Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 26, 1937
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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oclc - 33886096
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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; Established 1877 Subscription-For Year, $1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance E. L. Matthews, Editor and Owner

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MOONSHINERS ARE I I I! AM* HK11KIN ARE TilE ADENTl'UES owned the trees tor "boxing didn't
IN DUVAL COUNTY. I I \ :. OF roOU 11KI own the cows for whom the forage WOULD MEAN

HE IS TOLD | rOKTKK UIIO.M UFo MET was being prepared.

I !I Mr. Slmcs, after a little searchfor
PENSIONS ALL CHURCHES Sheriff A. 0 Andreu was one ,! | By "KED1 KERCE other means of making us hunt BIG LEVY HERE

j among a. party of flying enthusl'l i "Son, do they burn those pines for answers explained that he understood -

I --- acts' from Starke who I I back there In the woods to make pines dlo after the first

Jacksonville Sunday and returned I I the juice run out ?" queried J H (her are "ac-rapeil for their
Assistance Program Will:. Presbyterians First With Season's Returns To year Seventeen Mills {Would
to the airport here In a plane belonging i Simea. a Peoria, III businessmanen julren To this we explained thatIt

Distribute $60,210 Here I Sunrise Service Sunday to some barnstorming avi- I Growers About route to Lake City on his first take years, from one to fifteento lie Needed To MakeUp
ators. I visit to Florida! his
Bringing get enough "streaks" on a pine
Passed J7ooO.00
If Morning While gliding through the air. $1 sleek, shiny sedan to an abrupt tree to ext..nto! a. height of ten Loss

I fairly close to the ground, one of I halt beside! our reporter Wednesday! to fifteen feet

BUND, AGED, DISABLED METHODISTS WILL HEAR the passengers glanced downwardand LOUISIANA S H 11. M ENTs !, near the edge of Starke, this "fur- We spent some time trying to GOVERNOR WOULD TAKE

[ WILL RECEIVE HELP REV HOMERTHOMSON there In a small clearing sur- RAPIDLY I N C.R E A SIN(; i riner," as they are often referred explain why "southern folk. 1.3 FOR AGE TENSION'S;

rounded by thick woods, was a big -- I to. wondered Just why people burn scrape a tree make Its juice run -

There are approximately 383I Easter will be appropriately cel- moonshine still, with operations! Strawberry production In this the woods.. In leas than an hourwe out and then burn its face, and! the Bradford County will receive a

I needy persons in Bradford County I ebrated here in the various churches going on in full swing. Several county remained.at about the same had him convinced that the' automobile finally purred softly sock below the belt In the form of

who will benefit from the proposed next Sunday. The first gathering big barrels of mash were lying level this week with 8,230 crates woods grass wasn't "fireto! and the visitors to Florida went an additional seventeen mill levy If

{.seven and three-quarter million of worshippers will be at a sunrise around and a cloud of rising smoke shipped from Starke and Lawtey. make the. pine trees bleed crude on their way. 'the legislature tampers with gasoline

1 dollar' assistance program which I service six-thirty a. m., at the plainly showed that the shiners for which growers: received an av- gum for turpentine making but We have devoted many of our t tax money, an analysts oC

will be, acted upon by the 1937 Presbyterian church. The Rev. didn't mind working on Sunday. erage ef J4J50 per crate, or a totalof 'I rather to furnish fresh graaa for spare moments and we.ha.vf plenty the local situation showed this:

State Legislature. The total an- Fred Yerltes of fit.: Mark's Episcopal Just as the sheriff wag looking $23,535.: No Immediate sharp I cattle during the aprlng'and'sum- of ,them. wond rpy| just why i wrek. ...

I nw benefits for the needy in tllcount .. church: will 'conduct the ser around for a parachute with which Increase Is seen but by the second m 'months. the people who""juice pia.." and Bradford whose total assessed

( ,. will be about $30.240. vice and win be assisted by pastorsof to descend on the unsuspecting week In.. April the season here i -Isn't that a mighty tough spotto thorn who want forage so that they I valuation 1013000.. now r.-
the other churches.At brewers, someone took another should be at Its'peak.. I Ifavethe tree' In. after '
The figures have Just been re- i they. might "juice" their cow.. rfoift get be\vea\ approximately $:$32,000.00
f leased by the State Board of Social the Presbyterian church the look at the surrounding country Totals for the Bradford seasonto have graciously offered their together some way) Maybe you nually from the seven-cent gasoline

f Welfare! and were computed asa pastor the Rev. Q. H. Lowry will 'Too bad we're still In Duval date stand at 1.208.280 pints sap to .make money?" the Illinois landowners can figure. out 'better tax There has been talk of the

I result of a survey made during: preach at the eleven o'clock mornIng l County," the observer. said. shipped bringing In. an :estimated man continued. After a few gasps than we. Or Is tt anything to .'.' taking one-third of thin

I the' fcast year and a half. service and the music will be The iherlff looked disappointed. return of $147,000.00.Pro4uctton' for breath seeking new sources; of a newspaper reporter., after i1 UT' amount, to pay old age pension*

1 This study "shows that there are under the direction of"Mr. ElleryM. ,at Plant .City Continues explanation, 'w' it b 'our limited The Peoria man wondered. He .n.<..'If such a thing should coma

233 .gid' persona, sixty-five\ orpvel'"h1 Davis. fairly.heayy. and sixteen knowledge' of the naval stores Industry was then about two days'oW.4ofat' about this county would lone about

J BraVJford County; seven At the Episcopal church the TRUCK cars 'were shipped outof, there we went: on to explain that .. Florida Is concerned-and, U1.0oo.0b'from the i bond.,Interest

blind persona: Rev. Fred Yerkes will preach at Tuesday The total movement frequently'the people, who did theflrln&.caied'lIttio we, a native of the'aunshtne state. ami'slnldnk'f .To makeup this

ilies with ,'1.t2. deeeitdent.childrenwho nine'o'clock In the morning. Mrs. Of Groceries from there this 'season has been about the trees. wondered more than ever- 'about lost air" Increase) of seventeen mllli:

are (,il1c11>\ttfVecetve month- Rawsett. Davis and John H. Powell 16.213,120 ptnti for which growers. We further, favored the "traveler"with this situation that ,costs 'Florida ,. In the county bfvjlryould I be necessary -
.. have received $1,640,189. the apparently gratifying Information land owners millions of dollars annuallyi ,
U' cash; grants. wilt sing as a duet "Ye Slow of <
"''Monthly cash payments are expected Heart" from Life Everlasting OVMTURNS Fifteen cars>were reported! out I that usually people who A recent editorial 'ta the Winter

I to average $15: for the aged; H. W. Petrie. The sermon will be of Louisiana Saturday" and nine I la von Herald pointed out the

[$13: : for the needy Mind; and $10 followed by communfon.- Monday.. BROOKER SOILNATURALLY fact that a noajorljy of only bar
[for each, dependent child. ., At the Methodist church at eleven TWO ACCIDENTS OCCURIN -1 _. JUDGE SEBRING vote In each house of the legislature

I 'The Federal government will o'clock a. m. the Rev: Homer WEEK AT 13-48. WPA ECQNOMIST RICH will be needed to pool all state

I grant mo,\e. than three million dol- Thompson presiding elder of the JUNCTION WlEK Speaks To revenue In'accordance: with the
Ilirs a year to Florida to pay part Jacksonville 'district 'Iwlll deliver wishes of Governor Cone, while a.

\of the coat of a public 'ualatancept the sermon. The choir under the The Chevrolet pick-up truck WILL ORGANtFtJRNI- READY FOR HARVESTING two-thirds majority will be nee

( gtam. If the State will pay the direction of :Mrs D. E. Knight will driven by L. Torruella, local merchant -I TURE. BUILDING ROTARIANSNOTED tsuary to over-rlile, a probable veto

rest. Provisions of the National sing special music. Those taking overturned just this side of PROJECTMiss Wide expanses: of rich Bradford by the Governor If an attempt'" )

|Social Security Act enable the part are: Sopranos: Mrs J. W. Andrews Lawtey on Road 13 Tuesday morning I County soil, acres and acre of It, made later !give the gasoline money

[states receive federal funds for ,.Mrs.: Rawson J. Davla, Mrs Torruella and his companion Orpha Cola, Jacksonville JUDICIARY TELLS freshly' turned for spring plantings, I back to the counties on the present

(aid to these needy groups. H. B. McLendon Alto: Mrs. E. K. Charley Carlton were not seriously -I Home Economist for pistrlct One I DANCERS: OF make a trip through the Brooker basis.

The State Board of.Social Welfare Perryman, Mrs. D E. Knight, Mrs. Injured after somersault- I lof the WPA visited Starke thli PARDON section worthwhile at this time of The Herald editorial states that ;

| le'now administering a tem- James Retch Mrs. N, DtWalnwright Ing with the truck three times, I week In an effort .to organize a 'I, > LAWS year. Of course, furmets In all Cone would probably veto such A 1 i
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raryold age assistance program Jr Tenors: ",James hitch, Carlton having a broken wrist and project for furniture making, and i The great ease with which a man parts of the county are making move unleHS the legislature first\ I t i

vhlch ends July 1. Unlesi' the Leg- B. M. Montgomery, Dr. H.; B. McLendon. a scratched'head, Torruella sustaining other home work among relief fam- | who has been convicted of a crime their ground ready at this time, but provide the .1,000,000: necessary

4 lature provides'for the continuation Basses; TTT.: :Long, l2.: F. l :a,twisted knee and; bruises ilies. i and sentenced to a certain number the high rolling land around for pensions and asks: "Where will

of this program. more than Smith. Soprano .solo; (selected) below the eye*. The truck Is said. to Miss Cola explainer that she now ) of years In prison may apply Brooker makes an especially brautlf they get the $ ,OOO.OOO, especially 1

B.OOO persons who are being aided Mrs Rawson'J. D vl4. 'Mrs. F. H. have turned over because of a me- sought several kklllod workmen a I for u pardon under present Florida Jl slffht.: I since the Chief Executive baa

till be turned back to their city Long, accompanist. chanical Imperfection In the steering cabinet maker, skilled carpenterand I( laws was explained by Judge H. L. Brooker hall the reputation of beIng more than once stated he will not
others who would be used In
nd county' governments support Members will ye received Into apparatus which made the vehicle Sebrinff, of Gainesville at the Rotary Bradford County's hog and approve any new tax measure andIt

There are eighty aged per- the church and babies will be christened 'uncontrollable. They were Bradford County to construct fur- I Club meeting hero WeJnes- hrmlny section, for It Is here that in !generally thought that approximately
sons Jn this county who are receivIng from niture for homes of clients from or-
by the 'pastor. Mr. Mont returning Jacksonville with 1! day. farmers grow not only a few so- : $2,000,000 now received -
| semi-monthly allowances at merchandise when the accident diary material which she said will will be lost through repeal of
gomery will preach at night at 7:30: occurred I Speaking to it group of attentive called money crops, but also I make
J present be comfortable beautiful yet Inex- slot machine legislation and that
o'clock liRteneia, Judge Scbrlng said that ante of having three square' meals a
One of the features of the A minor accident pensive. day by devoting sufficient requiring payment of one-half per
pro- At the Baptist Church, the Rev at the 13.8 Intersection I In counties, at any time after a man enters acreageto i
posed assistance is the Smith's twenty-one Including vailed and garden plots.Right cent grows receipts taxes J
program by Garage hap prison he may apply for a pardonby crops
B Price will
| C. preach morning
Bradford and Union, which Mine '
The Herald
concludes "Still
for :
. change in now about of
age requirements and Easter pened Saturday afternoon when a giving only ten day. notice and sixty acres t
evening. Special
Cola said will be combined in the
who receive old age pensions. will be under the direction of man named Aut, driving a Plym- that this notice does not necesiar- Spalding Rose Irish potatoes and Governor aay.'e don't need any
work, clients have constructed fur. Is
l1thOSe. the present plan the age John H. Powell. outh with an Ohio license turned sly have to be published In a newspaper twenty acres of Red' Bliss are about more taxes/ What( Increased i
niture for their homes from crates, taxes "
Is seventy years, but this will -- -- north on road trom Rood 48, In the but may be posted at three ready to be harvested ar;!uitU County mileage but more ?
boxes and even barrels. Cozy liv- .
,be lowered to sixty-five by the pro- path! of an oncoming automobile places In the county where the Brooker. Among the '..ro1t'S who -
have been made
ing room chairs
po"ed: program. CATTLEMEN driven by a Jacksonville citizen. chances are that no one will ever have large planting .W O U Col- Itlrths
from barrels. Kitchen cabinets:
At the general election Novemr Atu paid damages. and stools from orange crates and .see It, and the people of a community IIOD. Emory HUClII J. M. Mott and Mr. and Mrs. A J. Wilkinson

1, 1936, Florida voters ratified Another accident occurred at tbe boxes, and even a "homemade"ice will not be any the wiser 11. .p Qalney. Lawtey buy March 8. '
a constitutional amendment which In MeetingREORGANIZE until the criminal .
same spot at four o'clock Wednesday refrigerator from a common they see again
empowers the legislature to appropriate afternoon when the Oldsmobile In their midst. <

funds for relief and public driven by Lloyd Heitman (Ohio license goods box Photographs illustrat- After the notice has been published .
ing the modern furniture
assistance!: thus clearing the way I ) coming: from toward Klngaley 1! made from common often discard.being the prisoner has only to'[ WHAT Dou THiNK?r IDII. r

for Florida' to obtain matching Lake struck the 1932 Ford of I I ed! wood were shown by Miss Cola, present a copy of It at the next
ed eral funds which are offered -
I. Ed Stanley and overturned It that would brighten any home : meeting of the pardoning board,
nder the security act. DIRECTOR IS SENT TO blocking traffic quite some time. I along with a copy of the "
While no definite out- .Ub.//
A three-point assistance program STATE-WIDE ASSOCIATION The accident wee! said to be HeK- 'Jine''I for Bradford! program t be I stantial facts" 1the/ case, \Vrrkly tlurntlon. O. I. II.-\"N r.04.! popular dentist t F.
will aid more than 43,000: individuals jould! announced > such other affkJavl"anJ ; Our question this week was aug- answered "Yes. But before 4
..JiH1,. man's fault and no one sustained this week. the directorsaid f 'papyri Ii gaited to us by'a citaln prominent
in Florida who are in J, he may: (desire. r t this cloned season can effectually .
eed. The total coat of this program About forty members of the serious Injuries. An Interesting she believed furniture building Judge SebHnfc, Mtiited Bradford.: County fisherman and! I restock our: lakes,: and stream .i".i"I ;',

will be $7,809,820, and of this Bradford-Union Cattlemen's Association -I fact about the accident waa that centers will be set up in various I| members of the | that the : iportsman whit Holds"'" the lntei" ts we must enforce the laws against: I ':
not a glass In the Ford was broken, I parts of the county within the next iakkrdoning board of of '
the Federal government will pay met at the court house lire all men of highest/ conservation life and trapping dynamiting, and nat I
{,53,068,900 leaving $4,740,920 as the Thursday night, March 18. The !although damtged. the ear was very badly few weeks, giving employment to are not to be blamed Integrityand for the game close to heart. We have solicited ting better. Also more care .I 'i+

unt which the Legislature Association was reorganized and A a number of skilled carpenters laws that make It so for our answers from people must be exercised In seeing that ;/f
nust appropriate. all old and new members were requested -- cabinet makers and others. thousands of prisoners to who are well known locally for base are not caught In Florida .!

-- to hand In their'names to OFFICIALS Miss Cola said yesterday, announcements their applications at one time.present i heir Interests In fishing because and secretly shipped and sold in. ,

CERTIFICATES the secretary. RAID STILL following a conference Up until the board they are, naturally, the ones most other state After four' or five
present re- I
with other WPA '
officials In
The need of memberof concerned and affected by the years of this the closed season 1
becoming a set
WILL COST MOREDUE the county will be made In the |JcenUy I up some new rules it '
facts and
the Cattlemen's Association was CAPTURE EIGHT BARREL I II was not even necessary for the statements which follow. would not be necessary, for experts t

RULING. brought up and discussed by B. J, DISTILLERY BUT NO Telegraph next week. judge who panned sentence and the apace would not permit us to Include ) say that the taken and t
ACE VALUE MUST Alderman Jr., of San Matao, tem- ARRESTS MADE .I I COUNTYAGENT I attorney who prosecuted the prisoner answers from all the local streams of Florida are the finest ''I'''
chairman B. F Hazen fishermen and so only the more natural breeding places In the 1 t
porary I !I to be notified of the hearing.In !
PAIDA County Agent T. K. McClane- Jr. Sheriff A. O. Andreu Wednesday WARNS FARMERS I I recent month, though, list. of prominent ones were approachedThe United States.' "

J. Thomas clerk: of the circuit and other members of the associa afternoon captured a fourteen II I prisoners Intending to apply for question: "Are you In fnvoint PAUL r.. CANOVA, clothing merchant

court, said yesterday he would tlon. "jell barrel moonshine still near Row- MUST HAVE WORKSHEETS: j I pardons have been sent to judges a closed black bass fishing sea favors a cloned! season. _
Lake In the southern part of IN SOON TO BENEFITBY +I on during the breeding lime "To
preserve fishing we must
egln complying Immediately with i i The members present decided! to I and state's attorneys. This, however .
Bradford County. PROGRAM fMarch, April, and May ?) Reac have Jlah, and' If the practice of
Supreme I .
Court ruling that purchasers join the State Cattlemen's Asso- I Ij I Is not a state law but Imply
I He said about eight barrels of i thee and de
] well-phraaeJ replies catching the fish
of delinquent tax certificates ciation, and! voted to send $23 to The '\ a rule of the pardoning board spawning
[ In Florida shall henceforthpay i mash/ ready for distilling was con- j I county agent announced |, and be side: your answer to the question. time on such a large scale as U '
the secretary of the State Association might stopped at time.
: any
yesterday that those Interested
'flscated with the still and held. Iq H. V. K.Mdlir,
prominent lawyer now done Is continued the 1
the face value of the certificates due Judge said. supply
as membership I I Sebrlng
I The local official obtaining payment In 1937 for "
accompanied by I says "Yes. All fishing should be will soon be exhausted
: instead of an amount baaed membership entitles the Bradford- j The speaker also touched on the
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plowing under legumes
W. l B. Thornton, had to carry tbe summer stopped during spawning season ,\. S. KTKICKLANII, summer resort -
upon the lowest assessment during Nnlon 'Association to elect one of and other i confusion and delay arising out of
still more than two miles accepted soil conserva- The
throughthe restocking of Inkei! and
I proprietor, answered "Yes t
period of delinquency. Its members to serve as a memberof j tion i'i he complicated system of courts
practices must file worksheet
woods before they reached the a I'j streams by the state amounts to favor closed
a season on black
Property will still be | in thin
owners al- ,the Board 'of Directors of the at his office In the state and said matters
Galnesvllle-Starke very near
highway about nothing In with what bass and
comparison also
owed. redeem a closed season on
Jo certificates on State Association. W. S. Sibley of future. might be simplified with a greatlIavln&
heir I five miles from Starke, where I nature unmolested will do. So bream during June and July of
own land at the lowest as- Theressa was chosen as this member Those who I to taxpayer.
I transportation was obtained for the participated last year fish In Florida dun each
many people until the lakes
year are re
essment, Mr. Thomas said. i of the State Board of Directors. i .
ride to town. No one was arrested are familiar with the program. It } ing recent years that unless stocked"
The Supreme l:ourt's decision I Buys Tract On Lake
L L. Johns was selected to accompany I is
"Very Important that those who
In connection with the finding of some protection I. afforded this T. FRANK LANDKITM,
case i handed down In a Lee County I I: Mr. Sibley to a meeting of the still Sheriff Andreu said. desire participate In the pro I Judge W., A. Ellis of Jacksonville sport will soon be a thing of the mayor of Starke, says lawyer: "No sand
involving some hotel the Board Directors In Klsslm- pone
-- gram (In 1937, file a work sheet before has purchased a 160-acre past
tax deed cannot be Issued the mee Friday March 19. j I 3 It Is tract of land: Sand Hill Lake loves to fish for that great
Lk-Church April as doubtful If on fl. B. MtlNIIV. of Three Friends
eat of all
curt Klngsley i game flub, the Florid!
said until the full face value
--- work sheets will be taken later near here and plans to> build a
I Barber answers"I
\ Shop
cer- Bass
"f more than I do and
a delinquent tax certificate Is Service will be held at the
Small Fires than that date I amp and summ home. The land!
I think closed
am. a season therefore it is
ild a matter of deep
and this value must be based Kingsley Lake Baptist ChurchSunday
This Is was from D.
purchased Borer
The local fire-fighting apparatuswas program open to every of about two months from
concern to to realize
me that
upon the oldest certificate if at' I
[ the morning. March 28, .
called out twice this week to 'J producer in the county who wishes March IS to May 13: would eliminate baas fnhlng| Is getting
seed valuation Is lowered In 10:30::! o'clock. The Rev. Ivan Bo- to Install New Filler poorer
The of
ubsequent extinguish minor fires that resulted hannon will I participate signing a i the pOHSlblllty of our lake every year in spite of our State 1
years.Meetings. In practically no damage. Sat- | work sheet places no obligation upon : The local Coca Coin bottling ever being without> fish, but at Conservation Department's best t
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'lrday night about 11:30: o'clock the either the producer or the government plant has put In this wt&k a large the rate'at which they are now efforts. In my opinion unless

CloseThe electric motor in W. P. Smith's refrigerator New Electric Welder amount of new machinery and apparatus being caught especially rn something Is done to protect the

series of meetings that have burned out due to Incorrect E H. Smith has just Installed a The agent urges that producers for filtering the "hard" spawning season, we will soon Black Bass during the bdeedlng

il'*en held at the Methodist Church wiring. Sunday afternoon modern electric welding outfit at attend to this as- soon .as they pos. I! water, common In this area. So have no fish at all." season It will only be a few years

luring the past two weeks will several shingles on the roof of his garage here that Is capable of slbly can to avoid the rush at the I thorough Is this filter that the re- ..\L F.RT.IIJERooO.l.:. :. garage and until bass fishing will be a thing

;come to a close Sunday turning Professor .J, H. Benson's house on taking care of the needs of this en- last minute. .ulting water Is practically as pure service station owner declared of the past. There Is no need to

"ith the Rev. Homer Thompson, North Walnut Street burned. tire section along this line. Mr. as distilled water. This process "We should have a closed! season lock the stable after the horse .H

residing elder preaching the fl.hILI .--- Smith has mounted his machinery Attends Convention ;, vill give the company's product an on black bas*. It Is the only stolen- 'let's protect our Black

sermon No service: will be held Twenty per cent of the foreign on an automobile chassis so If It Is County Judge E. K. Ferryman ': Improved and smoother flavor and port' fish we have In Florida Bass now during the breeding

{Saturday night, it was announced. commerce of the United States Is impossible for the jolt to1 be attended the convention of county) taate and bring their unit up to and they need to be protectedIn season so that our children will

New members will be taken into handled on New York's ISO: milesof brought to him. he can go to( the judges held In Jacksonville Thursday -I|I strictly modern standards In every the spawning season If we are not be denied this great sport la

"e church Sunday morning. docks.: job to do the work. detail. continue to have them." the future.Brubfnr .-

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P\OE TWO asansvlnnd'nmrv. TEUOR\PH. ST.-\RKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. :\I\Rr" ..

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AGE F PROHIBITION "SIT DOWN"HTItlKKKS strike against the major parties Own And Abolish Spoils Sys and announce their grievances to i I I HAMPTONMlw J :\orici FOR: OPrrin'rtx: n.tn: : ITIO\ dsxree.14 It.---! iart,. -' ,,?p ,
: lust think of the effect It would I tem!'" the press. Read some of the headlines 'I I C..rre. .a...... (revere. Bill %.. I'M I runs' ill ti:irk,.th...
Aim :Nsw .
have If every voter who'Is dissatisfied "Claim They Have Enough Votes i that might follow in that ;NOTICE Irt 1 HEREBY!] iiKV; That. d Mouth Hang __
hinder of Tax 1'er-<
Marffuret 4Iurs. .....
d. .; By GUY HARDE BOYLE and disgusted with the old To Defeat Both Parties In event. Mrs. J. P. Sullivan spent the tlflc-at Vn 409. 1 Issued the ind day ty under a the ement said or, n,
Three Cornered Fight!" I "Church Members Go On Strike Cleveland nt July A. D 1t34. has filed same In the name : e
i4 Here are some Ideas that came parties and dismayed at the kind week-end with her son my office and haw mad application I Unless of liradfcorilf"
1 said
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to me the other day about "1It! of government thejr give us would Yes, I can see how that sort of Against Pastors!" Sullivan of Theressa. for a tax deed to. be: lptfUd. thereon Deemed according ,?,
the fallow-
: down" atrlkes which I a'm giving just sit down at home and refuseto a sit down strike might be very "Demand That Preachers Vigorously A. A. McDonald of Mandarin Said Ingdrnrrlhvd. certificate. property mlnceB In the. County arty described. th'i" .. n

at the risk of disturbing the conservatism vote either ticket. effective. Oppose Liquor Traffic was transacting business here this wit of. ni-udfoiit. Slut of .Florida to- the door hlch on..the t bidder. firm,",

of some readers of this Then there Is another kind of !" week. month of May U:7.! :: '
The ft 234 Feet of the followingdvmrllied '
paper. Now that this power has Imagine the headlines in the "alt down" strike that might do "Refuse To Attend Church Or Strong Dyal of Alexandra, Va., piece. of property. to- day taled of May tl U 1937
> 18U
newspapers Contribute Till i Pastors the of his mother, Mrs wit: Recta al :oIouth"'. .( Cor- .
was guest t37.
4 been demonstrated and It has been I some good. We could call It a ner of lurid, sold to Mrs. T. T
; shown how a few men with or "Fourteen Million Voters Refuse church "sit down" strike althoughthe Change!" Thos. Dyal this week. Long. by 8 J, Temple '& run (OFFICIAL SEAL,

'1 without a grievance can tie up an to Vote Either Republican or purpose would be not to sit Demands of Striking Church P. E. Griffin of Bunnell la the East U degreea. South' 41 "'...t.th..n'e A. .J. THOX
\'I..rk of r-
entire Industry perhaps some way Democratic Ticket!" down In the churches, but to sit Members Include The Follow guest of his uncle, B. Johns thisweek. 839 feet. Mouth th"Ir."n, 14 d..r.e.r..t 14 degree. of Bradford

t', can be found to utilize this unique "Demand a New Kind of Political down at home and refuse to go to ing: s South 82 feet. thence North 14 I.U.St..11
"' Eleanor Peck who has been
colB" methor to perform a genuine service Party! church until it offered effective op- Demand No? 1: "That Pastors ;

to the people and to the nation "Insist They Will Not Pay Tax position to liquor traffic evils. Shall Teach, Preach and Fight visiting relatives here returned to
several To Office Holdersof her home In Lena, Wis. : ff Girls Will Be Girls .
We can think of es Support Supposing all the church memo Against the Liquor Traffic. Again I '
Mrs. S. B. Dyal and daughter re
kinds of "sit down" strikes which Major Parties! bers with convictions on this sub Demand No. 2: "That Pastors
r turned to their home last Saturday
we would like to see started "Announce 'No Compromise: ject should go on a "alt down"etrike Shall Quit Voting With Parties
E'rrElrSI11 after a visit with Mr. Dyal's mother .
,; First there could: be a "sit down" Will Organize Party Of Their next Sunday stay at home Which (Intend to License -..3s.t
t !h Liquor." I Mrs. Della Dyal. .
? The Rev. Turner will at /
j,. Demand No. 3: "That Drinking &
the Baptist Church next Sunday
What Elders Deacons and Other
and an Easter i
Church Officials Be Removed -r
fng, or j$ From Office." ,be rendered by the Sunday I iV

fttnyway| school at eight !in the evening. At /
Demand No. 4: "That Tavel't1Visiting'
three o'clock In the afternoon, an L
Sunday School Superintendents
Easter hunt will be enjoyedby iJf
There; WANTED and Teachers Be egg

s king pri j, Dismissed." the entire school.RETURNS .

Demand No. 5.I: "That Total Abstinence : TO PRACTICE;
tag ands Cproduc '
Be One Of The Conditions MIAMI HaUtead. L. Ritter impeached
reibl ,
Coto }' STRAWBERRIES FOR COLD PACK %>f Church Member federal judge, announcedhis a

ship. return to private practice. The
M Such a church strike could havea refused
means I Will contract with growers In Bradford County for all the berries they very salutary effect on our supreme recently' to
more c review Hitter's case after his Impeachment
better k can harvest from their own fields from May 1st to June 10th, 1937. Will present moral depression. last year by the United -

and m4rto pay :3c per pound net (Cups and Crates returned) for U. S. No. 1 Berries There Is a third kind of sit down States senate He announced then : ) I I1 II

mak I y packed IOOH in 32 Quart Hinge Top Crates, Berries to be delivered at Shipping which seems to me to badly needed that the decision ended his efforts m'11

pnore ei '! l'+! t Wharf In Lawtey. Same to be inspected and weighed by Federal InSpector and toat Is a dry financial to obtain back salary on 1 ,

Toothe H! }, .. or by J. S. Norman. T. I. Wainwright, F. R. Carradine, C. R. White- strike and against leaders.certain Now doA't organizations get grounds the senate bad exceeded: I \

ma(' I head. T. T. Blackburn or J. S. Eunice who will work under supervision of Its authority. aarS
too llttlto > me wrong; I: am for
theculture f> 1h the Federal Inspector. and prohibition work of all PRESIDENT NOT COMING

{''' ',' If Berries pass inspection the growers will be paid in cash for net kinds But It seems to me there TALLAHASSEE Cov. Cone ysw//qR-

many e had received word President ,

conclust #U entire crop of surplus Berries after shipping season is .ver-will please get to our giving., We have a Roosevelt would not make a i C

farm a ; f : ,'' in touch with your choice of above weighers and sign contracts. All con. right'/ to expect that th'molley we fishing trip to Florida during his I I E

farm o '1'. i tracts must be made. and signed not later than April lst..but to.be sure give for that work will not be usedto present.visit to :Warm Springs Ga.
"The president may come down later s... l,Sf
J. that can contract berries!'! at this price should signup +
can] yt1 your you as soon .. "dry" parties We also have "
perhaps some tine la
f tory whsf as possible as we cannot pay this price except to those contracting the first a right to expect that the leaders said the governor April *
f prof!tan, .' 600 acres. supported by these dry funds will ........ L Alit
Hat dais
rwr M MM "Look T
fe There After the first 600 acres have been contracted for we will contract for hot set the bad example to their "THUSDMNO" ON WAY OUT lamtoisu'lusitasj C(U wa1 fa fail cry.apresta.d LOst / v BratlMrMMVMMM thr
fvolvedf 4 an additional 600 acres at 2 We per pound. followers of personally supporting A feature of American life that MlBsaiy ttasitasMaM*. F, kc >yonr iU"mam aa4 '

f culture f Those not contracting will be paid 2c per pound if and we can use!' them "wet". parties and opposing "dry"ones. has flourished since a lad first asked S kim5 as f dsIncibaseB1aetfFs

;' trot of but we are not binding ourselves to buy any berries except from those sign- for a ride on a hay wagon seems
nucta as Supposing "dry" givers shouldgo to be on the way out. According
ing contracts.
sect pei on strike and we would pick up to a veteran hitch-hiker, who has
Contractor will be paid $1.00 in cash to bind the contract. Said $1.00 will our dally papers some day and read thumbed his way for some 60,000

A considered as part payment and will be deducted from his first deliveries. headlines like these: miles In forty-one states, It Is WHATMAGAZINE

FERCoin O. J. Phillips at Lawtey will notarize your contracts free of coat to you: ."One Million 'Dry' Contributors growing harder dally,to obtain

i 4 This |is the first opportunity that the Bradford County Strawberry Co On Strike!" rides by this method. Speed, he

i Growers have ever had to dispose! of his entire crop of surplus berries at a "Refuse Gifts Until Leaders believes, Is making hitch-hiking a

price that will enable him to continue picking as long as his berries last. Vote!"Dry As Well As Talk dying art.

Dry And the Interstate commerce

J. 1 "All 'Dry' Groups Face Disaster commission has recommended thai
Except Prohibition Party! states enact legislation barring

"Givers Demand Dry Organizations ride-thumbers from trucks and other 1

a (BROKERS) Throw Entire Influence vehicles subject to the motor
Against "Wet" Parties. No carrier act.

t J. I,. HARRELL Manager More Money Until They Do!" If the wagging thumb and the

i, h Buying for John Dulaney & Sons "Prohibition Strikers Win,Party It Announces Will Curry If i pleading eye are rendered ineffective.

would seem to be a good
Next Election!"
CANNED FOODS thing all around There would be
Don't you think a "Sit down"strike
no more instances In which driversare
Fruitland like that might have a tremendous -
t i Maryland effect robbed, or even slain by hitchhikers .
to whom they were
giving 0 '
If you can Imagine such a thing rides. And undoubtedly 1
as having all three of these strikes mort
American youths would remain at
i going on at the same time you home.Tallahassee

..-- -- ------ have my Idea of a moral revolu- Democrat.

I .: CaultnEottu MCCALLS
ONLY 100 YEARS AGO 'n1f1N0ER ;

4y1'y1'4 In There the United was States.not a public librar:. Pp S pictorial e r ERI,

Almost all furniture was imported 4,51.,. tuieworm ouai "

from England.An .

1'r old copper mine In Connect! .

cut was used as a prison.

There was only one hat factor C L Yr CA. a

and. Every It made gentleman cocked hats.wore a qeu Ip.ld1 i"6 pas 0 cr 1p, ::a 3' J.enLlt

' tad powdered his hair. 0 stile asd+ "" 4 sae Q why Nas. .1 t
f t JrffTh htlrUM "a L Yr. C rf .a n
'r. Crockery plates were objected to a1 "1' ir Yh '
; s OF BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA because they dulled the knives. 0 wrc+ t .Ilan..-I Yn 0 CMk"b.e Maps- Iy1 n

Virginia contained a fifth of the "
i BOTTLING; COMPANIKH U.IRD1l'\RE-F'l'RNITI'RE' HEAL ESTATE! ,-- SEEDS population of the country.A 0 aNOM llrpl 1 Yb Q Il/q Yy ..1OsM1 95.q
d" bats
man who + C 5/e Q L -'- 1 t..
--------- -" --'- jeered at the preach.
Q e99 ArntMieldIs lr. a ,
I er or criticized s'sermon fin- "r"-1' Ma .1 Y
was ryltnusal U Yr.
We carry a full line of hI'UtUTOIUCO YAM DRAWS. ed. pu5p4n.rt.e .... Yh p'ryafb sans NM'-1

t ,. @lMfl..Pllrh .IUtISL.and: IM.ANKT: JR. REALESTATE FOR SALE at One Dollar Per Two stage coaches bore all the ,kt.l t _____ 'f t4, Q Arun.thlr- I }}

plnun and repair* Thousand' C.,A. Brown, Sampson travel between New York am Nwthshtt.Yr Q J7" sari,; -4 y,

City, Flu. Boston.A al Yt. Q W.msuq ,,
p as M6rkf' ,,,tl-t5S
, Thlrot Healthily .. ... day laborer considered hlrasel ." l Yr
"The Puare That Refrrshra". Bradford Hdw. Co. IF YOU WANT TO well paid with two shillings a day a 1rf1 "----I Yr,

' tits}'. SKIJ. OR RENT RADIOS! Buttons .
,> 1. H. CAKL1SI.K:, Owner were scarce and expensive
0 CAFKSLight's --- I SEEUS- ZEMfH RADIOS!> ,, and the trousers were fasten eE

(. __, __ ed with pegs or lace.
'- I WILSONREALTY UOODRICH! TIRES AND BAT- Leather breeches, a checked no. i orrai no.ThU e
Shell Station An .... .
: II TERIES. LOW shirt a red flannel This Mewl_r. I Tr. All r..
\ I DenmarkFurniture PRICES jacket and a lea O.lr ......._. 1 T.. r.Qalf
" CO. EASY ,TERMS: cocked hat formed the dress of th GMafrom=:: B } Mseada.s }
SFIt: \ ISO $2.10 3
{ I' I Co. I Stern's Garage Glass-Budget.real artisan.-Quoted In National hoOe.ap A $2.40

SandwleIu... Jt< ('.ld l>rluU. I We Ar Ki '..h!IRe| ,:New Spring -- -. or,..

i r ri I Stark E\ery nit>., IV Surr to RETAIL STOKES I! DESOTO VOTES WET This 11'.__. I YO' I All r... ibis. .......om....... 1 Tr.1 RO. All IU J

. (ins: and Oil I Mss It Before You l uy. SERVICE STATIONS ARCADIA-DeSoto County voted 2 Mapds.s A } r.. OaIr 2 M..nU*> A I r." ()elf I

for Superior Result. 634 to 486 In a local option ref sa } +* Cflj
, 1 B. $2.25 3 s=: \ .
I *
D.UIU.SOW _. -- .. For Greater Economy erendum to permit sale of liquor KS ; IAaMitoavl
[I II I .'or Inrrenxnl Satisfaction! SINCLAIR within Its borders. .
Gas SERVICE Oil* ,
> \ND KKIJRLK: ORO'r.K' St.rt.\\rll..r Ref rigerstsrsFIS91e \HiniNIACAKOLINAFKKTIUZKRS: tlon which would start

I ('!''IF.NI> KKCOMMBNDPeterson's : = t'p.-KAHY TKKMS.KINK : : A. W. Anderson'sService try and the Prohibition our cause coun goIng -anrl- ,.nil r -
I "I : 1'i'RNITCRELOW A. M. DARBYSEEDS places and getting somewhere! -1.11.-. ...).ls.a.t._ 5,11 0Ite. .... W ..,..I _1- M
Dairy a.-
The LN O..u'T .... _
PRICKS E.STEUIS: Station advantage to the kind of _. I.'. .-... ....-- .
, Products PHONE: ISA strikes here proposed Is that if the CalM Caavw-lla.*r- 1.71.......... Cr -.eh) IMa. ..
, I t strikers win then everybody wins. ..... 1.e Les: = craw t tt
I'honf 173 Hart Furniture Co. : AND PLANTS Of course this la c.ua.-. W*>Wr Lie 15.45w. I
just a PIotoooior&
dream c ..at ..... ... 1.r1 ......... :
Among 'fh..mre: FOR SALK!; Improved World Firestone Tires., Tube At maybe you think it a nightmare. a- --- .... ......... _WV_ wtMy--- tllu
Well, you are entitled to DIme r..iey J-r--- u. ..... 1... ...
., Beater your opinion CI--
ran .
I \ltn"s pepper pltnts. ImprovedwlUresl5tlng 1.a.aal a .
SI.STIU'NK'SMVNMNO'S 1 NS I'R.SC.1CJohns : 13-28 Service but let 1.10 a.da..b I y
StationCITIES me ---
Mariglone. tomato point that It Is entirely FI.ld as.- 5,11 5.4.w. .., I .
M .10
: TOKKI'KLLA'SU olanls, possible for you to Inagu- PIew.. Gnww ..., f- '-I ...
HITK'HS. Ft. Myers Market egg SERVICE rate 11- .....,---iI' I... ..... < ....
private rl.y
COOK'S & plant pltnts See E. R. Bowers at Oas OIU strikes of your own 11_...... oad.. .u .u... 5._.r.S.a..sd -- ....
Wainwright .
along the Msa.d.
It. JOHNSStOTT'S KEENS: : BK.I'KNDF.H. Tanova Pharmicy. U above lines. lJb.dy Wasaty l.re $9. AJdd Ic
JOE -- LM __ _
t r
SISTRUNK. Owner L"ry DINS ... =_ .:.
O.\D I M'n.Snt: ; (:\' TRAIN 4.N 1' Stsy
SCHEDULE: .C.u s .
L.'e w..... ._ IJal
All -
:\I.\O="lULI.\ T\pcn of In.urltnr.'Ith II rlEDS!> THAT SUCCEED; ATWhite's I .. Our schedule changes December
OM. IlHIulil t'oinpuiilrn it), and
Store trains will runs as follows ) ji
I ....... Southbound 4
'V, DHTOGISTSUK I Such P" corn, bean, squash peas. You Can Find I No. l-Du Starke 11:31 4a11r
prMn'it., rhufan. II : P.M
It I'Ll'y1Rl\ti cups. und crate! No. 15--Due
('olePtanters.L. Distributor I Starke 4:39: P.M Gentlemen]
I I No. 107-Due Starke e
P Pr r AUK I No. 191-Due Starke 0:56: A.M / I enclose |_ for which pleas send !<*'
l LET: ('Ii I'r. 10:39: P.M I
I Gn'E'O"R What the .
3 PLrMBINO You WantIn Northbound magazines I have checked together with 1
r : I I NO I FRESH STOCK OF FORD-HOOK No.No. 2-Due Starke S.03: A.M. subscription to your newspaper
'LIMV: BEAN 18-Due Starke 11:24: A.M 1
.SEED. Reavonablvlrlcrn. .
J. L. Simmons This So. 10S-Due Starke Mara.
Mitchell's _
1 Drug Store I I At the Corner 5:33: P.M b
f V Starka and %Wanne Branch

Ildlrk 1>Jrminble. : Sertlre!' Plumber E f ft' Suwannee Store ,I tfo:' 101-Leaves Starke TOU: A. ju 1 Street or R. P. D_
'ie>. 102: 1
READ Starke t:30:: !'. M .
i THE ADS tally except: Sundays Town and Statei -

IN .1 T J. GRIFFIN. ..... --ll.a-tartllrtolelll 5d

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Bradford County High School Journal .

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-__ _. STARKE FLORID.\. t Kill,VV., :\1.\11.11 2rt, lf X7 XI'MHKtt_._ Tll. .. i'VTIYEDITORIAL .
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STAFF Seniors To GiveBradford SocietyAlbert i Educational Pictures Personality Plus Professor Gray typing and! bookkeeping contests \

EDITORINCHIEF'IRGL"'lIA B Book and enters ,district state and national
Shown In AuditoriumFour
\ FUGATE Kruse went to Gainesville Ailie Sponholtx Best old president Reports Progress contexts often winning
To Alma MaterOne I
LITERARY EDITOR Sunday ever made prises or honorable mention.
JAR TILE HEMEfGWAY Audney Polk and Inus Prescott short motion pictures on Albert Lee Crosby--Those big Mr Gray attended the meetingof Shorthand and bookkeeping me, )
of the senior bequests, the spent the week-end in Ralfokxl subjects dealing with safety, blue eyes.S. the Florida Education Association taught by the Functional Method,
SOCIETY EDITOR Bradford B Book Is on press but Oleta Smith anti Hilda Wyrlck physics, and other scientific stud- Q. Denmark- Better knownas at Orlando last Friday and and students actually learn to do(

DRIED KILLINGSWORTH will be ready to deliver In a few sent Saturday In Jacksonville, ies were presented in the High good looking Saturday lie reported the largest by doing. Pupils often assist with

EDITOR days. I Anita Wainwright went to the School acditorlum here Wednesday Artford Brown---He's the top attendance of teachers seeminglyIn school records preparing news
The B BOOK consists of fifty-two Ravine Gardens Sunday. Besides" relieving the monotony Arthur Swanbom An ideal the history of the association copy for the local paper and assist
MARGIE McMILLAJJ pages with the> traditions, history, Frances Peek, Edna Pearce and of the day, the pictures contained Wlnfred Hazcn-So but BO Mr. Gray spoke at the Florida, banks and business men from time
SPECIAL, REPORTER calendars schedules, and names of Miriam Guy spent Wednesday in much information that" will be valuable likeable. Commercial Teachers' Association to time In the town. J

LOIS JUDD all the graduates of previous yeara. Jacksonville. to the students.' Jack Underbill-A gift of wis luncheon at the Ft. Gatlln Hotel, Many of our graduates are holdIng -
The class received the material Lillian Moseley went to Jackson We are looking forward to the dom. where he took the place of Superintendent : responsible positions In Starke,
from the Sigh School Mr. ville time when motion pictures will be A. J. Griffis who '"
EDITOR'SIESwAGE! faculty, Sunday afternoon. Willis Smith-Crazy but we nil was on Jacksonville, Gainesville in the
is ta the last issue of the paper Gray Mr. Griffls and Miss Olive a part of our dally, lessons In love Smitty. the program for a speech on "Com- Army Navy, W, P ACC Camps .
Ray. Mrs D. P. Carpenter: assem- ASSEMBLY PROGRAM school. mercial Program In a Smaller
Commercial Education
the Senior staff will put out Billy Powell--Better known as and teaching -
Juniors will take charge of the bled the materiaL The opening exercises of the assembly 1'1) H.-- "Tubby." County." Mr. Gray pointed out In the High Schools of Florida.
UE \rrv IF
These books will be used for program Thursday consist. : the growth of the Commercial Department Each we have a number of
for the next month and next year
r I I could make invisible Albert Kruse Always fussing.
I wish to thank each and all years to come and are going to sell ed of Scripture reading and .song, Jewel Ovid Lewis Mayor of B. )L S. of Bradford County High post-graduates who return to resume "
e present members of the staff for only ten cents each. "Onward Christian Soldiers.. following Fogg. School; wince 1030, which Is as follows their work In commercial:
Chester all mouth
I could to Gainesville MoodyHe's
which every
Primary Department : subjects. We have had a numberof
heir splendid cooperation and
day--Edith Rowe.I Edward Bagwell-A good member -
that they have put out. X.-\P--IlTS presented some numbers 1930-1931. One teacher, three adults pursuing these courses.

vant paper to congratulate the new By the Candid CameramanThe :,, "The. Little Dutch Mill," and others all could rights make of a a contract heart--the givingme RoHwell Noegal- We all know subjects: Shorthand, Typing, Book- Mi Gray also pointed out the

r-ln-chief, Frances Peek, I am following at the Junior Woman rick's Miss Lilley" gave "St Pat- of which Is a whose possessor when he Is here.Randolph keeping. Class enrollment of 37 following benefits of the full Commercial -
a Club dance Friday night: I Birthday. person pupils. Program In the school: It
that and her workera will
: /. Announcements first name starts with a W and l is Quniles Little but
Margie McMillan and Bill Buck, concerning keeps pupils In school longer, it
out a great paper for our dear Warren Lillian. powerful 19301937Five: teachers, eleven
Alma :Mater." Beatrice'Moseley and Roscoe Me- Stories of Florida," route to Orlando eliminate,, I Grace Arwood--Little but plenty subjects: Shorthand, Secretarial\ brings back postgraduates and
They'd this column.
Virginia Maude Fngate, Lane, J\rtfol'd Brown and Doshia and Easter program were j I Everybody. -- I, Hweet studies, Typing Bookkeeping I and ndiNt students for this specific:
Editer-ln-Chief. Smith, Wlnfr Hazen and Mar- made. II. Economics, Salesmanship, Gonentl training: helps the whole school by
..--_:-.. garet Pearce, Lillian Moseley and I --+ I knew that my name would not Marie Tillon--There'll only one Business, Commercial Law, offering a broader plan of free electives -
ONE': VIEW OF LIFE Warren Ogletree, Miriam Guy and 1\ }'BOl'S IH'SINESS be in the paper this week.-- hazel Skeeter. Commeilual! Arithmetic Commercial taking better care of Individ-
Dick Williams Frances Peek and Frances and Dot seemed to en- Moore. Patsy KdmondaonAlways willIng Geography' Commercial English ual needs and differences and hayIng
the world is'still Intlng Phil Joy the house-party at Kingsley -- --.- --- to help.Marllle .
day very Davis Virginia Fugate and Clans enrollment of 417 pu a more business like and practical -
: although: some folks act I Junior Adkiiis and Dot Bishop and Lake this week-end even If they INTERESTING NOTKK Hemingway --- n e. t pils.! ? attitude to high school students I

', hough Jt Isn't. 1$ we take a ( Jim Verblank. were not members, Only four more Issues of the B. known for her piano playing. He also culled attention to these Discipline: In commercial

. time 'to. look around ua we The cameraman snapped: I The dance sponsored by the Jun H. S. Journal are in store. Myrtlce KIllinKsworth--We sure Interesting facts about our commercial classes Is reduced almost to the

sure to find sonetbtng to In- Katie Fugate drinking a coca- I Ilor Woman's Club Friday night Many familiar faces are back ,'can trust Myrtlce. department.Our vanishing point. :

it us. '.But it is one thing to cola with a certain business boy of seemed to be quite a success. again from the attack of the "flu" Ireta Saxon--Slow but sure. county superintendent, principal Often more English spelling and '1 I
at something interesting andg Gainesville waa well represented. and Louree Howard- Pretty hair and .
Starke, Friday night. mumps.In faculty student and patrons letter-wilting can be taught in
it. 'If we did that thing that Peek Harriet looked awfully lonely sitting two more weeks we will let how. fire sold on our commercial curri- typing and shorthand classes than : :
'estedns: Jt might, not Interesto Frances Dot Bishop Miriam on her porch Sunday after you in on "The Seniors Last Will Leola Norman-Blues singer. culum, and are solidly behind It. Is possible In the regular English '
Guy, llyrtlce Kllilngsworth, noon She couldn't have Rosa Mae Rowe but we
much.e been wait- -Crazy
very and Testament," "Senior Pro- J. H. Benson, head of our commercial classes We believe the commercial
Edith Rowe, Rosa Mae Rowe, :Mar- ing for all her.
somebody could she? Don'tlet love
thlrtg to do is to select sotne- phecy" and the "Senior Class His department is State Chairman work helps the pupil prepare for
gie McMillan and Marie Tlson with
beat Hilda Those blue
your time, Harriet. Wyrlck -- big
|g you think is interesting and tory." of Commercial Teachers making a better living and a bet-
the Delta Phi Chi's Saturday night
do it Whether tt be work ,or Artford seems. to be slipping; 'I Kid Day and the senior eyen.Audney Section of the F E. A. of Florida, ter, broader life. Wq have foundIt
Edith Rowe and Leslie Biggs at Doshia dated senior Polk--One swell
go at it And get it done. To 4 University boy Saturday picnic will be event of girl. delegate to the Southern District helps the student In home work,
the show an April 1.
Sunday night,
night. better
I::6 better IT is one way to stay -Dosljia Smith and Artford; Brownat Artford. Yj. u be careful The junior and 'senior backward 'with Virginia the FugateSo popular Association, and Instructor In Commercial college, getting the gist'of lectures,
-est|d ui/vhat: you nay be do- I will be 'everit of boys. Education at the Summer sermons, In play-willing and In (ordinary
the'.chow Sunday night. Junior A. is regular visitor at party an April 2. Florled Killtngsworlh'Quiet,,
i !
There Is nothing so perfectit School University of Florida pl'rllnnnlbulllnt.'Ma. Mr Gray
Better beware of the' Candid jthe -- -
: Fugate home. Is it sweet und good looking
can't be made ,a little bit I I Virginia TII()(' IITS FOR Tilt WEEK 1936, cloned with the following; statement -
Cameraman next time. I or.Katie? We'll let you figure that Bee MuHCley -. Can she dance,,
T- 1.'hat is fail ly good should be Our Commercial Departmenttakes :
fw out for yourself. said It!
select something! and then doIng "LOTTA CHATTER"Of Lillian i, made better. you purl In local or InterschoolLois "I close with wishing success to
Madeline mak-
Stump found some dance Crosby--Always
the commercial\ teachers of Florida,
about it will never help all things to happen that this I 2. Any man can don anything
steps Friday night and she made ing posters. Moore as nugur
and them to tell the public
[attain a high aim in life. You should happen-L. O. made a "13' I good use of them. that he really wants to do. Marie Hintion--: -Sweet as can he. LoIH.Judd-A l lovable girl urge .
about the advantages of commercial
also lose interest! in It and to last month on history IV-Surprised 3 Nothing but service brings Irene Debris Bloodsworth Little
Davls-Cutle-ple. -
I wonder why all the juniorsare work In the high schools of .'
red which is uncomfortable
> an ? worthy living. Teresa Jones Llttlebut
in such a whirl this week? Oh! ( mighty. cute und what a temper. 'lol'lda." '(
g. We have (o conquer the 4, Effort always creates ability Alvarez Clothes make .Shun' the ..
There are some juniors that just I I know. They are all jittery about Virginia -- Cnllle Heirlng- 101' L r .-'A ?
ness-or habit of Jetting the can't help but try to Improve theirJookadon't the party today week. They In- the woman. Margie McMillan Life of the New Smyrna, oth--r;; ;; St. AII"J J
1 go by without any effort oWe 5 He can who thinks he
Oleta Smith-Swell
get too pretty Edith tend can personality party
** II give one of the most delightful ustine, claims to have been nettled
must conquer our ;1 H. and Pauline A. parties ever given. As 6 Of two evils thouaS neither Ethel Taylor Ability to do or F.uln Mae Dyal I Happy go before the latter city.

inesse-s .or they will conquers 1! While catting I also heard that I you all know, it Is a "Backwards"' --.- -- die lucky Kula Mae. .

I Louise R. is going lo get her "golden party, and we are going to attend Dragonflies fly backward and I Inus Prescolt Fascinating eyes Katie Fugate A girl of mystery Dr. WTO. Morton, a BostonIan -
applies to each and. every- locks"' snipped. Shh!! But just !I the picture show afterwards. We sidewise without altering the position Mildred Brown A darling \girl but plenty swell U credited with giving the I
>( us and If we don t make an between us I hope they area snip- I hope to have al Juniors and senlois of their bodies. I Leltha Kelley You'll love her Ethel I Puckhanv Charming. world ether as an anesthesia
to be interested In life andhinge --- -- 1
ped too short |I present, &8 well aa the faculty
> we are doing each day Talk about people not being able'i': .a.-----::::: I
ave a definite aim in life wave :
I mInds [
to make lip their Well, 1doean't t trustees
made no effort and there-
seem as If Billy and Miriam |
[can not even be called a fail- 1 "IT.UtV CII.I'F.LWe
are very sure about theirs-need
"He only is exempt from some help pals? sang the first stanza of "Je-
who makes no effort." The sus Loves Me," after which
Boy's First Aid Class seems : we repeated -
By Ella. M. Manning to be having a grand time-going I I,i the Lord's Prayer and the

to Gainesville-then State Prison !i Flag Salute. Our first number was

Exchangehakespeare'a Farm-then last but not least-to : A Dutch Dance by Pupils of Miss
St. Augustine. !' Lilly's room. Ona Demorest recited -

; Idea of high school Harriet E. and Billy L. are seen "The Hole in the Dike" and pupils

P "smiling through" at each other I! from Miss Klncaid's room sang Spring
:ophomore -Comedy of Errors. the second period now a day.-we "The Little Dutch Mill\ Miss Lil-

uniors--Much Ado About Noth- wonder why? ly told us the story of St. Patrick's I

I Talking about am U ing--there Is Day, following which the Rev. B. !
nlor-$ --All's well that endaBerlin ; a very pretty blond, grey-eyed senior M. Montgomery gave us a very interesting I
j I girl and a tall and handsome, talk. Mr. Gray then SALES

High School. grey-eyed junior boy that surely do made announcements and we

I like to smile at each other-they I marched back to our rooms. 1 t ;CLEMUP

ings on thee, little man, also like to go places together- Shirley Colley, Reporter.TKST I
foot boy with cheeks of tan.d j they make a handsome couple > o----U I
[J that I might barefoot go. hope this isn't telling too much }'O'H!' ELF .\G/US' I
t have corns on every toe. Reese and Leola. The- Game of !lomon>'m

Plant, Tampa, Florida.y I Don't you Starke girls go to By Estelle B. Hunter Ph. B. CARS

-- Gainesville too much-those boys, II USED

\ Scores Again j I or something, must be very at- Words having the same sound
j tractive-or have the Starke boys but different meanings are called
In Television Field j jfily i lost their shall we say charm? homonyms, such as air, heir Usu

I The juniors are still working on ally though not always, they also

Hartman, who won in the the Junior-Senior Backward party differ in spelling. Confusion of
pr Body Contest, received thing -I've got a creepy feeling such words Is of course unapparentIn

letter from the American there's a lot of fun coming Up-we J speech, but in quickly revealed In

talon Institute of Chicago. hope so! writing.

is the 'youngest member ofnstitute. -Just Chat. I Try to place the proper homo 1 r. 1
nym before the following deflnl-
ddy Hartman BIOGR ti'HY OK | dons, for example:
[ 631e MARY LOIS MOORS Air-Atmosphere.

Fla. What an interesting fact to Heir-One who Inherits.

,Mr. Hartman ,know that Mary Lois was born I ?1 ____A gun.

y T compliment you upon the into the Moore family at Heilbronn ____A law.

el In which you have been Springs during the World war.. Her I 2 ____An officer. Buy' Notu/ ='

Messing. In the study of tele- birthday being November 22, 1916 ____A nut meat. '
The Directors here feely made a happy event for this family 3 ____To intend.

during the war. Her and ____
has been by personal observaI I I friends call her Lola. 4 ____Comparative of high. WHILE PRICES

that the most successful engl- Lois atended school at Heilbronn ____To employ. ARE LOW
are those who double their Springs the first! eight years of her 5 ____Gold n. f/flfflflJJ/

ts each time 'they have made I'school life. After completing the ____The fact of having committed -
progress. I am expecting eighth grade there she entered the a breach of con-
from you.Yours Bradford County High Scnool at duct.

very truly, I Starke. This ia where she is com 6 ___To leave.

U. A Sanabria. pleting the last four years of her ____Last course of a meal. '
i e school has had the privilege I course. 1 ____Precipitation{ of water. 100 % SATISFACTION OR 100 % REFUND '':

felng the winning carriage I II. She Is of medium height and ____Rule. y'

I. made weight, with natural curly brown 8 ____A numeral. r1 '
by Eddy Hatrman; It ;
: The the 1937 Ford V-8: Letter t
!}een on display in the louild- hair, brown eyes, and dark com- ____Past tense of wlc. e big wing to Buy a newer used car now

A very attractive picture of plexioned. Lois has. a very pleas- 9Part of a foot. .., bat brought to your Ford dealer "Mlille present low prices are in ef

{carriage and Eddy made by ing disposition. ____To pull. late model l, f first elans used rare of fect. Remember, every R &: G ear so j 67Viuu ,(
ver Brothers Studio> has been She was a m tuber of the 4-H -- 1
he bulletin board in the hall Club for four yeas and attendedthe Answerto Homonym all popular makes must meet definite specifications

4-H Club Short Course' for 1 Cannon. This[ desire of so many people to K-t up by the Ford factory an.ll. <'j
ep working Eddy! We are club girls at Tallahassee for three Cannon.
d: of years. 2 Colonel. .' own the 1937 Ford V-8 crrnlrt an guaranteed in writing by your Ford j g.
you.. .... dealer-"lOO.aUsfaetory or Every R&Q u* d car and truck
-. Lois plans to take teachers exams Kernel. opportunity )'ou'o get a fine
I GUESS \ and teach a year to get sufficient 3 Mean. ...f.Wl..ar'" a real low price 100% money back. See yourFord rmasurt up ta .pclrkatlon<

I Fill I in the blank) funds to enter the Florida Mien. dealer today. Don't wait and I hid down by the Ford Factory

has a blonde and curly head. hassee.State College for women at Talla 4 Higher. Right now Ford dealer are gelling run the risk of higher prlcef. Your and I Is fully GUARANTEED In
eyes are big and blue Hire.
'. mouth U attractively large --By RoeaMse Rowe 5 Gilt. ready for the spring rush of bus! present car will probably cover the writing on a MONEY-BACK
(U always smile at you Guilt DHbt'n both new and used down pament-and more. 'I11e. basis.
f ia quite slender-dresses well- CORRECTION 6 Desert. '
taro will be In demand. balance terms. +
greater on
;know easy
she la no coward Through mistake Arthur Swanbom'sand Dessert 9
color BOW in '37 Virginia Fugate's names f 7 Rain.

were omitted from the honor roll Reign. i
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iecho: Slovakian m. -- *. Won. < .
ers are forbidden automoblJe-1 An.wer to Gums Again 1 9 Toe. 1 I ,.". ,it, : .

'10 driving. Louree Howard. Tow
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Misses Jenelle Hutchings and I apt'ist w'M. U. Circlet] LAWTEY I son as several New York 1-:,.

Entertain I tJ. rktlll'a, Cor r......*.t very much interested n, ..
Juanita FAVORIT'iRECIPES Circle No. 1, Mrs. L.. G. Powell movement from this sec ; n

J Misses Jenelle Hutching and leader, will meet with Mrs. S. E. St ran berry Movement I -
: 3ocictyA Juanita Barefoot were hostesses at Sparks, with Mrs. Pate Gassett. Personals
sent to the
a lovely party Tuesday night at the co-hostess, Monday at 3:30.: Since the last report has Halite Jones who) i< ,
,,''L home of the latter on Call Street I Circle No. 3, Mrs. J. M. Brown- Telegraph one week ago of about with the State Road, J Hep ,I' ; "' "1,
when they entertained in honor of will meet with Mrs. been about an average Ocala, was
-:.. lee, leader visiting rt-l\ ,:;
f hear the
l. How often we expres- thousand day
Kiddat seventeen pints per
Miss Johnnie MorrUon of Winter P. E Canova and Mrs. R. G. Tuesday.G. .
Wanda Pearce Given PartyOn Haven and Miss Lunette Stokes, sion "1 can't afford desserts. They : 3 o'clock. shipped from the local platformwith
:Matthew Is .
:Mrs.! E. L. And to W. Roberts was I
are too expensive. yet from ten to ,
B. a price range ?
Ninth BirthdayMrs. daughter cf Mrs. B. M. Fussell. Young Matrons Circle, ems
Hostess! At Luncheon complete our meal we must have a will meet at seventeen cents mostly fourteen visitor to Jacksonville \\ ,'..,?
Cut flowers were artistically ar- I M. Fussell, leader, \
P J. Pearce delightfully sweet of some kind. The groblem Mrs E. L. Biggs. cents which will make a return to Mrs V. R. Reddish -ir ;?" ,
Mrs. E. L. Matthews entertained In honor of her daughter ranged In the living room where 7.30 o'clock with J. Phillips were visitors J
entertained Is to find one that Is tempting yet the growers here for the past week k.,
with a luncheon party given at Wanda, on Wednesday March the guests assembled. The pre- Inexpensive. Mrs. A. W. Anderson $14,51520: : which Is not bad for this ville Friday. "-

12.30: o'clock Friday In her home 17, when she celebrated her ninth dominating colors In the flowers has helped to solve this problem I RISING season, most all growers report Mrs Carrie Smith ,

on Jefferson St. :Spring!! lowers birthday. and decorations The refreshments were pink also carried and- by giving us a recipe for spice ,I Mliw Edna Lewis Correspondent ;I that within the next two weeks unless I Howe of Gainesville w-d'.X. ,_.
The living and dining rooms green. cake. Judging from the reports of Inez -and;: Merle Laytonand unfoieseen things hinder that I visitors here.
were used in decorating. out the color scheme and Eas- I Misses
were effectively: decorated with red the person who asked Mrs. Anderson I all of Chula they will be getting all the berries Mrs
Gladys Rowe
Those present with the hostess I ter Eggs were placed on each plate the Miss Grace ''I i n ".
to send this to Telegraph -
fern and the Easter motif recipe
roses and of Tlf- that can gather as all plants
as favors. Ga., and Miss Louise Carter they ville spent the we k.en.1 !> ,
were Mr. D. E. Knight, Mrs. H. was carried out in the table decorations the cake Is one of the best. : full of bloom and fruit. I.
night are young
Many novelty games were en- ton Ga., spent Thursday E. E. Burney who
V. Mrs. L. A. Canova, Mrs. and refreshments. The Cake I i is tM
Knight, Joyed by the guests, after which Raisin-Spire I with Miss Edna Lewis. The local shippers are loading an with the Internal revcnn .
I ,,
ft J. Davis, Mrs. L. G. Powell, Mrs. lioKteHu was assisted In serving by 2 of cinnamon and daughter "r, It'
the hostesses nerved a tempting teaspoons ; Mrs. Lawton Conner express car here today and Thurs ment spent jthe week-eml,I "
Marcus F. Brown, and Mrs C. A. Ming Margaret Pearce. salad course to the fourteen guests 2 teaspoons of nutmeg I Elna of Gum Branch spent day to sell on the New York market family here. cu
Knight I The guests were presented with present 2 teaspoons of baking soda Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Clar- Saturday morning for the Eas- .
Easter favors and the guest of hon- 3 cups of flour ence Hutchison. ter trade. -----

I I or received many lovely gifts. Putnam--Mulllady 2 eggs beaten well Miss Melva Crosby and Misses The snakehead fish ,,i 1

Those enjoying the occasion with Mrs. John Mullady of Susquehanna 1-2 cup of butter Edna, Vera Lee and Irma Lewis Crops living Planted Asia wiggles overland,I ,

RITZ THEATRESTARKE Wanda were: Margaret Monteitb, Pa., announces the mar 1 box: of dry raisins I and Thelma Conner were visiting During the lull iu strawberry quarters when a stream

I Merry Beth Knight Patsy and riage of her daughter, Beryl! Elizabeth 1 teaspoon of vanilla Mrs N. C. Molt- of Brooker Saturday shipments local growers are busy .--

Karbnra Keen Ovadfi Gasaett, Ida of BInghamton, N. Y., to 1 cup of water afternoon. A house cat put in ,
Lee Sllcox) Sarah Barefoot Marion Carlton T. Putnam of Susquehanna 11.2 cups of sugar +: W. E. Lewis and two sons Clyde, planting their regular field crops.A San Francisco with a 1 h ,

PROGRAM I Brown Hazel Fields, Mack Futch Pa., on February 23, 1937 at Cook raisins on two cops of I and Clarence of Plant City are visIting large acreage of lima beans will rel nursed the younggt!.. i

Marjorie and Virginia Gay Marvin the High Street Methodist Church water for ten minutes an let cool this week with relatives. be planted in this' section this sea- growth.

TIlt HS.-KIU.' M\lt. 2. -26 and Shirley Montgomery MarjorieSue 'Binghamton N. Y. Mrs. Putnam Cream sugar "butter, nutmeg, I Mr. and Mrs. Bert Shaw of Glen -

"Gold Diggers of Middleton, Aniece Green, Gar- I will be remembered as the daughter and cinnnmon and then add eggs I St. Mary spent Saturday night
neta Huttu, Mary Alice Yarbrough, of the late Rev. John Mullady and vanillu. Put soda in the I with Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis. I
1937" and Fay Yarbrough. for a number of years pastor of water that the raisins! were cookedin Elder S. J. Alker of Fender Ga. USED CARSCLEANUP

t Dirk Powell Christian Churchea in Bradford and add to the sugar mixture. i spent Thursday night with Mr. and
.I rain Bln".11 St. Mark's Guild County and 'later pastor of the Add flour and beat well. Stir in Mrs. W. C. Conner.Mr. .
Fairfield Christian Church In Jack- and Mrs. R. R. Crpsby and I SALE
\TI'ICUJUC'1I27: Hold Lenten Meeting the raisins and bake In a moderateoven
Double Feature sonville and Mrs. Mullady who now about 1-2 hour, Nuts maybe children, Mr and Mrs. R. M. Cros-
" Continuing the Lenten meetingsof resides with her daughter, Mrs. added to this by and children, Mr H. H. Lewis
"Guns And Guitars" St. Mark's Guild, Mrs. R. J. James A. Sellers In Susquehanna. .recipe. and daughter, Edna Miss Vera Lee 1935 Ford Deluxe Fordor Sedan
Davis was hostess to the Guild on and Iilne Lewis all attended churchat
tulle Aulry MILS. L. II. THOMASMrs. :
AND"Straight Monday afternoon, at her home on MISSION HAM Hellbronn Sunday.
From- the Temple Avenue. The guest speaker Observance of the Easter sea- L. H. Thomas of Belmore Elder and Mrs W. E. Hall and with Trunk -- _. _._ $500.00
near here a member of that
was Miss Rachel Gregg of son was made In the study of the sec- Mrs. Eddie Taylor of Green Cove
c Shoulder" Gainesville. Besides the Guild Bible lesson at the regular meet- Jon's most prominent Springs were the dinner guests- 1935 Ford Deluxe Tudor Sedan

1 Ralph Helium? members, there were present Mrs. Ing Tuesday evening. The resurrection died last Thursday at her famllleS'1 Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. R. M.

C. 1-1. Nasworthy, Mrs. A. S. Crews story as found In Matthewand ter a lengthy illness. Alvarez. with Trunk _ ____ _ 400.00
!!oN.1UOS'J.IC: 28-29 and Mrs. Pearl Simpson. also In John was used to con- Funeral services were

'After the Thin Man' During the social period the hostess vey the lesson and the old story, day at the Beulah Baptist Church I were visiting the bedside of R. N. 1935 Chevrolet Fordor Sedan $450.00
aanlsted by her daughters, Ida Crawford's sister Mrs A. J Chism
Myrna Loy \\'m. 1'imrllKliHHit ever new seemed "little deareras near Penney Farms. Services were
+ Janis. $t"Wlut Lulu and Marjorie, serve<.1l1ght refreshments the message which Mary ran conducted by the Rev. W. R. Pre-' of St. George Ga.. last. Thursday 1934 Chevrolet Fordor Master

Lundl with joy to carry to the disciples vatt of Middlebury and Rev. L.. E. night who is very 111.
p Mr. and\ Mrs Gussie Wolf of
was unfolded and stressed "The Newton of Green Cove Springs.
i Easter Hunt ( Sedan _ $350.00
Tl'KS.Ell. MAR. SO-31 Egg Lord is risen") as being the one Mrs. Thomas is survived by two Jacksonville and Mrs. Nellie Wolfof ?

4 "Polo Joe" Miss Kate Struth will entertainher still appropriate for His followersto daughters, Mrs. E B. Shipman of Columbus Ohio, were visiting
JcOC'J E. Hrown I Sunday School class and the proclaim, not only at Easter- Starke and Miss Elma Thomas of Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Crawford here 1933 Chevrolet Master Coach $300.00

Cradle Roll with an Easter Egg Spring season-but at all seasons here and a son, W.. R. Thomas of Sunday.
1 Till'KS. APR 1ST. I hunt Friday afternoon at 3:30: throughout the year. Jacksonville. Mrs. Jerry Dryden of Palm Val- 1936 Ford Truck, Long wheel-base

t 'Wives Never Know' o'clock at the home of Mrs. L, F. Many are learning passages of Pallbearers were: E. V. Priest ley spent a few days here last

I Smith. All members are Invited scripture, some quoting whole Slater Smith. Judge George Geiger. wee): with her mother, Mrs. J. Roy closed cab and dual wheels $550.00
----- --- -------- --- James Prevatt Albert I Quinn.
r -- ------- chapters, among these are childrensix Prevatt, andJ.

AS NEAR TO YOU or eight years old as well as A. Sapp. (I Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Green and 1931 Chevrolet Truck, short wheelbase -
FLOWERS elderly persons.A r .-- daughter Freda, and Miss Effie
AS YOUR TELEPHONE ETfl Crawford were visiting at the
timely prophetical topic entitled TIIERESSAMINK I closed cab
home of Mr. and Mrs Carl Hllliard __ __ $150.00
: : FOR ALL OCCASIONS Call 123-J "The Dusk of Civilization" Ruth Xeigler!: CorrespondentMrs. of Woodlawn section Sunday after-
"watchman I
what of the nlght.will noon. 1935 Ford Pick-Up _ $400.00
u ALL ORDERS FILLED be used next week and much : H. D. May and Henry Har- Mrs.
Jean Gaskins and
t ARTISTICALLY ECONOMICALLY:\ Y interest is centered In this study. dee were atendlng to business in :I daughter,
Virgle spent Sunday with her
There was a good attendance Trades Terms
; PROMPTLY -. this Palatka Thursday afternoon. I daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and
week and ,
I plans are being made
MRS. L. G. POWELL I for the May of Jennings' spent Mrs. Russell Reading of Evergreen
r Starke special Anniversary service
the week-end with his parents Mr
the !(rat Tuesday In April and Mrs. H. D May. section.Mr.. and Mrs. W. H. Green, Rob- J. W.\ ANDREWS, JR.

" Calvin Trlest and James Triest
Crawford and
ert Effie Crawford
I of Ft. Lauderdale spent the week-
Willard Gasklnd of this section at- .AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER
: Of Course You Must Be end with their father, T. B. Trlest tended the dance Saturday night of
I Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Kelsey entertained Miss Ferol Jones near Starke.
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] a group of friends at their II
home Tuesday night with a chicken 1iIII1III - .
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tt l I "' StqIeiwith.aa .4 "MJ -. supper.Mrs. J. P. Dickinson was in I -- No. 2 dins_Standard: Park

Starke business.Tuesday morning attendingto FLOUR 85c GREEN'SSTORE

L ( Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Constantine -I{I 21-Lb. TOMATOEScan6e

; EfSTERAND ; were transacting business in
Starke and Jacksonville the. first of I PUISC'E.
: the week. ,< VERY BEST
Mr. and :Mrs..1, W. Jordan and _
Clifford Jordan of Putnam Hall CASH & CARRY
YOU CAN BE IF YOU SHOP AT ALEXANDER'S were visiting Mr: and Mrs. S. R. \ RICE 5 Lbs. 24c
Swindell Monday. COCOA, 2 lbs lOc ,
Willis Swindell is visiting relatives .
in Putnam Hall.
I (){.It STOCK OF Friends of C. A. Youngblood will ROUND

DRESSES regret to learn of his serious ill- STEAK Lb. 20c
ness and hope he will be well soon. CORN
FUll TIIK LITTLE ONES WHITE SHOES Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zeigler and
, IN J1.Ksn OKO.\M>1R daughter Ruth, were visiting rela- STRING BEANS 8c BEST SMOKEDBACON
r I VK.Ml TO H 1KAKS tives In Waldo Sunday. BEETS No. 2

Rev. J. Jones of Gainesville will
Lb. 21c
79ctol.l9DRESSES hold services at the Hope Baptist SPINACH CansPET \
Church Saturday evening and Sun-
11 day morning. Everyone Is Invited
CHEESE Pound 22c
7 FOR Tin :MISS, .--

d FOR Tilt LADIES.: BOOTSEY'S BEACH 3 tall( cans 20c S USAGE Pound 12V2cCIIfCK
FOR THE YOl'NO MISS :Mlwi. Eflie Crawford, Cor. ,
, Ot \NDIK-PKU El) We are glad to see Mrs. J. Roy I MACARONI, 3 Pkgs. lOcSUGAR ROAST OR
\\KKH NEVER BETTER I'R'CtD-FRO Quinn up after being confined to STEAK, Pound 13V2c

her bed for the past week. I II ,
1.19 to 3.25 Misses Ruby and Mildred Ches-I 5 Lbs. 25c BOLOGNA

98cto5.00DRESSES I ser Earl Chesser and Robert Craw-
ford were visiting In Raiford last i 5n PKO. SAUSAGE Lb. 121cSALT

Thursday night. ': Pkg. .
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R. N. Crawford. C. E. Crawford \; 3cNECK 25c
Boy's White Pants and W. H. Green of this section, BONES, 3 Lbs. _

I I'KINTS SILKS-FItO.1I : o'rlcw OF 'PPI.ifriov KITCHEN-3c BOX '
i I Men's White PantsBoy's Fold T11)1RI: 3 Loaves 25c
I'e.nt.. mil No. lil.-K: I
NOTici: is HEFiKnr rjiVEN. MATCHES 3 for lOc 1

98c to 4.95 Shirts nr That Till. iir.rvrtlflrate. \Vaitilln.. No holder 84.1. I.HII OJt..01 il-81| the 100 nox

Jth same day In my nf Illlv trice",.and 1J. 1930 h... made him fllerl apI'I ASPIRIN Box .. _. ..3c COUNTRY ROLLBUTTER
k Men's Shirts I Pllr-Htlnn fur n tax deed to l be Inauetl
For The Well lh.-r.-on. SaUl certificatembraieH
I Qt'.1RTJ.IR RELISH or Lb. 32c
I the rnllowtnit ..ITlticd .. In
Boys & Mens Straw Hats the County ..f Hi-Bilr.mi." state of. -
Dressed Woman Florida, lo-wl.: I IFive SALAD DRESSING 20c
Arr. in SOlllhw..t.Cor- 1 Ufa PKO.
Men's Ties and SoxBoy's nor of Northwest Quarter nf
SI-EN-TIFFIC SHOES $W"iithwo Quarter and Southwest CIGARETTES, 2 for 25cPEANUT
Quarter or Northwe.t OITART JAR

Suits, 3 to 6 'Quarter'tirnep and\ .. 1 Southweiit Arr. .In Northeast Quarter BUTTER -- 25cOROVND
; For of Mouthwont Quarter Section JO MUSTARD Ots. lOc
Well Dressed Man Townj.nl| 7 >:South flange 21 DULYPCRECOFFEE
Emit containing M Acres, more

t FRIENDLY FIVE SHOES 98c to 2.25 or The leu aim.. ..Krment of th* until prop- I i Lb. 12ycCII 14-OZ. TOMATO
arty under the mid' rertlfirat l Iseued CATSUPIOc
IiI wa. In the name. of (.'. B Robert ___ _
I'nUM' mid certificate shall b" r-
deemed. uccnrdlnir to law the proprtv .\lt.MEU KKLLOGO'S CORKFLAKES .
I dHHcrlncd int-rHn will be cold
to the hlKhvt M.ld-r at the court '
h"iine. door on the tint Monday In I COFFEE can 12'/c 2 for 15c
the montji of May 14.17. which l I. the
3"1RIJ i>f Ma. >. 1837
; this I 2oth day; of Mar.-h .
19 t 7,
(OKFK'lA REAL) I Better AGENT FOR Qua itv

Jerk of Cirrusit Court of
Bradford Connty. Flott!!.., i TRUEMAN FERTILIZER CO.
i.-t! -423The I,

411 (former are groundhog name the being same and given: animal the to woodchuck the the- I I L 3-9-3 Per Ton $21.7514-7-5 Per Ton $24.10I

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NAT SEZ: I II I Chan McCornack. Miss Lois Mc- I tei, Eunice" of Sanderson, and Mr I. vile was the guest last week of
P.> M,.|.1150| ; $::100, $800 and
Cornark. and Elmoi' McCornack 1 W. B Wlnclerweeille and daughter Mill! Anita ronrtmiini-h Monday
Bits of visited St Augui-tmo on Wednes 'I J Alleen. of Jaokminvllle, spent Sunday ,- Miss Courtmunch and her guest ; $1000 policies with disabilities Included
I day. '| with Mr. und Mrs. P. M Bared were In Jacksonville visiting The only life und accident
d|foot.I friends. policy of Its kind qualified under.
the Insurance laws of Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. E W Hayes hall -----
I Mr. and Mra C M. Howard, Mrs.> Salesmen Interested In making $SO
.1cal Nev as their guests Sunday Mr. and Judge and Mrs A. 2. Adkln,
rl.tl ; Mrs. Street Dendy and Mr. and Misses Hazel and Lois Adklna and Bynum Perkins Mrs S. S. Dowl- to $100 or more a week write Box
Ing. and Miss. Kitty Hogseu were Number 37: care i>f Starke Tele-
Mrs. A. G. Ludwig, all of Gaines 1
A. Z. Adkins Jr. will spend Easter -
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS: AND ville. Sunday In Jacksonville with among: thane attending the Florida\ graph. 8263tp

PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN Educational'Association In Orlando .
I j Judge Adklna' sister Mrs Emma
I last week-end.
Mrs. Hamilton Ritch, of Gainesville I Carlton Melbourne Is known a* the
and Mr*. Herbert Durden, and I "midway city" being half way
F A. Scott returned Sunday afternoon -
children while at between Jacksonville and MiamI.
i are spending a
Mia Marjorie Stump Miss Mar- from Orlando where he
Mrs. Rltchs Cottage at Kingsley: .. .
I Col. 1V.. Knight attended court I Mr. and Mrs. John B. Crew of Jorle Benson Miss Lois Adkins, visited his wife, who i I. n patientIn ---- -- -

In Lake City Monday Jacksonville were week-end guests Lake. and Miss DOI'otby'Swanbom, who the Florida' Santtmium Mrs People In the United States

I >ou ever ee a dreamvalk- .. of Mrs. Crew's parents, Mr. 'and are students at the Florida State Scot!t'.. friends ,an- glad t I.. know upend' Sll:\.b00,000 a vein' on fraudulent -
T Well I elld.nd I wan. Mrs. "'. A. Brinson of Hugh wasa :Mrs. James Lamb. Judge J. R. Townsend Tux Assessor College for Women, will upend the that' she Is Improving cures t tf'
a'r too. If you are well I visitor here Tuesday. J. D. Knight, and Tax Col- Easter vacation here with their! respective -- --- --- --. -- --- -
to bo out Easter lector Ury G. Sapp of Lake But
r ugh Sunday families. .
Mrs. W. G. Middleton and Mrs.
n.. too will see plenty of I : ler were business visitors here i I -
of Jacksonvillewas. G. H. Lowry attended the State
walking. Frank Poroeroy
'earn / know It'8 so, Monday. I
uitme they bought their out- t a bVialiieaa visitor here Saturday -, Federation of Women's Clubs In Mm. Charles McCornnck. mmj

at !Steriiherg'n. I know they I Jacksonville last week. Mrs. W. B. Shatter, who has j and daughter, F.I more and Lola, of

going: to IKwalking;.. nod I ben here visiting her son-in-law |' St. Charles, ill, on a short trip
) rides. around with u new I Mrs. C.'rle, RItch and son, N. T. Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLcndon Mr. and Mrs. Steven A. Weldon, through the South spent a ft-v-
"k on. Hitch pent Monday in Jackson- and Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews has returned to her home in Winter I days In Starke guests of Mr. and
vUle. 1 attended< the Arthur Fear conceit Park '. Mrs. John Uglow, and) Mr and
r I In Gainesville Monday night Mrs. Chas.'ard..
--- ---
I T. Rimes of Worthington Mr. and Mrs. James Lamb -

rxi 'Springs was visiting friends here Mr. and bars R. J. Davis and MlSHes Pat and Dolly Lamb and I I The W. C. T. U. spent u piof-

Tuesday. daughters, Ida Lulu and MarjorIe Mr. and Mrs. John B. Grew of | (table and pleasant! session hint
w r spent'Sunday in Ruslis as guests Jacksonville were visiting in Pal- I Friday when they met at the

N Mrs, 1>. A. KetmolJs and Mrs. of Mr and Mrs. C. L. Stockwell.Mr. utka !Sunday.'! I horn of the vice president Mr, O.

Millard Judd spent Tuesday In E. Stanabury. This. week they will
Jacksonville.t: and Mrs. A L. Lynn of Pen- Miss Clarice Gill, Miss Elaine i'', meet with Mrs J. T. Quigley at the ,
tj& sucoln are spending this week with Edwards, Miss Rosa Mae Rosier, f usual hour Friday afternoon.
0 I Edwin Torode and Sullivan Car the former's brother and sister-in- J. R. Hardee Ralph Thomas, and i I \
ter were visiting friends in Jack- law, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Lynn. I Edwin Comely spent Sunday In
Mr. and Mrs.
i II. It. IIutcMnga
Gainesville.Mr. .
sonvlll& !Sunday.:;
: i
i and Mills Johnnie Morrison willspend
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Duke and I .
Mrs.J. H. Courtmancli and' MIIII granddaughter, Gloria Jean, all of and Mrs.V, Redgrave I the week-end in Jewttup tin
as guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. H.
I Anita Courtmanch spent Tuesday 3uinesvlllu were recent visitors of had as their guests Sunday Mr. and I
Mli rillon. Miss Moirlwm will remain -
1 In Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. T. K. McClane, Jr. Mrs. Joe Hancock of Petersburg 'I
In JesHiip for a several week'svisit
I Va. and Harry A Redgrave of with her .
o Mrs. George B. Flynn and Mrs. Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and daughter Loughman, Fla. I pUI'enls.Mis" SPRING

L., G, Powell were visiting In Madge, are in DeLand visiting TREATMENT
I Jacksonville Tuesday. Mis. Brownlec's brother-in-law and Mrs. W. E. Middleton, Miss I Marjorie Stump and Miss t Il
, sister, Col. and Mrs. J. 12. Futch. Madge Middleton and Marjorie Marjorie Benson took part In the KIT

Mrs. W. M. Wainwright and Sue Middleton, spent the day with annual spring concert that was
Miss Mary Canova spent Saturday Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe of Dr. W. E. Mlddleton at his campin presented by the Florida State College -

I tr! Jacksonville. Tampa were week-end guests of Geol'gtESunday.. I /glee' club, Wednesday, March
I Mrs. Hoppe's sister and brother-in- 2... Miss Benson and Mills Slump 5O

o, Col, and Mrs. D. E. Knight andI law Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beiisley. Mrs Maggie Anders, Melon, are members of the glee club. GIVE YOUR FACE ANEW t

" I' Mrs. M. V. Knight spent Thursday Ruth and J. Z. Anders, Mr. and ,

in Jacksonville.Di, Dr. and Mrs. B. S. Carroll and Mrs. Victor Lamb and, non spent i j I Walter R. Benson on of Mr. SPRING LOOK
, I
I u Miss Lois Long of Jacksonville Sunday in Ocala visiting Mr and i
I and Mrs. J. II. Benson, who was
BEAUT1FCLFROCKS W. )K Middleton has returned were relatives here Sunday \
visiting Mrs. Marion Gatlm. winter left-overs with Dorothy !
formerly with The Florida' (Club away dull a
I After a ten day's vacation at his WHISK
I II men, Is now with the New York Spring Treatment. The 5 preparations youneed .
camp In Piney Bluff, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. W M. Wainwright r
Band trombone This
as player.
! -- H. H. Ford of North Branch, and family of Tallahassee were are grouped together in a swanky little kit. Only
band can be heard over N. B. C f
I ReuMonubly Priced I Mrll. R. G. Kldd Mrs. Glen Wood, Mich., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. week-end guests of Mr. "\\'aln-I; I $2.50 if purchased this woy. The value of these luxurious -

SlwH li to 48 and lUtsa Mina Manassa spent John Uglow and Mr. and Mrs. C. F. wright's parents, Mr. und Mrs. N. Salon preparations if they were to be purchased 1

Z.98 3.95 4.95 Monday in Jacksonville. Ward. I D. Wainwright Sr. :'i{i ter.' separately-would total over 5O% more. Ad irre istibli

1\Irll. Bafe Johns and George Miss Frances Hemingway, Miss Mrs.-O. L.-Beasley-- left Tuesday I I i|I I Bauknlght and small daughter, all saving! An inexpensive way to light up your face with a

, Johns of Lake Butler were visit- Alma Thornton, and Miss Myrtice for a short stay In St Louis, Mo. 1; of Jacksonville were guests Wednesday Dorothy Gray glamour! Ia 3 skin-type assortments.

Ing relatives here Tuesday.Mrs. Thornton spent Sunday In Jacksonville She was accompanied by her sister i: of Mr. and Mrs.. W. III Come in today for personal kin analysis and your choice

and brother-in-law Mr. und I! Struth Mrs. Edwards was accompanied ot Spring Treatment Kit for your put cuIM' akin.I .

J. W. Edwards Joe, Elbert ------- Mrs. C. C. Hoppe of Tampa. back to Jacksonville by
and Miss Elaine: Edwards were vial Johnnie Redgrave of Cross City 'I' Mrs, W. W. Page and sons. who had i k
(/Ifrc7. I
/ l Itlng In:) Gainesville Sunday. spent the week..nd here with his Dr. and Mrs. Homer Thompson I i been visiting here Mrs.\ BnuU-

I rbtisa -- parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Red of Jacksonville were guests this :: night remained for a longer visit CANOVA; PHARMACY

Mignon &IHMO& or Brooker grave. week of Mr. and llrj.\ L. A. Duvia with her parenU. I
I _._ .. HTAKliK:, 1'IA.
-- ----- ----
/ eI watt the guest of Miss Ruth Stern- Dr. Thompson presiding elder of _u__ -- ------ -
1-- _ __
Mrs. J. D. Mrs. Gill ----- t
Doyle the ----- ---
berg several days last week. Fay Jacksonville District of the --
TIIK NEUKST IN -- and grandson Tommy Gill were Methodist Chinch has conducted
GF r Yoh it
I f Jit.: and Mrs. W. J. Epperson of visiting in Green Cove Springs pre-Easter services at the Metho :1-1 P--i P-GR ms 'S' tP-

" GLOVESTO Mrs Gali>e0vilie(3. A. Anderson were guests Monday.of Mr. and Sunday. dist week.Church each evening this :i EASTER T1 O O I

1.Trll'OUlt Miss Leila Dea Andrews of Ocala POWDER

EASTER OUTFIT Mtsa Rachel Gregg and Mrs. S. was the week-end guest of her slater "K"U II" "UI'I'\n'r:
'U. 4<>n ; I
);9c 79c $1.00 T. Pell!, of Gainesvnie, were visitors and brother-in-law, Mr. and O State' >inpimlliT.of Klorl'lu Tfilluhamive.. Office, of HAM Easter GreetIngs 4 for lOc

here Monday afternoon. Mrs. H. C. Brow 1. VliereHX: ,, by tnfarttiry:t evident? J... I ISWIvr'M
prvHPiiteil,: to the; unilemlBncd It has
Mrs. E. L. l hotln made ti> iiiicar| | that a t.iuiklitu .
Wr. and Mrs. S. T. Dell and Mrs.I Biggs had as her
enrniiuny under J i the nav'i.. of KLOI-: .
--- --- -- --- --- --
---- '
I Lee Graham of Gainesville were guests Sunday Mrs. O. J. Griffin IDA HANK A'r TAHKJ.:. Inmtrd lit i 4-- f SMOKES)
Miss Helen Cook and Owen KtHrke, l>'|nrl Griffin
visiting friends here Thursday. thu IIIWH of ,Klorlila, has eomfilled I
all of St. Augustine. with all tilt pruvlsinne' required. to PREMIUM BALLARD'S
btr& O. L. Haynes, Miss he compiled with .hjr the Hanking I. F LOU R Shoulder
Hope Laws of the Stulu. of Florida t>*f.". 1
H ynes. and Miss Rhoda Zeigler Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Cunova and a company. xliull be uuthorlaed tocummrnre > HAMS 'TABLE TALK

spent Saturday in Jacksonville. daughters of Gainesville were Now Thvrcf the liiimnoNit, a, I of J.. llInklnl&M. I.....
guests Sunday of Mrs. E. E. Ca <:'nm|>lrolliu of the State of FlorldH. 5 lb. 23c 10 lbs 39c
and Miss by virtue of the authority vwted In II ; 20e Lb.
Mra. James Godbold. of Jacksonville nova Mary Canova.Mr. me Half. or tS'bole
by Hoctlon 4131 nf the JtevUfdtlcnvral 20 Lb 75 '
visited her sister, Mrs. 8. S. Mutates of Floridaertif. > s. e '
121bs 45c 24 lbs 8Se
Ihttt the KUOItlDA BANK ; a
and and Mrs. R. L. McDowelland AT I _
D\JWIIJlg, Monday Tuesday. /
STArtKU" of mark In the. County of ,
1 sons Julian and Harry of llrudforil anti) the Slate of fc'lonilH' 30 Lb
Jacksonville IH authorlxvd to commence the buslfleas "OIUNO
Mrs. W. were guests
M. last Sundayof
Wimberly spent of Kitnklnir under' the naiufcatmv .
week In West Lake Wales with her Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow.J given with it capital stuck fTWK.NTVK1VK I f RIIOLP t lt.II'r :'\ 1
1 thousand
huflband who Is there. doltara.IJlvan
employed under inv hand 'ahtl l aral! of ;
:M. Alvarez, Mr. and Mrs. D. office. this KIHST flay l of March A. BACON
A. Monteith and children I I'. line Thousand Nina HundredThirtySeven. NECK
Mrs. J. H. Kinlaw and children spent r
returned Tuesday from Jackson Sunday in Jacksonville as guestsof Sikh J ;M. LEE RICE 20

YUle where-they-visited relatives Mr and Mrs. W P. Randall 3-1\I-91-G-14 Complr.l] Htat of 'KlorldH ; BONES 5 Lbs. C II 'VcLb.

Col P. E. Knight was a professional I1
1 visitor In Green Cove! '
Springs Tuesday and Wednesday. H u'ti si xu. S SIf.f-NfW; \J"y.u! ) IItI"lI
i 's "'"\ 3 Ibs 23e ''OIOKY.Ui i iRI11 ,

Mrs. T. K. McClane Is In Gaines-

Cs J ville this week visiting! her moth- Y sign. i Potatoesio LbsJ5c BACON '

11 er-in-law, Mrs. T. K. McCIane Sr 'EW I I'

I I'
I Mrs J.V.. Kincaid will spend I oWn-IieTIIE i:,: BEEF Burrs '

this week-end In Tampa with her I I2IDS.25c
parents. Mr. and Mrs. A: A. Dur- I I' FINEST \\11I'": RIBBON OMl'Ol ND or PURE iYRO .
clen. 17 c Lb >

TUB LATEST KAKMEU: tit hit own I>OHPI-anil he Mtwh
Mrs H. B. London and daughter Lard 2 lbs. 25c
EASTERBONNETS Jeanette and Mra. E. .S. Matthews !" own |lillY Soh not. make your iwyrbrcU F'IAHitt IlSSEHTEItN
spent Tuesday In Jackson- larger by using. II>E.\L ...rlllll.el''. These tine .
vile f.-rUllz"r8 grow bigger, better quality| crop that
I bring higher IlIi"! <.... I CHICK Orange
1.49 1.95 2.95 I{ Miss Martha Brownlee, of Jack- I'oe these famous fertilizers In the. Stark T.l.LS I 1>111.11.1'0 ('UJNTlCY ;)

\Uonvllle I lIOn and/: aunt, Is Mr.the and guest Mrs.of J.her E.uncle Wil- and Limtpy section' for: R 0 AS T I SALMON lOc':''I LARD $6.00 I5c Doz. '

BAGSq Mrs. S. A. Barefoot has returned Lb. 19c
; to her home in Sanderson after a TRUCK, CROPS \S\ KIND 1 I'O'NUlC

Visit here with Mr. and Mrs. P. M.Barefoot. FIELD CROPSIDAL
/ '


Mr. and Mrs Maurice Cohen of :
New. York will arrive Friday for a HAMS
h week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. N Loaves 25c.
Sternberg. PN1r e. geJaW IOCEae
'.n" ",,'sm.

Ml.is Lunette Stokes formerly of 'I 23c Lb. I
1 1j Ocahu has moved to Starke and I .'.\S\' TtSIfI: SYRUP gal50c 1

j f Is living with her mother. Mr B +f s 7ooMra rtsntlzu ro rsarM1ttPt1HVatl. : I :\IKUUII : t Y
M. Fussell. Remo CELERY 1 Oc
K. G. Duncan Lloyd Green, A. J. II. WALLACfc. IJlHlrlrt Rep S BOXES 50

$1.00IT O. Andreu. MenUl McMillan, Hen- Ocala, Florida e FRANKS '
I ry Jhlanassa. Elmo Struth, ArthurI / I. Ltl. CLOTH B iO i I CHEESE
Manassa Man-
I AI Uanasaa, Phillip n I
sass, Bill Graham, Eldridge Smith, CARL JOHNS, Stark. n.... 1 53c !

fn4 Isenvtlle O. L.Sunday Bea ley and drove flew to back Jack.to J. S. NORMAN: Lawt y. Fla.O. j II 12Yc IDs QGAR a '. .I 'seE ALISF.KT ean. Ilk I 23c Lb.

\V. ROBERTS Lawtejr, Fla. .,,
Starke in the trimotor airplane. ofr--- ------.---.---..--..--.- .. .. .. ...... ._ _,.....


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: HIV < I-NTT, 'ID..EOB."P" 1'AJtKE. l'1. ICIb.\. F67DAY. Jt.'ARC
t.. ==o.c------- .- .----- .- -0- -- -- .. u_ __ -='._"' '''___.____ _. "0-. .- - -_ ,_ __ ..- N I filth
-. -

\ ,k family Income to an appreciable ;: DAIRY RESEARCH:\ >-\ I j >OTI'f----)

degree. GIVES POlSTr..JC"lC: Nolle i la hereby m\\\ .
Horn or -lalmHot* 0' l',
; For instance in one county 81 MAKING GOOD fjt'TTKR f David B. Nolan.
women sell) cooperatively about $2.- I your claim dull "worn'
I LIVE STATE NEWSNews Honorable E K. Pen, ,,
FARMERS SECTION 000 worth of home canned prod- | GAINESVILLE; -- Co tr,.ry to Judge. with eight m,? 'It, II"

.: ucts and fresh dressed chicken a | the general opinion of m n.y> sweet flrnt the claim publlratlon will tor.of.,..",ih.,. "
I. I': month. Tbe home demonstration I cream can be churned and I it makes of Florida I in Short Paragraphs statutes of limitation*

. ,tl Conducted. by Demonstration Ajrents agent secures orders, the women I' better butter than sour Bream, Dr. -V D WAI.Vtt,I i
" fill them.A 1 I L. M. Thuraton, dairy mitnutActur-

11 j .1'1"1'11 /-[r f"I Ii,f l bus is loaded with such thingsas I flog I specialist with the Universityof 'I'I'E ---...
''''''' 20 of butterbeans 35 j i 1Wk .\
it.b :1 cases
;: : : .. -AI r' '' cases BANK OF < I'
of peas IS cases of vegetable points I"Orcl'ORTIODCIi; '/:: I

JI ture, 6 dozen 1-2 gallon mix-I I Dr. : !I Notice-VES8 la AT hereby STARKE gi-, \ .

Hints To Housewives RURAL bread and butter pickles and point in Bank of Starke. ." .
lion under the Laws; ? : I "'
I ods of ?
pounds of fresh dressed hens. This Florida and dolnr I .

Demonitra COMMON SENSE gives an Ides of the variety of for I'Ila'klt.;, Florida. was pie .
Wwkly' from Home lotion on
products sold at one' time but dur- j'[ J. Davis was apuolntr'fl 9 i I. ,
thin Sp 'rluU U, Tallahamw By SPUDS JOHNSON ,
f tor therefor. .
Ing the year the list is much more j

Inclusive. Practically every pro- elude: You and each of you I iI., ,,
FLOKIDA FARM: WOMEN: : I Clean : of any kind or natui,. ,.. ,
duct of garden orchard or field is j Hank of Htarkf are h.M., 7, ..' ',
Towels offered a* "special. or SELL HOME: FRODl'tTS: found In the cooperative sales. Is e > that One and legal ., "I:,
must be filed ft. ,
INCOMESFor : with
imrgalna are usually so classed for Uniform standard have been Uiiuldator of the Flank ,., : ,'
one or two reason They may be : his 1 office In the Bank: ..
adopted for canned products In the .
the farmer and others building I otherwise yom "
years Ing "
cut shorter or woven narrower county. Demonstrations be forever barred. I
were given -
than the usual measurements in interested In agriculture have by the agent until the women I to touch The a bow. notice* la rrh. I,, ...
make two
order to sell 8t lower bent every effort place (pllanrevlth the piovisi ,
a price. They n 1
were thoroughly familiar with the tlon
where I 103 and-Seetion: 5l"i]
blades of only :
grass grow This '
may be the customary sizes but processes of preparing and preserving General Lv of Florid, "I
one before So well have they I utensils J.
lighter In weight. They may be grew the M. LEE.Cnmptroller ,
products. Attractive
succeeded that In recent years the tastes / 8Ia,
seconds that Is, Imperfect In some "
labels marking them as home demo i 3-12-9t-II-7
of farm
marketing products Cream
respect Or the merchant may
onstration brand
were printed.
they are grown has come to be the cent Xk'IKHTO .1 PFF.1-H -
have been able to purchase the \
stock at a reduced price by taking paramount problem.As Quality Is maintained on a-high I butter, / IX:. TUB FLORIDA NAME: ()fo' THK -'I I ,,,.

the entire output of a small i usual, farm women are taking plane at all times. By careful attention obtained It appearing; by aIr hit" .' ,I
the lead in this enterprise "The to uniformity and qua.llty.the However that certain reuse l In >I,.
mill or some such reason, and may women have been able to obtain Court In and for Brpdr., i I ,
be old woman's pin money' has grown churning Florida, In Chancerymti, ,, "err'
panning on some of the savingsto I .
repeat orders without Inter- #ing the : Daniel. Plaintiff v, M.M, n. I ,
his customers. 'in amount until It now commands
ruption, so that wales, and deliverIes Is !: : defendant and the relict 1 I i'' i I'
When bath It Is respectful attention, Instead of rising.. / \ ; .beingDivorce' ; Iha.t.lh.. d"l I t. .<.,, .
buying tow.f.III. made a leetdent of
jesting are every week. Ready ty Qalnewvlll ,
remarks as formerly. Rural per \ .
IM over "
well to remember shrink twenty-one ,
they considerably Y"Arf .
cash comes to the n. ,
I In women, particularly those In cooperating churn that there la no person 'in n, ''J

laundering. homo demonstration clubs, are conserving families each week. It is uselessto thick of bind Florida nald service. upon I,. \\ .1..hiIT

Another thought In buying* tow. and raising products which attempt to explain to rural people than IH OFtr defendant.>EREO .that 'th.j i ,,
ale is that the needs and habits of I' what this ant Myrtle "lid.
demand a ready market and a good ready cash each week Cream appeal i I I. H .
the different members bf he family to of Complaint on the 5th '1,0\
means the farm .
family.8EEKS er than
price. They are supplementing the I April. J83r.; otherwise a <)J. In .
should be considered. Buying A ronfeHHo wilt be entered ,.. ,.
nii -\
large, heavy towels exclusively'Isnot i AIJVICKOCALA dasher ) for her failure to app' .u

always economical particular. often preferred because the Increased ,It In. Turther ORDERED. 'il I ,"i 'ii.|
uniform Order be
--Ross Allen, who milks publfahed once n w. .,k
ly when there are children in the weight af lare bath towels rattlesnakes and wrestles alliga Ing. < ford four coimerutlve weeks. In, 'thi Iliad-' for
,family Small towels light In makes bigger laundry bills -' nf Telegraph a u. 'j"\\\i-
especially tore for movies and the radio crockery general circulation puMuh/, i

weight, are easier for them to If they happen to be put in sought some "expert" advice on the ferred i Bradford WITNESS County. Florida 'm
4 manage. Then too, lighter towels diet of latter do : plal neal. of .my and, I 1. ., _
chicken said
while damp. A good plans Is to snakes. A newly / Court thl- '' ]1. t Ith
are easier to handle day of
on wash captured ion of ; February, 1A37.
y.. day. If the laundry Is done outside buy large towels for the adults if specimen had swallowed A. J. THOMAS: ,
a glass en churns Clerk' of
egg. and all his assistants Circuit r.u,, i
tbe home and paid for by the they j like them, and small ones for at his Silver they Bradford County, F'', u i
Springs Reptile T. FRANK
.. ,pound lighter-welght towels are the children. .. __ Institute had exhausted every prevent Attorney for Plaintiff .

..-..1 means of first aid and the snake Is''1 The 355142xrrirn ,

"too fine a specimen to desert in quicker it OF jippMriio -

I !';**_ FUNERAL DIRECTOR the hour of need" the herpetologist churning (acute FOR TAX Bill No.HEED 1A.1)

JMdL .- j '* *- ""2- declared. He
"i'ear. Issued an appealfor large fat NOTICE IS HEREBY: OIVE.N
My Many Experience Make It Feasible for Me to Render .. Turpenttri Co. Inc 'rhat

J EFFICIENT, I'ROMPT and COIJUTBOUS SERVICE help. "If anyone knows whatto many Tax Certificate' 30, IwKtiod holder the

F MODERATE PRICES do we'd welcome the sugges- Cream day lit August. A D. l IA"i Has

tion," Allen said, "if I break soft filed Dame In the application for .
DeWITT C. JONES a tax 'I]< < <]
F.1 .oat' glass egg Inxlile' the snake he will ed into a laftued. thereon. Said ,'.rMf .i'_
1,, Starke, Florida die and if I iftn't .'. .* the following d.i! ,. ,n',' ii.roperty
he'll die Every .
anyway, In the County of llradl! .id,.
t I so what?" have a \ of Florida to-wlt:
Ea..t Half
of South-EaM -
and <<1 winter -
\ of Section 83, ,Tounf,> a;
II I tures at Range 20 Kai"t contnlnluc
{ DRINK 80 acres more or lesiTh .

For Expert twenty assessment of tfia ald p' ,p_
RepairingSmith's churning. under the said certificate\ <-'led i
n : t In the name of Robert Math we
; ] 0uL \ t'nleBK .Raid
e..rUtlcal"htll >
when the ..".... .. accordlna to law, the prop.d..lI'rlb..d >e

the size therein will be sold
.. the highest. bidder at the court-!
&: AT tl nules of \ door on the drat Monday' n
Garage of the month of April 193 which >
: .. 6th day of April 1M7
I It
LUNCH:: .. RECESS ing \ Dated this 26th day of P. I 1., err.
8 Y in butter : .
I causes : A. J. THOMAS
vors. Clerk of Circuit Court
of Bradford County, FlcH4
., 1 Wrecker Service Day or Night STARKE COCA-COLA Salt, -.- -


.,' &i-ff By the power vented. In thru
I Iit has I ( of Public Instruction of II "I,
i} County Florida hereby onltlection ,
f Butter to be held on Tin. t I"'
it will 6. 1937, at the School IT, .'"
'I'I" KtarVe, Lawt I
unless it
Special Tax School'! i 1'
near or .. number 2, 3, 0, and 11 I' -I',
t, q .. )' of Bradford County. f"' '
.... .
of electing; three tru.. "* <
The <1 fixing the inlllaice for th

laid an \ I 0d For( two the purpose yeara In of each holding dlnli' t>

t A gross of .... manaa.r.the: following! are appnN'o '.,". I

n : :2:::;'Hampton, Florida I I''
noil. I.nolan John, Heno ".
H B. Wlairln, Clerk.
: No. 8-Stnrke, FloridaValnwrl :N*.
"ht, Sr., f.. D. rJreeu. '
.. J. F. Kloklltor. Clerk
No 6- ...wl..y. Florida r, '. 1
( .... .
T. J. Terry; \Vllllam 111 '11
, Blanchard Plerk
'Ii No. '
l1-Gr..hal11. Florida v
: John Siirrencv, P
\. .. -&"-).->, Riley Walden Clerk

e -
,'" XOTUR fl.to 1'1'1.11'ATIOWFOR
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: IS HEREBY nlVE.r.V. :. /i''
t S. Ilhl"y holds of Tax Cet .
No 676.
f A D. 1030. nan filed .cam
office and has made appllra I '
a taxfeed I to be iHMued then
fI certificate embraces the foil' *

? f vrd ; I I t i iay I ;:Bradford doorlbed property:State of In Florid the '.

t'om.nre t at Southwest Pot'
i of Southwest Quarter of Noiweit ,
Quarter and Run Eat
Feet for a point of hco-lnni,
h"lnlf'1I feet Kant of italic, .
tral)TV. thence Uaiit 6f0* Ft .
:North f S
: feetVet $29 f.
+( $ I to a point CA Feat Eat of Ra
IJ war tra,"k. thence Hoiitheat p'
rall.-l with Railway feet '
J C beginning;, :, Section'! 283'n h '
s *. nth Range 22 East cot<
talin'"IK 11 Ai-rea more ore*>
; The a>-ee.ment of the raid pro
under the raid certificate I IK- i
1;! In the name of J. P. Padgetr
L'nlem ask certificate bI
shall <
.. ....
I I, arcordlng- lathe p'I
j )' de-crlhed therein will be t
Demand I the highest bidder at the "
door on the flrwt :M,'ndii:
*. month nf April. 11137!> ,,hl 'h '
: Blh day of April, 1113.

Perfected Hydraulic OFFICIAL Dated this SRALA 3rd., day "f Mi..

j The sew Chevrolet fur ia dark of Clri-ult Court
f 1937 a Brakes on your weather condition. "They provide ."f Bradford County. Floi', '.II.!
motion car with I'erfiftfdlranlic 11.. :
' leaking that it poaitite in action
< Brake*-tha highe*! lrvrU :-
braking that will safeguard : OTICK OP .APPLICATION
i i +, >|'immt of the hydraulic braking newcar and you FOR TX DEEr
loriocip&e-the must rflicirpt and your family you have never <*.na.. Bill .No. 1<:HNOTICE
*en safeguarded brJore.Demand : IS HEREBY OIVEN. Tli,'
.t tlrpendl brake built today. Perfected \,8. "Slbley' holder of 'Tax OrtM,;
tt0enaat r.MaaO.tataw Hydraulic No. 617. .
-. |iowrrful Cbr.roletbale. l Ie"ued the 2nd., day
-. Brakra, and demand ell the other. )', A D. 1934; haD filed same '
....alw.yuquali..1'1w. trr.rioi>iliiwtanlly vomfurt offlca and has mad appllvali II
t f to light or heary pedal safety and pcrtormanc a tax deed to be leaned then
advantage which availaUc certlfldBt embrace. the tollo-
ay prtwwe..They five UK amootbr. *!, low & described property In the Poo"
(1 quickest,str.ight-hoe.iop. on all -MOMTH1T PAYMENTS TO pricca only in the newt 1937O f Bradford, State of Florida -
van TOW cTrol ih
raisi > l-
'1I'e. of road and under all only esaapler. car I East. 27S Feet of North on->.-
wyd .. pi? half of Northwest Quarter .
CHEVROLET M"0! -. Ssir Koutheait Quarter, section' i
C..r.- DETVorr, M1l.BICa11d' Town..hlp II Month, Range -
East Container 4 Acre., moi
or leaiThe ..
Torode I .1 assessment cf the aald pr..rty "".-,
Chevrolet Co. under the .ald certificate.
;r : '" wee In the name of Jo" '

Uiileiia said .rUfltat.! atiatl be

,; STARKE, FLORIDA .. according to law the prrty .> I
i'. described therein will be :
be the
w highest bidder at the con '
iI .. ''>
? r Pro door on the first Monday
I month of April 193., which
the Cth dey of April
,Dated. this *'U- JU f

OFFlt'rAL SF-A 1.,)
10 Clerk of Clrr-ult Court
of Bradford County, Florida.tAb' -
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__.___._o"RKE _. ..__.. ___ TKUEORAPR: STARKE. n.oam.\ r1Gr SEA Tsf ''
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.\ CHURCH DIRECTORY S 'You see he said "Pedro and : -
DAJ.aLLT elWN MA Homer Cummings in his annual I ILL OF TI'BEIH'LIANI4:
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Robert Landis were both shot with report for 1936. had complimentedthe I

Kev. C. B. Price, Pastor TE TjThe the sam gun Now a week agoI TheILetter justices on their prompt hearings RAIFORD 4 Superintendent U

[ Sunday School 10 o'clock am.. p I: Pedro rented this apartment-Juat [ Boxi and decisions and said they F. Chapman of the state prison:

I Thomas, Supt. over Miss Bytnea' to someone El were perfectly- Justified In refus farm said George F McCall hall

[ Morning Worship, 11 a. m. calling.' himself or herself Anderson ing to hear a great' many of the applied to the purdon board for

i B Y P. U. meets at 6:30: p. m j' cases that 'tried to make their I clemency McCall, formei Dado
7:30 He turned to Polly. \\ |)OI'HTM DISPELLED': way before the highest tribunal I I County criminal court clerk sentenced -
Evening Worship, : p. m. i
I "Did you ever see this Anderson I, to a ten year term for embezzlement -
s S Teachers Meeting:, Wednea- ?" he asked. Editor Telegraph, In one of most recent speeches '
iay 6:45: p. m.Widweek j for this," answered the expressionless "No. Kindly give 'space to a few comments Mr' Roosevelt made no effort to entering the cartooning after

Prayer service, Wed- Story Thus Far: Nick Chinese club-owner.. He start "Ever hear here on your latest editorial, conceal his purpose to control the prison and con

esday. 7:30: p. m.Methodtet. Charles aid the 'Frisco police In ed upstairs. you?" anyone up over "The Presidents Speech DispelsAll Court, to have a Court "that would tributed regularly to the Bugler

investigating the murder of pull with him. Mr. Roosevelt In Inntltutlon's newspaper Chap
I Doubts Your is
"Well, Dancer. went on Nick Again she answered, In the contention is
Robert Landl. widow of negative. man said McCall Is
Church young turning to the other, "we almostran that It dispels all doubts as to the the only President we have ever suffering from

Rev B. M. Montgomery. Pastor. I the dead man. and Selma Is arrested Into each other earlier this high motives of the President In had who would urge Congress to tuberculosis.
when she admits. "Well Anderson knew all about -
having enact law --- --
Sunday. School-10 a. m. evening. seeking to reform the Supreme a the constitutionality: of
glen' a revolver! to David Graham ?" you, continued Nick. He steppedover Court.: which might be In doubt. A little I lemon juice
Morning Worship-11 a. m. "That so replied Dancer in In the same breath you tell squeezedinto

Epworth League-6:43: p. TO. her ex-suitor. Graham, to cold level tones. "To bad I missed and exposed the floor-board us\ that your personally had no In view of all these facts and the water In which they are

Eveaing Worship, 7:30'p. m. shield Sflnva had. thrown. It you." arrangement he "With these ear- doubts to dispel which of course more along the same line that cooked will make potatoes whiter
phones could
You are Invited to all these aerves. away at the waterfront. Nick Nick registered his pleasure at that hoar everything accounts for your unqualified endorsement might be offered, it is not surprising and Impart a more delicate flavor.
on down In
Investigates and Lum your place.
the double of that -----
meaning with a flickerof He his proposal. Does a great many people suspect
Kee ., was very clever. He
co-owners of the EJchee always
a smile. He motioned to pro this Illustrate your own quoted the President of being actuated
Club where Lnndls. wore gloves. He Intended, with the bill WAS
Presbyterian Church spent ceed up the stairs, while Abrams I aid of adage, "None so blind as those by motives somewhat below the
Rev. George H. Lowry, Pastor hour. In the! company of stepped to his side. this ladder to climb down who will not see"7 high purposes he would have us FRANTIC WITH
some night and polish off Robert
Sunday Services: Polly Byrnes Phil BJIMICH, Mho "Aunt Katharine here?" asked La mils. That would President Roosevelt himself In credit him with. No one need ft s TP

10.00: a, m. Sabbath School. frequented' the club ua believedto Nick. leave you the summer of 193t, wrote the think of him as appointing "lIplnepuppette" e *live TRIED cvtnvrHiNa BUT ]
holding the bag for Robert's NOTHIN3
hate been mur \ SEEMS
broth..r.turftll TO MILT
Pollj's ,
11:00 a, m: Morning Worship. out to he "Yes, Miss Forrest and Dr. Kam- der. plank in his platform pledging him less as Justices, he I THIS TIMUaU ITCH (
her husband.
4:30: p. m. Young People's Vesper mer just came. replied the lieutenant to seek a clarifying amendment to needs only to appoint men who favor
Service When Phil Is found strangled In Everyone In the room looked at the Constitution, but now he refuses his radical Ideas. THERE 5 A NEW
his. hotel room Nick goes to Polly's him as If spellbound. Nick con PREPMUTION'RVKO '
Sermonette by Pastor. "Put them all In the third floor to consider any such amend -- Ernest Thornqueat THAT It WONDERFUL
apartment. He finds that tinued to address himself to Polly.
Midweek Service: apartment" Instructed Nick. ment. Instead he seeks to inject ---- AKASirtC ITCH
the room directly above her own "The only reason he didn't kill The age THY ITl r
7:30: p. m Mission Study. Aunt Katharine Nick Into the Court six new justices to season temperature LLArtl
had been used gave a Robert that because
by some mysterious way of
8:30: p. m. Prayer Service insure such Interpretation of the Daytona Beach is six-
stare he enteredthe r
Gorgon-eyed as
spy equipped with floor came la yesterday and discovered ty-one. -I
Constitution as he wants. THAT RYKO 13
room above. Her aristocraticsoul CERTAINLY A
Rosewood Baptist Church ear-ph.nee._ Dancer conies secretly the set-up. He was suspicious -
During the recent campaign Mr. black.1 WONDER, DOC IT FIRED
rebelled at being brought Into The
and largest
to Polly's apartment. changed the lock on the baa In the
L. O. Pastor
R v. Hemingway, MY 1TCN ALl.
Roosevelt RIGHT
was '
Services Sunday. Bible Nick follows him downstairs Is such surroundings, even for the door to keep Anderson out Anderson repeatedly challenged : I world are said to abound In the
every to state bin position with reference
fired but In thebasement sake of such a much-maUgned got here Just Pedro lakes around DeLand. ...mpia.ddt..a
Study 10:15: m. Services at 3:30 on. escapes as was' to the Court. These challenges roe ft
child as Selma. Nick sat down -
be finds the body of on trying to telephone to me. about .
'clock In afternoon.
> were persistently Ignored. It ... ...
the arm of Nora's chair. He surveyed >
Pedro Domlnguez, janitor of the seveu-thlrty last night, and killed IlYOa6.ataGa
BETHEL. BAPTIST CHURCH the group while Abrams him was charged by his opponents that, : COLDS
building who used to work for
If elected he would to 666
cleared attempt
his and
throat started the
| R .. L. A. o..a"", rash Nora Charles' father ball rolling."I "Later that evening Anderson seize the Court. These charges For Itch '.""blI l ), Hn worra. .'hI....'.
Services very first Sunday. found out and Robert loot and olh.r ,
I you were goIng were by various administration FEVER ... p.rea/tto akin Irrtt.n" .
School, 2:30 m. : asked you all here" he said dnwil.1i, BY :0. Quick. r.ll.i
Sunday p. lie rear .
away together his
saw _
leader., branded as unfounded and LMeln TA.Ia'ri It... ear or .on., bee.... HYCO oM inHVKO
Bible Study and Prayer Ssrrlct "because another murder has been whole .ALwa Nesf _... 6
Eleven plan to pieces If hadida I wicked. But now we all know how .. a SI e.ld. !a Starke By
Chapter .r.
very Saturday night committed In this house. He's a t act fast. So lie followed him : well-founted and true they were I TrI ".....,.-' .."-Wa.aliueta.... ...t 11..._" Pharmacy and god Ormg
man I think you all know Pedro and shot him In the street"'wbat L1..-. stores ""'7wtH1....
St. Mark's Epi:: .e.pl Church The troa-plpe ladder, reaching= : Domlnguez." : Following! his election Mr.Roosevelt .. _'. -

_< Morning prayer and Sermon on from the third floor apartment to "Pedro killed! cried out Polly ? asked. Dancer Insolently -I asserted that the Supreme
|the second and fourth Sundays! at Polly room, was not the only die I I I Impulsively She was the only one "So when which Nick paused. I Court justices were overburdenedand BOREE FUNERAL HOMEr

ill a. m. Holy Communion Saints covery. Nora emerged triumphaaty la the room to register visible reaction ?" answered one of you Is Anderson behind with their work. In avery .r Csskess Usrfertaksrs hppllM

Days at 10 a. m. Utao _and< choir fr.m Pedro's quarters witha Nick. short time It was shown that AMBDL.ANCK ..MKRVICKDAT :

practice every Friday night at 7:30 mounted enlargement of a snap "Yes," said Abrams. "What do question.Abrams cut ln"hirply with a they were well up with the dock ANa) NIUDT

ttp. shot. you know about It?" et. His own Attorney General, 53 PHONE 53a.
"I took this said "Any of you ever been In this BJCNNKTT.
picture she "Nothing," answered Polly quick- : Mgr.
m.BOB with great pride "Six years ago.There'a ly. "I only saw hint a couple of room before?" he demanded. "Why don't you let her alone?"' "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"BEASLEY'S
Everybody ia the apartmenttried cried David
'Pedro and tpe other -servants times when I went to pay the angrily
who used to work for father. rent to say "No" ahead of the per- "Then you made Graham throw

On H rAnd son next to him. Selma remained away the gun." pursued Abram ,
Abrams looked "What about ?" followed
away Irritably. you up
silent and Abrams
eyed her
unflinchingly. "Isn't that the
What Ideas have about Abrama, to Dancer. "You
Hereafter"No women turning SERVICE
"What about STATION
you T" be Insisted. truth? Isn't It?"
valuable clues he thought.. He !are In and out of here. You must "Of course not!" exclaimed Sel "It lent true!" cried Selma.
turned to Nick have known him."
succeeds id the foreign ma."Well Dr Kammer moved to Selma's We Handled' Cold Drinks-Standard Gas.
"What do we do next?" he ask "Sure I know'him" challenged' this Is what I think" side He on" her. :'
put an arm
mission field who has been unfaithful -
and OH Atlas Tires Tubes '
to his seminary duties." ed. Dancer "So what? went on Abrama. "You were the "Mrs. Laodis' mind Is not balanced and Batteries. '

c' "Bring them all up here," said "And you?' said the police official one that was sitting up here with ," he said "but she did not"There's y

missionaryald. i Nick promptly. "Everyone that s to Lum Kee.tr" those earphones on, listening Pe- nothing wrong with BUS STATION ..d r.n i

.w _..- -- -------- dro caught ut It and shot herl'!
tudent in college is untrue to his R you you screamed David. "It's you!
him, Then your husband told you You're the one who's trying to
college trust, he will be untrue to r... BEASLEY'S SERVICE
jhls missionary trust. What we aren ;,.. .':"," .. he was going off" to leave you and drive her crazy!" STATION i
you shot him! The III dis
room was complete
maturer years depends upon the "I didn't! I UlUn't!" screamed order. Opp. Court House Phone 60 4
foundation we lay when we are 'ff'I
/ Selma hysterically (To Bi Concluded) .
oung. If a building is to be per- I - - -
-- -- -
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anent It must have the right kind r -

l>f foundation. "Train up a child I

' Sn the way he should go and when I

he ia old he will not depart from .. r

|lt." If young people In our schools !, '
l lJI .,
and colleges build their Uves as ,' "' .. i TIllS
SPIN hiss
many of them are doing on the ; )
'wrong foundation there will be t

f moral crashes"In coming years. No ......
Back of
man ever fell suddenly \

\1I a every long tragedy, slow, silent In character process of there prep-ls( ) r

.. .. .,., ....
f'"' [thing aratlon.In' the Men time who of do crisis the heroic were .. ; l\NI () \IIIIE} I t :;

[|;[prepared hour: of their by early heroism training for the- I !,.' ) "TN !

a '. I ,.... ,

We are not to judge by the above thmfainuJ."I l

{paragraph that teaching Is all that mixed never been in this house be-

ls necessary In the development of | and see what we get I fore," was the reply >\

character Nicodemus called Je- !. "You're on," said Abrams after I II "Well, you knew him, Mrs. Lan-

:pus a Great Teacher. Jesus said I a moment's hesitation. He dls- dls," said Abrams turning unex- <

}n substance, "You need a lifegiver. i trusted Nick's methods but had InI I pevtedly to Selma. "

." It Is Impossible to teach people I'I finite confidence In the-results. Selma looked frightened and t 1 1,

who are not teachable. Spiritual "How are you going to. do It, flustered. She glanced toward

truths cannot*be taught to people I Nick?" put In Nora Nora, as If making an Involuntary d

who are not spiritual. "The "I haven't the slightest Idea," replied appeal for aid ?+ ..ai

atural man recelveth not the I her husband. "Just listen I "He was our gardener in the ,

|things of the spirit of God for they I guess and pray that someone country" said Nora She looked'at

fare foolishness unto him neithercan makes a slip." David. "You must remember him l. +tlI h

| he know them because they Two hours later the motley company too. You called there. '

J assembled. "A man with long white moustaches -
are spiritually discerned." That is was rapidly being 1 l
the teaching of God's word. Men | Intense excitement prepailecl out- ''" questioned David vaguely Yaf
I must be born again before they can.I side the house, but two cordons of r a

|be taught spiritual truths. So, the 4 I| police had the situation well In "What did you know about! 313nDllau

band ?" Abrams flashed In
most Important thing la to lead a : I
and I,i Selma was the first to arrive "Nothing" answered David I .
young person to Jesus Christ
end David Graham came almoston I haven't
'That was six years ago.
(then the young person Is In a po- I
her heels.
him since.
|altlolto be taught spiritual truths. seen
"Have they found the gun ?" was Abrams Icoked at Nick out of
' We idea of I
may drill Into youth the
|elf-control. and of course that Is the first question he asked "Abrama. the coiner of his eye and Nick ) -.I___ J

(good\, but no process of teaching realized hewas being commissioned
"Not yet" was the terse reply. to He and
[can drill spiritual life into the carryon. coughed The Car
heart "Selma's upstairs," said Nick slowly looked about the room.HELP ,/ Quality
[ of a person. "By grace are
thoughtfully. Abrams put out a --- -
[ we saved through faith and that i in theLowprice' i il
restraining hand, but Nick turnedto
not of ourselves it \Is the gift of I
God." The Bible that some'I him with a wink. KIDNEYS! l 1 ,. :., .!Y.. field '
says "It'll be all right," he said. "I'll j l
I people are babies In Christ. They |I. go with him" T* Cot Kid of Acid at the lowest
have to have milk. Other > and Poisonous Want' price
Chrill-I I David's eyes expressed his gratitude -
1 tlana who are more mature | He bounded up the stairs .b,y=:! -J": e h.l., .rl.r S. h.d...e.T..fl: new lines give HASHING Vs'PTOMANCI-a. in years!

meat Christian growth 1s import- And entered the where Selma Imm th. M..n4. If your .lMy* (.. DISTINCTIVE Now quieter, thriftier and in two
: ant. but. there be life before ftii aU mJly di._...f.l and .lad, i* of the sweeping
..... ..
was seated with Nora. Irapurf'lM.. lh r msiy tBoi to engine tiies.;
there Is growth. The first thingwe tiln: r tli* vlitfJ 4. .vM.m sad advancements in the Ford V-8 for i
"You poor kid he said "You bo.:-' try to do In the Bob Jones College look so tired." .rniy .* !_ '...|...nC rU 1937. From its improved V-8 engines t.lO.IMILSPB GALLON Ownert CENTEB-POISE BIDING-All piMen- W
la Jesus Christ uittnvi, .. b.. vamlnc, ./..
to win to ev / .klda.T "
"I still can't believe this whole M 101"' ''., ilt.,...i*.,. to the comfort of its Centerreport 22 to 27 with the Thrifty 6O. gen amid ShiP', "dU',.* the axle.
ery young person wno Is not a Yw mar *uf* .r radar _........ ::
Christian. When this Is done we thing Is real she answered pressIng ,psM a IHMt hMHswh........-b.. of dlMiaaHtffiC ..., Poise ride this offers "Sett mileage ever" with the brilliantnw
his hand. "I keep thinking It s ( ..p .ikc., .wvlllnc, p..rfln Hitor car you LUXU810USIHTIAO1S-DeepCVSh-
are then able to teach these young _* DM .y_!..! _!II. M._a4J 8). '
i dream-that It can't be happen N.. i liner.per(ormanee. greater 1 luxury, ions, tailored upholstery I exqimiciwoodgrain :
people how'to live. There must be ts.5>.r .It M fetter t* Mly .
a. a trim.
ing to us. _...... CI,.. ... ._ -" wtd.erects less expense than even Ford has EAST.ACTION SArTTT B3AKES : New handles, control
spiritual life before there can bfl "Nick must have found out .... M .MtMag. I.r Ives .> *, instrument '
...., 1.JMW. VM D-'. a.. A ."U. ever, offered. Now there's greater You push gently and you stop quickly!
spiritual growth. something. said David comfortably. .. ........ ..yr M-I--f t
"It'll be all right. I'm positive l- 0-'.. ..... 11::.... wisdom than ever in putting your Safety of itttl from pedal to wheel. New Effortless/ Steering All Steel-nn.

of It." t. money into the extra value that SOUND.CONDITIONED BODIES- steel Construction Large Lullgags
FOR EARLY He bent down and kissed her mmmiwMITCHKIJ.

hand. Tears came into Selma's Ford' always represents. This year Several different insulating material Compartment; in All Model 0 Battery

MORNING HEADACHES !I eyes. Nick motioned one of the detectives millions of Americans will lake tu shut out noise heat cold. Rubber Under Engine Hood Safety GU I'

Into the room and turnedto lUST ONE more pride than ever before when "pillows" between boJy and frame. Throughout Cowl Parking flu;:.-.

I get a look at what was caus- .ad .''noll _

POll U ing the latest hubbub downstairs. M1/4 sass d..Kr.urn.. they say, "W: Jrht a l'-8!"

l,' Fun&. "Take your hands off me!" crieda YANANTZ&ONE..POT YOUR FORD DEALERAWTHOIIIZIO

DOZEN : shrill feminine voice. '" n-- d ..uu.au r.M N E VI F 0 R D V 8
I t It was Polly. Dancer and Lum :-"'-: VOID FINANCLLANs$2s a

FOw.. Kee had arrived at the same moment munih, slier mini down payment burs an.

Demand and Get Cnutn though with a different cus model 1937 Ford V-8 car. Ask our fad
I too Ian. .'<4 DRfO STORK dealer l I about the c..r payment plies of taUoi >"
The B ]185" The Thrifty 6OIIK.DFOBD p
BAYER ASPIRIN I I "Hello Lum." said Nick. Starke. Florid ral Credit Cumptaf. rl

"I got restaurant to run. No time

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. Edna Hayes--___ 423 3013 Mrs Thelma >
__ 21,110l Sub.
. T 8531 Gassetf. fence it sup- I 15089: Jake Sapp, trans -
i ( ELECTED I No 6 col 5780 090 H. H. Howard, trans 94.35 15129 Void teaching
Telegraph plies -----
) 3014 Mrs. Ila
i: Bradford County 15130 Mrs Dorothy HaU, Reale

; COMMITTEEMAN 8385:\ City Water Light Lights&: ,Water No. 3__ 98.60 13091 Mra.Teaching E. B_Wells__________ 38Z3 Teaching __________ 40.00 3015 Miss Alta Rha..?
Established 1377 ASSOCIATION I I teach 15131 Mrs. Russell Norman, 3016 Mildred Hogan
MET IN COURT HOUSE i,\: 8586 8587 Void Void s 15092 ing _________________ 2000 Teaching ______---.- 50. Ing ____ i
EMBERP LAST WEDNESDAY I I' N. Thomas Jessie B. Mason, 15132 Miss Mildred Morgan, 3110 Florida Nat t: u
1 T-ft Ii 8588 janitor 15093 .
L'M i' 43.111 Teaching------------ 50 ment of note ,
40.00 teaching ------- Mil
No 3
ASSOCIATION ---------------- .
l+N + PRESS y\ members of the Brad- I Edna Prevatt, $900000 PrlD,
'I Mrs.
Eighteen Clerk pur- 15133
J. Thomas
8589 N. Thomas, Janitor 13094:\ A.
t \J ford County Agricultural 1 Conservation No. 3 _____ 10.00 chase land for school 370.00 Teaching __________ 50.00 lab 92.10.
r '* : ---------- .
r :::J 'J cta. Association met at the courthouse 8589 Cal Gllsson. janitor 15095 L. A. Gray teachlng-100.00 15134 Miss Nelta Dean 3111.Florida Nat. B..,, '".

at Starke on Wednesday, No. 3 __n_._____J____ 3SOO 15096 Mrs. Carolyn Gray. Teaching _____n___ 5000 ment of note 01> : ''' 'J
Entered Second Class March 17, for the purpose of elect- 8591 Void. Teaching ___________ 6000 15135 Miss Madge Middleton, 450000. tnt "
I P blih'ed'Vek' y on Fridays and aa Ing committeemen to serve for the I' 8592 Quigley 4; Davis Lumber 15097 J. H Benson, Teaching Teaching _______...._ 25.00 3112 Bryant BeRslTeach.lng lt\.

i Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida 1937 term. & Material, No. 3 ____24366 ______________110.00 15136 Arthur McRae, >
+1, The county agent, T. K McClane, I 8363 Quigley &: Davis Lumber 15098 Mrs Myrtlce Carpenter Teaching ________ 115.1>0 3113 Miss Gladys
E. Matthews __ _. __ : :-_---_Editor and Owntfr Jr., was unanimously elected to & Material'No. 3 col.. 1194 Teaching ___________ 7000 15137 Miss Melva Crosby Teaching J.
as chairman of the meet- _________ 50.00 3111
) ..-- preside 8394 Quigley & Davis, Lumber 15099 Mrs Myrwln Long Teaching Sitnmle Bradfo
SUBSCRIPTION RATE Ing.The i <& Material, No. 16 ____ 96.93 Teaching _________ 7000 13138 L L. Henfroe, trans. Teaching (
members prevent voted on extra miles ____ __ 4.62 3115 Mias 0ta
Advance : 8595 Mallory Thomas, hauling 15100 Mrs Mabel Wall : : n Hope Hayn ,u? 1
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 73c: -Payable in M. F. Brown and W. S. Sibley, desk, No. 3 _u_______ 1 00 Teaching _________ 4825! 15139 James Rosier, trans."- 51.75 3116 Leon A. Gray 1.i -

Advertising Hates on Application members of the 1936 'ounty Conservation 8596 J. J. Thomas, Meas. 15101 Mrs. Bryant Beasley, 13140 H. Thoraas: : trans. __ 3505 Ing __ .
.. -"-. -- -- .- Committee to remain roof, Sampson No. 3 col 1.00 Teaching __________ --93 15141 E A .Sapp, trans ___ 83.35 3117 "
1+ ....... -- committeemen for the coming year George dwarlll'In&
8597 Z. Z Grlffis wood, Reno 15102 Miss Rosalind Jacobs, 15142 Mrs. Bryant Beusley, _
TO TAKE: THE: IILAME: Wade Harrell was elected March 10 I __ h.
WE: REFUSE No 3, Col. 6800 Teaching ---------- 60.00 Teaching ______ 25.00 1
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the Telegraph finds it necessary to deny re- at Brooker to act as the third | 8598 American Seating Co. II 15103 Mrs. Bynum Perkins, 15143 F. A. Scott, noldlng Teachers 3118 Bryant Beaaley

.t Once again done out of town and distributed committeeman for Bradford I: Chalk, NO.3 nu__ 29.50 I Teaching ____-___n 60.00 Exams_________ 7.50 Ing u___ _
of printing I
for Carl HillIard of
piece Lawteywas
a County
Hpcmsibility 15009 A. J. Griffis salary__185.00 15104 Mrs. Eva Anderson! 15144 Mrs Aneda Griffls. holdIng -
7 locally, giving many people the impression that it elected as alternate to serve In I,15010 A. J. Grlffis. car exp__ 30.00 Teaching __________ 60.00 I Teachers: Exams 7.50
was turned out in our plant. the event any of the principals became I 15011 Mrs. J, P. Warren 15105 Mrs. Eunice Searing, 15145 R. M. Crosby, trans. __ 10.00 CENT A WO Oft

r handbills used to advertise a drawing at Ineligible. Office Work ___u___ 7500: Teaching _____1.____ 5000 '15146 Mra. J. P. Yfyrlck. 2Vdays ,
g We refer-to future 15012: J. F. Hazen, Trans __ 10.00 15106 Mrs. Verna Demorest, Sub. ______:____ 9.38 .
1 which a suit of furniture will be given away in the near LOY-PO WELL 15013: Miss Margaret Johnson Teaching __________ 6000. 15147 Mrs. J. H. Benson. COLUMNFOR

1 t Several days ago the out-of-town gentleman promoting COMING TO RITZ Teaching pd. in full _.225: ,00 13107 Mrs Edna Hayes, :5 days Sub. _.,______ 19.31: RENT-Furnlsheiapartment. .
'o this drawing came into our office and asked for a price on I 15014 N. D Green, Trans __ 12.15 Teaching __________ 60.00 15148 W C. Manning 1 day, Mrs. W i ]IPS!.,, '
and containing more "GOLD DIGGERS OF 1937" 15015 C. M. Howard 15108 Mrs Grace Walnwrlght Bd. Service ..___y 4.00 ,
J 000 handbills about twelve by eighteen SHOWINO HERE I I teaching ______u____ 35.00 Teaching, _______.- ,50.00 15149 Void. 1
C y than twenty individual advertisements. We gave him a fair TONIGHTOf .13016 E, J, Lewis, 2 days 15109 Mrs. Pauline Howard ; 15150 J. H. Moore, '1 day FOR SALE-Pepper. tomato a

price of $9.50 for one thousand. These fellows always put on I Bd. Service --- i--- 16.00 Teaching ________:_ 60.00 Bd. Service_,____-_: 5.60 egg plants. See E. R eoakn!
act when they get a price on printing all the co- tarrlng roles play. I 15017\ W. C. Manning 1 day \ 13151 Miss Madllne'Hazen, Canova Pharmacy.
a regular vaudeville ed by William Powell and Myrna 15110 Mrs. Edna Hart, __ ___ 20.00
__ _
,k Bd. Service ____ ____ 4.00 ; Teaching '- -
__ ______ 50.00 ..
theme ___
straight face that they got has' Teaching FOR SALE- Sea! Island
with perfectly been
C telling you a Loy none more success 15018 J, H. Moore, 1 day -. 13152: C. A. Knight Bal. due
.job in Squeedunk, Ga.! for;.$4.25. This one threw uphis: ful than their delightful portrayals B<1. Service __________ 5.60 15111 C. M. Howard', on tags as shown on seed at.$2.00 per bushel A.I
_________ 10.00 Slower. Walda, Fla., Box'
he a* the "Mr. and Mrs of "The T.hinMan. : Teaching distribution of No : 94
his anll left. Where went<<: ,15019: Void. :
grabbed copy
'a d fund In horror, ." Now they'return for a twoday' 15020 Mrs. Florence Brown. 13112 Mrs. Ruby,Mae Perkins 14980 *.,____________ 5.00 3-12-3tp '*'
t do : We dniCrt9W\ however that ____:_ 4850:
: we do not know, nor we. care engagement'at the Ritz Sunday .-, Teaching175.00 Teaching 13133 Starle: 'Tele. Co. Tele Ser FOR SALE-Best
, ., 'corisiderllifhs: ( loss of time and gasoline,'"'if he saved any and Monday, as* the screen's 15021 F. A, Scott, NYA Supervisor 15113 Miss Dorothy Sapp vice It Calls __________13.25 all varieties. Prices quality wed

by having tht' work done .out of town he must have happiest couple In "After the Thin ____________ 10.CO Teaching bal. sub. __f ,,8.00 '13154. J. H.Moore, 1 day Bd. wannee Store. right i
money Man saquef to the earlier hit, 15114. Miss Hazel Adklns..,' .
15022 C. A, Knight, Tag Service ,. 4jOO
whb for -----------
demented -
fauna a printer who was either .pr w'p'rks written by the same author-Dash* Teaching __________ 50\ .00 I -
Agt., Tags: ______,j,___ 83.10 13135 Mrs. J. P. Warren. 2 FARMS WANTED-! have bI b,
o u. ;. >y hcn VBerloye.qf work.,. lets Hammett, and filmed by the 15023: Harmon Morgan, 15113: Miss Lucjle Edwards, trip to Jax. _______. 6.00 era for well located, Imp
it : :Dont misunderstand! us. We' ore not complaining about same director-W, S. Van Dyke. Teaching __________ 45.00 Teaching ., ;._____'__i.L_ 50.00 718 J. E. Brown trans.. __ 30.0.Q farms. Call or.write us Wn.sc(
ri. that it is to Also Involved In.the adventures of 15024 G. E. McGauley, 15118. Mtes Madeline Hazen.Teaching' 763 J. W. Edwards traas. 13.00 REALTY COMPANY 3-/21/
the work going out on to6i We realize o ;r".jqb' .
w ; ki? the _______ __ 50.00
new mystery comedy are
Teaching ,._________ 76.25 766 R. M. Crosby.-.trans.:; __. 30.00
,a prevent this!,.and W' ho\d\ I np one, else responsible. We do have James Stewart Eileen Landl and 15025 Melvin Futch 15117 Miss WHHe Mae Hln- 3010 Mrs. Floy Sullivan; FOR SALB-rCertiftal wilt-rein; ;;;)

e a right, however, to deny responsibility for the completed Joseph Callela. Teaching __________ 60.00 son Teaching.. _____. 50.00 Teaching.50.00, Ing Marglobe, tomato plants )
d 'JJ iJbnts which'-were' distributed here and contained almost Playing for last times today Is 15026 A. J. Griffls, Office_ 13118 Mra. Leola Roberts, 3011 L. M. Sponholtz, Myers Marfcet egg-plant pUrJ
re some serious. I the latest "Gold Diggers" picture. Expense ?.____-___. 6.86 Teaching ________':-. 50.00 teaching'- _______. 88.00 World Beater pepper plants. K.1
of dozen errors) -some ridiculous and "The Gold Diggers of 1937starring 15027 A. J. Griff (cost exhibit 15119 Miss Ernestine Bud- :2012: Miss Luclle Kennedy, Bowers C.! ova Pharmacy 41.
; You would think that the promoter would be satisfied Dick Powell and Joan Blonde to Tampa fair)._ 5,00 dington, Teaching ::. 90.00: teaching __________ 60.00 FOR'RENT: Furnished
approximately from local advertisers on ]1 (Mr. and Mrs. In private life) Aclklns 15120 Miss Kitty Hogsed, spa
! ff with $80 he collected 15028 J. E. trans __122.28 ment, two bed rooms, llvr
Teaching ....... :50.0C
the handbill and would be willing\ to pay $9.50 to have the The popular conga "With Plentyof 15029 Lester Slade, trans. __ 30.19 DOES BLADDER IRRITATION room, dining room, kitchen, prlyii
15121 Mrs. Ethel .
sT T'e printing done in the town where he collected the money and Our Money Heads and Together"You and are"Let's from this Put 15030 J, E Brown, trans.__ 92.20 Teaching _BI&p't______.-..-.-50.00---- GET YOU UPS bath. Also furnished hou+e40\ Dj;{
15031 A. R. Moore: trans.__ 36.75 MAKE THIS 25c TEST Walnut.St. Mrs. Ha mrlck.| .j]
was. sure of getting a satisfactory job. But no: everything picture. 15032 H. A. Prescott, trans. 75.55 15122 Mrs. Evelyn Ritch, Flush the bladder as you would .:..t:._
.. Teaching _......... SO.00 the bowels. Help nature get rid MR. BUSINESS MAN
E, was eacrified for the sake of a few additional pennies he was --- -- 15033 J. W Edwards, trans. 56.85 Takeli I
15123 Miss Madge Mlddleton of Impurities and excess acids from your wife. Sprlngtlmti!
15034 R. R
F able to put into his own pocket. Gasoline Consumption 15033: J, G. Boyd Crosby trans., trans.,129_ 40.00 Teaching ........... 50.00 which can cause irritation that results housecleaning ,time clean
I y the entire matter out of its mind u 15124 Miss Ruby Lllley in getting up nights!, scanty
The Telegraph put During February, gasoline con 15036 L O. Jones, trans. .. 10.00 paint your store Let ME I'tIU i
r until several people' around town began complaining about sumption in Bradford County fell 15037 C M. Phillips, trans._ 30.00 Teaching _.__.t._ 50.00 flow backache, frequent or leg pains.desire,Get burning buchu, and repaint your signs. Blll'iipl
This of not the far below the January figure, according 15038 H. G. Alderman, trans. 15.00 13125 Miss Jeanette Klncald. leaves, oil and 6 other Shop one block West Or 8<*< jlong's
the grossly printed handbills. on top getting to figures released by the' TeachIng. _____...__ 50.00 Juniper office.
15039 J, S. Austin, trans. __ 10.00 drugs made! Into'little green tab- 3-Utp-
work was just a little more than we could take in silence. So Inspection Bureau of the Department 15040 S, W. Whitehead 13126 Miss Virginia Maxwell, lets. Just Bukets to druggist
lay any
in spite of the fact that we recently printed an editorial about of Agriculture. January'i Transportation ___ 20.00 Teaching _______...__ 60.00 In 4 days if not pleased your WANTED-Dry bones, pay tig|
ii consumption stood at 85,283 while n 15127 Void. 25o will be refunded. Mitchell'sDrug est price per 100 lbs .V J. C<<
: superfluous griping, we just had to get this off our chest. Besides I February's sales %In Bradford were 15041 L. L. Ranfroe, trans.. 30.00 13128 Mrs. E. 1C Perryman, Store. i itantlne, Theresna, Fla, 1 l''|

;'; this is one time we believe, when a little gripe is jus- only 83,238. This figure Is near ;l[, 15042 L. L Norman trans. 4000 --.
115043 Roy Tomlinsnn, trans. 85.00 1
i ti fi('(I. the January 1936 consumption;; 15044 :Mrs. Lubedla Johns
when the total was 46.976--ju
II, I j trans .
o 1000
------------ -
38,307 gallons less than the same i
FATE I IS A FUNNY OLD EMPLOYER period of 1937. {[ 15045 Airs L R, Starling l ,

I ---e !I trans. _t.____________ 865 L5
And now we read {hat Jan Garber, the popular orchestra 15046 Mrs. E. B Wells. :

leader, in his youth hoped( to grow up to be a professional: Gets Inspector Job I' trans.--------------- 10.00 rsi0"r+

baseball player.. It seems that almost every famous person Elderdge Smith has accepted a 15047 R. M Crosby, trans .. 3225 OHN
position with the State Motor Ve-
who has reached the top in one line or another had day dreams hicle Inspection' Department In 15048 E. T. Stewart trans. 42.95
15049 C, S. Kelley! trans _.. 58.75
in entirely different fields when he was very young. Are Tal'ahus. Mr. Smith will assume 15030: J. K Douglas, trans, 45.85

these statements just a pose; mere affectations for' the duties on April 1. 15051 H. B. WiggIns trans. 7.50

pose of getting valuable publicity? or is it true that pur-I I. .-- 15052 A. O. Jenkins teach Free 'Phone
I. ing ___ 5205
Much old dame that she shunts us into strange -u '
r a wry SCHOOL BOARD FOR 13053 Mildred Paul, teaching 3563: Delivery 45 !
and whatever success! we achieve is gained at the expense of:1, MONTH OF FEBRUARY 15054 Sarah Jenkins, teach.

t our )'outhfulldeals? However, it is probably true that if an I I -- tug -.-.\..:_______---- 3565 I

I. r'' + honest poll\ were taken among business men at least half of I j I8355 I : No Britt 16 Alvarez______,__repairs-_,__$ 250". 15003 Teaching Flossie McLendon__________ 31.65 l A generous : Easter celebration. Buy the

l them would express a desire to be in some other line of work.I 8536 G. B. Colson, supplies, 15057 George Edwards, best butBUY ECONOMICALLY Our specials for the weekendSUGAR .

rr Force of circumstances, more than choice, determines wheremoat I No. 18 __________.___40.55 teaching' ____________43.15 /
1 of us will spend the working hours of our lives. 8557 Tipton Garage repairsLt 13038 M. E. Roberts, (EXTRA GOOD)
t'I'n I Plant, No. 18 _??, 2.50 teaching _________.:.__ 35.65 SIbs 18c
8558 F. A. Scott rent 15059 Maude R.Neal, FLOUR 24-lbs. 8&wnOLE

i WHERE.DOES BRAVERY STOP.kFOOLISHNESS BEGIN? I No. 3 ____.._____.-.__?_ 2.00 teaching___________ 43.15 WITH BOX ASPIRIN
+t; Very often the margin beween bravery and foolhardiness I 8559 H..C. Green Janitor 15060 James Caddy teaching GRAIN-BLUE ROSE SO-LBi J

; No 2' _______________. 30.00 _____________ 23.90 '.
---- RICE 5 Ibs. 24c
1, Ss such' a narrow one that it Is very hard to say which is 8560 R. P. Lewis, Janitor 15061 J. A. Jones teaching 33.47

which, without knowing all the circumstances in the case. '. No. 18 _-,.___________ 35.00 15062 Llnnle Kelley:: teachIng M\XURLL HOUSE PILLSBURYBESTMATCHES 99c

Pterhaps Ray Wood, the man who jumped from the San Francisco 8561 Enoch Kelley, wood I ----?-_-____-_____3363:
No. 2 _______.________ 16.00 I 15063 James Wilkins, COFFEE 27c lOcI
Bay bridge last week stunt i brave lb.
lf .1, as a H: a very man. 8362 MItchell' Drug Co. I teaching _____._... 5000 3Pkgs.
+ Had he succeeded: he undoubtedly would have been called Med. supplies, No. 3__ 6.57 15064 Mrs Mabel Wall Mu., CHRMKR

brave. Rut he did not succeed. He broke his back in the attempt 8563 R. R. Thede, supplies sic Expense ___?.___ 7.75 |
and will spend the rest of his life in a wheel chair-so No 6 _-,__--.______??..., 2.90 19063 H. B, Wiggins, COFFEEMILK 2 Cans 25c LETTUCE Each 8c

8564 R. R. Thede supplies teaching; '.:._______ ___ 39.50
we call him foolish. No. 6, col. ___________u .3.85 15066 Harry Sapp, teaching .39.73 FANCY DELICIOUS
Lindbergh first to cross the ocean' alone in an airplane, 8565 J, W. White, suppliesNo. 15061 Mrs. Lubedla Johns, 3 Tall 20c I

is looked upon all over the world as the outstanding example 3 __________1__ 1.50 teaching ;1: ____?.__ :5000 NO. I IRISH APPLES. Doz. 30e

;, of modern bravery. But had he failed would we have called 8566 C.Thurston N. Cooper, No Rep.S ___roof__ I 15068 Miss Corli Faulkner, POTATOES
14.50 teaching _____.___?__ 50.00 10 Ibs. 25c
i( t him foolish instead? 3367 C. W, Mann, Rep. roof 15069 Miss Nelba MooJy. BANANAS Slbs. l2c

()-- Thurston, No. 3 __.___ 6.25( Sub. Hi days ______ &.62

+ r WHAT IS NEAREST TOUCHES US MOST 8368 Jim Bagwell, rep roof 15070 Miss Bonnie Turner INSPECT OUR MARKET FOR YOUR W ANTS W MEATS
Thurston, No. 3 _____- 11.60> Sub Se day ______ 1.87
4 Distance' lends enchantment to views and disinterest to 8369 J. L. Johns, Rep. roof 10071 Mrs George Roberts u Quality Meats Lowest Prices-Western Beef Only

+ef news. While the accidental death of one school child In Sampson, No. 3._ ____ 4.50 Substitute __________ 21.75
II i Starke would throw the whole town into 8570 R, J. Turner, Rep. roof 15072 Mitchell's Drug Store, FANCV. UESTERNT BONESTEAKS
f S } mourning, we read Sampson, No. 3 ______ 4.50 Med. Sup. Clinic _____ 13.09 '
I r, and soon forget about the death of four five ROUND STEAK lb.
or hundred children 8571 Gassett's, supplies, 15073: Mrs Clennle Hickok 17c Ib. 25c

I in jchool house explosion in Texas. Most of us believe Thurston No. 3 ______ 6.40S572 Clinic Nurse ________ 36.00 FANCY FELL: CREAMCHEESE
k's. 1 ve should be shocked and grieved at such and Gassett's supplies. 15074 H. C. Wall. Bonds Bd. Y. COUNTRY ROLL CREAMERY
1 news, express No. 12 _____________
i .1.50 Members _._. __,_. 35.00:
p ourselves as being such, but if the truth werelknown our real 1 3573 Gassett's, supplies 15075 C. J. Powell, repair? lb. 22c BUTTER Ib.37c

emotional feelings have undergone little change. This is not No. 3 ----.___________ 505 I buses -._____________ 19.10 SIFT CIRCPICNIC S '*
an unnatural thing for unless we personally know one of the 1574 Gannett s, supplies 15076 Sterns Oarsge, repairs GOOD I

\J victims, the scene of this disaster is too far removed for us 8575 No Gaasett's 15 u,_suppliesNo. ____________ 2.10 13077: buses J.larvelVlndow__________Cleaners .____- 1.50 HAMS lb. 21c HAMBURGER lb.SAUSAGE l 10c

,sj{.:.; to take more than parsing cognizance of it. The truth is that 2 ________________ 1.60 Inc., Cleaners.?_- 12.00 SMOKED COUNTRY FORK |
;;, we are moat concerned with what concerns us most. )576 Gassett's, suppliesNo. 15078 Mrs. C A. Blrt. trans 5 00
: 18 ______________ lb. 25c
1 1.20 15079 nIXIE
Thomas trans. Ib.
;,J.f.' :.' Hight row one million people in China are said to b: facing 3577 C. M\ Ritch, supplies & 15080: J. W Caaktns, trans.. 29.73 jc |

:a'. : starvation unless rain falls within two weeks time. But repairs, No 3 ________ 4228 I 15081 J. W. Gasklns. trip to

r. China being much further removed than Texas, we have even 3578 C. M. Ritch, supplies &: Atlanta ______u_..__ 43.19 TUXEDO FEEDS \
't' i:. less feeling in this case than in the death of the school chil1 repairs No. 6 ________ 38.50> 15082 Joe Peele, trip to Atlanta Quality Feeds At Lowest Cost 'i
/I' { dren. V579 E. A. Winkler supplies 3k -______:___.__ 32.70
repairs 'No. 18________ 1050 15083 E. A. Sapp, trip to At. Tuxedo 2Q*> Lav Mash 3.10 ] Cincy Scratch 2.90
I' ;i: 1: Disaster must Us brought home in order to be compre 3380 E. A. Wlnkler. supplies & lanta ____ 39.10 Tuxedo Horse Feed 2.40 I
hhU Tuxedo
j" hended. repairs _____Uu___ &.110 15084 J. L. Anderson, Insp. Dairy Feed 24 !

1 3581 Flu Power & Light Co. buses & Reps. ______. 33.23 -
.I current, No 6 ________ 61.38 15083 Void. We Pav the following in trade for
:P1. ;; A Texas evangelist has compiled a book of 750 sins. 8.82 Fla Power a Light Co. 15086 Bradford Co. Telegraph eggs, per dozen: .

\.. '. Some old reprobates will be wanting to put him on Major current. No 2 -. ._-_._ 17.22 printing A supplies ? 26.30 Mixed 18c 24-oz. White 22c 22-oz. White 19c

Howes amateur hour. 3583 Nub Wilson hauling i 13087 J. D. Peele. trans.__._106.73 Market Price on White Eggs Are 3 Cents Below ''
I lumber No.- 12 col. .._ 2.00 15083: Nelson Green, trans. 83.00 Jax' Quotations't
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Bradford County Telegraph ELECTED pits :N: .a I 57 8"( 1501,011' H Howard n, ..""' !9$33: ; 151 J Ill2:'iO:!)' Mr1'orothj tni! Hall '' :.014: Mr\ Ila mg Re HI'

COMMITTEEMAN *-.."> ("itLight:;\ ,'10 Water 150U1. Mrs K.; B'ells. 4(01) :UD13301'i Miss Alto Hh .
.____ JS 'Z5 Teaching -
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No. 3J'h! ,
Water -" ,
Lights Mildred\ H
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Established 1. jjMElvBER Norman
: Russell i
'ONSKIIVATION( :.; = ASSOCIATION 8IbI1" '. teuch- 13131 I Mrs I !
WHO::; VolJ I I IT7 15092! W. S. .no ing
:MKT t IN": !lI'HT HOI'SK; Void ', Ir.g __ __-__.._ ___ 20.00 Teaching :U1O "Florida Nat
; = r-7l L\ST WKDNKSPAYKiKhtrin :': ; '*;3H." N Thomas, iinltor. i 15093 Jessie: U Mason, 15132 Miss Mildred Morgan ,,. I, mt-nl of .. ,,'.
_____ .. 4J'1J Teaching .-
) 10.00 -
FI.ORIDA :-:0.3': teaching -
V {HSSASSOCIATIONXAWeekly -- -- -- $!>onooo( r<
liriul- Pievatt
member of the Clerk 15133 Mrs. Edna
r 8.1:. s9 N. Thomas. J.initor 15094:; A J. Thomas PUI"I'hllse __ LOUD Int 92: 10
'Iruliiual Conneri 00 .
\ fold County Ajfi \ 1 No.3 10.00 land for school .1.0 Teaching:: -
.,' :}C'W.'fMd 7Poti i4z i vat inn All. .xMRtlon. met at the court --' --- --- 1 I teaching[ .. 00.00 1'I13.lIs9: Nolta Dean I 3111 Florida Nat I 1 1mcnt
I Ir.ubli..tu.d I A. Grny.
S5S9 i'.il Glisson. Janitor 15005: ( L. rOOO of not.
hmiii' ftt Stark on Wednesday, j 3SOO MrCaroljn Gray. Teaching -
I .
:No. 3 > I l.-,0'ii!
$ 1500
and Entered Second Class' :M\.inh 17, for the propose of electIng _-- 00; .00 13133; :Miss Madge Mlddletun.Teaching 00 In-
on Fridays as 8501'! VOtJ.P2 Teaching:: 3112 Bryan Hen ,
to for the 25.00 siTeuching l
\ rommittvt'inen serve -
Office at Starke. Florida $::; Quigley' & [Pavls. Lumber 15007.1 I II I\ Benson Tenth- _
Post I
:.Matter at the l'! 37 U-rm. __ .__110,00 Mcllae.
& Mittrlul. Ko 3 ___243.M 109 _____ __ 13130; : Arthur
The county .im-nt.' T K McClane, CUl'pl'nt'r.'r.'uchino I' Teaching: __- "30rtr,137 3113 Miss Gladys <
5593:: Quigley Davis Lumber : \150D8 Mrs 5lyitice
OwntrSURSI'RII'1'tON (
I:. Matthews, Editor and Ji. .. was unanimously elected( to & Material No. 3 col.- 1191Qtiigley /: --__ _____- 7000 Miss Mclva Cruou>y, Teaclting;
preside Ill' chairman <..f the meet- Long I 'fer cI.IWf 50-CO I 311: 1 Simmlo NoonTeuc'hing !
I' ,891;; & !Pii vis. LumberI 150i'!) Mrs. Myiwln
: HATK; Ing. & Ia.'rilll0:0.. /' 10 ___ Ml.93 Teaching _____ _-- |00 1-.13S L. L. I P.infive. trnna.e"trs .
The members, pi('1O"nt'ol"d) on'I Widl. mlh' .. 4 \2\ 3115::; Miss !Hope Il8..

Yearly, $1.I :iO(); Six :\llInt II... 7.1c; -Payable Advance I I M F. Ill-own rind W S. Hibloy, : 8.393! ; desk:Malloiy No.3 Thomas.__,'hauling__ _- 1 00 15100 Teaching Mis.: Mabel_ __ ___ 1S13101 .-:; I 15139' James .Rosier, tians... 1'11.75'> 311(5 Leon A. (jiii.v

members of the 1'Crt:: County Conservation trans __ 3505
\\ \ Application 15110 H. Thomas:
AdMrtisingAK <;M II.I. J Thomas. :Meas. ; :Mrs. Bryant; ing! ,
Committee to remain ____ .".93 trans, 83.35 | .1
roof, Sampson :No.': 3 col 1.00 Teaching __ 13111 K A .Sapp. 3117 George Jodwltl:
committeemen for the coming: year.wade H597! Z. Z. Griffin! wood. lienoNo : \13102; Miss Rosalind Jacobs, 15 112 Mrs. Dryunt HeaHlcy. Ing
;: lll.AMI: ;]
WK IlKI'l( SUTOTAKK'IHi: M-inell was elected rl arch 10.it 2500
60< 00
__ ._ Teaching --
3, Col 66 i 1 Teaching! ..
00I .
Once again: the Ti'k'Ki'ai'h: \' 'finds(| it i niccary lo deny ivM ., BrooUer to art us the third S5S: American Stating C<>. I 15103: Sirs. Bynum Perkins 13113: I.'. A. Scott, iioldlng Tea- 3118 Bryant BeaMIng l.
I committi'pmnn for li I'll d (0 rtl< Exams---
'hl' s -
f f.O
for Irintindune: !' > out of town and di"1 I! Chalk No :1:i :29 Teaching' / --
\| >nsibility: a |piece) County/ C'ail HillUrd of Lawley .j.OO' AndLfbon.Teaching 1514 Mrs Aneda Griff, hold
1500! A. J. Grlffis silary I Mrs Evil
tdill/h'd/ l locally giving: ; many people impression' that it j jWHS ,I ivus elected as alternate' to serve In 15010 A. J. Griftis. fur I'X:1000/ : (5000 InTeacht'!''' Exams. 7 50tJH't :
the event of the principals' became i 10 00 E T TOR
any .
turned out in our plant i 15011 :Mrs J. P.'I.'n \15105:; : Mrs Eunice: Snaring, : : R1.: Crosby p

..r''e' refei-to the handbill tht.(1 to aiherti a drawing !Ineligible Office Work 000 Teaching ------I.---- 5000 1511H( Mrs. J. P Wjlklt 1 2'uilajs
-- -- ---- 9 :38:
15012': ; J. V. Ha/.cn. Trans 1000 ISlOii:' II'II..ma Demurest, Sub -- -
which a suit of furniture will be jfiven away in the near fu- LOY-POWELL 15013 Miss :Margaret Johnson I Teaching\ -. ._____ 6000 15117 Mrs. J.J I 11. Henson i COLUMN

tvirr. Several days ago the out-of-tOw'll' gentleman promoting COMING TO RITZ Teaching pd. in full 225 00 15101111: Ednu Hayes, :S I .days Sub. ___. 19-81' FOK RENT-:, !Fuinlsh,
this i drawing earninto our office and I asked for a price on (115014 N. D. Green Trans. 12,151) Teaching ._________ 6000 1514S"- ,. C. Manning, 1 day I', apartment. Mis UI ;:'ptI t 1.>-
_.. '_ 1 100
< 15015 C. M Howard 15108 Mrs!! Grace Wainwright B.I Service; son.I ,
handbills about twHviby eighteen and containing more DIGGEUS OF 1 J37"i i j
1.000) SHOWING; HKKB: i teaching ?______ _-- 3500 ] Teaching _u ______ 50.00 1514! Void I
than twenty indiviilual Hdn-l'tiOl'm"nt'e: gave: him a fair TONIGHT: 15016: E J. Lewis 2 days I I 15 109 Mrs. Pauline Howard 13150: ,I. H. Moore, 1 day I FOR SALE: pTppei II'' ;

price! of $9.50 for one thousand. These fellows always: put on Bd. Service ______-- 1800 Teaching _p _____ 60; OO Bd Service-----------; : 60 i I egg plants: See E: P. 'a'en
Of nil the. I'o.sta..lng. roles play- : 15151 Miss :IoladllDe'Hazen, Cu nova Phal'macy.
| 1 j
15017 W
it regular vaudeville act when they get: a price on printing C. Manning: day 15110 Mrs. Edna Hart,
telling with a perfectly :straight face that they got the c you Loy none been more 8ucCeStt' I 1501S!! J. H. Moore 1 day Ii I II 13132 C. A Knight, Bal. due
same job in Squeedunk. Ga. for:. $1.25.:) This one threw up his ful than their delightful portrayals i I Bd. Service ___ ______ 1'1.601' | 15111 C. M. Howard., on tags as shown. on I seed at<$2.00 per bu.ViStowers. A.j .
an the "!\II". and Mrs." of "The Teaching ____ __--- 1000 of No. Watda. Fla Hox 91.123tp .
T.hln: distribution j
his left. Where he went i 15019: Void .
hand in horror, grabbed copy and : '
I :: >
Mae Perkins -
Man. Now they return for a two 13112: Ruby 11980 _. 5.00
15020: Mrs. Florence Brown -
''cjorwicTerlnjr loss: of time and gasoline,' 'if he saved any day and. Monday, as' the 8Crl''n'lIhappl..st 15021 F. A Scott NYA Supervisor 15113: Miss Dorothy Sapp, & Calls _1325 l all varieties Pricesi\! S

q. money by having thy work done out of town he must have couple in "After the Thin I ------------ 1000 Teaching bat sub. __f ,600 ; 15151:: :: $ J. H. Moore, 1 day Bd. wannee Store.
Man" sequel 1 to the earlier hit, 13111 Miss Hazel' Aelkln ? Service 4.00.
1,1022 C.
found printer who was: either demented:'or whbIprks: for Knight Tag _______ 50.00
a written by the Hume author -Daali- Teaching 2 FARMS WANTEDWe
;I Agt., Tags _-_______ 83.10 15155 Mrs. J. P. have bi
the .hecr love of work._. tell HjmmiHt, and filmed by the j 15023 Harmon Morgan, 15115 Miss Lucjle; Edwards: trips to Jax 6.00 era for well located 'impr
i about same directorW.. S. Van Dyke. I Teaching ________.-_ :5000\ __ farms.> Call or.write ",,
punt misunderstand! U'e ;are not complaining I Teaching ___ _______ 1500 718 J. E. Brown, trans. 30.00 VMLSO(,
;.. the work going out of'toll!li. We realize that it i is our'job to Also Involved in the adventures, of 15031. : G. McCauley:\ 15116 Miss: Madeline lI..7Teaching' !!!). 765. J, W Edwards, trans 15.00: REALTY COMPANY '..!Z'I'(
_________ 50.00
I the new mystery comedy are j i i Teaching _____ 7625:: 76ft R. M. Crosby tians. __ 30.00 .
prevent this: and .we hind no one else: responsible: We do ha.eN James Stewart. F.lHsa Landi! and 13025 Melvin Futch.; 15117 Miss Willie Mae Hio- 3010 :Mrs. Ploy Sullivan FOR SALE- Certified wilt-re*
a right however, to deny responsibility for the completed I Joneph/ Cn lie 1:&. Teaching __ ____ __ 6000 I son Teaching __. .5000:' Teaching .,..- 5000 ing Mrtrglobe\ tomato pi cab, [

liattdbllls which were distributed! here and contained almost! Playing for lust times today lathe 15026 A. J. Grlffls. OfficeExpense 13118 Mrs. Leola Roberts, Gull L. M Sponholtz, Myers Market eggplant! plar

serious. latest "Gold Diggers"" picture, __ _________ 696 I' Teaching. _________.. 5000 aci1iu" __________ 8.00 World Beater pepper pl.iitt. PI .
dozen' errors: : some ridiculous: and some Bud- Bowers, Cdnova Phirmic\
a "The Gold Diggers of 1937' starring 15027 A. J. Griffin: (cost ex- I 15119 Miss Ernestine Ml: 2 Moss[ Lucile Kennedy .
You would think that the promoter would be satisfied: Powell dington! Teaching __ 50.00 I
Dick and Joan Blou- hlblt to Tampa: fair) :500'I ,| teaching 60.00 FOR RENT -- Furnished", spar
with approximately $80 he collected from local advertisers: on dellSir: and Mrs In private. life.) ;' 15120 Miss Kitty Housed. two
1302 J. E.: Adklns. trans.122 2S : _________ 5000 ment, bed rooms IiI \"-
the handbill and would be willing to pay $0.30: to have the The popular song" With Plenty 15029; Lester Slide trans. .. 30.19 15121 Teaching MIs. Ethel Biggs, __ __ __. DO KM HLADDKR IKKITATIUN"KT i room, dining room, kitchen prima.
t ; collected the and of :Money anti You. and "Let's Put 13030 JF. Brown trans._ 9220):! ) : YOU fP? bath. Also furnished hotisp 402 :
printingIone in the t town where he money Teaching ________ 5000 '
Our from this I
I Together" are 15031; A. r. Moore trans. :l1i.i5(! I MAKE THIS 25c TEST Walnut-St. Mrs Hamtlck. { t ri :
was sure of getting a satisfactory: jobBut no: everything picture 15032::; H A, Prescott, tran 73.531: I 15122 :Mrs Evelyn Ritch, 1 Flush the bladder as you would ,|i ._ _J_
______ ___ _
wax sta.crit'ied for the sake of a few additional! pennies he was: ,I --. A .- 115033 .1. W. Edwards trans 50 85 I Teaching 5000 I the bowels. Help nature get lid J MR. BUSINESS MAN raked. t:
15123; Miss: / Madge MUldleton. of impurities and excess acids from your wife Spimgtimt> i
able to put into his: own pocket. I Gasoline Consumption 15034 R. R. Crosby, trans 129 93 Teaching' ________ 5000 which can cause' Irritation that results time ,
housecleaning <
I'15035 J. C, Boyd. trans 40001 I 'I".n x:!
The Telegraph had put the entire matter out of its mind 15124 Miss Ruby Lllley. in getting up nights, scanty
) During February gasoline consumption 113034 i : : L. O. Jones, trans 10 00 paint your stole Let ME roll'
flow desire ,
... frequent burning
until several pople around town began complaining about j in Bradford. County fell '' 15037:' C. M. Phillips trans :30: 00 Teaching backache 01' leg pains. Get buchu and repaint your! signs Bii's&f' :
j 13125; ; :Miss/ Jeanette Klncuid,
handbills. This of not thework fur below the January figure according 1.1038 H G. Alderman trans. 15 001 j leaves juniper oil and 6 other Shop one block1""n Hrtong's
the grossly printed : on top getting( I Teaching .. ._ 50 00 '
to released the -
figures by 15039: J. S. Austin, trans 1000 drugs made into little green tab office 12'>
was just a little more than we could take in silence. So Inspection.. Bureau' of the Dep".tmtnt I I 15040 S. \.\'. Whitehe-id 1512(5:\I ( :MMS Virginia Maxwell! lets. Just say Bukets to any druggist

in spite of the fact that \M- recentlyprinted an editorial about of Agiicultine" January's ,i Trnnspoitatlon 2000 Teaching 6000 In 4 days if not pleased :your WANTEDDry bone> pat\ a.g
consumption stood at 85.283 while 15127 Void. 25c::; will be refunded. Mitchell's est price per 100 |IhH IIfttuntlna Co
superfluous griping, wo just had to get this off our cheat Besides ,I February's sales In Uradfunl were 15011: L. L. Heofioe. Iran. ::0: 00 I 13128 Mis. E. K Perryman, Drug Store. Theressa, Fla. 1;

this is: one time, ,,believe\ when a little gripe: is justifird. -I I only 8.1.23S: : Tlifs figure Is near ';i. 13O42:: L L. Norman, trans.: 4000 --
15013::; Hoy Tomlmson trans S3.00
1'the January. 193U 1 consumption ,
115014 Mrs Lubeilia Johns.
[ when I the total I was 46,976! just3S.307 II
o 'a4= I : trans 1000
:: gallons les than the same.
FATE: IS A I-TNNY OLD KMPLOYKIt; ) "pedal of 1937 :\i i 15045: Mis. L I II. StJiImg I d

I trans --_ _____ G65i i !
-- --- -- ---
/' And now we read that Jan Garber, the popular orchestraleader ,, 15046 Mrs. K: Li.I Well-".

in his youth hoped to grow: up to be a professional Gets Inspector Job |\I tl'UIIS. Uh 10 CO'!' ,

basebail1 player. I It t seems that almost every famous: person ;;, Kldeidge Smith has accepted( a'':: 15017 R :M! Crosby tinnx 3'J 23
position! with the t.teIntor: \1'-1|113018$ E. T .Slewiilt. Iran.. 421'1: \ ...
who has poached t the top in one linear another had day dreams! hide lni'Ction|| Department In I!
I, 150IJ C. S Kelley trans 5(575( :
in entirely different fields! when lie was: very young. Are t'al uhudxfe Mr I Smith; will assume I I 150SO, J. K Douglas. trans 4583I : :

thl'. .1 ----- Free Phone
\ IXKSO uf Jetting'aluable publicity ? or is it true that fate is': 15052; A. O. Jenkins teach-

placl'M'nnd | 11.11ItAN'l'.tISSUEi: ) HV 1 InK ___ ________ __. 5205:;
such a wry old dame that she shunts: us: into strange: .1'114))1.: BO\ll FOR 45
:,, 15053 Mildied" Paul, teaching 35.65 Delivery
whatever :success: : we achieve is gained at the expense of :MONTH (FKBIir.XKY: \ ,15051: Sarah Jenkins, teach- I

our youthful ideals? !However, it is p'obably true that if an'' i I I mg ._ ; :_____n.- 3565

honest poll\ were taken among business: men at least half of 83.15 No.Britt 16 Alvarez_ _. _Impairs___.. .. .$ 250 J J 150.13 Teaching Flossie :McLendim.__ ____ 3163; I I' A generous table is part of the gay Easter celebration. Buy the

them would express: : a desire: to be in some other line of work. !8331! G. B. Col.son. supplies, i 15007 George Edwards' best but BUY ECONOMICALLY. Our specials for the week-end.

No. 18 __ __ __________40551 I I,,
Force of circumstances: more than choice determines: where teiichlntf' ___. ______ _
18537;; Tipton Garage repairs i| I50.ri8; M. B.: Roberts, -43.15\\ (KVTKA {CiOOD)
most of us will :spend the working hours! of our lives.: i i I SUGAR 5lbs. 18c
| Lt Plant, No. 18 -::::--_ 2.50 teaching 3565
---- -----
I 0 V)8:; F. A. Scott, lent 15059 Maude P.. Neal I FLOUR 24lbs.PILLSBURY 8&wuou

r '\num.: : HOKS MKAVEKY STO1VFOOUSHNKSS' : KKGIN; No. 3 __________A200 I teaching ___ ___ __ 43.15 WITH BOX ASIMHI.V .
; '1H.\IS-HI.t'E KO.SK5Ibs.:
Very often the margin \Ix'ween bravery and foolhardiness|' Sj,>9 H. C Green janitorNo. 15060 James' Gaddy, teaching ( I III.II'"

1 2 ________________ 3000iSSiiO ., ___ ____ ___-__ 23 00. RICE 24c
ks such a narrowone that it is: very hard to !say which i isi: R. P. Lewis, janitor I I ISOitl\ J, A. Jones, teaching 53.47 \ 9geCOFFEE

which, without knowing all the circumstances: : in the case. | No. 18 ______________ 35.00 I 15062: Llnnie Kelley: teaching M \\vvr.i.i.; norsr. BEST

I'I'j'} Perhaps: Hay I Wood, the man who jumped from the San Francisco 'SjHl Enoch: Kelley( wand / ___ ____ __ _____ .33:\ 65 ,
No. 2 ___ __ __________ 16.00 15063 James Wilkins i lb. 27c
t.t.I : : May bridge !last week!;: as: a stunt, is a very brave man. ;j:!, 8.jli'! :Mitchell's Drug Co. I teaching/: .10.00 I:' MATCHES 3Pkgs. lOc

Had) he succeeded" he undoubtedly would have been called!' MeJ. supplies No. 3657 ,,150134 Mrs. Mabel Wall. Mil I < HMOtK.ll

brave. Hut he did not succeed He broke his: back in the attempt -! !S563' R. tt. Thede, suppliesNo. sic Expense! _____ 7.75
6 ___ ___ __________ 2.90 150U5 H. B. Wiggins.teaching COFFEE 2 Cans 25c LETTUCE Each 8eMILK
u' ) and \\'illsl1t'llIl the rest: of his: life in a wheel chair-:sole I
J8: 6I 1 1:. R. Thede. 39.501
f > suppliesNo ________
,,' call him foolish.Lindbergh : 6. co!. __ ___ __ __ 3.85' 150GB Harry Sapp? teaching 30.75 KAISC'V P;'." ""'"
3 Tall
first! to cross the ocean alone in an airplane} 4365: J, W White supplies l.'OU7 Mrs. Lubedlii Johns. 20c

is 1u"hl'l111'1\ \ all over t the world as: the outstanding: example ') No 3 -___ .-__ ._-_ 150 teaching _______ 50.00 NO. I IKI-.II APPLES. Doz. 30c
35(>li C. N. Cooper Rep. roof ISOliS' Miss Cor lie Faulkner., ,I

.' irt modern bravery. Hut hail he failed would we have called i Thurston, No. 3 ______ 1150 teaching _________ 50.00 POTATOES lOlbs. 25c

him foolish, Instead' ?! I Ir 13(17: G. W. Mann Rep roof 150159 Miss Nelba Moo.ly, BANANAS 51bs. 12c

r: --- ThUl. ton, No. 3 ______ ti25'i Sub 1'j days ___ 062; I .
1! JSO'i Jim Bagwell rep. roof 15070( Miss Bonnie Turner
Thurston. No. 3 ______ ll 60..| Sub I ij day __ 1 97
1 Distance !lends: enchantment to views: and disinterest to H">fi}) J. L Johns, Rep roof j 15071 Mrs. Geoige Roberts Quality Meats Lowest Prices-Western Beef Only

news: While the accidental! death of one :school' child in Sampson No 3----- 4501 I Substllute.. \ ____ 2175 _
|IX370 R, I Turner! Rep roofSampson 15072 Mitchell's Drug Store.Med. F.\\\: 1SEKTF.ItN: T RO\C:
fcifarke.\ would throw thevl.ole into
; town mourning( vve read I : No 3 _____ 150. : Sup. Clinic 1369
1 and :soon forget alxiut the death of four or" l five hundred chilthtii | 371 Guasett's,, supplies, I| 15073 Mix Clennie Hickok, I ROUND STEAK lb. 17c STEAKS lb. 25c

in a fclionl house explosion: in TexHIO'lt: ; [ of us: believe|j jVM Thuiston. No 3 ______ G 40'I Clinic Nurse; _- 3600 I'' t'\SC: FILL. ('Rt1
I' !.")72 Gasaetfs, supplies. 15074 H. C { !Ii ('()( '
> should be shocked and grieved at such news, and express' | \\MII. Ponds Bd. 'STIC\ ROLL ('Ut\\IIr.U"; :
: No. 12 --_----_______ IflOj:'\ Members ______ 3300 I CHEESE
ourselves: as being: :such, but if the\ truth were known our real 373 Gassett'H.. suppliesN.3 15073 C. J, Powell repair I lb. 22e BUTTER Ib. 37c

emotional feelings:: have undergone/ little change. This: is not j I __ __ __ ____-_ __ 50.-5 buses ----. -- 1910 wIVI"s ( Ill 1.E s ,
unnatural I I Vl' G'iMsett II, supplies 15076 Sterns, Garage (,("'D8.tOKED
unless repairsbuses
an : we personally know of the
1 one ;No 15 -- __ ___ _____ -_ 2.10)) > .. > _____ l.'iO PICNIC I lb. 2Ie
victim: the :scene of this disaster: i is too far removed for" us'!| j7:5::; : C.isHftt'! .. supplies 13077;' Marvel Window Cleaneis ,! HAMS HAMBURGER lb. 10c

to take more tlHlnl'aOol"in/I'oJ'lIizal1l'e/ : of it. The truth i is that i i :No 2 _______ ____ ___ 1 UOO7I5 Inc., Cleaners 1200 1 ( (K

the are. most concerned: with what concerns! us: most I '\ Gajuett's. supplies | 15078 Mrs. C. A. flirt trans. 300: I

flight now one million people in China IIl'elaid to bj No 18 __- ___ ____ ,__ t.:20: 1507iR.. L. Thomas, trans 7000 SAIJSAGE[ lb. 25c niXIE OLEO lb. 18
: far-I <"S77: C M Hitch xuppiies &, \ 15050 .1. \\'. G.nkins, ttHns150.S1 2975

ing .starvation unless .rain fulls within two weeks time. "if pa Ira. No. 3 '_ 4i28 : J. VV. Gaakln.s., trip to

China, being' : much further )removed\ than Texas, have I' 137's: C M Hitch, supplies, A( Atlanta _._ 13.19 TUXEDO FEEDS

"clllloll'hil-1 j repairs !,:". ti ____ ._ :S8: :''IO'' 150S2; Joe Peels, trip to Atlanta
less: : feeling in this cute! than in the death of the I Quality Feeds At Lowest Cost
i fi79 !K: A. Wlnkler. supplies Ar.ptiis ____ 3270'
cI lrcn./ No. 18 ___ .__ 1050 I 15083 1A.: Sapp. trip to-Atlanta Tuxedo 20% Lav Mash 3.10 I Cincy Scratch 2.90

Disaster l musti' \ brought" home in older! to be compreilii.ndnl. j !Di K A. Winkler mipplies A ___ 3910 Tuxedo Horse Feed 2.40 I II I
Dairy Feed 24" 2.65;:
1'1'| ''lr.s -_ 5.501: 15051. J. Anderson. [asp
.: S3M Fla Power Light. ; Co I| buses. Reps 33: 23
--<) cun..nt.t No B 61.3S' 101001,1; .: \V" Pay the following$ in trade for

A Texas evangelist has compiled .1 t (book of 7)0;)(> :sins.:
Some old reprobates! will be wanting put him on :MajorHowes ( ; current, No 2 17.22: printing A supplier 2630 18c 24-oz. White 22c 22-oz. White 19c

amateur hour. Cs3: Nub Wilson" haulms: 1SOS7\ J D. Peele, trans. 10615 Market Price on White Eggs Are 3 Cents
lumber. No. 12 col. 2.00 | 15us9 :Nelson! Green, trana. 83.00: Jax Quotations


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