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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 3, 1936
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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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jiiiics Stores Cooperating in "Lucky Days"Here .WILL CONTINUE CLERKS BARRED' 29 Berry Cars '


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CKS UP are the "LUCKY DAY" stores that ItiV
are working together HOMESTEADAPPLICATIONS FROM SELLINGCERTIFICATES .
to give their
customers $50 Free each Saturday. Ask to-

COUNTYTwentyseven day at any of these places and they will explain the rules. Leave County

Tip Top Grocery Steinberg's Store

Hart Furniture Co. joe Slstrunk's Service Station
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Stump's Store Week ;
Have Denmark Furniture Co. During :
Bradford Waintcright A Six Months
Hardware. Magnolia Fish Market cconio- Must Pass

Said Would Make Jacobs' Store Hayes Service Station date Taxpayers If Tax Adjustment _ 'riy: '.t'' ',

Races Canova's Pharmacy Green's Store FurtherMAY Applied ForRRAIFORD HIT-AND-RUN Peak Expected To Be ,
4 J. M. Alvarez \
Mitchell's
Store
Drug
Reached In Ten
'l\\ OFFICES TO GO Slstrunk's Feed & Seed Lights Service Station APPLV'UNTin TAX DRIVER i '

ITHOUT OPPOSITION Smith's Garage s. R. Johns & Sons BOOKS CLOSE liE SAYS MET TillS WEEK BOARD SERIOUSLY INJURES Days ,. : ,!. '
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The Quality Store Smith's Service Station --r: MAN ON GRADED : :,
formal announcements
I\\elve added Impetus, to coun- New Deal Service Station Stern's Garage Tax Assessor D. Wainwright Attorney General Cary D. Lan- ROAD PRICES STRONGER t
week announced yesterday that he would dis has ruled that clerks of courts
[ and promise ofAy Alexander & Company P. B. Jenkins farmer
gave ,
polltics continue taking ''applications for cannot within six months of April living
heated moments to come homestead exemption. In spite of a 1. 1936 sell tax certificates upon northeast of town, Is in a serloui! Six Day's Shipments },
Ing the eight weeks remaining: statement which condition as a result of being
published last week by applications have been made Net Growers Almost 1
Ire the primary election, June I the Comptroller' Office In, Tallahassee to the delinquent tax adjUstment struck by a hit-and-run driver ear- ,

LESLIE ADAMS VOTING LAWEXPLAINED that all applications must board and adjustments granted, Iy Sunday morning on a graded SOJOOO ,,

hose who announced this week DIES be In by April 1. but paid. road near Hellbronn Springs.The ,,
|e of whom had previously made Mr. Walnwrlghf statement was The ruling was in response- toa victim's nose was cut off Bradford Coutny' striwIxrry! ) \

i their intentions, were: A. O. FAMOUS ACTOR WASA THREE METHODS OF CASTING as follows: V request by Comptroller J. M. Lee. in the impact three ribs were season entered Its second week ; {,:

jlreu, for sheriff; Miller L. NATIVE OF POSSIBLE ABSENTEE "Notice to home owners: All of After expiration of the six broken his skull was gashed and with a total. of twenty-nine cars ,,1
s. for sheriff; A. .1. Thomas STARKE BALLOT you who have not filed application months, General Landis' opinion he received other cuts and bruises of fruit rolling from, Starke and '1

{re-election as clerk of the clr- for tax exemption pleue. call amy held, clerks may sell such certificates The farmer was struck by the Lawtey besides heavy truck shipments f "
court W J. Epperson, fore Leslie Adams prominent stage Florida voters who will not be office and make such< applies In the same manner as If no automobile from behind! and consequently which together are believed ', i' ,
| senator Fred Hazen, for rep- actor who was born in Starke died at home on election day may use tion at the earliest possible date. adjustment had been applied for could) not see who the to have brought growers a return ''

ntatlve Mallory Thomas, for Thursday of last week in New anyone of three methods of cast. "The Constitution, provides for and granted. .. vicious driver was Jenkins was of 48339.60 during the week. .
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,Election as county commlsslonJK York City where he was recentlyseen ing their absentee ballots, It was tax exemption on homes and the Mr. Landis said an owner who left lying In the road where he Indications were Wednesday that (

T O'Steen, for re-election as in the plrncipal role in "A pointed out here this week.A statutes require you to file application has been granted an adjustment of: was discovered about 7 o'clock and prices would gradually strengthen j \",
my commissioner; Lester Kite, Room In Red and White" on Broadway voter absent from the state for such exemption on or before his delinquent taxes has nine days brought to town by a passing motorist after having dropped to a low of I )( ':
{ commissioner Alex L. He was forty-nine years old may write the county registration April 1 of under the law '
county ; ttchysar. general of 193! around six cents a pint on Tues ,
es. for county commissioner; and Is remembered by many of the officer who may make affidavit "But I will not pall time on you within which he alone may take --. day. The break In the market was .

Moore, for school board; K. older residents here although he requesting a ballot from the coun- and will continue toy take appllca advantage of tta adjustment offered UNUSUAL FILM attributed to poor fruit caused by 4 ;
wls for school board; and H. left Starke at an early age. ty registrar on forms supplied to tlons until tax books are written up; under the new law. unwelcome showers that have I,

Jtay, for scbool board. He was reared in Savannah, Ga., that official by the state.A and approved by the Board of After the nine days, he said, AT RITZ somewhat hindered opera tlons ,r

Ibis week brought the total to and reached the top of his profession ballot will be mailed to him County Commissioners. Don't dte creditors or those holding liens here. ti n
ntY'lIeven candidates who had : on Broadway after a long I after May 18, fifteen days prior to lay but make your applications as against the land may purchase or "THE STORY OF LOUIS PASTEUR" Since Wednesday of last week '

lunced either formally or infor- strusrele__ In obscure theatrical n_._. com._____ the primary date. This ballot must soon as possible. redeem the nronertv. nl'ovld.J th. LY HAS BEEN WIDE twenty-one cars have rolled from .
fllv_ for county office. panics throughout the country in be properly marked, and .worn-to: -- '"' -' owner does not apply io'r' and obtain ACCLAIMEDA Lawtey and eight from Starke The I "

hose who have previously an- repertory shows, burlesque, vaudeville and if received through the mails i j I MERCHANTS an adjustment from his soul-stirring drama of love truck movement from Starke over .' .

aced formally are: E. W. Hayes and showboats. When death by the county Judge on or before SAVE TAX county board. !and action, filmed against a back. the same period of time was 100- ,
j tax assessor; R. F. Demorest, came he had reached a position midnight of the day of the election MONEYUNDER The Bradford County Tax Ad- ground of scenic splendor will be 208 pints and the pick-up truck 'f

I tax assessor; L. H. Hill, for tax where motion picture companieswere will become a proper ballot. RULING BY JUDGEON ustment Board met here Tuesday offered to the audience which at. an lessor Carl Knight, for re-elec- bidding for his services. Voters who will be absent from EFFECTIVE DATE for the last time, as provided by tends the performance of Gene estimated to have averaged 7,200 '

k as cax collector; Carl Johns, Four years ago Mr. Adams scored the state on election day may : OF LAW law. Numerous applications for Stratton-Porter's "Freckles" starring pints a day. The total movement ,
I tax collector; A. J. Griff, for a pronounced success In his first make affidavit and obtain an absentee adjustments were received. Tom Brown and Virginia front the county for the week was

I'ectlon: as superintendent of big Broadway role In "Goodbye ballot from the county Merchants here as well as else- Weidler, at the Ritz Theatre Saturday around 424,523 pints and the av- ,

tile Instruction; S. L. Crews, fortool Again" and forthwith took rank Judge's office not more than fifteen where In Florida stand to save COUNTY for one day only Togstb rag. price both at Starke and '
board; J. C. Frevatt for with the most sought after char nor less than three days payment of one-half of one per SCHOOLS er with this picture will be featured Lawtey l was around seven and a .

tool I board. acter leading men in the theatre. prior to the election. cent gross receipts 'tax for nearly GET FUND "Bar 20 Rides Again," with half cents. i,

those who have stated their in- His greatest role was In the satirical The sealed voted ballot Is deposited -I eight months under the latest court William Boyd. With favorable weather the season -* ,

pn of making races are: Nel- i musical revue, "As Thou In the precinct ballot box ruling on the controverted 1935 STATE'S NEW APPROPRIA- Paul Muni has scored again. In here i is expected to reach Its '

j Green, for sheriff; Charley E.I sands Cheer," in which he shared by the county judge and sent to I chain store tax. I TION BRINGS TOTAL the Cosmopolitan production, "The peak in another ten days. The '.

M for state senator; C. C, But1 -* featured" billing,with' .Marilyn Miller the precinct to becounted on the Circuit Judge J.JB. Johnson of I CLOSE TO PROMISE Story of Louis Pasteur" which will heaviest movement had previously 3

1 for representative; A. A. Dur- Clifton Webb. and Helen Bro-. day of election by the election Tallahassee heW the levy became A. J. be shown at the Rita Theatre Sunday been predicted for this week, but 1 ,
Grlffls
1 for representative; M. J. Sapp, derick. board for the precinct.A I I effective Feb. 25: when the Supreme Supt. that Bradford announced and Monday, he has given the recent showers and accompanying '
yesterday
representative; Joseph E. Wil- .He is survived by his widow, the voter who is away from his Court finally! upheld the act received County world not only one of the finest cool weather have worked to post- ': '
6693.91 Its
I, for ,ounty commissioner; and former Gwendolyn Williams, and home county on election day, may after a rehearing, instead of July the $1,000,000 turned as share of characterizations ever depicted on pone the date. Plants are reported I
: to
j M Edwards, for county comlaloner two sons, Charles and Robert. present his registration certificate! 1 as provided by the law. schools of Florida over common the the screen but has made a real contribution to be literally filled with small -' ,

I and proper poll tax receipts at Merchants were given twenty state this week. by to the art of motlnn plc- fruit, and growers say we haven't ,, '

,. t: is expected that the next few any Florida voting precinct, and days to pay their taxes to the The allotment of funds ureH. Co-starring with Munt are seen anything yet in the way of
Last Lenten ServiceThe brought
jri will bring many additional receive a voting ballot from that Comptroller. Judge Johnson ruled, state contributions Josephine liutchlcfton as the wife production of fine berries If the ,
for the to ,
ouncements and the political I last of; the Friday evening precinct, in which he may write j however, a graduated occupational the payment of teachers' and year bus of Pasteur beautiful Anita Louiseas weather remains favorable. "

] will continue to sizzle until it Lenten speakers at St. Mark's his choice of candidates for his i license tax was effective July 1. drivers' salaries to $7,006000, toward his daughter, Donald Wood. Average prices per crate during; '
jchea the boiling point. I Church will be the Rev. Mr. H. E. district j I The gross receipts tax applies Governor Sholtz' of !and many others. the past week were as follows: '
Martin, of the Diocese of Long la- This ballot Is sworn to by the equally to all stores, Independentor 000.000 for the goal $9- Bette Davis comes to the Ritz Thursday $3.23; Friday $2.86; Sat- ,

IELFAREBOARDAt land. He Is in charge of the services voter and forwarded to the county chain. The occupational levy year. Theatre Tuesday and Wednesday urday $2.56; Monday $2.32; Tues .
during Lent at St. Mary's Judge to be counted as an absentee -/ varies from $10 a year for one bus Sources of the revenue distributed of next week In her latest Warner day $2.27; Wednesday. $2.55. ,
iness house to $400 for each unit this week were: one mill constlutlonal Bros'. production "Dangerous," ,
Church, Green Cove Springs. The ballot three! days after the Plant City continues tr> ship
I service will be at 7:30: o'clock. On election when the canvass of votes :,| in chains of sixteen or more. tax for schools 16373.20; with Franchot Tone playing oppo. heavily and forty-one cars were reported ''jl ,

Work On Good Friday April 10th there will is made by the election officials. 1 Whether the circuit court opinion Interest on common school fund, site her and.Margaret Lindsey her out of there Monday. Quality ., I'

be no evening service.but the customary I would end the long.litlgatlon over 6,02965; sale of motor vehicle of fruit in that section Is said jt .

'ENSION PLAN 1 noon service commemorating Don't wash your face with water the act, passed by the legislatureafter tags, fund$202,908.14, $$775,089: ; and.general revenue rival.With a million dollars worth of to have improved considerably and 7 '

the Crucifixion will take its Just before going out In winter, or I It turned down a measure to .1. tars .tantalizing melodies and hilarious It la not known now how long ,

place. it will become chapped. j jI outlaw all chain stores was not comedy at their dlspoxa shipments will continue from that ,

&CPECT DISCUSSIONS AT known. Some believed It would. To List County NeedsThe the producers of "Thanks A Million point. Thirty-five cars rolled from. j

COMMISSIONER: MEETING I THIS SECTION OF FLORIDA IS NEAR I The Supreme Court first upheldthe Bradford County Planning ," have packed the entertainment Louisiana Tuesday and about the 4'
flat gross receipts tax and the of six: pictures Into this fun- same number was expected to \ .
11 MONDAY TO UTOPIA WRITER SAYS Council has been asked to submit
I graduated occupational license musical which vets a new all-tlm. move Wednesday.
I IByll.E.LAGERGREN a list of this works
county's public .'.".'.
B'ici' payments and declared higher high for pictures of that type.
age pensions and a plan"reby needs for the next ten to the ITr
( country, are not found here; we i: gross receipts levies for chains un years Starring in this superb productionare
pate Florida counties can par- Has it ever struck you that this get goods at the lowest possible constitutional.After State Planning Board by July 1 so Dick Powell, Ann Dvorak, Pat CHAPPELLAddresses
in National Social SecurlAct master be drafted.
a plan
Act will section of Florida comes as near prices and buyers pay all they can a rehearing It stuck to the may sy Kelly, Fred Allen Paul White-
be an important issue I Similar have been sent to
(utsed being "Utopia" as can any in this afford for farm produce. Penury original opinion but divided equally requests man and his Band Rublnoff an<1
at the meeting of the all other counties in the state. N. Voters
In but there I jj
Is ,
ftrd 'jf real world 7 pinching spots on the effective date. others.
County Commissioners D. Wainwright, Jr., chairman of
e The newspapers have been load- has been no real suffering; help Chain concerns last summer attacked -, .-, .---
Monday. the local said\ the list
council
ed with accounts of unprecedentedcold comes from one direction or an- the law both in state and
4 Approval of the general plan, would be prepared in the near fu- Injured In Accident IN STARKE R'L"4'F
"Live live" Is
Uitlonal weather. storms colds, floods, other. and let our federal courts. A three-Judge federal -
'.M being upon the necessary strikes, murders, robberies, politi- unwritten motto. Everyone works I court declared the entire gross ture. M. J. Sapp, who stated this week
be sixty-seven made available by each cal squabbles, racketeering profi- or Is, at least, looking for employ- I receipts section unconstitutionaland he would be a candidate for representative ,

raced last week counties by Conrad,was Van an- teering, etc., etc., in other partsof ment, and no class of work Is held Issued an Injunction against Health Council to Meet from this county, was HITS AT RISING COST ;
flIng' state the country, causing untold suffering In contempt. The men to whom I its collection. Under the United Injured Monday in an automobile OF FLORIDA'S itic1
i welfare commissioner of soi as well as loss of life, prop- the management of our public affairs States court ruling the occupational The Bradford County Health accident while he was on his way GOVERNMENT; 4f
wington,,D.on his return from I erty and peace. Yet here we sit is entrusted, are honest and levies would have been doubled Council will meet at the City Hall to Jacksonville. He Is Bald, to be -

t is said that C.a I In quiet contentment. vIewing capable. Grafting Is never heardof as provided under the law in the Friday night at 7:30: o'clock Improving now In a hospital there. Dan Chappell Miami candidate .
representative
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the Social Welfare calmly the frantic scenes presentedon ; to the contrary, one often wonders : event the gross receipts tax was for governor, brought his camJ4 i
Board will
'1 with each board of commls- the world stage-even unto ,how they can accomplish s*, thrown out. ', GET THE HABIT OF TRADING AT HOME paign to Bradford County late Saturday ,

erg I in the state this month in Hauptmann's fate and the Florida much with the slender means at I In arguments before Judge Johnson (An Editorial) I afternoon when he made a '

attempt to get them lined canal fiasco tOur their disposal. I I yesterday it was Intimated the street corner speech here In whichhe
Participation in the plan. It up Is cold spells are so gentle and Outsiders who are apt to Judge federal court would be asked to dissolve I Trading at home Is always a time wasted and delay In waitingfor proposed that In the future no
I doubtful. Mr. Van Hynlng Infrequent till many never even the condition of the entire coun- Its injunctions commendable policy but during the goods annoyance of exchanging new forms of taxation be passed
'. whether sufficient care to buy,overcoats; we do not try from the unfavorable newspaper -. The graduated gross receipts tax the next six weeks, when merchants goods that do not fill the without a referendum vote of the
can '
Provided to place the money In have to freeze on account of coal accounts would hardly believe would have ranged from one-half and business men here are bill or that do not measure up to people and that the governor and Lj4
plan '
ration in all counties on a unl-i miner' strikes or trains held up by that such a happy region as ours' of one per cent for one store to offering special Inducements to the grade expected--these and other state officials be subject to
11 basis. The Social sncw or wash-outs, for we have existed, for It is never mentioned. five per cent for chains of sixteenor people! of this section It Is not many other charges must be figured a recall when their oaths of office ,
ini requires that Security who fuel in abundance near at hand. Health alone is silent: -every aliment more units. only commendable but Is the better In with the purchase price that have been violated. lie was Introduced

equally in need shall persona be taken Storms give us a wide berth; disastrous has Its own particular whine. u __'"' part of wisdom looks so attractive when listed In to his audience by George '

e Of without discrimination. floods and snow we can- The man In quest of quick riches The Townsend Club J If people will only figure up the a catalog. There Is no easy way to Inman. assistant reading clerk at
ecause of the limited not have. Each man Is his own will find nothing here to satisfy .\Incidental costs and Inconveniences secure goods for less than they the last session of the legislature.At 1
I; be available Mr. Van funds that master in an economical sense; the him. But this section is Ideal for r; Regular meeting of the Club will caused by Bending out of town for can be supplied by the experienced the conclusion of his speech '.

eves that the state board Hynlng employer can hire and fire as'he him who Is contented with a mod- be held in the school house next anything that can be purchased at business man of Starke. the former Dade County legislator'

I It necessary to raise the will pleases, and the workman l la at erate competence In a delightful Monday April 6, at 1:30 p. m. andIt home they will readily see that It During the next six weeks a was approached by a member of _
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It for eligible age liberty to accept any Job offered climate. among good society. LandIs will be of special Interest to pays to trade at home at any time. number of leading businesses In the local Townsend Club who said
"tmately persons to ap- at wages and working hours that abundant and cheap, easily members of the club and their It Is customary to Ignore such Starke through cooperation are he would not vote for any candiJ
sixty' The seventy years instead suit him without Interference by worked and can be made very fer friends as .the Aluchua Club is going items, but they are there Just the offering a special Inducement to date who would not support the .'f
aced to Include age limit may be labor union dictators, and thus,we tile. Building is cheap and heavy to bring over their musical organization I same and are part of the cost of encourage people of this trade area Townsend Plan. Mr. Chappell said ,
y-tive and persons between I have no strikes. Robberies and clothing Is not needed. All the to entertain us with' the goods bought through out-of to buy at home. The provisions that he could not conscientiously '. ______
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liable seventy if funda are murders are almost unknown here. year around something may be had song and Instrumental music and 1'. town channels. of this plan may be learned from pledge himself to support the provisions '
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-nuer'- provisions I If a "red" agitator should come from the soil. Pasture 'for stock In return for this tine entertain. I For Instance, the cost of a trip stores displaying the yellow cardsIn of Townsend although he _
of
Imul11 the act the no one would listen to him. We la free and the pines grow up faster meat they want us to furnish them i iI to the city, hotel bill, time wasted thelr-windows, and it Is to the had expressed himself In his speech _
amount I
K e $10 of al1; per permust have no political bosses, and we than they are being cut..down. I I with a good speaker for their next I I I away; from employment, goods Interest of each consumer that he as being In favor of an old age 1, ,

f from federal per monthfrnJf3 made care so little for politics, anyway Discouraging economical outlook meetings April 13. I.promised, brought home that are not really Inquire about the arrangement. >enslon. ., ', ______
the funds and till no disturbance can take placeon has followed the depression, and them A. J. Griff* as an ardent'Ia.eeded. higher prices actually paid So throw away your mall order I The Mlamlan bitterly denounced _
: county.. that score. We have no oraclesto the worshiped lodestar of wealthis Townsendlte and a good speaker for the goods on account of the catalog and don't go out of town what he termed "unparalleled extravagances '

look up to, nor any very great declining toward the horizon. ,,, who would very materially assist stupendous overhead of the big unless called away because of sick I largely indulged In by .' ,
residing Elder Here ; sinners to look down ou. We live until thos of short reach have given them in organizing a strong and (city stores. All this means cost ness. If you conscientiously makean the present administration for the i
it. Rev. Homer Thompson, pre- in democratic peace and amity and up all hope of grabbing It. A I''aggressive club. Remember the and must be charged up againstthe effort to buy what you can In purpose of building a gigantic po-
elder of the Methodist each man is the owner of his opin tendency to go back to the land for I'| splendid entertainment promisedus purchases you make out of Btarke during the next six weeks IItical machine so that the present

rch. WIll preach here Sunday' ions. No envy, backbiting or un- a moderate, but sure, living has for our next meeting Monday town. I we know that when that period of governor might select and elect
ht at 8 dock. After the icrL dermining.The been born. Those thus minded can night and Invite your friends to I I la case of mail order purchases time Is up you will be sold on the his own successor In office at the ;
L the Fourth Quarterly Confer- racketeering and profiteer- find what they wish In this'sec-i come and enjoy It with u*. there are money order and postage' Idea and will continue trading at -


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I HAMPTON r HIGHLAND $UNNY BROOK FARM LA JJ"TEY ZIFF .ctlon thence' South Twenty to South_ -'r-

.... Aim NI..... CorrrmfomatmtRev Mice, M. R. Crews, Correoponden Mrs. O. E. Crosby Cor. O. J. rsjlllles. Cerres....ee.t MU. LuTe Mate Lewis, Cerresven'eat Ii The Five thence South Went RanII'to Southu TW'... :'&:1

.' ,. W. T. McCuIre preached at W. E. Marrof Jacksonville I Strawberry! ;: Shlpmrnt Services were held at Little Rock 1 Section Five Twentythr..\" ,'Of
Messrs. Fred Halalop and H. Box South Range. TwT., *'
the First Christian Church, at Pa- spent Sunday here with his brother, Kelly were business visitors B'I Since last report there has been Church last Saturday and Sundayby III IIILetter !then ,.. South to Houthu". ",, .";' 4

latka, last Sunday morning: and J. T. Marr.F. Alachua Thursday. a total shipment from this pointof the Rev. W. M. Moody of La- Section' ', Thirty-five.Ran.1I T.l'Ioulh ,,.,,\\.'>-''rne,:'0 r
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11 evening. seventeen cars containing 252. Croiae, and the Rev. L. D. Johns, tVence East. to eo
.. M. Crews waa a business visitor Calvin Ward has been on the "Section rftrTw' ,
A Mr. Geiger and family of WilIlston 392 pints of strawberries, making of Graham.Mr. Fla. ; .rn
Starke
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to Starke Saturday. sick list for the past few days. !South Range"" Twein, 'iI''[ F
: have located in the bungalow a total shipment this season moving March 27 1936. thence South .
Mlaa Janie Marr visited relatives We are glad to see him out again. and Mrs. Clyde Kelly and to South *.
on Main Street known the in of 325,076pints Northwest Quarter ..r r"'
express cars children attended the funeral of Editor Telegraph, s
4 Gould at Btarke Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs Floyd( Crosby and Township Six South i: ."" 0
cottage. children and Mr. and Mrs. O. K. or twenty-one cars, which the Rev. F. M. Taylor, of Hampton Dear Sir: ty-one Ea.t th.nce En, ., ,*. T.
f Rule Johns and family have located Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Norman does not Include shipments made Sunday afternoon.J. begInning.SPECIAL. "'.lm,
and Will the follow-
Crosby children were visitingMr. you please print
j in the large Gould residence visited Mra. G relatives o. Wilkinson at and children and Mrs. J. L. Johns at New by truck and local express ship- W. Lewis and son. Purvis, of ing In the Interest of our farmers TRICT Mf T> TAX Ill.HI('U.n.' '', .'
the of Main and Church Lawtey Sunday. ments. Price have shown a decline IT" th'I'trlet
on corner formerly
River Friday'afternoon.. Jacksonville, are spending part of who are planting cotton? knowII, ',. :
; Streets. William Crewa returned Sunday and th a'l'{ rage paid here for Beginning" at the Soulh,'., 1 III ,r"
Mr. and Mrs. A. this week In Hlnesvllle, Ga., with If have bushel of seed Section Tw."tYflv. "
L. Drlggers of you a .
: Rev. McDonald of Waldo will from a two weeks visit with rela- the past"week wul not exceed seven South Range "","' ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. !
at the Methodist Church tives at Starke. Lake Butler, were the guesta of and one-hai cent per pint. Rains Ray. good. The bushel will I plant ten thence North to NO'lh Tw"nh"n.. E.,
t preach their son-in-law and daughter Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Kelley-and acres of land. I have planted cot- Section Twenty-f,1 'l V '
"
,& and Mr. and Mra. Lee and Mra. beginning Saturday have seriously South "ohIP"
next Percy
Sunday morning evening. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly here Miss Hazel Thomas spent last Friday ton for more than twenty Range Two,!> .. ,.
Sunday years II E'
effected the. and thence East. "
Ruby Gay and Bobbie Gay of Jacksonville crop large quan. to South,,,, ., .
; The large two-story residence of afternoon. titles of fruit In Gainesville on business. and I believe I know how to make Section Eighteen. T.I\ """"
A, visited J. T. Marr and fam- are reported rotting "'M
Mrs. Thomaa Oval's, located in South. Range Twentv S;
ily here Sunday. Mra. Britt Alvarez and childrenof on the plants It Is expected thatIf ''I'' Mr. and Mrs. H .H. Howard and black aeed cotton. If you want thence North to North. ,,, "," S t
front of the Christian Church '
: Pine Level were the guests of rains stop with a few days of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomaa, spent some of my advice on planting Houth..ant. Quarter itt ,'''rn,, r;
burned Friday night at eleven- Miss Jewel Carter returned Monday TownHhlp Six RaTu. 1"/1/
South sl
black ,
seed cotton I
her mother. Mrs. A. S. clear weather will again ad- Sunday at Fairbanks with their aee me. will two T.
Crosby prices Kant thence Went T.. ?"i
small from a visit with relatives In
thirty Only a percentageof i
tell how p.' \ ;
to seed and how west
Sunday afternoon. vance. mother Mrs. E. Howard.Mr. you plant corner of the South I ,>"
the furniture was recovered. The fackaoDvllle. to ter of Section One ? ">
cultivate. T" ,
I Miss Pansy Thomas of New River and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and South. Range Tw.nu" 'hIp' 5 5thenca (1
cause of the fire la unknown.Mr. ..
Mrs. O. P. Grlffia, J. F. Grlffla
spent the week-end with Miss Rain thunage Crop wins, L. 0., and Johnnie, spent Youra truly North to the \ ." I. Ener
and Mra. Ira Miss J. W. Griffis and C. M. Grlffia of Section '
Brown wererannactlng Two ,. 1
1.i
4 Doris Brown. Crops planted early and ground I Sunday at Graham with Mr. and D. L. Phillips, South Range '>'hIP''
Tweiiu,
.
.Ada and W. P. business In Starke Sat- ,
Nimmo Mrs. Birt Mr. and Mra. Ira Wilson of prepared for planting have been Mra. O. W. Rivers. Lawtey, Fla. thence West to the X ,Ener .

I attended the fifth Sunday meetingof urday. Starke and Mr. and Mra. Eaton the recent of Section Two, T"','' _V, '*
seriously injured by *
i South.
the New River Association at Mrs. Kmer:! Stokes and daughters Range Twerp,,,, ..
W. M. Austin and Farley Austin Brown and daughter, Mildred and heavy ralna and it is expected thata thence South to the .
of Okolona Mlaa. has Ii"/I"I\\/
.
Brooker are spending some a "ProgressChart" ,
"
Brooker last Her of
." Sunday. were visitors here Sunday.. Miss Verale Phillies. of Samnaon large part of the will be to Section Two. T.j ., ,, E1'
crops 'hlp
------ -- in Its Routh.
---r---- time here with her Range
city Each ,
parenta, Mr. square. I TwoII' .
:i t; Rev. F, M. Taylor died March I Miss Beth Wimberly and Carson City were visiting Mrs. Henry;! replant thereby causing e delay on and Mrs. J. W. Padgett. i aquare on the chart represents a thence. Went. to the '.i. ',, 'EKStSf ,

I 1? 23. His funeral was conducted by M. Grlffia spent Sunday in Starke Brown Sunday afternoon. beans and corn in this section: and Section Ten,!"" ..-;
goal when the Range
is
i, Rev. McGauley at the Baptist with, relatives and frtenda.Mr. Mrs Frank Norman, Jr., and Miss Hazel Thomas spent Sun goal reached thence South tn HnUII":' '"
the
Church, last Sunday. He will be and-Mra. and children of Vanderbilt were the Personals day at Fairbanks with Miss Don- : mayor paints the square red.ISOritK of Section, len Town',hll'' ..". /.
Henry Carter x
,.
14' greatly missed here and the bereaved children of Maxvllle. were the guests of her parents. Mr.!. and Mrs Mrs. W. H. Biggs Is visiting relatives DIe Mann. AprFAItV West RangeTwenty.one"" to North went t 11;.,.,.?., .r:,1 I1,, .

l, g ones have the sympathy of guests; Sunday of :Mr. and Mra. W. T. Crosby here Sunday. I In Starke this week. Mr. and Mra. T. D. Dyal Mr. and It appearing TO affidavit filed In tlon Range Seventeen Towni.i I, ,,. _.. \,..
. the entire Mra. Bert Stokes were called to the that certain Twenty-ont l" ,
In ,
community. Arrange- Misses llilah and hosa Driggers cause the Circuit South to V "
lax Carter. Miss Louella Tatum of DeLand Southwest .
bedside of Mrs. O. Court KUhth/ Judicial Circuit 'i .,
ments were in charge of DeWItt C. W. Dyal, who !. In Seventeen, "L
of Lake Butler Miss- Townohln
were visiting spent the week.end here with her and Bradford County, Florida ) "'
!Io
Mr. and Mrs. Ellery Aldrich of ill at this Ide"l Range Twenty-one
: .1 Jh. Jones Co. very writing.Mr. EleHter ; Cam, ,
i ea Betty and Doris Crosby Sunday Morgan to the 1'.nr1' '
sister Mrs. Q. W. Roberts. Northeast ,
ck L Green Cove Springs were visitors and Mrs. Lonnie Mann are ant v. AcHie\( Mornan Defendant, and Twenty con s'",
i afternoon. / the relief prnyed for I Township six: .",- .
here Wednesday. Mrs. Effie Miner spent Sunday receiving congratulations upon the being a dIvorce Twenty-one East, thou, iS!
a GUM BRANCH I Mr and ,Mrs. Kussell Thomas : that the Defendant la a resi Southwest ". -.
,' with relatives at Kingsley Lake. arrival of little dent of State corner of s> ,, UT"tye.aht.
Miss E. Ricks, Miss Beth Wim a son, born March a or County unknown : "
: Mls Elizabeth Harnage, Cor. I were visiting her parenta, Mr. and i Rev. G. E, Cutahaw and B. to the Complainant, and I. over the Township 8U ",i J
H. *
29. The little Twenty-one \
!I berly and C. M. Griffis attended I Mrs. Joe Starling of Pine Level one haa been named axe of Twenty-one, years, and there point of EiiMt. th. hi":

Mrs. A. J. Williams, of Baldwin church at Long Branch Wednesday Friday night. Arwood attended the union meeting Bobble Lonnie. In no pemon (n the State ot Florida Which beg-lnnliiff are the .

la spending a while here with her night. :Mrs. S. K. Kelly and Mra. W. C. I at Brooker Sunday. Donald Reynolds of Graham, whom service would of personal personally proceiiB bind upon said Tax before School their District reap."? i 1\ "?'

I 1lkf parents, Mr. and Mrs. J S. Sapp. E. S. Thornton was a visitor to Ward were business visitors to Little James Wainwright, who is spent several days of this week Defendant. coniulldati- '

.. : I '.'I, Harvey Edwards, of Canal Lawtey Saturday. Starke Saturday. recovering from a severe attack of here with her brother Lesley Rey- ?..ndanl.IT 13 ORDKRE10 Addl.! Morain,,,that, appear the De to r.. L. Conner J. ith| ,. '

j Point Is visiting his parents Mr. Henry Austin spent Sunday In Oscar Andreu or Starke was a pneumonia wall able to be removedto nolds. the Hill of Complaint on the 4th day W.B.F. S. Sapp Zar '\VIo.'nt.

d'' and Mrs. H. L. Edwards. Lawtey with relatives. I bualnessVbiltor in our section last his home Sunday from a Gaines- of May, A.confenHo D. ll>86. will otherwise a decree F.lery Ulood.worthlrr SaPI) Clau.), ,I I'. ..t'II'b'
pro bo liu' ,
entered '
':' Enoch Vancle and R. C. Keene.of ville hospital. I Federal. Land Bank a..ttl her for failure to W.W. E. 8app .,." "
.
week.'V Mrs. O. J. Phillips and Miss Debbie IH further Ordered: : : that f,1:1'1'; 1'>1. Hollings. A 0 ".
friends worth.
Shamrock were visiting GRAHAM tier be H.
\
Offers Vets Help published once a week for ""I
here Saturday night and Sunday. Crayfish are not fish despite the Phillips were shopping in Jack- four connectlive! weeks In the Brad O R Alvare W T I J ,
Mrs. L C: .It.. Correspondent ford F. M. Norman J, T I .
; iL Mrs. Louise Denmark, of St. fact that they live in water and sonvile Saturday. In Buying: of FarmsIn of general'ounty circulation Telegraph a newspaper K. T Crews J'e",," -
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Surrency and Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Smith, of ; ; published In H. I.. Norman .J"
m.' ; rt;;: : ; Augustine, spent the week-end breathe through gills. Urnflford t'ounty, Florida. O K ,h
f" I children Mra.!. Aileen Padgett and Mlddeburg, were visiting Mrs.Smiths WITNESS my hand and official K M. Mcltae Alex l HI,., ,/
here with her and
11 .
; Mr. J I.
parents, tTnderhlll
view of the number of A. H V
large seal ,
Mrs. J. 8. Sapp. daughter. Miss1 Allvene attendedthe funeral of the Rev F. M. Taylorat parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo.L. March of A.said D.!Court IST*. this 26th day of n. r,. Reddish Fate ret

'r r golden wedding anniversary of I Hampton, Sunday, Futch, Strnday. Inquiries on the part of World (OFFICIAL, SEAL,) R M _''Uval'.. Wlllanf't,. \ ,
:
;: ,: Misses Bessie and Grace Woodlea War Veterans for available farmlands A. J. THOMAS. y-J1' ii<""ip rha", ." Iha..
Mr. and Mrs.
rj Mra. Surrency'a parents Mr. and James T. Moore J. M.
!: !r. ., .. were visiting Misses Helen and the Federal Land Bank of Clerk of Circuit Court. K.emey trs \ |8 a,
) R. \ and of Plant here Frank Tho-naa J. W
Mra. T. Osteen at Brooker Sun. Mra. Mnrlan Dyal family City are 3-Z7.It-4.24 t I' 1
.
!',: Dorothy Norman Sunday after- Columbia ia H. Thomas I. .
: doing everything poa;IslD.e onni V ,.r f
I saddened for the
I hi' day. Our community was shipping season. Mr. Moore W. C. Ward S-B-','
: IMtSTEIIS i
\ I''; noon Mra. T. A. Graves or Richmond Monday night by the death of Mrs. I Is representing the firm of Jill to mane it convenient ror NOTTCK MtSTFR'O! 8ALF.

,'j: I'i':. I : Miss Bertice Norman spent the Va., Is spending some time with Marian Dyal 11. wife of O. W. Bros., of New York City in the them to purchase the farm property der and by la virtu.hereby of .a.given Final that Decree tin- NOTICE In. hereby Jltl nl\.K,:

( I week-end with Miss Orna Mae : which will assure them of a future of Foreclosure made and rendered I Her and by 'ha''
local
l' relatives here. Dyal who Cie! income for themselves and Honorable H. L. Sebrlnu." of Foreclosure
I. ,; : demons. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Smith and She had been In failing health for Bryant Keddish of .Jacksonvillewas Judge, of the Circuit Court of the" by by the Honorable made II jml I I.! 'ini,
-oh(
:. ..J..J.I I :: Mr. and Mrs. Ben Faulkner and sons and Mr. and Mrs. O. O. several months but was seriously a business visitor here Tues their families help to Insure and 8th Judicial for Circuit of Florida i In Judge of the Circuit ,f
losa of and Bradford County In Chancery 8th Judicial .
" .; r.i j''t ;: daughter Miss Carlle Mae were Graves and little daughter, Shirley 111 only two weeka. day.Mrs. the against of employment dated' March 18th. IKS8. In that- and for Bradford Circuit Com, >f>j FI" ,.."Icli.'It

11'.11' : visiting at the home of Mr. and of Wlndermere, were visitingat She la survived by her husband J. H. Moore Mrs. James T. danger Inflationary periods certain cauiie' therein lately pending eery dated March 3rd. 'r> in ,

'. i Mrs. T. N. Norman Sunday afterIiI the home of :Mr. and Mrs. J. A. I. W. Dyal and eleven children: Moore and Mrs. W. H. Edwards according to F. E. Davlea connected between' The' Federal and Land J Bank E. Bo of certain between cause'The Federal therein I In Land;,.j pee
with the land bank in Columbia I'n.rl: rf'.rfD.: I ftm,
.i ; ( noon. Graves and Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Mrs. Essie Wasdln and T. D. Dyalof I were shopping in Jacksonville hannan Bohannan Columbia Plaintiff and I I, P
; "The bank ia especially anxiousto et al., Defendants the underslg-ne. oott and wife, et al.. Defendant.
Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Deddlah and Smith Sunday. Waldo. Mrs. Annie Milliard of Tuesday. who was. therein appointed a. Speclal undersigned, who

N ))1; .. children were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mra. Arthur Broughton and Trilby Mra. Mlttle Hllllard of I Geo. F. Young was a business co-operate with those veterans Master In Chancery to exeout pointed as Special WHI'herein Mast, r .neery r''

j;J :I IiI ( J. S. Sapp Sunday afternoon. children were visiting Mr. and Mra. Pompano Wesley Dyal. I. W. Dyal visitor to Jacksonville Tuesday. who will not receive sufficient day the same of May will 1936.on during Monday the the legal tlh Monday to, execute the 6th day the of came K.11,

.r.: '!' j Misses Helen Norman Elizabeth John Strickland at Heilbronn and Lee Dyal of Graham Mrs. Lola I i I Mrs. Lee Cotton of Branford, money to pay cash: In full for a hours of sale, before the Court during the legal hour .,April f ..1.! :

. : Harnage and Bessie Woodlea were Springs, Sunday. Stokes and T. D. Dyal of Brooker ,:''was; a visitor here Monday. farm"" said Mr. Davlea. "Many to House the. door highest In and Starke beet. Florida bidder, cell for fore Florida the, Court cell to Houni the hlghe'* do i I and m.

.f : V visiting Mrs. Ralf Carol Sunday Mra. Annie Hllllard of Trilby, Mra. Gladys Strickland and Mrs. 1 Mrs. Carrie S., Smith is visiting veterans want to choose a farm cash. the following"" described. land.. bidder. for cash, the f..ll ,w'Of'

". ;, afternoon and Mrs. Mittte Milliard, of Pompano Ruby Brttt of Ocala. Also survivIng -' relatives in Gainesville this week. now but cannot do BO because ford situate County lyIng and being In Brad- scribed lands. situate, tying and

I i}i. .. Mr. and Mrs. Bradley and children and Mrs.: Gladya Stricklandad i is one brother Irvin'Murrhee i l I Miss DoIIy'-DInklna a visitor their bonus money is not yet.avail- NW\ of NlVVi Florida of NW%to-wit of 8ec: 88, wit ln/c:In Bradford County Pinrtda

., I !$ of Heilbronn were visiting Mra. Ruby Britt of Ocala, of Graham thirty-six grandchildren -I i to Jacksonville Tuesday. able. In view of these circumstances and Twp.more B South,particularly of Range described 28 East SWJ4 of SE(4( and W',. ,t 8E

...; 1 .' .! t>. I. Knight and family Sunday. were called to the bedside of their and sixteen great grandchildren. O. J. Phillips was a visitor to we have provided a special as beginning Northwest corner of South SEH; Section 81, T"w"i>hlp

: ,k1: : Mrs. D. I. Knight is spending mother, Mra. O. W. Dyal. several Funeral services were held Gainesville Sunday afternoon. plan whereby a veteran can select Range of 2"''eo.] East 85, Twp.and K So. of with the Range appurtenance 20 Kant" Xald

, I ; It this week In Starke with relatives. days ago. at the Baptist Church Wednesday. Mrs. Doris McMillan of Gainesville I a farm of his own choice at once. Kn.t. 1320 feet to tha a running A. L. to be mad. pursuant. ,I., -aid

! : i Miss Selma Sapp who has spent Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Crews of Burial waa In the family plot at is visiting her parents Mr. To properly service its farm pro- Kwy| thence South and para I1..1 .. to ndtlufy. the came and ,fJS.
with the West side of K. PERRVMAN
the S.
" 'i the past two weeks at Baldwin Lake Butler, were visiting Mr. and Sinai cemetery.Mrs. and Mrs. E. E. Burney here this lerties, the Federal Land Bank A. L. Hwy. 830 feet: thence Went A. Special Master I,. ,' an.

It I 1 ;.11f.. with Mrs!. A. J. Williams, return VIrs. Irvin Murrhee, Sunday. Dyal was born and raised in week. maintains an organization of Field to the Section line dividing Sec J-e-Et-4-a .
tions 84 and
-I!, ', ,] : ed home Sunday. Several from here attended the the community in which she died. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cornelius Representatives throughout North 310:: feet to the 861 point thence of beginning. North. MASTKH't' Stl.E

1\;\ '11;, of Tampa were visiting the Rev. and South Carolina. Georgia and< NOTICE !I. hereby g\\\ hit'
Florida." Joa. E. Wilson local Ainu commencing nt the Southwest der and by virtue ,at t F" ialcree
I and Mrs. D. L. Phillips here Satur- corner of Section 2($. Tp. 6 of Foreclosure mRf, .mil, ,
representative. will be glad to explain Smith of Range 22 Bant and dered by the Honorahl- L.

What Do You Need day.Richard who is to veterans the plan In ques- running Bant. on the Section line bring- Judge of the Oil HU'> '
Thede attendingthe .
1120 feet: thence North 420 feet; the 8th Judicial (lr'ul', Flo"
: University of Florida at Ion. and will strive to help the vet thence West. 1320 feet; thence In and, for llardford uniT

Gainesville, spent the week-end at erans select the piece of land especially South beginning.Containing 420. feet. to the point of Chancery that dated Maifh. I' UJ.l
certain cause th Upending
suited to his individual
his home here. In all 23 acres more between Lull'Hank '
In Printed Forms Office leeds. or lens and h"ln/l".n Hertlon 26 of Jah.r. :,Iff LI
Sup Social
plies ?
or Stationery Mrs. E. B. Hayes and Miss and 85. Twp. s South of Range 22: (I. Dyal and wife, et al n fendi

11 Don't tell Myrtle Strickland of Starke, were East, In Bradford County, Florida. i the undersigned whn th'
( us don't need ANYTHING !1) with the '
you friends here after MRS. BELLE HALL, appuitenances. Said Bale to appointed as Special Mu '
Tuesday
S I visiting Mrs. Belle Hall, 60 pioneer resident ba made pursuant to said Decree to tery to execute the .an. will
noon. satisfy the same and costsE Monday, the 6th day .if .M>rll. l
Those the funeral of of Wauchula and mother of: K. PERR ylltAN', during the legal huurt >r lain.
LETTER HEADS RUDDER attending A. H. Hall of Starke, died at her A" BPo'lal. Master In Chancel-. fore the Court House di., n 8tt t
STAMPS AND PADS
3-20-5t-4-ll
the Rev. F. M. Taylor at Hamp Florida, Hell to the highest. and'
jk V ton. Sunday i afternoon from here home there early Monday. March bidder., for V cash the fllowinI
For business and social 23 stroke of NOTICB OF PFTTITIOX crlber.] lands, ultuate lying und
purposes usage. You find new uses every day for rubber were: W. C. Wooten H. C. Harley following a paralysis. tog In Bradford County. FlorIdA

i : Special attention given to work in two or stamps and the time you save will soon and Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips.The She was born In Manatee Countyon tition Take will notice be that the. following pe- wit:
.
Lt more colors. Your letter head should be a pay for them. Also best quality inking family of Mr. and Mrs. A. H March 14. 1873 and moved to of Public Instruction.presented for to the Bradford Board of SEH NB(4 of NJ3W of !NB'4, NEV of 01iE\ Si>(, '

; work of art-get away from the scratchpad pads. Harley Sunday held a family reunion Hardee County when a small child. County at ,the Florida at Its regniar meeting Township 7 8.: It 21 tat a"'
Survivors are her husband, Joe County Courthouse In WW of 8W4 of NW" and
their home here and had t4tarke ..
I variety. at Florida at 10:00:< A. M. April of JWVi\ of SW>4 of Jc l
as their guests all their children.I Hall: one brother George Collies, Sth 1936 to-wit: Township. 7 S. R. 22 En.

: Including Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Harley of Crew vtJIe, Ga., and seven chll TO THB no 'itit or PI-HMO iv. with the appurtenanref saldd

ADDING MACHINE RIBBONS Jr., Mr. and< Mrs. S. C. Harley. I; dren: John Hall Wauchula Obe toi.vrv.sTilt ci-io-v: FLOIIIUV op Hitti)FQiti> once to be to mad.satIsfy pursuant the saInt' I ind'tfJ. '

, J; V. ENVELOPES., H. C. Harley Dan Harley and Miss I Hall Arcadia. Arthur H. Hall, We the undersigned K. PKRIIY.M" I v'.. '
qualified tall
V Of course you knew we carried typewriter Clara Mae Harley of this city. Miss Starke, Mrs. Rosa Chancey E. P. electors that pay a tax on real or J-6-6t-4-3 As Special Master. '

Sure, you can buy them already stamped ribbons, but what about the adding Mattie Harley of Jacksonville. I Hall and Clyde Hall all of Tampa Special pHmonal, Tax property, eaeh residents. of

;lil from the Government, but they will have machine We have them too and the pa Miss Abble Harley of Palatka. and I and Mrs. Mae Lundy of Venua. 14 of. Bradford School' County District Florida Number rejpectfully NOTICE MINTKR'.I la hereoy II glv".F". : thai .

V about as much personality and Individuper rolls upon which you add up to see Sumpter Harley of the U. S. Ma- Funeral services were held Tuesday Instruction petition the of Board of i der and: by virtue of a Fl.ia; : 'Cnd"tl

t 1 ality as another striped suit at the State how much money you'd have if everyone rines. I morning of last week at 10 'ounty Florida to hold an Bradford election',I of by Foreclosure the Honorable made II and 1' ', r rI
:
Prison Farm. paid the bills send them and did- o'llock from the Church of God. of Tax to determine whether said "Special I Judge of the Circuit ..1 orI
1 you you School' DI..trlct' number 1* shalKdlvLd I I 8th Judicial. Circuit of F'' rand '
which Mrs.
n't have to pay the ones they send you. MISSION hALL I Hall was a member. ? led into and shall. become', for Bradford ('ount). i I
"The Layman," his mission, hla i The Rev. A. A. Snipe of Bartow officiated each Special Tax School Districts,. eery dated March 2nd ")&. I" _
I for the Purpose. of levying and I certain tel>) rl
and interment waa In Orange cause therein 'ii!
place and his power waa the collecting a district. school tax for log between the Federal" FaFm}*!
STATEMENTS theme of the study at the Gospel Hill Cemetery in Tampa. the exclusive: usa of public free' gage Corporation. Plait/ tit ,
SECOND SiThTSI Active pall bearers were: John ".y,0"1" within each such respective' ella Thomas. WMow ... .
Mission Hall when the class
: met each '
; Some' business houses \ such special tax: school 'endants, the underslgnicl SII"
stopped sending Tuesday evening for the weekly Hall, W. J. Chancey. Obit Hall. Arthur district' to be as. follows and with herein appointed as t
I these out during the depression, but the No use to buy expensivabpapers when Bible study. An automobile waa Hall, Clyde Hall and E. P. the following boundaries to-wit: In Cham'ery to execut< the "J
,f
time has come when you can reasonably appearance doesn't count, bat1 If you do fittingly used as an Illustration. Hall. Honorary pall bearers were: TRICT SPECIAl NUMBER, TAX 10: SCHOOL(Being. the DIS.dietrirt will 1936.Monday during the, the legal 61h hours daj M,1 i

: : expect a fair return on your investment in need the best we can furnish 'termarked i A Christian layman, not filled C. S. Dlahong. H. A. Yetter, Tom bllt) formerly known, as VanderBeginning before the Court HOIIK'rlu ,,01"' JStarke ,

:: : a three cent stamp. We have a very special bond in all size even that exa long: le- with the Spirit Is much like an old Stevens, Cab Webb, Henry Bennettand ncr of: "Section .EIJM'at Southwest Township cor-Six and best. Florida bidder, for sell caxh to tho J."fl:1 1

size John Bethea. South, Range Twenty-one' ng described. lands ultuat'
gal that you can never brow from car with battery,dead-just won't thence East East:: oAt,. '1
price on statements. The funeral to Southeast # and being In Bradford
corner
your friends. Also that thin >ion, skin go, won't serve. Sometimes the was attended by Mr. Section Nine, Township. Six South.o da. to-wlt 1 : uv
:
>' for making copies. pastor awaken a little spark of and Mrs. A. H. Hall and little T.wel\.ty-on. K": ". thence The SV4 of the SEW of .h' >
t daughter. Sharon and Mrs. North to Southeast. corner of Section and the NEIL '>< the )fwl.'JSiI,
and then down L. S.
life they chug the Four Township six South Range Section 10, Township.
2 CARDS Christian highway hitting on about Hutto all of Starke. Tw."ty-one. East, thence East to the Range 21 East, contain!"*
C Southeast corner of Section Three, acres, more or less, .
one cylinder-attend* church some ;Township Six South, Range Twen- with the appurtenance tll
.; : For business, political and social uses. ODDS AND ENDS pays a little. partakes of worldly When an American mission visited r-one East, thence North to Southeast ;'; to be made pursuant to ali I <'

forbidden the Christian Ethiopia in 1903, a commercial corner of Section Twenty-two. satisfy. thi sanle an" .'> .
.
Either printed engraved embossed. things etc., Town.hi Firo' PERltYt.As
V or Rubber ? South, Range Twen- E. K.
i bands, gem clips, all klds of but when filled with the Holy Spirit treaty between the United y-ona Bast, thence East to Bouth-; Special Master I hat'h6St4.8
Too many styles to name, but samples are binders ink States and east' corner of s"ct".
0 even in quart bottles, w e can (battery well charged carbon Ethiopia was signed. Township Five' South Twenty-three,

& : here for your inspection and all prices are save you money on all of these. There (aln) removed) he starts easily .y-one East. thence North j Range to North.Twen- M aTKB'1! 8 il.B ".
must be other regularly and Natives in India often east corner Df Section' Twenty-three. NOTICE .ls.> hereby trIVN"l'h"
reasonable. things that goes paya liberally carry
escape us just Township! FIve!' South. Range Twen- der and by virtue .
now, but you can ask. renders acceptable service. flashlights for protection while ty-on. East. thence "West to New ere of Foreclosure nwl'' slId

>l The Congregation was reminded traveling at night for the sudden River thence southwesterly. along dered by the HonorabU H.JJ' '
V Said rlv.r to W..at bring. Judge of the Clrcul ::
y
flare tine of Section
serves to
hat the Great Mechanic is able to frighten and blind wnship Five the 8th Judicial Circuit >

\.VRnnfNI'.. -- _......! INVfT.VVVV .....A.......lnNQ......."" put one In order and keen themrunning wild beast .' Range yn&- East th4nc.South, In ant for Bradford ,un i.jil l ,
w LEGAL, BLANKSDon't ----- South along said hoC to point Of b.- Chancery, dated. March J"- "uf
t i The folder in white smoothly. Irlnnlne.BP"tAL. that certain cause therjlr 'f
: type or the new I, In addltlod to the study there lAX pending between the F,-<1* JVJortgage {

i ivory color. If you must economize on this bum your legal blanks-buy them was a lesson also In a recitation trlct TRIer NIJbTBER 15: SCHOOL(Being the DIS-die. lItt Blanche I.corporation Whltt.n ,e Plal( il t. ''f''/,';

f Item we have a line that looks like engraywhether from us. We have everything you'll need brought by one of the girls, and the C.A. CARVER Heginning" formerly at th.known Northeast as Heilbron. corner): dants. the undersigned. t, 1I'bJi'li [ ;
c ( you're buying a cow or mortgag presentation of of' the Southeast Quarter tll.r..ll1: appointed as "I.I| .
tng feels like engraving but doesn't cost a gift of appreciation FI" of Section i In Chancery to. eiecuti ";tlr
lag your home. Our blanks will do to W. A. JEWELER ? Township l Six' South. Rang. wIll.
every Scott who leaves soon Twnty.t0" East. thence on Monday the JI.J11{ ,
like engraving. \V .V thing but pay the mortgage. to make his home In the 0rth"SJ corn.r of North to April 193. during. tho .
Orlando. Section ..ale. H.In i<
o f '
before the Court ;"t,
.h.'rtJr-w<> Township
I Next Tuesday night at eight WATCH CLOCK AND TWllnty-two Flva South.vJlf Starke. Florida sell I 'atfollowing "
East thane .. !
best bidj..rt
e.t and <
o'clock will be observed the Third GENERAL REPAIRING to Northeast corner of Section /i.
Get 29 On The Telephone Please Thirtya"" Township 11'1". described I n1'j.j',
: James Anniversary of the founding of the Range" Twenty.on Ea.... South lying ant being In BradfOruIY..Florlda.
Mission and &. of Praise North to BOlllh"aat thonci to-wH: hs!!IIi ',
i program corner 0' ,
All
Work GuaranteedIN Tweivi. Township Section i The 11\0.0\. of the SW>4 { :,.,
and Thanksgiving has been arranged R..nc. Tw. Five South and the HWVi\ of the .:'iJ
wblch'WIll West 10 New r- East thence 8E4 of SectIon 15, Town
the
Bradford carry Easter GREEN BUILDING odd thince down SoulS Range 21 Kasr.: ,
river .
to t
section
County Un.
season message.Friends dividing .. *
with ;
Telegraph I I STARKE FLORIDA Seeion tII end 22, the appurt.flafl4to "j
of Christian work are South, Ra"... Twenty-ou Township East FI". be made pursuant. .. < .."'d' ,.
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cordially Invited to attend. ------- "h.no.S.mtion' East Tw..ty-nar.to North.a.t. corner 01, ree to satisfy E. K.the PER .m.I.I. '

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EDITORIALS SENIOR KID DAY SCHOOL DAYS' .-- -. By DW1G Elementary And Jokes

AND PICNIC '
High School Hold c t !
:Miss Hazel Vernon, can you

sled to (he Best Interest 01 TODAYToday "fo ) shat.. it W I Chapel TogetherThe define nonsense? t

SCHOOL oat t ws>Eno 1q Vernon Silcox Yes ma'm An

tVf'ORD HIGH Is the big day-the day of, Yr' best Elementary Chapel pro- elephant hanging over a cliff with I 'this

Patrons, and **"""* days-of senior kid day and the gram we have eves had the plea- tall tied to a daisy ,
enha. big senior picnic. sure of witnessing! was presentedlast I id

,- STAFF Today the other classes stop and Thursday morning by Mrs. Old Gentleman-How old are if

I tn"chlrfA.I W Anderson stare in wonderment and amusement Hitch's and MI.. Hogsed's second you, my little man? !

Whit at big children In grades. t ',
teaq Editor .. Dorothy overgrown w Buddy Bishop-Twelve. ,
Editor-Marjorie MarwlclA shorts, overalls, and abort dresse. The program was a musical skit Old Gent.-And what are you .\

_A Z. Adkins, Jr, all sucking lollypops! But for the entitled "The Hole In the Dike." going to be? '

Editor __Alice RoysteReporter ; stare, the seniors-for It Is they;: 'Lk t Also the play was a triumph In Buddy-Thirteen. I)
lal -Eunice Wllllami -care nothing at all, because for teaching as It reproduced vividlythe
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ade once senior dignity and superiorIty customs habits and environ Willis Smith-I is- '% i,
is forgotten.At ment of Holland In May. The stage
Mrs. Long-I am, not t is.
PERFECTIONThe the "kids" will to M was using the exterior scenery, the .
ooon go Willis- I am the ninth letter of ,,
greatest room In the work Camp Immokalee for the picnic windmill made by Eddie Hartman the alphabet. ,

room for improvement and have the time of their lives and surrounding the stage were f
the There will be / real flowers. Costumes were worn -
I everything imagln \
true t
w EiirncatlueAnJ' ) get +
perfect-none of: able to eat, drink and all will "cu by all players you l
are ii
:one of us hurt while were on the football ; :! //1
ever expect to be perfect, the fool" to their hearts content. There was a poetical prologueby you 1 ,

can Ve can nevertheless struggh The traditional senior picnic and Austin Smith then the curtains team? while r '
No
Bill Edwards It
l and was
of human perfec Kid is all lower opened and the chorus
highest Day one thing
r the "The Little Dutch the football team was on me. Jfr JfrBand "
We can study harder, lean classes envy-and look forward to prlnlcpala sang lI
and lose bad i Mill" Holland was described In i1'fJI j
acquire good It la the one time when the seniors N ",
at the torcl dialogue by the Dutch boy and Lealnr-Il there are any !
. bite I we can hold high forget they are seniors, throw dignity ,
human progress and civilization and discretion to the winds girl, Mary Beth Knight and Bradley dumbbells In this band let him r. ,M

'Cere's! some bad In the best and have a good time that they Geiger, then two songs, "Tu- stand up. After a few momenta r 'f!
good In the worst remember. lips" and "The Windmill" were hesitation Louis Davis", stood up '
M and some I long Jj { I
strive sung. Band Leader-So you consider :; -
should always j R
M' We Best wishes to you, seniors! ;
submerge the bad and bring out I 1f Following this the little Dutch yourself a dumbbell do you? ,;, '

good. In this way only can wiljy < f ;. .- boy saves the dike from destruction Louis-No, out I hate to see you 'l '" .'I'
( reach the peak of humax Meet The Seniors : by putting his arm In the standing up there all by yourself. !A V 1

election and happiness. r hole that Is In It "

Lel'a work with and for our I My! But don't we have a lot of I Then "Round and Round the' Al Kay--Do you know why there

icier* and parents and all those seniors to have you meet. But i It tY Windmill Goes". was sung and a are more automobile wrecks than Jy,

latre trying to further us to. won't be long now, before we'll get Cir poetical epilogue, said by all, closed train wrecks? ,si ; !

\ri! the light so that we might a promotion! First on this week'i. "' the program Mrs Beasley-No, why? y ;t

Jiten their Burden and reach our list Is no-one else but our tall Liz \ Mrs. Ritch and Miss Hogsed di- Al Kay The fireman Isn't always
E! -Eunice Elizabeth Williams Ktncald hugging the engineer.
Dole goal sooner. 1 rected the play And Mrs.
A W. Anderson, Jr. Eunice was born at Fort Meade, furnished the music "_ ; } 1
-. Florida, on May 12th.- 1920. She .C) 2 The Dutch c + :I ,
The players were: Tourist-Is it very far to Gainesville sr,
|THE FIFTY DOLLAR BILL, has attended schools at Frostproof Lc,6ti boy, Bradley Geiger; the Dutch ?

lit was a rather balmy spring and Starke. She is fond of talking e9 girl Mary Beth Knight; the mother Billy Powell-Well, It seems further

{glit,not too cool, not too hot, and at almost anytime and anyplace, LQal@5 ,, Ida Silcox; the father, Austin than It Is, but It ain't j '
brisk breeze was blowing. Traf whether she should or not and to Smith; the chorus, Margaret Mon Ii ,

[on Forsythe Street was already chew gum at the same time. Her Svtzet MFsSPet teith Mary Yarborough, Wanda a

|ID; home, because the clock one dislikes, we say are not all true, Pearce, Lila Caldwell Billy Over- Frances Peek-What Is your little 1,,

city ball indicated nearly mid- for she says she dislikes-boys- street, Marvin Montgomery, Cool- niece's name?

lilt Now don't kid us, Eunice? An Exchanges Junior-Senior Party Idge Sattler, Evelyn Newsome, Margaret Pearce-I don't know. '
Class
home work she declares is too Salesmanship She tries to tell us but we can't
Powell, Sarah Crews, Gloria
Ijames and Irva emerged froirck9onville's Mary
| most popular the- much for her. Has Unusual ProjectAn In reading "The-Blotter" (Vero Will Be MasqueradeAnd Cooper Ralph Alvarez, Jerome understand her.--

i and moved toward the side The subjects which Eunice likes Beach H. S.) the other day, we Midnight ShowThe Johns, and Don Norman- all In Bill-And I'll have know i1'; F

eet t where they had parked their best are history, and Spoken Eng Interesting project Is being this joke: costume you J

r. "That was a swell show, don't lisp but English IV Is too hard and pushed by the Salesmanship Class saw Daphne Knight: "Fleas are blackI junior class'; ;;:-n; a sensational that I'm nobody's fool feel bad- $$1
Well don't too
Elaine 1
i think so' Clark Gable's a complicated for her. Her bad habits under Mr. Benson. The project Is tell class meeting last Monday, discarded I'KOFEHSOItA" NITWIT AM) ,
you. about It Some will get ,
woman
\\.t actor I think," remarked are chewing gum at the wrong really a study of profit and methods Frances Ditto: "They're not all their plans for a Junior. KNOVVKNOT ly i

!MB.Tei. places and talking at the wrong of profit either. In the books it says, "Mary Senior banquet and In Its place (The Amazing Acm) you yet. a i

His ears stick out just) time. Her favorite sports are A nickel was given to a stud had a little lamb and It fleas was adopted plane for a gala evening Dear Profs: I
and Eunice Have heard of the taxiderm
e yours," Irva told him. Jamet swimming dancing: ent of the class and he was given white as snow." party and a movie. Who was the smallest man In you
fired when
to become a nurse. Late assistant who was
tiered something under hit hopes a short period In which to invest The masquerade party, strictly the world?
if this Is the same the bosn. caught him stuffing his
We wonder
>ath about Idiotic females. Just Next a-comlng-up-JuUa Kath and realize a profit, The original informal will be given at the Wo- Seeking Light,
a they passed an open-all-nlghl erlne Tison. Julia first saw the< capital and the profit was then Frances Ditto who attended school man's Club on Friday April 17. Bill McMillan. pockets?

ws-stand. light of day on November 20. 191 turned over to another and the here as a sophomore last year? The party will be followed by a r"Can 1
why you'reout
She has beer you explain ''
at Starke, Florida. (
'James, I want some candy and process repeated.At TillS STRIKES HOME midnight show at the Ritz The Dear Bill: at this hour?" thundered the J
package of chewing gum," Irvad quite lucky to attend only know one the prseent the capital la atre. All Juniors and Seniors will Haven't you ever read Caesar? policeman who met the timed way

Mm He assented and they school, that being" as you about $1.50 or a turnover of 30, We quote our Editorial from the be expected to attend and favors It tells about the soldier that wentto farer, whereupon the night owl t

peed at the counter'and made I Bradford Hlgh.Julia a profit SOOO per cent on the original Fort Meade "Black and Gold" will be given. The board and faculty sleep on his watch. panted, No, for Pete's sake thinkof

'purchases., James opened his has only one dislike that 5c capital. The largest increase feeling that it has special significance will also be invited, The Helping Hands, an explanation before I get i 1 1

'ketbook and took out the on- being conceited people, and she U was made by A, W. Anderson -: in our own school: The chief reason for this drastic Profs N & 1C home to my wife" ;

bill It contained. It was & fif- fond of a certain brunette boy,, and Bill MacMllIan, who madea I "The school has been criticizedfor change of plans Is the condition

The man saw It and scowled somewhere unknown to us. One 45c profit on a 65c Investment,, I having too many outside activ of the junior treasury and also the Billy P.-Let's drink to the fellows 1 )

can't change that,' he said.. bad habit of hers Is being late to (selling pop corn) ities. Some complain that the students dissent of many about having a Dear Profs: In the canoe races: !

aven' you something smaller?" school too often. She likes to take When all members of the class have little time left for banquet. "It's too formal," they, Aren't you rather dulled after Louis D.-Bottoms up!" 1 ;

No:: I haven't Either youge home science and she hopes to be. have had their chance, a party school work and that the faithful writing your column so long? Billy-No, no you sillies Do you

it or we don't do business," come a nurse. But English she will be given with the funds. patrons are being "Two-bitted" to say.The junior class of '39 resembles Curious, want them to drown? T
Dot White.
aes told the clerk In irritation. doesn't enjoy one bit. Her favo- the nth degree. No doubt there Is the junior class/ of '35 in that they ; ji!

Then we don't do business," rite sports are swimming and dan HONOR ROLL some justice in this attitude, but have changed their plans. Last rances-GracloulI, just listen to )

t man said and he began put- cing, also.: would the same critics be willingfor year's class. In the end, also gavea Dear Dot: I that crooner across the way Why '

'g away the articles on the coun- On May 31, 1917 at Crab Orchard ELEMENTARY the Glee Club and all athletics party-a picnic at Klngsley Lake No, but several pairs of scissors does he keep singing, "I'm Alone ., r

Kentucky (In case you are In Adele being abolished and all class activities -and followed It up with a mid- are, Because I Love You?" ',
'Come on, James," said Irva, doubt where that Is it is In Lincoln : FIRST GRADE.:-Joyce done away with?" night show, "Love In Bloom." Very truly yours, Willis-He owns a pet skunk. l la
fglng at his sleeve, "Let's go." County, In Kentucky) who Moore, Barney McRae, Mary Wel- the edi- Profs. N. & K. G
Holt- We heartily agree with The entire class now seems satisfied -
William Andrews B. C.
don, ,
Ptae. I didn't want to buy you should be welcomed Into this "Black and Gold" on his Lillian -So every time Corporal {
of the
Lou tor with the present arrangements
zendorf, Mary Yarbrough :1
)Skiing anyway" world but-Robert Lee Faulkner. MacLavish gets mad lie lays all jl '
Shirley Aruett Robert Conway stand. Extra curricular activitiesare and it Is hoped that they will Dear Profs:
They were Just turning the cor- Robert has attended a large num- his on the table."
money
[r Bobby Dyal, Jim Jordan Willis O' just as much a part of school work smoothly and that the 1936 In math. class yesterday we had t
| when an uncouth unshaven : Woodstock Roswell Yes, getting mad
ber of schools they are
Neal Gay Doishell, Jacqueline life as the three R's. Let's not I Junior-Senior party will be a big the following question: "If you
Ky., Bailey of such
children things. and four ,
'tIe! loan to Young, Leon Ellington, and Ever- deprive our success had five boys potatoes
somethln' for Vanderbiltand
git me Florida, first, Ralford. Orange Blossom. how would you divide them equally
Stomach. brother?" he said to last but never least Starke ette Rowe. ?" I can't figure It out. Can "We'll have to send a new Missionary ?

mea Clearly the man was an where he Is making his last roundup SECOND GRADE: Alvin Crews, I DON'T\ Society help me? to the Cannibal Islands," i )

Unary( tramp, a pan-handler. for high school education. Gerald Griff, Donald Norman. (With Apologies< ) you Desperately anxious, reported Deacon Long to Deacon t t
'A dime for Bernice Cooper. Gloria Cooper, last Powell. To which Deacon Powell
a cup of coffee? He likes to eat and go hunting. 'I My parents told me not to smoke, Virginia Wiggins spent Ruth Tomllnson. 1
ked James. Eunice Griffis Agnes Lewis, Evelyn "What's old
Suddenly he remem- lie dislikes alcoholic drinks and tobacco I don't Thursday In Jacksonville. napped, eating the
rfd h': had no dime, nothing but His bad habit he says U Newsome, Mary Frances Pow Elaine Wynn was visiting in Dear Ruth one?" y hi
'fty dollar bill. The tramp sav- Interperament in eating. So juniors ell, Joyce Prevatt and Marlon Man Nor listen to a naughty joke, Gainesville, Sunday. You would :simply mash them. 7 f

him the trouble of having to better watch out for ning, Bobby Geiger, Marvin Mont I don'tThey Earneatlne Andrews spent the
1" you had I not For ever and an hour, Getting Op Nights
made it clear must
an explanation, however. Robert at the banquet, he might gomery, Billy Overstreet, Wesley : week-end in Lake City with her Profs. N. & K.

"e pan handler growled "Naw, devour two plates before you knowIt Shuler, Hazel Fields, Merry Beth wink sister. .---- u r. .. Chtdtt4r ', ;f
act fifty cents to get me a lit- ? Just a warning that's all! He Knight. Margaret Monteith Alescla At pretty girls or even think about Hugh Walters spent Sunday with REFLECTIONSAn =--r- aw arJ = i } i iw
'-*r medicine. I'm a sick man, Noegel Wanda Pearce, Ida Lee Sll- Intoxicating drink.I his sister In Gainesville. nrmr. twos.-
likes best in the subject line, elementary ounce of prevention Is wortha
'". a sick Kathryn Simmons, don'tTo the I Iwe t-u. ;
man. It's doctors or- he cox Mary Irene Yarborough spent
the economics but English Mary Alice Yarborough and Wllla flirt or dance is very wrong, k-end In Brooker with Louree pound of cure. Too many of us : -_ 1ay"S I !
fl Anyway, tramp union dislikes at times, only, he says.Hunting < I try the cure. (IIICea ( SaSH HiSSwn :
I I don'tWild N N aotraa ra I
let me take less'en a quarts Is his favorite sport and Jean Malone. wine and Howard. I *r mwM-r ..*.*. omur.iiimiilwu e>taea k''
youth chase women, In tars N s>awl u dnuutaMk r '
Alvarez
FOURTH GRADE: John Kin- Virginia was visiting
: he hopes to become an aviator, We should be like the poodpeck- h R
tramp union! James smiled, other. law, Leonard Peek Olin White Jr., song, Waldo last Tuesday. U
someday, or er,, we should use our heads more.
a giggled. "Come on, let's go, Edgar Wilkinson Mary Jo Caldwell -I I don'tI Eula :Mae Dyal was visiting in Claud
Next week now dear readers, I one, Tompkins
kiss not even
'Uet. she no girl Broker the week-end.
whispered. James Marjorie Davis. Ruth Powell. during
will be called to The leaves are beginning to turn.
attention Is done
W the :! your I do not know how It ; :
fiance
for Alberta Wood- Doris Strickland Sunday
a little fun. Kathleen Stockwell spent
Claire Klckllter, Fall? No only final examinations.A ,
Miss Dorothy : You wouldn't think I had much
.arly 'he fellow was lying. and Miss Daisy ard; Fay Yarborough, Donald Bag .- visiting In Lawtey. '
Tillmon
Miss lona ,
The tramp and Monteen fun, and Mrs. C. M. Howard were t
union? I neverrd well, Joe English, Mr. stitch in time saves nine. A
< Bell I don't.OH.
,' ot it said James "Does It Dunn.By Dorothy White. Warren, Lyle Anderson Robert visiting In Williston Sunday. I little study now will save a curse
go >m a strike?" Biggs Carl Crumpler, Bryan Har- THEM EVES Dot Bishop spent Saturday afternoon of summer school later. r -

We're on a strike now, boss," rell. Gene Noegel. Betty Hayes, In Jacksonville -
" man Said "We're striking Interesting NotesDue Barbara Keen Gloria Price, and Some cf our authors don't seem Irva Cubbedge was visitmg in Experience Is the greatest teacher -
do with the
to what they eyes
bigger' care week-end.
the
hand-outs. and moreamee Roberta Whitfield. Jacksonville during
learn
but we can from other
J J I under freight cars." to the funeral of Dr. E L. FIFTH GRADE: Joe Andrews of"Her their characters roamed For carelessly instance: Billy Powell went to Lake City people's experience, if we will. j

,'I'j laughed to himself and Biggs last Monday week, we had Jr., Sara Barefoot Nina Bishop, eyes Sunday afternoon. A. W Anderson, Jr F
round the
'I'd give you fifty cents but jut a half day of school Gloria Buford. Ida Lulu Davis,, room. Orvis Pringle was visiting in -

; ma leu thing I've got Is a Dorothy Lee Johns, Barbara Snow. "With her eyes, abe riveted him Hampton, Sunday
,' dollar bill. We are certainly sorry to lose Julia Frances Stewart Clarice to the spot." 7 7aaeallaatrr

.That'a O. K.. boas I kin change !Mrs. S. S. Dowling from our faculty Thomas Ovleda Thomas, Ellen "He tore his eyes from her face, 10 A CLASS HAS PARTY :.,i- a

, wo the tramp. In amaze- but we welcome Harmon Morgan Mersereau Jessie Mae Slade, and I and they fell on the letter at her LAST FRIDAY NIGHT z S Shkie
at I
iii JalIles passed over the bill a former graduate, who Is re- Mural Smith. feet. "
tter.1i I tramp. made change from a ieving her. SIXTH GRADE: Lester MacMil- I I "Their eyes met for a long, I The 10th A Class Mrs. Shuman 1 j,

. bill fold-most of theM tin Jacqueline Andrews Carrie ,breathless moment, and swam together homeroom teacher, bad a party err +

flee w In fives, and tens> too Mrs. Louise Warren taught part Belle Bennett, Winifred Meldrin I ." Friday night at the home of Mar

e tramp moved off. "Thank ot last week for Mrs. R. F. Dem- Jean Shuman, Bertlce Silcox, Enos "Marjory would often take her garet Hair. Uot't tapt/
'. boas, he said. west. Hayes, Othma Haynes Billie Mar- I eyes from the deck:and cast them A treasure hunt the entertainment .. 0"-00.
N iY ....
t hoW :you've done ,It? Irva said wick, Tbelma RIclu. and Geraldine far out Into the sea" of the evening was enjoyed' e1 J..I h..n.. .....

"Mtfallen James "You are The Junior class sponsored Silcox. "He wrenched his eyes away by everyone. The prize fifty pennies H.. r.l.W
aye doing something crazy." Bride of Frankenstein," at the from her-it was a painful momentfor in a money bag was found by P.U..I.
i
PUlled him to the opposite di- lit yesterday NOTICE TO SENIORS both of them." Phillip Manassa FOR t
lion t from the car," Now you Please have the money for your -The Frond (Palm Beach H. S.) After the hunt delicious refreshments

! toy me that candy ant chewing THINGS WE CAN DO WITHOUT diploma and the payment for your were served at the home of CONGRESS"Send
K abe said Demerits. caps and gowns in by the fif The ayes have it I the hostess to the contestants and r e

A. W. Anderson, Jr.home. School In the afternoon.A ) teenth. If you haven't paid for teacher. A good 1 time was reported a IJusiness Men to '
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loudspeaker'In each room cards tind invitations do so at Being In a good frame of) mind by all who attended the party. Congress. k
.ebelIllah C All funds are payable to keeps one the picture of health. .
his ray, of Milford, Del., while we have Mr. Gray. once. Native Floridian.
death. willed his to Gossipers. Alice Royster, class treasurer. Orange Blossom The first part of Cervantes' ,
e three Angora cats and gtlp" This rainy weather. "Don Quixote": was translated into Heavy Taxpayer.

ted tbat his Dephew waa to live Bringing excuses to school. Carolina's motorists paid $42.- Tests with butterflits prove that English la 1612, seven years Experienced Business Man. ;

she. house to Provide. for the So many committees. li7 ,490 in motor vehicle taxes during the color, and not the odor, of flowers after It was first published In Sound Democrat.

Algebra and Geometry 1934. attract. Spain.

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ra! ;+ 'i'' ; BauknightStruthMr. W. M. U. Circle home of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Darbyat I' The Young Matron's Circle, Mrs. Hayes at 7:30: o'clock M.Ba.7": "
I 8:30 o'clock with Mrs. Darby E. L. Biggs leader, will meet at I nlng with Mrs. Hayes ,, *
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and Mrs. William H. Struth I Peek hostesses. the home of :Mr. and Mrs. E. TV. I II Edna Strickland AIJ"'
L. as
and Mrs. S. as hOlt"
-i ) announce the marriage The Circles of the Woman's Missionary Circle Number Two, Mrs W. B. I ease
Il of their daughter Union of tne Baptist
Leahto Alexander leader, will be entertained -
after-
Church will meet Monday
!, noon-April 6., at the home of Mr. and Mrs. DWfor
Frank G.
Bauknight
I at 3:30: o'clock
11 Circle Number One, Mrs. L. G. G. W. Alderman

7> J. Woman's Club Will Mr. and Mrs R. T. Osteen on twenty-third of Jacksonville day of March, 'Powell, leader, will meet at the with Mrs. Alderman hostess your|

i'' + Meet Wednesday Celebrate 50th Wedding nineteen hundred and thirty-six e
The marrlave of Miss Leah
,. f The Woman's Club, of Starke, Anniversary Sunday Struth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs FUNERAL DIRECTOR 3

will hold Its seventh meeting of the Mr. and Mr!!. FT.: T. Osteen, prom. William II .Struth, of Starke, and My Many Years Experience: Makes It Possible for Me to Render' Easter vacations W
club year, Wednesday afternoon, Inent residents of Brooker, were at Frank G. Bauknight of Jackson- PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE are short and you'll
April 8, at 3:30: o'clock. home to their many relatives and ville was solemnized on March 23 EFFICIENT MODERATE PRICES want to male the most of these balmy,
The American Home Department friends Sunday, March 29, in cel- at the Riverside Park Methodist ,"' '" Starke, Florida, Spring days Frequent departures last
of which Mrs. W. E. Middle- ebration of their golden wedding Church Parsonage, in Jackionville,, through and local service in clean, ..
ton Is chairman, will be in charge J. Stewart French, DeWITT C. JONESFLOWERS cow
the Rev.
I P anniversary, they having been marred by buses give you more vacation at less
of the program for the afternoon March 30, 1886, at Hampton, castor of the church, in the presence cost
y; An interesting program is being Fla. of a few Intimate friends and / ------ .s T...... __. H.llo '.
arranged by the department for: 'Itmrtanm HrurkS2.4H I.*ielaad .__ KI.Uil:
I Quantities of yellow and golden relatives. |" York ___. 19.Ze Chime. ; ___ .u.""
this meeting. colored calendulas were used to The bride Is a graduate of Bradford -
Hostesses: Mesdames L. A. Davie decorate the home for this occasionand High School and spent her
C. L. Stockwell, L. A. Gray, many relatives and friends early life in Starke, but since her Cut Flowers Corsages UNION BUS STATIONOpposite
H. V. Knight, D. E. Knight, B. M. called during the day to offer con graduation from high school In the \ Court Moon Phnn 1UOWPOWDER :
Montgomery, Mrs. Donald J. Mor Funeral Designs Baskets
S I Ia' gratulations.At glass of 1930 she has resided in
Jacksonville for most of the time.
dinner
noon a picnic was
ris.W. served on a table arranged on the She has a wide circle of friends Attractive ArrangementsAnd LORI DAMOTORhEs
M. S. Circles Will Meet lawn. here .who wish to offer congratulations. Prices

Circles of the Woman's Missionary Two large elaborately decorated
Society of the Methodist I cakes, iced In white and gold, were j Mr. Bauknight is associated with MRS. L. G., POWELL
Church will meet Monday afternon, presented Mr. and Mrs. Osteen, by an Insurance company and also a L
April 6, at three-thirty o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and real estate firm In Jacksonville PHONE 123-J STARKE FLA.
) 1 Circle No. One will meet at the kfr, and Mrs. Nelson T. Green, of For the present Mr. and Mrs. '
home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Anderson Starke. Many other gifts, conj Bauknight will be at home to their (Pi,,,i,,:In:,:,,:,,,:I.:,,,)iir::)::,:,,:,,,:,TMmHtiiniiininiiimiiniiiiiitiiiniitfr: H ,;:,:;::"r"UIIIIII:,: :::;::, UIii/III/IIIIIIIIII:/ / : ::,!//iIIIIlII"II/WII/IIIII/ilIHI/IIIII/IlII/fllUlH/lIi/llmWI/I:: / / / / / / / / /lnmnIM/lilli//lmllII'1/ // i -

with Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. gratulatory telegrams, and cards, friends at 921 Talbot Street, Jack-
Hogan Smith as hostesses. Circle were received by Mr. and Mrs. sonville.
1 No. Two will meet at the home of Osteen. Three of the four children !
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews, with of the honored couple were present.A W. M U. NoticeThe
I.;' Mrs. Matthews and Mrs. H. B. Mc- favorite song, "God Will Take
Lendon as hostesses. Care of You" was dedicated to Jacksonville D I v I Is tonal
Mr. and Mrs. Osteen Sunday morning meeting of the W, M. U. will beheld .., BREAD12oz.
. ., .. ,
". -- ,. .. by the Male Quartet from Station In Newberry, Friday, April -,' D
WRUF in Gainesville at the 10, at 10 a. m. The guest speakers
w request of friends. will be Mrs. Robert Walden, new
:
I RITZ THEATRE
I
state president, and Miss Louise
Those attending this celebration Rolls _
rl STARKE from out-of-town were; Smith, new state secretary, and The GULF LIFE INSURANCE CO. 5c
Mrs. F. G. O, Ling, of China. Dinner fR 14-oz. Loaf
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Green, Mr. will be served on the ground.All Announces 1S9Nle --- 6c
PROGRAMBEnrXNTNO and Mrs. L. J. Green, and ,
daughter W. M. U. members who can 18-oz. Loaf 8c
FRIDAY Judith Claire, Mr. and Mrs. N. T. possibly do so are urged to attend The Appointment WHERE EfANOMY-RULES; --- -

APRIL 3 Green and Mr. and Mrs. P. M. this meeting. 24-oz. Loaf -__ __ bOcOctagon
FRIDAY
Barefoot and daughters, Juanita .
':' "The Bride ofFrankenstein" I and Sara, of Starke, Mrs. Frances of

.. ,'::1 Parker and Miss Imogene Parker, O. E. S. NoticeThe ., Soap and GIBBS-NO. 2 CAN
; of Grand Rapids, Michigan, H. T. April meeting of Order of PEAS 2 For
,
Boris Karloff 15c
"
,! Osteen of Plant Elmer
City Osteen
I. :" Eastern Star will be held Monday
,' of Tampa, Mrs. Pauline Barnes of BERT A. BU.SBEEAS ANN PAGEApple
;' filATrnD.APnIL. 4 night April 6, at 8 o'clock at the
: Double Feature Lakeland, Mr. and Mrs. James Masonic Hall. All members are 5 for. -_ lOcRICE SAUCE 3 cans 25c
i I Douglas of Alachua, J. A. Douglas urged to be present. ,
: 'Bar 20 Rides Again'Wm. and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Douglas ITS NEW AGENT PACIFIC
,
f U Ill ); of Gainesville, Mrs. Delma McKenzie NOTICEThe Toilet TISSUE 3 for lOc
,
i .
{Ii Boyd of Jacksonville and Mr. and
office.ot the late Dr. E. L. IN THIS LOCALITY r.
i, ,,, -and- Mrs. J. H. Surren'cy and family of Fancy Blue Rose IONA With Pork
Graham. Biggs will be open Saturday from
"FRECKLES"Tom 10 o'clock a. m. until 4:30: o'clockp. BEANS 5 Cans 20cIONA
I m. for the purpose of allowing I
, II : BrownSUN.MON. U. D. C. EntertainedAt debtors to adjust accounts due %Ve Are Very Grateful To Our
1" j I'' J Mrs. Darby's Home Ethel M. Biggs, Administratrix Old And New Policyholders CORN 3 No. 2 cans 25c
., APRIL 0-6
t Whose Patronage Has Made It 5 Lbs. __ 21c
IONA NO.2 CAN
I "The of The W. T. Weeks Chapter met
j, : ,:; Story Work of repairing the Houses of Possible For U. To increase Our
Wednesday afternoon at the homeof GREEN BEANS 2 for 15c
g i I, ,r"i J, "' Louis Pasteur" Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Darby, with Pallament In London was begun in Sales Force In This Territory.
,.. :ji! Paul Muni Mrs. Darby, Mrs. E. S. Matthewsand 1928, but will not be completed un- \1 n'e111 Continue To Give Service GELATINE
'r .,' i Josephine Hutchison Mrs. H. B. McLendon as hostesses. til 1941. s. ,That Will "'arrant The Trust and SPARKLE 6 for 2ScFhlon
,
Ann Old
; !"! ,/,' NEWS & COMEDYTUE8.WED. 'moo-, Good Will Of The People Of This Alary
1 J I I, ONIONS 3 Lbs. lOc
The living room where the tto Section..
APRIL"Dangerous" 'J-8
;. .''l': guests were seated was attractively :
''
"! !1:1 I:;, .!. l decorated with Spring flowers. REALESTATE", Bette Davis Mrs. L. O. Powell, the president, '1

'' :; Front-hot Tone L.presided H. Hill over acted the meeting as secretary and Mrs.pro New: Office. in, Green Building 10 Lbs. 20c ORANGES, Dozen 23c

',: THUR8.-FRL, APRIL 0-10 tern. Plans were discussed for IF YOU WANT TO I., CARROTS 2 Bunches 15c
't Memorial Day exercises, which will BUY, SELL OR RENT
I\ ,,; "Thanks A Million"Dick be on Sunday afternoon, April 26. SEE US- BEETS Bunch 10c
_
'It, Powell Ann Dvorak The historian, Mrs. E. K. Ferryman ,- -
. Q :," Patsy Kelly read an article on "Florida's WILSONREALTY ", FIG LEMONS Doz. 18c
Paul Whlteman and His Band
Part in the War Between the
i' ,:,,,1 Rnblnoff States." CORP. l' BARS 1 WINES AL'
f h Yacht Club Boy.
I" During the social period the hostesses Lb. APPLES 4 Lbs. 25c
i CASH NITE EVERY WED- served a salad course with -- lOc
.'I f :..L.FANCY FLA.GRAPEFRUIT.
", ; ,F r NESDAY. Those attending iced tea.
':' :! show Tuesday are eligible for The 5c
May meeting will be held In
1 *t prize by leaving their. name Lawtey, with Mrs. W. E. Torode, __ .- ___0
i; :, \ with, cashier.. ,.TuelldAJ' ,. Mrs. L. H. Hill and Mrs. Annie E. SCOCO or JEWEL-Finest Shortening Compound

'j 'j I..; ti -_'"- -___"___'_-._.__. ,.. -- _' __. _' Dlnklns as hostesses. FRESH GREEN'SSTORE FANCY LARD 2 Lbs. (bulk) 24c


k .I MULLETFISH 7 CELERY C 4lb. Carton_,50c 8-lb. Carton 91c

: --- new arrivals -- .-_ ---0PLAIS -. __. ____ _____ ____ .,
2C
I Bunch OR SELF-RISING-IONA
---- --
1 2k.: LADIES' Lb. -- CASH & CARRY FLOUR


.i ,

it 4 t DRESSES $50 F R E E To day-Ask Be Given For Away Each Satur$50 F R E E 6 Lbs. 12 Lbs. 24 Lbs. 48 Lbs.


; 98c, 1.98, 4.95 4 LB. CAnTOS GUARANTEED 23c 43c 75c $$1.45

.
r'' ONT LET RASTER .-. ---- -- .
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1l f CATCH GET HEADY YOU NAPPING NOW. JEWELLARDCHUCK 49c FLOUR 24 Lbs. 75c WHEAT 1MELI.O
Crystal
15c Dixie '

l 0 S O STEAK, Lb. 13c PRINCE ALBERT, Can __ lOc
I\IEN'S &I Boys; CORNFLAKES 6c SUGARPi1ILLIPS'
h t 'IIITE DUCK

PANTS98c1.19 GRITS 10 Ibs. 24c BUTTER PEANUT Qt. 22c SOUPS, Veg. or Tom. 5c 5 Lbs. 24c

t.
*
1/'t 100 BOX !SILVER JXIOOK-Tub or Print

/ r + t7P ASPIRIN Box _________3c HI-PLANE 2 cans ____15c BUTTER Pound 39c.

P 4 O0 Wearable<< Wawhuble PRINCE l

I l ,, o Q MEAL, 5 Lbs. lOc BUTTER APPLE 28-oz. GRAND OIL PENN.2 MOTOR Gals. 89c ALBERT T

l ) 0 1\IEN'S SPOUT 12/c!
WHITE HOUSE:

ONIONS, 3 Ibs .h______ lOc_ MILK 3 tall Can lOc
BELTS25c BREAD, 3 Loaves _ 25c cans 19c _


,, 1pQO Q to 1.00 COCOA 2 lb. Can 15c MILirAL OUR TEA2 OWN Lb. 19c; Lb. 37c IONATomatoes

O 3 Tall 19c
t Just the thing cans PINK
i Q For Light TrousersSHIRTS ROUND DAILY

0 PURE COFFEE, lb. -__._12Y2cMATCHES SALMON Tall Can lOc

G 3 Pkgs. ___lOc
MACKEREL
3 25c
'
25c 4
o cans Cans

i'1 J\IEN'S RICE 5 Lbs. 22c" ,, PKO.. 8UNNYYFIELD OATS -d


t NO. 2 CANS!STANDARD PACK SALT 4 Pkgs. 9c OATS| 3 Lb. Box 15c HAJH'TONGRAPE

$1.00 Values79c TOMATOES, 4 Cans 25c' or GruhuntCrackers
JAM 4 Lb Jar 39cSocia .
SHORTS, 100 lb. bag 1.69 "
;, r, YOUNG STEERROUND

'.' I Summer AU Sizes ColorsALEXANDER..COMPANY STEAK Lb. 22c OATS lOOlbs. 1.69 MAYONNAISE HELLMAN'S BEST FOODS/2-pt I7c Pound t lOc

f t + Pt. --_ -_._________ 29c
nolLlSO

: BACON 'Lb. 12c POTTED MEAT 3 Can. _?_ JOoJ ----A-&-- -P,.--FOODST 0 Ii E

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.."mAY. _.S. 1936.. ,__ ___ BRADFORD,CO "IT TELI'GRPD.': ._STARKE. .. FIORIDA P.\GE FIV1 \ : i i>l rp t t 1,
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Leslie Biggs returned to DeLand I r'1;
Mils Lillian ; ) '
the ,
Stcrnbetg spent
Monday to resume his Church Hours Change Registration Books Move ,
BANK CHARTERING past week-end in Gainesville with I ,
Stetson University after apt'nd.1 Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wood. Satur- Hours for evening services at Saturday is the last day for J

Bits of ing two weeks here. day night Miss Sternberg attended Starke churches change Sunday voters to register In the various ,; ,' ''I\ ) t

POLICY REVIEWEDState the annual "Freshman Hop" from 7:30 a'tI loCk to 8 o'clock because precinct offices. The books will be tifa', ; ; I f ;J f
of tb* lengthening of the moved Monday to the office of H. 'i'', '. : .1
held.l at .t
Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Guilford bad the University of Florida '
C. Wall, supervisor of registration y : "
as their guest last Saturday Mrs. Official Declares Sound I Gymnasium. days 1 0 where they will remain open .' 'I J y I"
Nev Gullford's sister, Mrs. Ernest Mar- t 'j "Ii
I IDeal i Dr. Homer Thompson presiding through April 30. Poll taxes must ; i I
tin, of Haynes: City. Principles in Licensing' : Mr. and Mrs. L. M Rigdon and '
I elder of the Jacksonville district be paid not later than May 16 1
BUSINESS AND ---- Bank. Are Essential daughter Miss Irva CUbbedge of I will here .0- ,? '
OUR PEOPLE. I Green Cove preach Sunday evening. i 'j''j'I 1.\\
CONCERNING Springs moved here recently ,I
Mrs. I. D. Hawkins and small at eight o'clock, at the Methodist Red flags are hung from shop 11,
PROGRESS OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWN son, Paul, of Palatka were here PHILADELPHIA -Sound public I They are living In the J. C. Church. After the worship. service in some Mexican towns to Indi t"; "'1

the first of this week visiting Mr. policy In chartering banks was Manning house which was formerly ) Dr. Thompson will conduct that fresh meat is on sale that iJ'I'1' c t ''I q;
Gate "I I
occupied by Mr. and Mrs. W. /
and Mrs. Titus Olsen. cussed by Carl K Withers, dll'l quarterly conference. ;
stoner of Buoiyu/t' and C. Manning Mr. Rldgon Is em- : : f fiT's fs

1_ the Slate of Ne\,/Jersey. before the ployed at the Florida State Farm. Mr. and Mrs L. A. Davis and s
wererecent The Rev. and Mrs. B. M. Mont- Dr. Robert McLendon of M.rl-:: .11
Mrs. D. E. Knglht Eastern Conference on Banking Mr. and Mrs. L. C. the
Col and and Mrs. Carl anna, was here Dr, and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza and' Ray spent s '
Crumpler Tuesday visitinghis
Jacksonville. gomery .
visitor to Service beld here recently under past week-end in Frrnandlna. Mr :i;;
spent Tuesday in Jacksonville brother and sister-in-law, Dr. the auspices of the American daughter, M1S4 Gloria Johns, of and Mrs. Davis visited his moth. P PORTER Q r E. .
Jacksonville
,and Mrs. H. B. McLendon. were dinner guests
:Misses Hope Banker Association.: Ha declared er, :Mrs. Mary A. Davis and sister, t # ,
| Dr 0 1 U Haynes Tuesday Owen Marr of Mlms, spent several that "few question bearing on the Wednesday evening of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hardee. Mr. and Mrs. I 1, !
spent Mrs. T J. ? a
Haynes Griffin the occasion of Paid Political! Adv. l.
and Georgia days recently here visiting his Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson, future stability and security of our the Ray visited their son and daugh '

ta Jacksonville.Mrs slater, Mrs. Ollie Marr, who is ill. Jr., of Jacksonville, spent Sunday, banking systems loom as more Important Griffin's family birthday gathering anniversary.being Mrs. ter-in-law, the Rev. and Mrs. Laurie ..1;.', ,:t r "!

here with Mr. Epperson's parents, than that of a sound policyto G. Ray. ..'", , Mrs. ,
and I
W B Mundy visiting, Jr., in Jacksonville Mr. and Mss J. C. Robinson Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson. ba pursued' bank chartering. L. A.: Rennolds, of Richmond PII.":" MIPI'RS.FII.LY" TIIKAT lt, \ t "t I '

B, Jacobs were Apopka, spent the past weekend Alluding to competitive policies Va., spent several days here recently The Woman's Christian Temperance sal Nttl"et thr k..tfr. t-HlnlviMi.. .1, J I

Monday here with Mr. and Mrs. R F. Dem- of both stat *",. national bunking with his wife. During his Union will assemble at the Ve lose. of..timr feom: hue/news uln I er. ;I i II' t twork.
KUtuIn
Mrs. O. L. and sister, aea
orest. Beasley authorities to'''harter the most visit here Mr. and Mrs. Rennolda home of Mrs. Noblo White Friday Irralnl.lrMt I '
went to Miami Mrs.\ Jeanette Kincald, spent the bank. In the t. be said that "this d{ .I, I
I Patten past visited the Ravine Gardens In Pa- afternoon! for their weekly meet- YI I""
G U week-end in with their kavr ."..........II trrated' ...1. s"' i i u '.
Wednesda for a several days vis- I Mrs. J. F. Ellerbee and little Tampa parents country waaovor.bauked.. and that ; latka. He is expected to return ing. These meetings are interesting .. ..ff ,Hturk. fur ....* Iroblr ._ .'
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Dnrden. I '
1 aside from any ether consideration I .. ,
relatives Saturday for a weeks visit here. wholesome, Inspirational and 't
It with ,son, of Marianne, were the guests economic oi-otherwlse, this condition -' helpful and Christian women of all <'.\1.', oiiuit' -; ; : r""4

i Miss Madge Middleton has been i Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. E. J Mrs.. A. S. Crews had as her 'was brought about largely: I In the founty Mtllt Jijile'. Court of denominations are cordially invited F. J. AUWEKS, M. I>. t' ,t l; i .<
Dowling. Fu
confined to her home for several guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Hilton through an unwise unsafe and un ', lltnitfnrd "imntv Florida to attend them. The meeting MI'll It. 1.1Fed. III.IX. r ,r '
I Influenza i Barker, and Mr. Barker's brother thinking charter policy, alternating IV TUB MATTKIt OK TUB ESTATI3 hour Is three o'clock. :, Rats Nt. i1 I :l '
days with Miss' Lois Long, student at the OK) MIU: >HEI wrist>'I:, ..1eHBnt.. : J M'KN">\ II....:. .'1..'. 1 i' 'I 1 ,-j I' "
-. and sister-in-law, all of Plant City. between the state and nationallY. :NtlTlrn OK INTENTION) TO + ':
.
of Gainesville spent S\ S. C. W., spent the past week I tame which has marked and hampered \ :MAKI1' APPLICATION FOR FINAL Like the salmon the reindeer 1 Nue fermeriv. I" eharae of the 1''( .;:
.
Ritch .
Caryle J'I returns tept.. llvptnl Ubeaer.. Uh'k.. 1 (
l'IIAIIl1Jo1. > fit I'
>
1'0 ALL ,
end here with her mother, Mrs. F WHOM 1'l' ti i'
Mr. : Andrews banking(>ronre9s in this coun ..... 'I "'
Monday here with his parents, Miss Ernestine spent :II A\ t'OSl'b:1tN; ; : to the place of its birth to eon toll. Cllnlt I ".
J H. Rltch. i H. Long. the past week-end in Lake City as try since Its very inception." I I Nodes I" hereby given. (hut I have bear Its young. t'' ":'
and Mrs : | filed my final' rriunc nil ndnlnl.lra.trlx i iraCO 1.1' t .
the guest of her brother-in-law and Political InfluenceHe of tIe .i'tpt of Mildred< I Strode, t
L O. Hazen of Brooker I Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. M. E sister, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Hal- decried political considerations 'i 1'1..8,1. and have flied my |i..ll- ilistiiictivt flowers '
Mrs. Edwards and Miss Hazel Adkins riiml Ulseharge, and Ihnt I ;
beer as the guestof brook. In counectlon with the charter will "
Tuesday apply tn the County Judge of
spent in Jacksonville\ with I 'I"
Mrs, A E. McKinney.Miss spent Saturday ing of banks saying, : "Political Influence | litnilfonl County Florida for nm>ro. cherry at herschel / .:
relatives.T. val l of the came and fur. final' dla
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Eppersonwere has no more place in bank. > >.lmiK. UK such ailmlnlHtrntrlx, on I Jiirknon\Hie! : '
Noreen Hicks went to'Jack- In Lake Butler Sunday visit Ing than It has In the deliberations | it,< Z4lh. day of April lli.ld. i! "
Frank Landrum spent the I'aulliKi H strode aM AdmlnUtrii.tru phone 7-2120 r ,
Monday for a weeks visit ing Mr. Epperson's brotherinlawand of our highest tribunal-The Supreme ti, the. Estate I
jonvlll ot Miuirvil 8trud,
past week-end In Inverness with I .. mart renter 1tIc.r. unusual corsages 'I I iq "
I friends and relatives. sister, Professor and :Mrs. F. Court of the United States. d e nsed '
with his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. A. 6.3-4t-6-U flower for gifts 'i 1
Until this Is recognized and broughtInto L'
---- Landrum.Mrs. G. Schell. and .____________ .._.__ : .
] Mrs O T Alphord of Jacksonville being within both our state lil iV 6 ,. ,. 1,, i4e
was here Sunday visiting her Friends of R. A. Thomas whois national system. we may never feel
Julian L. Peek, Sr., wentto safe against the shifting sand. of e,
lister Mrs. A. A. Brown. at Riverside Hospital in Jack
West Palm Beach, this week, "
and favor.
sonville where he has been seriously political expedience
Mr end Mrs. Barney McRae and for a visit with her mother Mrs. E. 111, will be glad to learn that he As to the "element of sometime
P. Otwell.
children were visiting the Azalea Is improvlnng. ridiculous competition heretofore

in Palatka, Sunday.COLUMN existing between the state and na
Gardens
:Miss Ernestine Buddlngton, Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Julian L. Peek, Jr., tlonal systems;' he said that ranch ? ? ,.. ,
W. H. Hart and Miss Eunice Per pi
and Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Inman, may ba said in favor of the progress lI '
kins spent Saturday visiting in made in recent :years In many]
are spend-
all of Rhine Georgia
A Jacksonville.Mrs. \ there exists practical I workIng -
a
states
CENT WORD ing a week, at the Peck Cottage at agreement between localsupe... I I y ?
Lake.
Kingsley o : yl
Tolbert H. Black, of Lake vising authorities and the federal

City, Is spending several days here Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Strickland, authorities, whereby all charter arplications > I
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. arO' mutually considered t ,
a
of Tampa, are spending about two
N. Kendrick. basis of community need rather ,
on
a
Horses,
FOR SALE or Exchange- months here. For the present they
Mules and Milk Cows. See B. I are staying at the home of Mr. and than competitive advantage as be-
It Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Simmon and tween systems. In some states this
j Dowllngr, Starke Fla. Mrs. J. B. Sapp.
little daughter Mary Catherine, arrangement goes even further in

FOR RENT -Furnished apartment spent several days recently visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwards and the refusal of the one authority to ''r4+rTll l.

on either first or second floor. i in Miami. little daughter Fredrika were even consider a charter while pend- ,, rrrrr .y,"?, W b 1

Mrs, S. F Hamrick. Itp Ing; with the other. I ir I
of Mrs. Edward's parents, I iri S
guests y
Mrs. N. D. Wainwright left Tues- Aside from the competitive and
For Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Struth duringthe
MAN WANTED day for a visit in Miami with her political aspects of our future char-

Route of 800 families. Good profIts son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and past week-end. ter policy, b* continued there are FRIDAY and SATURDAY SPECIALS, APRIL 3 and 4, 1936 J1 f
for hustler We train and help I Mrs. D. T. Clark. several others more Individual and ,

you. Write today. Rawleigh Co., Mr. add Mrs. R. E. Matthews of local which merit consideration UIIITE HIDE IIRhey's or ida CryfttalSUGAR Jim llundy r )arlGRITS "r to tot

Dept. FAD-223-SA2, Memphis, :Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Sauls Miss i Jacksonville spent Sunday here as Among these he mentioned honest

Tenn 4-3-4-24-2tp Louise Snyder and Miss Dorothy the guests of and Mrs.sister Matthews'brotherInlaw Mr. and of purpose community need the. BACONPound .' ,,'

RENT- apartment Sapp were visiting in Olustee and character of management and adequacy '
FOR : Furnished
Mrs. R. A. Newsome. ,
with ,private bath...a&tra Lake City. Sunday...... Most of state capital.laws make referenceto -2 17 c Pounds 25c 10 Pounds 24c,

bedroom If desired. Good garage.f : Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. M. E. '
the "character responsibility and
Mrs. W. D. McDonald and daughter f
A Scott Phone 54, Starke Fla. L. Mrs.J. .
Edwards, Mrs. O. Beasley
Betty, of St. Johns, New fitness" of Incorporators of anew UAIItV CKRAMERYBUTTER While Ribbon or Jewel Old FaMhlonMEAL n ? -R'
M; Mitchell 'and A. Z. Adkins,
bank he said continuing: y
WRITE or see us for SELECTED Brunswick Canada will arrive
Runner! and Spanish Peanut Seed" Tuesday for a visit here with her Jr., were visitors In Gainesville "So important do I conceive this LARDPound ,

Greenwood Products Co. Peanut parents, Mr. and :Mrs. James Wednesday afternoon.Mr. factor to be. that I place It firs)

Shellers. High Springs Fla. Lambe. among those for consideration, for Pound 38c 11 10 Lbs. 20c
and Mrs. Clayton G. Strick unless the motive Is sound, hones) Yzc _
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NAT SEZ land had as their guests during the and sincere, there II little likelihood I

: past week-end Eddie Dimond, of that the resultant Institution In Its REAL' F.NCYYELLOW yY'nREAL ,

If you happen to be feeling bad or New York City, N. Y. and F. M. service to the communty will reflect ONIONS 3 Ibs. lOc HOOD H.MOKEI nI 1 t. ( '1
Townsend of Hastings. other than the spirit of Its founders. ;
suffering from some Imaginary SAUSAGE Lb. I
The Demons ol the Past LARGE FANCY CELERY or ITWc ,is, s1 1, v ,
ailment, or you had a fuss at home Mr. and Dora Edmond H. Davis "Too often in the past have charters LETTUCE each
and small son, Edmond, Jr., of been granted!! to promoters pure 7'/2c FANCY TENDER '
the road
and down
are going
you Gainesville, were here Wednesday and .Imple.'baJwaYI: pure and
w i4 ain't in no trouble Davis' Mr. STEAK ROUND Ib. 25cNTI'UAJ.
feeling bad you visiting Mrs. parents by no means simple. The country TOMATOES Lb. 7/2c ,
;
at all. Just think of that fel and! Mrs. W. H. Noegel. was dotted wltb ruch. The experience / ,
has been"(!"btitly and. It is to be Hauptmann sitting his cell, Mrs. H. C. Brown and Miss An- hoped the lesson welt learned, not FANCY LARGE BUNCHES ', ir< ,

waiting to find out If they are go- nie Mae Pearce spent the past only by charter-granting authorities. Beets or Carrots Bunch 7c CHEESE Per Can 21c I

week-end in Montlcello visiting but by tbe general public as well." 4 s
to kill him after L'EMTERNBRISKETPOTATOES / '
Ing today or day FVNf'Y NO. I iii"EET
friends. Sunday they motored to Otbe-' factors to be considered as

tomorrow and cheer up. Tallahassee for a brief visit. among tbe most important in grantIng 5 Lbs. lOc STEW\ Lb 15c

: new bank charters, he said are r4i )
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Lewis the number constitutions already 3 TALL CANS!' 11RMTEliN

went to Jacksonville Monday. They serving tbe area, the record of earn. ;
We Have 'Em Ladle were accompanied by Mrs. J. C. ings of existing institutions the MILK{ 3 tall cans 19c ROAST CHUCK Lb. 18c ;

the Newest In White Robinson, who remained there for number of failures since 1920 and
a several days: visit with relatives. I the reasons therefor public con !SCULLY'S; LUSCIOUS ONO IIOKNCHEESE Ii ''i

venience and advantage, the reason 3-J-o/ FULL tJUAKTGRAPE '.

r HAND BAGS Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Durden Jr., able prospect.- for growth of the I Lb. 21c '#

are announcing the birth of a son, community, expectation of profitable JAM 27c ;

Harold Bruce on March 30. Mrs. operation and whether a branch

Durden was formerly Miss Eloise of an existing Institution could

50c&$1.00 Ritch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.J. serve as well. SILVER KING-SELF-RISING 6-LHS. I2-LBS. 21-LIiS

H. Ritch. "Sound public policy demands
that no new banks be chartered un

Slyltd |iit Ilk* ti.. tig. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur A. Scott less there Is a definite, necessitous FLOUR 22c 39c 75c ''il
S Wlowt mi mid txtrt MEN'S STRAW will (cave today (Friday) for Or- and permnnenT ieed," he declared.

,fair to &h* ml lando where they will make their "Sound mergers consolidations and

tsnitr f r HATSStraight home. Mr. Scott wilt be associatedwith the sensible extension of branch

the Peninsular Life Insurance banking are much to be preferredto I
there. any general movement t toward a cn.IUfEnT ROILING HEAL TE4DElt-NO.: 2 CAN S M

$1.95 Brims. and the Company flood of new charters nut here ;
must COFFEE BACONPound Argo Sugar Peas 15c 4
New Ptraw Felt Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Headey and again we guard caretullyagaln.t

little daughter, Inez Carmen returned monopoly or unbridled ,
$1, $1.49, $1.95 Tuesday to their home fn'':, branch competition either of which 2 Cans 25c 12c RARLY JUNE-NO. 2 cAN'' .

to here Fort with Myers Miss after Clara a weeks McGee visit and I might organization become oiaew at: dangerous banks." as the GARDEN PEAS, 3 for 25c A J,


$2.95 Our Best Bet Mrs. Anne McGee. Public Confidence PORK, BEANS cans 25c ('(IUNTIiYGENTLE1fAN: : NO. 2 SIZESUGARCORNScans '

MUNSINGWEARHOSIERY Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright Challenging a recently published 25c
t
and children. Patsy, Bill and Mar- statewentthat there Is an "apparent ''
.
tha Jane, of Jacksonville spent the loss of public confidence In bank." Tomatoes 4 No 2 cans 25c REST TABLKPEACHES : ,

past week-end here with Mr. Wain- William A. Boyd of Ithaca. N. Y..

s wrlght's parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. isle why If this were true, bank No. 21/j IScTOBACCO '
can
1 r Knee Length or Regular D. Wainwright Sr, lepuslts are constantly Increasing PRINCE ALBERT MIPLANETOBACCO
} 'l I maintain that any banking Instlutlon FANCY NEW 1.A.,

Mrs. F. S. Sherwood of Then- which has continued to servt '
79c 89c $1 '
daraf N. Y.. returned to St. Petersburg t ts community sine the trying day CANE SYRUP Gal. SOcY'
YOOI tro.1 5.... "tteo \ I this week where she Is spend- f 1929 must b* enjoying the res per ,
boys taco sntrhen. fa1y after a weeks visit nd confidence of that community Can lOc Cans 15c

t.e.e, Our Special ing here the with winter her brother and slster- tad I am sure1 oa'aklng'that the very large NAVY BEANS 6 Lbs. 25c )

In-law Judge and Mrs. George A. najorhyof Institutions AKOO ,

LL SHEETING Gardiner.Mrs. presslon which have have' come never through bad to this"regain1 de PRUNES 2 lb. c't'n t 12c APPLE ,

BUTTER
< C. S. McCormack and Mrs.\ public confidence be ..ays.Tru.t'lnatitutiona. 28-oz.Jar 15c

a Regular 12o Value Ray Bell, of St. Charles, 111., were I PE\NUT J

recent guests of Judge and Mrs. COCOA 2 Lb. Can 15c
lOc yd. George A. Gardiner. Sunday A directory of trust Institutions TIER 1-Lb.Jar 15c '

Judge and Mrs. Gardiner, accom- published by. the Trust Division 4

panied by :Mrs. McCormack and American Bankers Association LONG'S: LONGS '

IT PAYS TO BUY AT Mrs. Bell also Judge Gardiner's lists J.J53 Institutions having aggn

listen Mrs. F. S. Sherwood wentto gate eauiul funds of $4.411.000,0(1( MUSTARD Qt. 8c CATSUP 14 lOc
SPE-RNB"ERG'S Hastings to visit Judge Gardin- and! total resources of I3,443OU< oz.

er'. daughters, Mrs. Z. J. Roberts 100.) v I :

I'sad Mrs. W.,$. Yelvington. I
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PAGE Sidi; BRADFORD COFXTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY. APRIL, 193e

-- THE FIERY CROSSJACKSONVILLEA ers have accused the
Man
; ')1 ?.
Salient Facts About -rJ- meeting of sponsibillty for the lashing tar,

Federal Soil Program the Florida Knights of the Ku flclals denied the organizatmt, t had at.
!
Klux Klan closes here Saturday. any part in the incident

Revealed By Spencer LIVE STATE NEWS Hundreds of men and women mem- *
FARMERS SECTION bers paraded with the fiery cross Mineral
GAINESVILLE- Salient facts I leading them. The meeting was; production in yebw,

j Conducted Demonstration about the new federal farm program News of Florida in Short Paragraphs held here simultaneously with the province registered a notabit ,
by Agents:
(Soil Conservation), as trial at Tampa of three men charged crease during the past yea.. pat'

g brought out recently by A. P.I in a fatal flogging Norman ticularly In gold, silver, asbestoi

Spencer, vice director of the State Thomas, Socialist l leader, and oth- and copper.
'0.'r Agricultural Extension service, include -
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the following: ;;
TWO HUNDRED CATTLE TO TALK STORM SERVICE COLLINS RESIGNATION ;

Hints To HousewivesWeekly r PRODUCERS OF STATE Administration the StatefAgrlcultural will be directedby Exten- JACKSONVILLE: improved TALLAHASSEE- The Supreme FLORIDA> FUNERAL

ATTEND FIELD MEET sion Service, state, county and hurricane warning service will be Court accepted the resignation of SERVICE
committees and the the aim of a conference called for E. C. Collins, former judge of the
from Home Demonstration community ,
GAINESVILLE-More than 200 Admin- April 19: by Walter J. Bennett, Dade County Criminal Court of DON HOOVER Manager
Agricultural Adjustment
5, Specialist, Tallahassee livestock producers from many l istration. chief meteorologist of the United Record, as a member of the Flor- :' 234 E. CALL ST. STARKE, FLORID
q qg sections of Florida attended the States weather bureau here. ida bar. Attorneys for Collins said
OUTWITTING CLOTHES MOTHS second annual Beef Cattle Field The mainspring around which MMWMWHI .4 fc B| I he was without funds to contest TELEPHONE 149
Day at the State Experiment Sta- : the program is built Is composedof Collins
I the disbarment action. was REASONABLE AND EFFICIENT
:
Clothes moths have the reputai tion here recently.Dr. soli conservation and Improves VENIRE EXHAUSTED charged in an Information last
i tion of enjoying nothing so much ment. TAMPA-A Jury still Incomplete -
A. L. Sbealy's report on the year with embezzlement. The first AMBULANCE SERVICEWE
as a fine meal of fur or wool and the( venire exhausted defense -
Soil and soil
112-day feeding trial this year revealed building conserving trial resulted in a mistrial. Collins
clothes blankets, and furnlt counsel have renewed their
}
'" rugs that the lot of twelve steers payments will be made to cooperating resigned from the bench shortly INVITE YOUR INSPECTION OF OCR
+ tore coverings. The adult, or pa- efforts before Judge Robert Dew-
Fed sorghum silage led the other farmers who furnish proof before the second trial opened and
l ;I rent, moths are not the actual cul- of these ell to have the first of the Shoe NEW HOME.
in
positive performance
two lots In the
poundage gained, repeating case was dropped.
i prlts that do the chewing. When activities. Soil maker flogging case trials transferred -
last building paymentswill
year's showing. Napier .
'1, I they fly about among unused gar to another county.
be made for 1936 of
grass, which was fed to another seedings LARGE PACKING PLANT
f ; menta In a closet, they are only .
i group of twelve steers, rank soil building crops and for approved FORT PIERCE-Work on con-
for to lay their
i looking a good place
ed second in producing poundageon soil building practices on SAFE STOLEN struction of a $100,000 million-box
4 When the hatch the
'I eggs. eggs the animals this last crop: land or pasture. Soil con SAFETY'HARBOR Thieves For
: larvae do the chewing. A moth's year; yearIt capacity packing plant for the Fort Expert Repairing 1 1Smith's
Idea of a suitable home for it. ranked third in this respect. serving payments will be made ata broke into the post office here over ,Pierce Growers Association, local

Is a nice woolen overcoat, Steers fed sugarcane silage were specified rate'for shifting acreage the week-end and stole the 1,000- unit of the Florida Citrus Exchange -

1D [,sweater young or gloves or a soft, thick third In poundage gained, this stage from soil depleting to soil pound safe containing cash, stamps is scheduled to get under
falling back one place from conserving or soil building cropsIn and money orders. Ppstal inspectors
I fur piece, or a rug. From the way before May 1, according to
c wat; moth' standpoint. a few food spots last year in meat production.Each 1936 or to approved- soil building were called determine' the W. M. Moseley, manager of the as GaragePhone
''
I'on these articles improve the lari steer fed sorghum silage practices. amount taken sociation. The new plant is to be
i va's meal. gained; an average of 2.16 pounds a Farmers may quality for soil ---0 I located on a harbor front site on
while building payments up to $1 per ROOSEVELT'S LICK GOOD which lease has been
To circumvent the moths, there day, the steers fed Napier a 99-year 120
In of
this nature
acre crops or be- taken and both rail and boat
MIAMI-President Roosevelt where
I grass gained an average of 1.81
to do. First clean
: are two things for
pounds a day. Steers fed sugarcane they may qualify payments up gan his second week of fishing in loading facilities direct from the
i i" |everything promptly and thoroughly to for the farm of Wrecker
': '' I before putting it away, or gained an average of 1.70 $10 limitations. ,Estimated regardless soil southern water after a "quiet Sun- plant will be available. Service Day or Night
If pounds a day. Steers fed sugarcane acreage day off Crooked Island." In a message
f have each garment dry-cleaned. conserving payments are based on From 1874 to 1881, ice was not
gained an of 1.70 to his temporary White House
average
is done at home, each
the
cleaning
participation of cent of used for food in New
eighty preservation
f pounds a day. In cost of producing per headquarters here last night, the
i piece should be brushed, aired, and
eligible farmers in all states who Orleans. Wealthy people used It
100 pounds of gain, sorghum silage president announced that his fish-
;r [ sunned after the spots have been cooperate, but if the percentageis for table decoration, however, freezing -
ranked lowest at $10.88; Napier Ing luck was good on Saturday.
f removed. This treatment should less the rates may be increasedpro flowers, French dolls and other Mr. Strawberry Grower and ShipperWe
\ i \ E rid the garments of any moth eggs I grass silage was next at $11.27; rata. decorative objects In the blocksof
,;!'; that may already be lodged In and sugarcane silage was highest MERCHANTS MUST PAY
In addition to the amounts paid ice.
at 1182. CLEAHWATER list of namesof
[ seams, pockets, or other inconsplc- them for have limited of
planting "boll' building Clearwater, Largo and Dunedin a supply Wire-Bound 36 Pint Pad-
Along with the
[ uous places. silage, each lot
farmers will receive
:, I. )+ Second, get the clothes into safe was fed a dally uniform mixture crops ments, based on productivity pay-of merchants whose state and county SALVE U-Pak Strawberry Crates and Cups that we will sell

t i storage as soon as possible. Delay of ground snapped corn and cotton- the soil and the kinds of soil depleting .- occupational licenses are unpaidhas for along with the common crates and cups that you have
been turned over to Constable
1 I'at' this point may give a moth the seed meal.. crops planted formerly. Walter Freeze for collection. Tax been buying in the past, 6 common crates and cups and
I" ,' [ opportunity to lay eggs, and all Results of feeding sorghum silage Soil conserving payments will be bbb COLDSprice
,I Collector D. C. Wilkeraon said he 4 Pad-U-Pak Crates and complete for $3.00 the
the and to calves ) cups ,
i. preliminary cleaning were also. reportedby made also to producers who reduce
to warrants for arrest -
I.. 1.1 brushing will be wasted effort. Dr. Shealy. '> their, usual acreage of soil depletIng expected sign priceSALVE Pad-U-Pak is"guaranteed to deliver your berries to the
.... today. !
.D':8FiT'5c:
Ii .
,; : Safe storage be a good tight IOC, 25C
may and
crops plant the shifted
,f. I DROP.QUICK. markets Free from cuts and bruises and should sell from
!, ) cedar chest or any tightly closing AFRICAN SQUASII SEED acres to soil conserving or improv
'" trunk or box which moths cannot BEING GIVEN AWAY BY ing crops. The rate of these pay- TEN MORE CARS OF FRUIT 10 per cent to 30 per cent higher than those shipped in
LAKELAND Florida's citrus : .. \ '. .
'
: : enter; or a garment bag which hast EXPERIMENT STATION ments will the kinds of the
depend on commission has offered the Ameri- common crates and cups now in use. Try them out,
I, / no crack or opening at the bottom, crops reduced and the estimated
j
,I/imt", sides, or where the hanger comes GAINESVILLE Free trial productivity of the soil. can Red Cross ten .more carloadsof SERVICE and let your account sales tell you the story, we can
fresh fruit to aid flood sufferers
t through; or simply a suit box or packets of African squash seed A soil depleting base acreage in the north-east. The Florida commission MATTRESS CO. only supply you with 40 per cent in Pad-U-Paks but can
,: carefully wrapped in will be sent the State
f package by
Experi- total of
( acreage depleting crops cooperating with the Red 381 PARK ST. fill all orders on that base 5 per cent to 10 per cent discount -
I W strong, unbroken paper with the ment Station to the first thousand In 1939)) will be established for
If ends turned under and all citizens of Florida Cross and the Federal surplus commodities JACKSONVILLEOld on large orders. ((100 5 cent 500
11, I : jl', edges. who request each farm, making application fora last week @ per discount
't ,, J ','(a j I i sealed with gummed paper. A I them. grant. There will be no con- corporation and Mattresses Rebuilt Like @ 10 per cent discount.)
carloads of
: ,< pound or two of naphthalene flakes The seed of this aqua n, which tracts. .sent three oranges New Regardless of Condition.
I ::1+ or balls or paradichlorobenzene was first planted In the forage Payments will be divided be- grapefruit to West Virginia and Inner Springs and Felt Mattresses -
\ ; Pennsylvania for free distributionto Made to Order or Rebuilt LAWTEY LOADING & SHIPPING CO.J. .
< scattered
: : crystals through the articles crops nursery at the station by tween landlord and tenant where

,: Ii Ii ;.'j' I\: in the trunks or George E. Ritchey, U. S. Depart- each shares In the crop. flood refugees. .
;. '{j will be an extra safeguard PILCkage.1 ment of Agriculture agronomist Soil depleting crops include -- RELIABLE Upholsteringand L. IIARRELL, Manager

''i''+ I'I, 1\> worth the cost. They do here in 1932, are being distributedto corn, cotton, tobacco, potatoes I STILL OCALA AFTER- The CHAIN Florida STORES Better I furniture repairing. LAWTEY, FLA.

[i fly, In closets unless the closets are citizens of this state. Yields rice, sugarcane, commercial truck j
'I 1.< : ,1'thoroughly, sealed, because the I from the crop have been fine and and canning crops:: strawberries, Business Association, composed of
merchants of the
.i '' fumes are not confined. Sate Its growth Indicates that it is well independent
''I 4, storage to whom It is available suited to Florida conditions.The melons, peanuts for harvest sor- state Is determined! that the FlorIda '
and millet.A
1 "' I ,::1 may be cold storage squash may be used for the.aiBOREE ghum number, of the. legumes, pea-' law Recovery the chain Act stores, designed, shall become to out- :A SHORT SHORT STORY

nuts for pasture, perennial grasses
a law! and has appointed a 'boardof
FUNERAL HOME winter\ cover crops, and crop strategy' to interview all candidates -

1 1j acreage planted to forest trees for the state legislature to for people who want to
1 r' Full AM I line of ULANOE Casket & Undertakers Supplies since January 1, 19M, are soil conserving determine how they stand with regard pick

j -- -.....- '''' -. SERVIC, _... wan.yt crops. to the act. the !
right low-priced
yt I" : EAV; TAI NIGHT .it' '''"'": :",. Among soil building crops are car

,," .I... 53 PHONE 53 -"E kyl 7 annual winter legumes, biennial legumes TO ABANDON RAILROADJACKSONVILLESale

r:; ) O. H. BENNETT Mjtr. summer legumes, and win.' by the (READING TIME; 31 SECONDS)

"A IIOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" ter cover crops. Florida East Coast Railway of its 7.

,. Grants will be made on applica- overseas extension to Key West
tions filed with the county com- must await Federal court action

wS' mittee. Each farmer will be required April 18 at the earliest. Receiversfor '

to show execution work the railroad have asked for per- t.

.sheets covering all the land he mission to abandon the extension, r,
owns, operates. ,or controls in thecounty partially destroyed by the Labor S .S .Sr

and ((2) the extant to which Day hurricane, because they say

conditions on which the grant: is they cannot obtain II the $1,800,000
to be made have been met. deemed necessary to replace it.REPUBLICAN .

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One gallon table or as a substitute for silage ANNOUNCES

It has a flavor somewhat like the LAKELAND-m. E. Callaway of
1 t4 "t
could lift a : sweet potato. It ranges in size Lakeland, former chairman of the

from two and a half to fifteen Florida Republican'Executive committee Fe
tentonStegosaurus :
pounds. It keeps well under Florida announced this week he ( \\ \

conditions. would seek the Republican nomination -
1 mile! While the station does not claim for governor. "1 hope," he

that it Is Immune to stemborer,' it said In a formal statement, "to :; ;.
does say that the plane has not been contribute something constructiveto :

I Injured by this or certain other insects two-party government and

w ,. in the experimental planting. thereby secure the confidence of
during the past three years. It is business men that will attract cap

susceptible to root-knot, however. ital to seek Investment here, and
Whit
i the only low-priced car with NEW PERFECTED '
HYDRAULIC DRAKES?
Persons free trial
wishing packets that will bring about the normal

of the seed may obtain them by and healthy growth and develop- CHEVROLET-the only complete lota-priced earlWhat
if writing to the Agronomy Depart. ment of the agricultural Industrialand

ment, State Experiment Station, commercial advantages of the t U the only; low-priced ear with SOLID STEEL ONE-PIECE TURRET TOP?'
Gainesville, Fla. "
: state.
L1. ; .- +. CIIEIROLET--the only complete low prieed cart

Caddo parish (La.) farmers BALDWIN WITIIDU.VUS
1 reaped 4010.000 from crops In SEBRING-A surprise in the What I. the only; low-priced car with IMPROVED GLIDING KNEE-ACTION RIDEClIE"'ROLETlIuI *?' ,

1933: records show. if' state campaign carte this week only complete lota-priced cart

when Cyril Baldwin announced

Would Protect People's here that he was withdrawing from What U the only; low-priced cap with GENUINE FISHER NO DRAFT VENTILATION?'
< the race for the office of State
b: __ j Rights and State AssetsSAMUEL Treasurer In his signed an- CHEVROLET-the only complete loss priced cart

nouncement given to the press, Mr.BalwIA .
stated: "Because of diffi- What is the only low-priced car with HIGH-COMPRESSION: VALVE-IN-HEAD ENGINE?

_______ $ IT. culty In financing my campaign I CIlEI'ROLET-the only complete lota-priced cart
"
nt ______ am compelled to withdraw from s
the race for State Treasurer ThisI What I
'i the only low-priced car with SIIOCKPROOF STEERING
( do reluctantly and with the deep-
y 1 eat gratitude to my friends and to CHEVROLET only complete lota-priced cart

the members of the State Press!!!,

R't II who have honored me with their THEREFORE, THE BEST CAR TO BUY IN 1936 IS

support; and it is an honor, for the ,
office of State Treasurer Is one of

--..---- the most Important In the state."
CHEVROLET

TRAIN SCHEDULE

s EXTRA "LIFT" IN H-C Our schedule changes Sunday,
r January 5 and trains will run as ?

? means 1 to 3 more miles 'per : follows:: Sounthbound C / ? Oll&tf Co1tp&ntpriced'

gallon No 1-Due Starke 11:31: P. M.
No. -Due Starke 4:28: P. M. ALL THESE FEATURES AND Or' tb7.tN._ ("_.,riles wa _.-

No. 107-Due Starke 9:11: A. M. AT CHEVROLET'SLOW; 495 'Ior MaA.wIrvA", .. ,JO -_.-.-4r. ..tu.e.i.n"..1roe. _t-.A.M.-.. _

,'i ,u 4 Ask the Sinc/j/r/ / Dcr/ W. GETZEN I No. 191-Due Starke 10.23: : P. M. PRICES .M'Y. 'IA'20.--..., _, p'"" ....-I.. .... ___'.. mI '
wee.AId.n
J C.adid.'e for NorthboundNo. 101_. ....,; Ar_ l.Mw.A. .Sour r..e'...
STATE TREASURER 2-Due Starke 5:09): A. M. GENERAL MOTORS INSTALLMENT TLAN
It, -MONTHLY. PAYMENTS TO SUIT TOUR PUliS'
( ; d Ag.nt Sinclair Refining Company f Inc.j states, Ws"As platform.State Mr. Getien I No. 16-Due Starke 12:10: P.M.
Treasurer and a No. 108-Due Starke 9:19: P. M.
V FOR SINCLAIR.PRODUCTS
1, member ot the
va.rio1n.> eoaNitudematState
Starke and Wsmaee Branch
PHONE 168 < Torode
$oards,.l Chevrolet
J. H. WAINWRIGHT Agt........ enforce laws for protection deaMsMricuy( of t'M No. 101-Leave*Starke 7.OOA.: M. Go
No. 102 Arrives Stark 1:50 P.B..
(r'4 r, BTAJUUC FLORIDA peG'PI. and the assets of the State I I -
D, FJori4L" _,_ T. J. GRIFFIN. STARKE, FLORIDA

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_nrn". ', 1936 ._ ... .. _._ _..__._ ___. _._ .. _.. __ __ ... .- ._. .. :" < '

....w. "Hello, Ellen: Welcome to the I S. back life had again begun to,, oratorlcally H* continued reading :pairs of eyes were fastened" on him."I ;i: t i ;,
TnCECM DIRECTORY i Your think I've got It, he said with i
C Does q
"Where j
from his
that hla copy.
KE institution, take on meaning, presence I'
.\ forceful "Ws'll use a Robinson f ,
It Is Gone quietness. \
CHURCH "Th-tbank sir somehow It point and zest Lipstick Go When
you gave !
IS'
BAPTIST No! New Paragraph girl, yes, but do you know
FIRST Price Pastor At the elevator B. what she'll be dOing.
NourishmentIn }
C. Is No
ReV. 10( o'clock a. m. Linda. In his arms and kissed her Whltey About a million, eh? There drink-
day ychool Paint! Use Stlck-On-The- her at a drug store counter
Su SuptA soundly. "What to prevent me "Almost. Exclamation mark! Ing a soda but Instead of her ii. f.

J Thomas Worship, 11 a. m. i, from thinking about you all day" He banged one fist on the other. Lip Lipstick.cents In the United States straw being In a soda it will b. ( a
ytornlagL he demanded. "' know what we're going to Fifty
U 7:15: p. m. {ou and Canadal"He tuck In a sloppy can of paint. t'
) y P worship, 1:3( p. m. A beatific smtlorlppl over her do? We'll have one of our old- She'U be drinking paint and

Evening Meet1D ""edDesclay p. .-- w1 .. MA ..m. face. "Wild torses ," She clung fashioned board meetings like last ended his ultimatum with an it'Usay so right on the can. What ,
i
Te.1Chers -- at Van and one
S. S knock down anxloua glance i"".
m. to his lapels "Glad to be home year. AU day long do you think?" ,

7 l5 I' Prayer service WedMethoaiM THIRD ANNIVERSARY Linda drew In a sharp thrilled "Sure I'm glad to be home You and drag out and clean up everything Finger pointing toward God. There was a unanimous murmurof
Id.week .. In five or six hours. Good Van sat hunched up In his chair '
8 m. .tCIIAPTER- I breath, "Deep deep, deep meet such swell people here. His approval. h'I 1
lIelJay p. ONE I Van surveyed the breakfast table eyes twinkled. "For instance Idea, eh? both legs hanging over tho arm. Joe's eyes shone. "Geo that'. j '

Church a moment later with satisfac that Ellen's a cute) dish." He stepped "Yes V. S." "Not bad Joe I like It. What 1 great V. S... ''I} I':

B M, Montgomery Pastor. Van Sanford grinned back at his tlon. The trout were nestling cosIly Into the,elevator "Call the staff for a. meeting at are you using for art?" Van rubbed his hands together.: !!h* ,\ ':

Rev sunday Sc1'ool-30 a. m. reflection. in the depths of a deep plat Til fix It up for you," Linda three o'clock then" Van said de "I think I've something very ef "I like It too. Straighten It out ;; \ :'

Worshlp-ll a. m. "Wonderful world wonderful ter. "Ah, my friends!" he Intoned : called merrily. cisively. festive" Joe handed him a dummy with Robinson. What'a next!" ,I:
''
nosing Epworth League-7:30: ( p. m. people inhabiting It." he assured smugly. "Yep and I caught "Fat chance." Van pointed to the "I thought you'd want It for portrait poster of a beautiful girl H a rr ing t on'S '\
'
, Evening Worship, 8 p. m. his mirrored vla-a-vls. He snap- every one of them." elevator boy who was grinning delightedly eleven" with colorful, ripe lips. "It's a Da. . I think I'm going to bring. a \,' : .

are invited to all these services ped hla braces over wide, powerful "You did not!! That big one's "With this one In the He stared "You moan you've vid Robinson." depressing note Into the proceedIng 11 :
You his
shoulders and stepped back ab mine. I got him on a Parmacheenle building. arranged It for eleven?" Van fiddled with the pipe In ."' I .

_. sorbed In the momentous problemof Belle-and you know It." "Yea V. S," she said simply. mouth "I don't know Boo" Van retorted laconically. a. :;;
have been
Presbyterian Church knotting his tie. Van emitted a shocked gasp. "How" long they mar- He glanced at her for a brief second "We can hardly improve on Robinson Harrington and the other smiled 'r /
H. lx>wry, :Minister rled? Ellen asked Simpson, with back V. S." had the Mel-\. I' ,\
Rev George Preoccupation did nice things to This was lese-majesty. "He's mine awe looked away then again He continued "We've ';
School.U closely resembling
10.00 a, m.-Sabbath his face. The two frown lines and I caught him on a Professor. I 1n something her voice. Somehow, someway, she never Unfolding his length Van beganto ia Cold Cream account for nine < ;1 ','

':oo A M.-Morning Worship; above his straight-bridged nose remember taking the Professor out failed to anticipate his every wish. pace the narrow confines of the years and we've always received' "\ ;:, ,t

sermon by the pastor. emphasized dark, keen eyes. A of my hat and saying, 'Prof old "Three years to the day." Simp- "If we're meeting at eleven get me room. "The picture's all right the bulk of their appropriation. .'; ;i[ ; If
mYoung Peoples Vesper son threw out his chest as if he sales. as a picture. I'm just wondering allowance r.J.);,;, '
g:oo p blunt out-thrust Jaw set off the boy the quarterly space This year however, our I .. ),
Service firm mobile mouth. "Van, he's mine! You remember were somehow responsible for It. She turned to the files "And by If It tells the tory we' want""Frankly. has been cut exactly In half They (..' ,j t ;<;,

g p m. Evening Worship. Then out of sheer exultation of I'd Just changed to a Parma- "And after all that time ." ,the way, Mr. Farnsworth has ajrrund'new V, S." Joe put in In thlt defensively claim they're finding they have to ',' i1:; '+ ,;

Rosewood-Baptist; ChurchRtt spirits, Van raised his arms high cheenle and "My dear girl," Simpson said In: Idea to solicit the Dolly "I think the value appeal more to the general public P .: ( ; ,i',

IO.. Hemingway Pastor and stretched the full length of his He shrugged resignedly and the special tones he reserved for all and for the first time In their hla- ;'

Sunday. Bible seventy-three Inches. "Come In," placed the disputed trout before 'Ellens,' "When you're In serviceas i tory they're contemplating going :,:
Services every r,' you'll realize that t Into five cent magazine National '';1
A long as a
10:15: a. m. Services at 3:30: he called in answer to a discreet her "I guess you're right. r 8+1 ,\\1',
Study Parmacheenle did it" though Mr. and Mrs. Sanford are m Weekly
o'clock In afternoonBETiIEL knock. are still\ described half-circle with ', r 1-)
Simpson bustled through the He flickered a sly glance in her slightly unorthodox, they Van a '

BAPTIST CHURCH door. "Good morning Mr. Sanford direction. Seating himself he unfolded the nicest people you'll ever work his pipe "We've had that argument ,,\

Donnley Pastor his and began to read for." before, Hal. He shrugged.
Rev I A. I'm so sorry paper '
I
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Services every first Sunday. "Slmpson- you're late.. with an elaborately uncommunlcatlve "Oh I'm sure they are," Ellen "They're not going to do very welt : ,

Sunday School 2:30: ( p. m. The valet hurriedly adjusted air.Linda. agreed hastily."So selling a two dollar jar of 'cold Qf. t j \
Services of Simpson continued cream In a five cent malfn lni). rs
Bible Study and Prayer Van's coat much as if he were In fingered her glass or- .I ,
"In case it's occurred to "But that's it, V. S. Harring ; !
then said casually meaningly
night.
every Saturday haste to wrap an overlooked bundleof ange juice, ;, '
?" it would be quite useless ton's voice was grave. "Their two
clothes. "It's most careless, sir "Van what day \is today you J

First Christian Church the first morning after your "Day? Uh why Monday, November to cast your eyes at Mr. Sanford." dollar cold cream now sells for one I'' 1

Rev W. T. McOulre Pastor vacation.." 8th," he mumbled. "Oh, I wouldn't think of It, Ellen dollar and a quarter ; ',
back his heaxland i, ; 1
Bible School, 10 a. m. Van relented. "Forget It.: Say, She fell into silence, then at- dimpled at him. "Mm. Van threw ''
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Communion, 11 a. m. who the fight?" tacked again. "D n.t be late tonight '"In the first place, he'd put you reflected "Well Hal, our appeal I p'
won and we)
Christian Endeavor 7 p. m. "Rosenblatt the third round dear. I'm having some peo- over his knee and spank you Is to the luxury trade i i I,

meeting Wednesday 7:30( ple In." and In the second and pausing can't deny It" i
Prayer sir
his dignity suddenly he sat bolt upJ
so far forgot Then
Simpson
did? Hmph. I owe Finney "Ummmm ,
m. "He
p. chin the ether with +
of
Fourth know to chuck Ellen under the right. From out i
and want to as
preaching Second off." Van's with "Don't you u
wagers
a night v. dumdum bullet 1
thereIsn't of
force a
all the
her winningly
11 m. and 8 p. m. who are? ogling I
Sundays a. the second butler were a weekly they world . j n
in the the Idea had come.
woman
occurrence-and Finney alwayswon. I "Yes. Yes of course, came from a English girl as pretty as At; 4 "I've been getting that point: of ,;
St. Marks Episcopal Church behind the paper. I even an 4 I
$
Service on second, fourth and Simpson said mournfully, "With "Well, there's -the Merritts, theCarstairs you who could take him away view so often"that lately I, thought Harrington w. 'j ''n t6n

tltta!! Sundays at 11 o'clock a. m. night off and my three dollars Haoul, and Battleship", from Mrs. Sanford"Ellen's was saying to 6r
your Itself
Litany and choir practice at Finney should do very well she rattled off, brightly "and Independence asserted and tossed- 4 "Ik, you rea11y like ii2 could think" up some argument t'I' '! A
flounced back combat It
7:30: o'clock on Friday nights proceeding sir." Van's nose was still In the paper. She asked. } P
at them alL
head. "Oh, I don't know. Whitey Van looked at him
Sunday services. "You too eh?" Van whistled. He "Say, that's quite a party! What'sthe her blaze of his.i
the
mother alwaysdid his fired by
she asserted, '"My eyes
added vaguely, "Maybe we oughtto 'Idea? asked, e
'There Isn'a a man In the new-born Idea. Crazy T he
"Don'tyou
get rid of Finney." Simpson Ignored "Va-an" Linda walled. say be trusted'." Then, himself. Dangerous It might '),): ; i y i U
world that can ----
this la? '
this. Finney waa as much a know what day outraged stare she layout will be the copy mean staking a large slice of his '4' ": & ;,
BOB JONESComments dawned. "Oh. at Simpson's account.
house Its gracious, "Huh? Light Dana Lipstick r 3>
part of the as anniversary fled. That would be for the "Mayfair" "But how do you know they'll carefully built-up fortune. His eyes ; ,11" ,
wedding
it's our r
walls. Van slapped Why : .
l' whltepaneled ? What'a to keep about the room then went
On Here' -- magazine his most successful pub- read the copy darted '
\\I OFFICE MATECHAPTER lication. "You looked it over?" them from turning the page? The to the door. Whitey! "I've got to ', ; (

And Hereafter '-- She nodded. "That means there's Robinson girl?" He shook his head. talk to Whltey," he told himself. : : ;,:

TWO "Two ahead of this there'llprobably .
y something in it. Good girl pages
his be a Robinson girl selling (In his own mind, Van has reach. I' !rjl., I .I''

Jesus preached a wonderful sermon With a light springy step, Van An hour staff later from he was across facing the cigarettes two pages after, a eel some momentous iterlslon. Even / !the ,

on the mount. When the ser entered the door of his outer office, executive mouth wash." He munched on his In the heat. of his first enthusiasm I :

mon was over He came down the after having passed through a large table in the conference room.A lower lip "It needs some little knows that It Is risky. Bat n.' ,i J! \'
casual, friendly atmosphere ,
a great mul his them glued on his. fortunes Involve LJuda .
from
mountain followed by shower of happy greetings byVan's trick to keep though .,
engendered I'
has always permeated the place, it to whom he turn.. Can ti (
titude Human nature staff that page. Read again. It Is Whltny
large ( "
)
attitude of camara ',
That crowd was Mr. Sanford I own easy he win the gamble he U planning TDon't I
been the same. "Oh good morning, "Stop! Joe began desperately, i'' '
crowd In the mod of the derie. mica next WM''>k'* exciting lay .:,' .1 J7': q q.tallmmtll.
I
one
like a great Conners, What Is HappeningTo
Just Mary Joe Farnsworth, his hair enthu- "Do You Know ,,; \ iI 15 :':' "
(
em world who come home after looked op from her machine'I You ? Where Doe. Your Lip :
typists end rose to his feet l., .1"Ir1
elastically on : M:: ;
Jeans '
a great>epeake? When It Is Gone DoesIt "
hearing: and smiled dramatically and addressed stick Go ,! l '
the worldever Slowly I gestured First ascent by man In a balloon i' t i
was the greatest speaker "Good morning, Mary Do You Evaporate No! There Is No + ':'9'
the "Stop ,
group (
tag t'I
spake as the made by Pllatre de Rosier :
"Never man opened Use was
heard. Van In Paint!
and noiselessly YouIn Nourlahmont I !
To ;
the Know What Is Happening France la 1783.YOU ;: *,\ : !1 41 ;
what ,
this man. That Is people Inner door. Van snapped his fingers. Six Paris ,
I demanded .
be \'
of His generation said. The His secretary, Helen Wilson was ., old English type t.p a,; YI H f 1 ,1 1 : :; /11\ (

most profound statements ever perched precariously on a table, 7t

made were the beatitudes "Blessed evidently trying to gauge the exact t 'L

are the pure In heart for they I p J angle at which to hang a framed

shall see God. Nothing more profound + caricature of Van.

was ever uttered than that 1 1I The door creaked and she said,

statement and every word exceptone over her shoulder "That's about

Is a monosyllable. Can't you right. Hand me the hammer,

hear the crowd talking? "Whatdo Mary"

you think about what lie said I Van caught Linda in Treading quietly with the In- I

about the pure in heart seeing p,4 t his arms. "What's to ward glee of a mischievous youngster VALUES LIKE THESE

God "I am glad old Mr. So and t prevent me from think- 'r Van crossed to the table and CANT PASS UP MAGAZINE kM.r.

So heard what He said about the tag a bout you allday?" placed the hammer in her out-
'
peacemakers. That old boy has 1 stretched hand. CTTYENe.AttrOtJ! '

stirred up trouble In this commu- } l M She began hammering on a tack ..LO.rm.w.ltw xunvt Southern Xgrlrallurial. Peer j -o>QNIY .

nity all his life.. "Did you see old meant to hold,the picture In place. Goad SloriM.T.:.aeT roa OHIY Country Homo, 1 yo er r ry t (,

Brother Blank look down, when He hands together. "Now! What ," "Why a man will keep such a hor- Th Crantrr r Hew.al.rt: Twr- $ .80 Th.Fae.ferr.ab I Peer $ 4 .80 ,
That his cheeks is beyond i THIS HEWSPATDI == <
talked about the meek? 'about the trout? Do we have 'em "Yea darling. Her rible picture_of himself AND THIS MEWSPAOt = AND few On Teat I '(.
old stiff-necked brother knows flushed expectantly as she waited me." Van cocked his head tot On.Test I

nothing about meekness" As a for breakfast? mysteriously for his embrace. and subjected the picture to his f.
simpered
matter of human Interest the writer The valet Instead he leaned forward and scrutiny. "Maybe I've been } '
sir The trout were preparedJust Intense Country fti*y y McCALI'St j ;
"Yes [
,
would have traveled miles to cheek with a hasty .' ;,
ordered. Wonderful pecked at her with him too long. ;OHFER have heard the comments of the as you must have had sir." kiss. "Seems like only yesterday "I think you're right. It doesn'tdo SIe Pictorial D T ER/ph ir'' "

crowd about the sermon of Jesus fishing you down the hall, doesn't it?" he said conversationally. me Justice." T
on the Walking Jauntily fish while he's around, nearly top-
mount. entire household "Better eat that She whirled :THIS NEWSPAPER"I
the
to *
Van caroled 1 I
While the crowd was talking still got a fever.,' pling from the table. A deep, crimson j 1, rI>i

about what Jesus said as they : "Hmm?" I tide rose under the pearly for 1 year and i' ,

came down from the mountain the "She was poor, but she was Incredulously she stared, then white translucency of her skin ;

attention\ attracted toa honest her plate. skin that had earned her the nick- ;:
of Jesus was crime turned blindly to 3 Big Magazines NEWSPAPER
of rich man's child- t
Victim a
In early THIS I,
she "WhItey"
man In need. The needy man kissed Through two spreading tears name of
possibly heard the sermon that For the Squ-ire's son the trout and. speared It viciously hood. With an embarrassed gesture I
saw full 9 :
her. her for one yean!
Jesus of head she ran her hand through
had preached. He, course But her fork made no
!
Hain't it all a rotten rhyme hair. "
could not have been In the midstof Vexed, she lifted up the mass of honey-colored
the crowd because he was a leper A door opened a few inches and way.outer flap of the fish then "Oh I'm sorry V, S. I thought And 4 Big Magazines
her lips
head popped out scrambleddown
but Jesus may have commandedthe Linda's rosebud. caught her berath. From withinIts you were Mary. She Q J

winds to take His words and pursed Into a delectable her depths, she slowly drew forthan from the table. IMagazinefrom Group A; 3 Malulu.from Group Bl4Iaalj{ '
lids of eyes
hand
white
The smooth offered her a helping
carry them down the mountainsome lashes oil paper envelope containingits Van
the were drawn their fringed diamond stood off and surveyed her
distance to the ear of precious treasure a then
arched
leper What faith this leper bad!! shadowing her lovely and sapphire bracelet.The with the warm. Impersonal regardof '

Lord if thou wilt thou canst cheeks. two tears fell and their successors an old friend. "How are you, Select Any 3 Magazines '

make me clean." "If thou wilt" Van's heart leaped, then settled It filled her eyes. Whitey? Been behaving yourself From This List I"."0-....ved'. ."eat.........W4q ? 7j

you "You have down to a steady pounding. I whale Humor gleamed from her deep g: ggg '
will to '
notice he said. of her "Don't ever ask me go H..AaGmd. : b ee z'1rr aa.y-'''' qfy t

the power to do It.. How did he never failed. at One morning glimpse greetingand fishing Van began. blue eyes. "Why, certainly.' "Cross n" "T.e.n..._..ory f..... a 0-..... _1.-I Tear B .00tot cia u.a" a.pd' e a 04trslet .. o. 1: 7 ,{ !. .

Know Jesus had the power to heal exquisite face romantic But Linda, like a small whirl He swung both her hands. Herald I aFl. == [] PL.e Grader. .:..: : 27ft 0 n. lam Jb;;;- 1" .
.
Wm. He must have heard what he was a breathless him smothering your heart? Been true to me? 1'r" OivworMcCalTo U H ,Notanl lit .."...., -1fU; 1" ,

Jesus said. He waa convinced that adolescent again.Solemnly for this was him wind unmercifully was upon with her kisses. She assumed a studied pose ofcogitation ] |Household uolo> Homo Maamio(lor ....11I.* -...)_.I Tam.P- 0 .....11I b,Xm.1ti's......Ine. .. .. !3 rr rr Nome sad... 51.CI....... '. ,,.... 1 N. tty '

a now "Well, twice Then, M"9- _I ,_ Nit ....I ., F '
man who could say the sublime Just before I look again. b 1w Nom.
ritual Van lowered him- "Van gotten Mori Claoolo _____ Pr t. t.ow:) ... .. Ibll . ,
things that Jesus Bald and say their dally and "Hey! Help!" Van laughed, whilehe abruptly, "My how tan you've MoodlonaHOpoa. I H..." 1W S ( 4!,
them as naturally as Jesus said self to the level of her height blissfully received her 'thank ." She glanced around the new- load (lay.) .....f 1 Q51su'.Velae. lie 1It".to" / M.J2E 1 ,. .. : j
them and placed his lips against hers. They I decorated office. "It's a good P.....' Maaawta. _1 -. C ,,,11Ift" .... 1N Ne dlMre Mom' het i:: 'I'
must be the Son of God back, then you"I'll go quietly officer. ly ...IoII.eI.. ..,.. .... [] ,l&torI.III. : 1" bINryn ,
therefore if it waa His will He clung ardently drew don't know a thing about It. I was thing it fits Into the color scheme. Malarial 1 Bo-low -- 1 =. [] /a..ii.mtw'N. : : 1" "'. 17r F ,rf.. ''
could sought yet another kiss. followed her gaze to the h.er..i, Pa..m .. ..... a lie /mea/ar err 'j+ aso.a.e.
heal leprosy. "He has the standing here minding my own He ._1.. 1 yes' a CoaP' s _.." '
is? lie pr1jue 211'I'I
Power. I know" That was the'eper'a "Who do you think this small nose ,bus creamy drape., the brown panel- ...... Book AvHaulhirUI, ]In Tam. .ue [],,.,".'SS7''u6, .- 1" 0........"." A,1e, ;I//1. 1,.. i iTe
conclusion. What faith! It Linda's absurdly the new maid ling and the chairs of dull greens 1 Soulhoro)
eyed .
Simpson CoiJoMioM / j
w a remarkable story. A sermon crinkled to the tip of her fingers?" coldly. "Did you tell Mr. Sanford and rust. "Whitey. It's great." I'I W._'. Wo.14, 0'j, J

was preached on the mount. It curled ecstatically "Simpson that Finney was waiting with the car?" "Do you really like it?" .NOTE-Cdtee.o/ea' ..b ....-,... :, -. ... 1.. 1 1
the husky voice was evl- TfiM < if nHik. Only owMatuion ]
asked. In appreciation l of emy ym [
Was the world she "Yes. But she His sincere ,
'
greatest sermon the in Its Ellen snickered. did r .11_.d.n ,'
ever heard. The only record we contained golden chimes was slttln' on his lap and and hehadn't dtnt. "I don't see how you Modon 101..... 4 l'.._1 <,... '
have of the immediate transforming depths. touched his trout It." n A....... Otti v.m iNbisyBSTiiiiw'j: 1 1 ..F 1 'l'' y,
"No. Try again. As if to prod even eight hundred and six I I H DoiiMortac ___ I T.as. S
Power of the sermon was the another and. "I spent r1* ludao i ,- 6
effect her memory. Van pressed toucheshis she said anxiously.He P.T deal Cullul. y- I''
dollars
It had In stimulating the "Whether Mr. Sanford amount. "You -Q L. GENTlEMENi 1 EneloM J__ .___ PUu. Son M. '

faith of a poor leper. Truth honestly kiss upon.her.Finney!" trout or not is no concern of dismissed the Whitey Mike Q Ott.r No. I D Otf.r N*. 2 D Offer Nag: O Offer No. 4 rt ,i I4' ;
Angelo
proclaimed always produces "Uh said austerely."I are Michael I
results in a heart with the right "No. Again"'Mm. yours know Simpson sir but Ellen M. Angelo. 'He sniffed. It was an I I I OJB eaecUifr the nug xlas defied with a ?. /. sebualpM

fespotue. The Intellectual and I give up. She openedone I discreetly composed her featuresas audible question-mark. tfoa to year p parS
"That's paint," Whitey explained l
Prominent crowd! may have had eye."Surprise the Sanfords appeared.
mental delight In analyzing the !" Van yelled In the Van suppressed a grin, aware of "They just finished the wood Nno,

statements fo Jeeua More may best tradition. Linda's embarrassment at being work today.'+ I

write books about the Lord and Her eyes sparkled with delight."A caught In the, breakfast nook by j l As Van began to pace the floor I @ k Str.. et H.F.Dl L .
How nice"Arms hooked In his vest a
they husband BU thumbs
get of I
a thrill from the spell Ellen. !
1IL1 personality and yet go down to entwined about each towardthe others "Ellen" Linda said her lips curious\ feeling of peace descended / Town sad 8ut j .

the grave With leprous souls. Only waists, they sauntered twitching "as you er may aver her. "W'UI something she.:

those Who look to Him for saving stairs. "How have gathered, this Is Mr. San- I did not try to analyze or underitand ,i iAPRILS

mercy and healing grace hear Ills Van whispered In her ear" ford." I f She> merely knew that WRite
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Words, "I will b B thou clean" did you sleep darling A

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'' County politics is warming up. Look out for the fire- the state. for a long time and activity In VOTERS IIERE SATURDAY ate the state government 3per.

works I There' are farmers In this section TOO LATE this direction as evidenced In Polk: its branches the tax wo ??
I who seem Indifferent to the em- (Continued From Page One) bum nep hu
0 CLASSIFY County is a good sign. increased at the averag ,
I :: ployment of an agent, but similar TO of the ,8u of
taxpayers.
If someone comes in to pay a bill be careful, it might be Instances of Indifference to better- Last week 312 delegates gath- expense He charged that Florida's state $2,000,000 a year, a gain 'a about
I ment may be found in any line of Br I IJS RI.I.: KAYeervtarrv ered at Bartow to attend the first 500 per cent as against ,
II I an April Fool joke. Florida. Frees A..n. tax burden Is far greater than Is popull.
Conventionheld
business. There are always a few County Democratic tlon
necessary to provide efficient, constructive Increase of only fifty) t,ur
o who are content to let matters rock In many years and the con- per
are, no matter If termed vention called for the purposeof I. government. He pointed cent since 1920. He said thai. ue
it are sometimes accused along as they Polk County baas been was
Strange seem cows
as may out that since 1920,. when only stale
threaten at minute to the democratic platformfor expended $35.000000
they any key territory determining-( adopting a (Mt
being road hogs. cease to rock.However I outcome of elections this year and the county.Outatandfng year, and "even In the face of thu

----0 almost without exception candidates for most all state of- among the twenty- urged repeal of law licensing slot staggering governmental "out tie

Borah he will stick with the Republican Party-and the most progressive grow- fices have been stumping the coun- seven resolutions presented and machines and sponsoring a- state governor, by his control nd dom
says ers who have been questioned ty In an effort to create a favor- adopted by the convention as a driver's license. inance of the legislature b> giving

I be stuck WITH it, no doubt. aboutthe, matter have been heart able impression.All platform to which all candidateswill The surprise of the convention Jobs and patronage to member.

: 0 ily in favor of the employment of candidates. It seems, carry a be expected to subscribe, were: was the refusal of delegates to en- Imposed an estimated additional

a farm agent and the establish- little bag to put the "election" in, endorsement of the National Administration dorse a resolution designed to place $7,500,000 In new taxes to be spent
it matter when the
shows whenever pleases no
Spring up ment of central market here at this
a and quite a number of those now reaffirmed allegianceto the meeting on record as Instruct- year-new taxes that could

,i', almanac says it is officially here. the earliest possible date. running for office are frank to Jeffersonian Democratic principles ing Is delegation to the legislature not have become collectable under

0 The project Is being sponsoredand admit that they have "Polk" In the abolition of all forma of ad against a sales tax or any legislation my proposed tax limitation amendment -

: enthusiastically pushed by the bag. At least four gubernatorial valorem taxes prohibition direct similar to a sales tax. until the people themnelvei
: A nudist colony in South Florida recently advertised fora Business Men's Club which '
organIzation candidates make this claim while taxation on property by the state, This resolution was the only one voted them.

s.tenographer-not a photographer. has appointed a committeeto several running for lesser officesare revision fo the state's constitution presented that brought on a major "We do not need to spend any

'I t 0- appear before the Board of equally as confident. nine-months school term with argument and a spirited debate $42,500,000 a year for state pup

1 County Commissioners at its Mon- But the truth of the matter is twelve-months pay for teachers, lasting forty-five minutes followed poses," the speaker continued 'In
+ Who'll offer a prize for the best suggestion of how to use day meeting and ask that funds be endorsement of citrus leg-
; "Polk County" Is a long way present before the vote was taken and the fact, It Is my firm opinion that w,

'" ; those holes they've dug around Ocala? appropriated for the employmentof from being bagged as yet and it islation, abolition of unnecessarystate anti-sales (ax proposal was defeated can cut off fully twenty-five percent

an agent. The business men seems that Polk County Democratsare boards and bureaus, con- by a vote of eighty-eight to of the present burden provide

y o would like all farmers who are interested more concerned about tellln' demning legislators' accepting remunerative eightyfive.The adequately for schools &.

The Umatilla Tribune says there is no such thing as idle in this vital matter to ap- candidates what/they want done appointments by goy quick of the resolution surlng an $800 for each Instruction

',; rumors. Trouble is they work overtime. pear with the committee before the than; they are In havln' candidatestell ernor during their term of office, condemning passage the two-Job unit: a state pension for the old

commissioners.: what they propose to do. This ,urged calling of a state convention. and for people of Florida If the national
0Here's Everyone who Is interested In the practice calling legislationto
real news. See where a runaway horse caused advancement of Bradford County prevent It in the future gave a Congress does not do its duty and
at the same time
on
clear Indication of carry every
public feelingon
excitement in Tallahassee the other day. as an agricultural center shouldbe this essential need 'and service of efficient
in favor of this project, and its I score.
: o urged that as many as possiblebe I POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR While the voices of candidates and honest state govern.
ment.
!ta ; A London chef says the younger generation doesn't know > at the court house Monday so from Pensacola to Key West have
been raised In a mighty babble to The speaker said that because
be Is not -
that It will seen it merely -
in it often
should. enough.
soup. They They're a matter of Interest to a few SKIM: \TOIl FOIl SCHOOL BOARD Inform the people what these Individual he Is certain governmental coati

o but a matter of vital concern to I am a candidate for State!, Senator -: I hereby announce my candidacy candidates propose to do, can be reduced twenty-five per
Bradford and Union Counties,
According to the Atlanta Journal, in the old days our everyone. subject for to the Democratic Primary. for School election Board an from a member District of No.the 2 the voice of the people is heard for cent, he favors a reduction in the

Your support will !... cordially: appreciated comprising South Starke and Theremin the first time from the conventionIn present seven cents per gallon gasoline -
politicians viewed with alarm, now they alarm with views. -- -- and It elected I will ,....tI- ), and If elected will give the Polk County and those who aspire tax a reduction in the coat of
NO-FENCE ADVOCATES [y the conflwnr.PPERSON.ei dutleii of the office my very best l
1 o attention. Your vote .and support to office will be wise to heedit. the automobile licenses to a stan-
1
ACTIVE solicited and will be appreciated.H. Jard $3 for the small cars and J5
r.., Historians tell us that George Washington wrote poetry. FOIL RErIl: EsFtiTATIvETo D. WAY.
Advocates of a no-fence law are the voter of Bradford County -- The example set by progressivePolk for the large cars, as well aa exemption
I ,i 14'' f:< It just goes to show that a man can live down most anything. Becoming Increasingly active and it I hereby for representative announce myself to the a candidate Learslnture -- roil' !SIIOOLIIOAED will undoubtedly be followedby of farm tractors and motor

t, ---0- seems as if our small livestock from Bradford County, nub- I hereby announce myself a candidate other counties and when this boats from the payment if any
for School Board, District I No. I
3; If a dog takes to a man it's supposed to be a sign the man owners will have to be on the alertIf the set Democratic to the action Primary.of the to voters be held at subject to the will of the voter::. of occurs it will be a tremendous gasoline tax "because neither use
to such and the coming Democratic Primary, In the direction of better the and thereby do not
legIslation vote
they expect prevent June 2, 11186. YOMT. support step gov- highways
t' r is all right. On the other hand, the dog might simply be hun- being passed at the next that will he your appreciated confidence and In 1 me assure will June fair administration 2,, 193d. If elected of the I promise duties of a etnment. contribute to their destruction

gry. session of the legislature. you be misplaced. the offloe Your vote and .support
not
la solicited and will be
highly apt
IIAZEN.
'L n".p..ctfull"iB'RED\,
i O Almost every day articles are predated. Respectfully,
1' I Been in the big newspapers which FOIl' (I.KIIK (.IKC.VIT ('OIUTTo !oJ. J. LEWIS.Foil .
I A Texas observer reports seeing a rainbow that .
was up- ell of the work being done by the> People ol Bradford County .
I SCHOOL! UOARDi
i, side down. It's got so you can't depend on anything any Walter L. Hayes, of Orlando, leader : permitted Sincerely to Iru..tln.Ihat continue. to nerve maybe hereby announce myself a can. HALL'SGROCERY
of the fight for the nofencelaw. you an your clerk ,of the circuit didate for election as member of the
more. court, t announce ray candidacy for school board from District One
,, In addition to his efforts, bin office subject to ,, (comprising votlnir precincts one
o delegates at two recent state-wide ocratic primary I appreciate the and two), subject to the action of
klndn..n and mev voter In the Democratic Primary
Joe Louis has been elected director of insurance nandeIn
> an com conventions: adopted resolutions > .all of our people return June 2. 1036 If elected I promise to
i f advocating of such a law. I have .rendered and for no long as work for the bent Interests of all
pany. He could do a lot to promote safety by retiring from passage
1 hold office will' continue to render, the schools, In Bradford County
the ring. Although there la no argumenton .."ery' service and courtesy In my Your vote and Influence appreciated
G the point that cowless highways power Your assistance will he 1'1'- Respectfully, J. H. MOORE.To .
A. J. THOMAS.
( -- o 1 i would be fine but It is also reciated.
a thing the Voters of a!>h lit : Miami calls Tampa the most corrupt spot in the state. true that a no-fence law would FOR' 'rAX 88"S'IO"myself!' a can- No. 1 of llrndforcl Coantr
t hereby announce I hereby announce, myself a candidate AND MARKET
I It ? Funny how dark the kettle always looks from where the pot work a great hardship on the own- didate for the office, of Assessor, subjecto of for re-election to the office
er of a small number of cattle who ', Taxee of Bradford Bounty of School: Board. Member for District

is standing. would be forced to go to a great I the Democratic will of the Prlfciary voters! at Election the coming to- No Democratic 1 subject primary to the June action 8, 191U.of the If Friday and Saturday, April 3-4

o expense to fence In sufficient pasturage be held In June'.. Yilur Vote and.. support elected I promise a fair and Impar-
I. solicited and will b greatly tial administration of the duties of
believed that
Indeed It Is
+i ? i' ,3r A Smithsonian authority says age makes the nose longer appreciated. .. the office Your vote and supportIs CASH PRICES
most of them would be forced to Respectfully solicited\ and. will' be highly appreciated.
I the mouth broader and unfortunately, we might add, the sacrifice their cattle rather than E. W-taye. ."""*- '
Respectfully,
tongue sharper. undergo the expense and thus another FOR TAX 8"ltIIiOll! J. C. PREVATT. FRESH 7c
small T respectfully announce my candidacy FISH, Lb. ___...________
staple on the
average for Tax A Bradford
o ; orht will of FOR ""'.IIKIIIFF
I farm would disappear.In I County sttbler't'to.
1k The owner of a "fruit salad tree" at Orlando boasts that spite of statements by Mr. ''th. primary Democratic election voter., June In the 2. I comIng have- To I hereby the voters announce of Bradford myself: a County candidate LARD Best Compound __ ____ lie

',Y '. he has seventeen varieties of fruit growing on it. What, no Hayes, statistics show that comparatively pay' ; rhlorfYadfnrlr$ : been and:,"if f for the office of. sheriff, and If
County nominated and elected I promise a
be attributed
few accidents can -
mayonnaise? elected Tax Assessor I guaranteeall clean. progressive. honest. Impartialand CATSUP 14-oz. _____________ tOe
to cows on the highways.Even the favors. Information, aceomodatlons fearless-administration. and en*
ot these few might have been and courtesies that can. herlv.n Corcnment of the law. On this declaration
r'': through that office. I will I solicit your* support ,and 2c
I;,, Breathes there a man with soul so dead, who never to prevented If the drivers had been appreciate! your .serious consldera- vote In the coming: primaries, SALT li/2 Lb. Pkg. _______ __ _
l vole "dFOB all..l..tanc" A. O. ANDREU.OHe .
obeying the speed laws. Lion, .
Jl himself hath said: "I could make a better speech than thatfellow's It. F. (Boh) DElIfOnEST. "Oscar". your vote and you 7c
'' --0-- will never have cause, to regret It, TOMATOES, No. 2 Can ____ _
doing. TOY GUN SALE BANNEDIt TAX A08F)810't.t !'
myself a candidate -
hereby announce FOIl.
HIIKHIFFI
w 0 Is to learn that for the office of Tax Assessor. CABBAGE 2c
gratifying Hard Head Lb.
of Bradford County, subject to the hereby announce myself a candl.set. I. "
t '(. The Tallahassee Democrat thinks that famous mustache the: Woolworth Stores a leading at the comlnM'1 for the office of Sheriff of

'i' 1 ': from whether Hitler Is stiff chain of five and ten cent stores, Dsmorratloeprimary election. to of-be of Bradford the voters County at the subject l'omln.n..mo.to. the will.>. MUSTARD lOc
Quart
prevents anyone seeing keeping a June I. In is amtthorthis _. ___. ___ _
tined ratlo Primary
have agreed to stop the sale of toy will .ay Y Election to be held
If.\. upper lip or not.Business firearms In their units throughoutthe umlllur with the duties. thereof andrtromlxe June 2nd, 1838 Your vote and sup.
If elected to dlachara; the port will bo greatly appreciated. FLOUR 75c
i o country in response to the anti- .4utlm of raid offl.e- In an efficient Ilespectrullv.! 241bs. Guaranteed ___ __ .
) J I deeply appreciate MILLER L. JOHNS.-
crusade now being waged and courteous manner.
4) toy-gun
experts are all predicting the best spring trade the nupport (given l me four
throughout the country.The 'years aa-o. ant attain solicit your FOil COTY COMMIat70NER' PEANUT BUTTER 12-oz. ,. lOc
1 [f, in years. They might not know what they're talking about,, action of the Woolworth cartful "on"ldllrall'I.n,1 support In I do hereby announce myself __
a
\:: but we're willing to listen. I Stores came in response to the the coming.nup.Nf..Y primary.. .. YOUI'll, cnndlrlHte for r.--el...ctlon on June RICE Whole 25c
k 'appeal by a well-known judge for LOOIS .H. HILL. !and for County ("omml..lontlfrom Grain 5 Lbs. __ a
4'hvJ Y ,} 0- District No. 3 South Starke I amtnr
} from merchants. It I.. and will'
cooperation payer at all timesstand
: A professor says people eventually will have no legs because was disclosed that children with hereby FOB T announce IX ( .U..1"TORtol my candidacy of for said the district rights of and the tax payers to- SUGAR 5 Lbs. _ __ ____ ___ 25c

Dili'' }, of lack of exercise. Wonder If there will be less kick- toy guns were frequently' being if nucceed Bradford myself.. as subject Tax Collector to I the the best of my ability I county stand lapper
t brought into court on various Democratic pritnarf': to be. held on .cent. for an old age pension and SPINACH No. 2 Can lOc
_
ing when that time comes? June 2. le99. I have tried to render her must he some provision made __ __ _
.
charges.It faithful, honvef and efficient. for the aired ones. Your vote and
4 0_ was one of 'these recent toy you service during my necond term of support will be greatly annrrclated. GRITS Fresh .13c
Jr ; You don't hear so much talk now about "saving the Con.Ututfon. pistol escapades which brought the offloe' aa your Tax Collector. I earn- MALLORY THOMAS. Med. __ _5 Lbs.._ _
., eetly nollclt I your 'lupport, and If --- -- -
A. ., ." Republicans have probably decided to concentrate request from the judge. A boy was elected again I halt continue: to FOIL COt'MTY COMMISSIONER
/.
; seen by a police officer watching render you the name eervlce a. I I hereby announce myself a can. MILK 3 Tall Nestles ________ 20c
their efforts the :have' in the p".t. dldate for re-election V
i on saving party.A people getting off of street cars CAnt. A. KNI(1HT. from District as Five county subject commissioner -

i o and then following them. The policeman to action of the voters In the Democratic -

prominent ink manufacturer says that the drop in red found that the boy had a respectfully FOIl T\X announce fOLLHITOHt myself a preciate. Primary your support, June 3, In 1938.the I past ap- VINEGAR Quart ______ __ lOc
toy. pistol and intended to hold candidate for the office of Tax Collector and will
appreciate continued
1 f: : Lag sales'during the past few months is the most remarkable up whoever looked promising to subject to the action of the tinnort and vote.Respectfully your

the trade of his him. Perhaps know of similar Democratic votern at the primary In of R. T. O'STEEtf.FOH SOAP & POWDER, 10 Bars __ 25c
; feature in history ,company. you June I. 183H I feel that I am every -- -- '
Instances among children of your way ntiallfled ti. give the dutleK CO!':NTY COMMItMONF.K
o of rtie office efficient and competent -
acquaintance.Toy ...rvl.... full and I hereby announce myself. a .an- TOMATO 5c
i Women voters in convention at Daytona Beach told the manufacturers had lately faithful. dlecharga Pledging. of the a dutlee of dilate for county commissioner. from SOUP, Can _____ __ _
District Three (comprl..ln.Soutll.
politicians just where to get on and where to get off. Most\ of! become so bold aa to begin the I the aollclt office and to lP'J.ppreelatebyour. Mtarke) subject to action of the vol.rs .

.if. 1 \. the .candidates are married men, however so they are used manufacture of miniature machine upport Respectfully In the I coning. CARL primary.JOHNS. 2', .118'In<1.the WIll Democratic appreciate Primary.your June vote PORK & BEANS, Can _______ 5c
guns for the amusement and "edu- and supportRespectfully..
I
; ,, j// to that by now. to cation"' of small bo>.. There Is al'rERINTEV l Kr OP SCHOOLS>> I.ESTER'KITF1.

a (, no telling where this enterprise on I hereby for re-election announce myaelf to the I a officeof candidate FOIL COt'NTY: CO'l"1511'0"'F.R WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF

the part of manufacturers Superintendent f of Public In- I do hereby announce myself!
t A Congressman from Texas says he has to sell a piece will a. a
Ktructlon of Bradford County subject candidate for the office of County
? '1 of property every two years to stay in Congress since he is stop. Perhaps by next Christmastoy to the will o/ 'the Democratic Commissioner for District Two. FRESH MEATS AND OUR PRICES
gas masks shrapnel and tear voters In the June North !:!lark.. of Ttradford County
getting "poorer and poorer" all the time. We wish he'd hush gas bombs will be on the market. I. Your. vote. :7u \\ln"I beappreciated. subject. to the voters of the Democratic
j' Primary June the 2nd. na6.
'L He's breaking our heart. The cooperation this ten cent Re.pe"tfu1ly.A-; ORIFF13. I pledge myself and my sacred. hon ARE CHEAP.HALL'S .
store Is or. l If that dlscharaemy
giving those working for t"'d"t 11,1 'ln
o run' SCHOOL" notnn whole In to the
fb the best Interests of our young T hereby announce mytelf a candidate beet I Interest of the county aa a
Every time anybody says it was cold in Florida this win people is to be commneded. What for re-election. ae member of whole, and will! Ksmrd well the taxpayers
School Board District No. 1 subject of the County. I will have no MARKET NEAR BERRY
ter we are going to tell them about the New Mexico man la lost In trade on these small Items jo the will of the voter In laid favorites or pets, but will contend, I'
>l lUrid on June 111* Your vote for equity and Justice to all I
will likely he as
than made
whose became numb while he more
fingers so was sawing wood that up
S ifA and support will D'I.l'r..U1 appre- understnnd It to the best of my MARKET.

{ ti ?, he sawed off two!>f them'before he knew anything about'it. by grateful purchase public.of other articles by a ,I.'aUd.I R.ee.etfu'n4. and knowl support.ilte and will aMIKy.be'Rpprectated.ALEX You .vet* :,

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