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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 24, 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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IiALL CROWDS IMPARTIAL REFLECTIONS ON STATE : M. J. .SAPP I

RACES SHOW LITTLE INTEREST AS YET BRADFORD Rising Prices I

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REEl (Ed. Note: This Is a carefully lyze Many
; papers frankly admit
prepared unbiased review designedto that it Is anybody's race and refuse RALLY SET

give a cross section of state politics to- try and dope! It out. On Berry Yard

CANDIDATES aa reflected in the editorial Reports of political meetings

I pages of both the dally and weekly still indicate a remarkable lack of FOR MAY

press of the state. Compiled by interest on the part of the average _, S
I Russell Kay and released through citizen. With a few r' Hold For
1 exceptions, the w'v e1 Week
Three In Governors the Florida News Service.) number turning out for speecheshas County Candidates To
The press of Florida has shown been
Race Here During little pitifully small. The Orlando _ _ 1
evidence -
on the whole, in Sentinel expresses the belief Have Chance To --- ,')

Week coming out openly for any one that this condition will con- 'ft ei4MAN Meet MassesF BUSINESS MEN nest Season Since ':,
candidate, but has attempted to tinue until May 2, the deadline for :1

[MEREST so FAR is provide readers with unbiased facts qualification, and looks for a number -- TURN DOWN MATTER 1931 Is Now t '

AT LOW EBB and information relative to the various of candidates to drop out and I I) D L INn CONTESTTO OF OUTSIDE EvidentFRUIT
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candidates, their platformsand attempt at trading. : HE A FEATURE BANK

Three would-be governors have activities. There are a few exceptions Kenneth Ballinger In the Miami I '11

ride enthusiastic speeches In fa- of course where' Individual Herald points out that there is no : Candidates for office In Bradford Overtures by outside Interest. IMPROVES .

of their candidacy before un- papers are backing this or that real issue and terms the campaignso I County will have their first chanceto for the establishment of a new I.l'

mttiusiastic or and scattered audi I man whole-heartedly but for the far as "just one big yawn to the face the voters, as well as each bank here were turned down Monday Twenty two Cars ':
here during the past week. moat part the press has so far voters." other at Hampton Beach Thurs. by the Business Men's Club aa ,'

nees The luke-warm reception with !, maintained an attitude of watch Platfoims for the moat part are day. May 14, when a combined political not being considered In the best Rolled Since LastWednesday .

these speakers have been ful waiting and will probably con- identical with those of the post roily picnic and fiddlers' interests of the community.C. ,
i bleb tinue to do so until the first primary dragged out dusted off and presented contest will be held. L, Stockwell. conservator of ,
itt here cannot be taken as an ,
..licatlon of their strength In the when we can look for a in much the same old manner RACELEGISLATURE Up until now the campaigns in the Bank of Starke was presentt -- p

but Is only Indicative of the more definite trend in newspaper to be accepted by the people as this county have been person-to- the meeting and explained to I With top-notch prices thin. week /

imall amount of Interest that has support. so much hooey and bla bla. Lower FOR person affairs, with no candidateyet the business men that prospectsnow causing rejoicing In the ranks of 'e, .

teen developed here so far in the The question\ as to who Is the Taxes provision for schools, abolishment speaking to more than three or Indicate a plan for re-opening growers and shippers> alike Bradford 1

Lvernorship contest. Perhaps loial leading candidate in the gubernatorial of boards and commissions FEW FORMAL ANNOUNCE. four voters at a time, unless he the bank will probably be workedout County's strawberry crop ,' j)

l voters are waiting until after race at the moment Is as difficult no new sources of revenue, MENTS THIS was fortunate enough to find a within the next six or eight with an indefinite time yet to run. .
to answer as is the query no sales tax, anti-administration, WEEKA particularly popular cracker barrel months. has already> exceeded total figuresfor p
| first primary to bestir them-
vi
e "Where Is the best place to locate"or reduction In cost of governmentwith or walked down the street with The following committee was appointed last season both In the number (
and out of their
iclves well-worn go way to "Which is the best country." a few new ideas such as Car four-cornered> race for repre- a couple of cigars carelessly showing to try and arrange for rental of pints shipped and In estimated -

Ene jiear man the should be chosen reasons for why During the past week candidates ter's plana to pay a bounty for rattlesnakes sentative from this county became in his outside coat pocket on the WPA ofifce building and returns. 1J1 :

mar In preference to another.gov- have been active throughout the and Mapoles' state lot- evident this week as M. J, Sapp, Thirty four formal announcements the local sewing room: J. M. Mitchell Although, as predicted> nhlp- (
| state for offices In Bradford J U. Alexander and F" F. '
Fred Cone, of Lake City spoke speaking at many different tery.Candidates well-known farmer of' the New meats fell somewhat under the & ,!
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points and press announcements as yet have had littleto County have already been made so Stump. peak of thirty-two cars that rolled .
Lcre at noon Saturday and had the River section who short j
seryed a
there _.. .....
will be
crowd of herald the opening of several say about each other and while no dearth of local talent -- -- last week, Lawtey sent fourteen t
hrgcst candidate ,
the week. any He dwelled at "Campaign Headquarters" and the Sholtz DuPont and the Florida time as tag agent tforJhIs county at the rally next month, and cars on ttielr' way since Wednesday
urlng
eigth on the benefits to be de- perfecting of organizations in certain Tax Revision League are not list under an appointment by Governor as an added attraction, candidate STATE TAX LEVYNext of last week and Starke has rolled '

ved from old territory; the formation of ed among gubernatorial candidates Sholts: announced his candi for state offices will be Invited and eight cars and an estimated movement :: 4
age pensions, en-
orsed the Townsend Plan five many "So and BO for GovernorClubs" most of the candidates seem dacy.A. will no doubt be on hand In large Year of 3,000 crates by truck.

iollar license tags for automobiles are reported In cities from to be running against one, two or A. Durden formerly prom. numbers. The average price paid for fruit '
Key West to Pensacola. all three of them. inent citizen and .of The public is expected to bring during tho week is said to nave
ufflclent money for education, developer -; I I
:owering the state budget to bal- Three candidates are generally The administration is accused / Hampton, now living In Starke, also basket lunches go they can munch MAY BE CUTLEE been around ten cents a pint, with 4 '
sandwiches between
:ice taxes Instead of raising taxes accepted as leaders: Hodges, Paty botn by certain candidates and a I announced for representative.Mr. speeches, or some few crates selling aa high as ,

> balance the budget" and ex.res"ell and Chappell with opinion about number of papers, of lending sup- Durden expressed himself as listen to speeches between n ndwlchea $4,15 a. crate at Starke Wednesday. .

himself as being opposed evenly divided as to which is high port to not one, but several, in the : being well pleased with the en- -whichever they considerthe .. The week's shipment from Starke
man. But individual papers are race. Grady Burton is singled out more Important. HELIEVES TWO MILL and Is estimated
i))a sales tax in any form. i couragement he Is receiving for Lawtey at 500,108 v
Judge Raleigh Petteway of claiming the lead for at least six, as the number one man, with this office and pledged himself to 'Meanwhile, many of our county REDUCTION IS pints which would mean a return '

ampa, spoke on the street here other men In the race includingCone Lewis, Petteway and Hodges mentioned I work for the benefit of this countyand politicians and lovers of goodspeaking .POSSIMLE to growers of 150,01080: for theweek's

t: t:30 o'clock Monday afternoon.be Petttway, Tomasello and but all deny the connectionand I the entire state, If elected. are attending the rally picking. ( .'
criminal Carter all of which would seem like "Old Man River" the ad. Fred< HazeD, of Brooker, announced being held at Ralford today. This A reduction of least two mills In
at full court justice; said to indicate that reaction in one ministration silently "flows on." several weeks for get-together Is expected to set the the State tax lexy this year was Small shipments are beginningfrom
terms for ago
representative
schools
itb guaranteed public territory l is quite different from Heavy registration Is reported In and has been waging a political pot a-slmmerlng, and It forecast Wednesday by Comptroller North Carolina but no serious ,i// j
revenues
I the was one that in another and while one man many sections and while voters at active campaign. C. C. Butler should reach fever pitch by the J. M. Lee. The present levy Is competition Is expected from
principal planks in his very
plat- time of the Bradford The that part of the country before the
this pow-wow. five and one-halt mills.
might have a comfortable lead in time give little evidence of former also
urm. He refused to make any representative, announced first of and
time of the Ralford Is May possibly later.
remises West, Florida, another occupies a having made up their minds 'with meeting Increased returns from revenue ,
that-h.wa. sometlBnjrjptro.Another
; not he
euro from 3:30: to 10:30: m. Plant City Is practically out of the '
similar the East Coastor to whom will p.
vote
ould be able to keep. position on regard they for. formal announcementthis sources the Comptroller-said, will with occasional
R B in Central Florida. It Is all It is clear that they at least planto make the reduction possible picture onlY'an car ,
Cautler, former mayor of I week was from W. C. Man or two rolling from that point.
quite complex and difficult to ana- vote. Alien Plot The tax is fixed :
Itlaml! addressed a small gather- ning for school board member from Entry lexy by the Governor Moat ) '
> growers continued In an 4 '
1 g here Tuesday He I I District Two. MIAMI. Four on recommendation by the ,
morning. men were sentenced '
frame of mind .
optimistic this
Attacked capitalistic Interests In i to the Federal penitentiaryIn comptroller.mills, in 1933 In 6 0-8 1032 it. was 4 7-8 week with some reporting Improved _
mill and J
FEW 1034
he KNIGHT GIVES
country and pledged himself QUALIFY I Canada's Northwest Territories Atlanta by Federal Judge A. V. and
(6 1-8 mills. quality or fruit a new crop
,
}> work for a national maximum comprise an area of 1,309,682 Long of Pensacola after they of berries appearing on plants In
Interest rate of six per cent if square miles or more than a thirdof pleaded guilty to charges of con- A million dollar surplus In the some j
j'ected' governor. Poll Tax So Far the entire land area of that spiring to smuggle aliens Into this Confederate pension fund, with disbursements patches.

State country. country from Cuba. now running about Totals for the season thus far
Comptroller J. M. Lee who
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Ms I I ---_.. .. $700,000 annually/ will make possi- are: 2,914,037 pints of fruit witha
scheduled
in-day afternoon to in speak the interest here Sat of INFORMATION IN COUNTYLAST I STARKE ONCE HAD A DAILY PAPER ble a reduction In the present tax: return to growers of $190,815.72. t' 41

levy of which Is 2 3-8 mills for Last year's total figures for the
si I
liable campaign to fill his for re-election, was j ALTHOUGH IT WAS PRINTED 'WEAKLY'By this fund, the comptroller said. entire season were: 2.000.000 Dints. t

engagement. I _ with an estimated return of 185.-
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--..-.. DAY FOR PAYMENT CANDIDATES MUST PAY -- Some trimming In other levies I ,
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WOULD WILL BE SATURDAY, FEE BY MAY 7, H. E. LAGERGREN 'ore reading the Critique. The result -I for various funds. also was forecast 000.00, fIt > : : v

DEBATE MAY 16 CLERK SAYS The Bradford County TelegraphIs was a raid by "indignant subscribers .' Is now evident that this will' .
TARIFF so solid and mature an Institu- ," with accompanying hair "I be the best season for Bradford .
am confident we can have a
The following Information in regard Seven candidates for public office tion till its clientele believe It" to pulllngs swattlngs with parasols, reduction of at least two mills In County since 1031 when the crop

TOMPKINS CHALLENGES to the payment of poll taxes In Bradford County and six' bo a. sort of rock .of ages that has name callings and tears, the levy this year" the comptroller brought In an estimated return of
committeemen had always enjoyed a "splendid Isola- exit the Critique.Of and-I $000,00000. A cold
GREEN'S STAND and exemptions therefrom was Republican :I sakl. "However, I do not propose pack plant c
ON ISSUE given this week by Tax CollectorC. qualified at the office of the clerkof tlon." But It has had more or course so many papers I to recommend a reduction that was operated here In that year. J '

A. Knight: Circuit Court this week. less "esteemed contemporaries" at little town could not be expectedto I would be such as to require the and Its figures were Included in the
Claud Tompkins candidate fore times. At one time there wen live In harmony. Philippics otal. .
The poll tax Is asnesseil as of Those qualifying up to yesterdaywere I Incoming Governor to Increase the
United States Congress from I three papers In Starke besides the abounding In billingsgate from the I .. _.
January 1 each Payment of : A. O. Andreu, Nelson T. levy next year. --- -
ie Second Florida year know about mole editors and ,
District has Telegraph-what d'ye such phrases as
poll tax for the two Immediately -' Green and Miller L. Johns, all for The break-down of the
JJreised years GOOD
present MUSICAL
a challenge for a debate that 'fThe "naughty. "unpretty, "unchlval- .
sheriff E. W. for tax
preceding the year in which ; Hayes assessor I levy Is: Pension Fund 2 3-8
) Florida Congressman R. A. Telegraph was started in rous," etc., from the female ones, mills.
H. V.
Saxon for AT
I In ; county RITZ
reen an election Is held Is required State Board of Health 1-2 mill
commissioner from District Four the fall of 1879, by Col. W. W. made the air blue every Friday
order to vote, unless a is ; State Livestock
Board
person Sanitary 1.2
Mr
mpkins would debate Con- Moore. Immigration 'from the morning. Bill Barnes worked for '
Lester Kite for commlsHion-
"KINO fi
county OF
BURLESQUE"
from both
I one or mill, State Prison 3-8
exempt years. mlll, Free
"ssman j North was then brisk and the subscription Col. Moore-"when he worked at
Green according to his er from District Three: and H. C. Textbooks 3-4 mill SAID-TO BE ONE '(
-mmunicatlon, at a place andme I Those exempt from poll taxes for Wall for supervisor of registration. list grew rapidly at $2 all. One day Bill begged a pair of and Public OF BEST
Schools .
1 mill.MUSIC
of the latter's selection on the the coming June primary are as committeemen per year. Advertising was also pants from Mr. Webb, and the next i' ,;

inject of the Hawley-Smoot Tar I follows: Republican quail. fair. but the merchants paid onlyin day the donor found the garment New and unrivalled thrills In J

iff Law I I Anyone who became 55 years of tying! were: W. E. Daugherty, A.M. goads. About the only edibles i adorning the stocky lees:: of Col. PROJECT I song dance, laughter and drama I ,
Blanchard Ben> Faulkner and
W.
I He defined four issues that he {I age prior to Jan. let, 1934 Is exI B. Parks. Committeewomen were: I then kept In the stores were cheese |I Moore. The Telegraph editor made UNDER WAY are brought to the screen by "King 4
M (Chosen for empt from payment altogether. at fifty cents a pound sardines and all he could of this incident, and of Burlesque," the Fox picture
discussion I I
making Mrs. W. B. Parks (congressional)
I who became 55 of ; and sardines, toasted the edlr'Jrlal"War of the Breeches" and
'18 following charges: I Anyone years Mrs. Annie Wood (precinct and mess pork; MRS. LONG WILL BKOIN: coming Sunday Monday to the
'That age during the year 1934 Is liable I cheese and boiled Jowl were oftener lasted for quite a while. GIVING LESSONS Ritz Theatre which turns the upot-
'!wstrous you supported the most ':,:I for 1934 poll but not the 1935. I state.) seen on the editor's table than any The Advocate\ passed Into the SOON light on a fascinating new world t j

measure In the country'sry I Anyone becoming 55 years of age Candidates for county offices I' thing else. hands of one or two other tramp I of entertainment Featuring Warner 4

moot Tariff the Infamous Hawley- 'I after Jan. 1, 1935 la liable for must qualify by May 7. They must In 1887 Col. Moore sold J!he Telegraph pi Inters then Rev. P. W. Corr became Mrs F. H Long, director( of the Baxter, Alice Faye" Jack Oak-

-tnlrcls Law which destroyed ,i[: both 1934 and 1935 poll tax but file their first financial statement to I. C. Webb 1 but. contraryto the owner, adding to the out. WPA music program work In this Ie, and Arline Judge, at the head

II was, of our foreign trade, I, Is exempt thereafter. Anyone who between May 3 and May 7; the I agreement soon, thereafter start. fit some material already In hispcssessoln county, announces that beginning of an all-star cast the picture tells .

''rm of 1932 as the Democratic plat- became 21 years of age after Jan. second statement between May 21 ed another paper here, the East since he ran a paper at Monday morning at 8:30: o'clock at an absorbing love story of the peo .

''IUSe ot stated the principal i 1st, 1935 is not liable for any poll and May 25; the third atatementafter Florida Courier. About the same Hampton. He also l Issued "'l'heSo. her home classes In piano, sight pie who make the nation's enter '

1011."Thl.. our most serious depree- tax. Anyone becoming 21 yearsof ( first primary) between June I' time a tramp printer squatted down cial Koom." Mr. Corr was a very reading and music appreciationwill talnment.

age during the year 1934 Is liable 24 and July 3; and the statement here with a shotbag full of type, a pious man; yet he was compelledto be conducted for Interested Tuesday and Wednesday> of next ;

this tariff law which you for 1935 poll tax. Anyone of political workers between June I cracker box full of defunct patent discharge a printer on the young folks more than eight years week brings to the Rita screen t :

lorJda'Ported has coat the farmers of who became 21 during the year 24 and July 3. I medicine electrotypes and a tomato ground ,of his being a religious old. No Individual classes will be "The Walking Dead" with Boris Y

.,Uars. hUndreds of mH ons of 1933 or prior Is subject to both 4 I can full of Ink and be startedthe fanatic, "Impossible to get along given. Karloff and Marguerite Churchill. .

That 1934 and 1935.Members A 40-watt electric bulb would Florida Advocate. How he with." This printer among other Mrs. Long also announced other A new star team of Irresistible '4

ur x x the total value of of the National Guard radiate only one ounce of energy managed to live nobody could understand foibles, refused l to correct errors plans for musical work In this lovers tops the film horizon as

| naval stores since this tariff In 2000.000 years; the sun rad. I ; Lydia Ptnkham. whose marked In the proofs. "Let's not county which will Include community George Raft and RosalInd Russell 2l

L was less than the exports (Continued On Page Eight) late 4.000,000 tons a secoad. I I' picture he printed-: kly. on all try to be -perfect." he admonished. singing", through union BOna step -out arm-in-arm together-

'Bunted to for the same number -- -_ four pages, would not even send "If we do.we'U noon believe we are services alternating In the different : the grand new 20th Century cornt

'' before this law. him a boa of plus. perfect. sure enough and thus become churches; a young people' edy romance. "It Had To Happen,'" fI. '
thUcan nat this tariff'law was a Re- I' Yet another "esteemed contem- proud; and pride l.one of the chorus, and an orchestra. coming to the Ritz Theatre Thurs

lied measw distinctly op. Stores Cooperating in "Lucky Days"Here { porary" was to make Its debut seven deadly sins you know." Cooperating with Mrs. Long In day and Friday of next week. With, J ,

Iples:''o sound Democratic prln- are the "LUCKY DAY" stores that are working together I{ the Social Critique. It wm not In 18D3 the Telegraph passed Into this work are: A. J. Crlffls, superintendent Raft playing the part of the Irre-
"entered at the postoffte as second the hands of Matthews A Far of school; Mrs. sistible lover, and Miss Russell a _____
to give their customers 950 Free each Saturday. Ask today j class matter' for though it mer. A year later Col. Moore sold Mable Wall public school music lady who thought she was too _

WP..t Forces Cut at any of these places and they wUl explain the rules. I had many subscribers, only' one his paper to Texas R. Hodges who teacher; Mrs. I.. A. Canova. chairman ritzy for romance this picture Is

,[ Cuts m the copy was issued'at a time. and it Issued It twice a week hoping of the Woman's Club music a pulse-pounding romance of two

'PA educational personnel of the Tip Top Grocery Steinberg's Store I was written In long hand. It was thereby to knock the pins from department and counselor of Juvenile people who found the world well- 3Jr

11lI1ty were being projects In this Hart Furniture Co. Joe Slstrunk's Service Station conducted by a coterie' of young ladles under the Telegraph. It was knownas Music Club; Mrs. G. H. Low. lost for love. A supporting cost ,(

a,,,' of a made this week Stump's Store Denmark Furniture Co. who aimed to become the social the "Twlce-a-weekly" while It ry, counselor of the Junior Music Includes Leo Carrlllo and Arline\ _
rder.1 general
reduction Hitlers of the town. Like the lasted which wasn't long. Then Judge.
In
J rank Bradford Hardware Co. Magnolia Fish Market Club.Mrs. 4W
tau. Whether.WPA aU over the Literary Digest the Critique labored [ Mr. Corr sold his Advocate to Mr. Long gave the alms of the ; ____
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Ct other the Cut would ef- Jacobs' StoreCanova's Hayes Service Station under the handicap of too Goolsby. The Telegraph had, so music program as being: to give

o< been 'learned departments here bad Pharmacy Green's StoreMitchell's many editors. Billy Barnes i an far proved l the "survival of the every man woman and child an Alachua County Rally i _

.yesterday. J. M. A.'vare: Drug Store overgrown printer's devil, acted as fittest" theory; It, now had only opportunity to enjoy music and The Young Democratic Club of _

Cartage Sistrunk's Feed SeedSmith's Alexander & Company I consulting editor. While the early one rival. And later when Major participate in It; to train the child Alachua County has extended an _
Licenses readers had no trouble reading the Matthews became the sole owner and adult to sing with good tone invitation to people of this county
4t Sons
S. R. Johns
llarvey Edwards and Mildred Garage I columns, the late ones complainedthat of the paper be arranged with quality; to train the eye to follow to attend a big political rally to .
onnan, April 21. The Quality Store Smith's Service Station i the pages reached l them so Goolsby to leave him the entire the printed page of music and the be held at the fair grounds In ,

Clltfol'll Browning and Eatbeu New Deal Service Station Stern's- Garage soiled as to be undecipherable. field and the UtUr moved to ear to recognbe tonal rbymlc effect Gainesville on Wednesday. April _

iilee April 20. West Side Service Station The SpoWgbt Barnes then at last put in a "spe Wauchula to publish Ills Advocate ; to stimulate a greater Interest 29. There will be free barbecue>

Sidney Starling and Madeline Brown's Pharmacy cial notice," asking the subscribers In music through music appreciation. and political speaking will be the
rtYatt, April 13. AP Food Store to pleas wash their hand be- (Continued On Page Eight. ) j order of the day. 4t



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BRADFORD COUNTY_: _TELEGRAPH._ _STAltKE_ _FLORIDALAWTEY _ _ _-'--- _._---------- APII8)- !14.
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DROOKER I PINE LEVEL I \OTKH FOR TIlKf.lt: Purxuant. to the requirement of same In my office ?,?,.1'I' ,' :' ." .
RISING Jennie Hill >o. 1413)NOTIdE law and the revolution now on file plication f.r a tax .1, ,d'j ,' .">.
Mr. II. M. McKa, CorrespondentElder IS HEBEBV OIVEN In the office of the Board of Public hereon. "said cenif, ".Z
Lewis CorrespondentElder Correspondent
Edna
) O. ... Phillip Co n..o...... Miss Mist Vera Gainey That Clyde Herwey. holder o( Tax Inetructlon. of Bradford County the following .,.,' 'Mt, 2
iHBued, the Ira, nald Board of Public In- the County of Br"i}. '" '1''lIt.' '
Half his No 4S4, Florida "I,
j W. filled regular Certificate
I3erryMoenhtnt and Mrs. W. E. Halt of The farmers around here are E. day nf :August A. O 1831.: ha* filed ..truel Ion hereby rail" an election to Florida to-wlt: '4

:. : ;!. During tne past week we have Green Cove Springs. spent Satur- planning to begin digging Irish potatoes appointment here Sunday.Mr. same III my office and ha* made.. i be held on Monday May 18th.tltrlot, 1936 NWI..4 w-4t9 of A of NE'' lOr 'II ,
/IecUolI:
I..uCi the
and tax deed to be the school houee in 2., '
It,,: : moved fourteen express cars containing day night with Mr. and Mrs. H. H. next week. We hope that and Mrs. L. L. Rushing application. thereon.for *Said certificate embraces In formerly known a* Vanderbllt foilbrofl. South. Range 22 .:,,1, \I '::,',' .

.r iI 257,858 pints making a total Lewis. all the crops produce a good yield children of Gainesville were visit- the following described. property I, and Rlnlng.. a* hereinafter de- The Ing 5 acres, Mo t'r; -' 'I.
and Mrs. GUll Fountainand County of Bradford /State: ,wrlbed now together comprisingSpecial assessment ,.I i,:.
the
r rl,' for the season of eighty cars Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner were and that the prices are good. Someof ing Mr. i Florida.In fo-wlt.: Tax School District number erty under the MII.I. .' '' JTsJ.J" .
f
"11p containing 5,418,902 pints. Prices the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. the farmers will also begin family Sunday afternoon. 1 i SI-< of HWi/. of NEV4: ; ex W 5 A. I 14 of Bradford County Florida to sued was In the i II,",II:", ', *

I, W. H. Conner bf Starke. beans within the next Miss Etta Faye Dyal of Samp- & \vi, of NE1. of 8El'. & NWV, determine the following matter. to- Blackburn. T t
: : have advanced to where they will gathering : Unless said
Tax ,
i
of SE> of N.('. 2 Townhlp 5r.lrs wit: First. whether said Special certlfl ,
c r average about ten cents per pint Paul and Bill Slcler, Gordon few days. son City, spent Wednesday night 1 4 Range 22 Bant contain School District number 14 shall be deemed .according t,,, i 1'1'i'' "' '' '3.

for the week. Market out- Hammah, Misses Vera Lee and Ed- The Brooker Townsend Club held with Miss Vesta McRae. : Acre, more or leu*. divided Into three Special Tax to erty the described. thei" ,',ut,, \I ''I''" '''0,.
post ald with the following highest bud, "
each
of the property Districts, 10M
School ,
of Lake City The annt-Bsment 11 7
Jook Is good and Carolina will not na Lewis, Miss Vesta McRae and its regular meeting last Saturday Elder Rldgeway, under the said certificate. Issued. boundarle: house door on the fiJ, M" ''U".

i ,. hip much until May 6, If then. Carrie Alvarez were visiting In night with the. President, J. W. spent Saturday night with Mr. H. [,, was In the name of Chan H. Oelsler.Unless heredeemed SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT the the L let month day of of Jum-June'u.,I'' ,' "bitt'" Or"
shall .' b
in Lawtey and the State Farm Sun- Surrency In charge. Rev. Barnes M. McRae. : .aid certificate the NUMBER: 10: (Being the dlit- Dated this tun.. ; : ,'
They had small shipments market of according'/ to law. trlct formerly known a* Vander- ni ., ..; .1,,,
b Monday which sold 15 to 17 day afternoon.Mr. led the opening prayer and also Mr. and Mrs. E. J. McRae described' therein will be bllt) : Beginning at Southwest:! corner (OFFICIAL SEAL) 1.1111
; A. J.
and Mrs. Bob Turner and talk. The club Waldo were visiting relatives here ..r"y: hlKheHt, bidder at the of Section MIght! Township SixSouth THOMAS
cents and an inspiring Clerk
t per quart Lawtey pints gave ,court-noune door on the flrt Mondiiv Twenty-one Kant. of \, '\ I'' \ sold 13 to 15: cents and some high daughter Freeter; returned to was also addressed by A. J. Gnf- Sunday.* In the month of June, 1938.I thence, Kant Range to 8outh t corner of 4-O.Gt-6 of Bradfur ".""'II'"."FI I I ,I

\ er. their home in Plant City Sunday. fls and Mr. Johnson both who delivered Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and I which l I., the lt day of June 1936. Section Nine Township Six, South, "rife
t$: with Mrs.\ L. A. Dated thin 20th., day of April, 1938. Kpnge: Twenty-one Ea t, thence
after spending several days eloquent and forceful children were visiting
i (OFFICIAL SEAL) North to Southeast corner of Section OF SP"f'1.: .
t. Mrs. Turner's parents. Mr. and speeches. The club here now has a Crosby of Rising section Thursday.Mr. A. .1. THOMAS. Four Township. Six South. Range 8IM 'lItTERs

Thoma-Elunrhard. Mrs. J. L. Underhill. membership of about eighty. The I and Mrs. W. M. Oliver of Clerk Bradford of Circuit County Courtof Florida. I Twenty-one East thence of Section East Three to the der Notice and In Is herehj Wu ,, ''hat "
a..cord"I"
\ c The following from the Miamii.l' Mrs. M. J. Fouts Is spending several next meeting will be Saturday. Rising section were visiting: Mr. 4-24-Gt-S-22 Southeast T..hlu: six corner South Range Twentyone tai n final I decree of r",i.,' ", ,'1t''' '1

days with her sister Mrs. R. 2.Herman. I and Mrs. H. M. McRae Saturday. ;- ; .Kast: thence North to Southeast sale rendered by Ho," ,, I. ;k'"
p May '" \IIT. R'" SItE corner. of Section Twenty-two, a* Judge of the cu, ?,", :Ie.
R. Register of Palatka. Harrell and daughter, Misses Edna and Vera Lee Lewis that under Township; Five South Range Twen Bradford ('ounlFI...,, L'd.i ''''inNOTIOB -'

Mr. and Mrs. Bert Shaw had as Marie, of Lacrosse, attended the were visiting Vesta McRae Sunday. NOTICE: and by I III virtue hereby of given a Final Decreeof ty-one East: thence East to Southeast eery In said In that certain, .,.,,_. ': ;' Jit,I
Court
:' ':, '- their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. musical program here last Sunday I J. L. Underhill of Rising section Foreclosure the Honorable made H.and L. renderedby Sel>rln t, Tuwn..hlp corner Five Section: South, Twenty-three Range Twen-, Land Bank IH plalmii wlut.-i, i,'", ,'.,1.d, ,yfn(";::,''-""

: Mertln Oliver also Elder and Mrs. afternoon. was visiting relatives here Satur- Judge of the Circuit Court of the ty-one East: thence North to Northeast UeSue! et al are dt'.1, ,.'. i

j I': ','', : -t 4. '"' W E. Hall of Green Cove Springs. R. M., E. A., and Perry Gainey I j jKnent day. and 8th Judicial for Bradford Circuit County.of Florida In Chancery In- Township corner Five of Section South, Twenty-three.Range Twen 662 by ,said the undersign decree alIt,",'"I"','j,'i .., Ill,. 'O.'!'

j\\\\ ..... > JI!. Sunday In Lake Butler as I. --. dnted March 2nd, 1938 In thatc..rtaln ty-one Kant thence Went to New to the highest. hlII.|,| ''If

II I Herald will be of Interest to the I| the guests of the latter's sister, caue therein lately pendIng River thence southwesterly. along front Bradford of, the Count South r,, ..,., d h.r :I.
Section
I' Kath- 'WOODLAWN between The Federal FarmMortgage nnld. river to Went line of } '11', 'h' ,",MkI
many friends here of Miss Mrs. R. W. Brannen. Plaintiff and Twenty-nine, Township Five South, Stark Florida din, II, ,., I

',j 1 leen Blanchard: Mrs. S. M. Mott and son, Ralph Mrs N. M.,Bradley, CorrespondentMr. Delia' Thoma Corporation. Widow, et al., Defendant Range Twenty-one East. thence, hour the of sale following'on 1II"" '' II '\ ''li lib
1938.
, \ !South along said line to point of be- d.| .
1.T 1. Mr. and Mrs. Alomson Melville motored to *., the underHlgned who wa inlses situate 11,.
Vera In .
and Miss Gainey and Hi: ,.it,
and Mrsv O. C. White therein appointed an Special Mavter ginning. ''I I \\I
the Florida to-wit
I Blanchard of Lawtey announce Alachua Saturday.S. all of In chanreiy, to execute the ..name SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT
: 4cfl E marriage of their daughter Kathleen Estelle Mrs. J. F. Kersey Tampa will on Monday the let day of June, NUMBKlt: 15: Belna ; the district Northeast. Quni i. t ,.
.1 and daughter
4 :: M. Mott spent the week-end, at the home of 19.1A during the legal hour of Kale formerly known as Hellbron): Quarter or Notth. i h", i .t
: II Ollvin, to Raymond W. Thomas and Mrs. H. H. Mott, were transacting Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey. before the Court House door In Beginning at the Northeast corner Eight ((8)). In Sect!, ?" 1 1\ .,
on Thursday, April ninth, nine- business In Jacksonville, re Starke Florida veil to the highest. of the Southeast Quarter of Section 8 "'South Range ji i t '
hr HI .. Rev. Willie Yarbrough and son of and beSt bidder for cash, the following Five' Township Six South Range Ing 40 acres "mm" ", ,p. lIT;
teen hundred and thirty-six. cently. Jacksonville were visiting E. E. deHcrlbed. lands, .vltuate lying Twenty-two Ea"t, thence North to South I half of Knu. I T .,' d.

J C S. Christie of Miami officiating.The ---. and being In Bradford County, the Northeast: corner of Section: Northwest Quart. r \ ''h,,'
at home to Yarbrough, this week-end. Florida. to-wlt : Thirty-two, Township Five !South: Quarter of Section i l' .1. hI '
IJ' Young couple are HAMPTON Miss Doris Kersey Winona and The SUj. of the SEV, of the NWVi Range Twenty-two East thence South Range 22 ,.; ''IPlb,
their friends at three-forty South in and the NE'4 of the HWV: allin Went to Northeast corner of Sect ionThirtynix. with all and xlnK"n ,., T'i. .,

,1,.,' West Fifth Avenue Miami Fl.r- Miss Ada Nimmo. Correspondent Retha Bradley spent Sunday Section I 10 Township South: Township Five South lent. h..r.ltnm.i t.T IP''.;;
I ," ( Water Oak section with friends. Range 21 I aat. containing/ 60 Hange Twenty-one East. thence the"ullt., l" i ., "41,''r.
) ida. Mra. Mattie A. Ward, who has acres, more or lean, North to Southennt corner of Section anywise l appert""I,1',,
J. Yarbroughand
and Mrs. A.
Mr. Hull! Kale Twelve Township Five South : ::
with the appurtenance
K
>:. been visiting her daughter, Mrs. C. little son, Clyde, spent the to he made pursuant. to said Decree Range Twenty-one Ea.t, thence ,. i I,I HIIKNI1ic

Farmers Busy L. Jones in Tallahassee, for several week-end at the home of their to atlfy the solos and costa.. Went to New River thence down KNK1IIT r
ill
Q Local are now busy returned to her home past 1>:. K. PERRVMAN, Nald river to section line dividing Plaintn) T
l' 1 I* growers out months has grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. A* Special Master in Chancery. Sections 15 and 22, Township Five 4-17-31-5-1
: planting and cleaning early 4-24-6t-5-22 South, Range Twenty-one Kant,
which survived the heavy here.Rev.. E. Cutshaw will preachat Kersey. thence; East to Northeast corner of :o'rU'.l 09'FOR ">P.Hllo\
crops G.
Mrs. Ella Kersey of Tampa Is ('....111 K'" ItKPOUT Section Twenty-three, TownshipFive T\\ III-.KII: :
: rains of previous weeks and pros- the Baptist Church next Sun- a while at the home of Starke Fin., March 81, 1918. South, Range Twenty-one East' 4"enate HIM N... lilli:
L / pects are now very good for a good and evening.Mr. spending Report of the Clerk of the Circuit thence South to Southeant corner oi NOTICB IS I HKRKI I : T 1 ''IrE'
day morning her brother-in-law W. R. Kersey. Court In and for Bradford County Section Twenty three, TownnhlpFive That W. P. Smith h ,,1.1. .
vI, crop of corn and green beans in and Mrs. T. J Aldermanhad Clyde Johns spent Sunday at the Florida on account of taxe ...Me...- South, Range' Twenty-one East' Tax Certificate No: l I''r6th -t n\\
this section. their guests this week Mr. ed for the year 1935 thence Went to Southwest corner of ., day of Septemi... < v i I. I'
William C. Hodges as home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. C. A. KNIGHT :Section Twenty three Township and 'i( of Certificate. \ i .
Alderman's mother and sister, of E. C. Johns. Tux Collector. Five South Range Twenty-on. East the 6th. day of Hepi" ", .

\, i "HOMESTEAD BILL. Tux:\!: Hooks To Close Starke. County Proper thence South: to Southwest corner of 1932, has filed lam, sand \
are ad- Charney Yarbrough spent Satur- To Balance due ___ __nU 3.nQI 1 18 Section Thirty-five, Township Five ha made appli i' 'f
: Submits. III. Candidacy For Lawtey property owners R. A. Wasdln of Graham was day night at 'the home of Leon By amount collected ______ NONETo South, Range Twenty-one East, tax deed to be 'Instied T u I, 1
vised by the city clerk that the transacting business here last Mon- Balance due .__. ... 3,981.16 thence Knot to Southeast corner ofSection of Said certificate No' I 11. '""1'
books will close on May Weaster. Fine Forfeiture !:! Thirty-five, Township Five the following dencrllnd' T
GOVERNOR 1935 tax To Balance due _______n_ 1137.47 Mouth, Range/ Twenty-one East' the County of Bradf.nl. .1"'I''I':'.
4 and are advised to pay their taxes day.Truck and strawberry ('LERK'" HI-:POUT By amount collected _____ NONETo : thence South to Southwest :corner of "Florida to-wit:

? 4t : OF FLORIDA before that date to save the penalty farmers Stark. Fla., Feb. 29, 1938. Balance due _______ ._ 1137.47 :Northwest< Quarter of Section One North West Quart, i I south I Iit
growers are busy here this week Report of the Clerk of the Circuit I County DonS nnd Ilrlilve Township Six South, Range Twen- West Quarter SeM! I Tow.
A To The People Of This State which will be attached after and they are reaping berries and Court In and for Bradford County, To Balance due __________ 4,83434 ty-one East thence East: to point of ship 7 South Rang' !'i Eail'
By amount collected _____ NONETo : beginning. 40 And .
that time Florida, on account of taxes assessed acre Vu ut'Said rittl-
: : Subject to Democratic Primaries beans In abundance. for the year 141ft, Balance due _._- ._ ___ 4,834.84County SPECIAL TAX SCHCOOr. DISTRICT cate No. 150 embrm ... T ih- (tol.
lathe C. A. KNIflHT Tax Collector. School nenernl NUMBER 16: (Being the district lowing described prop. it} ", the
HODGES is opposed to a Sales Personal Leroy Dyal of New Jersey iu.i.1: : nuiuFoim (.'<)"I.\TY To Balance due ___ .__n. 6.6X732 formerly known a* Rising) County of BradfordMat, of

Tax and all other nuisance taxes. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wooten were j guest of his mother, Mrs. County Proper Bv amount collected ___ NONETo : Beginning" at the Southeast corner of Florida to-wlt: Not Mi, ,-' guar-
To Balance due .038.87 Balance due ___ __nn 5,687.32 Section Twenty-five. Township Six ter of Northwest: Qua" M, ra.
week. -
r. HODGES favors: Old Age and shopping In Jacksonville, Tues Thomas Dyal, this By amount collected 67.71 ('....n t" Poll South Range/ Twenty-one Ea.t, tion 22 Township Soutli

I Mothers Pensions$5.00 Auto- A.C. Travlce and family who have To Balance due _- 3,081.18 To Balance due ___ _n___ 24000 thence North to Northeast corner of Range 21 Eant."i,1. ,' *j
tax off day.Miss Fine und Forfeiture By amount collected ______ NONETo Section Twenty-four, Township Six Acres," more or I.....
mobile Tags-Taking Bessie Terry, of Jacksonville been located here for several To Balance due 1.153,96 Bnlance due .___ _n 2.40.00- South, Range Twenty-one East The assessment. of 'Hi" old pro]

r gasoline used by Fishermen'sboats is spending a vacation at her months left this week for Ocala. By amount collected _-_- 18.49 Total Huh-Nrhaol ItegnlnrTo thence East to Southeast. corner of erty under the .Id"" ''ifleate. :-
and Farmers' tractors In To Balance due 1.13'1.41c. Balance due _____u___ 6.508.0S Section Eighteen Township Six sued was In the nam' .' Horr
home here. Mrs. Z. Brown who has been ....." Hand and Bridge By amount collected ______ NONE South, Range Twenty-two Eastthence Porter.
Industry- Mrs. Lucille Beck who under- Jacksonville hospital To Balance due __ 4904.42 To Balance due _.. ____u 6,110805 North to Northeast corner of Unless said certlfl' I.hol
quite ill In a __ 70.08 Total Hub-School! Bonded redeemed t. t I''
HODGES stands four-square for By amount collected !Southeast Quarter of Section Six
went a serious operation In a Jack- has a host of friends here who are To Balance due _- 4834.34 To Balance due __________ 4.RnS.311 Township Six South. Range Twenty. property .a..ordllM. ." 'i'I',will
preservation of the HOMESTEAD sonville hospital Monday Is reported to know that her condi- County School General By amount collected __u_ NONE two East, thence West to the NorthWest sold to the highest, bldnn ai't
EXEMPTION AMENDMENT delighted To Balance due 5,78987Hy To Balance due __________ 4,895.30 corner of the Southwest Quarter court-house. door OUT" 'h. ..at V,
, and the enlargement of to be recovering nicely.Dr. tion is Improving. amount collected ______ 82.451 Widow'* Penalon of Section One Township Six day In the month ot i e t P
and Mrs. J. H. Carra dine .- To Balance due 5687.42 I To Balance due ____u__ 868,74 South Range Twenty-one East. I which Is the 1st, ila\ .,1 i i ,I Ii)
: .' Its scope. Me "worked for, this Fri --- On.n*y roll By amount collected _____ NONETo thence North to the Northeast corner Pated this llth rt.iv. t M, I
7 Amendment through all the long were shopping in Jacksonville CARD OF THANKSWe To Balance due 250.00 i iBy Balance din. __________ 568.74 of Section Two Township. Six A. J. THOMAS
of his service In the Sen- amount collected 10.00 !; Honil A. Ilrldwe, Interest South, Range Twenty-one Bunt, I Clerk of cii 'uf u,'
years day.Mrs. James G. Godwin and Mrs.J. wish to express our thanks To Balance' due ------- A. Sinking Fund Ih..nc"Ve..t to the Northwest corner of Bradford i i '> r rll
ate and fought/: before the people the Total: Sub-School ''K-uln:40.00 To Balance due __un 12,540.54By of Section Two Township Six 4-1-5t-6-1
for many
g for its ratification.IIODMES Prince of the State Farm were and appreciation To Balance duo 6,590.07 amount collected _____ NONE South, Range Twenty-one East,
visiting Mrs. V. R. Reddish Tues- kindnesses shown us and for the fly amount collected 82.02 To Balance due __ _-_____ 12,540.54 thence South to the Southwest corner 0'I'ICH OF XI'fMflVI; ,CIKHNtl.K :
'J-Q l left his office, took a floral offerings sent dur- To Balance due 5.508.03 of Section Two Township. Six :
' : I sound wagon and visited every day afternoon. beautiful 1'otnl Nub-School. Handed OTICB TO APPEAR South Range Twenty-one East Notice I I.* hereby "x in, : ,
( E. J. Roberts is visiting friendsat ing our recent bereavement.A. To Balance duo __ 6,02851By It appearing by affidavit lied In thence West to the Northwest corner der and In accord.n. J"" ": hate
h'i city village and hamlet In this that certain In the Circuit tain final ,.
L. Kahr Sr. amount collected 111.21 : cause of Section Ten Township Six H < -Ur I
,
L State urging the people to ratify Kingsley Lake this week. To Balance, <1u. 4896.30 Court, Eighth Judicial Circuit: In South, Range Twenty-one East, sale rendered by Hot, \ / Ak''
I the Amendment. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Plummer Mrs. W. A. Sterns. '% hI..w'. Pension and for Bradford, County Florida, thence South to Southwest cornerof a* Judge of the ("li: ,
" Mrs. Bernice Johnson, To Balance due 57898 entitled Klecter. Morgan, Complainant Section! Ten Township. Six South Bradford County Fli < ,t'l 7 "hi|
1 ,,1.:1 (Paid Political Advertising) were visiting in Jacksonville Tues- By amount collected _-_ 8.24 v. Addle Morgan Defendant, and Range" Twenty-one East, thence eery. In that certain, HnJi, I
day. A. L. Kahr, Jr. I To Balance due 688.74 the relief prayed for being a divorce Went to Northwe.t corner of Section In said Court whet. .I! Fd

j L"tJt1 i _ _ Hand A HrldKP Interest : that the Defendant I I. a resident Seventeen, Township Six South, Land Hank Is Plait, itt( ,0: ) W.
Sinking Fund of a State or County unknownto Range" Twenty-one. East thence Bloodsworth et al .. 1"d.\ >
To Balance due .-_ ._ 12,78388 the Cnmplalnant. and I Is over the South' to Southwest corner of ectlon cane 666, the tindti i iig "iiMaster < "I"' '
By amount collected 22388 age of Twenty-one year, and thereIN !Seventeen Township Six South, by said deciti' :' You NeedIn To Balance due __ 12,540.64 no person In the State of Florida Range Twenty-one Kant. thence East sell to the highest' l h .II.\ ":.
What Do I service: ; of peraonal procen.;: uponwhom to the Northeast corner of Section In front of the Suit IT,, r l tour
; ()'I'ItIi would perwunally bind paid Twenty, Township. Six South Range the Bradford CoUnlIh, ,o
OP INTENTION TO DISSOLVE THE Defendant.IT Twenty-one East, thence South to Stark Florida niiilnt' ". I"
10' 01.1.0 ,V INn CORPORATIONS IS" ORDKRED: that the Defendant. Southwest. corner of Section Twen hours of .sale on Mm, .l till> "I'
LISTED uii.osv: WHICH (CORPO Addle Morgan, appear to ty-eight, TownshIp Six South, Range 1938, the allowing ill !.'"'I
? I1ATINSVERd INCORPORATEDI'NDEK ; the Bill of Complaint on the 4th day Twenty-one East thence Best: to hoes situate In lit:" .' ..,"

Printed Forms, Office Supplies, or Social Stationery THE LAWS! OF FLORIDA, of May, A.confeaxo D. 1938. will otherwise b. ..nt.redaaaln..t a decree point of beginning. 10'1011011. to.wl 1

AND ARK DELINQUENT F O HTHKER pro. EACH for the purpose of levyingand I The Southeast. >imi .. ii'. ''J
ANYTHING her for failure to
(Don't tell don't need ) < 3) YKARS OR MORE UNDER : appear.It Northwest ,. *'
: :. us you I I. further Ordered, that thl. order collecting a district school tax quartet Tint *
: THH PROVISION OF CHAPTKH -- be published once a week for for the exclusive use of public free half of the Northeast. '|lUtItlo' hIT": '
14877,' ACTS OF 1931. AS four consecutive week In the Brad- schools within each such respective Southwest quarter of iff, Hun Thir
AMENDED. LAWS OF FLORIDA. ford County Telegraph, a district. ; and Second who shall, be three ((33)), Townnhlp Fli.\ 'I' 800
new..pap..1'i'lrA
11tL: RUDBER STAMPS AND PADS Notice I.! hereby riven under the general circulation publlahed In the school trustees. of each said district Range Twenty-one 2li/ I lat( "
LETTER HEADS provisions. of Chapter 16880, Act of ; man
County, Florida. provided that In the event thatIt taming Sixty ((60) ar r"-
K 4It- 1!>35, Laws of Florida. to each of WITNESS: my hand and official Is determined by said election to less. Together with all .ind itui"

For business purposes and social usage. You find new uses every day for rubber the Name corporation.being: :Incorporated tinted: below under, the the peal of said Court thl 26th day of so divide said Special Tax School the tenements, her..dllllont., ''
District Number: appurtenances
< 14 Into
three
March A. D. 1 H8. special th..r.un.
Special attention given to work in two or stamps and the time you save will soon Law of Florida. that according to (OFFICIAL! SEAL) tax school districts a* aforesaid or in any way appertaining.
1
? for them. Also best quality inking the records of the Secretary of State A. .J. THOMAS then the three persona receiving T FHANJ LAXlH)1.
V more colors. Your letter head should be a pay each nnd every of uch corporation. Clerk of Circuit Court. the highest vote within each As : .'
from the scratchpad pads. appear delinquent for three (3) 8-27-61-4-24 such proposed district shall be deduced KNIGHT* K.VIUIIT
work of art-get away In the filing of
year or Inure : report school trustee of such district Attorney for Plnlntlft'
it variety. and payment' of taxes underthe 'NOTM'U OF KI.Kt'TIOM' ; Third the number of mills of 4-17-St-6-l
of 14677. A'I.of
,provisions Chapter
By the power vented In them. the (district tax to be levied and collected
1931 Law of Florida. and thatund..1' "" Board of Public Instruction of Brad- annually within .ach such district I' THE fOlT'VTr' .II.. .
RIBBONS the provisions of eatS Chapter ford County Florida for the two ('01 )'_
ADDING MACHINE hereby call succeeding yearn.For
16880, Act of 1935. Laws of Florida ; K.;>n
IN THE MATTER OF THK
an election to be held In New River the purpose of holding ...aidole..llon
said corporation have been OF J. W. ANDREW. i flit 'I")"''"'
DlRtrlct No. 12 of the following
and
Bradford Inspector
; ENVELOPES Of course knew we carried typewriter classed. a. subject to he dissolved. ; on May 12 County. clerk THE STATE OF FI-ORItW TO
you at the school houne In are appointed:
and that three ((8) month after the lni"' '
; Sure buy them already stamped ribbons, but what about the adding date of thin publication each and every aid. district three. trutee for the purpose of electIng In the territory designated a. th. J.Andrew.W. Andrew.a minor, Jr., WIII.,' fri
you can and fixing the
of siu-h corporation: llnted he- district formerly known a* Vander n IllS, I
i
from the Government but they will have machine ? We have them too and the pa- low that have not In the meantime mlllnge to be aH"e.lled. for the ensuing bllt : /Sam: Whitehead L. L. Renfroeand drew Landrum, and hi.to guardian all tithe ,fl4tcerned
rolls which you add up to see filed their report. due and paid all two year. L. L. Norman a. Inspector andK. "
about as much personality and individuper upon taxe. due uuUer the provisions. of For the purpose. of holding raid T. Crews as Clerk.In :
suit at the State how much money you'd have if everyone Chapter 14877. Act. of 1931, Law of election the following were appointed the You are hereby notifi ii hit
another striped territory designated the
ality as! as 1
l
a* manager! E. L. Kelly, Jim sworn petition has hei i ''nd l! "J"
Florida will be certified to the
k. : Prison Farm. paid the bills you send them and you did Oovemor who will Issue. proclama. Thoma, C. C. Butler and B. A. Sapp district formerly known all Hell- Court aulhnr't> n'
: bron N. D. prayln.
cl..rk.A : Dreen Tom Moore, and .'.ralatthe '
1 n't have to pay the ones they send you. tion poratlonM at the. time dissolving aid cor- W C. MANNING, Chm. L. R. Starling a* Inspectors and Pete state, of, J.as W siln Andre: ** ..

: BRADFORD COUNTY J. ORIFFIS, Sec'y. Reddish as Clerk. d..c.a..d. to deed and *:;.I I

Bradford"' County Development Company 4-10-51-5-8 In the territory designated a. the simple' the following" 1).\\orll', '
STATEMENTS Starke. district' formerly known a. Rising' : uate In Bradford Count- F' Idawi
? Bradford Really Company Stark... NOTIfK K. It. Crosby Emory JAW, and :
: ; SECOND SHEETS Consumers, Lumber Company, Starke. In the County Judge' Court of leorge Cone as Inspector. and H. H. South-Half of 'thSWi. -K Of
f Some business houses stopped sendingthese Cracker Six Farm Market, Lawtey Bradford County Florida. Lewi as Clerk.W. .. of Section 21. T webb
but the No use to buy expensive papers when Florida Blood Hone Aoclatlon IN THE MATTER: OF THE ESTATE C. MANNING South. Rang 22 Km: lC''*
41, out during the depression Htarke OF MILDRED STRODE dfceaied: as Chairman of said Boardof following described m, ixH ]
time has come when you can reasonably appearance doesn't count, but if you do Hampton Beach Development Com NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Public Instruction. more or less to-wlt F' 'HH* !
best furnish watermarkedbond pany. Hampton.Hampton MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL A. J. ORIFFIS where the South line "" lectio'.lid
need the we can
investment in DISCHARGE ALL WHOM IT alt Secretary of said Board South Run*' Uw
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t expect a fair return on your Development Company, 'RNO Township ;
; in all sizes-even that extra long legal Hampton. MAT : and as County Superintendentof crosses the west. edn< >' *\\1-1IS. ?,

t i, ; a three cent stamp. We have a very spe- size that you can never borrow from Hampton Hampton. Drug Company, The, filed Notice my In final hereby report given a. administra that I have 4-17-5t-5-16 Public Instruction. State. then Road run 6884 Northerls feet. J JJi' :

cial! price on statements. your friends. Also that thin onion skin I Hellbronn Mineral Water Company, trix deceased of the, ant estate have of Mildred Strode, beginning, thence W.tl., ,
filed my petition \- !
Starke. Road inf.
angles to said t..d"
IIf for making copies. Hnuser (J. p.) ft Son. Incorporated for final dlxcharge, and that I NOT..1 OF APPI.ICATIOX Northerly parallel wlI '
will apply to the FOR TAX DEED "I
Starke. County Judge of 8214 feet South I C 3 J
.. Jewel Dept. Store, Incorporated Bradford County Florida for appro (Sennte Rill !Ve. 1..,) East. along said ."JJJ'
14 CARDS Th... Starke. val of the same and for final dl- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Ih.no the State Roadthence .. .

Lawtey Lak. Klng.ley Tramway the charge 24th.a*day uch of admlnlMratrlx .on That Albert Hartman holder of Tax Southerly alonl ..,
ODDS AND ENDS Company. Lawtey. April 1936. Certificate No. 1193. Issued 834 feet to the
For business, political and social uses. Orange College Starke. trix Pauline of the R Estate Strode a. Administra day of August.. A. D..1 1933.;. has the fiiejcame 7th..\ Also Lot. I. 2. and 1 >, '* '
Pecan Orchard. Company Starke. of Mildred Strode, In my office and ha. made In Temple's addition t t.. ,.n ,
embossed. Rubber bands clips all kinds of deceased. ap- I n,1I
Either printed engraved or gem Powell-Smith '"
Company. Stark. plication for a tax deed to be Issued Stark In Section I. '
Too to name but samples are binders, even ink in quart bottles, we can Refrigerator. Manufacturing ft OTI(''': 0' APPI.I"TIOX thereon. Said certificate embraces I South Range 22 II!.' li
styles '
Co. s
many Transp. Slal'k.. FOR the following described property In of the SWV4 of the NE' .
save you money on all of these. There Stark Canning Company Starke. TIJ.En: th. County of 7 South Kane' "
Township
here for your inspection and all prices are Starke Coca (Senate Hill N... ilLS) Bradford State of ,
must be other things that Cola Bottling Company, NOTICE Florida to-wit!
' escape us just IS HEREBY GIVEN IdO
Starke.Starke |
reasonable. That A. P. lot. 4. 6 of Tllk to Bank of Starke, a f
Stringer holder of 14. Temple
but ask.LEGAL I Ta. 1W :
Development It
can .
now Company Th
you
Starke Certificate No. 532. limned the 7th Addition to Starke In NEVi of Ing Corporation now '
,
day of August. A. D. NWU A part of W > of ship. In full settlem';- ,
Starke Hotel 1933. ha filed (, NEV 'th 'CI
Corporation, Stark.. name In office W nl Ry A NE tlon and discharge of
Cor of
; Stark Ice Company, Starke. my and ha. made appll..ton SE'i of said stock i :"L.
\ for a tax deed NW(4> Sec. 28. Township 6 estate for a
.- "Starke. Lumber Company Starke. thereon. Suld certificate to be Iaued 1.- Range 23 East. South of I0i% levied and asse ..od y p( ,
WEDDINGJINVITAT1ONS Starke embraces -
BLANKS I Mercantile Company stark The said estate as theehares "" ldl
the following described assessment of the said J
Starke prop.erty prop I
Orange '
Company Stark. stock "rf
: of capital
:4 In the erty under the
. The folder type in white or the new Don't bum I legal I blanks buy them I Townsend Thede-Moore: Lumber Company, Lawtey.. State of Florida County. to-wlt of: Bradford, ed wa In the name.ald certificate of C. A. Futch.Issu of Starke. each said ,110 r <
your Company The North-Went Unless said certificate value of r#
1 color.I If must economize i on this from I Stark. Quarter of SouthEast deemed .hall be re And Sol.OO.herb) .'hTtH l
j ivory you us. We have everything you'll need Turner 'J. F.) Co. Inc., Starke. Quarter except 1 acre In according to law. the prop- ( it

item we have a line that looks like engravwhether you're buying a cow or mortgag- Young Stark.Trading Company, The. acre North-Kant for road Corner Section and 25 except. Township 1- arty the described highest therein bidder will at the b. sold court to Judge appear at at the the BradfTd F"" dO'(

ing feels like engraving, but doesn't cost ing your home. Our blanks will do every It I I. further'dlrected that a copy 7 South Range 21 Kant con. the house door on the first Monday In Courthouse A. In Starke '
o'clock on
taming SH month of
June. 1.n"I' "
of thl. notice be acre more or ten. 193*. which Is If. .", "
like engraving. thing but pay the mortgage. In the Bradford publlvhed. on. time 1 The aMement. of the caM proper the 1st. day of June, 1916. A. 193 and u I'
a County Telegraph, ty under the .ald certificate lud Dated this 1 3rd day of April. 1935. defences tn said petition IC i
newspaper published In Bradford "*
wa In the name of Unknown. A. J. THOMAS. have: Should you .
County. Florida. In which county Unless said Clerk of will be entered In du< ...
certificate hall be Circuit
the home, of re ourtOJl'FICI"1 .
office the
I I. above luted deemed according to lave, the prop Bradford County, Florida. said petition, which wl.} r
Get 29 On The Telephone, Please, James corporation IN WITNESS nhown !:to h.WHEREOJ'I located erty described therein will b. old to ( SEAL) there prevented to ;
the 4-10-61-5-S
hlgheil bidder Order.
at the
court- .
have hereunto set my banjand houe door on the fIrst Monday In Wltn... my hand an.1rd'(
caused the Oreat Seal I the month of June, 1938, which I I. said Court at "' '
of be the State of Florida to the lt day of June, 1936. NOTICE or A PP..lf" \TIO'l( 15th., day of Ap ;
Bradford affixed at Tatlaha.. Dated this Tth day of April 1916. FOR TAX DEED IRir.t1,
the F
County Telegraph Capital this the Stilt A. J.

-Th (HEAL)""' "R. 'RAVSECRETARY *.- "". ]I Clerk of Bradford THOMAS.of Circuit. Court NOTICE Senate' 19 Bill HEREBY Me- 1113) OlVRtf. First Published on'r 'I 1 .

: : County, Florida. That
OF STAT1II.r 4-l -5t-8-l Odom Denmark hold-r nt Tax
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EDITORIALS Seniors GraduateIn Interesting Notes BaccalaureateHeld Former G:' duate Prizes And Honors Junior Masquerade j Litl ,' :


Caps-And Gowns Summer school for graduatesand Sunday P. M. Speaks ChapelHigh Won By SchoolOur Is Success Of YearThe

Interest' of teachers will start Brooker At _
Belt at High SchoolThe
w the The graduating class this
,tfOll year
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? Monday. school last Weint'81ay.April school and Its students seniors were entertained
set a new example, that of wearing
BR.\DFORD HIGH SCHOOLPotronn is: had the pleasure of having I have won more than its share of Fildiiy night, Aplll! 17. at the Wo-
caps and gowns. Many compliments !-, Baccalaureate service was
And Alumna were received and it la Summer school at B. H. S. starts held at the high School auditoriumlast Bill Wainwright, valedictorian I prizes and honors this year. mans Club! with a masquerade '<9
I udflt' lieved that this practice will be'I'I Monday. Enrollment and arrangements Sunday evening' at 8 o'clock. of the B. H. S. '32 class, and now a Last November this ptige the B As each guest entered the door

"STAFF tinue. should be made to- After the graduating class in junior at the University of Florida. H. S. Journal won first place In they registered In the Junior memory .t : r
fUl'rOltUL day. Mr. Wainwright was sent by the book. They were also awarded
Its class at the meeting of Ihe i
and marched ,
Anderson caps gown to its
I ,_-chef| __A. W. The following is a program of Blue Key Honor Society of University Florida Press Association' miniature memory books for
White scats in the front the Invocationby j""
I1"Ltv. Editor-Dorothy commencement: This paper is an accomplishment of Florida, and he spokeon souvenirs t : ,,
Rev.
Marwick C. B. Price was pronounced. In February our exhibit made by
; EditorMarjorie the Honor System over The The was begun with a ;ethirty
Thursday
terar Evening A Journal is seldom edited program ,
this -All Eddie Hartman
___A. Z. Adkins, Jr. Following Hall the won first and second -
ke Editor Alice Royster April 23, 1936, at 8 o'clock during examination week. Power of Jesus Name" was sung. General College.He pi.tee In the Florida' Stale Fair minute leap year game. ,
, eelal Reporter_-Eunice--- Williams Processional-Mrs. L. A. Canova The Glee Club Special Chorus then was ono of the fifty speaks at Tampa. Next on the program was a I"". ,

rade Reporter Invocation-Rev. Montgomery.Piano Strangely, there is no societythis rendered "Rock of Ages" the num- sent out last week by the society.His Five of our seniors, Alice Iloy- welcome speech lo the seniors byMargie :'; '
. week. Guess everyone was 16.1k was good and to the McMillan, president of the
ber with which they won first
SoloSelected.Introduction ster Marie Thede Mar- i"
Marjorie
home studying for exams: rather Andrew point and was enjoyed by all. Junior cluM Following this was ; '
prize In the Jackson Els- ,
RIGHT wick, Hugh Walters anti) A. W. Anderson -
CROW '
of of .
A. a by Marjorie
speech
Speaker-L. than roving around. response
ledlsfodd last In this chapel the senior class
I A trw 1 ,growsIn. volume.People Gray. year Jr., won the coveted big. :Mnrwkk president of the senior t 1 '
The of the makes Its debut in and
reading scripture by caps gowns.
red, Bradford B's.
mentally morally, "
class to the
grow Address-Col. Fred B. Noble. Meet The Seniors held last juniors. j
theSwath Rev. C. B. Price was next and the Elementary chapel was
but
spiritually Two of our high school students The master of ceremonies, Al -4
;
yaleaUy Vocal Solo-Miss Marjorie Benson girls Glee Club sang Teach Me to Thursday, third period. The pro- '
mental '
,an be good or bad In looking over: records for the opened with the Lord's Prayer whose names will be revealed at Kiiy Carlisle, hen called on E. W. '
Pray gram
owth.. uplifting or- degrading Violin! Solo-Miss Courtmanch. yeal we find we have made a se- Principal Leon A. Gray then introduced and Flag Salute and two songs, commencement, won an esaiy, con Hayes, L. D, Green, member of f
orals good or Hl health high' or Presentation of Awards rious error-We have neglected to test conducted by the local W. C. T. the bop rd, to speak a few words.
Rev. Fred Yerkes of the "Morning Prayer. and "Old Folks
L spiritual development. Theirectlon Presentation of Diplomas- give you a living picture of Von- Episcopal Church who deliveredthe at Home." U. I They declined. Next Mrs. Beanley, I
in which our four great da Inman. One of the most Important Quite a number of our first and I Mrs. Long and Mrs. Carpenter .(
J. Grlffls Rev.Yerkt's' .
A. and
Supt. Baccalaureate sermon.
In conclusion the Rev. C. B. ,
Istract possessions grow depend were asked" to make speeches. \
of the seniors. second year typists received pins ,
"If I Be Lifted
Prim L. A. 'I subject was Price a short Inspiring talk '
1 our will-power. Gray. gave for Alice Royaler then read the sen. -
usn Vonda Elizaabeth was born In From the Earth All Men Will having excelled In this sub
Up to the audience that was enjoyed' .
well known fact that The members of the Icr class Mar- ,
lit u i graduatingclass Petersburg Virginia, not Florida, Be Drawn Unto' Me. :. much.PKOrilKCY history Marjorie j
people usually go June 27 and appreciated very ject.Those wick gave the senior will, and f
here young are: on 1918. Following the !sermon the Hymn first year typists making
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where they choose eithere John Godwin, and A. W. Anderson. '
frong. Vonda tells us that clean sports ,
A. W. Anderson, Robert L. 'Onwarl Christian Soldiers" was OF TilE 1936 thirly-flve net words or over per
or wrong road, Is right rendered'] the class prophecy. ;
right Faulkner John McLellan Godwin, manship and dancing are her likes, sung and the benediction was given IV II. S. SENIOR! : CLASSfly minute and receiving the pins are:
jfter they finish school, especially Woodrow W. Hollingaworth. Wil- but she doesn't go in for petting by Rev. B. M. Montgomery. In Arlie Sponholtz Irene Davis, Olela Next, prizes were awarded to the I'
cannot get a job or go to A. \V. Amlerwoii' Jr. following: Hugh Wallers bt'stm8squl'l.alle k! J
] and she tells 4 ,
they drinking smoking
lian N. Johns, William J. McMil :conclusion was the recessional of Smith, Ethel Taylor, Lois Judd ,
liege lan, Simeon D. Phillips, William T. i the graduation class Bombay, India. Mildred Brown, Olen Bedenbaugh, for boys; S. G Denmark -
If they try hard-a Job is usVonda's Sol 2, 1951: bent Impersonation, boys; i
j But Weeks, Grace Ateen Andreu, Johnnie : crowning ambition Is to Hilda Wyrick, and Audrey Polk.
I job be It ever so small-occupy become a Doctor of Surgery. Ai. John Godwin, Mayor of Starke Skeet Tlon, best impersonation, 1' ,I!"
Ree Cone, Audrey Mae Hall, : LASTILl.. TESTAMENTWe The second typists makIng '
Lmselves. find something to do, Vonda tells us that her favorite Starke, Florida, U. S. A. year girls; Vonda Inman, most unique; ,, .
Lea Retta Jeffords, Dorothy Claire the members of the class of 50 net words or over per minute '
ley can stay In the right road andt subject is Chemistry and her favorite Dear John, Virginia Wiggins/ best masquerade, : ;
Klckllter, Lettie McGee, Alice Ml- 1936 of Bradford High School being and receiving pins are: Katie :
wander and In the end It'll beSe and I Hello there! I just arrived In gills. R ;
are
sports swimming .
zell Royster, Ruth Anna Tomlin- I aware of the fact that our high Fugate, 66 net, Margaret Hair, S3 '
clean fellow who wins: be- tennis. Bombay yesterday. Came to cover We were honored by having Mar ,
son, Guilda Marie Thede, Virginia I fcchocl days are becoming fewer In net and Dorothy White SO net. I
Lse the best man always comet And with this, we really con the British-Indian war for the jorie and Harriet Benson sing for 4,
Mae Wiggins, Mary Anne Wiggins, I number and desiring to leave a few Mrs. home hoom ? !
i Carpenter's won
on top elude "Meet the Seniors." We hopewe Associated Press, the company I us, accompanied by Mr Benson !i
A. W. Anderson, Jr. Eunice Elizabeth Williams Dorothy haven't bored with our remembrances to our fellow students -I work for, and I must say, that as the annual best attendance prize Favors were then distributed ,' 'j
Ray White, Mary Sue Mott you and teachers of B. H. S. do and Mrs. .
Lung's room won second
and
--. "Nonsenslble facts," and that we I International free-lance reporter among the guests and cakes ,'f
lona Tinman, Dasie Bell Dunn, 'make this our Last Well and Testament for next best yearly attendance av '
THANKS have some sort of an for the dear old AP, I keep pretty Ice cream were served Following r
given
I We the members of the staff, Hugh Hiram Walters, Jewell Made, Idea of what you the members of the I busy.I erage this confetti and streamers were '

Lve enjoyed writing this little pa- line Crews, Lillian Sternberg Joye senior class are like. To the incoming Freshman classwe Interviewed Rear Admiral W. There are and were other little given out and soon the!! floor! was {' jit

trfor you. We thank you for your Katherine Griner, Louis S. Davis, This program has been presented do give and bequeath our ability N. Johns of the British Navy this prizes and awards too numerous two feet deep! with the bits of paper ,
Lucian Carnet
Ltlence with such amateurs as Julia Katherine Tison, to you through the courtesy of Dot of concentrated study and morning and he tells me that the to mention here. ; (.
Alvarez Wilson F. May, Marjorie (They win need It.) ...... The final event of the ,
Lrselves and we thank Mr. Mat- Earnestine White, and A. W. Anderson, and thought. war Is going hard with his Majesty --- -- --- -- -- evening '
Jews for giving us the opportunity Romesa Marwick, now We say "Good-bye and good To the Sophomores we give and because of the skill and daring 11IKMARCH: OK MONTHS now took place---n midnight show, ) ,'
Beden-
Levi
trying our hands at journalism, Louise Andrews, Olen luck." I bequeath our fine spirit and coop of India's best general, Wilson Each month something Important eliot Tip," at the Rita was enJoyed .
Vonda Elizabeth Inman,
lough poor the attmept. baugh, : eration. May, formerly of our navy. happened, we find. Here's a by all.
1 This Is the last issue of the 1939i James F. Holllngsworth, RaymondEarl HISTORY OF THE SENIOR To the Juniors we give and be- I Was over to the Bombay Military list: -. ? '

i H S. Journal' and we have Plummer, William A. Ed- CLASS OF 1936 queath our dignity and Senior privileges -, Hospital to talk with some of September: B. II. S. Student Cooperative 'I At the close of 193.1 nearly one- "
led to make it better than any wards, Elaine Wynn. This write-up is usually spokenof Also our deepest sympathyfor the wounded, and who do you government enta.bli.Mhed. fourth of the cars on the road ,- ,

Iher. We will probably never as the necessary page of aelf- those who must take American think I ran into? Doc Hollinga October were more than eight years old. ,
: Big celebration of Columbus -
The Junior Graduates are: .
High .
Not since the foundation -- ----
five the chance of being editorsa praise. History.To worth and his wife. James and day in chapel
paper again because every Ruth Alvarez, Clara Flume, In- of our school has such a class as our greatly admired faculty, Marie were on their honeymoonwhen program. Out of 2,540 Confederate soldiers 1 ,

ember of the staff is a member ofle man Green, Sidney Griffis, Lorraine this one entered Into its doors. Asa our sincere appreciation and grat- the war broke out so they decided November: Journal wins first from Marion County, S. C., who -

graduating class. There are I Hartmann, Annie Mae Har- class, we are proud, and justlyso itude for their help and good ad- to help the English In the place at Florida Press Association' fought in the Civil war only three '

$mgs we know we have written I nage, Lena Lavender, Loryee Phillips ; for with our coming there were vice. hospital. Ree says for me to say meeting In Sebrlng. are '
e should not have written; there I Rommer Phillips, Earnest ushered in sweeping changes, reforms hello to you for her. December.: The play "A Christmas ,
i Phillips, Dorothy Sapp, Douhia and improvements in the .ndh'ldual n"'IIII''ts| Carol" was presented. C .
e things we have not written By the way, I forgot to tell you -- -------- .
e i should have written, but; "Of I Smith, Doris Silcox, George SU-! school. Our dreams of days ot I, Marie Thede leave to Bee my Mose-very that three ships of our navy are January: New Year Resolutionsmade. ITrTT1:1r': 7

|I sad words of tongue or pen, cox, Mellie Silcox, ,Doris Strick- peace, rest, frivolity, and years of magnetic. personality here to protect Americans. Theyare Best ones read In chapel. ,;, j ,
|e saddest are these 'It might land Willa Mae Thornton, Geraldine easy, pleasant riding were rapidly ley.I under the command of Admiral February: Lincoln's and Wash '
"' Torode Mildred It Elaine Wynn do will my ability r.
>vs been' -Whittier. Tillman, John dissipated and blown skyward. Bedenbaugh. ington's birthdays celebrated.
THE: STAFF. :: Warren, Irene Yarbrough, A. soon became apparent that we to sing to Katie Fugate. ,ii', i
i Signed) At Toukeo, Japan, :March: Senior play "Betty Lou 1"ln.Y' 'function txdly 4ml Ii '
--. Z. Adkins, Julian Griffis, Vernon could no longer ride with safety, 1 I, Hugh Walters.in sound mind I write this ten days later and presented. WHEN wffef< rugging' bcb" .eli., LtL ,

EXAMS HELD Silcox; Irene Lewis, Alma Murr- but that we must actually prepareto and good health, leave my ability of I'm lucky to be able to write it as April: Seniors wear and with dllilncx, burning, scanty or loorVrautnt ,
I 'It's always darkest before hee, Irva Cubbege, Billie Jo Jor- struggle and work. Persistently acting Romeo to S. G. Denmark you. shall see.I gowns. caps urination ,nd getting up .! j

Iwn. That's the way it Is here. dan. have we toiled on to this day; I, Dot White, do will by abilityto arrived upon the scene of the night, when you 'e.1! lir.d., nervous. .4 .
list and although what we have done talk and fast to Ethel:<: I the .llupMl. use Dom'l Pllli.Dotn'i .
before a grand and glorious long revolution yesterday was on '
PROFESSORS NIT WIT AND must certainly go down in his Chief Justice Davis said eve especially (lor poorly y : g
that W T
cation, we have examinations. Packham. S3 "Pride of France" when one of working .kkintyi Mlllioni of' beau f
Jxams for all classes except sen- KNOWKNOT tory.But I, Raymond. Plummer do will my the revolutionary submarines sank would be reelected and no wouli ere used every y.'". They a'. rcom ,
ins were held this week. Senior why can we boast of suchan sense of rhythm: to Albert Lee the ship. Rudolph Andrews- Woodrow because of the new three mended. the country over. Ask your ,i'i; '

laminations were held last week (The Empty Vacuums) enviable record? Because from Crosby. wan the ship's chief engineer- anil. day Week measure and because of neighbor! | _ : L'1 ,
order would the we have fostered the saved. This his adding that 13th month, Sol. It
| that the last week Dear Profs:- beginning I, John Godwin, in sane mind I weie the only ones _
free for the many graduating The firm I work f9r went bust proper spirit; because we have and excellent health, do bequeathmy letter happened to be In my coat comes between. June and July you D I '
lass activities. worked together, broken down all pocktt. We drifted on ft large know 1.
and I can't pay my gas bill What'll ability to flirt to Arlie Spon-
(Elementary as well as high I do? lines of demarcation, and assem- holtz.I piece of ship timber three days and Guess you heard about Clara MI
jthool exams were held this wtekso bled together as one. finally we were picked up by the Gee, Leltle's sister She died las: --- -- --

| We believe we have one offe Resignedly Lucian, Alvarez. Nine years ago a Lone Eagle loon Tillman, will my abundant "Lark," one of the McMillan Air- week and was burled! In the Sump- FOR GOVERNORWo
of freckles to Jack
smartest schools in the state rose from Roosevelt Field to soar supply ; line Company's trans oceanl son Lake Cemetery, The Rev Hugn '
cause of the extra small num- Dear Lucian: through the boundless sky to Paris. Underbill. planpH Bill Edwards was chief JI Walters of the First Baptist hereby announce the candidacy -

*r of failures this year. just don't let it leak out. That flight is history. Four years I, Lea Retta Jeffords, do will\ pilot. A pleasant! surprise, eh? Church of N. Y. C. officiated! at of lion. Jerry for Ooverncr W. Curler of ,' '

--. The helping hands, ago, 12 freshmen, individually and my alluring blue eyes to anybodythat : Rudolph "and I had to go to the the funeral. ;
Florida
HOME: HYGIENE CLASSGRADUATES Profs. N. & K. collectively set out on an equally would like them.I hcspltnl for a while but we're i In Grace Andreu (she's the city to the, milject Demo. ;t,

perilous journey through equally); Lillian Sternb.rg, not being a dandy shape now. Audrey Hall bookkeeper) asks me to say hello erotic primary ,, ,
I Graduation exercises of the home Dear Profs: uncharted seas. bit conceited, do will my graceful' and Lea Retta Jeffords were nurses to you for her. elections next

Sglene class were held. in the au- Please use detest and deduce in The caravan which will be given figure and attractive personality to I thee.: Raymond Plummer was In town :t'' June 2nd, u.nl

lorlum last Friday. one sentence for me. I failed a diplomas is made up of those who Marjorie MacMillan. Really, wherever I go I run Into last week lie's president of __; 23rd. rnd

The program was begun with alay test because -of that.Sincerely matriculated four years ago and I, Earnestine Andrews, will my old tlaanmates ours. Sears, Roebuck, Montgomery Ward, .JfIY i there arose ono

'Convincing Aunt Lucy", a recruits; from caravans which pleasing personality ,to Myrtice I was listening to the radio last and Co., now you know They say out of the great 4'"c

|tie skit that demonstrated many Eunice Williams. .. started the Journey earlier. Killlngsworth. i night and heard that new torch he's worth a billion dollars. '.- : .. multitude of the iri

the iseful facts learned by the About one-four of our large class I, James Holilngsworth will my singer that's taken the country by Virginia Wiggins was elected 3 common people t ,
s n first aid and care of the Dear Eunice: which is gaduatlng this year started all the storm, Elaine Wynn. She wa county school superintendent last whopo name is D
ability to "rush" new girls
k. (Che players were: Dorothy I hear you flunked in detest and to school here In the first grade. singing, "Huriicane, Stay from My year. She got Dorothy Klrkliler .. called Jei ry.
to school to
:who ,
Iit. Marie Thede Elaine Wynn, your dad gave you deduce. They are: come anyone Door," My radio has televisionand a Job as Spanish teacher at our JUST! Jt.KRY; they nil call him
to a new V-8. I
I'naa' Inman, Midge Marwick, and Obligingly, Bill Edwards, James Hollings-! I lucky enough possess EKIre's prettier than ever. I old Alma Mnler Madallne Crews because he Is neither a lawyer, 'e I

furee Howard. Profs. N. & K. worth. Vonda Inman, Lillian Stern- 1 I, A. W. Anderson, do will my hear she's engaged to that Broadway and Daisy Belle Dunn teach here I he nor Is a the banker friend, nor of a senator. Hut
man, and will J
Ne'> were several announce- .-. bere. Junta Tison, Elaine Wynn, A position as Editor-in-chief- of the playboy, Simeon Phillips. Is too. Althea McCormlc teaches' make "'Jorida.a sane, safe 4

'ola by Mr Gray. Then Alice JokesThe W. Anderson, Grace Andrew, Doro- school newspaper to anyone unlucky that so? music now. nor GenIal Jovial faver- ,i'' .

yste gave a talk on the ac- thy Clair Klckliter, Mary Wiggins, enough to get It. Ah, did I tell you that Lucian I've h.id a headache all morningand Generous Just Ifonust ,

Bmplishments of the Home Hy- Eunice Williams, and Dorothy I, "Pinky" Davis in excellent Alvarez Is building the new China If the aspirin I took doesn't Capable Sober Sate" .
I'ne i lass; The class next pre- Treasurer of the Ladles Aid White. Our happiness Is tinged health and sound mind, do will Japan bridge ? Its almost finish work pretty quick, 1'1go/ over to friend and Supporters of '

Bnted H gif of appreciation to Society went to the bank to depositsome with pathos when we think of force to Al Kay Carlisle and to S. a 1. I hope the revolution Uoesn' the office of Doctors Inman and Jerry the Commoner .1

rs Hickok and one to Mrs. Dar- funds, remarking to the those who had been stranded along G. Denmark my title as Mrs. Car interfere with the work. If he does Tillman for treatment. Eunice Wil- ;.

J was. presented. banker. Here Is some Aid mon the way. penter's pet.I that little job well maybe he can Hams la a nurse over there, by the All-Florida Candidate for 1'

[In inclusion the members of the ey.The At all times our class has beenin Audrey Hall, do will and bequeath land the proposed American-Eu- way. Governor ; ,
|'S3 n Red Cross veils, marchedn banker, a little hard of hearIng the forefront of things. It has my excellent ability to learn ropean bridge across the Atlantic I see by the Telegraph Dully that (Paid Political Adv.)

n th(' stage! and received Red thought she saUl egg money, held high the banner of leadership, American History to Ireta Saxon. Had a letter from Alice Roy Elaine and Simeon were married

|OM Certificate as tokens of their I and replied "The old hens did pret- fellowship and fearlessness In cam I, Mary Wiggins do will a partof sler, President of the American yesterday. Would Protect People'sRighls ,

1duaton! The certificates were ty good, didn't they? pus activities; it has revered the my abundant flesh to Marl Bar AsH'n. and she tells me you're Well, my headache has disappeared -
paenteu by Mrs. Darby. Those : traditions handed down by other Hinson. running around with that Holly- and State Assets '

Delving the "diplomas" were: Billy: Don't you file your nails classes when these traditions were I. Julia Tison, do will my abilityto wood Heartbreaker, Dot White. I I was In N. y this morning.

ace Andreu Johnnie Ree Cone, Al Kay: No, I just cut 'em and considered good and we have prof- give talks in Spoken English hope it comes out O K., because Went over to Columbia Universityto ,

f aeline Crews, Daisy Belle Dunn throw 'em away. ited by other's mistakes. Adver- class to Loureo Howard. really, John It's time you marriedand call on Midge Marwick. She

Nrey Hall Vonda Inman, Lea sity has caused reflection and today I, Daisy Bell Dunn, do will my settled down. discovered that new planet, Sat. "-

pa Jeffords Marjorie Marwick, Visiting Mama I wish to find we are better prepared to cope "snitzy" new permanent to Debris So wishing you luck, I remain mars, the other day She la the

I ry Sue Mott Marie Thede, Zona1fllan my son soon the Honorable Fltz- with the problems which confront Bloodsworth. I Your friend, professor of Astronomy at the col. -, k

Julia Ttson Dorothy aaller Fltzctarence Vere de Vere. us. I, Eunice Williams, will my extreme A. W. Anderson, Jr.

lie' Mary Wiggins, Eunice Wil- Willis Smith-I'll have him sent Added to those who started in height and my ability to lege.Saw Lillian Sternberg there, too ,

ms, Louree Howard, Clara Mc- to you In a minute. Madam. Here the first grade which will graduateare get through school without studying Starke, Florida She Is the Atheltic and Physical ',

e. Earnealine Andrews Deloris Ralph go and tell young Flat Face : Louis Davis Hugh Walters, to Arthur Swanbom. Sol 28, 1931Mr. : Instructor* of the university

''odeworth, Mildred' Brown Ruby he's wanted at once. Lucian Alvarez, Madeline Crews, I, Johnnie Ree Cone, will my position -: A. W. Anderson, Jr. The morning paper carried the #
f wpler Eula Dyal Marlile Hem- Robert Faulkner, Woodrow Hol- as chairman of the attend- 'Rio De Janerlo, Brazil S. A. announcement of another marrl

way Alberta Hlnson, Marjorie Dentist: You say you never have lingsworth, W. N. Johns, Bill Mc- ance committee and my ability to Dear A, W., age. I see where the President
keon. LeItha Kelly Flortedli bad this tooth filled before. But Millan W. T. Weeks, Ruth Tom- recite poetry to Rosa Mae Rowe.I I received your letter. The Jack- married his secretary' His new sec
HgSWOrth' Myrtice Killings- there are small flakes of gold on linson Olen Bedenbaugh, Wilson Mary Sue Mott do will\ my scnvllle division of the AP tells me retary Is Joye Griner. j

MarjorIe McMillan, Ethel the drill. Mae, Raymond Plummer Earnes- unusual ability to spell to Chester that the above Is your present ad We're well pleased around here,
kham> Alice tine Andrews, Daale Bell Dunn Moody. dress. I hope you are still there
Royster, Ireta SaxLillian Patient: Well, you've probably I A. W., becauHe Julia Tlnon, a nurse
Sternberg, Virginia struck my back collar button. 'Joye Griner, Marjorie Marwick I, Virginia Wiggins, do will my s > this letter will reach you. at Riverside Hospital, just discovered _
grins, Elaine Wynn Actor John A. So you're going to lone Tillman, John Godwin, John- ability to be on time every morning Well, old boy, the presidential a cure for cancer. That's the

11 a little speech, Mr. Gray rec- use men In your next play? You nie Ree Cone, Audrey Hall, Lea to Marie Tison. election is going full speed. Looks biggest thing any of us have done.I .

mended this course as one of the have really discovered at last what Retta Jeffords, Marie Thede, Mary I, Midge Marwick, do will my as If President: Weeks' will be re- must close now because It's SAMUEL W. CETZEN I

st Practical taught because It I[ am. Sue Mott, Rudolph Andrews, Sim ability to blush to Martile Hem- elected, though, If you want to almost time to hear the Elaine Candidate fop .I

b'' "8e<1 actively in later life. Director: Yeah hurry up and get eon Phillips, Lettie McGee Althea Ingway.We know the truth. Saw his private Wynn hour. Dot and I (we were STATE TREASURER

idford High was the first Into the hind legs of that ctal'eborse McCormick and Clara McGee. the student government will secretary' Earnestine Anders, at a married last week) wouldn't miss Ib his platform Mr. Cctzea

l 001 l In Florida to offer this ,over there. The steel of our personalities our whole-hearted desire that this party given by Vice-President that for anything. ItateS, "A. State Treasurer and a .
rs. having been properly tempered, It program may be successfully! carried Woodrow Hollingsworth last week So !long until you answer, old u_be* of UM VJUTOUeoaatitu- if,
Barber, -HavexCt I shaved you must now be'seat to-the st_ to out In the years to come and and she says that Ruth TomMnson, pal. :lonal State Boards, I shall strictly '

deVice for controUbtl' ths before, sir: ? be sharpened. Yet it Is with sin- that Bradford High will always the Supreme Court reporter for the Your lifelong friend, force law. far protection: of f ..

fc.0' can having!: soft Customer:, No. Those scars are cerest regrets that we must say land for that which If pure, upright United Press, told her that LetUe Jobn Godwin, ,pie and"the *...tII of- Ole State. ilL

on the market. ,from the car. j "Auf Wledersehen." j and fine, McGee, Court Stenographer, said Mayor ot Stark.. "f FIends.Paid. Political Adv .

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rOTTNTT: TTLEORArH. STARKE.
BRADFORD .. ..
PAGE; FOUR -
.____ ------------------ --"" ------- program at "
__-__ Juvenile Music Club the Woman ,
GivesSuccessful
Music Week North Florida W. M. S. House to which tan Q!'
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To Be Observed Presbytery Met Tea At Elects OfficersAt I tives will be Invited nf: :rtIa."

Woman's Club HouseThe the regular meeting of the ---.- ..
V ,t The musical organizations of Here TuesdayThe Juvenile Music Club Wednesday
t'' '3ocietrJJ Starke are uniting to observe Music North Florida Presbytery of Woman's Club building was afternoon, April 15, the following Shorthand Clasxf-
tea
Week, May 3 through May 8., the Presbyterian Church In the U the scene of afternoon/a successful given table by Circle officers were elected- for the next Miss Hope Hayn? ,?.,
session, Thursday J11eeA0.
S. A. met In annual Spring club :
The choir of each church la requested -I Churchof Number One of the Woman's year nle Mae Pearce ?,, 1
In the First Presbyterian Davis "nduet
Lulu !
i", .i. to have special music at I Starke, Tuesday, April 21. Missionary Society of the Methodist Presldent.-Ida Vice-President-Clarice Thomas shorthand classes at tn,' \\'PA :
flee
J Memorial) Day Business And Program the morning service on May 3. At : opened with a Church, the committee In Barefoot building every i rj"'da,,"
: The meeting was Secretary-Sara "*
Thursday
Ritch afternon
,
i'I, : I IJ"" Will Be Observed Meeting W. M. U. 6 o'clock In the afternoon of this sermon by the retiring moderator, charge Mrs. Charley being E.Mrs.Johns Carrie, Mrs. Sam Treasurer-Freddie Wimberly classes Typing WIll m\,h, \taught*
Itj ',I union Service will beheld Rev. S. C. Bates, of Penney Bishop '
meet- day a Vesper the Reporter-Nina those .
t'i l The business and Smith. desiring it ,
,j( The W. T. Weeks Chapter U. D. program Anderson and Mrs. Hogan ri t'' i.
I ,A. 'I'f, C., will sponsor Memorial Day exercises Ing of the Baptist W. M. U. was at the Methodist Church. of Farms. The Rev Henry was O elected Moore, Receiving at the door were Mrs.J. The club will giving observe a special Music charges for taking th,, q'lrSf,' ire a
Howey-in-the-HlllH
In
Week May by
afternoon Wednesday afternoon May 6, at W. White, leader of circle num- everyone Is welcomi <
afternoon, the held at the church Monday and utend
on Sunday moderator for the coming year
'f 3:30: o'clock the Juvenile and Junior -, I ber one, Mrs. A. Wood, presidentof -- .
26th, at four o'clock, at Crosby the Rev. Alexander Noble, of So- -
Music Clubs will give a program the W. M. S.? Mrs. T. J. Griffin thinks J. R. ,,
'1' following to sincere Teague, ,
led rento Temporary Clerk. The ty wishes express \b \ ?
: Cemetery. Mrs. A. M. Darby, president w ,
at the Woman's Club. and Mrs. W. E. Middle-ton past res;
helpedin dent of Asheville, ,
delegates to the PresbyterIan to all who so generously N: 1' ,,
The Is under the direction the devotional, assisted by Mrs. Dainty has 8tri
of the Society.
i program of the week presidents ,
The final program General Assembly which meetsin making this affair so success only one motion pistol Ifi
of Mrs. E. K. Ferryman, W. B. Alexander. The Bible Study will be given Friday. May 8, at Syracuse N Y., during the latter little Janet Anderson was stationed ful both from a financial and so- That was film stan MX( the huh!
t Chapter Historian, and Prof. LeonA. topic was "The Mustard Seed." The 8:30: p. m. by the InstrumentalTrio part of May were elected: The near the door and received the cial standpoint Will Rogers. kte

Gray will make an address, his' program was in charge of Circle of the Florida State College I Rev. Loren E. Btimbacker, of St. offering in a silver basket. ---- '--

., object. ; being "The Old South." No. 1-Mrs. L. Q. Powell, leader. Women faculty. This trio Is com- Augustine, Ministerial Commissioner The auditorium was attractively
,1 of Mary Esther Winslow, pianist Eustla, decorated with. variety of Spring
I Music will be furnished by a quartette The topic was "Pioneers of the posed A. W. Magill, of Lay B. F. PATY FOR GOVERNOR
; Augusta Murphy, violinist' ; Commissioner flowers, a table In the center of
Kingdom." Mrs. Powell was assisted and Owen Sellers, cellist. Society the room being covered with a lace BI MIN
The Woman's Pre byterlal
member Is -
Each Chapter requested -
to bring or send five bou- by Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, Mrs.J. The public Is cordial:/ invited to was In session at the same cloth and centered by a huge bowl FORT PIERCE SEE
quets of flowers for decorating H. Lord, Mrs. E C. Priest and each of the programs. time at the Woman's Club building of choice roses. The stage was
graves. The public Is cordially Mrs. Darby. During a short business .. with seventy-five delegates in attendance unusually beautiful, the decora-
invited and flowers sent by friends session reports from officers Sunday School PicnicAt Mrs. J. M. Douglass, of tions being arranged with cut flow-backof BUCK.JONES
and at the
and bamboo, ,
this meet- ers
will be appreciated. The graves of and committees were given.A good held Weirsdale, presided over
t the close of a contest the stage was a Dutch windmill,
I I ',' Confederate, Federal Spanish- I personal service report was given : 'Ing and Miss Bonnie Baker of 4 Barbers
1 by Mrs. G. II. Lowry's Sunday clerk. The the artistic work of Eddie Hart-
i American and World War soldiers Green Cove Springs was
The Easter box had been sent to
School Class, of the Presbyterian This
( will be decorated. the little girl the Society is cloth. address of welcome was given by man, a high school student.
Sunday School, the boys of the of the windmill formed an appropriate 3 Sharp Razors
Mrs. H. H. president
I The members, at The circles are Young
are requested by Ing Arcadia class, being the losers; entertainedthe for the Holland pro-
'I the president to meet Saturday to begin studying the book "flow girls with -a weiner roast at Starke! Society. Mrs. M. Springer, background that delighted the audience. ,(Paid Political! Adv.) )
,( afternoon at 4 o'clock in the Methodist To Pray" the Mitchell cottage at Kingsley of St. Augustine"gave the response. gram
I 'I Church yard to make Magnolia Circle No. 2 will have charge of Lake, last Thursday afternoon.A Reports from the' officers and sec The program was faultlessly car- -
wreaths for the soldiers the church flowers and programfor swimming party was enjoyedby retaries of the different depart- ried out by the small pupils from
showed marked Increase in the taught by Mrs. HerbertC.
grades
ments a
graves. ,May members the
the class during
:',d: r spiritual advancement. The days Ritch and Miss Kitty Hogsed, LIPTON'S TEA
: ) afternoon, after which weiners
program closed with the Installa- with Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid as ac
roasted on the shore.
were Chap-
i"" tion of the new officers by Mrs. companist. Master Austin Smith FREE GLASS WITH EUH
i"r Mrs. and Mrs.
The CoolestSTRAWS erones were Lowry
r i'' Carl Jackson. John Mecklln of San Mateo. Mrs. welcomed the audience, after which D >POUND PACK\E
M. Bovard, of Lakeland, presidentof the children, dressed In Dutch costumes A
: the Synodlcal was a guest presented the playlet "HoleIn Pkg. 25c
".,.. :" : :. ', ..', "I'D I : 'Do.... speaker The principal speakerfor the Dyke." Little Shirley Ar- r-
both the Presbytery and nett, wearing a colorful costume, SUNNYFIELDOATS
RITZ THEATRE.STARKE the: Presbyterial was H. sang"a Spanish song, and was followed ttrAbS9N0
'i' ,,, YOU EVER WORE Weber. M. D., who for thirty L'j by Gloria Ann Schofield 3 lb. b box 15cRUTABAGAS
; has been the head of a great singing "On the Good Ship Lolly- I ECONOMIt RULES
sion hospital at Elat, Africa, and pop."
PROGRAM who has been knighted by the The closing number on the pro-
MEN'S RKC.INNING; FRIDAY French Government for distin- gram was the Easter Parade by Bunch 5c
guished service little Margaret Monteith and Ralph
TIIURS.-FRL, APRIL 23-24 More than one" hundred and Alvarez, Jr., wearing charming/ CARROTS Bunch 5c

& "BOULDER DAM" twenty-five were in attendance at Colonial costumes. This numberwas BEETS Bunch 5c
well carried out that It
these two meetings. The dele- so
FRESH
i Ross Alexander brought rounds of applause from
Y : gates were from St. Augustine,
'
4 BOY'S Patrlrln Ellin Green Cove Springs, Sorento, Eus- the audience. GREEN BEANS Lbs. 25c20c

i tis, Howey-ln-the-Hills, Crystal The large number of guests were SWEET POTATOES 10 Lbs.
1.: itl / t! S"TURDA'1'PRII.. 25 River, Crescent City, Glenwood, seated at small tables and served
"SMOKEY SMITH"Bob Lake City and Weirsdale. dainty refreshments by the fol- CELERY'Bunch 8c
i s:1 lowing girls: Carol White, Dot
98c Lunch waa served at the Wom- ORANGES Dozen 20c5c
Steele sina Club House for the visitors. Bishop, Virginia and Katie Fugate, I
4 V't t 1 -Also- .-.. Ooshla Smith, Virginia Weaver and,, GRAPEFRUIT Each

SERIAL COMEDY: Margaret Pearce. BANANAS 4 Pounds 17c
to 1.95 Presbyterian Church NewsAt The object of the tea was to raise!!

SUN.-MON., APRIL 26-27 the close of the morning service money to help on the Christian
last Sunday the members of Education Building now being con GRANULATED DIXIE CRYSTAL
"King of Burlesque"Warner the Church held structed next to the Methodist
Stop Mopping Presbyterian a
?,t--, t Your' Brow- BauterAIIC'e congregational,, meeting. Reports Church. At the close of the after SUGAR 5 Lbs. 24c

il What Your FayeTUESAO'ED. From all the departments were received noon Mrs. Charley E. Johns an- ,
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r h ., APRIL 28-29 to $63, much of this sum being IONA
\ Our Snappy- the affairs were in good condition.The .
', 1 { t t I i\ Looking Cool 'The Walking Dead' following'were elected Elders: I donated by the following business TOMATOES 4for25c
i Straws: So E. M. Davis.F. A. Scott, J. M. men of the town:
f r Light So Boris Karloff W. E. Torode H. A. Bishop, De- ..
Mitchell, H. H Young. C, A. ------ -
r r Churchill ,
r Breezy-You,, Marguerite r Knight. Trustees were as follows; Witt1! C. Jones H. C. Wall. Carl WHITE iui ?i8.or!; DAISY, ,. .. w
u V a Don't Know THURS.-FIU., APR 30-May; 1 K. G. Duncan,. 's, W. Klannlgan, Knight, S. R. Johns, Sr., Charley
I;. \ You Have One "It Had To T. N. Kendrick, T. S. Williams. E. Johns A. A. Durden Sam An- MILK 3 Tall cans 19c
\ on Except Happen"George derson, W. L. Wall, Employees of
r 1h" i' for Improved. appearance. Raft Executive Bbard Meeting Light Plant, A. O. Andreu, W. J. .

Rosalind Rusaell Woman's Club Epperson, A. J. Thomas, S. R, HAMPTON SODA or
Johns, Jr., A. J. Griffis, E. C. GRAHAM
OVERALLS WORK SHOES The Executive Board of the Priest, D. C. Kinlaw, E. H. Smith,
Lucky Seat Night Every Tuesday Woman's Club, of Starke, will C. L. Stockwell, Jesse Alexander I. imffi
CRACKERS
AND SOLID LEATHER and \Vednt'tldayCallis meet Thursday, April 30, at the A. E. Wall, N. Sternberg, Clayton
SOLES Frizes. Clubhouse. All members of the Strickland, Bill Mundy H. V. Sax-
i; PANTS ATWORK executive boatd are urged to be ton Mr. Leo Keller and Mr. Cooper. Lb. Box____ lOc Pound 37c

', ij,, ; Won't ":: ", .''' .-,'- present. .. The Woman's Missionary Socle-

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Miss. Annie Mae Pearce. Mrs. II. I 4'1'
c. Brown and Miss Mina Manassa I : didates an opportunity to prove GRAHAM to be removed to her hom N., J "

were visiting in Jacksonville Tuesday TOO LATE their qualification by offerin' Mm. I.. c. Hmlth, r.rm....... Mr and Mra. D. W Simon of ti )'
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prizes for the followln' contests: 4 t ir ,
Gainesville were visiting! Mr and bt i t
Bits of Baby Kissin Hand Shakln' .BackSlappln' Rev L G Hemingway of Starke '
----- TO CLASSIFY i -Buck Passln' -Hair pull. Is conducting a revival! meeting at Mrs L. C. Smith. Sunday %

Mrs M. H. Brewster and eon ; 11:0: Rt''ELr.! KAY in (for' women only) Cigar the Baptist Church. Much Interest Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Waadln of +t

Eugene of Jacksonville were here I .......t..,.. Florid P... A..n. I Pasiiin Mud Sllngln' FenceStrsddlin'Promisin'Pussyfoot is being shown Every body Is Waldo, were visiting relatives here
IDeal N Saturday visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. I welcome to come. Sunday. I
H. Johns. I I in', and then wind all of it up with
I've had a lot'of crazy questions I i a grand and glorious "Next Gover- We are glad to report that Mrs. Mrs. C. B. Roberta and Mrs. F. 'III
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND I asked me in my time but when I nor" free-for-all with no holds Bessie Wasdtn who has been very II M. Griffin were visiting in Gainesville ,
OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN Hugh Walters, member of the Buck. Buchanan, manager of the barred and to hell with the Marquis ill In a Gainesville hospital la able I Friday.flistiiictfivo "
PROGRESS 1036: graduating class of B. H. S., Fkrtda Tomato Festival to be held I of Queensbury'! jl dgritue

has secured a position at Mitchell's at Ruskin May 6.9. walked Into --.r_.__ flowerscherry

Drug Store. my office and calmly asked me : !fl'. and Mrs IM.. Barefoot I 1 I'
herschel
where he could get: "twenty Gladi hail as their guests Sunday Mrs. at ,

", ?1't was visiting in Cefurs Clifford Lambe was in Jackson- Mrs. Tolbert H. Black, of Lake ators" it stumped me. Barefoofs slater, Mrs. Frances I \\II"I' I
E I' I ,unday.; ville Monday visiting his mother, City is spending several days here "Gladirftora*" 1 gasped "why Parker and daughter, Miss Imo- phone 1-212O le r i( <. .
r Rr" Mrs. Mae Lambe. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. there ain't no such animal. They gene and Mrs. Minnie Opperman, mart renter plrrm unusual 'or""Kl'li ,
mealy N. Kendrick been extinct ever since Nero played of Grand Rapids, Mich., and Dade flowers for gift f ft' ,s: \s
o I. Beasley spent that third alarm on his fiddle!" City also Henry Parker and Pete { I
Mrs. W. E. Torode and Mra. J. )
.
m 'la'Ksnoville.It Then Buck took down his hair Arndt of Grand Rapids. They all r-i I" I I
r W. Andrews, Jr., were visiting in Mrs. A. Z Adkins went to Jacksonville and sobbed out his story. It seems returned to Grand Rapids this FUNERAL DIRECTORMy \

of DeLand, was vis- Jacksonville Tuesday. Beach Tuesday and spent he's framed up n tomato throwln' week after spending the winter I !
i".He Blgga luring, the past week-. her several days with her sister, Mrs. contest as one of the big featuresof months in Dade City. Many Year ElM'rl..n'elakes:\ It Possible for Me to Render! s t 11 '\
nere Miss Kitty Hogsed has as L. L Roane. "
the festival. What he to
plans MtOMl'T and COURTEOUS SERVICE '
EFFICIENT )
idI guest this week her cousin, Miss 'i
do is line "
up twenty husky young Trans-Pacific airplanes are In- MODERATE PRICES '
F. Sauls spent Ann Edwards, of Miami. Mr and Mrs A. M. Darby had as men ten on a side stripped to the spected by California to guard l DeWITT C. JONES ;, '' '
A.
in. Mrs waist, provide each of 'em with a I '
Mi visiting their guests Sunday Mr and Mrs. against Introduction of malaria- St rke, Florida ''l t
returned
St Augustine Mrs. T. D. Rlckenbacker "
basket of tomatoes
esdaIr. H. C. Richard and Charles Darby, I generous overripe bearing mosquitoes.
fclatlv* Friday from a several days vis- all of Palatka. I and when he eives'em the I t .j, 1-: :
It in Bradenton with friends. gun they're; supposed to pelib!I '.,'rl'i1;;( i ,
Barefoot Is attending I /, i
M
Ip other without mercy.
irano Lodge of the Order of Mains Misses Barbara and Jack Hoke, I W J. E-pperson Jn of Jacksonville i I : .. 4 ,
,m ksonvllle, this week, aaIdelegat. of Wildwood, are the guests this spent several days this week "I want hard-boiled guys who ..\ '
take It standin'\ and ,
ifthey've "
rf Starke Lodge No, 3S.: :week of Miss Vonda Inman. hero! with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. can up I
I W. J. Epperson.Mr. had pitchln' experience so
much the better,'"he explains
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Colley were .
the guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs.A and Mrs. Bernice Johnsonof "Now if it was throwln' mud 'I,
REAL I. ,Spencer In Jacksonville. Gainesville, spent several days you was interested<.t In. Buck" I P r "I
here recently with Mrs. Johnson's says, "I could recommend a number I' j '

ESTATEIF Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hart and Mr. i father A. L. Kahr. of profession, but tomato "
I _____ throwln' somethln' else "
Is again. ,
and Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr., were I /
YOU WANT TO and Anyhow opportunity knocks for I I.
visiting in Jacksonville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Lynn I
BUY. SELL OR RENT children spent the past week-end in any guy whose bean needs a little i I I'I.

US- Miss Madeline Hazen spent the Lake City with Mrs Lynne mother ketchup. \
past week-end in Brooker with her :Mrs. Roxie Amerson. But wait-don't go yet -opportunity I.: t..
,
thin timelouder
ItTlnrlcft
WILSONREALTY parents, Mr and Mrs. T, C. Hazen. again
mCl iB; ;
:Mrs. Alma Bain Mrs. J B. Sapp and funnier ,
CORP. Ronald Douglass, of Jacksonville I and Miss Dorothy Sapp were visiting editor of the Saturday News, I I ,:'
was a guest Saturday at the ; in Gainesville and Green Cove comes right along behind Buck
Springs Monday afternoon. with a query thats twice as cuckoo
home of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. White. I
He also seeks twenty care- k "
W. J Epperson was taken tree mortals, but he wants 'em FRIDAY and SATURDAY SPECIALS, APRIL 24 and 25, 1936 f fFANGS'
Thursday of this week to the in the raw, to pose for a NewsReel -
In Gaines picture of a nudist layout,
AHchua County hospital
fUNk ville due to a heart attack. Pardon me while I blush, and what PEARL I MIL I K YI11iK UU>EIU.\I..K--UOOKINU C? : J,

have I ever done that Clyde should 5 Lbs. 25c
The W. C. T. U. members and approach me for Information as to GRITS APPLES l l'
I friends will meet at the home of where a flock of human "bears" v 11T'1'l'l'F/
I SEEDS FEEDS GROCERIES Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley on Fri- might be located 3 Tall 19c ;
ARGO FANCY day at the usual hour: 3 p. m. Well I'm polntln out jobs for to Lbs. 24c CELERY Ea. lOc i iLAR0E
forty people, but they are Jobs
PEAS No. 2 Can 14e Dr. H. D. Hagood came here you'd better not take, If you can't FANCY IIVN'IIEs-nEETH or "
Wednesday from Pensacola. He is TAKE IT! WATER GROUND {;
CHEESE CARROTS 2 for ISe
associated with Dr. W. E. Middle- .
ton in the of medicine. I was plannln' to lay off of politics ,
KEROSENE Gallon lIe practice MEA L EXTI&A IAUOE MANGY. dl11CYLb ,
In this column, but I overheard
20c
Mrs. E. R. Marshburn and son, a bit of conversation last night that ORANGES Doze 2SeTENIJEI&
ARGO Edward, of Marianna, were here was too good to pass up. It even 10 Lba. 20c .
PRUNES 2 Lb. Pkg. 1 10e Friday and Saturday visiting with made ME laugh out loud. A cou FIUNII: OHEENII ,
her mother, Mrs. G. W. Alderman.J. pie of fellows were talkin' about k t
Grady Burton's chances: the gov I En811EV'S L A R D BEANS 3 Lbs. 25e :,?"
POWDER 2e H. Hall, who has been here ernor's race and one guy said:
WASHING visiting his son and daughter-in- "Well, taggln' him the administration JUICY
law, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hall, returned candidates kind of puts him behind SUGAR Lb. u ttY2C LEMONS
Tuesday to his home in the eight ball, don't It?" and Dol. 18e

O.K.SOAP 2c Wauchula. I the other bird snort "Eight ball, to Lbs. 48c 8 Lb. 92c '
hhe's behind the seven ball.
I B\LLARD'S 24-lb. I2- "'*. 6-lba. Sherman Bates, who is a studentat There ain't no more rom behind
of Florida, the eight ball.",'f BEAUTIFUL RIPE BANANAS !
[FLOUR 80c "43c ''' 27cKtMFOKDS Gainesville the University, Wall a week-end guest Maine 1.fartln'11f'0Ilectln'! nick. 4 Pounds 15e & <- ,r
;
of his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs eta and .dimes"In 'im -Mfort to secure
O. W. White. enough Jack'to pay his quail- WEITEHN!! NO. :2 SIZE PRINCE t+

BAKING POWDER 22c M!'. and Mrs. Jos E. Wilson fyin'think fee.of runnln It's too for bad Governor Mallie didn't last PIG EARS Lb. 12/c

spent Tuesday afternoon in Jack- summer when everybody was goofy TOMATOES ALBERT 4oFti ; I
sonville with Mr. Wilson's broth- over those "dime chain letters" \

GRITS 10 Ibs25d[ MEAL 10 Ibs 23c er-in-law Lee McDonell.Mr. and .sister, Mr. and Mrs. With Mallie apologies might open to his Rudy meetings Vallee by, PORK STEW Lb. 18r. 4 Cans 25c Can lOc

We Buy Chickens And Eggs slngin "Your DIME la My DIME. i '
UO'KLEMS r
and Mrs R. W. Strickland Editor Fitzgerald of the Daytona ;
of Tampa, were the guests of Mr. Beach Observer, who l is pullin' off PICNICS Lb. 24c SPAGHETTI JII-PLJ\NE .
NAT SEZ --- and Mrs. J. B. Sapp and Mr. and a fish, fry for the press gang and i
: Mrs. W B. Mundy, Jr., during thepast Invited politicians at his house (iiiSEEF or OB ACC O ,4;

I soe by the papers that two men wetk-end. durin' the press convention this MACARONI I
week, asks me for suggestions asto STEW Lb. ISc
In Nova have been have
up Scotia of Cana 15cSMO
Mr. and Mrs W. P. Knight, a program. p 3 For lOc
ing a rather tough time for the Madison, were the guests Sundayof Well, if it wasjoe arrangln' fora
past ten days and at this writing. Mr. Knight's brotber-in-law program like that, I'd positively SAUSAGE Lb I 17/c
and sister, Mr and Mra. W. J. Ep bar all speeches Awt give the can- 4
S S Is not over yet. To be locked up person, Sunday. :J. OIr-N 1/T. 8 LB9. SA L T MATCHES 4 s 4 rk

In a mine for that length of time !
Mr. and Mrs. Jessie A WORD SAUSAGE Per c In $1.25
with no guarantee that you are go- 'GENT .
were called Monday to Jasper, due 4 for lOc 3 For lOc
Ing to get out Is no joke. It only to the death of Mrs. Newsome'a I -.-

tins one redeeming feature they mother, Mrs. M McCall, who died COLUMNDON'T
In a Valdosta hospital. SILVER KING-SELF-RISING 6-LIIS. 12-LBS. 21-LDS r
candidates.REIARKABLE .
are not bothered by I SEND your mattress away
Mr. and Mrs F. C Holllngsworth from home. Have them fixed
and daughter Elizabeth, here by an expert mattress maker.
t : VALUES and son, James, moved this week to I All work guaranteed one day service FLOUR 22c 39c 75c t tf
Ue tttjaurl9 Genii IN WASHDRESSES their Klngsley Lake cottage, where I called for and delivered. Best
\ / they will spend the summer. grade of ticking$4.00. Varnes
Filling Station State Highway

have Herbert Thomas, Alston John- Road 13. ltp / r1.4 1 !
6 some Cool and Stylish son, James Beck, and Pat Young, For WHITE HOILJNO t f .
MAN WANTED Rawlelgh

--S grownupIdeas about $1.00LARGE all Mr.of Thomas's Valdosta uncle, Ga.,and were aunt visiting, Mr,r Route for hustler.of 800 families.We train Good and profits help- BACON Pound 17c BACON Pound 12Wc'

-OT and Mrs. P. J. Pearce, here Sunday. Co.,
tJ STYLE ASSORTMENT Morris you.Dept; Write FAD-22S-SA2 today. Rawlelgh, Memphis, SUGAR CORN, 3 No. cans 25c Argo Sugar Peas, No. 2 can 15c .1

t : 7 OF LADIES' Mrs, Donald J. returnedto Tenn. 4-3-4-24-2tp JUNE PEAS 3 No. 2 25c .
and her home In Vilaa-Wllma this cans COCOA, 2 Lb. Can 15c ,

( S Durabiliryl SLIPS week after a brother-in-law several days visit and "W ]TE or see as for SELECTED Sliced Pineapple, No. 2 can 17c Argo PRUNES, 2 Lb..Pkg. 15c ;' '
here with her Runner and Spanish Peanut Seed"
.< they want All lze_Priced from sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight. Greenwood Products Co. Peanut Table Peaches, No. 2.l/2 can 15c NAVY BEANS, 6 Lbs. 25c '
Sheller. High Springs, Fla.
Wea n.r- Misa Marjorie Stump recently VEGETABLE OIL One Dessert Glass Free 4 t
49c I to $1.95 was elected historian of Zeta Tau LOST-One redUtt-headed: ox
Bird Shoes Alpha sorority at Florida State hog branded ES on right blp.'elghll DIXIEMARGARINE I I 1 Coupon in Each Package 21 C r""
\" about SOil( pound Reasonable -
College for Women. Seventeen national ':4--'
HEADQUARTERS :
WE ARE ALL
FOR
Correct on reward for' return to L. D.
represented
sororities are
t FOR MEN'S UORKCLOTHES Starke, Fla. Itp '
,
lining the state college campus. Vinlng f f'
COUNTRY ROLL
TWO APARTMENTS for rent--: Save the COUPONS ?
,
\ : Mrs. L. A. Davis; Mrs. L. G. One upstairs, one downstairs. Mrs. CREAMERYBUITER: "lh'T ,
Powell and Mrs. W. G. Hall wentto Itp
We FeatureHAPORADE F. H. Long.
OVERALLS: Lake City Thursday of this
week to attend a meeting of the LOST-Young cream colored cow
Second Brigade, Florida Division, with white spot in face. Marks irwN.N N.a.a..fs IltiON t E
$1.49 United Daughters of the Confederacy. crop underblt In one'ear, two un- 20 IBS. Lb. 39cMlICtCLE
derblts In other: Please notify J.
.' All-l..tl., A Good Overall at f 1.00 B. Boyd, Starke Itp WHIP- S

to rear Uo.d sad'' A GOOD BUY Mrs. Edith Murrhee returned FOR SALE- pure
this week from a visit in Okeecho- SALAD DRESSING OR RELISH
"' Sweet Potatoes S1.23: per thou }
year' with her brother and sister-in-
bee
"BELL" SHIRTSFOR sand. T. D. Dyal, Brooker Fla. j, r t
law, Mr. and Mrs. Carlisle Thomas % Pt. 13c Pts -_ 25c Qts. 37c
BOYS and her,,cousin, Mrs. Boy Buchan, 2tp. .
of Arcadia. She also visited frIends FOR RENT- Furnished apartment KRAFT KITCHEN TESTED-FRENII
14
Sizes' 4 to79c

$$1.00 to $1.95 in Bartow. room Is with desired.private F bath.A. Scott Extra, MAYONNAISE OR RELISH SPREAD .Ft pi a t, ,

B. Price,
The Rev. and Mrs. C. Starke Fla. Phone 54. lip
Mrs C. A. Knight, Mrs. B. M. Fua- /2 Pt. 15c Pint 29c
ell and Mrs. H. T. Halt Jr., were FOR SALE or exchange-Several
IT PAYS TO BUY ATSTERNBERG'S horse and mules
In Jacksonville attending a State good work TRADE AT TIP TOP GROC. TO SE LUCKY SATURDAY J '
conference of Sunday school work- Also fresh cows. Cheap. Satlafac.
ers, which convened there Mondayand I tlon guaranteed: E. J. Dowling. I

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TV.I"! PAGE 8IX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAKKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. AI'JtIL 1


S{' ? tl MISSION HALL .. a KINGFISH RUNNING SANATORU M sn? a
CEDAR KEY fish are ,
iii.II'' i King
JACKSONVILLE
: The Assembly room having Jus
\ ?
;, said to abound In the Gulf of Mexico !
,I son, of Tallahassee 1811'
been renovated, old plaster remov- 1 i Ito, I.
off Cedar Key and fishermen '
: ed and the walls and ceiling neatly struction activities r?,", "<**
: the atmosphere STATE NEWSNews report excellent luck. The catchIn tutiona, said *u
FARMERS SECTION I panneled in wallboard. LIVE a sin "W
t was fresh, restful and one day recently was declared to has been accepted t', Orw) \

i k, conductive to study Tuesday eve- have been 15,000 pounds.GAiNESI'ILLE state tuberculosis S EAI
I ''i" ", ?[,
... ; Conducted by Demonstration Agents ning.A. of Florida In Short ParagraphsLARGE .- RALLY will be called with,I",' ,Il"Ii tea, lID BI4..

splendid congregation gathered J he said, and constru, l" iIa J\,
,l a for the study and the time was GAINESVILLE Nine candidates early in May Fed.fl",, l '

'(' profitably spent in finding out I If __ :z for state and national offices finance the project; "'
i 11'.1'' 0 the unsaved can please God. headed by two for governor, have -

i'll It was found that no service la VOTE HAS 37 CHILDREN reported that they will definitelybe TRAIN ----
SCIF.IWlP
; r Hints To Housewives I RURAL acceptable unless one gives one's TALLAHASSEE-Secretary of BROOKSVILLE -- Ambrose H, in Gainesville on April 29 to Our schedule tn.,,,. ;
,
'f' self first: Romans 8:8: and Heb. attend the state-wide political rally iKrs
; I II State R. A. Gray predicts "about Douglas, 91-year-old negro Is the January 5 and train, ,, Fund
COMMON SENSE "
1 116.: and barbecue 'being sponsored !i
I by
will vote this yearIn follows rink
Weekly from Home Demonstration 350,000" persons father of thirty-seven children and ::
In the Bible it Is neces- the Alachua Democratic
studying County Young
the Democratic primaries, a substantial his wife is an expectant mother. -
Speclullftto, Tallahassee I By SPUDS JOHNSON sary to know that It Is a Book of: increase over the 279. 93 Twice married, Douglas' offspringby club, R. H. Hill, president of No 1 Due Kounthhountl Starkr
Instruction to the saved, and "the the club n fl
taking in the second primaryof o, says. No. p
part his first wife numbered twenty 15-Due Starkt'. 5
of God unto salvation to everyone i lh
t' I BOLT-INS USEFUL NATURAL: ADVANTAGESOF power 1932. boys and five girls, all but two now No. 107--Due Stark ., Y
ALL OVER THE HOUSE STATE SHOULD BE that believeth SHIPPING HOLIDAY I 1 *
; living. A widower at seventy-two, No 191-Due Stark, .,. J
restful and i 1.
USED BY FOULTRYMEN Many are finding It FLOATING OFFICES he married his present wife Min PALATKA-Irish potato planters Northbomiii P y

I When a house is planned on par helpful, In these anxious times, to :MIAMI-Some Miami city employes nie, in 1917 and there have been of the Hastings area have declared No. 2-Due Stark "

p, r per a good architect places windows Florida has three outstanding come apart, rest and meditate on occasionally go home twelve children, eleven of them liv- a shipper's holiday, to con- No. 16-Due Starket, 'OS \.II
ft'' doors, chimneys, and other I things eternal. when work is complaining "I \ SOp.y
s \ : natural advantages for controlling over ing. tinue throughout the week. The No. 108-Due Stark
1 fixed: features with some regard to poultry diseases and the extent of I The study next week will be got seasick in the office today." *- decision to halt shipments for a Starke and f1:1: P II

:, r 1, the dimensions of the necessary success In the poultry Industry will "The Sabbath" Sunday, or TheLord's They are the city yacht basin staff. FROG LEG SHIPMENTS few days was reached at a meetingof No. 101-Leaves Wanllae BIM.I- '
: furniture In each room If cost l is Day. last Stark' 0() u
', depend largely on the extent that Their office was carried away WAUCHULA-Wauchula's all shippers and as many grow. No. 102-Arrives A,
: be held down minimum he A Question Box stands near the frog Stark, 1,
to to a these are used. summer by the hurricane and I ers as could be collected hastily 150 P Il

,;;, ''t will give some thought to the possibility These advantages, according to door for Inquiries* quarters were established aboarda o leg shipments trend and have J. E.taken Harp an, frog upward hied at Hastings yesterday after, ---T..1 .RIFALy.
of various built-in features
I Dr. M. W. ,Emmel, Experiment boat. When the ocean breezesare leg dealer sent more than 1,000 noon. The action was taken because -
that will instead of J. D. BAXTER
I serve portable right and the waves roll they ,
I Station veterinarian, are sandy of a bad break in the marketa
to
of the
pounds jumpers' legs
I ,;I equipment or furniture. Funeral services for John D. need office sea legs. I
soil, abundance of sunshine, and break said to have been unwarranted
northern and eastern markets
While lumber l Is delivered
t being Baxter were held Thursday, April .
:. in and workmen available climate.A In within the past several days. Many by loadings but due to 1.YY r ai1111i.11
; quantity are 9, at the First Baptist Church LEGION ELECTS the
,r I such features if planned in poultryman should have little Brooker by Rev. G. E. McGauley, SARASOTA-Harry A. Johnsonof pounds of the frogs have been of depressing effects upon prices

advance may often be Installed difficulty in finding sandy soil assisted by Rev. J. L. Norris and West Palm Beach Saturday became brought in by tile hunters and taken Immature tubers.
for his nocks, for there Is plenty of to the market of where
? more economically during building Rev. C. A. Crosby. Interment was 0 State Commander of the Harp, I
I I, than/ later. Some of them must It In Florida.\ Sandy soil permits In Dedan Cemetery Florida Department of the Amer. they received eleven cents a pound l ?'t TWW *f i| / *

II/, necessarily be built with the house. leaching "bacteria and parasite Mr Baxter was born in Liberty; I lean Legion which closed its annual for' the whole frogs. The legs are Tr) ,

I I,,', Others can be added later and often I eggs that cause disease. This leaching i County, Georgia, In 1871. He moved convention here and will meet next, loaded in iced barrels for shipment ,

help to modernize an old house. causes rapid dessication of to Florida in 1882. He was mar- '. year In Lakeland. Johnson, an attorney ,
'; In such cases a built-in may serve these agents. Even with sandysoil ried to Miss Laura Elizabeth Ward I was elected unanimously to J3Ld l1'JACKSONVILLE

i, J,(,, the purpose better than a movable however, It .to necessary for in 1892 aand to this union were succeed Arthur Boring, Plant City I HUGE LAND PROJECT N N/M

; piece of furniture because it fills the poultryman to rotate his nock born nine children, seven of whom banker, as state commander. The TALLAHASSEE-More than 1,.

+ j a definite space or its surfaces fit every thirty days or so and to keep survive him: Mrs. Edna Crews, J, vote to give Lakeland next year's 400 men are now assigned to workon Tkera. are 101 FLORIDA

', i the height of a particular person. his; runs well-drained., Runs P. Baxter, and G. W. Baxter of: convention also was unanimous, the Wakulla agricultural dem- NOW .0...'arn to 10.be.'aJ.I.er.... CHARLIE CHINED,M..,,

,i,:, No( room offers more opportunity should be plowed after nocks have Brooker; N E. Baxter, Gainesville; Jacksonville withdrawing its bid onstration project, the govern ; 1'0.. proneeee YOUR h.k.id..l to.lod .nd!

v !e than a bedroom for substituting been removed from them. T._. J.__ and___ n H._ .N.__ _Baxter.____ Jackson_ _u at the last minute. ment's large land utilization development Y..... needHrnldeaee b ...thr ol/pros tmfort. ?ennn,5 tin
..1 carpentry skill for movaable fur;I Florida sunshine should be utilized vllle; and W. H Baxter n. of Birmingham located in Leon and Wa Llahmty .I tu-preol doen toen,IKHM-U l.chronnll.I L.(ho.l!.locad! ,?

,I j"l',"''' nishings. It is not only that bedrooms to the fullest extent by the poul- Ala Three brothers and ni\RRY BY BLOOD kulla Counties Last week the tub (ltd lieoir,, toll es1.l E.o r, nun,nc..a Au

<)y I'j,1 are less on view than other tryman. Ultraviolet rays of the three sisters survive: Mrs. Annie DAYTONA BEACHPredictionthat government mailed additional acceptances ..Es and csh.p, (.n..0, b.d e.A.n

:w,' rooms so that amateur work is sun destroy disease agents by taking Plnholster, Mrs. Mary Jane Gainey blood tests will be developed to land owners within s_fl, aear.I, and ind.d"i n.d.p h4.

,1 less noticeable, but draperies, slip the moisture from them. Give and G. W. Baxter, of Brooker, W to determine whether persons planning the area for over 50.000 acres. This AIR CONDITIONED

I i covers, and bedspreads conceal the poultry runs plenty of sun W, Baxter, of Jacksonville; S. W. to marry will be compatiblewas brings the total acreage now accepted I COCKTAIL LOUNGE COFFE! SHOE

,: I i, i' much of the furniture anyway. I shine Dr., Emmel says. Shade Baxter and Mrs. Rosetto Kirshner, made by Dr. T Z, Cason, of for Immediate purchase, to I Rw..S.pt, ..lll. Pie.,

I Dressing tables are easy-just should ba provided for chickens I' of Tampa, also eight grand children ,Jacksonville addressing a roundtable over 300,000 acres and Is near the I I 40 78I Roo.. S2 00 BO R..,B.lkJS5 |

'; : broad shelves braced against the during the summer months, but and a number of nieces and : on marriage at the Florida maximum amount to be bought for I 10 Swk Ro..o. W 2P. ,, d/
., ii*J,:' wall at a suitable height and covered It should not be of the type which' nephews.Mr.: State Conference of Social WorkIn this giant undertaking. tb_ b.Aa ".ap.t La 1

i with gathered chintz, cretonne prevents the sun from coming In Baxter was an outstanding session here. He advocated compulsory -- ---- -- Oil., .. I t POUND H.I.I.HOiiLrAinN .
V or gingham flounce. Further storage contact with every part of the member and senior deacon of the
CAN FIX MACHINE ROIL
r\ examination for couples onon
,_,_.. .
(I .V ,
: room is found In will s a
window rotation -a
a and
.. 1 o yard. Sunshine Baptist Church and will be greatly before> marriage, said the divorce I TAMPA Detective Joe
U City ---
;: !\'', seat which is Just a long wooden render the soil more sanitary. missed from the religious and so- rate could be materially lowered if -----------"t
Morris and Bob Mallory, slot machine
Fi q box with a hinged lid, built to fit in cial activities of the BOREE
I Not subject to wide variations community. persons were instructed properlyIn repairman, demonstrated to FUNERAL HOME
under the
?? window. A fitted I
padded
.
l'' cushion on top completes It. temperature, this state has an ex physiology and anatomy before Judge Watkins in Municipal Court Full line of Casket & Undertakers Supplies
NEGRO
FINDS WEALTH
I cellent climate for poultry. There marriage how one of the slot devices be AMBULANCE
t14k J : Even the bedstead can SERVICEDAY
I or at least
and better
should be less disease MIAMI BEACH-Wealth rained .
"fixed" to prevent it from payingthe AND NIGHT
: the frame of It
be home-
may health among the chickens, as a on Horace Jones, negro porter ata CANAL SLOW jackpot. The demonstrationwas 53
PHONE
built. Pioneers made 53
built-
a many a result. Fresh green feed can be beach hotel. Or at least rain
)' OCALA With made In
l !'; in bed of this kind because they approximately a case against Mrs. G. IL BENNETT Mgr.
,, ,Irlr could not carry heavy pieces of grown most of the year and this brought him $100. Sweeping rain- $1,600,000 of Its allotments undls- S. P. Richardson, arrested at the "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"
helps to keep the birds in good condition washed sand from the sidewalk in
S hA, furniture for long distances bursed but under contract, work Charlotte Hotel, Franklin and
Rope Then, Florida poultrymendo front of the hotel he found
} ;t or slats supported the mattress in a $1- on the Gulf-Atlantic Ship Canal : fortune Streets, on a charge of
not have to confine their birds 000 diamond clip. Insurance adjusters across Florida is continuing at a "altering a slot machine" in viola

for long periods as Northern poul- for the owner gave Jones lessening pace. Two hundred tion of a recently enacted City .

letling U plightsClaud trymen have to do, which means $100! as a reward. The same workers were dropped from payrolls ordinance. I r.
that chickens in this state can: get shower washed the sand from
a
last week, and with the approximately V >'i'iEE 'ie
II -- plenty of outdoor exercise the year $759 diamond ring lost recently bya NOTltK OP rnSCnU'G
=_ra.uIII..g. ;. :. ar.s= 700 that had left the Notice..In hereby given that I hays. r. :
P.w """ .. round. resident. It has been returned. project for various reasons the lied my Final Report an Admlnlratrlx .-
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t w II .. of the Estate of Henry Clay y
&WDq .....IiaI' Proper use of these advantages present> force totals about 0,900. and application for 1lnharK, and
r *II rJ ; !'r &ypbe(- brt.... should keep down disease to a Many times its own weight of Resignations accounted, for most of on P"t: 2nd di'lonfra May, 19311, will
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d. Mrs.awA 'fist[ br.i large extent, but sanitation is absolutely water is absorbed by the mat of the 700, while completion of excavation ryman to County the Judge of K Bradford K.T' r- cnroutc! north !

.... .-. .. I necessary, also, Dr. Emmel leaves and moss that covers the items caused the 200 to be County, Florida for Final Discharge.
-- says. I. ground in a forest. laid off. LULA H. SNOW.
' 1':' ?' ,' -10-41-6-1 j y"j To see Spring in all ita colorful glory... \V{

J!, ; Tompkins I to enjoy the fragrance of new-bom Most -

: '4 l!; those days. Thomas Jefferson had G 'fLOR IDA .NiIjjLIG$ JTA. 6o! hNNG1H 1il@AHNm some, travel North via open highways

i f ', built-in bedsteads at Monticello. Ina k ?..., by modem streamlined motor bus.

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IOyy -DIRECTORY--- alize Wh'I;I -It-win" He smiled; 1 circulation, all right. Imagine that call Darling" she was "Won't you sit down, Mr rea- j ,'Ii\'

{ ,',,i'RCH I I'L. abstractedly '"I was offered a all those people reaching for the saying as she descended. "I knew kina?" ',r'} i r I

S week. everything I was going to pack. I "Thank you." Gingerly he seat-
AHlSr CHURCH chance to do something unselfish, same magazine every ,ui' :
,
mind ed himself :
FAST mlsl'gono over It In my a
Pastor Linda, and I didn't do It. !
Price q 'Q r "
c. H. "The Job, Whitey began pleasantly
think the directors will dozen times. ,
Rev. 10 o'clock a. m. ., "What was It? Do you 1
3'hool auditor for Mr. ,
unda\ E "One of the department heads let ytfu buy It ?" Van went rlglil. She had ImaK'neil "la personal ;t i

J thous, :-upt; 11 a. m.fpt' ,,""nts'hltey for an assistant andI I He made a sweeping gesture! that: the sudden trip included Siintord Have you ever kept books*" .j!, 1,
w-hlp. &M ti than accounts
toning nxWorship ; wouldn't let her go." "Oh, certainly, they're not my worry herself other company .
7 15 p "Yesma'ain For Mr. HaroldStone
7:30 p. m. "Why not?" Two short, stabbing I Underwood's the catch. How Her arms were around him, her 'fi 't.}
,
store mall
enlng Meeting, Wednes- .. .NJf .d _. .._-: .. \ sounds. much will he want for his old starry. "There's a special renson the department I '! 'p
eyes
< "
and Hanson House : 1
i faSYNOPSIS -
Teachers "
S "Well I don't know if it's magazine? He tuined to Whitey why I wanted to go on this '

'I j-weeK: m Prayer service Wed- her face aglow with the cold and I really a promotion and he and allowed one eyelid to droop In trip It's it's because we hada "How" long were you at Hanson r I ,

Van and Linda Sanford have exertion. "Aren't you skating?" I grinned, I've managed to convince speculation "You see, what the fight sort off and It was house? It' *
\
8\ P mMethodut- had three years of blissfully hap- Linda smiled evenly. "No. I've myself she's more valuable as old fox might have in mind Is to my fault and you've been so\ "Only two weeks." He was apologetic f' .L

my secretary." see If our Board of Directors wantsto busy I haven't had a chance to "That's all It was for. "
Church Linda becomesa got a cold
i Pantor. py little marriage.apprehensive But when she "Oh, I'm sorry." Whitey hesitat Linda said, with ominous finalIty buy it and If they do make it up to you Sho finished There were half a dozen of us who !: J f ''
iJpav M Montgomery lets Hanson House know about this to had to some special data: ,
realizes how associatedVan ed. Then "May I borrow your hus- "I think you should give her he breathlessly.. I want I compile .
Kclay, Scbool-10 a. m. dourly band?" the opportunity Van. As a mat. it. They get hysterical and start be a sort f.second honeymoon." on National Weekly" ,? 'I'' \
la with his efficient and
IlorningVVorshlpUam.por. ter-of-fact. I'd appreciate it If you bidding more than we can afford "Sweet sweet Whitey Jerked up her head I.! )
"You're quite welcome He was touched .1
LCague-7:30: beautiful secretary, "Uhltey"Wilson. would. At his amazed look, she' Little Sanford Is then in a fine "What sort of work was It?" ;, }f ,
8 p. m.YOU Van IK now In the midst Van bowed elaborately. "A pleasure (
Worship I
Evening went on to tell him, In a level mon fix "Well, you see, we had the returns ; I
He
and pattedLlnda's "How are
a privilege. She stood back. long
invited: t;) all these serv- of engineering a brilliant business !! i
are knee. "Keep covered otone of the young woman who to In Havana? A from the news agencies 7 'I r '
merger of his ownmalazinM up rington.. we going stay 4 '
'ou.-
5. with National Weekly now" had sat next to her at the rink. !! whole week?" throughout the country and then ,

Van reflected for a moment. Havana. we went through the advertising of ''I '
Church
Presbyterian owned by J. D. Cnd rwood, "I will. that the man had He was jolted back to reality '
Van was aware ;
Then, with complete good nature, the last two years to figure outtheir }
ev George H. Lowry, Minister \\hitey Is, of necessity, bound up She watched them as they skated he said, "One of the smallest trou- been ill for a few days, but now "No de/\f./ you see As revenue as best we could, I

m. Sabbath SchooL In the proceedings. She and Van off, her heart an Inferno of jeal- the disturbing news that an gently as possible! he explained the ) i' ,
10:00: a. bles we've ever hail. Linda, thank came not knowing their actual contract ,
M.Morning Worship; have been at Underwood's estateIn ous rage. for appendicitis situation about Harrington and the 'I
111:00 A heaven, is caring about what other Immediate operation rates." 1' ;
Irmon by the pastor. Long Inland during the after.noon. "Crack the whip! Whitey criedto was necessary. After pressing convention, pointing out that every { \

Young Peoples Ves- Slnc the Ural must bekept Van. "You game?" people think. his sincere sympathies on Harrlng- minute of his time would betaken With a sharpening fear at her r
00 m faced about. "Shall I tell '
|9 p Linda breast! Whitey quickly completed
"Certainly. '
do..snot
secret Van I
a complete .
ir Service Worship. Two pairs of eyes Dave's and you something very frankly Van? ,avr the routine of having Jenkins put (Ir i Ii ;
tell Linda explaininghis
-Evening + r
even
|S p, m. Linda's, fixed themselves grimlyon I care Please give her the promo- on the payroll Then she called i; r
absence from the office by '" r""
Koiteuood BuptlYt;; Church saying that he was at the club the tallyho as it sped down the tion." Van look- the airport for the time of Van's ,;+ ;\
Puzzled and unhappy.
Hemingway.( Pastor: JI I rink. The spotlight followed it, arrival.
O. But Tel Barker, that evening
L won'tgive '
"Linda, I certainly
Rev Bible the close familiarity ed at her. Her consisting of a sand ri''; ;
I Sunday. Van fully revealing dinner i
every Innocently exposed .
Services '
for that reason
her
10.15: a, m. Services at 3:30: -- of Van and Whitey, with the It to wich and coffee at her desk, had ['
lady thinks something
( afternoon. ICE VNIlEIt TUB MOON! former's arms tightly clasped because someone I long since been consumed when,
dock' in His voice rose angrily. y..' '
smutty. to her. ,I
around the girl's lithe body. Van was finally put through ?

BETHEL \PT1ST CIIUKCMK CHAPTER SEVEN A concerted: scream went up as "Other people! Linda, someone r"I a Swiftly, she told him of Jenkins' f' I
would\ think you'reputting
.
Donnley, :Pastor the tallyho whipped around the hearing you 6 disclosures.
L A. I Linda took a firm grip on herself ( act of Jealousy." .
Services every first Sunday. trying to steady her spinning rink. Van and Whitey were no on an voice. Linda returned, p "I'm thinking, Whitey. I'm thinking -
2:30 m than five yards from Linda In a steely ,"" he said 1 through the telephone J
Sunday School, p. head. Ted had said he was at the more wives '
most
"I'm not jealous, but I. Doad silence "Whi ,',r ;,
Services "Hold
flew past. on
Bible Study and Prayer Club pool all afternoon and from as they time .
givIng would have been a long ago.Aren't 4ter and his voice had set t
"V-A-N! It was Whitey tey, now
night. obvious
Saturday "
It was quite
his words R
?
do it
ery to
drawn out feminine you going In it don't mind flying (
that Van had not been there despite vent to a long, Irritably. "No I'm purpose "you

First Christian Church his earlier statement.She yell. Van's eyes were wide lie fidgeted I do you?" ,
.
I. '
not, dear almost fell from
and excitement. The telephone
with thrill "
W. T. McGuIre, :Pastor her promise to before the "
remembered
drew i
Kev The car up noth L
Linda felt something curlde with- her hand Fly? S through
I
School 10 a. m. her feet out, Linda disdained
Bible Anne. Automatically
Stepping .
in her. She turned as a young house. Ing far away from friendly, firm ; ;
Communion, 11 a. m carried her to the kitchen. "Molly, down beside her. Van's proffered hand and ground "Oh, no," she quavered. {

Christian Endeavor Wednesday, 7 p. m.7:30m : she said to the cook, "would you woman"Oh flopped my! How did you get out swept past him her face hard and I:!! 'Then listen. Get all those pa- r 16 r; i

Prayer meeting fill a little jar with chicken livers set the
?" out of the safe and take
for Mrs Barker And also write of skating Stunned, Van looked after her. i PITS down here. Underwood'a i i r '
Preaching Second and Fourth ?" "I've a cold," Linda said as pleas- "'Take me to the first plane I'
down the recipe Then he glared. \ here not In New York Hurry it 4 4

undays 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Flattered, Molly fairly bounced. antly as possible." sighed. I Club" he rasped to Finney and re- up, toots." j ;''r b;

-' "Yes yes." Then her face fell "Lucky you the girl?" entered the car t, I (Linda and Van time just managed i ,

St. Marks Episcopal Church "But I have no little jar "Been with Sanford long around to their qUllr"l.Now ,'
} patch up
her arms were
second fourth and to the door Linda call- "With Sanford? Despite ENEMY IN TUB OFFINGCII ,
J Service on Stepping of It struck Lin- I him, her eyes were this new complication arid**. ;
at 11 o'clock a. m. "I'd like to runa mood, the humor .
{fib Sundays ed Finney. you "There's Van, through suggestion, In now

] Litany and choir practice at little errand. You've had dinner, da "Oh three'! .years. there's San- .\PTEK EIGHTIn I cialreasonwhyfwanted starry. a spe aware of \\hltey .... a wmniui. Dor ,f r ,
?
130 o'clock on Friday nights pre- haven't you?" "Really Say he Intend to confine himself strictly r ,
"
kedlng Sunday services. He gestured toward the door. ford now herself the card room of the Athletic to go i to business on her arrival f See
I took Miss Wilson Linda decided to amuse sitting In on a I
"No, Ma'am. Club Van was I nest week's thrilling InittullinrnU.) ,
home after I brought Mr. San- "Where? game of poker.A \ I FOR tli
11 i (
ford." "Over there. The goodlookingone. colored attendant approached and turned to up with business, but omit '
he
hung
too up
BOB JONES and spoke to him. "Mrs. Sanford Whitey "Now who ting all reference to Underwood. I j MAIM AND SCALPJAPANESE '1ft <'.

on the telephone, sir?" Whitey cut In quietly. "V. S., I "My little Linda" Van said., at OIL j' i' ,! )

1 Comments On Here felt the iron bands that the doleful look In her face, "But '
Van think it might be a good Idea for .Ml I*U...A. w ,

And HereafterEvery bound his heart give a bit. Stiffly, you to go to Havana yourself Un- we'll have our own trip Parting, Tke AsHtepMe *..!(, Merflelse. q ': r I ':

he rose and walked to the tele- derwood's there and It might be And I'll miss you so much" DI_....frm.rtflMry l M.l 1'.....- 14 14iT's '< <',

I phone booth "Yes?" he said, in a r wise for him to see you." She nodded bravely "Call me VH...SILMIlI1W0AKIAfAlIOnit IrM .1 r rwas. : "f., \1!::
....,t.. TIM iota AM* '
few days we read In the i voice of chilled\ steel. "come "I get It" Van cannily put her every dRY TIM M.iw/lr."me MMIMOI' ......, C.. N_ raj "", < 'M" 'f ;I

aper where some high school stunts "Van," Linda sobbed Idea Into words. "The boss at He held her clone "At seven I

are on a strike. This mat.er home" work. Handles details! himself" o'clock," -- : J., iI ,

1 should not be treated lightly. And big, strong Van collapsed. Ho jumped up "Book me on the "Twice a day." she said woefully .' ';,
blubbered, "I'll be ,
business. If thisountry "Ddarling, he "Twice a day \ I'
t Is a serious to Havana. Call Mrs

Is tobe_ dominated, by theob 4r +r yA MtJ right there." He hung up the In most the first Sanford plane and have her get my Van was well on his way to Havana fi; (: r: I I "?
man PORTER : ;
and lT beautlflcally happy ,
i Impulse of youth young things ready." that afternoon when Whitey r i,
.
eople feel that they can have world. beckoned to the little, thin, gold- Ii' ,: .f:

Khat they wish by going on a From the moment he left the at the head of spectacled clerk who was waitingfor r'I:,::ti '* :'r'
Instant he Linda appeared '
'
>
trike, we will produce a nation of rme telephone booth to the he dashed into the an interview Paid Political Adv. ; t 'S! j ':
,
stairs as
Linda's room, the d
,,breakers. Sometimes school rushed madly Into continuous house "For two weeks I've waitedfor She motioned the man to a chair JjJ: i ',

arda do not do the right thing. Van's actions were one -- N.I \

fiometimes school teachers are movement. ; .
r
srong. However, any course which "Linda"! '

sung people pursue that Is con- "Van!" p4i

Irary to the laws which govern an Then she was in his arms, being
I borrow satisfactorily smothered by i I'8
Jnatltution reacts upon these young May your quite 1

ople and creates In their heartsspirit r husband ? asked his kisses.

of lawlessness and a spirit i', + Whitey.d Finally In a small! voice, "It only

U, rebellion against constituted au- happened because ;I J: love you."

[tliority These young mobs should bl y "No, you were' right." He sets

ever be permitted to win. Pa- his mouth sternly. "Whitey gets VALUES LIKE THESE
She deserves PASS UP MAGAZINE
tomorrow. : YOU CAN'T
'HU' should never want their- chilIren Linda registered the shock only ." that promotion" :* irk ,
to win when they Join a mob. her Linda nodded appraisingly "HeIs It.

There may be Justifiable school by the"I small see."act Woodenly of moistening she explained good-looking. Who's that with "No, no! Please!" Linda was that almost all- OFFER Ho. 3 AU Plug ORES Ma.4 Alt root I //ri,

strikes but the writer from his lips. about the Jar, then returned him?" She had not been able to in tears, ceftaln now unfounded, ..oared..Tarmor 1 ,.... FOB ONLT aouth.nArrlaultud.t.ITear fell ONLY

personal knowledge has never face resist it. Days later she was willing her suspicions were Oo.d SlorlM. 1 7.arCeuntvyfom.lTear CouelrrHom4lYear
known school strike that was to the living roomher had it "Darling she should be your secretary Too Farm faunal 1 ya $ *f .8 OC
a masked In the smile of the perfect to admit that she had used to her. Prom- Til*Farm Iou' ..al. 1 Tear ; $ i.8oi NEWSPAPEK _i 1 Wf//f
You're THIS
[Justifiable. .wa AND I IYw
coming to her, for the girl AND 'THIS NEWSPAPER i j* -
hostess foe On Year
her
e .- drawing In her cheeks in a peculiarly I ise me you'll keep ado- O>*Year

Jesus told about a widow whoM suggestive manner. Van's eyes were filled\ with
The Manhattan Ice Palace glit- on a
we're going
persistent In her demandsthat "His .. secretary!" ration. "Dear, Honvi r rTM
tered with a myriad of lights under of weeks Havana <)un rT yiMecALCslPictori.J
a Judge In the town avenger Linda asked the cords of her little trip In a couple OFEEmNa*! ftNyta '
winter moon. Placed con- ," r
the Bermuda, Nassau. a f if (I I
adversaries. The editor has at the entrance, was a throat tightening, "He's married,, irrnr, ,
Qtollf
seen many women and men similar spicuously Isn't he?" "Oh, my darling! Munti PARK e1 s
read "Reserved' Tonightfor } ,
to sign that reluctantly moved away NEWSPAPER ,
this widow. Wherever the Linda THIS
Sanford Publications Welfare The young lady stood up. "So'smy to her .
handkerchief
judge went the widow was there. and put her I '
husband, but his secretary'sforty Darling 1 t J
Club. cold
She met him on the street and said, She fell backa nose. "You'll catch my for 1 year and (
if she's a day.
Sanford employees -
When are to Three hundred ." -
you going avengemy the blaze In Lin I "' '
little at strange
adversaries?" She waiting and their escorts were cavort- said boastfully, "I've :
was But Van ,
Magazines
for Him in the court room with the ing merrily about the rink. A da's eyes. Then skated, backing off. away never caught a'cold In my life" 3 Big THIS NEWSPAPER {,
she *" ,
same band played lustily at one end of awkwardly, immediately set ir 4 ,
Inquiry Jesus said the judge with this he I
all And '
with *
had broken lil ',
granted the widow's request not the rostrum and at the other, there The tallyho her proof . I for one full year 9e I.d'r.h jr
out to give
sprawled on the Ice t
members
semi-circular bar for of Its next .eta.. aa wllf
Because he woo Interested in the was a large, with He was at his desk the I

woman or wanted to do right- but beer. and another.thoroughly But tangled as Van up helpedWhitey morning sneezing lustily Into his And 4 Big Magazines
because In a blue suede windbreaker one
,
of her persistency. He hadto Whitey handkerchief.
smile fad- rytl. ,
feet her !
to her ,
grant what she requested or he and ski pants Dave, put bent out her to) ed, for Dave, an unlighted cigarette Whitey was eympat ietlc. "You 1 Magazine from Oroup A f 3 Migaiinet from Oroup B; would as
have found no time to eat feet obediently his mouth, was staring have a cold V. B., and on such a

or sleep. The widow was a nuisance lace her skating boots. drooping from nice day. That must be maddenIng .
Bidding
,
to the judge but she had determination "Tighter," she said He adjusted at her expressionless.she hastened ." 7":; / h )

and I admire her per. I the laces and tied them Intc good night to everyone Van chuckled and rubbed his Select Any 3 Magazines'" t j ', ,

ltency Here ls the lesson: "If secure knots. Standing up, she I toward him. here more hands together.; "Perfectly all .Mae.d.. ..''''ru.. 'it,
to List D.t..to.
"We ought come From This ka.adaCtrau. <
the herhelf, balancing on theI dollars N .
JUdge did woman'sreque braced million -
grant that worth a 1 A"'ran'
I It's ,
t because of her persistency, thin runners. She was about tc often" she laughed. "Next year right." *Tra. .'. 1 T.... .",..Mo.... GIf.iItIII : a.., B C..at.,H ....,,,.,-.... '" ,,I, 'I" I i.

certainly Cod who loves us will move off. As an after-thought she i I'd like to surprise" them and do Underwood sent you the 2 ...... ryHerald. a.u.. d... _C 1 awn y"CkrlMlM > ...Gr-..Na.ld. .I".. a a 0''.,.,.,,:, .......-... 'h ;l
/tear ThJ I
grant said carelessly, "I could get you : figure skating. ... I .. M.. .ulw. """"" ,"
our requests. It U the law she whispered the rl.... 0.. BO B S.u.Mll. N N
otIt\ I.' that skates. I He had been watching her smiling "I H.oId. ..... _, I Ir Naa.. tar .M.lIIon) l B :::-" M_"'. I' 6 l '
those who fight hardeat : the nar-I words National Weekly 1J )_ Jwn A rr Sialq" a f'f'l ,
for voice held Just a trace ol rowly. This however, was 1 fuBlo. H.eee M.th- T.aerr Met.II'. Mamas 1" s".. '
Dave's C/nN i
anything r appreciate It most and I put them In your sate McColl. A CI.ra" . i" Q', : n
planning 2 r" Noa.
she was .
his straw. So Morl 1" I IPaiha.d.r
.
when filled IT u a Irl.d
they get it. Cod who made the unhappiness that nodded. "That's fine. He Marl Clout Awe (5d" ... H .. .
next Van 1 H. .." 1" .
o.
us, handedIn a Sanford employee year. I N..d1..... r..r a ,.. "Old ayylH )
knows that when He commits heart, for Whitey had not at her glove. 'stared at her curiously. Op.. Dead (Ivy.) -2 Tears a ,.,...\ M.WI ) llf Sa' I nod sorry, 1 rr
'kl'
htesSings to persistent People that her notice after all. "At this Whitey tugged ?" I "We've got most of the figures,, ........ Akeada. e -.. a pthrndr te. 1? ".Ihtr'. a' LJ q : ,9 +',))

they 'NUl hold on to these blessings rate, we'll never be married," he "Mm. Your ring's In the way I I but I Imagine it'll take at least a Borf.w t.kly) .. rear 7.ar a pderW 11 A.a.llplw, 11> d kUllrr,' ''t'. .. Jwls' f'
cold stare Piolotiol
and use them when they get thought bitterly. "No I don't feel Dave directed a deadly It Is." ,, week She stopped abruptly. Pvogtooiv* F.rmv_, t Naa Q AJlarn 6..a1. .. LTt d '.. pTtil j.rarer.... : j! .

them The Bible teaches that God like skating." he told her. His! at her. "I guess that would I "What Is It? What's the matter?" aom.a.t.. tebar. Soak 5torlm, rear C.nfwlaw' lr A lr.l I haaA.Mulh.bt, / Jr, t'
does "TR just watch." Wild, senseless things .. YI aTn. A.rlwn/rylt6raar. ta......ful, 1 J"Jn t
not do. Aq.leeltud.l. .
give things to wavering eyes were weary. He shook his head mysteriouslyand I .. .... 12" ra.M, 1
Whi- have wounded rose to their lips C0Klo*.iOB .. r-r a toop .. w.....'.Mbrld .
people There Is a reason. A wavering "Well, here goes nothing, and left unvoiced."I merriment lurked in his eyes. Wo_.'* World 'I'a 0 1M'J. ,.. e//..."mRI., ., ,.

man would not even keeP aspecial tey called and glided off were right," Whitey "Nothing. I was just noticing .]VOTE\ -Ck<4 .M, ./ lh< 'followl-f/ taiu.j p,_ ''Allntakt' ,m r"'d"' hulfry" Yin I? I

gift from God- The men Enveloped in a huge fur coat, guess you're had fled I something. You know he I puwrt., 5l.trv.d..r wild. Onl' nor tub.. C s.utll. '
i tonelessly Color .
\ of said
Who
have sitting at the edge old p
there's an
Linda was
moved the world have added slowly, .
b..en his leaving her face white and stark. Q Mad.. M..Ia... C b1 jmn t
mes with Indomitable spirits. the rink. Van was. adjusting the ring Into his palm, Chinese proverb that says If you Amorlooa Old ..orl 1 I

Nothing could stop Paul-prlsons. skates."I Dropping want to keep a man honest, never 0.a..ta. g.I IQ '.tl* i
turned and left."It's I Q lud, !
dungeons courthouses; stones wouldn't sit here if I had a she call him a liar." He returned to *"-T-.... **-".-. '''>

nothing ;Interfered with h pure cold, Linda," he said to her solicit- -ma'am," Finney business. "Now get busy on these" GENTLEMEN I Enclose S '1.... g.B
Pace It was always with Paul ously. ten-thirty, had returnedto 1 I She fell In with his light mood. Q OU.* No. 1 O Offor No. 2 a Ott.r No. 3 Q Ofl.t No. 4 kJ'' F i r

"this one thing I do." A few I Ithou&and "I'm all bundled up." she replied, said to Linda.half She hour before, unable -I "I was going to," she said pertly I us eb. :klaq tho "'1-.'. d..Ud! with a YCM'S uJ>Miiptfoa Q + I
a '
the
uncompromising, consecrated a trifle Irritably. Her edginess to car endure the sight of Van and I and flounced out. to jMf pp.r, 1'ey

Christians In America st'Ihls surprised him a little. Then he His eyes caught her as she left. a f
to Whitey together, any longer. i a Q
i attributed It
time Van's angle, madea
could turn the tide and good-humouredly Her voice con Flouncing, from He
"Thank you"
&ave our government and by the the discomforts of her cold. "How leaden grimness. very pretty picture indeed. e'

help te of Cod bring a great revival long are we going to stay?" tained The a car strange door opened and Van I Two weeks later\ Whitey broughthim SII'... .. ..-y.ri.. '
America. "Not long" he assured her. "I'm himself her final report on the National .
still In high spirits flung 5 5t
about this sort of thing Van studIed "
not crazy the seat beside her. The car Weekly figures. ai Town sad S..irFRIL .
It The on
Is estimated that motor myself. But you understand. It, looked up, lit a cigarette, and
hicle reglstrationa for 1935 ap-ve- boss has to make an appearance." started off. Van patted waiting her,knee.darling Inhaled luxuriously. "1'1be\ about .. . . .'. .. .

proximate into the railing "Sorry, I kept you hundred thousand .. O
crashed
per 26,150,000, a gain of five Whitey ," he said lightly. "I didn't re-, three million, two t
cent over 1934. la front of them. She looked up,



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PAGE Einnr BRADFORD OOtTNTTT TELEGR.\I'll. STARKE. FIXJIttDA FRIO."'. \1'11.
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: Bradford County Telegraph I The county commissioners are -

to be commended for their foresight

l ( Established 1877MEMBER In providing for the employ. sIMister

; ment of a county farm agent at a
,
recent meeting of the board. It Veteran !

) VlLORrnA PRESS: ASSOCIATION was a decided step forward and.

one which this county must Inevitably

; .. 1935 0 make before progressing

t ..- .otwt2ka: 'J cnida. .. further on the road to recovery.

'; Somo time the commlaslonj -
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Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class I era cut off the funds provided fori INVEST YOUR BONUSIN

i a farm agent strictly as an econo-
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida '

__ ..__ u__. ____. _______ ____ __ ___ __ my measure. It was at a Urns ONE OF THESE FARMS
when the cry was for lower taxesno

E. L. Matthews_________ -. ____ _______Editor and Owner matter what might have to be We hate several Improved Bradford County Farm

____ _H __ n_ __ sacrificed in the cause. size from twenty to three hundred acres. Priced from rangIng*!!, In

SUIISCIMPTION RATE But times have changed for the $3,000. Term of Z0% cash, balance as long as go jeur,, 'n ",1::'

better. Most farm homes! are now Intercut. Let wt show you theMe properties. You do not have to wait. WCI! can trade totlut p.// s '"
? Six 75c in Advance be lower. Call WILSON REALTY CO. SFARKK Forrest E. "tit'
Yearly, $1.50; Months -Payable exempt from taxation and what. never on or Davies St. AunmtlnT,

Advertising Rates on Application ever Increase in tax levy results FEDERAL LAND BANK OF'COLUMBIA

-. -- --------- from the employment of a farm

five agent must be borne largely by the iI! r-;.'{ JL mRJ! till --- !!11m .Im.. ;.1 l .
to register.
Only more days owner of business property. But r &

o I the business men are willing to
I 8TAICKE ONCE II.\I> KNIGHT GIVES POLL i can show proof that they are still registration
Just heard of ailment. It is slot machine shoulder. share this extra burden In order at the officI' ot tr
a new to bring about the advancementor A DULY PAPER TAX INFORMATION receiving compensation from the Wall Is April 30 H.

; 0You'll the agricultural Industry In this ContinuedP:; Government and were not cut off -.-. !
( Page One) (Continued From Page One) from compensation In 1933. This
find thumb tack maker down
t never a sitting on county. Indeed, it is largely there.In Twelve per cent ot the

tSi Si the job. : through the efforts of the Business upon presentation of proper credentials does not apply to anyone who served licenses issued In : drh1n
IOU of F.ngland
a tramp print.ers. in the
couple and be-
Army or Navy IrJ
Men's Club that provision has All those held
are exempt. by women; yet ,,f ,
t 1 :. n made for the who had lately published a came disabled since serving. he dril'tr\\
finally been agent.An who have lost a limb or who have concerned In accidents ,

:, School's out I Too bad all of us can't have a four month's effort will be made to hirea paper at Raiford. came to Starke become disabled In the Army or Exemptions on account of age I per cent were women fDly fooq
and started with the In.
a dally
vacation. man who is experienced In mar Navy service are exempt if they will be marked on registration I
tention of annihilating the Tele-
keting so that he can head the books and nothing further will be '

f i o activity at the farmer's market graph. It was'truly a "scurrilous needed by the registrant. All"others PILES "HI' ;CTCALL.;"...... I.I.Y

Not that we care, but what has happened to Governor which will be established here as sheet masters" for of its'editors foul Invective.were past.No cover Since of then darkness.the Telegraph has must present themselves to the El No) 10.Withu. 0' time. Ike'roo knife.. PMln'TIIF\f' :'...,

Talmadge lately? soon aa possible. prominent man escaped their billingsgate. been successful in staving off rivals supervisor of registration with .t.ea..d.r....rk. .FI.......... and I"I.'UIO huajapa,_..
Great things are expected from proof if their exemption before
0 But after a short and i and will continue to be so.
\ market after certain periodof same can be allowed. .. .
this a ,'.
< stormy life the sheriff levied on The town can support only one *um'e.arnily tr..I04. .....
:, Prosperity must be with us, judging by the number of time which of course will be re.quired dents 01 "Stark." I... these .....
The
the little Junk that composed the paper and the Telegraph "coversthe last day of payment of poll I blie.

drunks in town Saturday.The to get It under way. Farm outfit. and the editors left under field." It has "come to stay." taxes is May 16. The last day for OH WhIrR

ers and business men alike are en. .. w .....____ _
o thusiastic over the project and -- J. AU WtICS.1.: :\ D.

Umatilla Tribune has noticed that poor people want. when these two classes combine MtTl'AI.::1.1 I.IKKMslu St.I III.IIG.!

new furniture and rich people want old. their efforts and work together Political Announcements: 'C'KIIO'll! HI.I.I::' FL.'.

wonderful things can come about. I ,max formerly In rharice of ib.
i'
;1 Y' : u Who knows but that we are on Uept. of llertnl l>l"rn>r.,.. Dlrk""
.on. !Slss! .... C'llnlv. "
::,' Scrubbing the floor is said to be good for the figure, and the verge of a new era of pros-

perity in this county T An era In Foil i4i.:% tTOii PKMI\TKMH-\T: OF SCHOOLSI FOil SChOOL BO.tR\)
it doesn't do the floor a bit of harm, either.o which will not depend entirely 1 am a candidate for state Senator hereby. announce myself a candidate I hereby announce myself a candi
we for tradford and Union Counties, for re-election to the office date for School District No. 9
en one crop for what cash we needto subject to the Drmociatlc, Primary. of Superintendent of Public Instruction subject to the :I rrt the voters of
four will lie cordially of Bradford County subject the coming Democratic CENTER TRACTIONFOR
appreciated
t t all the remainderof support Primary,
Fairy tale: Once upon a time a man's garden grew up to run us doing : and elected I will jimtly to the will of the Democratic June 2 1936. If e promise a
the year; an era in which a Variety the confidence shown In me. voters. In the Primary Election June fair administration i l I ; hI. duties of
look like he had planned it in his mind's eye. of crops will be grown and W. J. EPPERSON. I 2. Your. vote and support will b.IIppr..clat..I. the office. Your vote and support GREATER
r Is solicited, and will be highly
ap.
o profitably'disposed of and the failure FOR .VO'li..OR Respectfully A. J. ORIFFIS. preciated. Respectfully, GRIP
4 disaster I wish to announce to the Cltliensif U. J. LEWIS.
of will not
: 4 j You can turn off your radio until after election. Plentyof one mean Bradford and Union Counties that lit PEhthV'IENDEVT SChOOLS. -
: and suffering while waiting for another I am a Candidate for State Senator .
music will be furnished by the sound wagons. season to roll around. from the above two Counties subset I hereby fur the announce office of myself Superintendentof a candidate I hereby Foil announce SCHOOL notIlll myself
a
to the Democratic primary to be can.
-0- Public Instruction of Bradford didate for election! as member of the
'i ; 0- held June 2, 1936.
''I County subject to the will of the school board from
1"" WHEN ON JL'UY DUTY A> Representative of Bradford voters In the Democratic District Onecomprising
Primary (
;,';", Geologists say the cave man was happy. He should be. Every man should take his jury County nterests. I o have( the*fought 1'eople for at all the time bent Election June 2, 1936. I feel that my. and two), subject; Voting to precincts the action one of
.
1/'i\.1/ :\ No one has yet dug up a mortgage chipped out of stone. duty seriously and serve our courts and promotion I am asklna as I I feel my that People I am for well thin previous well years qualify of me.teaching to handle experience theduties ,June voters 2, In 1936 the If Democratic elected I promise Primary. to

; ," and his fellow citizens to the best qualified to fill the duties of this of the office. Tour vote and work for the best Interests of all
: -0It's ------- .
J k support will be IIppreclat.d.n..pectfully. the schools in Bradford County.
anxiousto Important Office. Help elect meour
of his ability. Many are
BARNEY" E. McRAE Your vote and
: Senator. and I will Influence appreciated.
\ funny, but the women with the smallest hands are give their best but are not quite you affeTi state'esslvely. fearlessly and serve to FOil COUNTY JI'fjF1 Respectfully. J. H. MOORE.

. : ; :". usually the most adept at winding men around their fingers. clear as to what Is expected of the you beat that of your my confidence ability and In I me assure will To the people of Bradford 'Countv FOR COl-NTY rOMMIilSIOIKH'

them when summoned to serve in ,lot be misplaced I hereby announce as a candidatefor I do hereby announce myself a
: 0 re-election as County Judge and candidate for re-election June
submitted'CHARLEY : on
ij j; this important capacity. Respectfully
earnestly solicit the support and 2nd for County Commissioner
> ::1 :, Joe Wilson of the Tarpon Springs Leader thinks the mod- In order to bring about a better 13. JOHNS. :. vote. of the voters at the primary District No. 8 South Starke. I from ama

: 4 ern'girls have enough horse sense to know when to say neigh. understanding In this matter, To FOil th. voter..1P..F.WVT.'Tn.fJ of Bradford County: :. election support you In June.gave 1 me appreciate In 19.18 and the stand tax for payer the end Hunts will of nt the all tax times pay

i. )j: Justice Buford of the State Supreme I hereby announce myself a candl- ;I. trust- my tenure In office has been ers of said to
o Court recently outlined the date for representative. to the Leolature ;- Much as to warrant your support In the best fi !ft from Bradford sul the coming? primary election.Itespectfullv per. cent for an old age pension and
County >-
\ ''f What don't know won't hurt but if which should
they method a juror
you you, say; by Sect to the action of the voter at there must be some provision" made
1 arrive at his verdict In the trial of the Democratic. Primary to be held B. K PRimYMAN. for the aired ones. Your vote and
it's the usual run of gossip it won't do a bit of good
; you June S. 1936. 'Tour vote and support support will be greatly! appreciated.
His advice was: FOIl COl'NTV JUDGE .
a case. MALLORY
THOMAS.
;4 'L either. .It la the duty of every juror you that will be vour appreciated; cMifldence:: ,and In I.me assure will I hereby announce rny candidacy
for the office of County Judge of FOR rot-MTV '
COMMISMIOVRR
} r' o although he may go Into the jury not R.be pecttully.misplaced.. FRED HAZEN. Bradford County subject to the will T hereby announce myself a can.
i : with conviction that ._ of the Democratic Elector In the didate for re-election
firm a. county
1 com a commissioner
vs A resident of Bombay was found guilty of biting off the FOR HKPntOSKMTATHR: primary election on June 2, 19U. If from District Five subject '
the defendant is not guilty, to fully I the of elected to this Important office I to action of the voters In the Democratic
wish people
to represent -
I end of a woman's nose. Perhaps he found it sticking in his and freely discuss the evidence liadford: County In the Stan Lealaatura I pledice the people of this County a Primary June t, 1030 I ap. ARE YOU LOOKIH:
fair and
I business. with his fellow jurors and if, after and announce my candidacyfor Impartial administration ofJUHtlce. predate your support In the past
Your vote and active
support
; that office, subject to the Democratic and will appreciate your continued
j such discussions, he becomes con Primary June 2. 1&88. It will be greatly appreciated. support and vote.
'<, o vinced a reasonable doubt lected. I will try to benefit my Sincerely, Respectfully. R. T. O'STEEN. FOR GOOD TIRE-PRICED I
\" beyond __.. .._. T. FHANK LANDRUM.
; We can't the school board in New York refuses "UU'''" siiu iniv.
: see why hat the defendant is guilty, to A. A. DURDEN. FOIl COTIVTY COMMHSIONKH' '

: to employ fat teachers. Look how much more they would yield what he conceived to be his FOR HKPIIKARNTATIt' To the. voters FOR of SIIKIIIFF Bradford County: didate I hereby for county announce commissioner myself. a from can

\ or'sJnal! cpinlon an1 join his fellow I wish to announce my candidacy I hereby announce myself a candidate District' I Three (comprising South
get for the money. who are likewise convincedof for Representative from Bradford for the office of sheriff and If Starke) subject to action. of the voters )
jurors County subject to the will of the nominated and elected. I promise a In the Democratic. Primary. Jun. lW
o the guilt of the defendant In avet'dlct Democratic voters In the Primary clean, progressive, honest Impartialand 2, 193(1. Mill appreciate your vote
Election. June 9. 1 promise to serve fearless administration and enforcement and support.Respectfully.
One Congressman has coats without pockets for of conviction. .
: worn -
0 this county to the bestof my ability of the law. On this declaration LESTER KITE.
hands I of the question If elected and will work at all time I solicit your support and the world'i
twenty lie probably finds plenty of room for his "The Infirmity Let us show you
years. In the I
for the bent. Intercut of the people. vote coming; primaries:, FOR ('Ot' '1'Y COMMI' 'IIO\Kll
I in other people's. proposed> to be propounded to the 1 will appr"claeyour vote and support A. o. ANDREU. I hereby announce myself a candidate first choice economy tire
tji jurors Is that it conveys the Idea > Olve "Oscar" your vote and you for county commissioner. of
M. J. SAPP. will never have cause to regret It. District No. One than match for
.iH o th8t It Is the duty of every Juror to I to the primary election(Lawtey) be subject held more a

Scientists have found the 30,000 year old skeleton of a abide by such opinion aa he might FOR RRPlinmcvrATIVR FOIl ShERIFF June 2nd.: 1936.( If ...dt.oW I dls- many highest-priced makes
the I respectfully announce my candidacy I hereby announce myself a candidate charge my duty to the best Interest. treaJ
into
,. woman. Wonder if it had a pinched-in look at the waist from have when he goes jury for Representative from Bradford for the office of Sheriff of of the County Your vote and support in long safe mileage
.'4'' room. regardless of what, con..lc.tlon County'"sukjecr to the will of Bradford County subject to the will will be very. much appreciated. and
; wearing a corset: ? he might reach upon a full the Democratic voter. In the Primary of the vote. at the coming Democratic -- JOHN C. CLEMO.VS. grip,blowout protection
Election June 2, 19S8. If elected Primary Election to be held
looks. A value give you
: pk discussion of the evidence with other I will dtllixently faithfully and June 2nd, 1934. Tour vote and support FOil (. 'OI'IITY: COMMISMOMKK' we (
fearlessly do everythingthat I can will be greatly appreciated. I hereby announce myself because builds
of the a can Goodyear
k :'* : ; Three women are running for Democratic national committeewoman members jury. to help the majority of the cltlsens Respectfully. didate for county commissioner from
In other words go Into the jury of Bradford County and the Slate MILLER L. JOHNS.:/ IMstrlct Five subject. to action by the most tires by millions ,
i from Florida. If you hear any meowing it chamber with an open mind and of Florida. I am for the Townsend the voter. In the Democratic Pri
Plan 100 per cent and will accept no FOil SIIEIIIFF mary June 2. 1936. I will appreciateyour OVER 22 ..MILLIONSOLD :
probably won't be cats. listen carefully to the arguments compromise. I hereby announce myself. a* candidate vote and active support and
cf your fellow jurors. They might C C BUTLER. for the office of Sheriff. of promise to exert my best efforts In THAT'S HOW
-. 0 Bradford County. subject to the !action discharging the duties of this important -
have caught something in the tea- FOIl T\X rOL.I.RCTOH of the> Democratic thevoter office.
Party or GOOD IT IS!
;.., Col. Kay of Jacksonville, says he won't say anything inaony that you have missed\, and I hereby announce my candIdacy. at the Primary of June 2nd T. I). DYAL. I
I to succeed myself a* Tax Collectorof 19.10: If I nm elected sheriff of
l : against the cross state canal because he never speaks unkindly that might change your entire Bradford opinion as to the guilt or Innocenceof Democratic. primary to be held on most. faithful and .o..ntlou.. er- I no hereby announce myoelf ... a iVEA
about the dead. Jun. t. 1V1A. t have tried to render, I vie, of which t am capab'e.! I will candidate fur the office of County I mI :
the defendant. faithful I honest and efficient I
you not b* the sheriff, for any particular nntmlsHloner for District. Two
o -- -( service durlnar I my second term of grotip or faction' I of the people' Init Sort Starke, of Bradford County,
office( a. your Tax Collector I earnestly I will I.. the ulierlff for all of the subject to the voters of the Demo- '
Anything can happen in Hollywood. For instance, Joan YOU: CAN CHOOSE YOURCOLORS solicit your support, and If ""e."le l and will not play favoritismIn c-ratlc Primary, June the 2nd 193 : jfjderSV1
.
elected asralit 1 shall continue to ,
.
the ftTforinanco of dutle I plrdire myself and
:' Bennett, who has big blue eyes, plays the lead in a movie If ever inclined to find render. you the same service a* 1 Ueepectfullv submitted.mv or. l If elected that my will sacred discharge hon
called you are have tn the pn.t NELSON! T. llHEE-// my whole duty, In 11 looking\ to the
Brown
; 1-.t "Big Eyes. fault with minorfiawsin l our government 1 CART. A. I'NIOHT. best of the
: county as a
.nd":
.. .n
lOll (I.KitK: (IHCllr COIRT whole I will l vuard well the tax
ana none win ever
pIn FOR T'X: C'Of,I.MCTOH To the I>....pl.| I. of Bradford Coun. payers, of the County, I will have no lO'llI\S\
some Indfan tribes the men have a separate languageof perfect--forget It and thank I respectfully announce inyseTf a ty< Sincerely trusting that I may favorites or pets, but will contend. i\S
01"1 the of Jie permitted to continue to for equity and ',
lucky stars that you are living candidate for office Tax Collector serve Justice to all as I I \ ,
their own. They must get a big'kick out of telling each the "land of subject tw> the action of the you as your clerk of the circuit understand It to the best of my
what Is truly 'emocratlc'vot..A at the primary .f conrt, r announce my candidacy for knowledge. and ability. Tour vote
I1tt other smoking car jokes while sitting comfortably in the par- free," nt least In comparison with June 2. 1U38 1 reel that I am In every ;. this office subject to the next Democratic and support will be appreciated.
: fuallfl d to the primary I the ALEX L.
countries that : way | <* frlve duties appreciate BARNES.IMstrlrt / .
: iiR' lor. some of the leading of the office efficient and competent kindness and confidence shown me -
have sacrificed their democratic servlie. Phdidnif. a full and by all of our people and In return 'I'.. 'Ike 'OPN 0' ('ommisslun.... \
o for dictator faithful discharge of Ihe duties of I have rendered, and for so long a* :%simar 3|
forms of government I the office to the best of my ability. I hold office will continue to render, I hereby announce myself a can
t You study true happiness and freedom in watching the ships. I solicit and will appreciate your every service and courtesy In my didate for re-election as County
from support In the' oomlna primary.Respectfully power. Your assistance. will he ap. Commissioner; for District: Number;; .
dispatch
; : pelican, Arthur Brisbane says. Anything that can carry a A recent news I ( AILT.. JOH> preciated A. J. THOMAS. subject to the action of Democratic 'IIEEIt
; Germany gave the almost unbelievable .- TOR nriioof. HO\HI voters In the primary to be held
1 week's food supply around in its mouth at one time should fact that a Jewish cattle dealer FOR TIX: IlF.lOR! r hereby announc. myself a can June 2nd. 1936. If elected I promise a
T hereby announc myself a candidate didate. for re-election as member of to render. the bent service of which
Le happy. had been sentenced to six weeks for the office of Assessor .( School Board District No. a subject I am capable thankIng the voters
: Imprisonment for wearing brown Taxes of Bradford County subjectto 10 the will of the voter In said for past support and soliciting their
; ; Ij .0 the will of the voters at the cornIn District on June 193 vote vote and support In the
trousers. The court (if you can Democratic Primary Election to and support will I I.e : atTup I am comingtion eleo.
? They are making a motion picture about the sponge industry I call a place where such "justice" la be held In Jun. Your vote and snp- clat"" Yours very truly

However, it doesn't have anything to do with the I meted out a court)) ruled that a port Iy appreciated I I. solicited. and will b. sreat- Respectfully Stafford L. Crews. t. 1*-CONNER.: .

c fellow who borrows a quarter from you and says he'll see you Jaw may not wear brown be confused trousers Respectfully B. W. Hayes. FOR .('11001. Bo\nn FOR I hereby COl'NTyCoqi9issxoxpn announce myself: _0<
because they might a can.
-- I '
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hereby didate
; 4r next pay day. with the uniform of the Nazi storm FOR TAX AHSKS1OR' for election announce as a member my: candidacy of the District, VT"for No. .County. North: : Starke Commissioner: I real-,
I respectfully announce my can School Board from 1 I". the
District No. 2 Importance of
this
1i 0 troopers.So didacy" for Tax Assessor of Bradford (comprisingSouth Stark. and The,. promise an .conoml"al. office and GET REALSERVICE
forget your little troubles. County ..t bect to the will of e_). and It elected will give the ministration of business ad.
4 i a Chances are that England will put to death the man over Whether like the NRA the the Democratic -voter In the coin- duties of the office my very. best solicit your vote same.and' support I respectfully TOalI
I
you
Ins; primary election Jane 9. I have attention. Your vot. and .
4i; there who killed a woman "just because he wanted to murder AAA or the WPA Is of minor Importance for thlrtx-one years been a taxpayer solicited and will be appreciated.support W.M. EDWARPaf1 -' : #"
:
,; : someone." In this country he could easily get away with compared with the knowl- elected. of Tax Bradfprd Assessor.County I guarantee and. It H. P. MAY COUNTY! COMHISSIONKHmy ,.'.w y..ii_I best -. .".,

t edg that you can go about your all the favors. Information. n5d.L'y method of announcing ssatsaj --
aocomo. sued -se
pleading insanity. datlona and .imnrteele T. th. Vvtera ef Sehewl. Board Dl*. for r..lectlon for the 1i'T
work in any color trousers you gIven through bat office.that can I will he twice *.. I .1 Rrsdf.rd Cvantri Dl.tri..0'MCoVntjr: Commissioner of flJ Cen/.I/ _I. :':
n choose to wear, and without fear of appreciate your\serious considera r hereby announce myself a can i. of. the t.No- Subject: to the will p'-: ......liau.. ,,.d'5'I .....
Democratic ..
;,, : The New Yorker observes that many nice things are serving a term In jail If you happen tion. vote R. and F. (agslstanre Bob) PBMORE8T. didate of school for Board re-election Member to for the District office mary Election. June voters 2, U3I.In the Pri 1.I tM'swkalvQet5'_t4e. &'5' Sdi -fA
Your
') being said these days about Governor Landon. He balances to pick the wrong shade. -- Democratic No.' 1 subject primary to the June action I. 19SI.of the If ,and :if re-elected support will I will be appreciated continue to, ,

z thrift diligence and gift of $200- o p.e It T.'JI AS.FIlOR! lected I promise a fair. and Impar- discharge the duties of. the Office to
the Kansas budget by a Week" said I hereby announc myself a can Hal administration of the duties of the but of my ablllt,.
Business recently: didate for the office of Tax Assessor;' the office. Your vote and J. M. ROSIER.
i. 000,000 from Uncle Sam. "For the first time since last July or Bradford County, subject to th. will' b* highly support -
predateda"d ap. REGISTERGARAGE
will" of the votevo- at the coming
4; -- the average householder's budget Democratic primary election to be Respectfully, More than sixty: per cent of the

.i l, Speakers at a political rally to be held at Largo have been baa gotten a break.** floe held will June say t. In that asfclnc t am for thoroughly this of- J. C. PREVATT. gracing areas of commercial for.
The break consisted of -
warned that If they start slinging mud they will get the gong. a drop In familiar with the duties thereof and FOR SCHOOL ROAR est lands In the United States are
4 the cost of such necessities *. food promise It elected: to discharge 1 the I h.uby located in
The master of ceremonies will be equipped with a hefty ham and clothing which offset increase duties of said office In an efficient dldale for re-election announcemyself as member a can-of the South.
and courteous manner. I deeply *ppredate School' Board -
; 4 mer and a large plowshare for drowning them out. Promoters III rent. fuel and sundries. Some the support given me four Bradford County for-dletrlrt subject to No.the 2 acJine of. -.-

experts forecast that coat-of-living year a.... and again solicit your lion nf the Democratic'" Voter Termites on citrus be
of In other of the state this careful on may con-
rallies parts might profit by sug- consideration and support In 2. 193s. trolled
: will b..on a satble level for the remainder the coming primary. Your Vote and support will be by dusting Paris green Into
eation. ot the year. Respectfully youre, preclateil. R..pectfullyl. ap. holes and hollow limb of the

UOUJ8 H. HICU C. MANN iivp.. tn.. Starke Florid


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