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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 17, 1936
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Late Saturday COURT HOUSEWILL Fruit To lie Scarce 4n; r ,:

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TRADING TCHRISTIAS. rxAg e /
EASTER Growers Say ;
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business section of Starke The new addition to the county 32 CARS"ROLL ; i r

Ivras jammed with what Is believed tTh1; court house here Including: an en- -

ito have been unprecedented crowds larged court room, will not be com- North Carolina Set ? ,I,
ne Easter buying, strawberry sea- } pleted in time for the spring sea 1 '

ni Easter buying, strawberry season slon of circuit court which is regu Back Beyond

and "Lucky Days" combined t:4! larly supposed to convene the first t
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Ito draw people to this trade center : Monday in May. May

for miles around. Since there are no capital cases
Many stores reported that busl- ao far to be triad and only one or Prices on the berry yards at 4

nisi exceeded that experienced: at two unimportant cases continued Starke and l Lawtey showed signs hula Y 'I

Ijihe helghth of the Christmas seas from last session, it Is likely that of strengthening yesterday, but Indications v;'

,, and several who were taken the court will take a recess until a were that shipments for I'
by suiprise by the rush, said they later date. the next few days would l be light i'' l "

could have used three or four more Contractors have estimated that because of Injury to the crop by a id

tlerka If they bad been available. 4' seW the addition will not be completeduntil heavy rains a week or so ago. r

P Shoppers remained In town late La some time in July.ELECTION Most fruit at Lawtey Wednesday r

Band stores that ordinarily close .. ---. Is reported to have sold at *3 per

Etbeir doors at 9 o'clock Saturdayght y, crate, and the teat fruit In Starktt r-

found it necessary to remain DAYLIQUOR early yesterday was bringing $3.10

|open until 10 o'clock to accomo- to 3.20 a crate. r i 4 -

te their customers. The past seven days brought the ;; a
...... ..l.giltar''I'-J; .ft. ) ." T' '. t, t'-.l-T,.... :p-.{ iE ::. ". .t1 1 IS ILLEGAL IF VOTE heaviest movement of fruit from (,

This) Interesting fruit so far this season from his space than aDythlngel.e, raise what ease the girl In the picture Is PROMISED IN Bradford so far this season witha I

JENNINGS FLAYSTOWNSEND published through the farm near Miami, all grown In their berries in- flat beds, but these picking the fruit? No back RETURN total of thirty-two express cars k r '

the Miami Tribune, PhotograPh'1 I these vertical boxes. Bradford. upright boxes have some points in I breaking and stretching leg muscles out and a truck movement of more ,, rt'

who has shipped County farmers, who have more I their favor. For Instance, see with for her.BONUS. I Candidates who take time out than 3,000 crates. ; ;,
DESCRIBES PENSION these days to study the Primary Including Thursday of last week .

Election laws find some things Lawtey has rolled twenty-three ?
PLAN HEADS AS"RACKETEERS" ,
FORTYTWOTo TWO CANDIDATES FOR GOVERNORDAY they might never dream existed cars and Starke has had nine out. ,.I, J a ,

SPEAK HERE SAME: BOND without making a close study of The total movement from both 1 1.4

\ bitter denunciation of what he the statutes For Instance. It Is point! Including pick-up truck and

termed "racketeering" in theTownaend Graduate BURTON LASHES OUT AT CALDWELL PROMISES REGU- Payments Illegal for a candidate to offer a I open express shipments Is estimated >; '

organization was made DU PONT INTERESTSAND LAR AUDITING OF STATE man a drink of liquor in exchangefor I at 6 3,768 pints. Growers j ;,
here Saturday afternoon by Lester a vote. I have received an estimated average
SALES TAX
DEPARTMENTSPromising .
{Jennings, candidate for Congress NEXTWEEKBACCALAUREATE WILL BE LARGE The statute doesn't say anything ; of six and a half cents a pint, y.. '

from i this district, before the largest Grady Burton of Wauchula, can- if elected, to publish about offering a drink of liquor which would mean a return of $42- '

l crowd yet gathered here to lis- didate for governor, attacked what a financial statement each year without the promise of a vote beIng 494.02 for the week's crop.

jten to a campaign speech. he termed the sales tax lobbying: of showing the condition of the state's Involved, but few candidates In predicting light shipments for .)

Surprising as it may seem, SER- the duPont interests and the Tax finances and to require each coun- EXPECTED TO BOOST would be Interested In such a one- the next few days, shippers explained -

[[scattered applause frequently In- MON AT AUDITO- Revision league In a speech here ty to do the'Mme, Stafford Caldwell DULL SUMMER sided exchange. that the bloom which '

terrupted the acid statements of RIUM SUNDAY late Wednesday afternoon. Miami attorney, made his TRADING Of course everyone knows that should now be maturing Into ripe i, y

be Jacksonville attorney and Opening the attack by condemning first speech in this county on the the time-honored (In some quarters fruit was damaged by the rains. r ('

Here was very little- heckling ,by Commencement exercise for the the "two-Job",,practice Burton street here at 1 airlock Wednesday A boost to usually dull summer ) custom of candidates paying However, a new crop Is now coming .V', k (.i1
local Townsendites who have banded forty-two'members of the 193 afternoon business Is looked forward to on and production should pick
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said, "I will not promise what bills foil taxes for voters Ls Illegal, and
graduating class at the Bradford here as a result of baby bonds in about the middle of next week. '
together In an exceptionallytrong here Is bow up
the legislature will pass for I consider The Hamilton County native also the law expresses It:
local organization. County High School will begin It dangerous practice fof the said be was in favor of the regu- the amount of $140.426.06 which "It Is hereby made unlawful for Reports from Plant City are a
Mr. Jennings assailed the heads Sunday night when the Baccalau will be payable on or near June 15 that berry production there has
lar of
governor to control the legislature auditing every state and any person or corporation in this
of f the Townsend whole reate sermon will be delivered In on adjusted compensation certificates been just about wound up for the
organization by any method. But I am as county office and department, state to pay the poll tax for any
the auditorium by the Rev. Fred of Bradford World Y
current
said "nlckles and County season. Only one buyer
are taking to charging that the auditing of the other
strongly opposed pressure upon person, or furnish the mon '
dimes Yerkes, of the Episcopal Church, War veterans. Is still working the deal and Tues- 4 '
from
our old people throughout state of Florida Is
the legislature by selfish private now seventy- ey to any other person for the purpose
at 8 o'clock. This large amount of will day was to be his last ,
money expected
the land and leading them onto Interests. The duPont interests five per cent behind. tie expressed of paying such other or ;
An unusual note will be addedto go to some ISO to 200 veterans any Four cents
day a pint
bitter disillusionment setting was paid
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by and the Tax Revision league have belief that regular auditing woulddo other person's poll tax; or for any
the exercises by the seniors who have already announced their for fruit
there over the week-end
j up a goal that can never be much to
been lobbying for a sales tax, promote economy in Tax Collector to accept the payment I
realized:' who will be dressed in caps and Intention of buying everything with the poorest going at three
the various
state
which they now call a transaction departments. of poll taxes from
He stated billionsof gowns, traditional Insignia of the from homes to automobiles. any per- cents. The season there has now ; + '
that only fifty tax so that they He attacked the son other than the whose
may escape pay- existence of person
will be In The exact amount of
the certificates -
[ dollars graduate. The boys totalled 13,622,600 pints with a
flow trade
through Ing ad valorem taxes on skyscrapers "hot In poll tax Is that ;
precincts" Tampa where being paid, except
channels In this fray and the girls In white out- to be paid here cannot be return to growers of $1,279,737.61. ',
country during and 500.000 of land. I I
acres Irregular voting practices have calculated one person may pay the poll tax
E a year, and that It would require Floridians to accurately since A. J. of The>North Carolina season is not
fits.Graduation exercises will be held am sure are opposed been disclosed during recent years. Thomas and N. D. another, provided the person
Wainwright
,
Btwenty.flve billions to pay $200 from few cents to several expected to get under. way before y I
paying a In more than one instance crooked Jr. officers of the paying such poll tax shall at the I
in the auditorium Thursday nightat local Ameri-
gper month to all people over sixty dollars they buy in time tax May 1 or possibly several days later )
on everything voting In these precincts has same pay a duty assessed : .
i
B. Noble can Post not
8 o'clock with Col. Fred Legion only assisted itsi
years of There would be no which would indicate that #
age. order to relieve this multimillionaire thrown an election, Mr. Caldwell veterans here on property belonging to the
Jacksonville attor- but also those in 'F
more money then than there Is prominent concern of taxes and I will said, concluding that such practices person whose poll tax: is being growers here can expect two more !
now, he said, and the TownsendPlan ney, making the address. The fol- veto a sales tax every time it amount to the Isfranchlsement' of claims.neighboring counties to file their paid." weeks of shipping at fair price t

would provide only for taking lowing order of program will be Unfavorable weather conditions .
comes up. every honest voter In the state. "If .
it away from the laboring class observed: I'am elected'Governor will The $50 bonds In which paymentof have cut production In Louisiana J +
could we
said Florida
Burton -
and giving it to the aged by meansof Processional-Mrs. L. A. Canova fuU school terms, pensions pr.ovide for have honest elections In Florida for the certificates are to be made BOYS MAY APPLY and only fifty-four cars were reported a'
a transaction tax that would Invocation-the Rev. B.M. Mont- are supposed to be cashable June out of there Tuesday, and ;'
the next four he said.
the aged, and good government in years FOR CMTCL.
amount to thirty-five to fifty per gomery. 15, but word from Washington has ninety Monday
cent on the value of article. Piano solo (selected)-Mrs. L. A. all departments by practicing bus- Mr. Caldwell was a candidate for been that there might be some delay -
an Iness-llke economy. He advocated Governor In 1932 and was pre- In of the bonds A, GRAY IS HEAD The season here has now passed i 9
Canova. delivery be-
Immediately after Mr. Jenningsspeech Introduction of Speaker-Principal placing the school system on a bud- vented from entering the second cause of the tremendous of OF ORGANIZATIONHERE the two million pint mark with a
amount
he was challenged to debate total of 2.013,929 of fruit out. '
pints
A. get basis, with funds for eight and primary by only a small margin of work entailed.
L Gray.
by j. p. Barnes, a memberof nine months terms and standard votes. He stated Wednesday that Growers have received an estimated i
Noble.
the Townsend organization here. Address-Col. for teachers and bus drivers his father Mr Leon A. Gray of Starke Is return of $140,804.92 thus far. r
pay was a Missionary Baptist -
The Jacksonville man declined In Vocal solo (selected)-Miss :Marjorie set up in the legislative appropriation and used to preach In this STARKE TO HEAR C. M. T. C. County Representative r;, 4(

tile invitation stating that he had Benson. instead of leaving allocationof county. COL. LEECOMPTROLLER for Bradford County to assist local RAIFORD RALLY
offered to debate with Congressman Violin solo (selected)-Miss An- school funds to the governor. young men to qualify for enrollment '

E. A. Green. So far as could ita Courtmanche. Rigdon Injured WILL ADDRESS in thla summer's Citizens NEXT WEEK' '

be learned Mr. Green bad not accepted Presentation of awards-W. C. VOTERS SATURDAY Military Training Camps at Fort F

the invitation up until yes T. U. awards and other. honors and EXCITING SHOW J. J. Rigdon, 1AI1tarm- AFTERNOON Screven, Georgia.As POLITICIANS FROM THIS ;
terday.Mr. er living near Starke. was Injured
TO
he COUNTY EXPECTED
awards. County Representative,
Barnes then gathered a Presentation of diplomas-Superintendent AT RITZ Wednesday as his he automobile went Col. J, M. Lee, state comptroller has volunteered along with several ATTEND
Into a ditch ai was making a
crowd about him and proceeded toP A. J. Griffis and Mr. and candidate for re-election, physicians in nearby communIties -
ak in favor of the Townsend "CEILING ZERO" DEALS WITH sharp turn from the highway intoa ,will speak on Call Street here Saturday to render their services to the Plans were taking shape thin H a
Gray. side road leading to his home. week for the to beheld 4 5
political rally
Plan and in refutation 'of the DANGERS OF AIRLINERS I afternoon at 2 o'clock. He Government In giving free medical t+ t
Mr. Rigdon received severe cuteand at RalforJ on Friday. April
statements recently opened his campaign with
candidates for the
made by Mr. Jennings. examinations to
---*- FRED CONE bruises and> a bone In his chest ; a big rally at his home town, Avon training camps 24, and it Is believed that a large d

One of the greatest romances of was broken.. I Park, and Is now filling ..peaklngengagements number of candidates from this
Mrs. TO SPEAKLAKE C. Young ,men of this county who '
Theressa KahrMrs. the air, "Ceiling Zero," will be In other sections of county will attend as It Is the first
to'make for this
Births desire application
Theressa at Pictures the state. pow-wow to be held In this section
died National -
Kahr First
B9. MAN BRINGS presented by '
CITY to Mr. Gray,
|her home here Wednesday night CAMPAIGN HERESATURDAY at the Ritz Theatre, Sundayand Mr. and Mrs M. L. Johns, New Col. Lee has two opponents In who training will explain may: apply to them the many of the +'

after a month's Illness and nearly a Monday, with James Cagneyand River, girl, April '10. the campaign. Murl Pace, of Ta-I advantages to be gained from at- I Candidates for state office will I,

year of falling health. Mrs. Kahr Pat O'Brien in the stellar 141'', and Mrs. I. B. Tillman, vares, and Muncey Anderson of the i also be In evidence and it Is understood '+

was born In Leibnitz, Austria In Fred Cone, Lake City lawyer roles and'Introducing a charmingnew Starke, girl. April 10. Jacksonville tending Camp. I that definite acceptances k i

1871. She moved to this country and banker and candidate for Gov- leading lady, June Travis. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Quick, Any young man of good character have been received from several, ".
I
iwenty-five years ago, first living ernor will speak hew Saturday Based on the Broadway stage Starke, boy, April 12. In the sixteenth century, Surat and sound physique who Is be- A chicken supper win be served '
In nunols Mr. and Mrs. Calvin R. White was an Important'aeaport and the tween the ages of seventeen and
,
and then in Starke. morning at 11:30: o'clock. He Is hit by Lieut. Commander Frank I during the rally and the proceeds
Funeral service will be held at well Juaowa throughout Bradford Wead, the play Is crammed with girl April 13. chief commercial city of India. twenty-four years Is eligible for will be applied on construction of '
2 o'clOCk that a original enrollment. All necessaryexpenses the new Baptist Church at RaJI j.I.{
from the residence, with County and It Is expected thrills, laughter and love. It concerns the Government '
the are paid by
Rev. G H. Lowry pastor of the large crowd will be on hand to the daredevil exploits of: fare to and I ford. /W'
1I'Irlt Including camp ,
"ting.Presbyterian Church offici- hear his speech.Mr. three war buddies who have joinedthe i Stores Cooperating "Lucky Days" return, uniforms wholesome food 4 -

***e Intement will be In. Crosby Cone wound up his West commercial flying forces, to athletic equipment laundry service All Books Now In "'
Cemetery. Her are the "LUCKY DAY" stores that are working together ,
Thursday In the
and q
on mall
Florida tour at Trenton carry passengers and medical attention. No ob-
Mrs, Kahr to their customers (50 Free each Saturday. Ask today Registration books from the
bu is survived by her On Saturday he will speak face of death. give: ligation for future military serviceis and River ?
New
,
band. A. L. Kahr, Sr. two first at Lake Butler, then her. Snatched from the shadow of the at any of these places and they will explain the rules incurred by those attending the have Hampton been returned to the precincts office of '

Ashlers. Mrs. WV A. Stern and at Green Cove Springs and noose, he> was sent to an island hell C. M. T C. H. C. Wall, supervisor of registra i r
!rlV and Mr Bernice Johnson later in the day. than Tip Top Grocery Steinberg's Store
Lake City to suffer an agony worse The Camp for this C. M. T. C. tion. They show a registration of ; 1J
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esyme. and one ion A.. Lbroth .- death! Telling the true story of Hart Furniture Co., Joe> Sistrunk's Service StationStump'
J<&hr. area awill be held at Fort Screven, thirty-one for New River and thir
er, and four. of Starke. Three Beans Coming In the most tragic figure In American Store" Denmark Furniture Co. Georgia, from July 8 to August 6, ty-two for Hampton. All books are ,
sisters, all In "The Prisoner -
r"many, also living Several Bradford County grow- history, 20th century's Bradford Hardware Co.Jacobs' Magnolia Fish Market 1936. now in Mr. Wall's office where A t 1, >,i
to the
P survive. I stated that they will be- of Shark Island" comes Stor. Hayes Service'statlon they will remain through April 30, I 4 i r !E ,
"bearers are: N. Sternberg B. era have Ritz Theatre Tuesday'and Wednesday I II t
Jsoobe, A. And'*". Joe Hoover gin picking beans for shipment by of next week starring Warner Canova's Pharmacy Green's StoreMitchell's I Three AnnouncementsThree .F,
:
R Is not a large Small Blaze Monday
C Priest Tuesday There Gloria Stuart and a I Store formal announcements for
I A and W. J. Epperson. ., this sea Baxter: with J. M. Alvarez Drug
here
D wf ra.ngements are ta of acreage of this crop supporting cast of over one thou- Sistrunk's Feed Seed Alexander: ji Company ISmith' I county offices were made here this The fire truck was called out

'Itt C. Jones Funeral Home. son. sand. week. They were Barney E.: Mc- early Monday night when the
S. R. Johns oil Sous
-._._. ---- i Dipping Into the hectic days following Garage Rae. for superintendent of public alarm was sounded- for a small w '

Marriage New Doctor To ArriveDr. the Civil War, the picture The Quality Store Smith's Service Station Instruction; T. D. Dyal for county blaze In the Eastman house near

Licenses the assassination of Lincoln New Deal Service Station Stem's Garage commissioner from District Five the city park. Th tire was extinguished -

P arlah Roy Coleman Starke. and Ethel M. B. Herlong. of depicts and the flight'of the assassinto West Side Service Station The Spotlight (Brooker)r and John C. demons before the truck arrived

SUrke- April 13. ville, will be here.,next JaCkson-j home of Baxter a for county commissioner from District and resulted. from aa oil stove ex i
the country
Clarence! Rhoden, Starke, and office of the late Dtr E. One (Lawtty), plo loo. J' '
PaUline doctor. s
t .
this
Howard Starke. April U. It was announced


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STAKKB. FLORIDA FnroU'. .\pn,.
BRADFORD COUNTY TELKOR.\PH. .
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: day 'if August, A D 1931. has (lied OF
tLE'TIO "P.
OFf'uiuant : 1 NO''I1 :
CARD OF THINKS "OTI.F office and haa application .u.
BROOKERMl BOATDRAlNMr LAWTEY of HamIn my mId. .U, : 1 ':
10 the "tetiulremont* .
deed to f
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for tax
:I\ : *.. Vera Galiify Correspondent. Z. Z. Oriffl*, (, orr..p' ndt'IIt O. J. Phillip. *. Corres*"...... We take this method of express law and the renolution Board now of on Public file tlieroon. Said a certlflcat* embracesth ".Notc.Ind h..r..b) li\ .
of the a""ordal.
ing our appreciation to our many In the office followingdescribed property In t.ln final \"' I'I.,
Bradford C".. i
of County I '
'. The following: were among those The Rev F. C: Hogan of Jacksonville Htrawbrrry' Movement friends who so kindly aasissted us Florida Inxtructlon,ald Board of Public Ir.Htiuctlon .- th* County, of :Bradford, Stat ofFlorida .alt r.nder.d ot by Ul" \ ;"'. ".

If, from out of town who attended the filled his regular appoint The Lawtey Strawberry move- during the sickness and death of hereby cal.an election. 1936.In to. W to.wl NEW of NWVi of a.Bradford COUlty th. ', ,;" "Url
l th ,
Grove Church Sun ment for the week has made a b* held on M.y 4\of Section 26. Township I In J1""lo/ .. V
funeral of J. D. Baxter here last ment at China past our dear wife and mother Especially the MChonl hou.' In the dl.trl.t.* containing .ery.In "'' "
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f .' day morning and Sunday night. tota) of twenty-three cars making do thank own neigh formerly known a* Hetlbton. South Rana-e In..t. .. .Id Court wher"ln '' .,
:'0// Thursday: Mr and Mrs. J. A. Abbot we our Vlld"rblt. 5 .. ... More .. Llld Bauk .

i ; ", and son, Gerald of Plant City; Mra. Maggie Green has returned a total express car movement this bors. and the good friends both Hcrlned. and, now Rflng together a herelnaft.r comprising d* Th* a..e..lell. of th certificate. said property Issued Ilood"wolt. h I.et 11.11'"f', ''I':' I;I"B,

; "YJ S. W Baxter and children Iris and to her home here after spend season of 4,763,372 pints and an eS- of Waldo and Starke and also for Special. Tax 81'hool DlHtrlct number under was In th.the name of T. TBlac c..e Ma..t.r by the "" ,. "" "

'I : "', Marie Mr and Mrs G. O. Wetherlngton ing the past few months In Orlando tlmated truck movement of 39752 ,- the beautiful flowers sent. MayGod' 14 of Bradford the following County Florida matter*, to-todeteimlne 'kburn.Unless ffvs. the. seA'" 1'1''..'..T,:Pr''
and Plant City with relatives pints or a grand total for the Maid certificate ahall be redeemed of V "I"i",
Mr O. E Kerahner and richest blessings be with you wit: FlrBt, whether nald Mpeclal Tax according I to law, the property th ,", >,,
Mrs M P, Matheny of Tampa; Willie Green of Orlando was vis- season of 5,161,124 pints at an average always I School Dlxtrlct number 14 nhall Tax hedivided described therein I will be aold arkBrFfordi-, ? '\ i' '"" ''hd.. ",.1"

his Zenaa Grlf- of about six and Into three Special to the bidder at tha courthouse hours of
ting sister Mrs. threequarters 1
and with the following hllhe.t .lle on rB1
W W Baxter T J. Baxter O W Dyal School Ol.trlrt. each the first Monday In U38. the ;,!
family Mrs. George Smith and fls and family last week cents net to the grower per And Children. *: the month of June, 1916, which I I.t I. 'I..." folow' ';
Mr and Mrs and from Carolina TAX SCHOOL DIS of 1936. .lu.t. ll" "-.""II. rf i
N Ralph Galney pint. Reports .. HPFL.tAL t the 1st day :
and H. Baxter .uno.
Mrs. O. S. Crotty H 10- (Being the dl* of April, 1930. to.wl ,
of Jacksonville; Mrs. Oscar daughters Katherine and Christina Wednesday Indicated that It will trlct formerly.known a* Vanderbllt (O \ .t) ly The. .Southeast.. ( ,,,'. '
11.1
WalJron and Mrs. T. P. Ward and were visiting Mr. and Mra. be about May 1 before much movement CAHD OF THVNKS ): Beginning at tiouthweet corner figI.S THOMAS. half of the quartet" ?i 'th.! "'"Uh'l
Townahlp Six ., ,
Eugene Grlffla and family Sunday. begins from that section and We wish to our heartfelt of Section of Circuit Court .. ,
express
Southw..t ,1 '
daughters Rosa Lee and Florene Mouth, Rang* Iwenty-on* of County, Florida. quart"" "r *, '
of Wildwood, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Mrs Dan Boree and two sons with continued good weather It la thanks for all the kindnesses thence Kar to Southeast ,'n ra'ti 4-10-5t-5-8 Br.dforc three Rang*(33), Town"hll' ,..'.T'C') :'
Twenty-o
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Harold and Doyle of Jacksonville expected that shipments will continue shown us during the sickness and Section Nine Township Six South lalnlng .21 1 't
Flnholster of Lake City; Mr. and Range Tw.nty-ol. Bat thence NOTICIJ OF SI B( ItL .R'S Sixty ( ) '
Mrs. N E. Baxter and children were visiting Mr and Mrs. Z. Z. from here until forced out by death of our dear husband and father North to Southeast corner of Section 8 A I.hi MAI'r. the Ie... Together S.Ss3; ,

Prices I and to Dr. Four. Township Six South Rang* Notice la that under ten.ment.
Grlffla and Mr. and Mrs Arch that section. remain generally Dr. Middleton hereby given
and Mra. E. N. Alexander of Ea..t to the ,
Twenty-oil* Kant, them and In accordance with that certain al.purt..I.le. h"'II".IU"J' !
Gainesville and W H. Baxter of Prevatt last Thursday and Friday.Mrs. steady with slight increase in Bishop and Dr. Goode also the Southeast corl.r of Section Three final derree nf forecloauie and any w.y ,

Lizzie Lee and children eastern markets many beautiful flowers. TowiiHhlp Range Twentycm "alo rendered by iron. A Z Adklnx.as T. FRAN! rANIIHI''' '
Birmingham, Ala KaMt, thence North lo South- Judge of the Circuit Court of ( '
tb ,
.
Carl and were visiting her brother C A. Mrs. J. D Baxter eat corner of Section Twenty-two Bradford County Florida In Chancery KNJf i ,
Mr and Mrs Knight Grlffla Sunday. Koud Continues Township Five I South, Rang* Twen: In that certain cause pending for PI.IIICf
Mrs. James Sheppard of Starke The J. P. Campbell ConstructionCompany Mr. and Mrs N E. Baxter ty-one Kant, thence Bast to South In said Court whareln the Federal 4-1-3t-5-1
Mlas Callie Herring was visit east corner of Section Twenty-three, Rank ,IM nlalntift' and Hantil.*
of Mr. and Mrs. G. Mr. and Mrs. C J Crews r.no --' IV
were guests TI1K < nTTH
who have the contract Towimhlo Five South. Range Twen
; : .11
ing :Hisses Melba and Mae Provaatt t al are defendants case 'OI'TY "
B. Colsen last Sunday for Road Thirteen here report that Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Baxter ty-on. a..t. thence North to Northeast 66. the unre..In.c Special Ila.t.r Il U.'OIO Nli ii'I"II: ""fT
Sunday .
Mr and Mrs. Lee Thlgpen and I construction work Is rapidly going Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Baxter Township corner Five of Section South Twelty.thr"e.Hanle .. to the said highest d.cue bidder appointed for wil ael OP J. W ANDRBWS OF, 1 M: :,|1TiT: _

Miss Canty Oliver of Palatka were Mlsa Theresa Jones was visiting ahead and from all Indications this Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Baxter ty-one East thence to New front of the Houth front door cash.of the "HF. STATE OF FIOI, :"I, 1"T,"1' ,

Mrs. Arnold Griffls Sunday Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Baxter River thenc. southwesterly along R'a", ford County courthouse tnStarke Andrews, Jr. Wil, '
Mr and Mrs. B. F. Hazen x" ,
visiting road will be completed on sched river to Went Una of Section Andrew a minor :'"
.lIld Florida, duringthe leftalhiiuiH ,
Quite a I crowd of this section Mr. and Mrs. H. N. BaxterPI'MIMIIIMIRVT'S South Landrum hi* .1 Pr '
Sunday large ule. Twenty-nine, Township Five of sale on May 4th., : guardl." \
Il0nday. diews 'lh"I"
Kanire Twenty-one Kast, thence and to all ,ith "' '
enjoyed a fish fry at Stephens 1916 the premise i : .
.
": Miss Eula Mae Dyal of Sampson ('OI' 'Y .... South alone said line to point of beginning situate In Bradford bounty I cerned: 1' I

spent last week-end here asguest Lake Saturday night. Street \Vork FlnlHhed ...I"A".I. Wl' %'IKtfUNT: -. .Florida to-wlt: I You are hereby n"< t, .
,1 ,
of Misses Inus Prescott and Leo Griff has returned to his County Road forces last week <.'01 N"I Y M<'IIOOI. PI'mitl! -SPBCIAL. TAX SCHOOL, DISTRICT North.a.t Quaiter of South..tJu"rt.r Court"Worn petition hu. I I.. i" I u,,,I ", '
home here after spending the past !Monthly Financial Statement or NLMBICH IS: (Being: the dl.- ( or North half of Lot prayln.auth"i iu\l t., ;
the work of ,,
; Audrey Polk. completed grading and Bradford County for the month of trlct formerly known .* Hetlbron):; Klwht (8), In Section 13, Township as ..1"," ,",." ," ,
I Mx months In Louisiana. His dragging the streets of Lawtey and September. 1934 Beginning at the Northeaet corner 6 Houth. Range 21 Eaat. containing the estate of J. \\ 1"0. i,.,, :
Miss Mildred Morgan who has welcome him' f.rnrrmt Mrnool Fund of the Southeast Quarter of Section d..ea.ed. to deed ami S
:. friends were glad to 40 acre* more or lesn, and .
our streets are In condition. 0 \ ,
I now good WlterlBl Tot Five. Township blx South, Range slinpla the following .
,, been spending a while here as flvhool UUtrli't Fund South half of Bunt two-thirds of i,, ,'? ,
!back Inrlutllnir bonded dUtrlftn Twenty-two l at, thence North to uate In Biadford (Ci.unu ,, ''1''
,
Quarter of Northeaflt
f, guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Col- The Rev. E. C. Hogan and Hal Sept. 1. 1934, I). t>. _- 8.41046 the Northeast corner. of Section Quarter No.thwe..t Section 18, Township 6 1",1.,, J,

,r Ben has returned to her home at KecelptH' during1 month __- 4S.OK Thirty-two Townhlp Five South South, Range 22 East, togetherwith The South-Half .. ''h., >|.:' .
Jaughters Irene and Marjorle of SWW .1' ''I
Don't Blame Correspondent \\ariant dnrlnir month __ (1318 Rung* Twenty-two Bant, thence all and Mlng-ular the ten*. of hectlon 21 ,i '
"'' Fine Castle. Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and If were one of the who Hill Sept. 30. 1914. 0 f .- ,.6U.56'Rill. Wet to Northeavt corner of SectionThirtynix and appur- South, Rang. 23, l Ha-i, ", ..hip ,
you many I ; m..nt. PI
;' Miss Mildred Anderson of Plant I>Ut. No. Township Flva South h.r.tt.ment. followhiK 1..erlb..1 .t".. J I
In -+
.' is while here :Mra Zenaa: Griffls Sunday.Mr. noticed that Lawtey failed to have beg-In/ month __-___ 594.84 Range Twenty-one J.t. thence t.nane.anywise appei.tain' belon.lnll or more or I. PI" ti."|\\ a.,

City spending a as and Mrs. Joe Grlffla and any notes In last week's l Issue of ,Receipts. during- month I North to Southeast Section K. K. FERRYMAN. where .. South lit.,.,. t r ', fl"
guest of Mr, and Mrs Cyphus Har- vlstlng Vui rants during- month __ : Tw.lve. Township Five South As Special Master In Chancery.KNIOHT Township 6, South H 'u K,' II
.. :hlldren of Clay County were the Telegraph don't blame the correspondent llnl end month -- 694.64 'Range Twenty-one Kat, thence KNIOHT. c'.o..e.' the west eilgi, .i'sin'oi,

Mr. and Mrs Zenaa Grlffla put it all on the editor IM... No.J: West to New RUer. thence downHald Attorney* for Plaintiff. then run NoitluiU" .1 ,
0'' rell.BOOTSEY'S afternoon. Bui begIn month, o. 10.1 1,30504ftl rUer to suction line dividingSuctions 4-17-3t-5-l State Road 688iv\ feet', t. ,,, .
Sunday I for the notes were In on time but Receipt. duringmonth .__ 15 and ti. Township Five b"'jJlnllnl. theme W" "i 1.., i h 1''lnl_-

'" BEACH The Rev. and Mrs. L. G. Hemingway were forced out by the editor havIng Warrant. during- month -- .77 South, Rang* Twenty-on; tiS..ton :OTU' F .'PP'.I'ATIO" Inll.. Hald Road |'-, i.'"'I.. '.,
of Starke China Hal end month. O D 1.336.81 thence I Hast to Northeast corner FOH T1Xrnnte UEF.U N'Htherly. parallel ."i" IH
;; L. GiiftkliiM Correspondent were visiting the luck to fill In with
good
i IXM.. ,... a Twenty-three, Townhlp <" HIM Mo. 62Uj f..t to South lln. "i 'tr ro,
Grove Church Sunday night. paid advertising matter. Hal. begin month __ 7,98.82 Range Twenty-one Hast, NOTICK .3. a"1"I .
: '
; ; Miss Verdle Crews: entertained a JoeGrlffla, Jr., of Clay County Receipt* dm'Ing- month ___ 9117 thence South to Southeast cornel of That W. I'. r : ofoly.i feet to the l "'I".?I,
vitiiiHiits during inutith 14034 Section Tuentv three. li.ltli thence Southerly .
I : i' large number of her friends Friday was visiting C. A Grlffis and Personals. Hal I. end month 1.951.65 Five South, Rang-e Twenty-one''own.hlp Kast.thence Tax 5th, day",' nf. 142.A. L' 1932. SIL.J: feet to the ,point.ah,,,.t i .
i 'II'', night with a dance Harvey Gainey Saturday night City Clerk O. J. Phillips was rial I>l.>. No. 4 West to HotithweHt corner oflection and Mi of lertlleat.I"Pt..mber 150 Issued Also .Lot 1, 2. and : .' H: 'k :
'j ;,.11 crowd from here besrin mouth _-- 824.37 Tw.nty. tinee. Township the 6Ih., A D In Temple' addition t. 'Hi, Town
Quite a large crowd attended the ;
Quite a large IPIlember.
conferring with WPA officials In Receipt* duringmonth "e.lonlh. Kang-e Twenty-one Ua t, 1932, filed office Stark. In Section 28 'I'."">hli
''i' attended the Easter egg hunt given Easter egg hunt given at the Jacksonville last week regarding Warrant ilurlnx month __ to Southweat corner ofSe.tol and ha.hnl made .application for a South Innte 21 Kust. XI" ']\\r\
W. Hal. end month --_ 824.37 Thirty-five Township Flv tax deed to he Issued of the of the NF' t j
1 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. thereon 1-7
Arch Prevatt
home of Mr and Mrs. I
needed .
1' some projects for this city. Illot. N. II Range Twenty-oil Kat of Snld certificate No. 142 embrace* Township 7, South. U... Ento
/" R. Kersev. Sunday afternoon. rtui licirln month ___ "
Sunday Miss Marlon Supp of Jacksonville log 67 thence Rast to Southeast corner ot the In
property
; Crawford and Fisher Gaa- Retelpt* during month- 221.93 Section Township Flv the : : : Bank of Staike, F! ,
C. E. < Bin
in' Thlrty.fv. County State of .
,,
; la visiting friends .here this Wariant during month __ 5!):20 I IB"I. South, Kast, Florida, n"OtBe Ing Corporation now In "'n'cnin",
) "! Irj kiDS of Ocala spent the week-end BETHEL week. end month _.. _______27130Hint. thence South to Southwest corner of : ship In full settlement, f.
{ M I) here with relatives No. T Northw..t Quarter of Section On*, North W..t Quaiter. of Houth ton and discharge .if th. "' !
S\ !Mr*. Ilulph fJulney Correspondent Royce Strickland of Gainesville Ftnl begin month ____n_ 86550 Township Six I South Rang* Twentyone West Quarter Sec. 14, Township estate for storl, '''r
; I nh\, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Thompson is Receipt dtirii,); month '__ 360 Uaxt, thence East to point of 7 South Range 2 East, ot 100% levied and I' iss ul..mO,.,,
\ visiting here this week. Warrant* during month __ 4ft acre .. And H of said said I 4
I'\ of Woodlawn spent Sunday here and children / beginningsSPFCIAL ..rtfl. estate a* the uin if
f
,. ,. Mra Ralph Galney Mra. C. S. Strickland of Gainesville ""I. end month ,_________ 869.10l TAX OISTRICT cate No. 150 embrace* th. share* of capital ,if .||
\1\,\ the guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. were visiting Mr and Mrs. Eugene >lMt. '0. H NUMBER 16-:IfHoL( dl*.- lowing described propertY In theCountv of /tark. each .to".aid ,Ii.. .,11 f Bi p,
\i Thompson. la visiting relatives and Bal. begin month, O. D. __ 1.0911.05 l trlct formerly known of ot \
,': : Griffls Sunday. Receipt during; month ____ 3.80'III'I'ant. a.* Rising): Florida to-wlt: Northeast Qual. And 100.00.hen-tiv' .
:1: friends here this week Beginning- the Southeast corner of .d'
has .
Robert Crawford returned to >
!' visiting Albert \\ ter of Northwest Quarter ,
Ralph Galney was cluiltig month Section Twenty-fIv appear at the offli'c' ,i 'I: ,
'. '! : ,/ '::11, his home here after spending the Grlffla and Harvey Gainey Mr and Mrs R. F. Moore of Bal end month. O, D. ____ 1.092.15 South Range .. ''own.hl.Ea.t.111 lon 22 Townhlp, 7 South Judge at the 1"001." 't 1 .'"unourthou.e un
21 East containing 40
I, ''1 '(. past six months at Calhoun La., Sunday.Mr. Fayetteville N. C. were visiting Hal. heifln month 111 No.___10____ 606.08 thence Section North Twenty-four to Northeast, corner. Six of A.re., more or lens. A. M. o''lock.In on Montis' "ida Ma)it 4P'

; :,,b where he was employed In the CCC and Mrs. E. E. Lee and children relatives and friends here over the Receipt' during- mOllthn_ 51.82iiriantn South Rang Twenty-one Townvhlp The asseHsment of the said property A. I D. 1936 and uiesellt' ''l"

\ 1 '; Camp. were visiting Albert Criffla, week-end. \Bal.\ "end month during month_..________ 657.90l thence Section Kast Eighteen' to Southeast, co'n.r E..t.Six .ued. under wa* In the the said la"8 cerUfcate" I-APol defence have: Should.to uld you petltftu fall 'th" ",if'ti 111\rll.

" I( ''' Mrs. R. N. Crawford was called Sunday. Rev and Mrs. D. L. Phillips were >l.t. No. 11 South Rang Twenty-two.Township Kast, ter. will b* entered In dur ,,'do.up
'j to St. George Oa. last week"j'il Bal begin month u D. __ 75.48 Noith .to Northeast of Unless said c.rtlfl.ate. ahall be said which mil l I."I I.PIH,
J Is visiting at Theresaa Sunday after corner p..tton.
Frank Harrell of Lake City th."ce redeemed the .
Receipt* during month ____ 61.50 Southeast of Section there .. to ankl, 'inOl '
due to the serious Illness of her visiting his sister Mrs. Ralph noon. Wariant during month ,_ ft.25 Township Six quarter South. Six propeity deacrlbed nllhlnla\1\ be 'der. .1
.1, brother Bert Chlsm. Bui. end month. O 13____ 29.23IM Rang* Twenty* .old to the hllhe. the Witness, my hnnd ,ii"l h 41 I
Rev. G. E. Cutahaw filled his appointment I two Kast, thence West to the Northvext >
Galney. .. mtrt-house the
I ,. N... 13: t first Mondnv Court at Htnike Plmlda I it15th.
i .,:t Misses Mildred and Ruby Ches- Mrs R. L Lee was visiting her at the Baptist Church .Bui. begin/ montn. 0 l>. -- 52585I \ of corner Section of the One Southwe.t, Township quarter Six In the month of Jun, 193H .110., day of April !!

t :. ser gave a party last Saturday at I Receipt diirlnx month n_ 1086 which the 1st. day or June. 6.Dat..d E. K > MA\
South I
daughter Mrs. F. R. Coleman Hampton Sunday. WII'r"nt., during month __ 2094 Rang* Twenty-on Kaat. I thin' 11th dmy of April, 1936A II1IN*'tn.tludr.

<, !jt nlg-ht at their home here. Monday afternoon.. I Richard Thede and Billy Wainwrlght Bal end month on. _- 535.93i thence of North Section to Two the Northeat cor.ner Six ,' J. THOMAa, ( .tfIAI HEA ,
L. M. Murrhee and Thomas in-NO. inI Township Clerk ,ot Circuit Court First Published I'll/'
in
'J son Mrs Carl Anders and Miss who are attending the University South Rang Twenty-on Ea.t.1 *" \1"
: I Bal. begin month U: 1>. 63414 of Biadford County Florida. 193 '
. 1 II Ranee and Muthy Parrlah were all of Florida th.neeVe.t to the Northwest corner
I \ Gladys Lee were visiting :Mrs. at Gainesville H..c.t. during; monthWarrant ___ of Section Two Township Six 4.1-6t-6.1 4-1-1-1-1
,j\r visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Moody Ralph Galney Monday afternoon. spent the week-end at their homes during month __ 4 05 South, Twenty-one Kast, '
: Hal end month. O M __ 638.19 H.n"e COI NTVOtlVTY"I p."u'rF.'UF."T'S ('OI''I'V HI PKKIN ll-NI: lrKINANTII : '
,,11, at Cast Port last Friday. Mrs Cynthia Lee was visiting f1.t.' No. 1(1rial thence the Southwest corner "(" "' SI" |l1lrtoiivrv : :
of Section
The many friends of Mrs C. A her daughter, Mrs W. L. Sllcox here.Miss Myrtle Strickland of Starke Receipt. begin .__ .__._. 235.1 South Range Two Twenty-one Township Kast Six Monthly' Financial 8,001 Statement. Fl'Vllf' of MI'11001. ri MX'
durlntf month Monthly Financial sinn"
Moody of East Port will be glad to Saturday and Sunday was visiting Mrs. F. R. Carradlne Warrant Mdiirlngwmonth ... 1.60 thence West to the Northwest corner Biadford County for the month of Biadford County foi' th t'August.
of Section
learn she haa been able to return We are glad to report that Mrs. here over the week-end. Bal. end month ____ ___ 244.42nut. South Range Ten 'Township Kat Six, July 1914. 1934.
Tw.nty.on. < rneral Sl 'hool Funagperlnl
'fi \0. IT General Nihitol Fn4Mverlal
V to her home after spending several Cal Gllason who has been 111 for Miss Beatrice Miner and( Miss Bat begin/ mi> ith, O D ____ 15731 of thence South to Southwest corner Tux Nchool District Fund. Tn" "..hool FliInc'ludliiK ,

y> weeks In the St. Vincent Hospital some time la able to be up again. Luclle Torode who are attending n..c.lpt.during month _n- 1.90 Se.ton Ten, Township Hast Six thence South 'n'ludln.bonded districtsHttl I..n..1 l'I.lrl't II.trl" *
Warrant ___ Ranl. Tw.nty-on. O D $ 4.1 0.91
month
during 26 2ftBal. Bal August 1. .
In Jacksonville where she underwent Mrs Fred Rhoden was visiting the Florida State College for Women end month. O D ._. 18166DUI. \V..t to Northwest corner of Section R.c..lpt. duringmonth .._ 797.81 H".el"t. during inontl, ;ol

a serious operation. her sister Mrs. Cat Gllsson, Sun at Tallahassee spent Easter No. to Range Seventeen Twenty-one Township Six thence Houth Warrant During m.nth._ 1,95541 Wariants during' inontl, ''J51
Bal begin month. U I>. .- 1.458.89H..elp' South to Southwest .o.t. section B.l. July 31, UU. Of. --- 6,018.73 Bal Aug. 81, IU.' : ( U <",
with their here.
parents duringmonth ._ 3723 II..t. I... No. I
GUM BRANCH day.We are sorry to report that Mrs. Miss Dolly Dinklns was shopping during month __ 85.11H"I. Rang.vent.en.Twenty-one Township Kast Six thence South Bast, Bal begin ._._ 61666 Balance begin/ month .,:

end ____ Receipts during- month ,__ I
)11"" Elizabeth Ilarnage Cor. Elbert Glover Is still very ill. In Jacksonville Tuesday. Interest month.and nD. 1.505.1 to th* N".thea.t coiner of Section Warrants during month _. a.141 Warrants Receipt.during month' monil" {
[
Tommy Lee of Bethel was visiting Miss Debbie Phillips who Is l l.l. 1... :X Twenty Twenty-on Township Kast, Six thenc South South Rlnll'to* Flul end month ___ -- 1101. H.I. end month during \j I

Misa Bessie Hans of Umattlla Bal, begin month 564.18 l>l.t. No. it UI.... ,... 3
L. u Southwest of Section Twentyeiifht
W. -
his slater Mrs Sllcox teaching In the Maxvllle School corner
Receipt duringmonth ___ Bal begin month. O I>. _. 1.311 45 Bal. begin month O 11 :1
spent Sunday with Miss Elizabeth Wairantu __ Township Six South Range duringmonth __ .
last 30
week-end. spent the Easter holidays here at duringmonth Twenty-on Kast. thenc Kast to n..e"l"t. R.c..lpt. during month I
Harnage. A.I. end month .__.. 56418 I I during month 280 during month !I Ilal.
Is .u .
G. W Lee of Tampa visiting the home of her parents.HAMPTON. UI.! .. IV*. 9 point of beginning.KACH Bui end month. Oil. 1,291.95 \\arrlnt.. month on """;

Enoch and Vanlce Keene of friends and relatives of this sec Bal begin/ month _______ 2,28720 for the purpose of levyingami Itlot. No. 3 l>Ut. No.
Shamrock were visiting friends Receipt during- month 46.RKWariant collecting/ a district chool tax Bal begin month .. ._._ 7.52770 Rat beg-In month t :,!'"
tion. during month __ 1.90000 for the .x.III.lv. .* of public free H..lpt duringmonth --_. 378.03 Receipt* during nninth ':[
here Sunday.Mr. Bal. end month __________ schools within each such respectivedistrict .. during month__ 87,20 Wariant* during montn *'
and Mrs. B. M. McRae and Ml* Ad* NI__.. Cerresa. ....... !>!.<. No. I t 8.1 ; and Second who .h..1 b* Bal. end month ._ Balanc* end month, : "'
PINE LEVEL Bal begin month _______ 1.84724Receipt the school tru.tee. of each UI,'. No. 4 1.81.6 I>U<. No. 4
children were the guests of J, A. Mr. Meade and Mr. J. H. Mitchel during month __ 244.02 trict l proIded event, that Bnl begin month 82337 Bal beg-In. month

Harnage and family Sunday.Mr. Sir.. II. M. MoKae Correspondent and a Layman from the First Baptist Warrant during month __ It la e lhtI'I'Ie election tono Receipts during month 1.00 Receipts duilng month !
__ divide said Tax School Warrant '
dm
Bal. end month 2.091.28UI..t. Ingmonth .
Warrant month
and -- during
Mrs. J, F. Shaw
and ;; Church at Jacksonville attended Dlstik-t three Balance end
This community was saddened No. 19 Nun.b.r 1 special month 824,37 Bal. end month '!
children of the State Farm were the services at the Baptist nil I. begin/ month ___.___ 1,47020KecelptH tax school dl.trl.t.*, as aforeald l>l.,. .N.i. O UUt. -No.
visiting Mr and Mrs. Felix Sunday to hear of the dear of Mrs. during month .._ 55.84 then the tlire* per.on.* receiving Bal begin month __ _'_ 37.71 Bal beg-In month .'II'
Sapp Church last Sunday and gave some the highest vote within .
Allie Johns. Warrant month .... each Receipts during- month_ 16561 Receipt !
Wednesday night. Clarence Thornton of Louisiana Interesting talks and related experiences Hal. end durln. 1,52604HRADFOKD Huch proposed d 1.1.1. .hal be declared Warrant during month 41 98 Wariant* durinI n."t.
Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Knight and I ('OUTY. school .. "u.h district Hal. end month .._ : Bal end durlli. "onlh "";
of and 18:4
Is spending a while here with home Laymen explained STATB OF ; Third the number mill. of UI... NO. r Illst. ... T
family were the guests of Mr. and folka. how the work of God could be I hereby certify that the forego- district tax to be levied and collected Bal begin/ month 851.S3 Hal beg-In month : 151

:Mrs. W. R. Kersey, Sunday.Mr. Inw .tatement of the Rec.lpU and annually within each Much dl*. Receipts during month 5.03 month ,
the activities of those during
advanced by Hec.lpl.
Frank Fountain spent Sunday HI"hlr..nt.. of the fund of Brad- trlct for th. two auccqeding year. Warrant* month Warrant monthoui.
and Mrs. W H. Groves and with relatives In Gainesville. Laymen and various organizations.Rev. f.d County for the month of S.p. For the purpose of holding said Bal end durin._ _Un-_ ._._". ena* du.1! __ I.
children and Mr. and Mrs. Albert W. T. McGuIre will tember 1:4. l I" true and correct, to .I..ton the following Inspector and UI..t. Illst. No. NBal.
preach N.-l---
Miss Lora Crews returned to th.bent knowledge/ and belief. .I.rk. appointed: Hal. begin n"nth. O D. Oil:
Howell of. Umatllla. were the at the Christian Church next A. J. 1.081.1 begin month.
her home in Gainesville Saturday CIRIFFia. In the territory designated a* the Receipts durlnir month __ Receipt, during month
guests of J. A. Harnage and family County Huperlntendent of Public district formerly known Vanderhllt Wariants, month t
Sunday morning and evening. a* during h 1 00 during month
time here with .
Sunday. after spending some Biadford County : 111 Whltehead, L. I. R.nfroe"nd Hal. end month. oD,______ Hal. month, O Il > I.W4
Misses Myrtlce and Arle Fountain. Fred Hazen of Brooker was a Norman a* Inspector and UI... : ia 1.08.1 ren'rn >Ut.

Miss Vesta McRae of Pine Level Gus Fountain and children and buainesa visitor here this week. t NO"'I'I hereby: OF Ullt'IAHGI have K. T. Crew as Clerk.In Bal begin month _____ 63025 Bal. month:0.11_

section spent Wednesday night Mlsa Carnie Alvarez and brother I Mrs. Pete White who has been filed my final Report na* Admlnltratilx *- th* territory. designated/ as the H.c.lpt. during during month month ___ 4.80 Receipt, during month ClIi
with Misa Helen Norman.Mr. : of the KKtule of Henry Clavand district formerly known a* Heilbroni Bui. end. 30 Warrant during month ,1:
Herbert Alvarez spent Sunday at visiting friends and relatives In application for and : N. D Oreen. Tom Moore and month _________ 634.75 Hal end month

and Mrs. P. D. Reddish and Farms. LaCronae has recently returned to on th* 2nd' day of May<'h.rre., will L. R Starling .Inpectora and Pet Bui. begin UI.t. N... I Olat. N*.JI If
Penney : Reddish Clerk.In month O D.____ 78.70 Bal begin. month, O
children were visiting her her home here. apply to the Honorable E K. Ferryman a*
parents "
Mrs. W. D. McRae and daughters County Judire of Bradford n.celpt. during month __ 1.20 R.celpt. during month !
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. the territory designated a* the Wa'r"nt. during- month t
Sapp Saturday Misses Alta Rhames and Ethel Warrant month
during
Florl -
afternoon. Mrs E. E. Phillips and Mrs.R. County Final Discharge.XOTICK district formerly known a* RI.lno* Bal end month. O D. __ 77.50 Bui. end month ODnut. Jl'
G Jones all of Palmetto and Stone have returned to their home 4-10.4&-6-1 tlr R. R ro.by. Kmory Lewi !>!*'. No. 13: '... inBal. -

Helen Norman was visiting Ves Mrs. Charlie Jackson of Gainesville here after a visit with friends and Oeorg* Cone a* Inspectors and H. Ril. begin month. OD .. __ 609.2 begin month O. L), "Itt'

ta McRae Saturday afternoon. were guests of Mrs. H. M. relatives In Palatka. By the power OF vented. L.1-rI0'In L.wl. a W* ,Clerk C. MANNING H'I Receipt Warrants duringmonth during1 month___ Warrant Receipt*during during month month !I

--- McRae Tuesday. Mra. M. L. Watterson and Mra. Board of Public Inntructlon them of Brad the a* Chairman of said Bal. end month. O D. 'n 601.Z Bal. end month, O DUUt. $:

Would J. W. Home were shopping In ford County, Florida hereby call nf Public Instruction. 1114. .. IS tim. IIBui
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Protect
People'sRigbts A A. J. ORIFFISa Hal begin 111
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an election to be. held In New River month O D. ___ 636.47 begin month O D II
The medieval Industry of enameling Gainesville this week. DUtrli-t No 1} of Bradford County and* Secretary of said Board Receipt during month __ 14,40 Receipt during month 11
and State Assets The Rev. W. T. McGuIre who on May II at the chool houe In a. County Superintendent 'arr.nt. during month. 2426 Warrant during month
revived at of Public In I"
was Llmorgea, ld dlitrlct for th* trueton. end month. O D. ____ 64331 Bal. end month. O, Dnut. .
France at the end of the nineteenth has been very 111 with Influenza Inn three truitee* Pgor1sI"i ; -17-5t-5-15 !>!... No. !. N.. I* ...

century. for several days has a host of mlllage. to lie .*.e.ed' for th* en- Bal Receipt begin month. ____ n" U Bal begin month .'j

friends who are delighted to see sum, two year NOTU'I OF APPIIC4.TIOV during during mont"n.36 H.c.lpt.during month I.
For the of hold In Warr.nt. ; during month
purpoee
FOR him out agal : .1..101 the following were appoint*ala ... TAX UEKUS end month ..-- _.__ 2347 Bal. end month .__ 1:
< al Bill .
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GOVERNOR Ol
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*: E. L. Kelly I Jim l>Ut. N*
I Thomas, C and K. A. Sapp NOTICE 13 HEREBY OIVEN Bal begin month u D __ Bal begin. month, o: 'II
We hereby announce the can Dry cure and brine or pickle' clerk. aJ. 't That Albert Hartman holder of Tax Receipt* during month ____ 15.8 Receipt during- month:

didacy of Hon. Jerry WL Carter cure are two general methods of MANKIND. Chm. t No. Issued th* 7th Warrant during month ___ Warrant during I
A J ORIF..s. day of c'g ;. A. 1933. has filed Bal end month O D .... 14076 Bal. end month ". DDUt 11
tor Governor curing meat. See'1.
of ..
HAITI* my offlc ha* mad ap UI. No. No, 14
Florida subject --,-.. plcaton for a tax deed to b* lued Bal begin/ month. O. D. ._ 1.383.45 Bal begin month o 1> :
"D' rK APpiir\Tio> Said certificate embrace* H.celpt. during month 3426 Receipt during month
More '
to the Democratic than 9.OOO Oi .n
new varieties Warrant .
of Fonemite ...' U. th* followingdescribed property In during month ___ during inontnBal. li
primary dahlias have been produced within <" Hill '' IH.U th* County of Bradford, Slat* of Bal.. end month. O D. ____ 1.34.It W.rrant.. end O D '1
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elections next: the last ten NOTICE IS HEREBY Florida, to-wit Interest and Mnklnar F. l.terest.n'd l.kls'r. ;
years. OIVFN.
That A. I*. Stringer holder I ot* 4. of Ttlk 14 UI.'. :.:a No'
June ,
2nd and Certificate T.mpl. Bal begin month _______ lb.t. IIi
NO'lU' lni.ii.-d the 7th Addition to Stark In NE of 581 51 But begin I'
21r: there aroje one am* In my office and ha* mad* ap W of Ry A Nf! Cor of 8E"4" of Wariant durlniv month -.. I Warrant.durlnir mont I
out of the SALVE plication for a tax deed to b* Iued I- NWi, Ser. 28. Township 6 South Bal. end month ____._____ 804.9 *nd month __ I
gnat thereon Said certificate em Rang* 22 East, nut. *.. I [! DUt. %.. "
multitude of the brace.the following deorlbed prop The assessment of the ald prop Bal begin month ________ _.408.7' I BaL begin month : LI.;1 '
.J for erty In the County of Bradford erty under the said Issu. Receipt during month ___ during month
common people 666 11.01 R.c..lpt.
State of Florida, to-wlt: .d wa In the namr..rUtcat.. Warrant during month __ Warianta during month
whoxa name Is COLDSprice North-Went Quarter of South. L'nlesa .al called Jerry. Kitxt Quarter except 1 acre In deemed according to law. the DI... W*. UUt. %.. |
JUST JKRRY; they all call him North-Rant Corner and except 1 erty described therein wilt b* sold prop to Bal begin month ___ _'___ 1,62633 Bal. begin month fI
because he L'.. !. '. acre for road Section >ft. Town- the highest bidder at the courthous Receipt during month _. Receipt during month J
Is neither a lawyer, ALVR, NOSB OC, lOt, 25e .hip 7 louth. Rang* it Bant con- door on the first Monday In Warrant during month ___ 12.1 Warrant during month
SAMUEL W. GETZENCaadidat nor a banker nor a senator. But imopi I 1 t.lnlnr a.r.* 'nor. or le**. the month of Jun., 1916. which la Bal. end month __________ 1.808.1 Hal. end month ,
for he (It the friend of man and will Th. .>*.ment Maid proper the 1st day of June, 1138. Bal Ills*. N-.18 OUt. N*. I" I*
make Florid ty the "aid certificate lud Dated this 3rd dar 1936. begin month ______ Bal begin tnonlh .
STATE TREASURER a lane, safe gover wa* tn the name of Unknown A J. THOMAS. Receipt during month ____ 1.154.4 month-

11. Us platform. Mr. Getaen nor Genial Jovial JAPANESE OIL Unle** .al
state*, "As State Treasurer and a Generous Just Honest -_.. II.*.A. d".m.d according to law, the prop Bradford County. Florida BRADFORD Pal. end month .h __ .__ 1.405.83 Bal end month .- "
.. Capable erty d..rlb." therein b* cold to (OFFICIAL SEAL) COCTNTY.. COUNTY,
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member of the .various. constitutional Sober Safe." FOR HAIM AND SCALP the hl.h..t bidder wi 410615HNOTirt ST"TE OF HHAf"-ORD
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State Boards, I .htU strictly. Friend and Supporters of .........--0.-. ,...,..... noun on th. flrt Monday court-In I t hereby .FI.HIDA..rtly th* foregoing I hereby FLRIDA.li5ipi,.,

enforce laws for protection of t'te Jerry 'toe Commoner rrt A tcjuf ....Ie'lfll the the month of June, 1936 which I* tatmnt Receipt and Dlahurement Ing- .c.rtfy the a..1p,
lt day of June, 1936. OF APPIIOAT1O* of the fund '
people anel the Me ; assets of tb. State IT WCMUIWHM At All o..e..... Dated Ihl 7th dnv of April. 1916 FOR TAX : County for th* month of July. DI.bu.em.nt. month '
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.. Florida. All-Florida Candidate .*v ..tt _lot TIM TrWH A. J, THOMAS. 1.:11 I* true and correct, 134. County th* ( i
for Mn4 Senat* BUI 1.3> to th* best and
Tw ." N. ut I I. true
Paid Political Adr, Governor "- inn i ni mtmttw e*. ._ Clerk of circuit Court NOTICE 19 HEREBY knowledge and beliefA. bt 134. knowl "orr'.U"
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GIVEN.
of .
County Florida I J ORIFFla. .
That Odom
l-lO'St-I-S Br.drol Denmark holder of. Tax '"ountr A. J.
Certificate No. 256 Buperlritonden* of Public In !
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U-ONE STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1936 NUMBER THIRTY t'' .
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EDITORIALS Combined Program SCHOOL DAYS Ninth Graders I I There are thirty members in this v ))1I

Given In ChapelThe By DWIG I class who will be likely to receive (
Also To GraduateThe diplomas. 1

-= Best la the
,ated t. same program was used in I. il L. seniors aren't the only onea duck I trousers and blue! coats" while '
both elementary and high school A"tJJ
SCHOOL
BRSppoRD BIGH ( ,, who graduate I the girls have decided to wear
chapel last Thursday morning. The .
The Junior High seniors (ninth suitable light colored sport dress f :
udenta. Patrons, and AlwstnaeEDITORIAL chapel program was presented to I grades) are all agog over the com- es. i i
the grammar grade first and immediately ?iA
ing event of their graduation.
.... These students should have
., eI'c.u' L'P.I'C our ;
STAFFr.inch'ef following It was regiven WANT A -
A. W Anderson for the benefit of the high school. uP Af4' tiou sympathy for theirs too la only a 1,
---- IT m. the juniors will take their commencement. They are prepar J
___-Dorothy White The opened with "Father i :
program !
Editor Marwici lcltt NAVE .T___ lIC.l. guests to a midnight show at the ing to embark on the turning and i 11
We Thank Thee
Kry Editor-Marjorie a song, and
Rite Theatre twisting course of high school from
fl. __A. Z. Adkins. Jr. the Lord's t :.:
followed
Editor Prayer by the f"e. t Prizes will be those which at last
__Alice Roystei Salute. iT "OMe AH eTT; "rs'eT given to they may, graduate 1a1Ho ;'.
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Flag IT Awa'1
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Reporter
lat wearing the best costume. y;
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William u.VII'/ & VOd Mt'"l '
Reporter-Eunice The sixth grade girls then presented I tT' Away:
ads cc I ------.
three songs, "Dutch Lullaby 1 J. 'ftII 1 .
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," "Enchanted Garden and
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''GKTi t ,I ,
AND PROMOTIONS: "Slumber, Slumber. The second
\\.\RDS! yst
grades then sang several numbers, For GRADUATION. .

boor end Shame from no condition ':;Drifting, Drifting." "Did You I

T rise; liver: See a Little Rabbit" "Sleep Ian Z I Sh0.aesh

tt t well your part, there all honor Little One Sleep," "Lullaby." :. fM Give a B U LOVA watch !INo J

!ie.. By Pope, the great poet. Next was the high spot of the M'r

program, a musical, "Easter Pa- t '
saying with a no- J
a noble f )
Thai rade, by Mrs. Kincaid's first grade
If thought assisted by several high school : olh.rgift complete, \

H those of us here graduate, ob- students. The players were in e will b. ai selection of i :;;

n lobs, and begin our careers for costumes (from our growing cos- BULOVAwatches
yeM it
,ccess or failure, for better or for tume Wardrobe) and Mrs. Kincaid wt.ful as from fi
for years or but a day- furnished the music. This musical 'I
ore I
thoughtFul. ,
and work and act $24.75 ups I ; I Ir .
i must think was highly Interesting and was COMMODORE 15 |.w.l>, n
fitly if we would have the suc- well given. The first acceptable! "
very very occurol,*, d.p.ndobl.. tS4 7S
ss and the better. grade players were Margaret Mon- '

We should keep in view that teith, Ralph Alvarez. ,

isiness m growing, new discov- The high school players were: D.oicIcQ.orc t,.

,:es and Inventions are beingade Hugh Walters, Al Kay Carlisle, 1
and that competition is al-] Bill Edwards, William Wooten, _'; :
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keen It's the survlvial ofe Raymond Plummer, Katie and Vir- I \
ay LADY MAXIM. Round, small (f
fittest in this game called lifed ginia Fugate, Ree Thede, Elaine j c
the fellow who wins, who Wynn Margaret Hair. I at o dim J94.75 j i, t tI

men out on top is the one who Following were announcementsby I j .t
eps ahead of the game Mr. Gray -
If we would do this there areur .-_ M, [- 1f Q! j i .

steps we must follow: Class Meeting Held ; : : s

FIRST we have to be energetic. I 1:1: t.8"", .1, i .'
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SECOND we must be efficient. Thursday By SeniorsA VA

THIRD we have to be loyal.And 1E WAS of A MAlaifl SENATOR --- !, t
LAST we must be progres- class meeting was held by the -., ..' Smart, popular, p
seniors Thursday mornlnA A MP+ os..- .. Styles Illustrated 15 |weli S94.75 1'fyll's illustrated 'Ntr

e.Energy la action, quickness, the Investigating committee was -, --- --, -- .. 91.00 A WEEK $1.00) A WEEK,

1-up-and-go spirit that comes appointed to see about a party for

good health and happiness. We the class on graduation night. The Picnics, Egg Hunts Meet The SeniorsWell Junior-Senior Party

ould eat the right thing at the committee: Dot White (chairman)
Held Friday MondayPicnics Takes Place TonightTonight ORDER BY MAIL -
Iptit time. ,
Raymond Plummer, Elaine Wynn, folks, here we are for our
We should get plenty of exer- W. T. Weeks last visit with you this term. JU Jtril rllame Prices and Terms to Our Out-
.e and a sufficient amount of rest It was voted to clean the stage parties and egg hunts Is the night of nights as l f-Town Customers All Shipments tt 1 1'1'r'
t.lch Is sleep if we are to have curtain and buy a nice 4x7 flag anda were in style this and last week Mary Ann Wiggins breathed her far as the junior class is concerned Made Subject to Your Approval. '

ergy six foot staff for the auditorium.The Friday Miss Hazen's Third, MiesAdkin's first breath of air April 22, 1919, for it Is the time when they 11
Miss first at Hampton, Florida. She has at- the- seniors a fine entertainment
Efficiency and exactness are seniors voted to wear costumes fIrst Lilley's give
Mrs. Klncald's first Miss Middle- tended school at Hampton, Mac- --and themselves as well.
for ef-
nonyms- are nearly so, to the Junior-Senior Masquerade -
lency In work Is exactness and party tonight ton's first, Miss Hazen's second, clenny and Starke. Her best liked The juniors will give a masquer. ---1 flHfflnmlCf."CI4il: llTfJU IK'-JJ 1DUVALJEWELRV 1-
Is and her hat-
subject algebra
rrectness. We must do our workwe ". Mrs. Ritch's second. Miss Jacobs' ade party at the Woman's Club

expect to keep our place Ine and Miss Strickland's sixth grades, ed one Is history. Her favorite house at eight o'clock. A programhas Co. '

Bun We shouldn't try to "Justt ExchangesA Miss Edwards' third, and Mrs.Howard's sport is basketball.Mary's been prepared and will Include,
likes are to eat candy
t by," but rather we ought to fifth all had egg hunts. as usual, the reading of the Senior Y
and drive a car, which she rgslRr
the first to arrive and the ]last GRAMMATICAL: KISSA Miss Adkins' first had their picnic says Class Prophecy, Will and His-
leave We should see how much kiss is always. a pronoun, be- at the Adkins' cottage at her bad habit Is driving too fast tory,
for Her two dislikes are conceited 111 MAIN STREET LYNCH BUILDING ?
cause "she" stands "It. o
Lake.
e can donot how little, and withat Kingsley Following the party at 11:30: p.
and feminine people and false friends.
Is masculine
> son of spirit we've got to It The tenth grade had a nice all ... .. .. .. -
a gender mixed, therefore common.It She hopes to be a school teacher "7' -.:"-- :: *. X*? '0 -- ;r:"'" .:
day picnic Monday.The .
The THIRD step, loyalty Is one Is a conjunction-It connects.It seventh grades had their! later on in life. :;.-' !..;* ;_" ". :;.o. -", "U,... &.>'yo.. ;:.v:, ".'" i 'I'IedA3

the most Important, because is an InterJection-at least It at Immokalee as Now for Audrey Mae Hall, who
picnic Camp
|yalty Involves honesty, and soonor sounds like one. of Mrs. Marwlck and her was born in Hampton, Florida,,
guests
later dishonest and disloyal It Is plural, because one calls daughter, Elaine, who Is a pupil I I February 22, 1919. She has at- 'FORECONJ: ( ; 4 H
because
for another. It Is singular
rsons get caught up with. of the seventh grade I tended school at Hampton and
there Is nothing else like it. .
Too every business has a system Starke. Her best liked subject Is ,.
Mrs. Wainwrlght's third grade 1.
'Is own and we've got to fit It is usually In apposition witha English. Her hated one is clence .<. .. r
y yt
with the system because the caress. plans a picnic for.today, Audrey's bad habit is talking too i. ,, .;

stem certainly will not fit In At any rate, it la sure to follow. -- much, especially at the wrong .-

ith us. A person with the "I'm A kiss can be conjugated, but Society'Dot time

ght and the world Is wrong" at-. never declined. Her two likes are to read and .**> '.,. ( {.
tude won't It Is a preposition; it governs the In to 8h Her dislikesare J
get far in this world Bishop spent Sunday go picture
ours. case.However Jacksonville. false friends and conceited pea /'
Be It Is not an.,dverbItcan '
progressive progressive' ple also. Her favorite sport Is :
The never be compared.It fj 'Y"h",..... ,:. way of the world la ever on- Edna Pearce and Frances Peek swimming. : }.,, .V .
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ard and forward, sweeping over Is a phrase expressing feel- went to Jacksonville Thursday. Audrey wants to be a nurse, af- *'* > >
7
slacles and barriers like some ing.Mrs. ter she has finished high school. : :

ghty fold and woe is any little Long says: "This is the only Willis Smith and Billy Powell ..' ,."..I
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In where the ; ,
rtlcle that would stop and at- exception grammar went to Hampton, recently. Interesting Notes
mpt waters of progress, for it subject receives the object; and t '

,dl I) be tossed nnder, like somet when the subject Is delivered the Clarice Gill went to the State '
is William Wooten one of our 33:
of trash and be forgotten.We object squeezed. 1 Farm Sunday.
Exchange. graduates, was visiting us Thurs-
are like the leaves and sticksthe day.

mighty flood called progress NOTICE TO PUBLIC I Mrs. Edna Smith visited her sister -

dif we expect to retain our Graduation activities begin next I Callie Herring during the
Summer School starts Monday,
ice above the waters, we must Sunday night with the Baccalaur- Easter Holidays.
April 27. Arrangements and reg-
cepl the progress, the new Ideas, eate sermon which will be deliveredby
all
istration will take next
e new ways and methods, and we'I8t the Rev. Yerkes of the Episcopal Lois Moore went to Jacksonville week. place
do all we can to contribute Sunday.
Church here in the school auditorium -
arci that progress which makes at 8 p. m. The public is In- -=-- ? "
Mr. Galnus has about twenty-
16 W rid Strickland in }
a better place In which will Doris was visiting
class
vited. The graduation
":,. day by Jacksonville Sunday. five members In his newly organized -
Hav, day. "ttend in their regalia; the boys string Instrument school here.
you ever been walking In and the girlsIn J '
'ng -im! gray caps gowns Eddie Hartman was In Jackson- t

d tilted up seen because sidewalks of the cracked action white.. Special will be music given. and entertainment ville Saturday.Mr. I Col. Fred B. Noble featured of Jackson- "The Ford V. 8 uses less fuel and '

foots ville will be the speaker A'r
that have grown and exuded The commencement exercise will : and Mrs. C. M. Howard were at the commencement exercises
,.and, while they weigh al- be held next Thursday evening at In Jacksonville Saturday and In
('at' next Thursday night oil for the it gives than
+Ide nothing, crack and push eight o'clock. The speaker will beCol. Palatka Sunday. power

We mighty blocks of paving? Fred B. Noble of Jacksonville. ---- The seniors had nearly all their
are like those roots. If we The Junior graduation will EXAMS GIVEN L
high exams last Wednesday and Thurs other have made
udy.< If
car we ever
we work If we do our I I take place also. The seniors will The seniors had several exam- any f
'rt day.
ann do It well, we too, can I Iw wear their caps and gowns while inations last I Wednesday and {

Position" id expand and push aside all the junior high graduates will 'Thursday. English IV and HistoryIV Only one more Issue of the Brad-

and barriers that tend dress In white trousers and blue and Geometry examinationswere ford High School Journal Is due!
hold| or keep us. coats (boys) and the girls will held Thursday.The AND ITS UP-KEEP COST IS THE LOWEST

.,Bg 10 business Is like that. The wear sport dresses. reason for this is to finish FIVE WI.V "BV

that keeps abreast the times Outside musicians will furnish Senior work for this year so that It was announced in chapel by
Studying carefully and learning musical entertainment. graduation activities will not be
ws all new methods and advances Interfered with.CALENDAK. five Principal students Gray would last receive Friday Bradford that- ENTHUSIASTIC sales talk often begin gallon) is less than $10 for a whole year's ) ; fj fjand

particular field Is the man COULDN'T DO .
'I\t"i Is going to climb one rung and THINGS WITHOUT WE ; OF EVENTS rendered"B" to for the outstanding school. They service are ends! with gasoline mileage. Some average driving ((8400 miles at 18 cents fi' !

l' SUccess the next, and of that ladder call- Scott's Friday April 17 High School Marie Thede, Alice Royster, MarJorie salesmen would like) you to believe it 11he a gallon). Here are the big items that v'
when he reaches Science Class.
and Chapel.--Home
, e top Recess noon. Marwlck, Hugh Walters, andA.
r he's the one who will build Chapel programs. Sunday, April Baccalaureate W. Anderson, Jr. "B" will be ( whole story of automobile economy. make the Ford the most! economical cart 4 !
te\rungs and climb them too. Vacation.The Sermon at high school auditorium. awarded on commencement. n. '

Rip van Winkle was an avla- 8 m. Rev. Fred Yerkes, speaker But drivers know For More value for 6
r and janitor. p. The W. C. T. U. will also an- ought to better. every dollar you pay. F
, v went to sleep in 1916, after The seniors.' Monday, April 20 Summer nounce the four winners of their

I twenty even years of sleep be would Report cards. school arrangements and regis essay contests on commencement the fact i is, it's way down the list. Lower cost for repairs and service. 't', t

recognize a plane of toy Our present faculty. tration. night and award the cash prizes.
why? Because be didn't Chewing gum. Monday April 20-All double The big items of car economy are low Long life. Slow depreciation.::

ep up with the times. Students who think they're in .section classes exams.
We should be hapPy In our work. love. Tuesday, April 21-1st, 2nd, and Jokes first cost, low up-keep cost and low deQuality means economy and the 1936 ;

person who I" happy in his work 3rd period classes exams. tr
the fellow 6h Mary, the little girl called to preciation. Savings here can make a Ford V-8 gives you more real quality f '
who will win out. We Ite and sooner or later, out we go. Wednesday, April 22-4th, Sth, !f'
tint like. enjoy our job If we are But don't take the statement too 6th period classes exams. the dairy maid: "There's a mouse
deal of difference in mile. than other No other
cost low-price
make around great per any car.
a iwlmmlng In the biggest
n, "UCC88' of it literally, because often an unpleasant Thursday, April 23-No school. "

a eat tell you wnat. a truth. jam job may be only the steppingstone Teachers grade papers. pan of milk. Gasoline mileage is more of a talking car under, $1645 has a V-8 engine. No a/' .%t
- teu times aa much 'Ice to a better and finer position April 23--Commencement Exercises "Gracious. replied Mary, "Did

hike j 81 spinach Why Because and one we'll like and enjoy. -B. H. S. Auditorium. 8:00: you take it out?" point than an economy factor. other low-price car has nterPoise

b Ice 'n11'' I don>t like spin- And In closing may I say Just p. m. Col. Fred B. Noble, speaker. "No," replied the little girl, "I N

)k. Irs the Bam way with a this one thing? Be careful of the Friday April 24-Report cards threw the cat in." Check up and you will find that the Riding, safe, sure mechanical brakes and k ?'1 1difference

t.ltllUld 'ucceu. It we like the job and field of work you choose. given out.SumJay.
the occupation, we are Because remember: Once a ditch- April 28 Memorial Services Office Force Virginia: (After between 17 and 19 miles a Safety Glass all around at no extra conf.

tat to 8t1C, happy, Willing. w. jigger, always a ditch-digger but -Crosby Lake Cemetery ifr. Gray had rung for ten- minutes }

nwardaa. much as we can and lawyers sometimes become presi- Decoration of Soldiers Graves )) Did you ring sir?
.". forward. if we dents. Monday April 27 Summer Ur. Gray: No. I was only tolling WITH USUAL LOW DOWN-PAYMENT BUYS ANY NEW FORD
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like our work its the oppos- A. W, ANDERSON JR. school begins. I thought you were dead. 25 A MONTH V-8 CAR ON NEW UCC s-J';' PER MONTH FINANCE PLANS.1J'11''r''TI .


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'''Iii -- Annual-----Meeting-- U. D. C. New River Association Garnita II uttoCeJebratesl0th i white birthday cake centered the Presbytery To Meet Her-
'Pl
dining table and was adorned with
!' To Be Held In Lake City W. M. U. Holds BirthdayLast ten burning candles. The Presbytery of North

Quarterly Rally Thursday, April 9, being The honoree'a mother served the of the Presbyterian Florida
!'ft The annual meeting: of the Sec- Chlu'cb
: '8cietyiJ of Garnita Hut- birthday cake with sherbet to meet In the WIll
{ i ond Brigade of the Daughters o f The New River Association of the tenth birthday And Presbytery L"b1lrQ
to attend. a
the Confederacy will be held In the Woman's Missionary Union of to, Mrs. L. S. Hutto'entertained a those invited of Starke next Tuesday
each guest! departed' they were gpollt||
I.. Ln Lake City with the Stonewall the Baptist Church held Its quarterly number of her daughter's friendsat presented 'With'a.ia Easter basket Seventy-five; to one hundred
", Chapter as hostess, on the moraine; rally Friday,April 4, at Pine their home with,a party. gates from out dale
Ali filled with .colored Easter of town
of April 23 at 10 o'clock. gaily lire
Church, Gainesville.An borne exppR
Grove .sear The living room of the was
:;' I Ladies' Auxiliary Wodman Circle Mrs. L. A. Davis, vice presidentof all day meeting was held and attractively decorated with springcut eggs. eel The, Womens Pre bytertllllo.
I Held Meeting the Brigade will be the presiding Those enjoying the lovely affair clety will meet at the
at The flowers. The guests
i'l.; Met Tuesday Night dinner was served noon. ;young lira,
with the bOlloree'we! The hoaxoree's in theWODlaD' buiuC
: officer for the day. Many ot showered the *Club
Tuesday NightThe course of the meeting was as follows gathered there and _Rn
';f.. The Ladles' Auxiliary, of the the state officers, state chairmenand : ". -,little honoree with lovely gifts. Sunday school teacher, :Miss: Dr. S. C. Bates of Penney .
I Presbyterian Church, met Tuesday Woodman Circle No. 278, past presidents are expectedto Out-of-door games were played Etholin White, Patsy and Barbara Is the :Moderator: of the Prf8bYlel Fal'llJa
night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Starke Grove held Its regular be present King.Hymn-"Come" Thou Almighty during the afternoon, after which Keene, Edna Mae :Moseley.: Fred- and Rev. A. W Pierce ')1 GI'tfu}
H H. Young. meeting Tuesday night at the hall, Every Chapter in the Brigade .. the young folks were Invited into die Wimberly, Elise' Green Katherine Cove Springs, States Clerk
Mrs..t. E. Wllsfcn- "
which consists of: :Martha: Reid, Scripture-- the house where a large pink and Stockwell, Anlce and Colette .- __. .
with all officers present and :Mrs.Vergle : -
Mrs. Marla K. Hull led the devotional Pine Grove.
Green June Han, Dorothy Williams Approximately
.
11 Jacksonville; Annie Perdue, Se- seventy-five
a j and Mrs H. H. Young, Pres Flynn Guardian, In the bring; Alexander H. Stephens, Prayer.Welcome. Julia Marie Dampler, Millie cent of the airplane licensed pp u
president oven the meeting. chair. Jacksonville; Mary Holland Mc- address by President of Favorite Recipe Jean :Malone: :Madge Brownlee, and I the United States at the prt9tnt
i' fit.George 1C: 'Ltfwry Outlined the The following names were bal-: Leary, South Jacksonville; Varlna Pine Grove W. M. U. 'For Strawberry Pie Sharon Hall. time are more than four years at;
for Presbytery, which Is loted on for membership into the Davis, :Macclenny: ; Anna Dummet, Response-Mrs. W. J. Epperson. -
''' to b8"*eld hsre-ttiesaay. Mrs. O. society: Mrs. Ernie Dowling, Miss St. Augustine; Patton Anderson, :Musical: selection. The following recipe for
'j' E. Stansbury gave a splendid paper Edna Lewis, Mrs. Mary Violet Palatka; W. T. Weeks, Starke and strawberry pie, which makes a
routine business
con-
Regular of
k Thomas, and Mrs. Kathleen 3>a-
Stonewall, Lake FLOWERCut
are expectedto
on the "Semlnol[ Indians. The I City ducted. splendid dessert during straw-
I Bible quiz was conducted by Mrs. gle. Those Initiated were: :Mrs.: be represented.An berry season, was given by Mrs.E.
fellah Inman and Mrs. Eva Hick- Offering
: Lowry. Incomplete program is as S. Matthews, by special request Flowers Corsages
An Invitation extendedto
During the social hour the hostess man was follows: Hymn-"The Kingdom Is Com- of the readers of the Tele- Funeral Designs
the Woodman Circle from the lag." Basket
refreshments
served delicious graph.
members of the W. O. W., to attend Call to order.
i to the members present.O. Inspirational Address-Mrs. W. Strawberry Pie)
the entetralnment which Is to
Hymn.
'. H. Green-her subject being, "Go 1 Qt. strawberries Attractive Arrangements
be held at the ball ,
Friday night Invocation-State Chaplain, Mrs '
E S. Notice and Tell. 1
cup sugar >>
I And Prices
24.
1'. April Julien Rodgers. Lunch. 2 tablespoons flour I .
The Starke Order of At the close of the business
J chapter ees-
Flag Salutes-Mrs. G. A. Wood.
Method: Line pie plate with
Eastern Star, will meet Monday slon a social hour was enjoyed during Welcome Address-Mrs. Max Afternoon Session and 'with t MRS. L. G. POWELL
pastry dough sprinkle
,1 night, April 20 at o'clock, at the which the hostesses served decious Brown. Hymn-"We've a Story to Tell '
: Hour, in berries, and
pour sugar I
PHONE 123-J STARKE,
i FLA.
>r I Masonic Hall. All members are strawberry shortcake with to the Nations.
:Music: rest of the flour, cover top with
i: ..", urged to be present. whipped cream. Response-Mrs. L. G. Powell. Devotional Scripture-John 3:16.: pastry and bake In hot oven un- / : ii l ,;:,: I : ,,:I ,: : i' InIIIViIlalllliliuVIN111161111iiIVNitlIiI I I I I lIIIII/ll"lllllllllllffl""R"IIIWlllii/ """"I I !::6i,;I IiX1111VBIIVndelhwWuainiililllGJNlnillilllH6dulluluVu'I '!: w

a Prayer. til the top begins to brown then -
\ Introduction of State Officers.
-onward R. A. Soldiers'sung reduce the temperature of the
i!,; Address-State President, Mrs.R. by Sunbeams of Pine Grove oven. When crust is golden
AFTER EASTERSACRIFICES
( E. Oliver. COFFEEFreshly
1. I r"' Church. e brown remove from oven. Serve
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\ ',, Music. I"laylet-"Courage"-by G. A.'. with whipped cream.
I Ir Roll call and reports of Chap and R. A.'s of Pine Grove. Mrs E. S. Matthews. Roaated! Freshly Ground:
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ters. Hymn-"O Zion Haste. EIGHT O'CLOCK RED CIRC'LE
Talk-"Our Training School"by ... .. "Rich Full Bodied" "Mild-Mellow"
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Luncheon at 12:30: -SOc> per plate
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r I MEN'S :Mrs. G. C. Smith, Gainesville. Ii' '
Call to order for afternoon session -
Report of State Convention.
18c 20c
at 2 o'clock.
Resolution Committee Appointed. RITZ THEATRE .4TA.LISere
; ; t TROPICAL Report of General ConventionMrs. NS.
> T. O. Brown. "Lead On O King Eternal." STARKE nOKAR-"I.orou8.\\'lnt
Report of other officers and Benediction.The IfVVHERE ECONOMY RULES|| Per Lb. 24c
1 7. SUITS chairmen. members o( the associationwere PROGRAMBEOINNTNO [ g gOggjgjgjgjjgggjBggggg>|
,' Education.-:Airs' F. L, Ezell. well pleased with the large FRIDAY WINNER ROCK GROUND
I 1>' Music. attendance at this meeting and especially ,
: :;11;{+< ; .: 9.50 Values Miscellaneous business. with the large number of THCR8.-FRL. APR. 16 A 17 GRITS 10 Lbs. 26c
: ,'i !': Adjournment. young people who were present.It "WHIPSAW"
.1 "if, was decided'. to change the
at
I'' Jacksonville Divisional FANCY BLUE ROSE-WHOLE GRAIN
::11111 time of the quarterly meeting to Myrna Loy
';:&!< Meeting W. M. U.Held In the middle of the month. The next Spencer Tracy
RICE 5 Lbs. 21c
..IILjv 6.95 Newberry Friday quartely rally will be held at Rat- SATURDAY, APRIL 18
1 ford. _
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I ill I ,II The annual meeting of the Jack- -
1 jv 1 r.}i, i You Never Slipped> An Ann or Double Feature MARV-ANN OLD FASHION
sonville Division of the Woman'sMissionary
W. M. U. NoticeThe
1-; ;1: i, a Leg Into a daintier Looking
;, Union of the Baptist "Lawless Range"John MEAL 10 Lbs. 20c
1 1j Ls,'" lye Suit Than You Can Get At This Church was held In the First Baptist business and program
J.: tip.! ;'r $ Ridiculously Low Price . Church of Newberry, Friday, meeting of the W. :M.: U.. of the Wayne
j f t",I; :' I' ai Smart Pattern and Cool Fabrics April 10. Baptist Church will be held Mon- "HOT TIP" GRANULATED DIXIE CRYSTAL

1!. 1:k.: ;.; t Fashioned to Give You The meeting opened at 10 a. m. day, April 20, at 3:30 o'clock at Zasu Pitta
the church Circle Number One, SUGAR 5 Lbs. 24c
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J.i''s Ideal Comfort as Well As Smart with the program under the direc- Mrs. L. G. Powell, leader will be James GIn .
tion of Mrs. N. B. O'Kelley, divisional -
!;. :m hil""" Appearance. In charge of the program for the _
i, ; president.The address which SUN-MON., APRIL 19 &: 20
if f I; was delivered by Mrs. F. Y. O. afternoon. PLAIN OR SELFRISINGIONAFLOUR
\
;' .r I MEN'S Ling, prominent leader of the Woman' "CEILING ZERO"

:.j g's.It !WHITESPORTBELTS ,- 1 Missionary Union work In Notice To Presbyterians Janes CagneyPat
China, the fea-
was outstanding
.. A business session of the Presbyterian O'Brien
It. ;i' + 50c to 1.00 ture of the program. :Mrs.: LingIs Congregation will be held NEWS and COMEDY
In tha United States for a several next immediately Sib. Sk 12-lb. Sk 24-lb. Sk. 48-lb. Sk.
Sunday morning
.(:. I ; A NECESSITY months study, and ia now on a following the.11-o'clock service. TUES.-WED., APRIL 21 and 22 '

.I,' : .'\\1i.\i P II WITH LIGHT CLOTHES the tour. different through Florida divisional speaking meetingsover at brought Some important to the matters attention are of to the be "Prisoner of Shark 21c 39c 7Sc $1.45

the State. A attendance Island"Warner ----
membership. gXull

::;: TIES -- TIES After a luncheon, which was urged., Baxter WINESAP APPLES 6 Lbs. 25c
' ( served In the club house there, .
, I Gloria Stuart
i i.. I'\I'I"; j ; 'l t1' And More Ties Mrs.burg,Robert State Walden Woman's of Missionary St. Peters- W. M. S. Business Meeting THURS.-FRI, APRIL 23 and 24 ONIONS Yellow Globe 3 Lbs. lOc

,1 \ Union president, took charge for The Woman's Missionary Society -
Y I \i/ ALL COLORS the afternoon session. There were ,. of the Methodist Church will "BOULDER DAM"Patricia GRAPEFRUIT Fancy Florida Ea. 5c
1\\ ;+'; >I:i ALL PATTERNS approximately 188 delegates pres- meet Monday afternoon, April 20, Ellis i
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h. 1'1Io; o'clock, at the ORANGES Fancy Florida Doz. 20c
ent, twenty-four from the New at three-thirty
I if I II River Association. church. I
n : 55c =" = = LETTUCE: Firm Head 2 For 15c
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2 for 1.00 - - CELERY Fancy Stalk 2 For 15c
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day-Ask For I III TEA Our Own /2 Ib 19c; Lb. 37c

' 98c to 4.95 4 LB. CARTON GUARANTEED SUNNYFIELD SLICEDBREAKFAST

1 JEWEL LARD 49c FLOUR 24 Lbs. 75c BACON Lb. 39c

SHOES FOR' THE ENTIRE FAMILY CORN FLAKES 8-oz. pkg. 7c

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GREAT GRITS 10 Ibs. 24c c"'F.T MIXEDPICKLES 28-oz. 15c BEETS No. 2 Can tOe

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O .98 I COCOA 2 lb. Can 15c rsor n MEDAL' PURE DELICIOUS GRAPE

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aS tPEli, 11. 1988 =. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FIX>RIDA PAGE FIV .
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The meeting of the W. C. T. U. L.
will be'held Wyman, forestry instructor at TIIERESSAMlra EVERGREEN and daughter of the State Farm, l ,,' r r'spent
Friday at 3 p. m. with North Carolina State University In ... .... .. Sunday afternon with his + ; '
Mrs. W. N. Johnson. District Sec- Raleigh N C.. was visitor here HktMla Weld.,,. t4..eaeode.t III. T. A. MMler, r <*Bf mother Mrs H F. Redding '

of retary of the organization Monday. He was i Louise and Bernard Rosier '
Bias aiompanled by Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby and were Mr and Mrs. Philip Sullivan and / '' '
i
his class in forestry visitors to Silver '
small daughters Wanda and Mary Springs Friday. children were visiting her brother. ) J' : ..
Capt. A S. Bryan, of Jackson- Alice and Mrs. A. H. Johns of Mrs. J. M. ," Rosier and daughterwere In-law and sister ).dr. and Mrs. ; r t

ville, was a guest Sunday of his Mr. and Mrs. Glen Searing and Starke were visiting Mrs C. Sullivan visiting tier' mother Mrs. J. S. Russell Redding, Sunday morning. ; ; I ',i
14 cal Nevisr son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and children of Jacksonville( were in There sllo recently Rosier Wednesday afternoon. I I n
Mrs. Arthur Williams. guests Sunday of Mrs Searing's Many friends of L. M. Gainea are Mr and Mrs Calvin Morgan of I t

PEOPLE. BUSINESS AND parents, Mr. and Mra Charles O. glad to hear that he Is Improving Glen St. Mary spent the week-end t' )
CONCERNING QUR Miss Martha Brownlee, of Jacksonville Searing '' nicely: after an operation In a St. here with relatives.Mr. C. A. CARVER ; :

OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWN was here Sunday visitingher --- Petersburg hospital. and Mrs. Bryant Redding I

PROGRESS parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Keditved Carlos Summers and Carol ; :-;' :.;
prices on graduation ,
Brownlee week-end in Starke the JEWELER,1 I -,1
gifts at Mlb-heir Chapman of Hampton, were visitIng as guest of I
relatives here recently. Mia Thelma Priest } t (

: :Mr. and Mrs. Ben C. Dickinson, Mr and Mrs J. R. Adklna and I Mr. and Mrs. J. Pearsol have GENERAL REPAIRING :A
J. D. Doyle were :Mr. and Mrs. Nat Steinberg of The Rev. and fra. M. C. Stlth of ; .Ulb.
,lid Mrs Lawrenceville,, were recent daughter, Annette, Jacksonville, returned to their home In Miami ,
Jacksonville Sunday. spent Sunday !in Daytona Beach and children and Miss Mary have been Mr. Adkln's : !
In visitors of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. visiting parents after a visit In Theressa at the
All Work Guaranteed '
lung with their son Dr. Sternberg. Scott. Brownlee, of Jacksonville, will Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Swindell, home of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. May ,';i r :
spend Friday and Saturday herewith of Theressa. l "
L. A. DavIe were Mrs Dan Loper and small son, IN GREEN BUILDING '"I 1
Mre. of Jack- :
Charles Yulll
C. 1'
and Major
{it :Mrs. Effle Johns spent! the past Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. Mrs. Florence Williamson ofKeystone Franklin
Tuesday.Rfp Delano have to Miami t
gone HTAKKE FLORIDA Ji
,Itlng In Perry sonville, was a visitor here Mon- the .4 \01 1
week-end Heights spent day '
In
Gainesville with
her
where they will Join Mr. Lo '. irk y
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day. son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Water Williams, recently with her mother, Mrs. M. per to make their home. 11
Charley E. Johns was a Mrs Freeman Johns.! and Walter Williams Jr.. Frances, Hall, of There_. 'jl'f :
I dos to Lake Butler Wednesday. Mr. and :Mra. A. H. Hall have Louise Williams, and Mildred Miss Mildred Phillips, of Keystone -
as their guest this week Mr. Hall's :Miss Beatrice Cady, of Jacksonville Montgomery, of Valdosta Georgia Heights has visited her father grace distinctive flowers .:'

ir, and Mrs O. J. Griffls and father, J. H. HaH, 'of:Wauchula.Mrs. spent Sunday here with her were the guests Sunday of Dr. and I. D. J. Phillips, here. cherry at herschel'' I
Jock. of Eustis were visiting mother Mrs. Flora B. Cady, and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell. I MHues! Beatrice and Lois Alford the ;

end' here Sunday and Monday. L. S. Hutto and.A. H. Hall sister. Miss Beverly Cady. entertained the young people of I phone Jackson 7-2120: f, i t.. .= f f''
Theressa with a party at their i :
Miss Marjorie Stump had as her
in Jacksonville, Fri-
and son,. Mer- were visiting home A chicken smart center pieces unusual j
Baln recently. plleau corsages
,
yrh Alma The Rev. and Mrs. M. C. Stith, guest during the past week-end (
were visitors inofgvllle day. was served by the hostesses at the flower for gifts \,
McMillan. of Jacksonville, Mrs. H. 1. Brownlee Miss Clara Langford of Tallahassee. k 1

Monday. Miss Vonda Iuman'peJlt, the past and daughter Madge, spent Sunday. Miss Stump and Miss close of the evening. it
Tuesday visiting at Silver Springs. I Langford were visiting friends In Mrs. J. E. Adkins and daughter,
in the
week-end WUQwoocT guestof
. c Manning and Miss Pearl 'ap 1 Gainesville. Miss Grace, of Hampton, were visiting FUNERAL DIRECTORMy
Lnnlng are spending this week Misses Barbara: and ;Mary Hoke. Misses I Mr. and l Mrs. J. J. Zeigler .'
Hope Haynes and Lula --
l I of Theressa, recently. Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Mo to Reader .i
(Tampa Mrs. Alma Bain, J. R. Kelly, and Redgrave, Sam Alvarez and Bill Misses! Evelyn and Marjorie SERVICE.
Howard Moore, student at the EFFICIENT, PROMPT! and COURTEOUS (
visitors Graham spent Sunday visiting in Stump, Lois Long Lois Adkins, k1
Fred Haislop were recent
and Mrs. A. of Florida In Gaines MODERATE PRICES
H. V Knight University l
yrs; Jacksonville. Marguerite Prevatt and Dorothy
I Simmon were visitors In GalneaJle to Jacksonville. Swanbom returned to Tallahasseethis I ville has been visiting his parents, DeWITI' C. JONES ,
Mr. and Mrs D. W. Moore. y.Starke
Monday. Graduation gifts at Mitchell's. :Mrs. James Shepard, of Hilliard, week to resume their studiesat Miss Ruth Zelgler spent the Florida yi : V'l f
is the guest this week of her son- the F. S. C. W. i + ,
Icol. H v Knight attended court Mrs. M. E. Edwards Is in Jack- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.C. ,--- ... 't 4k l;
of this
St Augustine the first sonville visiting her daughter, :Mrs.J. A. Knight. Misses Addle anj Rosa Baisden, '

elL L. Briggs. and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Stilly, of : j ,
Mrs. E. E. Canova and Miss Jacksonville, spent Sunday here
IMr: Frank G. Bauknight andIphew Mary Canova were guests Sunday with relatives. They were accom-
of Jack- !Mrs. J. C. Adkins, of Gainesville, ;
little Billy Page here was a guest Monday at the home of I of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Canova in panied home by Mrs. Alice Jones,
uvllle will spend Sunday Gainesville. who has been here fur several days
Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins.
th Mrs Bauknight's parents, visiting relatives.

d Master Page's grandparents, Mrs J. M. Mitchell.,:Mrs. Edward I William McLeod, of Cherryville,
and Mrs W H. Struth. Burns, and :Mrs. J. E. Wilson were N. C, spent the past week-end Mr. and Mrs. L:. L. Roane and

visiting in Jacksonville, Friday. here with his brother-in-law and two sons, of Jacksonville Beach
sister, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Kendrickand and Miss Margaret Adkins, of

REALESTATE Mrs. William Norris is spending mother, Mrs. Mary Dovei. Gainesville, were guests Sunday at
of and Mrs A Z.Adkln. .
her the home Judge
several days In Ocala with son
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendonand ..

Fred Dodd. little daughter, Jeanette, will r----
IF YOU WANT TO spend the coming week-end In Ma- Mrs. K. W. Parks and little son, M. /1 1a

BUY. SELL OR RENT Mr. and Mra. E. Sumner Rust rianna with Dr. McLendon'e mother. Billie, of Lawtey loft Monday for
Homestead where they will make '
SEE US- and Mrs. Susie Carke of Grand I a
their home. Mr. Parks Is State
I Blanc, Mich., were the guests Sun- ,
.day of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lord. : Mrs. Ovid Haynes, who spent Road Inspector, with headquarters
WILSONREALTY the past winter with relatives in in Homestead.Mrs. '

[ CORP. ; Mr. and Mrs S. K. Newsome and I II Miami, is spending sometime with FRIDAY and SATURDAY SPECIALS, APRIL 17 and 18, 1936 ''t t i, i '

I children, of Jacksonville, were the her son-in-law and daughter, :Mr. O. J. Griffin, Mrs. E. L.

guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. R. and Mrs. P. J. Pearce. Biggs and little daughter Dotty PEARL I FANCY YORK UII'EIU\I.S-'OOKINO ,') ( 4
J A. Newsome. Sue, Leslie and Bobby Biggs and MIL I K I
Mrs Donald J, Morris, of Wilma, Miss Mary Lee Wynn spent the APPLES 5 Lbs. 25c..
Mr. and Mrs. C. Hs, Nasworthy will arrive here Friday for a several past week-end in St Augustinewith GRITS r
PILF1 lOt('('',N''FILLY' TREAT. days visit with her brother-in- Mrs. Bigg's brother, Owen W. I.AItOE FANCY LETTUCE or
I-D: HllkoBt tae ".1'... _...*... and Mra. Elizabeth Meade were 3 Tall J9c
". In.. nt time from tiUHlii**. or the guests Sunday of Mr and Mra. law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Griffin 10 Lbs. 24c -
wirk.. FI..r.. and Fl..... mlmo Harold Gertner in Gainesville. Knight.Mr. I CELERY Eaa lOc lx
jlmltd. Mrs. Donla Moore, Mrs T. A.

..... Hu.*4..MMfnlly: treated rlprut .1.r and and Mrs. J. H. Rltcb, Jr. and Steele and children. Helen, Dorothy LARGE FANCY' UUNtJllt.r40-: EETM or
of Ktarko' for (..*.. tram. Mr.. and Mr One Wiggins I WATER GROUND h$
r.:. children also Miss Frances Hemingway Mrs James Stafford of Gaines Ellen, Tommy, and Janet, spent CHEESE CARROTS 2 for 15c
CALL OR WRITE were visiting in Jackson. vllle, were guests Sunday of Mrs several days recently here with

F. J. AUWERS, M. D. ville, Sunday.Dr. Ritch's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Mrs Moore's brother-in-law and MEA L EXTRA LARGE FANCY JUICY) s'' + w

n MI'Tl'At. LIFE BLOG., .. H., Rlt h. sister, Mr. and Mnt., J. B. Sapp.. Lb. -- .. 20c ',"
M II... SC ands Mrs. W. E. Middleton ORANGES Dol. 25c i iTENBEIt
JMKSONV1LI.U.! FL..*. had as their guests, Tuesday, Mrs.Mlddleton'e Mrs. J. F.'Patterson, of Columbus Mr. and Mrs.: Glen Wood, who 10 Lbs. __ 20c ,
.... ortnrrljr IB Charge of tkOrpl. Dowlr Ga., arirved here Monday and have been residing In Gainesville FRESH
.. ....... brother, W. Q.
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a. SL.of .herbal. Male.1)1. OJ. Infe, and sister Mrs. Mae Jones, Is the guest of her nieces, Mrs. F. I for several months, ,have returned ,Irl l YI
both of Jacksonville. H. Long, Mrs. J. H. Ritch and Mrs. here to make their home with Mr. JlEUSIIEY'M L A R D GREEN BEANS Lb. lOc : 1

_. -' ,-. --- E. K. Perryman. and Mrs. A. Wood. :Mr. Wood, ;k' s 4 :
LARGE FANCY JI11CY ,
however, Is still employed with the
NAT SEZ: Friends of Mrs. W. M. Wimberly, WPA in Gainesville. SUGAR -- llYzc
folks school commencement
Hell high 8.bLb LEMONS Doz. 18c :
exerciser are next week and who was taken last week to the f
its about time for you to commence Gill Hospital after undergoing an Mrs. E. C. Priest, Mrs. A. M, 10 Lb. 48c 92c
thinking about what jou're operation, will be glad to learn Darby, Mrs W. H. Perkins, Mrs

going to give your favorite son or that she is convalescing. H. L. Brownlee, Mrs. C. A. Knight,
daughter, nephew or niece on thin -- Mrs Q. W. Alderman, and Mrs. H. BEAUTIFUL RIPE BANANAS 4 Pounds 15c '

.t aU-important occasion. Of course See Mitchell'* window for graduation T. Hall, Jr., and Mrs. W. J. Epperson
m
there, are lots of doo-dads you gift attended the'Jacksonville DI-
could give, but nothing will be visional meeting of the W. M. U., NO.2 SiZE1'RINCF. tL
more appreciate by a boy than Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Randall and which convened in Newberry, Fri PIG EARS Lb 12'/c'

some new shirt. ties, socks or pajamas children, of Jacksonville, spent the day
and our silk hoe and gay past week-end here with Mrs. Randall's TOMATOES A B E'SAUSAGE

dresses will delight the heart of parents Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mrs. Bryant Beasley and her
any girL So give them somethingto secretarial class of B. H. S., whichIs MEAT Lb. 20c '
Alvarez.Mr.
wear. They'll appreciate It now, composed of ,jrjorolhy. White, 4 Cans ,25c Can lOc ;itl 4 4HOCKLESS
out
and even more when they get
on their own and have to pay for and Mrs. W; M. Wainwright Elaine Wynn, Lettle McGee, Joye l( '
their own clothe and children, Patsy, Bill, and :Mar- Griner and Ernestine Andrews
.,- tha Jane, of Jacksonville, spent spent 'Monday visiting various PICNICS Lb. 24c SPAGHETTI III.PLANE
Sunday here with Mr. and Mra N. places of Interest at the Universityof

D. Wainwright. Florida In Gainesville TOBACCO

PIGTAILS Lb. 17c MACARONI
Dr. and Mrs. Carl C. Mendozaand Mrs. Charles Larsen, who spent

Miss Gloria Johns, of Jacksonville several days here recently with her 3 For JOe 2 Can. J5eSJiLln1I
were dinner guests Monday brother-in-law and sister, Col. and
I evening of :Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin Mrs. D. E. Knight returned Tuesday SMO SAUSAGE Lb 17 c

I the occasion of the family to her home la Lakeland. Fri .

s 'gathering being Mrs. Mendoza'e day, Col. and Mrs Knight and Mrs. SALT MATCHES {4 ; 'I

I birthday anniversary vllle.Larsen were visitors in Jack on. CATTO 25c


---. .. 4 for lOc 3 For 1Oc 4 P
MRS. M.IJE JOHNS

GENT A WORD Ma. Allie Johns, 38, died Sundayat
New River aftera
her.home near
short Illness. She was. born in SILVER KING-SELF-HISING 6-LHS. 12-LBS. 21-LHS 1

I COLUMNFOR Starke and was the daughter of r J

Nathan J. Moore and. the late Naomi r

SALE-Marglob: wilt-resist- Agin Moore FLOUR 22c 39c 75cU IItjfj

ing tomato plants, )125 per 'Funeral services were held Mon- t
r 1000. See me at Canova Pharmacy.E. day afternoon at 3 o'clock with
R. Bowers. tf the Rev. B. M. Montgomery of the
Methodist Church officiating. In-
zI- DON'T SEND your mattress away terment was in Crosby Lake Cem- KOIIJNG i.
from home. Have them fixed bearers C, L. '
etery. Pall were
here by an expert mattress maker. Sloan, John Capo Charles Garett, BACON Pound 17c BACON Pound 12Vc w ,/
All work guaranteed, one day service all of Jacksonville. Carl Johns,
GJhere is no doubt about called for and delivered. Best E. Johns and N. D. Wainwright '
Charley
grade of ticking 400. Varnes Jr. SUGAR CORN, 3 No. cans 25c Argo Sugar Peas, No. 2 can 15c '
,
if...the all leather construction Filling Station,, State Highway, Mrs. Johns Is survived by her JUNE PEAS, 3 No. 2 cans 25c COCOA, 2 Lb. Can 15c i;

and correct work shoe lasts Road 13. lip husband C. A. Johns: two sons,
certainly make differ. Rewardwill C. A. Johns, Jr., and Everett Sliced Pineapple, No. 2 can 17c Argo PRUNES, 2 Lb. Pkg., 15c .?1 ,
big Persian Cat.
a LOST-Red be given if returned. Mrs. Markley Johns II; her father, Na- Table Peaches, No. 2l/2 can 15c NAVY BEANS, 6 Lbs. .25c ''t
ence in long service and real than J. Moore; and three sisters,
Itp
B. <
Flynn. 'ti
honest to goodness comfort. George Mrs Chas. L. Sloan Mrs. John L. I VEGETABLE OIL One Dessert Glass Free 7 } ..l I'
FURNISHED Cottage for rent. 5 Cfepo and Mrs Roayl George, all
Try just one pair and feel the Rooms! and Bath. J. W. Morgan. of Jacksonville. DIXIEMARGARINE I I 1 Coupon in Each Package 21 C ;

reason for their national Arrangements were In charge of _
FOR SALE-One twelve-year-old ALL FOR
DeWItt C, Jones, funeral director.Moving
popularity. mule'weight' 1000 pounds, good .
condition. Mr. E. L. Biggs; Starke, Pictures of Africa COUNTRY ROLL 'i ,
,,
Save the COUPONS f
Fla. .
___ : I CREAMERYBUTTER -
Dr H. L. Weber of Elat. Africa, I
$1.98 Pre :MEN WANTED families.for RawleJ&hRoutes Reliable a noted surgeon) who baa spent
of 800
many years in Africa will give a
!s hustler should start earning lecture in the Starke Presbyterian ,
$25( weekly and Increase rapidly. 20 r essa 98 .noun ,
Church Monday evening, April N 20
N LBS.
Write today. Rawleigh, Dept. at 8 o'clock. He will illustrate bin r Lb. 39c } ,
IT PAYS TO BUY ATSTERNBERG'S F AD-223-S,'Mempbls, Term. lecture with a number of reels of .

] FOR SALE $63 Portable typewriter moving pictures depicting African : TRADE AT TIP TOP CROC TO BE LUCKY SATURDAY 4,

like new $20. P. O. Box I scenes and life. Admission free.J!, 1
I
'681,.Starke, Fla.. '_ 1 lip The public cordially Invited. '






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PAGIt SIX BRADFORD COUNTX.Tl'LEOnAPD': 8TARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY APRIL n
__ ;1931w
-

II ARKANSAS STRAWBERRY" RACING SEASON si E

NURSERY PLANTS MAKE MIAMI--Incre 8ed I"venue,

I HIGH FLORIDA YIELDS TheLetter ;TATE- -L1 Hialeah and Tropical { !
during Florida's
recent mnnvrh

iI I PLANT CITY --Strawberry punt Box LIVE NEWSNews day horse racing sa.so.. re
SECTION
FARMERS In track Wilt
I obtained from Arkansas yield officials Pllllln.ng, .

I about twenty-nine per cent more larger purses next v" ar ,and eta
i of Florida in Short Paragraphs pansica of
and grounds.
picked fruit thirty-eight percent j K
Fla.
Conducted by Demonstration Agents Starke WIiIIC
fruit In fields director of Hialeah
more packed 1936. j
Ii April 11. announce
pr, ; Ill around Plant City than do plants I Editor Telegraph, added money for the Widener,
obtained from Maryland says Dr. cup stakes would be COld
u, .*i ....111II __ I I A. N. Brooks, plant pathologist In Dear Sir: ............. -- -- $10,000 to $50,000 next ralsedl'OIII
A recent trip to tbo Florida can- '. eaSOIl,
of the Laboratory
-
charge Strawberry ---- .
I I al workings, some miles south of POTATO CARS MOVE HIT CITY'S POLITICSJACKSONVILLEA ---

ii ii I Hints To Housewives RURAL j tion here.of the State Experiment Sta- Ocala, revealed a long, deep, PALATKA-Forty cars of early committeeof TAMPA REPUBLICAN ASSOI'SU:8:

Y 1 Florida growers obtain Mission- shapeless gash In the yellow sand Irish potatoes :were shipped one seven clergymen charged that -- HlJ1sbor"ugh CO\Ujtl\

COMMON SENSEBy At the time, a couple of contrac- day last week from the Hastings Jacksonville is a "wide-open" city, Republicans, meeting here.
for their
strawberry plants heard
Wflflk.y from Home Ikmonstrae ary nurseries fom the two main tors were still at work and it was district, according to the report that public officials receive graft, Robert H. Givens, Jr young
spring! TIIII-
i h tion SperltslliiU, TatllaJtaawee SPUDS JOHNSON sources, namely, from the Eastern interesting to watch the performance today of the U. S. Department of and that elections are stolen. The pa attorney who drafted the fin '

of the powerful excavators.The Agriculture field office at Hast charges were contained in a report Ida Recovery Act, of the 1831
Shore of Maryland and from a sec Itc.
I'' SHORT HOUSEHOLD HINTS STATE WILL BE UTOPIA tion of Arkansas in the vicinity of diggings were thirty fee logs, under the direction of A to the Jacksonville Ministe- Islature declare his IntentiOQ

WITH NATIVE RE OUJC'ESCONSEJCVED.ENJIANCED Judxonla. To obtain definite Infor- deep In places. In that neighbor. Stambaugb. rial Alliance, which recently opened running for governor on the Ilti

1 g of but little or no hood twice a crime and vice survey. publican ticket. Given
Plenty soap mation on relative productiveness they must be at least author of Will lilt
bleach is the rule In laundering of plants from the two sources, as deep to reach sea level, then TOWNSEND POLITICS the measure deslgbedh
beets and other household tex- Conservation of natural resources still RAVINE GARDEN CLOSES abolish chain stores In the
comparative trials were conductedfor | thirty or forty feet deeper DELAND Townsend national which .tate,
;, tiles. Piling too many sheets on a claims more attention now four seasons, 1931-32 to 1934- to make a ship channel So far headquarters has endorsed Joseph PALATKA-Flnale was writtento was sponsored by state *".

t' t shelf makes sheets wear at the that at any previous time in the :35!: at Plant City. I the excavation has been through E. Hendrlcks, DeLand attorney, as the 1936 season at the Ravine ator Henry C Tillman

folds. So does ironing in the folde. history of the country. Nation, I The plants were secured from loose sand only: later It would have candidate for congress from the Gardens here this afternoon, culminating r -

An on all fabrics the less Ironing states, counties, municipalities, organized the two sources In February or I been through rock by means ot newly created fifth congressionaldistrict i I the most successful pe- Help Kidneys;

y the better, and never use an extremely groups and Individuals are March and from different blasting. The gash made so far Robert H. Wingfield, secretary riod in the three brief years the

1f k hot iron. Rough spots on being awakened to the vital neces- men each year so as to amounts to no more than a tea of the board of directors of local attraction has been opened to !BMMatfi&aClaud.

Cede or springs often snag sity of preserving and enhancingwhat the nurseryman as a nursery// spoonful taken from a twoquartbowl fifth district Townsend clubs, an- the public. Decision to close the _

8heete'l we have, for both utilitarianand plants were set In the of soup; yet It has cost $5,- nounced here this week.CH.1NCE I gardens was reached by .the city pain.Y ........1...."ss

There's nothing new aesthetic values.In the Strawberry Laboratory In alternate 400,000! commission at last Tuesday's meet- rL+etw.wrn..rltnciu..

3 : coning. greens with butter, but pioneer days there was such plots of four to five beds ...
I U. S. have always ) Ing. Cratcur
army engineers wbwru7
AT FILM FAME :::
! 1' \ browned butter gives quite a different abundance of timber and wild life each. Plants from these nurserieswere been cross-state =

t ;'t 1 flavor. A little onion Juice that often the primary problemwas In turn set on alternate beds l canal, as not against necessary a and be- TALLAHASSEE-Florida have announced State TRIES TO WRECK TRAIN -- -- -
officials
t illf-' improves greens for many persons, how to get rid of some of it. In the field In the fall, and given cause it would not earn enough for College Oliver of West Palm PENSACOLA-Sheriff H. E.

I : or a tablespoonful of chopped onion Now, with the great majority of I the same cultivation and fertilizer first cost and upkeep. But en- Beach Carolyn of the senior class Gandy said he had just arrested Tompkins
l cooked tended In one or two both timber and wild life decimated treatments. president
I. ;Ir.; couraged by the eagerness of the had been selected as one of Mrs. L. W. Venn of Ferry Pass on
, r \\1.; tablespoons) of butter and then the problem Is one of preserving Half of the beds were set with here
. I New Deal to spend money on any a warrant charging her with conspiracy -
tal-
six winners of motion
mixed with the dish of chopped of It that future a picture
f.I.i. a rightful share plants of Arkansas origin and half old excuse, some interested speculators to wreck a Louisville and I
ent contest in the United States.
Bacon, fried crisp and its L
greens. generations may enjoy with plants of Maryland origin.
Qi and politicians applied to Nashville railroad train on which
J,;: broken into small pieces sprinkledover use. Records were kept of the fruit pro- It for funds for a canal. The army Miss Oliver will go to Hollywood her husband was the engineer. He
with all
18 paid,
la another favorite April expenses
I.' the top Florida, with its 23,000,000 duced on each bed and the sums of engineers, as usual, repudiated the said Mrs. Vann was charged with'
tests.
for further
iil$, : seasoning for greens, especially If acres of lands better adapted to the yields from all beds set with 'project, estimating its cost to be screen A hiring two negroes to wreck the
'>' some of the bacon fat is poured and related enterprisesthan plants from each source were com t"t
9. forestry nearly two hundred millions of train in an attempt to kill her hus-
j ''iii''i ? I over the dish, too. A mixture of to the exactness needs of cultivated pared. For the four-year period, dollars. But the accommodatingPWA THROWS TIlE BCIXPALATKA band and collect his $3,000 double
'' olive oil, salt and vinegar or lemon -Dr. G. M. Zeaglerwas
: the Arkansas
\ crops, is fortunate In still plants averaged had a survey made by Its Indemnity insurance.
/ with a little added celery hurt and his car considerably -
Juice painfully
having a good share of Its natural twenty-nine per cent more picked own complaisant engineers, and

i If'ii :", eeed or celery salt, is another idea. resources intact. Yet there is vast fruit and thirty-eight per cent they, by making use of, in part, damaged in one of the I v

I room for Improvement of these, more pack fruit than did Maryland natural waterways, claimed the most novel highway accidents on r "

.;,I j" Space under the stairs can be !' and crying need for conservationof plants. thing could be done for $143,000- record. A big black bull, roamingat 'V

)..: divided into two coat closets, a' them. 000. Without authority by con- large on the highway near Bost-

J h'I mall one for children and a higher With 1,263,909 acres of lands in grounds. More systematized roadside gress first $3,000,000 was given to wick, was picked up on the ".cowcatcher" vMlsNens.
needed Imme-
one for adults both reached I National Forests, with another 2,. diately plantings, he said.are start the project; later $400,000 of a north-bound truck Be S"e They Properly 3

I'll! Ii from the side. This is more convenient 003,911 acres under organized for "We should was sent. But then congress and thrown figuratively into the Cleanse the Blood
ef-
plan now more laD of the physician: who was drlv-
than a deep closet under the eat fire control in cooperation with ." whose prerogative it was, refused -
I fetlvelv for the future. he em south. Neither the car nor the YCJUR kidneys arc constantly filter.
G'IV' .: stairs with an end door. the State Forest Service, and seven phasized. "Not in a small way, as more funds, thus stopping the Ing truck was overturned, but the sud- tc matter from the blood

I state conservation laws passedby has been too frequently the case In work. tb.*m. But kidneys sometimes l.g in
den bruised the medico.
i A Lean meat and fish, eggs, milk, the 1933 State Legislature, a the past, but on a coordinated, sys- The proposed route for the canalis Impact their work-do not act as future In.tcndeo.la.1 -

whole grains, beans and peas are splendid start has been made In tematized and well planned scale. marked on the new sectional to remove impuritiet thtpoitnn
the
t BUILDING PROGRAMTALLAHASSEE when e
system retained.
.I good sources of phosphorus in the this direction. The Evergladesarea of It leaves
Then the future of Florida would map Florida. the St. Director M. Then you may suffer nagging badc-
diet, needed for good bones and Is under consideration by the be reflected by broad avenues of' Johns river a little above Palatka, Ross Watson recently-reported 431 ache,dittmeusc.ntyortoofrequent FOR

teeth In addltln to calcium. National Government as a national live: oak, slash pine, long-leaf pine, then southwest and west to where in the urination,getting up night,puffiness
men are employed $1,800,000
park. One state park High- tung: oil, crape myrtle, and Australian Orange creek empties Into the at state Institutions under the eye/ 'feel nervous, miterbU .- CONGRESS"Send
Native flagstones make charming lands Hammock, Is practically pine In localities adapted to Ocklawaha. There It makes a building program -all upsetDon't
f garden and entrance walks and complete and five others are under and that many will remainon delay? Us* Dean's Pill.
of ,I' these various species. They would right-angle bend toward the south the payrolls for the remainderof Doon't are ctpeciatly!I 'for poorly functioning a Business Men\ (to
t often may be bad for the trouble construction. They are the Myakka not be all in mixture but In con- and enters the river mentioned, kidneys. They "
this year. The program, financed arc recant.mended Congress.
I hauling from nearby places. Sometimes River, Hlllaboro River Gold tinuous broad then In It
avenues very much on a southeasterly axis funds by g'atefulllHrt the countryover.
with state and Federal ,
bright-flowered low-growing Head Branch, Torrreya, and Fort as is now the case with palms in for about eleven miles, leaves it last fall. Get them from ny druggist Native Floridian.
launched Expenditures -
plants like portulaca or thyme are Clinch state parks. many desirable instances." there and runs in a general southwesterly was to 1 totaled Heavy Taxpayer.

t planted between the stones. Speaking last week before the He pictured Florida as a Utopiafor direction to a little south and Watson up April said this financed$349,121 159-, Experienced Business :Man.\

Florida Federation of Garden Clubsin tourists and local citizen. of the mouth of the
as I Wlthlacoochee additionto Sound Democrat.
691 man-hours of labor In
Jelly that tastes like honey but annual meeting at St. Augus- well with I river
proper attention givento at the Gulf, making in Its
cuts with the i delicate texture of tine, Prof. Harold S. Nevlns, head conservation and paying. for materials.
development of course nearly as many turns as the .
fruit jellies'can be made aa follows of the University of Florida De- Its vast natural boundaries .
resources. of a Bradford county
Heat 1 of and 1-4 of declared PYNCHON FILES REPLYJACKSONVILLE
: cup honey partment Forestry, sub-school district.If .
cup of water to boiling, stirring that Florida should apply the principles NOTIC.-M -E. A. Pyn-
it In the County Judff'a Court of the canal will ever be constructed hon, state WPA administrator,
constantly. Add 1-8 cup of liquid of conservation to roadside Bradford Florida for
fruit pectin. and heat Just to boll- beautification, to county and city IN THE MATTER County! OF THE ESTATEOF -which Is unlikely-It will 1 has said "Florida will be dot- Expert RepairingSmith's

'r .( Jug. parks, to cemeteries and to home NOTICE MILDRED OF STRODE INTENTION: deceased TO, be under the. control of the army ted with Incompleted WPA projects -

MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL engineers, who consider that a if demands of labor unions for

D18CHAROR TO AI.L WHOM IT project of such magnitude and per payment> of the prevailing wage '
II I
BOREE FUNERAL HOME MAY Notice CONCERN In hereby: given that I have manence must not be weakened by rates are granted." Pynchon'a GaragePhone

"+ Full line of Caakrt Lt Undertaker Supplies tiled my final report an admlnlMtrarlx making it look like a gerrymander statement was released from WPA

AMBULANCE SERVICE deceased of'the, and"at ate have of Mildred riled my Strode petl-, line, just for the sake of saving headquarters here In reply to a

DAY AND NIGHT lon for final dlncharKe, and that I some expense. The "boondoggles" resolution of the Florida federationof
will apply to the County Judge of who planned the present labor at its Orlando conventionIn 120
53 PHONE 53 Iradford County Florida for approval -
'ilr of the name and for final discharge route, did not consider that a ship which the administrator's removal -
G. II. BENNETT
Mffr. aa ouch admlnlMtratrlx. on master would be unwilling to.feel from office was requestedon Wrecker Service NightSSSS !
Day
"A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" the 241 h. day of April 1936. or
Pauline R Strode AM AdmlnlRtrarlx his way, slowly and painfully, the ground he has discriminated

ul ..'r eceaHdd of"the Mutate of Mildred Strode, through such a crooked and narrow against labor. -4

53-4t-524 channel-and pay for the priv-

h y.t_.___ _., 4 O'I'Il' To APPEAR lege.
.It appearing, by affidavit filed In Any cross-state canal will have
that certain cane In the Circuit to: go through limestone, full of A
: Court. Eighth Judicial Circuit, Inand
5c' : -: C11t for Bradford County. Florida, caves and veins holding water. The I d_' '
milled Klevter Morgan Complainant engineers of the defunct project : '''
v Addle Morgan, Defendant, and u-.. -
the relief prayed. for being a dl- promised to stop up all such under- ""! ,....... """
orce; that' the Defendant ia.aresl- ground waterways so aa not to en- '
,
"':
dent of a State or County unknownto "
"""
the Complainant, and la over the danger the artesian well supply of .r 8"P
One gallon age of Twenty-one year., and there the surrounding regions. But could ;
'A'f' ...
la no person In the Stats of Florida .
could lift o service: of pemonal proceaa uponwhom that be done T Would not the water, .. .

would personally bind said under strong pressure, uncork the '.

thre.tonMastodon Defendant.IT IS OnT> REI, that the Defendant fissures as fast as they could be LJM '
Addle. Morgan appear to plugged up-for that sort of pro \
tI the Hill of Complaint on the 4th L
ri cedure has and whatIt
no precedent
1L M ?-
of May, A. I> 11)36. otherwise a
i, sly- 3i! miles ree pro confenno will be .de-I I means cannot, as yet, even be
against I her for failure to guessed at: The jars from blast- \ "
It In further Ordered, that thla or- .oaID'
P del' be publlnhed once a week for Ing would, naturally, enlarge the 'I
t tour rfinuecutlve weeks In the Bradford channels thus making their clueing '10 "
County Telegraph, a newspaper .
_. 1
of general circulation published In more difficult. And It seems
.
: :9
v
Iradfnrd County, Florida to have been taken for granted
"oaTHs
WITNESS my hand and official "
i inj eat of nald. Court this Vttth day of that the mighty stream that supplies -
Marc-h A. D. 19 1 6. Silver Spring, comes from

nj I 5.1. n .&e. (OFFICIAL A. ,J.SEAM THOMAS I, the north; but It may come from

1 Clerk of Circuit Court some other direction. The pro .RESO.

/ -27-5t-4-24 posed canal route passes about 111ESE LctH q tt.T. 'I rir

\1 'liT":"'" aLF five miles south of the spring. If :: 1RIP .1 o.
1 ', \ NOTICE lii hereby given that under the supply of the latter should be E'I1tR't(: \6.20 ::1.9.20
and by virtue of a Final Decree .RS ..
? Ve '; of Fore<'in.ur. made and renderedby struck during the digging- -what $ ) W. T'yE", YORK 26.55
$ the Honorable H'L Sebrlng. \4.1'
.
t 4 ,h I e11.111 Judge of the circuit Court of the would happen then? $1'lt' "IIILADEU'III\ 20.35 s'3,05
1 Aq 8th Judicial Circuit\ of Florida. In : ,80 .\1.30
and for Bradford County. In Chancery .' The great gash to show for the I ; 5..0 CINCINNATI 30.25 ,

dated March lath 1936, In that large expenditure will be of no use 'G 4.10 =,,\6,0 20.35 T

tI ertln canae The Federal therein I lately Ljtnd Bank endinghetween of to anybody, and the neighboringcattle : 2.60 CIIIC\.GO .\1.30 ,

Columbia I and J E. Bo. owners will have to fenceIt .. .. 4AaL0U1SViLLE .\'1j0
hannan n.rl wife.ffha Bohannan.; In places. It is mighty fora .r 2.45 955
., al., Defendants, the underalgned, easy .
I ( who wa. therein appointed a. Special cow to get Into It. but to get out J&Sk" 31-60 ..
Manter In Chancery to execute Is else.Yours ; fiivB
; something ,
.. %t4 7c1 the mme. will on Monday, the 4th : 22.00 ,
day of May. 1936. during the legal truly, \ .-"
hourti of sale, before the CourtHouca H. E. LAGERGREN. f' ,,' \0. r-nl :29'I'
.t. f t tF ta door In Starke. Florida, cell I.A1 to. the highest and beet bidder, for ....---- 7,00 ?
,, \0.\0
.
rash the following described land, I .9 "
? (
nltttate, lying and being In Bradford -
County Florida' to-wlt; GA\NESV\LLE.'O 1..5 feaK 0 lg'p,
N14\ of Nta/Va/ of NW>4 of Sec 85, S \1.20

iG 3 t 4 r ts'16r't' b :I'mllo.t.hrI: : of..Range,. deecrlheia. 22 Kant 1 1i 'VEttO .,. g.55 .'.10 SASANeKE \ ..- 8.85 \6."
beginning at Northwest WEST -
corner 2,60 12..0uNoN
i of Heo 3fi, Twp ft So. of ISe KEY "" .'T' 7.l'iVip. <
}J Itange 23 Eapt. and running Int 3.75
Kant 1320 feet to the S. A. I... PALES .; A.lS J'e CJ\ATfANOOG\"toNT.I..bon' -1
I Hwy thence South and parallel There wee 101 \.A1 .. \0.35
with the Went aide of the 8. w" war for a) .-e... 5.15 S'T
EXTRA "LIFT"1f1 A. U Kwy 330 feet, thence \Ve t fVOrVlLMd ass t. be Injar.rd Lauderdale .' blouse
' to the Section line dividing Sections .. year proertr. Fi BUS Court
34 and 35, thence North .. Vow need o..oslt
IM || AIII 310 feet tu the point of begin HeaKeaee ll.-

: U"w road tests prove' 15% nina.Alt...commencing at the South- { kllltr.HAROLD Zo.w S511T11!, Agnt
went corner of Section: 2.. Tp 5 j E. n.
South of Range 22 East, and )IRS
to 20% more smooth power running Filet on the Section line
r of 1320 foet. thence. North 420 feet r .i.iV
.
C.WALLfffirrnHmiMttTvefr
th.n..e.t 1320 feet thence
;
It. t.1 Attt tfi I 5ncfr/ Dale f -=-==:- beginning.Containing South 420. feet to the point of


I '.11 or lena and In being all II In acrea...' HI.HI TiM turn' m' ,Fu' i

@ Agent Sinclair' Kufining Company ('Int.) and East 33\In. Twp.Bradford South\ County of more I '

'l.{, Foil 81NCLAIK PRODUCTS with the apptirtenancea. Said
'I PHONE 158 be made pursuant to aald Decree to
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11. 1936 BR.-\DFORD COUNTY TELEGR.\PR. STARKE FLORID.t r.\OE SEVEN!:'''

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DIRECTORY f with desperate sympathy.-She-said- 1 I i my'life; He stood'bac'k, squintingat I II "It probably wasn't anything Important But In such close proximity i : she .i I r't

.tRKE 'TitRCH :: IFE. 6r "Darling, we'll work it out." Then his handiwork admiringly. "AndI ." was far to much of a temptatl -. ," f

nEST nvpflST; CHCBCH -1 -I Ir she offered her lips to him and I could make a living doing that, She giggled. "You won't get It Van swooped again_ :,:i

C. !., prlc PastorSuaday ,, their kiss was long I and fervent... I too out of me that way. Anyhow themood'a Ted and Anne Barker. Linda's' i,''t
Rt\ m
School. 10 clock a -- l The car had started off and was gone. Its all different now. .
guests for the evening, were seated
:Suptgornlag P UREl4R ''I' The Sanford limousine with Fin- I i passing through the gates. Finally Masterfully, Van tossed the tow- a
f1ODU' on the sofa, while Van balanced !
y,a'ship,, 11 a. In.Pt I 1 1V nev at the wheel was speeding Whitey asked "Aren't you going ol aside "It's all gone, eh ? He himself on the arm of Linda's

-; i5 I: p. U1.i'el1lng iA smoothly along thc oncrete roadto \ tu say anything?" eyed Linda as if she were some
( "I chair. Before-dinner cocktails jl,i
( "
Worship, 1:30: p. m. :::4Js" .... .2 Its Long Island destination In I For answer Van burst Into uncontrollable rare tidbit "It Is, eh He advanced a
1 MtIIII ........_..5Atl were In the act of being hoisted. .r
\
Meeting. Wednes- -"'- the rear of the car. Van was dictating laughter. "You can't "It is? Swooping downon
__ I
Teacherl _rrt _0-.. ,. Anne popped the last bit of a I
S, S D feverishly to Whitey.H I believe It," he grasped, "He tried to her, he found her lips and press t '
: cracker: topped with liver-paste, I
fc-week I Prayer service Wed- SYNOPSISVan I think you'd be waiting. We work- stopped. "Where am I?" talk me into it. Believes It's his I ed them Into flame. Then, with his Into her mouth '

8 m'Mthodlst and Linda Sanford have ed until eleven. I couldn't have "The reason I prefer making In- idea now. He fell like a ton of face close, he said softly, "But the

slay P had three years of extraordinarily gotten to the theatre In time." dividual contracts Is . Whitey bricks." Then, omitting no detail, first time you bid three spades to- Her eyes gleamed greedily "Our ;: ,;'
Church baited read back anxiously. he launched Into a full account of night I'll break that lovely neck, butcher sends us the most Inconsiderate "
a happy marriage, on "That's all right he said, real- 1"
the neck In chickens: she complained, ): ;
And since
B M, Montgomery pastor their passionate love( and mutual ly meaning It. "The reason I prefer making Individual the Interview. of yours vision "we never have chicken livers like..: 1 ".
within his line of -
Rev Sc ool-11) a. m. trust In each other. Van Is making She continued quickly, on an Im- I contrasts Is because As Plnney drew up to his door question was this." .;\ \ I
sundaY Van said, "Take Miss Wilson he saw no reason for neglectIng .
Worshplla.m.League7:30 secret plan for the merger pulse of confession, I might have I have found from expert-, With an Indulgent smile for !
lornll1g enticing
.
Ep\\'Orth : p. m.ping of his magazines with the American been able to get to the theatre In I enre He gave it up. "I don'tknow home He leaned Into the ton- on of its particularly women and their prattle Van turn-
hollows j
Worship 8 p. m Weekly, owned by J. D. time but they asked me to stay. what I've found from experi- neau of the car. "Whltey.' If even Breathless, Linda pulled away. ed to Ted. "I've never seen you }if.!t ,'
sere the faintest rumor of this ever gets
all these "
Invited to: Underwood. Van's secretary, ence. My mind's not on this. He
| They were having in life Ted. What J
You are> a party. Then her head tilted to one side look better your '
"Whltey" Wllaon, Is wholly absorbed mused aloud, "I've got a lot of respect out with yourself, ,y
5. He was genuinely Interested. She nodded vehemently. "I understand Inquiringly "That tie has been remade are you doing anyway
In his Interests. One for Underwood will h* real- I
? He noticed Linda craning
Presbyte-riun Church "How was It?: V S." since this morning, she declared
,
Just ts she Is leaving for ly fall for that hooey?
night
her neck "What do want,
H. U>wry. Minister Her eyes closed and she spoke "I can't even tell Linda anything with posltlvcnesH you l
.ev George the theatre with Date Evans chewed on ner pencil, resisting '" \'
m.Sabbath School as If lost In enchantment "Youcan't Whltey about IL""You "You observant little minx!! dear T"'l
10 her flanre. Van calls her. to gooter a fierce desire to smooth "Simpson! Get Anne the chicken J, s slivers
SAM.' Morning Worship; believe It. Their home can trust me." Van thought fut A lie, even an .
the National Weekly figure of Vane '1' :
: the pastor. and the people that were there. back a recalcitrant lock Van found Linda at the head of Innocent one was no good unless darling i ,
mon by Young Peoples V- at his home. Later, Linda Fred Mallard came up after his I hair. "He should If you're Van sauntered toward the) other : : :..+. i i '

5.00 p m invites her. to remain for the anniversary show and danced and Kitty Camp- \ ing enough."" convlnc-I" 1 1r end the room where the platterwas 4r ,

Lr ServiceS party. Rut when all Van scowled and reposing on a small serving
Evening Worship bell. she's pretty old when she'snot i I I
pD the gurats. Including' \\'hlley.hu. on the stage and Battleship suddenly "Hello J D. t table. k, I.+.

I Rosewood Baptist Church .\'. left Linda becomes a little did a cloublesomersault from the you How's your back?" I]I J Gallantly Linda rose to 4 "', & "I've discovered," Ted said ear ''i +''

I o. Hemingway Pastor thoughtful and apprehensive chair and broke his wristwatch" Whitey screwed dp her face In i the occasion Her nestly to Linda, as If thin were a 'i
R'L. "
I every Sunday. Bible over Van's close association with Her voice trailed off. Dave comical Imitation of Underwood's : numbed brain held topic dear. to his heart, "that to

Services 10:1S: : a. m. Services at 3:30: his. beautiful secretary watched her. His face held neith- pompous frown. She peered over i only one thought i iqjr it keep In trim you have to upend. 'V ,h i::

ujy -- Imaginary spectacles "Never mind some time at It. I was at the club, f, t ', n.
In afternoon. er rancor nor envy, only the full, r.
dock LION'S DEN What here for?" I the all afternoon {
TO THE Indomitable expression of his deep that, son. are you swimming In pool .
I BETIIEL BAPTIST CHURCH love Van relaxed into a smile! but today and I tell you I feel like anew 'I i

Donnley, Pastor( FIVE his head He stiffened lei. 1 :
I Rev I* A. CHAPTER His lower Up was pushed for- shook ruefully. qjr man 'c. "

I services every first Sunday ward. "Yep," he said "that'lsomething. to attention however, as the : Linda heard the short pause

I Sunday School, 2:30: p. m. The bedroom door swung open ." He began to nibble ut car glided smoothly through the I' *, screaming at her.
and Prayer Servicesery and Into the a..a "You to get Van to do i
j Bible Study and Van tiptoed In. Automatically the corner of the small envelope In gateway beautifully' ought
Saturday night, Linda's expression cleared. his hand landscaped Underwood estate. r that," Ted continued "I huven't '

to out of the him at the Club In months ,
Van placed a warning finger alert. As he stepped seen
Instantly, Whitey was
First Christian Church his lips. "Shh," he said dramatic- "What's that?" She reached for It Whltey held up two fingers, : Van now moved Into earshot k? II p'

Rev W. T. McGuire, Pastor ally, "I just signed the hotel regis and tore It open. ed for luck "Watch him In car'l with the platter, offering Its con-

I Bible School 10 a, m. ter! Mr. and Mrs. John Smith "The surprise" A grin, like a clinches. 1 tents to Anne, jI,)
.
I Communion, 11 a. m. Scranton, Pennsylvania." sunrise, spread over his face. He returned the peslure Gallantly, Linda rose to the occasion !
7 m. Then he t t ,. Her numbed brain held only ( ,
I Christian Endeavor, p. Life flowed warmly through her Her mouth rounded Into a pink "Anything goes. fs t
7:30: the doors.A t to divert Ted y
I meeting Wednesday peared through grilled one thought
Prayer veins again "Idiot. oval, "Seventy-five dollars a week! AIM
and Van evade the trAp of hU
help '
m. enclosed her In a bear-hug. A twenty dollar raise!" She ; '
Van ,
Second and Fourth SLIGHT DECEPTIONCHAPTER; : own lie'Van ,
PlUCk-I
j preaching "Gwendolyn" he said solemnly, "If ed excitedly at his sleeve. i
don't take exercise
and 8 m. you enough
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ondays It weren't for the wife whom I happened? SIX I ," Ted began again ,
"
love punctuated by an unmerciful "It's all your fault. \ "Anne I '
Marks Episcopal Church I I Linda cut In rudely a
St. I'd make an "Mine
.
andth squeeze, withVan's wish let Molly make upa i
i Service on second, fourth his The butler had--disappeared J. you'd you
of but I "Yep. Drew a breath from
honeat woman out you ; ;; Underwood, a'! of liver and she can give you
at 11 o'clock a. m. hat, just as jar
Sundays In the office Picking backed to the hilt "I was swim
toes "I was sitting stairs for him.
the
wife waiting ,
at do love my i the too It's no trouble at ti is
and choir practice vital man of seventy walked recipe,
f Litany calendar. Fifty-five large / ut the club In the pool all
at
Linda loked up at him. "I'm the looking a her up, he bore her squealing ming ,all "

130 o'clock on Friday nights pre- beat am I not, Van?" dollars a week I said Next year Into the library. with laughter to his bedroom, 'I afternoon and one of the boys I Her, spine rigid, she walked toward .

ding Sunday services. "You're the tops." this time, sixty-five, the year after, "Hello, Van!" he boomed. | tossed her unceremoniously on the had' to do It," I '
the room.
dining
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She searched his face. "The' seventy-five. Two whole years out Respectfully, Van nodded "Hel" bed, then stepped into the bath- Linda looked at it with Van's Innocent dwcpUon has

only best always?" of both our lives waiting for lo, J. D. How's your back? rom and ducked his face Into the nounced distaste "The pro-I'I hewn( discovered by Llndii. And app '

BOB JONES He said softly, "Some day they that number to come around." Underwood surveyed him over \ washbasin divided Into two kinds of people," --urano are against him. Will .. t
1 mind that,
are going to put us In the same Whltey stroked his hand com- his glasses. "Never ?" "I called you at the office," Lin- she opined, "those who believe In the Incident blow over or haft It ,

Comments On HereHereafter son.Van. What started are, then you checked here for a grin.Whitey's I da said with pretended sternness' bow-tie ends standing" out and more serious overtones lie sure t a

"and left a message to be called those who don't. to read nest week's exciting" lnlullmenta. .
p---- must
rind JJ I tt&rr very words. The. .girl. back and why didn't you?" Van submitted to her deft ministrations .) ;? ',
be psychic. "Well now amused '!
tender,
His face was burled In the tow- with a 1i
the
Underwood clapped him on
"
el, his voice muffled. "Didn't go smile "And you? n
In the fifteenth chapter of the shoulder. "I don't care what you'rehere back to the office" he explained "Personally, I'm very tolerant, .
for '
Jipoitles. we read that there were for. It's more Interesting glibly. "I was at the club. What'dyou ask anybody but anyone who
me to talk about my back. Van IT'S PORTER }
lei-tain men from Judea who tried want?" thinks that bow-tie ends should be ,
kind of steam
f I've got a brand new deported from this country."
Linda pouted provocatively.
o> stir up strife among a group of bath Invented In Belgium and I tell' kiss her
: Too late. Won't talk Van dropped a light on
"Nothing.
hristians! by Insisting that these II you I'm like a kid with a toy. nose "That's how 1 feel about It." Paid Political Adv, ti

''Wstians be circumcised after the b "Do you know," Van said had con-a I now Van made a disparaging gesture. Linda said severely, "Stand still." 34 1' r, i1w'

janner of Moses. According to j versationally, "I Jiaven't ... .. : 4j a
good steam bath In a year. 1 ,
I'M' report there was much dissension Underwod stopped dead in his ? fI, E

among the brethren. How up- ::4 %$ tracks. "You haven't" His hands. 1931 CHEVROLET 1 1-"

IcHlate< this story Is! It, has been came together with a small, glee- TON TIU'C'K-Every farm You 1"

I'le' writer's privilege to contact eve ful Slap rubbing! A motion bucket of, cold water home make In excellent the county use of could this at& save

America
JMtgloua groups throughout sloshed Into Underwood's
being
was
Used truck. It will answer
I
and also In a number of foreign face by the determined a1 4 ,ilf

The "orthodox groups Honey," he said, masseur. The next minute and many transportation prob-
fmintrles t lems that arise every! day on

gree ,>n all the fundamentals "tomorrow you better Van too, received this gentle atten- the average farm. The price $50 to7it ,

hey believe the Bible ts the Word hand in your twoweeks' tion."Like It?" Underwood asked In Is right and first come, first 4

r' God. They believe that Jesus notice. a thin voice."Wonderful.. served_ !SEE' US FOR 8PE- 4

hrlst Is the Son of God and that c. Marvelous," Van n.\I. HALE PRICE. $

e i died on the Cross for the sins answered listlessly from his steam S this great spring clearance sale oS '

tf f the world, and that He rose wheel chair and whenever my passionately "I know just how cabinet.

gain, from the dead. These ortho- lumbago Isn't bothering me you felt."" Then Underwood said with unexpected 1029 MODEL A TOURINGThis -

Bon Christians everywhere believe look out!' Dave's mouth thinned to a grim directness, "Van, enough five-passenger
Sayl you sturdy
Sri the necessity of the new birth. Her relieved' delighted little sigh line. "I got up and walked Into beating about the bush What are car Is just the thing for CARS aj r"

iet, many of these Christians re- lost against his breast Poker Face's office, before I had you trying to put over on me?" on bad country USED
was rough usage l.
jjfuse to have fellowship with each time to think I knew that was But Van was prepared. "I'll. lay roads. An automobile that

plher because they disagree about Whitey, seated beside Finney In the only way I could do it. Then, my cards on the table," he returned any family will enjoy and t4 t ta

atters which in the strictest the car, stared blankly out of the he was filling his pipe . promptly. "I'm thinking of reducing will "fret a world. of good: out 1 r,
ense are not fundamental. when I In. I walked up to 'Mayfair' to fifteen cents. .
window. It had been thoughtfulof came of. The price Is right, and
Linda to send her home In their his desk and said. "Mr. Camp, I believe I think I can sell quality In quantity that means you can't beat Itnvwhere.

I The writer Is a fundamentalist. car, she thought with meticulous I can get seventy-five dollars ," !SEE' ITS FOR ; I i t tEay
e believes that modernism and week elsewhere. Are Interested Underwood was silent Then he
fairness But there was a tiny, a you f SPECIAL SALE PRICE
''indamentallsm are so diametrically little ache In her heart. in keeping me at that fig snorted loudly "But that's not DOWNPAYMENTS

ppposed to each other that it ts hollow Linda, who had everything, a beautiful ure?" He didn't say anything practical. You'll never get both SMALL ****#

Impossible to bring them together. homer security, a husband like just kept puffing on the match. II classes of people to read the same SMSti r

Hie modernist says that the Elite went out and he took another Hedidn't magazine.. 1931 CHEVROLET !SEDAN'

contains the word of God. The Van. head. even look at me. Then 1 I "We'll have to." Out of the connor itmWlyTt1rwa 1S i it
Fundamentalist It Is the i Finney was shaking his J D. Original Duco finish, clean
says that thought he didn't even hear me, of his eye, Van watched ,
for a lot of 'em, he tires that show
worked ,
'ord upholstery
of God. Both can not be "I've Finally he looked up and said, "How else can the advertiser reach t
"and he's really a great guy. little wear Thoroughly reconditioned -
ght said
,
There is no middle ground "Seventy-five!" and he smiled. Po both classes?"

'a man can be neutral. What do you think"?" ker-Face! I must've been white ala + "I know how.". Underwood said an dbacked" by 1033 CHEVROLET SPORTCOUPESee has been carefully checked "

"He certainly Is. "We could combine Na- 'an OK that counts. Its appearance this practicallynew and has "the OK that I
sheet! sharply
'He that wavers is like the "The Missus Is a" pip, too I'd do "Dave!" Whitey breathed ."Oh tional and Mayfair"" Is very smart and car and grasp this opportunity countS."SKE CM FOR SPECIAL : ;

eaves of the sea driven by the anything for her. Dave!" Van sucked In his breath "Com- attractive and It goes to the to enjoy Chevro : BALK PRICE.
'and and la what Bemused, she said "Yes. she'sawfully as first luckv buver.. SEE ITS
tossed. That "Honey" he said In weighted bine them! He was guileless SALE let's famous beauty, performance ; ;
'e read in the of sweet"Finney FOR SPECIAL
first
chapter he tones, "tomorrow you better hand a child. and economy at an un-
chuckled. "The way ,
amea.< A wave goes the way the not 1""It's PRICE. Motor A COACII-
shot In your two weeks notice. Why precedented saving. 1929 MODEL
rind goes it takes wind acts especially for a big radical The ad- r
a strong around do- Whitey shifted her position. ; too Is smooth, powerful and ec- Act today If you want to buy

o produce great waves. It doesn'take always clowning Is he like that Then, with frank Intensity, she vertising directors won't accept It"He onomical. SEE I'S FOR this practical car at so low a '

much wind to drive somele. ing crazy stunts. looked straight Into his eyes .'Wecould chortled to himself with the 1929 CHEVROLET SEDVIf SPECIAL SALE PRICK. Its motor, transmission v 4
> We all know people down In the office? J. D.'. appetitewas price
some that for
have a servant Dave 1 1wouldn't 1 I realization you are looking a and axle have been carefully
'ho change with every wind of I "Sometimes. thoroughly whetted. In a small Inexpensive : ',
kick out of have to give up my job. real bargain SPOILTCOUPFtThis checked for dependability ,,
must get a big 1929 CHEVROLET
ittlment. like "He "Like all
They think Just bristled. this Chevrolet
"We've Underwood car, see ,1
does It's all His face clouded gone has been and durability. SEE
her people think. It doesn't take life. Whatever he you're a little tires car "
over that." There was an uncom smart youngsters today. Its finish US FOR SPECIAL SALE
|uch wood to move a feather. It In fun." fortable "It's not like beIng opinionated Van. You'll have to and upholstery are In good taken good care of by Its 'f 1
the pause. PRICE
curled In, has been +
akes strong wind to move an oak. Her fingers slowly married. You'd be all tired out learn to consider Ideas from other I :onditlon, and altogether you previous owner and
"Yes .
rtea are made strong by resist- nails biting at her palms. at night. you've got worse hours people too."" I will sgree that it Is an excel carefully reconditioned by us. f
to M
ng the Wind. Its It's all In fun. The car came his dressingroom You can't go wrong with the t r
to
The
oak pushes than I have" He fidgeted with the Leading Van lent buy. SEE ITS FOR SPE
r opts Into the ground and grips a halt and Whitey" climbed' out. iteerlng wheel. "We're not giving he talked uninterruptedlyand MAL SALE PRICE. amazingly low price we are ,

be earth with all of .Ita strength "Goodnight. Finney. marriage a fair break that way. passionately on the advantageof offering on this bargain and 1931 CHEVROLET :3 PASSENGER h

nil resists the storms. There Is "Goodnight Miss Wilson. We ought to have a home and merging "Mayfair" with "Na- we advise you to see it today. CoU.f you kt

"o better way to develop strong, She stepped toward the Parked house at, maybe kids, like anybody"" tional Weekly." 103Z CHEVROLET COACHSee SEE I'M FOR SPECIAL want a coupe, grasp this opportunity ? I'

haracter than then stopped abruptly. circulation under SALE PRICE life-time You ,
to bare our breasts with "Yes, but on both our salaries "A four million this wonderful bargain. of a
;e !the Wnds 'of public sentiment the curb was Dave's roadster Dave leaned closer "Whitey, one man" he bellowed under Van's will be proud of Its appearance I
the performance -
M stand for the right though weaVe Dave himself curled up The on radio you're no tllke other girls In the nose, as the latter fumbled with his Compare and appearance reliability andyou'll 1930 'IIEVROI.ET COACH and performance, and at I ?

to stand alone. From years front seat fast asleep. crowd that got married. They had bow tie.Van prefer It to anything -.You can enjoy all the pleasures the low price we're prepared td'
t popular
., eXperience the writer baa learn- softly walled the latest attendant little jobs that didn't matter but peered Into the mirror ab- tho market offers at any of owning an automobile to offer you can pay for ;i 1
,1 all its "
i that there are very few people song about love and horse you're not like other girls In the sently. "Can you make a bow tie? where near the price. Com- without the expense of many months' operating '
no have to"wa miseries.\ A milkman's Underwood grasped with the savings.. SEE 4'J'L's
enough character you're getting more used to it all Kxasperately pletley equipped, ready to purchasing a new car. You costs ,
for convictions which are out clop-clopped by like tonight the ribboned ends. _"HoW'd you our used cars FOR SPECIAL HALE 3i'
to Dave's the time. You see parties drive away. SEE ITS FOR can depend on ,
line her lips ,
with the sentiment of the Whitey put Get He .and you see men like make It this morning? he growl SPECIAL SALE PRICE because every part of them PRICE.!: {
David.
, ommunity m which they live. ear "David! up. Sanford millionaires He' ed. .
.. stirred. "You'll be late""Okay did It."
"Linda
"A girl like you

FLoRIDA RIVER FLOODS His, ,mom opened Then and a small widened Has pleaded to make huskily up, her mind to get "Did, "huh? Fine! girl. Too good SEE US FOR BEST VALUES-TODAY! i'

1 1CHATTAHOOCHEEThe Apa- groan. eyes married and make a home with a for you. {'
who was
; River ,rising under the as he saw Whitey That's natural. What you're That's no lie," Van agreed ami
Their man.
urden of heavy rains In its water- seating herself beside him.
Sanford ably.
Isn't. Give your
ailed Monday showed of knees touched. He drew her hand loing "When doe your director's
a stage tomorrow will you boney7"A Co.
languidly iotlc Chevrolet
[ 4.10, feet dumping its flood waterstuto Into his, sighed and relaxed seat. vast weariness assailed her meeting come up?" Torode
back of the "
10wI&lUfarms' the
\ and impeding against Born of this hurt she must inflict. "Couple of months.

On tome valley roads) Livetack What time la it?' "I don't think I can do It Just "Good. I'll send you all the figures STARKE FLORIDA

wa moved to safe pasturage About two o'clock. you need. You can put It up
dear.
II higher I ground. No major dam- He shrugged pensively. "I" was now Stricken, Dave, Dave sank back against to them ril take a stock allotment I

rage '4 twenty feet. Whitey bit her Up. "I didn't ,the



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this gubernatorial race la getting
; E. L. Matthews.__ __ __ ____ _, _____ _Editor and Owner acrewy-er and screwy-er and after I We ha. "e several Improved Bradford County Farms: runirin

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3000. Terms of 20% cash balance aa long as 20 %
SUBSCRIPTION RATE arguments of all the different can- year a *
I, Intert'flt. Let u. show you then propertlw*. You do not have to wait we can trade today.. l'rlcos; %
didates for another month
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I" I ;. : : Soon be time for baseball and Thursday half-holidays. definite we ought Idea of to who's have some whobut pretty -

I I"0 this time the more you try to find

. Rudy Vallee recently had his nose remodelled. Wired for out the less you know.

; ; < ; '; sound, perhaps. Recent polls and straw votes I I FLORIDA FUNERAL SERVICEDON
Is
, \ : seem to indicate that Hodges ANNOUNCEMENTS
'I f :;\ POLITICAL
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I ". still In the lead but In certain sections HOOVER.

,', .j', \ : Don't laugh when you see someone with the mumps- It appears other candidateshave Manager
234 E. CALL ST.
old STARKE.
\ taken the lead from the '
you might be the next. FOR n% "4.TOR Ml'PKIU\TKM>E\T OF SCHOOL!' FLORIDA
r .. veteran. During the past thirty TELEPHONE 149
I am-V candthat4. for StateSena I hereby announce myself a can.
\ 'I o days the progress made by Paty of tor for Bradford and Union Cotintles didate for re-election to the office
I subject to the Democratic PrimaryY -, of Superintendent of Public Instruction KEASONABLtS! AND EFFICIENT
For who bonus there will be dozen to West Palm Beach Is phenomenalwhile
; every man gets a a &ur ..Ulp..t1'11t''be cordially appreciated of Bradford County, subJect
Chappell, Petteway Cone and If elected I will justify to the. will of the Democratic,
"Ij ;: tell him how to spend it. and Toinasello all show Improve the confidence shown In me. voters In the Primary Election. June AMBULANCE SERVICEWE
W. ..J CPPER8ON. 3. Your vote and support will be
:' .. p1tL ment. .- appreciated.
: The Mt. Dora Topic observes that strong well-built women It Is generally conceded that FOil KK%.tTOIl Respectfully A. J. ORIFFIS. INVITE. YOUR INSPECTION OF OUt

;,(!,' make the best husbands. Grady Burton haa the backing of of I Bradford wish to announce and Union to Counties the Cltlsens thatI 81 PEIII%'rENlttJNT SCHOOLS NEW HOME.

., I the present administration but his am a Candidate for State Senator I hereby. announce myself a candidate
.
f I././: 0 'talks would indicate that he's run- from the ahoy two Counties subject for the office of Superintendent

!, /i .' We cant tell when some of the candidates stop playing"Wahoo" nin against the Tax Revision to Jun.the Democratic 2, 19111 primary to beheld County of Public subject Instiuctloii to the of will Bradford of the Townsend ClubThe Easter Egg Hunt-

League harder than he's runnin' As Bepresentatlve of Bradford voters. In the Democratic Primary Townsend Club will meetIn
: and start saying: it. County 1 have fought for the best Election June 2. 1938. I feel that my Misses Katie and Virginta p
,\, for the governorship. He la. a force Interests of the People at all times previous years of teaching experience the High School auditorium gate entertained the!' ;
0 ful orator and will succeed in mesa- and I am asking my People for" this well qualify me to handle the Monday night April 20. at 7:30 thler members ,
: promotion as ( feel. that I am well duties of the office. Your vote and Sunday School Classes ,
wan
Wonder what would happen if every man introduced as ln' up a lot of votes for other can qualified to fill the duties of this support will be appreciated.UeKpectfully. o'clock. The club is growing rap- Easter Egg Hunt lastVe\

.:,; "our next Governor" were elected ? didates even if he falls to secure your Important State Office.Senator and Help I will elect serve me BARNEY r.:. McRAE Idly and members of the organization day afternoon at their home

enough for himself. who have friends who wantto
and to
-----4)- you aggressively fearlessly FOR SCHOOL BOARD" The children enjoyed out-oNfe
those who believe the bent of ability and I asailreyou .
Then there are my join III the effort to bring
.. that confidence In will I hereby announce myself a candidate peace games after which they hunted
: Things are picking Starke is averaging two political is bein' used as a your me I It
for
:' up. that Burton lot be mlsplaoetlIlBKp re-election as member of and prosperity to our splendid gaily colored
eggs. which
',: speeches a day right along now. smoke screen to draw attention ..ctfuMy submittedCHARLBX. E. JOHNS.: I School the Board will of District th. voters No. 3 In subjectto said country and banish poverty from hidden around the lawn Prizeif hadbw r

."' from the activity of the administration District. on June 2. 1936. Your. vote our midst._. should___ _____ _have__ their__n__ _nnmon____n_ finding the most
, pr eggs were
I' and support will be greatly appreciated. awed
la behalf of another candidate FOB ItFpl.Esnvv.TLvETo presented this meeting.In .
f ;';,1! One reason you never hear a Scotchman brag is that hedoesn't possibly Petteway but the vot..re'ot Bradford County Respectfully! union there i la strength and Johns.to Comer. Perryman and Jermt-

.1' ;t\:\.. want to waste his breath. your guess Is as good as mine I hereby for. "representative announce myself to. the a candidate Leirlature -- Stafford I.. Crews. In numbers there Is power to demand ', Ice cream and cakes were wml
I{
!J.', ,. o In the meantime it is difficultto ". front Bradford Count",' 1111 b- 'FOR SCHOOL HOARD" the things needed to take the to the young folks by the JliJ
at '
disinterestedlayman" Ject to the action of the voters
'1 jj The Tribune observes that sound truck doesn'tnecessarily find an ordinary the Democratic Primary to be held I hereby announce my candidacy pain and anxiety out of the aged Fugate at the clone of the aft
I Tampa a voter who has come any- Juno 2, 1930 Your vote and sup- for election as a member :of the poor; we Invite every adult white noon.
'/ ; his mind as port will be appreciated. and I assure School Board from District No. 2
t sound candidate. where making In this
near up
to
a
mean person community
Join
; Those class
you that your confidence in me will (comprising. South Starke and Ther- members pre*
1 'JI'I I pI to whom he Intends to vote for not he misplaced essa). and It elected will give the our club and help put the "Town- were: Fredde: Wimberly! Pit
I .t but a healthy sign Is that a larger Kespectfully FRED HAZEN.HF.PIIKHK'VTATIVI duties of the office my very best. send Plan" Into Immediate
il -- attention. Your vote and opera Keene Nina Bishop. Wand
has support
that handkerchief
I I I : One exchange says many a girl dropped a percentage than ever before seem FOR : : solicited and will be appreciatedH. tion. Pearce Hazel Fields Merry &

,;" ,t t and picked up a husband. to: have made up their mind that I respectfully announce my candl- ._D..: 1\1 A y. H. H. Young. Knight Jerome Johns and Com,

: :: 11{ they: are going to vote for SOMEBODY lacv for Representative from Bradford
0 FOR SCHOOL HOARIt Perryman.
\\h I'i'' and County subject to the will of
) .. and they are registering the Democratic voters In the Primary I hereby announce myself a candidate Foil totsvCOMMISSIONER .
; It's in but I hereby .
time the
I rjl 1p cherry blossom Washington, politicians paying their poll tax. Election June 2. 1938. If elected for School Board District No S didate for county announce commissioner myself a from can MISSION HILL

1\\ 1 iH had much rather see the plum blossom. Candidates for all offices are I will dllla-ently.' faithfully and subject to the will I oi the voters of District Five subject to action by
; i : do that I the
fearlessly everything canto Democratic
( !l coming Primary, the voters. In the Democratic Primary Since there la more In the Bib
I. ii' ;
I plentiful and all are confident they help the majority of the cltlssnsof June 2 1936. If elected I promise a June t. 1938. I will .
o appreciateyour the return of the Its
administration concerning
Bradford and the Stateof fair
County of the duties of
j 1./" l t ,, will win regardless of the numberIn Florida. I am for the Townsend the office Your vote and supportIs vote and active support andpromilue Jesus than Is said about
/ : One Florida dairy has installed a radio in its barn. They'dbetter the race. Next to the gubernatorial Plan 100 per cent and will accept no I solicited and will he highly appreciated. discharging to exert the duties my beet effort In Baptlr
of this Important the Lord's Supper or any of tleo
: be careful or they'll curdle the milk. melee there seems to be more compromise. Respectfully.' ; office.
; 'i ; .
C. C. BUTLER. E. J. LEWIS.FOR T. D. DYAL. dinnncea which are usually II treed
the over whoa
Inteset In quarrel
'. : 'I'I Commissioner FOR CLRKKI ('IRCII.T' COURT so much. It seemed fitting tti
oman ,
be Comptroller. SCHOOL BOARDI
1 ,!:: / No matter how ill bred a is he wouldn't hesitate to gonna of Agriculture and State To the People of Bradford County hereby announce myself a candidate FOR do hereby COUNTY COMMISSIONERI an entire evening be given to t''

If( ;{ offer a lady his seat in the electric chair. I Treasurer with a general belief : permitted Sincerely to trusting continue that to I serve maybe school for board election from a. member District of On.the candidate for announce the office myself of County a* a study of same: therefore theta ,
Commissioner for District Two. ject-The Lord's Return wu I li ;
i the present Incumbents will you .. your that North Sttrke. OH Bradford
o County
I annouN< \ of spirited subject tor the voter of the Democratic -
; ; I For there to be of all be re-elected In spite office subject\ to the next Democratic voters In the Democratic Primary June at the \
some reason seems a scarcity bathing primary I appreciate the Primary the 2nd, 1936. Tuesday evening rtgu
rllir June 2. 136 If elected I promise towork
" opposition.So I myuelf and sacred
tri pledge hon.or
i Kindness and e0nfld6nce shown me my. hour of Bible study at the Mist!
suit in this for the best Interests of all
paragraphs our exchanges season. has announced as If elected that I will dischargemy
far no one by all pf our people and' In return
:
the schools In Bradford County. wholt duty. In looking to the So absorbing was the topic tin
/
'
" of 1 have rendered', and for so long a.
against Secretary Your vote and Influence .
: o a candidate appreciated.Respectfully best Interest of the county a tl
; 1' I hold office. will continue to render.every J. H. MOORE. th"sl. the hour" ran almost Into I
this late whole I and will well
and at guard
: It is housecleaning time and should the State Bob Gray service and courtesy In my plural and then found the clu
"r' you polish up conslderln' Bob's record. It power. Your assistance will ne. fop- payers of the County. I will have nofavorites
I 1\ date ireclated. A. J. THOMAS. Te. the Vetere ef ""...l Board Olatrie or pets but will contendfor lingering to discuss and rumimi
exterior well the interior of
1 q 1 ,I&& \ as as your home. would be foolish to do so. Bob is N.. 1 .f Bradfer C...'y' equity' and Justice to all as I the truths
understand It. to the beet of my on presented.
o In an enviable position comparedto FOR TAX ASSESSOR 1 hereby announce myself a can knowledge and ability. Your vote I The flowers always fresh w
It. cabinet officers. I hereby announce myself a candidate dldate for re-election to the officeof and support will be appreciated '
: the
l';I' : Haile Selassie shaved off his beard in the midst of'war.. : the rest of for the office of Assessor of School Board Member for District ALEX L. BARNES. fragrant, at the meetings!' wit
of Knott are saying No. 1 subject to the action of theDemocratic
Opponents Taxes of Bradford County. subjectto -- this week by a f frta
:i Sampson could have told him better than that. that the old gentleman ought to the will of th\ voters at the cornIng primary June I. 1936. If Te The Vetera .f Cosimlssloser'sm.trlrt presented
, Democratlc"p..lma..y Election to elected I promise a fair and Impartial and were unusually attractive
j t ? :: o take advantage of his retirement be held In June. Your vote and sup- administration of the duties 01 I hereby announce MSI Biker :31 myself a can You are Invited to bring 41*
\ i Each time movie privilege and "get out of the way" ort Is solicited. and will be greaty the office Your vote and support didate for re-election' as County ft
ry I \ ; a actor marries predicts that it is to realize appreciated. :'" Is solicited and will be highly appredated. Commissioner for District. Number t, tlons-Bible subjects only--Io
voters stop
?:;. ; ,I'I ; going to last-longer than the last one, anyway. but when the Knott would draw Respectfully R..ectfully.J. subject to the action of Democraticvoter meetings and these will be ants
n. W. Hayes.
I I It that by doing so C. PREVATT. In the primary to be held ed the following week.

"t t ,J ": ,> t o (2,600( a year and on top of that FOR TVK ASSESSORI to June render 2nd. 1938 the best If ....crctor"which' Watch for announcement

I I'J":J" ; I c A hitch-hiker feels encouraged even if a driver merely the; new man would get 5000. it respectfully announce my candidacy FOR HHRRIFF I am .:capable thanking the voters next week's meetingATTENTION .
looks like good sense to return the for Tax Assessor of Bradford To the voters of Bradford County for pant support and soliciting their
I I 'i';II 1{ slows down to give him the once-over and then drives on. Treasurer rather than raise County subject to the will of I hereby announce, myself a candidate vote and nupport In the coming elec .. -
I' : present the Democratic voters In the com- for the office of sheriff and I II tlon. I amYours W.O.W.
t + Q the: ante $10,000 for the next term log primary eleCtion. June 2. I have nominated and elected I promise a very-truly:
'i"1 "experience" ,for for thirty-one years been a taxpayer clean, progressive honest, impartial JU L. CONNER. A business meeting of I tbj
A and be swapping special
; hold his
; .r man can up creditors and get away with it, but of Bradford County and. If and fearless administration and enforcement .
,I 4 an "experiment." elected Tax Assessor. I guaranteeall ; of thelaw. On this dec _.FOR tOVNTY COMMISSIONER __ District Committee will be beliM
), : ;; just let him hold his fork at the angle and he's ruinI.J I hereby
I :; up wrong The fight for Comptroller and the favors. Information accomo- laration I solicit your support and announce myself a candI4.t. W. O. W. Hall Friday night AtfIT
datlons and courtesies that can be vote In the coming primaries.' for County Commissioner,
,"piI 1 ed. Commissioner of Agriculture la becoming given' through that office. I will A. O. ANDREU., District No. S, North Starke I real at 8 o'clock. Interested sic
1 plenty active and promisesto appreciate you..e..loue consideration live "Oscar" your vote and you ise the Importance of this office and ben are urged to be presentJ. !
I 'J O. vote and assistance will never have cause to regret It. promise an economical business:: administration Se.
I 1 ,I be a lively affair. While Mun. R. F. (Bob) DEMOREST. of same. I respectfully W. Morgan.
t i1 If nice
; a and offers
. ,; man comes along to pay your poll cey Anderson and Murl Pace are FOR SHERIFF solicit your vote and support .---- -
W. M.
EDWARDS.FOR .
''i'v' I j;.'" tax, you needn't ask him what he wants. He'll tell you soon, admittedly threats to Lee and FOR TAX ASSESSOR I hereby announce myself a candi The word "tabu" Is of polyr
, in some T hereby announce myself a candidate date for the office. of Sheriff nf COUNTY COMMISSIONER and first Induced *!<'
" '" ti'I', : enough. Bishop is making headway for the office of Tax Assessor Bradford County subject to the will I take this method of announcing slan origin was
: : >(1 quarters against Mayo. It Is doubt- of Bradford County subject to the of the voters at the coming Democratic my candidacy for re-election for the to English speakingby PP
) c -0 be unseated.Ed will of the voters. at the comingDemocratic Primary Election: to be held office of County Commissioner of Cook In the eigbletll'
' ful If either man can primary election to be June 2nd 1936 Tour vote and District No.' 1. Subject to Captain
the
; ifji ) A judge has ruled that a man must divide his salary fif Bentley of Lakeland Is the held June 2. In asking for this office will be greatly appreciated.support .of the Democratic voters In the Primary will century.

t i ty-fifty with his wife. Most husbands will be to off contender against Cary Lan- will say that I am thoroughlyfamiliar / Respectfully. Election. June 2. 1938. .-- ---
'6'6'ml';' glad get only with the duties thereof and MILLER L. JOHNS. support will be appreciated
,; : : that lightly. dU for Attorney General. Ed final- promise If elected to discharge the an1orr" re-elected I will continue to The origin of the five-lined a
, his mind after debating duties of said office In an efficientand FOR SHERIFF discharge the duties of the office to sense verse known as 'Limenola
making
I'I'i : ly up courteous manner. I deeply appreciate the best ef my ability.
i 1 o whether to oppose Petersonfor the support given four t hereby announce myself as can J. M. ROSIER. l la lost In obscurity.
\ le'i'te didate .
. ''t i.1; The Republicans say we should blame Hoover for the depression. Congress run against Spessard careful years ago consideration and. again and" support your In Bradford for County the office, subject of Sheriff to the ac of- -

: \ 'j 1 We don't. All we blame him for is letting it stay Holland for the for Attorney the State Generalship.Senate or the coming Respectfully primary. yommrs.LOUIS tion of at the the Democratic Primary Party.of June or 2nd thevoters And the Worst is Yet to Come-

'I. with try H. HILL. 1931. If I am elected sheriff of
" ; ? us so long. Ed probably would have done bet- Bradford County, I will render the
J'!?, 1 but at the most faithful: and conscientious. service -
'f.it" 4 o ter to oppose Holland. FOR TAX (COLLECTORI of which I am capable. I will .
t r same time he has wide state con- I hereby announce my candidacy not be the sheriff for any particular
1- t $ A warden says the worst crimes go unpunished. For Instance and Landis would breathe succeed myself as Tax Collectorof a group or faction of the people' but .

there's the fellow who his head from side to side nections Bradford. county, subject to the I will be the sheriff for all of the
j? : moves easier If he bad other opposition. Democratic, primary to b. held on people, and will not play favoritism : .
I" ,)h ( : at the movies. Colin English of Ocala and June 2. 1931. I have tried to render In the performance of my duties
" you faithful honest and efficient
l' .! j. r; Respectfully submitted.
Arcadia are both '
Claude Jones of service during my second term of NELSON T. GREEN.
o Cawthon for State office as your Tax Collector. I earnestly -
active against
"An of mad disturbs solicit your support and If ILij1:
epidemic dogs Philadelphia.- Superintendent of Public Instruction elected again I shall eontlnne to FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER

\ Headline. Well, at least we know now that something can with little public Interest In. have render. In you the the same service ai I candidate I do hereby for re-election announce myself on June a
past.CARL
rouse the natives. the race. However. English appears A. JCXIOHT. 2nd! for County Commissioner from
at the moment to be a real District No. 3 South Starke I ama
j1. n FOR T.'X COH.ECTOK tax payer and will at all times _
contender. stand for the rights of the tax It ItC
I -
;' : II. G. Wells is said to be the most prolific writer of the But all this is 'Just what I bear candidate respectfully for the announce office of myself Tax Col a of said district and county nayera to

round about and read in the papers lector, subject to the action of the he best of mv ability. I stand 100er _
This statement will be argued by check-signing fathers > cent
for
Age. Democratic voters at the primary of an old age pension and
and you probably know aa much. If June I. 193*. I feel that I am In very here must be some provision made _
with sons in college. not more .about it than I do. way qualified. to give the dutiesof for the aged ones. Your vote andsupport _J e0l
J the office will bo greatly appreciated.
efficient and competent
I: pifi
service Pledging a full and MALLORY THOMAS.
: The Secretary of State predicts that 350.00O people will It has been said that broadcast faithful discharge of the duties of ---- ( -
speeches during the last presidential the office to the best of my ability. FOR COVYSTYCOh'uIlSSlOSEJ% ,, ia

rV vote this year. la that. allowing for two or three each for everyone election cost the motion pictures support I solicit In and the' will coming appreciate primary your T hereby announce myself a candidate ,

4 in Tampa? 50000.000: worth of busi Respectfully.: I CARL JOHNS. missioner. for from re-election District as Five county subject com-

o ness.. ? to action of the voters In the Democratic -
FOR toi'wrr "I'DC Primary June 2. 1988 I
ap-
4 : u Scientists hope to produce synthetic men and if you've I TRAIN SCHEDULE ty To I hereby the peopl.'of anqonnce Bradford a. a candidate Coun and predate will your appreciate support your In continued the past

; tried to borrow a five spot recently you're apt to believethey've Our schedule changes Sunday. earnestly for re-election solicitthe as County Judge and unport and Vote.Respectfully. .
support and
January :5 and trains will run aa votes of the voters at the primary R. T. O'STEBN.

: already succeeded. follows:: .election In Jtiu, ,,., I appreciate, thesuPpo..t FOR 'OI'NTY COMMISSIONER
Si you gave me In 1(12 and
p.t Sounthbound trust my tenu..Jn office. ha. been 1 hereby announce myself. a canlldnte -

1 r Heard about a young husband who went out bragging No 1-Due Starke 11:31: P. M the such coming a. to warrant primary' "" election.your. support In District for Three county<(
to his friends that he was the father of twins and when he No. IS-Due Starke 4:28: P. M. Respectfallv Htarke hi the) subject Democratic to action.Primary of the June Votera
No. 107-Due Starke 9:11: A. M. B. IU'PICRRYMAN.
2. 153$.
I went back home discovered he was the'father of triplets. No. 191-Due Starke 10:23: : P. M. l.n support.Respectfully.Will. appreciate SOouvote
FOR CO! HTV .UDGII
YJi' 0 NorthboundNo. I hereby announce my candidacy LESTER KITE.

Red Davis, of the Lake City Reporter, tells about a man 2-Due Starke 3.03A.M.: for Bradford the office County of subject County to Judge the will of FOR COl-NTY COMMISSIONER

,, who was so drunk that when he hit the jack pot on a slot ma- No. 16-Due Starke 12:10: P. M. of primary the Democratic election Electors In the I hereby announce myself a can
.
No. 108-Due Starke 9:15: P. M. on June 2, UI. If didate for county commissioner of

,, chine and the nickles spilled all over the floor he complained Starke and Waanee Branch elected pledge' -th to* peoplo this Important of this County office a I to District the primary-election No. On"MLawtey. to) be subject held

.abouLhaving. topickthen\upan! ( them back in the machine. No. 101-Leaves Starke 7:00 A. M. Justice fair and Tour Impartial administration of June 2nd. US8. If elected will diecharge ,
vote and active
NQ, .JO 2 Arrives. Starke 1:3O: P.U. will be greatly appreciated. support. I of the County my" duty 'Cm Your the best Interest ..
vote and
supPort -
'r-3.; oaiwvrr I laeerely. ... .will be.very much appreciated.
V, FRANK LANDRUU. i -- JOHN C. CUEMON3. lt '- -,

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