Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 27, 1936
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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;I IIE I IFTl'.8E\'EN .. __- STU1KE, FLORID-\ ..'.IU11RCII 21, 1936 '-__ NL\lnF.1& T\\ 'r\'-ONE ;!




Those who take their politics seriously I appeal for twenty-five able-

find It increasing difficult I bodied men to work on the Camp- '
'LUCKY DAYS ] to remember all the candidates who : bell Construction Company's road
i I t t&u.ft
I have announced to date for the project near Lawtey was receivedthis I

I I Governorship race. There Is now a I week by R. f Shaw, time --- I With 4 Cars Out
I IJ total of eighteen men seeking to I keeper at the local WPA office.
E. L Dies Following
\\Money To Be Given Biggs Each County To Have
, } steer Florida's ship of state during I Mr. shaw said that so far he had -- -
J;, away Each the next four years. The authentic -I Pneumonia been unable to supply the request AdmillistrationCommittee I Three Days Shipping .:YJI'. :"j":'' ''
list, an compiled this week by I ; and asked all men Interested In BRADFORD GIVES
I i'':I SaturdayJRE the Florida News Service, Is as : Attack this work to report to him Immediately Bring Growers f ih;;;;
follows: ; '

& .ATTRACTED HERE Grady Burton, Wauchula MONDAY AFTERNOON elsewhere, at the present time is APPROVED HY WA LLACEGAINESVILLE AREA I. ,

Stafford Caldwell, Miami at a low ebb. Only 166 personsare The Bradford County Red Cross ARE GOOD f,

.ooperative plan to attract Jerry W. Carter, Tallahassee Dr. E. L Biggs, prominent phy- employed on the three projectsthat I Further Information -I! Chapter lust week contributed Its

e crowds from the surround Dan Chappell, Miami i sician and surgeon, died early Sunday are still operation: the wo- 1 on the new federal farm', bit $23, to the national fund! being
trade territory to Starke during Fred P Cone Lake City I morning In St Luke's Hospital men's sewing rooms. the court program and how it will be con- raised to relieve suffering In the Heavy MovementExpected ;

next six weeks has made greal I Iss R B Gautler Miami I I I' in Jacksonville following an attack house addition and! a county road ducted In Florida was released yesterday I. flooded areas of our eastern states Here I '

with the signing up ol'nty William C. Hodges, Tallahassee on pneumonia. In his death project. The weekly payroll ia by A. P. Spencer, vice-di The floods, which so> far have ,
leading businesses in varied Amos E Lewis, Marianna I Starke and surrounding communities said to average around $800. rector of the State Agricultural caused 168 deaths, have made thousands Monday et ",
Carl Mapoles, Wakulla suffered the severe loss of one -----.. Extension Service homeless! and have caused Bradford County's strawberryseason '

'ese stores, under the sponsorof Mallie Martin, Ciestvlew I of their most useful and popular The new program concerns Roll property damage In the hundredsof opened with a rush of fruit r'' ,n

the Telegraph, have agreed Leslie J. Miller, St PetersburgNoel figures Although death came after SITAMOREQuestioned conservation primarily and, there- millions of dollars, swept the this week that exceeded the hopes" .,

five away $50 each week under; A, Mitchell, St. PetersburgB. a week's illness the news wasa fore, Is different from the AAA. New England States the Ohio Valley of the most optimistic observers. ;

an, the details of which may be' I IIe F. Paty, West Palm Beach shock to his many friends who It does Include payments to farm- I Pennsylvania, New York State Through Wednesday afternoon J "-.

: ned from any of the stores list Raleigh Petteway, Tampa had continued to hope to the last ers for certain specific practices, !I and as far south as Maryland. They four express cars had rolled fromLuwtey e t .

111I clow I Peter Tomasello, Orlando I.1 for his improvement. however were caused by the melting of un- while Starke shippers re'I' ;
' is planned to give away $2S Frederick Van Roy, Crystal Erie L. Biggs was born at Mill- AT STATE FARM Each county will have one committee I usually heavy snow drifts accompanied ported a truck movement of nearly I
I view on April 13, 1890, and had '# ta
'fl t: prize and five prizes of $3 I River 1 for administration of the i by torrential rains 2,000 crates, ?,
J, R. Yearwood, Winter Haven. I been a resident of this county for program in the entire county, but I -- Production In this county la l expected I
're; flic following twenty stores have ---. I the past twenty-two years He at- there will be as many community to reach\ high point Mon- jt Ily

( ed to take part In the plan and tended school at Stetson University I LINDBERGH CASE COMES committees as are justified by the CROP LOANApplications day and shipments will bft heavy 't

expected that additional merits HOMESTEADERSCan I! In De-Land and at Emory University CLOSE TO HOME: IN II number of farms. Farmers who I Friday nnd Saturday of this week '{1-

will coperate !in the plan by In Atlanta, Ga., receiving his NEW MOVE\ agree to use for soil conservationacres The fruit now ripening l la described I .;

time !it gets in operation medical degree from the latter. ,---J.-- that were formerly plantedto I as being among the finest ever
Ip Top Grocery Save Taxpayers Soon after graduating he entered Activity In the Lindbergh kid. soil depleting crops will receive seen In Bradford and bushes arm E t

,irt Furniture Company practice here, where he became naplng case canfe-close to home payments from the government literally filled to capacity r
limp's Store recognized as a leader, not only In this week with questioning by To qualify under the program, a I BEING TAKEN The total movement from the ku f 6
ernborg's Store LARGESUM his profession, but In the civic and an Investigator of Harry Sit a more, farmer must make an application, county thla week l Is estimated at ; \

cobs' Store social life of the community. He convicted jewel thief, at the State which must be approved by the 130,233 pints. The average return '

radford Hardware Company was always faithful to his practiceand Prison Farm near here. county and state committees and AVAILAHLE; ONLY TO to the growers is said to have

unova's PharmacyIvarez LEE URGES THAT ALL met the severe demands madeon The case of Sitamore came to be finally by the Secretary of Agriculture THOSE UNAIILK TO GET been around ten cents a pint, which

Store COMPLY WITH LAW his time and energy without known here through the repeatedtrials CREDIT ELSEWHERE; would mean a total of more than '

ntrunk Seed & Feed Company I1Y APRIL 1 complaint.Dr. of Mandel* Scoby, Tampa Such crops as cotton and tobacco $15,000 to farmers here for their j +If' J.PY

em's Garagee Biggs is survived by'tits wid bondsman on charges of aiding the I are soil depleting, while legumes Application for emergency crop week's picking '

Quality storeew Homestead owners can save the ow, Mrs. Ethel Griffin Biggs; jewel thief to escape the prison are soil Improving crops-that Is, if loans for 1030 are now being received The season seems to have staged st ,

Deal Service Station Florida taxpayers thousands of three children Erie L. Biggs Jr., several years ago. After going I they are not removed enl Irely from In Starke by Mrs. Alma somewhat of a comeback in the h }

I Iwxander & Companye dollars by filing with their countytax Enoch R Biggs and Dotty Sue through two mistrials Scoby finally the land Bain at the court house Plant City section and twenty-

> Siatrunk's Service Station assessor their application for Biggs, all of Starke. Also survivIng jumped his $10,000 bond and 'I Shift of cotton tobacco, and peanuts The emergency crop loans will five cars were reported to have ;'
are his mother, Mrs. Martha Sitamore has been In solitary confinement been loaded there Wednesday. Government ,,
mark Furniture Company homestead< exemption on or before I for harvest to soil conserving be made only to farmers who can- t
"' ..lyes Service Station April 1 as provided by statute and Biggs/ of Lawtey; two brothers, W. at the prison since the attempted crops has been recommended for not obtain credit from any other reports show prices there

i ignolia Fish Market carefully checking land descriptions S, Biggs, Georgetown, and D. C escape. carrying out provisions of the Soil source, as provided by regulations dropped as low as six and a half
, gh' Service Station according to rough computa- Biggs, Hastings; and five sisters, When questioned at the prison Con evntlon Act. A producer Issued by the Governor of the cents a pint. Quality of fruit In
,t !I u'en Store tions being made.A Mrs A. H. Harley, Lawtey Mrs, last week by Robert W. Hicks Investigating should have at least one acre of Farm Credit Administration The the Plant City section I Is said to ,,,, ;

, R lohns & Sons Store checkup discloses that the cost E. B. Wells, Lawtey, Mrs E E the case for Governor soil Improving or conserving crop money loaned will be limited to thefarmpr'R have, Improved slightly.
of advertising and certificating Barthlow, Mlddleburg, Mrs. Roy Harold O Hoffman of New Jersey for every five acres of soil depleting Immediate and actualnsh Six cars were reported out of '
assessing Roberta, West Palm Beach and Sltamore intimated he had Information I but r I
ROADfsT"ADVOCATES of land runs bet crops <' needs for growing his lO.'Ul: i Louisiana Wednesday, movement
a parcel 1
" Cllchrlst Brunswick, that ).64."i1 hl be worthwhile I to eel''
Mrs T. S. from there is not expected
,' anti In no Instance may exceed -
' '" terthan one dollar for each item Cotton producers could shift a crops '
,; Ga. In the case Hicks has not hurt Bradford County prospects be- '
- and homestead owners who fall to maximum of forty per cent of thPlr $200 to ono farmer. d
", tax Funeral services were held at yet revealed what Sitamore told Farmers ore not eligible for caiiHO most of the Louisiana crop ru{, ,
with their county base acreage to the soil building
TEND MEETING AT 3:30 o'clock afternoon'root him other than to say that the different market than
f sessor by filing the as-I : Monday crops, but the total shift in any .emergency crop loans! If they can goes to a 1
, \JRt.ANDONOTHING blank or who list the wrong the Baptist Church and were Jewel thief told him of a Midwestern state must not exceed, twenty-flvu borrow from un Individual' production the ono depended upon here. .

i DEFINITE I 3r block number may throw this I conducted by the Rev. C. B Price, extortion gang which might per cent of (the state base acreage.A credit nll80chU lon, bunk, or More buyers are expected to ar-
assisted by the Rev. M C. Stith, of have Home bearing on the Lindbergh other concern FmmrrH will also" rive here tho first of the week to
from the burden on the State and their ,I thirty per cent shift la recommended '
,1:KI delegation the Rev. B. M, Montgomery case of the ,
Jacksonville, tobacco be considered Ineligible If they tuke advantage unusually ,
should flue-cured
$t K ,d! l 13 Association attended neighboring taxpayers, and! the Rev. George II, Superintendent L F Chapman for fiivoriiblu outlook fur a record production ;
be cent for have an application' pf'n.linj.with\
ant! ) it the Road Department perty entitled to exemption pro-I doubt that Slt- growers, nnJ twenty per '
Lowry. Interment was in Crosby expressed anything the Resettlement Administration, of fruit here this season ,
e"d, for harvest.
iianiici Monday, but were un- roneously asses Lake Cemetery under the direction amore had to tell would be of valuein growers of peanuts have received assistance from that Growers are "all smiles" and believe -
State Comptroller J, M. Lee yesterday ,! Recommended payments for production
q > m'"' 'n getting any definite the
case this or are indebted there me excellent prospects
Issued! an appeal to the ore. of depleting crops removal organisation year
"Iln. that the Incompleted Hicks at the
Also questioned by I of this
I to the Reselllemont Administration : making Home money year
file this soil building
to to
application l shifting
Wit 11 1 this highway between lomesterul owners C. A. farm was Samuel W. Care by the
Active pall bearers were orison for loan. thAt will help repay them for
an act of Include: cotton, six cents per an
kJ J' and Yulee would be I promptly with their county CO-I Knight, W. E. Torode, II. C. Wall, Ick, serving a sentence for kid- I crops pound for each pound of lint removed As In the peat, the security for Four! lean neusonn that this section -
t il I I" this year. operation D, A. Monteith, J. G, Godwin, L, D. naping a Cuban official In Miami. five an crop loan will conPllnt has experienced i
flue-cured tobacco, emergency
i, onrtmcnt did Include In I lals. I and E. W The reports on Sitamore and Gare- : A
bonnie Harley ---- --
Vining, the flnuncctl -
of first lien on
for n crop
controversies "
that future cents and peanuts
"In the hope : per pound;
miles of this road be Governor
seven lick will given to '
be avoided and extl'llburdens Srlffln. harvest, one and one-fourth cents Landlords or others having MUSICAL I ,(
and Italia for may the
Uee before next
bearers were close Hoffman Tuesday '
for costs of items Improperly I Honorary pall Seventy-five cents per Iln Interest! In the crop to be financed ,;
I $201'-1 per
action of Bruno
i was Friends' and medical associates. time set for the execution to waive FILM A RITZ
sales be would ba for put will be required)
included in tax may tore paid acreage i
I1! <'' Yulee unless
m- portion.) member of Richard Hauptmann new
The deceased was a
In favor of lien to
heir claims a
$ + .. interest here In the den averted;" Comptroller Lee the stated following he Masonic\ Lodge and was also evidence Is discovered In the mean- nto) soil conserving or improving I the Goveinment eif the Farm Credt "CORONADO" TO OCCUPY ,
attention to
new budget was $317- 'I am calling vhile crops. LOCAL SCREEN ,
a t Shriner. Administration until the emergency $
H San Ma- quotation from Chapter .. ---- SUNDAY
I n ad 28 between --- ----- ----- ---- \
the State of Florida crop butt I Is repaid.
L70CO, Laws of
i ';imnell
.+. -_ I massed by the 1035 legislature: RESUME OF WPA WORK IN COUNTY Francis .uar'oll1"a/Jlor; Checks! In payment of approved "Coronado," ono of the newest

I "Sec 5. It shall be the duty of I Francis Marlon Taylor retired loans will be Issued by the Region- nuslcnl films, comes to the Ritz ,
O)1 toys in Florida CCCtent each taxpayer! who claims said SHOWS USEFUL PROJECTS Baptist minister, died Wednesday I I il I Hmergency Crop anti Feed Loan Thvatre Sunday for a two-day run. '

( Roosevelt's C. c.1 exemption;; to file one of said! I -- morning at his home In Hampton Office at Columbia, S. C. It boasts an abundance, of talent ,! ; i'

carted in Florida In forms, properly filled out and | Through Federal appropriations ynrds of excivatlon. :it the age of eighty yenrs. He --.- -- ----.-- with Hddlo Duchln anti his very r 'a
IQ i five thousand boys I executed, with the assessor on | if about. $6 ,OOO, to which epon- \Vlde ,'waltp cooperation by had been ill for seven months. popular orchestra, Betty Burgess 1, e
and other states have I or before April 1st of each I''orlng governmental units adder) rounty rfflclaH, aided materiallyIn Although a native of Ohio, Mr MAINES Jack Haley Alice White and Leon ; 1'1

ovment in the forest year: and the failure to do BO lulietanUal! C(1ntributlons Florida the extensive county road Improvement Taylor had lived In Florida" for APPOINTED Errol.; (

boys were from re- I shall constitute a waiver of V/PA has carried forward ft program Involving twelve years. lie had mad his Next Tuesday Wednesday : lt

F and received $30 a said exemption for such year; distinctive program of permanent about twenty-five< miles of Important home for some time In Hampton' LAKK BUTLER LAWYER will bring "Professional Soldier" {

.' > services. provided, however, that for the Improvement- In Bradford Coun- thoroughfTi Tin work included whore residents had grown to IS ASSISTANT STATE'S with Victor McLaglen and Freddie f ,
1 ndents to Elltmlat-I year 1935 such claim may: be ty. District Works Director IIowird the grading and reshaping know and love him, and he will be ATTORNEY Bartholomew. McLaglen received! s sJ

thousand filed on or before July 1st, Lee, reported yesterday of the roadways and the comple- miMed in the social and religious on award for the boat bit of actingIn J ,
i .,-fits of this employ- 19:1: ;:)." Among the major\ projects were: tion of improve 1 dralnigr. Financing life of tile community. Hal Y Maine, Lake Butler attorney 1035 In the film "The Informer r

I. rhe present time "Homestead owners can render a Improvement and extension of was ninged\ through a I Funeral servlcus will be held at nod former. county judge ," and young Bartholomew will ? ,

imps have been osiperated novice to both themselves and to the airport at Starke. -: the Hampton Baptist Church Sun- was taut week appointed by Governor ho remembered!' for his portrayalof

on prlvatel -- 1 their fellow citizens by making application Widening and cleaning of Alligator Jay afternoon atI o'clock, conducted Dave .Shnltz as assistant the title role In "David Copper 'I, lb
1 mcl This report, j ji for homestead exemptions I Creek.Channel soring' Bond Trustees: by the Rev. G E. McGau- stale's! attorney for the Eighth Judicial field:'

ori"-irer Harry Lee provided by the statute as above Modernization of the sanitary Virtually complete, it wa* reported Icy The body will then be placedm Circuit: to fiR the vacancy Showing tonight at the Ritz f< r

<; nlv to those camps I quoted, and carefully checking lot 'ewer system at Staikc. la:: the Imp<
t// pi atf forest lands end! block numbers or section numbers Construction and improvement .tnlUi.ry sewerage! system In C. Jones Funeral Home and will A, S. tlrews, of Starke. session" from the host-selling nov fi E

1 (cI I by the Florida with their deeds.. .f the county court house. Stark This pldjeQt j waa set uj I beheld until June when It will be Jiitljjfe\ Malnrs! hud been mentlon- cl by Lloyd Douglas, ar
The number of "If every homestead owner willet Establishment of a sewing room to provide work for thirty-seven forwarded to tlollefontalne, Ohio -vt as n possible legislative oandl'Jnte ),11Irs.

i useful employ- now and carefully it will save project to furnish work and tratn'ng pi'metis through WPA grant of for burial from Union County but made +

pi ople reached by Inconvenience; It will\ enable tax for unemployed women. 53.933: Mr. Taylor Is lurvlvecl by his T s'"*,,mAnt he would not run aftrr Celia M. Dyal ak-'; '

r <'n be at least dou- ,I officials to intelligently prepareand Needed alterations and additionsto The sewing room project, financed widow and two daughters. Marie receiving notification of his appointment Mrs, Cella Margaret Dyal, 70.
'tt cn ups directed by consider the tax roll and will the county court house were by a Federal' grant of $12,500, !and Frances Taylor of Hampton, *
tiled early Wednesday morning rher
I which, after all, WPA grant of $20- two-foM,I purpose.It was ---.- --
nnunt agencies op- save the State ( provided' by served a as well as a number of brothers, home! In Sampson City. Sh>
stare are taken Into ream: the' taxpayers) thousands of "00!, to which the sponsor added an designed not only to furnish em- sinters and children by a former Canal Fund Refused had been ill about a year and 1m- d ''t

D Lake County Clti1 dollars. vJcquJte contribution. I ployment for women on relief rolls marrluge, living In the north. mediate cause of death was cerebral -
"I bespeak hearty cooperation Work on the Starke airport In- but aOao to provide articles of ----. Appropriation! for the cross- hemorrhage w
.. officials In this grading and clothing for others I tite whip canal had apparently: '
with our county eluded the clearing
Here Saturday She was a long
(t: ( cf additional ten Other WI'A activities in the I Chappell struck u nag thin week when Congress '
ms Become Active matter /stumping I an I County and was the wife\
+- to extend the present, airfield county Include the checking and Dan Chappell, Miami candidatefor : refused to grant $12,000,000for '
1 acres
of the late Keirian Dyal: prominent
ASSEE-Cattle owners Into verification of Bradford County will speak in Starke work on the project on requested -
to develop governor.
is expected ,
1 to be on. the alert to Refuse Ride-Killed I which an Important unit In the state airways records, financed by a Federal Saturday afternoon at 6:30: o'clock.': In a bill Introduced by Senator preacher of the Missionary Baptist:: Ii i

in Attacks of screw-worms, MIAMI-Mr. and Mrs Robert T system. Financing was arranged grant of $1,231.: : and the assignment It will be his first appearance In Fletcher Work on the canal was Church ,
Mrs Is survived by one son
tr Dyal
Becoming active with the | 71and 74, respectively WPA allotmentof of a librarian for the public Bradford County. Besides his engagement started several months ago with 0.1
ry' >" Hutcheson, aged through Berry Dye!, Sampson City; three '
warm weather. Not onI j at Starke. here, during the day he WPA allocation of $5,400,000 and
for the exer- library I .
tI preferred $3670. Mrs. Jim Smith, Wlnns- ,
end hogs, but horses, dogs at Madison\ Live without specific congressional authorization -
rather than ac definite contribution to Improved In all the WPA undertakings In will have spoken ,
r' g"o> cise to walk home A borough Va., Mrs. T. J. Gay, Graham
animals are subject tow invitation to conditions In the Bradford County were arranged'I Oak, Lake Butler Lake City and '
their daughter's sanitary and Mrs. Drlggers, Jacksonville.
rm infestations cept .
f livestock dead. She of Starke was provided by to furnish jobs for about 350 per- Palatka. ----
I Us warn. The of ride; today, both were vicinity Also surviving are
prevalence i mishap; and cleaning of Alligator sons, representing several times + Two Anouncements .
l""t this was the victim of a traffic the widening brothers Arch Green Ben Green t
*>lal) and It early la feared In the it season may In-Is he died of a weak heart and the Creek Channel from the city that number altogether. Tax Adjustment Meeting Two informal announcementswere I'and Andrew Green, of Starke; and I

an Increase over last in I shock of seeing his wife struck by limits to Lake Rowell. The Board of County Commissioners the only activity shown in two sisters, Mrs, D. Dyal, Lake ;;t
year started
The driver David This undertaking was Marriage .Licenses week. Fred Butler and Mr.V.. H. Struth. ;
goe to livestock. Medicine for an automobile. and will meet for the last time county politics this ,
ant of afflicted animals Is Breedlove, had just left a hospital under previous relief programs The following marriage licenses as a Tax Adjustment Board on Hazen, of Brooker, stated that he Starke. ? f t
to completion -
*hed by the government with. where his wife underwent a minor Is being carried forward a have been recently Issued by JudgeE. Wednesday, April 1, at the court would be a candidate for represen- Funeral services were held
I through
,et operation. by the WPA K. Perryman: L. C. Clemens house. All taxpayers who wish to tative in the state legislature and Thursday morning at 10 o'clock at
-.-- grant of $12, 39. The project was and Katherine Sponholtz; Fred take advantage of the law allowingfor I Mallory Thomas announced his in. the grave In Mt, Sinai Cemeterywith

JakuCk, Siberia, during the Giovanni of Italy, could see at arranged to furnish jobs for about Waldron and Ruby Alice Kelly; the adjustment of delinquent tentlon of running for reelection as the Rev. C. C. Crosby conducting .

of 1928 the thermometer night but not In the daytime. He 180 workers. 18,500 'David G. Crews and Gertrude Ge- taxe. for certain years are urgedto )I' % member of the Board of County Arrangements were la pe

rom 154.4 below zero to 102.2 was refused permission to land In I The work Include extends 19,950 over cubic 'neva Rul. apply to the board at this time, Commissioners from South Starke. charge of DeWitt C Jones.m'f ,4f" t tI 'j
above this country in 1928.


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....... Mian M. E. Crews, Correspondent South, Range i ',
I L. Gtwklna Correspondent MI. ASs N'' CorrMpandcatlira thence 11
Mn. Z. Z. GrlffI4.I Correspondent Hpe Edna Lewis. CorrespondentThe Alias Vera Gaiety, Correspondent Went tn Houu t .. 'a

. this community : This waa made very O. P. Raymond of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Norman visited Section Five South Twenty Rang. *' ,'i MI i ",,. ',,,
I The Rev. E. C. Hogan, of Jacksonville people of Mr. and Mra. A. E. McKinney community thence Smith ,
adult class
who Is teaching an relatives in the Black section to N"'I" ,, W
J"J filled his regular appoint- were saddened to hear of the death L and son Everettu who have been sad last Sunday when the news number of Suction Thlrty-fl\, .. ., t.

ment at China Grove Church last of Dr. E. L. Biggs he will be making their home here for the reached here that Dr. E. L. Biggs. here baa a large pupils. Sunday.Mr. South: Range 'N, ', :S K
She has her work beautifully arranged and Mrs. Claud Rowe visited thence Kant: to SOIIM,' I :
had In H
extend of a
S Sunday. greatly missed. We our past several years. have recently Starke. passed away Section Thlrty-fU' "

". i ': deepest sympathy to his wife and moved to Starke. Wo wish them Jacksonville hospital. Dr. Biggs in periods for matrons! friends in this section Sunday South, Hange, Tu: i ,, F<,

.,' 1 I': Mrs. Arnold Grlffla waa visiting family.Mr. happiness In their new home. was well-known here and had young ladles In their teens and a afternoon. thence South to .SiUN,. 10 lIlt 1 ;
Mr. and Mra. Earnest Harris of the for all above [ Nomhwest Quart "
't : each day
period ages
i : and Mra. Joel Jackson and G H. Hazen of Ralford. spent many friends who will greatly Misses Eloise and Ruthie Mae Township Six lIIoul'r"/, i '
Farm Monday.
I State sixteen, who would like a abort ty-one East
Jacksonville last week-end here with his parents miss him. He was known throughout Wilkinson in t I .
I !, Miss Melba Prevatt visited Miss Mrs. A. L. Jackaon of of Instruction. I spent Sunday Lawtey beginning." ,StSSt,', t

;' ';..;i Carrie Herring: of Hampton, the apent Sunday with Mra. H. H. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hazen. this county as well aa adjoin period well the with Miss Corrie Dinkins. SPECIAIj TAXs ,

last week-end. Lewis. The Rev. C. A. Crosby and children ing counties aa a poor man'sfriend This community, aa aa 1 J D. Griffls of Evergreen wasa TRICT NUMBER I n,, ii. '': <%
class are delighted with the work, trlct formerly kn..u < ,Itb..*
all in his to
and Miss Mott attended doing '
-, Albeit Griff visited Mr. and Mra. L. L. Conner of Gum Mary power and Mrs. Raymond expresses herself visitor here Sunday.The Beginning/ at the 1'1'011"' ,,, i, ; 1'
church, services at Corinth comfort and those In distress Section, "
ease Twenty-fK '
Rev. and Mrs. G. E. Jones '. i "til
of Jacksonville, Branch spent Sunday aa gueat of "
i Mrs. Dan Boree as being well pleased with the South. Range /
Church last Sunday.Mr. and we know and feel that his returned Tw. "u .,. P.i 1
to their home in Jacksonville
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner.G. I thence North to *
lout week-end. interest, that the class aa a whole Noin, .,,' tt
and Mrs. Paul Stewart are passing away will ever be a great Sunday after spending the Section Twenty-fum,, ot.
Dan Boree and aona Harold M. Bonnett.of Starke. spent r" ;;
; ; ; Mrs. Is taking In the work. South '
Range *
their in Gainesville. T" *>
now making home "u ,
and Doyle. of Jacksonville were part of last week with Mr. and In.Mr. of Some of the claaa work, will be past week the guests of Mrs. H. C. thence East to South i.. *
and Mrs. Willis
Starling WImberly.Mr. Section: Eighteen ,, .n *
visiting Mrs. Arch Prevatt, Satur- Mrs. Floyd Crosby. T h
//1 I of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sowella of Greenwod apent Sunday here with on exhibition at the postofflce and Mrs. L. J. Norman and South Range Tn..i5,," '' ,*i
Newon Mott Brooker spent
y thence North .
; ..1: day. building next week. Ncn'tl), K
r Mlcanopy spent Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. M-J.. Thompson. Miss Cleo Norman were visitors to Southeant Quartet ,,. "iiTownshIp
Sunday with H H. Lewis. i ,. ,
Liza Harrell of Lake City, Mr. and Clarence Austin of ,
Mills : Mrs. /Six. "''
her mother, Mrs. Sally Mott. Mrs. L. M. Murrhee and daughter South. /tin, "*
the State Farm at Raiford s
I was visiting Mr. and Mra. Z. Z. Mrs. Ralph Griffin and children,, Charlotte North Carolina are Sunday. two East thence W ? ,"I;;
"t .
H. P. Gainey and T. C. Hazen Ruth. were visiting. at the Miss M. T. Ricks Mrs. N. T. west of .. /h t
week-end. Betty Joe and Ralph and Mra. Harry corner I hi :-r. ,, ..
the and :
Grlffla past this week with Mr.
f/, spending tar of .
drove to South Florida last week- bedside of Mrs. Murrhee's daugh.ter. Green and G. TS. Jones visitors Section tn. i
f Miss Marjorie Hogan, of Jacksonville Broadway remembered here as Mrs. M. L. Watterson, and Mr. were Mouth Range Tw "sI\*>1
Mra. C. A. at St. Vin-
It' end. They were accompanied by Moody to Jecksonvllle thence :
North Iaoi
t. visited Miss Thelma Pre- Miss Ruth Bennett of St. Peters- Wednesday. to II, '
f 'j and Mra. Thos. F. Brown and Mr. ,
Elizabeth Elder W. M. Moody and Mr. Percy cent's Hospitol In Jacksonville, ner of Section Tw... i 7'
and Phillips ?
vatt Sunday. burg and Mrs. K. B. Watterson. South
I 4 Range Tw. > Vfthence
of LaCrosse. While their Sunday.
.. The Rev.. Q. E. McGauley, of and L. M. Gaines of Starke, spent Moody i Mrs. M. B. Meads who has been MISSION HALL West to the \ ,,, ..""w.
annual ner of
last Friday afternon with Mr. and they attended the meetingat Mrs. R. N. Crawford was called ; i Section Tw i ,,7
will hold services at China for several months in Jacksonville South Range 'iI
4 Brooker '
Hopewell Church, near Ft. to Olustee Tuesday to the bedsideof "Is the Anti-Christ At Hand a Tw. '. '
; I' Grove Church next Sunday Mrs. Floyd Crosby. Is spending a few weeks with her I Ilhe.e South to the -I .*J
; ; .!; Pierce and Mr. Gainey vlalted his her daughter Mrs. Bill Green, study In Revelations, which book Section:! I Twi, i ""
: I J;.. night, March 29. All are Invited to Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly. Betty daughters and sOI1 l-In-law, Mr. and who Is ill. son Andrew Meads. of the Bible is so sadly neglected, South Range Tw ,: s"v hln V1thence

: '( attend. and Doris Crosby spent Friday afVV I' It with that we West to th,. V i '
:: was sorrow
1' Mrs. R. B. Raulerson at Brightonand Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Butler was used at the Bible study houron ncr of !Section! Ten r..,"I'W",* "?

--- Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Raulerson learned of the death of our friend Tuesday evening.Rev. South Range Twin", ". ."' *';
......c.. V""' '' ''''-: ?,'''' '' '' >V'''V< '''''''';' 1'f'''' sad baby, ofPlant City arrived Iaoi:
: '' '' '' ''' '' '' '' '' '' '' thence South: ti. ,
I" 1 ,,1.., of Okeechobee. here Sunday. t 'spend the berry Dr. E. L. Bigga, of Starke, who has 1:3: says, "Blessed is he that of Section Ten. Towjj.nlp louihw., ", '.T! .

HOW TO "KEEP EDUCATED" season at th '' home of Mr. and for years been a devoted servant of readeth and they that hear the West Range Twenty-one.. 'E..!.,,Xts| ,be.,...T*

( \: .: Bead! Daily hue World. : Cunstruclive, News In O''I.O''I.t 1 1I ternoon with Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Mrs. C. El. Ctawford.We munity.the sick and distressed in our com words of this prophecy and keep tlon Seventeen to Northwest Towjuhlp,'''''u'ju': "tr r.TT lot?
to those things which are written Range TTventy one Ea,. XS
f "jn The Christian' Science Monitor Drlggera. are very sorry report South to .. .:
An tntrt.nttnmal P..", fi...,.._ | Miss Patale Edmond of Theressa, Mrs. Mary Reddish lit here at the A. L. Sullivan of Thereasa visit- therein; for the time Is at hand", Seventeen TownnhK sn, )1: wit.,

r' It. I''''' .11 Ih. .nilnirllv, ..,11 nr>w. but dn.. nut .iriloll trim and 'spent with Misses Lucile home of her son W. M. Reddish. ed his mother, Mrs. Josephine Sullivan therefore It is essential that the Range" Twenty-one KH", t.J| ,,',?..
,. 'r.'f 1" ...d.l. Man ltk. lb. .01", .... "fl. W.rM'. D.r**-..*. _t a |'Unr. tot % the night this week. Book be studied to the Northeast _r>r> r trm'ear
I 'r., tit. biitWaakly .....,. II hat int..r.tlln| fo.tur* pM"f for all lha family. A and Haven Crosby. We wish her a speedy recovery. diligently. Twenty Township six: n.;",
:\?; Maaaain. 8li m. written bf d..,linuUh.d ulhanllai ontonal .... of Ralford Reddish and Mrs. Ted Several new faces were In evidence Twenty-one J.th"; .. i S -iniXT
:' ....10. and. puliltral. problem. .l.. a .nrv.r of w.Hd affair. *. Miss Mary Mott Southwest corner of Hi '
I .. White of Raiford as well as some absentee s ': Te"
\ I ------------------------- ---- -------------------------- spent Sunday as guests of Miss were visitinghere WOO DL AWN ty-ight.' Township Six ',
I II The ChnfltUa* !Srlenc Pu.ilMiIn Society at the bedalde of their mother "regulars" who had found their Twenty-one East I th.'" .II'.R.nt!
"I' On., Norway Strwt. Bmton. IIIPliochu..1I1( Melva Crosby. :Mra. N. M. Bradley, CorrespondentMr. back this week. point of beginning. "All',
i'rJ'j Pl>... enter my ..criptlon to TH CMMIHTIAN SCIKNCV. MONITO Miss Clenona Edmons, of Ther Mrs. Mary Reddish. way Which are the resp, ," .. SD

,. i'H: for period of( essa, spent the week-end with Mrs. Willis Starling and Mrs. M. and Mrs. Harley Keene of There were some special surprises Tax School District. ,i i .JiJJ',

i : I{ 0 1 )I." $9 00 n 6 monthi f 4 50 Q 1 months $2.25 0 I month TSoWtdaeMUy Misses Lucile and Haven Crosby. L, Thompson and children were : a young lady "regular" before their conHolldm "
", tune including Mumim Section.: 1 year $2.60; 6 tuun iSo Cross City, were visiting at the beautiful of
'j"1 sang a her
visiting Mrs. J. L. Gaskins song own
M. J. Fonts returned home f. L.
,i :: %1 Name._____.___________ ____ ________. _____- ______. Mrs. while with her afternoon. home of her parents last week- composition "Jesus Walked In I F. S.: Tonnep Sapp .1 Znl\, II "Mn' ",,mi
after spending a "ol\'llirt\
I'' t Addreu___________. ._. ._. _. ______________________ end.Mrs. Galilee" while another feature wasa I W.B I'looitsworthl'ri/l( 0ll''.h|,
"hij1 and son-in-law Mr. and Drew Reddish and Reddishof
Ury Elery
daughter Happ flam .
94MPL COPY ON RKQVKST W. R. Kersey Mr. and Mrs. learned : lIul....
song forty and W. B, .
years ago Sapp ,
: .\\j1 Mrs. A. L. Jackson. of Jacksonville.Mr. Heilbronn were visiting; at the
Claude E. Nelson of Jacksonvilleand who ia W. M. Holllrgs- \ /II ,'
sang by a man now seventy- i-hnoi.
I Marcus Conner of bedside of
: ., and Mrs. their mother, Mrs. Mary n, V \I i
Mrs. Rosie Sandfle of Washington )trt1ivarea 'ti
1.jJ : Hellbronn spent Saturday night Reddish, Sunday afternoon.Mr. years There was also a O. W r ,
D. C., spent Sunday at the trio "Beautiful Stream." F. M. Norman J T ltrf: .
with Mra. Conner's mother, Mrs. and Mrs ul Green of Olus K. T, Crews Leon ,r
Beulah Kelly. tee, are receiving congratulationson home of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Brad- Only two weeks more until the If. L. Norman O E sb w,

Mr. Strawberry Grower and Shipper Anniversary service April 7. H. M McRiie. Alex Hal ,
j : of ley.Miss
Miss Evelyn Crosby Brooker the of a little daughter Thelma Gaskina spent Sun- You J I,. trnderhlll A. H i'' ,i
spent Sunday aa dinner gueat of born March 17. Mrs. Green will are urged to carry your R. D. Reddish Jo'ate01",;*i
day with Miss Winona and Retha Bible to all these R M. Alvarea Wllla,
services take ; \\l\am\ ,
Mrs. J. R. Kelly. be remembered here aa Miss Mar-
W. ,
have limited of Wire-Bound 36 Pint Pad Bradley.Mrs. notes and R. Halslap. I'harl.< \l-.arn
We a supply Mr. and Mrs. Bert Shaw and tha Crawford. like the Bereans "see If J M. Kersey Mrt. \.. ''tin;
' Winnie Wood of DeLand. these things be true." Frank Thomas J.t' njt
Crates and that will sell with Mr. +
: U-Pak Strawberry Cups we children spent Sunday spent last Sunday at the home of H. Thomas Lonni' S'5 ,alon

along with the common crates and cups that you have and Mra. Russell Carter of Hell- Alaska with an area only twice Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey. "\liTER'" II.'L..] W. C. Ward 3-8-1'" II i iMISTK1VK

bronn Springs. that of Texas has 15,132: miles of NOTICE( la hereby given that un-
.; rn been buying in the past, 6 common crates and cups and _. ?. .- --...- shore line while the United Misses Juanita and Geneva Hil- tier mid by virtue of a Final OA..r..eof NOTICE! Is hereby StIR gl, I halt'
hard were visiting at the home of Foreclosure made and rendered I der and by virtue of i i r :> .
I9 ;. 4 Pad-U-Pak Crates and cups complete for $3.00, the St. Johns County cattlemen are States has only 12877. Mrs. W. R. Kersey Sunday after- by the Honorable H. I* SehrlnK. ForecloHiire. mad, .i. it i cndm rr.of .
Increased Interest In savIng Judge" of the Circuit Court of the by the
showing + by HonorabU' II/ I Iifhrir
; ; Pad-U-Pak is guaranteed to deliver your berries to the and hay and I -- noon. 8th Judicial Circuit of Florida. In Judge of the Circuit < ..1 t jf t to

cowpea soybean The largest diamond ever found, Miss Doris Kersey, of DeLand and for Bradford County. In Chancery 8th Judicial Circuit '>i r Fl. rldi
p markets Free from cuts and bruises and should sell from in growing Vayana cane for silage. dated March 181 h. 1936, In that and for Bradford Cou \ 'hueery
'the Cullinan was made into nine Is spending some time at the homeof certain '
'I caiine therein 1 lately pending1between dated March, 3rd. ;I" it,,
10 per cent to 30 per cent higher than those shipped in 'large stones and more than 100 her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. The Federal Land Bunk of certain cause, therein !1.a' ,iti ndl/!
Columbia.I Plaintiff and J. E. Bo- between The Federal ?kaucl.
''' Bink.
the common crates and cups now in use. Try them out littles ones.Help. W. R. Kersey. hannan: and wife, Dalay Itohannan. Columbia Plaintiff and '-' I Fn,

Mrs. R. N. Crawford has returned et .1.. efendanta., the undersigned, colt and wife, et al, Doff...ilanli,n
; IM : and let your account sales tell you the story, we can home from Olu tee where she who was therein appointed aa Special undersigned. who wiltr! \\f. it
Master In Chancery to execute ,
pointed as Special' Mast 'That
y :1 only supply you with 40 per cent in Pad.U-Paks, but can IbpIauoo....--w. Kidneys spent the week with her daughter the flume. will on Monday the 4th cary to execute the _al., sill.\ .
: '-- wbld> .. l Mrs. Martha day of May 1930. during the legal Monday, the 8th day ,of \i| II..
4U1 fill all orders on that base; 5 per cent to 10 per cent discount ''T -1...U".. .,-Sald_- U s..r& f.setinr Edn.s 1 1I Green. hours of .Hale before the Courthouse during the legal hoiit--. ni L 'h*
BI.ad .&.,. .uff tsm door In Starke Florida Hell fore the Court House do Stark.
on large orders. ((100 @ 5 per cent discount, 500 rmCEUSUIFORMATION Up Nl hta. NnfiitMinM. ITIl.i.ii.lU to the lii.heKt and bent bidder for Florida sell to the high. nd I"*.
ir d% -for those euJTerlng from I Pmliu. BllTllM., Bonlnfc. Smuttnv United States now holds cash the following/ described land., bidder for cash the ',1 II! "m d,,
(@> 10 per cent discount.) ,iia.ae_& STOMACH, OR DtXH>KNALUl 0 It.kIng._ CddIIp; trr lb.Ds.i.'sr..rIpdoui0.t.zW1tsx. ........;;;1 second place among the nations of sItuate lying and being In Brad scribed lands. situate hnig''' mdbi'
, 0ltb I.KHV DUE TO HTPER. ) I ford County Florliln, to-wlt: leg In Bradford Counts fo'l: 'Utt.
ACIIlr-PUOlt; i>irxriON $ the world In the number of aviation N\4 of NWVi of NWV4 of Sec. SS, wit:

CONST! SEV4. Section 21, T '" hlr t
I SLEEP beginning" at Northwest corner South ,
Range 20 East'
, ; T J. L. IIAKRELL, Manager TO LEMS-4ESS EXCESS! ACID! OR HBAU&CMES.. Oil i Hang of 22 Me.,Kant IS, Twp.and 5 running So. of with the appurtenant '' 5

: Art lor a_copr ol Writlor*'. Kui-t 1320 feet to the 8. A. L, to be made pursuant' .dd Do-
:: LAWTEY, FLA. MITCHELL'S DIIUO STonE llwyi; thence, South and parallel cree to HdtlHfy the sun .", il ,\tl
:J ", I with the Weat Hide of the S. E. K. PERU', MAH .\"
S A. I*. Rwy. 330 feet; thence Wext Special Must", >'
to the Section line .l-O-Bt-4-3
dividing Seotloim -
I 34 and 35 thence. North
i :
.,' J -J- JN. _, alt: feel to the point of beginning M.VSTRIft ,StIR:
NOTICE Is herd) a II
f, i Ale! (ommenrlfla, at the. Southwest der and by virtue i icree D-
corner of Hertlon 2ft, Tp. 6 of Foreclosurtdered >, lr!
, South of Hang22 Kant, and by the Honoitiibring. 10
running Bant on the Section line Judge of the r'\\ Tithe
This exclusive 1120 feet ; thence, North 421) feet; 8th Judicial" Clr, "t '1''<>
't thence Went 1J20 feet; thence In and for Bard ford >
Super Con JenserTop meant South 420 t..t0 the point of Chancery dated Mat I is, i
.I beginning.CnntKtnlMMT. that certain causr > !i"'
4i I efficient and economical In nil 23 acres. more I pending" between th>. I I LIlt'
or IKM mid being" In HertlonM 2A I Hank of Columbia I'll, ,nd'u
"'. __ operation nod m, Twp 6 South of Uange 22 I>yal and wife, -t .,: s l J."'
I Fat In ilrndford, County Florida. |, the undersigned" wh., **
oO.j with the upplirtenunceH.. Hald sale. to appointed, an Special Mi "-
, .'. be made pursuant to said Decree, to racy to execute I hea' '.':
satisfy the same. and coxtnK daj '
3 OFTCB No. 4Soulh.m K. PKKUYMAN, < OrYitel":1: :: houi '' 01 i ;
. 1 year i An: Special i Master; In ChancelY I fore I the Couit House oj 1 ""='Ik'
, \ FOB XgttaultuiUi. 1 T 3206t17 Florida. Hell to the hlgl ,:-
.. ; Country Homo,1 yoarTo i1a7: bidder' for cash, the t, II "I' *
Ii'ii IwrctrLi' yea* f- Farm Journal. 1 yoa* :HERE I NOTIt'13 OF PKTITIO-V: scribed, Innils situate <1\ >I.- ;"'d ",'''
i Ing In Bradfol-d Countv !fo"' t rdatt'
AND THIS KEWSPAPEHFot is Supertn. 1 Take notice that the following" pe !I wit

Ooo ToarAttFTVH the Oil Burning Refrigerator tit Ion will tm prevented to the Hoard sniil of NRi! '. NE'i' I s *)
of Public Instruction for Bradford of NB(4( of NEVI ,"r' I*
.; designed especially to bring County, Florida at Its regtuar" meetIng Township 7 S. R JI 1 I I. <*'
the at the County Courthouse In WIA! of 8WV4 of NW' i -I, T)
1 most modern form of re Starke. Florida at 10:00: A. M. April of NWf of SW-4 "I>> I I'
14h1R7L frigeracion to rural homes. It 8th 19.14. to-wlt: Township" 7 S. R. 22 )I-" .
'TI '.'IH] no4iii 4 IF PI'111.10 i>r- with the Bppurtenaru; ,J Ito
anywhere because It NTHirilO* OK lilt 'U"'OIIIl be made. pursuant, < oIj, '*.

.: : ; ik THIS NEWSPAPER f' j requires no outside connections 4'4S1 'r1l. FLOUIII.V. ." cree to satisfy U. K. PKKIIVMAH the: sail. > I' ..'

of any kind-makes cold \ ., the undersigned qualified Special. Mastr-i' 'r

for 1 and [ [ by kerosene. electors, that pay A tax. on real or 3-8-5t-4-J __
year LI1jI ; burning Super-
__ -= personal property, each residents. of -
. fen is the most economical IJ Special T..xhonl: District Number M \"'1'1':11'-t HlfNOTICR
form of 14 of Bradford, County Florida. rexnectfully Is hereov gKder ., I!
3 Big Magazines refrigeration you petition the Board of and by virtue of a F .
THIS could have a.yP" Public' Instruction of of ft I id"elrw"!
NEWSPAPER for many reasons, Bradford Foreclosure made ai ,
-f County Florida to hold an election' by the Honorable H'i |
: I II one of which is that the burners to determine whether said Special Judge of the Circuit .. L U

: : for one full year 9 operate only about two No afatriclty/ no Tax School. District' number 14 shall 8th Judicial Circuit ..1! ", dl. ,
he divided
I ant shall become and for Bradford Counts
hours to make refrigeration running water, no moving three Special Tax School Districts, : eery dated March 2nd I",
I And 4 Big Magazines for twenty-four hours I each for the purpose, of levying ..na'collet.tln" certain cause therein lot f pert
or more. parts. Operates on karossne. ", a district, school tax for i Ing between the Federal fgage .
0 the exclusive' use of public free Corporation. Pin

. ., ; :. 1 Magazine from Group A s 3 MagazInes from Group B | 4 ia all Thousonds In Us. district schoolH within each such each special such tax respective. school Delia, Thomas., the::: underslgmntherein Widowfendants ,1 h,I;>P

( .T: Supcrfex i* mad by a comca"IIa".ice cubes(drinking district to be .. follows and with | ; ..
_ _ the following boundaries n'I': : \ ..
____________ pany that has served rural wterandicedbeverageLyoa to-wit: In ,
tii SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DIS will' on Monday the 6th InlOIII f
., Select Any 3 Magazines for more than forty can make delicious chilled TRICT NUMBER 10: (Being the di.trict .- during the legal h '5
yean-th. makers of formerly known as Vander- before the Court hour ;,
I i ( From This List 1.10... Me"' ...... si.cIThr.. Perfection salads and frozen'desserts.Now hilt): Beginning at Southwest cor Starka, Florida, sell t.>, \lj.' SCIin
: MIIIJG, Stoves and net of and cashIng 1
a >da.. Ranges Section EIght" Township Six best bidder for
: .i : 'ru. Staff -1 y.. a .ItIV. M....II Gord'". .. 1.YI'.. _ 0 ColIn..re.I", POVltiy---of. Superfex: i. mad to do tb* I Improved Models I South; Range Twenty-one' East' described lands .Ii't tand .'.\ "Itf
thence '
H... 1 East
1. .j .. Hirilt, '" to Southeast b..lnlIn
_1 corner
d. of
& OG
.j BISV Ho. < \ ,
Y. .
V CIo..t\.n. H.rald _S -- a CIVIII\III% .- . _ 0 0//.'"Pau''"" Jo. a 1", things that refrigerator mutt easy term Section Nine Township Six South Ida.. to-wlf: '11'''
a fIS. 2p" 0 110 "13 Range Twenty-one, The 814 of the SEtt'! .>l ,II
: p.. FIor Oo.r F1ourrtaJ 15. i do out in the This East!: thence, illi'
: IIh.' -.th. 1 YI'' 0 country to cnak year's model. all North, to and of the 8W' ,
l! Household MaaasiD. ._..1 ysfl a ... .) alI-.. II 1 '" surpass Southeast corner of Section the NE4! 40111Rang.
k lunlor Han* (lor Molhonl. y ,IuIII" H... .... 1 YI'' 0 5_ _In. 1 cold-plenty of Cold-day that have been mad. They "'ou.. Township Six South Range Section II), Townshli; "g II
: U ...C.II' : : 1 HIIft. CIn':: :: Twenty-one East!: thence East to th. 21 East con'
1 after
..... M I-:: -1 TOp.o a ..." .C": ; : 2;. 8 H.... "' '' : ; : ; 1", day and year after year. are more e/Jiciene-more/ beau. Southeast corner of Section Three, acres more or less, ill '
.. '''d
Six with
i .1 l'I.odI..cdl' I y- a 00'1108. .... 6" B "INse g'd .... 1 yr Fr th tiful. Their new design and ty-one Fast South Range Twen be made appurtenanceito I.. j nl i
i g.S 4.g: Bood -2 ... .. "" Food thence North to South pursuant
(Boy.) y. pmitt$ 1 YI' ''' .
.., 0 = ; ''!noted S 1", cream-whit east I and "to
IIOCb. corner of to the s
satisfy same
.l ; .- S ., porcelain 6nish Section Twenty-two
Par. .
Maaosla* -- "thIR4. 1 0 1
4 YI' and !Ic. I
till, t, PalhfiBdor (-..IIlT) _I y.t 0 l0taiiIIpr.WW. Ii,' 0 e..e,.11I. ".... LJ t.' 1", Always Handy make them "at home" in Township Five South Range Twen E. K. PERRYMV" hint"*"!
,s. i' '. ek Pictorial Bovl_ I Y." A 'torI" .tt 1 JP With any East, thence East to Southeast i As Special Master
h__.. r...... -' y- ",_'" . 1,5.' Q Pau''"" Trl";' 1'" Superfex in your kitchen kirchea.Th.adjuerable shelve corner of Section Twenty-three, 3- -6t-4->
C.! 80a". ...01_ I y..s B ...... Iob ,_ 1Y1'' 0' ../.. ''' 1" you don't have to run out to Can. be Township Five Smith' Range' Twen .
,... .. .u 1 0 '-or. arranged to meet th. ty-one Ka.t. thence MCSTF.fl'S '1. : _
so Iseb INS North
y. a = _" ... .. to North '
.. a .. B......... Agriaulioariot -1 y.... ,,,1G 1 0 Siec.ug '.ull."t.. 1'11I the well or down cellar every needs of each day's east corner of Section. Twenty-three, NOTICE I. hereby glv<"r. I'
I I t. r. T.... Coal.oaIouo 1 y.... 0"f.." a 2'"' c w,5..." ,....'",I tint storage. Township, Five South Range Twen tIer and by virtue of A ; "icree >"
t I q Won'. W.dd L ,... a "" ."s Jes"" II 3'" Wor,. .' 1" you, prepare a meal. Superfex can be bought on ty-one East, thence West to New of Foreclosure ma
.t I'' )t .NO'TI-o.,,* .... .fit.. 'followf.t Initial a -- .. S lycs InIoflo.CImMM,'Ai,'''' .. 1" Everything you need can be easy terms-plenty of time ia River. thence southwesterly along dered by the llonorabl, Jrt;';
.. ofT. ,... Starr If you ...". Only. *M iuk 0 aII.... Ct'I..It.\% U ,.PauIIr..If.( .. 1" 'kept right within reach ia said river to West line of Section bring. Judge of the Clr ;....
i I .z ........... all..4.Mod. 1" ...bichtopayifyouwlab.TeleSup.deL Twenty-nine: ;Township: : Five South, the 8th Judicial CircuitIn ',
''I ... ... You can keep fresh Range Twenty-one East, thence and for BradfordChancery "iL''
I : MwliaBl ft InT1 ToAo phone or write for a free demonstration Sooth along said dated March I I';, ,
line to point ""
I ge .. of be-
; '
S .I\ .s Doltaoarlottidqo> o j 1 -oa* meats for days at a time You in your own homo. ginning.SPECIAL.. that certain cause trier' f.

t I ,, I '7-" TAX SCHOOL DIS pending between the r.I*," ''r/ "
Pky.tcsi C"'"".. TOOI' U TRICT NUMBER 15: (Being the dis Mortgage corporation (IIf"
Blanche et .
A. I. Whltten
: .
CEWTLEMENi I Eaclo.e $ CLARK form.rly known as Hellbron): ;,
d..na.h. undersigned
I p,.... S4n J
o .r No I n Otter N.. 2 of the Southeast' Quarter therein appointed as NpfIn :
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EDITORIALSI Meet The-Seniors SCHOOL DAYS::> "' : By DWIG Letter ReceivedBy P.:- K. Yonge Student ?w : '

I I Now for this week's Meet The Journal Staff' Addresses Chapel '

to the Beet Interest of,4DFORD Seniors, as we promised. First for 1f tI I
gtfd the life of Grace Aleen Andreu. Last week in Interesting Notes High school chapel 1 had the ,
T 01' IT Vet 'fdea6 $ yd '
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111011 SCHOOL Grace began her life In 1918 on wall the following: "The Staff has pleasure of listening to two distinguished -

and Alumnae the summery day of June the nine. J03T) ) TUrt" KWCW or' $IT, TtultL ; (12.:55: and doesn't know what to speakers last Friday after h ID''

dents\ Patrons, teenth at her present home In I t"IE PLJl11rttttO do with it. Can anyone give UH a noon. Roscoe McLane, a student r ti
.-- Starke She has been very for- U\ Ootvba ,, "'!(tld! ()otT KeTCII suggestion' ?" enrolled in the well-known P. 1<:. ''J''

EDITORIAL STAFF tunate to only attend one school 10''a il v 1 f "I\\lS\ Dd) ; Monday an anonymous letter Yongo school In Gainesville was) 4 :r

+ tor-In-chlcf-----. W. Anderson I for her education which Is Brad 'yew t n. otter R"'ttT ehot ro from Lawtey was received by ua. the first speaker and Rev H. !. : '

lety Editor.____Dorothy White ford High. Here she has learned to 1TE ll T 't On a slip of paper was printed the Stewart Austin, pastor of the Fort 11'
erary Edltor-Marjorle Marwtck study and has grown fond of study. I T T ttr j article and written below was White Methodist Church, wall the :J'

e Editor ___-A. Z. Adkina. Jr. ing Spanish, especially. Historyis GMNd1 COfI%! id DO s ;yvo, sc* "YES," Send it to me. second /speaker.! Gt+ t ,;: '

___..Mice Royster *
fecial! Reporter still a subject she says she dls / LpoIi w "G+at 7taTS ME! (Signed) Chapel( opened with the /song! ? t :

,Ie Reporter_.Eunice Wllllama likes. e1J1 I K1eoe+ clnrS' "Uftl' +l t "Just an old Graduate." "Onward Christian Soldiers" the "

+ RR SMWt Lord's Prayer, and the Flag Salute, i "
Her likes are to go swimmingand Rda V 4yhyT 'e ,
OCR WIND pass time away listening to : : O4R P/tTN! e )T see. *egoST Interesting NotesIt and another" song, "Old Folks at l s'' ''.'

about the radio. But to write essays In home .1

avf vou ever thought of school and to be around conceited Next Mr. Gray announced the 3 ,+ :'l\(
mind' tt la the greatest will be noted that there have
human mind is people she dislikes. Her bad habit I seniors would have the privilege ,t 'p '
The been some Important changes In
creations that oth- is like some others, "Talking too of selecting the songs to be sung in '1
the things no the staff t
,able >t much when she d I assembly Another "Senior
animal's brain! has attained especially once /y I Lr' We are certainly glad to have prlvl,1 i
started-then and lege ,1
gets try stop
to think.t Mrs. Gray back with us. She
power her. Grace's favorite i Is The first McLane '
our metnal developmentt pass-time an attack of the "flu" speaker Mr. 'I
\is from all to start out on some hot summer now Bpoke He talked about the t Vii ;
distinguishes man It hall been suggested that the
to the lake. and Ideals' of the P 1C.Yonge t '.:
the animal day hiking I customs! '
of seniors school
othe.,. members' purchase a flagTHOrtlHTS h
igdotn His brain has given man Now that Grace la about to finish 9A rr -- 1 school. t 'I ]1..
\ Rev. Austin, the second speaker, + ,
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architecture, machinery, high school she would like to d FOR THE WEEK .
]guag told how not to have friends. "If .
I all of the'wonderful things wee work in a beauty parlor. mean'' ;'C!:
.. wa 'n someone says something ; I !
and "a "but -
but, big attention is
today, Called to your next / s.. Better to fall than cheat. about you, say something mean ')

,, it has also given us supremaover Madeline Jewel Crews who was Typing students: Practice makesperfect about them In returnthat's a ,

our ,instincts! and heredity also born in Starke on July 1, 1917 good way not to have friends." fc' '

Inheritances. By that Is attended school at .
grammar tA __.____
It's ill wind that blows
an no- ----- ----- ? -
ant that we do those things Vanderbilt and then, to Starke for
body good. EI.I MENTUCIIU'EI.. ,
nch, Instinctively, we would not high school. She likes all of her $ f
There's a time and place for ev --
heard of a dog drink- +
Who ever teachers and to eat candy especially + i
habit erything-and that Includes chew- Elementary Chapel last Thursday ,
or taking
or smoking between meals. Her dislikesare
Ing gum. was in charge of Miss Hazen'ssecond 3 .
ming drugsIt getting up early In the mornIng ''t '
and fine +
[ Is true then, that with our and conceited people. She en Z Do unto others aa you would grade a program .
tat Inheritance the human mind, Joys taking commercial subjectsbut .- have them do unto you. wall presented.A
short devotional "J Loves
'aua f
come the Increased powers ofI hates geometry. Her favorite Better late than never.A "
Me. The Lord's Prayer. and the
.I as well as good. The way ofe sports are horseback riding and 4 a friend in need is a friend Indeed "
Flag Salute, began the program, 1
race is ever onward and r .
Human swimming. S y ) then! the second grade presented a tj
? ward and perhaps some day- Madeline wishes to become a t To motorists: Better safe than little play "Mistress Mary's Gar i ,I 1
io knows -the human race willch AIYitE sorry; prevention Is better than +
i school teacher. Teacher's, don'tyou den. The actors were all second \
that highest goal and be likem with Madaline! ;
sympathize cure.A grade pupils. 'j I ,
Now for the heroic boy Woodrow 1 T rotten apple spoils Ita com Next the second grade girls 1 +':
IPv+ OFFic .
A. W. Anderson. R. .
panions, so watch "
who your company.To
Wilson Hollingsworth ,. sang "The Pagan Love Song, very /
was born on June 18, 1915 at Ral discouraged students: Every beautifully .j I3 J i

COOPERATION ford, Florida. He has attended cloud has a silver lining; It's dark- i Following this, Mr. Gray made '
Once upon a schools at Raiford, Palatka, Ala. Society eat before dawn. his announcements.
89 This class was divided into THE POWER TO THINK Of' "BETTY LOU" GIVEN l
chua and now at Starke, where he ,
'a partswhat one part liked the hopes to finish this year. He likesto Mrs. T, T Long and Mrs D. P. J"t '

[her hated, what one wanted the have a good time and all the Oleta Smith, Junior Class Carpenter spent the week-end with A repeat performance of the ,,9 r'., r
er didn't want. The trouble was We all know that education Is senior play, "Betty Lou" was given I Ifi
good-looking girls. Watch out you their mother, Mrs. W. T. Jackson,
k of .cooperation and lack of the very important. Without educa In the Auditorium last Tuesday r c
goodlookinggirls, everywhere, in Baconton, Ga. ,
consideration for each oth- tion we would not have the power afternoon at 1:20: until 3 o'clock,
oper Woodrow as after you? He dislikes Alice Royster spent Saturday in DOt 'T GUESS p...
to think, without the power to The object was to raise about
to see drunk people and any. Jacksonville.Dot .
When this class wall promotede One think we could not read, write or ten dollars additional to the sev-
who is drinking whiskey.
next year, both sections were one count. White spent last Thursday I enty-two made Friday" March 13,
of Woodrow'a bad habits is stayingout
robbed and put into one room. Education in a broad sense Is In Jacksonville 'and to our surprise we made over)

lit t still the difference Inherited sport late is to at travel night and see His the favorite world. the development of all the powers Vonda Inman visited the Ravine eighteen dollars above expenses. BUY A USED CAR WITH AMONEYBACK

' the former year continued. but of the individual, especially the Gardens Sunday. The class now has about sixty-two
He likes to study biology
I This class was to give a ban- to be power to think. Rudolph Andrews was visitingIn dollars in the treasury.The .
not He hopes a
let, In order to raise money, thee store history. or owner someday. The power of thought is the distinguishing Lake City Sunday. 'I funds will be used to buy GUARANTEE '

| teacher of this class made Next manager week we'll be back againto feature between the Julia Tison spent Friday" in Jack- some useful and needed gift toleave ,

My various and good suggestions relate to the good and bad human mind and the minds of low- sonvllle. to the school aa a memorialof +

int were unsatisfactorily carried news, good we you hope, of Miss Eun- er animals. First of all education Rosa Mae Rowe was visiting the the class! of '36. At present several Wt have taken the gamble out of ucd A? ,,;

Jit t t. because of the lack of coop- ice Williams, Mlsa Julia Tison and must be considered, for If we have Ravine Card n*>4fanday. suggestions are under Inves- car buying. Select any guaranteed i ''

: atlon They were still far short Robert Faulkner. not an education, surely we will Beatrice Moaeley, spent Friday; tigation and a final decision will cat and drive It two d.vi-plenty of '

the needed amount when some not have the power to think. In Jacksonville be made by the class In the near SEE time to .... It, .examine, .atl.f,. 'rJ, '

luted worrying as to what they WALK AWAY FOR The first step In thinking is the Marie Tlson was visiting friendsIn future. us TODAY FOR younctf that It I Ie a real-honeit'Value r + 4 ,
formation of concepts; the second .
ould wear to the banquet! ---

"I One time the class gave a party BEAUTY TODAYIt Is the formation of judgments, and Inus Jacksonville.Prescott Friday.of Brooker spent I REMEMBER: SPECIAL BARGAIIISerbringltbackandyourmoney I .. ,. pro .
raise and about ten the third is reasoning, But with
i' money, only the out education the weekend In Starke. : You say the world Is gloomy; vided only that the car Ii In Ita original .
In would
the class members attended! certainly was dreary one never
; Chester spent Sunday In I The r"es! are grim and That'a the sound
Moody gray condition.
'.I If this story should apply to any dingy little old law office, thought be able to form Judgments or to wayto '
Lake City. .The night has lost Its quiet-- used p+
BEWARE to herself as she pounded reason. buy a car.
[\tea here at school, let them Virginia
Callie Herring and Tressa/ Jones You fear the coming day? '
because "A house divided away on her typewriter, especially The power to think starts whena were visiting in Jacksonville, Saturday The world ii what you make it, J. W. .Andrews Jr. ft'
after that grand two-week vacation -
[thin itself cannot stand person is an infant. The mother The sky la gray or blue
I Let them foolish trivial dlf- in the Maine woods last I
the child
put teaches causing it to Deloria Bloodsworth attended Just aa your soul may paint It STAKKE. FLORIDA
rences behind them and really month. Swimming everyday, canoeing form This devel- '
concepts. power ,
the Georgia-Florida-Alabama Sing It isn't the worldit's you! .. I } '
]""rk> together toward and for the fishing, the sweet swell- ops slowly during the first few -
ing convention In Lake City, Sun-
:anion ing air of the woodsespeciallysweet years, and he relies almost entirely --I

goal.A.. W. Anderson, Jr.SPORTSMANSHIP when compared with the upon his powers of observation and day.Dot :
y4- hot, dusty air of New York City memory. Sapp was visiting In Jacksonville LiI.h !

-the wonder. Her thoughts were during the week-end.
Then, at school, the teacher helps
he entrance of Al! Miss Lillian Moseley was In
i Good sportsmanship la very es- Interrupted by the child to form judgment and
L.L.D. her boss. She Chattahoochee Sunday visiting
ntlal to a pleasing personality Kay Carlisle, reasoning, thereby, giving it the McRatf. r '
Miss Ann
td a successful Ufa--Everyone ad- glanced at her expensive wrist- power to think, you cannot get
AIKay Carlisle and A. Z. Adklns,
from him). You'relate
lires one who "can take !It"-one watch (a gift along either In the social or business -
in St.
she said accusingly, "It's Jr., were visitors Augustine @ .
|ho does not become discouraged world without thinking. I +
Her smile belied her' Sunday. 9 y ym
cause of defeat. Are a nine Have to : tt.
] you you ever stopped con Louis Davis was visiting In
aceful loser? Can you pat the stern voice. sider the Importance of thoughtand I Gainesville Saturday

nnner on the back and say "You "What's fifteen minutes, darl- In what way the power to Mrs. Gray was a visitor In Pa M

[layed a good game" Ing," he said as he removed his hat. think may be developed If every- latka, Sunday '

[ Life den: be compared to a game.ere I He came over to her desk, pattedher one would atop a moment to con- t

are rules to learn and obey. cheek and went on, "I decided sider this question, it would aid 1I'itOFESSORY -- M

Je: are all working toward a goal. : to walk to work this m rnlng." many who have not yet learned KNOWKNOT \P -

M all play in this game. What I (Virginia thought he looked rather how to develop this power. AX!) NITWIT \ 1\ID'

! [md of game do you play? We all 'red in the face. He was puffing a The thought power should never "The Artful AuthorltleV'Dear .0 "v.t.

Vt hardships and misfortunes. little, too) "You know," his voice be neglected.

'e MI fall down but we don't have was confidential "I weigh two- .-

> stay down! What really counts hundred and forty. I weighed yes- Profs: .80111
JokesThe It Is said that a cat has nine
how we take our knocks and terday. I guess I need to exer-
believe this :Idon't. .
lives. Do
[ow much we help the other fel- cise a little more but I'll tell you you

fvr along, the truth, honey"-He frowned as shortest poem In the world: AGES r

Marjorie Marwlck If roused by an unpleasant memory"it Hired. I Superatltuoua 15' LOW f & T.
to Tired. Bill Edwarda. .1
certainly is breath-taking WSf&Jsr "l1\1P A &
UORITE SONGS OF THE walk four blocks. I was temptedto Fired. 1YEaY: 1..2. 2'.2.
j Virginia Wiggins "It's Been So minute Dear Bill: .I S 2..11''f"Ml'
call a taxi nearly every DOLL R. a $
Certainly we believe a cat has SAVE N. :1V YORLI'111A H.7 + ;a
ing especially when my corns began to Mr. Peek: "Young man, do you & lvi' 2,0.35
I Johnnie Ree Cone "Red Sails think should be taking nine lives., Why just think of the $ 1,45 '. '
hurt. : you my 111LA ,11. ('
P the Sunset. Virginia. placed her hands on her daughter to night clubs, parties, frogs that croak every night! ACKSOyV1I,1.C/ 3U0 ...0 i CINc.NNA"ll .. 16.R0 3..2' i iONA .t f

I Audrey Hall-"Be Nobody's Dar- side of her etc., all the time" The Original Oracle, ..,. _. 20'3 5
{"g But Mine." desk, one on and either him critically Tunk: "Indeed not! Let's try to Profs. N, & K ST,1'ETERSn 2... .1' C1\.c"GO .1'.3. 11.20 I
I typewriter, surveyed .. /
AW. 1.0\11S'l/IL1.E .
Anderson Jr.-"Side "You are too fat Al Kay, reason with her. ; 2..1. ... 24.50
alas' of New York much too fat. You ought to walk Dear Professors: ,2' 9.1o '/ ; '' 13.60 31... ,
Clara McGee "I'm Shooting'gh I In Simeon: "Your father looks very I am pleased to learn that you pAY ,__ :; 111"N""OUS .,...
ots. Why, all the time was distinguished with his snow-white are working for the support of) .... 5 g0 1>< 12.2. 22.00 l
Maine I used to walk two miles .
Dorothy Claire Kickliter-"The hair." literature, but may I ask In what : 10.15 W"5'1\NI'fON .... )
for complexion 16.5 )
roken Record." I every" morning my W. T. Weeks: "Yea. he baa me to way? \ :: ; ZO 55 ?

Woodrow Hollingsworth "Be I thank for that. Very truly yours, "_ 3tj0 ;y(1( Pl'tT.. 5. 1..1.on."N1IO .
[obo Darling But Mine. I .50 11'
Mbcrt I moved across the floor to the door I ; 1." 1'1.,1'1''' .... .
Faulkner-"When Spring- Too Much English Dept, lift/ IaS t
& h1j
"Private. With his handon 166.0593 "
me Comes Again. Mile entered a grocery store and O.a5 11.10 no"NOK& II S.b r ti',
"Waa it I -
knob he turned,
i Julia Tlson-"Light's Out." the said to the storekeeper "Gimme alime's My Dear Miss Middleton: / -- Z 60 S" / 12.90 y
Olen Bedenbaugh-"On the Lone that far to the drug store worth of asafetlda." We build bookcases. Please! ..1' 1.15

rairie" A. W. Anderson, Jr. The storekeeper tied up the sebd us your size and we'll do a j,3415 7.50 C1\"Tf""ooGA: 0 N '

Raymond Plummer-"Sing an package and A rile said: "Dad guaranteed Job for you. L"K& __--. ,..3' 1: t ,

[Id Fashion Song to a Young So- WE WONDER wants you to charge It." Apologetic Appolexlea, SElI."G '" ..15 S" lloude ,

histicated Lady." "All right; what's your name?" Profs N. & K. f \ ft. Lau BUS OPPpF1ite CoU" 4

| WlIs'n May "The Beautiful Why all the teachers don't teach. "Sponholtz." O N '' '

| dy to Blue." their own classes17 "Take it for nothin, h. said, "I Dear Profs: J N Agent- ..

Louis Davis....."My Dear." What W. T.'s favorite pastime In! ain't goln to spell 'afafetida' and I saw you at the play the other 12.'W E. U. S\lTU- ;--- ity

Dorothy White. Geometry class when Mr. Howard 'Sponholtz' for no dime night. How did you like my sing T.lephOn' MRS.

la out? Ask Katie or Earneatine ing? I took a correspondence

NOTICE TO SENIORS How old Frances really !Is? Naturally course in singing, you know,

,Money for cards and Invitations Why everybody calls Billy Powell Billy: "Do you serve shrimpshere Yours with highest hopes

ould be paid to the class treasr" "Tubby" T ?" Lillian Sternberg.Dear .

Alice Royaler, by April 1. Why :Margaret Hair Is alwayslate Walter: "We serve anybody, sit

ease attend to this at once so as to school Ask her. down." Lillian:

avoid unnecessary delay.' Who writes "We Wonder" ? .. Some of the lessons must have

The one dollar for diploma Is Why -Mrs-: Long and Mrs.. car- About 110,000 gardens were cultivated gotten lost to the mail.Disgustedly

II and Payable }t the latest by penter went to Georgia last week- by 4-H club members in ,

.Prtl 15. end? the United States last year. Profs N. K.

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,, W. M.\ U. Rally 10 a. m \
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r- ,The Quarterly W M. U. rally of being prepau ,.. '. '
: ODD---BUT served ( ,
Association will at th.' ,
the New River I
I//;i1i i1\ lJ'i J meet with Pine Grove Church, near ber interest.. !I "\ G/:
'focict ,
i r Gainesville, Saturday, April 4, at tend. .

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:' Miss Stump Benefit Bunco Party 9i4oMt LL DCOtiOUC.TtO \ O rSECRET

i,1"!,', Attends Reception Given By Junior Class MAtf'( DIVIDENDBRADFORD

.j: Miss Evelyn Stump, of) Starke, Last Friday night the Junior
a senior at Florida State College clans of the Bradford High School E'1PER.NKtS\ \ ,IN 4 ?t
'" for Women, was among those Invited gave a benefit bunco party at thewoman's '
to the annual reception given Club House.In BANK
at the college recently by the,I the large auditorium of the NONE Of THEM sSDCCESFUL
1 Tallahassee branch of the American ] clubhouse the guests were seated EQE .
Association of University Wo- at card tables. After the scores ; A 5% dividend will be paid to all proven creditors Oftht''
o men for the 250 members of the I were totaled prizes were awarded
senior class. to the following: High: prize for
': Dr. Anna Forbea Llddell,, professor I!ladles went to Miss Frances Lee I II : i BRADFORD COUNTY BANK
J of philosophy of Florida State Peek the prize was donated by
I College, who Is past president of Leila's Beauty Salon. Low prize
MARCH 28th
ON SATURDAY, 1936 AT in .
q f ''; the local branch of the A. A U. W for ladles was awarded to Miss I \. M. I II
.: /l'''J received guests at the door. Many Margaret Hair the gift was a donation IVA I From the HAROLD C WALL INSURAM t'E OFFICE''I
: ,i b, faculty members of Florida State of the Ritz Theatre. High I 200 Call Street, Starke, Fla., (Rear Office) :
College, who belong to the A. A. prize for boys wan received by L. I
I t :!,,1' U. W, assisted In entertaining. E. Moseley, this prize was givenby
\ --- J. M. Alvarez's store. Low '
j ""f:1;: U. D. C. Meeting prize for boys went to A. Z. Ad- TO SECURE DIVIDEND I
r "I, kina, Jr., and was a gift of Alex-
e '1.::" The regular monthly meeting of
r'T :, : ? { the U. D. C. will be held Wednesday ander After&;the Co.awarding of the prizes M. A. SMITH, As Liquidator
afternoon, April 1, at 3:30: (
: refreshments of Coca-Colas and
I'' yi o'clock, at the home of Mr. and crackers were served to the guests. BRADFORD COUNTY BANK
t : Mrs A. M. Darby. I II
r' business donated
I 1 The following places : I II
F? -- the refreshments: Coca-Cola I ,
Bottling Co., West End Service
Executive Board Meeting
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1,1" Station, Manning's Grocery Store, I
( : The Executive Board of the Wo- Tip Top Grocery, S. R. Johns Gro-
"jjl\ ))1 man's Club will meet Thursday, cery Co.. UNTIL\ THE6W\ CENTUM --=- .
I "' :L April 2, at 4 o'clock at the Wom A satisfactory sum was realized WEDDINGS> !>> ws wr CONSIDERED) 1(IEPR11OIt 1'1\\.M\ ( AD
' s,'': an's Club building All membersof from the benefit which is to be SACRED( : ENOUGH Tb BfHIVD IN I 'mom mm''' m TEES CQ. OP AU. THE
p / J: the executive board are urged to added to the Junior-Senior! banquet \ IN THE CHUHCHti\ TAA'tet TI1.n.( ''D HISTORIES\ IN THE\ .0UHNMt >
J 1 ; be present. fund. THEY WERE PERFORMED) DOWA() TO1IE C GROUND!: AND \\ BtEHWIXTIEM t 'e ,
On Thursday afternoon of next StAAl6HTEN UP ONCE EACH
: : week the Juniors will sponsor "The JUST) OUT&lK\ THE\ DOOR( DAY \ 12-oz. Rolls 5c
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>.I11.I: Bride of Frankenstein.." with Boris : Loaf
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Karloff at the Ritz Theatre The
; 1 ( RITZ THEATRE picture Is also being sponsored for 18-oz. Loaf .
I the benefit of the Junior-Senior I Starke Actors PINE LEVEL IWHEREELONOMYRULES
\'_ ,' ,,,' STARKE banquet, a 24-oz. Loaf lOc
: i" Succeed With Project :Mr.. II. :M. McKttr, CorrespondentThis REAL -

y ..j ;;.\ PROGRAMRFOINNINO Gainesville PastorAt I The Federal Theatre Project in community-was made sad ESTATEIF
1 I ; FRIDAY Jacksonville Is meeting with fine to hear of the death of Dr. E. L. Fine Assortment DELMONTK
r, t.Jij' St MarksThe success due largely to the efforts
Biggs. YOU WANT TO PEAS No. 2 Can 17c
j 1' TIiril.S.-KIU.: MARCH 2S-Z7 visiting Lenten preacher at of Robert Demorest, Jr., and Mae Mr. and :Mrs\ 1;. I.. Rushing and BUY SELL OR RENT COOKIES ]
'"t St. Mark's Episcopal Church this Blossom Williams, well-known actors chilr'ien of Gainesville :and Gus ANN PAGEApple
I" '"; ''ItI" "MAGNIFICENTOBSESSION" week will be the Rev. Francis and former residents of Fountain and daughter, Miss 'Myr- SEE US- Lb. 19c SAUCE, 3 cans 25c
"\ + ";'; l' Wakefield, Rector of Holy Trinity Starke. "Saturday's Children," a tis Fountain, drove to Penney
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Broadway success of several seasons afternoon.Mr. WILSONREALTY PACIFIC
,! Church, Gainesville. He will address Farms Sunday
j C and 2 In the Jacksonville Chamber CORP.
'If' ning service on Friday, March 27at of Gainesville, and Mr. and Mrs. E. "
; ;''U 'p; a \RCII 28 7:30: o'clock. of Commerce Auditorium at a J. McRae of Waldo, were visiting Fancy Blue RoneRICE IOXA: With Pork'
,t. : i":r Double Feature The pastor and people of St. small charge for the general public. relatives here Sunday. BEANS 5 Cans 20c
'I't Both Mae Blossom and Mr. Dem-
j. I f .lark's wish to express their gratItude -
,. orest will have prominent roles. I IONA
r" ,
for the In which these
!,' "Spanish Cape way
.1 II) I I
:I CORN 3 No. 2 25cIONA
'j ''J,' services have been received by the I FUNERAL DIRECTOR cans
\ J, Mystery"Helen good people of Starke, and it is Honored On BirthdayIn
I t 1 1'j: ,ji ", TuHvetreen hoped that all have benefited. Es- I Sly Many Year* Experience:< :Makes: It Possible for :Me: to Render II 5 Lbs. _u 21c :NO. 2 CAN
\,, I', \"1 -and- clally> Is thanks extended to members honor of her granddaughter, EFFICIENT:. PROMPT: and COURTEOUS SERVICE I, GREEN BEANS 2 for 15c
anI, Ethel Mae Durling, who celebratedher MODERATE PRICES
: > of other choirs in the city who
{ rJ \' "Kid Ranger"Rob have so willingly assisted the choirof tenth birthday last Tuesday Starke, Florida GELATINE
1': ""H : Steele St. Mark's with the music. A afternoon, Mrs. Elizabeth Dees entertained DeWITT C. JONES SPARKLE, 6 for 25c
; '!' also POPEYK COMEDY: cordial welcome Is extended to everyone a number of girls and Jlliiry Ann Old
r to participate. boys at her home from four to six Fashion BLACK T1IOMEAL
Sl'N.-MON., MARCH 20-30 I o'clock., APPLES 4 Lbs. 15c

: :,'t',I' .I';' .'. t "Coronado"Johnny WEST REPLANTING-PALM- BEACHSouthBay BEANS I afternoon The young playing folks spent out a-of pleasant-door DI I F L', 0 W ER S CELERY 2 Bunches 15c

'i.,. Downs farmers bean the lawn. Later in the ;
on I
began replanting games !
Betty BurgcMKdille. Cut Flower Corsages 23c
': Diirhln'. Orchestra, crops destroyed by four successive afternon they were served cake r 10 Lbs. 20c ORANGES, Dozen
1' 'iL' 6 nights of frost starting last Thursday -, and hot chocolate by Mrs. Dees, 't Funeral Design Baskets .
; 1 ;'Y'" TITES.-\\ED., MAR. SI-APR. 1 ending Sunday night Owingto assisted by Mrs. J. V. Jones and I .-! CARROTS 2 Bunches 15c
t i "Professional the spotted nature of the frosts'i Miss Pearl Dees. Attractive Arrangements lOc
: I no accurate: estimate of the dam About twelve BEETS Bunch
young guests were
: } 1, Soldier" Is available, but bean and tomato j I Invited F And Prices r.
; i age to be present with Ethelat ..
I / 1&
I '.. Victor Mclagleni' crops from Belleglade to Liberty this happy occasion. LEMONS Doz.
(" I J Freddie Bartholomew Point on the west aide to i : i 7 I MRS. L. G. POWELL GRITS I
i'"' Gloria Stuart Lake Okeechobe/ are af- I The :1 l
j reported nearest star in the firmament 25c
fected. A is to 10 Lbs. 26c
i i new crop expected j Is 25,500000,000,000 miles ,... _
l CASH KITE EVERY flED be ready for market about the mid from the earth : I II"""''III"'" '"9"unu" u '
: i --
; NESIA Those attending --
.j. dIe of !
, May.Business
I, ... .. 5c
show Tuesday are eligible for -'IIIiIIr - w-- - 1IIIIIt -.". ,., 1IIt -.,.,.
I prize by leaving their name and religion are siml- I I'' - -
j; /, with cashier Tuewlav. lar In that a revival In either de- I -
: :;, '.' '. ". .:'.'" '", ends upon faith.
0 ___.______ IjFRESH GREEN'SSTORE j SCOCO 8 Lb. Carton 99c

7 --


I 1 Lb. 4 Lb. Car
For The
48 j Lbs
6 Lb-. 12 Lbs. 34 Lbs
Everything Sold Under Money Back Guarantee

', EntireFamily II YOI'NG. STEERROUND APPLE I 21c 39c The1r$ 5

i STEAK Lb. 22c BUTTER 28-oz. 121hcI -


I CHUCK STEAK, Lb. -12V2c PRINCE ALBERT, Can lOc FIG BARS 2 Lbs. 25c Dixie Crystal


2 ,,1 OF NEW INFANTS LINE 1'' SAUSAGE 2 Lbs. 25c TOMATOES can 6cI ONIONS, 3 Lbs. lOc 5 Lbs.24c

t J MISSES & ,
; I if TOMATO CATSUP 14-oz lOc BREAD, 3 Loaves 25c I PHILLIPS'
f LADIES' I SOUPS, Veg. or Tom. 5c .-

I t "lEN'S WORK White Oxfords, ;: FLOUR 24 Lbs. 75c COCOA 2 lb. Can 15c SILVER BUTTER BROOK-Tub Pound or Print 39c PRIM'EALBER1 T

Ties, Pumps and E
f : JOe BOX .

?1 Sandals I ASPIRIN Box. ------ _3c SALT 4 Pkgs. .. 9c OIL 2 Gals. 89c Can I tOc


PER SOLES PAIR 24c SUGAR 5 Ibs. 23c MILK 3 tall cans 19c -"

1 I : MEAL, 5 Lbs. -- -- lOc ONIONS, 3 Ibs. .. lOc OCR OWN
1.59 & 1.98 I j ; PKVM'T !NEW TEA2 Lb. 19c; Lb. 37c }

k. ,. !h ANOTHER LOT SALMON Tall Can lOc -=


I AT RICE 5 Lbs. OATS 3 Lb. Box 15c Soda or Cr h"WCrackers
I 21c OATS 100 Lbs. $1.751k. D
,, \P, WORK PANTS I GRAPE JAM 4 Lb Jar 39c

i % & OVERALLS .:. 98cSEE MATCHES 3 Pkgs. lOc SHORTS, 100 lb. bag 1.69 ANN PAGEKETCHUP Pound lOc
." ALEXANDER & COMPANY No. 2i/ -- .. -
I :can 15c 2forl f 15c A. & "P. FOOD STORE 1'1



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I Mrs. N. D. Wainwright spent I :Miss: Mary Lucilo (Cook of Lake Lit IVTEY family have moved to Klng.ley | B M fl t l ;
Wednesday In Jacksonville with City:' assistant director of the : I' '
Lake where will thesummer Claud I :
O. J, rklllllK. CnrrrBpnStrn ...... they spend Tompkins ;
I her son and daughter-In-law Mr. Archieve Survey piojoct of the W I'.i :Ire

and Mrs. W. M. P A.. visitor here ,
Bits of Wainwright was a Tuesday. >v>Mrr> !< t'Il..on Opens|
Mrs. J, t* Hfghtower of Miami \ .i iI
----- --- After numerous delays caused
I Is visiting\ !:.r daughter" Mrs 0 I ,J
Mrs. W. B. Mundy Jr. Mrs J.I I :Mrs. L. W. Strickland and two from cold and rain the 1030 1.

B. Sapp Mrs( W. B. Bradley, and children, Wlldwood, spent Wed- I strawberry season officially opened J, Phillips here this week I \ : t '

local N A. J. Underhill visited the Ravine \ nesday and Thursday of this week here Monday and to Wednesdaynight Please help the correspondent by i' i i ,

Gardens at Falatka, Sunday.B. hire with Mrs. Stiicklund'a par there had been four expresscars handing In any items of general Interest I il: I : :{ ;"

ents, Mr and Mrs. J. C Manning, I containing; 73,409 pints shlppe by Tuesday evening of each I : J

CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND and sister Mrs L. E. Moseley. '<, Prices paid here were mostly week. All news will be included, I I' : I, : 1

PROGRESS OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWN Strickland, of Miami, la I :... :_ I aronnd eleven cent!! which wouldbe In the Luwtcy Notes P1 ; ',,"- ,:1 ,\'
upending this week here I
a net return to the growers tJ I!
Sumpter Harley who Is a member I'' ,
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Tile Rev. and Mrs. M. C. Stith ,
here for three days of $3,074,09Frogpecta of the U S. Marine Is spendinga 1 J
Strickland, at Kingsley Lake. and children! and Miss Mary I' \ ,I.
___ .I.II Brownlee of Jacksonville, spent are for a bumper crop as few days at the home of his parents t" ,''I .
plants are in the best condition Mr and Mrs. A. II HarleyA I. .
,:;r..,' ,\
Wednesday evening here with Mrl.Stltl1' ,
Flitch and Joe Sistrunk Misses! Frances Hemingway and I The regular weekly meeting of : they have been in several years and A large party of Lawtcy c1t1zt'nsattrnded I :it",. ,' .' "IJ
I A and Miss Brownlee's" -
to Jacksonville Tues- Alma Thornton were visiting the W. C. T. U. will be at the homeof I parents It in expected: that several outsidebuyers I the funeral of Dr K L \ : 1
",MI-rs" Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brown- I 1j' .Ii''l
e friends in Gainesville, Sunday I Mrs. F. A. Scott, President on : will be on hand next weekto RITfs| "t Starke Monday afternoon t : 'l'
lee : \
Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. get their share of our berries. Little James Wainwright. son of *I ;" } ,
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j Mr and Mrs, T. I... Wainwright, la ; \ .' '
L Mitchell is confined ton Miss Bevely Cady has secured a Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwards and Farmers I ( \ '
M Iliwy ,
I' J i Improving In a Gainesville hospital i r. 1 ,'
?,m, (due! to an attack of in- stenographic position in the officeof Rev. and Mrs. J W. Austin, of small daughter, Fredrlka and Local farmers: are at the h tghth from a severe Hack of pneumoniaJOHN \

Knight.& Knight attorneys. Benson Springs, are the guests of I Mrs W. W. Page and sons, Billy I of their busy season now planting' : '\

j mil their son-in-law and daughter the and Martin, all of Jacksonville, their crops and gathering strawberries I '!

I Rev. and Mrs. B. M. here Mrauluv visiting Mrs.Edwards' I :U.l
were S.
Montgomery On account of recent ,
Hennolda of Richmond, Va. Friends of Miss Ollie Marr will 'I ,
\ and MM Pttge's ,
parents heavy rains planting has been delayed -
several days here with regret to learn that she Is seriously ( '
i.linR : Mr. aud Mrs. W. II Strutli.Mr. .
I Wld, ill at her home with Influenza. Mrs. Flora B. Cady, Miss and everything Is trying to CALLAHANFUltUANKS FOIL 't r ':i
j :
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Beatrice Cady, of Jacksonville, and : happen at the same time. I ,1 ,
and Mrs. 'Bum Anderson and :' ,j ;i'I
Mrs. Alice Thomas, of Wilmington Miss Beverly Cady visited the Ravine I MtItSE: ': I CONGRESSSend >> .' r' I
,. A Z. Adkins Is in Bron- children, Lyle and Janet, Mrs. Emma i< Strerl Bring lnulc
1 1"( Del., Is the guest of her son- Gardens In Palatka, Sunday. U ISTII I H I'TOlt\ }
he is holding Anderson, Mrs. A. W. Anderson :; J
, thl H week, where I: A crew with county road ma- Bu ines.Il'n: to '
in-law and daughter Col. and Mrs. 704V.( nil St.; .litckHnn\lle.) u
('ourtrh I Mr. and Mrs" George Anderson chinery la busily engaged In ) ''I '
dill' \ ,
H. V. Knight. Misses Beatrice and June Bul- Mr. And Mrs. E. M Davie, Mr. .smoothing out rough places In our c.'onJ'reHH.,: j ,' :

!111 Carrie Thornton spent the len, of Daytona Bench were here and Mrs W .1. JTpperson: were visitors 'I sLret tit this week caused by the Home water a.tfttcmw, lighttliinlN Native( Floriciiun. :,: ':
. t u,,pk-end, in Sanderson vlsitreliitlves Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cox, of Monday, where they attended funeral to' PnlafKif and the Azalea heavy runs: and when completedour | niKlnt'N. f.il nilllt, ulmlmlllM Heavy Taxpayer. {f\' f

Gainesville, spent Sunday here services for Or E. L. Biggs. Gardens, Sunday. recta will be In "first class I'ni-tiililo and Stationary Experienced Business l Man,, .1 t,\': A-
with Mrs. Cox's parents, Mr. \
#- --- condition Irrigation Tump>> ami Enginewilts. : "
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Mrs. D. L. Silcox. T T. Long AE. Wall, Jr, R. Sound Democrat. ,: :
r ,md Mrs Joe Hoover were Mr. ant Mrs. C. A. Futch. Merrill Used Englnei: and I'luiipn.' l\i\

ling the Azalea. Gardens, in Pa- and Mack Futch, G. M. Sis- G. Ivtdd Harry Tlson, Louis Davis I'ersotiaN" .' ,',>t : ,

a Friday Friends of Mrs. J. D. Doyle will trunk, and Joe Sistrunk visited the William Hair, Calvin Johns andJ Mrs. F. R. Carradlne was shopping -- n' 1:

< ..--- regret to hear that she is being Ravine Gardens in Palatka Sun D. Doyle went to Camp Foster, / in Jacksonville Friday.C. grace ( clover ,.4: : :4

rlends of Margaret Lowry will confined to her bed for several dar at Jacksonville to attend National M\ Shaw of Jacksonville was :I f" 1'1'JIw'keontllli '"'

, ret to learn that she Is 111 with days due to illness... Guard Target practise Sunday. n business: visitor here this week 1\\,\):, ,' ,.1

attack of Influenza. --- J'r. find Mrs. W. G. Halle, and They were accompanied<1 by Mrs. J. Miss Myrtle Strickland, of I I q Ii ,h#. -," ;

Junius Smith, who has had his Mrs. J. W. Edwards were visiting D. Doyle, who spent the clay there. Starke spent the week-end the phone 7-2139 'I ,' .

Ill kinds of quality seed at headquarters in Miami during the friends In Hastings and also the --- -- I guest of Mrs V R Carts his
winter months, returned to CHVIU.KV T1IOMVS IIEOCharley Mr and Mrs W E Torode and f loner for yof '
trunk' Ravine Gardens in Palatka, Wed I gifts ', 'f i ;.
home here this week.
nesday. Thomas, negro, for ', i. ," l !
Davis ands many years an employee of the f' I '' '
II' and Mrs R. J. ,'!
E (' Priest were visitors to Frank Lewis, of Jacksonville, Is Mr. and Mrs. Edward Edwards Starke Ice Company and well- t. 1. 'r':'
temporarily relieving Dr. J. M. known whit. residents here 1'1.
onvife Tuesday. among (; t
k' of Jacksonville, Col. and Mrs. J. .
Mitchell and D. P. Carpenter, who died Sunday, March 15 His widow \
C. Adkins were visitors Sunday at
are ill with Influenza. Lai in Thomas wishes to thank I "J"" ,)
Mrs Joe Hoover and
Ir the home of Judge and Mrs. A. Z.
white friends who sent flow- 1'
ind l Mrs Frank Hoover spent Adkins. many ., .
. ndain Jacksonville. George Powell of Newton, N. C.. era as a token for their regard for '1"
spent the past week-end here with Charlie. ; :,
Mrs. Jessie Mae Blakely and I iii"
and sister Mr I t
his brother-in-law '
ti and Mrs. Nat Sternberg Johnnie S. Baisden are operating
i ia' :
and Mrs. J. H. Fields. \
nt :Sunday in Daytona with the Florida Dry Cleaning Co., in "

ir van Dr S. Sternberg. Lake City, which they recently I
f-- Mrs T. T. Long and Mrs. D. P. C. A. CARVER ( "

Carpenter spent the past weekendIn purchased. e
1 i
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Baconton, Ga., with their mother JEWELER ,1'
Mr and Mrs. A. H. Johns had 1 ,
[ENT A Mrs. W. T. Jackson. ,\
! WORD as their guests recently Mrs. Johns'sister r

Mrs. H. C. Broadway, also I WATCH, CLOCKM

, Miss Lillian Moseley spent Sun- Mrs. R. M. Griffin and children, all OKNF.lt.\L HEP.\1KING s fr' 1
COLUMNAN day In Chattahoochee with Miss
of St. Petersburg. ,
Mildred McRae, who is a nurse at
All Work' Guaranteed
the State Hospital there.A. .
AN;': 2 or 3 white womenfor Friends of Mrs. C. A. Knightwill

work In laundry, apply be pleased to know that she IN GREEN 1U'ILDINOHTAKKE
H. Hall spent several days of .
nrke Dry Cleaners. is able to be out again after being FLOKIU.V
where he
this week.in Wauchulu,
confined to her home for several .
)R SALE--"One Million Maryland ', attended funeral services for his ''''' ,' '
Missionary Strawberry' mother, Mrs. J. H. Hall. days with Influenza.Mr. Dfl liL .__ FRIDAY and SATURDAY SPECIALS, MARCH 27-28, 1936 .

mta, $1.50 per thousand fob and Mrs. J. R. Kelly are announcing ANNOUNCEMENTSj UIIITK': SHIR llernhej'd or Il\l C'rjHtitlSUGAR Jim Dandy I't-iirl'
uleberry Thurmond Farm, Cas- Mr. and Mrs. T. S. WIlliams, Jr., the birth of daughteron

of Washington, D. C., are here visIting
berry Ala. 2-6-6tp Fon TAN tssES! "OIl
March 23. Mrs. Kelly was I It BACON GRITSPound
Mr. William's parents, Mr.
h"i.h, > annoini < niy"flf .a oanIllllltl -
ALEA SALE-Genuine Deep' and Mrs. T. S. Williams. formerly Miss Allie Maye Drlg- ,, fat I till Office Of AflHeHBOr. Clf '

Lavender Indian Formosa thet t R gers, of Lake Butler. raxee of Inailforit County :iub)..rtto I 16c 5 Pounds 23c 10 Pounds 24c ) '
+ the will nf the. voter* at comIng -
growing variety that make a Misses Hop Haynes, Georgia Hemociatli 1'rlninrv Election: to
>w My large 56-year\ bush is in and Lula wentto Misses Ruth Sternberg, Dorothy lif held. In June, Your vote and, HUP \ I- "
W, Haynes, Redgrave Sapp, Louise Snyder, Mrs. N. D. I port l lauUclled" and will >n ar.-at- I SMOKED SIDE: \\tile Ulliliun or JovulLARD Old FiiMlilonMEAL ,
bloom. Visitors welcome. Palatka Sunday, where they I ly "1'\>'" <'1M tl1I1. I II
'Itnts $1.50( dozen up. Belvedere visited the Azalea Gardens. Wainwright, Jr., Joe Edwards, Jr., |Mrtfiilly. ''IP

,.yalea Nursery, J. S. C. Collins, and Henry Manaaaa were visitingin E 1V.1tayeaFrill BACON

toner, Earlton, Fla., P. O. Waldo, Chicken fed, feeders and water Lake City, Sunday.Dr. I:
Jt 3-27-2t fountains at Slstrunk's. 'I.'t AHKKKIOItt < .Ind 19c Pound l1Y2c 10 Lbs. 20cYELLOW J1''
and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza and rc piK'tfiillv announce my canilldmy -
I for Tux Aneiotor of Hrad-
NAT SEZ daughter Miss Gloria Johns, of for< (fountv. Hiiltjei't to the will of
: Jacksonville, were guests Sundayof the r>.*mori at' ti' voter In the coming ItEAI. FANCY
primary i-ln-tlon, Juiii 2 I have IK\L Goon; SMOKEDSAUSAGE ;
Mrs. Mendoza's parents, Mr. for Ihlrly...".. varn bet.a a tax ONIONS, 3 Ibs. lOc t
T. J. Griffin. pnvnof In'ml,'lord Cnunly I and, 1. If '
and Mrs
All, old man Flu Enzy has got elected Tax AMiennor. I ituarunti-f I K\KJK FANCY C'ELKIIY or Lb. 17'cFANCY
all the favors. Information. ,ai <-01110llatli J
us goln' again. Talk about a hard Mrs. E. S. Matthews and son E. >ni. und cimrtevleN.' that ran be LETTUCE each 7'/2c t
: TKMtKH: "
r given through that offlu" I will I ;3t
.' customer he's got the world lieut. 1.. Matthews, and Miss Hazel Mid- apiiret-late. your aerloux connlilera- a*
dleton were In Macclenny last Fri- Lion, vonanil acaietan"'a P\VCV FRESH STEAK ROUND lb. 25c
Each time he shown up we think It F Hob) DKMORnSTFOIl ;
day evening attending a meetingof I TOMATOES Lb.7lzc t

h it's the List of him, but he kl"f'ltApoppln' the Press Association.Mr. 'r"\ H..,.:!II..un NATI'ltAr IIEDDUt ?

up. This time he gave UII 1 heii-hy. annfnnce mvnelf a candidate FANCY I.AIKJK BUNCHES '.

the wo..tlrkln'\ )'et. If I never and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthyhad of. 'Hrndford for the founty office,of nublpct Tlu A..r to the i I Beets or Carrots Bunch 7cFANTY CHEESE Per Can 21c :

as their guests during the will of the voter at the oomlnirInrnoirath ,:
hear of him again It will be too past week-end Misses Dorothy and prlotnrv election. to he' NO. I SWEET \\KHTEIt.V: '
In avklnafoi thin of- ,
h<>lil June
NOOn Ruth Deaver and Miss Edith Town- tlir will Hint I am thoroughlyfandllar i. POTATOES 10 Lbs. 15c

send, all of Brunswick, Ga. l>ri;>.mlHe I.\If:\eli. .:the i.tpd,duties to dlHiharire thereof and the'' STEW\/, RIB Lb. 13c

dull. of KUlil c.fflre. In an efficient I II" S TALL CANSSCI'1F..Y'S '
Misses Mary Lucille Torode and and otirtMotiH manner I deeply ap- \\KSTKKNROAST t

Talkin' About FOR YOU WHO SEW. Beatrice Miner students at the prei I"" late ago the. 11".1 nIsport!| analn ivl\ii.II.1t:. me your fourvenrn ',I MILK 3 tall cans 19c

NEW State College at Tallahassee, attended ,tire toI rnnclil'latlon. and nuppoit Inthe CHUCK Lb. 18c
FROCKSEASTER coming primaryUiKii'ctfullv
the funeral services for Dr. I '
ynuri" t
DRESS E. L. Biggs here Monday. 1.OClS 1C lULL $ ,
SyMjVlER 34FULL -- -- c' 1

We have the MATERIALS Miss Martha Brownlee, and I hereby Foil Ttt announce, (.o,...my. C..nll''n 11.1 hI n.'y I GRAPE JAM 27c HA PICNIC Lb.21c

Misses Kathryn and Gertrude tn nuoceeii. nivwnlf ad Tax "'..lIe"r.. ;

i bent anti blRRe OFLL KINDS Carna, of Jacksonville, spent Sun- of, liradford. <+iimty', nuliji-i, t.. the h
\ held on
!'!t selection IiemorratlP primary toif
you have in eerHern 25c, 49c, 79c a Y d. day rents here, Mr.with and Miss Mrs.!! Brownlee's J. M. Brownlee. pa-- June faithful S;, 193*. I honept have. tried and, in.ffklnnt rtnderyou .tifflee SILVER KING-SELF-RISING; 6-LIJS. 12-LBS. 21-LI5S .

any .""'Ie during my nepoml term <> I
town They" Lent You Forget a* your Tax 'oll..r I .'inntlv ,
.* ,.oll.<.It j> ur Support, and. If I

are creations gorgeous and McCall Patterns J. 1. C'olMun's) lmpro\ed need elected render. .. you nualn. h.I. name shall. Horvlfe matinee. n. to I ,I FLOUR 22c 39c

priced very corn at Sl..lrunk'i have In the ..a- TheI
Frow Strickland, student at \

BUY YOUIiEASTER University In DeLand, returned Fort 1'At rnM.Krioii: I i I
$2.98 I rnipci ttullv; announcr mynelfanr1lilHt a en.lnIERT BOII.I.NO KEAL TEVDEIt.-NO. 2 CAN ; -
SHOES to the University Monday >- fur the| office "f Tax ('..1-l lb.tnr '
after spending several days here Miihji-ct' to the action of the '
Peas 15c i
$4.95 Mr. and Mrs (iriorratlf vi tern at the primary of COFFEE BACONPound Argo Sugar ;; J'J'i
At a Store Where Particular with his parents, time 2, l'IA!'! I feel that I am. In t"7.P' \'- i.
n Is I'ald to Correct A. S. Strickland. way ouallfl'-d: to Vn'r. duties ,'' '
offlcfflclent rompstent KAICLY JITNENo. 2 CAN
95 Fitting the
$5. Price* full andt 2 Cans 25c 12c i
xervlre Pledging a
G. Kldd, Sr., of RIch- t
Mrs. R, t faithful .JI""hRrC" of the ilutl" (,t
mond, Va., who has been visiting I the off lee ,to the heat of my ability I II PEAS 3 for 25c
$6.95 $1.98 up Emma Canova and f inlli'lt and will' appreciate. Your '
Mrs. Florence support In tin. coming primary j I Ifli PORK BEANS 7 25c I"1
Mrs R. G. Kldd. Jr., went to Haw Kcipvi-tfully.: 1JAI1L :. cans NO. 2 8IKSUGARCORNScans ,

WONDERFUL VALUESIN thorne Monday to visit her mother, 'lIcot..1; ,

I Mrs. W. C. Helmlntoller. PEIt/VTEVEY1': OP Kf 25c ;
I hereby announce m".lt a cnnillilat I .
for r<-."luctlon to the of ftnf Tomatoes 4 No 2 25c nEST TABLEPEACHES
'\o'ru H T'C APPKAItIt HiipfrlnKT'lent of Public' In- cans ,,5
PIEN'SSHIRTS appearing affidavit filed In .trtii-tlon of Bradford County iuhloit j
that inrtaln vauntIn the Circuit to the will/ of 'the Urmnrratinvotera No. 2 1/ 15c
Court. KlKhth Judicial circuit., Florida In In the "Primary ":Klactlon June PKI.NCB' ALBERT III-PLANE: can '1
and for Hra entitled: Klenti-r Morgan, Complainant FANCY NEWCANE ,
V Addle Morgan Lff l>n for being a divorce ,
the relief prayed
; that the Defendant !Ie a red-' TOBACCOTOBACCO SYRUP Gal. 50c
I dent of a State or County unknown FOti SCHOOL no the Complainant. and In over the ".lf a "anIilliiatv ,
to 1 hereby announce my
The New Deep Toned ., I IPrices ave of Twenty-one yearn, and there. for ra-Hactlon aa member of I< Can lOc 2 Cans 15c
I.i no pernon In the State of Floridaitrvlie Hrhool r, >oril rXntrtct Nn 3 ,ubj..ct | 11AVY r BEA'
Range From of personal proc* a upon. 1 to the will of the voter" In ..a)4Dlntrlrt )
hind al whom would personally on June 193R Your vot i ianil smill U
support t 1ZI.1s greatly appreciated. AITLKBUTTER

88c / IT. IS, Add ORDERED I i. :Morgan that appear the Defendant to rrtfully i i8tafr I PRUNES 2ft.cYn 12c

the Hill of Complaint on the 4th day rd L 1'rnwn 28-oz.Jar 15c gY.
Up)1.XII.TT'iS ))4/ of May. A. D. 19U, otherwise .a decree I
eonfeam will be ent<'redalr..ln..t
pro her for failure to appear.It To innlrtm ., Mrhool Board Ilia- PEANUT
that thin order i.t.tn.. I .< Mrnilford lonnlriI
AT _______91.03
ford County Telegraph, a newspaperof nf School' Hoard. Member for District
In No 1 .ul>J..' t to the action of the '
of general ," k.hrabll.hed: Iivmorratlc primary Jun. 2, 1911/ If KONG'H! LONflS! +
IT PAYS TO BUY ATSTERNBERG'S rH.IConl WITNESS my hand and official elected I promln a fair and Impartial -

seal of said Court this 26th day of .admlnlitratlon of the duties of MUSTARD Qt. 8c CATSUP 14 lOc ff1
Vlnrrh A. U 193. the la ...110110.tf''"''<1 and Your will vote be and highly support appreciated. + oz. :

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I Clerk of Circuit. Court.i77It1.24 Revpect J, C.fully PJREVATT. : -, .. ,


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SIX ?, I list
; }11,1,11, :,\,. I .It( ROADS RENOVATEDTALLAHASSEERenovation obsolete ?
f INVESTIGATIONS1'1'11 -. road were yatl
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I NEW INSECTICIDE TO miles of other
r : '\ of road w.. ,J', re",
J / BEGIN AT GAINESVILLE roads to the point where they will ed," Treadway said. -pi,,, *!'

i I GAINESVILLE- research fellowship -; : NEWS : meet present day traffic conditions was done to preserve th,' "01\
{ } FARMERS SECTION I' for experimental work has duty become of the an maintenance Increasingly depart-large vestment.

with one of the newer Insecticideshas "In 1934, the dep.utmr.ntstructed
i ment of the Florida state road department -
been established at the University News of Florida in Short Paragraphs *
Conducted by Demonstration Agents of : Chairman C. B. Tread- seventy-eight
of Florida College Agriculture mile
u I I said. here this week. road and "
John way retreated 291 ,
It is anounced by Dr. mule
: 4 I Such work, he pointed out, Is a Laat
T. Creighton, head of the depart- year, sixty miles of road Were
) t-i -" Jlt -- ment of economic entomology and -- necessary part of the division's re- built and fifty-five mil- b
V ', sponsibility.It were *
t i plant pathology.W. "
P. Hunter, graduate instructor Is necessary at various times
Hints To Housewives RUCOMMON in the department, will begin TALLAHASSEE-Florida's of- PETERSBURGDetectiveshave to make Improvements to meet -

SENSE experimental work about the first fer to give grapefruit to flood suf- a shoe lost In flight aa their traffic conditions of presentdaytravel A turkey gobbler on the tug

Weekly from Home Demonstration of April, testing the efficiency of ferers In the East was turned down chief clue to the identity of a he said. of J-M. Major, of HOPktnSVUlt
TsOlaJutawe By SPUDS JOHNSON the product In controlling such In- today by the American Red Cross, masked bandit who raided a down- "Some idea of the extent of this Ky., for the last years
Specialist sect as scale, whitefly, red spider, John I. Teets, Red Cross field representative town cafeteria here, taking $1,800In work is found In figures which "mothered" and raised broOd baa
,rust mite, and aphids. After the II told Governor Sholtz receipts. Entering boldly reveal that In 1933 twenty miles of young fowls. *:
f1 SPRING BRINGS URGE TO LAND, !SOURCE OF LIFE first It Is planned to transferthe
year In a telegram that It would be through the front door and IgnorIng
i '', 44 PAINT IS RECEIVING GREATER AND STUDY work to the Citrus Experiment i Impossible to handle the shipmentsof several late diners, the rob- .. -1
ATTENTION Station, Lake Alfred. It Is plannedto fruit "due to transportation difficulties ber walked swiftly to the cashier's
J When! the curtains come down conduct the tests over a periodof in the disaster area." cage and forced Misa Nancy Thomas FLORIDA. FUNERAL SERVICEDON
f .1''
:: / and the strong rays of spring sun- The land has furnished existencefor years. to hand over the money at the
J + shine reveal dusty drabness and man since the beginning of The fellowship has been grantedby ROOSEVELT IN FLORIDA point of a pistol. HOOVER.
f r'' shabbiness of furnishings, women i time. It not only affords him a The Rohm and Haas Co., for investigations Manager2S4
t are usually seized with an uncontrollable ,place to live, but also supplies him with Lethane, Dr. FORT LAUDERDALE-President E. CALL ST. STARKE, FLORIDA
1 urge to freshen everything with food and clothing. The farmer Creighton says.GAINESVILLE. Roosevelt sailed out to the TELEPHONE 149
i In sight. The old-fashioned Is not alone in being concernedwith high seas Monday night eagerly a
t 1' spring cleaning that made everyone the soil, for all classes of peo- Many cattle- I looking ahead to a couple of weeks a I REASONABLE AND EFFICIENT

{ 4' so uncomfortable was the outward ple are vitally affected by its prob- men of the state are planning to fishing In the warm climate of one
i i ,(. expression of this urge 'to lems, whether or not they stop to attend the second annual. Beef Cat- Southern waters. Smiling happily eDO AMBULANCE SERVICEWE
and realize this fact. Life itself dependson tle Field Day at the Florida.
freshen things. When soap he boarded the U. S. S. destroyer -
water had done their utmost, the the land and Its products. Fur- iment Station here on Exper-I Monaghan at the docks here you suffer burning, scanty of L"'JVlTEOUR INSPECTION OF OUR
next step was paint. And, while thermore, the welfare of society as 27, according to reports shortly before S o'clock this eve- frequent urinationbackache. NEW HOME.
@ of Dr. A. L. Shealy, Experiment headache, diiilnets' .lots of energy,
wealth by
4n spring purification ceremonies/ are a whole depends on the ning and soon was underway. leg paint, swellings end pelAn.ssunder
{ Station animal husbandman, who
for the the units of this society. The Uni-
uncomfortable family -
J It less I the eyes? Ar. you tired, nerv- ---
than they used to be, we still come ted States cannot long be pros- Is In charge of the program for PLANS FOU ROAD out-feel all unstrung end do,,', -

,, in the end to paint, and more perous unless Its agricultural pop the event. know what li wrong?
i paint. ulation is prosperous and contented. ORLANDO lower east coast Than give tome thought to your
1 started the feeds best adapted to the particular area. delegation has the assurance of kidney. Be lure they function properly For Expert RepairingSmith's
t Once ,
Lands unsuited or poorly adapted for functional kidney dltordar _
We how handsome When these facts are considered, Chairman C. B. Treadway of the p
on itself. see to production are termed mitt laces,watte to In the blood
crop stay ,
i In their It is strange that, by and State Road Department that $802-
? I the porch chairs look passing sub-marginal and marginal areas. and to poison end upset the whole
of the United 000 will be spent this year on con-
brave new coats cf paint. Surely large, the people to the tyitam.
With Impetus given movement *
the porch floor and woodwork States have paid such scant attention by the federal government, struction of road 26 from the Lake Use DeN,,', Pill*.Dean't are for(,. GaragePhone
too. The to the use and conser- Okeechobee region to Fort Lauder- '
should be done over, proper such lands are being taken kidneys only.They are recommended
kitchen Is made clean and fresh vation of the land. It l Is encouragIng many dale and Miami. Treadway. an- the world over. You an gal the genuine
turned back
I J I: : with Ivory-colored woodwork andofttinted however, to note an awakenIng out forests.of crops to cultivate nounced plans for this work last time-tatted Do..'. at any drug
People attempting
!j W+ walla. What about the of Interest in the subject now night to a group from Miami, Cor- tore. 120
/ cabinet and chairs and so on that throughout the nation. such areas attain meagre al Gables and Miami Beach. They
I unable to share
success a are
are to stay in the same room? ':, Soil conservation ia receiving attention fully their responsibilities to society came here for the final budget 1'' Wrecker Service Day or Night
in the house meeting of the board department a
"I, 1 Eventually each room on a broad national scale, and society aa a whole suf-
', .:. Is turned out spick and span, each with a soil-erosion program reachIng fers. So the problem of a sane today.

J c, ',,;1 i article of furniture made to look the far-flung corners of the use of the soil Is interwoven into -

\I i",,':\ ", its best. country. Measures to save the soil,I the very heart of civilization It-
!/' Extension agents In Florida reported particularly> the fertile top soil, self.
o .' '. more painting last year than from being carried away by wind
\ usual. In sections more cash and water are receiving serious :2& eoi&&
) 1 j' ;\/ : many C= c4 iwpec ca
t: was available to buy the necessary and thoughtful consideration, study
+ IN{j paint and brushes than In preceding and research.At I FEEL FINE

j ,del 1e" i)," years. Emphasis was put also the same time, heed is being

; t f il.\\' on the protective aspect of paint given to a better utilization of the _
'i i If f; for both wooden structures and land. The people of the United
:, i i H i U:1,: V metal features like gutters and States are beginning to realize thatIf Mother read this: .M.-V -..

I ,.: downspouts. Campaigns and con- they work with the land and use .,,:,ix.a.wn4wel
'; .,1 j'' '11'1'" tests were started in a number of It properly, instead of exploiting, --h-------
r \. ': : communities and when one home abusing and working against the V

;,I. "/ underwent transformation, not on. good earth, they can attain a fuller : *-
Jl'k V ]ly in the appearance of the house success and enjoy a more comfortable ,.) a
> : 'it; but also the barn, fences, and outbuildings living. They are beginningto I

: i :r neighbors came to see : give thought to helping the land
;' i :'( and went home to do the same ''to produce them a living, Instead c

I. thing. !of trying to wrest a livelihood from / ; :
i j"1{ ;
i :;' : Intangible values were brought !Inhospitable acres. They are realIzing /
; I \. out In many of these clean-up : that some soils are more suit- I
r :t'! campaigns. The farm family that 'ed to forestry and other uses than
: !r; A CONSTIPATED child U to easily : royv; .. Mr Mp
j ,I can present a good front to the 'they are to the production of corn ** straightened out it's a pity more ,;5' Y
.1 1 world, achieved by Its own labor, or cotton or wheat, or similar crops mother don't know the remedy..
i jJ, : j has an Increased feeling of self-re- and that best success Is attainedby A liquid laxative is the answer,

.' i fh: :. spect, courage! and confidence. growing the crops or the trees mother The answer to all your
"t \ worries over constipation. A liquid
can be meaiured. The dote can be
BOREE FUNERAL HOME exactly suited to any age or need.
Just reduce the dose each t1.me. until 4l .,
i ,Fu Full line of Casket! & Undertaker Supplies the bowel are moving of their own
AMBULANCE SERVICE accord and need no help. !
Ili Iliw
DAY AND NIGHT This treatment will succeed with *IW

,.I" 53 PHONE 53 any Doctors child and use with liquid any laxatives./ adult Hospitals -

r' f; I G. H. BENNETT Mgr.
? use the liquid form. If it is best
r "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" for their use, it is best for home use.
And today, there are fully a million
Families that will have no other kind 0-mow
in the hou e.
li The liquid laxative generally used
I b Dr. Caldwell' Syrup Pepsin. It Ui :
doctor's prescription, now so widely I
known that you can get it all reau'y .' Chevrolet'sV
for use at U1 drugeto" .

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If the "Pain" RemedyYou E.it's more

> VV'W& ; I Take Is Safe.

4 { economical Every Chevrolet

A EXTRA "LIFT" IN HCV Don't Entrust Your won owner knows it's more

Own or Your Family'

means 15% to 20% more Well Being to Unknown Chevrolet automobile engine engine is the meet produced economical economical And every t

Preparations today. because (1)) it is a iUcylinJrrengine r
; it smooth power and (21 i\ia .1IGl/ e-ln-head six.cylinder .
BEFORE you take any prepara- engine. person readily understand Its valvfin-hrad design cuts fa*>>>*
don't know ail about,, consumption. .u I lower because liven "
q for the relief of headaches; or the these I lea lot of heal through the tuailt f Jr"tier.
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pains of rheumatism, neuritis 01 .e N1 simple A-B-C reasons valve-in-hM
combiution chamber in
neuralgia ask your doctor what bethinks L
about it in comparisonwith ; engine., and the advanced construct**
;, _IJ Genuine Bayer Aspirin.! ; why it is more economicalThe of the Chevrolet engine givee roa in>u

We say this because before the beat(or power)saving.It .

discovery"of Bayer Aspirin most U 1r
so-called "pain" remedies were advised t -
against by physician u being
bad for the stomach; or. often for '
the heart. And the discovery of
Bayer Aspirin largely changed CHEVROLET
medical practice.
.MC cylinder use leu gas awl oil-in
Countless thousands of
who have taken Bayer Aspirin year fact. UM the lout gas and oil-for six A OJINIMAk: MOTOR VALUB.
"i In and out without ill effect, have cylinder are the moat economical combination
r proved that the medical "? about its safety were correct.

f i Remember tout, Genuine Baytr t
i + t ; Aspirin is rated among the ftuSttltruthodt NEW PERFECTED!: IIYDRAULIC DRAKES IMPROVED: GLIDING KNEE-ACTION Moat Important of all,Chevrolet1"""**
gel dttcootrtl for the relief HIDE
A- efficient .
SIIOCKPROOF STEERING coolin..y.te..pre..urulre.
1 of headaches and all common pains GENUINE FISHER NO DRAFT VENTLLATION SOLID STEEL accessibility of "
= ; .. and toft for the average parson one-piece TURRET TOP BODIES HIGH-COMPRES: oiling and the greater deFndebY:

Y, e.IV-e RNM-4WG.gIM. to take regularly. SION VALVE-LN-HEAD ENGINE 6% NEW MONEY- $ J&L g* DP. **.,,",.,NM SMto4o operation working parts, over result a longer in more period of 0":'.* ",t:

,'' One gallon could lift a 4-ton Triceratops 2j miles You can let real) Bayer Aspirin at SAVING G.M.i.C. TLME PAYMENT PLAN. Compare SAND... ..1'1"..'.". MWl_ F..,. with the lowest maintenance CM.** II

MAO almpl, J Chevrolet's low delivered Price. and low monthly ttas.141tio.ddart rKsw'ia t.a Myj j Thus. Chevrolet's ...aJ"ein'Mad.en' "
iKra.'y. pay.menta.
Ask the Sinclair" Deafer 'laytu Dame SS2Bayer Chevrolet Motor Company. Detroit )lJchl..n.01.only uo MkPrk..ewe! I".,.,. _,,- -only oriv e fiu kind in Ou>vrolrl'.P..-*.
ASPIIUN when you UJI : -; ..l7Hy ..,_.......? ......,__ ron givoa economy without equal-

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? PHONE 158 Torode

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CHURCH IASTOd' deck. Desperately Mala looked fora I Florida schools will get 99.000-
FIRST BAPTIST to Lllleo "However one may appraise other A. check
Pastor way safety. clung to him. 000 we are told because the chain Of 1th
Price, .
ltev C. B. 10 o'clock a. M.. As he tried to steady her against phases of the program sponsored store levy with certain exceptions, forty-ona Insurance companies &j h : I ;ps
sunday **ol. the tossing of the ship a rushing by the Florida Tax Revision has been upheld by the courts. writing workman's compensation t
TbomB. Supt. wave lifted them high and dropped League credit most decidedly mustbe Then comes new Insurance under the state's new i 'f
litigation again '
11 m.
tllorning Worship. a. them on the wharf. given this organization for stir blocking this course of revenue. compensation act, reveals heavy i "
I 4.P I' 6:45: p. m. ; Mala dragged Lllleo to her feet ring up one of the liveat Issues of That means no school funds from losses during the first six months, '' !.
Evening Worship, 7:30 p.Wednes-DLS dab&Gby CHAAGARLtS REED JONES from and they made their way towardsthe .he coming primaries. Thanks to this Important levy for at least the Wendell C. Heaton. chairman of + "'

i S Teachers Meeting the i j&j yn j neWM shore. Then, as they plunged the league the two-Job legislator remainder of the current school the Florida Industrial Commission, 4 ,

y II 4:1: p1d.week, Grayer WadPmV on, Mala spied V sturdy cutter, : controversy has become an out- year or fiscal year. said this week. He pointed out that r( :
service, i standing campaign Issue. The fact premiums during the six months '
anchored near-by, sheltered
) EJlloo, a Tofoan maiden, la In him some Bail news for the schools?
playing a joke on now.
7 :30: what In the lee 'of the that the courts apparently have from July through December were ,
arias love with Mala, a Typee warrior. "Lllleo! Lllleo! Haero mla!" jetty. Fora No, says Comptroller Lee, they ;
moment, he hesitated. his sustained this system should not $62 ,040.98, and that claims paid
Taro, the chief of the as will get their $0,000.000 Just the
Church Typeea.unable Thwarted by the fury of the hurricane t
Methodist discourage the critics. Whether during the same period amounted' ,
? great problem wracked his brain.
same. He ia finding the extra mil.
to win
Lllleo for
I Montgomery Pastor. he stumbled down the road. or not it falls within the of to $579,028.33.: '
B. M. His mind made he shouted his scope lions harder Thepercentage of If
Rev to have up by scratching to col.
Mala taken to "Lllleo! Lllleo! he screamed but t s
Scrool10m. the constitution does not make it claims the .
paid by '
I Sunday the Inland of Patua desperate plan to Lllleo, and she lect other taxes! In other words, companies ,
Worshlp-U 'a. !m. \ and put to his agonized cries were muffled by loss undesirable. It Is since 1
any spoliation July was nearly one half 3't
lforniJIg nodded her approval. He held her it was an burden after t
work In
Epworth Leagu'll p. m. the phosphate quarries the howling wind the roaring thunder -I tightly, touched her nose with his, amounting to simple subsidyof I I I more than the nation-wide average .)
7:30 m. Hundreds of Polynesians labor and the pelting rain. Mala members all.Was
: of
I Evening Worship, p. : tore himself away and dove Into a legislature. The there ever a more forceful ; ',I a
[ invited to all these serv- there In virtual slavery. Main fought his way to the office of the executive who rewards legislators I k
: you we and the Commandant Commandant. the sea Lllleo followed him. demonstration of the folly of devising -
are en- with jobs obviously has them under -
s. tombed when a tunnel collapses, Protected from the raging wind his thumb. new taxes every time more Rotation In Office w i,
"Where is Lllleo! he demanded
Church and Males .. the Command by the jetty, they struck out for I money Is needed
Presbyterian saves The next to the Urged By Getzen r ,
step according
angrily. "What have you done This much i ;
must be said I for
Minister the boat. What wind
H. Lowry ant's life. To reward Male, the seeped thru '
fcev 'George with her!" Tax League. Is to put through a \\1
flO-OO a m.-Sabbath SchooL Commandant !sends! for LJlleo. the twisted piles of the falling constitutional amendment Comptroller Lee: He contended
( Worship Taro Brannon felt sympathy for the pier carried them and specifically when the legislature was In session, ; :
'00 A M.--Morning: ; refuses to release her. LJ1- on speeded outlawing this outrageous
11 by the pastor. leo stows away on board n boy but he was powerless to help : them to their goal In the cut- of this I that the state needed no new lev-
practice. Copies proposal
anon him. He steeled himself for lee Now forced to do without this
5:00: p -Young Peoples Ves- schooner that Is bound for Pa- ter, Mala lashed Lllleo fast to a have been sent to all condldatesfor ;
r Service. tua. The Captains discovers her gruff reply. ring-bolt. He slipped the mooring, state offices, with the requestfor disguised sales tax he proposes to

L T30 P m. -Evenl:4: ( Worship. and plans to return her on his "The woman must go back, and the cutter pitched and toss a statement of opinion. prove It.Miami Dally News. "I:

; next trip, for he dares.. not sac Mala.. Taro, the chief demands ed as it scurried forward before the That there Is a rising wave of In- --- Y t I. i
Komvood Baptist Church rifice his trade with the Typeea her." I wind. Mala clung to the tiller and dignation against the two-job stopped, even If a constitutional 1 ei

),>, K.\'. I* O. Hemingway. Pastor by antagonizing their chief. L1I- Mala pleaded. He wept. But, began his night-long battle againstthe system is evident In the mannerin amendment Is the only way to do ilr ,
L I services every Sunday. leo escapes from the ship and the Commandant was adamant. arutu-ateathe raging sea. which leading candidates for I It.'--St. Petersburg Independent{ i
jmdy 10:15: a. m. Services at 3:30: Joins Mala. .Go back to your fare!" he or- : A peaceful sun climbed out of the highest offices are getting on .5 I
iJ Iclock in afternoon. dered. "Hurry." 1 the horizon rising In all its t tropical the bandwagon. :,\

;" BETHEL BAPTIST- CHURCH CHAPTER XI For a moment. Mala faltered. lIe glory to shine again, now that It Is too bad that we cannot go 1\\,

Rev L. A, Dounley, Pastor faced the man with loathing. Onco the hurricane bail spent Its fury cheerily forward, assuming that a ,. 1I,,
I Services every first Sunday. i With a happy sigh, Lllleo wavedto more he had trusted a popaa, and and had fallen back Into the sea legislator will be above the mischievous !

Sunday School 2:30: p. m. Mala as he departed for the once more, he had been tricked. whence It came.A business of accepting rewards

Bible Study and Prayer Services! quarries the next morning For Slowly, he turned and dragged badly battered cutter floated for rubber-stamping his alSf S
\erv Saturday night. : Mala had assured her that now, at himself out of the office a sad dejected serenely towards a near-Isle. Mala boss' bills, but the facts are too I r rw

: I last, they would always be together. spirit, dumb with grief and I stood silently hs( back against the plain for such a naive attitude. Almost 1I..t drPrndN ,
I First Christian Church The Commandant had promised hatred. I stern-post, holding the tiller In his one-half of the membershipof '. .u "h-rn.hlltn. ? v

n..,.. W. T. McGuire, Pastor to get his woman, and the The storm raged and thundered. strong grasp. A gentle wind and the last legislature secured lu .1' w rl ............ I
Bible School, 10 a. m. Commandant was a taata maltal Buckley's schooner groaned and an Incoming tide behind him the crative state positions In addition 1\ laeulrp nA.ullluaeenlard 14

Communion, 11 a m. a good man, and one to be trusted, tossed against the Jetty Typee guided his sturdy vessel to their own. The sinister possibilities { ;i
)\ Christian Endeavor 7 p. m. Mala, unable to resist the tempting The ship tore angrily at its straight for the shore line, fringed for coloring legislation un A ..11..1.... 's

'; Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30I.m : figure of his vahlne In the door. moorings. Now, It crashed againstthe with the beckoning, welcomingarms der such circumstances are quite I ''ELI Y
I: way turned and ran back to her. pier with a sickening crunchof of waving cocoanut palms. evident. It Is an abomination to be !

; Preaching Second and Fourth Giving her a hasty, bear-like hug splintering wood. Rocked and His eyes rested fondly on the 1 s

f undays 11 a. m. and 8 p, m. and rubbing his nose amorously I tossed it swung crazily about, sleeping Lllleo. With a faint smile Samuel W. Getzen a ,
and a twinkle of impish mischiefin Representative' from Humtrr
st. Marks Episcopal Church his eye he let a few drops of Af I'bIb SArVE I County ;I "
water trickle down her face. 1. '
Service on second fourth and upon "C'hHitfr.w means Irolt'Rota.-
jfth( Sundays at 11 o'clock a. m. She opened her brown eyes with linn In office Iw one of thn cardinal U
Litany and choir practice at a start. Seeing7'Mala, she reachedout COLDS principle* of the Uemwrutlo Par. F
.30 o'clock on Friday nights pre- to touch him, to reassure her. price ty," rlnlniN "Sum" (letren: candle
self tane stood ".' lato for HTATK:: TliKASUKEK.::
that her really before v
services. ALVS3T nUat0 TS5f 1
eedlng Sunday her."Lllleo. unu inQUICK ; :, IOC, 25C Paid Pol. Adv. i rI'1

," Mala'a\ voice was tired, --

but tender "wake up. A :new -- ... -' :
Island-our Island! There, we shall ,- To Help You

': BOB JONES make our hornet""Atae SERVICE
!" Lllleo gazed for a moment

,?; Comments On Here at the distant"palms. "It is MATTRESS CO. AVOID MANY COLDS 4 s
nehenehe beautiful.
: And Hereafter 381 PARK ST.
She In his arms con
snuggled JACKSONVILLEOld At the first nasal Irritation or sniffle, ;
J( tented at last. '
i "
apply Vicks Va-tro-nol-just a few drops h
-rk "Alta peeps, I am so happy," she Mattresses Rebuilt Like t
Or Walter Wilson, a physician a I murmured. New Regardless. of Condition. up each nostril. Used In time, it helps ,
Ible teacher, and preacher from Inner and Felt Binttrewwn % '
Mala's strong arms held her fast. Spring prevent many colds entirely.
Cansna City Mo., who Is a mem- In Made to Order or Re
They clung together, triumphant
er of the Board of Trustees of built.
r rb the glory of youth, forever free to
he Bob Jones College, spoke re- VICKS VA-TRO-NOL
.. :4 live and love-Mala, Lllleo's tane. Upholsteringand '
:ently for a week to the students I
f s. and Lllleo, Mala's vablne! furniture repairing. REGULAR SIll 30e OOUBll QUANTITY SOc i
:> Dr. Wilson gaveur
9 TUe End
> studentand: faculty A.,; aew. 5I i'tr4,1' .\ r !
of the inexhaustible

: ruth )f the Bible. Taking John TWO GORGEOUS =
{t'': 3iti:I ror the subject of one of his -

,',. messages he gave at least a half
. his >me verse. The writer does GIRLS WERECRAZY ; r' '

not I member, all the outlines, but 1
ivmt, Dr Wilson was talking he a
tnaai in outline of his own which ABOUT

.f wishes to pass on to his friends.
;,|John 3 IS declares first, that there
Su God Second,-Cod is interest- HIM Rr
d In man. Third, this lnterest is .
friendly, Interest. Fourth He Is .a,

Interested in all men. "Whosoever .3)) f fhe
,elleveth In Him should not per- and does ,

; 'h. Fifth, His interest was so _

peat that He gave His only begot. "Lilleo. A new island-our island Ii love it J Jw

ten Son_ to die that men might not I i >, There we shall make out home I" ,
erlSD but that they might have
eternal life. Sixth, this God Ismniscient. against hers, he whispered a few twisting jerking, trying, almost when the
I He loves all men. To words into her ear. Then, with a humanly. seemed/ to free Itself I
love all men He must know allmen shout of happiness he dashed towards from the hopes that held It fast.

| if He knows all men He has the quarry. Below deck, Lllleo was tossed love-sparks
;1 if, be omnipotent. Seventh, this The blissful vahlne dropped the about as the ship lurched and dove.
I 1 Gad IS omnipresent. Men are ev- tapa curtain across the doorway of In the dim light of the wildly
' rywhere on this earth and God the fare behind her. Inside again, swinging oil-lamp, the frantic va- fly!

would have to be everywhere If He she sang gaily as she went about hive extricated herself from the
[18', save everybody who wishes her household tasks. A sound out. jumbled mass of furniture and
' shy 'ition. Eighth, this God Is om side the hut startled her. She ran struggled towards the locked door. ;
nipotent., Only an omnipotent God to the door, expecting to see Male Lllleo's cries went unheard, for
"' I old lave men from perishing and but she retreated within again, Buckley and his crew had aban-
gw,. them eternal life. alarmed as she was confronted by doned the ship and left it to sink !

F I' s Robbins and two other popaas. In this sea that defied all men.

I' the writer was licensed to "I have come to take you back to When Mala left the office of the It's from FAITH BALDWIN'S Cosmopolitan Magazine "" j .''

preach at the age of fifteen. He Is your Island," RobbIns called to her. Oceania Phosphate Company, a : ,

. now fifty-two years old and has Lilleo was stunned. Escape she broken, betrayed man he set off romance..and is it gay and exciting! Here is a sparkling, k ? '''x
I'' studied< the Bible for a great many knew, was impossible. Silently aimlessly down the road obliviousto }

years He has sat at the feet of she came out of the fare and fol- the elements, little caring. deliciously racy story of today of a handsome young "
many great Bible teachers. The lowed her captors down the dusty whether he lived or died. A splintering

wore he hears the great Bible tea- road. crash aroused him. A blindIng publisher'who had a beautiful wife at home, and a pretty
then of the world and the more Bobbins returned her to her cab- flash of lighting lit up the
e In on the schooner: and locked the I hated ship of the popaas, mooredto the ''w
studies the Bible himself the secretary at office. It's the century's battle of hearts -
wore he Is convinced that the Bl- door securely behind her. The I the jetty. Quickly, he was alert fr

ble 1 19 the Word of God. It Is hatch above, through which she : again: Commandant had said that between them, with the lucky man in the middle I It whirls i f
trange how people express an 'had escaped was nailed down se- Lllleo must go back; Lllleo must

"pinion about the greatest Book curely."I be on that ship. Bracing himself you frorrVNew York skyscraper penthouses to gay Havana '
the wind, Mala raced towards
in the hold her, against
[ world when they have never guess that ought to
tudled the when he finished. the ship towards Lllleo. night life.with thrill and foot of the a '
Book. The most Ig he told Buckley a a laugh every way I t
As he reached the swaying Jet.
norant preacher In America knows "Looks to me as though It'll r'' y
more about science than most of have to held her for a couple of ty the piles collapsed beneath him.
the great scientists know about the days. the Captain remarked om- Clinging desperately to the nearest
Plble out of hawser he fought his way up to
Many of our modern sclenpists nlously. "We'll never pull
and so-called great scholars here to-night. Unless I miss my the swinging rope to the the deck toss-of READ EVERY GAY AND EXCITING CHAPTER OF
no the ship Lurching along ,
may know facts about naturenow guess we're due for a real .. 1
deck he screamed out for his
nothing about the Bible, yet A crash of thunder seemed to ing "
they question the Bible as the confirm him. A sudden wind woman. "Lllleo! Lllleo! The *. THIS DELIGHTFUL ROMANCE .
jv.ord of God. These same men swooped through the lagoon, and pounding of the ship against the ... r
broken wharf and the roar of the
milf. when we orthodox people the ship rocked and creaked at Its
answered him.
ear tomethlng about science. Dr. moorings.At !. storm "
Robert Dick Wilson who for years the quarries Mala and the "Lllleo! Lllleo!

connected with Princeton SemInary miners worked slowly and with Then through the noise and uproar t:
wind of the storm he faintly hearda
and died several years ago great difficulty. The rising
84' a member of the faculty of gathered the phosphate dust and thin shrill cry "Mala!"
'"minister clouds. Mala battered furiously againstthe
Seminary was pos- blew It about In swirling
81bly' > the greatest scholar of this Hastings blew three shrill blastson dor of Lllleo's cabin. Again!

generation. He said."The modernare his whistle and the men turned and again he crashed his powerful
!: are Ignoramuses. Send them from their work: to fight the wind shoulders against the door. FinallyIt r
to from Its hinges and be Story adapted B..trF.6.r/ from the t _
me n |Is the writer's conviction and rain down the road to their broke oy
that Dr. Wilson was right. shelter. Mala broke away from the "catapulted Into the room. As Metro'Goldwyn-Maysr picture co-starring
''The the cabin a If
men who know the Bible be- others and sprinted towards his he careened across
)eve it washed over the ship, CLARK GABLE JEAN Y
The men who don't beleve home and Lllleo. great wave HARLOW and MYRNA COY '
": It lust don't know It. "Lilleo! Lllleo!" he sang out. as pouring Its angry waters throughthe
dor. Lllleo lay limp In a pile
he dashed into the fare. '
The alhat rose I. aid to have the There was no answer Remembering of wreckage on the floor. Starts Next '
Idest wingspread of all birds. The the day that she and Time Pulling her to her feet he held Bradford County Telegraph'I.I.
v-'n** had hidden from him In the cocoanut her to him for one brief moment. week .In ,

from tip to tip. trees he decided that she was ,Then, half-carrying her, half-draff

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i Bradford County Telegraph following letter was received '
this week from L, S, Light of Red-
I Established 1877 dick. Mr. Light is unknown to us
but his letter contains! facts, which I

'. MGMI3ER'LORIIaAPCtESSASSOCIATI. =D=r/\[\ if true, and we have no reason to I Mister Veteran !
N \\ doubt that they are, should have I
V the attention of Florida voters
) who are Interested In their own

4t444Published : welfare. I

.. of ridiculous
-- The employment a INVEST YOUR BONUS
Weekly on Friday and Entered as Second Class J ly large number of attaches by the I

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida i j members of the state leglalature
.. u .. have for many years been a sourceof I IN ONE OF THESE FARMS
sore discussion:: among Florida
t E. L. Matthews _> __-___Editor and OwnerSUBSCRIPTION taxpayers, but so far no one has I "'0 have !several Improved Bradford County Farms ranging
Htfrom twenty to three hundred acre I'rlrml from svni ::
'L t about it Here la
done anything
$3OOO. Term of 20% cash balance as long as 20 years, 'f,
{, KATE Mr. Light's letter: Interest.' Let us show jou In-ne prop<>rtles. You do not time to waite can trade today. Price sill am fl

i j Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance "The endorsed figures were copIed never be lower Call on WILSON REALTY ('0., STAUKE, or Forrest E. Duvles St Augustine
from Tallahassee reports and
Advertising Kales on Application COLUMBIA

p __ __ __ '_ --- ._ uuu -... .-- other sources
"Mr. Taxpayer and voter care .
i Bradford County is now in the spotlight in strawberry I fully read and study the following I .

4 production figures: .
"The 1925 legislature cost us, In
o round numbers $192,000 or about TOO LATE

ltlr't: March came in like a lamb but succeeded in giving almost $3,000 per day, two sessions held.
4 The 1929 session of 80 days cost NOTICE TO
''r a > h; everybody a case of "flu." us In round numbers of $269,000, TO CLASSIFY I

J o or about $3,300 per day. The 1935 Br ItussEld KAY
"t t' l session, about forty hours after the Brerrtnrn Florida Pre.. AMK.
; I A midnight snack is what you eat when you come home L
,, clock stopped, cost In round numbers
f +
after attending a banquet. $303,000, or about $:JOOO, per
l ? day, or about $2,000 more per day I've been looking over a little HOMESTEAD OWNERS!
+ il : 0JI C.
than the 1929 session. booklet sent me by Wendell

JI There [is an old saying that when two dogs fight over a I "Tax payer and voter, if you will Heaton Industrial, Chairman Commission of ,the that Florida ex-

iL bone a third runs away with i it. carefully study the following fig plains the Workmen's Compensation -
' I ures you will know why the last
111 0 Act as passed by the last leg
legislature cost us so much The
and I note, right at the
: j ': it s aii right to put up a good front, but it doesn't hurt I thirty-eight senators made us pay
f, senator start, that while it provides protec- If have not filed application for
n for nine helpers for each at you your
to have a little in back of it too. : tion and compensation for em-
a cost to us of about $2400 besides
o their pay. The house had ninety- ployees of all state and it other eliminates poli- homestead exemption, please take time to do
tical subdivisions,
Just because somebody has called you a jackass there's five legislators and to the timo the' at the
those "elected to office
Fs; I no need for you to start braying. clock was stopped had 237 helperson polls." so now. The law provides that exemptionmust
; the pay roll. The records say
i o there was 192 helpers paid $6.00 It don't say anything about the
bo claimed before April 1st of each
:4 If you don't choose to take good advice you might at each and five more than $6,00 each poor guys In the business of "try- on or

?v least file it for future We paid, if I made no mistakes In In' to get elected at the polls" butconsiderln'
l 1 away
; of casual-
; the number year.
my count, 904 labor bills for last
i i +,16 o session. A HELL, OF A MESS. ties in this racket the matter deserves -

s This is fine weather, but we can't refrain from reminding "Tax payer and voter, the following -,! serious consideration.

1r.!., you that it is also good for termites. will tell you what we paid Messln' with political machineryIs
i for the passing of the 1935 and a hazardous occupation if there
i o See that the correct description of
1929 legislative bills. The 1935 ever was one yet we leave our political your
t4i : Why throw mud when you can fix it up with a fancy session cost us $303,000 and they machines right out In the

3 ;' u name and sell it to some beauty parlor? passed 220 general bills besides the open without even a guard rail, and homestead is altered on your application and
local bills. The 1929 session cost the buzz saw Is exposed so that the
I- ua $269,000 and they passed 334 rankest amateur can monkey with avoid complications arising from exemptingthe
j Statistics prove that women are the best drivers. Sure general bills besides the local bills. It. It's no wonder so many of 'em

t 'j' Look at all the men they've driven to drink. The 1925 session cost $34,000 less get hurt. wrong property.
and 114 more general bills
0 Of course we might take the at-

p Knickers for men are said to be coming back. Wonder if and than voters 1935 lets session cut out Tax that payers kind tltude engage that in any such guy an dumb occupationdon't enoughto

- they'll bring a real estate boom with them ? of a deal."Voter. deserve any consideration, .

o and tax payer, In 1925, and, and if he gets hurt It's his own DON'T DELAY !
1929 and 1935, after the sixty daysof other hand
hard luck, but on the
The younger generation would do well to write two poemsan
session the
approprIationbill we provide for our other dumb an-
"Ode to Mother" and an "Owed to Father." cost Ing last few years of about imals so what?

' o $35,000,000 were passed. Voter and It Is all right to eliminate the
tax payer this to my way of thinkIng who elected" J. M. LEE COMPTROLLER
4 Congress doesn't like our cross-state canal. Probably was not an honest deal withus fellows don't need "got compensation; they But ,

figured enough voters don't live along the banks tax payers. the poor defeated any candidates are

o "Voter and tax payer, let's unitein the ones I'm thlnkln' about and If

Now is the time of year when the housewife is troubled a move to demand our next leg- I were runnln fot' the legislatureI'd
I slators to cut the legislative cost have a plank In my platform
t having her servant work to strawberries.
by quit pick .
of last session In two. They pass calling for a "Def nted Candidates'
, o I the appropriation bill early in the Compensation"" '' CANDIDATE ANNOUNCEMENTS $5 :

Headline: "Cadets Leave Sinking Ship" And yet some I session and cut out all useless cost, It just isn't right to let these
to pay no helpes for work never boys offer their an on the altar of
folks say that a college education isn't worth anything. done, to make our legislators do sacrifice and then turn our backson BEGINNING NEXT WEEK

, 0 I more attache's work, cut the num- them In their hour of need. It

i Florida has had lots of distinguished! visitors this winter, ber of attaches in both houses to seems to me thnt a reasonable and
I less than 200 and to serve us hon- for them is only
i just compensation
but the best was saved for the last Franklin D Roosevelt
f estly and truly. faIr Among the things that mightbe
I o "Voter and tax payer, let's be covered by such compensation -FLOR IDAH1' I t.lLI.sJJ.'lY: lctlt'NE-r @Mlt f'
J : One candidate is sending out souvenir pencils-to be used.1 honest and true citizens In this are the following
campaign and tell by our vote we Hurt Feelings Every defeated
" in making an "X" mark in front of his name, he probably BOSS." _
the suffers this
are terribly on
,,< ..' hopes I l1OS. kl
i!1. \ -- --- account. .4 z' ;
!,t --0 ENTERTAINED I Lung Injury: "Try six monthson
Members of the Suwannee River the and radio
stump platform
, Just as we needed another paragraph one of our friends I piioN
Press Association were royally entertained and see how you like It.
dropped in with this: "The candidate's Ford hopes to become last Friday at Macclenny Colds and Pneumonia: Caused

i + the Gubernatorial by the Baker County Press, from going so long without a hat, + ': T Lincoln with the aid of the Glen St Mary's "I'S" a candidate baa put out
Nursery, the Southern State's during a campaign. ,
I1, They tell us that lavender hair Is the latest thing at Palm Nursery and the Hotel Annie. Kir Injury or Defective Hearing: RGS'IPG.I'/r Or'IZOFO..e

Beach. Who could work up any sentiment singing "When Members: of the association were Caused front ,)Ic.t ping ear on A/AOSr NA.rA
treated to a tour through the ground or exposure to long and
Your Hair Has Turned to Purple'0 ? CGNTUP
i beautiful azalea gardens at the I continued blasting of loud speak ;
-- Glen St. Mary's Nursery, which I' ers. .

Rudy Vallee proves you have to be able to take to be an have now reached their height of Infection: Brought on by hand .dA ,-,
for the Other interesting and baby kIssing J
beauty season. shaking .
{ orchestra!' leader. He got socked again tho other day-this
points tit this wonderful Defective vision: (tProvlded can- '
i ji fl ;, time with fists instead of grapefruit. nursery! wero visited. The whole didate fan prove \he didn't have it wrv is i ;; fear 4/v'2';

t r ---_________n; plant covers thousands of acres before entering the race.) "
worth visit. The to chin: (Except in cases WAS TUG SCD.
and Is well a Injury .
n Writers who want to protect girls that married '' '
young say ,
Southern Stat 's Nursery has recently where DELIBERATELY stuck /// LAsr &

': men should' wear a badge to indicate their state. A year changed hands and Is making I out.) V t z' : '. CGA VOJ2./

before last suit should be badge enough. progress under<<: the new man Losing! Heart: (Except when ,
,t --0 agement. The press delegates received caused by high Blonds Pre sure,) I
I a fine gift of an azalea Hardening of Financial: Arteries: ; ,,,yy
: Paper< clothing is coming soon, one writer says When plant from one nursery and n Any Ebe-Candidate con tell you

_', it doe you'd better be careful that the wife doesn't use your beAutiful palm from the other. about this.Punctured.
The dinner that night was held Personal\ Vanity:
& Sunday suit to wrap the children's school lunches in
at the Hotel Annie, which Is fam- Leaves some of 'em, maimed for yh
o for Its life. r: "' ,
oua throughout the state I .
: The Dionne Quintuplets got $10,000 each for appearing fried chicken. The meal lived up I Getting toes aief pe to Its reputation and other article :dandtdntes! can "tike It."
briefly in a motion picture. The funny part about it is that
Y on the menu were as delicious a* I Ruptured P.t'h iS nns. : Both business !
, the girls are too young to even realize they were working. the chicken I and pcisontfl '

0-- ------ +- .__. --- But rll ki<1din' aside and gettin''aak
rim NBKD: ron IOO1MERATIUN I, to \Ven .booklet and the
: t Public :schools' in Sweden are equipped.1 with bathtubs.
The thought Is widely expressed Workmen's Compensation Law as
y, Thi 'i'- not likely to become the custom in this country. We that the most encouraging factorIn I ',t now operates (tu Florida, it is

i\\; 1 find it hard enough to get young boys to attend regularly as it the acrtciiHitnU situation is the : i splendid thing for the state and .,';,\ .

is. steady, sustained growth of the i jur I ibor organizations Legislators ? ;=; i OVrr
P great farm cooperative organization and others who have broughtt yjtG&
v i *. As they enllit more members I about deserve plenty of credit
One minister says he cannot understand how so many I and make their influence WitH the exception of two states, Sf.JIlN )

H :fl e : ; of the men in this. nation, who are responsible for economic more widely felt their battle for t Mississippi and Arkansas, laborers: W1@fiJjJ)
# stable markets and. better prices I i 'nd workers of tit# nation ere proi -
oppression: war etc., can sit in their church so compla ) ; WVfV '
t pews automatically approaches closer to i i tested by simper laws and \"(,nI Nr60AfAn +
cently. victory I I! dell tells me tint since the Hw be-
--0 Cooperative leaders have demonstrated came effective In Florida over 20-
h to the thinking public 000 claims have been successfully
One editor says that by keeping filled with bran, sour that fair end profitable prices for : handled '

,; 4 l milk carrots, spinach and other junk recommended by the agricultural products are an essential -' Every employfe labor In Florida -

t health fadists[ you will have no fear of death-in fact, you of recovery generally--that should contact the Florida In-
will welcome it. bringing back the farm Income toa dustrial Commission and secure a
t normal level would be a major copy of the booklet giving full : .? -"re> "
0 step In bringing back the urban In- :details concerning the Florida
' The mind's dullest moment is on arrival home from work, come. The American farmer constitutes Woi'kmen's Compensation Act, for

scientists say. Wives find that some husbands are so mentally for the greatest single market I'while an employed may operate In a tiny laboratory In Fort Myeri, Thog. A, Florida, bears two crops within a month! The

t exhausted they can't even think in which pocket they one our can profit factory If products his buying, and power no I either it, under there the.nevertheless act or Independentof provision Edison perfected many of: the remarkable inven main crop which i Is usually very heavy, riPepe

; I placed their pay check. Is dormant. which seriously affect his tions he gave to mankind. Here also was the at one time extending over a period of about *

o The cooperatives In brief, are welfare and a thorough knowledgeof principal scene of his List great endeavor to week; following this, the plant produces catW'
showing the nation that all our the law's develop from goldenro an emergency rubber ing flower and second cropr
+ +': Having a new ocean liner called the "Queen Mary" is provisions may prevent begins to produce a
a citizens-rural and urban dwellers substantial business losses supply in time of war. 4,; the time of his death which ripens about a month later. The fr"'*
> trifle confusing. For instance the other day we saw a headline have the same Interest and the that the work
may occur through Ignoranceor was practically t o-npleUd. He had spent of this plant Is i very delicious when fully nP'
-I "Queen Mary Grounded on Trial Trip" we at first thought same problems, and that better failure to take advantage of the 47 successive winters la I lorlda. Under favorable condition the suri am-Chel'Tf

;' 1 the good health of her Royal Highness mlgldt be in danger. times for all.for one means better time ,I protection It offers, not alone to is one of the most prolific of fruits and its fl""
employee but to
employer M welLI
The SurituwChenyi which)
thrive la
He exceedingly: fragrant..


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