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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 10, 1936
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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ANNOUNCE FOR OFFICES THIS WEEK JENNINGS ASKS
ASONPASSES REGISTRATIONIN Board To Hire




MILLION DISTRICTS GREEN TO

1ST. .
: County Agent

DEBATEPENSIONOpponent :
FRUIT HEAVY
PINTS OF


To Run MarketLEE

Of Townsend
Look ForwardTo Indicates Widespread I t

Growers In Plan To Speak -- --- \

Three More Weeks Interest Coming ACCEPTS Action Taken At Request (
Here Saturday
Election
Shipping CHAIN TAX DATE Of Business Men and


HOOKS MOVED TO gUPEU.VISOIt'S RELIEVES IT THE ONLYCLEAR Farmers.ENTHUSIASM. ::
PRODUCTION WISHES TO AVOID FURTHER
WEA CUT ISSUELester
B\D 711PRiCESS LOW OFFICE II" K E
I LITIGATION, COMPTROLLERSAYS '

Registration-in various county Jennings, candidate for I HIGH ::
unfavorable weather ---- t, t
la spite of precincts has been unusually heavy Congress from this district andoutspoken I Comptroller J M. Lee said yes- '

conditions that materially cut pro- this year it was discovered when opponent of the Town- terday he would not appeal to the Believe Han Will Be ; ? !; ,:*

Action here during the past week the books were returned this weekto send Plan, this week announcedthat Supreme Court from the circuit Salvation Of t'''
County's strawberry season be will in Starke at 4 ;
Bradford the office of H. C. Wall, super speak court decision fixing February 23 ,
Its first million o'clock' afternoon and at ;
has passed Saturday County
of
: visor registration. as the effective date of the 1935
pinta and returns to growers here The North Starke precinct led the same time challenged Congressman legislature's chain store tax law -

far has been estimated at with 145: registrations! South R. A. Green to a series of concerned I'm As the i ,
thus T. FRANK LANDKUM NELSON T. GREEN "So far as I'm first necessary alp toward II''
close to $100,000.Unusually Starke had sixty-four, Lawtey fif debates on the $200 a month old not going to appeal it," he said the establishment of a central I ,

heavy rains on Thursday EIGHT FORMAL ANNOUNCEMENTSSWELL ty-three, Brooker forty-one, Graham age pension. would result only In a divided court farmers' market In Bradford 4p ', j!
week and subsequentcool Mr. .Jacksonville-
of last and Theressa Jennings a 11''
twenty-eight "To appeal to a divided court County the Board of County Commissioners + ,
weather did not prevent Law- TOTAL FOR COUNTY OFFICES torney, will speak in the business ,6 "
fourteen Books from Hamptonand affirming the lower court. I'm tir- Monday agreed to employ 1\

ley from rolling twenty-three ex- i -- New River have not yet been district here on "Is the Townsend 'I ed: of litigation. I want to get Immediately a farm agent ,'

press cars during the past seven I Eight formal announcements, University of Florida and at the turned into the supervisor.This Plan a friend" or enemy of old age 'down to business" "with special training In market- ..

days and seventeen Starke from large sending trucks five on I most of them from men who had!I present time is serving as. city at registration Is considered address pensions.will\ It be Is heard expected by a that record his I I Ing." r ifi, I N'I:',,f

cars and I already announced themselves!! as torney. heavy in view of the fact that on- The action was taken by the ?
markets. crowd because of the widespread 1 '
their way to northern toll however being likely candidates for office, Mr\ Green is a native! of Bradford ly new residents, those who have TEACHER PAYGUARANTEED I board at the request of a large del i
weather took Its Interest In the subject.The ,
who
Bad:! I and for has Just come of age, or those
list many years from
and the this week added to the growing County Jacksonville man's letter to I egntlon the local Business r
In a financial way associated with livestock interests have never registered before are ? ,
been Men's
Club and
to the growerhere of office seekers who are placing Mr. Green said In part: a number of far- f
average price paid estimated at I their fate in the hands of the vot- I here. Recently he was em- the only ones who have to registerin "You are perhaps aware that 1 I BUS DRIVERS TO BE mers who stated that such a market }
week was
this by the WPA to head the this county. PAID OUT OF Is "the t '
I ers on June 2. ployed only salvation of thiscounty"
low was reached have announced and qualified to
nt cents a pint. A work In this The books will remain open In Mr.Wall's .
control
and Tuesday when Those announcing are: E. K. screw worm SO. succeed you, and in my platform SAME FUNDAt and that they would have Y
Monday Perryman for re-election as coun- county. Mr. Green is thirty-six office through April to "give up" unless a means of disposing -
and substantialold
reasonable
rime fruit brought only $1.75: per old and has never before run Poll taxes must be paid not later favor the Monday meeting of the
market Is ty judge; T. Frank Landrum for years but the of their products at a profit i
pensions
The break In the age oppose Board resolution was
crate. office. than May 10. School a
for
Charley E. Johns public was made available.
county judge;
fruit following Townsend Plan believing that it
to low quality that the unused
attributed forthcoming this week wasa passed providing 4 I
Also
for state senator; Nelson T. Green rather than aid the Under the this y
and a few will defeat arrangement
wet spell fund
the teacher
the of salary
for sheriff C. C. Butler for rep. statement from Barney E. Mc- J. D. BAXTER portion a
will remedy the ; cause. county will pay about $73: per
of sunshine remaining at the end of the year '
would be candidatefor
days resentative L. L. Conner for reelection Rae that he a I '
somewhat It Is believed. ; DIESWAS In the to of month on the agent's salary, the
iituatlon the office of superintendent of "Our opponents race should be used for the payment '
look forward as county commissioner; remainder to be paid by the Fed- ; ;,
made statement
Growers here can Instruction Mr. McRae is date have no public bus drivers. i
I J. M. Rosier for re-election as public eral the Extension ; j' 1
of continued FARMEROF government through -
at least three weeks PPROMINENT as to their position on the sufficient
to commissioner and W. M. a native of this county and is now The resolution stated that
since latest reports county ; BROOKER Townsend Plan, and the Indicationsare Division In Gainesville. Officials -
shipping I commission employed as bookkeeper at the funds were on hand or In
Edwards for county there have been advised on
that state SECTIONJ. will be takenon
From North Carolina say State Farm. He has had many that no position view to pay teachers In full for the '

will not begin moving 1. fruit Recentcold in I er.The only names In the group new years of business and teaching ex- D. Baxter, 64, prominent far- It by them. Issue Accordingly in the ,cam-the current year but that the twelve an thif agent special here requirement and it Is desired believed of b'that
before May only clear cut
cent of the fund
half
quantity the are those perience.The Brooker section, died and a per '
In county the
to politics mer of within a short while one will t
has damaged be between and I
weather there announcements this week paign seems to you allotted would be Insufficient .
of Mr. Landrum and Mr. Green. Wednesday at his home there. Fu- regularly be on the Job ready to work with
forty per cent In the I I me, and on this question. I believe of
the: crop the total to twenty-nine men for payment transportation 1
is attorneyand bring held Thursdayand
a were
The former young neral services!! better local Interests in the promotion ofa
would be to the -
and twentyfiveper that it
Rosehill section either formally or tRIll me board ,
native of Citrus County who who have stated were conducted by the Rev. G. costs in doing farmers' market here. .
cent around Chadburn. it Is reported would be enlightenment of the elector. that no part of theteachers'
law In Starke Informally that they assisted the Rev. guaranteed
has been practicing E. McGauley, by
and I The action of the commissionersIn
district if
ate of this
you
for offices in the June salaries will remain unpaid -
candidates
of He is a Interment was In
number Norris
for L.
a years. G.
would enter into a series of Joint this matter was enthusiastically t'
According to the Plant City I. of the law school at the 2 primary. under the direction at the end of the year. '
graduate Dedan Cemetery +
that the discussions of the Townsend Plan, : received by members of the Business -
indications are : received from
Courier of the Wilson Funeral Home, A petition was '
and I as Its Men's Club who have been at
wound I you as Its proponent
eascu will be definitely up consolidated District 14 calling for
!Y'IIJ...Jwyerg, !! Lake City. >m opponent I l dissolve the districton I work for weeks !in an effort to secure il.
tlun,tale-as.-r, +,! ASSESSORSAYSHe JURY FREESNegro John Daniels! Baxter was born le an election to
aid that Wednesday would be "I accordingly Invite you to join May 6. a market here. They were ,
Ga.. but while
In that Clearce County, In series of public debates on told! by state officials, however, ,1
of activity me a '
their last day New
understood that After still a young boy he moved to the the Townsend Plan. I am releasingthis I An election was called for that It would be necessary to em- ;
section. It Is Found i
where he grew to River District 12 on May 12 for
to low Brooker vicinity Invitation to the and ploy a farm agent In this county..
as press
prices there have dropped married. He was a the of electing trusses and
manhood and purpose t
I the first step towards realizing a
of to likewise so release -
as four cents a pint. In spite Baptist will expect you mlllnge for the> year. Man.
Missionary setting
member of the such
a project.
SHOOTING
getting off to a bad start the TAX BOOKS 0. K. RENO Church. your reply. agers will be E. L. Kelly, C. C.

Plant City section has shippedmore I Butler, Jim Thomas and E. A. The business' men brought to the :' ,
than thirteen million pints of He is survived by his widow, I attention of the board the fact I

fruit this Mrs. Laura Baxter, and seven children PORTER Sapp, clerk. that any raise In the county tax ;'F'',

season. in RUMOR HAYES LEFT JERRY PARKS DIES : Mrs. Edna Crews, BrookerJ SPOKE HERECONGRESSIONAL J. E. Brown was allowed $10 for levy made necessary by the employment '

Louisiana is now coming THEM "IN MIX-UP" AS RESULT OF P. and W. G. Baxter, Brooker; extra expense Incurred on his bus of an agent would weigh,

strong with ninety-three cars re- IS DENIEDTax WOUNDSJerry N. E. Baxter, Gainesville; T. J. and CANDIDATE route because of bad road conditions heaviest against buslnses property

ported out of that state Mondayand H. N. Baxter. Jacksonville; and OUTLINES PLATFORMTO \. since most farms are now free ,

forty-three Tuesday.An Assessor N. D. Wainwright Parks, negro., died Wednesday W. H. Baxter, Birmingham, Ala. HEARERS --..-- from taxation under the Homestead '

epidemic of blues overtook yesterday denied rumors that he morning as a result of RED CROSS Exemption Amendment.Theyare ''
here on Thursday of last wounds received Sunday from a'' Wm. J. Porter judge of the
growers found the tax books of this countyIn COUNCIL I willing to share this added burden I''
week when skies darkened and a "quite a mix-up" when he reentered pistol in the hands of Bill Eastman criminal court of record In Duval APPEALSCONTRIBUTIONS however, the business men + I';'

torrent of rain began falling. This the office after the four another negro. A coroner's APPROVES CUT County and candidate for Congress said, In order to bring about a t i'

was evidently Florida's share of years term served by E. W. Hayes. jury late Wednesday afternoon ab from thla district, made a street I ASKED project that they feel sure la for r .

the storms that have been whip His statement was made at the re solved Eastman from blame, returning LIGHT RATE NOW UP corner address here late Saturday FOR FLOODSUFFERERS the best Interest of the entire f ,i

ping other southern states, taking quest of Mr. Hayes who sent the a verdict of justifiable TO BOARD BONDTRUSTEES afternoon In the business district. county

hundreds of lives and costing millions letter homoclde. Porter was not on a
assessor the following : Judge
Mrs. N. D. Walnwrlght, chairman All farmers present at the
of dollars in property dam. Florida, The shooting occurred In a small speaking tour but drove here specially enthusiastic r
Starke Council at its meeting of the Bradford County Red meeting were over
age. However cool and cloudy The City talk to, '
the April 8. 1936. room adjoining Sapp's store In Tuesday night agreed to a reduc' to make his first Cross Chapter, has received repeated the prospect of a market here, ;
followed
weather immediately Reno, which Is used by colored Bradford County voters. His national headquarters although most of them said they
rate to "big from
of Hon. N. D. Wainwright tlon In the power appeals
rain and prevented the have rotting been Tax Assessor, Bradford County. merrymakers for dancing and eat. users" on all current over 100 kll speech had not been previously an for funds relief of suf. would not be In favor of hiring a r 4 ; z
much would
fruit that
Dear Sir: ing. Eastman rents the room and, owatta. Under the new arrange nounced. ferers from floods and storms that farm agent merely to tell them t,'. : i
lost in its deadly
had a hot sun got circulated according to witnesses!! shot Parks ment, if accepted, the first IOC After enlarging on the planks In have ravaged the eastern states how to plant corn and sweet po 1
work As It farmers reported There Is a report being
was, some when the
In the body "
several times Porter was
his platform Judge tatoes. They approved, however
kilowatts will coat the consume from New England to Georgia.Mrs. a
third of their sections of the County a
loss of in some .
a a disturbance In the
latter created a Warren Jacksonville r
100 will be at the followed by Fuller the employment of one specially ,
and all over
berries succeeded me in office $9.50 Walnwrlght urges everyonewho
week-end. when
the that
over you place and ended by kicking downa who accompaniedthe trained In c cOne
kilowatt. attorney marketing practice l'
Thursday's blow caused some as Tax Assessor In 1933 you rate of four cents per can possibly give for thla relief
door. Its approval the candidate here and made a said that the need '
recordsIn After giving Contributionsmay grower
more pessimistic growers to pre. found the Tax Assessor's work to do so.
dirt that "the berry season Is quite a mix-up and that It took R. C. Edwards, colored was Injured council referred the matter to the short speech In favor of his can be left with F. F. Stump at of a market here la demonstratedby .' I

over;' but their fears have been you some time to get them straight In the leg by a stray bullet. City Bond Trustees who failed to. didacy. the poatofflce, at the Bank of the fact that almost any time

meet at their regular time Wednesday Bradford Coun visit the Jacksonville market
allayed by an improvement In the again. Starke or at the you j
became evident Crawford Home BurnedThe night The trustees however RALLY Telegraph.The you can see several trucks with ,.e +
quality of fruit that I Will you please for the sake of ty
early this week. It la now believed and for the benefit of the had once before approved a Red Cross Is continuing Its Bradford County produce In stalls t '
that this will have i justice home of Zary Crawford, who reduction,and It If believed they AT RAIFORDBIG flood sufferersIn there He said that employees of ; ; '
county state whether or not you relief work among
public, lives a few miles west of town, will sanction the new rate at their the market stated that at a certain -
three more weeks of good shipping<hough found the records mixed up or if fire GETTOGETHERTO the New England states, New .
was completely destroyed by next meeting. time of the year the Jacksonville r 1111"
nothing exceptionallyfancy and turned Pennsylvania, Marylll.nd.Weat
were correctly kept York,
they A few of the house BE HELD j
last Friday. p \ platform depends almost entirely -
in the of prices Is ex. In Ohio. Indiana and !
good shape.
way to Virginia
over you hold furnishings were saved Mr. a APRIL 24 on truck carried to that : '
pected. I Bi More recently, however,
Thanking you am I Kentucky.
The this Crawford is employed on the courthouse W. Baker Lake, have been announced fora have hit several south. point from this county. Using the ll
total movement from Yours very truly addition and waa at his work Mr. and Mrs. T. Plans tornadoes Jacksonville market Is expensive I
is estimated March 27, political rally to be held at states taking a toll of more
county thus big
.
far this season E. W. Hayes.Mr. when the fire occurred. Other Geneva, boy J ern both In transportation and In stall
at 1.357,601 pints with a working Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Matchett,,,, Raiford on Friday, April 24. It Is than 300 lives and causing untold '
Wainwright's reply. was as members of the family were announcedfor suffering fees, and many small farmer. here
return March 28. first get-together damage. States 1
to of $98,310.00WHITE boy the property
growers the house. The Hampton .
follows: In the field near cannot afford this method of disposing ,
Mrs. W. M. Newman this section and will attract a from tornadoes are Georgia,
and
,,
Starke, Fla.April fire Is believed to have resulted Starke Mr. boy. April 1. 'large number of state and county North and South Carolina, Alabama of their products, it was tt}
Crawford
from a faulty flue. Mr. stated.It .
MAN 9. 1936. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crosby, candidates.The Mississippi and Tennessee.

SHOOTS NEGROWARD lit E. W. Hayes will rebuild In the. near future. Starke, boy, April 3. speaking will begin at 2:30: Is planned to go forward with. :.

City Russell Judd,, and the arrangements for the market lea ,
for Mr. and Mrs.\ o'clock In the afternoon Six Berries Cap CupA
Bees have a special liking
and It is to have
hoped
Dear Sir: Starke, boy, April 7. celebration will continue until mediately '1
HAS BEEN ARRESTEDON blue-colored flowers. fine pint of strawberries was the time sum- i
of It In operation by
your
I acknowledge receipt A chicken supperI
SIMILAR CHARGE 10:30: at night presented to the Telegraph Thur..1day .
matured. M
of the 8th inst. requesting to be mer crops are
ap- ,
BEFORE, IT is SAID letter will be served, proceeds by Clayton Strickland. They
I state condition of tax records of the new Other BmliwiM
that I piled on construction him and his father
Ralelght Ward is In Jail here i when turned over to me by Stores Cooperating "Lucky Days"Here I Baptist Church at Raiford. were grown by at Kingsley Lake. Albert Hartman, proprietor of ,
their place
ebarged with Stany. at the beginning of my present 'on The Spotlight, appeared before the .J. ,
James
shooting I of
you the "LUCKY DAY" stores that are working together According to W. K. Jenkins j The berries were so large that it
"* to advise> that I are board in the Interest of a local op-
young negro, In the leg with a term. Beg '
those organizing
I :SO Freeeach Saturday. Ask today Raiford, one of I II required only six of them to cap I
AS calibre pistol at Stanley home found practically all land descriptions to give their customers $ celebration Fred Cone and that tion election on the sale of IntoxIcating I
the and proved
Dear Brooker Sunday night. Of U- : calculations, etc., correct, at any of these places and they will explain the rules. I> Judge Raleigh Petteway, candidates -I In the spite pint of cup recent they bad weather the liquor in this county to beheld '

acre stated yesterday that they had and the mechanical makeup of and "Buddy"Bishop In connection with the June 2 ?
Store for governor strawberry crop here will producS'plenty 9
not yet been able to determine the your books excellent. Tip Top Grocery Sternberg' '! candidate for Commissioner of good quality strawberries primary. The matter was referred 1 t

caUse of the shooting. Anyone interested can find a Hart Furniture Co. Joe Slstrunk's Service Station of Agriculture, have tentatively I to the county attorney and was ,

The *' "**'. l leg was badly torn copy: of each year's book made by Stump's Store Denmark Furniture Co. accepted Invitations. It Is believeda yet. laid over for further consideration. f

by the bullet and was broken In you flied in the clerk's office, open Bradford Hardware Co. Magnolia Fish MarketJacobs' number of state candidates will The following persons were add

J two Places, but his condition was, to the public. They speak for Hayes Service Station be present during the day. Taylor Body Shipped ed to the pauper roll with the b '
reported best evl- Store funeral dlrec- monthly allowance as set after r'
themselves and are the DeWitt C. Jones
was stated t fig Ward had ience of your efficiency as a tax Canova's Pharmacy Green'a StoreJ. j tor: announced this week that the ach name: Mrs. Seleta Coleman is. ;
****! Mitchell's Drug Store I General Here J. H. Ralney, 1.50: : W. T.
J part of a three year en- assessor. M. Alvarez Attorney I jody of the Rev. F. M. Taylor 12; f ,

::ce In the State Farm on a slm- These statements have no political Slatrunk's Feed Seed Light Service StationSmith's !I Attorney General Cary D, Lan- who died recenUy In Hampton, was Turner, $3; Tom Wasdln W,W$3;Coleman Mr. I

Jjw charge, but had been pardon. significance on my part but S. R. John & Sons die was a visitor here Wednesday iblpped to Bellefontalne. Ohio, on Bella Parmenter. $3; of Mrs.
Garage : : The name
$2,50
.
funeral
29 the
March day
ire made in the Interest of fall'play. Store Smith' Service Station afternoon in the Interest of hut Sunday, anna Ster ricks, deceased wa
The Quality for re-election to this icrvicea were held. 1;
Station Stern's Garage candidacy itricken from the pauper roll and
Bank Closed Today New Deal Service office. Mr. Land made many new .'
her
for
Yours truly. public schools appropriated
Service Station The SpoUightAlexander while here and Moat In Sweden (7.30( was i
The of N. D. Walnwrlght. West Side. acquaintances burial l ): ;:
will not equipped with bathtubs. expenses
top Club. ire
open tans ,. Company spoke before the Woman's I
>l Good Friillut Tax Assessor.Bradford l Y rlet'
da 7, a legal holiday. County. ii ?

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1 Thomas were business visitors In SAXTON NOTICE OP A pp.KOR .. -
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a; BRANCH RISING BROOKER SUNNY BROOK FARM TAX nkRllNOTICEeaIS tlln,
Con..tW. '
'{ Brooker Saturday atternoon.Bradley Mr W. A. Tyler '
'J p' ,I Mia.. Elizabeth: llurniige. Cor. "Ills Edna Vwl, Correapondeni t t Mltr Gulney, Correspondent :Sir. O. E. Crosby, CorrespondentWe NiF IFaI: II
Holder spent the week- R. Swanbom who la employedIn That A. P. illrlnlf t" 01'i ""tFY

ii ,.of Mlaa Ella Mae Sapp spent Wednesday Mrs. Thelma Turner and daughter Miss Mildred Morgan Is spendinga are glad to welcome Mr. and end In Starke with relatives and Ft. Myers spent the week-end day rtlrtcate of AUlrU811 No A.6Z2 D i--'I,', .'" "

: ':t[ night at Sampson City wttt I Freeter of Plant City, are few days here as guest of Mr. Mrs. Everett Norman and family friends here with his family. 8ame In my office and. |I',11"i,:",,: ,h":nyt'

:'. Vernle Phillips. upending several days with her and Mrs O B. Colsen.Mr. back to our community aftera Mrs. J. L. Brantley and baby Hued Plication for a tax ,,1..1. ," ",I.is
of Brooker ,, -I
Hazel ,
( Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Unclorhlll. Miss Crosby I' -
n:1 )'i\ Mr. and Mra. J. S .Norman oi parents. and Mrs H. B. Crosby and several months: absence. They was the guest of her cousins Miss were visiting her sister Mrs. W. arty bracen In the the following all",, "?h..1"'", .':.
a County '''|
of last week.
were formerly of Plant City.A. A. Tyler, Friday 'IhAlr1
i If Lawtey were the guests of Mr W. children Betty and Elaine and es! Betty and Doris Crosby this State of Florida toNorthWent ? '' !
and Bill Slder and Mrs.
: Mrs. J S. Sapp Sunday afternoon Paul Mr. and Mrs. L B. Crosby and H. Johns and Rob Cone of week-end. Mrs. W. R. Swanbom and son, Quart..,r ..' ..
1. P. Wh ston and Miss Mary Roberts East '''th.>
Quarter.
,i'' t Miss Gladys Knight was vlaitx! of Pickney. Michigan are son. Wright spent part of last Starke were vUitlng here Sunday. Miss EIna Conner of Vanderbilt Arthur, spent Saturday afternoonin N"rth.Ea"t Cornet etH. |11I ant,,, ,, ''I.' I.>
,. Ing Mills Bertlce Norman Sunday week in Greensboro. Mrs. Raiford Brown, Nlta and was visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Baldwin. acre for road Section V"I"0'' '
spending several weeks bere. hip T ,. !V IL'T'"i II.>
South. Ran
afternon. Mr and Mrs. Martin Oliver of Miss Pauline Brannen of Lake Donald Kelly Mlaa' Mabel Parrish Kelly here Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Joe Starling of Clay Coun- lamina- *g acres mor* ,. .,>.,: ."."'.
Miss Evelyn Conner of Starke Plant City are spending\ a few Butler la spending this week hereas of Plant City.. were visiting1 rela- ty, is visiting her son and daugh- The asBOHBment of th. .1 I''I I"",*

pent Wednesday night with her weeks with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Con- guest of her grandparents, Mr. tives here this'week-end. TtETIIEL ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. B. Starl- waa ty under In the the eeofpt'nk' '"/, ,'.|lor'"'"'"M"

grandparents Mr. and Mrs. J. S. and Mrs H. P. Cainey. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ward and Mrs. Ralph Oalney, CorrespondentMrs. !' ing.Elbert .Un I.... said rtlflcat.". 'u.V] ,..
Sapp. ner.Mr.. and Mrs Whesley Herney Mr. and Mrs.\, W D. Webb and baby and Mary Ella and Robert Tyler was visiting Albert deemed arty described according: to law Vi,'Itx pro*.
Mr and Mrs. F. S. with Ward spent the week-end in Georgia F. R. Coleman and children Brown of Doublerun, the highest therein, i,", t I,? "'' f,
Sapp were nil children, of Jacksonville were children spent last week-end Sunday.O. blddei .u. ,Y I,,,.. ,"I t' ,
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shaw friends and relatives In Jacksonville visiting relatives.Mr. were visiting R. L. Lee and famIly house door on the f ", t' u't
I quests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Nelson was a business via the month of June. Ill" '&) I I'1,
at the State Farm Sunday. H. Lewis. and lira. L A. Crosby are Sunday. itor to Starke Saturday thDateddthis I "I"I" b i

Mlaa Bernice Stanley of Starke. Mrs. David Paulk, of Densmore Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sowella of receiving congratulations on the, Steve Carter was visiting Eu- Bert Rewis, of Starke, waa a A. J. 7th THOMAS dcVI',i \,,"," '"I,
pent the week-end with Melba Micanopy spent last Sunday here arrival of a son, born April 3. gene Lee and family Sunday. visitor to this Clerk of I.'lr'\lp' ,
with her I community Sunday.
spent Thursday parents R. L. m"(
demons.Mra. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Driggers of Col Gltsson wall visiting of Bradford POU,",,"
Mrs. I"
\ as guests of her mother Sally 'IbJ
Mr and Mrs Walter Underhill.
Lake Butler, were visiting Mr. Lee and family, Sunday. '--
T N. Norman and daughters Mrs. Anna Zummo and son, Angelo Mott. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly here Sunday. Mrs. Cynthia Lee and son, Tom, J 41

Helen and Dorothy, were vls- have returned to their homeIn Mnllie and Phillip Crosby and They were accompanied home by were visiting R. L. Lee and family 1 This eadudw
lUng Mr. and Mrs. H. M. MrRae Jack Larramore, of St. r ht.
Pittsburgh Pa., after spending Petersburg Mrs Kelly and baby who will re- Sunday. p C.nd.KM, |In, m, ,,
1 Sunday afternoon.Mr. overal months with her son-in- spent lust week here as guests of main for a two weeks visit with Miss Eliza Harrell has returnedto .ald.nf.M peay,

and Mrs. J. F. Shaw and law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. the former's grandparents Mr. her parents. her home in Lake City after I. sal .,,,..rqaI
children of the State Farm were David and Mrs. P. A. Crosby and other Mr. her a I Ia
." Ross and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and spending several weeks with
i fi visiting Mr and Mrs. Felix Sapp Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Edwards and relatives and friends. children were visiting her parents, sister, Mrs. Ralph Galney. I9

Wednesday night. I I .little son Wayne spent Saturday Steve Brannen/ and Airs Josephine Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Johns, at New A large. crowd attended the par-

d W H. Carter Is visiting relativesat night with Mrs. Edwards' parents, Stuart of Lake Butler, mo- River Sunday. ty given by Mr. and Mrs. Ralph i

J Flora Home and Palatka. I Mr. and Mrs. Walter Underhill tored here Saturday. They were Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Conner of Gainey Saturday night and every-

accompanied home by Mrs. Bran- Starke, spent Thursday night here body reported a good time.
Mis. K::. J. Lewis has returned to
nen who had been spending the with her mother. Mrs, Beulah .
MONEY FOR S.\LE
her home here after spending several -
,' For Future week here as guest of her sister Kelly. New Yorkers spend $3,000 daily
Delivery weeks irt Ft. Myers and Plant I I .
I Mrs. J J. Morgan. Miss Mona Brown and Junior In telephoning for correct time.
j II. T. HAM.IK.., Agent City with relatives. t..T.
1 1 :' TUB PENINSULAR LIFE ,, Gordon Hammh, of Atlanta, Ga, :
',ph ::1 i'' Offlro l.y Starke HotelStarke .Is spending several days with :Mr. HAMPTON I I
and Mrs. II. H. Lewis. MH' Ada \lntmo. Correspondent.
Florida IS TOWNSEND PLAN
Mr. and Mrs. Ortan Earnhardt *
!:k
1 ,, Rev. W. T. uire. who has
and children of Plant City were Is "
'T'HIS refrigerator designed
been ill with Influenza, has
I guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. very FRIEND OR ENEMY OF + especially for home in the
Would Protect People'sRights a hoste of friends here who are I
Bert Shaw. country It keeps foods fresh,
glad to learn that he Is Improvingat freezes !Ice and
cubes, makes
,; s, and State Assets Sunday Mr and with Mrs.Mr.W and C. Conner Mrs. Frazier spent this date. OLD AGE PENSIONS? frozen desserts,by burning just

') Rev. Q. E. Cutshaw will preachat a little kerosene each day!l
l'
Shaw of the State Farm.
f' 'i'J '.r; the Baptist Church next Sun- and =-
t Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Crosby and tight It l.sv.It
I ,'",','t, children, Misses Vera Lee and day morning and evening. AU you have to do Is touch a

:'j : Irene Lewis were visiting relativesand Marvin! ; Blrt, who has been for HEAR match to the burners..You don't
several months In Louisiana even have to bother about turn-
,
friends In Theresaa recently. returned -
ij New ModelsOffer
k
; ing them off.In about two hours
I W. ( ,h1,\ Miss Frances Wheatley returned to his home here last Mon-
they go out automatically. Many Improvements'
0I '. 'h, to her home Tuesday In Water- day.Miss LESTER you get 24 hours or more ofrefrigeration Today's models are the 4j"elt
, I I r.l'\ ,' ,.''I'' town after spending several days Frances Taylor has returned \W. JENNINGSCandidate with this on.iiht- ever buile.They offer adjuiubU
'1', ,' ''I I with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner. to her home here after a visit ing. The short burning time shelves ample ice capacity and

\ Mrs. Newon Mott and children with her aunt. Miss May Griff, of gives you MM/rrw refrigeration more usable food storage space.
;' returned to their home in Brooker Jacksonville.The in its most economical form. And the design and finals ol the

Ii, ? after spending the first part of the large rooming house near for Representative in Mad by a ReiponiibU Company cabinet are entirely different Iti

( Ak' 4 week with her mother, Mrs. E. J. the depot, owned by O. Haynes, The Superfex Refrigerator Is symmetrical; lines and buutlfulmade

d 'L } Lewis. caught fire last Sunday during the by the same company cream.whlte.finub make it a
that makes{ the famous line of piece of equipment you alnayi
\o'n<'MIn noon hour. Help was secured and Perfection Stoves and Ranges.will be {proud to have in our
It the Pntinty "Jutl"'..'. Court of the fire was extinguished without CONGRESSDiscuss Its dependability has been l kitchen.Telephone or..write for
; Bradford County Florliln
tJ& IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATEOF having done very much damage. It prove Jin thousands of homes free home demonstration and
.,j'' '. !MILOItKO' STHODK. d"<-<>aiied.NdTIfH : caught from the kitchen flue -and by more than eight years full detail about our easy piy-
I II ( OK I INTENTION FINAL TO Mr. and Mrs. Ira Brown of of dependable service to users. meat plan.
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
II IHHrHAKOK 1 ( TO ALL WHOM IT Gainesville, were the guests of This and Other Vital Federal Issues

I. SAMUEL W. GETZENCandidate !MAT Notice fONl'KUN.In. hereby: given. that I have Mrs. Brown's mother, Mrs. W. P. A. B. CLARKLAKE :
.3 for Blrt, recently. '
I 11 I flied my final report an admlnUtrarlx A'
. '{ STATE TREASURER of the mate of Mildred, Strode. CITY FLORIDAfie
deceased. and have filed my p. tlIOM I'I'I'I.J OP mini\KT.K STARKEIn
2 It his platform, Mr. Getzen for final discharge, and that I Iwill Notice l I. hereby "given" that I have .JI-I. .f a..Jdy
3 k' states, "A. State Treasurer and a apply I to the L'ounty; Judge of riled my Final Report an Adminis
P ti. member of the various Bradford" County Florida for appro. trate of the Estate of Henry Clay Business District
constitutional
THE OIL BURNINGREFRIGERATOR
val of the came and for final din- ana application for oHxrhHrfro''' and
State Boards, I shall strictly charge an nuth ntlmlnlxtratrlx, on on the Cud day. of May mat*, will SUPERFEX
7 t enforce laws for protection of 110 the 34th. day of April I'.Md.Pauline : apply to the Honorable E. K. Perry 4 P. M. SATURDAY APRIL
t't people and the assets of the State rt, Strode n. AdmlnlBtrailx limn.. County Judge ot Bradford 11, 1936
4 of Florida." I of the Estate of Mildred Strode: l aunty. Florida for FinAl Dlxcharne..
Paid Political Adv. ,B-3-41-5-Z4 Ie' ,'p"I. f.IO-ft-S-1 IULA. Ht Sr\OW. .M A 'IOOUCT O' IR'ICTION 1TOVI COMPACT

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EDITORIALS Senior And Kid Class Day Picnic SCHOOL DAYS 'By DW1GSalesmanship I Seniors To Give j Good Program GivenIn


R.C.A. PhonographTo I Grammar ChapelIn

; to the But Interest; .1 Complete SuccessSenior C\Me5\ t' atE@ y Alma Mater $

Jfcvotwl BtT) 'l ERt SGeNUVilNE A { l'\te N4 Ow) _. Elementary Chapel I last ;

I I\R.\VFORD HIGH SCHOOL Kid Day and the senior fOR )'jtQO1bDt1CPPClL Thursday morning the second i
\ OMI One of the senior quests, the ; t
picnic last Friday, were two of the Ne\llf D06posT
Patrons, and Alumna \bo11N'.. UP Tl-'eREJ DtA noS'S! phonograph arrived and was viewed grade presented "When I Grow
Inftat*, greatest successes the senior class ealE\le He'S AN I "
by the senior class. Up, A poem-song from one of j
!'IS
ever enjoyed. DRtAKS\
--' EDITORIAL STAFFdltor.ln.chlef. drlt.() .liD The phonograph Is the electric i Shirley Temple's late pictures.

.."_A.. W. der on Students coming to school stopped -. .. .. ,',. CNntH, To fll't$) our.N pick-up type with a powerful three I Little Merry Beth Knight. dressed 'f

EditorDorothyEditorMarjorie White and started In amazement at : I.. J tube amplifier and electric motivated as a girl sixteen years' of age recited ,.
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xiety the babies" !
Marwick "big they saw walk .. turntable. The> make la R. "When I'm Sixteen.: Then S ;

rary -----A, Z, Adkins, Jr ing around with suckers in their r; :-. C. A, Victor one of the finest Mistress! Hazel Field, dressed as a

ate Editor ReporterAlice Royster mouth. Kids in knickers, kids in e e I t made. bride of twenty-one recited "When t P;

X10 shorts, kids in dresses two feet .;. .
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I'm One. Little Miss
WluiamsREFLECTIONS Twenty
ReporterEunice ., \.,. ... | The class obtained the phono-
ode .. .. .... ;.;,
long, red white, blue, black- .. ..-..' t. graph through the courtesy of Mr. Evelyn Newsome (dressed as a n 4
clothes of every description and :'" ., II grandmother) recited "When I '
Powell The school has
s Carpenter
color were to be seen. a, .... t'roW1 cc*. Grow Old". Then the three and
.I about three hundred records In a
In a chapel program. John God- R""S" it b ORit' BOTALta03T filing cabinet so there will be no a chorus, sang the song "When I ,'
win and t'lRS. HIRK I Grow Up." The little act was excellently i
"Honesty)! is the best policy"d Midge Marwick were vot- Il'flb' i e M6o'S lack of playing material.
ed the best dressed and after 1HetItT prepared and finely pre-
who should chapel ppr44 .
pay
.- we have some \Q\ o I .r I e llll1t.t'OISEa \ The phonograph can be lined' In
I' sented. V 4
heir premiums. the children sang, yelled and I ij C"T ,....0St4QmS" typing, for teaching music appreciation j,
visited the lower grades just to t rtc. "A Child's Hymn," was ung by '
beautiful"We show the elementary departmentthat I ,b'. Mt" Se5 Hirt chapel programs everyone and the Lord's Prayerand ;
Is always
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-The truth t'ORNSI\X" I f1t1f The seniors In their inspectionmeeting
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wonder If the famous man the first and second graders .."" > g' w,1N the Flag Salute was snl i byway F''
r "tp6e also voted to have the velvet
said thai ever worked a Geom- weren't the only kids in school. ., ol ..'." ; Fu, +T 'tRONy I of a devotional ',
ho N stage curtain cleaned The
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? Then the undignified seniors piled ""'- \L '-a : Next was a short talk by Rev.y a
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(try) proposition '''''' \. : Starke Dry Cleaners will do the ;
into cars and drove to the Y. j '''''\" C' sV T.Iltj :ll job. B. M, Montgomery about Good Fri w ,

"Love is blind"-Maybe that's M. C. A Camp Immokalee, near l f' 1.4'V IRON) ,. __ ._ _,?, day. He chose his text from St. ;;fi ,

here are always Mark 15: and then explained
by some people Keystone Heights where they bad I SENIOR EXAMINATIONS whywe

limping Into each other. been invited by Marjorie Marwick, ",...'1"'......"",' rr er TO DE HEU) NEXT UEK.K I cull Good Friday Good Friday e,

senior vice-president, whose parents #, : f 1t.I' 1 The majority of senior examinations / Then the second grade sang, l

"Every cloud has a sliver lining." have charge of the camp. ,,f" .1J 1 t h:,: will be held next Wednesday I "Animal Crackers In My Soup,"

could see some silver on ,'1' and In conclusion Mr. Gray made J
ib we There was tennis, boating, swimming i Il1 and Thursday.This
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hue clouds of examination sunning, Jump-boards, music t' 'In F 4a..... Is done to prevent "last I announcements .. ,
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and every sport one could wish minute rushes" because during the'

"If first you don't succeed, try, for At twelve, lunch was served y. last week of school the seniors are Junior-Senior PartyVili 1 s

rj again" because there's al- -and such a lunch: Cold drinks, \ r: always very busy with graduation \' Be Given Friday

,aya summer school, you) know.A ten varieties of sandwiches, cake, activities. I ,

W Anderson, Jr. crackers, pickles, salad, and ev- .... .--ft' I
ft" ,.. Among the most important ex- \ }'
---. aroundto. {WD So UP.1D r Next Friday night Is the nightof j i
erything else we didn't get l'-
Po p0ab .
aminations
\\EIU are English, HistoryIV
PATRIOTISM eeD. the annual Junior-Senior party
? I J WOHpel\S
"Breathes there a man with soul ..:..... Ov4L," ':r. ;.:>e"I> and Geometry.. I{ The party I this year In a mesquer'k f i''
and
dead After lunch games sports ....r.:: \ ......- ------ ado and wit be held at the Wom ; + '
I so were again in order) and the kids I THINKS UK CAN 1)O UITIIOI'T'
Who never to himself has said, I I = an's Club at right o'clock p. m. 1
had their pictures taken. : yoOTPR\WTS\ Oti T.-.E Demerits.
... ../J-
This Is my own, my native ...... .. In addition to the juniors and S
tired .... ..r' School In the afternoon.A .
land' Finally about two-thirty, ...,....a. ,DtrIDS 0 F' T'tJI seniors the faculty and school

I patriotism just what Is pa. but happy, the seniors packed &,u.. Mir IIf-p.",I SlEepy loud-xppakcr In each room board will be Invited. (t
themselves in their cars and after"thankyou's" TON16H9 t s while we have Mr Gray,
Brtoti m" Waving a flag on the and "goodbye's"went oe.. .Cl\1'\D5\ Out or \\ .0d MAxe\ So"a f\Of' uwO." Gosslpers. The junior class sent out poet! ; if
trz lOTs
north of July Shooting flre- i1 01IT\ $ Tr\E P'.OO.H., TRatl+ The rniney weuther. cal Invitations this week. They
home.
lorks on Washington's birthday? Bringing excuses to school. were attractively made of red and j
olng to war for the country? Nol! "The perfect end of a perfect white paper with blue writing and
"Are there other announcements -
J.'o. this Is not patriotism. day. Class Meet The SeniorsHere Seniors "Show Off"In ?" any held together with a red and black\ 7, ,

Patriotism true patriotism is Tired but happy In every way" Too committees. bow. They are In book form. '
Completes Projects Chapel Program many y..
working for and helping others, we are again folks readyto Algebra nnd Geometry. After the party the juniors will y;.

Carrying out one's duties as a cit- HONOR ROLL """-- bring to you the history storyof -.----.- .- escort their guests to midnight 7

zen helping the laws, voting, buy. The Salesmanship and Business Dorothy Claire Klckllter, Danie High school chapel was held last the elementary chapel program show at the Rita theatre. { t

ng American, promoting friend. Efficiency clas of Bradford County Bell Dunn, and lona Tillman. Friday morning and the main at- ( found elsewhere on this pR gel I -- .. .Jr,

feelings among other races and SEVENTH High School has just finished an Claire bade the world traction was the "Kid Day" contest Following this the "Kldn" ntll! or NOTICE SENIORS; ,

lions- -that Is true patriotism.Then Mary: Lorraine Stockwell, L'Etta Interesting and profitable project, Dorothy All the senior "Kids" got upon the stage, sung "School Days:
November 30, t4
good morning on Everyone is urged to for his
Corpening profitable from an educational as ) the atuge and "showed off" to "Bradford Will Shine Tonight." pay
to one's '
there Is patriotism 1913: at Loughman, Florida. She or her and and )
hoot! as well as to one's county well as a monetary standpoint. 'he audience, who cheered each "When Our Football Fellows Fall In caps gown diplomaas Y,
has attended school is KissimmeeWelaka soon as possible.
EIGHTH The project an original idea by cntentant as much as he deserved. Line," "Come On, Ole Bradford" .

Raymond Bitch, Emmett Ferryman Mr. J. H. Benson, teacher of the and Starke. Her favorite John Godwin won first placeor "The Music Goes Down and They should be paid for as soon } ,
Patriotism In our school would Norman Royaler, Arch Thorn subject Is bookkeeping and her the and as possible as there is but two 'i,
class was begun by the instructor boys Marjorie Mar- Round, "Wahoo, and "Sweet Adollne" -
Include doing our best, being good, as, Jr., Marie Andrews Margaret furnishing a Sc capital with hated one Is algebra Nick won first place for the girls. I were sung next by the entire more weeks of scrod ,

tag part in all activities, and Lowry, Jean Davis Marian Dowl- which to begin operations. The Dorothy likes to go to dancesand :: The assembly was further enter audience except "Sweet Adeline," Pay Mrs. Long, Mr. Carpenteror : '1+

*g -helping each other and ing, Jenelle Hutchings, Sumanda capital was given over to Madeline a certain brunette, whom we tained by two repeat numbers fro m which the seniors sang Alice Royster. t to
ur teachers.Are do not know but wished did. ''j
Dyal Mary Jane Judd, Alice Pet Crews and she was given Instruc- we -- t
a god patriot? No? bad habit Is late to
you Her being
erson, Juanlta Barefoot Margaret tions to Invest the capital and real '" eq
['ell then you should try to be. Manning Billy Jackson. W. H. school. Let me give you a hint q
ize a profit, be It ever so small.
A, W. Anderson, Jr. Norman, Ralph Rhodes, W. S. Rivers Dorothy Claire--"Get up 5 minutes

Silcox L. C. Smith, Hugh Madeline purchased two pencils earlier." How's that? Her favorite
Billy '
with the capital and retailed them s.165
SAFETYWe Is basket-ball ,
Doris Crews, Nettle Dowl- sport
Ingram
at 5c each, making a profit of Sc.
have been safetyrom
studying
ing, Irene Goodge, Grace Green, Dorothy Claire hopes to be a
The capital was now lOc.
many angles this year. One Caudle Hazen, Margaret Pearce, Spanish teacher.
if f them is scientific temperance, The company's capital was next
Thomas.
Ollie :Mae Dnale Bell Purin was born In
leaching. : given to W. N. Johns who also invested -

If we turn on the flash light of NINTH" in pencils and realized 1C, Clarksvlllc, Texas on January 2, tr l *" waW*' -
1019. She has been a moving girlIn
total abstinence from Intoxicatingrinks' making the capital lie. 11"'rl b.'U'
Flume Lorraine Hartman,
Clara her high school days-first at '
we light up a large safety Louree Phillips, Irene Yarborough. Grace Andrew was next trusted .
Pine Branch, Texas then to Honersville -
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Jme in which we all should stand Mellie Silcox, Geraldine Tillman. with the class's funds and Grace Missouri; Wildwood eintu i even sway bd''

f we expect to have healthy bod- I Invested in eggs and realized: a profit tjHOi :: p, +rcon'ot40
Florida Coleman, Florida. Hahlra, i.ec.\ to
%
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without
la nd,, minds nnd souls and be useful TENTH of) 4c, making the campany's Georgia; Bethany Georgia and ther .oscd, isT?; adY t
worthwhile in life. ,-
Lee Peek Edna Pearce, balance: 15c.Wilson : SO
Frances ,
Florida to her 0

To Starke help us W with C. T.this U.safety has placed studyHe Carol White, Margaret Hair May, the next person to to high Starke school, career. Her complete best liked! San }1u't.: tev l' e.sque.t. "i\\ and :: bUoY.r .
this ot
invest made 5c on dishes. is and she hates pinto atb"n ease
money subject Spanish g2, bat nose
uile lot of literature [W
up-to-date \ tb \
ELEVENTH The was now 20c. ; t 'u
IB! this nibject In our school; and Ar- capital science, she says ]OS'tt 1'oint bectestW:: nevet't tough',
Hilda Wyrick Ethel Taylor t i
l lao offered four cash prizes to the Albert Lee Crosby was the next Her two likes are fair weather SSJuV.-SS \ ioiove Y S ) ,'IeE
lout ,
Oleta Smith, Mar : 11.
unior and Senior High pupils lie Sponholtz, man to try his hand at investment and school. Her dislikes are false $ to 1 e.etaci: on uc [eatotes'atn9litude 1 r w
:: g
Judd. Ruby has
gie McMillan Lois He invested In men's socks conceited Dasle car : tan uality+ ,,
ho write the best essays on tem- Madeline I friends and people vet P benoab0rlmep sll \its ; ce'wer

*rance subjects.! Dampler.Louree Fugate, and made 10c, the largest profit Bell says her bad habit is sleepingtoo \0 wuck q with bleed doick erotm : i t

Miss Olive Ray.'We Crosby made so far and thus the com much. Her favorite sport in ,the keY aelio"{ true. t dayyliaakbbe oweSt Pttee and let )

always welcome outside TWELFTH pany's capital was brought to 30c. hiking and she hopes to become a CI14: Howl' tesp se woos O t hsyeoneo Cotne ,n afe.actton + 'l '

B'ntributlons). This capital was promptly Increased school teacher. beran t Do can O. :: 4tbe i4, ;
Davis
Louis -
Madeline Crews to 35c: by Arlie Sponnoltz who actingex .nn.. $1n ., ,
-. Hail, Lea Now for our most studious pupil gas, .tk-. yo bow
Dasle Bell Dunn Audrey the : :
TIFF realized a :5c profit on strawberries. ens of p putshut '
TO born '
PURCHASE ,Retta Jeffords, Dorothy C, Kick- lona Tillman, who was 1 gees .\\1\5b ot .ng, along ,, ''JI
JOURNALISM BOOKS!!! December 8, 1918, at Gainesville, f"II1)Owder. v
Marwick, Wilson IItreatn \ifbtnestlo ,a
t
liter, Marjorie ) .
Bernard Rosier made :5c In- attended schoolat ,. .f ,ijoste ;
by Florida. She has wboeel''gettiP
McGee .
Mott, Clara t'IC
Sue
May, Mary t
The itaff plato;; purchase a McMillan, Alice vetslng the 35c profit in chewing Arlington and Landon in Jacksonville thdlegwilh ''' lil' ci "rA '
Bill f
Lettie McGee, II" ,'''' iJ.t"iIlIIJt II
oiim md journalism books with Till gum and Raymond Plummer and and now Bradford High jJ94j;' *' ',
Iona
Marie Thede, .
Royster, I F! ,
sad stextra ;siest. ;
'he mane they have on hand from man, Ruth Tomlinson Dorothy 'William Edwards made 25c: profiton The subject she likes best Is chemistry sSfisa, B"II' IJt,fir" ,ed h M :j !

-oun.'Ie van ,'relegraph.i edition of the Bradford White, Elaine Wynn. the socks Salesmanship, making the Company total capitalof 65c. any she and hates.she says there are not \ ; 5 O\.IIil ihoutn,,,t"''' :'"" "III ,taad0rd: 'It.U'lt..!>>EI

[It tb'SootbY e oI'oJII''O'''' "( t
t and '
i IS olnnned to buy a dictionary Correction-Fifth Honor Roll The two cracked salesmen of the She likes music and art and dis- brakes ot a I Fit: OUlme t t'all ..

antnnvms and synonyms and Irene Hazen, Doris Prevatt, class, A. W. Anderson and Bill Mc- likes profanity and bad habits. Her hn ate slows s:[ neti9 illcl..J's SC ;islla }

ooks ,n creative writing. Kathleen Wilder. Millan, now took charge of the bad habit is expressing her opin- n the BIII r k ti rp Y pp y MG rr{ ,l oars 9 1 .u,, /

company's funds, and contrary to ions on anything too quickly, which dOW on "e\Vet. MONS L a/t6a ,. :
t tJ
I Claud Interesting Notes the general expectation, they madea Isn't such a bad one at times. Her a hand hv, ; AI Ika f1 tI I
Tompkins profit. It was the largest profit favorite sport Is bicycle riding.lona's '. '"" "

made by any of the salesmen. I ,
highest ambition Is to be .,
of the ,
Only two more issues They brought the company's I
capital
come a great Here's wishing J- 9
I B. H. S. Journal are In store. up to $1.10 an increase of 45c. you success surgeon.lona, from the \,, < ;

of this ..
The means profit was pop- senior class of 1936.
'
office is having a "pe '
1rwr
The post \ '
'
riod of prosperity" because the ped corn. Next week will conclude our .." __ '._,_',' _.' m '.o',, < : mxRegister -,
No one in the class dared to handle
Senior for this term.
seniors are mailing Invitations fast "Meet the
and furious. Have you received such a large capital as $1.10so Being last but not.least we'll bringto
it was now divided up. 15c was
lead Miss
? you the life by Mary
a yours : given to Eunice Williams and lOc Miss Hall.
I Wiggins, and Audrey
was given to Julia Tison, S. G.
Many familiar faces are back I I Also, one whom all of us know

from attacks of tbe "flu" I Denmark, Edward Bagwell Lucian well-but we will keep the name
again Alvarez, Rosa Mae Rawe, Rudolph
and I I a. a surprise for next week's paper 1 1Ff
mumps. ir.
Louis This
Andrews and Davis
be F 1
So readers with us again
.. .... I left a balance of 25c.: MadallneI
Until bid
Next week we'll let you In on I I Crews was appointed treasurer and next Friday. thenwe II
"The Senior's last Well and Testament you adieu! '
.war" I the company's surplus was turned s N
and the .
"Senior Prophecy" M B
over to her.Eunice .

"Senior Class History.. "- Invested In ice cream and Class Assembly

CA RDS-INVITATIONS made a lOc profit. Julia invested' Held Monday A. M. !$
The senior invitations and cards In socks and made :lc, S. G. In-

were received sometime during the vested in gum and made a profit of

week as nearly everyone bad paid lOc. Mr. Bagwell sold strawberries A called high school assembly
4 and made Sc. Lucian made was held last Monday morningand
his hers.Everyone .
for or is anxious to get 15c: : profit on a comb. Miss Rowe the Gaines family' of three,
very
invitations and cards In orderto went into the sourkraut business (father, mother, and son), who are A eiNIIAL MOTOR PKODUCT '

FOR his and made Sc.: Rudolph invested In string instrument teachers, played L,
them mailed as soon as poe-
CONGRESS"Send get a pipe and made a five cent prof. four number. for the audience.

sible. It and last but not least Dr. Davis One of the numbers was played on

made Sc on chewing gum. The a hand saw with a violin bow. The Motor Co.
of the sun near
a Business Men to The temperature _
profit eneded March 31. Gaines family are seeking to forma
its surface is about 6,009 centigrade
Congress. class here. Rates. are very reas-
made the
investments
Native degree.. These STARKE. FLORIDA
Floridian. company' capital stock worth onable.

Heavy handed out 165. The stock U now 33 times Th* school was shown the sen .
Reno, Nev.. courts
E penented Business the last greater than the original capital iors' electric phonograph In this .
Man during
divorces
13,500: of 17 in 15 assembly and Chopin's "Polonaisein WHt N, r' t,1.'tR'' 'l1 :tOM nt: $ t{ ( '
Sound Democrat. four years, at a net cost of $1,- 'which Is a turn over HHL.T. i8lU.CK. .WU.J; : UIL'D. THEret'
000,000. day. A profit 3300 per cent A". was played. ,_ "





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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TEUEGRAMI. STARKE, FLORIDA 1 _._ FRIDAY, APRIL lft,
I' __ __ ___ __ ___ ----- -__- J ID -.-. 1931Ladies'
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f r J W. M. U. Circles Miss Herring Addresses I Latimer ;To;;SpeakAt Honored On Birthday M.\ S. Study Cia!, ---

Met MondayThe Woman's Club Baptist Church Mrs. C A. Liddon, of Jacksonville The Woman's Miss, aitVV.

:I social Hugh F, Latimer recently appointed a former resident of Starke, ciety of the Methodist 'x,
l 'Jocietyj Circles of the Woman's Missionary Miss Gertrude Heerlng *
: Ij 1 Union of the Baptist welfare worker now stationed In Florida Baptist Brother- celebrated her 0th birthday Monday have a mission study ,, ?-, J

a Church met Monday April 0. Green Cove Springs, addressed the hood Secretary by the State Convention April 6. In honor of the oc- three-thirty, at the Church, "

f t(,,, .l Circle Number One was entertained Woman's Club here Wednesday at will speak at the Sunday casion her daughter, Mrs. George afternoons next week, April) i:'hl't,
1 at the home of Mr. and Mrs,, the regular monthly meeting on It,
evening worship service at the Mozo, entertained during the aft and 16. The book to be '
''. Auxiliary Easter Music At A. M. Darby, with Mrs. Darby and the subject Traditional of "Factor American Influencingthe Home"Miss First Baptist Church. Mr. Lati- ernoon with a tea, held at her "Toward a Christian stall" *
Mrs S. L. Peek as hostesses. There Amenca
Will Meet TuesdayThe Baptist ChurchThe were nine members and two vial- Heerlng ,in her pleasing mer Is not a minister but a layman home on Seventeenth Street. Morse Different Interesting ?
task of
'f giving his full time to the Among tbe guests invited to be i-& -
voice, gave the history of the will be
tors ers
present. heard
Ladle Auxiliary of the Baptist Church will have American home from the cabinof enlisting the men of the Baptlat with Mrs. Liddon were: Mrs. E, S. each day) super
Presbyterian Church will meet special Easter music at the services Mrs. L. O. Powell, leader of the the pioneer days to the log modern churches of the state to a more active Matthews and Dr. and Mr. H. B. Intended by Miss Olive HU\ As,
circle, was in charge of the meet. In church life leader "
small of the
participation McLendon and daughter class.
next Tuesday evening:, April 14, at next Sunday. At the morning American home of today. "The All 1I1f'l71belt
and led the devotional. The
Ing
and developmentThe
spiritual Jeanette of Starke.
8 o'clock at the home of Mr. and service the choir will use the music with typical home of the South was the of the society are urged to
meeting was opened prayer by attend
n Mrs H. H. Young, with Mrs from the cantata "Life Everlasting Mrs. Darby, and the Bible readingwas Colonial Mansion," said Miss Baptist Brotherhood of the, Visitors will be welcome
t Young as hostess Mrs. Maria Heering, "While in the North South was first organized in 1907 especially to the men of the churchto .-
Petrle. At the taken from llth Chapter of --
Hull will lead the devotional and by evening homes were buUt more In the styleof and was originally known as The be present to hear Mr. Latimer. Tex Richard left -
Acts. The routine of bus. an
regular ..
estate
Mrs O. E. Stansbury will give a service the pastor will speak loess was conducted and the the Dutch by the early settlers. Layman's Missionary Movement of I The public is also invited to attend praised at 5500.000. but "
I !' talk on the Seminole Indians. The and the choir will sing an anthem. Ing was dismissed by Mrs. meet'j Although the traditional home of the Southern Baptist Convention.The this service. I nally at 184000. valued fl>
+ Bible quiz will be on Numbers 721- Lord. all Americans l is based on tbe Eng- purpose of the organization Is
735 Inclusive and will be found in lish style of architecture." to deepen the spirituality, promote --
Woodman Circle Notice During the social half-hour the cultivate
Ereklel. religious Intelligence
the book of The club was happy to welcome
The Woodman Circle, Starke hostesses served the members and ,as a guest speaker, Attorney Gen- fellowship, stimulate activity I FLOWERSCut
visitors delicious refreshments ofea
Grove, will meet among the men of the church, and
NoticeAll Tuesday night, eral Cary D. Landis, of Tallahassee. -
April 14, at 8 o'clock at the Masonic and sandwiches He was accompanied by Mrs. enlarge benevolence. It also seeks ,|1 Flowers
those participating In the Hall. All members are urg- Circle Number Two, Mrs. W B Landis, who also said a few wordsto In a manly and earnest way to lead COl'Iiagt'tl
Easier Program, which! is to be ed to be present. Alexander, leader, met at the home the club members. unsaved men to Christ Membership I Funeral Designs Baskets
of Mrs G. W. Alderman with fourteen Is to male memberof
open any
given Sunday morning during the Mrs. L. S. Hutto, Secy.Leaves Miss Heering was Introduced to
i
members present.The the Baptist Church over seventeen -
Attractive
Sunday Schol hour at the Presbyterian -.- her audience by Mrs. Eward Burns ArrangementsAnd
Church, are asked to be at of the Victoria meeting was opened by Mra. years of age. I
Regis who in the absence of Mrs W. E.
Brownlee, who conducted the
the church at 3 o'clock H. L. Since his election to this office'In Prices
Saturday water lily will Increase their diameters Middleton, chairman of the Amer- 1
led the in
afternon for a practise. nine Inches In 15 hours devotional and group ican Home Department, was in February, Mr. Latimer has been i
I The business takenup MRS.
prayer WAR L. G.
POWELL
much In demand to speak before'
of the the afternoon
hort-Io-g; charge program for
and a a was en
I the churches in the state In behalf
F
joyed. The meeting was closed I of the Brotherhood movement. The I PHONE 123-JT STARKE, FInamiiu .A.

EASTER with sentence prayers. It was de I An announcmeent was made by I Baptist Church at Starke feels ,I'''''I"':,, ",",: '_;Rio'Illl's:: '' ii::, I,,: ':,!:: ,: :, :" :: '
rpi cided the May meeting would be Mrs H. B. McLendon. chairman of quite fortunate in being able to _
4 held with Mrs. Price at the Pas- the Press committee that anyone have him with us for this service. I -
torium. receiving the "witch basket" on
A special invitation is extended
( The social hour followed, during Monday or Tuesday before the next
{ {' which the hostess served sandwich meeting, please turn It over to her ..
f4
Specials fl J es, cookies and punch to those even If all of the names on the I ,r.-': :'" i'.... '.: ";.,:::, ", BANANAS 4 Ibs. 15c
,. present. list have not received the basket. p ,
Circle Number Three, the,Young The audience was favored by the RITZ THEATRESTARKE
Matron's Circle, of which Mrs. E. following musical numbers by the I
r L. Biggs Is the leader, met at the Sixth Grade Glee Club of Bradford ONIONS 3 Ibs. lOc
11.Ey Dresses home of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes Ilgh School: ,
H with Miss Edna Strickland as co- Dutch Lullaby (Wilson) PROGRAM 1TA1ltSMIDus1
y COOKING or EATINGMNESP
L hostess with Mrs. Hayes. Eighteen The Enchanted Garden (Dantes)
RK: rWINO
, ,a REGULAR members were present for the Slumber, Slumber (Targett) FRIDAY WNEREECONOMYRULES APPLES lb. 5c
meeting.The With Mrs. F. H. Long as accompanist THURS.-FRI. APRIL 9-10
,
scripture was read by Mrs. .
"Thanks A Million"Dirk
\i 1 4.95 Hayes and Mrs. C. B. Price led the During the social hour, which
S group In prayer. The circle appointed followed the hostesses served an Powell Ann Dvorak UlllTE HOUSE DEL MONTE-NO. 2 CAN
VALUES the following to serve on ,appetizing salad course with hot I"aul'bU.man & Band PEAS
2 for
29c
\ the flower committee: Miss Eunice tea Candy Easter eggs were given Rublnoff MILK 1 .
4)ll Perkins, Mrs. C. A. Knight, and as favors.: IOTA
To Close OutSaturday Mra. Orle Wiggins. The Easter Hostesses for the afternoonwere SATURDAY, APRIL II 3 Cans 19c CORN 3 No. 2 25c
0 box for Ophelia Marino, the little : Mesdames L. A. Davis, C. L. Double Feature cans
orphan girl, which the circle Is Stockwell, L. A. Gray, H. V. IONA NO. 2 CAN
clothing, was completed and haa Knight, B. M. Montgomery, and 'Tombstone Canyon'H.II
1 ,,,, k'(, been sent to the child. Donald J, Morris Maynard GREEN BEANS 3 for 25c
During the brief social periodthe Fancy Blue Rose
hostesses served delicious refreshments Dinner PartyIn 'Her Master's Voice' IONA MACARONI orSPAGHETTI
,4 ri'b to the members to the 3 for lOc
, ri $2.95 circle. honor of Mr. and Mrs W. A. Edw. Everett Horton RICE I ,
It was decided that the May Scott, who left last Friday to make !
their home In Orlando, the Rev. SUN.-MOV.: APRIL 12-1S
meeting would be held at the homeof CELERY 2 Bunches 15c
EACH Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Canova, Jr. and Mrs. G. H. Lowry entertainedwith "THE COUNTRY 5 Lbs. _._ 21c
.. with Mrs. Orle Wiggins as co-hos- a dinner party in her home ,
ii" t -- ',. tess with Mrs. Canova. last Thursday evening. The hostess DOCTOR" CARROTS 2 Bunches 15c

Join Tbe Easter Parade served a delicious several
' .. Sunday School Class course dinner to her guests duringthe Dionne QuintupletsJean ORANGES, Dozen 23c
't In One of These
Delight '
evening. Invited to be with Heroholt
... Mary Ann Old
'
Has Easter Hunt
? p ful Frorks. You Will Be Egg Mr. and Mrs. IScott were Mr. NEWS Ir CO IEDYTUES.WED. FashionMEAL BEETS Bunch lOc

", Amaaed The primary class of the Methodist Scott's parents, 'Mr.' and Mrs. F. A.
4, -Simply Amazed ) Scott. '?'" ., APRIL ....IS
Sunday School, of which Miss
At Thee Wonderful Buys. Kate Struth is the teacher, enjoyed I 'Next Time We Love'Margaret CORE-I\I'\CARONI or

'(+ Seeing Is Believing, an Easter egg hunt today at the lea at the close of the afternoon. Sullavan SPAGHETTI, Pkg. 5c
home of Mr and Mrs. L. F. Smith Those present were: Sammy 10 Lbs. 20cGRITS
Out-of-door games were playedon Carr, Shirley Montgomery, Bar- THURS.-FRI., APRIL 16-17 SUN BRIGHT
"q OTHERSJust the lawn by the young folks bara Jean Johns, Marian Brown. ,. "WHIPSAW"Myrna CLEANSER 4 17c
Y Ia; during the afternoon, after which Joan Carpenter, ,Betty Jo Durden, cans
all of the children found pleasure Janet Anderson, Nancy Lee Loy
;, J Received in hunting the beautifully colored Knight Mary Weldon Betty Wel- Spencer Tracy P & G SOAP, 3 for lOc

eggs which had been hidden around don, Ona Demoreat, Carl Johns, Also
the yard. Roy Harold, Billy Smith Tommy OUR GANG COMEDY: : ANGELUS

( 98c 1.95 Mrs. Smith, assisted by Miss Smith, Harold Smith Stephen Weldon FRIDAY MIDN1TE, APRIL SHOW 17Th.I I 1 Marshmallows, Lb. I5c
i { Struth, served the little guests and Norwood Guilford, Harold 10 Lbs. 25c
i f\\\ ,- 2.95 4.95 class members lemonade and cook- Hickok, and otll1"'.. IONA
11 I, -- COCOA, Lb. 8c; 2 Lbs 15c

?' r 1i I i 1-
f; NEW SHADES I DIME BRAND CAN SCOCO or JEW EL-Finest Shortening Compound

, i 1r''. In The FamousGORJUS SPECIAL MILK .l lOc GREEN'SSTORE BEST WHITE I Ii LARD 2 Lbs. bulk 24c
' r A PURE SILK ( )
,' 1 ,c LADIES'HOSE BACONLb.
,
HOSE 16c 4lb. Carton. 50c 8-lb. Carton 97c
ll 'I i I III
-' ..
i'' a t ] F"\GIEDD\ND CAN --- --
PURE SILK PLAIN OR SELF-RiSING-IOSA

FULL FASHIONED MILK. 20c .

h I'' 14 79c 95c 49cNEW SIIADES5e II CASH & CARRY : FLOUR


,'h Kn<-' & Full Length In Knee & Full Lengths
l lLIIt P day-Ask For Information 23c 43c 79c $$1.55

BLOUSES I 4 LB. CARTON GUARANTEED

4 t; FOU EASTER SELLING I JEWEL\ LARD 49c FLOUR 24 Lbs. 75c I I !SILVER

BROOK-Tub or Print Dixie Crystal

59c 98c CHUCK STEAK, Lb. __15c PRINCE ALBERT, Can lOc I BUTTER Pound 39c (
S U GAR
trl )y, NEW IDEAS! -NEW COLORS!' 1. '' QRND LUBE :MOTOR "t-

' )' ,q I There'line and M frill world and of you'll style get In u world every GRITS\ 10 Ibs. 24c BUTTER OIL I 2 Gals. B9c 5 Lbs. 24c

N" of wear and pleasure from owning Qt. 22c I I
; one.MEN. RAJAH (Cider. ) or (White)
100 BOX
j VINEGAR Qt. 15c
ASPIRIN Box 3c
HI-PLANE 2 15c
-- -- --- -- cans j
OUR OWN PRINCE

;1 NOTHING TAKES THE PLACE APPLE TEAa Lb. 19c; Lb. 37c

tea' ; OF WHITE BUCK MEAL, 5 Lbs. lOc BUTTER 28-oz. 121hc' : PINK h ALBERT


ONIONS 3 Ibs. lOc j SALMON Tall Can lOc [ Can 10c
,
; -- -
For Easter BREAD, 3 Loaves 25c
MACKEREL
j Scans 25c

; I BUT IF YOU INSIST WE COCOA 2 lb. Can 15c GOLD MF.DVLMILK
: t HAVE TAN & BLACK ALSO : SUNNYFIELD; IONA

IN FRIENDLY FIVES. 3 Tall cans 19c OATS 3 Lb. Box 15c
GROUND DAILY H
1

tfi PURE COFFEE, Ib, __ 12V2c MATCHES GRAPE JAM 4 Lb Jar 3"9c Tomatoes ;

i '),? f STRAW HATS Pkgs. _. lOc 25c
4 Cans
t
CHOCOLATE
t "u' From 98c to 1.95 RICE 5 Lbs. 22c So PKO. DROPS 2 Lbs. 19c

SALT 4 Pkgs. 9c
Our Stock of Men's Ties, Belts, NO. 2 CANS-STANDARD PACK I RINSO 3 Pkgs. 25c \MPTO.V.

Shirts, Socks, Shorts & Shirts TOMATOES, 4 Cans 25c I ii Soda or Grah0Crackers

k; r ,,'D Must Be Seen To Be SHORTS 100 lb. bag. 1.69 IONA
4 i): { Appreciated. YOUNG STEERROUND I I Salad DRESSING, Qt 25c

STEAK Lb. 22c OATS 100 Ibs. PACIFIC
1.69 Pound 10:

5' ALEXANDER COMPANY BOILING POTTED : I Toilet TISSUE, 3 for lOc


) GET' YOUR COUPONS HERE BACON Lb. /12c MEAT 3 Cans '10c -A. --& -
3f' 1 .. __ P. FOOD STORESTARKE

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1988 BRADFORD COTTXTY TCUCRUMtl. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE nv !
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SiD_.- .:. :. _- -- Misses< Lillian Sternbrrg and I Mrs. Graham Canary and smallion ) t Miss Dorothy .W'bet; ; ; ad I year and the visible results have young lady. iI ,

Dorothy Sapp spent Sunday afternoon I Mr. and Mrs. W M. Watkins the members of her Sunday School been quite gratifying. Solo and Chorus: "Hall His i dt9' ,

visiting friends In Gaines-I tad Mrs. W. E. Wrlgtit, all of Jacksonville Class afternoon at her Sixteen young people ranging In Name" --All.General ,; X11.
Monday
vllle. I were here :Monday: visiting age from about four to fifteen leader. r''; '
Bits of home with an Easter Egg Hunt. remarks by l
.Mrs. Causey's mother Mrs. Emma years rendered' the following program I F
White will Glori
Today Miss Etholin Song: "Alleluia Hall Him $
Murrhee. Eastertide Music:
of
Mrs. Charles Larsen. of Lakeland : give an Easter Egg Hunt at her ous"-Congregation. E
is the guest of her brother- -- -- home for the members of her Song: "Thine. Is The Victory"by --
NeWs in-law and sister, Col. and Mrs. D. Misses Lois Long. Lois Adkins, class. alL Benediction. n l+
IDea! E. Knight. Marjorie and Evelyn Stump Dorothy Scripture Reading and Prayer Grateful appreciation was ex-

Swanbom and Marguerite Leader. And Report of) year. tended all who had through the 1, j I
OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND Prevatt arrived here Wednesdayto Mrs. J. C. Robinson who has Duet: "Earth Is Glad On Easter ;
CONCERNING Mrs.: James Godbold, of Jack- spend the Easter holidays with I been visiting relatives! In Jacksonville Day" Two little girls. year cooperated and who hadhelped ,

PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN sonville, spent several days of this their parents. for the past week, returned Recitation: "An Easter Gift"- to make the evenings' pro-

week here with her sister, Mrs. S. here recently for several days Little boy and girl. gram possible. Several out-of- 4

8. Dowling. Visit with Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Recitation: "At Emmaus. ," town visitors were present one a <,
Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Price and :
,
Demorest before returning to her Bible teacher from the First Baptist
Mrs. B. M. Funaell will attend a young lady. i,
the past Church, Plant City.
home In Apopka. During
Shttunk'a3U Joe E. Wilson and A. J. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Simmon had state convention of B. Y. P. U. week-end J. C. Robinson of Apop- Song: "Bells Of Easter" 16 boys -_ ..- -+- --- -- 1 1Marriage
;-"v chick'turday. were business visitors to as their guest, Tuesday, F. B. Col- workers which will be held in of Mr. and and girls. r'
the
also
guest LicensesJudge
ka was Your
Co. Recitations "When Comes
'f'CIi ley, of Tallahassee. Mr. Colley la Jacksonville, and :
!'' Gainesville, Tuesday. Friday Saturday Mrs. R. F. Demorest. ,
., Day Of Gladneas"-.Four boys
.,- a State Auditor. 3f this week.
----- E. K. Perryman Wednesday u
R. J. D vta spent Duet: "Earth to Joy Is Waking"Two
and Mrs Calvin Johns and R. C. Buford TIIIKU ANMVKKSARY AT girls.Recitation. Issued a !license. and performed ,. 1
Jacksonville. The Woman's Christian Temper.ance Lltte Gene Montgomery: son of
e day n returned Sunday from a business MISSION!' HALL, : "Flower Trumpets"Two the marriage ceremony for Walter J
Union will meet with Mrs. A. the Rev. and Mrs. B. M. Montgomery -
to Baconton, Ga. Two Whitfield and Miss Lola WIl-
of Jacksonville, trip W. Anderson on Friday afternoonat was taken to the Aachua A large congregation heard the It } i,
Ir Richard, Recitation: "Hall the Coijquerer" kernon' both of Lawtey.
L visitor here Tues- the usual hour. bounty Hospital, In Gainesville program rendered on Tuesday eve-
, U a business Mrs. Edward Burns and Mrs. Monday where he is receiving _mug,__ In... nniTiAmmnratinn nf the,.--) establishment .

ay Jos. E. Wilson were visiting in- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hoover and reatment for diphtheria.Mr. of the Mission three
Jacksonville Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoover were __ I years ago. FUNERAL DIRECTORMy

Ernestine the guests of Dr. Henry Chase in and Mrs. C'. J. Stockwell. had been I
i Miss Jacksonville I The Assembly room especially Many Years Experience Makes It Pimnlble for MA to Rrnitar
week-end in i iI Jacksonville, Sunday. who have been sprrvllng, the win decorated In '
yellow green ;
.8 past I Mrs. W. G. Hair, Miss MargaretHair EFFICIENT, PROMPT: and COURTEOUS SERVICE ,
siting relatives. and James Hair were visitorsto ter In DeLand and whose home Is I and white with Easter lilies forming I MODERATE PRICES +t'' USStarke
Mrs.: R. R. Jones and mother Vt, here Sunday I children
Jacksonville, Saturday. In Randolph were the central item and the Florida :' L'I
Irs F H. Long spent Saturday Mrs. D. J. Byrd of Tampa spent visiting their son and daughter-in-I In their dainty white dresses l
Jacksonville with her daughter several days here recently visiting law Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Stockwell.Mrs. and suits made a pleasing picture. I DeWITT C. JONES iit ap 1'

\?< B S Carroll. Mrs. L. C. DuBose, of Jackson relatives and friends. A brief summary of the year's
Irs ville, spent Tuesday here as the R. T. Dell of Chicago. 111., work was given, which showed k,

Beautiful "Spring Special" guest of Mrs. A. F. Sauls. Miss Mary Brownlee, of Jacksonville and Mrs. Charles McCormack of'''; fifty-four services held with an =grace? distinctive flowers

'{ photo--8 for $t. ORt'nlemlH'r. spent the past weekendhere St. Charles Ill., who have been' average attendance of forty-four cherry at herschel 'I't'J

40 Days Only George Blair, of Wlldwod was with her parents, Mr. and visiting Mr. and Mm. John Uglow persons. The first years average
I l lphone
HOOVER BROS. STUDIO here Friday'visiting at the homeof Mrs. II. L. Brownlee. here for the past three weeks, returned -1 I was twenty the next thirty-six I tl'ksomllltt '

STARKE FLA. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto. Saturday to their respective I iso this proved a substantial and 7-2I2 r ; ;

Friends of R. A. Thomas whois homes. i steady growth. Some noted speak. smart center pliers uiuiHiial corteges

Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Stricklandand in Riverside Hospital In Jack- _....- -- ers have been heard during the flower for gifts I II Ii'
Miss Dorothy Sapp were visit- sonville, will regret to learn that Mrs. B. Jacobs, :Misses: : Elizabeth 1----- --- -- -- --- -

REALESTATE ing In Jacksonville, Saturday. he Is still seriously Ill. Hollingsworth and Irva Cubbedgewere

visiting In Jacksonville Fri- I

Friends of D. P. Carpenter will Miss Abbie Holman, of Omaha day. They were accompaniedhome

regret to learn that he Is still con- Nebraska and State Repersentative by Miss Miriam Jacobs '

IF YOU WANT TO fined to his home due to illness. for Woodman Circles, Is the" who spent the past week-end here +' 1 1i

BUY. SELL OR RENT guest of Miss Amy Moore. with her parents. I ,
:Mrs. Cary D. Landta. of Talla- i iY
'
SEE US- %
.
hassee, was the guest Wednesdayof Rep. and Mrs. C. E. Johns had Mr. and Mrs. J. t. Colley and ., \

WILSONREALTY :Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Stockwell. as their guests Sunday Mr. Johns' Misses\ Katie and Virginia Fugate : : ; ,

Fred Guy of Fort Lauderdale brother-in-law and sister Mr. and spent Sunday In Ocala where they I '

CORP. spent the past week-end here at Mrs. A. J. Williams of Alnchua. visited R. C. Colley. They were ,I'' ISi /,: ". .'

home of Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Ad- accompanied home by Frank Hall
kins. Mr. and Mrs John Uglow had as who made a brief visit here en :. : .' :

-.-------- their guests recently Mr. and Mrs. route to Jacksonville. \, f I I, "' ,:
"" of Avon Park. They
E. C. ,
Tappen I I i
NAT SEZ:: were former residents of Starke. Mrs. Maggie Mock. Mrs. Carl MIter r"
Miss Mina Mock and Mrs.: Bill 1 )! f" ,:
make the man, and help
2 Clothes Mr. and Mrs. Randolph H. Boree, Marr all of Savannah Ga., returned i I. .,' I." i!

the women a lot too, so why' not of Jacksonville, spent Sunday hereas to* their homes Thursday of last -,.: 't, :I I "I' i', h.

unbutton that pocketbook and buy the guests of Mrs. Boree's pa- week\ after spending several days I I.
rents, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Bennett. here with Mr. and i Mrs. W. S. l1 ai

l yourself a few clothes. Easter let'sall Is Clark and Mr. and Mrs. C. H. FRIDAY and SATURDAY SPECIALS, APRIL 10, and 11,1936f t : ;) t i!)

right here on top of us, so Mrs. Mable Smith, of WInona Clark.

doll up and get In the parade. Lake, III. and Daytona Beach is f'I'JlC'J.U- I PEARLGRITS 'NCV'OIU UU'EltlAI.N--'OOKINO! PKINCKALBERT
In the mood In a the guest of her brother and sis SPUING r '
You can't get
ter-in-law, Mr. and MCs. L. F. 40 Days Only I APPLES 5Lbs. 25c
lust year's straw hat and a worn Smith. 3 for $1.50 .

out pair of white bucks. Buy anew i HOOVER BROS. STUDIO: LAIUJK FANCY LKTTl'CE or *'
and Mrs. H. V. Knight STARKK.: FLA. %rm
Col
outfit from head to foot 25c Can lOc
Lbs.
10
Mrs. Knight's mother, Mrs. Alice CELERY Ea. lOc 1.
I Miner, of
Thomas, of Wilmington Del.,, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. t ,t
herewith
were visitors in Jacksonville, Sat New Smyrna, splint Sunday LARGE FANCY BVNCISES-BEETS! or
Mrs. Mine!:!. brotherinlawand IH-PLANK +
Special t ( for Easter urday. sister, Mr. gad Mrs. J. H. WATER C.ROUNU CARROTS 2 for 15cKXTKA

ArrUIng by Express_Today and Frow Strick I Fields. They were accompaniedhere
TOBACCO
Leslie Biggs
100 SILKDRESSES: land, students at Stetson University by Mrs. Laura relatives I. Powell at,New who I MEAL LARGE FAN V, JI'ICY : j
has been visiting
arrived Wednesday to spendthe
,
Easter holidays here at their Smyrna and Cocoa. 10 Lbs. 20c OPxANGES Doz. 25c 2 Ons 15c )

hcmes. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Thomas, of
.
Covlngton Ky., are announcing the SMALL HASTINGS NKWPOTATOES I
All Colors and Sizes Mrs. W. M. Wimberly Is at the arrival of a daughter, Carolyn IIEKSHEY'SSUGAR NO. 2 SIZKTOMATOES j,

2.98 4.95 6.95 11' Gill Hospital, where she will be Frances, on March 31, In Covington. 3 Lbs.. lOc
to
r weeks due
\ confined for several Mrs. Thomas was formerly 4
l a serious operation, which she underwent Miss Mary Frances King, daughter I LAKGR FANCY ."'I'V t

The 848t.lor, Less Wednesday. of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. King,, of Far-

MEN'SSHIRTS SPRING SPECIALA go, Ga., and the niece of Mrs. J. W of 10 Lbs. 48c LEMONS Doz. 18c 4 Cans 25c 4 r
Gill,
Edwards and Mrs. Fay
Beautiful Photo Starke. Mrs. Thomas has a host t k

3 for $. O of friends here who offer congratulations 1

40 Days Only STUDIO I BEAUTIFUL RIPE BANANAS 4 Pounds 15c *

All Made With the New HOOVER BROS.
STARKE FLA. V OTICE OIL'RI.F1'l1)VBy 1FRANKS ''laR'fi'
Non: Wilt Collars and the power vented l In them the LARGE ;
Fust Colors. Sizes 14 to 17 .. Board of public Instruction of Bradford JUICY SALT
es Miss Gertrude Heerlng, of Green County Florida hereby call MILK \ 15c
0. he hold In New HlverDistrict Pound
In
an election
: Cove Springs will spend the comIng No. of Bradford Countyon J t
\
$1.00 1 ; week-end here as the guest of May 12 01,2 the*nebool. hniiHo In Tall 19cCHEESE POCHLICHM; 4 for lOcMATCHES '
; Burns and Bald.. dlHtrlrt for the purpose of erecting 3 .
Edward
aeR Mr. and Mrs. thr. truntet* and fixing themilinge '
?' :Mr. and Mrs. L.VA. Davis. to b.. assessed for the en- PICNICS Found 25c
,V Satisfactory Line milnK two ynm.
For the purpose' if holding Bald
MUNSINGWEARHOSIERY It Miss Hope Haynes and Miss Annie election the following were. appointed -
Mae Pearce returned yesterday RH mannifer; E. L Kelly, Jim STEW Pound 15c
ThoinuB. C. C. Butler and K. A Rapp
from Orlando, where they attended .I"rk. '
a W. P. A. Convention, which WC MANNING Chm. ZQr'I ONO IIOKN 3 For lOc s'
A J. (lit!FFIM. Beu'y. Lb. I ,
C convened there this week. 4-10-61-5-H CHEESE Pound 21c I
Chiffon +
or Service Weight NOTK'IO OK APPMC'ATIONPOII .j
.

Mr. and Mrs. Julian L. Peek, Jr. 'rtx I1KKIItrnmlf ; ,, '
Knee EKTKKN
Length Regular
or
and Mrs. R. C. Cone were visiting NOTICE IH: hill HEREBY' p4... tat: )fJIVFN, LA R D SPAGoETTI tp
79c 89c $1 friends In Waldo Wednesday. Sat- That f dom Denmark holder r>f Tax SPARE RIBS Lb. W2cruiiK
eHey :Mr. and Mrs. Peek and Mrs. Certificate. No 219. limned. the 3rd
_" urday day of August, A T>. 1931, hes filed MACARONI "'
Cone were visiting In Jacksonville. cam. In mv nffle. and nan made application J;. Lb. 11'/Zc
Hey I for .a tint deed. to bo Induedther"on. 's
Lookhat We Have In the Said' t ertlflrat. embraced SAUSAGE MEAT Lb 20c $ 4r f
T. Frank Landrum spent i the followingdenrrltivd property In 8 Lb. 92c 3 For lOc :h
of
with of Bradford State
BOYS past week-end in Inverness the County "y T ';rt ,I
Florida, to-wlt
,
J. A. ,
Mr. and Mrs. NWi/1 of i
his parents of NKH: of
U' A
try ,
Landrum and also his wife and NWH of Hec-t.n| 2.l. Townahtp 6 SILVER KING-SF.LF-RtS NG: 6-LKH. 12-LBS. 21-L1JS I
22 Kant: rontalnInH -
WASH SUITS little daughter who are visiting SouthLunge ft .acres. More or ,lepfl..
there. The aHHeHdment. of the Mid property
tinder the Mnlil, rertlfloat 1 Ir.Iseed
JUST LIKE DAD'S wa In the name of 1' FLOUR 22c 39c 75c
of Bartow .
With Long Pants or Short and Mrs.Mrs.U. T.A. J.Joyner Murray of Fort Blmkbtirn.ITnledK acrordlna-said. rcrUflcate> l law tihall. the. be pronerty redeemed -. I

1.98 2.50 4.95A Meade returned to their respective I described therein will be told
after a two weeks to the hllt'h..t bidder at the courthouse ROILINGBACON ; : +
Monday
homes I door on the first Monday In WHITE +
visit with their brother-in-law and the month of Jufie. 11 S 0. which I"

Large Assortment ofLADIES' sister, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bessant, the(OFFICIAL Tinted lot ilav this fiR of A'h.' Jun.\I.. day) 19S8.of April. 1936 BACON 1 Pound 17c Pound 121hc .; -



SHOESI Jr.CENT 4-IO-Gt-S-S of Bradford County JUNE PEAS, 3 No. 2 cans 25c COCOA, 2 Lb. Can 15c trV

hitea, Brown and White Crisp Organdy i A WORD% i i, :!oIftTIe'roa-rate err .,.PPI.u''no"IIKKI ''I II Sliced Pineapple, No. 2 can 17c Argo PRUNES, 2 Lb. Pkg. 15c M

I| um the New Patent Sandals COLUMNMEN I NOTI"[ tee/ate IH Illll HBHKHY\<>. ia.1 mVKN, I, Table Peaches, No. 2/2 can 15c NAVY BEANS, 6 Lbs. 25c
of TaxI '
That Albert Hartman holder

$$1.98 $2.45 $198 I fertlflcate of AturtlHt.No 1193.A. f).I..d 1931. ha.the filed 7th. i

WANTED families.for Rawlelgh Reliable I I day plica name linn In my for otth u tax and deed haa to mail t.>. l I..ued. ap.. )I, DIXIE OLEOMARGARINEOne ;f

Routes of 800 I'thereon. Sold rtlflrate emhrnrenh -
bring the Kiddies for hustler shoud start earning following rtencrlhed property In I II i Dessert Dish Free
of
Perfect Fitting, to us, $25 weekly and Increase rapidly. I the Florida county to-wlt nf: Bradford mat. I I One Coupon in Each Package- 21
Write today. Rawlelgh, Dept. Iom 4, 5 of Blk 14. Temple I C
'I'
CHILDREN FAD-223-S, Memphis, Tenn. Addition to Plarke' In NK'-i nfNWVi ''' All ForHELLMAN'S '
PinkS
Maize. Aqua.Blue & A part "'f WS "f NR'-4
W of sty A NH ('or of eEy of |I ,t
Pearlized Buttons FOR SALE-Marglob wiltresisting NWV Her U. Townnhlp a Mouth

H 0 E S Large Sunfast tomato plants, J1.25 per The Rang' ai ..22...iment Eat if the said' l property MAYONNAISE SPECIAL ; fJ"
Guaranteed Pharmacy. I ,
,
1000. See me at Canova under the. raid certificate luau-. I x
,ill tf ert. wan In the name of ('. A. Fuleh.lt'nle.s ;
SIzAlI and Tubfast E. R. Bowers.
Kinds iiald certificate shall be re- j I

PrlSi:4ult: ; you. Sizes 14 to 20 DON'T SEND your mattress away I, .rty deemedcording dewrlbed: therein tn. law will: he the soul prop.l to 8 Oz Jar16Oz. 15c I Oz. Jar 49c 1. ''
'
$1.95 from home. Have them maker.fixed houae.the hlKhem donr on bidder the. first at Monday the court-In {u Jar 29c 132 Jar 19c

here by an expert mattress the. month of Jun.., 19311 which let s
work guaranteed one day service the l"t., day ft June, 1t31. r'r'tt
IT PAYS TO BUY ATSTERNBERG'S All 3rd day of April 1>3I. I
thin
Best Dated GROG. TO BE LUCKY SATURDAY
called for and delivered. A. J. THOMAS.Clerk \ TRADE AT TIP TOP
of ticking $4.00. VarnesFilling of 'Ireult Court I II .
grade Florida.OFFICIAL .
County, .. -
of Bradford "
Station, State Highway'I ( SEAL) . _- '. . .
1'P' -
Road 13. .10-1\.1- yrj'
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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAKKE FLORIDA FRIDAY. APRIL. 10. Illsl

.
l .- SHARK DRAGS I before be could! be ,
IS re
"MAGICAL" LILY
I ? :
Hof'
NOT AS WONDERFULAS I ever, the fish was hut :,
-41 PEDDLERS CLAIM I MIAMI A 650-pound shark Captain Mark B Elin, : die
I Irl I "
: t I i, hooked in the Gulf Stream jerked member of the party UJoUlIt

FARMERS SECTION GAINESVILLE-The "magical" LIVE STATE NEWSNews Captain Bill Samsoe, master of an Captain Samsoe's side ,-/till/ io

TIC J ,, Illy of the Nile has appeared again excursion fishing craft, overboard heavy line and tied it '," shed' 1ht
in Florida. when his band became entangledin held on the boat Both 'UJotbtr

i' by Demonstration Agents About two years ago. citizens in 11 of Florida in Short Paragraphs the line and towed him 150 feet returned< safely to the \",'MHEa cep i ior ta

various sections of the state were t
:
:
-
LC. given the opportunity to purchase

I at prices ranging from $1 to $3 -
per plant a most unusual Illy -- -- --

DUSTING IS EFFECTIVEIN which, according to its somewhat SCHOOL INMATE DIES I WOMUX LIK.U CHILDREN

J Hints To Housewives CONTROL OF APHIDS questionable purveyors would live OCALA-Inez Tall, 13, Inmate LAKELAND-Southern College $ our

IN WATERMELON FIELDSGAINESVILLEAphids for a century and would "keep of the Florida Industrial School fo r co-eds want twice as many chil- y

1 away disease germs and Insects of Girls died In an Ocala hospital fol- dren when they marry than the I
Weekly from Home Demonstration on wa- all kinds" from the home of Its lowing: an accident in which herI men students, if both were sincereIn

t Specialist. TaJIahaaswe termelons may be controlled either owner. Those who sold this "magi I right arm was twisted off by a replies to a poll made by The

by spray or dust, but the latterIs cal" plant called it "Lily of the i circular extractor or mechanical Southern, student newspaper. The Ur vacation

FIRES ON FARMS WASTE the most effective according to Nile" or "Biblical Lily" and some j clothes dryer which she was oper- men said one boy and one girl are abort and voull i

; 1 'y MILLIONS OF DOLLARS Dr A. N. Tlssot, State Experiment of them quoted scripture to show sting In the laundry building would be sufficient, but women ex- want to make the moat of the. balmy, s

a ; Over $1,000,000,000 worth of Station entomologist. that It grew in Palestine and that pressed a preference for two or Spring days. Frequent departure., fast t

property Is lost each year by fires Melons usually are planted on King David knew about it. I LIGHTNING CAUSES FIRE each. One co-ed favored "one set through and local service In dean cozy

I on farms in the United State rough newly-cleared* ground whereIt Folders which went along with I I KISSIMMEE-Fire, believed to of twins and no more." buss giy. you more vacation at less cost
would be difficult to the lily claimed that there was .
There use
are eight principal causes sprayers. -
have been started by lightning;, .viile ______
oM Ta.p. __ _.
g for more than two-thirds of this In most cases water would "nothing in the world like it. At i destroyed the Bluefront grocery TAX REVISIONST. IJaekeo.." .. Beerk _*::1.411 .........10.. _

large preventable annual lOlls, engineers have to be hauled to the field for that time, Dr. Wilmon Newell, : and meat market here today causing PETERSBURG-Harold Co- thew I York ____ $10.20 t kteago' __ p0hu.7L20 ,

f say, many of them In the mixing the spray Dr. Tlssot points commissioner of the State Plant I a loss which insurance adjusters lee, president of the State Cham- 1

E bomemaker's sphere. out.Dust Board agreed with the folder and placed at between $8,000 and ber of Commerce asked the aid of UNION BUS STATION

1. Defective chimneys and flues. may be spread easily and further added that the lily wa"n'teven j $10,000 partially covered by Insur- Florida publishers in a fight for
I Opposite Court Hone
., Chimneys should be built from the this makes its use more practical like its wonderful description. ance. a complete revision of the tax Pkoae IlOWFLORIDA :

ground up by brick or atone, and the entomologist explains. Nicotine structure. "Whether we like to

Mould rest on a masonry founda- : sulphate-lime dust Is generally The lily is being exhibited in admit it or not," he told a luncheon
1 I tion or basement walls. Long used for control of watermelon some parts of the state now, according BALANCE IN TREASURYTALLAHASSEEState meeting of the Associated Dailies wnIDA oTo : IIj s

smoke bad also smoke he Dust to reports received by the Treas-
,' pipes are aphids says. containingthree of Florida in convention here "we
pipes passing through floors or per cent nicotine is quite suflcient Plant Board here and, as be did urer W. V. Knott has reported have 1,497 taxing agencies in this

: closets for control. If the weather two years ago, Dr. Newell makes Florida had a balance of $7.853- state "The business man or woman -
Is and the air is it is this suggestion to the general public 965.98 on March 31 a million dollar
2. Sparks on combustible roofs. warm quiet, is bewildered by the maze of Y
: Good fire-resletant roofing mate- possible to apply the dust in the : Investigate before you investIn increase over the February total hem.: There is no. question we

rial pays. If wooden shingles are open with satisfactory results. any plant for which extrava- and one of the largest In recent have too many commissions and

t used choose the best grade of edge These conditions at this season gant claims are made and for years. that we must now revise the entire

grain shingles. of the year, however are rare anda which exorbitant prices are asked. set up."

device that will INJURED IN EXPLOSION
3. Careless use of matches; permit dustingeven
Bracking. Permit only safety while the wind is blowing is SWINE RAISERS WARNED TAMPA-Two men were burned -
i, t
matches anywhere around the desirable. A large funnel of light TO KEEP STOCK OUT OF one seriously, and another was

farm keep all matches away from weight sheet metal attached to the FIELDS OF COCKLE-BUR injured as two explosions, followed FUNERAL

children and never allow smoking discharge pipe of the duster will by fire, gutted! a $60,000 sulphur SERVICEDON

in or near the barn or near combustible enable the grower to do this. In GAINESVILLE-Florida swine elevator at the U. S. Phosphoric
'I ," raisers should keep their stock out Products mammoth Br wtse HOOVER
\ materials. using this apparatus the grower Corporation's Manager
places the funnel over the hill of of fields where cockle-burs growat i plant eleven, miles south of Tampa. 234 E. CALL ST. STARKE FLORID
4. Careless use or storage oi non't depend
,1 melons and blows a small puff of this season of the year as the causing damage officials of the Old.f.eAlo..
gasoline and kerosene. Never use I on TELEPHONE 149
either to start fire in a stove oi the dust into it, thus confining the plant is poisonous and will kill the I company said might exceed $100- Nyt7W ed ......ra.....
a
j ,
dust to a small area and reaching animals If they eat It, says Dr. D. 000. '.q.lr.. Wtat REASONABLE AND EFFICIENT
furnace. Never fill lamps lanterns
,I' all parts of the plant. The funnel A. Anders, veterinarian with the !lloderal.edPoll.les.
"I heaters, or stoves while they
lr{ Is left over the hill for a few moments State Experiment Station. NO BASS SHIPMENTS AMBULANCE SERVICE '
: ; are burning. Never store gasolineor
: .' kerosene in open containers in and the operator then moveson The cockle-bur Is now in its tender TALLAHASSEE-No black bass

::1 I any building; small quantities to the next hill. This method cotyledon stage and It Is pal may be" shipped :from Florida the WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTION OF OUR

,i,,:' should be kept in safety cans or of dusting will result in practically atable and succulent and! pigs will Supreme Court has ruled. P. D. NEW HOME.:

I' >i J"" closed containers. Do not use gasoline 100 per cent control of aphids on eat It, the veterinarian explains. Fullwood sought to compel the

the plants at time of application Pigs that eat rather large quanti- Southeastern Express Company to
,< ;! Z for dry cleaning at home. -
.' t ;j I,Ii I '.;. 5. Defective heating equipment. Dr. Tlssot explains. ties of it will die in a few hours, transport a black bass he had .
Mi it.' while those which eat less may live caught to his home at Tifton, Ga.,
; ',,, Protect wooden floors under cooking -
I'1,1 ,,,1 M'Si or heating stoves with Incom Number of mental patients requiring -, for three or four days or may get but the high judicial body ruled

1 I.-f ,fW, bustlble material and place stoves Institutional care is In- well. late yesterday that this would be For Expert RepairingSmith's ]
in violation of state law.
'' and ranges several feet from woodwork creasing at the rate of 200 annu- Cockle-burs cause a severe Inflammation

; \, ;1\ and walls ally In the province of Ontario of the animals stomachand .

,; 1 6. Faulty wiring and improper Canada. symptoms of poisoning from IIAKDEE COUNTY CUKES

i': J' use of electric appliances. Be careful them Include staggering diarrhea WAUCHULA First Hardee '

1 : ""I'' not to overload electric circuits. Ebony and iroka are two woods loss of appetite, and general unhealthy County cucumbers were broughtto games Dp Nighbr Garage I Ij
market here last week W.
: : "" Disconnect electric irons and other The leaves are plucked from a says. Modzler who sold them at prices II ="- hl.aOrtlle.ta..e. >

': : equipment when they are not in plant every seven or eight days. Cows and other stock do not eat ranging from $3 per crate for cullsto -T ;,. Pep fltrwesK-.. Phone 120
.
11 $5 crate for selects. If favorable n ...... j
:, t' per
; use. but will .--. -
:' I ,W'' 7. many cockle-burs pigs weather continues growers by ew nww.t1r .. J 11 11I
Protection is
,. Lightning. afforded
IJ( spectlon. eat them readily' because they are l a (-)- -. I Wrecker Service Day or Night :
I. jo'i: cucumbers will be rolling
say ..
by correctly installed lightning Dispose of litter and rubbish. succulent and palatable at this w: .a 'air .
.
qe
I ; ... --
,,1'1' ; steadily from here In about two t- w ;
, i 1 rods. Burn oily waste or place in metal time of the year. A number of e-f ens .. as4 r:.. ... .....

,.' 8.. Spontaneous ignition of hay receptacles. Do not pile horse cases of cockle-bur poisoning In weeks.

I W\\1, I\' and other products. Controlled by manure in stables or against build. pigs have been observed already by .
4 MACHINE TAXES
SLOT
: curing hay properly before storing, Ings. It may heat enough to causea I the Experiment Station worker.
'.
t i'l, by ventilating and frequent In- tire TALLAHASSEE The comp- .
troller's office has released figures -
.Ii! ,.. ... Baron Joseph Lister, founder of
showing that $552,740 has been a.
I' V BOREE antiseptic surgery, was born at
FUNERAL HOME paid In slot machine taxes since
Upton, Essex, 1827.
l + Full line of Caskets & Undertakers Supplies the gambling devices were legalized -

i'h AMBULANCE SERVICE The federal budget for 1937 by the 1935 Florida legislature.Half WJf
Il' DAY AND NIGHT of this amount, or $276,370, '
will embrace
the biggest roll
pay has been collected by the state, and
,, ;" 53 PHONE 53 in the world's history.
the other half has gone to city and
O. H. .
'i BENNETT. Mjfr. -
"A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"One The back-swimmers, common county governments..

bugs of our lakes and ponds, swim -
STATEWIDE BALLY
-- upside down. They lie on their
GAINESVILLE The Alachua
backs and use their legs ,for oars.OntK -
y County Young Democratic Club

ij :\ TO APPEAR has laid plans for a Statewide po-
It appearing by affidavit filed In litical rally and barbecue to be
that certain In ?
cause the Circuit < s
Court Eighth Judicial. Clr<,ult. In held here on Wednesday, April 29.
and for: llradford Co .ty, Florida l Invitations will be sent to all can-
;
entitled I Kleeter Morgan; Complainant
v. Addle Morgan" Defendant and didates for State offices to partici-
the relief prayed for being a dl- pate. It is to be an all-day affair
voice; that the Defendant IB a real-
f hl lji gallon(( dent. of a State or County unknownto with State candidates in the after
the Complainant, and Is over the noon.
r?p i age of Twenty-one year, and thereI. .
could lift a no person In the Htate of Florida
service of personal process upon ENFORCE AUTO LAWS

) fortytonBrontosaurus DefendantIT whom would. personally bind said TALLAHASSEE Officials of .

> ) IS ORDERED, that the Defendant three state departments have an- '
Addle, Morgan, appear to
K mil the Hill of Complaint on the 4th day nounced their field men had joined _____ Pt
of May, A. D. 1938. otherwise a decree forces in enforcing all motor ve \
pro coufeMHo will be entered laws. The road department,
hicle
against I her for failure I to
It In further Ordered, that this r'r.d..r ; the railroad commission and the ;
be published once a week for motor vehicle department have 72
four' consecutlv week In the Hrad-
'> ford County Telegraph, a newspaperof men on the highways each one
general circulation published inHradford under instructions, said the of'
now First in '
.
County, Florida.WITNESS pulling
..S.S my hand and official fields to enforce the laws of all power .
: seal of said Court this Seth) day ofMerrh three departments.
;
A. D. 193*. First in all-round
..
(OFFICIAL SEAL) -- economy .
b III'S A. J. THOMAS, QUITE CONFUSINGOCALA
r
Cleric of Circuit Court.
3-27-BI-4-24 -Marlon County presents WORLD'S
the unusual this year In poli- THRIFTIEST HIGH-POWERED TRUCKSTN
M eMi'Kit'e!! I. \I..1
NOTICE Is hereby Riven that under tical situations. There will be twoJ.
and by virtue of a Final Decree )I. Smiths on the primary elec-

11 of Foreclosure the Honorable mad.H and L. renderedby itebrlna-: tion ticket seeking the same office TRUCKS, it's pulling power that counts

t \ Judge 8th Judicial of the Circuit Circuit of Court Florida of the In --county commissioner. J M. and the new Chevrolet for 1936 have

and for Bradford Countv. In Chan- Smith of Reddick, chairman of the the greatest pulling of trucks +
dated March t In pour any in
ceiy. 18th. 11)30. thatoertalii board is a candidate in district five
cause therein I / pending I the entire ""
low-price -
between The: Federal Lana ttank of to succeed himself. Today J. M. range
Columbia, Plaintiff and 1 J. K. Bahaniian Smith of Flemlfigton announcedas
and wife. Daisy Rohannan; Moreover, they give you this greater pull. '
..t al. Defendants, the undersigned a candidate for commissionerfrom
r'I I who was therein. appointed as Special district two.TR.US ing power with, the lowest gas and oil costs, NZWHIGH-COMPBtSSIOR
Master In Chancery to executethe raw PERFECTED lowest
I Monday, the 4th maintenance costs and maximum all- VALVE-IN-HEAD ENG1N1
day ;;'fmi.11193'( ':: during; the legal !SCHEDULE HYDRAULIC BRAKES round 'daheay..geea.ed
t hour of vale, before the Court Our schedule changes Sunday. ter ftOTWm1 with leersued bonepnoer, """
House dour In Starke. Florida, quirt.ae.w.rio.. is I"
sell seonmor
"ream fester
(
I QA S.L to, the hlsrhest" and best bidder for January 5 and trains will run as .w.111,.liae"_ They are the worlJ".lhrijfUS."
situate, lying and being In Brad trucks; and they alone have all the
ford County Florida, to-wlt, Sounthbound vitally -
Ny 4, of Nh1 of NWV of See 16. No 1 -Due Starke 11:31: P. M important features listed here. '

and Twp.more 5 South particularly of Reese described!3 Kast No. 15-Due Starke 4:28: P. M NSW ruiiv.

a. beginning" at Northwest corner No. 107.-Due Starke 9:11: A. M. TniMMZD See phone your Chevrolet dealer for a

L x1 ty I flange of 23""c.East.15, Twp and ft running Ho. of No. 191-Due Starke 10.25: P. M. DES: thorough demonstration_today! as u

: Fast: 1.1SO feet to the S. A. ll :NorthboundNo. rvtL-rtoArna
Hwy; thence South and pural- with eIeu..1oIoa CHEVROLET MOTOR COMPACT. AXIS
THERE'S EXTRA LIFT 1.1 with the West side of the S. 2-Due Starke ISO: A. :II.! In.mtaul .- DETROIT. MICD..1 .
t A. U Hwy 330 feet: thence Went No. 16-Due Starke 12:10: P. M. fur ssls earnrol GENERAL MOTORS INSTALLMENT PLAN with b.erelyp-k-'I-"""*
t to the Section line dlvldlnic Sectlnna MORTHLT 114 wa.wkL
No. 108-Due Starke PAYMENTS
34 and 38.; thence .Vorth 5:15: P. M. TO SUIT TOUR PURSE
IN HC1Sto 310 feel to the point of beginning Starke and Waiinee Branch:

20% more Also commencing at the Southwest No. 101-Leaves Starke 7:00: A. M.

corner of Section 211/, Tp S No. 102-Arrives Starke 1:50 P.M.: CHEVROLET TRUCKS
smooth South of Mange 22 East, and
') lI I', power were_sJ__<_/1.... running Bast. on the Seitlon line j T, J. GRIFFIN.
thenceeW'eete1120:' 420 feets

Si 1 S Ask the/ Sinclair" Data/ South. 420, feet to feet the ;point thence of

beginning.Containing' SALVE
In all 21 acre more"
or less and being In Mertlona' 211 eo.uaa newt....
I Agent' Sinclair Refining Company (Inc.)} and as. Twp, R South of Rang 1} for
,'; : !a FOR SINCLAIR PRODUCTS Beet In Bradford! County Florida bIb
j PHONE 159 ... with the appurtenances, Maid sale to COLDS
4i
be mad. pursuant to said Decree to Torode
,
J. H. WAINWRIGHT 1 satisfy the same and Coate.A.SP.cla price Chevrolet Co.
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,\ ('IH'RCII_ Fjt e L Linda squeezed hrr hand. "You within an hour" ---1 "Now. that's Interesting ------1 Just I zling elegance of the room and Its t, ''i, 1 M r :,,1
have
BAPTIST CHURCH S mother been in-law an Mlmi absolutely model I Dave wall drumming savagely on what did you come for?" smartly dressed occupant >! 7 f 11 3! '

1'(837 I t' B. Price Pastor the table with his fingers when Van bounded through the doorway Linda !gave her a friendly little n? '
Bee. y. '' pool 1' 10 o'clock a. m "Well I'm going to give you Whitey appeared. "That's great. "Come on upstairs, Whitey push. "You're doing me a favor t. <.;;iil iliI
Sunday :upt.'! mme now." Mimi poked> her finger Just great. If that's happened once, Hello Herb. It'll be quieter up There's half a dozen extra,. men ..,
J nom.-W"rHhlp, 11 .. m. it Linda's arm with unwonted vl- It's happened twenty times. I nev- there Say. Ills eyes swept her I and we need you they need
....> lung ,or "Cet rid of of r'r'a'' ,
< j 15 p. m."I that cretary of er saw anybody so Inconsiderate luscious white-satined curves you. ,
p Worship, 1:30: p m. Van's." '' Doesn't It ever occur to him that her body. "Who Is this? What a I As If to settle the matter Van

Erenmg Teachers Meeting Wed ne.715 .- r..aa.1..,. ,,.,,., Linda stared, then chuckled. ':"Of'' you might be going out for a good swell dress." Then, briskly and aa took her In his arms and led her:
S S m ,-- Miss Wilson? Van couldn't live time or anything?" Impersonal as ever, "Why don't I Into the rhythm of a danc i
P service. WedMethodist without her" I Whitey was sorry about the you wear that thing; In the office?"
"i'nd.week Prayer SYNOPSIS life." Thankfully. W h It e relaxed ;
A short business y
I laugh punc- whole thing but quite firm. "Now Whltey's laugh was short. They
tJa Jj p m It Is the third anniversary of tuated this. Then he "My dear child," Mimi said solemnly Dave he'a against his cheat. h1
) began to a big man he's !got moved towards the stairs I
Van. and Linda Sonford's marriage laugh uproariously. "That's "I've seen more of the Unaware that they were the objects -
Church rich, important things on his mind. You "Hi, kids, Van called to Eve andJoan It ;
and they have achieved' J. D That's world than you have and more } of Interested attention from
Pastor. very funny. just give me my ticket and I'll who were In the act of de- /j 0h 0hj
Rev B M Montgomery, that rare thing an extraordinarily With a slightly relaxed smile of Sanford men. Van Is very like I come to the theatre as soon an I scending.The the other guests, Van and Whitey l i
School! -10 a. m. successful union, based on I Whitey from his father. They are warmhearted circled the room. "Say, you're
Sunday stepped the telephone I can and you'll tell me what I've two girls stared at each
)}Jorokig Worship-11 a. m. a putwlonate love, and utter I booth. "That's smart of V. S.," Impulsive, and temptation missed." other when Whitey and Van had good at this Whitey," Van said approvingly JtShe
Epworth Worship : p. m. trust In each other. They have she thought, "to josh the old boy should not be left In their way ." I j i ,
Evening 8 p. m. Just returned from a. flatting Hong. He loves It." Linda tried to explain. "Mimi felt a warm flame! kindle In + i
You am ,Invited: to all these serves Jaunt. Van, a magazine: publisher Then her eyes slowly dilated darling, all Van's 1 life Is spent with her breast. She floated on, caught i% ,

l In welcomed hack to his. office Just a few steps Linda attractive women not only Miss In a sort of magic trance timeless '.' y
away was
by his. "" Wilson, but all the girls who model -
secretary, 'hltpy", Sanford with an elderly womanIn and limitless. "Thanks V. S"Y
dresses and lovely actresses ,/
Minister HelenILton.. All of Mhltey'sInterests tow. "V. S. ? Not when we're dancing
H. Lowry. Looking at her sharp dark
el' ergf; whose pictures he runs if I
m Sabbath School are completely boundup eyes) and strong chin, Whitey recognized ,"
10 i oo In'an once began to be suspicious ,
she la
though not
Worship; her Van's "
00" M Morning as mother. "Hel "Thanks Van.
11 i "I don t want von to be suspicious -
of this
wholly aware fact Van
h' the pastor lo Mrs. Sanford," she said feebly, "That's better." ,
Mimi
rnOD: jerked her head In
holds a board meeting and It In t dl
Ves- for
Peoples had
1 00 m Young they seen her emerging "I R Jt Van's favorite
t I' during u dlwusulon of a valuable negatloa. want you to be pru Battleship prize-
Lr Servu account that he In from the booth. She sent up a silent dent. I want you I" protect your 'LIPJ fighter, had his eyes glued to ? 'iWhitey's

[ p m Evening Worship. truck by a brilliant Idea siiddwtly for a talk for prayer.a while It ,only V, S. would self and Van against a danger"Linda't y of swaying form. a i't":; 1 .r

Rosewood Baptist Church business, coup gurgling: laugh held .. 1I "You've seen a blonde bofore," ,
"Hello, Miss Wilson.
Mr. Sanford
Pa torServices frank incredulity\ "What's all this Vivian snapped
O Hemingway "
RL every Sun<.lay. Bible A WORD TO TilE \MSR. In? Linda. asked pleasantly.She red-flag waving? My protection :: 49r "I'm beglnnln' to wonder" '
blinked .
i to 15 a. m. Services at 3:30: just once, as Van as you call it, am! Van's too for r He was not alone In this spec }. ,
'Ud> ifternooa.I CHAPTER THREE stepped out of the booth that matter Is to love and trust ulatlon. As the evening passed. y'', .
l clock ID There was a of J4
pause only a each other than I
more / anything.
"They can't kill for there was not a man In l ho place
you trying,
\PTIST CHURCH second's duration. Swiftly Whitey That's simple. she was all pink
I BETHEL Van was practically at who neglected to pay open and assldioua *
shouting
J Rev L. A, Donnley, Pastor Whitey. "Think of It." he said:Im- glanced at Van. His face held onlyan and tremulous. and very, court to Wh I toy's sparkling i Ic: ,
Innocent,
I Services every first Sunday pressively, "One glad surprise at sight very dear, Mimi dulling" eyes and the deft twinkle of her
company, one
of his visitors. The Incident of the
Sunda School, 2:30: p. m. Mimi's admiration was genuine. i dancing feet. )'' ,
management, one advertising rate. 6
Bible Study and Prayer Services. for both our magazine, 'May- booth and its possible implicationshad "You're not a jealous person, are I Eve and Joan were adjusting; f {i ;PI
escaped him completely. ? Well, of course I see your their In Linda's bedroom t
|eery Saturday night. fair' and 'National Weekly!' you wraps / If
"Why lllmi.! He kissed his and it's modern and and '
point very 1 yanking twitching them Into 1 ,
Flr t Christian Church Whitey the enormity stepped of back his large-scale staggeringby mother, lifting her off the ground, noble and all that but I still: '' err ? 1"o R i place in the usual feminine man- ;r ,

Rev \V T. McOulre, Pastor plan to her pretended annoyance. "I'm advise you to get rid of Miss Wil- ner ..,, .
Bible., School, 10 a m. warning you, I don't intend to pay son. She's not the sort of person "It was a lovely party, dear." !r .
I Communion, 11 a, m. "But National Weekly! Why any more of your gambling debts." I'd like to see occupying the same Eve cooed. "And I think I've discovered ;
I Christian Endeavor, T p. m. they're" three times as big as we Struggling for dignity, Mimi telephone booth with my husband. your secret with Van. 't '.

Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30 are. sputtered, "Don't be so silly. Van. Linda's smile was ready, but Good You're not jealous of his bus t .' }i iIncas.
1 Van said quietly, grimly. "That's What will your secretary think?" over her face, there appeared, for a evening, Mrs.Sanford" ." t { I ,
Preaching m Second and Fourth nothing! An exchange of shares "I don't keep any secrets from fleeting second just the tiniest Whitey said Linda smiled contentedly "Idon't t : '
could do it. If cash He turned to Whi- I as Linda stepped up.
jnJay. I Mam.1 and 8 p. m necessary my secretary. shadow. Then it lifted understand the type of woman t :
too. I'm hoping that won't be tey. "Miss Wilson, my mother." T who treats her husband's business : '<

St. Marks Episcopal Church necessary But National's not do- The introductions were cordially INMTATIONTO A PARTY. I as if It were a bad habit .
Service ,3D second, fourth and ing so well, and Underwood's an acknowledged. then spends. every cent he makes." MI t
old He must be "Your mother she'd like Grumpily, Dave handed over the disappeared."Oh ,
|ith! Sundays at 11 o'clock a. m. man. over sev thought CHAPTER FOl'R "Isn't she sweet? Eve gushed 4 iij; :
Litany and choir practice at enty." His voice held a tremor of to see your new office," Linda ex- pasteboard. "I'm not going around my. He said his secretary to Joan. "And what a lovely look. i', +
excitement. "I bet he'd "and would I," She with a girl," he growled "I'm go. won coming over," Eve breathed. \
1 30 clock on Friday nights pre- suppressed plained, so Around the Lawrence dinner table Ing girl Van's secretary ia Moat. > Y, ib
iding Sunday services. listen to a proposition to combine signalled a kiss to him behind that night, sat Whitey, Dave Ing around with a doctor except They both started guiltily\ as women couldn't afford that. But ; I ',fi
< this minute if it were presented Mimi's back Evans, her sister Edna, Tom, and that Sanford gives b'th every they saw Linda of course you're so sure of Van. fe'j ) i f. ,
right. Can imagine that Van patted his mother's shoulder Lawrence children. twenty minutes." "Have you seen Van ?" she called \ l'p'
you going the two noisy Good night, dour. :t" ::1 ;, >/l
through? Why we'd own the "Go right in, ladies. Open to "Ahha!" Dave yelled suddenly, "Mils Wilson" -- Simpson ask gaily. Alone, Linda walked to the win'I, ,J', ,
BOB JONES magazine world!" His eyes envisioned the public weekdays, three to five" just as Whltey's hand was about to ed, admitting Whitey to the Sanford "Yes. No." the two girls an- dow and stared out. An old, acute w :l: : 4 Y
the shining goal. "We'd He whispered to Linda, albeit re- creep Into his pocket. His candid reception room a short time swer together. Eve added. uncom- pang shot throhgh her heart, leav't ;

1 Comments On Here gray eyes were lighted up with later. fortably, "I saw him a few min. ing her wth a batting sense of ;, X'i J.1:. ,s
glee. "Caught red-handed A "Yea. utes ago uh with Harvey" loneliness She leaned against the t ;. <'
And Hereafter jJ jJ'It .v-a 7"'r pickpocket." He bowed. "I've spoken to you a "Oh." As Linda approached wall, suddenly heavy with fatigue. > I '': 1It Y,
a "Get rid either nacre- "What Is It, Dave" Whitey good deal over the telephone." Simpson the girl's laughter floated ( I* only tre tiniest. seed of dl"- 1 : '
"
God the foolish- nary of Van's" advised begged prettily. "You said you hada "Of course" Whitey smiled. to her ears. Vaguely, she was cord, but Eve hot iiiiuin, a good job ,I "
pleased by iii Laura's mother in law. surprise. Tell me now" "You're Simpson." puzzled. '"Simpson, have you seen of planting It In Linda' mind. :' I'' f, '
leu if preaching to save men." ; "After the show, I said. Patience, Van and Linda were In the liv- Mr. Sanford?" Ulmt doom nun thin vUlt of \Mil- '\ 1 i

flat Is what the Bible says. You woman, patience. If, and when ing-room, dreamily matching stepsto "lie Just went upstairs with Miss tay'a opened. Whorewill they ''t i :" '

J ill note that It does not say "It you trick me into marrying you the music of the Capehart. Wilson." lead? In she In love with Van T JJ( '.' ,, I ) "
[leased God by the foolishness of I'll wear the pants In the family." "Happy?" Van asked softly. "Oh." She glanced quickly after Don't mis next! wcek'H drumn.Ua 't' :; ;;! ,

leichlng to save people." Teaching His sharp, lean face betrayed no She was silent for a thrilled Joan and Eve, then returned to the installment) 1'il.. h''
: does not save men. Preaching hint of the slow ecstacy that flooded heart-beat, then: "I don't know. living room. She was dancing with :rl'o
lives them After men are sav- tn.. wp him at the mere thought of mar- You've never shown me anything Raoul when Van and Whitey finally '''y s'IT'S
|j preaching they are then In riage with wonderful, glamorous else" made an appearance "Kxcuxe .. ;

J8il1)n '/obe taught Nlcodemus Whitey. Ills arms tightened. around her, me, won't you Raoul," :
Jiii- 'i. lesus, "We know that you The telephone shrilled. only to go slack as Howard Brent "Centalnly, Lin." PORTER
It r. A ''eacher come from God." t o "Holy Mackerel!" Dave exploded. cut In "Good I evening, Mrs. Sanford," ; ,'
psus replied by saying In sub- a "I've never known It to fail!" "Sickening" Howard drawled. Whitey said as Linda stepped up. : t ';
ranee 'Nlcodemus you do not \ z a ((4 w ""Hello" Van was saying In Whl "Your own husband. :May I?" She was a trifle apprehensive, uncertain Paid Political ,1' i''

teed a teacher, you need a lifegiv- .ffi tey's ear a moment later, "do you Van moved to the door. He was of her status here. Adv.'q .
sr. You need to be born again. Un- remember if the two hundred and met halfway by Simpson, "Miss "Hello, MlHH Wilson," Linda returned 11, '1
rss" a man is born again he cannot forty thousand circulation Included Wilson's arrived, sir". cordially. She saw Whitey's ''q rt it\\. I
perceive of the kingdom of God." mailing to news-stands." "Good." He hurried out evening drens and looked at Van '
C. A. CARVER ,
spiritual truths are apprehendedy 4. .wag MLe "It's quite a difference Whitey Whitey unaware that Herbert reproachfully. "Why Van, you've "'teatI ;
[ spiritually minded people. Men I better go over the whole thing Clark, one of Linda's guests, win taken her away from a party" Impulsively I JEWELER ." Iii. .

j re not spiritually minded until _____ __ again" he said rapidly. "You run watching her greedily, casually she! linked her arm ''I I \ '
hey get the mind of Christ andbey n down to the office and get me the studied the fine prints hung on the through the other girls, "You're ,; '1,1 ;
r get thIs' mind when they are own It." |luctantly, as his eyes feasted on folder .it's In the small safe. going to stay right here." I WATCH, CLOCK AND '
m again. All this effort toeach Whitey found her voice. It was her, "Don't stay long, darling I'm Thanks. You weren't doing any- wall.Herebrt approached her. "I'll "Oh no, I GENERAL ItEI'AmINO 'l' <
spiritual doctrines to unre- tinged with reverence. "I guesswe up to my ears.' thing tonight anyway, were you?" never forgive you for coming this' Van alive now to his Inconsiderate :':\1' k I",
enerated men will amount to would. V. S." She nodded understandingly. She smiled wryly. What sort of later" ha said suavely, determinedto action, took up Linda's Idea All Work Guaranteed } ;
otblng. The message to unregen- "Get Underwood on the telephone "We'll only stay a minute." an answer was there to such a capture the unknown beauty for violently. "Yes, yes You go rightIn iJ "
rated men Is this: ""You are anner. ." They filed Into the office. Whiteyhad question? Besides, this was a big himself. He held out his arms. there" IN GREEN BUILDING i ''r r : \
You are lost God loves "Yes, V. S." She left. already preceded them and deal they were trying to put over, "Shall we dance?" "No, really I'd only be Intrud MTARKK FLORIDA ry{ ";
>''ou Jesus Christ died a substlutlonal Back and forth, Van paced.. with was now absorbed in work. "It's perfectly all right, V. S. I'll Whitey was disconcerted. "I'm ing But Whltey's eyes were I ,
and vicarious death on the nervous, Jerky strides. Then he Mimi stared about the room start now and I ought to be there I'm not here to dance" ,fastened In fascination on the daze Iq d di ",
cross for your salvation. He bore suddenly stopped short mutteredand "Well I must say, this Isn't my ,
>our sin In His body Believe In ejaculation and dashed Into Idea of a business office." i
the Lord Jesus Christ and thou Whitey's office "Walt. He tore "What is It your Idea of?" Van

bait be saved." After men are the telephone book from her fin laughed."I !
,wed then they need to be taught gers. "Let's not use the switch shouldn't like to say," Mimi ,

ad built up In the faith. In many board." stated grimly
,1 our churches the teaching element Whitey got It. Together, they Van roared. "Why Mimi, what ,
Is the dominant thing and hastened to the corridor, just out- do you mean! What do you know
real gospel preaching has been leftut side Van's office. A pay station about such places?"
(, of the ministry. telephone booth stood in one cor- "But I will say it's very pretty I t ;
very pretty Indeed" she ad-

The writer has just returned ner.Between the two a throttled ex- mitted. r I 1 ; 1
rom a fifteen-day evangelistic citement had grown. The sweat "Whitey did it all while I was
ampalgn In the Church of the was visible on Van's forehead as away," Van said proudly. At
'pen Door In Los Angeles Call- he handed Whitey a coin. She Mini's questioning look, he added, Li
orals The Church of the Open stepped Into the booth and dialled "Whitey that's Miss Wilson."
Door is one of the great orthodox the operator. "Oh." Mimi smiled evenly at I
enters of America. Dr Louis "Oyster Bay two, three, Linda. "He calls her Whitey
albot the gifted and consecrated seven." There seemed to be a Linda smiled. "Yes, I'm afraidhe
peelor> <)f the church, l la from Australia frog In her throat. Impatiently, does." She threw open the door
Dr. Talbot came to Amerca she repeated the number. to the dressing room.. "You see
a few years ago and enrolledor From out of the corner of her how comfortable this It?"

Christian training In the Moody eye, Van spied a door opening at Mimi sniffed. "Yes. I don't see
Bible Institute. After staying In the end of the corridor. Withouta any reason why he should ever ...
tbe Institute a short while he learned second's hesitation, he stepped come home at all; "

> that he really was not saved.w Into the booth, jammed himself Linda was very gay. "I think of .i.iI yI (
he trusted Jesus Christ and wasi'X'ra next to White and closed the door. myself as a sort of reAson You've tl4 H
again. Dr. Talbot U doing a "It's twenty cents,*' Whitey done wonders. Miss Wilson," she r

[great work In Los Angeles. He has whispered, as the operator's direc- added graciously. I .Pr9of of:lord s
i a constructive evangelistic pro- tion whirred In her ears. "I'm so" glad you like It, Mrs. / /QEconomilr I

gram and he Is a great Bible tea- Hurriedly, Van fished In his Sanford.
her In Los Angeles there are pockets and produced two dimes. "Well now ladles," Van began

many religious "Isms". Christian Finally, the connection was made. briskly, breath-taking and allur- up la htgh-prl..d ear performance-wlih.nl the

different ford thank you" Her Linda raised her hand. I know r w
groups who Interpret In calling .. Iina Ired. of dollars Th. Ford V.8" 'u
.their! own peculiar of the hand went over the mouthpiece. we're going. Come Mimi, or only ears costing < snore.
"noo way some ," r.apoD.IYe.h pick. more e..!ly. AI all speedo the V-8 '
-eeaential truths." I am morenvinced "He'll see If he'a at home, she we'll be turned out up you get OPERATING COSTS J
than ever that what told Van eagerly They waited. They had barely reached the smooth, effortless flow of power. which mean truly. fine ear ,
>h'IS nation needs Is a preaching "One moment please," Whitey door before Van had begun: "Look performance. AVERACEDiccc -

it sade I sometimes wonder If said. She nodded violently. here, Whitey, I'm positive we've In a Ford V-8 you get thla performance al leaa .

I ht:1levU,: has not split us up into Easing past her. Van Involun put his got some In figures our files.on their Dig 'em net out circulation la bringing/ the V-8 to the low price field",Ford dealgned an 9 % LESS than r ,
. i and mouth to the telephone. rr
has -
got us argu- MODEL T41
, do engine,which with the dual dowalnfte.rburetor.lmplyeak..
e lag about little things which do tarily, Whitey shrank back. Hushing will you? The thing for me to k '
not matter greatly. when we imperceptibly at the contact Is to memorize everything we've the ga*Deed by a"""oI similar be. and tpliu II l.teelghi equal -. c

. lost abouid be preaching the gospel to She stilled the slight trembling of got on this." And to forget it by charge. la tact the Ford. V-8 with. It* jxrkllog perf_.... G..b./ M.. Ia I I- LESS than I

men her body and sternly forced her tomorrow .... 8 cylinder._ le tlm moil_......leal +F.rdr nee-K><1..w.ae s... 1 _. MODEL A* ,'
said from the door, "Van, {
Linda
mind to dwell on business. 5.na Definite coat records' .large paaaenger. ear fleet ownera tP '
Miners are strictly forbidden to "How are you, Mr. Underwood," could you try and be home by. ." bow.ctesl.adeg.latbeoper.tloaoftheFord V-8 sr.wa.yp.gs.. .. rrem"lli. record. of,m natlenelry
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smoke >r carry matches In Brit-I Van began with strained courtesy But Van's voice went on "The pre" ++ _....:r<*ever"at total ep....-
Ish ru;es, yet 47 deaths were "I haven't seen you since the convention old buzzard's smart. a whip. I ooa Ford ..od.... ,ds...... rM ewr M.vrr..t mere than 30.004,000. miles.MMke .
ryU sed IlL8t year by breaking this How's your back?' bet he knows our figures better Teat ibis(reel ear yeeiraelf. Get behind the wheel. and delve sass _.... ;
That's too bad." He winked at than we know his It. Feel the thrill of mojr V-8 performaaee low _r. F Fr

--+ Whitey, his face grim. "Oh, I Mimi settled back In the car Om*.Ate_ Rb 1. ._......,_.....LtS.T_<._.... .... 4-
l7ne largest living non-rumlnat- thought I'd like to ask you to then turned to Linda with a brooding I Your Ford Dealer ._.......T_,.M CB. r...,.tm NBC Blu*N w-k,9IU, M IO P....B.S.r.

ing Potamus even.toed, mammal Ls the bip- lunch talk ., .. Nothing about the special weather. Just and fered frown.you much"Linda advice I've, have never I?of-" Borrow a Car From Your Ford Dealer and Get That V-U Feeling r




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7j \ 1935 I

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,. Three candidates were Introduc- '

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INVEST YOUR
Jublished'eekly on Friday and Entered as Second ClasH i I slaatlc followers aa "Our NEXT 4L BONUS

'! Governor" another candidate actually -
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida
/ Introduced HIMSELF that IN ONE OF THESE
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; : E. I.. Matthews __ __ __ __ __ ._ Editor and Owner way.the bank I'm obliged my to pass an P We have wteral improved Bradford County Farm! r nirin

size from twenty to thre hundred In
acre
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i SUBSCRIPTION KATE and the caption beneath It reads $3,0M Ternm of 20( % t'Mh. balance as long u* 20 year. 10

"Our NEXT Governor Interest. Let us show you these proJM'rtiea.'ou do not hate to wait we can trade today l'rlcA' TI

; Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable Advance But they're Just was tin' their never be lower Call UIUSOV REALTY ('0, STAKKK, or Forrest E, Duvles. St. AugUMtlIe! \I 1

4 Advertising Hates Application time because I've been kidded by FEDERAL LAND BANK OF COLUMBIA

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grandpappy always used to say ..,- '.ti .. .. r _,- .::'J'j.' ". .' ,'ft'.m....\'Jt\!\: /..,;.",'.i.IlL..__ !:'>""."oI": W ,o.x, .. ._. .._., _, .__ ".'n--._-...,_. '. .'" --. .,.. ,,
Get ready for a square meal soon. Food prices are said to that It's the WEAKEST wagon ; : ,. "' ; ; -- < ";:" "r.--7. :.;::._:"_"._; 1'1\.1.'r___\ _{_,_J:1I____%_.i_ r'"N!_',_' _.._....t: JI'H;: ___:_' ___<_. _

be dropping. wheel that makes the most noise.

-- ----4)- One of the aforementioned !I i New Grocery StockThe had stocked a supply of staple and St. Mark's Church anlst all of them w.-r.. ..

"NEXT Governors" scattered hand I| fancy groceries for the convenience Easter ServicesOn ous and responded r << e'
I A skeleton can usually be found resting in the shade of bills hither and yon. ballyhooed I Slatrunk Feed! and Seeo [ ber of encores. ( QU.
Store announced this week that It of Its customers. Friday the three hours that
f
every family tree. the town with a sound wagon and I .
our Lord spent upon the cross will
carried ads in the invltln' I'
0 newspapers be commemorated from twelve The Talbot family ..
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folks to come and hear him Jf
,
: "Live and let live" is a good motto until a mosquito triesto at the court house square. I drift noon until three o'clock. The three which few In the British IIISt'c'
I POLITICAL I II hours will be divided Into short services traces Its descent"
'Dd
ed over there along about 8:30: and ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR IIJ
I start something. the poor guy was barkln' himself I' lasting about twenty minutes of name England.from the Norman ,nQUl rtJ

each.
---p hoarse ana red In the face to a During each of these

: Instead of going to the ant the average man goes to the pitiful audience of exactly eleven I K\tlOK' HI' PKIII'IKM: )rVT! OF SChOOLS' periods will one be of the Seven LastWords
and I'll bet of them 1 am a 'atdi.TI.e for state Senator the subject of a meditation -
people none I I
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hereby announce myself a candidate -
I angle worm about this time of year fur nradford and Union Counties. for re-election to the office with appropriate hymns Pill's: "ITC.MM..II: ., TRtt?.
were qualified to vote. El) \VIIkout
subject to the Democratic. Primary of Superintendent of Public Instruction and I.p keif,. l'liI....
It is .
J. o It looks to me like the only way Your support' will\ he HI1ul>- of Bradford, County. subject prayers. earnestly hoped work"." of thin* '""" :huinre
candidate Is 1 ie'iiitet' nmt If t'lerteil I : to the will of the Democratic: that everyone will find time to par F'lsur. sail I'isi,1, H:
/ a get anybody treated.
gonna
; Register and poll tax so won't be disappointed fy the confidence shown In mtiW .
pay your you Interested to .' voters In the Primary Election, June ticipate In at least one of these
3.
and: EPI'EBSON.FOH
enough come out
2. Your vote will
and
:; when the time comes to vote. hear him l la to pull off a "BankNight" upprei'latedRespectfully. support be periods. There will be no Friday -ents I bate?.,-rr..flill Stark" lhe.7 >....
IKI-IN: \ I'OllI for ,....
A J. ORIFFI3 night service.On .
o or somethin'. It must be wlch to announce, to the (Citizen bles
downright for some nt Hrmlfoid, and I'nlnn Counties thatI Easter Day there will be a C'ALI. lIlt \\lllri
The Tribune April is the month when .wlsheartenln' am a Candidate for State Senator. FOR !SCHOOL, HOARD
Tampa says green of these poor boys to call meetln' from, the above" two Counties sub- I hereby. announce myself a can Celebration of the Holy Communion F. J. AUWERS: D.ftll""I' .

: : leaves and green candidates come out. after meetln' and can't even geta Vet to the Democratic primary to beheld didate for re-election a* member of at nine o'clock, at which the A I, I.IFK
IIIIM
June 8. 1936. School Bonrd Ol..trl No.8 subjectto Easter ;
present.The As of Bradford message will be delivered. :ai: -nsin o quorum Representative the will of the voters In said
County I have fought for the beat District: on June 2 1936. vote The music will he furnished by St. .I.OK"'O" ,"\ 11.1.1Fl.: .'.

c ; One Ohio town refuses to sell gasoline to drunken drivers race for National DemocratIc Interests of the People at all time and: support will I I be atTup Mark's vested Choir. Easter or I nit* far.n.rlp I In diance of t .
and 1
am asking my People for thlr ciated. Drill or Itertnl .
." Probably afraid they'll try to drink it. I Io Committeewoman promises to be $promotion an T feel that. I am well Kespectfully The Feast of the Resurrection sun. Mlsson! I.'II n Iisrnsn.I... III. ,,_
;, riunllfled to fill the duties of thisIniiortalt Stafford L. Crew. with: Its joyous of eternal
message
I nterestln and likewise entertain. Office Help, elect me --
I n' with the halr- ullln' divided your state Senutui and I will verve I FOR SCHOOL lO\Rn salvation is the great Christian

i : The woods are getting so full of candidates it's hard for :three ways between Hortense the you best nKKiesslvely of my .abIlity fearlessly and I and assure to I hereby announce my candidacy holy day. It l la fitting that all

4'' them to keep from "politicking" each other. Wells. Pauline Burke Carr and vou that. your confidence. In me will School for election Board as from a member District of No.the I should make their communions on
not be mIetitc4.Itespectfutly.
U Helen Hunt West. sihmlttedC1IeRL1Y (comprising/ South Starke and Theressa that day. "Do this In remembrance -
). and If elected will give the of me." The service at nine
E. JOHNS
:4 : All three of these girls know duties of the office best
"Andrew Mellon at eighty laughs at the depression. my very
attention. Your vote and supportsolicited will take the place of the regular
their politics and out batin' FOH lrFI'JtFeKrtTIF1'F
: News item. Don't tell us he's heard about it. the ball like they're .. the Voters" of Bradford Count: and will be appreciated. eleven o'clock service. -
nobody's business H. D. MAY.FOH .
I hereby announce myself a candidate --._ _
o In spite of the fact that the job for representative to the Leicsluture -
:
SCHOOL
The Key West Citizen tells about a night club that ad- on't pay anything-at least noth- to the from action Bradford of the County voters subect at- I hereby announce myself BOARD a candldate QUINTUPLETSAT

In' "tangible." But you know how he Democratic t'rlmary to be held for School: District No. 3
:
vertised : "Clean Dancing Every Night But Monday. girls are about a "title."'- June 2. 1936. Your vote and sup- subject to the arrr the voters of RITZ"THE
104't will be appreciated and I assure the coming Democratic Primary,
o Hortense has the edge as an "In"I I you that your confidence In me will June 2, 193D.*: If elected I promise: a
not be misplaced. fair administration. of the duties of ; COUNTRY DOCTOR"CALLED
? : Improved posture comes with pulling your stomach in, but it looks like she'll need more I ReMp"cltully.FIU DlAZE the office Your vote and support UNUSUALENTERTAINMENT

than that. Mrs. West l Is a politician Ix solicited and will he highly ap-
The high cost of groceries takes of that.
;: they say. care FOR MKPHKKK..TVI\ I-} preciated.' Respectfully.
from the ground up and a go. I respectfully announce my crtndllacy E. J. LEWIS. & ItIN

o- getter while the little lady from I for Representative from wwaiIh. ; In the picture that Is the enter. ?
: Down in the cornfield hear that mournful sound. ford County subject to the FOR 8C'1I00L BOARD
Pa West Palm Beach has "It'to
enough
.. Democratic voters In the Pri- I hereby announce myself a candidate tainment scoop of the year, Darryl -
: : drank up the profits and now he's in the cold cold ground.A more than offset Mrs. Wells' mary Election Jnne 2. livid. If elected for election an member of the F. Zanuck makes movie stars
I will diligently and
faithfully
school
"In. So It to board from District One
altogether promises
earlessly. do everything that I canto comprising voting precincts of the first rank of the world's
o one
be a merry little melee and if Mrs. help (he majority of the cltlinns and two), subject to the action of front-page darlings aa he presentsthe
A headline tells us that "California Indigent Will Get West's parents had just been foresighted of Bradford County and the State voters In the Democratic Primary Dionne Quintuplets In their
of Florida. I am for the Townsend'Ian June 2, 1936 If elected I promise to C
4 Prunes." If anything will get them off relief rolls, that will.o enough to name her 100 per cept* and will accept no work for the best Interests of all first full length feature "The

"MAE" she could have gone fl hIn' compromise. the schools In Bradford County. Country Doctor," which comes to
I C C. BUTLER Your
1 vote and Influence
appreciated.
and with Mae West on the ballot Respectfully, J. H. MOORE. the. Ritz Theatre Sunday and Mon.

t :' Children should be made to realize that Easter is some- it would have been a walk. I FOIl the fl.KIIK People tlltri'ir of Bradford cotterTo County '1'.. thentrwm of School Hoard His. : day. Playing with these five new

thing more than merely an excuse to hide gaily colored eggs. away.I l.a: permltte Sincerely| td trfcstlnir continue that to I serve may trlct !No. I ., Bradford ....tY'1 stars are Jean Her holt. June Lang

.. you as your clerk. of the circuit I hereby announce myself a can Michael Whalen.
; a '.oiirt, I alpounny candidacy for didate for re-election to the> office "Next Time We Love" which
was mighty sorry to see Cyril his office the" Dem. of School Board Member for District
subjoin to next
c They tell a story about a negro who was so ignorant he Baldwin drop out of the race for cratlc prlmur/1.; I appreciate the No. t subject to the action of the opens at the Ritz Theatre Tuesday

1 picked up a typewriter thinking he was stealing a cash reg- State Treasurer, but hardenln' of cindnesw all of and our confidence people and shown In returnI m.by elected Democratic I promise primary a fair June and 2, 1986 Impartial If- for a two day run is the portrayal

ister. the financial arteries Is suredeathto have rendered, and for so long as administration of the duties of of a woman's emotional life. Mar- Proved right here in

any candidate. Cyril was mak. I hold office nil) continue to render, he: office Your vote and support garet Sullivan. contributes a per-
In solicited and
will be
highly
,
every service and courtesy In my ap-
o In' nice headway and had an excel. power. Your assistance will t>" ap- preciated. formance which adds further proof

j : We'll take the knocks of the Republicans seriously the lent chance of goin' into the sec ireclated. A. THOMAS. Respectfully J. C. PRBVATT. that she belongs In the front rank OUR TOWN I I

first time hear of of them refusing Government ond primary with Mr. Knott. roil TAX ASSESSOR: of filmdom She portrays the role
we one a
; :
I of wife who
Cyril's action will probably help I hereby announce myself a candidate FOR fllitIIIFF: a pursues her stage
for the office of Assessor of
I check. Cnott'8 cause more than any other Faxes of Bradford County, subject To the voter. of Bradford County and screen career. while her husband -

__________ o __________ candidate's. There'll be mightyfew 10 the will of the voters at the com- I hr rttnonttrc'.cf".eeftr.: candidate If runs down "big news" In for %
for !
and
7 Democratic'Primary Election to
: ; Between not having anything to wear and not being able Baldwin followers who'll vote be held In June Your vote and support nominated. and elected 1 promise a eign countries. Marriage. to her
clean. progressive impartial seems to be continually
honest 43
for Getzen although Ted Lancaster I I. solicited and will be greatly bidding
to think of eat the leads terrible appreciated.Respeot'ully. and fearless administration. and enforcement and
anything to average woman a may pick up a lot of 'em. How of the law. On this declaration goodbye hello until her hus

1: life. ever Knott Is In the best position K., W. Hayes. I solicit your support and band's friend shows that he loves
I
vote In the
coming primaries.A. her. .
Co-starring with Miss Sullivan
0- of all and will be a tough hombreto roll T tl "F.SOIOR O. ANDHEU.
live "Oscar" and is James Stewart.
beat. T respectfully announce my candidacy your vote you
: : The Nassau County Leader thinks that anyway the, for Tax Assessor of Bradford will never have cause to regret It. Adventure and romance drama
County subject 141 the will of -
i ; floods should have produced a large number of experienced Meetings For AprilW. the Democratic voters In the com- FOR IIKHIFP and comedy are deftly blended In MORE MILES

, J ? naprimary: election June 2'al have I hereby announce myself' a candi "Whipsaw" which brings Myrna
?.
; ; tree sitters. I'I'n M. S. Circle for thirty-one yearN .been tax- date for the office of Sheriff of Loy to the screen In a new hit
and If
,1 payer of Bradford County Bradford County subject to the will of rtol non-ikid safety,
f ..elected Tax Assessor, I guaranteeall of the voters at the coming/ Democratic with Spencer Tracy as her co-star,

, : Political writers are trying to dope out who is ahead in man's Circle Missionary Number One Society of the of Wo the the favors and courtesies. Information that accomodatlons can hegiven June 2nd Primary, 1936 Election Your vote to and be support held The picture will be featured on the than Weathers.Ourcustomen'records from previous AD-

that office. I will Ritz screen
through and
the governorship race. Personally we'd rather get a little. Methodist Church met Monday af- tppreMate your perloua conaldera- Respectfully.will be greatly appreciated. next week Thursday and will take Fridayof Its show it. The new

ternoon at the home of Mr. and lon, vote and assistance.R MILLER I.. JOHNS.
L sleep at night. Mrs Sam Anderson, with Mrs. F.
: o FOR TAX ASSESSOR FOR MHKRIFF: season screen offerings. the fan
j ; Anderson and Mrs. Hogan Smithas proved also by
I t hereby announce myself. a candidate I hereby announce myself A. can .- --
; Every man in the governorship race is promising not hostesses.Mrs. for the office of Tax Assessor didate for the office of Sheriff of it', America's biggest

to make any promises and that is one promise they should Anderson's living room was 'of will Bradford of the County voters at subject the coming to the Bradford of the County Democratic subject Party to the or thevoters action The Townsend ClubThe seller.Get set now for!!!"

decorated with calla lilies, and blue democratic primary election to beheld at the Primary of Jun. 2nd regular meeting of the driving this spring and
; I1it! be able to keep. larkspur arranged In vases and June 2. In asking for this office 141ft If t a in elected sheriff of Townsend Club was held In the !
will say that I am thoroughly Bradford County.% I will render the summer-get a set now
o bowl Mrs J. W. White. circle familiar with the duties thereof and most faithful and conscientious. service High School Auditorium on Monday -
conducted devotional iromlse If elected to discharge the of which I am capable. I will night the big auditorium
leader a ser-
The needs was
physical culturists that the body to be
say I efficientand
t duties of laid office In nn not be the sheriff for. any particular.
I vice and Mrs. A. Wood led In pray courteous manner. I deeply apireclate !group or faction nf the people. but filled to capacity with enthusiastic
more flexible. They must have been to fit into of
trying some er. The subject of the program was I the support given me four I will be the sheriff for all of the Townsendites and their friends, a
this modernistic furniture. rears ago and again solicit your people.. and will not play favoritism number of
"Community Uplift and parts careful consideration and support In In the performance of my duties.. excellent speeches were i

o were read by Mrs. J. F. Colley. the coming primary. Respectfully. cuhmittl.NF.tSON made by men who believe that the

Mrs. W. E. Middleton. Mrs. A. Respectfullv LOUIS ynur.H. HIU, : T. GREEN. plan is the beat that has ever been
tie The airways companies airplane travel is too slow.
say Wood. Mrs. White. Mrs. W. P. Tx"Yoi.IKCTOR -- proposed and will\ ) most assuredly wJI1 Au.

; E ;' However we've noticed that they hit the ground fast enough L Smith. Mrs. Titus Olson, Mrs. An- I hereby FOR .nn'>1Inc. my candidacy I FOR<1o COiTY hereby announce COMItSStOEft myself a return prosperity to our great :::: WLATSI

: i if something goes wrong. derson and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman. t.[ succeed myself aa Tax Collector andldate for re-election June country and banish poverty for-
(if Bradford county subject to thedemocratic 2nd for County Commissioner from
During the business session Miss primary to he held on Mstrlct No.3 South Starke I ever from our midst.
pt ama
fq j 1TIi I Olive Ray transacted the duties of June 2. 1916. 1 have tried to render tax payer and will at all times President Rockwod of the Ala-

1 One Senator is trying to have the Washington authorities secretary and Mrs. Carrie Ritcb you orvlce faithful during honest my ,second and efficient term of ers staml of for said the district rights' of and the county tax pay to chua Townsend Club brought over c ufiTIRES

't P4M1 suppress the noises near his hotel. He evidently believes :I looked l after the finances. Individ- office. aa your Tax Collector. 1 earnestly he best of my ability. I stand 100 ome of the members of the Clubs
: solicit your attpport and If per cent for an old. age pension and Musical
: that turn about is not fair play. I ual offerings; for Sunday schoolrooms elected again I shall continue to here must he some provision made Organization a young
I amounted to four dollars render you th. came service ae I for the aged ones. Your vote and man with an accordion not quite

pu At the close of the meeting the have In the past.CARL. A. KNIOHT. I support will MALLORY be greatly appreciated. I as large as a box car that he could

Mi \ The British crown had to be cut down in size to fit the hostesses assisted by little Janet ---THOMAS.-- ', play musically well and three

.i nM new king's head. If it had been some people we know they Anderson, served a sweet course. I respectfully FOR TX announce roii.KrroR myself a I I FOR COt'VTY rOIMISSIOVF.il young ladles who had splendid ,t'. easy to
candidate for the office of Tax Collector T hereby. announce myself a can voices, one of them was
a fine
4', : would have let their head swell to fit the crown. Circle Number Two met Tueeday subject to the action of the didate for re-election. as county commissioner pi- \ tlt.'E'
Democratic voters at the of from District .
afternoon and was entertained by primary Five subject OH
wJW4 o June 2. 193 Mrs. E. S. Matthews and Mrs. H. 1..I..t>> rts..be
way qualified to give the dutiesof Primary, June 2. 1936 1 ap- 21
Arthur Brisbane says when the little folks play an April B. McLendon. A profusion of the office efficient. and competent predate your support In the past dilate I hereby announce myself a can. \ grom'5

p 4i Fool joke on you just laugh it off. It's easy to see that Arthur choice roses. petunias calenduland faithful ser\lce discharge. Pledging of the a duties full and of and support will and appreciate vote. your continued ('nirnlseionr for re-election; for District as Number Count Ii tb. ..-

the office I to the best of subject to the action of I 1...,I a.
it. gysophella tastefully arrangedin my ability Respectfully R. T. O'STEEN. Democratic 011' i"4etOP
tack in '
I : never sat down on a chair with a I solicit and will appreciate. your VOl..r. In the primary to be held. 0- pol t.1<
baskets
bowls and
( vases addedto support In the coming primary. FOR rotTV ('0""'''''10''.:n June 2nd, 1939. If elected I promise i title Y- rubbOr.ohaa .
0- the charm of the rooms of the Respectfully CAUL, JOHN'S. I hereby announce myself to rrruA: best service which d..G 014 ".
a can I hv OJail .1.
9- South Florida papers are beguiling tourists with the slogan lower floor FOR 'OI'NTY JIIK.K didate District for Three county(comprising commissioner South from for> past support. thanking and .soliciting, Voters their ." yowl .r04lt_ ,; ,.........

1 : "Stay Through May." If they want to appeal to the Mrs. F. H. Long circle leader ty To I hereby the people announce of Bradford as a candidate(Coun Stark TS In the) subject Democratic to artlon of the vot. vote, and 4 Am support In the coming election the .beet aad salestI ( tir.. '!I 011;"

folks they might try "Spoon Through June." presided over a business session for re-election County Judge and 2. 1938. Will appreciate Primary. Jun. Yours very truly, I 11th. ....II Wee "'"
young vote bUt.
your .
'- and at this time It was discussed earnestly solicit the support and and nupport L. L. CONNER. a eo 0
o votes of the ve.r. at the primary .Ik "I 0. '
,
to raise Respectfully LESTER KITE.
for
ways
money Sunday FOil
election In Juno. I appreciate the "Or..TY C'O"MI"SIO\F.H __
: i Headline: "G. O. P. Goes West in Search of Votes." From school rooms. Mrs. A, Wood gave support you gave me In 1932 and I hereby announce myself a candidate -
trust my tenure In office has been FOR COl'STY tOiMlSSlOER for County
'
what we hear the G. O. P. went west four years ago and it !an Interesting talk on the Salvation such as to warrant your support In I fi hereby announce myself as a District No. 1, North: Starke Commissioner' I real-
Army and stated that In Eng. the coming primary election. .candidate for the nVnmi* Importance of this office
office of
:; hasn't the ghost of a chance of coming back in the present land<: It was the beginning of com Respectfully (Commissioner for District County Two .. IOn "ononnlcal business ad"ministration
K K. PERRYMAN. North of same I
Stark, of Bradford respectfully
$ County, REGISTERGARAGE
election. munity uplift. subject. to the voters of the Demo. solicit your v't.t\ support
FOR ( 01 NTV .I1'DOF. .
cratlc Primary EDWAHD8.
i4' o The devotional service led I hereby June the 2nd. 1936. -- -
was announce my candidacy I I pledge myself and my sacred hon.or. .
by Mrs. L. C. for the office of County Judge: of If FOR COIMTYi c-O".I".IO'lltR:
Henry Ford says there is nothing wrong with the world Ray. the subject be. Bradford County subject to the will my whole elected that I will discharge take this method of
duty In
ing. "Here Am I. Send Me." M.... of the Democratic Rlectore In the best looking to the candidacy for announclr .
i' V.t t but pure laziness. For our part we feel that the right people J. H. Rltch and Mrs. W. O. HalU primary. election on Jun. 2, 19J6. If whole Interest and will.of guard the county well: the as tax a Office at County r..lectlon Comml""loner for the ot
Ol.'rlct
aren't lazy-for instance gangsters and those industrious also had a part In this service. pledge elected the to this people Important of this County office a I .payers favorites of the County I will have no ot the Democratic No. I. SubJect voters to the will
? or pete, but will contend In the Primary -
V souls who wring your front door bell to demonstrate a new The hostesses. assisted by Mrs. fair,Justice.and Your Impartial and administration 01 for equity and justice to all as I Your EI.ctlon. June I, UU.
; vote active support wilt he
O. L. Beaeley. served support nnderstand It te' the best of sppreciated,
k sweet will be my and if
.
greatly!> appreciated. -eieet. $ C
; y1 type of bathtub brush. knowledge" and ability. Your Will continue to
Course with Iced tea. 8Ine..ly.T and support will h.. appreciated.' Vote discharge the dtlm. of the offio to
I PKANK UANDRUM. th" b..t of .
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