Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 5, 1937
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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survey sponsored by the Bus SARY SOON"I W H. Smith secretary-treasur

iness Men Club was made Tuesday er of iho association formed to pro- f
CONELocal am afraid the governor will FOR
by state engineers from the mote the fencing of Starke against BUSINESSt
not be able to effect as much saving -
State Farm as the first step toward wandering cattle, announced Wednesday -
ff1 LtfintXT as he hopes, earnestly predicted -
beautifying the court house << that the project Is practically
Senator Stuart D Gillis 4
r', : Highest Price grounds. ''' Man Succeeds DeFuniak Springs nominee for complete with the exceptionof .Member Florida Group f

: if..MEt'er Paid To The club's committee had anin; Sholtz A ppointee presidency of the 1937 senate. as 'Peggy one railroad line Gaps cattlegnp on the on main the Comes To Starke
with the commissioners
terview county I
he began a conference here Mon
I Willis line of the railroad have been installed This Week
in their Bryan
GrowersNOCARLOT February meeting day with Senator (Charley K Johns
Mr Smith the
expects j
beautification of the
proposing the who will represent the fifteenth
; SHIPMENTS lawns and properties surrounding POSITION'S SALARY IS\ Senatorial district in the forthcoming few project to be complete within a W. P. SMITH AND) W. !.. :

UNTIL FIRST OF APRIL the building and were requested by 1000.00 PER YEAR session anU representativeFred ;; The days cattlemen have great confidence WALL A 1 K K DIRECTORS
the board to make plans esti- liazenMr .
;or"", b'LJ' In the results to be obtained -
Prices for Bradford County mate coats of such a project: Asa William M. Wainwright a son of Gillis, said) Monday that the from the completed project, and The Florida Bank at Starke, a f

strawberries rose to new heights result the business men appointed retired tax assessor N. D. Wainwright proposed ann** expenditure foi believe It will save them a lot of member of the Florida National
a committee of three, Nat is native old pensionl of which the for business her
; }9 this week as some of the best fruit probably the first age gov- by preventing their stock Group opened
'j t", brought almost seventeen cents a Stemberg C. H. Nasworthy, and Bradford Countian to receive an ernor and apparently all of the legislators i. expense from Into town and Monday capitalized at $23.000 with
straying run-
.. plAt Wednesday and the average I N. D. Wainwright Jr., to Investi- appointment from the newly Inau- approve, win be around i ; ning up a big board. bill In the city 110.000 surplus and $2, oo In additional -

for ,the week held at around four- gate the changes and plans necessary gurated Governor, Fred P. Cone. 4000000. This he predicted will pound assets.

cents a pint or $5 a crate. to accomplish the desired I Wainwright a native SOD of require some sore of new source of I Property owners within the city Director of the Institution are:

Starke results. Starke became State Auditor Friday revenue He explained further Roger I*. Main president; Dr P.
limits whose
and Lawtey together hobby Is flower gar-
crates since The committee was fortunate Feb. 26 succeeding Bryan that it will require at least $1- I 1 A. Brinson, vice-president; W. B. i:
.j&tpped about 4.000 dening or vegetable gardening are .
Thursday of last week bringing to enough to secure the services of Willis, of West Palm Beach. Mr. 000.000 for normal requirements of of four million. Now a four million just as anxious to be protectedfrom Sewell, cashier C* P. Cobb. M. F.

growers an estimated return ofJlZd,090. two engineers who surveyed the Wainwright formerly had served as Increasing necessities at State operated dollars for old age pensions the ravages of hungry cattle Brown, W P. Smith W. L. Wall

grade levels and distances to de- mortgage risk examiner for the institutions. For an exam with an additional million dollars Some of them, who do not know and George J. Avent Mr. Avent,

termine positions for lawns, benches Federal Housing Administration. ple of this state, the senate presi added for the many miscellaneous that the fence Is still unfinished, president of the Florida NationalIn

','The good prices are generally at- and trees Basle! plans will be Governor Cone appointed him as dent-designate. said, "In 1930 $3 90 would over balance thestate's Jacksonville, Is chairman of the
expenses wonder why they still see an occasional
conditions -
, trtbu ted to better weather made from findings of the engineers -' he accepted the resignation of Willis was paid for beef for food purposes need of five million dollarsto cow on the streets. board.

in the north and a scarcity of and costs determined which submitted In response to the at the State, Hospital for the In operate these two Items alone. Besides Mr. Bewcll former cutler !-

f' fruit. .Plant City rolled only two will be turned over to the County governor's request when he was Inaugurated sane. This year, records show Mr Gillis pointed out especially 1(' of the Florida Bank at Bartow,

cars Tuesday, usually the heaviestday. Commissioners January 0 for the resig- Gillis continued "the same qualityof the fact that was misleading. to I TRUSTEESFor the local institution will be staffed

.of .the week there. A return There la very little doubt but nations of department heads appointed beef costs the state $10.90. This many people over the state. The by C. O Folsom. of Chlpley and

to,fairly heavy volume Is expected that the Board .will carry out the by Governor Sholtz. will mean additional annual oper- abolishing of the road patrol the I Miss. Dorothy White. The bank

there !about the middle of the plans If the cost is within reason Willis' term in the $4.000 a year ating expenses" he concluded. cut In the personnel of the many Schools owns the building formerly the

month4'. ; ,, The Plant City total so and that the dream of attractive office would not have expired until When questioned about the abolishment state boards and In the nice track I Bradford County' Bunk, which was

tut stands at 14,217,225 pints for grounds will become a reality. August 14, 1939.Walnwrlght ot the State Road PatrolIn commission, dues not add extru purchased from Dr. Brlnaon.

which growers have been paid $1- served as a bank ex- Florida Mr Gillis said "I think money to the- State Treasury: but ARE APPOINTED --

352.373. aminer under former Comptroller the patrol of Florida's roads Is! a i rather these funds. that were used I Cattlemen To Meet
,Some shippers do not expect car-
FARM CHECKSArrive Ernest Amos several years ago. dire necessity. I think that funds for these named purposes go Into -

Jot movement from here until the Action on the Willis resignation should be provided for this. It the counties' funds and are not for WAINWRHIHT: APPOINTED Charley E Johns president, ha*

first of.April. Bloom Is said to be leaves Sholtz could be of the I called a meeting of the Bradford-
only one major appointee paid out gasoline the State treasury, alone TO SUCCEED:
scarce on plants and it will take a still In office. Wendell C. tax, for instance," he stated. "Or.I With the constant Increase of i I (HAYES( Union Cattlemen's Association for

lotofwarm; ;; sunshine before the Heaton State Industrial commissioner believe funds should be provided prices for coal, flour and meats j juiod Saturday, March 13. The meet-

'volume increases to any considerable THIS WEEK appointed by Sholtz, sent for this service by a Driver's LIcense In the State's Institutions > N D Wainwright who has just Ing will be held at the court house

extent. his resignation to Governor Cone Law which would require a which are to be bought on the ba-1! retired after fifty years In one at 2 o'clock, und Important problems

but it has not been acted upon. new piece of legislation" Mr. sis of the 1030 population census, j I public office or another re-entered relating to the cattle industry -*

-.---- Gillis said this matter could be will cost Florida more than rtO.- i public service In a urn,ill way this will be discussed, it Is said.

jHITS.CAR $1049,35 GIVEN TO GROWERS Treasury Department properly cared tor In the forthcoming 000 as before stated by Semitoi ,I IGillis week by accepting<< appointment ?--? __ .

:: FOR SOIL CONSERVATION Employers who haven't made session but refused to predict' in school trustee succeeding,, E. WMiiycH New Doctor Here

Negro I that a step In that direction wouK Senator Johns, Representative present assessor" lie was
1Then,| their Social Tax returns Dr.
:! ) Security C. J. Cay formerly of ML-
: be taken to fill the
Hiren: and Mr Gillis were In conference appointed unexplrei
for have until March I ami
January up arrived here this week anti
Fifty-four checks were received The DeFuniak, Springs senator for several hours here term
: 31 to do so without penalty, said J I will bo associated In general" prac-
DISAPPEARSSHERIFF'S Thursday morning by County Edwin said he believed the one-half of one Monday. Mr. Johns, and Mr. 1 laze H. L. lough was appointed<< to
Larson, collector of internal tice with Dr. %V. E. Middleton.Dr. .
,-" Agent T. K McClane Jr., for distribution revenue for the district of Florida. I per cent law, requiring business n agreed with Mr. Gillis that the II fill the unexplred term as trusteeof Gay was born and reared In
among the farmers In establishments to pay on gross receipts future situation was a trying pieceof Fred Hazen Bradford
: ,\ The tax, clue In by February 28 County Marion County and received flu
Bradford County participating In before this I would J>a repealed, and ex- work, and while they offeredno I representative In the state legislature -
OFFICE HOLDSi.r new extension was medical degree from the Universityof
the.soil conservation program for plained that'Vvould mean a loss of suggestions, they admitted to I .
AND HUNTS 1937. granted is comprised of two percent Georgia. He has moved his
3000.000 to the State.
: MAN of the total wages paid employees I escape additional taxation in or- The following business was family here and they are occupy.
The checks amounting to a total The repeal of the slot machine, der to adequately finance the old
transacted the board
: during January one percent by : ing one of the Morgan houses!! on
of $1049.35( came from the re of In forty-seven counties. Including age pension and Social Security It moved J. H Moore and
:IC9'USderable{ damage to bothcars which is paid by the em- I was by Madison AveSeries .
gional distributing office In Atlanta Bradford, becoming effective October Act. ( measures) In the forthcoming -
and seconded W. C to .
",was the result of a head-on ployer one per cent. by the by Manning pay ----- ---- -
Ga., and amounts from 1, will mean a loss to the sessions would be
ranged legislative
collision Saturday night just beyon4JJartman'a employee. Returns are to be madeto I Frank Cruce $00( 00 Instead of Of
$1.40( to $250.55 which State of $1,000,000, Mr. Gillis believed task unsolved. MeetingsThe
amount was a as yet
.15: .00 In meet-
J. i $
: cafe on Road Thirteen Edwin Larson collector of I us agreed previous
paid M. O. Harrell of Brooker for I This and the loss of three Senator GIIIls Indicated that a Rev. II M Montgomery
Internal |ling for SchoolChildren
Following the accident the revenue, Jacksonville Fla. transporting High
Class one and two payments. Most millions of dollars from the one- sales tax may be forthcoming, pastor of the Methodist Church,
negro.driver alleged at fault suddenly NOT to Washington D. C. or the | from Lawtey to Starke
checks for Class half of one cent sales sentiment lalatgely has!! announced that series of
.disappeared were one payments Social Security Board. Returns per gross though legislative i The Starke teachers will be glv- a
I tax, If repealed will total I meetings will be held
mean a
only, as a remuneration to opposedROTARY every nightfor
be off to attend the StateTeacher's
The 'two Ford must made for each month on en one day
cars, a Model A .
two weeks!!
farmers for planting legumes and ------ ------ beginning March II.
.and "'Ford V-8 met head-on at a I formSS1- in quadruplicate. J meeting In Orlando pro-

,'1, -l'ffiV-8|moderate.driven rate of speed unknown when the I Il I other Seventy-one cover crops.checks are still due Race Track. Fund I POOR FOLKS NAMES f'I tend vliled to a warrant sufficient same number will at- Mr first Montgomery week's meetings will conduct while the the

by an negro i and notices will be sent to those to It moved W. presiding elder Dr Homer Thompson
was by C.
I Manning
: with.'new; Ideas as to which side County received its
whom the checks belong as soon as preach during the second
." *of.the road was his hit the auto- 1|, arrive. share of the race track fund from In North ImportantCOMMITTEES !: and seconded by K J. Lewis to pay week.
they Notices to farmers
', *i-moWle the i on -half of expenses| of Mrs !Mabel
: driven white Comptroller's office In Tallahassee
by a man namI 1 I A ___
i I receiving the above checks have already -- -- -
t (,;edt Davis. Wrecker service was I Thursday, It was learned. Wall In attending Music Conven-
been sent and they are cautioned I Student Chaplain Here
called Bradford i EAT BERRIES
and the negro asked service- I to be sure and bring the notification County's portion $8- '!
men to estimate the cost of repair-1 j 6 S.18, has been divided up Into Election of School Trustees was The Rev. Mar Hamilton West
card with
Ing damages When. the mechanics ,I( calling for the checks.them when five parts. The largest amount, I I I i ordered held In Districts number student chaplain st the University

turned l to the negro to give the es- fifty per cent ($4.32909)) was add- LUSCIOUS FLORIDA FRUIT .2. 3. 8, an d11.I of Florida In Gainesville will deliver
'<,tlmate he was nowhere to be found. ; ed to the school fund; eight-thir MAKING | The trustees of Hellbronn School the sermon at the Friday

":Me h ,'vamoosed" leaving his car I Fertilizer Consumption teenths of the remaining half ($2- NEW FRIENDS WILL HE HELD paid $27 SO on teRllng down old night!: Lenten service at St Mark's}

'. Jhlm. [ Fertilizer consumption In Brad- C64; .OS) was turned Into the coun- THIS SEASON MARCH 30 I building The superintendent was Church at 7::3O o'clock. Although

%:bit Sheriffs office stated Thursday ford leaped skyward during the ty general fund; three-thlrteenth.j Florida strawberries are mak The Instructed to hold this money and Mr West Is a young man, he has
month of January, 1937 with an to the fine and presentation meetIng already gained some prowess as a
that far ;
so no trace has been ing lots of new friends In New pre-sented
> Increase of 218 tons of the Starke Rotary Club will speaker, and has been I
'found over Decem- one-thirteenth to the agricultural \ of real ben-
of the
; negro though they ber of I York this year according to an Associated be held Tuesday night. March 30, in I Peach Crawford was the r efit not
are holding the confiscated automobile 1930 or almost twice as fund; and the remaining one-thir ,, given I only at Weed Hall Episcopal :
much as the total December con teenth went to the widows' story released this the Woman's Club auditorium at ,! contract for $ 7.60 to tear down student center" but on the
and pension
Three other checking accidents the numbers occurred sumption of only .49 tons fund. week. More people In the lower/ 7 o clock. It was announced Wed I old building, take out nails and assort I whole campus, where he Is a popular

Income bracket are getting the nesday, following the regular meet- lumber according to kinds. figure.

thteiwweek, all of which were on berry habit this year, it Is said Ing of the club I! --------- -

Road Thirteen between Starke and BRADFORD COUNTY COULD EASILY BE !:j'and every time someone new cultivates I Millard Davidson district governor -

ea'Lwtey.;.(,lrpentine A south truck bound seml-trall- I NATION'S LEADING CELERY CENTER i i I a taste for strawberries It Is of Rotary, and other high officials -

;JIort.b: bound orange side-swiped truck about a I County that much better. The for Bradford follows will be present!! and many [(WHAT DO YOU THINKll
growers story I
"U\IomlJes i out from town. Both By H. E. LAGERGRENThere tlon But a great storm came and :' : visitors are expected from club

:trucks were Ford V-8's and damage are hundreds of acres of caused the choking up of Sampson | within a radius. of fifty miles A i(

was heavy. mucklancl between Rowell Sampson river, the outlet for the high waterof In the kitchens of shabby little hanquet will he held to which lu-I II i Uerkly ({uratlon ferent kind of entertainment and
and Crosby Lakes Starke. flats that never knew them before dies!! will be Invited and take
near the will
lakes and
...A,.V-8 pick-up school bus was the entire swamp I Our question this week suggest gets the people of the county together
"pulled out of the ditch late Saturday Wonder someone hasn thought ofstarting became flooded; the forest trees outofseasonstrawberries-here- the place of< the regular meeting :| ed Itself to us after hearing queries in celebration. Bradford
the nations largest celery died and the tofore seen mainly only In well to of the club that week. I I
prairie was abandoned from different
J ,night and another V-8 was I people asking to County can have a successful
.hauled from the ditch Sunday farm on the tract.-Florida Times- and grew up again Into saw- do homes- -ar being euten for the At the meeting Wednesday los I know If the carnival now In town Strawberry Festlvale If the good'
first time thousands of NewYorkers. I I
:morning. Both accidents were Union Feb. 28, 1937. grass. by E. Wilson president, made the following was a revival of the Bradford people of the county will back

,'abouJ:. two miles from Starke. While the T.-U. has our thanks Later Capt. J. C Richard of I committee appointments: I County Strawberry Festival The It."

.': -.. for pointing out a resource that Starke, cleared a piece of land onl I Into this the world's greatest Alma and Objects Committee, con. local post of the American Legion ARTHUR HALL owner and man
market what the
reublic Health Council could be developed Into a projectof the west side of Rowell lake, along are pouring elating of the president, the secretary hastened to assure us that It was ager of Hall's Grocery and Hair
city service of the department
< magnitude, It must not be under' the north side of the run connect- consumer 1'':. L. Matthews and the not and that they had nothing to Bar-
,.,}iT&,Public Health Council In its I of markets called today -Q, tells us that "I would
the Impression that we have been ing that lake with Sampson, but chairman of the four following do with the carnival's being here. like to
I' not see the
aectuiff in the City Hall on Janu- probably the heaviest Winter Strawberry
entirely blind to it. '
this project was not kept In principal committees: The carnival Is not being.ponllored Festival
::1Ar1oIJ up. revived. It takes
: elected the following off l- strawberry receipts In history.For money
'eersl J'' esldent Mrs. Between Crosby Rowell and the early 90'a a Northern syndicate Club Service: J W, Andrews. Jr. by any local organization and Is!! out of town. We should patronize -
A. M. Darby January and for Februaryup
; I I
secretary.: Mrs. E. M. Davis: treas- Sampson lakes, west of Starke, through Dr. J. L. Gasklns and to day, said the Department of chairman, N. D Walnwright, Jr.I here "on Its own". the show we have and try to

urer.'B;M. Montgomery; activities and extending nearly all around Col. C. L. Peek, of Starke, acquired Agriculture about 200 carlots have and H A Mannsxa. After hearing all of this and make It a better show"

these lakes Is a swamp of more or all the lake swamp land, canalIzed Vocational Service: H. M. Montgomery thinking It over we decided to ask:
Mrs. L. A. Davis It lathe been unloaded, against eightyonefor barber shop
less ( the river from Would' you like to see the annual
deep muck. All this land and Sampson lake chairman L. A Gray.
dale purpose of the council to all of January and of February manager would like to see the
tayeatate the lakes were probably once one and the run between that lake and Community Service: A. J. Thomas Bradford County Strawberry Festival festival
and approve of cases of last year. revived "A gala week
aicknes or disease thoseunable large body of water, not so very Rowell lowering the surfaces of The to the chairman, C H. Nasworthy, W. revived ? If not, why It with all kinds of amusement
among price family, although ,
long ago; then a sink hole was these lakes from five to six feet P. Smith what type of celebration Fol .
1 to buy medical In 1"0. and
treatmentand the last week It has risen good advertising
turn them formed and the water drained off, and practically draining the Intel national Service: M. "1. some of our best answers..
over to the county slightly stood today at seventeencents LACY SILCOX, employee In the
leaving only the deepest parts--the swamp. The sawgrass prairie Brown chairman L. F. Chapman, I FRANK ROSSER, owner and man-
nurse,,;Mrs Clennle
Hlckolc to a for the Grade-A
or pint, article Coco-Cola Bottling Co.. "I
the-:clinic I lakes mentioned--still flooded The I I mentioned was again cleared and Dr. M B. Iferlong.Fellowship : ager of the Oh Boy Quick Lunch, says:
they on the first i I the lowest ever known at this do not think we should revive the
three ( sandy land thus exposed eventual- sown to rice. : H C. Wall, T. F says he would like to see the
Thursdays of each time
month, of year Normally It runs I Strawberry Festival because
I I 111'' became covered with cypress Later a Mr Hays, from South t Landrum. Strawberry Festival revived "If
from two until four o'clock around cents above
p. m. a twenty-five or carnival is always and
different doctor in charge each 'I I I trees. On the north aide of Sampson -I Dakota bought 680 acres on the I II the Consumer Service said Civic: E. L. Matthews. I It could be run by Bradford contains quite a few employed

timej&The councils main activities I. lake, east of the river was a I north aide of Sampson lake, built a The reasons for all this out Boys and Girls' Work: L. A. Davis | County people to keep the moneyat devices that corrupt the gambling minds!
prairie of deep muck or W. H. Graham. home. But to It to outside
peat. good residence on a sand dune and give -
are school .
among children.r I pouring of the strawberry horn of of and start bad habits In
__ I|I The first attempt at cultivation started other Improvements, but he plenty were said by the experts to Attendance: W. H. Hart J. B. I people at our county's ex- community's children Too our It

; i I of this land was before the white died before much had been accomplished Carlisle. pense does not make sense.'
be mainly the fact it has been an takes
Evangelist; i j t man came. A little north of the extraordinarily mild Winter and Program and Entertainment: MRS. L. J GREEN, manager of "money away from our

T Evangelist: Earl Voiles of Plant Wannee branch track and east of Then a New York syndicate: Sternberg. N'I Green's Store, answered: "I county.
In Florida
growers particularly ,
City fl will preach next Sunday, Sampson lake, can still be seen about 1912 _bought all the swamp have their Rural-Urban Acquaintance. think a Strawberry Festival, TOMMY CASON. market manager

:Mareh'VZ* both forenoon and evening remnants of an Indian field. Just land. The writer was employed to duction.sharply stepped up pro K. McClane, Jr., C. A Knight, Dr. with plenty of good l clean entertainment In Greene Store, believes the

,JD'I}(the Christian Church: A before the Civil war Archibald make a thorough survey of the Most sit the berries are coming J W. Brownlee.The would be a good advertisement Strawberry Festival should bar

'hearty invitation Is extended to the Johns a plantation owner, put the Membership and Classification for Bradford County revived "because it's Interi..,jebibltJ tIatl

public- to hear bim.y prairie mentioned under cultiva- (Continued Oa Page Eight) (Continued on Page Five) .'cost ftilttee U secft. and then to>. It provides a JIlr and booth."

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s iy to f kuown throughout the world under ment carrying all kinds of parts. service to every owner and there 223 HOGAN STREET brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. 816 RIVERSIDE AVE PHONE: 3-DTO

I meansmore if.I the direction of experienced management This means that their interest In Is no question but that they have Phone 5-2166 Jacksonville Earnest Harris of the State Farm
who knows this business patrons does not end with the sale succeeded. And in this review we and
cct.better last Thursday Friday. Jacksonville
I fe thoroughly. of their machinery.It recommend them and their serviceto Specializing In Blue Prints, Pho-
I t Mrs. Myrtle Priest visited Mr.
Und mar o In this part of the state there is may be truly said that no our many readers. tostats and Engineering Supplies and Mrs, J, E Sullivan last Sun-
wto mak this well-known concern has madea day.

more enToon rapid stride In reaching the top. I
| SOUTHERN HATCHERIES To be a leader In this field, they Rev and Mrs E C. Hogan and

?' !have always mantalned the policyof daughters, Marjorie and Marline, Florida's Livestock Fire i Destroys State
dinner of Mr and Mrs.
too mti, "C. J. FECHTEU I'ROPRIETOR" with only quality supplying merchandise their and patrons accu- Z.were Z. Grlffls guests, Sunday. Value Is IncreasedFlorida Hospital Nurse's Home
Ato- the Dcuiturs
( {'; 40 EAST BAY ST. PHONE 5-6021 JACKSONVILLEThis rate maps plus unexcelled service. Joe Grlffls, Jr., of Clay County, IIvestk; increased 8,4 -
I .4 Therefore, they enjoy a large and lulled his uncle and aunt Mr. per cent In value last year to a total early morning fire destroyed! 1 many conclusfarm Is one of Florida's leading iltory In poultry, securing the best I This firm guarantees their prod- satisfied patronage throughoutthis and Mrs. Z. Z. Griffis Sunday.C. of $26,211,000.The the two-story, double-wing nurserhome
Hatcheries, and the farmer and for the people of this section. Every ucts. Let them do your custom ter- at Florida's State Hospitalfor
| vicinity and surrounding Bureau of Animal Economics -
a A. Grlffls and Mrs Eugene
city people have come to know that farmer should call around here hatching as they have up-to-date An enviable record of 16 the Insane at Cliauuhoochee
farm ; ; ritory. said the horse and mule
ntltjllVe o.squ they can get from them the beat ofbo.by occasionally and see how production equipment and will assure you reliable of highly satisfactory serv- Griffis and children were visItingIn pOPIJ-1 Saturday but no one was hurl uit
| years Waldo lation of the State remained
cnn be Increased Their }poultry service I the flames were kept from 'he
chicks They have a reputation ice.
can far the better Miss Llaza Harrell of Lake City tionary during the year, sheep and I units where
are than
by more
has for sale 4,200
This baby
wide business men hatchery patients
far and as
[ tory whi Mrs.tZ. lambs decreased slightly, but cattle :
i, profit of wide experience and straight- The matter of price has received chicks and a full line of chickens, visited Mrs W. E. Green and and calves Increased somewhat and were sleeping. An Investigating -

There forward methods and It Is not surprising 'itlentlon here, for it has become a Think of them when you want to BROOKERWin Z. Griffis last week. I swine advanced substantially committee from thi, ilate

volved that the volume of business well established tact not only In buy. They are a home firm and Vera Gulnej CorrespondentBox We are sorry to report that Mrs. I cabinet reported to Go"einoi, Fred
There were 18,000 horses and
s is ever increasing the but In the surrounding merit your support. P. Cone In Tallahassee "
1 Culture city : Supper Wilkes Is 111 Her friends of this I 41,000 mules in Florida at the beginning sonu' be-
trot of The modern firm In this line country that the quotations of this Mail orders or phone calls given lieve It (the fire .
A box was sponsored by section wish for her recovery soon. of 1937, the bureau esti ) was mndi'
rueh aa must be one of advanced Ideas regarding dim are always as low as Is consistent prompt attention We wish to direct supper .,
-- mated. The horses were valued at
the Brooker P. T. A. at the ary origin.
of with sound business attention to this hatchery
the your
sect production
i pe building, Friday night A large CARD OF TIIXNKS $1,820,000 and the mules at $6- "Others think
poultry that is pure, tested and reliable This hatchery buys their eggs aa one of the reliable Institutions 109000. there un
crowd attended and
a large num-
from local farmers In this section, of the community which has add- We wish to express our appreciation enough proof for such a supposition .
ber of boxes sold J. H. Benson -
was Cattle and calves were estimated
FERTCon Mr. Ferhtel hag made a scientific which means they lire buying and ed to the development and progress to our many friends for their I ," continued Secietm' .. of
head of the commercial department
to total 796,000 a one per cent Increase -
study of the needs of the ter- selling home products.It of this part' of the state cindneaa and beautiful floral offerIngs -
State R A.
of the Bradford County during the Illness and death They were valued at J14- Gray, speaking!: ii'" ui.
School, and Ovid Lewis, honor committee. .,
Ugh ot our loving mothers and grandmother 749,000 "Certainly th. I I. no
FJ. students of the Bradford High Sheep and lambs were down 1- definite Indication that it as.We
School each a splendid
James S. Austin 000 head compared with a year are continuing our Investigation

611 EAST HAY ST. PHONE 5-7732 JACKSONVILLEDRY speech welcoming. our ninth grade and Family. ago. Their number was placed at .
lass to their school was a
I 38,000 this year, with the value BUITOIJurr
former student of our school here ONE SPOT
Mildew can be removed from approximately 123000.
and hill .11 the r
and we were all proud to hear of *
clothes by soaking them in butter Swine were said to total 499.- on th.doff fir Mt
Tills. firm specializes In buildingand will take and what the probable I I repair service you cannot do better the record he has made for himself milk, then hanging them In the. 000 an Increase of 61,000. Total OUAItAlllrI sacs aunt:

.. repairing of el kinds of ma- cent will be. If It will pay you than go to them. at Starke. We all enjoyed these sun. valuation was estimated at $3,410- ONE-SPOT *.. .*
4 chinery and boats And It Is under better to get a new part, they will They are experts In the business talks very much. 000, an Increase of nearly 1,000- rmlFtou.Lie*0.db llHIUtFT :
the direction of a management of very promptly tell you to do so. and no matter what work you desire 000. as* wd .
a 1 wide experience In this business. They are able to repair all classes you will find them always Burraluiireute. Sermon many years: a member of the Oak .

Well equipped for all classes! of ma- of machinery, just take them to ready and willing not only to serve The Baccalaureate Sermon was Grove Baptist Church. DeWItt C. .: Twenty.five percent of the na MITCHELL'S DRUG STOKE

chine shop work, and have established this shop and they will make the I I you but to give you valuable ad- delivered to the graduating class Jones had charge of funeral ar- I I tion's motor car drivers have perfect

an enviable reputation for machine good as new. 'vice and suggestions as regardsanything I of the Brooker Junior High School rangements. vision. Starke, Florida

i expert service and reasonable. The proprietors realized when I)I connected with the busi- Sunday afternoon by the Rev. B. -

prices. Much work Is dally received thep started In business that It was ness. : M. Montgomery of the Starke

by this shop from the surrounding necessary to equip the place In a In making this review of our Methodist Church Mr. Montgomery FLORIDA: -HIGflLIGTS. 6yFtvNE'J
territory. most complete and modern style progress we are glad to compliment made a splendid address! and ... ... .. 'M_ '. ,
{ This firm Is equipped with the and so they Installed the latest of this firm on its position occupied gave the class some good advice

latest machinery and the fact that scientific machinery necessary In In the business world and Some beautiful songs were sung .

they are machinists of ability 'an establishment of this kind. ThisIs call attention to their excellent by the choir composed of Mrs Q. > ;.', \ )

r rt themselves makes it a place to take one of the reliable Institutions of service as well as reasonable prices B. Colson, Mrs L. R. Waters Mrs. ,
work. tell In Instant this section and when need Wilson, Mrs Edna Crews, T. B.
They can you an you to the public, and In this edition wiI
; what can be done, how long anything In the line of machinery I recommend them to our readers. Pinholster and L. R Waters with
Mrs. Lubedla Pinholster at the piano -

I>. T, :\. :MeetingThe
Brooker P. T. A. held its
regular meeting Monday afternoon.

} 1055 FORREST PHONE 7-8631 JACKSONVILLEAND The following officers were elect-
t ed for the next year: s

VlcePresldl'ntMI'1I.. Lawrence
They are pAckers of pork, and seitlon an Inspection of this will well satisfied! end demand their Wiggins.

it its beef products Laid, bacon, hams, I have a tendency to convince any- products when buying again.In Secretary Mrs. L. D. Polk.

sausage etc, as well na buyers of one of Its validity Equipped with making this. review of the on- Treasurer: --Mrs. Edna Crews

hogs, cattle and etc practically everything In the way ward progress. of Jacksonville we The banner was awarded to H.

Their name stands for quality of modern packing house machine are glad to call to the attention of P. Morgan's room where it will remain -
reliability and progress in this ery together with being housed In the people of this section of the during the summer months

Industry and as the advances of an ultra-modem building and manned advantages accruing to the publicby The P. T. A. plans to continueIts

the times have marked Improvements by experts of long experience, the location of this Industry in meetings even though school Is

In the trade they have kept it Is no wonder that "Better Jacksonville, the high quality of out. The next meeting will be

thoroughly abreast of the times Brand" pock and beef products the products and the commanding Monday, April 3. Everyone is ask-

s Founded and headed. by membersof have. gained favor Incidentally, It position they occupy In the packing ed to be present if possible,
the Jones family, who( are generally would be a most logical procedureto world, excelling a* they do In their

conceded.) to be lending authorities give this local plant the patron. special field of endeavor. But remember Curd of Thank

in this line, Jacksonville age It so richly deserves as their I wish to : heartfelt 17:1:
so buy "Home Products", express my \
should be proud of being scene of products. are recognised by the and ask for "BETTER BRAND" thanks to those who so kindly lenta :::
operation of one of the finest trade as of the very best quality helping hand during the sickness
plants in the entire south Although They are sold all over the coun- as they offer a ready market for and death of beloved husband
my ,,
,, Y N a this Is a rather brotd n<- try and the users have always been your cattle and hogs. I R. H. Tlpton. also for the many 4 :,-: r

---- -- beautiful floral offerings! ?, May

h fy I Ia CRANE COMPANY on God you.send his richest blessings up- 0 LOP/D. ''J ''

Mrs. R. H. Tipton. s4ckzi"v'4

Crane ('n. Is a I ? .nd heating supplies, such as In making this review of the on- Death Saturday claimed Mrs ..

ganization, having been I tubs, bath room fixtures, ward progress of this section of the Lucenda Manning, 84, a well- T
ed In 1835. They have I :*, heating plants and other ap- country it behooves us to compli- known resident of long standing In irs QU r rs

over the world and ", laundry trays, pipe, etc., ment this firm and managementupon the Clan Hill section of Clay County -
a .Y ; tj be complimented In all kinds which are manutactur- the able manner In which the Funeral services were held at
Y i id is it of their one hundred and by them. business of this valued InstitutionIs the grave at Oak Grove Cemetery

five blanches. It will\ be a Their stock of plumbing supplies operated; upon the progressive Sunday afternoon with Rev. G. Ill Ir r

wet to the surrounding' for the convenience of all types and. public spirited policies. Reference Prevatt officiating and six of the _

This firm Is a wholesale f manufacturing plants, schools to this establishment Is made deceased's! grandsons acting as
butor of plumbing and residences The management 'is one of the distinctive features pall bearers.

plica. \Vlth an exception: of plumb'n! : ::, assistants are of long e,
and industrial plants, this .c in this business They arehoroughiy high grade plumbing and heatIng Edmund Manning, deceased, and is 'ni4evar
sells to dealers only. See I conversant with Its ev- supplies survived by eight children, James

tractrr Jacksonville's for prices.most. This Is I I detail and are considered au- The management invites the Manning, Starke; Charley Manning The dreadful DADS MASSACRE; occurred, and removed to St. Augustine where re-Interment
in all
that pertains to the
ness firms, and since it () of modern plumbing and heating contractors Lawtry: Raiford Manning, Poo' iber 28, 183J, near Bushicll, Florida. Here took: place on August 15, 1842.
plumbing to inspect their line of supplies before Lawtey; Mrs Lilly Norman, Law- the Indiana sanad
practically wiped out entire of
business it has gained a nd heating supply business. This an tomAlthough long known as an inhabitant
foothold In Its. line of Is also one of the Inu.trlal making a purchase. They al10 : tey; Mrs. Tellle Padgett Middle- mand of C. S. troops. Until February 20 foll,'. ',nag on the lower East Coast, the SEVEN YEAR

JtiLt throughout this. section. and l commercial organiza : Invite the public to visit their and burg Mrs.; Mrs.Amle Budle Norman, Lawtey; ing. the victim* of the terrible slaf tcr lay APPLE has recently been found along Florid*

irut They are engaged In the of the community and ren show room and make a selection of and by two brothers Taylor Jim Lawtey; exposed to the element. They were then: burial Went Cooot as welL It is a beautiful evergreen

i Ing supply business and ,rs a service that is necessary t', what they would have their con Baldwin, and John Murry of Murry Mid-, on the spot by U. S. volunfers and r Cst>' :'fI1 l rrlth abundant white flowers that resemble C rafl,*

very comprehensive: line of community tractor Install. dleburg. Mrs. Manning was for Gaines. Six years \later the remain wee e..b..JI'e' 'uio.aa. ;'

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Bradford County High School Journal

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EPITOKIAt STAFF I Beta Club Members Interesting NotesThe Basketball Teams ness man the other day. and his Commercial Leader take Spoken English, Business

secretary announced me as "Lil :icliHh, Typing Shorthand. Sales L'L'manship
EDITORINCHIEFVIRGINIA Have Pictures TakenLast Make $18 On PlayThe lIa.... O'Shay's husband Is here," I Writes For MagazineA. Economic. and Genera)
welcome a
seniors wish to
FUQATE3 don't, like It! wish you'd take a Uu lncss. The Junior class id permitted
student Into the senior class,
LITERARY EDITOR Thursday morning the Beta new Albert Kruse, former student of boy's ana girl. basketball month off and go to Reno." J. Lawrence, editor of the to take Bookkeeping CommerdtU -

MARTILE HEMINGWAY Club members, twenty In number Lake Wales. Albert has attended teams presented two skits Thurs- i "Pat" It was a cry of pain. Her Modern Business Education," Arithmetic Spoken Eng

had their pictures made. The Beta day night in the High School audi- I blood rushed to her face and she plans to Include a symposium on limb Business English. 'ryping,
Bradford High before and has returned -
SOCIETY EDITOR Club, a new, honorary club of our to graduate from our dear torium."I stole a glunce at her mirror to see the subject, "What Is Wrong with Shorthand Salesmanship, and

FLORIED KILLINGSWORTII I school, Is sponsored by Mrs. Long. I I old Alma Mater. This makes a total Want to Get Man'led" was how It became her. It looked very' High School Business Education," Economics. The senior class IS

EXCHANGE EDITOR The members, with Mrs. Long of 47 seniors In all. presented by the girls and "Kinkin nice. So she murmured, "Is It in the March Issue of this maga- permitted to take Commercial

MARGIE MCMILLAN and Mr. Gray, posed In front of the Kizzies Wedding" was presentedby Maurice?" lie could barely hear xine. He has asked J H. Benson, Arithmetic, Bookkeeping, Spoken

I school house and Mr. Walter, the I In a recent achievement test the boys. The last was a black- her. one of the teachers selected, to English, Typing, Shorthand, Salesmanship

SPECIAL REPORTER ''district director, took the picture. given to the senior class in English faced, womanleas wedding and received "No, but It Is Katherine, if that send him a statement of not more and Economics. We admit

LOIS JUDD 'I This picture of the outstanding Lois Judd made 98 made: Ethel 97 each.Tay- many laughs.We Is necessary But I'm not so mad than two hundred words on this adults and post graduate spe
lor and Oleta Smith
leaders of the Junior and senior subject.The cials. We teach commercial subjects -
I appreciate the patronage of about her that I wouldn't give her

THE EDITOR'S MESSAGE classes will appear in the National all who attended. up. I want you to take your subject does not assume day and night.

I I Beta Club Journal, which is published Class Members Pick We wish to thank the basketball choice here and now, Lillian, between I that anything la wrong with high General Business Is required of

the for monthly from Spartanburg, and wants." Ills school business education but moat
thank Juniors
I wish to i Loveliest Sensations girls for making our play a me your all commercial students because it

,the way they cooperated with each South Carolina. aucoeHs. I gray eyes were smouldering and, of im would agree that It might be gives a broad foundation for business -

month. I they his blonde head bent to catch Improved along some lines.
>ther last am sure was
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I A list of some of the answers training. This course Is antler
succeed in editing the Brad- BIOGRAPHY OF I her words. The following statement writtenby
I given In the Spoken English Class IT OFTENHAPPENS the supervision of the head of
lord School Journal next IRETSAXON' J II Benson of Bradford Coun-
County In reply to the question, "What i I II "Give me tonight to think it the commercial department, and
Jrear, The following: Juniors aselst- over," she mumbled. "I can't ty High School will be Included In
are the loveliest things you know, each commercial teacher assists In
Frances Ireta Saxon was born September I By the symposium In the March Issue
id in publishing: our page: not counted?" She stopped, then she lifted her his own special field. A general
Veek, Editor-in-Chief: Dot Bishop, 24, 1918, in Hampton, Florida, Just persons Girls wan Hollywood, in alt I its yellow head. '"I hope my nose of the "Modern Business Educa
lecture Is given weekly to the entire
Editor Edna Pearce, Ex- before the close of the World War. I this street, with tion" :
oclety ; : glamour, bnsy Isn't shining, she thought, "but
ihange Editor, Miriam Guy, Spe- At the age of one year her parents, 1. The music of the piano. I the beautifully dreAMed people the she an Id, the smile gone from the "On Wednesday, February IT, In commercial department Thereare
and Mrs. <3. W. Saxon movedto 2. Mountain scenery. leas than four hundred In our
kla Mr. and the little runabouts the seminar at the of
) Reporter. long, huge cars corner of her lips, and tears trembling University '
3. Snow at Christmas time. high school and over two hundredare
Florida where she
Virginia Fugate, Pompano the shabby studio-trotters In her eyes. "Just tonight." Florida this writer heard Doctor
Edltor-ln-Chlef. entered the first grade. They then 4. Fresh flowers in winter and 1 the conceit ted small past-ac- She was carelessly beautiful at Judd of the University of Chicago. enrolled In commercial courses'

returnee to Hampton. Ireta com- 5. Beautiful clothes. tors. Elbow to elbow they walked, the dinner table. The man Katherine He mentioned the chaotic conditionof We da not feel that our plan I'It

EXCHANGE I pleted the ninth grade In Hamp 6. Swimming in a lake. I. the shabby receiving haughty had brought was really very commercial high schools, while perfect and 1 we alter as occasion

She- -Did anyone ever tell you ton and then went to the Starke 7. Dancing to Irving Berlin'smusic. I glance .the well-dressed, envious nice but then Kntherlne'a taste speaking on the subject of the required but conditions are encouraging -

wonderful are? High School where she is now But it General and our graduates) are
how you ones. wos no longer glam- was never very bad. Katherine College Curriculum. Had

HeNo, I don't believe they did. completing the twelfth grade with 8. A pleasant book. orous to Lillian, the gorgeousstar was tco partial to green, she would this writer been In a critical mood, meeting with considerable success

SheThen where'd you get the the senior class of 1936-37. 9. Relief after pain. as she stood on the sidewalk, be lovely In baby blue. Hut she he might have questioned Doctor In finding positions. One thing

deft?. -Pep 0 Plant, Tampa. I Ireta hopea to secure a position 10. A colonial basketball.home Impatiently awaiting a tardy loused! off the thought It was Judd In reference to commercial "wrong with commercial educa

as a stenographer. She likes to 11. Playing chauffeur. Her little foot, clad in Katherine's affair not hers. high schools as compared with tion" Is that there Is not enough of

Definition without of of intention."flirtation. Attention study commercial subjects, play Boys I the latest of boots was impatiently' At her request, her manager equaqlly chaotic conditions In gen- it In most of our high schools. We

tennis, go to the picture show, and 1. A sincere speech. I tapping the sidewalk and to the was waiting In the library after eral colleges. Here In Bradford speak as the hlghschool offeringthe
1W'ONlER to visit interesting places. 2. A high, beautiful mountainin exotic that was imitated most commercial subjects for
\\E WIIY'lHarriet :I eyebrow dinner. The room was lit with soft High School we do not feel that
---. spring. millions lifted but could Its size! of school In the South"
cried so much at the I by was lights and music was heard from our commercial curriculum Is in a any
3. To play basket ball In the not be the .
seen through heavy
.how Thursday afternoon. Former Student the radio. state of confusion. We have a ---

Clarice didn't have her history. open air. I I veil. She was tired of these crowded "A lovely setting," she thought, program suitable for the needs of The lemon tree la said to be a na-
Writes BensonMr. 4. Friendliness. streets of Hollywood she wanted tive of northwestern India,
V report Monday morning. ; "but what a scene It will be!" students who do not plan to go to
anxious to geto 5. Music made by a string the quiet of her spacious home, "Well?" looked almost .. .
Virginia was so he fright- college or who wish to specialize In ---- -
received the follow- band. the of a
Benson flattery her French maid
school Monday. ened. Lillian was always getting commercial work.
The freshman Statisticians that more than
from former student of 6. A table full of good food at the of her say
letter a ] huabnnd's
ing security -
Juanita was thrilled at the showhe presence moods he thought, and wondered class In high school Is permitted to 3,000,000 public school children of
the local high school: dinner time. and the compliments of the
other night.Elalne's how he would handle this one. take Commercial Arithmetic The 24OOOOOO In tho United States)
U. S. S. WhitneySan 7. Swimming in the lake on a select crowd of stars fluttering
; heart throbbed Sunday. I "I'm giving up my carver" she .ophomol'e clasH la permitted 1 to have some defect In hearing. r
Diego, Calif. moon light night.KIOGRAI'HY about her She wondered If Katherine -
said, softly, and was surprised at --
ANYBODY'S BUSINESSA February :CO: 1937. had completed her tea the effect.

certain Junior basketball play'r Hello Mr. Benson: OF dance plans. Katherine was a dear BOREE FUNERAL HOMEFull
I "Too bad, he replledw, softly "I
tall, blonde and handsome, Is I think that I have EDWARD FRANCIS I1AGWKLL and so helpful. Of course, Lillian
guess you Una .
i wonder who I'll get for Helen of of Caskets Si Undertaker SuppliesAMRULANC
showering all his affections on a forgotten you and the second year O'Shay could condescend to Katherine K HEKVICK

tertaln senior girl. Wake up, bookkeeping class, but I have not.I Edward Francis Bagwell, a blue- O Neil even though, they Troy. DAY AND NIUIIT
of she cried, sit
jlJolles Military Academy! Time is am stationed on the U. S. S. I eyed, black-haired boy first saw both had good old Irish names. Ka- Troy 53 PHONE 53
ting quickly.
arching on/l!! March 3 1917. therine's name was her by up
for duty until I see whether the world on given
Whitney "
"Yes, he replied, "you wouldn'treconsider Alsr.;
A certain sophomore dated a I have made the Naval College.The ] He was born in Cooksvllle Tennessee her parents and her speech still hada Just for this once ?" "A IIOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" F'F'BEASLEY'S

Junior girl the other night. Is he reason I was stationed on' where he resided for four slight brogue. Katherine's hair "
"Well she said
trying to make another Junior girl i was a fluffy brown and her a slowly. -- ..- -.
this ship was that they have a classon i I years. When he was four years eyes "Marvelous play," he muse,!. ._n_,_._,__,__.__,__ ,_ _._ _._,_.__._,__
Lealous from Cooks- sweet Irish blue. Her aunt Lillian
board studying so they can pass old his parents "Who would opposite ?"
play me
It seems to be the habit of a Ten- who was Lillian to her when in the
the Entrance Exam to the Preparatory -I vllle, Tennessee to Monterery, she asked, her eyelid lifted 1
ophomore girl to have a date ev- Class for the Naval College. nessee. Edward lived In Monter- presence of friends had 1 the light "Ramon he !. SERVICE STATIONWe
Sunday night with a boy of est, finest of blonde hair, with Taylor, replied."Well
i-ry fine and attended
So far, I like the navy very I ery for three years Just thin once, "she re-
Igh intelligence (from the Univer- but if I fail to make the Naval College his first year of school there. After huge brown eyes and lashes fullyan luctantly said, "but I'll have lo Handle Cold Drinks Standard Gas
a of Florida, no less) inch long. Her famous go ;
pity I am going to come out of the I 1 completing the second grade in to Reno, first."

Come on, you "tight-wad" Junl- navy and go into business for my | Monterery he moved to Sorrento, pouted In one corner and In the "Reno!" he cried, his eyes light- and Oil-Atlas Tires, Tubes and Batteries. 4

rs loosen up your pockets and self as I am going to save at least, i Florida and lived there for one and other lingered a petulant smile, ing with realization of what she

pay your class dues so we can realy some of my salary each month thatI I one-half years. Edward did not go "Lovely," exclaimed newspaper was to do. "Marvelous I That's BUS STATIONBEASLEY'S : #

show the seniors how to give a am In the navy. I to school while living In Sorrento. critics, while producers cried, "Per- Just what need, right now!"
arty; if our credit was better we fect," and clamoured for contracts. you
I was transferred to sea duty on After leaving Sorrento he came "Is It?" she asked, absently. "0.
wouldn't have to rush you so-butBwe've January 9 and came around to the to Starke, Florida and entered the And here she was, Lillian O'Shay, K. Let the papers know I'll be SERVICE STATION''

got to have "frog skins" to i third grade here. Edward has been standing on a corner, waiting for a "
west coast on a navy transport.On back In a month Katherine'afriend
carry on. the way around we stoppedin "1 going to school here for eight common chauffeur! Finally she, had been Interested She Opp. Court House Phone 60
Dot missed a good date Friday 1 and he Is now a senior of saw, weaving along the traffic, her
Guantanamo, Cuba, and on both years hoped he'd follow her to Reno. .
night by going to Gainesville, and sides of the Panama Canal.In I Bradford County High School. huge and gorgeous car, with its I, .

I trying to represent Starke there, the Canal Zone I saw some Edward likes all sports especially gilded front. The chauffeur was i
]but call again John, shell be home profuse In his apologies and excuses -
football and basketball. He wasa
interesting sights, such as, the 1
Ito callers in the future. but the next he
operation of the locks and the habits member of our basketball team day wan What Do You Need

| WE WONDER. WHY of the native people of the last year and also played on the searching the employment pUKe of
team this a two-cent dally paper. Lilliancouldn't
I David S. motors to Lawtey so country. I again year.
Edward Is and bear waiting.
a very friendly
{often. In April we are going Into a tri
In her
courteous and his best liked warm and comfortable
I The boys didn't win the game in angular maneuver, which Is goingto subjects are boy: salesmanship and home, Lillian exchanged furs and In Printed Forms, Office Supplies, or Social Stationery? r
I Lake Butler Friday night. at San Calif., to
start Diego
I economics, typing and general bus- tailored suit for dainty evening (Don't tell don't need ANYTHING!)
Winifred H. loses his temper so Alaska, and from Alaska to HawaIi -I iness. dress and then carefully looked in us you

{easily. and back to San Pedro, Calif.I .
her mirror for signs of There
Edward's ambition is to be an age.
I We miss so classes after will card and let-
many drop you post
aviator and we wish him the best was a tiny line where she had
lunch. ters from each port we make on LETTER HEADS RUnilER STAMPS AND PADS
frowned right above her A
of luck in his chosen field of work. eye.
We have so many shows. the cruise.
little cold
cream and
1 So By Teresa Jones. massagingrid For business and social You find new uses day for rub-
many girls are getting perma- Sincerely yours, her of that. She must be care- purposes usage. every f

'Knents.B George Morgan.A I Entrtained ful of frowning. Not for her Special attention given to work in two or be:* stamps and the time you save will soon

Pupils fame's sake, but her husband more colors. Your letter head should be a pay for them. Also best quality inking

LOST AND FOUND coincidence In this letter is work of art-get from the scratchpad pads.
I With Picture Show No one must ever suspect that she away
OSTTwo Bradford "B's" by that Mr. Benson was formerly attached
i was a sound ten years older than variety.
H Junior Adkins. to this ship as a Senior
her handsome, adoring I'at O'Shay.
The school was entertained Monday
pOUND-By Artford a new way Lieutenant.
afternoon They didn't either, she thought, as
B by a moving picture ADDING MACHINE RIBBONS
to .
get a goal by shooting
i. she carefully patted her face with
show. It was Just like a real mov- ENVELOPES
hrough the rafters in Baldwin.
EFOUND Salesmanship Class ing picture show. It started off the huge cotton puff. There was a Of course you knew we carried typewriter
By Carpenter anew
P method in getting her history Has Selling Practice with a comical comedy, "Tom and knock on the door. Sure, you can buy them already stamped ribbons, but what about the adding

students to get their leasons. I''I Jerry." "Come In," she said, assuminga from the Government, but they will have machine ? We have them too and the pa- +

Then the main "The more graceful position. "Oh. roll which add
FOUND--Some new Jokes by Mr. The Salesmanship class began picture about as much personality and individuper upon you up to see

a Benson, which he told In chapel the first of the year with a nickel. Magic Vault" which was about the Pat, how are you, dear, it's been ality as another striped suit at the State how much money you'd have if everyone
i and various animals of the ages since I've seen you. How Is
FJ1day.FOUND. Each, student is selling something Jungles the business Prison Farm. paid, the bills you send them and you did-

--By Arlle his two dance and making a profit which they I Jungles. "You're producing ? n't have to pay the ones they send you
looking tired. ,
Last but not least was the sing-
I steps which he lost last week, will have a party with it at the he a
The words were flashed on said Ignoring her question. The
Sand now he's Here Is the list ling. I'i
trucking away. end of the year ) frown wrinkle apepared above her
the screen and one STATEMENTS
+- of things and their profit of the 'i sang i
them. Some of the were, eye. SECOND SHEETS
I BIOGRAPHY OF following students: I'I songs Some business I houses stopped sending
"Smiles," "Let Me Call You Sweet- "That wasn't kind, Pat, you
a WINIFRED IRENE DAVIS ______.05 these the but the No use to buy expensive when
Bernard Rosier, pencils i I heart" and "Whispering." Would know I do my best." out during depression, papers

B On the day after Christmas, WInfred Hazen, Camels _____05 n't It be grand If the school owned "Oh, forget If: What are we doing time has come when you can reasonably appearance doesn't count, but if you do

JJ1919, a beautiful baby girl was Marie Hinson, Gum ________05 I one of these motion picture ma- tonight?" expect a fair return on your investment in need the best we can furnish watermarkeda

born in the family of Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Quarter, Luckles __.05 chines? "Why I thought we might to in all sizes-even that extra long legal
BDavis. She born in ________ go cent stamp. We have a very spe
-was Dupont, Billy Powell, Greens that big first-night program. We vial size that you can never borrow from

({Georgia. Ethel Packham, Cigars ____.05""I I WOULD BE HAPPY IF: have been Invited." price on statements your friends. Also that thin onion skin

B A very important Incident happened Marie Tison, Cigars ________05 for
"You have, should l"! making copies.
I I bad a few more admirers (sar- nay
while she was living: in DuIpxmt. Harriet Benson, Candy ___-_.05 "Why, Pat!"

Irene was about five months Louree Howard, Peanuts ___..OS castlcally-Kalle.
I could find out why they voted "Oh, Lillian, we can't go on like CARDS
Bold when the house caught on fire.HEveryone Alberta Hinson, Cigarettes __.05 I
for S. G. ahead of me for the best this. I'm nothing but a background
was out of the house Ernest Dow-ling, Valentines _.05 ODDS AND ENDS
I looking.Artford.People for you, and your glamour. I ad For business, political and social uses.
Hwhen about Irene _____05
they thought Mildred Borwn, Cigars
would let schoolIn mire you, but not enough to take Either printed engraved or embossed. Rubber bands
me skip clips all kinds of
EShe was left lying on the living Ireta Saxon, Gum __________10 this ,
Broom floor, but.she was rescued. Lucille Webb, Candy ______.05 peace.-Billy P. far cowardly position that wouldbe Too many styles to name, but samples are binders, even ink in quart bottles, we can

B The first six years of herlife I could consider myself well from complimentary, to any here for your inspection and all prices are save you money on all of these There
dressed.-Martlle. men. Why, I went to visit a. bual-
were spent in Dupont, Ga., Floral Making a net total of _____$0.751 reasonable must be other things that escape us just
I The seniors didn't leave the audi-
KCity. Inverness Gainesville, Wal- Keep up the good work and you Junior: "Shakespeare used new, but you can ask.LEGAL .
torium first. Freshmen, Sopho-
Kc3o and Starke, Florida. may be a salesman. them."

H She started to school in Galnea- mores, and Juniors. Mother: "Well, don't play with

vine, entered the seventh at Gt ESS AGAIN I him." i WEDDING INVITATIONS

Starke where she Is now one of the (Fill In the blanks) Now For A SmileS. BLANKS

best students In the senior high We know a boy who's very nice Katie: "Wait Mitt here for me''' The folder type in white or the new Don't bum your I legal I blanks-buy them

Rcchool. He's In the sophomore class G. Denmark (over the 'phone) until I powder my noce." ivory color. If you must economize on this from us. We have everything you'll need

Irene Is very cooperative and hasRa His hair's black, his eyes are. "What time are you expectingme I Katie: (Three dances later) : (item we have a line that ]looks like engravwhether" you're buying a cow or mortgaging -

sweet personality. Everyone likes dark. ?" I "Been waiting long?" feels )like engraving, but doesn't cost in!: your home. Our blanks will do everything -
Ifcrene '
because she is so agreeable. He's known for catching bass E. Rowe (coldly): "I'm not expecting Roacoe: "No but I've been lookIng -
I' like engraving. but the mortgage.
H She plan to enter Massey's Bus- Quite often i in a small rowboat j you." for you to give you your compact pay

Ulneas School in Jacksonville and Sweet Hazel he's hallowedIf S. G.-"Then I'll surprise you." i iI ."

prepare for a secretary. you want to Insist, my friend.i I i Get 29 On The Teleph one, Please, James

H W. all know Irene won't have ------------- II Frances Peek-"Do I look like a There Is always a tie between

any trouble In getting a Job belie _. ---------------I I model?" father and *en--and the son usually -

of her ability to accomplishwhat The earth's temperature Increases Chester-"Yes, a Model T." wears it.Answer.

she starts out to do. j on an average of one degree ----.+---- Bradford County Telegraph 4 4a
We all wish her luck on the great Fahrenheit for every sixty I Mother: "JUDI--don.t: use such to Guess Again

Ihwa.l of life. feet of depth. bad language." He's. John Arthur Torode.


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t Wednesday! Meeting of U.D.C. !!Cook Review CI b" NOTICE Jected the Idea of brings,
Is Well Attended ': Has Meeting '' V TERECIPES This is to advise the Citizens ofStarke Carnival Into Starke Th_ l',.
Interesting iOl'
R I Bradford that ment Is
ELi F A 0 and County printed In order t t.?,. .
;i Societv"Attend i Mr A. Z Adkins. Mrs. Marcus | A splendid treat was enjoyed by the Jones-Langford-Whlte Post, an erroneous Impress-on .."

.: pi F Brown MlH Amelia Ray and the members of the Book Review American Legion Is not sponsoring: among some people that th,. \,rK t
Miss Olive Ray were hostesses Club Tuesday evening at the home the Spring Carnival which Is now '
Wednesday afternoon to the W. T. of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis The OPBRADFORD showing in Starke, and Is In nowise lean Legion Poet was (aeIiq!I ,,-- I',
lIP'! Weeks Chapter U. D. C., at the books reviewed were the two most responsible for Its presence In bringing this Carnival to s'd,;,:

Installation: | AI. S. Circles! Alttt MondayMrs home of Judge and Mrs. Adkins. outstanding non-fiction books of COUNTY here. At a recent meeting of the March 4, 1937.

f 1 Sweet peas, Radiance rone-buda the year. -"Man. the Unknown" by HOUSEWIVES Post the members unanimously re- <( Those attending the In W P Smith and Mrs A I 1 and calendula added to the charm Dr. Alexis Carrell and "Inside L

. of Woodman Circle Anderson entertained (Circle I of the living room where the Chap Europe," by John Gunther. each year Is Park-Of-The-Palms, N. D. WAINWRIOH j 11,
Lake Butler Tuesday One of the Woman's Mis ter members assembled I Adjutant, Jones-Lan,i I',,,,
in Just returned "
fortunate having CrearentnMies Heights--has
Y I Ii The club was I Keystone ?
L Mrs. Vtrgie Flynn Society of the Methodist |I Mrs. L. A. Davis, chapter' president 1I -I I an reviewers two of our most prom- from a Missionary tour of White Post No. 56.j I ; ,
ident. Mrs. A. J. Grlffl, Monday afternoon, at the I Mitchell this
I presided over the meeting, inent citizens, Dr. H. B. McLendonand Lucile gave the world on which he was accom- American Legion
el Chambers Mrs. L. of Mrs. Smith, which was crescents for the Tele-
; which was opened with the Lord'sprayer Col. H. V. Knight. In a very recipe for panied by Mrs. Tibbits and "Gor- .--- .
:MIlls Ethel Moore Mrs. ned by bowls of pink petun In concert, and followed I graph and I think that speaks for A
repeated entertaining and scholarly manner I, don, the name by which his sec- man in Kiel Germ.mfined <
man Miss Vonda Inman. and roses Itself. Everybody knows what a iI8
by "Old Folks at Home, Dr. McLendon gave an analysis of retary Is lovingly known wherever $3,200 because be .
Those taking part In Mrs. W. E. Middleton, circle as a chorus with !Mrs. E. K. I firsta good cook Miss Mitchell III, I k d
sung "Man, the Unknown, giving they go. Mr. Tibbits held the rapt
!' lation "eremony were presided over a business ses at the Mrs Ethel know you'll want to try this recipeat married woman. The I.i., ,- ,
COJ'Ir. Perryman piano. sketch of the life and career of attention of the congregation as c:
Moore Chaplain, Mrs. ., and Mrs. K. K. Perryman first brought action.II4W.'j.
.. M. Bigga transacted her duties aa the author and his brilliant your opportunity. he gave Interesting accounts from
Bj :Musician, Mrs Inman e,) the devotional service. secretary; and Mrs. II. B. McLen- achievements. He showed that One-half pound butter ,,, the various countries visited. It -

I Attendant.Mrs. In the Home Mission don, treasurer, and Miss Olive Ray, j Pope was right In saying that "the 6 tablespoons of powdered sugar j'was a rare opportunity to get
f ETTKfWhat { + Inman gave a was the subject of the pro- registrar each gave a good report. !I greatest study of mankind Is man, I 2 cups of flour fresh, first hand information of
811 I the Membership Owes to which was reviewed by Mrs. The president appointed Mrs. J. and that man has been so busy 2 cups of nuts chopped fine conditions In the foreign countries '
, end the Officers' Duties W. Anderson, and Mrs. Pearl M. Brownlee, Mrs. E. K. Perryman through the centuries exploring the Cream butter and sugar. Add especially from a Christian stand
, G' I 1 N Successful Year." Mrs. B. M. Montgomery and Miss Amelia Ray as a com- wonders of the world and laying flour and then add nuts. Roll in point. The 2nd Psalm was used '.
I'' 'I ytl --.-- education In foreign mittee to Interview our senator and bare the secrets of nature that hej' hand and form crescents. Bake in descriptive of conditions and the & /

Ing, or fa : Young Matron's Circle particularly in China. I representative In regard to Important has neglected the greatest, most a slow oven 40. minutes When message was timely, propheticaland
'anywaygf'money ? '" The Young Matron's Smith, assisted by Mrs. An legislation that will be brought I wonderful, most mysterious of all j j done sift powdered sugar over Messlanlac. 4BgDars;
Miss Kate Struth and Mrs. at the
tfc up coming Legislature. This realms, himself."
them. Makes 40 creacenst.
.' i the Baptist Church met H. Struth (served a tempting legislation concerns the Confederate -I Music for the evening was by
Theremsking nigh I at 7.30 o'clock: ut the I Col. Knight in reviewing "InsideEurope" ---. Mr. Tibbits, who Is an accomplished SALE
course. Sailors and Soldiers Home near'
", f said that we really know organist, and by two Counselors
9 Mrs. Paul Raymond and Jacksonville.The 'I MISSION II.M.L
The prli '. r' r members were present little of the real conditions In the
i absence from the Adirondack Camp, N. Y.,
Moore. In the
Ins andsproducttf;, \ ;f leader Mrs. B. M. ]' ( this meeting also an out-of- Chapter voted to send $3.00 countries ruled over by dictators, A tour "Around The World with and Gordon, who are with Mr. and March 17, 18, 19. 20h11TCIIELL'S
Mrs. W. D. Little, of fund Mr. Geo. F. Tibbits" was the advertised -
; guest on educational to help a student I that
l iJ Ralph Alvarez opened the only such Information comes Mrs. Tibbits at Park-Of-The- Ditto STOKE
Ibla fob Ind. at the of Florida. topic for Tuesday evening'sservice
1' ,.it.j l by reading Scripture from University out as these governments are will- Palms There was a number of ,
y to Number Two was enter- The historian, for to and the large congregation
chapter of Rornann, Chapter Miss Ing us know. Communism out-of-town persona in attendance I
means i pray.,. by Mrs. K. L.'HIggs. by Mrs. L. A. Davis! and Amelia Ray read a most InterestIng as a theory seems good, a beautiful assembled was not disappointed. at the meeting.
' more) c I I 4' j I \V. A. Bcssant Jr., at the paper entitled "Life of L. W. dream, but In its application InRussia Mr. Ttbblts, or neighbor Tibbits-
. better .. !1 Luring the business .. of the former. Spring flow- Klckllter (1184 -1032J.) This paper I I }it appears something farIOUCCu since his home f some_ months_of I Ij I
were I'lsou.sHPd' to cotnplete ,
and kinds used to I
l' of various were was written by Mr. Klckllter aboutflfle..n rum me luefii. uic- I
' '; given to the circle's j nual reports of the members of the
>i to maket<\\: H to the charm of the rooms months before his death. tators are not
,' really geniuses as II
rfToo ; Arcadia. \ executive board will be heard.
more h 1 the guests were seated Ills great grandfather, Andrew we might suppose from the success
Delegates to the State Federa- j I I NOTICE TO DEPOSITORSOF
After I ho
nf t meeting Klckllter, lost his life
r. A. Wood, president of the in the Revolutionary they have had In currying the peo-
,the mat), J.I; hostesses. served delicious conducted the worship War; and LV. Klckliter ple with them. Their success is due tion of Music Clubs and to the

. too nttt :" 1 ments to the members, : and Mrs. C. L Stockwcll Joined the Confederate Army when to the peculiar conditions existing State Federation of Woman's BANK OF STARKE
Clubs will be elected, The former
to theculture 1t. ' | i. -- ------- convention willl be held In Gainesville -
: ;1 It"W. session The program was was In many battles In December, the thing wanted most by each
many e';" : '' ; by Mrs Stockwell Mrs. I 1803 he moved with his parents group and class Hitler, Col. and the latter In Jacksonville. ,," ,"wi,,,,,n,,,,,,,",,,,,",IIIIWllllllllruIlUIIIIUIIt
concluBffarm t il ) White and Mrs U, B. McLen- from near Atlanta, Ga., to Brad- Knight said, is decidedly a mediocre Hostesses for the afternoon are:
,, .vi\ 'JlI'4 ';k:U I!. RITZ TIIEA ford County, Florida where he liv- his one gift being a bewitch- Mesdames 0. L. Haynes J. W. Ail Deposits. In the Bank of Starke :Made Since the
. farm orSquantit \' .;\ ," J was announced that Mrs. E. S. ed until the time of his death ing oratory. In his keen analysis Klncald. O. L. Beasley J. H. Kin- Bank :Moratorium March 1, 1933 intuit be withdrawnor

$, ,-1.1.Ve ., STABKE i I and daughter Mrs. II. B. which was March 8, 1932. I and brilliant treatment, Col. Knight law. Bryant Beasley J. G. Godwin, Transferred. to the :New Florida Bank at Sturke
\ can' J W. B. Mundy and J. L.. Peek.war.
, whs I would entertain both The hostesses. assisted by Mrs made the present state of Europe by Tuesday, :March 9th.
tory II the first Monday In April, O. L. Keasley, served hot tea and much more understandable to us.
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,profits which ticm a special program dainty sandwiches. The members of the club and A Liquidator' of the Old Bank of Starke will be Appointed

The re Tllt.n..I..III.I.IC: be presented. Enjoying the meeting with Mrs. visitorswere enthusiastic over REALESTATE FrltluyIar'h: 12th And It1lJ Be Neceenary '! .
volved'culture "More Than these reviews and For AH
\ the close of the afternoon the Adkins, Mrs. Brown and the Misses expressed the JepofOltors'ho Have lteltrlcWdc-
trol of ; Secretary"Feiiii served dainty refresh Ray were Mrs. L. A. Davis I hope that these gentlemen will lend rountKc In the Bunk to File a Claim With the LIquidator -

such a. '' ArthurfJeorjje Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs, Mrs. W. G. their talents again In the serviceof for the Amount of Their Deposit. This'!
ct pe< Brent Halle, Mrs. E. K. Perryman, Mrs. the club. IF YOU WANT TO Should' Be Done At Once all n 23 Per Cent Dividend
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I .. l \v. K. Torode Mrs. J. W. Andrews i BUY SELL OR RENT | Will Available Whon the Claim Is Filed
Woman's Club Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Mrs. Hal] Edwards :\ SEE US-
SATt.UO i\ :M \ ( Baptistlissionary ,
,,,,, ,
lirEnTComb I Double] Junior Woman's Club will Mrs. L. H. Hill, Mrs. L G. Circle No. 2 l nI '' !''o/119sOXUtIl'I/ '''''''''''''''''

Its regular meeting on Tues Powell Mrs. Effie Miner Mrs. J. WILSONREALTY C. L. Stockwell Conservator.
1 "Texas afternoon, March 9th, at 3:30: M. Brownlee Mrs. J. E. Wilson Circle No. 2 of the Woman's'' Missionary ,I ,
Mrs.!\ H. B. McLendon, Society of the Baptist CO.
Fred blue Miirrny k at the Woman's Club build Mrs L. A. ,
Ft, -AND- I II flennolda and Mrs. O. L. Beasley., Church met Monday afternoon at !I
J. "Mad I Hostesses arc Juanlta Bare- Hostesses for the April meeting ] 3:00-: ..o'clock- at the home of Mrs. ,
I, !. Layer Phillips Martha I f. AI. Barefoot, with Mrs. O. A. ': .
Edmund L I I I Middleton. Mrs. E. S. tesses. 1 I .
wl'N:.;.-:MN.:. ftl\K. and Mrs. H. B. MatiheWS'j Vases of pink radiance rOBes and I II I (

"Love On The calendulas were used as decorations FLOUR 85c GREEN'S f 0 'I 'y., r "
Joan CrawfordClark DOES BLADDER 1KRITATIO.VCiET for the afternoon.The r.r
K{!; Gable rr ; YOU IT? devotional was led by Mrs. II 24-Lbs. _)l.- Y_.eh o--t; ; ;: :..
1 1r "J Franchot Tone MAKE W. B. Alexander reading the 4th wH Tfc's SNOW
'i,. Also Flush the bladder as you would chapter of Acts, followed by prayer I STORE 0" ,.SOFT AS DOWN
:NEWS AND the bowels. Help nature get rid by Mrs\ J. H. Lord. .,'
of Impurities and excess acids Mrs. R. A. Thomas, chairman of MULLET: 3 for 20c

'4 TUKH.-UEU.. MAR which can cause Irritation that results the Mission Study, reported one FISH Lb. 8c CASH & CARRY t
"Sinner Take in getting up nights, scanty study course In February, but as i,

;;I Bruce Cabot backache flow, frequent or leg pains.desire,Get burning buchu:, so"Follow few were Me,present" the same book, i, STARKE, FLA. ( RICE 5 Lbs. 24c
would be taken
r ? Margaret Llndnay March 17, 18, 10, 20 leaves juniper oil and 6 other again up I! ,
.' DIU'O STORE: drugs: made into little green tab Thursday, March 4th at an : :MERITA SODACRACKERS.
<< T1IL'ICN' .-Fltl., MARCH: lets Just say Bukets to any druggist all day meeting at the home of

t., "As You Like e e 23c will In 4 be days refunded.If not pleased Mitchell's your I dish Mrs. p luncheon M. Barefoot.will be A served covered at I, COCOA 2 Lbs. lOc Lb. Box lOc

::1 t Drug Store. noon. i I

\ -3teT The Easter box to oe sent to the I I
orphan girl at Arcadia was plan- CHEESE Lb. 23c

Iti ned at this time after which the I
meeting was adjourned with pray-1 PORKSAUSAGE

i ; II WANTP1 er. I j I I PRINCE ALBERT, can ._ lOc Lb. __ __ 25c
} t Coffee, sandwiches, and cookies ,
were served the twenty members ] PET OR CARNATION BEST WHITEBACON
present by the hostess assisted by

.'' 4 rt I Mrs. W. H. Perkins.. MILK 3 tall cans 20c Lb. 18c


Starke Grove No. 278 held its STEAK, Lb. ._ _ ._ 12'/2c
1 r regular business meeting Tuesday
I ,:. \\i\\\\ contract with growers in Bradford County for all the berries they night with Mrs. Viola Fusaell in 5 Lbs. 25c BOLOGNA

I 1' can harvest from their own fields from :May 1st to June 10th 1937. Will the chair. SAUSAGE Lb. 12Mc
pay 3c per pound net (Cups! and Crates! returned) for U. S. No. 1 Berries The meeting was opened in reg- ''I j Ita FKO.

., packed loose in 32 Quart! Hinge Top Crates, Berries to be delivered at Ship. ular form, with all officers present I I SALT Pkg. 3c '
The chairman of the Sick and NECK BONES 3 Lbs. __ 25c
ping Wharf in Lawtey. Same to l be inspected and weighed by Federal Inspector Flower Committee ,
reported sending MERITA OK BELLBREAD
or by J. S. Norman, T. L. Wainw right. F. II. Carradine C. R. White- eight cards and four bouquets

":, head. T. T. Blackburn or J. S. Eunice; who will work under supervision of of flowers to the sick. 3 Loaves 25c RFFF

the Federnllnlpedor.! Applications for membership ,. STEW Ib. WefOINTRY 1

h'I I 1 If Berries pass inspection the growers will be paid in cash for net were presented. and accepted. I I 100 BOX

pounds!!! at rate of 3 cents per pound. Those wishing to contract to sell their District President Mrs. Virgie ASPIRIN Box 3c ? ROLLRHTTER
entire crop of surplus Merries! after shipping is will Flynn gave a splendid report of the'
"j ,: season! over please get district convention held In Starke Lb. 32c
in touch with your choice of above weighers and sign,: contracts. All contracts I and the fine work that the Groves WATER GROVND

i must be made and signed not later than :March loth but to be sure throughout the district are doing ; MEAL 10 Lbs. 25c FLORDIA

i' that you can contract your berries at this price you should sign up as soon | In general welfare work in their PORK
,i as possible) as we cannot pay this price except to those!; contracting the first | communities ; OITART JARPEANUT .
r 600 acres.After! Mrs. Maude Andreu gave a talk j

; the first 600 acres have been contracted for we will contract for on ties"What Should a Presiding Be to Young Officer's Girls Du-' BUTTER 25cr.ROt'ND MUSTARD.' Ots. lOc

an additional 600 acres! at 2'.c per pound.
During the social: hour the hos- < D.lL'Pt"RECOFFEE
Those! not contracting will be paid :2c:! per pound if and we can use them teases, Mrs. Maude Andreu Mrs. II-OZ. TOMATO:

hut contracts.we are not binding,: ourselves! to buy any berries! except from those signing :: Carlton Chambers Chastaln, served, and cake Mrs.and Ethel fruit Lb. 12VcNO. CATSUP -. _. h _- lOc

I ',' Contractor will be paid $1.00 in cash to bind the contract. Said $1.00 will punch to all the members present. KELLOGG'S CORNFLAKES

be considered! as! part payment and will be deducted from his first deliveries The next regular meeting will be 2 CANS-STANDARD

O. J. )Phillips at Lawtey will notarize your contracts free of cost to you. I I Illation held Tuesday and Important night March business 9.will In TOMATOES K61hc 2 for 15c

This is the first opportunity that the Bradford County Strawberry ; be dlllc llllet Every member is requested can
Growers have ever had to dispose of his entire crop of surplus berries at a to attend.

price that will enable him to continue picking as! long as his berries last. ------. --- :MIRACLE WHIP KRAFT'S

i t'' LAWTEY LOADING & SHIPPING COMPANY To Professor Address Dean Woman's Slagle Club I j SALAD DRESSING MAYONNAISEPints

4 The Woman's Club of Starke will j I

f. (BROKERS) hold its regular meeting Wednes Pints 24c
day afternoon :March 10, at three .. ._ 28c
\\tv :'.. -, J. L. HARRELI. :Manager thirty o'clock In the Woman' Club 8-oz.

t building.The 14c 8-oz 16c
Buying: for .John Dulaney & Sons department of civics of U u

i'r CANNED FOODS which Mrs. H. B. McLendon I Is a Better AGENT FOR Quality
chairman has charge of the program
1 Fruitland, Maryland : for the afternoon and offers TRUEMAN FERTILIZER CO.

)W,. Professor Dean Slagle of the Col '

1 t. y" lege Florida An of election as Law the at guest of the officers University speaker for the of i l 3-9-3 Per Ton $$21.7514-7-5 Ton $24.10

year 1937-38 will be held and an-

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Mrs A. Z. Adklns Mrs K. O Mrs A E. McKlnney Mrs P M nOOTSEY'S REACH I IT>OK FOLK 111NORTH \O'III Flll'1'ar ells rPI.u'rIO'" nklou4Y

Duncan and Mrs. E. L,. Biggs Barefoot Mrs L J i Green anddaughter. EAT I1GKI11F.M <-nnt. 11111 %... KU)
Mi, L P Keller :Miss Effie Crawford, Cor. Ntil'h. '.K I-J, MmtKIIY: I'.IVKN: : That I
Gainesville -
!spent Monday afternoon in Judy.
(Continued From Page One I l.Ibb't'1 hold i i' ,d'| TAX .' 'I'Uff-I '
Bits and son Leo. Jr spent Thursdayin : Mi and Mrs L. V Batten and Hit' ;\:". b7.! J iHMHit :tli" :Jlid., 1y ofInlv. {
of Jacksonville. Sunday now Horn that State although later .\ U I'lH.: hn> rilfiT mn" '' In
of Jacksonville
I family spent I' Louisiana's shipments will be lily' ffUa and him mini" Mlipllcntlonf
Mrs. B. P. Smith and Mr. C. W. I here with Mr. and Mrs. R. N. from .<,t ;it lax ili>f>il I ti: I ln:: :Isr'ne4 thernon.
and still later those
along 'Mad rrrt t li'fitH pinhinniM, the* foilnwrluv -
Morgan of Daytona Beach were Mrs \V. H. Struth Is Ute guestof Crawford and family. Arkansas Kentucky Indiana, Missouri ..h'M'rlbtl\ propvrty In the fotitity

lacal Nes guests Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. her daughter and con-ln-law, Mrs. R. N. Crawford was con I Virginia Tennessee and in of Bradford elate ..f KlnrldM. twit ? -

R. J. Davis Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwards. In fined to her bed last week and her Carolinas.But Kant 275 Feet ..r Noith, OIK- _ _
., Jacksonville since Tuesday. She' 'I half. i>f North went tjunilcr ...r
friends wish her a speedy recov
whatever' ute cause of it
I Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Benson and will return home today. Ill, a new experience in eating Is i Township It Mouth flange" 21ICitHt.
ery.A PROGRESS; OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN I family have recently moved Into -- ., large crowd from this section being provided from people who I ./ "'A...

II I the A. H. Green house on North Misses Beatrice and Lillian attended the funeral of Charlie live amid the roar of the elevated I -rlv The miller RHHWitnivnt the until i>r I tlie....'.lIfh.al"Htthl.. l i plop i ,la

Walnut St. Moseley Mary and Evelyn Town- Carter Sunday at Conner's Ceme- lines, and In many a dingy tene- sued WIIM In the IIHIIK1 nfl. .p">l
.1 send, Helen Prather and Madge ment. 110 ItI'nle"s
-j HUllI rtlfli-Ht- shall IH "
S. Crews was a recent Mrs. W. M. Wimberly and Mrs.H. I Miss Dorothy Sapp Is attending Whigham visited the Ravine Gardens tery.Mr, and Mrs. P. B. Johns, Mrs.DarUe'Y "Many are getting' their firstopportunity <\""""'d no'iinlliiK to law, thi* i irrly pt np p
ra A in Palatka Sunday. iluHcrlbvil thvrvln will I"Hti so lit
the Ball held to taste strawberriesin
the Uni-
Military by Johns of Woodlnwn section ,
Madison. L. Brownlee spent Tuesday In > I the highest blililKiat' the rimiihouMa
to in Jacksonville.Mrs. versity of Florida in Gainesvillethis and Mrs J. L. Gaskins of \Va- deep Winter" said an official door on I the first Monday In,
week-end. Mr. and Mrs. L. F Smith and teroak section visiting the of the Consumers Division, "and the month l of April 1H.17. which m
the nth dRY of April|
!fist Hope Haynes spent Thurs- children and their guests Mr. and bed-side. of Mrs. U. N. Crawford Deputy Commissioner Francis Cannon p"t..1 thin Jiil.. day of Mnn. ,.".
Millard Judd and Mrs. L. A.
n lacksonville.l Rennolds afternoonIn Mrs. A. W. Anderson has invited Mrs. W. D. Little of Peru, Ind. here Sunday. has helped them along. She 1987.OFFICIAL.( HRAI.)

spent Thursday the weekly meeting of the W. C. T. and Miss Mable Smith of Daytona Mr. and Mrs Clyde Starling of has been telling housewives all A. J. THOMAS

II l and Mrs. L. A. Davis spent Gainesville. U. which convenes on Friday afternoon Beach spent Sunday at Bok Tow- Lawtey spent the week-end here I, over the city that now Is their Clerk Uradford..I'lrruH I'ounly('nuiinf .b'lul' Ida.

May, In Jacksonville. at 3 o'clock. er. with her mother, Mrs. J. Roy chance to gel an out of season delicacy .II.lit-.2
Mrs. Huldah Corpening of Jack- not usually available." --
letC A Knight and Mrs. E. J. sonville spent the week-end here -- Quinn. "These Bound to create the church into,
things are she flees from light
Miss White
Mrs. J. Rogers, of Macon, Ga Dorothy who has J. Uoy Quinn was confined to his
In Jackson-
wring. spent Monday with relatives. is the house guest of her daughter : been employed In Daytona BeachIn bed this week and his friends wish I a new taste among many rteo- I trouble. Gable plays the foreign 1correspondent

I... and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. T. I the office of the PeninsularLife him a speedy recovery pie. Of course, the more the demand of a New York

Mrs. A. F. Sauls spent Wednes- Frank Landrum. Insurance Company returned -.. -- -._. _.- _--- -- -. 1 the more production will rise newspaper who bumps into 1..e biggest -

II'i and Mrs. H. C. Wall spent day and Thursday in Jacksonville : here Saturday and Is now stenographer t:. L. nlnlJU DIKS 1 and at least from the consumer's scoop'( In headline/ history

e day In Tallahassee on busi- visiting friends.G. In the Florida Bank at I viewpoint that's a good thing all I Tone is emit as Gable's rival who
Miss Rosalind Jacobs had as her A wide circle iif Starke anllHratlfol..1 (
i Starke. around." chases the two lovers In a mad
guests Sunday Miss Sylvia Sablow County friends of 1L.. I
L. Patten of Tallahassee was I -- The regular strawberry season dash over the map of Kurope: ( Also
M. Rosenberg, and Jack Williams, ( Pete I Richard native of Bradford I ,
.peed Harvey of Plant City the week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs.T. I all of Jacksonville. I Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Little of County, will mourn his death dnctin t start here until May and in prominent In the cast are Reginald

cot the weekend here with Frank Landrum. Peru Ind., are guests of their son- last Tuesday at Spurtanburg, S. C.MI' that month receipt of recent Owen and Mona Uarrir an i
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lends in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. I years have run well above 100 carloads ,idcep-dyeil i villains who h,'"'" aHJV
Miss Mamie Anderson, of Archer Richard district manager of
Miss Rosa Baisden of Jacksonville \ L F. Smith. Miss Mable Smith of | sometimes\ around 140O i ring
is at the home of her the DeSoto Corporation, with hoadquaiters I
a guest j
1C L Stockwell of Eustis spent I I was the guest Sunday of Mr. brother and sister-in-law Mr. and I Daytona Beach. Is also a guest of In Charlotte, N. C., was Annually the city IK. a marketfor ', I'ueadatand) VVVilnrmtnvunnri
\tral days here this week with and Mrs. R. C. Buford. to the extent of from
her brother' and growers ,
Mrs. Sam Anderson. sistei-ln-law born here June 13: 1894. Prior to | Takf All. u murder aiy"ti i\ film.
family and 200 to 3000( cut loads, depending on
Mrs. L. F. Smith. his death after Mix month as R Is playing at the Rttz
-- ---,. Miss Lois Long of Jacksonville price and .supply clicumstancus\ as I _
Miss Kate Struth several North Carolina resident Mr. Richard -
|Mi and Mrs. W. B. Alexander was the week-end guest of her spent Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg and well UM, In general the ability days last week with her sister and had been a resident of Jacksonville I ,
d Miss Wilma Alexander were mother, Mrs. F. H. Long. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall attended for i the housewife to buy. Gdf7 ICi. ,frLI
brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. L. thirty
of Mr. andrs
Del guests Sunday the Shrine dance in Jacksonville -
M. DeSha In Wildwood.Mr. -.- --- I "COMEDY"LOVK
rs L B Alexander in Waldo. Mrs. D. P. Carpenter and Mrs.T. Saturday night. While there Mr. I

T. Long spent Saturday In Jack- and Mrs. Sternberg were guests of Strikes And Floods ON THE RUN"VITll
and Mrs. S. T. Dell, Miss Ol-
sonville visiting relatives.Mr. Mr. and Mis. Glen and
lie Dell and Miss Betty Thomas of Searing Show Bad EffectsOn FAMOUS PAIR NOW
Mr. and Mrs. Wall wore guests of SHOWING-
Gainesville were visiting friends! U. S. Business
and Mrs. L. A. Rennolds
and relatives here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Walnwrlght.Mrs. Coming to the lUtz: Theatre Sunday
I ,
pent Sunday in Alachua visitingMrs. sod Monday Is the new M <(< ;
A. M. Pettit and A. E. Wall left Wednesday SALE ,
family. Recently the business Indicatorshnve l
11\1. ,
On The Run"
hit "Love starling $ ,
Mis. O L. Beasley and Mrs. J.
for Columbia, S. C. to attend the shown the effects of two adverse -
W. Kincaid spent the week-end in I Clark Gable, Joan Crawford anti 1 A
Mr. and Mrs. Lee McDonald of National Music Conference. She Influences .strikes and
Tampa as guests of their parents, Francliot Tone.
) Jacksonville were guests Sundayof was accompanied by Miss ('levaCarson floods. Both caused shop reductions I The spirited l. ultra-modern. r .imj I March 17, 18, It). 2Olll
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden.Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson. of the P. 1<. Yonge Labora- in consumer purchasing power 'j oily melodrama prevents. MissCrawford > '('HKI.I.'S Itltl'U STOKK.

SALEMarch tory School In Gainesville. Mrs. and both were felt throughoutthe
and Mrs. R. G. Kldd and son, as an Anirrinin" heiress .
and daughter. Frances returned to \Vall and 1\IIM" Carson expect to return entire Industrial structure _
Richard, Jr., spent Sunday In Haw : I who leaves a pompous nobleman .it STORE
their home In Tallahassee Monday, to I their respective! homes DRUG
thorne with Mr. 1 17, 18. 19, 2OMITCHELL'S after a visit here with lelativea. Sunday \ ,
Coast maritime work..rs.IlIn.1 ,
Mrs. W. C. Helmlntoller. __ u___ "
DKl'O STORKStudio THERESSA automobile workers. These i i .
Mr and Mrs. O. P. Likens and I
The Rev. and Mrs. B. M. :Mont- strikes have been at least temporarily -
t l a e son, Orien of Atlantic Beach were gomery and Mrs. Frances Sweat Mis. !Until ZI'II..r,; Correspondent settled. Went roast shipping, 'i i

guests Sunday of Mrs. J. L. Frazee. Guilford spent Sunday afternoon at tied up practically 100 per cent for | 1 rJ
Rev. J. N. Huyman of
the Ravine Gardens In Paaltku. Orange mure than ninety days. Is resuming t
Mrs. J. Frank Carpenter and lit- Heights delivered interesting sermons normal proportions. General Motors -

..tr.aa.... .,r tle Joan Carpenter of Jacksonvillewere Mrs. D. C. Forehand of Albany at the Hope Baptist Church plants are again operatingBut .

lit"-tj. I' "1 visiting relatives here Thurs- Ga.. was the guest of her sister here last Saturday night and Sun the labor outlook Is still mix- 9
1\- .::::::.;," day and Friday. Little Miss Carpenter j
[; ,.r:J;; -. I"rl I\\ and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. { day.Mr. ed., p ph5
:: ;;.!>"\ 1 I .;.. appeared on the programat and Mrs Jessie Newsom of (
D. P. last week. is !
Carpenter I It regarded as Inevitable that
the Victory Dinner Thursday Starke attended church here Sun- t
'more strikes will be called this (
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night. I Dr. and Mrs C. C. Mendoza and day.Willis spring and full Objectives of two rJ
Swindell is in Jacksonville I
: Miss Gloria Johns, of Jacksonville, of these strikes will he the coal

STRAWBERRYCUPS 1 were week-end guests of Mr. and visiting relatives. i and steel industries/ which employ
Uprightsand Mrs. T. J. Griffis and Mrs. Carrie' Mrs. Hulda Lee and children I I about 800,000 men. At the present I <;KOUKUS: who UM IUKAL' .rUII/.prll lire under

& CRATESWholesale i Ritch.I were visiting her parents Mr. and time, the soft coal mines are it lurUy .sign( lint the gmtd l<"'k hllt aKvuya rottie toll
Grand PianosALSO I Mrs. P. B Prevatt here Sunday. i op- >K.\ij; users' In nut liaised nil rhitmw tint nil the strict

Prices on the 36 pint I Rev. Elbert Bowers of Starke I! prating under a labor agreementeffected I niiTlt of |x'rr
variety of Strawberry Cups and | Miss Marjorie Stump, a student filled hilt regular appointment at between the operators and Hlfd and m-liMitlflrnluly. Idcudrtl l by u c'olnl.llny| that y

GUARANTEED USED Tratea are an follows: at the Florida State College for the Theressu Christian Church |Ithe United Mine Workers This I has IM-CII milking; fine fertilizers" for 41 year,
PIANOS Cup In 500 Cardboard Packages j Women spent the week-end with agreement expires on the last day In the Stark mid l.nnley section jou'll Ix sure 1'

A Price for every Pocketbook @ _-_h__. _-_____$3.50 i I her parents Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Sunday night. of March, and it Is widely forecasts of letter results l>y iiHlnjr. IIIKAI': brands for
Jimmie Swindell {
and W. W.
Crate complete with dividers Stump.Mr. that at that time the union will' j.

LILLIAN'S @ --_ ._____16o each I Packham were visiting friends and make demands the'! operators will STRAWBERRIES

All less She dealers discount and Mrs. F. H. Flume Miss relatives In Jacksonville Sunday. I S,; refuse to meet, and a strike will |

MUSIC STOREOpp. and a 2% cash discount.J. I Clara Flume, and Mr. and Mrs. F. Mrs S. W. Griffith and son Donald ': follow. So far us steel Is concerned 'I TRUCK CROPS I Ie j;

Florida Theatre S. Smith visited the Ravine Gardens have returned to their homein
L. HARRELL i > I I It has been the avowed Int..nIUon FIELD CROPS
GAINESVILLE Miami, after visiting her parents
in Palatka and St. 1
II Augustine of John L Lewis to force I he
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan.
I Sunday closed shop on the Industry and It \ -.
Mrs. M. Hall and daughter and I(
NAT SEZ : I I Is said that he has his plans all .
Mrs. J. D. Dickinson and children ;
Messrs. Billy Graham James ready for what mny prove to be the '. -;: if /J t.
Moms li/.y: men ran think up the Dennis. Edwin Torode Elm I o were visiting Mrs. Hall's daughter I greatest tsrike In recent history. I II .; ; .
Mrs. E. F. Harris In Waldo ..
Struth and Robert Green '
were .
cutest things. The latest out Is the '
As the U. S. News recently I =
sit down pleasure bent In JacksonvilleThursday. :
striker. It's taking the
Miss Hazel Phillips was visiting I pointed out, "Modern Industry Is I u.u.J.FcP'L1IIM"ICS -
I. country by storm. The po nibllltle
relatives In Starko Sunday afternorn. now integrated and inter-related
i are great, or are they I was Just that the troubles of any one part I
'" Mr. and Mrs. George C. White
/( thlnkln' I soon reflect themselves \\ & TOOMKKFKKTIIJ.F.IC ':
a Suppose a man wantedto Miss Leila Dea Andrews of Ocala Mrs Ovlda Bundy and small throughout e'

get out some night and wlfey was the week-end guest of her sister daughter, Eva:: Gladys, are visiting | the whole. Strike effects take on I : t'OMI'ANV c'
J.\< KSO.N\ ll.l.r.f. :, 1''IARII.A ,
I national Importance. In other
Maid nothln' doln". He could just and brother-in-law, Mr. and relatives in Florahome and Palat-
I I | words,, when a strike hits a big : as 'I
Mrs. H. C. Brown. ka.Mr. WALLACE., Dlnlrlct Kep. f
on a sit down otrlke. Can d e
you and Mrs. O. J. Phillips and i Industry, such as motors Its damp- ,! O e MIU, Florida ,

Imagine what would happen? I Mrs. L. H. Hill, Mrs. Hal Ed- children and Miss Debbie Phillipsof { enlng effects on trade arefelt Immediately I

run. He'd sit there until he got wards and Mrs. Effie Miner, of Lawtey and Mrs. Alice Jones' throughout many other l I .'('1.1. S'fO'KSlUUfU: IIV: !

hungry and then he'd have to get Lawtey were here Wednesday attending and Mrs. Mattie Hightower of MI-'I big Industries steel, rubber, 011,1 i CARL JOINS HUirke, "'1...

the monthly meeting of ami were the guests of D. J. Phil- textiles transport. Car dealers ,i ,1. H. NORMAN, |., "tny, ."a.O. .

up. the U. D. C. lips Sunday. run out of stock, and must dlsI W. ROBERTS, iMWiry, FIll ,. IJLro'i

I Earl Dickinson and Jimmie Swin'. I charge salesman In a thousand i
The Beat NEW --------------
I Mr. and Mrs. C L. Stockwelland dell were In Orange Heights Satur- I communities purchasing power de-

Fitting PRINTED SILKDRESSES $n c 95NEW family left today ( Friday) for day afternoon attending to business !, clines Is felt by groceries drugI

UJ. Eustis where they will make their I stores, movies theatres, every coin-

Garments home Mr Stockwell has accepted Miss Muriel Hall of Starke W89visiting I mercial activity. Cumulative losses -

a position as cashier in the Eus- Miss Elsie Bell Geiger, I' run up into the billions. These SPRINGTIME IS PAINT TIME
You have
1 PRINTED WA.JDRESSES tis State Bank.CENT Friday. Ideapread Influences of a general

r Ever Worn $198 I Mr and, Mrs. A. A. Youngbloodof strike are regarded by some labor I

Waldo were visiting his brother lenders as an !unset they feel that

Made Byylmisinrtenr I [ A / C. A. Youngblood here Mon public opinion. Impressed by the I

-NE\\- WORD day. I brake put on normal prosperity,

I P1UNTEDVA.H. 00 Friends of Miss Ma! Hagan will I will throw Its weight to their side I SPECIAL

a DRESSES $1. I COLUMN be glad to learn she li recovering j to force a settlement with employ '

Try' a Pair from an attack of Influenza. I erl!. Yet the automobile strike settlement i iI
FOR SALE- Pepper tomato and
\0.1 Be Mr. and Mrs. John Jordan and gave labor heads a great
f egg plants See E. R. Bowers at deal less than BARGAINS
-NEW- children of Putnam Hall were vis- they fur. Is
CHILDREN'SDRESSES d Canova Pharmacy. tf iting her parents. Mr and Mrs. S. I regarded by A. F. of L. President ,

98cASK FOR RENT- : Five room cottage- R. Swindell here Sunday. Green ah a setback for the work- :

r 49c and furnished or unfurnished. J. W. .. Ingman. I I

+ Morgan. tf SUNNY BROOK FARM The Influences of a natural dis- ANDPIERCE'S r

VOt'K NEIGHBOR aster, such as the Ohio river floods
75c Mrs. O. E. Crosby, CorrespondentMr. ,
111 About the wearing Quality of I WILL PAY CASH-for used piano are of course similar Factoriesand I

ML'NSING\\ *. Write Lillian's Music and Mra J R. Kelly and stores close, people must leave
IfOSIEItYHATS. i Store, 342 W. University Ave.. baby have returned to their home I their homes Their purchasing QUALITY
le 00 Gainesville, Fla. tf here after spending a week in ;i power Is almost entirely stopped.

._ $ 2 GRADES79c 1 FOR SALE-One million Mission- Lake Butler, where Mr Kelly was First and most drastic effects, as
employed as Deputy Clerk in the I a result, are felt by the retail trade
and ary strawberry plants, $1.23 per office of C. B. Hayes. Industries. During and following I
\ 1.000 at field. M. Rhoden, Starke.
The Very Bent Mr. and Mra. E S Brown and I the recent floods, the large mall-

For the Money $1.00/1( l22tp daughter Miss Mildred of Sampson -I j order houses reported serious drops

SHIRTS $1.00 I FOR SALE Sea Island cotton City, spent the day with Mrs.H. | in orders.. However retail trade 114 f ,

seed at $2.00 per bushel. A. J. Brown, here Sunday. I for the country as a whole Is managing -

Stowers Walda, Fla., Box 91. The Rev. C. A. Crosby of Brooker I to stay ahead of the levels of

Heavy Grade 3- ,.J2.193tpFOR spent the nlth with his mother 1936. And It Is of course certain I

WORK 75c Mrs. A. S. Crosby, Saturday night. I that there will be an Impetus to I II chR119ti ,R

SHIRTS RENT S room house, furnished Mr. and Mrs C. C. Crosby< and I construction In the afflicted: areas'I' L. O

,- or unfurnished with five children were visiting her parents, after the waters! recede and the I

4 ... acres of cultivatable land. Apply Mr. and Mrs John Kelly in Lake I extent of the damage has been de.I I'

While They Last B. F. Hall Starke Fla. Itp Butler Saturday afternoon.Mr. termined.

OVERALLS.c."BELL CORD" oo ..-....
tomato plants and World Beater Bridge spent Saturday nlgbt with flucnces ban been a recession In the
his sister and brother-in-law I standard business
pepper plants. See Bill Long, Mr indexes la'ely ,

IT PAYS TO BUY ATSTERNBERG'S 403 M Walnut St. Starke Itp and Mrs. C. C. Crosby here. I Vet the general tide of mduitry.has STARKE, FLORIDA PHONE :3
t i Mr and Mra .J F R Kelly: and continued forward If adjustment j

FOR SALE- Best quality seeds of Miss Dorothy Sapp of St.irke were is made for catastrophes and

all varieties. Prices right. Stiwaoaee 1(I visitors in Lake BuU" Monday II seasonal influences Item of interett I;

: Store. tf night. follow |

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I I'' rural resident\ In proportion to HAMPTON -.......- i(I the the 5th month dnof, 'II' API API Ii i ii ,

population Ml.. *.. rfl..o. Cerre....*e.t t lfl.Dated. 1III.this nth '"

1 I Infant mortality. H'W.yS' has. been I OFFICIAL SEAM,
JGE Mrs. J. P Sullivan visited her .
A. J THO-M: \ .
too high There hRR been appall-
anna. Cleveland and A L Sullivan LIVE STATE NEWS Clerk of (" i
FARMERS SECTION ing and often needle waste of I Rradforcl t.
of Theressa this week. 2-1R-5I-3-18
r life Troubles which sap vitalityof

the infant and it from Mr. and Mrs. Homestead of
prevent vorion
Conducted by Demonstration Agents maturing: into a virile healthy manor Michigan arrived here this week. I News of Florida in Short Paragraphs FOHT4X OS'i I>H::11 ,","'"

r. I |I woman have been too common. They have apartments In the Van- I NOTICE'mute itt : ''lb'I' :..

; ii Conditions In rural areas are alstine residence and will spendthe I )Valhan StArllna-, h.h',! ,.

_______ ___.. ___________. winter here. I III I Tax Certificate No. 2', ,
remainder of the
-- .n _
www a--- -.I I being Improved. however. Some "' -a fith day of AugruKt \ i ,
counties employ county health physicians W. M. Dirt and mother were / filed same In my oft ", ..

',! I I and nurses who work with shopping In Jacksonville. last Mon, \BY'S BODY FOt'NU MAY OPERATE \\RCFJACKSONVILLE : I :l be made Issued application\thereon.fm "d' I ,! '

Hints To Housewives I II I RURAL I school children and parents for the day.Rev. I MIAMIThe body of an unidentified -I -.The FloridaState .embrace the folk.," u"i',.i ; ,',

Iu 1 i 1 Improvement of health conditions Southerns of Stetson University -! bellved to be be- property In the Count\. ""I i ,, "
COMMONSENSE baby boy Chamber of Commerce may State nf Florida, tn.\, i II, 1
: ". from Home Demonstration I | Particular attention is given to the preached at the Baptist tween 2 and 12 weeks old, was toot Thirty-one (SI] ) .-,
t.ekIy health of school children but often Church last Sunday morning. I Miami River recentlyby I ask the legislature to allow It to TownMilp S\ South. i
found in the Rant,
I .
containing ,
Spwiid&" ..,.., TaJIa-hsu. e BT: !SPUDS' JOHNSON! ; 10 i
.' Masters Charles and Parker I I.* ..
I I not enough notice Is paid to the Ray a passenger aboard a sightseeing I operate state-owned Radio Station The** ,

{ I I I pre-school child. of Florahome were the guestsof boat. WRUF at the University of Flor- rtv under assessment the. sail of. 1 in" ,.' i I.i

Icot i" "SHOUT' HINTS HE.\LTII CONDITIONS IN Home demonstration club! womenin Walton and Thomas Wadsworth .- ida at Gainesville. M. M. Parrish mied was In the nan,.". r:

I'B RE'Jt.i. AREAS IMPROVED this week.H. Jacksonville made Ham by.
Home counties are organizing"well I PLl'XGES TO IE yesterday UnloKH. said certlflcal. ,
( ;: The most Important aerrets of BIT SHOI'LD BI3 BETTER baby" clinics. The county V. Saxon was transacting FORT LAUDERDALE -- E. C. this recommendation to the Cham- d..m..d according to !luurty *' ,-.

1 MicccHS In deep-fat frying are: Using business in Jacksonville this week. < described th*>"r,,ln will ,!'
\ ___ -L' /, health physician. nurses. home Mima, 32-year-old Deerfield farmer ber directors at their St. Augus- the hla-hent bidder at ,. "!L'
\: the right kind of fat; heating "A sweet, new bloHBom of hu demonstration agent and mothers There will be preaching at the fell to his death from the eighth tine meeting. Chamber President house door on the flrMt. t th ,i,,,,',"r-

$ErI'EsII the fat to the right temperatureand manity, fresh fallen from God'sown p Methodist Church next Sunday Harold Colee of Jacksonville Is the month of April, Inc' ,. ', '
assist in holding these clinics end floor of the Sweet Building here. expected the Sib day of '
\ April, 1 ri'-:
l i It just hot enough dur- home, to flower on earth
endeavoring to keep the tiny tots morning and evening. Peace Justice H. C. Calder said to name a commltee to investigate Dated thin 11th dAY .1 I
: the food Thus did characterize 1917
ing the frying; preparing Massey a L .
i In the best of health and growing "suicide was Indicated." the proposal. Parrish'splan OFFICIAL SEAL)
before .
'' properly frying especially baby.In merrily. ZIFF Is for the state to finance the A. J THOM\S
What t it somewhat entirely too canes how, clerk of Clr,'
iit drying many In this It Is / to curb Ml. 11. :Mae I.rrl Corre*.o*JB. WEEKLY JOINS lP station as at present but for the "f Bradford .d mi!
[Inc, or ever, III health prevents the youngsters I way possible m"M i
>" I troubles in their I MELBOURNEThe Melbourne Chamber of Commerce to direct its 2-12-5t-3-l
anyway many incipiency. wer-o;;:
; The tafsi' way to prevent creamof from ever "flowering on Services ucted at Little ,
money'lil. :1 curl!,." Disease and death take I If allowed to go uncorrected for a Rock Church and Times a weekly newspaper, be- operation. :\OI-ICK OF- 4I'PLiiii,,. -
: tomato soup from curdling is Saturday Sundayby came a member of the Asoclated ...-- FOR T':X IIKKt.
Thereg ? to thicken the tomato Juice and their toll and this toll Is far too few months or years they might the Rev. W. M. Moody, of La- HEADS MILK BOARD |making K high Formerly rural areas were mean permanent Injury to the Press today and began receivingthe NOTICE IS HEHEBY 01\; J'\ :
add it to the cold milk. Soda should Crosse. for n I. W Hall, holder of I
The prlrV' f not be used to neutralize the acid considered us being the cradle of child. Corrected before they gain Mrs. Cora Stokes and daughters association's news report TALLAHASSEE Mrs. J. D. No 477 l 1.IIII..d the 3rd Tax dn-<> ', ,,..
"dA 1 r foothold do little Its regular weekly editions. R. II. nut, A, D leSt, has.
| however they fll.il ,
JriK manhood and Alderman Jacksonville-Governor
; m the tomato juice as It tends to sturdy womanhood returned to their home In Klsslm- nil office and has ,
(product! destroy the vitamin content of the nnd the country was thought to be I' damage. The "well babies" are mee Friday after spending two I Berg is editor. Cone's first woman appointeeIsnew for a tax deed to be ntad IHHIIM l" *:u J'P'!'i.',

i.lble, tot: tomatons more healthful place to live than I, given an opportunity to "flower"Into weeks here with her parents, Mr. chairman of the State Milk Hald. certificate embraces th, ,
* log described .
"jJyto1uieafl <,, i the city. With excellent sanitary young manhood and young and Mrs. J. W. Padgett. i SLAYS FATHERINLAWMARIANNA I Control Board. The governor an- tjf of Bradford propel, Stole ty of'in Fi I 1)1,,', ,
n|\. '. and medical services however the womanhood unhampered by physical Miss Rhoda Thomas, of Jacksonville Sheriff Walter nounced her selection/ for the $3- witCant: .
r-' allow 3 Half .t Nnrthw.-t. .
a gno't Wattord he
m.'rtnge ailments Saturday jailed a man .
: 1 t and defects.
more coy cities have gained on the country is visiting her mother Mrs. 600 a year office to succeed J. H. tr of Section' 26 "
better i,. I] fft> "vhitu-t! to u pie find 2 level tablespoons until now there is less sickness and Rural people too are realizingthe J. B Thomas.Mr. named as Jim Hart on a charge of Therrell Ocala who resigned this South Ilange 23 Emit TOUMMIM, .,;',':,' '
/ of to each his 71 old fatherinlaw Ing; HO Acres, I1Inl'1' I I.
( and ma\ sugar egg killing year "
death among urban than Importance of having health week to become of The .
among a and Mrs. R. B Thomas and superintendent assessment of thi sin.l i ,,
Uo mak4 white (J. few grains of salt and a Jim Meredith. The sheriff under :" 1'
(Ii' examination of even I he adults daughter, Miss Hazel. Mrs. J. B. the State Hospital at Chattahoo- erty the said I'pit in. II.t .
| few dr< ps of vanilla Beat, the said the killing ended an argument Ruedo... In tha name "r .'
xnore enr; firm so it will stand up after the made at least once a year. They Thomas and L. R Lewis spent last chee. "I'm going to be fair to everybody Don levUnlexn. '
whites until they are stiff but not between the two last .
a men night at said .
TooD I' meringue has cooled. are finding that In this way it Is Sunday in LaCrosse with Mr. and the consumer and the certificate.ill i I. "
dry, adding the sugar when they their home sixteen miles north of deemed according* to law, I th, r .
[ I"
the mat look possible/ to save themselves need- Mrs. D. Starling. producer, insofar as I am able to erty described lIpr..lnViII i. ,',
ftoo llttl, /glossy! Continue bunting until I Marianna. Hart was quoted by to the hishent. bidder J
less do and at th. ,
suffering physical I don't think
Sheets Ironed from debility so either side "Ulf.
the whites are stiff enough to selvage to Arch Mann recently visited Watford as saying he stabbed his hi>u"e door on the first :Mi.,i ,1 1,1
I to the f stand In peaks Spread the selvage have increased in width as loss of time from work, and expense friends In Jacksonville. I would want anything else" Mrs. the month of April, 1!517. I.. I, ".
meringue father-in-law In self
\culture | over the of the much as 3 to 4 percent. At the of medical treatment in ----- defense. Alderman___l numn_ _eta_._14_. _Qttd_,. _la_ _a .....1.1...._......... the Dated 6th day this. of April 1 lit: ,
top pie filling .. llth day "t IT. II "
f many e4''' i same time the many cases. I the mother of three chil I:ii.
Jconclustfarm to the edge of the ciust Bake 19 length decreased RISING BEST IN 16 '1'EAltS- grown (OFFICIAL SEAL
| *4., to 20 minutes in a very moderateoven I from 7 to 8 per cent partly because Health is i a gem to which we I Ml* Edna Leu-Is, Correspondent MIAMI-The Chamber of Com- dren. A. J. THOMAS: .
should/ hold fast --.- Clerk of (
((325$ Deg ) until delicately of these at all times. -- Circuit "u
shrinkage. If
farm ozquntit4 sheets '' meice reported 365 carloads of VACANCIES IN NAVYANNOUNCED of Bradford ('oun.". r'
brown The moderati. heat allows had been Ironed This community was saddened to 2-12-51-3-12

|,. .: ," the protein of the >gg whites to their length they repeatedly would not along C'OUNTY AGENTS PLAX hear the death of Mr. Charley Carter fruit and vegetables left South BY SMALL: -
We cana have Dade County by rail within four :\0'1'I'r;) OF APPMTVIIO-
who( : i. cook through slowly and become become so shorts 1)f'r.\I1: OK 1937 FAR3IONt'.ERV.tTION I : Saturday. His many friends of FOIl TV: II.Henaj : .
tory .
I (' 8. T-t'I' i, this section sympathize with his I days of last week a sixteen year Forty vacancies for service In <* <. Bill No 1H3:

profltarTber ;..f. family. record. Shipments Wednesday the U. S. Marines will be filled NOTICE IS HEKCBY GU I.:\

"f GAINESVILLE -- Three group Elder and Mrs. VV. K Hall of mostly potatoes and tomatoes totaled from this district during March It I (I.Vrllflcate A. .& Stella No Johns 4J5. IKMH-I hold!., n.I ,, ;1.I 1.\\I

fvolvedculture 1'H meetings of county agents were Green Cove Springs were recently I 116 railway carloads. P. L. Is announced by Captain A. C. Uy. of August A. D. 1931 hi I
t a A held early this week at which details Caddis district superintendent for Small District Recruiting Officer Celtic plication( my office and.. ha,. If'' ,01 i ', '
i visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis. for a tax d ed t" i I.> I
trol of of operation of the 1937 agricultural Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Crosby and the Florida East Coast railway, estimated with Headquarters at Savannah the tliereon Said certificate i ,i i "
iruch a* I 5000 carloads would move Ga. following described pi<>-"
conservation program children Melva Dorothy, and Neal I the County of Bradford, "I i f

sect pee.!to I were explained and. plans made for and Miss Irlne Lewis all were visIting this season. Young men in this vicinity desiring Florida Northeast to-wit:
of ,
0 taking 'work sheets from farmers at Theressa Sunday. --- I Information Quarter. Section 20 TOWIf-I r ,
II concerning enlistment -
: : \I who are ready to sign. Shortly Jessie Goodman BODY FOUNDBRADKNTON In South, Manure 22 ),;....t. < <.">. ,
\ and Ovid Thomas the ranks of the "Sea I Ing* 40 Acre, .
I after :" -Steve Rosier 32 more or lem*
\\R[ the county agents return to were visiting in Lake City Sun- I Soldiers" may write to the Marine The assessment of the Hnlil ,
their counties meeting of farmers day afternoon.Mr. was found dead in a ditch at near- Corps Recruiting Station at Savannah erty under the said certlfltat.w .. I
the .
name of W H RI")
I;, will be held for electing community and Mrs. Wilton Conner by Manatee his body pierced by a Application blanks will be L'nleKR Maid certificate nh.i'1' "
Com' : A commit ecmen and I rusted Iron wricn served as an an- deemed according" to law. th*
getting the sent
II Fg\ g .,; h spent Saturday afternoon with chor for a line on request. Captain Small eitv denrrlbed therein will I I.. I I
work under way. power guy to the
W. Conner at Starke. R.1 stated. hIghest bidder at Itt
,[1 H, G Dayton chairman of the Miss Officers who investigated said he house door on the first Mimli-. ,
,11 Tompson of ,
1L the month
: i State apparently fell into the ditch at to"I 1937, ott i
;=:i / : \ }f't : Agricultural Conservation Ga., recently visited Miss Edna EMPLOYMENT: : DOUBLES tht5th ilav ; 1937:
/1 t .,'! I Committee conducted. the group Lewis. night while walking along a high- Mated this llth., day ,.of 10'1 I,, .
:1"1\ s 4 DURING PAST 1117
.' gatherings of way. There was evidence he had
tfJ agents and explained Mrs. Paul Underhill and children OFFICIAL SEAL)
,. .. the: program operation in detail. struggled furiously after being impaled A. .1. THOMAS
I _ _ spent Saturday with her parents, Placements of unemployed clerk of Circuit Conn,
:,d,1 ; 1 hie Instructed them to proceed with Mr. and Mrs. Raiford Alvarez at officers said. He had not sons in private Industry per- of Bradford County, FI), i d
freed during
: himself. 2-12-51-3-12
." the program as soon as possible Pine Level. .
"f: January were not more than double/ --
: a
\:1 returning to their .
counties. \OflK
-- -- the PPI.ICVTIO
'(" ) \: E1i'a The meetings T.\O EMPLOYEES: RELEASED number made In January of FOR T4X IKIl4Nrnate >
were held
'."1'Ig I Mari- last
GRAHAM year according to a statement Hill >o. 1O.O
nna on Monday, March TALLAHASSEE-Payroll slash-
1\\ 1, Gainesville Mr. I.. c. Sm1b. CorrespondentMr. received here yesterday from J. C. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, I I ,
I Ing tactics under Gov. Fred P. Jj.
; on Wednesday and A. & Stella Johns ,
:,' : ? Lakelandon holder 0'>i T i\

Lii .,,,:):'';') U ; feW MCCAIX Thursday :March 4. and Mrs. Bill Hines of Long- Cone's economy program continuedas State Emerson Employment Director Service.of the Florida :day Certificate'of All-run.No. A.428 t,). l 1931 Bued, ha th-* til;:nl':'I:I

'. i't As soon as all community committeemen wood were called to the bedside of nine motor vehicle commission same In my office and has mad. ";

; '. Story B have been chosen, three the former's brother Son Hines employees were given dismissal no- Emerson stated that 3292 unem- eii plication thereon.for Said a tax certificate deed to embi be ,','',"_

; ES country committeemen will 'be last week. tices, effective March 1, by Thomas ployed Floridians had received the following descrIbed propel" 3 I' 1

'! v FARM elected from their number. The Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Strickland W. Long tag commissioner. Forty- jobs through his organization this the Florida County, to-wit of Bradford, Stn', '
: :
: county body will set its budget for and children of Ocala were visitIng two vehicle commission employes past January, an increase of more Northwext Quarter of South .i"i

relatives Sunday. have been dismissed since Cone than Iflfl npr cent over 1anna-u t\t Quarter V.. 2 A..,.... In "n,"1

1 Mr. and Mrs. I. -W. Dyal 'Were started payroll cutting. Approximately last year-when only-- 1126e;; hip wept. 7 COrne.S South. Range rti'; 20 22 Too Cucontalnlnij -;i''. (

I i ;. DRINKAT visiting Mrs. Dyal's parents Mr. 115 employees are left in placed. This Improvement, he said, le.B. 38 Acres, more < 1

i I .f. .- a I and Mrs. John Lewis of Ziff Sun- the department. was brought about by better business -1 The anaeiiiiiviii.. of the said. pop i"

day.Mrs. conditions and by the intensive ty. under the said certificate !10')"' ,I
; 6 .: w In the name of W. L. Bute
/, Jo Gertie Rhodes of Lake EYES MOTOR PROBLEMS: hunting efforts of the Dnleiia raid certificate
shall be "
-/lim n
c 'I' '4,' ;' r-4 Wales arrived Sunday for a visit SANFORD Two members of State Employmen/ Service. deemed according to .law, the fJ"\\.

1 .I caM ;:: with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. the state railroad commission and In explanation of to erty deMcrlbed therein will be t'.i.w the
'::::; work be- bidder at the foui.
'III _
.: II' I ; -- 2 'i". C ? __ ':t M, Johnson.the seven inspectors met here to discuss ing done by the Florida State Employment house door on the first Mondas ''
.. j <,;, ;. ;;; -- a lii ;_.;:: LUNCH motor the month of April 1937. whi''li -
\ ; kr v,. RECESS transportation prob- Service, Emerson stated the 5th., day of April 1937.
"II '\( .6 f -- year's operations. Taking r>at..d .
,. Pa lems confronting Florida. O. L. that it operated a system of free this llth day of Febt u t S.
11 A, II .:t '-2 p, AFTER SCHOOL work sheets or detailed Information 1937.
I'' ; ___ i1' ;: &i- from farmers Pattne, secretary, said the first public employment offices for the (OFFICIAL SEAL)
} tW 1 'ft. 15011 who have signi subject taken up was taxi cabs that mutual benefit of employers and A .1. THOMAS
: t tfl. r__ STARKE COCA-COLA fied their intention of cooperating are licensed to operate within job-seekers. Clerk of Circuit Court
: ; i 4th.ft. In the 1937 workers 3ofjJlrHd'or'1 County Flolld.I)
i t, program Is getting underway corporate limits of a city but over- he said, register at the 2-12-
:: :: ; e% ___-1_ 'ft. Q ---1_ pp. BOTTLING CO. in the counties.Beware step their privilege and move out- offices where they are interviewed "o'rr..J OP MANTKR-fl SALE':

.' ';,> 01gst __-.2 aide municipal limits without a and classified according to their VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl)' ,i
fl. \ Pa., under
.1! *tr t Coughsfrom state permit. Commissioners attending training and experience. When to that and certain by virtue final of decree and pur of nut.tot,', t'

were Jerry W. Carter Tallahassee !- employers need workers, they call closure and order of sale dated F-1 I
and W. B Douglas, Lake the nearest State rimry 17th.; 1937, made and ent >" I
..1tJ r: 4' fsorTtfi colds employment of by the Honorable A. Z, Adkln. I
City flee which attempts to of the Jtidcre*. of the i 1
1 i orrn ,,0. I supply the Juillclal, Circuit Kl.li :
I'i" Y.l AU *.... ItO. best qualified worker available. Chancery) In a certain of Florida. '
;1 1"f nl N.w.pop.r, i roe oalr Till. "'._por. I Tir" 7oIO.v AU F."r That Hang OnNo I GET MORE THAN TEACHERS Emerson emphasized the fact that log In Bradford County cause In p. .

'! 2; :) 6 ys&s B }$ 10 ))4.qaiin... } C..I coo..ld. JACKSONVILLEJacksonville the State Employment Service Chancery ElHChth Judicial, Circuit of Florida
3 I was wherein
2. A ..
matter how
: ; bomOr.uporras $240 .tI. I. many medicines school LOAN
I % c''iv teachers pointing to the disparity not a relief CORPORATION, .
\ organization. stating a corp-1'
.......,. .Md. you have tried for your cough.chest V0"- el". waN .nd la plaintiff d I
Hq11 'I' ''I'' p.iPIGDI. cold or bronchial irritation you can between salaries of street that all referrals were made strict J. "W" ANDREWS JR. ct al. w'"i

] "0. t orrwi 1<10. 4 : : ,.DE D". get relief now with CreomuLslon sweepers and educators asked ly on the basia of training and experience anil, and are defendant' wherein '
;I Thm W.w.pope,. I Y" AU Fo... I ? Itaw....... 1 Yr. All $ Serious trouble may be brewing and county officials for an Immediate not to the l-pfclal T Flank Landrum waa appoint*,.!
according Master
:; P4qoin.. r... .. you cannot afford to take a chance need In Chancery to ex
I 2 0..11' Maaoal
'" horn GroupIMaqailse A } 2 DoiiOreup A } r..Oaly with anything less than Creomul- 25 per cent increase in salaries. of the applicant. cine said decree, that I have IBM".1 I

c ,' .".: '. O n $2.25 i 3 SJtfSSS B J$2.50 lIon, which goes right to the seat The teachers compared their own The Florida State Employment I upon iota, trait all the., piece following or parcel deacrl I

L ,t I of the trouble to aid nature to range of pay from $700 to 91,350 a Service is land situate, lying- and beingIn. tl 1
.IJ, ,i\\ ; soothe affiliated with the United County ,
and heal the Inflamed mem-i year --- wltb the $125 of Bradford, State of Fit

vs '!!,I I ?; 1 6 '*..w _,_ .0 a is branes loosened as the and germ-laden expelled. phlegm i 'l! to street sweepers, $1,800 monthly a year paid agency States operating Employment under Service the an. a Ion.* follows-and more: particularly deiiorlb, '

,' ",;a Arle.. lor _' ._ ._.11.00 t Modem Meeko-la C .....00.. 11 Even U other remedies have to the dog catcher $125 a month to of the U. S. supervision I rommfnclnaat the South' '.i
44 A.rtca. Fns1 failed, don't be Department of corner of Madison and Bay "tre'-
& Mottoa Ptcttu. 1 00 your j garbage collectors, and $1,440 In the
.w. a Town .
:: Labor. of
A.icaTh == Htarke, Florldi.
MaqtnI. Ope* Rood tot-IoY"77r..,. 100: druggist 13 authorized to guarantee theme
B.n.r -.. and Oarda. 1 00 Creomulslon year to the dump operator's helper. : run South along the Ea.Id. -'
1' I ,I' : Opportualty MaqosUw 100 and to refund your 'V of lIA.v M. 'n .10_ WI..... .
Breeder's Oaten ._ l.TO hi....- MagoalDo __ ---- .
t." if ,
money you are not satisfied with : taut corn."" of ;
Cupper's rat,.. ___ I Tl PatkHdt ( .. CARD OF THANKSWe Bay andLal"aYPt
l Iwwkly) ISO results from the ... Mieet.
}.t' Chll4 Llle ___ S.t) Pkyilooa Culture _________ I." I very first bottle. I --- .' orth thence East along the
I Chri.rian Merald _____ 1M Photoplay _______________ 1.11 Oct Creomulslon right now. (Adv. GETS THE BOOK wish to thank those who a aide of LaFayette, streets i '
Callln's WeeUr _____ .... Pictorial 1U-UW _________ 1.OO I- were so kind v: rede: North along th :
f. TAMPA-About and of
Coutry Rome. S ._._ to considerate dur said street to Mad
T** 1.71 Popmla MechamUm"" _______ I.01 pronounce on
: ( Dixie DoI'.n Popular Scloa.. Molhly. ... 1.11 FUNERAL sentence on R C Kimball 26, after ing the illness and death of our Mouth vide thence of Madlion\Vest along street th)" ;
I ::1' ran .........1.Joui.eI I yPL I 1.71*0 Hodlo Medbook Mew Ma. (1--11--al-e ___) ____ I I..01" a jury had convicted him of shouting wife and mother. We greatly ap- place land of beeInningSaid, block i(

:, I n.ld flewer
:>. HaM Aro-MWdlMrafl ISO ...... Play. .. .. 1.00 1.00 EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS Lenora Crisswell, Judge L. L. and the beautiful flowers that South Bounded on the North 1'

: ; : ., Matu. .... a.r.s....._- ..4II.TO 8lhrt ...... _____________ 1.00 !MODERATE PRICES SERVICE Parks, accustomed to pleas for leniency were brought by many friends. I Street Maill.on on utrret.South Went by Lafayetti by Ba'
I HouekoUWeekly Spon* Aold ________ 1.00
;. ) ..110.--... T.j., 1.70 DeWITT C. JONES was amazed to hear Kimball' Carl Hough and children.OTIf'F. a.Street the East. by a street and know"
i"I LlMrarr IM_ __ 0 Alvare home place
1 4.10 3 T-M StaryJ- _, .
u attorney .
i" Hugh L. Me Arthur, ':xceptlngfrom
MaCaU's MaeaxUe. 1.90 3wo-raa-s World 1.10 SUurke Florid the above desertted
reuest that the maximum sentence : OF APPLICATION I land or parcel of land lard
II' I be FOR TAX nERD needed to J. L. Peek described ,>'
imposed. "Your "
'".'1I .. Honor Me- NOTICE 4..t. Still o. 11181) follows commencing at Southeast
: Arthur said "since the jury has That M. IS HEREBY GIVEN corner of Madlaon and SaP'
I M. Wllll.m holder of Tail Streets In the Town of Stark'
convicted this defendant of a Certificate No. Z&4. i..ied, the .th; !. Florida thence run South on Esaid. -'
crime of which he la day 0' September A 1832. ha. of Bay Street 134 feet, then
Gentlemen For innocent he filed .
i iI same my'office i
Expert In East run 80 feet I,
RepairingSmith's and ha. thence run Nor
wishes the jury to assume full mad. application! for 132 feet,
responsibility a tax deed thence
I to run Wet to pot
,i cncloie 1_ _,...for which III.... tend mo and therefore requests I embraces b. Issued thereon Said certificate of neglnnlna14 feet, said parcel .
\ I, the following; described land beingIn the North-west ,'.
\ the magninoi I have checked, together with a your honor to impose the maximum property, In the County of Bradford ner of block known a. J 0 .*

j' I )'eu', subscription/ to your newspaper sentence of life imprisonment. ftate Hnutheast of Florida to-wit: var. home place(

I UU GaragePhone ." There was no objection Quarter of Quarter Northeast of Quarter Northeast A Anti that. 1937 I will to-wit on the Rule DBApril. -. '
North Halt April 5. D"
I Name___---_ -__ U from the state and Judge Parka of Northeast*'Quarter outheat Quarter front within the legal hours of _I...
Section 24 "f the Eat
Courthouse In
pronounced sentence a* requested; Kat Township, .6 nrtro Range; 21 Hi. City of Stark*. Florida door, o/fi

"iI i\\ II Street or R. F. D._ __ ___ 120 life Imprisonment for second degree I or I.... Acres, more aid 'land for sale, and sell the sam
I 15 -I murder. I The .......m.nt of the said to the highest and beat bidder t.<
ca'h, to
i,:', t Tcvrn and State ___ _ ___ I .---. ,' erty itied was under In the the said certificate prop I I.. rees and satisfy all Court and coat pay said and d..cr es-.

l : -----L...----------CII-I; Wrecker Service Day or Night In Alabama giving a bad check 'i I irnlexn paid i-ertlflcate name of If hftll O Orftnt be redeemed pene T
ac-rordln 1 to J-KANK
: .I.Ie' I liD payment of an open account oran described therein I will, toe be property A* Special Master In Chance
I soil
old debt la not a law violation. to the highest bidder at th* courthouse BAXTER A CLAYTON,
H door on th* first Monday\ Attorney.Jor Plalntltl.

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'RKE CIIURCII DIRECTORY' D rrnrTI 1SpcTERTI4 !'P "You keep thinking of Selma Down I way, resorted to cunning I Nora picked up a pillow tu first< p(

I mered I jail" 'Nice Asta" he said Nice dog at him Then hunger overcoming f ill,
IFIRST BAPTIST CIICRCHI "Look '" nothing ir w o i I' r y I gleVant. me to throw It fur ,ovrrv other instinct, she put It

I C. B. Price Pastor told him t ,' said Nick "Tomorrow I you '" down mid hurried hark to' the l''

unday School. 10 o'clock a. m. I'ii i : ''II find the gun it won't ha\" lie win! till tllljh the motions of kitt'lit u

F rhomoa Supt. :: 'nvi
K.rnmg" Worship, 11 a. m I ' I \\' 1 I hen. you don t nullj think slip the Invitation with u suspicion I --- -_.- f

v p t',7:15p.m.: I r of i It '". pressed Nora growl Under pressure. howevci TRAIN SCIIEULLE +,

\ ,-olng Worship, 7:30: p. m. I answeredJust ". he advanced slowly Nicks hand', Our schedule changes December
Wedaea4I she didn't do it," went lie clutched the atone
a reacb ra Meeting:, a course out.
and trains
10 will runs as follows
p, m. The Story Thus Far: Nick "Are you looking tat. the young I drawing Not. "She couldn) have." But victory was Incomplete. Nora, Southbound

Itlcl-week Prayer service Wed- Charles, noted detective, become lady that did the fan dance"" ask lieves paused a moment, looking at standing behind him, cried out.
idav 7 30 p m.lletlM4IU. Involved In the mysterious mur- ed the motherly.looking matron I've got "I don't think I'd kill you If "Oh look!" she exclaimed He's No. 1-Due Starke 11 :31 P.M I

; der of Ikobert Landis scion of an who guided Nick down the corri- Where's !' ran off with another woman,' chewing the note!" No. 15-Due Starke 4:S3 P_M
No. 107-Due Starke 9:66.\ i
aristocratic San Francisco family, that. darling." said Nick. Nick whirled the stone to divert : ,
Church dor."Fan No. 191-Due Starke 10:39 P M
hecauae Landis'n wile Selma Is dance" he echoed. "No I "I might though." added Nora the dog and sent It spinning It :

""lev B M Montgomery, Pastor the cousin of Nick's wife. Solni.ihrgn don't think she's ever tiled that. She an afterthought, as she reach crashed through a hallway windowpane Northbound

'unday School-10 a m. Nora to go to I).,\lil Ocuham Out of the corner of his eye he David"Forgl, a long kitchen knife. Nick Asia looked up In approbation No.2-Due Starke SOS: A U

Morning Worship-11 a, m. whc In. In love with her and caught a glimpse of Nora, huddled l winced and drew Nora dived across the room, No. 16-Due Starke 11:24 A M 1'
Epworth League-6:43: p. m. back at the extreme end of the cell. No. 108-Due Starke 5:33 P M.
tell him she knows nothing whatever quickly catching him off guard, and grabbed
-veiling Worship, 7:30 p, m. of how Hubert met his death. He pretended to scan the cage, and reproach I ceremony of breaking the the paper She held It up and Starke and \\'ann_ Itranrh

fou are invited to all these serv- Nora does thin, Is traced by the police then half turned away, saying in a guilty was Interrupted by a startling lead It aloud: No 101-Leaves Starke 7HHJA: M.

e \ and taken Into custody by a purposely loud voice: only Without warning there !Mr. Phil Ujrnen' alias Ralph No. 102-Arrives Starke 1:50 P. ALI

-- plilnclothet man who doubts her "I'm sorry, I guess she isn't at the a crash of breaking glass in West In an ex-roil and w"" marriedto I Daily except Sundays.

Presbyterlan Cburch Pastor Identity Meanwhile Nick and here." "You opposite corner of the kitchen. I'olly In Tom-ker thro jenriHe I i T J. GRIFFIN.RELIEVES ...
H. *
_T.ev George Lowry L'eoutena.ntbram... are quefttloniiig I Nora leaped up. She squeezed ma fell with a hard thud ago lives at the- I 1---
Sunday School. Dancer Lum Kee and Polly her way through the mass of girls floor. Nick and Nora jump The rest was missing It had
BIO,00 a m. Sabbath IJjrncM, proprietors and singing and hurried to the bars I She was the first to catch the been chewed l off

Oil :00 a m. Young Morning People's Worship.Vesper star of the Chlntwe cabaret: which "Nick! she cried. "Here I am!" of what hud occurred. Bail Asta," said Nora. You I'S I'SI

[ 4 30 p. m.Service. IandlHlNitr l jlllOt before his. "A fine way to start the New "She !" she cried. 'It's a stone!" swallowed. that address "An
Sermonette by Pastor. di''th. Suddenly Dancer pull a Year!" said Nick. he said stepped closer "(t.. got a note been boasting about what a smart QUICKLY.EFFECTIVELY

I Service switch and the lights go out Nlckle, !get$ me out of here," "Swear to It!" dog you were." IYKO.: the pleasant and oothlnt
Midweek Nora. The were ten: remedy that is absorbed into Uu
pleaded girls i rest of and about to
bent over wall
]7 30 p. m. Mission Study. She pried his mouth open Ii k.1D. gives sufferers quick relief from
around her and
Seven wedging one murder!
Chapter when
the missile
8:30: p. m. Prayer Service. up peculiar wall empty he itching; agony of Scabies ItctxIccema .
them Interjected "If she won't do, darting in furiously and "What are we supposed to do": ; Ringworm Athlete's Foot,
CburchIlUv. Nick located the ringing 'phonein how about me? Seized It In her mouth asked Nick. "Send Phil and Polly Too Itch and other parasitic skin
Rosewood Baptist the dark. It was headquarters. "How long has this thing with [ lunged for the dog, and the I rrltatlons. Ask your druggist fat y
t> O. Hemingway Pastor His voice calm he said: David been going on?" asked Nick, !" an anniversary present tYKO today and If not quickly re-
was as Ing thinking it was a new game, "if
"Don't cried Nora
Services every Sunday. Bible I you see I laved your money will be refunded]
{ "Dancer just made a getaway. still toying with his victim Ira, hot : away In delight. then ha shot Ryko Atlanta O*. '
10:15: a. m. Services at 3:30: I Phil Is her husband I y Products ,
tidy Tell the boys to pick him up." "Nick, stop that and get me tor '! ,
clock in afternoon come here! cried Nora, Robert because he found out he
out!" Nora I IUKO sold In Htarke By
Using a cigarette lighter some begged rival
up and pursuing "Drop was going around with I'olly You
I BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH body had located the electric 111 get you out on one condition When I It s a clue''" must 'phone Abiams" I Itrown'a Pharmacy and good drag
switch. The lights blazed on again. ," he said "No more cases I'm custody
Pastor 1 woof! responded Asta Nick did sNora completedthe
Rev. I- A. Donnley. If It had to be dragged into. No more detecting stores everywhere.ENERGY .
The room looked as squad !
I first Sunday I I cooking, She waa so excitedshe
Services every "
been the scene of a Tong war. Promise? with I
School. 2:80: p. m Help me! appealed could hardly keep her mInd on I
broken Nora didn't like to make concessions
Bible Study and Prayer Service. Chairs were overturned, on his i Nick joined her In the living her work but she managed to turnout
glass strewn about pictures knocked but she was at a disadvantage the gun and

Very Saturday night. down. One of the policemen at when It came to bargaining Nick

the door had Polly by one arm. Nick was very indifferent, Hex Abrams RESISTANCDFROM
St. Mark'. Episcopal Church
| Morning prayer and Sermon onhe to one rp II YOUR FOOD

_ second and fourth Sundays at I rants. WITHOUT GAS OR BLOAT

, 1 a. m. Holy Communion Saints 1 c a.y nlght'a I -
A Ai As Aw sleep. 1 seen rnosf I.I"-O-IIIICD-TII. ontr
and choir a
at 10 a. m. Litany
Days mtdloln containing the "T H.rb. .( i !
Jractlce every Friday night at 7:30 eyes r ei llMlth" Uulokly oUaniM bowel.l..
ea"A es were Tons bl dilr. Invlicorat. lacy i S
.D1. I had colon Motion Safely I .tlmulat.
i purifying liver bile IUvlnc Contlpktlon -
'I'll dit Hour Stomach, Inrtlmiiillnn.Ulliouiniii I
I 1
ma Is *. K.c.. Arl<1", .nJ
[BOB JONESComments ether sickening!; symptoms allied
I "The In dl.ord.rs whloh may. quick ,tvolnp
b o Abrams Into mor d.n..ou. dlo es '. oatSt
On Here A I F' the ptiiinft thnr NIPM vnut. nnwr.
why If sI. oat n.. tr... I.l.-(). I.d ,....,..

And Hereafter w ; y 1 WitS I.

} dldn s
said one time. "The I ,t S Ii I I II check." I FLU
A great man : "
solemn thought that ever i
iost rn' 'Oh.
tine to me is my personal accoun- 'You WARNINGnod i ir.

'\ititlity to God" That Is a solemn Selma He j hrlil
"David1"! Nora up In* '
, 'ii+"ught. but there Is also another n u didn't anil tliirlnl to ooldi end flu an
cried, I want Nick paprr ana 1.1"hot l'a why *a
"In this world where I livemong {n4! but Hurt Oro. CVTanlo {
mi you lo be dragitd an he I read it aloud, many .r. taking
t t Bvttr .,Irlr* will how you I
men I have an Influence into lhn.'f nf it hail barn .
'l $20,000 -e ? fart U do.. thiu S Nh-OITHrtARY thin
>v?,, somebody else's life. My In- dis I ..Le/ss thrue'rl up, that on. randy. -
luence is the sum total of my per- -. pj".iI'.K'. ,. nS alon nod Oro"cannot 06.do,.

lonallty Impressing itself upon '''Lum Kee by another but Dancer suppressed ; yawn and looked at1 'Tonlo t. 1..n f
said .
\1 ---- ---- f. 11.105i '
those with whom I come in touch" I I was not visible his watch \ much." They tried to trick Asia some eggs that looked presentable i + k alkallur.np DOWI opvn.a /
of who All she said grudgingly A 1 II.1 f.v.r.
streets jI'
good man walking the Harold. Nick's chauffeur right' The going behind an armchair but When she dished them 1 4. as..S r h..darh r
,. us town radiates a good influence. i I I had rushed In when the rumpus 'I promise Abrams pausing'I I was too smait Then they tried 1, out on two plates she suddenly became 1 1 .. and peln..ulrkV *

'e read in the Bible about the started, sat astride a limp figure. "Let her out," Nick told the ma Nick drive him Into a corner of the aware that Nick was not : I. M.AcrrioN. STRONG d. H 01.111.11-IP. r.- ,

: hadow of the apostle falling\ \ on "Who's that" asked Nick, star- I' "Sure but he was. too fast Finally with her"Nlckle'. INCI build TONIO rd blood oil for .traimlh

:|he people. Everybody casts a ing without recognition. tron.The latter obeyed She seemed !' disappeared. When Nora
hadow.. What kind of a shadow I "Dancer," said Harold proudly, 'completely mystified by these odd I Nick r."I him under the table he She looked l In the living room, : th. WAV ACTION nf Kd.Cnwa 1

Ho you cast Have you ever askd rising one one knee while he kept goings-on. She looked at Nick as sped onHalf away safely. Nick tardily then went to the bedroom Nick :. Car-Tunis-3a-at- druOl"" 1

yourself this question "Am I tight grasp on his captive. If she thought he was balmy but to close the hall door Asta waa peacefully sleeping In bin own : For triple' prcrdijrfoii. lhr *.WJV d.
.. .b..n wok hid
helping somebody or am I hurting "The devil It is," came a groan- probably couldn't help himself out first bed. Pinned to the cover was aHlgn :: kma,lor M Chad in CoUl He. and lid Crow ,,

omebody" Ing voice from below A face lifted Nora had barely time to stretch He had At last Nick crawling on hands '/ taken from the outer door i! Cwill Sjiut tic. iruunlly eilahva|| ;(+ t

There is such a thing as telepathy Itself Into Bight It was that of her muscles and to tell Nick she her knees through the hull door. "Please Do Not Disturb' .

A man thinks a bad' Lieutenant Abrams. I whena ,
j felt she could use a pick-up, against
thought. That thought crosses the Nick, fighting to keep a sober police attendant scurried in. He i garded FLOHDA

street enters a neighbor's home' expression on his own face, motioned said Lieutenant Abrams was wait- I eyes, /
somebody's Harold to side. Abrams I
|and Is received Into one Ing for Mr. Charles. outside
I mind. That neighbor broadcasts raised himself ruefully to a sitting
: took
"Don t worry, darling he smiled :
[[that thought down the street to then a standing position. He "I'll write day." He I stuffed .
you every
mind waitsa coat off and turned to I
another home where a brushed his the S
I'I'I took her arm and led her In the
a receiving station. That take things out on his second assistant I of
direction of the Inner sanctum TAKENqF OTF TH COAST
and ,
[{neighbor thinks that thought I Inside was David Graham and Wtl&HfcD55OO
on the wings of Imagination sendsit "What was the shooting" he de- Abrams had been bombarding him I Nora TLOttlOA

flying across the country to another -i i manded. with questions about the dead POUNOyffcNE
city where another receiving "It was me," replied the policeman "
man. David dldn try to hide the 'I ,
station is waiting and one more I bled,
fact he had ben on bad terms withRobcit
{{powerful than all of the other stations "Did you get Dancer? light.
Landis Nor did he conceal 1
to which the thought has I "I thought it was him coming I .
to I
the deceased IIII
ome. This receiving station holds through the door" said the other having paid money I dg t

the thought awhile; then projectst hesitantly. "But I guess it was go away. sily"Who .luS I lls
"You and Mr Landis were once
I Y' I
across the sea. It is possible for only me In the mirror Abrams "Un I s
engaged? pursued .
one secret thought from a lowly Abrams swung around toward "Oh ) -
I til Landis came along? :
[erson's mind to send destructive Polly Nick. I
David admitted that too $ .1'1x
!Influences around the world. It isan 1 "Look here" he said, "I want a I didn't ,I :
"Ever ask her to divorce him and i ,
awful thing to be a sinner in description of that brother of "
I '' asked Abrams. I
"" marry you
world where other people live. yours.
"What're you picking on Phil "I may have, replied David. I H r, t I p I
"What "But she never said she would. 1k
for ? countered Polly ;
The London County Council pays about Mrs Landis killing him? Nora stood !In the doorway She I very" I ;
{salaries to 73,803 persona, amount- shuddered as she watched the ]
Maybe she found out her husbandwas
ling to $78.361,000 annually. dons-questioning She wanted to "Want
with me. Maybeshe I
away ,
to eat? ,
found out about David Gra- be home In bed. | J. 1 ; y t C
The 200-Inch telescope mil ror Nick waved a friendly hand as | "No,
|poured at Corning, N. Y, In March, ham giving him" those bonds the lieutenant apologized for the i '
"Don't talk! cried Casper, who
11934, la the largest piece of glass had dislodged himself, like a cater need of questioning his wife | ed I !i

ever cast by man pillar, from between two broken "Now Mrs Charles," said Abrams -I been

sneak.COLDS. chair rungs "Don't talk till bluntly, "why did you go to minute ,I
Mr. Graham's apartment" |la low I y ,
12 you ve got legal advice!" "
6 6 This was enough to Abramsnto Nora hesitated. She bit her lip.
spur I

{} FEVER and of, his quick assistants action.. He turned to one Then very much she detected like a faint what smile looked OR i i I' myself. WLIATfl P W I ii. WTP 1 1bIOAY.l'

.. flrat day said. Nick's face He would laugh at IJI
LI'U" TABI KTS "PIck up ).Ir. Landis, he t
SAL\R NOSH) Headache Mwtn. tNunnve "Never mind anything her family her would he I "Of i f + ,

[Try Hak-My-Tlaaa>>_World'* Beat. nays or her doctor. The rest of us "I went there for Selma," she not as
1 LI.I_..tAltMOUKH are all going down to headquarters told Abrams "Selma had a silly I that's 1f'KijJQN1 /

," Idea that David thought she'd killed I A

BIG CROP There was a general protesting Robert She wanted me to tell Then" r 11-

FERTILIZERS Si FERTIU'7.ERMA outcry.;: It dldn do any good. One him that she didn't." I i .

'l'ERIALSBig policeman scooted out the door Before David could speak Selma reach L_ ... TNIS

Cash Discount to I with Lum Kee and Polly Abrams herself was ushered in. She looked I Nick I t HUG +

Commission Merchants and italked behind. The 'phone rang as pale and at the same time flushed one 5WlEt t'OfA"Owe'

Farmers Associations Nick was leaving and he paused to' The paid no heed to anyone ,I the I '& J.D 21'OUtD
J. U IIARRELL. Agent I' tnawer In the room except: David. water '
Lawtey "What's that" he asked puz- "David! she cried. "I didn'twant I "Oh,
Nora. I
Into this
to be dragged
Tled.: "All It sounds like to mea you :
that you picked up my wife In "Mrs. Landis," cut in Abrams you J

THIS tome man a apartment. You did? "why did Mr Graham think you Nick v a I

Bays her name's Nora? Well, she's had killed\ your husband?" ed for !

CROSSIT probably a phoney. Put her in the "I never said that!" shouted David of"the I

fish tank till I get down." "I never thought it for one of the roost thrilling episodes In the annals brought Into Mew River harbor. With the help of

MEANS FAST RELIEF The "tank" was a big cell enclosed minute!' those Asta \ of Florida lining was experienced by Mr a city crane and! a dozen men it was placed on th
1 Scrota with a net work of heavy "Wait. David. said faced Selma.Abrams suddenly I when Clayton A. Rugff of Jamestown N. Y., and party, dock where It was inspected by thou an'l U of poorlo.yilE .
steel bars It was reserved for feminine quiet. She the .500- won.lerful powibiliUes of Flo.-KU' fertile I
several when they harpooned -
8jt. R I fUU Bon31 trade. Business was "He had every right to think I did the I years ago .
I? very pound Manta shown above So powerful was the soil are forcefully shown by the "giant cite an DEMAND rot Z5I A burlesque show It. He's just trying to protect me. ary
0p good i tonight. abln : at tain Ml bj various fruit and ve?a-
out en had been raided to contribute a He beard a shot. lie rushed up to and creature with Its 20-foot spread, that it was great: v/clg'.it;
a stern-tint the for tables in tits: state from time I) time. The
CQtawcBAYER dozen customers Besides there me and saw me standing near Rob. I once I to drag the boat against power grown
were the usual Dumber of alcohol ert with a gun In my hand. I had. put on fully. five miles before It became wt>a''>re>t! Aft'e a:;e-mot. 8VWKT POT\TO shown a8! was: p

ASPIRIN Ic. and blonde Tarzans sufferingfrom n't fired It though the shot came I : \being shot with iU.l-Ja<;.kteU UuIUu\ it wad finally ;'Qwn ne,r Fid :JJ/ers, FUriJo. -

black eyes from around the corner." Nick, -

I Isuss.

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Bradford County TelegraphEstablished TOO LATE f, EASILY; BE-CELEUY' CENTER

1877 I ( Continued From Page One) FIRMS S

land and to get I the exact outlines By TilE J. (). CARABO SERVICE

Gf : C AVEM.BERFLORiLvx I Br flVSELL. KAY of the lakes! so thai .t plat couldbe
Nrrrctnrr. Pl.rlil. Pre.aYou AMI*
PRESS ASSOCIATION I drawn. showing streets! blocks :

etc. They planted a Slovak settlement -I

.- .-. 7ctda.: \;) I know kids are funny.They're on Sampson, but it was "MODERNISTIC BEAUTY SHOPPE"
I2z Just like grown-ups. Now not a success. Then the East

take the boys In our neighborhood: Starke Dranage District dug" most 3626 PARK ST. PHONE 2-2023 JA( KS ,NMI|

1 Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class I They're good boys, all of 'em- of its canals to discharge Into BIRS. MYKTICE W. McEACHEKN, Prop.

!Matter\ at the Post Office at Starke, Florida Fred and Jim and Bob and Will Rowell lake, and this and the fact

I and the others. They get along that Sampson canal was shoaling 1\IUS. KTHKI.. RirtrW.! Manager

E. Matthews:\ . .. ._ ____Editor and Owner I fine most of the time and are regular up, dincour&ge. -Jhe company and Attractively decorated In red many years of experience la Beauty department. Thr "
I pula but Just when things they sold out. Now the lake ,
L and chrome with a back ground of Culture and the patronS of the Zotoa Uochinelcsa; vv. 'It
seem to be goin' along smooth swamp Is a big turpentine orchard. I
I SUBSCRIPTION RATI and peaceful an argument will The shoaling up of Sampson and cream this shop Is a delightfulplace shop have come to depend upon ,' as several of the nationally'tlsed II
: In which to receive beauty her advice. Each season she attends tI.
start and before you know it they'llbe Rowell canals and the enormous machine waves .
In Advance areA
: Yearly $1.50:; Six Months, 75c-Payable gll'eQ.
''r:1' : ; throwIn' treatment. Many women are the beauty shows and keeps
callin' each other names volumes of water discharged Into line of
that the quiet and abreast of all that Is and Improved cosmetics lesip
Advertising Hates Application to the privacy new -
rocks and Rowell the
I somebody goes lake by the canals of aid
I __t I' hospital drainage district besides from other restful atmosphere added to most In beauty culture. She every woman in bringtn,
Vt -- excellent parking spaces make It a' studies styles as shown In the her latest charm.
TO MAKE: ? Now take last week for sources and the direct precipitation One thai:
HAVE YOU pleasure to visit the Modernistic smartest style centers and la adept
I develop qualities
1 BJf 'I was slttin' on the porch InstanCe'j'I causes moat of the swamp of 10Vellne..
: fel kind of like General Repairs, the all- Beauty Shoppe. Mrs. McEachern ut adopting the latest halrdresa to
___ :1' This 'week we .the paper and the boys land to be flooded after heavy never dreamed she had
is widely known in Jacksonvilleand her customers needs. All of the iTe t
|BETTE$ I. powerful writer on the Jacksonville Journal who listens to as usual. I didn't pay any particular -I' rains But the land Is not a dead \iclnlty and her many friends operators are graduates end II- In this review we an" d i,hgbt&
attention to 'em. level; some portions are high :
SJI jI complains of irate citizens in that city and proceeds to They seemed are congratulating her upon her censed. Especial mention should call the attention of ,,ito
to be havln' a good time and enough never to be flooded and the eitl
!f. straighen out matters to their satisfaction! or tell the reason' everything appeared to be all right. sand ridge along the east and I smart shop. Mrs. Moon has had I I be made of the permanent wave this unusual ShOD

Whatf i(:" Why I Then the first think I know they I north sides of Sampson lake Is 1 "

Stag, or g 1', One reader caIN" our attention to the fact that we still are havin' a regular battle royal. high enough for building purposes. '
a, You heard such Most of the land would be to KEY-McCABE FUNERAL HOME
f ):'" never carryln' on. easy I ,
anyway : have ill and wants to know "how come" since all -1
| money'1 : cows! town Well, I went over to see what the clear. It having not been ao very I

There]/*" 4 k : this talk about a fence around the city limits. We have it trouble was and got there Just as long since this land was a sandy 15 CHURCH ST. PHONE 5.1538

: making J J from an official of the cattlemen's association that one more Jim was flxln' to hit Fred In the"Wnats luke bottom, there has not been I FEATURES! 9.1 imirn Antnin.AMrR c" RVICE.

[ Tha nriff installed before the fence beIng nose. time for deep -muck to form, except --
ii railroad rattleiHin must be can ... ,.., I This firm renders
I service withina
In 9 flOW "1. g ,4 .h n' thas Courteous and efficient to a In addition to
gom on nere ; \ I thoU SHare
productjBible ana;,:. ,' 1 finally closed! up. The cattlemen nope, just as devoutly 81'1' "Can't you kids play together says been destroyed;; by fires; Yetthin radius of many miles without any marked degree, they have won the completely equipped i Ij<, ""on

for'ily i t city property owners! that when this is' complete, Bossy will without fightln' ? You ought to be would not be a drawback to additional cost to the public. They confidence and heartfelt commendation funerals on any scalei i ,mp,

to 1 !f 1' : be on the outside looking in, and will stay in her place. ashamed of yourselves!" cultivation for the trials made on also specialize ambulance servo of many clients who have motor equipment great i\ (af,
1 "' deep muck have unsatis- ice and invalid car service day or found satisfaction in the being
proven great tales the
means "Well, I don't care Fred said. smooth can'
from lady who wishes to vinjs! Jilt
Another complaint comes a protest .
more co I I "It's my yard and my party and I factory. For the muck, though night.In relieved of the many trouble- the last rites.

better t' [i about too much noise during the unreeling of a good guess I can say what we're gonna rich IP nitrogen lacks potash, lime all professions there are people some and vexatlou"! details in the The people of this i 'ommiui S

and ma.|!' L ( film in the local motion picture theatre. She doesn't mind so I do. cant I ? And Jim goes and and phosphoric acid, which have who stand pre-eminently at the time of sorrow, by reason of their have learned to .
: xnftlc$ It : much the contented munching of the pop-corn eaters a gets smart and It made me sore." been leached out. Cowpeas, which front because of their Inherent natural comprehensive! and diplomatic ser of then
: "Aw I didn't neither get smart" only ask for a place to grow have ability combined with a thorough vice. the time of death. Their long,
'.! strange cult that seems to be recruiting new members weekToovr made extraordinary yields. knowledge of the rlod of business
? Jim said. "We was gettln' alongall profession It Is quite propert that In this experience

nvA v>' : ly-this is rather a soothing sound and blends in nicely with right and then Fred has to dragIn Crosby lake receiving little inflow in which they are engaged and review prominent mention be given made them known to everyone t

littv- 1 some of the more romantic moments. What our friend does a boy that I don't like and besides does not fluctuate much; it I their ability to study each Individ- to the Key-McCabe Funeral there La undoubtedly a great i II

the t;$ he started Jurapin' on little averages about twenty feet In ual case and give It a touch that Is Home upon the success they have !
Ito !I j object<< to is the loud laughing and talking that often inter- I not "Just faction as everyone knows In t hi
[ \t- Preston and pushln hm! around I,, depth. Rowell through the great ordinary. Such is the attained and the very commendable

W; JI, feres with the more interesting sounds that accompany the I and I just wasn't gonna stand for deal of silt washing into it, Is rap- 'position of the Key-McCabe FUneral satisfactory service that they I Ing some one who you know ;

1 :i 10- film. We hardly know who to see about this, and suppose It." I!. Idly shoaling up; at low stage it I Home In the professional are rendering to an ever Increas-I in whom you can have r,)ntlde

ivH$ Then Will spoke and said I seldom has a depth over feet. world of this of the clientele.
'' such conditions will continue/ as I long as some people I consider up eight I part state ing i conduct the funeral scrvi
oiI(; j ji "Well, Fred didn't start pushln' [ Sampson which at low water has a -- -- _
I ------ '-- -
-: themselves better show than the to %OTI('., Of
one they see. APPLICATION
\ S a pay
i .nu41!; ; him until he found out about them wide beach Is so shallow till a man FOR TAX DEEI

\Ve ca n- clearettes." could by walking on the ridges In (Brmmt Bill No. 16.1 RED BIRD HAT SHOP

: tory whi, S ANOTHER OPINION ON TRAFFIC LIGHTS I "Cigarettes ?" I says horrified. I 'the bottom, cross It without swim- W.NOTICE 8, Sibley IS holder HEREBY of OIVEN Tax Certifi That. I

profltaK.Ther "Do you kids mean to tell me you J ming. cate No 878. l 'M..d the: 7ih., day of 51 W. ADAMS ST.

culture S week regarding two proposed new traffic lights. lie could over. It seems he'd stayed out of celery, there,can be no doubt. The Said lug riexcrlhed certificate' properly embraced In the the follow County new and attractive hat shop Associated! with Mis CciUw

trol ofruch S have ideas. He that the fight himself. He says "Naw, I most valuable soil Ingredient nitrogen of luadford State of Florida to- has been added to Jacksonville'sbusiness. and foi the
us given us some new says as it j is now they don't smoke 'em. wit: manager buyer '
They were Is abundant. and those Commence at Southwext Corner Tasteful decorations ness Is Mrs. Miriam Stokes ilf J
hect peJ- travel through Starke over Road 13 must make at least Just playln' with 'em. I didn't see lacking can be supplied cheaply. or NOII'hw..t Quarter of Northwest make
: a back-ground for the smartest Stokes has had
S t S three right angle turns and stop for one traffic light. If two 'em but Fred said Preston had The soil\ would also be good for Feet Quarter for" a point and Hun of, beirliinlnK ttaxt .1.11 of new millinery.Mrs. ence In the millinery many yeah busmen xpt{

some and was tryin' 10 make him cabbage, onions and l.t-lnit. rn; feel jOimt:. of Railway
I A1I ; more lights are installed' there are to be Mr. lettuce and Jacksonville and la
sure complaints, tell where he got 'em." t tinck .thence 1 l-Jaxt 690 Feet B. L. Godwin announces the in '"'lone too
I : Wainwright and] this might give the State Road on the higher spots shallow-rooted N.Jlth,; ,8JT feet, Went 824 feet opening of the Red Bird Hat Shopat with the fashion market
S says Department Fred broke In again and said: crops like corn and t" a point'' 50 feet, I Kant of Hall
S : all the "That ain't so. I wasn't to sugar cane way track thence Southeast( paraIlel SI West Adams Street. Although The new shop will hanm i
)trI excuse: it wants to change the route of Road 131 I tryin' would do well. As the muck Is with Hallway 634 feet to
S | make him tell nuthin'. I just told not deep, as oefrlnntnic, Section 12 TownshIp the new millinery shop Is lar priced line of millinei"
7L; so that it will miss the town entirely. He thinks that if a general thing firm
we 0 !Mouth' !Kan 22 : open for business the formal It Is to >
S I I him to get out of the swing and let roads could "ire fleet n- opening a pleasure 'im n|
I value the traffic over this important highway had better be made from the un- taming I II I Acien more or I Ie..... will not be held until Satur- readers visit aelrf
to this
: j. we ,, J If have: It while and when he derlying sand. |I The uxxeHnifiii' of the said pI'lier- shop :>
L let matters stand/ as they are now. started 10 argue I told him to shut I n' under the sail certificate issued day. their new spring millinei\
____ I'wan I In the .
,,_. outlet for the flood water name (If J p. Pndicett" 1
I and I went over and shoved I'nlpHH, snit
S $ Mr. Wainwright also calls: attention to the fact that the :I him up out of It. It s my swing and I must be provided. After heavy I" deemed I according coitlflcate I ; to I law shall the lix iii''re-',p- ..,-- -----..--.-----.--..-..----------- -,----,--,-.-,--

I propoM' I lights I would stop "fifty cars on Road 13 to every I guess! I can say who can have it." | down-pours the surfaces of Samp- ei 1"tv'the iicxcrlhed liliclifHt. therein Milder at will I the lie court N"ld''n
son and Rowell
( neon Roads 28 or 48." He thinks this is unfair to travel "Maybe it is your awing," Jim are higher than the j''the hoUHe door, on the firm Monday l In
I on land though the Wannee track month of April 1 11(17, uhkh In
yelled "but Just the same, I'm the :. on i I the 5th day of '\1>1'11937.. EDDIE HINSON BODY COMPANY"FOB
: Thirteen. His ideas seem worth considering especially the the south and the ,
ridge .11",1
one that has to keep It In repair I along |I thin 3\(1.l day of Mariti'
: ; fear expressed that additional traffic lights might cause the and that kid will bust It just like Sampson on the west act as levees' (I lit7 OFFICIAL: SRL' : I f

road department to change the route of Road 13. he did by little\ red wagon. He to keep the water out north of the I A. J. THOMAS' I A PERFECT JOB"
S railroad, and many sports are still: Clerk of Circuit., .. Court '
scarred it all up and I ain't ever of rjradfuid County. Florida.
S o tflooded. The Sampson canat ,, 3-B-fit.4-2
I been able to find the nuts he lost I
WE FARE BETTER THAN ROOSEVELT AT LUNCH I I IS I was dug fifty feet wide at the 5
| and now you go and give him our I' I I \OI'I'Ior] KI.I-.CTIOV: :
I'I bottom and the Rowell Body Rebuilding Fender
S twenty-five. TV the Repairing
power vexteil In
them" the ,
It was something of shock to learn this : swing. I
a week that the | Both are simply silted up; there Board of Pulillc I Inxtriictlun I of Hrml-,

: President has been having liver and string beans for lunch "Come must come I says. "You I ire no stumps' to take out. A float-I ford election County to lie Florida held( hereliy,on Tnenday rails an
boys this
quit bickering. Ing dredge would make i APT II I 8, 11137, nt the School' MouneH, Authorized Delco Refinishing
day In the White House and that he is short work |
every getting There's | In "
pretty no sense In your actln like I of both ""'I>tl". Htarke, buwtey and
| as to
tired of his monotonous think this. I still don't know what the deepening them; I (iraham. Special Tax School I>|BtrlctM -,
menu. Why just those of ,
I us though hoto! get such number 2. :3. 8, and II reepeetIveip -'
4 who have been Bradford fuss is all about but I'm down- | an unwieldy of llradford County for the 818 O'F.T.. PHONK: 3-1703 JACKSO.NV!
: eating
', County sausage, backbone tight ashamed of nil of I structure across three rail-i i pmpoxe" of elnctliiK 'three tniHteeii
and) rice have been better you. ) ro'td tracks would and fixing; the nil I In KB for the enHlilna1 .
S faring than the President of the Then Preston prove a formidable -I t\vo .
'. united _....'-,_ .L_..' .. spoke up. : can Dronosltlnn I .._.1' .h.. .years.........MD III ..each. ....I dlxtrlct......_ _..... '
WASi mates: !! it this sort 01 aisiuusionmeni Keeps up, it 'paam, "DOU toe clgarettes"- i I Perhaps I election. the following. ; are'appointed;' .:.._-,_.._,- ------,--,----_._,-
1 is be I l before he can say another wotd | a better way would be 4* tflallsgel'M2Haniptn
; going to awfully hard to interest/ a small boy in being i to Kit I
i i by the use of ,, Florida
Fred broke in and said "Aw, I a caterpillar I. -Dan
| nobody -
1' good so that he might to be President I dredge throw JohnHon. I.uclan Johns, Henry 8ax-
1 grow up some day. | wants to hear nuthln' about'j up levees around the II. tt wlKRiim, Clerk
o old land to be Improved. Then I No. 3-Starke. Florida:X. IT).
| your cigarettes and you just by a ,
\Vain\vilulit. ttr. ,., .
.' i LAW WOULD NOT STOP PARENTS .FROM RANSOMING' better keep your mouth shut system of ditches, lead the drain Powell. J. F. i kiltgr"k: [ C J FURNITURENEW
waters to the levees and No; fl-[. \Vtey. Florida Fred
around here It
I t pump
I i :Moore, T. J. Terry,
Senator Ashurst's proposed( law forbidding I across them by means of I Ut heil. William :Morgan,
S ransom paymt'nu "Uoys, I said "this can't go on.You'll centrifugal -,, > Klanchard 'I..I'k. AND USED-LARGEST STOCK OF USED

in kidnapping cases presents a dilemma that is almost I I either have to behave yourselves I pumps as Is done on the rice :McKlnney No}. II--O"ham.John !Surrencv.'lorh.lR-J Frank A. J.

1- t incapable of being solved. There i.s: no doubt that if the law or Fred must come In the | plantations kansas. Later In Louisiana and Ar- I, 3-i.5t-4-2 tt..ynol.I! _. ISiley Waxden. Clerk. FURNITURE IN JACKSONVILLE: AT
house when the soil becomes
and will I -
you boys have togo
could be enforced 100 percent it would end 1 I THE LOWEST PRICES.
practically kidnap II on home." thirsty, pump the water NOTICR Of APPLICATION
F ping, since it would abolish the S back Into the ditches from the FOIl TAX DKF.O S
I money motive that is the ba- "I wish they would go home,' i outside (Senate- Bill, No. lOll
lIis i of almost every crime of this sort. Fred shouted "I tried to get 'em (' for irrigation. NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN. That
Hrooker Turpentine Co.. Inc "WE CAN SAVE YOU
to Given
go home three times drainage the lake
and they swamp, Tax Certificate No 30 issued. I
:. Itut could! such a law ever be effectively ,enforced ? It I wouldn't go." For a minute 11 I S with Its facilities for irrigation 3rd day of August A. n 11.11 1. han the.

,j ?j would make a criminal of practically every parent who had thought we were gonna have trou. |,I presents an excellent celery farm- made filed name application In niv foi.office a tax and deed has to

1 ble with Jim, because he ing proposition. lie loaned. thereon. Said I ceitlfl.<.>areembrace
the misfortune to lose his child to had his < Capitalists have FURNITURE
-'- kidnappers, for law or no I I found the following, descrIbed. CO.
fists doubled ere
up, but he didn't now this region attrac
law. If say i property In the> County of radtord,
parents have the money they will offer it for the safe mother wOI'd-just turned on his tive, and they may be recaptured. State of Florida, to-wlt: ,

V; ;.J; return of their child.* I heel and walked away Would< not the Times-Union's sug Rant of Flair Section of !South-Runt 33, Townitliip Quarter 6- | 114 W. Day St.. Phone 5-4583 Jacksonville, Fla.

: When the other boys had gone I gestion be worth considering by I South Range SO Each, containing i
So Senator Ashurst's! proposed law cannot mean BO acre !>,
the j more or lexe.
tried to Bob l our Rotary Club?
I i get to explain to me !f Just think what -
; I. S of the kidnapping evil. Perhaps the only hope lies in the early iiiHt what the trouble was, but his I i'inly 'a boon a laige:; celery plantation erty The under axHexxment the raid of certificate tOe .,,1,1 I Ixxued"rnpI I

; capture and swift and sure punishment of those engaged in explanation was "Aw, it i would prove to Statke and vicinity! wax,[.nle.In .the.. xnnl. mime.. certificate of Hohert shall Matliewx be

1 : this most terrible phase of crime waxn't nothln' at all. We were .. __ redeemed nccordlnir to law, the prop

i I just j playin an' they got sore about Children's Clinic erty to the dexcrltied highest bidder therein. at will the be rourrhouxe Bold- Gowns Millinery
the awtl1g-'-but they'll be all right door nn the first. :Mnndnv In
OF YOUR WIFE." LARK CLEVELAND SAYS tomorrow. i Seven crippled children attend-I the month of April 1917 which Ix.
ed the clinic sponsored l the 5th diy of April, U 3T.
Larkin Cleveland, known as the Mark Twain of Florida Well the boy called J. II. was I, Children's Committee by In CrIPpled Lake ,I IQ'7 Ititted this tOlls day of February
swlngln' to beat hell when I left "FLOSSYE
:" E journalism\ in an editorial captioned "Beware of Your Wife !", but after what Jim said about his I|a I I City Tuesday from Bradford coun. (OFFICIAL A. ..SBAf. THOMAS) RAFFE"INCORPORATED

asks if we have to think wugon I couldn't I I ty accompanied by Mrs. Clennle Clerk of Circuit Courtof
ever stopped of all the fool names of help wonder In' HIckok, Bradford. County, Florida
L different kinds of how long it would J be before the ![ County Nurse. Four of 3-5-5t-4-2
cloth and how
it is for these will be
.. easy a mere idiotic lope would break admitted to the hoe- -
... ; man to forget them. lIe goes on to that his wife Yes sometbln'j pital I there later for treatment. The OTH .: "'<> 'PPIR
say seems to sir, kids are sure | I.V t TUB :NAMe> : OF THK STATE OF

it like to burden him with a hundred and one things to remember P. S.-Now we might all rise and i clinic Forte was surgeon Incharge In of Dr. L. L. I| It FI.nrUn appearing,,' l h" affidavit filed In WINDSOR HOTEL, Jacksonville

I to get time he down sing one verse of "There'll Be a cooperation with i that certain cauxe In the circuit
every town
k goes although she i is sitting Hot Time: In the Old the State Board of Health for ( Court In and tar Bradford County
4 within a foot of Town To- I whom Mrs. I Florida, In Chnncery. entitled L. Ki
a telephone at the time. Hickok the
"A local
very man is night. rep i Daniel. Plaintiff I v Myrtle Daniel, Priced $12.75
i especially hapless and feels like a dime's worth of dog -- -.- resentative. I defendant and the relief. prayed. for And Up
living Illvorce, ,
scraps lIst the defendant; I I..*
S when trying to remember the fool name of some sort of cloth Births I' a Ix over resident twenty-one of Iitlnexvllle year. of, Dvorcln.aire. and

his wife wants," Larkin concludes. Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Frlsby, j that there Ix no person In the State -
nervlce upon whom, would C
p ; Middleburg. girl Feb. 23. bind said
Many a man will sympathize with the writer and his dog Mr. and Mrs. Buford H. IT I* nllliKltKli: that the defend.ant \,

., :scrap! feeling. It is hoped that lots of wives will read this editorial Clay County boy. Hlgglnbotham. Feb.- I of ':Myrtle'imphilnt' Imnlel on the appear 6th to day the Kill of COLONIAL SIGN CO.

';., and will order their thread, buttons and dress material 21. I .} ronfexxo April, 11:17, : will otlierwlxe l h. entered a decree against pro.

: by telephone, thus helping to Mr and! Mrs George Troy Nor. S her fj' her failure to
I preserve the self-respect of their It (iS' further (, ltlr9"hal; this
man Hellbronn.
girl Feb.
1 husband Few 25. DAYS Order be published'' once a week fur 903 MAINSTKEET'
women would E8IC \
I want to live '
with Mr.
a man who and Mrs. Edward Starling, four conxecutlve week In the Brad NEON "AX
I ;it felt like a dime's worth of dog scraps. Lnwtey. boy, Feb. 25. of ford"general County l circulation Telegraph. a newspaper '
EALE publixhed In
.. ___ Mr. and Mrs. Sidney F. Griffin, I Irndfnrd! : County 'Florida.:: FLA.
-p ITNisM: hand
mv and
( .Starke, girl March 1. I the offi
I I IMr. March: 17 cial seal of xald, Court
When tin 18, 11teuIIT'H"I.L' : this the 4th
can tourists hold an annual convention does the and Mrs. Earnest A. Wllmot, ) S day of February, 1917.
t mayor present distinguished Starke.: boy. Feb. 26. j nato STORES I A. J. THOMAS, MANUFACTURERSNeon
guests: with n can-opener to the Clerk of Circuit, Court
I : : city? :Mr. and. Mrs. Lester J. Prevatt I!i S Po.a T
1.rl't. .Itarke boy March 3. S Attorney PRANK for 1\SrHtt'M Plaintiff. Signs Installed & Guaranteed

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