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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 19, 1937
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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; A. B. WILLIAMS : DREAMS OF THIEF COTTON AREA

DISEASE TEACHERS ASK JOHNS OUTLINES PROGRAM; UAWTEY FARMER CLAIMS UK

I SAW' VISION OK MAN WHO

RAVISHING SYSTEMATICPAY REPLIES TO NO-FENCE INQUIRY STOLE CANVAS LARGEST

i Chalk Prlngla, of Luwtey, Is
-- doing his own detective work these

TOBACWBEDS I WouldJte Tragedy To Would/ Require4cgsla. days. and lie uses an entirely new SINCE 1912

PLAN Small Cattle tors To Have method. lie snys that a canvas
truck on the fcnr
r '" cover hanging
. -- OirnersjRI.'Y $OOO!) at his home disappeared one night 10! () Acres t To UK
Blue Mold Attacks c Salary Schedule Would I recently After that hr Is what .
't\J\ Planted Here
Young Plants in ray $60 to $160Jlolllhly happened 1. as !Mr. Prlngl tells It. I.
} niT T I' OPPOSED WILL HAVE STATE: PAY "1 thought about the mutter nil This YearCOUNTY j

All Sections TO Ju C. OF. C. PLAN' PRISON I TIL11 COSTSOn through/ the day and then I went

: to bed that night and dreamed who
I :MAY HAVE' (;IN
JlTTEnI Replying to Walter L. Hays, the eve of the 1937 1 legislativesession had 1 taken 1 went to
8 II O U LD HE TREATED O I' T 1 M N. HUB. my canvas IF l'I({OP LAIHJE; ENOUGH
WITH NITRATE OF SODA TO HOARD FOR APPROVAL. I.A chairman of the Florida Junior State Senator Charley E. I this fellow and 1 sure enough he it
I Clmmber oi Commerce Orlando, Johns! said' here thin week that he had a cover Just like mine on his .
Sea Island cotton plnntmg rentinlsrrnt
Fear was expressed this week ,, systematic schedule of salary asking his position on the bill requiring -,' Intends! to introduce a bill "muk- I' truck tusked him where he got of twenty-five, vi-ars ago
owners to fence and be re- ng it mandatory that a candidate thut canvas and lip said It his
mold growth'and Increases for class room teachersin was Bradford
that blue a fungus are being made In l County
s sponsible for their livestock Senator running for the l legislature will I told him no It wasn't, that he
a new worry to keep sons of Bradford County, ranging froma gotIt thin month unit It in believed i
the soil awake at night, might minimum of $GO per month to a Charley E. Johns, of the Fifteenth have to sign a sworn affidavit that off my fence lie stall 'You're that at least 1.200: acres will be 1
I he In. worth at least $50.000: in cash
District made the following Chalker
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canvas.
ustt tobacco acreage In Bradford maximum of $160, has been submitted ymir devoted to this crop- a phenomenal
County to be cut one-third this I| for approval to the Board ofi i statement- and real estate. He sine was puzzled over how I Increase over I the 230:\ acres "

year Previously it had ben estimated I i Public Instruction by the teachei "Your letter of March! 9 Inquir- "If we can enact this Inta law It found out what he had. dune planted last year
will enable the people of Floridato ..
that 240 acres would be Hof 1 association. The schedule was ing how I stand on the no-fence .- --- ?
elect nothing but rich aristocrats Growers here are enthusiastic
planted here this year. drawn up by a committee compoa- question In ,the State of Florida
this newly revived crop'
I to the legislature und forever over money
The worrysome mold, compara- f | ed of a teacher representative from has been received and I wish to prohibit a man from being I FARMERSIn and the large acreage being planted

tively new In this section, attacks t| every school In the county. say that I am bitterly opposed to elected to that poor bbdy the man here now WILe doubtless inspiredby
In the seedbeds and does ,| At the present time the minimum any no-fence law being crammed .
plants I (! who knows the problems that con- Program the $10,000 that Bradford Is bellevcil
not yield readily to artificial control salary being paid any leacher down the throats of the people of
front the common people of our to have grossed from its
meaaures. This has caused a I i "like painting In the county Is $70 a mo'-th'; while our great state tit this time. We
a picture1A state. And I am afraid that it will small 19:16:> plantings It Is considered -
of plants since the maximum being paid to a high !have thousands and thousands of RECEIVE CHECKS
esrlous shortage I
success story Might be written j I.. also prohibit the common people almost a certainty that a gin
.school teacher without duties acres of land in Florida that'are
special -
not
did enoughto
most grow .
growers will be Starke when the
around Arthur Williams from having any voice In our stategov..rnm..nt' operated ,
allow for those killed. who'i. is $100. ( suitable only for cattle to graze
rolls around
a penniless youth from New | Senator Johns/ said, harvesting season
Cool, damp weather is blamedfor I got his start in Starke twenty) The proposed schedule providesfor upon "By doing this we will forever pro- $1.825 I ; IN I PAYMENTSDISTRIIUJTED again.
starting the', disease here, and I an increase of $3 per month for "In estimation it would be a
I years ago waiting on tables in a local my hibit a member of the legislature IN Increased plantings; are the order /
it Is spread rapidly by wind. It restaurant for $4 a week and !, each year's experience for a certain tragedy to require the small cattle needing a state job and 1 therefore it BRADFORD! ) of the day all over the state,

Is also reported to be ravaging'I I board. By hard work and thrift. number of years. The basic owners such as I have In my district will do away with the damnable an dauthorttlea have estimated
seedbeds In Georgia and the Caro- \ salary is determined by the train- to land and wire to fence
I j he worked his way up until he own- buy two-job man who seems to be sucha Bradford farmers have received that 12,000 acres will be planted In
linas. About all that growers ed Ills own.,restaurant,: and one of ing a teacher has had. their livkstock. I fully realize that curse to the rich aristocrats of $1,82500 to date of the $2.800.00/ elghten or twenty Florida counties.
I The minimum of $60 will be
whose plants have been infested the leading hotels in town. Re- j you are not Interested In the problems this state who want I the sales tax due them for compliance with thegovernment's The profitable long staple cotton

can do Is to thin out their from cently) he retired from the hard labor
try to keep the fungus and bad hours of the cafe to certificates' and no experience.The raisers, and tl\llt\ you do not care 1935 session of the leglslnturewouh.l gram last year It was Announced the boll weevil In 1013 From
-spreading! and set out their plants to his hotel. I schedule as outlined Is as what burdens> you may saddle upon Hi the t
devote himself entirely follows nut give them a soles tax county agent's/ office this 1023 to 1933 almost none was
ss soon as possible. However, a I Now he has more time for his garden -i ; them." so they put In to embarrass the wek About 130 farmers compiled/ planted. Governmental agencies
Salary based on third grade cer-
bulletin anonunced this week that In which he is seen above. He | The above was In reply to a let- two-job legislators. who only make with the program under which they began aiding. growers to revive the
I tificates :Minimum $60 00 I
If thee disease is discovered in the remodels and enlarges his hotel I per ter In which Mr. Hays wrote: $11 a day for sixty days every two I were paid for tiliinllnir soll-biilldlni g Industry in 1934. when 200 acres

bed, an application of nitrate of I gradually making improvements !; for month 5 $5.00 and per maximum month increase "We are preparing a bill and apparently years." crops such as cow pent; and velvet I were grown more or less as an experiment. .

soda may assist in hastening the ': almost continually. He likens this i II of $8 .years OO per month. salary I we will have enough sup This ironical thrust at opponents .1 beans. Lust year Florida farmers I

recovery of the plants. I process to "painting a picture" i Second grade without training. port to make )'t a real Issue at this of the so-culled two-job practice Work sheets are now being filled raised l 820 bales on 3,000 acres
will
Small acreages of tobacco I which he hopes some day to have I II meeting of the legislature." The was contained In a prepared 1 statement out for the 1937 program and nil and, received from twenty-six to
Minimum $70.00 month. $300
be tried In the New River and I complete. At the present time he Is month increase per for 6 Orlando leader of the fight for a In which Senator Johns/ previewed rill mers who wish tu cooperate thlity-three cents per pound. for it. lT '

Hellbronn sections of the county : making an attractive "front" at i per Minimum $93: .00 month.years. no-fence law further I stated that for the Telegraph the legislation j, should apply at ,I the ruunty agent's -,----- --.. -
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this year for the fiist time. Heretofore 'the rear of the hotel building, I per he sought td ''loci out" thofce' who he plans to sponsor trod ffice' before Tuesday.' March 30, #
has been Second grade with one year Guarantee Completion a
tobacco growing ; which will be attractive to guests> >i favored such; a bill In an effort support when the legislature con- \ .
confined to the area around I' training. Minimum $70.00 per the Bradford
At Its next meeting
using the Call Street entrance. to venes next month His article
Brooker. M. H.: Moody, Fernle --. '.- month. $5.00 per month increase "mo'lernIZiF101'Ida con,inued. Fish Knlcred Contest County School Board will be ask. )
Moody'and: C Butler'will-plntst ----0" r for fi years Maximum sulady $100 I Senator Johns vehemently denied Two hug fish weighing within ed to sign a resolution guaranteeing

HI New River! and Walter Clem- ROTARY CLUB per month. that there was a possibility for the "I am going tn sponsor a bill requiring two ounces of each other, were entered hat I It will provide for the coniplullun i

mons and J. T Kirkland will do 1 Primary and first grade certificates I passage of a no-fence law In the the State of Florida tak In a local contest thin: week of the elementary school I?

likewise at Hellbronn. It is generally I ,I and special certificates. Minimum next session. He branded such a I over and /stand the expense 01 A A. Simmon of the date auditing project here In the event that Fed- i
Condemns $75.00 month. $3,00 I move as a "tragedy to small lam\, criminal cases that originate ILl t
believed that their venture I per per department, on a visit here. oral funds are not available to the
will prove successful. I month Increase for 7 years. Maximum owners." the State Prison Farm at Ralford 1 caught a twelve-pound, black. bans' WPA after June 30. The request

I salary $110.00 per month. I which expense Is now being pad. In Hiantley Lake on Thursday! of came this week in the form of a
SLOT MACHINES Primary and first grade certificates hy etlhcr Bradford or Union Coun h t
"BERRIES'Unhurt last week Two days later H. V. letter from W W. Ivey area pro ,
ASSOCIATION and special cerUfla tell with ty whichever (bounty( the ensoriginates 'a I
local with
1 I[ In and as this Instltu, Knight attorney caught an ject supervisor headquarters
ono year training Minimum ; eleven pound. fourteen ounce bass In Green Cove Springs. The project ,

Of Teachers BANqUET IS POSTPONED $80,00 pet' month. $5.00 per month In Bradford lion pays Bradford and Union In the same lake. Both fifth were will be held up until the resolution
I I little taxes I feel thai
I UNTIL APRILSIXTH I Increase for 7 years. Maximum County very caught on a twelve-pound test line. I Is received by the WPA ,,
salary $115.00 per month.I it Is only fair that the state as i L '

TO MEETORGANIZATION I I -. I. or special two year college. I II BY LATE COLDPRICE whole, stand this expense now be,
i Minimum $83.00 month. $5 00 Ing borne" by two of the state'i

I CONVENES i here The Monday Rotary Club went at on its record meeting as I,,Maximum per month salary increase per $125.00 for 8 years.peri ; smallest"I am opposed counties to a no-fence law; I[{ WHAT DO YOU THINK? ] II

being In favor of a salary Increase month.L. AUOVE SJ.25:; "I am In favor of taking thi !
MARCH 18-20 I for Bradford County teachers as i AFTER. DROP TO .
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i I. and throe years college. odd cent breakage; now goes
AT ORANDO_.. )I I I, outlined by the teachers' salaryschedule I I Minimum $90.00 per month. $3.00 $:J.50) to the owner of the race tracks I No national Issue In recent nothing at all about what any.

Eighty-two teachers in Bradford committee of the countye8.chers' | per month increase for 9 years. and Instead of taking It to advertise -I years has stirred up no much comment one needs. '

County schools, with Supt. A. J. association. I Maximum salary $I3!} per month. Winter look a parting shot at Florida, apply the revenue' on pro und con, nn' the Presi lilt M. n. IIKKI.OMI: "I think the

Griffis, will attend the Florida Educational .. I The club also passed a resolution I Four years college A. B.; B. S. Bradford County Wednesday mOI'nling the payment of old age pensions. dent's proposed. program of court: !Presidents program i I" a good a

Association meeting', llsopproving and condemning the etc. Minimum $10000 per month. ( when early risers found a It Is absolutely Imperative that the reform<< Almost everyone, from thing. In our United l Stated i i

scheduled to convene Thursday I I ontlnued legalization of slot machines I $3 00 per month Increase for 10 heavy white frost covering the Legislature/ provide. a definite the highest salaried executive to courts lawyers are allowed to t
:I and other similar gaming ground Damage however, is be- to these old who les the trash basket excuse who are sixty-
morning March 18 through Saturday years. Maximum salary $150:; ,00 source of revenue pay the boy empl Jurymen
:March 20 in Orlando.It l I devices In Florida. The resolution I per month. licvetl to have been negligible, with people In Florida a pension. has formed a strong opinion five years' of age or over Then I
stated that it Is believed the machines strawberry bloom and young beans shouldn't be excused
was announced here this week I Master's Degree. :Mint I mum "I arn going to request Congressto after hearing the many arguments why Judges
that Supt. Griffis will deliver one take approximately $60,000- I $110.00 per month. $5.00 per I II coming through In fine shape.: pass the Townsend Old Age Pen tdvanced by both sides. ,Because who have reached the age of J +
I 000 a year out of the constructive Starke. and Lawtey have shippedan slon. of the unprecedented Interest In seventy?" "
of the main addresses entitled I month Increase for 10 years Max-
"Commercial Program In a Small- I channels of business In this state. imum salary $16000 per month. estimated S.OOO crates of ber- "I am In perfect accord with this matter the Telegraph Is It. K. (\KK.\HI.\F: ,, Lawtcy druggist .

.r County; Mr. Griffls' address I A copy of the resolution will be Credit shall be given for experience ries since Wednesday of last week Governor Conn's economy program breaking one of Its rules and In repeating : "I am heartily In favor of

will be a feature of the Friday afternoon sent to Senator Charley E. Johns previously rendered in the : Growers have received an average and. willing to help him In any way this week the question that the reform. What Is the use of I

program, shortly after 2:30: end Representative Fred Hazen. state or county price of $4 2:1: meaning a gross re- that I can. was used a short time after President having a President. and a Congress a 1
o'clock. I Because It is impossible for the ( I turn of around $21.250.The "I am going to Introduce und Roosevelt made' his startling If the Supreme Court U

Principal Leon A. Gray Is a I District Governor to be here on :I 1937 crop has already sponsor a bill creating an Insurance a nnou ncement. going to be allowed to declare

member of the standing committee I March 30, it was decided to postpone Brings Dasheens to TownJoe I I brought Bradford growers $123- Commissioner to handle the In our previous surrey we contacted unconstitutional all the progressive -

on the Teachers' Retirement Plan I the banquet, at which time I Griffin farmer living east i 553.50 in exchange for 1,00,000 Insurance problems that arise in mainly judges and lawyers legislation> they pass ?"

which Is called for Wednesday eve the charter will be presented to the I of town was showing some dash- pints of fruit. Total figures for the state, enabling a man to devote I with n high degree of) technical IC, If. ltrssKI... strawberry grow

ning and Thursday afternoon at I club, until Tuesday nigfit, April 6. I eens around town last Saturday.This : the 1936 season were 3,376,023: his full time to this Important office knowledge/ along thin lineVe er and truck farmer living northof

2:30.: Professor-Gray Is also invited I This will be a gala event with tropical root, similar to a po- I pints of fruit bringing'In an es- letting the State Treasurer found three opinions ugatnst the Starke: "I urn for Roosevelt's

to sit with the committee on the many high Rotary officials and \ tato in .its food characteristics, IsI I timated return of $245,279. devote hit full time to guard the reform program and one for It, plan because all men should bout :

Economic Status of the Teacher I members from nearby clubs attend- a comparatively new crop in this Plant City Is coming back fairly people's money My 1 Idea Is to This week we have not confinedour of public life at the age of t

which meets at 9:45 Thursday evening Ilrlg.I I section. It has a leaf shaped like I strong with fourteen cars out elect/ : the Insurance Commissioner Inquiry to any one class, but seventy as they have done all

and, of which Dr. A. R. Mead, I __ __.___ 1 the elephant-ear plant, but smaller. Monday and thlrten Tuesday. the same as the other cabinet officials have purposely varied It as much they can by that time and If they
U. of F. is chairman. Mr. Grlffls says the dasheen Is More than fifteen million pints of and pay him out of the fees I as possible. It Is Interesting to have not, It Is too late to attempt
"MAID OF SALEM"AT
Prof Harry Benson head of the I I i good for table use when cooked fruit have been shipped from there that are collected. By doing this tote that out of eight people' quentlnoned and! carry through any plan. Let r

Commercial department of the RITZ like potatoes, anl It Is also an excellent this season, bringing growers more we will add no additional taxes on seven were on Roosevelt's the newer generation start some--

Bradford County High School here food for cattle and hogs. I than a million and a half dollars. the taxpayers of this state> I dde, tiling I would not want to sue

Is among those listed a place on 'THE GENERAL DIED AT Anyone Interested In this crop I Louisiana Is reported to have had "1 am In favor of repealing the Here is the question again "1>0 any increase In the number of

the three: days meet. Mr Ben- 1 DAWN LAST TIMES may see It in the field at his home. seven cars nut Monday but It Is law passed by Ihe 1033: Legislature you approve of President Roose Supreme Court Justices, how.

eon !Is chairman of the Commercial i I TODAY believed that the present cold snap retiring the Supreme Court velt's plan to add a new Justice to ever.! "

Education program which I Jacksonville Short Cut will set heavy shipments from Justices of the State of Florida ata the Supreme Court for everyone I. M. AI.KX.A.NDKK; ; owner of dry

gives Its part of the meeting Friday I Coming to the Ritz Theatre Sunday there back until about the middleof certain age, with full pay. and I who falls. to resign on full puy after i goods. stores at Starke and Wal

March 19. and Monday is Paramount'snl3w Work may begin almost any April. am In favor of repealing the law reaching the age of seventy do: "I think that a man should
afternoon
The convening of the annual I hit "Maid of Salem" with time now on a short route overpass ----. passed by the 1935: session of Leg- years and six month Why?" I retire when he gets to be seven

Florida Educational Association f Claudette Colbert and Fred Mac- at Maxvllle on the road from Plane Here islature retiring state employeesthat I. A. (UAV, principal of B. H. 8.: i ty years old and give a younger

will thousands of teachers I Murray directed by Frank Lloyd. Starke to Jacktoovllle, accordingto hove had thirty yeais I service "Yes, I do approve of President i man an opportunity to showwhat's
bring Tin* Is a story of the days soon a news article in a recent Issue Joe Musleh of Jacksonville will "
from all of the state and I on half pay. Roosevelt's> plan. It would speedup In him. I do no' think
parts after the Puritans landed on Plymouth of the Jacksonville! Journal. The be at the local airport Sunday with .
of the that President
the work Supreme our Is trying to
Ideas for better school will
many be from a various I Rock when beliefs in witchcraft turn-off at Maxville will have six a fifteen passenger tri-motored, Two WrecksTwo Court by providing additional pack the court but is sincere la ?
gleaned suggestions ran riot causing the deaths I and a half miles between here and 360 horsepower Ford cabin plane his "
believed automobile accidents occurred younger and more vigorous men purposes.
., it was (if many Innocent allh8.1 mlesai 'the i cIty. Grading and drainage on for the purpose. of cnrylng passengers -
I during the past week that seriously to carry on the ever increasingduties ,1, II. MOOKK, chairman of Brad-
adventutres of ; the short route have been on rides over the town and
--Itirth s people i and the a i already damaged the machines but of the S.llil court Thenumber ford County school board 'Any
I man and a woman at that time. i i completed. Paving money I Is now surrounding country. The plane U did little than shake up the of justices: has bpenchang..d thing that Roosevelt! duos Is all
Mr and Mrs. Cecil Thomas i Playing for last times today Is, I j being sought from the Federal sponsored by K. G Duncan and J. more
with I
occupants.. A Graham collided witha at trust five times already right me. am with him
Stt'.rke'' boy March 12. "The W. Andrews Jr.. local Ford and
i General Died at Dawn" with government.
I In all he does 100
cow Thursday night on Road 31 In the nation's history percent, and
Mr, and Mrs., Claude Roy Prevail Gary Cocper and Madeline Carroll. ---. Standard: Oil representatives and :
I dam- see no valid reason to shy so cannot understand common
I near CampvlYl doing heavy any
SUrke, girl, March 13. anJ the first hundred i
Coming next Thursday Friday !\ cm passengerswill "
Attends Sheriff's Meet to the front fenders and radia- fearfully now at another proposed man who is not.
Mr,, and Mrs. Odls Hodge la the "Golddiggers of 1937. receive i ides at a reduced rate.Leave 'ge
I IV. N. .IOIINSO.V, local
Starke boy March 13. Sheriff A. O. Andreu of Brad- tor of the car. change. representative
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the Buick driven t, U \UKKI.I., head of the Law- of the Jacksonville Journal -
Friday night
'ford attended the
!olr, and Mrs.> Carlisle M. Ritch, County meetingof
tarke, girl. March 13. Singing Convention the State Sheriff; Association For Convention by Jesse Alexander was sideswiped tey Lending & Shipping Co : gave the only dissenting
E. John by a truck this side of Klngsley "IIyes' Mr Roosevelt and opinion met with this week when
J.Ir.and .Mr>>. Kbert Waldron.. Cradford County singers are Invited In Clearwater Wednesday and State Senator Charley
I left for Lake on Road 48. The fenders, ffis, advisors know more about he said I: "If the President retires:
Starke, boy March. 14. to attend the Florida. Georgia I Thursday, where sheriffs from the and H. C. Wait yesterday
Mr, and Mr A. L.Green Brook. and Alabama. Union Singing state's sixty-seven counties convened r.Tadenton where they will be official running beard, wheels and radiator what's needed than ninety-nine men at seventy and still piyspthem
I I Lake to from this to I were badly crushed: and smashed percent of all the people who and the new members too.
er,, girl, March 16.Mr. Convention to be held in the I discuss legislation of In. delegates county
and Mrs. W. M': Harris>, City High School Auditorium all, tercst and complete other routine the state convention of Young but Mr Alexander fortunately cs- I hs've passed grammar school. It will be a useless and .travv.

Stnrke. girl :March, 10. I day' Sunday, March 28. i association' matter> Democratic Clubs. ped serious injury. I The rest of the pople know gant waste of money ,. a





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of feed for livestock and In no Instance GUM BRANCH HAMPTOX GRAHAM I
May Apply For | 375: acres of faces.
', }. may exceed $100 MUh Elizabeth: Harnaze, ('or. Cerrr.ps.deat ,,lr.- L. C.: SMitk./ Cerr..p"nd.'iitMi
Now MI. .de :Alw.e i So it is ro w nder that shaving
AG? Crop Loans Farmers are not eligible for Lee Youngblood of
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Mrs.
and is big business for razor and blade MIAMIRobert
All and Mrs W. R Conner ol f r Adkln who spent PU)
there loans if they can borrow Atlas Grace called the
to
south Florida were
| manufacturers and
creams
Applications ( or emergency from an individual, production Starke spent Sunday with Mr and I two weeks with her (friend Mrs I bedside of their daughter Mrs J. I and lotions. All soaps raised on a haIr; tor of the weekly Ml\, I tr

crop: and feed loans fur 1937 are credit assoclnt'on! bank or other Mm Felix Sapp. Alma -Williams of Jacksonville, at- A. J, McKinney Sunday who Is a keen example of how modern the last nine years: di, ',

now bring received at County concern Emergency crop and feed : Mrs. Carrie Browning and chic tended the Victory Dinner dance very \ill.Mrs I progress gives us an industry that pital of pneumonia. : ,'," rl>

% Agent's office by Miss Etholln loans will not be made by the Farm ':dren of Ralford spent the week at the George Washington and George Conway and little did not exist at all a few decades had been employed t\ '"*'|

White who will take appUcaUons'I Credit Administration to standard end here with her parents Mr. and Mayflower hotels, while there. daughter.. Millie Ann were visiting ago.Miami 1 Herald. I ami Tribune. l;

; for the Farm Credit Administration. rehabilitation clients of the Resettlement Mrs Thelma Myers one of the her mother Mrs. C. Fogg last week .. .

: Administration whale 'crops or the livestock to be fed, teachers in the Junior High School for several days I. _:_--_...

These loans will be made only to current needs are provided for by will be required to waive their here, left laat S
farmers who cannot obtain credit Resettlement.As claims in favor of the lien to the home In Green Cove Springs. Mrs : LaCrosse were visiting Mr. and II 1
finished her work In good I
Myers
from any other source, as providedby In the past the security for Governor of the Farm Credit Ad and entire Mrs. Harvey Starling, Saturday
and the
regulations Issued by the Covet these loans will consist of a first :'ministration until the loan is repaid order patrons delighted to Mrs Annie Milliard of Trilby II Stuuz
be
would
f Credit Administration lien on the crop financed If the' community and Mrs. Ruby Britt of Ocala were : !!
nor of the Farm have her teach In the school next fyL
1 1CO loan Is for the production of crops, Checks in of the visiting in our section Sunday. ,
The loaned will be payment approved
money year. I
and If for the of feed for Mrs. Gladys Stirckland of Ocala
t't'Bt purchase loans will be Issued by the
limited to the farmer's Immediate The Rev. A..J. Travlce will Mr. and Mrs. E. I
visiting
was
$ livestock, then a first lien on the Regional Emergency Crop and "oJ 73.1.
the Christian Church
and actual cash needs for growinghis livestock to be fed. Landlords or Feed Loan Office at Columbia, preach at Strickland Sunday. I "
1 $ I next Sunday morning and evening.
r 1937 crops or tor the purchase others having an Interest In the South Carolina Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wasdin of
Mr... n. V. !flovnn' .. .I. having* her 1 .
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I Waldo was visiting Mr. and Mrs.
two story residence on Main 1
BETTE; n repaired.The I H. D Wasdin Sunday. .. "

I'' Rev. Joseph Jones of St.1 I ASK MOUE I'O11ElfLEESBURG : THE FOUR-LEAF CLOVER trader.,;.rk '
son University attended 1 IDEAL Fertilizer In a sign of extrKO|| ,
\ [ -The Florida Con better quality{ and bigger profits IDEAL "rope
here at t the Church last Brand,
Whating. ); Baptist I servation council will ask the 1937 are e\lra-good" fertilizers, made of finest .
nmu
; orKianywayl f Sunday state legislature to give the com rial. sclentlfctally blended with the utmost t ,. ..
!, ::4. WANTED The Boys 4-H Club of mission of game and fresh water by a company that has been making better i.7.
meets at the Wall tlllzers tor 44 .
City years.In
I money 1There Hampton// fish regulatory powers, Secretary
( the Starke and .
bleach
Thursday night La\\tfY action
., Eaves! Allison said. Explainingthe use" thl'1fo
L. A Johns, Jr., famous IDEAL Brands for:
I proposal, Allison said "At
| (4 4'Tbe :
prte''i' STRAWBERRIES FOR COLD PACK Publicity Reporter. present It Is necessary to go to the STRAWBERRIES

ling and, IjJ- ; legislature for action on many
? products u I'' Mrs H. L. Edwards. matters in the administration of TRUCK CROPS

I4lbl.! fog I.. f Will contract with growers in Bradford County for all the berries they Mr. and Mrs. Steve Carter and our fish and game affairs. This )san

ytoI, +, I can: harvest from their own fields from May 1st to June 10th 1937. Will Mrs Charlie Gaskins of Hell- unnecessary and clumsy method FIELD CROPS

means n|" ,, i pay :3c per pound net (Cups and Crates returned) for U. S. No. 1 Berries bronn were the guests of after MI88Elizabeth of handling the smaller prob

{ more co: j i i I Harnage Tuesday lama and a waste of our legislator
i packed loose in 32 Quart Hinge Top Crates Berries to be delivered at Ship. noon. '
"
better ,
| and mal. ",t.y: ping Wharf in l..awtey. Same to be inspected and weighed by Federal Inupector H. Keene and sons, Vancle R. C time-and-taxpayers' money. AL

Lto tnak*| i! | or by J. S. Norman T. I.. Wainwright F. R. Carradine C. R. Whitehead and Harley of Shamrock, were visiting \ DAMAGE: SC.TCHATTAHOOCHEE wus..t'. aS

f,more eat: I j t tToouf q t I, T. T. Blackburn or J. S. Eunice who will work under supervision of relatives and friends here -The life

the }'ederallnspector. Saturday night and Sunday.
| r
( v I savings of an aged washerwoman
kth. mat I If Berries pass inspection the growers will be paid in cash for net Miss Hazel Sapp spent the weekend nearly $5,500: : In currency, which

'?too uttt; if i pounds at rate of 3 cents per pound. Those wishing to contract to sell their Mildred at Starke Warren.! as the guest of Miss ,I she is said to have given a man .........I tOOMM rCtlttlCM COMFAWV t
f *
tOo culture the fa t 'j r entire crop of surplus Berries after shipping season is over will please get Mis Melba demons was visiting who befriended her In her Infirmities ,'AOIrt etV..U. fleeA i y ,

!many e l .: ; t in touch with your choice of above weighers and sign contracts. All con Miss Elizabeth Harnage Friday ) is to become an issue In circuit J. II.

coaclusfc j I \, tracts must be made and signed not later than April 1st but to be sure afternoon.Mr. court. The money was left WALLACE District Kep.
.
.
f Mrs. L. W. Furlow who died Ovals, Florida
,
by
j farm Slf j I" that you can contract your berries at this price you should sign up as soon and Mrs P. D. Reddish were
last September In a Dothan. Ala.,
( farm on I| $' as possible as we cannot pay this price except to those contracting the first visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp hospital. Onzie Tindall of this FULL STOCKS CARRIED BY
quantlti Monday night.
J
\v. can} I t ''t ( 600 acres. Miss: Evelyn Conner spent the place who, claims the money, has CARL JOHNS Starke Fla.J. .
j After the first 600 acres' hate been contracted for we will contract for week-end with her employed Senator W. C. Hodgesand .
i tory whf. grandparents, S. NORlI.La"te)'. ."1".
i profitsThar ( I an additional 600 acres at 2Mc per pound. i Mr and Mrs. J. S. Sapp. Clyde Atkinson of Tallahasseeto 0. W. ROBERTS. Lawtey. Flu.n .

i | Those not contracting will be paid 2c per pound if and we can use them i Mr and Mrs. A. D. Norman were represent him in court. -, --

volvedculture 1\ : but we are not binding ourselves to buy any berries except from those signing visiting In Jacksonville\ Saturday.Mr. I ---.

I'' '" contracts. and Mrs. P D. Reddish and {'OSFESSESTRENTONA

trol of J" Contractor will be paid SI.00 in cash to bind the contract Said $1.00 will children of Hellbronn were visiting man booked as
cueh as i ;, ; her parents. :Mr. and Mrs. J. S. :I Worth Roberson was held In the
be considered' as part payment and will be deducted from his first deliveries.
cect pe ''vf Sapp Monday night. I I county )Jail charged with first degree -
j!' l, O. J. PhilHns at Lawtey will notarize your contracts: free of cost to you. John Prevatt of Ocala spent the murder in connection with the

At.\ This Is the first!' t onoortiinitv that the Bradford Countv Strawberry week-end here with Mr. and Mrs. J. ['slaying of Mrs. Annlce Roberts 47

FEnT Growers; have ever had to dispose!' of his entire crop of !surplus' berries at a N Not'man. of Bell, near here Sheriff RussellE.

', price' that will enable him to continue picking as loner as his berries' last. Mrs. Louise Denmark spent the Davis said the accused man had

f weekend In Jacksonville! with her admitted the slaying and gave

l Oomr) ;, brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and "prejudice and robbery" as his
F' LAWTEY\ LOADING & SHIPPING COMPANY Mrs. A. J. Williams motive. He was captured in the

I. : Miss Hazel Sapp was visiting woods not far from the scene of

(BROKERS) he* sister. Mrs. P. D. Reddisn Saturday I the crime. .

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: J. I- II.RHELL.Ianalter: Miss Dorothy Norman spent BODY FOfNIJMARIANNA

Buying for John Dulaney & Sons pent Monday night with her :: --The body of Lawrence
Ip 11 grandparents Mr. and Mrs H. M. Williams missing from his da

/ CANNED FOODS McRae !home here for several days, was
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Shaw of the found floating in the Chattahoo-

Fruitland, Maryland State Farm were visiting relatives'n chee, Sheriff Walter Watford of

# wi this section Wednesday night. Jackson County, announced. Wil-
We are sorry to report Mrs W.
liams, 40( old local
year bookkeeper,
l
F Harnage {la on the sick list this
disappeared! from his home
week, We wish her here
a speedy recovery -
.,... .. and his automobile was discovered ,.
'I --.- __ .__ ...., y
I Ion the banks of the Flint___n river_. __. i. I oulltpHome
near Eainbriclge, Ga. Sheriff Wat-1 i 1 Ht1 oER McCALL'S

J U I tOt J went to Donaldsonvilla, Ga to ] eP i E

Idcttify;) the body and snip It home / Story Pictojal TTERf ES

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M(11T<>" SALESTALLAIIASSEE.The i I .,it*. ,+ II I JOURNAL FARM ,

WH&T WHfiR state suprtrne ,

remit tilled the sale of intoxicating i
,
liquor In counties which

vote dry by local option is punish-! per rr. RThl l Q ci er"" Poarr
-
able under the law. The I' 5.ritS1 OdeM 6 Moe d d
. dec'sion! 5. Coantry kc a RrrUal..l Yr
way handed down! {In a plea by''! 6ua aMW ,.. 6 am G Pare et
tstltll.n
ra
i Yr. JO
Ftank J. McLeoil that he could not t I et Q Cmt urnrlC
s il
OF BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA DC osejuted! for selling liquor; {In ,, k II' p thin told" q Vn G G O n Map 1. ri,
0 n
... dry Alachua County, Motl 2 Yn Q ircM
I Ioty.us contending Watt Noy 'i
rTI.i..u dte .
COMPANIES I 1I.lmWleF't'nSITflCt; : : ,N.1 L tST.\1't: : ; the liquor control act all ape 50 d (e1s1"', tYr. OUG" -- .
: repealed 4i/reOafM M
e ; _
.. I G OP M.t.tin. r-6 M0f ,
-- -;=::.-::.-- --n h I 1---- --- ------- 1 former prohibition laws and did i i I p 000D" atunMmrtm r'--1Vf. G wONd aaeasrr t '. Y'
--1
-- Mofh Yr
1 1I rP Uiere'n. nothing like mi Ire Cold ExcliioUe Hrudford County I>rulemlor f 1'l UUOHIl'OI-' Dtt.f'Olt .\\\S not high In court itself dismissed provide penalties.his case The und a rathgndu' >l u+)r* __-'Yr. 0 j 0yth gar U'z--; i Yr.

( ,\I.AI>IJIN Oil A: KLECTKIC REAL !SAIJE at One Dollar Per, authorized his piosecutlon. a pklohl Prop hlSup ryfh/y.-1/ Yr r

L.\\U.S.: and I Thousand. (. A. Drown, Siunpton I q efts Attkullaut 1 rr G l f
we full line ehedra 1
@tu curry it of I --- +nnr, "' V,
rrl I.'Ct'I1IPllt... ESTATE -('It,), .,"". NO \\'ln I\EftS r [) slhhOMJd "', Q Womrnyl'' rd J 'w 3 Y, fntt.t

-- tonhu
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1Fhrn, Ynn'ro Tired and 'Chlr.." Bradford Hdw. Co. IF YOU WANT: TOlU'Y. In the not far-distant past It -'-' I YAp
K.\:>IOSEurope was customary ,
: men to be whis
I ... Ci7LL OR RENT ,
.1. It. f)AHL.1M.K. Owner SEE US- kc red and one can easily under ;:
OAKKHLight's : stand why. It was too
N Only Next Door difficult to
I 1- _' __ I Ruth One of Our New mow off the fuzz it was a task of : OfFa N0. 1
Shell SlatTon"SKUVIXJ WILSONREALTY I endurance. A'II.: "... OFFEA N0 I
I
XK.MTII: ItAIHOS Nowipapor I Yr.
DenmarkFurniture 1 Low Price. But along came the safety razor MCI'IInl.. 13 } For O..lr. rue N.-.pap.r I Y,.) For** 0011 Four
Term (
CO. Easy 6

'IJ: ::4 : I: Co. ... Stern's GarageS Today mil behold there the are whiskers various! styles are out.and from Croup 17fifer... 10 3 Ki-sS.; A }f$2'40orrsi

*iun'f. .\rft KrrrKIng few Spring -. makes and new developments in NO.
t
IttT.\IL: MTItEMFAItMERMt ) this field of shaving It is thl. Nowipapn 1 orren NO. 4
I ''t Stock l>ery Day. Bi Sure to an Industry Yf.J AU f9ta 11111. Nowipapor 1 Yr
.
upon whiskers.
Iya.. 1>1.... It Before lou Ray ----, l : 9P.\T i()N S Somebody estimates that :' 2 Irom Croup A > Tor Ooir 2 tr.m Magada.Group. A /tor 0.11

-- ::::'" r To Combine shaves an area of a man 1 14"9..11.feomOroua. B I I $2.25 Mag.ai... $ .50

).\ :! ---- ECONOMY &: EFFICIENCY forty-eight I tram Group
4 .I SIVCLAW square Inches; that the average
.
.
I'M 0.. number of whiskers ,
--- SERVICE Oil on this
? (II.!> ..ANT: KKI<< : I1HI.K I1KOCKKH: I'JIIIXO KAPIOS n lltr.INICAItOHNA in 23,000: which seems to us a area bit i j

i t.4N1) RECOMMEND FERTILIZERS A. W. Anderson's e:>excessive although we have !' Am.rlean Am.riean sop _. 12.00 Moehiml, a Inroodo 371
.
FINK KC'KMTI'KEI.OV never Fruit C"'* .'_ 1.75 I BModom .. _
__
plots 3.00
1 A
Peterson's Dairy A. M. DARBY counted them. The average growth .Amorlaa...., Homos Ma and a of each whisker In ....,- GGr4. SAO Oppe.bdty __ 301
M"9
.
.r. _
PRICEY.E.INY TKHMS: Service Station hours twenty-four Ca ,t. 1.70 ......... 140.,_... 317
Is Cappof-a
Products .- PHONE 1.18 one-hundredth of an Inch, Child 111*Truer 1.75 .0Il1 .lI.r (......Ir) 110
no the 2.1S PbT"oa Culture. SnCoW.r
average face
Phone 175 i Hart furniture Co. SEEIJS AND PLANK Inches of whisker's dally produces, which 250 we Country Chri.UoB-.H W.ml_..:: 5.50 S.SO: ptet.Aal pholopinr' : 5..i.w 1'00 3.11

-- again feel is 1 yt 1.75 papules Moehaalci. __ 301
,: i.ij i. Among Th..m1'1: -7 lvr+l 'CR SALE!! Improved World Firestone Tires' Tubes At can offer exaggerated, but we OoUnoal 2.15 Popular 8.1.... Mosthlr_ I es
\KHVS !' Poster no proof to the contrary. Poultry "' 1.75 N.... 111
SIi<4Tltt. I\'S pepper plints. Improved Farm Journal I Jodlo (UlutIoCIlj.)
ii INSURANCE 13-28 Multiply this yr.- 1.10 Rodbook
1 Service Station "by the number of fl.ld and Stnam. Maqailno Sfs
vtU-reslstinfr
i MANNING'S TOKIU'KLL.VSUlIirK'S : ...... -riant. Ft. Myers Mnrlglohe Market tomato CITIES SERVICEGa men shavers in the United States How Flow., wrowor .5.15 3.4: $ :=.Jaod." et BoTlowJtaU rw 1.00

COOK'SS. Johns & pi"nt pl+nts. See E. R. Bower egg-at Oils my 45,000,000.: and it is found a Ho.... Art.N..dt.eroa ad Gordon._ __ 2.45 1.10 S11.Sor..n., em..a play. 1.00 ot
I
f fi fi K JOIIXH Wainwright flatly of Hoobolll
KEEN'S; BAK. Canova Pharmacy! tf crop ino.OOO miles of whls- Llborrr, NO'lClII 1.71 Sport." A8.111 300
S'o'rT.S U.,, JOE> SISTIU'NK Owner r I Ul.rarr: 'Z.t : : su.o..lg Farminf 1.10
., ) 1''r-SUER ISst'nAS'EGY.SCY .... TRAIN : McCaU. S ___ : sn. Sroq Megaslo.:: 3 t1
,, i l\1.\UNOU.\ All T)|I..-.. of Innuriinrelth iKIS THAT" stT'EEUT- or I- I Our schedule SCHEDULE changes Magatlu 2.00 W.._'. W..rl" .. .. 1.00assrnI..IIrerY
December\
"'n.. ) Old Hrllahlf {'umpanlrsPLl'ylRl I i 11), and
White's StoreSuch trains will runs as follows:
r'( ''if ..... Southbound ,
.
!'' I UR t'G01YT8! I -, i>" corn heim*. squash pea. You Can Find Ii Vo.:- 1-Due Staike 11:31: P.M I teats I use rSd
x>aniit<.
\ | > rhiifun,
U rope und crules. :--ro,
15:
-Due
: Starke 4:98: Gentlemen
Cole Planters : P.M I II
.; ... IJUtrlbuturm.UE Ho.:- 107-Due Starke 9:58: A.M I
UK ..1RCPRESC'RIPTI: :--ro. 191-Due Starke I enclose I for which{ please send mo

':( ': ;;I!. ON; LET .US\/ THOROUGH CtlEOtll PLU.MIUNO HAVE JUST RE What You Want I : Northbound 10:39: P.M. 0 the magailnts I have cheeked, together with I
(
Hol'YE EI\EO A .
't',,, Vo./ 2-Due Starke Y year's subscription to
FICESH 5:05: A.J.L' your
EXI'EKTMMitchell's {'I.E STOCK : newspaper
: "I \NINO OF FOKD-HOOK '
| :S'o./
\ I 1 16-Dua Starke I
MM\ BEAN; 11:24: A.M.
II
SKKI
(., J. L. Simmons* lieuonablePrices. In Vo./' 109--Due Starke Name
This
Drug Store | At the Corner 3:39: : P.M _
; 'f I i Starke
), and 'ann"'fl
I <(iilck Uependiiblf. Plumber Brunch I
fo .
Sertli Suwannee Store 101-Leave* Starke Tuu: A, .... Street or R. P. D- .
*". 102:
-Arrives I
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bLUME TWO ST.XKKE I"LORIU.nun \\ l\I\It'U 19, 1937 Sl'l\mtlt TWKNTV-KIVK:

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EDITORIAL STAFF Dr. Tibbetts Speaks; CALENDAR OF EVENTS Safety Lesson Via Shakespeare DramaIs -


F.DITORINCHIEFVIRGINIA: -FUGATE Gives Piano DonationThe Monday Student 2:30: March Government 22: meeting. Motion Pictures Well Attended [l ELE-MENTARY ECHOES ] '.


LITERARY EDITOR high school students and Faculty meets, 3:00.: Wednesday, morning; the Chevrolet The Beta Club sponsored. the

MARTILE HEMINGWAY part of the grammar grades were Boys 4-H Club, 1:00.: Company presented ua four ten how "As You Like It" Thursday) ,.
23 Safety afternoon at 3 o'clock. They made KI.KMKNTAUY:: :: IIATKL garet Monteith, Mary Lee ( >" r
honored last week by a talk given Tuesday March : minute motion (pictures on
SOCIETY EDITOR by Dr. George F. Tibbetts, world B. H. S. Journal Club meeting and Physics The first picture $805 to pay for their Beta Club Our program opened, by all singing street Wanda Pearce, Ida' LeiKM i

FLORIED KILLINGSWORTHI wide traveler and lecturer. I 2:30.Wednesday: showed the way to drive safely In Journals. "America" and giving the Flag cox, Mary Alice YaYrbrough Min ;

EXCHANGE EDITOR I, He spoke of the conditions of the March 24 : traffic cross-roads. parking observing The club has had several call Salute. We then sang "Onward llazcn. Teacher. Gloria
Third Grade Ooopei
MARGIE'MCMILLAN world of the good one may do if Home Science das visit St. signs, and etc. It also I meetings in the past:! week and the Christian Soldiers' and repeatedthe led Sue :Mlddleton.\ Selettn
Lord's Prayer. Mrs Wall Marjorie
I Augustine.Beta showed pictures where the peopleweren't members have taken
he tries and! of "turning the cor- a great Intel"est Teacher.
SPECIAL REPORTERLOIS Club 2:30.: I careful and what happened. us In the songs "fi'alht'rVe Thank Sparks. Miss BuiUlington. -
ner" from a life of selfishness to in the club. They now have
JUDD one of upefulnetis and goodfellowship. Thursday March 25: The next picture showed the I twenty members enrolled Thee" and, "Jesus' Loves Me." .

I Elementary: Chapel. I parts of a motor and the, functionof .,-- Maurice Edwards Jr., from Mrs. Fourth B: Jimmie Bradley Ray

THE EDITOR: SPEAKS Friday, March 26: I each part. The third picture, 1 Seventh Twelfth Rltch'a room played a piano solo mond Parker. Mlas Hlnson. Teach _
We enjoyed his talk Immensely. '
High School Chapel. : "The Water Boy" showed us what' A rhythm band formed by a group er.

St. Patrick Accompanying Dr. Tibbetts were I effects and how t'1.ntlal'att'r!. is to I First In AttendanceThe of boys and girls of I the third and Fourth Grade: Bernard Jordan

three ;young men, his secretaries Beech-Nut Circus i the car motor and the results of fourth grades played "The Secret' Arline Dew, Dorothy Williams,
Do you know who St. Patrick who have traveled a great deal
letting the car run dry. The fourth two tho director. Some Miss Edwards, Teacher.
celebrate his I rooms having highest with Gene Noegel
and why we with him. :
iis Viewed By Pupils and last picture showed the duties attendance for the sixth month boys and girls from Miss HogHwi'sroom Fourth Grade: Robert Biggs
? ;
ithday I They played and sang several I .. )I Dale Carl Crumpler, Mack
Saint -- i and necessity of the lied Cross were Mrs. Long's twelfth grade sang. "The Organ Grinder's, Cherry
Patrick was a '
St patron selections and exhibited some Interesting The Beech-Nut Circuit was presented dogs In Switxerland. They rescue' home room, which had an averageof Swing." Finch, Bryan Marrell, Gene Noegel
lived In Ireland about 1000>
he> 'I Arab costumes.We to the school Friday after- people from the mountains when Reporter, Ida Lulu Davis.IIONOK Mary Esther Crews, Oleetu Green.
ars Traditions tell us that I 98 and Mrs. Hayes' seventh
ago. hope Dr. Tibbetts will honor noon which everyone enjoyed very they get lost and take aid to them. Edna: Mae Moseley, Gloria Price.
the of his grade with th.avel'age of 07.2.
was means ridding
I us with another visit soon. Dr. much. Not only did they give us We want to take this opportunity KOI'. Roberta Whl.flel<1. MH! Aitklns
Other rooms having a
of snakes by his entrancg I high average
antry Tibbetts offered to give the first the pleasure of seeing the amusing to thank the Chevrolet Com Mrs. Teacher.
music. This la odd as cnakes Carpenter's home room and
vet existed on this Island. ) ten dollars to the.school for a new "circus but they also gave us chewing pany for being so kind in showing Miss Maxwell's ninth grade. First Grade:: Homer O'Neal, Min Fifth Grade: Betty Harclunhrook.Rlnora ,

piano. If a few more friends of the gum. The boys in the office us these pictures I nie Lee English: Miriam Ilornsby. Bennette, Harold Prevatt
After a hard life under the hands I :Mrs. Hayes' seventh grade won
school will follow ..da splendid example attended to the little children very I Wilma Raulcrsnn, Marjorie Manning Keeffee Pills, Hilda Yantz
who sold him into slavy I
the attendance for
pirates we can have a "greatly II well and avoided confusion. The I WT.1<'0\:0..;I> prize January. Myrtice Warren Minx Ruby Fifth Grade: Joe Knglloh. Leon
he became a devoted Chris- The room was awarded a picture.
needed" new piano for Bradford man in charge complimented the FoundSeveral new dance steps Lilley, Teacher. ard Peek, Marjorie Davis. Kathleen
nn and escaped to France, where -.
entered the monastery. After High School. Who will give the school on good behavior. i iI by John and he really made use Storkwell. Fay Yarbrough.Mrs. .

next ten fSchool I e I II of them Friday night. Now For A SmileMr. First Grade: Ono Demorost Emma : Hart Teacher. '
for the Ministry he w.ntck .
eparlng I.
to his native country. He I i \\ \VONOEK: WHY i Lost-By Phillip- the way to the Jane Ueiwley, Audrey Ann Sixth Grade: Nina Bishop, Gloria
ExaminesN Benaon-"If put Prevatt. Ruth Johnson, Eva: Janet -
you your Buforxl Shirley Colley, Ida Lulu
, ent the remainder of his life The girls had such a grand time I Club House Friday.
hand in right pocket and find te Priest, Claude Johns, Billy
your Davis Dorothy Lee" Johns Patsy
rlstianizlng the Inhabitantsere. Friday night at the dance LostBy Miriam a perfec.IY good
Model Fisher BodyThe 75c and put hand In leftpocl.et Smith Rebecca Simpson, Leroy
I A certain freckled faced junior I date Sunday night. ;your your Keen, Betty Marnhburn. Verlona
and find! 75c what do you Hatrc-ll Joe Montrlth, Paul Cano-
Phillips', Julia Frances Stewart
boy Is peeved with a black haired Found- -By Myrtice, Bing Crosbythe
| He spent his life and time doing ; "
model Fisher body which second have ? vn, Shirley Montgomery, Mary Me- Mrs. Eunice: Scaring. Teacher
I bod for others and from that he constructed Eddie Hart- senior girl? Kinney, Odessa Thomas, June Hell.
, by
was I Lost--By Willis two dates last John ToroOe--"Somebody' ('Isu'. Jon Andrews, Jimmie Grlffls
bceived his. greatness.. man was on display In the hall two Myrtice is so fond of the" song, week, but he doesn't seem to be pants." Mrs. I KIncalii, Teacher Richard Jackson 811 Barefoot,
'Moonlight and Shadows? I
days last week. I Why worried. First Grade A: Bill Underhill Doris Mae Gaffney, Rrtha Geiger. ,
I
EXCHANGE Is Frances so fond of it too?
The body is highly prized by Eddie Lost By Dot a date with a New Robert Jackson (hitch hiker) : Bobby Hull, Don Martlenbrook, Alvertlne Johnson Violet Johnson,

because with it he won first Billy Is going around looking so I York City boy.; "Say Mister I'm going your way." Doris Rains Cora Hell Jones. Miss Lois NewHomo Onle Mae Starling
1 Edna Salmela from Vero Beach I
prize for his school at the Tampa sad and gloomy ? I Lost By Billy. one Invitation to Motorist' "Fine I'll see you Madge Midilleton Teacher. Clarice Thomas. Mm. Wnlnwrlght;,
is stu-
quitean outstanding
tnt a" State Fair last year. He also won I I Hazel Is watching the mall so I Hampton. there." Second, Grade: Billy Henson, Teacher.
at the High School there as
first prize with the model body in closely now? Can be be stickersfor Robert Conway, Bobby Dyal, Herbert ---.--.---
heir school The Blotter"s. I
Edna paper was voted Miss Vero : competition withal the schools In her car that she la looking for? i I Students Continue Myrtice-.-" ;you; have your 1es Drew B.: C. Holtzemlotf:: DUTCH PKO.IKCTS

the United States. i Edna is always teasing Beatriceand I sons for tomorrow?" Harvey HudNon! Jim Frank Jordan IN TII1KII 1 (illADF.S!'
each High, School. Then In the Lesson Via Radio
,pularlty contest she was votede I' Eddie said he built the body In 1 f I Myrtice? I Beatrice- -"For tomorrow; why Charles Knight, Barney Mc- Mrs. Biggs' and Mrs. Roberts'

best personality, most indus- about six months. Our school! is I Some of the girls ale looking forward : School is I haven't my lessons for today Rae, John Williams. Mildred Williams pupils have been studying about

ous, moat 'studious, most intel- I proud of Eddie because he may be to next Friday night so excitedly I Bradford County High Club I yet." Ruby Green, Joyce Moore Holland. We have a Dutch project t
its better Speech
.
one of the great inventors or man continuing I _----. -- ---- Shirley Ann N'H'g'I.lIuy\ Weldon,
tual and the model student. 2 o'clock of our sand table. We made Dutch
at '
afternoon
Jean Gifford was the outstand- I ufacturers of the future.BIOGKAPIIV I The name "Pat" Is on B.O many i every radio Friday station WRUF by Lester E j'ERGIEFJNMr. Merry Wlnkler. Mrs H. C. Hitch, posters, read stories about the
over !
g student in the Junior High I Intest. I minds, ? Hale. ., F. A, Howler', C'orrmpomlrnt Teacher. Dutch people' and learned a song,

She was voted the most OF I We, wonder why Friday night is T Second Grade C: Wlllliim An "Little Dutch Mill." Friday wan

bpular, best personality best I FLORIED K1LLJNGSUOKTII I mentioned so often in this column? Last Friday Mr. Hale talked on Mr. and l Mrs. Leslie McClc-llun thony Andrews, Lucile Alvarez, High Day for us.! All of the girls ,

rsonality, best sport, most indus- On March 17. 1920 a smiling Did something happen then? how to overcome stage fright. and children spent Saturday |In Ray Drlskell, Gay Drlskcll Shirley brought dolls dressed as Dutch

Qua most studious most Intel- brown eyed daughter was born to Virginia is sick today? Is It because I These classes. seem to be very Jacksonville. Judd, Margie Manning, Rosa Mae' children. A prize was given to p t

tual neatest, and the model stu- Mr. and Mrs. Killingsworth who that certain person didn't I beneficial to all of us. and we hopeto Cohen Peele Is spending the weekIn Manning, Willie O'Neal, Franklin Bernice Cooper for the best Dutch

nt. was later christened Floried and come this week-end ? )I, be able to listen to the remaining Jacksonville with his brother Young, Mary YaYhtz. Miss Kitty doll dressed by the child herself, f
to be tall and lectures. I,
---aBIOGItAPHY-- who has grown Chcatham Peele. Hogaod, Teacher. and Melba Strlngfellow also won a
slender with brown hair. HAPPINESS Miss Louise Rosier spent Thursday Third Grade B: Elmer Lewis, Ester
OF ,i, I'll BE. ".\I'PU': prize for the best dressed doll. All
PATSY EDMOXDSOX I Floried started to school at a By Ethel Taylor I They'd let me Increase the number I night with Lortne Rosier at English Robert Johns, Davis of the boys! brought kites but the i

young age and was very intelligent Happiness is one of the greatest I of men in the Supreme Court. I I Woodlawn. Hunter Mrs BlggH Teucher. win was not strong enough to take :

)n the morning of May 31, 1918, She attended school at assets a human being can possess. '! President Roosevelt. Mr and Mrs Frank Truce and Third Grade: Bernice hooper, them up very high/ There was a }

little baby girl was born to the i, Tampa through the seventh grade, .i It gives to us the supreme Indiffer- They'd lay off my wuges.President (I I children and Jack Cruce spent the Levctta Grlffls Agnes Lewis prize kite for the smallest homemade (

ondson family. The baby was I then she moved to the State Farm ence to the worries and cares about ( Ttgert of the U. of F. week-end in Perry. Joyce Prevatt Irene Stewart kite flying, and a third (prize is

the blue-eyed type who seem- and lived there two months. Dissatisfied us. There are as many sources of We could have played Plant City I Mrs. Fannie Griff and son, Oletha Thomas Mrs. Roberts for the novelty kite carrying the j

at first to be very energetic.I I' she moved back to Tampa I happiness about us as there are first.-Randolph Quarles. Henry and Mrs. Doris Strickland, Teacher. most ornamented tall and cutters ,

? father and mother finally de- remaining there for only two different types of individuals. The I could study law at the University of Maxville were visiting relatives Third Grade: Leon Gray Bradley on the string of one. or more other

jed upon a name Patsy. Now weeks. She again moved to the two distinct sources are good and '. of Florida.- Grace Arwood.I here Sunday.Mrs. Geiger" Marion Manning Marvin kite*.
I I J, S. Sapp and children Montgomery, Billy Overstreet Wesley _
tsy was a very healthy babyo
State Farm and started to Bradford i evil. Some good sources are helpIng I could get In "The
thougbt some one must keep High School In the eighth' others. Some evil sources are Bob Long. Jal1house"-1 spent Sunday here with her mother Shiner, Hazel Fields. Eater: The present American patent

r in their arms, while she bounc- grade. After living at the State greed crime and Innumerable oth I could be two places at once.-- Mrs. J. S. Rosier, Gilffls Merry' Beth Knight Mar system Is more than 100 years old p 1

around ---- ---- --
smiling. Farm for two years she moved to era. Living for those about us is Rosa Mae.

As the years passed on Patsy be- Starke and Is now one of our out- perhaps the very greatest sourceof All our dances were like the last I '
in to think how nice it would be seniors.As The Junior Women. '
standing What Do You NeedIn
I happiness. Altliougii we may
,, 'know how to write her name .
chairman of the attendance not realize It. the good deeds we
like I MEEK
:Just mother. .So when she waaadx' TIIOt'.IfTS "OH l
committee she is doing splendid do benefit us almost as much as
ber mother started her in one I 1. The man who only half tries
work and she is also a member of I Ii the
ones we help. Happiness attracts
of'the elementary schools of Brad- does not even half make good. I
I
I'd County. As,she had inherited i the newspaper staff. people in all walks of life. 2. The first element of successIs Printed Forms Office Supplies Social ?
Stationery
letermlnatlon from her parents English is Florieds best liked I Il It gains for us many true friends, the determination to succeed or i

was soon climbing on up in subject, she likes lots of friends, as we all love to be around a care 3. Intlatlve: doing what should (Don't tell us you don't need ANYTHING!)

studies year after year l and likes all sports although she i I free happy person. Happiness is be done without being told. '

/hen she bad finished the sixth doesn't take a special part in any very contagious. Contact with other 4. Every failure will teach a.

Ide, Patsy then attended Hamp- i of them. Like most all others she I happy.persons always help our man something if he will learn. LETTER HEADS RUDItER STAMPS AND I'ADS ,

1 school for two years. Here I does not like conceited people. I dispositions and revives our spirits. 5. He who knows he can do I

showed her inherited will pow- At an earlier age Floried was I II i Riches do not make happiness. It I dares to do what he knows he can I II For business purposes and social usage. You find new uses every day for rub

!and determination even more. I bashful but she has outgrown it. is not a thing to be bought or sold, )I do. : Special attention given to work in two .r ber stamps and the time you save will soon 1
but
Sen she completed the eighth : Although she is not conceited she can be found even in the very 6. You can not do anythingby more colors. Your letter head should be a pay for them Also best quality inking i

|de she was determined to go is bard to get acquainted with. simplest things of life. The lowliest doing nothing. work of art-get away from the scratchpad pads. *

|to high school. 1 After she has graduated Floried are often the happiest. The variety.
key to a good disposition is happi- ANSWERS: TO I1031ONY3N1CeilingCovering : = }
'hen the time for school
came plans to go to a business school
ness. It shows plainly in our of a room. P
tart Patsy was there ready too and train for a stenographer.
faces and is noticed by close ob- Sealing--Cloning tightly. ADDING MACHINE RIBBONS
work. But bad luck came to Floried is an active worker in
servers. A face is 2--l\1ade---Past tense of make.
smiling a greater I ENVELOPES
,sy. Just as she was getting I the Beta Club and the Junior Woman's
ornament than the finest Maid-An unmarried girl. Of course you knew we carried i typewriter t
ted
ut six she months began she being 111. For I Club. clothes. Activity and occupationare I 3---Read-Past tense of read. I Sure you can buy them already stamped ribbons, but what about the adding '

th in various hospitals lay and near al- great factors In happiness. A Red--A color. from the Government, but they will have machine ? We have them too and the pa- i

fat home. GIVE YOl'RSELF A TEST lazy person or one who has no 4-Peace--A state of quiet. about as much personality and l.DtJividupf'r rolls upon which you add up to see

tier a long time she recovered definite work in life is seldom very I' Piece.-A portion ality as another striped suit at the State how much money you'd have if everyone ;

was back in school studying I The Game of HomonymsFrom cheerful. Although we cannot alter 5--Core -The center. Prison Farm. paid the bills you send them and you did-

d. By her determination and ( Correct English) circumstances, we can do much Corps--A body of men n't have to pay the ones they send you.
I By Estelle B. Hunter to overcome them and develop a I 8-Knead-To press into a mass.
:kablhty she soon finished her I .
I good disposition. Through suc- Need-To require.
th She '
year was glad
J very I Words having the same sound cess or failure let ua always be in I 7SleightSkill.SlightSmall., .STATEMENTS
so was every one that knew
but different meanings are called pursuit of happiness. With some I SECOND SHEETS
Some business houses stopped sendingthese
I homonyms, such as air, heir. Usu- 8 Fair festival.
people happiness Is A
a gift: with I -
hen school started In 1935: out during the depression but the No use to buy expensive when
lay ally, though not always they also others it Is the rseult of much effort -I Fare-Price transportation. papers
was there in the tenth grade. differ in spelling. Confusiop of on his or her part. -I-no.-To understand.No time has come when you can reasonably appearance doesn't count, but if you do

Her e took to five and six subjects in I I such words is of course unapparent Throughout life we must let I -Not any. expect a fair return on your investment in need the best we can furnish watermarked

% finished get the her tenth sixteen grade credits with in speech but is quickly revealedIn I happiness be our goal-and if everyone 10-Wait-to stay.WeightQuality. a three cent stamp. We hare a very special bond in all sizes-even that extra long legal

f I' writing. will do that we shall find of being heavy.zel size that you can never borrow from
average of "A" on everything I price on statements.CARDS.
fehe decided to take summer Try to place the proper homonym the world a much more pleasant Louise your friends. Also that thin onion skin
Thomas, / Warren.
place In which to live. for making copies
pool so she would graduate a before the following definitions I t

IT earlier and go about makingown for example: 10TH. B
I' Air-Atmosphere. HONOR 1 .
way in the world. ROLL Harriet Benson, Clara Flume

this year we find her still work- I Heir-One who inherits. -- Sidney Criffis. Lorraine Hartman, For business, political and social uses. ODDS AND ENDS

; hard, always smiling, and will- I 1. Inner overhead of a room 12T1I. GRADE John Arthur Torode.
to help her fellow classmates'' Closing tightly I Virginia Alvarez Grace Arwood, Either printed, engraved or embossed. Rubber bands gem clips, all kinds of

school when ever she possibly 2. -- Past tense of make. Madeline Crosby, Irene Davis, Pat- 9TH. BXV. Too many styles to name, but samples are binders, even ink in quart bottles we can
i
I
She is liked by everyone who An unmarried girl. sy Edmondson, Katie Fugate, Mar- S. Rivers Leland Sponholtz, here for your inspection and all prices are save you money on all of these. There

acquainted with her. tile Hemingway, Lois Judd Floried Milo Sponholtz Juanita Barefoot reasonable must be other things that escape!'! us just
3. Past tense of read
'
Jibe doesn't mind saying she likes I A color. Killingsworth, Myrtice Killings- Marian Dowllng. Margaret Lowry now but you can ask.LEGAL .

|ool-especially subjects like hls- worth, Margie McMillan Lola Loral Bennettt.

|y, and English and hopes some I I. A state of quiet Moore, Ethel Packham Ro a Mae -

to be a school teacher or be A portion: Rowe Oleta Smith Arlie Spon- 9TH. B WEDDING INVITATIONS

netted with postal service. 5. The center. holtz, Ethel Taylor, Marie Tlson Alice Peterson v Caudle Hazen BLANKS

ire's the 1936-37 Senior class I .:... A body.of men I Jack Underhill Hilda Wyrick. I Elizabeth Flummrr. Willa* Vida The folder type in white or the new Don't bum your legal blanks-buy them

khing, her all the success possi- 6. -. To press Into a mass. ,, 'I Kllllngsworth, Dempsey Sapp ivory color. If you must economize on this from us. We have everything youll I need

l To require. : I IT II. A item we have a line that looks like engravwhether you're buying a cow or mortgaging -
atsy was voted by the school Margaret Davidson Doc Wainwright Til. A .\VD B
7. SkL'l; feels like engraving, but doesn't cost inuyour home. Our blanks will do
(the best senior L. O. Jones Carol White Jonuv everylike
girl citizen. She --Small. Snookey Corptclng.: Ferol ,
thing but the
offered a trip to Washftagton I I 8. A festival. laoie Mae Quarles Ancil Futch. Carolyn Keen, Alta Smith, Billy engraving. pay mortgage.

I a week, 3rlffls. Stanley Noegel.-

By Leola Norman. I I -Price of transportation. Lint B Get 29 On The Telephone, Please, James

9. To understand. Billy Long, Hazel Moore, Edna mi. A.

sep *ea fishes sometimes "fal I I -.-'Not any. Pearce, Frances Peek. Enos Hayes Margie. Matthew

into lighter pressure areas, ..10. To stay Shirley Morgan

*U are unable to get back down -- Quality of being heavy. 10TIL A Bradford County Telegraph

kin due to the expansion of air] How many did you answer? Mary Edwards, Ruth Murrhee, rru. B
I
ljderi. Answer elsewhere on the page.iffI Lorena Rosier, Bertha Taylor, Ha- Carrie Bell Bennett






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1 1AGt i Mrs. W. E. Murphree Hostess- ''e. D. C. Entertain I-.p-, ..n iMited,"mail"to" the HI'l""' u"cl"'II1"ur that' .. bunking it has Lenten MeetingThe
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.ITII.III\ under t Ihrfo.unc) "Sf KL.OR-
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: t. At Lovely Informal Tea With Silver TeaA FAVORITE IHnVK, : .\TSTAIIKK:. located at first Lenten mi
f I ,<.tiiiki. .. Klc.inl", 1 and.. ..uKU'ilZ'il, under" ., Mark's Guild of 'th
E ,j Mil W K;. Murphn entertained lovely silver tea v. is given 4. h.. Lau.f I'll".' Ida, has < "tnpllf .
30jctYA vuth .t )lov<'/ly ,informal tea .Saltnlav RECIPES with' till tht' IIr\,,\lNioiiH. i 1'.qul""tl toM Church was held :Vu,
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.ifti-rnoon between the hours t, Wednesday afternoon at the VVoman ) i <''luiill'il' ulth l I">\ the. HanklilB noon at the rector v .
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beforen
: Club building by the W. T. talus of the State' nf Klorldu
7+ of 4 end 8 o'cluck' in l her home at itiiipuny, Mliull be .authorized. to B. Carlisle as hash
[ Weeks Chapter United Daughtersof t?.IIIIMII,,, ',IM'' th' 'liiiitiiieHH' of. Hnnklnirv .
the State Farm In honor of her committeeIn 1 No doubt you have often beard "",. ThenfortI J M. Leerumptrnllrr Spring flowers w, i <
; the
i the
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y? "' mother Mrs. T. R. Hodges and her Confederacy certain foodIs ( i of 1 the State of [Florida orating the rectory i t.
i I Mrs J.V.. Andrews I the expression that a authority vested In
charge being litinat the
\
y Pith,.\"('mull \V. .M. r Has ;Muting" aunt Mra Lizzie. McCormlck bothof Mm Hal Edwards Mrs. L. so delicious that "It Just melts :liy rinby: Set-lion 41.11 of the Kevlnedijtneral clal meeting.

} ;G EnjrammcntFrunls A/lII/Illllt'f.,1/) /' Th. n-KUlir IjUHincftH and Royal. Tallahassee.The hostess received her guests A Rennolda and Mr'*. J. E. \Wil In your mouth" but alas. It Isn't :that; ,the' 'a'J7J1ft'lnr BANK, certify AT Miss Margaret W ,.
J of the very often that we are successful KTAHKK of Hturke In the County ofBradford lecturer of Jackaonvil,
t .. Stivke, proKrum meeting Informally and presented them to son. I and the Stare of Florida
Knnnld 1'ilU,. ion of out a cake or a pie
t "f
/ in turning for ,, '
'. held Monday the l bu..l.r l- guest speaker the
MnptlHt \\ :M U was the honorees. The U. D. C. colors of red and In authorised to rommem r
Mr and Mis, ,.J I H I I'lttH., ( wlI> beintirontcd that lives up to t-hls description. ties .. Banklnc under the name a very pleasing mann..
aflernixm at. the Baptist Verbena and baby white were carried out In the dec I stink ofTWK.VTYKIVK
rlip- petunias the above urlven with a capital I I
t HIP following/ If follow closely .
in However, you dollars toM of her travels] in J l
I I pinK tuki,'n from the VuldoslaTlmci Chun' h. breath were artistically used In I orations. A large basket of red I recipe given below by Mrs D. A. In the absence of the preHld..nt.loIrH. the for this delightful ferns ;,: .
decorating home amaryllls lilies and potted around offlic, thin flltHT I day of March A
( i A. M. Darby the first vice Montelth, you can go brag- II. One ThounBlnl Nine Hundred The Rev. Mr. G. Mu!
occasion. The tea table the and eachof
j h "of inii-ipul! to a wide circle of Mrs. W. J. Epperson were placed on stage I ging that for once you made a Thlrty-Se\en.. Oak l and the Rev. Mr ,
president. was covered with a lace cloth and small tables centered J itt.1.FR
ji the many were If SEAL
jj i frifni, / ]" in. the announcement of presided leading the devotional. centered with of cake that melted in your mouth. Comptroller State of. Florida were also guests-of th,
j Miss Luis Vernon. of Tlfton to The Bible study topic was "Power an arrangement breathIn by a bud vase containing a you have ever eaten a piece ofher 3-19-HI-5-14 During the social h.
lavender verbena and
co\\ .lames Ronald Pitt at Vald ta. In Witnessing" baby red or a white rose. cake you will know that this teas served delicious i ito t. '
a crystal bowl. White candlesIn the were: Mrs. and Mrs. J. D.
Lamb
Receiving guests Miss Pat
The hrtde-elect In the daughter The was In charge of Is no exaggeration: the guests and th.
program
B ,if Mr and Mra. A. O. Vernon the Young Matron's Circle. Mrs. crystal holders balanced the cen- L. A. Davis president of the local hipped. Cream Cake Doyle visited the Cypress Gar- members: Mrs. Joe H",
prominent residents of Tlfton. .. selected "The ter arrangement. Tea and coffee, I chapter, Mrs. Hal Edwards of dens in Winter Haven and Bok J. M. Alvarez
whites Mrs.
i'P B. M .Kussell leader sandwiches and mints were served 3 egg I I I i
,I3ETTE The} (froom-elcel, a son of Mr Spanish and Portuguese" as the In an attractive maanner. Pour- Lawtey, and Mrs. J. W. Andrews 1 cup whipping cream Tower In Lake Wales Sunday. Mrs. Edward Burns \: .

811? I:: and Mrs J. H. PIUs, of Starke topic for the afternoon. She was Ing tea and coffee the first hour Two dainty little girls! Ona Demor- V4 cup cold water They. were .acompanleJ by Mrs: j Davis Mrs. Morgan l I""
j'' resided in JatkJionvlll Mrs. est and Marlon1 Brown held a silver vanilla Jessie Mae Blakely and son BII'I 1 Lulu ,
w Flu formerly assisted on the program by were Mrs J. C. Wallace! and Mrs.J. 1 teaspoon Davis and Mai 101 '
'. and Orala but recently came Doss and Mrs E. W. Hayes. Sr. G. Godwin and presiding at the tray to receive the offerings. 2 cups cake flour ly, Miss Lois Terrell and Gary Ov- Continuing the Len.?
What' :
i fdl' n to thin < ity to make his home. Mrs. A. M. Darby tendered her tea table the second hour w.re'' Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid presentedlittle 1'>4> cups sugar erstreet all of Lake City. J. Davis will entertain'

iK, or i[ Th<' w'dcllnwill' / take place on resignation us president, because of Mrs L. F. Chapman and Mrs. P. Marlon Brown who sang 3 level- teaspoons baking powder Monday afternoon, Man i .

anyway?i, : //S April ::nl. tit the home of the 111 health Mrs. Ft. A. Thomas was D. Fancher. 'Good-night' My Love," accompanied 1.8 teaspoon salt Jack (Pulver 4-year-old boy of I: o'clock. Miss RachelGainesville

money ttn"Ic [imnti In Tlfton. unanimously elected to succeedMrs. Those Invited to be with the hostess 'I by her mother Mrs II. C.Brown. I Beat egg whites until stiff and Gadsdrn Ala., prefer big black I i iclgajs will be the of:

There A viritiup of the wedding will Darby. and honor guests were Mrs.I As the next number Mrs gently fold In whipped cream. Add to candy erIN

freaking;! Jl JlTh Circle Number One of which Nat Sternberg, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, I Kincaid presented Mr. and Mrs. flour which has been sifted with
later issue of thin ---- -- -
[ in a
| dppeiu
ling prl> | Mrs. L. G. Powell Is leader, will Miss Hazel Adkins Mrs. O. L. H. Benson who delighted their J.\\ the ugar, baking powder and salt

I andL |!| paper have charge of the program and Beasley. Mrs. J. W. Klncald Mrs.J. dience wjth a duet entitled alternately with the water and vanilla ,
product f
tmbte foi ''Iny the flowers for the Church: In April. E. Wilson Mrs. K. G. Duncan Little Lovers. Eight children Bake In two greased cake

1Amean. r -, ---. Mrs H. B. McLendon Mrs. E. S. from Mrs. Klncaid's first grade pans In moderate oven about 350

T t'r', r RITZ THEATRE W. M. S. Held :Meeting Matthews Mrs J. W Andrews wearing Dutch costumes sang Deg. for 30 minutes-

more coc, i'' :Monday Afternoon Jr., Mrs. Eugene L. Matthews, i "Little Dutch Mill." The childrenIn :Sour Cream FillingTo .4
better Mrs O. L. Haynes. Mrs.( H. C. Wall this chorus were: Rebecca one pint thick sour cream add

band HUM r ,fL STARKE Monday afternoon the Woman'sMissionary Mrs Marcus Brown, Mrs. L. A. Ca- Simpson Claude Johns, Audrey 2 V4 cups sugar Cook until] it forms

to makJ>, Society of the Methodist nova. Mrs. O.V.. Alderman Mrs Ann Prevail Walter Silcox Jr, a. soft ball when dropped in cold

moreextItihIF PROGRAM Church held a businexs and E L. Biggs: Mrs D. A. Montelth I Emma Jane Beasley Billy Smith water. Beat until thick and add

} devotional meeting, which was pre- all of Starke. and Mrs. B. C. Ona Demorest and .toe Montcith. a teaspoon of vanilla. Spread be-
Toon TI11'Rt.-FRi. :\. \It. 1H-H sided over by the president Mrs. A. Prince Mrs. Joe Lander Mrs. M. Miss Harriet Benson gave a mu- tween layers and on top and sides.
the ,
ma(
Ptoo "General Died atDawn" Wood. E. Grlner Mrs. Leo Wiggins Mrs. 'sical reading entitled "Sonny Boy," ,
llttl I dl dltoheS The annual conference of this organization \oiiiivri: "' \' '
) ( \
A 15 PASSENGER FORD>
ather,
[ Fancher, Mrs. Godwin Mrs. Wallace and had as accompanist her
held in FOR 'r\ \ niiiOrnBte : >
will be Tampa
culture j Mrs Chapman Mrs. R. C. J. H. Benson ( 11111 No. 1O.1XOTTCi >
| April 61 h to Oth, and the followingdelegates \ ': 1M: HKJtEHV (J) Vl.:- ThatIuI
l., Jury CooperMadeline Drew Mrs W. C. Pendley. Mrs. As Wednesday was St. Patrick'sDay '.. PLANE
I many + a elected: Mrs. W. E. V'I ;\ (JueHH, holder!; of Tax rtlfliHte -
''k t : <<<'iirroll were N. Geiger Mrs. Sandford I "My Wild Irish Hose" was No -I'll, Issued the 2nd day
conclust F IWi' Nr Middleton and Mrs L. A. Davis, of July A. l II. 1 1934, him. rileda, me In (I
I farm sO''k f", 5 ternale Mrs. James Ritch Mrs. H. sung by the audience with Mr. my nffloe and l has. .mad ftppllf-atlctn
\'fI'JeUU' .M \K< II 2(1111.( a
farm Richards, Mrs. Annie 'Benson leading this popular Irish for a tux deed in !b. Issued th..r..nMllid .
M'j l
or SUNDAY AT THE STARKE AIRPORT
A vulued member of the
society rtirtlfli'iu.
embrm the following
es I
|4tuanttWe g Double Feature Mrs C. L. Stockwell has moved Mrs. L. O Sheffield! Mrs. J. song This, number closed the Interesting dttittrlhid. { proprl'ty 1 In th' t'oun
| ca Bouvier, Mrs. I. G. Caldwell Mrs. l program which was ty of UliKiroiil, Stale. of Klnrlu.i, twit -
"California Mail"Dick to Euatls and the Mrs
secretary Byron/ Whltfield Mrs. A. A. Jordan much appreciated by the audience. :
of
Cory W the the FORD
.. Through MOTOR
t J. W. White, was requested to Th. S 250 Feet of (Ihf r llnuliiKdfKorlhert ; courtesy
( proflta I'oran Mrs .1. L. Robinson Mrs. J. Tempting refreshments of spicedtea l.lere. of'lu'n.ty.| hwit .-
The "I'd Give My Life"Mr write her a letter expressing appreciation H. :Moncritf, Miss Rosa Lee Dun- sandwiches, cookies and mints : IVKln' at South....t (Corner CO., and the STANDARD OIL CO
for her work here and of land. Mold to ;tIre T T
Evolved 1 culture a "'ran' ,','* Drake I( A. Kelsey. Mrs R. H. Cox, Miss charming young ladies: Misses Kuxt: ..,..14 degrees South 41 f..pt.Ih.m. ,
town. South 14 cl"tfret'HV"*r
trol of '. Beatrice Cox of the State Farm. Margaret Lowry, Patsy Lee Roberts :Jail f....|, lhen.. West 14 rleitreeHHoiith Ride for
cuch. t SI'.N: ...MtlN., .M\U. yi-iS II Miss Olive Kay, superintendent Marion Dowling, Jacqueline 82 feet Ih..n.'eIorlh: 14

t pe "Maid of Salem"Clnudetta i of mission study announced that Birthday Party I Andrews. and L'Ktta Corpening. dvtrreeH.Hiimt 14 degrees/ South: 139: )41 feet feet thnm tn hetlnMliiK 13-
seer on April 5th, 12th and 13th the So. : William Spencer Crews, cele- In Sfnrke, S..dloll( 28 Twp
fnllH-rt.. H\ M.nilh. Range 22 Ku.nt. t
.Mac-Murray; : II I rlety would study the new book I brated his sixth birthday Wednesday Mr.\ and :Mrs. K. G. Duncan The aHHeHnient of the salt. property -
ASJ : entitled "Out of Africa" by Emory
II afternoon March 10 from 4 under the Maid teitlfltateVHK In
iFEKJCoi I Rons. Hosts At Dinner Party the niiin of llriidford County TtankI'nlcHM .
1"I tH.\\ tu.1.; ; .\". 2:1-21 ''I I until 6 o'clock. Several games said| | cerllflciitH. Bhnll/ be r"deetneil -
Mrs. Pearl Simpson conducted were played and he received some I Mr and Mrs. K. G. Duncan were I according! tfn\ \\\ the property 5
My American Wife'Frunely Ira<'rthed therein will be told' to
I the devotional service using for useful gifts. Cake and ice cream hosts at a delightful; dinner party the hlKheHt bidder. Ht the court hotiw
SNS I..-dear.Inn her lesson a chapter on fellowship were served late in the afternoon. Friday night at 7:30 o'clock In door on the fret Monday In I the "C
!Sol hern month of :May. 11.17: which l 1M (he 'Ird.
In the gospel, which Is a part of Among those present were: Lea- I their, home on Pennsylvania Ave. day .tit 1IIa19:17.1 : PER .

4 4 'l Mil KS.-Mtl.. MVK. V3-ZH the book" entitled "The Radiant lie and James Beadle*. Elizabeth, I Quantities of calendulas and 1937.Hated this lath d.n'1: ," ti. RIDE

Heart This book refers to the Geraldine Patsy and Mary B. Cox larkspur tastefully arranged In ''tlPF\T.( MF-AI.)
:ii Golddiggers of 1937 life and writings of the Apostle Wanda and Tessia Rosier Betty bowls and baskets, lent a festiveair .\. .J THOMAS "
f'li rk of flu ult < "UI.tor '
5 Paul] Jens Williams and Bradley Geiger \ to the room*t>f the lower floor Bradford I'ountv, Florida

n.4 _________n___ ___. where the guests -assembled The .l-r.l-51-4-11)) Sponsored by
dining room table was centered \\KIXi KKI'VHT: n'I'
| with an arrangement of calendulas "NO. 4lk1Stllte K. G. DUNCAN and J. W. ANDREWS
of Florida (Iffile ill ,
JJ
FOR EASTER WEAR j and larkspur In a blue bowl balanced foiiipti.oiler. Tallahassee/
.. ,
Si by yellow candles In silver Wheratby satlsfaettrv' vldcn.
,' --- _. -
candle --- -- -- -- -- -- -- -
sticks. :I yj f izffTygpBffflwy! .
I The color scheme blue and yellow -:
was further carried out in the

., GI'Il i ir LADIES' SILK DRESSES I' bud on vases'; the of card yellow tables and where blue flowers the- It FLOUR 85c GREEN'S w:!

1, guests were. seated.Following 34-L.bn. +.i4_ 0 i :_#_a_F_rib. _p__ .__
\1.1. <
'OJ.JtH-MZti::
I last TE AS SI,
dinner four
progressions -L !
t i SOFT AS DOWN
of bride were played. When STORE .v
t I
i i'i the scores were totaled, It was I R .0"
1.98 2.95 4.95 I found that Mrs. D. P. Carpenter 21-oz. SHEET ;MINEDPICKLES L 3 for 20c

; had made high for ladles and Mar-
CASH & CARRY
15c \KICV BKSTRICE
I cus F. Brown hud. made high for i :
\ : S CHILDREN'S DRESSES Mrs. ] STARKE FLA.
) I' men. a hostess Carpenter tray and was presented Mr.-I i 5 Lbs. 24c

Brown a pair of BOX. .

e. IN SILKS I Those enjoying the evening with Round Sirloin T-Bone
t ) the hosts were Mr. and Mrs Carpenter
:
0 Ur I. Mr. and Mrs. Brown Mr. COCOA 2 Lbsa IQc

4. r and Mrs. T. T. Long Judge and


4.V oc '111 98c R A.:Mrs.F.Knight A.Demorest Z. Mr Adkins and Mr.Mr and Mrs.and Mrs H.Mrs.C C. CHEESE Lb. 22c S I E A K


} Lr PRINTS Ritch, Mr. and Mrs H. C. Wall

Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mr. PRINCE ALBERT tOe
and Mrs. K S. Matthews Mrs JVV. can _

Klncuiil Mrs. E. L. Biggs and I
5, may FROM59c: Mrs. H. B. McLendon I'ET Olt CARNATION1


1 Missionary._ -Rally And : MILK 3 tall l cans 20c Pound e 19c

v I
:NK\V: : MHmiMJ: : OF Conference in Starke Friday ,
1 Yr \ MACARONI, 3 Pkgs. IQc CIIfC'K ROAST OR
1 I A group of outstanding Baptist
Ht'I TUB FAMOUSSIEN.TIFFICK leaders will STEAK, Lb. __ __ __ __ 12ci ,
come to St.irke
55'S'S'Sr IlL -TO- | fellowship tour to lead a mlsslonj on a- : SUGAR 5 Lbs. 25c BOLOGNA

: 'j sty rally and serifs of conferences i '

a ( Friday March 19. The conferences B TKO. SAUSAGE Lb. 121c <<

98c I and addresses will be held at the '
.j I.j,I !-IHIKS: nile KUMKS; First Baptist Church: : These meetings SALT Pkg. -- .- -- 3cMERITA

are being held In all Baptist I j NECK BONES, 3 Lbs. 25tBREAD ] .
associations of the state for the OR BELL .

SHOES SHOES I purpose of stimulating interest in KITCHEN Sc BOX
' UE II.\\K THEM; the work of the denomination The 3 Loaves 25c

:S FOR THE ClllLIIItEN party Is anxious to meet every L MATCHES 3 for IQclCOl'NTRY

I I Baptist pastor In the New Rlve'rI ioo nox

,It t 98c to 1.98 Association. Speakers attendingare ASPIRIN Box 3c ROLL.BUTTER .
I : Dr. T. C.
.\.... SIZES: ( ALL !STALESTI1K Bagby missionary to
I Brazil :Mr. Hugh Latimer Stale i I CH' IKT JAR RELISH or Lb. 32f

Brother Secretary, Dr. J.
LVIUiESF STOCK OFMEN'S I E. Oil-

ISHlu:41R1Y'4iiLt'ES: SHOES | lard Baptist Director Convention of I'romotlon Mrs., Southern C- I SALAD DRESSING 20c inn PKO.

A: ('O\J: ITlO'OI.OIt'i.: ):- TO SELECT FROMM1IITKA M. Brlttam. W. M U. Work Dr I OIIART .1.\K CIGARETTES( 2 for 25fPEANUT .

t: s COMBINATIONS: : : C. M. Brlttaln Secretary of State ''I
In .\I.I Cviiiliinailon LASTS Work. BUTTER 25c

1.98 to 2.98r.K The afternoon session at three GROUND n.ULY-PURE MUSTARD, Ots. lOr
a o'clock will be in the nature of a

i round table discussion of denominational l L COFFEE Lb. II-OZ. TOM\TO:
.. : 01 U :NELINE: : : : OF MEN'S;: TIESMen's work and 'the evening service 121lc CATSUP .. lOt.

I at 7:30: given. to Inspirational --- -
addressts.The! I.
CANS-STAND.\RD TACK KELLOOrr CORN
jEr' No public I la cordially I invited to
J ) I'I

l Straw Fade l I,. attend, -these-services.Episcopal -..-..- : ; TOMATOES can 6Vc FLAKES 2 for 15QualF 1 .



r' i Hats t Shirts I,I A communion, Service service will beheld I j' Better AGENT FOR *

; 98c |, at the Episcopal Church Sun-

For !day at 7:30: o'clock. Everybody IS TRUEMAN FERTILIZER CO.
Ur1 1\, in-:,t.d.

r C Men \ Hernando DoPjtn.-mad--'-I 11''x. his- II 3-9-3 Per Ton $21.7514-7-5! Per Ton $241'n

'
;, ui. ;'c car : fi the Fj'.n'i'' of
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.1 .Mr "'-' -"-"'- "'. : Youth in ns!: : '.'itij y :: i 1'1 -

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I Mc's Kosaltnd Jm'oba) w.ia' visit- :M., and Ma :\1.<1 n O I 'Doss i I Mrrf iiah >' U..ml'l.,> 1 li"i.s n-- Mi! nnd l MlJ T yluigIiy/ and ,i iMi I11J' 1 I'cr< il-tC'-tuiu<.-4 < I

ng her sister, Miss Miriam Jacobs. i had a. their I RUi-st1- v utitly Mi tunt"/ '! ULI' ho'iU1 ti' "in .-',lain'.tnh. ( : uhJ MIN LAW, nn visit d her( homo In Jasper afUr .,omploting }

n ..laeksonvUlIFralay und I and 1 Mrs. NJ,)rnian V Maxwoll) and tin; I whi'iBK! has been visit- I not. duties aa a member' of the
8'IIur-1 \lrF \< 1 Rinii t I m' !f I"I. .mimn
Bits of 'iay VOUHK son of Cairo : i iMi ling i ltd taught!' !Mix r W Hampton school fa<'ultv While
.. ... I/1 'Iii' "i' tiilniu'n, '. '-'unclJis ,Lin I .\.i.. .i.irni ,
K I ) '
: -- -- )llxfi .I i ul 1 Mrs: f I: : :, .inni,i iionn, iiMI. "Srottv .
Mrs. F: B, of BurtoI .
Epperson I mil Mrs Ctm; mg' :\I1na'slI Hand tom<' 'h.I"i with h1 i .Wtw and

way the week-end guest of Mrs S 'I !Mr I> B. White, ill of At- Mrs 1) A. :.i..nt..lth- and d\ll I \,lid hnl. -pent' t.i v.' ,,'k witli, Mr bmtti'T\ > law Mi" .mil 1 11r" War

Neis E.: Biownlee and Mr and Mrs. J, I' lunta wore guests TutmlHy' ut: Mrs ilren, Ralph\ !Rhodes, Margaret and I Aral t there i Ien Perkins i

I IrONCERNING M. Brownlee.: C. E. Mantuna and lumily. Joe Monteith were visitors In Belle --- -. -- iF
'
"
Glade last week and were ,; F

OUR PEOPLE. BUSINESS AND The Woman's Christian Temperance Friends, of Mr*. A. S. Crews will panted.l home by Mr. Rccom-\\ IMrs. I

PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN Union 11I'11meet\ with Mrs O.K. be Interested. to learn that she has '

Stausbury on Friday afternoonat returned home after being confined L A: Duncan;of Lake Butler I

3 o'clock. to Riverside Hospital for several Mrs. Garland Parnell of In'k-1
TiToP'
days, sonvllle and Mrs. C. II. Clogher of I
I
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Landrum and Ft. Lauderdale: were guests Saturday -
L, of Plant, City Mrs F. a. So hell of Lake Butlerwas
d i Harvey Palmer Brooks of Inverness were Mrs W. J. Rppcrion, Mr. of Mr. and Mm. I\:. Q. Duncan
.
L week-end here. a recent visitor of Mrs. W. J.Kpperson.
I \I'll wIPekeRlgu lIls of Mr. and Mrs George A. Anderson, and Mrs B. II

T .F. Landrum. B. Epperson of Barlow visited :Mrs.. Mr. and Mm. C. A. Knight Miss'

It,1. Willie\ Mae HInson spent F. O. Schell in Lake Butler Saturday Loral Bennett Mrs. James Sheppard :

\ftay\ In Jacksonville. L.. A. Rennolds of Richmond Va. Mr. and Mrs. L A. Davis spent i Mrs. Donald J. Morris and

spent several days here this week j II the week-end in Feinandina as ---- I daughter, JOan, and Mrs. Evelyn Grocery & Market

.1 I and Mrs. D. E. Knight spent with his wife. guests of Mr. Davis' mother, Mis. Mr. and Mrs. John T. Nasworthy Morris: spent Sunday St. AUK {

I r.tay In Jacksonville Mary E.: Davis. bad as their guests! Sunday Mr. and usUne. .
Mrs N. D. Wainwright was vis- i Mrs. W A. Carlton of Winter ntI: 'l'IFt'I.YE1.IAWlill'EBananas':

md Mrs L. A. Rennolds Icing relatives in Jacksonville last j I :Mrs. L. A. Davis spent several Park and Winston R. Smith of Or- Mrs. A. V. Long of Oaine ville |

f.i Wednesday in Leesburg.and Thursday. days in Jacksonville\ this week at- lando. Rndfrs.. Marcus Conant and j

-- .---- tending the State Federation '- -- young son of Jacksonville woicirecent I

,,' Mrs D. E. Knight were I :Mrs. Edward Burns attended the Women's Clubs. Senator S. D. Clarke of Monti- visitors of Mrs. S. E. Brown-1 A

1.. ,'r U I Gainesville Monday annual SclalVelfare Conference cello\ and Senator H M Walker of lee and Mr and Mrs J. M. Brown-i
I II .
In Ocala Tuesday. N. Wainwright and James R. Wnukula Springs, were weekend lee j

I Dowllng left Sunday for a VValnwrlgnt were visiting Mr. and J guests of Senator and Mrs C. E. I -.-- I

k business trip in Pompano. Mrs. C. N. Toogood of Fort Mrs. W. M. Wainwright In Jack- Johns./ Mr. and Mrs. Warren Pet klDII 3 Pounds C

sonville Sunday bad as their guests Saturday Mi
-- Worth, Texas is the house guest of ---- r
jieve Mager of Miami was a re- Mrs. J. H. Pitts. Harry \V. WUwell of Danger and Mrs. E. It,1 Foppcll and daughter -

|t visltoi, of Miss Kitty Hogsed. Leila Dca Andrews of Ocala Maine and St. Petersburg was a recent Ava Lou of St. Augustine. and

-- of Mr.. and Mrs. E. S. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Colaon of Lake
-- Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ritch spent was tho week-end guest of !her sister guest
llr and Mrs E. L. Matthews Saturday afternoon and night in and brother-In.law, Mr. and Matthews and Dr. and Mrs. II. B. Butler I NflMKIHI'M': :\110'1101Tomatoes

|nt Monday afternoon in Gaineallr Jacksonville.Mrs. Mrs. H. C. Brown McLcndon. __ I
Mills Getrudo leering of si
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v ---- Misses Dorothy Sapp, Elaine F." A. Scott returned to his home Petersburg wl.ll41.ltI"' friends I.

ind Mrs. M. N. Bumgarner H. C. Wall is spending this Wynn and Dorothy While spent Sunday after spending some time hero Saturday. Miss Heerlng is 9 .

Palatka were recent visitors week In Tampa with her mother, Sunday afernoon In Gainesville attending In Orlando whero b.' has been visiting at present! connect with the child

Mrs. Alice Dutton. the cinema.Mr. Mrs. Scott who is in a suni- welfare work of the Junior League
d
i I torium there. in Tampa.MIH .
Ronald Pitts of ValJosta _.__ 6 Pounds kjc
GI1'j' and Mrs H. A. had -----
Bishop
|lr and Mrs. H. A. Bishop and Donald J. l\lQI'I'ltI and I \
in Jack- spent the week-end with his I as their guests Sunday Mfr and Mrs. Karl U. Searing Mrs. Herbert -
spent Saturday
lily Joan, of Vllim and MIH ,
. er, Mrs. J. H. Pitts. Mrs. S. S. Averett, Jr. and daughter Hart, Mrs N, I D. Wainwright, daughter
, bvllle
Evelyn Morris of Blali'svlllo, I'u .
Adrian, of Jacksonville.Miss Jr., Miss, Lucile Kennedy, and :Miss "
:art B Searing of Jacksonville Mrs. W. W. Page of Jacksonvillewas Madeline Hnzen spent Saturday In who have been visiting Mr. and NO. :3 "ll.t--Stw: : UtOM: nUNIi] 1':1.1.Potatoes : ,
:Mrs. C. A. Knight; returned totheir
of her Mr.
the guest parents Jacksonville
Johnnis Morrison of Winter
Rt frat the week-end here with rela- homes Wednesday.
and Mrs. W. H. Struth.
Haven
arrived Friday for a visit i

---'-- I with her slater and brother-in-law Mrs. T. T. Long and Mrs."D. P. Dr. and\ Mrs W. U Parks, Miss .
11'1A Z. Adkins and Miss Ha- Mrs. J.V.. Kincaid spent the 'I Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hutch Ings.Mrs Carpenter spent the week-end InBuxlcy } Kitty Itograod Snookcy Corpen. fl
week-end in t4t. Augustine as the Ga., as guests of their sister -
Adkins spenl Monday iri Jack- ing, liny Parks, und Roger Coward
, vine guest of Mrs. O. J.. Griffin. D R. Shaffer; of Winter and bl'OthE'r-ul-Iaw Mr. and of Lakeland spent the ueck-emi at

---- -- I Park, is the guest of her non-in Mra. Tom Slude. KlngHley Lake In the Parks' our, .c
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cox of the law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. S.
It I o Wall and A. E. Wall Jr., taKe. 10 Pounds
Ire State Farm were visiting friends Welclon.. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Simmons und ,
business visitors in Jackson- --------
and relatives here Tuesday ---- daughter, Mary Catherine, who Miss Lucile Kennedy who huts
d Monday. '
--- Mrs Oliver Aspinwall and son spent the past ten days in Starke heen teaching In the Hampton I''

U Patten of Tallahassee was Mrs. R. J. Tatum of Jacksonville of Jacksonville are guests of Mrs as guests,\ of Col. And :Mrs D. K.J School returned to her home in

week-end guest of Dr. J. W was the guest Wednesday of Mr. Asplnwall's parents, Mr. and Mrs Knight and Col. and Mrs. H. V Haxley Ga. Tuesday Miss 'Ken1 1 STOCK UP ft

Jwnlee, and Mrs. R. J., Davis. I T. S. Williams. Knight left SiUiitilny for licit I in-ily made her home with Mi and. I II

home in Miami I MIM. Hi'ihert Hint ; -- ..
Mrs. L. D Keller and son, Leo, I -
klES BLADDER' IRRITATION Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Kid --- --

OET YOU CPT Jr? and Mrs. A. Matzat were visiting and young son and Mrs George B

MAKE THIS 250:! TEST In Jacksonville l last.week. Flynn spent Monday and Tuesday LAST TWO BIG I DAYS !
lush the bladder as you would I In Jacksonville.
bowels. Help nature get rid I Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ray, of Jack- ;

'I impurities and excess acids I sonville, are guests of his sisters, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Boyer of

[kh ,an cause Irritation that rein Misses Amelia and Olive Ray. Jacksonville were recent guest of
t. getting up nights scanty; -- --
Mrs.
Boyer's parents, Mr. and Mrs I
frequent desire burning,, Mrs. James I.... Hair of Jacksonville J. C. Manning. w 1 1A
k the, or leg pains. Get buchu 1 \ is visiting her parents. Mr.
I oil and 6 other .
Juniper V
made into little green tab and Mrs F. C, Holilngsworth Mrs. W. B. Sewell of BIlItow.1 I Jx1.00

ust say Bukets to any drug wan here! Sunday visiting her husband i ,' 1 )
in 4 days if not pleased your E. L. Crosby, an employee of who Is cashier of the Florida 7ft Sml raM 11rista AGARIX lar2r rafaMi .
r T.MIU.
ill be refunded. Mitchell' the city of Jacksonville has been Bank I rarr 7M i 9 ,I I
*I at Stal ke. Popular l51'2i.,2' Minrful Oil LSAATIYE ISN SODIUM 0110E ?ar }
i.g Store. visiting In Brooke, this week. E = CNEXAY IRAN Iuuuarrp Oi PIRIONATI DDTsltTabS 2ror ASPIRINPIRIldN VALUE I
$
i. .
-'........ 26. 2for LAX ATSaC 25. At 411 nKulir for I 11NI( UMr' .
Mrs. L A. Dees of Mayo was ___ ..... COUGH SYNUP 2 roc 16 t /er 401 '. ,,
.- ...... I 7A Te/1MP II la coiuUilcnxl, a buy II ".
NAT SEZ:: visiting her daughter and son-In- m... --..J fqN klranl 2/.r 26 t 2/.r 261 tntrsa I..r..mln.rylhl.. .."..w'
I law, Mr. and Mrs. L D. Green the te/rot IODINE 1iI".up.nd..mo"'y.
No use clotting jour eyes towhat's '
\ IIII
\\J+ro..: going
: man knows that If hn wants 'I ___ A. CAPSULES I I III 1 ASPIRIN TABLETS
!iIIO to lie noticed In Ilr,.'.. little parade Mr. and Mrs. C. IX. Nosworthy I 1 I I

N <'i 'f# dM no's got to dress! ,,,'11. \nd thrre'H spent several days last week 'ini ((502, for $101 SOC ro roa

.A no getting away Ironi the fact that I i Jacksonville/ as guests of Mr. and t 2OO tabUt for fr
c\ t l .-' t< a nice\ new Suit In the Spring gives 1 Mrs J. W. I IIEIO { 1
.. McLendon. 360
,
H
: ; ( n mail more confidence and nuikenhim 'E 10NEEl
p Q3S1kt r
Melo M211 U .
-h:::7 lift" prosperous| whether he Is I Mr. and Mrs. J M. 1AN P1 SANITARY AIIIIIIIIII hr '
Alvarez and I
TONIC 0
N.I.W
or not. I don't want/ you to gel the rNr QU1 [ j' NAPKINS '
1 I Mrs. Henry Harris spent Sunday v L V si.I i ..k
1 idea that I have IK-VII viiffinatedl 3dl 2rorh1 rpl l'.26t
a phonograph needle hrrauw I I in Jacksonville as guests of Mr. I O NO AjEp

1s.. talk HO much, hut If you know what' and Mrs. W. P. Randall f1AngArT lee D Q TyStR ,.." -apt o J (_w ;I NOTWATIR Victmio ,I, 1,/
I know about INTEKVATIO.VAt.:
'
TAILOR MADE LOTIICS lIJ'" I Friends Bdooitltltohm IipV iZZ3 n !
)( here of Mr. and Mrs. ?

t'X'Imy. rat ing.s 'J Wainwright of Jacksonville w.j\ I 2 c. 51 COD LIVER OIL I 2rorhl

be Interested to learn that

: it are now making their home In they Tul- | rollkfnt ''d) E 4'! .'I 1 ".', 11....n".,n '."''.!Jnnn....... R.g. pint I size! .1.00 ,tI + I tAiriRN i'

lahas!\.,oe Mr. Wainwright is state I I tl10t Ai U.I d I. vn 0,1 d.'I' Il )h..
Jt': 1 iR.e I 4$ 01 i Daubl..dr.n/ NI, Ef
d I iil thine
the I i in
q ; JVIiEZ p'
t ; : or Young auditor In Tallahassee and has his!'; headquarters\!( I| 26< I r _"I I" A.. C Mather' ..dLiv.r.an 2 for $ ti 1 I Awa., M.sh w.d, ,+t e. ,

I I M131
,I I'I ",child"

on '" I lii.tol.JlIt\. .a'I.J.j": 1If.&m:.. I'H-II:. If UIt; SOLUTION l
r ,.
ASTl ; ACOLUMN% II II 61'' KL,nee tucoanul Oil' WN V'I"r.lnha'.nl, tfu, illI Jon eel ,M r '

tl: ''" CENT WORn I l ,I I I I aY F i 27/. ''hamnooRflKjtll Cold Cream' 2for horrid 2tl r5/: It..Il I IIp.r, Cold 1 17,.bl.t. tOn 211. TOILETRIES .L iOf 1Y0

III IIiI MmN.r.llSh.nn R Lotion IvrBIt: 2dR.xallC.rMdicSlt'. :: '"r::tit face powd.
II iff, .lnnto.1 C..m. I:1..61., 1" WtatAudIII rtoc
i : l", Jontiwl Howiltr P".IT" 2tor11d I .yrlaesh. 2/nrlM I ( creams
L I I'' $1((10( BOllllutl| R.m.cKat0 2A4 Pun'.., No,,h,11. cull 2 f.r 25. talcdm ('w
:Day I FOR SALE Pepper, tomato and l I I Powtf rHarmony iforttOIJfnr lof l'ure..1 LpMan''t, Sfu,111 '
I ) II II.. d! ) Bav Rum 911261 AnIOUd lea 2 for 7 ;
egg plants See E R. Bower at I II ,. I'J,.
I I I Ttf Stag a I IpTonl. t frlUxall 715s dot.I 2 fr 2M I
Canova Pharmacy. tf r.; silk of N.re/a, / F5 r1.in f.rryn 2 for ,lf 1 1 C u'I I II I
II I iI TiKth Pail I 2tor26261 Noall ittttaut, 1'11I. 2 for 91 I I
II 1 II 1 1 1 Tt f S xyt P.. 26. i.lh .r.e.r clot U
FOR SALEOne million! Missionary I I I DO.nng Powder. 2 for 7f/ ComMiunil; ; Z for 2./ 7S. RII 1 tn
.25 i I I i I 2S< Tinker T."".faN.ndng! zfoptcf lit FunlMt Spirit ulCamuhor r
strawberry plants $1
,
/ per I la' Ladlot'and Mon'aDriptmit 2Wr2A1/ Symphonytown I II I; ,I
l G l.OCO at field. M. Rhotlen, Starke. i II I' ('mha' 2fa2Ohi 00 PuT Oxl' Uvtr Oil (
I I III' n, v".ton.' RubW.lovw::: aor.l)/ : : 2 for 11 QI I
? + Itp I I I I I IIIg I' 97, QO Cy"mI hd list Wa'.' 10. alk.y'/Iudo.p 2'-11., STATIONfRYoutiirt I
: IIII I t for It 01 'tnI BIM.y. KI u-All" tLr1 X
t | FOR SALE Sea Island cotton I i| III I I I I I I I IM I'nn Ti.tTo""al TI..oa 4for llNM K.I.II I Onl.rl. Cr., 1hr; Gl/ 1
I k Tr.n.Tie Shorts.. Un.1I# cO1.rnroN0rNr1 u
,
,
jI I seed at $2.00 per bushel. A. J.Stowers I II I) I II 1mii:! "" ':1'1o''r.Im: rVIII
I ... k C I I e I M.IM! II Ii >iIl-):, t ..... IOf MEN try
5 t Walda, Fla., Box 01. I II I I IIIIII I ''I II W,tI 1..1 "aillmon Mlagptt As.ort.d' 11 j
j 3-12-3tp (I i II ,I'' I I rhuroLU. ; '1. 6C KLENZOCriam
l 1 I I 0IIv..r1 2for61f 'tor
I
Ce ;
r.nw.yCMrnrrnl ) : 01'
{ I t I f
tiAr uu.d
n P'r' 2for 611 ,
S/ II
rI : II.m.mud
i.jl; r Ch.ulo'"' B. "IrII Shaving
NU | FOPSALEBest quality seeds of aoidlnInul f..nclll 2for Al M, (:..It It ,,"...1. ''II fu.2uf 4

: IIti / all varieties. Price right Su- IIli ll IiII !l I J\\.'o 51.If..rd;IMlmontPenrll, r T.LI.t. Shr:;; It, -..... to;';"':,, f 4S 110 da. Z for 26C C 't

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I I j' MR.: BUSINESS MAN: Take a tip I, 54eiog Ill I WEDM'ESDAY ONLY. while th.y hill ONLY.. whd. ,h.y fart) SATURDAY ONLY, .,while th.y lord 5i.ti:
: front your wife. Springtime is $ 1a
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I I housecleaning time clean and 2 rer 2 0.1 this.xtro- calif y M j Howl u<. on .xp.ntlv. Q 2 fr., }
I r' loop at o law coitl t foe* powcUr at fhfj r,
'I pilnt your store. Lat ME repairand s. I 51lI't
: repaint your igns. Bill's\ Sign | kl +V I GardeniaTOILET ASCADE 's ; % ,, BARGAIN PC/ fSh ',.. .a

Shop one block West Dr. Her- COLS CrtAM IIAI r a ri i N. /
1 4 SOAP AT. BOND t OISI
I tong office. 3-t2tp-tf I II +rvYb SOMIMI YAWL / + FACE POWDER Ida,
Youthful Ediicr pander are cnait l 29c tor
I FARMS WANTED-We have buy-: Gse $ Ol roc STar
10 rtcci.r their full share of admiration {TAO pl,. oar ow rN. A' Man M it
:: ers for well located Improved .
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with -footwear from our
Urge ) farms. Call! or write us. WILSON I II Surlrg feud ear, tsoN 751IAMII
of stissM1d. I (' wiNt
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: r / $i I CASTOR Oil
Width : 'II IGNtltt 2 W
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2,500 stalks of PO.I Seed Cane for 1 f 26'Thti
Sties to 8 I Sale $1 hundred See R. D '
per ; I C
2 ca4.I ACMO36S coupon and 36 b i ,
( Hunter Rt. 1. Box 59, 1 V6 miles I, w. ,d? I?? 3 tub.i (r.g. 7J nz. j| t tI
least J of Theresa on Sand.I Lake : (ILASOl ,,luii'I''I Ilff I MI3I TOOTH PASTE i

$2.45 $2.95TIIEY'RE Road Itp i (KIN lOTIOK w uJlJiu.W.uv.w SAVE 49'i Ne... .. ........ .. .
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!SHOES rre0 n rut*dl
TETEK'S a | with private bath extra
IAZOR BlADiS2for2O
coom: If desired. Locked garage I II i
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I F. A Scott Starke. tip s'. 111.261ITEHELL'S DRUG STORE

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IT PAYS TO BUY ATSTERNBERi'S 1: FOR SALE.Klanna Seal Cane ASSOIITtD 'CHOCOUm. areflTyrn9

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(i _six. ._.. __ ._._.__ __. .__ ,'.. _BRADFORD COUNTY _TELEORArH STARKE, II'LORID:4' : _- _. \ __ -_ __ !' d AY. MARCH la, ,

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.'11 _. I GOOD STEERS B1UNO ] harm chickens or other animals. j' pllanre wi lilt the )r.. --......
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lion
7\\1. 6103 and Sf' ,,' '.
.' \" HIGH MARKET PKICEK'" The baits cause a gradual) paralysis -I G..n..rlll l LHHH, of, Ki" .. ", '

( \- I If AT FAT STOCK KIIOIV of the rat and finally death I RAIN OR SHINE FORD BRAKES HOLD Cnmutrull J. ]M I.EE i v. 1

Rats which eat the bait usually :'U.

f f" 'j; FARMERS SECTION JACKSONVILLE Better steers I crawl into their boles to die and in .. .. .. .. .....- I %OT1C-K t'-7. OK APPli; -...

and better prices combined to ;i this way eliminate the possibility I I FOR. TAX ,,,l''r, rV". I "

make the thud! annual' Florida Fat of odors Few It any. dead rats <<...f.. Bill N,, i,' 10

Conducted by Demonstration Agents Stock Show and Sale the best : will be found in the open, but if / That XOTICE M. M. William.Tia in-1 I :J i ,

even i of Its kind ever staged in the ;i they are, the carcasses should be Certificate, No. 264. i i. ,

& Htate. It is stated by those In burned or burled dRY ot Septembci., .\ I'i '
Tiled
.I ., Jr.: ,.'1 __--.- ....... r charge. The 530( steers on exhibit I i In order to make the bait particularly made,, Hum application in mj f.,Hr, ?

-- were of good quality and when !| attractive tp the rats the be issued thereon. v ,: ", ?:
embraces
I the follun ,
auctioned off they brought an average rodent control specialist recom- property In the Con IP,! .i 1

1 'i Hints To Housewives I'I RURAL price of 9.72 cents per pound. mends that the farmer clean up I Stnt.Routheaxt at. Florida Quarter to-", ,"- '.

This was 2.60 cents higher than the his premises of rubbish food, and I Quarter of Northeast i '. ,

COMMON I average price obtained the precedIng other materials which the i-ais may North Half' of South,, v
O'wkly. from Home Demonstratlon NSEN.TI'y' i ..f N"rtha.t Quart. ,
year and compared favorably i eat or Infest before the bull is set TnwnHhlp B South. i -",
Sfi.M. 'laJltiU, Tallahaaatw By SFDDS O with 'ices. I East. 'nntalnlnir 30'
: Chicago pi out. The bait should be distributed I ir leu*. \

I Grand champion steer. a Here I late In the afternoon in orderto The assessment uf ''I

: : J'tttSy.unso: EC1OS PLANT I.-.. ONE ford shown by the Love Leaf Tobacco give the rats first choice of It. ortv Kued wa under in the the nato mid. ...i.

AMONtt FLOKH1VH MOST I of sold for Bait should be distributed freely Unless said i I
be Company Quincy, rertirirut' i
: Because new-Jala
( eggs may I'KICKLESH I'OSHKSSIONHWithin : where the rats known to deemed according to iierty '.
32 Mi cents. The reserve champion are run. .
put down In water glans at any described therein' w I" t
I time, owners of poultry was an Angus shown by John Kelly Communities wishing to carryon to the highest bidder' ui "It
many the State of Florida native control hou e door on the frt| until
rat
of Monticello. Joe Vera Bonifay campaigns to eliminatethe \; Vi
flocks have found it month ..
an advantage of ,
known to April 1 I" ,
flowering plants are In from all homes and M4Yiri : th. 6th '" ,
the club boy, showed the champion pest dRY of April r.
to preserve some eggs during the number of more than 3, 00. In Dlltod this ,
lath
the time J:"
at
for durIng the 4-H club exhibit while Sidney buildings same may ,.
high-producing season use ary. 1&87.
the months of low production. beauty of coloring and diversity of Allen of Live Oak came out ahead ,i obtain the bait ( thr ? kinds) at a : (OFFICIAL 111'\T.: )

It torm they rival those of any equal .,cost of $8.40 24 A. J THOMAS: .
In the 4-H showmanship contest. ; a case containing
Infertile .
Only clean fresh. eggs area In the country. Several elements clerk of ('ir, 'UKTI
should be put down In water glass. number. Steers were entered in the display :packages and each package containing Rrultord Ciitti I
make thin
up large 2-18-61.3-18
will If feeders from Miami to three cans of different bait. .
Dirty eggs spoil and. (hey There are plants that belong !in regions by ..." -- -- -.
Gear1 1 by writing to Mr. Lay at North "" ()'l'I'lO ;: -
1 washed the Bonifay and from southern tpr-i
are protective coating \
Y farther north, brought down 'Carolina State :Rain or shine, the new braking; system of (the 1937 Ford V-8 hold lie car IN TUB !NAMK: 0(,' Till.: ii .
Raleigh .
7 4 I which prevents spoilage la removed into the State In floods of long gia. Many of the best in the lot College. permanently on a 45T>> grade. This photograph taken during some of the FLORIDA\ : '

Cracked eggs Hhouki never be ago. There are plants In the extreme had been not only fed but also bred i J N. C. The bait Is distributed by the recent unusual weather shows a dealer explaining one of the Important It appearingliy nffl.1 I

uned. Even minute cracks may and raised in Florida. Impetus Rodent Control Fund at that institution features of the brake assembly tha rihe and conduit control which, as that certain cause 'in ,|} .

cauxe spoilage and contamination south that belong to the given improvement in livestock 1 and t la not sold by the engineers point cot, affords "th- safer: of steel from pedal to wheel. Court Flnri.la" In, In and(ha for ncery Brarli, ,.i 1 or:r.
West Indian and'there .1
region are Brake demonstration ramns nlmMar! to the above are used by Ford dealers
of the other In the It i ts the two shows j federal government. The specialistwill .. Daniel Plaintiff! v. 1.1)1""|.
eggs jar. raising by past was i I""
I still others reculiar to the State to graphically show the efTert'v" "- ; rf nenlabilllT of the new brakIng defendant and I the! I'llt. t '". .
a wise precaution to candle every and the lower South found nowhere reflected this year. be glad to furnish further information system as well as the \,;...-j... ...-...-.:...cai features of these ....1'. Inn Divorce)* ; that the before on rat control to any- energizing: brakes. a rediiient of Oaln"H\ III. .
egg putting It Into the water '
.
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I else In the world. The Florida Fat Stock Show and I i.e over twenty-one yeiiis ':
one seeking it. '- j
.
glasM solution that there I I" no
Areas of kinds have their Sale sponsored by the Jacksonville pemon n "i _, .
many nf Florida service' .
I A 5-gnllon crock or jar will hold own Interesting- plant features, for- Chamber of Commerce, was held ----.- ---- bind saId defendant upon '" i :I

about 14 dozen eggs with room for last week at the National Stock- BROOKER IT IS ORDERKU. that' i"1 ,.
eats
at least 2 of palmettoefl, sand dunes of A Nature Lover Is Never Lonesome ant Myrtle Daniel app",i "\ II..
Inches of water I 'p PI"
glass windswept dwarf palms tar-flow yards In Jacksonville. Prizes and SlIce Vera Gainey, Correspondent El[: ] of C'om ,lalnt on the. :"th 'i

solution above them. The contain erand rosemary-clothed sand I trophies were awarded at the annual --"- April, 1937 will otherwIse he .,. .t i iconfeKmi P .
er should be etitfi > il' ,,.
thoroughly cleaned ridges, prairies of sunflowers, banquet. W. T Nettles, district "Graduation E\t'rt'lNeIl"' her fur her failure tn ni""I"i "
and scalded and allowed to dry I: agent with the State Agricultural The graduation exercises of the It l is fuither ORDERKb' i .
glades of sawgrass, swamps of cypress By H. E. LAGERGREN made those laws ? And the last Order be publlnhed! ,. .,. "II
: before it Is uae. It is a good Idea, river banks of gum and maple I: Extension Service, Is general Brooker Junior High School were man on earth to make experimentswill four ronwecutlve weekH.om 'm ih.It: p""",, for

a too to set It where the eggs are lake edges of pickerel weed and C:halrman of the committee in held Thursday night, March 4. Dr. Nature is an interesting, study still find new laws for they Ir nf ford K'lieral County Teleirr ph. a ",. I'' ".Id."

U to be store as it la difficult to water lilies hills of dogwood and I C:harice of the show. Valuable assistance W. A. Littles of the University of and the most elevating, for one are limitless. I irs'I'tnrd: County clrcuhitlon, FloiII' i i IHII'ln i -j i, d ..

.. r move safely when filled with eggs ravines of yew and torreya, to was rendered by the National Florida delivered the address. He who Is conversant with Its wonderscan A chemist mixed nitric and sulphuric dill| WITNESS eal of said mv hand :in,,:l 'I i ., .
Court .
. To prepare the solution, boil 9 mention only a few. Stockyards, Jacksonville made a splendid speech. A short never fall into the error of denying acids together. The mixture of February, 1937 t tinduy >, 4'h

e gallons of water then cool. plants receive .
quart of sodium silicate, or water scant attention; 'they are agents, he State Marketing Bureau Lewis, member of (the school board I other means can equal it for showIng poisonous, but that was all. Tentatively Clerk Bradford, of Circuit Count .i ,I i'm"], .d.

ISo ;4 glass, which can be bought in moat too near at hand, their values are and others. from this district The diplomas the infinite intelligence and he dropped into it a little T. FRANK LANnrtHM: !

.'. drug stores and mix well In the not realized because they .have always .- were presented to the graduatesby I never-ceasing care of the Allwise. sweet and harmless 'glycerine. Attorney 3-5-51-4-2! for Plaintiff

it J.fr "container Put Mr. J. H. Benson member of We are of nature, get our subsistence -
eggs carefully into been here. -As: sources of ItKU SQl ILL IS GOO)) what happened? The mixture had I ---
\ ::1 the Starke from, it, and its o'rl"F. OK Appt.iiiio\
the solution to avoid cracking IIAIT FOIl POISONING school faculty assistedby conquest by become
vk honey, however, few plants found nitroglycerine, the mostpowerful FOR T4X I>KF.It9eBat : .
tj.k1 them. Keep at least 2 Inchea of RATS. LAY EXPLAINS E. J. Lewis. us has given us our civilization, and dangerous : < nlll a,,, Itl.l
anywhere equal the tupt>lo, saw explosive
' ltI the water glass solution above the The stage was very beautiful and, therefore we should get acquainted known. I NOTICE IS HEREBY' UIVEThit
. palmetto, gullberry and Brooker
lop layer of the mangrove.Othe'a with the new with it. One who takes Turpentine Co. In., I, ',if
ii eggs. Prevent GAINESVILLE Florida farmers stage background of Tax
Certificate\ .
:
.rI are in the first rank A wild 30, --u..1. ih,
, as plant In Florida has
1Fw; evaporation by covering the crock whose premises are Infested and the many pretty flowers. The cognizance of natural objects pea a } 3rd day of August, A. r i I""> i ta.
,. garden plants, though too frequently clever of its seeds. flied name In ,,
dispersing oUIl.
. way my .t i >
n
around him-the animal and ;1-
.with a tight lid. Thin class motto Your
be "Hitch vegetable
can easily with rats control Wagonto made .
may effectively application. for ,
, passed by In favor of other When a t.i\ d.I .1 t ,
)f .I' removed to put down more eggs these pests by using Red Squill a Star" was suspended from kingdoms, the firmament, air they are fully ripe the heatof be tanned thereon. Sntd .1, r ,. .,',
.'S landscape materials that are no the sun cracks the pod and immediately embrace* the following .1.] .". 1
JUJ
If the solution the front of the and water-how they all work in
evaporates perceptibly better bait, according to George B. Lay stage. property In the ( ,
and not so well suited to local the sides fly and I Cotintv Hi !I' .d.
< apart
f add enough water to main.t' conditions. rodent! control specialist with the Those who received their diplomas I harmony to uphold the balance of htRte of Florida, to-wlt:
curl back In such Rant Halt of .
a manner thatthe South-KHtt
;;-; tain the level. Egg. preserved in Maintenance of wild animal life United States Department of Agri at this time were Juanita Mc- 'nature has ever a grand picture seeds t.r'of Section 81, TOWII'"I', )i.i" i "n
are propelled some distance
A .. water glasa solution may be taken and native plant life are Inseparably -I culture. Gauley, Jo Ella Barry, Idell Webb, before his eyes, and the more he away. South 80 acre Rancre more 20 or East letm., crinim, 'i" K

"Tj] out at any time If they are used I Estelle Mott Iva looks at is the more the details become The assessment .
tied together. Birla squirrels Red Squill is an ideal bait for Opal Starling. of tiieiii, ."l [I"t )jt,
I for boiling make a small hole with Mae visible. Yet what The pine seed has a wing. WhenIt I Pet)' under the ald certlflrnt.. m ,ifa
Lewis one man
Myrtice and Marine
opossums and other wild life rats, Mr. Lay says, as it will kill was. In the name of Koberi" M.tl.-
I a pin In end leaves the it first falls
BlFi 1' one to prevent them get tehlr food supplies from, native the rodents, but will not usually ( Crosby, Dorris Hough, Orlne Pad- can discover, Is an infinitesimal cone p I'nlcBH said certificate( xhii II:! I IF
"> from cracking. Odessa To steered downward with a spinning mo redeemed according to law th pr, p.
; plants of many kinds and in days gett, Kelley Bonnie Molt, quantity. get along on erty described therein' will oH
tion. When the
revolutions have
1. : gone by Indiana of the area found these native plants make Florida Hugh ingrara, Earnest Edwards the path of knowledge one must I to the hIghest bidder at I the ""!ir.
Mother loons reached a certain speed the seed L house door on the flr..t .\Munrtfix
carry their young in the and Edward Barker. read books on natural history. >
same the
.
sources Interesting and beautiful State
.. .p t nenr-talllng the month of April t!>3vlil, h <
== $. about on their backs for a few days supplies of food. that It is. They are a most important These books tell the results of In- shoots off to a long distance, so t the 6th day of Ap'II 1937

= after they hatch. More than almost anything else, I feature of the State's landscapes Mr. and Mrs. A. O Jenkins and telligent and patient research by that the pine growth may be ex UH.Patvcl,: this 26th day nf FIn, i '.'

they give added height to Miss Louise Webb of Jacksonvillewere devoted men, from the writer of tended. No human scientist, from (OFFICIAL SEAL)
the Book of Job to the Archimedes to Edison? could design A. J. THOMAS:
r r.l i ii hills and color everywhere visiting the latter's parents, present day. Clerk of Circuit Court

1 FUNERAL DIRECTOR Toward the native plants that Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Webb, here After gleaning some knowledgeon anything so simple of form, of Bradford, County, Florida/

.l t. :. are Florida's there Is great need i. Friday the subject the nature lover yet so complicated and efficient.Nature's 8-5-tt-4-2_ _- _ __

r My Many Year Experience Make It Possible for Me to Reader for a change of attitude on the A. B. Hazen and son of Gainesville finds himself in a strange world, way of scattering and VOTICM OK KLECTIO

F W EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE part of nearly every citizen and I spent Sunday here as guestof where he can explore and make transporting seeds are many and By the power vested. In th<-". 'lie

i. .. 'i_ 41... u MODERATE; PRICES resident of the State. They should his mother, Mrs. D. W. Hazen. discoveries to his heart's content. wonderful.All ford Board County of Public Florida Instruction hereby. of ralU Brad.> i

1 1 'u&ji. DeWITT JONES -*. .a. I... *. be nurtured, cherished and protected Church services were held at the He finds that objects formerly be- have seen' cypress knees, but; election to be held on Tui>.<1.
3If April 8, 1937 at the School
Hoiiir-
--. Starke, Florida --.... as a part of the State's aesthetic Baptist Church here last Sunday neath his notice, are wonderful; he how many know what they are In Hampton Htarke, Lawtey .< I Inraham

and economic wealth. by the 'pastor, Rev. G. E. McGau- learns to slight nothing to admire for ? When standing water cuts I Special Tax School' P.

____ __ -I- .ley. PV- ._._PVfhinoMA 4 -_____0. u_ _rlnrlH...__ tha...y_ Xaai---yy- off the air supply to the roots of trlct. number oi ,..,!raaoraounty..2.. 3,. 6..,.and. 11, roi rrvnveiy ',t-tpiirtione

Among those from here who at- ty thrives In many forma; that the cypress thus putting it In jeopardy of electingthree trim',' '

w m fLOAIDA 'liJL.I JJ. .li.&+ p.f$4: m tended church services at New one law of creation was to abhor the knees grow upward and ulnit,fixingtha,two year mlllaK In each for dlitri th .. '. .

Hope Sunday were Mrs. D. W. Ha monotony; that Individuality Is the from the roots till they reach above For. the purpose of holding --.<>,1'

=i zen, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hazen. R. rule and that no two objects are the water surfice. Their very porous election manager the following: are "ppn.1aM l

-j ) E., B. F., and Alph Hazen, Mr. exactly alike. wood allows the air to pass No. Hampton: Florida J 1 I'' .
Johnnon.
down to the Lticlan Joins, Henry Hon
roots thus
and Mrs. H. P. Galney, and daughters "He prayeth best keeping the If. ft Wiggins, Clerk.

Vera and Eva Who loveth best tree alive. No a-Starke, Florida'a.lnw.lI'hl -!N.
Fay. Mrs. A. L.
One '\ Sr., 1... D. Oreen '
Green, "Mrs. Roy Green, and chll. All thlsgs, both great and small; creature despised and Powell. J. F. Klckllter Clerk'

I w p dren and R. B. Lewis. For the Lord who loveth dreaded, the snake still is a. masterpiece No. 8-I..awt..y. Florida -.- Fred
:: _HbH? w TUVOW t JIT------! X w> ..W wr good us Moore, T. J. Terry William, Mirg.
: S I Mr. and Mrs. L. W Scwells of He made and loveth all." of nature's Ingenuity. Robert Blanchard. Clerk
SSS
Take the harmless coachwblp for No. It-Graham, Florida. I I
Mlcanopy And
motored here the marvellous laws of nature I
Sunday. :McKlnney, ,' ,
John
I-
i S l A li i '' Mr. and Mrs. V. V, Hazen of La- Every time a chemist or en- Instance. Its body Is smooth, it I RevnolclB.. Riley. Wanden Surrency, Clerk
r ea has no arms or legs; yet with body 3-5-5t-4-3
gineer pursues a new experiment,
SSHS he encounters a new law. Who held straight it can glide abaedslowly' 'VOTICK OK "PPU.TIO'

DRINKAT as Is drawn by a string port T\X DEED

..... T... coochee spent the week-end" here and you can't see how it is done; :NOTICE(11..t.13 HEREBY. mil .do,GIVEN U13):: ....-. .

with friends and relatives. It can run fast, swim ascend nearly W. S Slblev .holder. of Tax. Certlf., j
-' C smooth tree trunks (l1te No. 676 linued the 7th. iIi!; )
; .. .. .. .. ... Everette A. Galney and John F. wrap itself July. A. D 10.10, haM filed. Ham >
around a bough and catch birds! my office and has made *pplic.ai I (' '
Green
spent of the week hereas
part
i ;;;;c--: .
..- ..'.... When it grabs its prey by a leg it for a tax deed to he iKvutu th<*r<
... guests of the former's Said ,
AT certificate
t ... parents, embrace the foiling -"
'
-- can by .
movement of Its ,,
; .. jaws turn dtfttrrlhed prrrperty In the C'"i
Mr. and
\.OC"'f O (.1' t< ...w..fo -;............:-- '..",, Mrs. H. P. Gainey. It so as to be swallowed head fore of Bradford State of Florida
..JIO I"r. ""'"0 RECESS wit:

.-...'50 O<.EA." NJo. of :" Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hartman and most. Commence. at KourliweAfc Co''' < ,
.
77I .. '" of !Southwest .
AFTER SCHOOL The few Quarter of Noi< '
examples
MA'C. ''Of'\ f.tI; -.. Vl ... Ja of Jacksonville spent last.week given serve went Quarter and Hun Knnt '

4' ., ,' .. : ..1t,.. .. |MJn' here with friends and relatives. as a mere hint of the interesting Feet. for a point of bf'Klnni' .-
.
------- .. -- being 611 ,
--- -t' feet '
I -- wonderful of ; East of Rallrt
------ STARKE
4 ,N. ", .,.. 1" ", .---'--- COCA-COLA Mrs. R. B. Raulerson and "Chil ways nature. The track thence. Eat 8DII F '
.
I. r. -10'.." .. c" .. subject Is limitless and North '
deserves 625 r.
--- ''' \ dren, Nadine and feet Went 829
I q:;." .. '11':1 '.!. BOTTLING CO. Kathleen, are pursuit A nature lover to n point 60 Feet Kant of Tin1way II
.L .( .. ... "' spending a few days In Okeechobeeas never track thence Southeast |I'raIl.
fti .. :: ; guests of her sister Mr. needs feel lonesome, for he finds ..) with Railway' 631 feet .
4 t. ,.-. .44l an- "sermons In beirlnnlnir. Section 12 Town!<
stone and
t ,, good in
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T"I : Mrs. A. F. Raulerson. ev 8 .
South. Range
I L i- 14&1,,_ 'Mr .,,1'1'(). .' I' erything." 22 East, ,
wrAtc41oh'JAL t taming II Acre more or l U
LI> Mr. and Mrs.
: 'R fr George Rivers and The .
: Those wh"o flHHenmtnt of the said pr i I'
consider
.. i 1Lt IW0&W&JtAVDt5DLI41I' MfA1 daughter. Selma were visiting her may nature I ty under the Raid certificate! i- '

I ,. ', ,I J W2- _.I1 f i i's'1 I_.._...r.. "J'L ( 47Q/C 771FSflrp L!. sister. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Mott, find study many worth books their on attention the subject, can at walt L'nl.eo.III. the. oald name i certificate of J. P. nhnll padfret bdeemoil "-'


1r-ri-i- 4 u .... .. ;. '1T' Sunday.Mrs. A. B. the free public library In Starke. erty d ..accordlnir crlbd p to' I III'b' be pi'., '
''a '{ Crosby and childrenof I
_...-. (' Mrs. to the highest bidder .tic ,
# H.
.' & II' "': ; 1 Ipgl cZZzz H. Young, the affable li at
arjWI : 1, ft ; Jacksonville spent the weekend hottiie door on the first Mondu
: .t I here brarian will take plt'asure'In the month of April 1937> whl> I
j ,.JI . ... "' t as guest of her parents; slating them the 5th day of April 1937..
)/( ; >\- .; ,;;. ;" .. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. In making aa-I Dated '
.... ; ', Bin III'ID8IID' Galney. this 3rd., day of \I.- '
;; ti'1' ; '; choice.
.. ; 1"17.
$ : J'" .If, . \..-....,,,I<'.''. ''",r. \r,. :: Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Gainey and (OFFICIAL SEAL: )

.. i '/ l:';,, ;" ". ; 1J.r: .' ,' 4 children were called to the bedsideof Walls 60 feet deep and eight feet A. J. THOMAS.
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.: "." I 4 their lerk of circuit Courtsn..t,4.
.. : t small
.A''t daughter who
;
has thick enclose ,
the oJ'
;t.;., : .,- .." ... or)'; "" ." SO vaults of the of Bradford County. Fl"
: < f';' \ 1 been visiting at the home of her Bank of England. -:!
.... .. ,J.J"r'w:' '.' 1I
1 _ _' 1I I grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Pritch-
; .SOTICF: OK 'PPIlr*Tlo'
,
-1 I ard. in Greensboro last week. Notion NOTICE FOR T'\ HEElS
I I.
L. A Futch of Lawtey was visiting iCon or claimant hereby given of the to Estute nil cred ("....*. lllll >o. 1H3I

I at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dav4d B. Nolan, deceased to file of NOTICE IS HEREBY O1VEN That
claim 'v. S Klbley, Certlfl'
your duly sworn holder of Tax ;
to
1 I ]P. A Crosby Sunday.Mr. Honorable E. K. Ferryman.with the 'ate No 517 iHKued the 2nd.. day <"
I ,, %pt i'k''"& eia4 and Mrs. W. D. Webb and Judge, with eight month from County the July, A. I). 193 4, hall filed earn. '
office
flrnt my and ha. '
publivatlan of made appllcatl
C hllJren spent last week-end in the claim, will forev.r this be' notice or for a tax deed to b* l I..uod therr
barred
.. I lacksonvllle. ratutm of limitations by Raid certificate embraces. the oik<.'r..
'. -- .V I,. WAINWRlnHT, Ing- described property In the Com"
rr Administrator--- I nf Bradford State: of Florida. -
wit:
1
I "OTlrE r Kant 276 Feet of North on-
IN half I
RE- THE LIQUIDATION of Northwest Quarter "
For THE HANK Of $! STARKE OF1 A ,HoutheaHt, Quarter. :Section, .
of the aggrandizement of Expert RepairingSmith's CORPORATION Township H South Kanr 2.
a JEALOUS the French FORT LAUDERDALE DOINU BI'8I- \
OLD was erected in 1838 NESS AT STAHKK. East ''ontalnlnr 8 Acre, moi
i under Ribault and Laudonniere! in the New by Major Maltland of the United Statei NotlcA !I. hereby riven FLORIDA.that the or !<..... .1
Army, Rank of Stark*, Th. aeimnt of the said P!
a
LI world and banking
moved by hatred of the Huguenots who named it Lauderdale for his ancestral: home in tion under' the of the; corpora State rty under the said oertirtcatc I
.ri of ) Florida' and of sued. wee In the of J""' .
Philip Spain name
1 I lent Mencndez a brave but re- Scotland.: The two-itory structure doingbunlnecii, at Bolt. .

F FI' i \ moriclees soldier! to drive out the French colony by a log stockade of palmetto and wa surrounded Garage dation Htarke, on Flwrlda February' W,," placed 9 1937., in and liqui Unless. said ..certificate 'shall be. r ;
waj an Important R
:: at frt Carolittf. Takinglun J. Davis I was appointed a : aeemeil according 1 to law ,
advantage of the and strategic army post during the famous tor thwrefor. Liquida ?rtSf.l l "crlbed therein I lItlht.pr- i

1 i. febiene of Ribault and hit fleet! which had been Seminole war Its history Is You and each of you having claim the highest bidder at the <'< ,. .
colorful. Lotin hou.
this n( door
i Ir wrecked by a stern, Menemle, after a four days' vicinity many stirring episodes were enacted Phone 120 ..:k'York"t'.rt: nature are hereby aoraiMt said the month of on April the ,tint 1831.Mondaj,,hl<.h U ,

iI I t : : 4' march eu-prlaed end virtually destroyed the gar. which was the battle of Fert among I t that: du: and I Itiral proof of notified claim the Stre day of .A.prl.. 1)37. I
Lauderdale. This flght must b filed with t"ctbl.'. hat day of ;3fsr"
K. J
c 4 rise) i on September 2C 15"i: 1. whi ,.... thA Liquidator DavIs a* 151. j
in e fir<.it lasted for thrcn days and nighU before the Indian Wrecker Service Day or Night til. of the Bank of Sta-'<. at (OFFICIAL
office In the SEAL: )
i T battle bcigecjt. Cujopcsa.:" rucis aa arlaa ij.l Yo.J..! __1I I : driZ o. .. bUilding;, otherwise' Hank;your claim of Htrk will A. 3. THOMAS

.. be forever barred. Cleric of Circuit Court
I Tb. above notice la clTtn In com- ot Bradford County. pier a* \
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MARCH 19. 1M7 BRADFORD COtTNTT TCE OR.\riC STAhlOfi. FLORIDA PACH5 SEVKfTKKE ,

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[\ CIIU CII--'DIR CTOY''! DASHIELL HAMMETTSrTMt dead man, but. Nora. who was 142000. up S2 ,lI10: Florida industrial WPA TO DROP per cent of ; time required I ;; to

I J-d_, ntt/f MAN" summoned by Abrams, proved : school for boys $150.000: I plow the! name area In five-acre a

I FIRST B.\PTIST CHURCH : much more helpful up $9.590.: Florida Industrial school 4,800 WORKERSCUT fields

I Rev. C. B. Frtce. Puotor ci5 E R TUE Pedro Dominguez'' she cried. I for girls $50.000 up $5,225: WILL BE MADE 2. Where I he rows ore SOU yard

unday School, 10 o'clock a m., 'Why. he was father gardener, I Crippled children's commission IN APRIL AND long: a farmer cnn cultivate twen- .

|j Thomas, Snptftlorning 1tj4Ai about six years HJJO" she identifiedthe $90000. same; national guard MAY ty-five acres In I the same length of I,

Wo lIS hip, 11 a. m bo-lv and then despite Nick's
$1129503 same; state forestry time required to cultivate twenty .I
P U. meets at 6:30: m. 1 disapproving e 'insisted on Inspecting auditIng State headquarters of the Works .
V p. I > i board :3134,200, same, state acres where the rows are 100

venlng Worship, 7:30: p. m. the room where the Jaiiltoi department $128,000, same; Progress Administration in Jack- yards long.

Teachers Meeting;, Wednea- ': had livedAbrams sonville announced 4.800 persons
S judicial department $690,600 up 3. Not only is time saved as in-
j. 6 45 p. m. of the room Then he went out waa about to join her I $140.015, supreme court $87,759.: will b.. dropped from relief rolls In dicated, but by having less turn-
service Wed. The! Story Thus Fur: The San oft the lights and quietly when call from the State during April and May.
turning
lid-week Prayer I a came headquarters -! up $20, 5U.I Ing the percentage of damaged
7'30 p. m.Methodist, Francisco police hold Selma Lan- closing the door : The glasses! found in Phil I Local authorities were unable to crop .
jsrtay I Governor $51,680, up $1,500, secretary in turning is reduced
I dta on suspicion of the! murderof Stepping with cautious tread, he Byrnes' hotel' room were of the ten say how many of Bradford Coun- .
of state $44,260. $7.380;
Church her! young hunbund. Selnul ascended the stairs to the next I cent store variety, the strands of up ty's quota will be cut from the
r comptroller $l8 .186, up $36.186; MISSION II.\U.
had been! found near the body byUaid floor. He stopped before the door hair false but-more
,
were Important rolls. Two projects, the sewing
M. Pastor.
B. Montgomery
lev state treasurer $ 2,020, up $20- The Bible class assembled OtTUl"sday
exsuitorwho
Graham her of the apartment. directly above than all the rest Dancerfingerprints '
rooms, employing women, and the
|Sunday School-10 a. m. 020.: Insurance department $"" .220,
I to shield her threw the revolver Polly He bent over for a moment were on the chair and road project employing men are evening were taught and
Worsll.lp--ll a. m.
lorniag !
i $5,320 attorney general $69-
;
she waa carrying Into the but heard nothing. Inserting up admonished by the leader In thankfulness -
Epwortb League-6:45: p !!l. bookstand. active in this county. Authorities
7:30 I bay Nick Charters called Into his skeleton key In the lock, which 620. up $22.620; superintendent of believed definite information will and praise for the blessings
Worship, : m.
this to '
Evening p. When Abrams revealed
who Instruction $113,580, received at the hands of a ,,,
the cane by bill wife Nora he public up
was obviously a new openedthe
invited to alt these serves one be received by next week on Brad
You are Nick the latter said nothing. He
( ,I I* Selnva's cousin. Nick In"_ door. $70.070, vocational e due a tion ford's cut. merciful Saviour and cautioned to
I had not yet given away the Iden- funds $74- follow the set forth In
tlgat_ Lum Kre and Dancer The room was the same size as matching $206,685. up scripture as
of his basement assailant. The! state administrator said
Church co-owners of the Lichee Club, Polly's, and furnished with an even tity 762, and miscellaneous funds $606- Psalms 112.:
Presbyterian I "Who rented the third story earlier this week, the WPA roll In
where Landls spent" his last more indlscrimlnatlve collection of I 650, down $9,650. The most outstanding feature of
Rev George H. Lowry, Pastor apartment?" Nick asked. Florida must be teduced to 22.100
hour They are both missing picked-up furniture. But there I The commission proposed to this study was the number of particular
I
Sunday Services: "All we've got is an entry by I and 19,600 In May. It Is believe.1that
110 Sabbath School at the time of the murder, as were no signs of recent occupancy. I, eliminate the $32,600 annual appropriation and unusual scripture
:00 1m. Pedro that somebody named Anderson Bradford's reduction In workmen -
wa Polly Bjrnen, winger at the The rug was old and frayed. The for radio station WHUF verses quoted, especially by the
}11:00: a. m. Morning: Worship. took it, Abrams answered will be small as only a limited
club with whom Landlit Intendedto closet was empty and the room had Iat! the University of Florida, $50- younger folks giving book chap
4'30 p. m. Young People's Ves- glumly. "No fingerprints in the number Is now employed,
run away Phil Byrne, no bureau Nick turned to examine I 000 proposed for screw worm con ter and verse It Is the ambitionof
per Service place. No clothing. Nothing""Let's I V.ro.NUKIt
Sermonette by Pastor. thought to b Polly's brother, some curious-looking objects In go up there once more," trol and also proposed a decrease ItOUS the sponsors of the Mission workto

(Midweek Service: turn out to be her husband, and one corner. They were uld, heavily said Nick. $47,000 In free school textbooks. make Psalm 119 a reality in the "

Mission a $39,000: check In l..ancllll'lI pocket rusted iron pipes. The report la merely a recommendation farm readers will be InterestedIn lives of the boys and girls, especIAlly. -
17'30 m. Study. I
p. He sat down and to fool
signed by him I* proved 1\ Nick rolled up the rug. He turn began to the legislature, and the following figures from The .
Service. I
30
[8: p. m. Prayer about with the pieces of iron pipeIn
forgery Nick goes with Lieutenant ed and paced off a distance corresponding A profitable
the proposals ate not effective unless Progressive, Farmer showing the story was related bya
the while stalked
Rosewood Baptist: Church Abram to Phll'a hotel to that measured downstairs corner to Abrams himself In and until the legislature: approves saving In labor brought about by member of the Mlnslon group
about a
(Rev L. G. Hemingway Pastor room, where they find him When he stopped to look few minutes muttering Nick beckoned the them In the general ap- having longer rows: who Is past seventy years old.

[services every Sunday. Bible strangled to death. Nick take Intently at the floor boards he dis- other to htm."What propriation bill it passes 1. A twenty-acre field can b.e This story being told him by hU.

Judy' 10:19 Services at 3:30 a key. from Phil's coat and. covered that.his original suspicionshad mother
: a. m. does this look like?" he ------.- plowed In sixty per cent of the sixty years ago because of
clock In afternoon. starts for Polly's home.! been correct. time an
asked. required to plow the same inferiority-complex, at that
Everett amateur acrobat
Bailey
Six of the board had been cut
It's ladder!" said Abrams area In one-acre fields, or eighty time which was occasioned by hisbeing
BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH --- across In two places. Taking out "Why. a of Birmingham, Ala., balanceson of small statueRELIEVES
Chapter Ten In a startled voice. "You the thumb of one hand and the .
Rev. L. A. Donnley, Pastor his pocket-knife, Nick removed the
(Services every first Sunday. sawed-off pieces. A hole perhaps a mean you screwed that together Index finger of the other on 20- ARMOURS 010 CROP

I SuadaY School, 2:30: p. m. The apartment house In which foot square was visible. Nick out pf those pipes?" penny nail heads I' FERTILIZERS Jfe FERTILIZER: INTENSE 1
shabby, antedated "That said Nick. "AndIt MATERIALS
I Billie Study and Prayer Services Polly lived was a reached Inside and produced a pairof right

Cry Saturday night. building at the foot of Telegraph flat, steel-banded ear-pieces. I was Intended for a very specific The agricultural department Big Cash Discount to
Hill. There was a large rock- Commission Merchant and.
They resembled those used by telephone purpose. say. that In the last few years, .I
St. Murk's Episcopal Church strewn lot In the rear, enclosed bya operators and were attachedto He took the heavy iron contraption hog numbers In the corn belt have I Farmers Associations QUICKLY EFFECTIVELY

{Morning prayer and Sermon on board fence. All the way up to a wire. to the window and lowered it decreased and increased In south oJ, L. HARREIX, Agent IYKO the pleasant and soothing

fie second and fourth Sundays at the crest of the hill were small He was just about to put themto outside by two hooks which fastened ern regions Lawtor., FI... ten remedy that Is absorbed into th* \

to the still. There ____ kin BUflerera
a. m. Holy Communion Saints scattered frame dwellings.Nick his ears when he detected the naturally give quick relief from

at 10 a. m. Litany and choir waited until the taxi that was one extra bar which Nick and'RESISTANCE ....... he Itching stony of Scabies Jczema. ,
aye faint sound of footsteps below. Tip. ,
tactic*every Friday night at 7:30: brought him had left before he toeing to the door he stood listen swung back and forth In his hand ENERGY COLDS roe: Itch. Ringworm and other, Athlete's parasitic Xtnt skin
666
m. walked slowly up the cement pas ing. The steps became more audi- significantly. .. and rrltatlons. Ask your druggist foe

sageway to the building. The vestibule ble. They reached the second floor, "This was left over, for good FROM FOOT) FEVER IYKO today, and If not quickly... \.
was dimly lighted by a projecting 'measure," he said. "The rest just I YOUR levwl your money will be refunded'
Nick the door crack und
;OB JONESComments I bulb Inside a rusted Japanese opened a reaches to the window of Polly'sapartmf'nt. WITHOUT GAS OR BLOAT .....v... TABI.KTS tint d.. y Ryko Products, Atlanta, da. I
container. craning his head out, was able to ." .'" ..v III NOSID ........... so RYKO sold In Htarke By i
lantern copper get a glimpse of the below. I DROP. Mi..t..
{ On Here I The flashlight that Nick carried I person Abrams stared hard and his jaw RED rnoM 1.IV.OIIIIDDTIt. only Trr "H.b-M7-TI.r.-W.rla'. neat Ill-own' Pharmacy and good drugstores i.
It was Dancer. madlcln' containing the "7 Hrb of La.I..... everjwhere.BOREE ., :1
with him useful in readingthe dropped :
proved Dancer Health. Vlulokly olaanaaa bowel
softly opened the door of -
And Hereafter Toni bladder Invigorate Umy
names printed and' scribbled on Polly's apartment and entered. (To be l continued) oolon action. B % t.l I y stlmulat.,

dingy mailboxes. Finding the I Nick, In the room above, stole to ---.-- I purifying lkvr bll.. r.lt.vlnsr Con. II FUNERAL HOME 11
atlpntlon. Sour Stomach lnill "tlon
I The writer read the following name he wanted, Nick halfnoddedto the center of the floor and attached I. CONE DOES NOT I BUIouantii. ICxcoii Acid" and Full llnj of CaskeU ft Undertakers Supplies I
himself, opened the front door othr .tokening ymptom allliddtsordara AMBULANCE SERVICE
|\tiling figures recently. These the ear-phones. Opening the I which may quirk. ......1011
BUDGET
and started i APPROVE
skeleton DAY ANi) NIUI1T
with a key up fI
"Taxes drawers of the Dan dl tlxRC
urea tell their own story. dressing table 'Into mor. danaeroua >rn r .
,. pre paid on 114,887,916 gallons of the long bleak stairway. The light- cer became conscious that some the e.n.e. they ".n" nnr nnwrdet 53 1> liON B 53
BELIEVES AMOUNT TO HE IN lied Croat Mol.d Coder
feeble
:
hmestlc liquor In 1936, comparedth Ing within was even more disturbance had taken place.! He a. II. BENNETT Marr. 8 i J

90618,171 gallons in 1933, than that outside. Nick climbed was looking for something and EXCESS OF STATE'SNEEDS "A HOME-LIKE: INSTITUTION"BEASLEY'S '

d< on lt.713.257: gallons of Im- I slowly paused before the second didn't find it : Still Coughing? :'f'fe7
floor read apartment Polly Byrnes'card "
.ted, spirits against 7.222.P09 Ine Then abruptly, he clenched one Governor Cone will send the 11>37 -
the door. The detective -
| previous year. Rectified linn I was on hand and reached for his revolver governmental budget to membersof I No matter how many medicines
21,394.161 proof gains knocked. There was no answer the without his you have tried for your cough chest
| totaled with the other. A fleck of white logislatuie ap- SERVICE STATIONWe
the which had cold or bronchial Irritation
Using key you can
in 1935 and 33,870.667 In 1936, I been found In Phil's pocket he unlocked plaster had crumpled down from proval. It propones Increases ol get relief now with Creomulslon. '

..I. and other fermented malt 11- above. Dancer's eye shot up to the. $$731,858 In expenditure from Serious trouble may be brewing and
the door and entered.Folly's. cannot afford to take chance Handle Cold Drinks Standard
you a Gas
.rs Increased from 45,207,080: ceiling. His body stiffened, and the state's general governmental -
atone
consisted
with leas
apartment anything than CreomulI
'
eels in 1935 to 53,197,820 In room and a kitchenette The with a look of alarm he began to operating fund but it has de I slon, which goes right to the seat and Oil--Atlas Tires, Tubes and Batteries.

RB Stamp-tax sales Indicated I Indication of hav- back from the room. creases of $57.633 In special fund I of the trouble to aid nature to

country smoked 153,166,336,093 furniture gave proposals and $05,780: in special soothe and heal the Inflamed membranes
arettes last year compared with ing been pieced together from va- Nick realized from the sudden tax milluge funds. as the germ-laden phlegm, BUS STATIONBEASLEY'S

rious clearance and auction sales. silence that the man below had i la loosened\ < and expelled. f
607,741,257 in 1935. There were changed his plan of operations. He Into the budget report Governor I II Even if other remedies have)
)000 more packs of playing The rug alone was new. A gaudy i failed don't be discouraged
Cone put a I letter, addressed tcmembeis your SERVICE STATION
down the and stole
Irds sold In 1936 than In 1933." but rather sordid touch was pro : put ear-phones I I druggist Is authorized to guarantee
to the outer door. it he of the legislature which: I
Opening Creomulslon
vided by the photographs of celebrities and to refund your
pinned on the walls The could just hear the faint sound of held many of the Increases In ex- I money If you are not satisfied with Opp. Court House Phone 60
""Don you think a girl has as cess of needs but did not specify results from the very first bottle. I :
to smoke cigarettes and room was anything but tidy. A half retreating footsteps on the stairs. Cst CreomiUslou right now (Adv.. oflnr., ,_"_._ or
uch right dozen radio and movie magazineswere Nick closed the door behind him which ones. His letter reads: : I
drink cocktails as a man, some- I
scattered about. Thrown and followed. "I am submitting this to you at

body, asked the writer recently. In armchair was a When dancer reached L..e main provided by law with the reservation = HIGHLIGHTSf I
the/ sight of God. sin Is sin. Anything carelessly over an tri I LOR SUA */ .'I4NI /
I that I do not believe In the __ ,. "
that will send a woman to soiled negligee. A couch, made up floor he edged towaid the rear J \ 0"Pin i iru *t asmytrir\ \ > tnf ** Hi

send to hell. Galas to serve as a bed, was covered with ;talrway He opened the door lead- amount submitted by the budget ai (
ell will a man I cretonne. Ing to the basement Nick was It Is In excess of what Is needed,
cheap

one alike standard That for ia true.men and But won as I Nick took one glance inside the drawn on Seeing the open door, and there are many items> of In- I THE ANCIENT Id t tI tN.oAN

t .ra y he took out his crease recommended in this budget

|r rned.as world It Is consequences worse for women are con-to r pistol and silentlypursued that I do not agree to as they are. I ; d / CQt.//PAfCNr : i iI

t In excess of what in needed to operate ? .. .; .
wrong than it is for men. Nine r FOG. G8//V0WG CORN
the mate government '
and alcohol have a worse efct The basement; I 'I''I'I
on women than they do on rY was littered witha Twehe Million Total. I 'I : 'ti r/S ST/LG /N USE I.I i I
I /' '
en. Women are made of finery a 11 I manner of Budget commission officials figured 8V THE FLO.R/LJA !

No nation can go to hell un- Junk trunks, the 1937 proposals total $12- I ', 1i SEAL/NOTES f fI
005,186, counting general revenue i. s .
I women open the door. Women packing boxes, / I II
t > odds and ends of special' funds and special I
a great extent have neutralized mlllagc; items The 1936 total was
broken
furniture '
influence of wicked men as Nick caught the I $11,383,74120 '" I ,I 4fl' ;. !
eratlons have been born into the
,Governor Cone opposed the .increases !
flash of
silvery .
rid. Paul wrote I
Timothy someling t 1 1i
II the winking end us the budget commission,
like this "I know are ao4 7
: you
I made of himself and members .
man, Timothy, you had such 4g of a revolver as lof up i ,
his cabinet voted individual
on
i
9' he came down the
,
mother and such
good a good
I Institutions and departments. He I >
indmother" Young people may 4 wooden steps. In- I
% sought to have the amounts whacked -
to hell In spite of the Influence s tin c lively he I : t,. 1 1I
back, In most Instances ,to what
good mothers, but the Influence 5 ducked' behind a j
departments received In 1934 :
,
a good mother Is the greatest j heavy trunk. He r Principal items recommended In I ,' ,

gle restraining human Influence was just in time i I 4 ,
I '
the general revenue fund, and the d
the lives of young people. The s ll A half dozen I II I amount of Increase over last year,, I M live t n ,, t.I .
Iter must admit that he has a ,
successive shotstr' I
I s ate: University of Florida $815-: elll't

ling of despair about the future J rang out from I 000, up $181.1'>00. agricultural ex. I .
our country when he goes Into Dancer .
gun. I perlment stations $385,000: up $60;
[ ing rooms and hotels and finds Then the cabaret I/ i l" t j jI
I state plant board $300.000 up $2,- Ad }
t r
ores of women young and old ,4r--l owner made ai! 388; Florida State College for / ;

Inking cocktails and smoking I %4, sudden dash for Women $517,000: up $133,828; I h E EI t

[cigarettes. Thank God for the i rear exit The I I school for deaf and blind $181,500, !

ftyousanda of good Christian girls I ? tiwl"r door slummed. up $2 .860, negro college $165,000, jiLl

-'d women who have refused to io r At precisely the ,, up $31.66O I i' 4r..

f w their knees to this false god of i same moment the Chuttahoo Increase I .
(
lM1 I Ii
o as you please. clasp lit the Florida state hospital $1,395,000 t, ,

trunk guarding $307,762; Florida farm colonyDon't 1, :
J c n
.Yee M }
JUST ONE SPOT AicL realised front Nick, damaged'by Iup:I

Pand kill all tk* DM the Hidden rilence the bullets,
on Iho doc or FAU I that the man Iiefota i
SAFe mung had than ifJ Air fell apart. The DAVID i

' OUAHANTffOONI.SPOT do. y plan of optvnfion.. trunk sagged ;: k, I
o not
i...l Plou.. It MILL open and a body j
YJL/;
5.db.p. >
M
w- arla. .d 1
.
*od .. I fell out. Neglect! Them tNature I I

kitchenette, where unwashed dishes It was that of a swarthy man of I "..'.no" the' hldwys ta rfa u

3IITCIIELL'S DRfO STOKE vied with half-empty glasses on perhaps fifty-five, with grey turned : .lowing........1..blood...Job.t.Tholr..... froo task frf i.t .t.*. a k..ph..o.o. jl of FIOG/DA r..,. ;

I the shelves. Then he turned back moustache. He looked Spanish taste 1m....."...., Tha art of living-tiff I'/AS TNEf2S7
"Stnrke, FloridaJREMEMBER ., to the living room. He stepped to or Portuguese. Hardly crediting I I itiflf-im th.conafantljr.kldneya mwac produrmg watt.m.tt.r ,. THE' ."" I ,

the dressing table looked quickly the evidence of his senses. Nick too. blood: .If food: healffi r.v'J: :: //V .
Whon thm function ..
fail la
i I through the two drawers, paused stumbled to his feet I I I Naluro IntofidMf-)1', _h.r. THIS to and took out a vanity case of "Been dead about twentyfourhours I ...... that may eauo* bndl/-. ". dia.troaa. I
; I On. may watt nagfing baeliaeha. ,
1 plain design which he pocketed. ," was the verdict of the med poralotoiit hoariarh........of dlaalnoaa' ,
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up "I. .lIn.. pumaoot
There no other place exceptthe ical examiner who accompanied .
CROSST was ..
." .. Ik* .)1_fart tlrod, ..._, allwor
closet, where private possessions Abrams to the scene of the third I *atit.Fraquonl.. I DAVID LEVY Ylur'Irvcd a* a pnAtorfiO..1 irardcd ai the grcatnst: Floridian of his diy }

| MEANS FAST RELIEF might be concealed. And the murder. The slain man was Pedro | aoanty karalng: pajaagoamay the FLORIDA INDIANS; I In
b* furtkor avldrac I oi klda.y. o> Florida from July, 1813;;, to Mai-.i:. 185)) Although: <<
closet contained nothing but a few Dominguez. janitor of the building. ....eleler.dwtvrbanea.Tk ami ,
I Priorto adopted Inch modern implements ai pots '
15c 18.T1
rod 11 *raeognltod*a4 eropor traatHMMla tnJ from March, 1856 to January, !
dresses and coats. Abrams found that from the tele- a dlvratM dMn.I.' koi*tko kidaryag dcluI kni'. etc. : till elms to( the. an. .
riany :
DOIENg Senator he served as a I II It:: eJ.
FULL !
election
p QL L2 .I rid W aioooi polaonoiia body was. his as a
in all directionsllck's that about .even.
Trained to look phone company i
to D...'. fill. Tkoy km.. had aiora 27th .nd 28th Conr'cased mo:hoJ of grinding! their corn In a holtowij! i. I
Tull[ p't FOil to the the evening some-I lbs. ..... of o f.om Florida to the
::- went up ceiling. thirty previous forty publl aapraval Ar* I
eye ', .. ..... 10T'e! corn Is paccJ: IrnlJj an I put ...I Ihy I II
.o ta- from the building onoorood too omtry 1n111t' N red served. from March 4th ISlt. to March: :3rd.: or ;:
the dressing one apartment
: : Straight over Jtaon'a.Sold M all .drug ot.roo. I I It. wooden .". Thii it i h:.. 3
l'n :
@ I ble was a criss-cross crack In the 'called to ask for Nick Charles' 18 i.. i'o: prominent wan h, In tit:! f 'Ion it a a y >

!I plaster. Keeping his gaze on that home telephone. It might or mightnot I DOAN I IN Iv SPILLS I ridi. djrnj: thin period= f.::.it h* was ref in uji for c-nturip:. a \i tilt Hj.-Ja: AfIilo.1" .I

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ASPIRIN have been
AVER I Innocent-appearing spot be measured Domlnguex. 'I i I, f

first one side, then the ether I Nick bad no recollection of the
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JI Bradford County TelegraphEstablished ,, TOO LATE r rI 1 REVIEW OF JACKSONVILLE'S, PROGRESSIVE\



1S77 I TO CLASSIFY : : I FIRMS

,. MEMBERr : c'-J n, tI5JLL K'" j I WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER CO. .

I ".........,.. Florida Pr... A..i..

{ aoiziaPnss ASSOCIATION' \ Vv \V. HAY ST. PHONES 539:>>2-3 Itt. ., ,I. _.L
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\ ) Accordln' to Babson, know The fact that
: 7t Ud'Z : Roger I. farmers have come to they have established merclal success I'
A -' Lehmunn and a few other !' can get from the Wilson so near us this service and ume of business ,

I nized authorities, Florida Is (' Fertilizer Co. and their keep a full supply here at all times I ment evidences i

; .Published Weekly on FrWa! >'8 and Entered as Second Class to have another boom, and I agents the very best Is reason enough why people of this favorably known, J

: Matter\ at the Post Office at Starke, Florida tell UH the one on the way on the market. therefore' section should use their pro.luctswhen ( section and ver

i make the little party we had i I I \ keep an experimental and they are made especially for |and thus they at ;

Matthews .. .. __ ___Editor and Owner In 1923 look like a mere trine I I I|I department at work at this soil of this part of the country. prominent poiiltii .
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It seems that everybody ain't l I' making improvements They offer personal service i nteh commeirii,'
relief! and allot of folks all |!' growing conditions in which is quite a feature. You can life of the commitThroughout ,, JI'

cot? SUBSCRIPTION:' KATE the country have been Their plant has a large drop in at their office and they ail

Yearly $1.50; Six' :Months!l. 75c-Payable in Advance dough and snltln it away in | and this enables them to will show you what you need and operations you wni' J
i deposit boxes banks and any quantity or any kind of will be able to give you Instant delivery have carried out tn" "

> Advertising Rates on Application the mantle-piece. I at any time. on any quantity. They will: dUng the very bem, r".

JETTIWhat ------ Now makin' money Is one : of the great ag send you this Information If it Is rendering the mo,.i !
1'
ALADDIN'S) LAMP: and keepin' It la something else1 development In this not convenient to here the .
\VOKTmVIIILE JOB FOU par- stop by vice. They havi b..
A I ;
fall heir to Aladdin's won-! to say nothln' of makin' it 'j: section of the state this mere dropping of a card to them. pioneers in the! ,>ff,
i I
!! If anyone should unexpectedly in a mess of Interest, and I Is making a special study\ ,;:.
Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co. real
betr a live
immediate and
r dcrful lamp and want to do xomethinK for the then folks don't seem to have I soil' conditions and is ar pi

ng, or !-> termont of the world. '
they re gettln' gray hair p community while securing for hall'been '
linyway'There deserted island! I rapidly as development accord i
off to Home
pack all the superfluous gripers\ plenty of wrinkles tryln' to I themselves the well merited com- known firm.
oney abandon. unhampered by us sunnier i out to keep it. I
?' j and there, in complete away -
other to their heart's content and to : That s where Florida comes in! .
m&kIng t L souLs let them nag each A long time ago Mr. Thomaa STERLING E. SMITH, JEWELER I

rhe pr1 '. the end of their clays.Ky Edison smart-cracked that !

--rjg andproduc4r- 1] a superfluous:' griper we mean the fellow who complains wan only one Florida and :j ) HOTEL PHONE 5-0296 JAU\-'H\\lII': .... '

Iwlble foz f r for no better reason! apparently than pure love of the people were going to find it out. I'I people of his section know their many styles made by Hamilton entire family can I
know, Well since that statement I lry store to be'the place Elgin and Gruen. ch
occasions, we here and
)y to Round of his voice protest.\ There are I J a very m< I
; made a good many millions | ; reputation Is always present They also carry the best in diamonds -
iean.more. but the BU- cnoose from awaits .
that actually justify u (food round of complaint, i made the predicted discovery | i
c ; I many friends of Sterling of extra fine quality as well In this review verE.
better perfluous griper in not content with these. lie considers! his I only that. but they've been tellln' j' ,I!: who, by the way, has as the best In wedding rings. To prominent business E.M.

*nd ma day lout unless he extends his doubtful talents to embrace the j their friends about it and as a remilt I, the'jewelry business many be able to sell for so many years Jacksonville we ram, "
maknor. of the I tourist travel to Florida this I' j and know that whenever the better line of quality jewelry lelp
.0 of home life and the petty grievances praise this fine slot. ,, ""ed
minor m'mhaps) I season has been greater than at J; in the jewelry line is pur- means that they have satisfied

Too : business world. I any time in our history. I : here the word satisfaction many customers from year to :year man of wide jewennd oem|

the ma n : For instance, we watched a fellow stop in front of a gro-|I Now you take a dose of sunshine !I j :: on its full significance Any :LInt:! of presents for the to refer our man' "den I

too ltttto morning this week. For several minutes he : and balmy air. mix in a few mockin' store features the leading young high school girl or boy or mm when in need store
one
the ; cery 'I birds a bit of white sand beach | of standard watches In all the college: student! an: well as the .
cuZtursmftny 4i stood looking at some vegetables in the window which were with wavin' palms in the background I I -

obviously not to his liking. Instead! of going on about his business add a ten-pound black !
: elsewhere he poked his bass and sprinkle with I II Truck Overturns B. H. CARLTON "Sales Stables" ||
eOnc1u looking for better vegetables tree-rlpen-I I ,
; or j I
IMrm 'i1'L' i ed citrus feed it to I truck owned and driven by
Zartn cqutntIt $ head) in the door and, in a tone of voice that invited argument hall spent forty or fifty years wad. I | Hall and companion, Yan- LAKE CITY ROAD PHONE 7-4370 JACKSONVIIiH\: :\ '

t aid, "If those! are the best turnips you got, I don't want any I in' through sleet and snow.'dodgln' j| ; j j, overturned four This Is one of the best known ways a patron. The
icicles and fighting double I, with a load of strawberries
V i pneumonia and
canj of em. most reliable stock yards In and trade mules hoi' ,
n
tory' whitprofita 1' t What a Haste of breath and energy What a waste of'!' licks, and his I lips mean and he moans just for naturally more.If I j I of Jacksonville north about ten Tuesday miles this entire section. This firm owned tie of the better rla I

: and operated by B. H. Carlton, are In the
time! And what a waste of the talent that all of us possess I he's got enough "needful' he I I week. A rear tire blow-out has been market i.< 'ner
Ther the
serving of this
; j people can surely do no betii
vOlved ..tcU'ture in more or less degree to live in peace and harmony with our moves to Florida buys or builds | ,I the accident. Damage to en: furrourdinj for This firm ,
I : territory will sell
k himself a home and ore cares to I Ij ,i n_ _friilf_ _,_ u/aa.._ _Ahn"t_u_ t9n' v lie!,
1t'iL' : fellow man! .uuu. many years and the farmers have possible prices which i> TfaljMCI
j nettle down to a life of ease and I .
trol ofuch .: come to know that they can get I vantage to the
those farm
:$ Not one earthly bit of good was accomplished by comfort Then he gets to worryln' '
,
as have been. The about what to do with I i ( Revival from theml the year around, the 'It enables them to g> ip i iII
idle words. Hut a lot of harm might the rest of
few
sect
best
In
pe horses and mules at most values at honest .
: P vegetables were not made one bit fresher; the griper's cook ;I 1 safe his jack: he starts lookln' for a : j| Church open tonight at the reasonable prices. Mr. Carlton has be out of the quest pric-) I 111 I
Investment that will bring for first in se
pot was not made one bit fuller; and the storekeeper instead I him In some income. evangelistic meetings be- a L reputation far and wide as abtlslness say all the good thing alike

FER1 ckI of being convinced that the fellow was a fine judge of turnips. : Sooner or liter he'll break out I I I I II at 7:30: clock each even- rity. The man record of superlative of this man integ is us to to state about that this flin in p,.

B : .t was probably thinking what a cantankerous old fool he was. !'1'In business ogain.I Maybe It is | I I the Easter. Beginning truly commendable and he has an there Is no firm in thi- pu,f'

Cons instance of griping to mind II real estate and then again, It may ,! Presiding Elder Rev. enviable reputation in the
Another supetfluous comes I|I horse, country more reliable .wor
Thompson, will
have
.. J be charge
F somethin' he knows
.. : : the details of which we are not quite so familiar with. However -: about. he omethln'I I I, services and will preach mule and cattle business. He treats and who merits youi) en
'a. Anyhow tired of
gets '
i ill people alike, doing as he would and "
j patronage mort at
.
; it scorns a grower, not far from here received a fiue I lust ulttln' around and he st3rtspicklin' to attend.Everyone is cordially be done by and once a patron al. ,f does.

.1 .. tionnaire from some person or some agency, sincerely trying ; papayas or harvestln' saw-
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and first -----
grass thing know -------
I you we -------- -
;:; to offer him assistance.!\ This! fellow previously had had dealings i I
i got a brand new industry In the Court In
that he considered unsatisfactory! with some other person j Ltate nnd then we gotta build some May NASH-LAFAYETTE

) ; or some other agency, so instead of filling out the ques- > uousea. to take caie of employees RefinIshing"A i!; I: announced Judge A.the Z. next Adklns term yes-of SALES CO.

tionnaire to the best of his ability he wrote in such stupid expressions t and that brings on more schools' I court for Bradford County
land notes' and n lot of other I Ite Surf to Come In .
here 3. nn-1 See I'M When In JarUHon\lll 'im i'' We
I
"chicken May Other
: as\ "frog feathers"-and teeth. Of course! things. I '
before Are Aluajs Glad to Hate You.
'. .. this might l he expected to accomplish a lot of good ,I Now when just a few folks do I I 29 and will be Eron-
that. It is what I Macclenny April I 1745 :\I.UT.: .
the statisticians J l'IIONESJA'KSONILLE. 3-3218-0:
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Lot's see what it actually did : It cost the man who received -i[ call "natural cases are now docketed
( but
growth when
.. ) it and rend it several minutes: of his valuable time, J I about half the United States gets ]i forthcoming term tiers t FLORIDA

him think lot leas of the who the Idea .-- I' .....--'-.-.-.--,, .
.j. 1 made n man wrote it, and probably .1 J same at the same time, It ---------- -- -

put him in a bad frame of mind for the rest of the morn- becomes a "boom" and that's exctlv TUERESSA r.

ing. It cost the fellow who wrote it what the prophets tell us Is : : /elgler Correspondent I
even more time, besides a flxln' to happen. I I ''I MILLS THE FLORIST

sheet of paper an envelop a stamp, and in the long run turn- Now .
I'm I
personally total
a a loss J. P.
j Padgett of Plant City oi'K !morro"
;
: ed out to cost him about for "H a I [ 4
$20 neglecting the offered up. I prophetbut. lust the same i relatives here this week. lIE PROFITSI08'fWIIO: SEIt"EI'nE T

portunities. Was all this: worth the little satisfaction he re- ""Ith pridi to my battln' average : Jim Koon and children of
ra ap rophet but just the sameI visiting relatives here asv.. nr\\L: ST.-PHONE s-oin .TACKSOVMIUJ( \
,; ce'vert from getting u few words t of futile sarcasm off his do know that there are more I : afternoon.

chest j folks Interested in Florida __. .
: right. Mrs. C. J. Lewis and When a superfluous griper meets a man with a sense of now than At any time since the ] A. Jones were in CaInes--

t 4J humor perhaps nothing more harmful arises than the lowering -:, like last that hnom every and more day. of 'em gettln' ; :: I I attending to busi I. CLYDE'S: BAR INC.

of the former in the opinion> of the latter. Hut when No stnte tt"ra.
L : a superfluous -] in the Union offers the I ;. and "TUB ( (' II'B" "

.. .. : griper meets another of his kind one hard word is homeaceker and Investor a greater were visiting his family broth of
I
tn lead to another until the result is that opportunity than does Florida t UQfOKSINKS
apt the two become today and that little secret is be-in' Youngblood. Sunday aft- UEEKS <' U f-
Litter enemies for life. iDon't i nol.ied I 219 \\'. '
aiound so far. nHr.. raut HAY YST I'UOXF.IIIi;".'
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: think because! a man appears reasonably cheerful that it ain't even funny. : : I J. J. Jones of DeLand ,

: I and shows no signs! of being overwhelmed by the burdens that I The real estate offices are already : ; an interesting sermon at OPPOSITE NEW BfS TF.IUIIX.\I-J\CISX\'U.U;

i I back on the ground floor Baptist Church Sunday. ..--.----.-.--- ,
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beset adult human ---------
every being that you must put in a few and it won't be long before a lot May and Clyde Hall! were _

I V 'j acrid words) to add a little stature to his worries. Chances are I ,f guys will break out with linen Monday attending .

he has j knickers and< when that matters. STRAWBERRY TIME! PICK TttrCKS: !
as many cares as you and if fate has given him the I happensyou Long Wheel bat trucks
: might an well Mrs. John Jordan and Short W 11t'1'8'/ '*
get to work and
: strength. to carry them hettcl.-then We an recognized as TRf<'K
of
more power to him II vhlttle out a nice stsck of subdl- Putnam Hall were vis HEADQUARTERS In JacUnniuP
: ----II :ision stakes snd< start lookln' on parents Mr. and Mrs. S. rrrondltlon Our policy them In to to tell.thoroughly rebuild our tru k* in"' I""

,'ntan.In; TIIINCS: NO) WOMA& DOES JHACEFULLY | the your mops to make sure just what here Sunday. 1934 I'lrk up units- 4 to select from _____ __ ___ S'5''*
.t | township, lange and section is D. May was a recent vis 1933 Pick units 1 to
Women students\ the Ohio State up select from __________ SW *
University have at! that
organized forty acres you been hang- with her parents, 1035 Canopy top pick up just the job for strawberry!

; the W. S. G. A. (We Smoke Gracefully and Aesthetically -I In' on to all: this time feelln' certain Mrs. T. M. Hagan. Grower _______ ______.________-_____,..- sfW?
). The purpose of the organization is to conduct I thit soo.ier; or later sometuln' 'Thrower and Mr. and 1934 C'nnopv top eren" ----------------------m S3'JIJJ
, ; i courses I would happen. H. Thrower of Jackson- IMS: iMngttt/ bum--stake .._ ____-- _,. M1-1*
" among beginners\ the technique of puffing a cigarette with But this time don't be a sap. visiting the former's sis 1931 lAinif Uheel ba-.ot.&ke -._-::___-_.'::=_ $::111100

11; poise. The W. S. G. A. might be surprised to learn that there |I Hemember. the time to sell is when J. J. Zeigler during the !MANY ANo TJlEnl'l'O all INLAND SEE THEM'1!

, ti* are still lots of "old fogies" and "die-hards" who consider .I. "he other guy Wants to BUY and Cull 5-I03H modeU and types of 1'neil Cars.

smoking\ in a class with wearing trousers and wrestling-| It you want to be sure of your Arthur Mllllken and chil ADDRESS: H2.V-29: MAIN STREET
Ii'. -roiit don't hold out for the last returned to ihelr home J\U'SOSHLLE. FLORID
three things that more and more women are attempting but clime. The more folks who make a 1 after several weeks visit

I ( which none) of them has ever succeeded in doing gracefully. few dollars on top of you, the safer parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. .--.----.. -
you'll be. It Is the last sale that n.
t I will 'rIng a
) county also attend 1
< easiest to make and the hardest Sullivan and
THE 'PKES.IDENTS; ) SPEECH DISPELS ALL DOUBT to cash In on. I' Myra Moody and Mrs.grand E. I LOCAL 1 beneficial promises to be one <)i "te a
< \ in the historvsedation. '
How anyone could listen to President Roosevelt's! address !I p'| Hut on the other hand I'm probably and son, E. J. Jr., of .

of last week and yet be ,. wastln' my breath because the visiting Mr. and Mrs. .PE.NZNG
.c unconvinced to the sincerity of pur- folks who went through the last Sunday afternoon. Marion\ Brown'line
/f |IJOI\e in his )proposed court reform Is beyond our understanding -'I I 'sijach. probably known that by Mrs. Marlon Constan- : Delightful
Party
; Already convinced we were reconvinced if such a thing I I I cart and the others just won t be I transacting business in The following teachers
| of
love it and will hive the Marlon Qo'
to
is J'ossible. when he find out lecently. Brown was 'o>
said : "If it is charged ., Bradford
that I wish to place for themselves! High School will attend guest pa:'
was a business Friday March 12.I[
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visi
on the bench spineless who 'I I! the Florida Educational Association
puppets would Ii
disregard! the law --- -- ; Tuesday night. given by her mother M'' '

I f and would} decide specific cases\ as I \wished them to be decidtil Midwife Institution :Moore, student l at the H. C In Ritch Orlando Mrs.this Jeanette week-end: Mrs! Brown at which time Ma\ .11

I make this. au\wer-fhat! no President fit for his office I Elizabeth DcSue. Cuaale VVII- of Florida In Gaines- cald. Miss Ruby Lilley, Mrs.D.Ethel KIn- trated her seventh birth-
: would appoint. and Mar.is Minnie Tyson. visiting his parents. Mr. M. Spring flowers wert "'1'0
: Senate Dafne Biggs. Mrs.
no of honorable men fit for the Wai- : D. W Leola Roberts, Miss ,rde!
Moore
I key and Ann during the making the home more >"
Eel
office would ry. colored mid..vivcs Madge< Middleton, Miss
I
confirm Lucile
that kind of Ed-
appointees to the Supreme ot' Eiuilfixfd Ccunty, alter.J- : | wards Mrs. Grace for this delightful part '11
Court.. Wainwright, ceietaLI.
Mrs. .
id the midwife Institute in R. G. Zeigler of I Mrs. Edna ter motif was carried ci"
Lake Hart. ]Miss!
I How can any man think such things about the motives of City Friday. Maiclt 5. The In U'tite were visiting his pa-1 I Hinson Miss Ernestine Willie Mae '., Easter eggs ai' IUD
and BuddIng. being
President was dinged: by lllns Mrs. J. J. Zeigler, ton. Mr. and given as favors.
Roosevelt( after the four years he has. Jev.ell Mrs. 3 II Benson and
already spent Graves of the State Board of Ovid Lewis. The young guests eo)<
senior
'.I I struggling against great odds to improve conditions for all of lealth These women are'the only -- '-.--- T. Long Mrs. D. P. guest Mrs. T. games, after which the
: us? It is an insult to the out-of-town Carpenter. Mrs ed refreshments of Ice "> I*
a man whose honesty of purpose has already registered midwives In the coun the silver persons L. A. Gray, Principal Lecn: A. cake.
bet'n proved and an ungrateful bite at the ty. They were accompanied to the tea given .by Gray Mrs. Warren E. Perkins *
hand "
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very About
Institute Wednesday oi
by Mrs. Clennle afternoon Miss thirty-five
that has Hickok, Virginia Maxwell
4 been feeding us. It only : L. F. Mr. and friends '*
serves to bring to mind :ounty health nurse. Chapman, Mrs. Mrs. Bryant were present tc '
: again the old adage that Joe Wallace Beasley, Miss Rosa afternoon
'None are so blind as those who will ---_. from the had Jacobs, Mrs. R. F. with her.
'., not et'." Lightning travels at a speed of ; Mrs L. H. Hill, Mrs. Mrs. Florence Brown Demorest. Mrs. Brown was asslste.; r n:
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!9.COO miles a second. \ Miss. Beatrice Miner Wall and Mrs. G. Mrs A. E. Ing for the guests by Mil'
A. E
Hal Edwards, Lawtey.: Teachers from Anderson. Durden and Mrs. J. M1.vards. ''
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