ((10. ) ywr Mat.ll's..at- 'delak' alp
may out your along to a supply-shed M.c..U'* MCI9--. _I ,- t J . SR H OIl. krN 1 wOP.se
lease or temporary prosperity but I bend in the white, dusty road. Each arms and legs. His fine, black him here" I MoTlo ClauiaNMdloeralt 1 ywr a MaNthuN. ": (flare) 2'" H..."Ion" 1 p ,
I everything turns out for your permanent I man received his equipment: a tin hair', matted and unkempt, was the i "He was hard to handle on the 1 y....r. 00... Road Mrpss ,.. H_.,,, .. ; 1,..
Hood (BoT> -2 pints' H
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good If you are mine. "In I cup and bowl, a colorful cotton dirty white cf the powdered phos- ]J ship--tried to fight his way back: Paraato eta..d.. I -.. [J '.111I.".' (. ,) .. .lye. 1111 slanMe 40Makr.'.... .. 1p I:
I my much like to his woman." PaUiUadoi (...l&Iy) -.1 7.e. 8 Rwa.. Noe, Ule 1 p hi
Father's looked older I '
house are many man- : pareu and a sleeping mat of woven phate. He Pictorial B. I"ions, that !is what He says In pandan, the leaves and roots of the the veterans of the quarries about I. The doctor nodded knowingly i .....,....... Peewee -2 Twr C1 Roa aal4 Book. 1".. 0 .. .
I other words the him. Weariness was written In ev- "I understand-the same old story Bomaolia BlorlooScr I I y..r 0 !earaa \ 0 1, 0'uFrnalun., 1w
From supply-
have eternal tree. 21
an Tt.ttlutl.m -or.
you pandanus ... Boob Twr 0 1" 0 1ac"",, I ITu.
inomei am going to prepare a shed, they were hurried along to ery line of his face yet defiance Remarkable when you come to B.uthora A'lritntIr..n.1 _I Twr [J AnaIWw't, :' G"-" 1 rr 0 .... A.kalwht, lrrl III
I Place for smoldered in his think of it romance flourishing In C.oI..oioae. 1 ,.... Cssadllrsa.. 2'" .aalyt/oak/, .
you. Remember, He the only sleeping shelter that was still eyes.A W..... World I [J iMa J.-' ".i ". 'r INuld. ,, 1"
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hlU >seen there two thousand years. provided for the Polynesian labor- shrill whlstel sounded over this Cod-foreaken hell-hole .W>'Tlf/ -Clatk .,. of aka followbif (1'J n.... Thl porrfIM" :Ir. s. 2"". G96adY.RMMr. ,. 1 p
lk f even was already there when He ers: a flimsy shack of twisted bamboo the barren wastes of the quarry. "Well, I owe him something for I, of/ True Srory If you ",.". Only .*<. ..b.. 0 C soaN.rAMk 'IWbt :_, M.'a 1 1"
w'!m back. turned from their tasks life know," Brannon re- .filtttto. tow
| Our Lord has been thatched with the long taper- The men my you
|dung interior decorating in heaven Ing leaves of the palmetto, and and ran to answer the summons plied. "He'll have his woman. I Modor.Amoriaa.Mocaaal Girl t ..*_. ywr 7... '

I for two thousand years What a roofed with niau, overlapping co- of the overseer. Reilley stood In guess you'd better tell him Doctor; t j Ii DolLoalot. I TwrJude. .. / / 1 ,I ICuihu. t ,
(home we have beyond the skies! coanut fronds. earnest conversation with Commandant -! I'm afraid It wouldn't" do for me toi| I'ta,..... : 1 T Tar ar +

I:It He can make a flower bloom in The sleeping mats of the men at Brannon. Hastings quickly -\ get sentimental before a native." GENTtEMENj I Enclose: f Pled. S.nd M.

the the spring-time. If He can paint work In the phosphate quarrieswere lined up the men for their regu- He spun about and strode thru 0 Offer No. I 0 Offer No. 2 D OM.r No 3 0 Offer No. 4I g
exquisite tints about the hard coral lar, monthly inspection. Brannon the door i M
of a golden sunset scattered ... checking the magazines daalrad with 11 e
In only a few minutes, what floor On many of the mats looked down the line casually with With the news that Lilleo was to i dOD to you a l'eu's subierip. yi z
paper
must heaven be> after two thous- were pitifully small bundles, wrapped I little show of interest, for other, join him Mala looked forward with l v va

and years that He has been there In tapa, containing the few more momentous, matters were on new hope to his life on Patua. With e +t
putting the "flntahlng i touches" on treasured belonging of the ownerof his mind the permission of the Commandant r
line interior of our home! Chrls- those mats. Under the directionof I "Forty feet under the coral 7"Ihe I II I he worked late Into the night, after | .
tiane "It doesn't his at the Slraot or II.r.n- .
If of the overseers asked Reilley. seem dally job quarries was j
you believe It, what are Reilley, one ,
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ou worrying about? "Let not your Mala and his mates disposed of I likely." done, to prepare a fare for his va- J I
Bart be troubled. Some day our their own mats wherever they I "I know It. Chief; but there it bine. And each evening, before he | 'Town and 3uioor' p

lou I'd' ,i will' come again and receive could find room for them. Here, I .U. Right at the end If that tunnel returned to 'this task of love road, he I I . . . /II6 I
-and it the
unto Himself too, they discarded their own pa- I there- -pure pho pbate- sped eagerlY'down dusty i

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; Bradford County Telegraph Why ei.b the t'lenr, -.
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I experts gel wise to themselves ? Starting; appar.t1II', !

:.\::31, Established 1877 Every year these fellows.-who I Oklahoma the prun, :, d,,r ;-.11..

\ have more imagination than the I crow seems to I't'r,' "e:,....

,.! ,t"" MEMBER author of Grimm's fairy tales-- T t; state after State. s ',?, 1x .1

: :; FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION come out with fanciful statementsof ON6 Or' = out and shoots n nand ,1\ t 1
; to wear TLOR'DA'SMAGN'FtC.e.'T" serves It \ J.
what men are going up bni" ,,
;1,f'( H' I 1;:'". \ .. I J35 0 during the coming year. Y I or fried to a ep| I" ,::' Ilt"e!
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\; ;! .. .".,otwatd y yueAx" .' These Items which are supposed atROSI brave friends, and h ,I" '" lid' <<
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1 to attract the male eye and extract good. (

: I ::1' (I Ii Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class I j money, from the male pocketbook 15 In one commun i ,.

; I Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida 1! Include such tutorial masterpieces @ I Crowhunters Assormi, J ,' 'I'I. ...
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I 18ft "a hunting red tuxedo with I ; I IQ formed, this dalnu' ,,,I., .,. *..

Editor and Owner contrasting kummerbund" and } before a company oi 1 ,i,, aa ,lit..
: E. L. Matthews Illj"8L1 .
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iJilrts, nocks and suits every \ ) other night with tin I',"ij, I

I color of the rainbow, and a few results. As explain,.>i i 1\, ba MIl

: SUIISCKII'TION RATEYearly I shades that aren't even Included In r at lii; 1 1 cure who superlnt.-n. i,, ,,i the the fJII.
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$1.50 Six Month, 7:>Payable in Advance that famous array of colors. the birds were first ,,",,I
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I I To most of us a kummerbund then rolled In flour ; "
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Advertising Hates on Application sounds more like something you chicken. Some ttiedllb
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dunk In your coffee than an tasted like "
-- quail 01 ph""lnl, ,
: I I of clothing but needn't worry 1\\.
you ers compared them ,
1 l March seems to be about as windy as some politicians t iI.onea',, (
I' j over your Ignorance for If pant 1 =' iwo SPECIES I Jt'SYIN ) others to chicken :\,1.,i b"

know. years are anything to Judge by cIORIDPtyr they tasted. like crow nil

'oJ 0-- our stubborn males will go on r So very likely ihni! j" '

.' ''!I A man's learning and his earning power are about wearing the same blues blacks and doctor In Tulsa will s" ::!" power
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and '" <
grays In spite of the startling dark U
conspiracy '
an'
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I I[;f; 0---- (ho stylists. .. birds and thus a( <' ,,,|pi i, k
: ,,1M Today is the first day of spring. Now don't go and get -----0-- -- ; destruction. That ',\.1 i t II"' Una
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,' ONE-YKAK ('oLLE( E ('O{ farmers But !
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will .
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+i feverish. \ I. .,
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//\1.1\; ,. It was recently announced by :| some ways. The. c i n,
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() the University of Chicago that one i i man's most ancien.
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E ''j ,J The tourists are heading north, leaving-we hope-their of Its students Is expected to finIsh '' GOv RNORi associated with! civiiinti, .anp4moti, |'>.' ,jZ!

the regular four-year course of the beginning of < ul' pj?
12a.SONOUQICCt agrl
j !'t; dollars behind them. i s r ,, L !II
study In one year under the unlver-i the farmers may ("?. n", t "

+ : ''li, ;" G sity'a "new plan" the loss cf this robber, I ems

: :' Who'll be the first man-about-town to make an appearance How this new plan Is to operate ,- --+ nhlhlA

,' .,\; in a straw hat? I the article did not explain, but | Chicago woman ,1\i,',", \ Hi*

'J Ir" any arrangement that attempts to | band for divorce be ,u'. i it.,..
ltd
,::1', -0 I pack four full years Into one 18 their radio better th ,11\\ I .

::\\1 :1., { An exchange observes that cold feet often carry a hot- not likely to be successful and in- I s tt N --- A. OS

deed would seem to defeat the end i P' t Twenty ,
per cent nt' i
head away from trouble I Y i r.It1'tf !1'PuJ' .
toward which educators have been tlon of the United st r. .
t' c inee '
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o- all these 1
'" striving years. glasses.
r', ,:+; This week's doubt: If women always mean it when they More and more those in charge i, AOMINlS1'\1A.-da< _

d. uf our colleges and universities x '968"& 1
kiss ,
every time they meet.
: i) have come to realize that the val-! S'AOt'fI
{ : 1 w
o ue of the four years in their institutions c ; 1&q

,;.I, i A drunkard might lose his other senses but you never consists not so much in I tt' D

?4 :' hear of one losing his sense of thirst. the few and( oddly assorted facts I''- 1&\ "'(0 ,

'; '' that the student i-iclis: up from his
t ': -- text books but In the contacts he U SlO
\
1 j 'i, English people live longer :than Americans. Perhaps I1 I makes and the associations he

j \\1' 11 i'0;I'. there are fewer automobiles in England forms during the four years. % t

,< ,_ The student might have learned AI
-
1 ( enough answers In one year to en- .

1 I,'i.1 ;' The optimistic candidate is the one who pays his qualification title him to a college degree, but ,

,..." fee before he feels the public pulse. something intangible, somethingthat Largest of all American game birds, the WILD was an administration so full of political turmoil
'
\ I' cannot be had from text books
: I :'tf) 'V! f fP I. ---0 and cannot be acquired in one year TURKEY reaches a length of about four feet and intrigue as that of GOVERNOR HARRISON

: f f'r' G Some farmers are telling whopping stories about their will be lacking and a weight of twenty pounds. The south Florida REED during the reconstruction days followingthe

c, th a whopping strawberries. We hope they're all true. --.0--. species la distinguished from the northern chiefly Civil War. Many of the elder. citizens of the

r I I ,'wr / : ).\\ HABITS!! by its darker cast of plumage, and in considered state were disqualified from holding office and

t }\ ')I k o If you questioned a hundred dIf- the typical Florida wild turkey. Though once many negroes were accordingly elected to positions

: 'I"'I"I The exhibit of work done by women in Bradford County ferent people on what la right and exterminated over vast areas, this magnificent na- of high responsibility, resulting in bitter feel

'' /1'"11 ))j sewing rooms is well worth seeing. it visit. what is wrong to do on Sunday you :
I y Pay a tive bird is now fairly abundant in the larger; and ing, dissension and agitation. It wag during this
t. ,\ I ,;d'' would get a hundred different answers t
'; ,: '('; ,' o more remote swamps due chiefly to the efToita of period that the cession of West Florida to Ala /

I' ";' ',;:: The girls find that the only trouble about Leap Year is Some people we know will not the State Game Department bama for o one million dollars ww defeated. /

:' r, I that some of the men can leap as fast as they can go to a motion picture show on Never before or since in the history of Florida! .

It': Sunday; others will go out of town
t ,!,L 1'1"f t h hi 0 but not In town; while still others military
Of America power.
Ill II' 1, A psychologist says people should do what they like best draw no lines. We once knew a Eyes Third event to make banner ANNOUNCEMENTS

}i i (" to do, but the lakes couldn't hold that many fishermen. minister who would not go to the Watching Europe heads was Germany's sudden military FOR TAX A *'':8'0It' _
postofflce for his mall on. Sunday.
+ + the Rhine In
--it h reoccupatlon on I hereby Announce myself a candidate -
Some object to reading the comic (INDUSTRIAL NEWS:: REVIEW) violation of the Locarno Pact. This far the office of Assessor of
An Ohio newspaper suggests that taxpayers need a battle sheets on the Sabbath Some wo- Vane of Bradford County .subject
The eyes of Ameilca are again was not unexpected by the expert to the will of the voters. at the coming -
:I" cry. What they really need is a vacation. men go for automobile rides, play turned toward other shores. observers, who were sure Hitler, : Democratic Primary Election to
mildly athletic games, but will not be held In Juii" Your vote and sup
o The trouble and trouble of the would do It eventually have been I port In solicited and will be g.at-,
; + sew a stitch on the Lord's day. .
for two whenhe l ty apprectat..d.H"Mp."trully.
wondering a year or
utmost serIousness-Is In
i. 1 ; Doctors can now perform some operations without leaving Others think It all right to sew if putting would act. Hitler the .
its In both and justified COME
Europe E.! W.
:/ ,1 ill"" scar but most want to show locked in their private rooms where appearance HayeR
i people something for their Asia. The potential Importance of occupation by saying it was nec-
, i \ f \ no one can see them.
{ .j' to German that
money. what Is happening in those continents essary equality no
Whether or not it will have any FOIL t'\X .%M'tFMsou l
, I ''I }! 0 puts the long drawn out .martial intentions were behind it I respectfully announce my candidacy -
1 influence on others, Mrs Roosevelt But for Tax Assessor of Trad- TAKE ALOOK
q I!' t Itellan-Ethloplan embroglio in the Germany's neighbors especially -
f : / There is a law in England against a person letting weeds seems to sanction knitting on Sunday shade. France think otherwise. I the foul DemocratIcotera County. subject 1 to In the the will com-of

l'' t grow in his garden. No wonder the depression hasn't been so which many women will not One dramatic recent event was French commentators are free to log for primary election June 2. I have
indulge In. A recent newsreel thirty-one years been a taxpayer
I I; bad over there showed the President, his wife and the assassination of a number of say that war with Germany is inevitable of lliaitfoid County and, If
J elected Tux
} high Japanese officials by war- -some say next year few Assessor I guaianteenil
i4'n his mother grouped around an open '' the favors. Information, accnmodatlonx -
seeking army officers. The Japanese put the date farther off than 1938. and courteales. that can he
t I ,)+ Someone has said that President Roosevelt is twenty fireplace. The President stated that I censorship closed down tigl't, Both England and France are be- give through that office I will at the tin
\ i he was speaking on the Sabbath al.p.e'I| late your serious conaldeiatlnn greatest
.; ( years ahead of his time. Well, we're willing to let him serve and all the while he spoke Mrs. but reports that drifted out indicated ing very polite to Russia these vote find nmHintancpII .

p ,' I'I I, five more terms. Roosevelt sat in a chair nearby, ] that many regiments of sol : days, and there is talk of military P (Bob) DE IOREST. you can buy
diers were In a virtual state of re : agreements between these powers
1 {r I --0 quietly knitting volt that the military authorities' to unite in case of trouble. Russia, I FOR TI \\; \"oR starting as low as
.. In view of these many variations hereby announce mvaelf a candidate
Europe is coming closer and closer to war while the only had the more conservative civil au- in turn, hopes that England will 1 fni' the office of Tax Assess
of what Is right and wrong,
1 thorities help her in case worst comes to of Bradford County, subject to the
on tbe/Jun. Emperor
;, ;. thing that looks threatening on the American horizon is the perhaps the fellow who said "eachto will of thentern at the coming
Hlrohlto to worst in the Far East Russia is >
t managed finally bring r emo<'rntlc primary election to he
, ;; Easter hat situation. his own conscience" was right order out of chaos, and elaborate tho connecting link between Eu- held June 2. In asking for thin of. 51ft
after all. flee will stir that I WEEKHere
am thoroughly
:t 0 I preparations are being mad! to rope and Asia must keep an eye familiar with the duties thereof end
-0--- punish the assassins. However, the both east and west as a result. promise If elected to discharge. the
Elastic dresses have been introduced in Hollywood. TWO WAYS OF BATINGSomewhere I ditties. of said office In an efficientand
i way the Japanese wind blows Is England has announced an ar- courteoim have for you
:{ I In between the arbitrary manner. I deeply appr..late we
Friend husband is interested in knowing if they will stretch clear-there la in the
given
1 I a strong minority mament building program of un- support me four tire
l rules of writers on etiquette "the tops" in a fine
years ago and attain solicit
, : from one season to the next high places that believes war is precedented size-.a | careful your
:..- nnd the ugly habits of savages lies program so i I consideration and support In Goodyear'
low
inevitable, thinks that now Is the vast and elastic that nothing the coming,: primary. priced -
more
0 the happy medium of what is the
time to the trenches and atari i I Respectfully. yours,
dig than futile guesses can be made 1 famous 1st line economy
I Streamlined automobiles look soft and most pleasant and convenient way as LOUIS 1C HILL
mighty smooth
of the neces- firing. to Its terrific eventual cost. Special tire the PathfinJer-
through
& jl but folks who have been run deer by them say it hurts just getting operation of eating very a meal. Second event to make big news attention will be given to buildingup I FOIl T ,X fOMITTOn sold that'ihew
r sary 22 million ,
I hereby .. over
was Roy Howard's interview with announce my candidacy
as much as being hit with Model T. and her air force, and to making
; a Modern man Is getting more to succeed tiiynelf an Tax Collectorof A value
more away from the idea that he Dictator Stalin of the U. S, S. R. It equal to Germany's, which is nowsupposed Bradford .county subject to the good it isl!
0- Stalin told Mr. Howard unequivo- to be the best in Democratic primary to be held on give because
has to convey his fork to his mouthat Europe.On June Z, 1916. I have tried to r..nd..rYOU we can you
The Business Men's Club cally that Russia. was prepared to
wants some interested farmers Germany's side there is
,
some exact angle dictated by a a ru faithful honest and efficientservice people buy millions more
'' i' to before the fight Japan, or any other countryfor mor that Hitler and Mussolini during- my second term of
Commissioners
appear County at their next social arbiter in order to be accepted are office other
a* your Tax Collector I Goodyears then any
that matter, If a pacific set- earnestly -
hit' i: ; meeting and ask for a county farm agent In polite society, but on the getting together in building a new solicit your support, and If
tlement of
difficulties could not be elected make.PATHFINDER
again I shall
ether hand none of us would like to alliance Some experts: however continue to .
o made. The , >r referred doubt render you the Name service aI
espelally if this la
habit of the true
revert to the eating have In the pant. wCARf.
:. +I Two Georgia Counties in recent voting have turned Arab tribes as related by T. B. : to Japan's'encroachment on I There Is the troubled and con _, A. KNIGHT COiOOB F4I
the
+ Lawrence in "The Seven Pillars of theoretically Independent Mon- fused picture as It looks at
4 pres-
r against Talmadge in favor of Roosevelt. Doesn't look if
as golian Republic which Is a highly ent. War can break FOIt T\X: ('01,1.K('Toil :
next
Wisdom. out weekor
we'll have a chance after all to see how red suspenders look 'important buffer state to Russia. I respectfully announce myself a
{
Here is part of this author's description next year on any one of a half- candidate for the office of Tax Col-I
I against a White House background. :; of a feast in this far off 3talln said: Russia was prepared to dozen fronts. Italy Germany and lector, subject. to the action. of toe '

{''i'' + o land: take up the s\vonlany( time to Insure I Japan are the worst danger spotsIn June ltenorratir 2, 1938.! voters I feel at that the I primary am In every of- j Built with Supertwitt Cord I

+ Mongolian freedom. This Is way niallflert to .
: two men came staggering those countries there is Rive the dutiesof
There have been startling medical One the first time that Russia appa- the office efficient and
some cases lately. has competent '"
through the thrilled crowd carrying rently a large measure of public servl.e Pledging a full and I ; I IAIf'
; girl i is sleeping and can't wake up, one is hiccoughing and the rice and meat on a tinned made its position clear -- and I demand for another holocaust of faithful discharge of the duties of i '' "" ,t
s whether you like Stalin's views the office. to the best of my ability, "
cant stop, while another is laughing and can't stop. We can copper tray or shallow bath, five not he has the or the 1914 variety I ...01l..1t.and. will appreciate. your . feet acroRS, set like a great brazier reputation of meaning support In the coming primary.. ,
bear it just so long as no one gets a chronic case of baby talk. on a foot. The bowl was now : exactly whut he says, and of LEE .\o.:.; OJN''ES Respect fully CA1tLJOHNs. It'Sjl ,

u bilm-full, ringed around its edge backing up his threats when the FOR RE-ELECTION ';'
tier time is ripe And Russia PFIIIIK I ; :\' I>Kr: OF SCHOOL
by white rice in an embankment a under the I hereby I I'l
I Some South American countries are dumping coffee i iU in Soviet; announce myself a can \
foot wide and six: inches deep, filled has become a firstclassodd State Comptroller J M. Lee yesterday didate for re-election to the office
: the sea in an effort to raise the price. A cup we tasted at anoutoftown took time out long of Hupei' 'Inteiulant of Public In
with legs and ribs of mutton enough ''l
t struction of Bradford
.; + hot dog stand the other day tasted like the cook till they toppled over. The centre the fingers fragments clung coding to to ask Florida Democrats to give to the will\ of the County Democrat MuhJ..t )- !
they had to be '
?"it had heard of this and was serving some of the dipped-up pieces were the boiled upturned carefully' to make the next licked effort him the a second term at the helm of :2 voters. Your In the vote Primary and support Election will June be1: I

heads (of mutton), propped on slip easier "" state's fiscal structure apprerlared.Itesiectfuily. I
d ocean. away. Comptroller Lee's ) A. J OFIIFFI3 )
their severed stumps of neck so announcement
After the end of '
the meal. he ,\'
0- that the ears, brown like old leaves, follows"To: the Democrats of
I says: "Those of ua who nice row "('..nor. "
I were 110 "In
1 A town ordinance in Long Beach, California makes it un flapped out on the rice surface I would Florida: Based upon the manner In I I
to the
go end of the tent hereby announce 'myself a ran-
which I have ..
( fulfilled
lawful for male citizens to shave between January 1 and February We turned back our right where the flap of the roof-cloth my platform "' for re-election as member of
sleeves to the elbow and pledges of 1932 and the official record School Hoard Iilxtrlot No. 3 subject 'I
1k 29. The ordinance was created to raise money by fines ped together. dip drooped down *., an end curtain of accomplishments and District to the will of the voters. In nal.l
servIces June
nn
2 191H.
i end Your
on this vote
;t 1 for new fire equipment. They'd better hurry and get the new "The first dip, for me. at least scrape the elan thickest handkerchiefwould of the rendered as such official. I and support. will 1 ire greatly appreciated REGIS1iFGARAGE ::1

.w+ equipment before some of those whiskers catch on fire. I was always cautious, since the liquid fat from the hands." hereby announce my candidacy fora Respectfully. ,
{ 11's v j was so hot that many unaccustomed Guests who second term as your comptroller, Ktaffoid. U Crew.

; \ "When think that for o and 'I fingers could seldom comoda fed at the could first not sitting be had ac- subject If elected to, the I shall Democratic primary. 'I'.. tae ..I..'. ""'""l nerd- \
fVU; you eons eons your ancestorsgot bear It'e would knead be- their turns at continue to serve t..l..ei... t Vf Rndterd '. nl.' -

along without a diet, is it not'strange that all of a sud tween the fingers neat balls of rice common dish and dipping children Into and the In the same Impartial and aggres- dlda'e I hereby annnunre myself(a""an-.tp* L;
sive for l
.e-'rtlon
manner"The
;' : I ; den to the idea that and fat and liver and meat cemented slaves of School to the office
we. seem get we have to have certain came last Rude habits suchas I Board Member for District

: fir } ;ts foods, or else-Dr. Thomas W. Brown. Yes, but whenwe With the by right gentle trick pressure and the* rightconstruction these make many of the dictatesof on aggressive comptroller campaign stated -he taking plans elected I emocrntieeprimary. June 2:I 1936.of the If

yI fit see the pictures of some of our ancestors we're willing to the little lump held although our etiquette most of writers seem silly, the trump shortly otter the first administration I' promise a of fair the and duties Impartial of- '

''t anything. together and came clean off the want to us would not yet of the month to meet Florida Dem the I" office. Your. vote and support Starke Florida .
give up our Individual solicited and will be
ocrats face highly' '
hand; but when surplus butter and kips nap- to face for an accountIng pr.clated. ap->

of his stewardship. I Respectfully,
.1.4' PUCVATT:


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