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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 9, 1937
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00027795:02588
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L 86 VOTE I;i AT ROTARY BRILLIANT CLUB EVENT RECEIVES TUESDAY CHARTER NIGHT COUNCIL UPS INTRODUCING "MISS BRADFORD HIGH" IS JIG UP? ,



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IN TUESDAY ,its cnvi-tfl, ihtitct' Tic. LICENSE COSTS SOME SAY YES
''I.y night 'i ] I 1'1' I f !II!< dl-III\\\ 1't" M r II i" I jt

'it a bull\ant and! ",loitul banqiiot ,
c ci''iiI/clg: : ; th,' lilt Inn-, ,--liin': "

I I'n' the VVomui Club :Moie I Hun .lumbers :lie i "IY gia itiful! i. :M i I

ELECTION i 100) 1"01,1| It', including members ofthe jur Powell. for It VMIS I.II'I! l\ FOR CARNIVALS SOME NO 1i 1 "

1! Starlce club. their wh'es. vislt- ', till ough his untiring ilton I ti It> ij'nl '

:! ,inn 1 Uotarliiis from ten jiurroumim .iry w.m broUght to I ilus i m

I /it" n. (, "rci'n,, and \\I7 it c' i It.ban 1 other! distlng-ulnhed iirmitv ills! unselfish Intinstthe JI'I,,' ,.(;o-HUWlfl4 II ill Opinions) I IJurc..,. ()[e'ei' j
;uetitthoi(! tn wItness this organization is shoun,. !l\. .

>I'' ill lie: TrusUenor .- impiesBive event tact that he lifis alt pnd.. I i\ \ Set Oirrn'rs Hack J1ll/flUI for Hi'rrtf -J 4,

Slarke 1 The ch.irtot' w "IK. hnndml to I PnsnlentJos ?'luc'i log,; ,.:nee the i'ml)) vviis st\ u c |i di"ie I ';
S7.T SI. I! '
; Iai1jI1I.IFI4 U: \Viistsn L by Mllluid \Uu- jinl,! Ins pi" foi 111..01 I ,ui, imal i "

1 vidBon. district" (ri>\cinot ot H.- ibl<' sei\iu(' in inrguih: / spiakcisin I

(II M i I' ,h--: MM: : iurni; : : I > I IN I ini>.. aftet an inspiring: speei'li in \ I i tUcitalnc-i c : ,, with, lint' fmni', HI : ]) ; i .\ l' 'i i HIM$ l II \1:1.1.1.: : I IMOV S\4 (C\K 'I1AV J.BY

III') ? is N0.x.( : .-.. I II 1. :2.i Ii; r which Davidson' flicj, the dithusI ::allJl'14'IIItlint 11 I hicluli, hi-u I IOlllll 'U ) oisr.MN) I' i E: t Ul: i TS I I !I-. I'! ii'i1Ni'i: :;

I I.ism of th,' new club meni'' i ,. aswill (' ,! /.t! 'll 1- OM I -"I\.f\ !pi| "-
.i\ i "t \\'"i hnvni A si i i use" .11 I In i I I-. -
\ lh rep i up\
an vi'tiruns piespm! 11 I' gr:in:s m 'I'| '!I" in Ii: ",
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i 01! Si In"ol p..lku'u'.ly' i slt'eo".1! ibm impo't' t nit" ----- -- paid/ bv' (':nival f'11 I i II) r I t (",,11', .1 'II'' 'by: 1.' f '

o,1 t -' i l u t t hit' e 111 pnn.vim ul'te't -
pint tli.it notary with tluh>> m .d. (lff.4{ UOfll'Jllb ; lov ,

:,>1t t \ -i\, < \01"14 I hi- ,most I &'\'i.'i'y civilized I itt,t'o II i lounds and I other com i sunnoiim inflicting' tcplic-.s v. ,"i- I'

i t 1.\\ n-.ppopi| Two plu'lngtha\ )' as 1\ foicc 1 t..i i I" i ij .< .ed I this y. \ ',\ '. I I .-i I 1'1'i\' tn It K: Mivls, ruct.- ,.

.w' IP iontiniK.il Ini j iindtMHkanding und i cia t ion.. l (Council follow '., ii', 1 I"''i, i he' Railway\ Kxfin-:" "

i I .wi-ll with fifty-1*!* ti..'con mi 11 misI ,, .' "' Tuesday night. \ -"'ti' .\ who W-IIH milking a In :, : ii ii't.

i. t P Gie-rn with fiftyi I In his speech rf accept IIH :\11'iJn "" l'f From now on mi v p I I"I t 't' of .strawberry, potwtblliti. > j
"'h.tl' '..petihitd h< .'<< I ,'1 'I.. '"i .HI..dliln.111 ( ,
( i VV was i \\ _
pininiHcd that tlw MI mk will pay $15 a d.i\' InI.' i I.' 31 .i l'

n ;plue: :Mircus I club would "r.i.iko, up in si" 11uh.it '..,. -'''''\' "'--'\, week : while'all! othci i >ni ."i 'onssldc ,\ i (taking 1 n btle'f look aroun.lMi J Jq
.lId! I 11 I \'. Kniglit i"'L'I\'. .' ;' aI Ii. : l iPiivcs dtove cm t<. I. Ji i!
,t. ; it lackeul' in omtoiy ,tnd that 1oeJ< .. -shows a IUL! othci .iitiaitions I t 'I ,
." .1' Highest number of I the oiffinlHion bEre'uuld l nevei' '< .,. I II will pay $10 a day instead" ol $: L'It t t "'x usually' I the s<'ctip of Iren, I \

.\ i-n mill tax levy wall .I test( until it Is recognized as one of I a d ly. nitivltv' t at this time <>1' >'PHI' iI 1I ijz..j ij\

. 'up,in with a vote of thilt)'. the I)(>"t in Rotary Intematlon I Council members also I I'uik. I i loii.N? added!. to t th.. ''Llll1tf ;1.

...'ntvi / urge/ ev pluii I i 'il hp.ivy,, glimm I i that litinft tt I'
tn L'.illuil\' felriimniw I picsulrnt. of "I'y..ne to apply for II building (
ppimil.
I I ) over t tin 'i.ui| > Tlio J
I i II, 'i ii' .Mectlon In sthool dtsti let the CiHiiusville club sponsoi of the whether pl.lOninnl'W con .9 | shipping i Ilit| '. a

flm" 01 aha m) J H Suriency, oiK'ini/ation' he,e. piesented thencu HI.i.uit ion or the smallest Job nt it'cciii. foim was completely desprtpil exccpt ; :{ f'
I foi the whelss I i agent) nnd,I th.
and John McKinnev f lota 11.ins with a handsomebell :
F link Ke\nohH 1[ wotk. The, permit costs nothIng .
WPI" '* eiecte.I und a ten mill tax I' und gavel, which 111''I14on\ and tailiupito' comply ,i- pun .1,1 l faithful J L. I Hniell, \ "-h.> ;
lay on top of his dVhk. lending, 'a. f't}
lev f.voted In district two 1 Kiaclousl acceptedi ,ihhabli hy a tine not exceeding:: Jfe, 1
J. W i '!Most beautiful' and 'most popular III I' I thp honors that go with 11."pap..r;
Lynn Hall intioductoi speech' was $500 in both
( Hampton Hixl.v days jail 01 '
I' the title bestowed 1 on Miss Mugiiet; P"lIrco'l ninth glade' student '< :Jooil g014hIJ'! : l I DaViS .M.ll.lMi .
D \VV .Iohn) were made i b Joe Duets of Jam .
lon ksonille
Hnrn mil > > Delinquent occupational' license
She was i hosen In a contest sponsoied by the .1 liimoi' <'lass. Miss l I IVnrlikes <'" I was toM\ Hint '
I. ,. and a ten null tax levy decm \ \ past governor! of I ihe '1'hlity. which weie due lutobei 1 I. must be dancing t'Htlnpldurt'/ .slunvs. ilislikes all bistoiv wants. to ,tie < I Dmliinsiisii.illv \ ,
I (I i
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ID n Disllict sit I ILuwteji .ninth' District I All apeakeis: were Inc id by :May' I the council s.ud an oiihesti.t, lea'lti' with licitii-lt t nt I the piano ''kind I oi'IL :Miss 1 IMdifDm : I optlnii.stli unluiiv a gent.

,'. 'ti. ': T J. Teity .F. H :Mooieani -. !''intioduced bvrCailurul i'ovvvll. of Faduie to p.lY licenses on time is 'tun. c.- itM'if i had Juit .sent tin- following ,tote| ; ,II
.IlIalll. III I.,. Si Ik:.Ittn.ili..... ...*....... .,.U.I._.* .. I
and ,, -- ".n
W I H I Moig.in as ttustees punishable a fine not exceeding! : 'I

M 1 a, ten mill .levyS twice thi. amount of the fee and NO FUNDS ill" ., iciit'ijn Jilt ksonville of tht I,
ONLY 3.2 BEER $,':tioiti'I, Air Line. )
w lustees take office as soon' : .10... t:. \\ lI'INI :.; i ost1The, liceiiM must then be CLOUDBURSTIn j I
paid In addition FOR ROAD 13 Two days. lItI! It looked( like : !
a i u.. They do not have any Legal I Immediately following dinnei the _.. -- -- we would' it'ii i'I' lilty cais ,lflannapamm ," tI I
viei uoo.srKiia( MKI: : IIAVI: NO Okeechobee "l'glnnillg)11 It I: If.
meeting dates. but meet guests vveie ticatecl to two excellent : ) 15. Honvy I
reJlll/: ;
board vocal duets by Mr and Mrs! i T. F. LANDRUMCounty's ALARM IIOWI-\EH.; SAY III In esteid.iy and( List nil!lit anl
old
Hi The was comP.SI I
IN BRADFORD 'i.uv I Hamilton .u'compamed bv'Mis CONK: HUKNDSHoostprs : : It looks I like from P1.'s'flt, imiira
;' ""f Mr. Powell. Mr. Green COSTS 3 MILLION
whoa : Ruth I Dobbins Smith. all Ht.ilf I lion HUH too.. ri lug/ the Jig Is up '
Si
an N; VVainwiight, foi the completion I, of
I a) Lists of attic station VVHUF. The next ten dajs: will h'lI\ I ih( tabs f
ippointed to fill the vacancy 1 Ko.nl 13 between Ualdwm and. Yu
i [Distinguished itors Included I if any fur thl r cii i's will movp"This
present
t.
uf rj\ Assessor Jo'Y". I-Iayt.s. I'e.'Jgnet I INTOXICANTS AKC lt\K- lie need! feel no iilaim at the oml!!. I(
Inji: Thurshy. sistei, of Fm-I .\ ui-:.\ HAS .10(11( 1: I I\CHIS: dismil: pictuie, (h" .'ver. tl.
IJH1)) THOM. ) 1 IS DliVfl'NTJiS I NEW ATTORNEY ion of this project from I the 1 11)37! : ,
-e--- ma Tic ml i aby. u famous: puma ..Iun.I or KAIM'AI.I" I IN was somewhat Ightvned: whiui I,.
budget of the State Road LIt PUlt-
na of the 70s and SOs and Mrs. 7 IICH( fitS !Mr I I'.ivl.s' talked to Haritllvhi, >
menu 'close, to CJovetnorI'red I t :
RAINS DAMAGELocal Irving .K. M01 low, of S.in Frand..o. i prisons still, "You just can' t tell If ev I .
The StiLe Cone said bete. .
yesttid.iy
Beverage Drpaitmrnt
an aichitect in her own light and' (.OAIMISSIONKHS; TO PUT : While Hiadford C'ounty has. been "i j thing: /goes "light from now on t j I.
1
last week instructed field agents" whose husband designed. the Gol-1! I I'l'NDS:' I IN F..nnW.I. hvv IIP'V piojojcts were included gieatly d imaged by the reeetit m might ship a cat by the fifletnth ,

to stop delivery of Intoxicating den Gate bi IflgeOthei : HANK: .\T. STAUKK I II this year Ijrcauau of the t-noimous heavy rains. our loss. Is. put In the (He I m.idp thl" statement' !
beets wines and ales. in the eight. I II defiut which, the board Is facinii. It
'I
III of
pipisant: vlsitois vveie MI'. shade somewhat' \ by an estltnited 1 I I I hplte (Ih.fact that %ueath<

con dry- counties of the st-Ue. one and !Mr.*: l K, B Clie of Rnckland. I T .Flank Landrum was nppoint- I'was stated Fnends of 'HIP (Iovpinoi $3,0(10000( wurlh of w Intel, vegi'- loiniitloiis\ this spring have heea .,.

COTTON CROP of which la Riuclfonl Director :Me They arrived in Starkp eailv I ed,I by the Bout, of County C'om- t leel confident that IIP will l.ibles' d'-stiovi-d. I bv 'i cloinlliuist, In the woist., to his notion ever seen '

: lohn N Allen also insttucted field In the aflPinoon on their wny home I, missionets In their monthly meetling -, keep his \piomlsp to build! this Hie ilih mm'U lanolla,'iunci, Lake. Heii.I' 'I.,

:j igcnts to wal! n iltlveis ujfainst ( I in the couithousp :I I PIPCP of mad as soon us funds II t r.. An l ,
I fiom a Hi tula I< vacation. and pon i Monday' us 1 f )ke'-hobee. even bilghter viewpoint! wntaken

I.JIW::( () vntKSTO( I : UK KAISKI I i: I) t' liverlng heve-tnges containing Ie-j learning ot the I'.otaiy meeting I county nttornpv and county pros- 1I\'UII..I" Th" I'i'ik' t topic'ul, "lot-in !puni.Iiiitid bv A. .1. Thomas. who know*

I IN IMtADFOHl thun 3.2 !pel cent ulcohol by they .It'dd.,1,| to stay over Theyweie | .'cli ting/ altotmv' to nuccei-d Floyd 'Ihe budgi t published this week.showed with had tlm dt'il/ (Hip Hit I"IIP I limy hi isi rit'ss as w1U I hi'

('Ol'NTYilil( to dry counties or delivering to delighted. with the rotclmlwiliome I Gieen following the lattei's I tesigI :-, t II total I of clevtn\ new I flll ml.lI1 1 with an avpragp/ nt font? does, his iluties I as ('l'i 11 it of the ciictut '

i \ tetailois' in wet counties they received heie, and I nation i ji-cts at a totul cost of $f .1'1'11'1'I :!: I III lies of lull i I In ..e'\'ert houis i The couit llo .said, th.it., thi-rt-. j' -

1 and rain d.imjj- Th..I'e will be. no SL-tonl I wainlng'ot I stated! th.it, th(' .' const letcd Sal, ke A application/ was lecplvpd 1 by I The I ili'p.i' .It merit a Iso piovidpd, $1.-I p-Ison t.ttm I In Ili.' uii-a i I le-coideil would not be niurli fimt on th. r

,., the planted crops,(' : fie tils shut.Shertif on-1 of I he t.iost 1 plpiiiint 1 towns the commiiMioiiprs fiom the FlotIdii "- 059.!>7S lot piving "ill tci i lytliiiepiojiits :f> "'< inches bushes light at this time iinyviavand
I \ O Andieu!
A statedWednesday
f I' | 't '. 'nty chief ami ng llu-\ hail! isitc'd, I Dank at St.like I for pppotutoivDi.signaiion alieail.v I t tilt.ItI I convliiiclion '- '1 IIP stile i ken "legion was HIP tint If hravy lainn (hut. to

',1 > "' ,ivvbenics and the I i hat lie knew nothing'of Sun" undin,; clubs I presented! hv I lie Hoard of Coun1 ; sink, n thai ra\'a iged by HIP. bin 11HIH i into i they ,,(('k..d the light tlim

"I"' .'''., I' Cfiunty Agent T ')''! the dnv i .' to Still the ,-ale of .1 I it the meeting VVPICJamcsville: 'I ty ('omml-III"I"'I'1I" und! the clerk .- --- .. _-__ <' <' of 1 IH.-S huh bl"W (HIP vv :itPio.it 1 I IN1 I O'Hllmal.,1 I ,.I dun.igp as hplntfi k ,

1\ M I. i !'in, I d, stated,! this. we-ck I|'i legal h.\'l'I.-e";: in counties ,'1"1 ksonvilK-. -. Lake Cit> I\tona I i wns dii ectu'i, to I transfer. nil funds ,'I I 1'shallow\\' Lnki- 'unsidi'i.ibly less i than I the we''

it! ll Hi ."" planted prloi to thu' cept\ w h.it he hid observed in nevIpapus \ head ,. Pil.itka. C.ictn Cove :: deposited in the F lot'Ida National ( 'otIrs(' In Mechanics<< \iin.d; / 'dinwiiod\ :J! ::Jill "" Ok"I't'h"hl"'j alit ing .ibout. six yi.us, ago wluii
|I 1 "AH I utulei'stand.' it: he
r'n-\,' ni-d and( woul I have tot !Spilnys. Titusvilliund. High I ISp'lI1K Punk of Jacksonville to the ciedit1I 1 l'ginningApl'lI: 12 und l mining tlicn I HIP I govi-i nine-lit!! I has. i I a tlm rams camp while (plints vver'

--man l "Innately the bulk -'cud. "the state is going; to make It I I of the Hoard of County Commissioners -, I thiough( June :SO: the tieneral Kx-1: I foitv, I ''fool dikP, iiniiiiiil I I HIP south of lull of rnatiiip l Hint He said Ui.K -r
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violitlon of the liw for wholesales -
i
of th, 1 .'(id( acres to he pt.mteil In'r."lf II C Wall and T Flank Lan- I when the new .deposltoiy( is i ijpioperlv tension Division of the University the l.iki, and Hit,IP vv .is no lo.ss "of many gurnet' hint alipady Mitten: .

i (Viiinty this h.id not mid truck/ diivus c to sell! anything drum. members of the fellowship, ) qualified! with the Statel I I of Flolid.i will offer a COIIISP in'I I.ic I tins week but Luther i .1'ones ot thi'li monpy li.uk out of their her'

lf r, now n je.it Bitcmgfi" thin :3: 2 beer In diy committee gicetc-d the guests. as Compliol'ei! !! I I Ii Engine: Mechanics aol! a COIIISP I in l Li-He- Chillisaid; HIP |ioppliy" / il ,iill- I""S11101 tic..t an>'tiling; they rnadi"liorn ( t"

The\ ,:ounties. they nit i lived 1 and seated them at IIhe i :Mis. Madison Hall applied for IpIlUp. | An plane Mechanics to all high I age was heavier than i in HIP totrmidlsastei I .. now on "would I be I piofitH ,
futther stated' :
uimty igcnt It was noted! In the latter part I .
H I
lluvpy. fninipt' .
tha. the of the c"lIuu' ( hon'llll'ltable. I, .-. allouiime and she was allowed sc h(Ml giadiiatis! nineteen years of Starke expiess
rmjoilty I of this week that few deal- '
Would be this week anti' quite a Mis J". F.. Wilson, was In thaigp) / $2 per month George Has-1, I I II age. at Camp Roosevelt at Ocala Only last week a 1 r> Inch rainfall agent now in ('(ui. (gt' of i 11"".j
planted eta in Ktadfotd, County were stiliUIHII"yiIlIC 'I !Plant
the grente! concentration will be : slitncr of the decorations and was assisted( :I keivllle was allowed, $2 fur (one' Time I Is sh'n, t and arrangementsmust had! caused' heavy damageCtovvets City oflicp. accompanied, AirOavls
signs adveitislng heie
'In the Biooker l II I month C S C.rflfls: was allowed 531| had Imped. that higher (He stated that If I II !
and New RiverSleaci beet be made soon Infottnation
cent (Continued On rage Eight) | I liiadfoid:" could I II I
pioduce the
C' \V New : !Iper I: month. Miss Ida Haguns ul- \pllcps 1 for their I t'nuuntllH'I'g..tll' beirios' !
near
Phillips can be1 hid by w'Iling'm.. C La- now hem ,
growers
; uoiilj
I bles would I hit Ia tin-It' losses. but clp.tn air>
River Inwance was mused to $:> per fl'e
is planting fifty acies. I. N. : SUBSTITUTE PRINTER SPECIALIST ,
; 1' Aeronautical as Plant City Is. lit
Instruct'
''aell | month Geoiglu Walker was alloAed *- i I /uius I most of their rpfl1alnillgl''P', '' wele o"plnIItf/ "
: use of New River, i is plant- : thi-tp Is nn"J J
'Inll' seventy-live acres. and C C. PRINTS ONLY CIGAR-BOX LIDS I II $250 per month and the uppli .i Coures Camp l KooseveltWHAT wiped! outdiive ..I!!.no.. fruit right now anywhere I

Melvin! of Brooker cation (1)1a. pitiper allowance by'': -- -- -
enty-five is planting sev j Once In the dim past a "comedy, :I I you:' said 1 Senior Mrs Katie Pulgett: ) was. tefusedMis I Dining the fIul: six .d.iys arounl' II

acres. of errors was played in the Bradford I II "Nor I >ou. retortel' Tampi 1.50O crates of pour quality frulr
vv K'llke". Having died,
;
W L Wall has woik well advanced 1 County Telegraph office by 'I But, aay. I believe I'm gelling onto I her name "a-as: stricken from the [r DO YOU THINK? JJ have been shipped| from Starkp ari'I1.awtey.

on the cotton gin in the I two actors. The day being; the thin! ;a. You must think I'ai pauper loll.GRACE. They biought grower oux t

snmc building! where it was formerly Fouith of July In 5t.ukethere one i>f them darned type printers. average; of $3.75 a crate or .1 gr
located and last used In 1929. was. naturally no audience | hut I :aint ; I d"n.t know nothing [ I' rt-tutn of $--502500 for the week.
A I I MOORE \\Vpkl (fueHtlon. his own car, and tax him
twpnty-five Fair.
horse power The day betoro. Jim Wills the I about typsps An't! this a print Although hard hit by rain: ..ls.>.
bjnks-Mnrsp at this same timeIOS. ,
semi-diesel engine has for leave shop '" AT RITZ I One of the. )bills that will piobab-, riant City in.inngi-d: to put out 5icars
Junior printer had, applied ;. t.. WILSON well-knoAn .
*'n installed I : ; toil)
been I
I
repalrea have .session Monday for which\
Iy come before the curt en t growers ansiid -
Fourth and It I "Of not. It ,.1 courtroom
the is
"',"le of absence" on course estate broker and ,momber of thpItotmy
on the and of "DEVILS: 'I.A : to have ,
building acme | of the legislature .is. the Drivers rpcelveil Irom twelvt Ii
the condition 'cases', all
him t the '
on see
the had been granted can you I Club) ''I am In fuvoi
gin machinery has been set up. SHOWING FOR LASTTIMK I License Law Such a law would says to sixteen cents a 1 pint Return.
Workrdl' that he get someone else to around 1 you' Senior .elucidated\ of a diiVPts llci-nsp law or soinusimil.ii ,
be completed as soon as .n..rlnlti" I TODAY | be likely to impose a small ye.irlyfee for the seasou In this purl. nt th!!
n i 1M work In his place. On the morning "And you look like a 11"gl..lallon to end this L
definitely known that there and would require iliivets to Htitp( are now nesting, the two million .
Will' | I Iw) a cotton of I the glorious day a young witness si) bamboozled by the lawyers -, Grace M'Njtes newest picture.one ipckless! jnd, drunkt-n di lying, )
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crop large enough '1 test. In driving ability, milk lyouisiani h.id twelve
I j
"puss
.l himself where
introduced till don t know
to warrant: man came and you you that is said to surpass even her and the driving of cars' by IIIPsponslblp -
4 gin Mr. Wall said It I would prohibit minors from 01'1'1'I'llIlIg -- cats out Monday .
',*") to the senior typo as a printer are at. You said you were a highly-popular, "One Night of minoisHLAHK ." 'I
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bales, of But '
500 to
return to
aPproximately automobile would providefor the situation in
="ttin to opiate the gin auccessr"ly from Tampa come to work Inlnt's printer. Pshaw1'"Yes Love." comes to the Ritz Theme: I cancellation of licenses for : .1 \(KSON: sales m'In"I"rut Bradford almost ii
I be I box.", a everyone you
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for the day. a printer- print
'M I when the boll weevil Is not / place on Sunday and Monday Its title 'PI.tain periods of time when the Mathews Dally, sal.i.: "VPS. Ii nippt has a ditterent theory. soil 4..
showed him a case lids In factories'On '
Senior then sepgar 'When. You In Love" !
PWsc-nt re and. ns
th. Is about bAle certainly do. It t would! eliminate, ,
yield
one provisions (Jf the license were your guess seem tn be as good I"* '
"atlck1 this disclosure Senor -
"luevier' .ind him u startling .
P fure.. he stated. With 1,200 of gave i usual, Wa. produced by Columbia a gipHt number of ,under.ngeddilveifl an else's.
underwent, violent hroken, and! would be an aid in > ljo.Jy Only time 'will tell ,.
the latter being a perpetiatkfl s feelings a '
Rcr"l1 and "copy Caiy C/: : nt joins the ranks of
rf ,
cotton should! I and the IIOUot inpligl- .
planted \ ;
we leckless driving checkingon ,
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slopping
ha\t e a by a loci 1 poetess, Tampa fermentation Soon their lightestingred.ent the opera! stirs s leading men for (,|Itt -j.0-:
successful. season provided stolen automobiles! and makingthe dilver.s such' a< diunks and ;;; "
It is looked. puIed,'. then went to his -nse of humor rose ,I 'his film. Tullui Carmlnatl Leo
not too neurotics It would cut down the
wet ax it is then that roads safer for ('Ofl.I
tie boll weevil is leading the poem to the top in bubbles which exploded Curlll.i, Robert Allen, and Franc-hot evetyonc number of accidents notlcpiiblyMl A recent I ISIUP of the Tel">'lIfl"aJIIt.[ > iiarabfnrb
most he
active "if mean for in a lieaity laughter""! The j I I I'forms" I I jcernedI state.il, that I. .
000rluliled. "Well: he said you Tone have prec.'ded him as recipients (' "10\ ItKOU; school., teacher Judge W Kilts of I
C'oimty me to give my opinion of this, all I this young man u..d.re I I, of Miss M'Oie's favor on the I Opposition to the law claims! and shipper told the Jacksonville. hail Purchased M 1WJ- '
said inquiringicpoiter
"Jdiu-mUy Agent McClane ,..a.Is.. send the fool-killer the steel dies that could not be "pled", I InnJ screen. This al fI "Yes If drivers' liensp acre tract on Maud Hill! Lake from
Ii -
that I
County irh( the Biadford writer address., Get on to this. the "stock. could not curl up I, 'cca-iion that (.rant has appealed 1 I nuisance. tax, that it would be expensive (' law will :'ft"om., .- of thisi'ckleas. D. Horee A :Son This should have

potato crop Is rapidIy will you: when the air was excessively: dry, In a musical pi' tu'e. lie wis, tetently ,: to operate that u man has ilrunken\ andstop read. that ludge. K'llin: had bought
ic-i.overlng from I driving
the recent cold I .
*'. w'et. :'And 0 und O. nor could type pull out when the sen In Wedding P'tlIont.IIn,1 i right to drive his own' automobile of fouracrelot on the north side of ; (. '
some c
and that the I our 'prlvile'g'dchiructeis
""' t prospect' I I know. I know ink was very stiff while. he printed uz yMiking und that there are enough t ix- fiom the luke. while the Borei-H have
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the loidsfor
successful / using
season' vveis! ex- such exciting, legends as Henry | I I"s on automiMbd"S already purchised; an additional
c' ..ngly bright. I Not why I cry. its final run tonight. Is a face ti.uk then I .uy let' i ino ecrei

| Nor why you /B"ntlp blossoms. CI/lY" "ferfectos' and "Tampa I "Ievil's I'lnyground' with Itich-: This week weBkpd "I>o you believe have two of em' at the east end! of the lake wh.rotth. 4 3
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J'oxlmaler I giow. Nuggets aril Dix Dolote-s Del! Rio! nnd C he<- the legislature should enact. W. I II \I.i.. school bus drive, ..insiAprcd .->' will make futther developments $ 1''
Sentenced II''U 1'1 t sigh! I Senior give Tampa: a dime for lei Mortis 1 I i drivers' license law' Why Asa it.,
j 1 "Yes It woul'l HMSP t'E
'"",'1"111" A roll i iI i cigir ,ind! dismissed. him with ._ stop -- ,
Eryar former HalI I Roll! bi cscciet. majority of om answers were In not fit to dtlve horn -- ?
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operating :
:',' postmaster pleaded guilty I For c-onvalpseence. of the soul!'' the w'irnm< to not do ,so any more Deputy Collector Here !'j' the affirmative. we are inclined! to automobiles" "Iol/H'I''I Day Obtterrance i f

sunv In UniteJ States. : cl.stiict "Never mind,!,' slid Senior "go to I Yet the type printer sighed/ because |: h..III"such" a law would, be fa- F. I. \\ .\\\ltlliflr.. The local, American
( A deputy collector of inUinal I'lomm..lltf'.nnt'r. Legion Post
t be out in time -
''n Jacksonville I time to wa te. the paper would not I lie-re
to chargeof! woik we hive no I voted. In Bradford! County!
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\" ind, "Irate Subscriber' at Theres-ia revenue will be here tod iy < 'Frl-l, declares/ "Ni, Theieseems at a mepting held here, Monda! '
j1"; -valetm-nt of Go v I' rnment'smotunting All tight acquiesced Tampa j aie the answets: l
''I'- room. I ould again complain over not re-1" day) to assist taxpayers In preparation I to be enough tax on c.ns, night adopted,' a resolution( urg npeoplp <1 -

$1' ''J Sift He to approximately ( 'Show me the stamping been wellsteamed 'eiving his, copy before Monday of returns under the Xucl.111 1 IIKITT: .\ I.\'.\ Ii;ii:: u fatmer living without in.puHing any moie III of the community to Hkc i
was have
I1 L VV sentenced by Judge ., hope the sticks wont crackSiy ,"' But then what can't he cuied must Security Act He will probably near Stark, replied'. "I am not I seems as though there could be greater Intel-est: In the 01.of .....,.\...,. .'
strum
ti they .
r.. is > eighteen NO be rnduied make his hPadrutter-| at the post In favor of i law th'it woulcltlLke some way to raise 1 revenUe ..11 h' Mother Day in May 111'1 I to
in ('hillct>tbe .f-Alei.il: i w-ifs: eating you are .
prls- you cracked I don't unJersUnJ. H. E. Lajer ien office away' the freedom of 1\ man to out placing more tax on uutoi Ue-v! ch'iicli' m this diy ,






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uSUNNJ daughtei Pauline! of Lake Butler spent Filday, here as -

i inutileim1 I n In//( proxporltv toi 11!,'"-i t 1.,ix. I know loin "f |p. iplf- will Kditor: TeltgiaphSlaike : ItKOOK FARM! spent Sunday here a." guests of her daughter Mr and MMr >

Florida in, i big waP'lrst \ ,-,' I'-n'" .. boots kM'king, but how I !Hi :Mr, *. O. 1':. <'rotb.v', Correiimmli'iit' sister Mi and !Mrs\ P. B Rauler- Ralph :\Ioll0\ ..

TheLetter i iatul it, "UiJnveinor m.inv. ptnplf' havt' tv ..i stoppenkicking Dear Sli I -....- 4011 I the CCC Camp statiniy
let mi" trm : Itirthtlji.VMm '
Il Box ( uti the stand! he has lakento long euough. to it.ili, ?f that 1'lcu.se allow me space in JnUt I 4 i Irhrutt'H honored Mi. and Mrs L A. Mmtz and! Penn ictuint-i1 '

tut expenses and save by this' when we drive up to a gas station" I paper to continue my views' In tegard : A S Criwby was athorm dtughter: Barbara of J icksonvlllespeni -- ----- ---
method enough revenue to meet and! say with a smile 'fill 'er up. l to the no.fen 1.1' law which Is I with u siiipriwe, biitlnlay dinner the vvifk-enJ, nere. as guest
then If Is 2llc and excellenceThete > Siiniliiv' Tho oicnxUm lit'lnK:
I that light gas pet basetl on facts ; .
of hunting I L Kit
the new demands Instead ot MM-nts! .Mt .11 Mis
Editoi T'h' laph I new wa\s" with whith to raise !Xnlion>: we pay a sales tax of in I) \is a negro living<\ out hei* 'ih,'r nixt.v-ninth. blitlKl.iv Itnnl"l'r.ltl'y nei ( D R I N K-
I He rented n..tlv"1 i-onslHtlnK of i nil- Ultim'y
like .
pet iiMit and il known as Willie Jackson
I noticed In the Ttlegraph the bv taxation Howevcisometimes I .
tomments about preservation of mone> the .wise man changis Now. lor imotht-r bumli of tiouble about one-half niie. of I 1.lnount\ ilion unil 1:1'uncle'hllili't>n writpies !Mis \\ A BtowOnSp6 ', .M 1:11'11\111:

I antl '\till cute fol... Home- planted It In chufiis. lie bought c'nt &uLit;
fiesh watet I fish They were good his rnind and Governor Cone mav | pat outr OK
but none of them went far enough later decide lo change his and I Iitally thing that the Ij'gislatute. is goinsto !' two pigs from U J: U: Shlpman A ilt-lii-li'ii" ilinne-t was m-rvtil it JuT OM PO1

ti> hit the keyhole bfllfve he would be big btcalletl on to. stttle. and, that good slotk fin six dollus. HboulKc ( the limili" liouiiixl singing: WH-- .nl on hill lh, doff>ll (nr J..ruL f-f. ATtf.VCH

Hive a t Josod season on bream enough to do) that little thing If is. and will he until passed, the "Nil 'bt nary, lJij 'When these twopigs c-njoyi'il) in the aftcinoon SA'. sicONLsTOT :

hnecklinl peich and black bass during tie saw it best to do so ft-nce law \Personally. It nieanxnothing weie; about nine months old., Those enjoyinjf the eliiy wllh Fl Kijl.t GUAItANTlrlr di..M HOIniiel KR! K.5,
to tne ellhel' way I havelong lie butcheied, them They/ tliessedabout .) :Mis. Ciosbyveie : Mr. iiiul MtV '" Flou. It MILLS
for fottyflve -
the betiding sensun Now there me lots of placeswheie FI'H.. Lie. .n.1 t Bwdbufltt.nj
found. mil that f can Is plenty I \ T Cio by, ami son. William ATTEK StUOUlSTAUKE
days O K;:. Then stop\ \ I Ihe Governoi "Cone can do some since pas- 123 pounds There a_. COa ..
sale In or out of the state of allfre..11 tiiinming as. for example. comply lute my stock, with better MUCCSS nf pi oof to this statement ifwanted Mr. iiml MIH. Floyd CioHby Itn,1I' I
have them at laige and I tluldien. :Ml'. and Mis L,. A. Clou- COC
than lun ; .\
-COL.I )
fish for all seasons .vUOTTLING
watet with Koy I>. Stubbs retjueht) as I' .\IIH'lIt.L'-Ilmn.: ( !>iTOltt;
mid Mis. OIi
If :Mr
fenced I and thililit-n." :
I faim so cun
Then we can soon enjoy a day on %vas published as of :M.,ir<'h IN from keep my This l goes to show that uny..newho by
i the othei fellows want theii' stock :. Crosby nil.I children.: Mm Brltt I CO.
I the lake H Al\crs. enough of these little wants to can' mine all the I I tiirlvf, lli.ridi
nt it sulls me Hut 1\IV/lI"7.lIn,1 childien of 1'111.1.1'\1.
Also see that the use of jteins, "nils and sivlngs! will go a long I limning latgr meat they need, to take cine! of a i
111'and
dynamite and shooting Is property way toward talsing the extra' .revnue 'vlut I can t digest 11'1. why so imulitvitplng family of six:< eveiv >'iar cm one :Mi' and Mis. :\Ial''ull Conner H, BKelly. "HE SAYS HE'S PLAYING TAXPAYER"
anil ,
that the state must piovidu walling and bemoaning ,icie of land\. I doubt If thete is afaim J. R Kelly: biiby

punished!. Hut that will not be tuffiilent well Hit' flee, range, when live stock tin In the state that has 11 fence : Mis. lU-ulah Kelly.; Mis. OM ___ "'I

Yours very truly, then the nt'xt und sane thing! to doa the highways does, not cause mine that will come up to the specificatitms : Ifennett ; Mr urn I Mis C1 C 1
n.Ioh'.man. I atcidenl out of fifty 1''l'Ifllln1l'r I Ciosby weie aftN noun giie-hlit ,.
:'him one but
put on a Sales Tax of two nihiee of the law. ; I I ..111'IIfl..llolln
Tallahassee, Fla. mountains! oul..f t tniole Horn ,, The guests tli-piiitetl Lite in
per ttnt. Use enough' of 111 In. :Some HII making haH feme t nough: I in c I trnte one .
hills. ion leally Isvhats 'k which nltti nn enjo.vable' il.iy
'Sales Tax int OIIHJ mldetl. lo Oovc't- TI.iquest to foitv at'tea foi his slot
Hdttor: TelegraphMm I .lor Cone's savings to equal the \ the cause of so many acci- 'I will give him all tin meat lie needs' All wlHheil! Mis. Ciosby many molehappy

lit'.i'" 1'I"alldal l H.'"II'".\ new amount of levc-nue that I ili'iils. and) then t Ihe p..oblt.rn. is the ,, and much to ..l'l\\ \'oil will heat :, blrthdaYH.
r 'venllon of same. I am bold tosiy thousands" \\' me l<> report that .J.JJo I Ii
will vievvsin I pt( -.onto snv lh.it thru ate e ftoiiy
Bt'Iuw I give .MIU my hI' provided!. Then I take the JIlWII\
\ that at li-ast one-half of the of aC'I'eH' of land in Mot id.t that Ismly I i ;. NOI'man confined lo his home
of this Sales Tax
vti\.' Iolld tii'l ondt-nsed wny 'ime
i ifikltntH we havo today Is caused fit to jsia/e on, Well if this with |',unionia He has. been ill
Ahlih 1 is 1 aftei nil the faluHttii ,
.i tn. hi,u t I" i UK out. financial by mixing whiskey with gis. Ntime I"I Jut Hit IIP Itlotk. tiwiit-i 'Im seve-i.il.. wieks. \\ e, all wlHh
>\thod of Taxation pool' it In one I
_t>-________ -- ..... on.iiion lund and then gIIhl" I c'"in deny this Thin why nut can 1I1'1'lIng.. 10 t.tt t nough of this him ,i spi-t'dv ii'cuveiv I

uk In ihf' sevt-ial counties. in .i/iss sonulaws. with sutfitltnt' : ''and lot' iin. little held! tn glaze on MIH: Raifiiiil Hiuwn of Plant

u.'lh in tin" in that will l'umpll'l'ly Pin laige, : stock oum-t run atiungeo City spent Satutday night with J I
I T pur' tin!11 to the ,'ounll '" Una'I Iml
-i')1'aiitt" the two Nituiully some : 1,1-1 all he lu-i'ilH lot' Ins! lugeheid it-latlve lieu She was uccompanieil -
"IDI sihinl\ (Mim led Indebtednessin .
". .. l,.. usi.11 nnlv:' in paving on '.ill say .It t :in t be done. It can bf lo gra/.e nn I hciine by ht-t Kistet', :Miss Netn" ,

i'limliolil I li.'ljtM. no r.i'w tlll'II'I'I lone if >ou will fust allow no one I see by the !newspapfi! that Kelly:" who will *'.pend, n while with I II

('u..1 ....,,_lel- when" vou ,:"> I this. von will to dtive a tar, \1'111'bu.\ .. 01' whatnot I om-half of the- Itml' in Mtuid.i is he-i.

............ .., I... I dlv .u hovi Hi .il Instate: rspedlally until he 01' she flist secures I on the id,'Imquent tax list\. This isam I ;Mianil :MIH. Joe Norman and I .j
_..."". n..I.. elimination a drivei .
Ilnmesteiids" of all\ ,taxation thiough nn .i her" ten son we should have the baby of Meilbtonn Spiings tint Mrtint1

p",\"IIn II:If,;....HI.. then talk about mantis fur Moitla permit this \petrnit 01 badge at all no-tence law then these stock I Mia Kinie iNonnan antl chililien -

< homes we will leally have thai. times to be displayctl with ,tliivci nwneis can buy up this tux land at : Mi'. Robert. Not' man of Lake I

little thini; in a big safe. sane, and :.11 me and if necessity their plcluieni about thnty cents per acre. They I U'aies w-oie the guests of theii pa'

,uetmanent wav To the extent that evtn finger! ptints on same. '.vill fane! leady sale foi enough of I tentH Mr. and Ml's.f K;. NoinianMis .

1 HAROLD C.WALLmtfim Mir populatIOn will soon double next with this. have this law with (hen .stni'k to buy \theii fence and O K. Cuisbv and childienweie ,

iiiMiness. of all kinds will hum the necessary Constitutional \t"'lh' enough stock It-It lo Incie-ase, so I the guests of lier parents, Mintl '.

;t INIVRAMH ffffefSTARKI'.HA.- This ..Id! piospeiity that's just been in It that the peat oltiri-is will last they will have a job lo find : Mis .1.I L,. Johns of New "'....

11M 'Ion ml the coiner ful" severalveais I i.ive' to watth for and airesl' anynne .sale foi It et .Saturday utteinoon HIV'I --

will come out liom "mound. driving while drinking 01 in- I notice wheie one senator says I :Miss Dot'la Dyul spent the -. .

lie (.otnei. and be binsting' nil toxic:< ited and then the fine to be he doesn't. believe in ci'a turning the I end as guest of Mias Clnuthe Bellt- .....1

M ,)Vfl US. I 'lot less than all couit cost" in the no-fence law down the throats of I'Brown of Hampton 1 /. '" IIf

Just/ a few mole wottN. abuul this! mal II" anti an absolute jul senUiicf the people at thi lao time. Well If he I,' Mr. ami Mis. J. R Kelley and '

--- at hard labot,'. at from .sixty will! put it down Ihf it. thioats! light 'I baby anti Kate Blown anil II B

1 li\s: ; lo one >"tai. log( thpl' with a now they will never get through. Kelly weie visiting telatlves anti

FUNERAL DIRECTOR "met/ 'llation of. their driver's permit thanking him fot, dmng so in less', lends. in Lake Builei Sunday af-
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with absolutely no chante of lhan two years I ,leriioonMl .
!\I) :Minv leiirs K\MTIMK': | | e MaUfs It I'osslhln for :Mn to KentlerKl gttting It rent-wed foi a 'petlml of A S .Stiirkland ; .. and :MIHV. T Ciihy unit

: 'I U IK.NT, I'KOMI'T: anil C'OI.ItTfJUt'i'Elt'IC'E: one joinNnvv '. I -. .. ---. son William were. visiting Mr amiMis !
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I MOI>KK\1K l'IU'rs: you ft-lliiws who have Ihttun.ath RISING : F. :M Not' man Jr. in V'amler

HeWITT C. JONCSMarki bill !" -. lion Sunday nfteinonnMrs .
athe about aitnlents! onh vlls-. Kiln; :i Ve.vvis, I'tirresnoiideiKKltler
/ >, Florid.. .' hl hwavs think this. iAtt" and U :M McRne und ;Mis F

I 11> if you ilon.t think I urn light : and :Mts W. E Hall\ and ,; I-Vnilt, weie the guests of :Mrs L
I Ir.
,I I' ;v. ni do .then I hope >ou will got Mis. Kddie: Taxl 101 i all of UietnCt I, A. Ciooby I-'i'lel.iy afteinoon

oiu oigani/ations togelhei and' ( "yp Spiings and Misses "Kdna. andVera Quite a t-towd! i of ;voung peopleen I

i II! up a fight that if il could bei Loe Lew, all spent last week I I ..o\e-d; the party given by :Miss

For Expert RepairingSmith's :ii'led into a pioper law would. in Titton and Chilli, Oa. xlsitmg I I Lucile Thomas il 1 her home heie

11 lun itself eleininate lit least fifv il'll'nI4.! : one night list ueckKHOOKER.

|wi cent of the accident tin the :Mi'. and Mis" \\iltnn Conner I --- -, -- ---

ixhways maklngit! it safe foi oui- made a business trip to CiaitiesvilleKt 'I

< l'.es ami famUI"sVe could then ( Itlay. .
\ Misstni imtv, I in'leHiontltii.'Ihe '
Garage tulize sume pleasuie out ol takng H H Lewis. II M. CI'oHhAnll
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out families for an outing In- :Miss :Melva Ciosby visiting; l.h..11I (i rlr"....

:i-atl til having our neiveon edge ,n New liivet ThuisdayJessie ) Death Angel enteieil, the

Phone 120 ." r.y any minute some dtunki lonilmin and Ovtd Thorn home of Mi and :Mis Kov Ui'lines

;III i: e ther bust us In the front int is were visiting in Lake HutleiSuntla Monlav'. Aptil r; and took Mom

VVtecker Service Day or Night sitle ir in the reai' Lets think ;; yaftttnoonMi Ihe!' mitUt tV'i't. loving .son In Lie I

then Uu something Ii : and Mis W K Connei and Lini, ::11 (Ctl.: I ..e. 'J"1l'1 "5 il\:: W.'S "n

., An Observer hildirn of SIll I ke0\ "I'e dinneti Ivne ve.ir n net ,sov..n days oli) nt

-- the lint, ,.r his tlenth Hi. will bemtsM

iiv' his family bin there u I

still hop. .if ineetmsr him in a \bet '

1, t,,, VVO,, Id'l.t t' CtlllitInnt .

.i ..1 I seivltes. weie hi-l'l athi

lieilui: ('l'111I'l.llondn i ; : afti -

It, WHAT WHERE i .u.,' uh thP.ev. Colonel C"I II'
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Ii i.e.-i: to rnouiii hlf p tssinxu .

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HOI II.IM. 4 OXir\MK: :> II \Kt.U: \KK-I; I KM:: 11 UKt : ItKM.: l.slIK:: : :-ttU.: : : ami Mis,.. Rus.seil Gicen entettalnetl .
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\\ i-ni"i"v u lull line otH1I1M ''l\lrll. R II Oieen. The following
REALESTATE I" OK x\.K| : at On* Oollir IVr
I : l.\: antl I'l..\M-.f: : .11:. I of her chihlren wete p'p"'nt., Mr,
t 1 hotiHaiiil. < .\. n..LII.o..uII".on: |
inil, and ;Mt.s R H Gree'n Lee Greenot
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@c4"M 11.\ Tallahassee;' and Mis (FteiJGieen '

of Jacksonville, Mr and
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Bradford Hdw. Co. IPOU. WANT TO
I \yO-; :Mm Amleison of Jacksonville,
.. ..... JUTY.:VU. OR RENT Mis. DuboUe.. of \VOI Mis.
thington.
The 'in-e Th'il 1.11'.11.: .,. IV ('.\Ul.lx.K: OVMI.-I
SEE US- Amy Fall cloth. of Jicksonville,
/.KM 111tooimu \UI0S OFFza "0. I OtTER "0. .
I II.ts ;Mis! Cessie lirannen of Jjckson- All .....
Po..r
r\i : I WILSONREALTY. ( 'ii TiitKH: AND BvrKASY ville and Mr. ami, Mis Mallie Surrency 1'111. ......p..r. I T,. F.. ani.. I. "............'. I Y., 1'0'All OQI,

... DenmarkFurniture TI'IUt-: : fAPIU'I':_ of Biooker and a laige number 6 Ir.M..ot."" G..p.. B }$2.10 3 Jr.M..I.. Gr...... A }$2.40

r Light's Shell Station CO. TY.RISStern's : of gtantlchildten. and other
Co. f'I..nds.i
Garage orrm HO. aTil OffM NO. .
Mm Green teceived a large number
-KI\IN: C J n.r... ICmi'lvlnjt' New :Spring; Mcwipap.tr, 1 Y". A1 F.ur Tkl. Nowipap.r, 1 Tr. All s..
of gifts from her, children and
.. RKTXIL.: HTOKKS ..lM>l I ror Oalr ..ailaM F.. 0."
.to'I. Kvt-r.v: not). Hf Hure lose grandchildren. Fverjone I'l'ported 2Maaa fI \ > 2M. ..... A. }

:Sand.li..In** .\ 4 ulil Hrlnl.s .. i nice tlmo Ma)a i In* n I $2.25 ........ $2 50
>> It Kt-forp toil Ru>. SKKICK: .T.1'IO NSi.vir. Iran O*_ D / 3M. ..... B
for Vuprrlor KntultxI'nr
lilt ,iiml OilDVIItlKS I (' The Biooker, P.
\ imiler KtonoinvVor T A held its
NJEIAPAP4K >Nt (t iR AND MS'' iMf Hi : tHINtAiurixm /
lncriatSatlifattlon| : fla. :SKKA': 1C K: Oili regular meeting Monday oftp..non.Only .

a few were present The %or ..___ 11.0' ........ M......... .....d_. I
b : Slt'\\lIrl.n'lIr..r R..frll.ru...... % IKOIM; .\-C.KOLIKKKTIIJKKS \ \ A. W. Anderson's membeis should Af .rt im Fralt Or......_ I.TI Motto* riciuto _. '" ._ IA..rI.
$13tt! ; Ip.-KSTKKMS.: : : I' remember! to come ....* Maqasia* .. 111 Off* Baad lor. Boy> t T".
to P T A. even though school N ...... H.. _. GtootI.l.a. OppanuBllv Ma.niM '."

j If You Are Using ; F1> K: I-I'UMri.KKI.OU ; A. M. DARBY Service Station And! don't torget the qUilt! I IIOUl. Cappui........ tCblld Gawne_ i ITS u .fm.nthNxlor*.>t' Mavirala Iw.oklr*') I.

1-liU: to-;: K\"l 1KKMH We are still\ trying to sell chances til* ___ *..T..l.ol Culltir* I '
PHONK: I.: AI'lroitnuo 111W 1
I and Chrl.CaUlvr'l. ......14 Fholoplarrictoftol __ I'
MILK WHY NOT --- ----- as soon os a reasonable sum W..klrCounur 159 .. ........ 200
lof money is laised the quilt will be Ram, 1 yn.. I.Tl Popular' M ebanta. .. ._ I':
USE Hart Furniture Co. DoII_...... __. IM Popular Selooco Monthly.' IIDid.
THE BEST? A 4.00I* n.\(.K TOMKKT TlriM.. Tulif" .\1I : given away ......... lauraal.Farai 1.TS 3 lladla ...... (iveholaal. )._ u;
faaraat. 2 TFUld ****- I.10 Hodbaok Maqaimo I'
; : : nu.1t KKIKMl: *. 13-28 Service Station R W. Mills of Jacksonville and 8lr.am ___ an R..low al Morlo"* 2 Ii
PETERSON I IIPl.nlI
GO
Flaw.r Grower .. 141 8ero.nlaa4ij 2
I :O-I K\Nt.t: The SPOTLIGHT tlTIKx: !XKIUIC: .KliUt : I Sunday heie us guest. of Mis.! Ca Him* Arlr. R> dlcratt .-, 1.10 Srooa Plar g:
SELLS THE BEST I Ingram H u and Gardwa 141 B Sll I r Sct..a. _
( Olltlor. Irey / Hauaohald Mci ,V H VKTMXV I'riip. I B F. H.I.n. Repies.?ntaltlveelect libanr w*.kir t 50 rarnlna 17LII.
MILK POSSIBLE Johns & Wainwright : I"l IKl'NK, OvsiirrI to ihe Florid Leglslatuie .,"..,. Dlq..1 4.10 u True Story. MaqailooQ 215
-- I McCain Ma aila* 100 Womax World 190
TO PRODUCE < tu.; : .\MKlhri 1'1.\1'''' \ fiom t.iis: tlistiict left Sunday
IN-I: K\NC K .\(..KMl \<'\ I 11'01' Tallahassee
N \' \ : OK onu ttu... THIS OFFER
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( '0> F. IM.XNfr: an.l l'tIt1'II.I.:
Phone 175 Old Ki,,llulili\ ,* ( unipaiiieo : .-hil h'pn motoied. to Stuke S'atur-I
/tI:I. DIslUIIII loKS, l'IO\\x."
.. You Can Find I IMr
I iMiiV. \ ire.slot k tiuil' I'nultrv. 1:..".....".... ('".It... HIU! < n,>_.\'tWhite's I and l Mrs. H W Lrarncn andguests I
Dl-.l li.il.lsri.l".l I'l.l ;MltlM: -------.---- -- -- for which please tend m I
Store of Mr. un'1 Ir's.Vlllon I th tinei withyear's .
m What You Want Ci nnciKIder. I

\\ .; \It: 'tT: I'"H (.1\! t: \oi'u I'U'\IIU'C: ; an I Mrs W E Hall and aubicription to your newspaper I
\\K: II\\F .II ST ItK: Mint: \ II
: : KIIMKIN .\ 'IIIOKOI: 1,11 1101 >h: :Mrs Kd lie Taylor spent Sunday) !
ntt.1f!( : STtM K Or-1 KOKII-HOOK Nime
< I.KXMMt: : : In This Corner lit'!'h I with Mt and Mis. H, Ii' _
r.riiisMitchell's: : II'IV, I
: lasttn.: : 1.I n"'lhl.! ,

J. L. Simmons I'rlirw.l tit*. Lewis Street or R. F. D.. -- .
Drug Store \\enreHorrytorepevitK. .I. Normm -

I Plumber U very 111 at his home His I
Suwannee Store READ THE ADS Town and stateP.OE
'Pith" """ "c..hl.! :ervlte many\ filends. vvUh him a HIpedyrl'coy..l' J

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,(11-1 ME TWO STAHKE 1.(11(11)I1t1 \TKI1. a. 1931! a :JI'MUtER'r\I1\TY-I' IGHr
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I olTom.\J. STAFF JUNIORS, SOPHOMORES AND FACULTY Minstrel Show Seniors AwardedGolden GRADUATION CLASS'S PROPHECY : ,


;.. ;-ORINCH1EFliINIA:"FUGATR: RECEIVE BEQUEATHS FROM SENIORS I Given In ChapelThe Bradford BI\I I MAKES FUTURE OUTLOOK BRIGHT I a


-KRARY EDITOR \VV. the members of the class of make excuseto Margaret Davidson I Looking into l'!>Mi au' an-' going. iiilllmnnire druggi t of :NVw: York
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"rectilui u.ukiy assembly, of Tin I inlluwmg/ students, membeisit ,
HLK HEMINGWAY 1937! of Hiadloid High :School; beng to.. let you vimiali/r, t.'nIHSS. of .Ino! Sun Francisco "n the staff
M v the high school teas held Thursday ( theSinioi: < lass of li'37' ,
seniors of unlimited I capabilityand I I. :Maigle MrMilhtn." : do give und \.1..1 1JI37At! are :Miss M.irle: Hinson as '...,.,.dnurse
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morning The ( I i-raentary grades awarded the gulden) Hiadford
- ,-. 'tETY EDITORF memory realizing thHt our willingly bequeath my ability toi lie. t of the MIHS Alberta Hinson ..nl I
presented a vetgrad: program [ as .1 symbol of aupe-nor\ Sponholtpresident 1 E
KILLlNGSWOrVTHXCHANGE high school
days sic decreasing i hew to Lillian :Mils 1-oifl :Moore assistantsVe ,
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gum; Moseley
F in number The program/ WM. opened by all ; or distinguished service to the class of 1!>:37. Is now president" of

every twenty-four hoursand I, Winrreu do and 1 the of Florida/ \ > now to011 Senator'
EDITOR desuing to leave few Miizen/ /give standing and repeating the Lords I I school at a call axsernbly Monday' t'niversity present ;
a
MARGIE MCMILLAN to our ftllow students temembiances and- willingly bequeath my wavy hair j Prayer after which the flag salute !, after'mton.' This 'm the highest hem01 Aitford I Blown vice.president of \\'. M lla/rn. a icpresentatlvt? for

I ,,10 Dan Har.cn. i' the senior class of 1M7.! : is coach Florida. you will remember him as
f The which be nihieve'd Brmlfoiel '
,.ECIAL REPORTER teucheis of 13. II. S do make (his was icpcatiil programthe can in ,
I. Iietu Saxon do and willingly : at Bradford High. School aivi u graduate of H H S In 10:17.I" : .
give
LOIS JUDDIUrIR'N ,, our l last Will and Testament. : elementary pie-ented was a + High I School: I I

To the incoming Sophomore / bequeath my ability to be minstrel The leader was Rebecca I Grace: V. Arwcxid Cora Patsy lather of t two bouncing baby hays reading; any of the most popular e I

1 nlow to Alice Edwards.I Simpson the rod, men Claude the mother was n former sophomore magazines you will find an ar
Class we give and willingly bequeath Edmonilson, Katie Hobmson Fur
MKSSKiK: Eul.t Mae Dyal. do give and Johns and Len.Harifll.: !. The I while I he* was a seriioi t ticleby MISH: Louieo Howard/ III t
our round minds and our | 10 gate: Virginia' : 1i .;,. are starting the lustwhool. ability to concentratevoiy htnmg- willingly bequeath my wavy hair to farmers were Pro I Cunova, Joe (red M I Ha/.en. Anne :Mattile Hem !,I Ethel Taylor, \\ ho was sectelaryof famous beautician This was! tindesiii -

Gladys Itahme :M'Miteith Tillymith.. and ,lames the senior .'1"11..1. ll'17.! : is now. > of Miss' HowHtd, when a Henun -
two ly Ovid Ches-
Only more on history IV when they becomeseniois. ingway./ George Lewis
I n-gular lessons then the 1 I. Ethel Taylor, do. gland willingly : :Mcliae. I lei Moody, AI'he Kenneth. Sponholti : I secretary to Albert Lee Crosby of H II. S in li'17II : .,

( bequeath my oppoitumty' togo also a member of. the class. who is II S. is very\ petard of tw
weeks will be taken III The the Juniors The first numb was a song by ,, Ethel 'rtuylor1'he .. '
we do give( and' 1( 1 lo Knoxville. Tenn. next year to now famous Slates Attorney, of Us lt7! ; i m.inlu.it.i-H., Miss :\1'ittll. t
., examinations.l the entire > : The farmers
and .r.'u
willingly! bequeath' our seats. in the the> Gregg Convention to Pauline following students received\ I \'iI'Ktnh'al''I', the famous .< llemlngwiiy und Miss Orn.ArwiMxl .'
then The
"Swte: Hoilc-nce"
.it t forth every bit of ouri auditorium nt assembly, also our sang honorable mention : ', honors
l li'islct. I toothpaste Il,1
i woik and strive to | dignity/ and senior privileges I. S. G. Denmark, do /give and. next dance number by Ono was D'-a morest song.. and anti a Emma tap Virginia (" Alvarez. Lois Judd. I her beautiful smile, all the* woilil!, as tennm ctmmpiims of I thf r

most of this last month. To our greatly admired faculty willingly bequeath the rating "f'' Jane McKae. Alta Klorifd! lillllnswlIl'lh.Ivr/ : over, Win'Id. This shows that Uiadfoi'1is .
1 tieaslej Billy
to learn its much as we our grf.itfiilni'Ss, and sine le ; : raP Olean Kllhn 1Iwnrlh. :MaiK'e.luinit S
appreciation he"t looking; boy in the Senior cla.-s then Horn! On The Hanjje. Chester :Meieuly who was tnasurer ." .rnHII'lIt t in every fieldSI.uUo

.'lop ourselves as much for their consideration, to Bernard Hosier i I The sang ludcd with I.1' : .i :Mi Ml lll.in. Huswell H :Nciegol : eif. the senior class of. 1la!>: anti :; was lit.nuietl Wednesday
was i one
I II I 1 their good and I helpful advice I I. 1-tent iceloteeley: ilo give and the entile program!: jiiotip: -inging "Alesan- Fthel: Vivian Packhum. HeisaMae he-ad i of i the traffic committee ofBradfntel with a visit from tin relebttt"i: '

I stove to build our I Ethel t'ackham. do\ give and I I Se chief! McMillan: :She;
I 1 1.so willingly bequeath, toy opportunityto tI"I'S Han Time Land: Howe Oletn' :.imith.= /Hilda \\'ySenis High html I.M now rom.dlrut1.trgid

mate and p.ll't Iclllal'ly willingly: bequeath my ability to went' a diamond ling to Frances The venjoyed. l tck of police in Jacksonville, Florida has gone far In the field' of acting
program! very
lie kind courteous and. play basketball. in a big way 10i Tec'k. much and the hub.' '1 -t haul wishesto _- :-:1',1o:1't'/: vein Mi: and :.Mrs and H. II S. la very proud to know

I i "others. By doing this wet i Dot Uishop.i ,, -Dignity /Edward Bagwell noted for. their she* graduated theta.I ;
I, Grace Aiwood, do give and express 's .lr'I""I.I'n" l to the Lose
Help others but ourselves i I. Patsy Edmondson, do give and tlemcntar ':famous light I : to MlarsIrs Bag I know you have l e'c-oKiiiyi'd this

I willingly bequeath my studious willingly bequeath my ability to ;: grader.. On Kid Day and Picnic well, was Hit fill nll'I' Teresa Jones. voiing l.idy: H l III n-mc other that ;, A
keep quiet' to Janie :Mne Cjnatles --- 11 4
....-- -- I I ways to Jewel Gassett. .a griiiluate, \ from. Brailfonl 1 High In :Miss .1'anil's Mitten, the former r
rr.i.iK\K! : ir OK :.sorMarpH I I, Virginia Fugate Uo> give and' Mr. Benson ToContinue senior at It HS. I it
i j i I I. Louree Howard do give and High School. chapel was held lastThursday 11137! 11"111.Ios'Il'y. a 1111
:McMillan: came to school willingly bequeath my duty as Edi ( 1'1:17.' : Heutilceresides" in f' ;
willingly bequeath my pretty per- Teaching. mOlningIIn" the main | Missladrlate: Crosby is nowsecretaiy ill
tur-in-chief of the U. H. S. Journal' I' '
i gum today i manent to Kvely Crosby. attraction was the 'Kid Day' contest 1''lvu I l' lei. the PiofcNHti1'icif Ociilu. We understand. she man'led

tginla would smile lit no boy I, Lois Judd do give and. willIngly \ to anyone who would. have it. Mr .1. H E>tns.. .n will start his All the senior. "Kids" pot up Bnitlftutl High Scholl avid us Nium ax she !giiitltiatetlTune ,r// ft.
I, lienc Davis do and willingly "
give
r /gal; .one. day last month bequeath to Edith Hollmgs- calm' to third summer of '. aching school inGainesville on the stage.; und showed "off" to ,| Lewis Then ale rumors of n *- in on your radio! most I any '1

trances had a date once that worth Doc Wainwright that is, if !'IluhnAndlews.bequeath my. way I I Jnnt !,'>. which runs! the audience' who cheered, each I we-diling! ; in the neart'utn"r night at nine. o'clock. and hear the> 'f"

.hl i was not interested (In. she will treat him as good as I have 1 for eleven weeks !Mr Benson. is contestant as much as he deserved.Hilly :Mr und Mrs Jack tYntir'i' hill. are golden vine.of Leola N it, train.' You 1 n. r

R,. i'I Jackson didn't try to I Iin the past I. Billy Powell, do give and will specialising. in tra.ning commercial I now residing in I'hil.idelphiu" whereMr will also he able to see the* beauty

'K a joke for a whole day.-- I I. Willis Smith do give and will I ingly bequeath my surplus flesh j I teachers this summer the hays I 1'0wI'1IHln and GrllAr..oo.1 first place won for Underhill, is a mechanical; engineei H ii-piirtcil that Miss Norman f tiS tiSIt !\

I ingly bequeath my ability to skip to Billy Long. He will teach E'.e ginning mod Mrs. t'julrihiM. wus furor t lee'C-ntly Higned a movie lontrui t .
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: first dace for the
/* mln i use her eyebrow pen'nsn I, Calhe Helling do give and ,, girlsThe is dietician let
school to Philip :Manassa. Advanced Shortl.nu! i. Beginning I 'I e-ily Miss I Heloils BloodswoithBoth I l.cilha Kelly now a 1 ,.

j I I. Alberta Hinson, do give and willingly bequeath my A's in History I and Advance j Tyi ng anti :Methodsof seniors sPill, on the stage / well. graduates of 1I.17Mms : the .Kiimous John Hopkins hospitalIn

'is said to have spent willingly bequeath my blushing IV to Irene Prescott. I Teaching; Being. "::0;. honl Da>s" and their I, Iiene Piivls has been prominent itnltbnni.Miss: \Kelly. hits muilu if'

e;,, milete class period without ways to Robert Jackson. I. Alte i Sponholtz, du give and __ __n_ senior lass song in Ih1'1t'1<1 of Liteiatuiesince 'quill' a name fin herself. Itt this .

':.Tilinglacking' a Jok !. I, Ovid Lewis do give and will- willingly bequeath my big mouthto \\1\: IN: Slit.\I)1\F: About ten o'elm'k all the seniors her depiirture item tlear old,.. win,'k. ''I I \

1 19\ the last month of, school. ingly bequeath. my position. as, Carol \\'hlle.I The attendance' prize tor the got in cats .and. went out to the Biadtoid in I 111.17: Slit has \\ lit.I Loll Judd win Is pllvutt' I<..c...- "j tFy

Leer AMI:-. FOr.MI: i chau man of the office to Ancil Jack Underhill do give and i i'month of March eves presented! in lake here, a tiousute hunt wasenjo.vetl I ten many dramas and play"Vt' tilt of the pie-sldi-nt There aininiiirs J j '

I, A grand time by all jun- ': Futch. I'oc willingly. bequeath my led hair to assembly .Friday 1t..1 nooft. The by all Arthur :Swanbom; be-lteve. she will be a modern Shake- ; trat Miss Jmhl' is, engaged //0., W;!;
Wamwright. I
in'l' seniois at the party )<'1'1- I, Albert Lee Crosby do give and prize which was won by Mrs found the tre-asiiie which ccmsi-t- spew' reMiss to a faniiiiiH milliiiniiiie, j 1 fe

night willingly bequeath my height to I, Tciessa. Jones do give and willingly Hayes seventh gi.iie home ..""m. L-d of fifty pennies : Knln: Mine I'y.'il Is now PHHiilent "Buy one> of the famous !HoweCookiis .

i> ( ,Forest bequeath my sniggling- toGeraldine ,, of. a famous gills' si'himl in ." These cookem were.
i t By the seniors Thursday Crosby and my big baby was a beautiful pn ture Everyone had a grand time prl'f.f.

blue eyes to Paul Faulkner. Johnson. -- a most prominent section" .of. New serried by none other. than Rosa '.

!L i\By if most being all"kids"seniors ugmn.jHt their. I, Floried) Killmgswoith. do give I, :Marie Hmson, do give and willingly i SENIOR CLASS HIST ORY PRESENTEDRTY I York Miss' Hyal has In her fuo- M.ie> Howe, a (minis demonstrator ..

bequeath my sarcastic ways ulty Mi.ss piitsy, Kdiiionilson Bothweie
bass:
cooker has
and willingly bequeath my surplus Thin won
abut Friday night. Well we to I AT BACKWARD PA] FRIDAY NIGHTney
': weight and height to Miriam Dorothy Sapp graduates of Krailford lII'Rh.' Howe many honors
can lame them. I I. :Myrtlee Killmgswoith. do give 'I S G Pcnniurk N now u ,dlstingiilslied .
Found By five high school girls; : 1""Guy. and willingly bequeath my solemn A group f twenty-four ) I I'ulk. Rosa Mae Howe. Ireta 'I I.txnn. hnchelor and is also sales In Ilils ye-ar's pieHe-ntatlon. / eif the

tour i keep" their school girl fig. Virginia Alvarez do give and and quiet nature to Edna Pcarce ; sters a little excit ii! and \' ''o'm"1 I Ethel' Taylor: and HildaWyrick I I munnger for the Fuller" Biush, Com- Met"olauliIan| Opera you will tecugsize / -
willingly bequeath my blonde hair I class.. of :MIHS inns I'losi-ott, as one of
ure by riding bicycles to King Arthur Swanbom, do give and pectant. entered ;to< ninth grade i into thfO"l.hom"I'' '
I Icy Lake and back. Oh'! what to Evalee Reddish toby class room one i'0l' September" I 1034! I puny the slum AM secretary and uilvls-. ,.
I, Katie Fngute, do und I willingly bequeath some money i, And now I have* the honor' and' !MIHH ih'esrull. .
these young': girls! won't do to give u new Model T Ford. moling in 1M2:: Happy at having The class was divided into two or to her employiMiss ,!

Xwp looking! their best willingly bequeath. my winning I, Edward, Bagwell! do give and ,,, reached. a .locgC'eted position, path' at the beginning: of that privilege to present to you :MrWilliam. Ireta Saxon. f j!
to Davidson.I Clarenilmi. Powell\ who is I the fummmineidel
ways Margaret I'these freshmen!! bittern at once to year and, bus remained separatedsince MISH Mane Tison.

RitMiit.\ri7v (IF Artford Brown do give and) act willingly to Nil bequeath my. ability to ; make use ofhen pnvilegex They that time But h'lnggood now Goveinoi: of Florida. Mr !, now make nil of the

M.ISKKT LEE CKOSHV willingly bequeath my popularitywith Debt am Wynn.I do established Etiquette) Club, served co-woikeis. the classes' have pulled Powe-II is making I a I lour of the iriiiHt miMlern ..In'S''I'M.Ilss! Tison I
Bloodsworth
One bright autumn morning a the girls to Hilly Long und I given :I on the :M.i"! I. re and :MoralsCommitte ,I together/ at I all times, consultingand I United Stales Accompanying him also writes monthly alvll'In /popular '. '

'*I\' life was brought into the my laziness to N. T. Ritrh.I IK willingly bequeath my ability i tin,.' talk. ; part In all standing by inch/ other true lire Willis Smith and, Katie( "l'iiguteus magazines cm how to dress.
to net hair to :Mildred Sapp.
nrlo of beautiful surroundings. Randolph Quarles do give and :10thl'IS. to their standard of good fellow his Lieutenant Governor and You will temenibe-r her us "Skeet"If "
I Leola. and
ilo
Norman
This' 'lay was September 19, 1919'hi willingly bequeath ability to give I I Se-cretury. All weie' graduates: of I you were. i lo visa HriidfonlIligli
my .
willingly bequeath beautiful With surpri.1-.:-ig 1: figeiness. th..ytook
my I ship.As lliiulfonl In 1(1.37( 11'
High' would
> "iifi was Albert Lee Crosnn I H.'h.lnt this time you
basketball to James Norman.
play voice to ('1111 Ice Gill to add to hers.I hold of their ditties chattering juniors the, class welcomedRandolph !
) ,, i :Madison, Florida. Polk do and willingly ; The wife of u famous: commanding find MISH !Myrtlee and. Florida 1 Kil- 1{
Audrey .
i give :Mildred, Brown do give and : gaily ft ithi y did MJ. and soonbecame Qtiailes 1 and Ovid Lewis
rn, 'i Nix years of his life 1 bequeath freckles to Jamie I j naval "fChwill. ) now be pi' "- Inigsworth; lilt senior' Hponsors. 1
my willingly bequeath big blue knn'8" the "noisy Into its! midst l t. the i latter of whom
"I"1'0 u Beach This is my M'litcd to you. Mrs" AI Kay Car Albert Knise owns one of the i !
app to Vesta :Mcliae ninth. Thus :-fpatation. hot n (Ifth..lr was to becomepiesident if theStudent
3* i' started, his educii"n I, Chester do und eyes lisle who now resides, in Viigliiui Lugest Ix-Hiity parlor In N.wYIII i
Moody give I, Lois :Moot, do give and. will ubuniioitapply: : of enthusiasm. Council the following yearAnd
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i-1I< .-ttended school at You re-cognl/e liei UN Virginia: Fil-' It City. He "is nmking ,Ethel
willingly bequeast my position as has with the class .is Juniors the class plungedInto '
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ingly I bequeath my good! English to >CK now I'!Itllt.y
era, Beam Brooker and "Starkc.e head! to J.V gatea,; nit.inlnrf your Se-nloi and Audiie-y look as they did when
patrolman KellcyI. Iris Sapp. graduating f ic.PI BUS. hut three the business of collecting ;
lain iim h. liked the I Class of 11137.!. were iri High School :fl""
Starke HOAI'IIoccl.: : do
/: give und and half funds l Shows plays candies,
I, Skeet Tison do give and willingly ye-ars
icioi> 1)1) ,. I We Oleta Smith conducting 5 :
I willingly bequeath my sense of humor l bequeath my youthful figure Nearly: : t'velvt: ytais ago eight l\vlrhcs.< \ and Ice 1'1'.am't'r,' I never pick up u paper' tin-He. see t 1
Ante" i. tmiihes school this anlal.o\ dancewell Itiuys unless we* of :Mr a, party. eif louilsls over Europe/ )
year my ability to to Kiln: Mae :Manning. students emote. the first grade! in their products" dollars their returns are a picture[
It"nu,> -d" go to the University I h's. .Ii Presldint. of In the party we* He Hilda Wyilck
Hanilolpli I
to L. O Jones.I I I. Oleta Smith do give and willingly H H. S. They .Ltre : Virginia-: The }'; juniors worked'! The QIIII ,

.1\W s 'Ida to prepare for a lawyer :M'aitilf! Hemingway do give bequeath my pleasing personality varez, Marie Tiscn, :Margie/: McMillan. :Masquerade. parly they gave the the I.'niii'il: 1 States who is making ,, Mildred! Blown, dared BrownIs '
'f basketball coach at, Stetson
Know thuhe will make < his lamcms I leform it f
good and willmjjly bequeath my graceful to James Norman Mantle Hemingway Patsy seniors will long be1 lemembeieil by history by prei- "'.
//I 1 Unlvt' -
over or whatever occupauld I Eilmonds Arthur Swanbom Hilly those itttendingNewspaper gram: Unless ota mind has beccimo! rsily.
walk to Lucille. Webb I. Hosa Mae Howe, do give andwlllm'IY '
\' > have chosen. I. Leitha Kelley do give ,nil willingly I I bequeath my ability to be Powell m'i t _Mbeit Kruse. I ly! : : !i woik became un outstanding very dull we will remember him asIliuiny Arthur Swanbom" win gruduatedfrom .. f
Lee. Is very fond of tray- thetime freshmen.Edward eif the Senior Class of I)37Yesteitlay !): Te-ch! In lilO!' Is noprofes"or j
"jecame .
bequeath 1 my pleasing personably noisy to Pauline Hosier.' they achievement of this class .
ug: ilthough he has the ejf lit 'li-ch University.Aii'I I'
have was :
never to Vernie Phillips I, Albert !Knim>. do give and willingly Hag ctf!. Irene Davis S as seniors They edited 1 one of the openin?
urh He is also fond of I .. one. of the biggt'Ht liempituls In the last lint not. least we present 'I
G. Denmark. E.JdIa. KatieandVnglnia
I. Hilda Wyrltk, tin give and I bequeath my fictitious relations Dynl best sihood pages in the state I
';TO> world In .Miami. Florida, Tbe to MIHH Calliu who
"specially basketball andshing ruoney Herring
willingly I i I'tqneaih' my ability to to Keece Bradley.1.II"r.l FtI ,ite Teresa Jones : Things ran smoothly, each dayMUJWIII I you ?
-------- Floried and My' Kllllnlswolth.1 .. .. : ..f i to cciiistliie.1 this hospital wits owiin a faiiiiiiis milline-ry shop in I 3
.. ptoliefl. over LIU-
H( t pl.ived on our basketball Lois B. '.I'.c" Ethel : jircviuundays I tlonatt-d I by :.Mr Hoswell :Noegel: ih<' York, on ,Fifth Avenue 1 III'N'w !
Judd. .
Moseli-y
Thieenew m'mberH.1'" : _____ ____
.e ,irr' (11 \ riKitWhoopee' : __ __ -
previous Junior And SeniorBackwards n -- ---- -
I
years and is a Puckham. OK ta Smith Lois I
rv ,.' added to the i IaN"111111: "Smith. '1I[ SIN >( III.Ill I.K
'T U: player Albert Lee says' Party Everybody had avery Moore. Arlie /oi.nh.ltz.; Jack Underhill I.'olaorrnan.: : and, Hoswell :Noe-: "liir .schedule, changes December

likes all of his subjects ex- good time at the junio'-senior and :M.i red Brown hadjoined '
n I I gcl The :National: Honorary I lleia: 10 und! trains. will runs ..1< f..llowH'"luthIJOUhd FOR EARLY .
Pleasant Success backward party Friday night we the gr ':: Club was established, with nineteen, :*

A Lee took the leading role haven't yet found out what time I The folluuin :%ear their number I I rnernbei. from the sensor: cl.tshHonom No 1 Due S'nrke t 11:11 1 : P M.No MORNING HEADACHES 'JlSc

""" play He has takena Everyone who was at the Junior- everyone got home hope it wasn't and awards of kinds
wus doubled v'.i.t.n they wi-lcomed : many 11 Due :Starkf; I r>K /I'M:

of our high( school Senior' party laM Friday night too Kite! Grace Anvcci'. lolls Bloods- ]I wi.n won by members of the class :NCJ: 107, -iHie Sturke' ', .10 A MNo

knows that the party will go down Several have said guess 1 what .rynq I| worth, Artforo trown, Albert Lie All too soon It was over. A I'M'! Due S'tnrkeHI I'l: I'M: I
eon uruu
Virginia! Fugate : In history aa one of the hest ever never would'! that their and Madeline CI' 8\oY. Winifred Ha- seemingly almost unattainable goal :NorthboundNc t

: -*-- given. The Woman s Club, the folks were suipri.sed to find that zen Callit lel'l ..nj;;, Albe-rta and was learned ( 'as, gowns, und cii- ::2 lime StarkeO"' A :MNo a rr1T

f HM HlOf.iIIIV: OF scene of the event was a It I'll cUv.- they dime home so eai ly. !MuiirHi.. .u. /Lojree: Howard, plums: I J. '" I .-tif'vt'n ilreiiiu.H comet 16 Due Stnrkt ; : :1M AMNe. : t

(.I:11: : rIt:'Ht: '1\1MIK i ly decorated In the class colors and Want to know a secret?-- wel Leitha Kelly: r:!.- It...., Moody. Autipsl1Of' a U". I IOF(' Iiiic Starki -. ..". I'Mstarlte = :,n:

n. vents after the World, gay balloons danced above the this is one :Mr Gray was one of n_ ____ __ .___ and \Viinn.'4Itriuit I" Dcniantl ami (.rt Genuine .

opUwere struggling to heads of the crowd. Flowers hank- the youngest' persons at the patty .\ .. :N'C 101 Leaves Sllul"< 7 (iO A M #' I
\ I'uuhne Anders and L O macs,
I led the stage and the serving sophomores but :No 1(12( Arrive, 9arkr, ',0 .
ht grief and. haulship I I he didn't pop any bullnon t tI "> BAYER
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By the C I Cameraman Grace Arwrmd and Vernon SilcoxElv.ilre. '
'<, wore over their respected he ,thin t have a chanceL I'uily x' "'pt 'lfHla"s
wrought i>n but rvjoic- I 1m afiaid
i ii
a' the Reddish
I Thou seen Junior-senior : and Re-sie ColsonFninres I ASPIRIN:0
and
8 'h. vast had. endHi dresses: or suits: red, white O and, Pauline surely were T J 'mIf'FI-J:
struggle -
:
ht as follows Peek
'" blue with little to party Friday ;;; were I and Pert.Bethel
| caps
1-
Thin time a beautiful match.aprons I having u /good.: time Friday night : were snapped together Ftundavnight. : '' - - -..-..-....4MVM >_ -, *

girl l. named. Ethel] rer- they're" a gay couple! Kllu,: Mannir.g j Anril Futch \

i: with blond curly hair The guests arrived around\ elghtthiity Kven: :Mrs Long and :Mrs. Carpenter I i I I Vernle Phillipd/ Roswell Noegel': Elaine Edwards: and Cailos :St.i.' :. ; BEASLEY'S SERVICE STATION I i iVe j jI

:March the seventh nine- and! prom curds were given forgot some of their dignity Doshla smith .... .1 Artfoiel Brown :
mers were snapped tll.l.th..1'un./ :;
backward '
miired! to all. It was a party
and nineteen to the they really did! Myrtlee: Killrr..; ,'wrth and Billy
afternoon at the show
""e-nts :'11'. and, Mrs. Leon- sit everyone entered and' left by the Charles /I'cnder and ll.nriet Benson !|I Powell day j I I \ Handle Cold Drinks Standard Gas "
I
r who lived back door Myrtlee Ktllinviw.orth and
: near Lawtey.Ethel announced really should no you don'tknow I! Oleta Smith, ..r. \l Kay Carlisle '\'orthewhorn: : were" snapped Sunday j j and Oil Atlas Tires Tubes and Batteries.
was the second of The program was by what I'm going to say he in ,
I Lames
: :Norman nd Dorothy Sapp'
oaten! In Gainesville: attending rhi
:Mr. Benson. and the first number I It Is Starke's dream that !
pictures .rd Keece
'* ; Leola Norman. Biaclly
I
showClarice
age of six she in this manner: BUS STATION :;
.a',' entered the was announced ,! some day some real talent will Virginia Fugaf and Dan H-iien t
; lunar High School where The last number cm the program I from here it may be soon Gill and Ir.rrlfs'k.- '
come flwl Willis Smith
Katie Fugai* i
In rum until she completed the was dance by :Marlun and Helen I Jewel Gassitt u'd J T. Kirkland son were t-napperl in Luke City j! ii BEASLEY'S SERVICE STATION 'ii iil
i '
differPntjthings I
de In the fall of 1934 she 'Dowllng let's give them a hand'So ward and bequeathed '| MIriam Guy an Winified Ha .en Sunday afternoejn.Ftoxa I J '

the Bradford High School after the applause for their l to members of the Junior i,i Mae Howe Bobby !Hunne. I'
1
Clara Flunrt ar.< : Junior. Adkins Court House
Phone
.: she will graduate on April number the girls came out. dressed class' They sang their class song, j ly Edith: Kc.w, T H Hampton | Opp. 60
Eddie Hartman
'-."Iis! '; very fond of school l and ''in pretty costumes, gave their tap and, then .left the stage Charles ], Loyree Randolph Phillipnd Quarlft, ':: arid Mane: Tison Frances Peek and, Jack Drowely i! l ':' '-'--'-'--" 9 tl h.{: I

; if'idious' pupil. j dunce' and no the program wa Peniler then gave a very clever were snapper. Saturday night; I [

t rung. her high school life Kth- "ended" with a hang. Then Grace skit aided by Harriet Benson inl I tom the lcKik., > i I' thing Edna Pearce and. G W Hicks 1,1, : .l.I l.,'

made many friends She IdKht Dew gave her "encore" first and which they sang several currently ] Talk about et*>' Gee, but they were snapped at the how Sunday I I Strawberry Time Pick Up Trucks 'j .J :;
Jt.
,: and jolly. Ethel meets sang "Serenade In the :Night.: She popular songs. und his acting was aren't sericf' r iijr.el her long. night l-eiiiK \\ heel Has Friie.ks shnitMi.-el I H.*>" i .1 j
.
; with which all ti be much \\ <- ore rroagnired l .. 'MCI '( 'K IIKAIXJIKTMCS: in .J.u..n\llh. I .r
a smile and a word then gave so they say S: ;rev told I us! one I ,

ting She is very ambllious had atmosphere lent to it by her better. than that of an amateur Monday: ". ...r< lit Studem I r'an'igh, / N i" h.ih Jorty-n Our I'nlirj Is to theireiiiKhlv reliiulel' our Ireii-ks--n ,il justrireinilitioii \ Ij .{f.

'P to become some great pretty red gown und black mantilla I, We hope to have' him again < .'.lIndl *.* i I' 1'.1 I nonored'. |JH' .l ":.., SIX" '. 'v Hfi't'r.ID'" tlii-m to Mll.II.U / 1J: 1t;
.. ( : ('iek up unit-1 t.. stltt. from !$'l9.\.III'T' Ji' '
-re-tary. I that Immediately after the prom delicious ( ; 1! .7 :kCN'
probably the It so enjoyable we applauded 'hat '
pres- was JIIi."i: l'ik! up 11111'2' to ware I from f: :i.VINII'll" },
B' vernor's. She Is the before and after rhe show refreshments of ice er..amtll1,1 F I b.iI I
now : ( 111101>.\ top' pick up .I11..t| theJob for stritLLberry' : ,
.
of her class our appreciation Then little Martha cuke were served Then thenoisemakers Ki-ei\veri $:'ilMI( ;t tI .

were passed ,around BOREE FUNERAL HOMEr I l'ji" : ,( S'\.tllI'/ ; : ..
grown to the height of Lee Strickland paw:\ a very I I 'iineip\ top express '

." and four Inches tall. Her Militaristic\ dunce which was well and, a fe'v minutes or :;.,'r' .ment 1 r-a. e-f ('l\JIokI'tJo .V I'nderhlkers. !FuppUes" lil.JIoni; V. h.-.-' tar...-.-stiike-. S4'iA.IIO i "

te tabbies\: are swim- and well-l.kcd.. Then the were enjoyed before In rni<5n ;ht g3tL1.A .v CE sEItVICLD.1Y ; t'l.U: lung \\ h..t h.ts<.-sljiUe-. HH.VWI
going I given ANt MC.IIT I SI5 :,5 Ollll--< OMK INMI: :M-f: rilK\l. .1
r.iking, by show A western picture, a serial
picture given .
shows fish- Senior class prophecy w I tI
\ls<. :ill models uiiel I"|M-H iif I..*-.. ( jir%
:1 reading She dislikes danrfiand Margie McMillan as the Seniors and The Hockey King' WWI then 53 .I' 11 () N E 53 ( all/ .VI 11)/4( / 'f

conceited people. marched out on the stage The I seen and enjoyed by all. We left ... II. BENNETT.: : Mgr. I .Sddres.: Ui.V-:!' I\IN xTUKKF.: i.I j I .

U. icV net hu. an average of A for I will was given by each of them I I the show, tired but satisfied! aftera : "A HOMELIKE: INSTITUTION X( KSON\IIJ.K:, e '( (

-lIo1 ....CIlk,,_ I separately aa they stepped for- very memorable evening. 'I"UKIU'7." 9 //t


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BRADFORD ('OUN'J"" TELIIoGarH !STAKJCE, PLORD.L F1ID41', ,4rll; ) y 11hf
"u.F. FOLK
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Mrs\[ :Matthews and :Mrs. !Ill's; E. 1... Matthews relatives at Plant City and Tampa I Merton )F. Clark i II'I> I tut,
K. R. Car IIldme was a bUllln.sRvisitor I University Short Con .
Entertain \V.M.S.: Entertains At Luncheon 1 1i '
McLenilon \\\0
i I FAVORITE to Jacksonville Wednesday age and Water Treatm

Both circles of the Woman's I I Mrs K. L. Matthews, entertainedwith George Ai-wood of Birmingham Camp Roosevelt MaiMis. MPALACE

f fjocictylJ Missionary Society nf the Metho- { a luncheon Saturday at one I RECIPESI Ala, Is visiting at the home of his -

list Church were entertained Mon I o'clock! in her home on Jefferson patents Mr. and Mrs II. B. Ai- C, 13. Prize

day afternoon by Mis K S. Matthews ; st. I wood. i! week to spend, six ,. v

and daughter Mrs. H. B. i! The table was overlaid with a i I Souffle I Miss D.aU'IceMln..I' and Miss\ Alachua C o u n tI II

McLndon,) at thoir home on North lace cloth and had as Its central has |I Gainesville for a hualth a
givenus in
I Mrs. W J. Epperson Uke Fold \\" visiting Tampa
Auxiliary ;Meet[ I W. T. WVfks Chapter, U. I n. C. Walnut St In spite (.f the fact adornment a low arrangement of I H recipe I that Is certainly appro- piuve her weight and > a

:Met[ At Kingsley Lake that there wns a downpour of rain calendulas' balanced by yellow candles for Bradford County housewivee Sunday. .
The Ladies I prlate -.-- -. -- ----- Death Valley. Calif
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the was
meeting
Monday afternon in silver holders.
1 of
because It Is made of one nek
Presbyterian (' The beautiful Kingsley Lakehome The oldest symphony oichestiain into a national monum ,
attended.Choice
well i I I.were '
Tuesday aH(> cf :Mr and Mrs W K: To. ( i Those present with the hostess '' our own product sweet potatoes.This the United States Is the New''Idtntial, proclamation

,,'(loC'k at the rode was the scene Wednesday! afternoon I roses, larkspur, cal..nduttI Mrs. H C. Ritch Mrs. O L.I Is such an easy dish to pre. Yolk Philharmonic I! 19:3.LET'S \ : 9
Ward. of the meeting of the W I land other Spring flower added to :1 Beasley. Mrs. .1. W Kincald Mrs I! pare and think how delicious It Is.

T. Weeks Chapter U. D C.. the the C'hurm of the rooms where the R F Dcmorest Mrs. :N. D Wainwright j I| We Just know you 11 try this within 1- -

Mrs. W A. hostesses being Mrs. Torode! ;Mrs 1 guests were seated! Mrs A. Wood!, I Jr. Mrs. H. B. McLendon i the next few duvs GO!
,cJevotlnnal! The 'I president of the organization; presided | and Miss. Madge Mlddliton. _
R. S. Matthews..tts! H B McrJWlfin : six medium sweet potatoes
from number\ 1004 Middle- !1 over the business session und
'and Miss :Madge : --.-- -
Mrs. ,B. M. :\ among other business transacted'It I salt to taste

Farms will be ton.The decided to have 1lowel Wel'llt.yIE.'moriul: Choir sugar to taste
was
spacious living room was ; Methodist Church I
Heard :
I i one cup of raisinsone
for the afternoon
of calendula shower for the benefit of the Orphans :
brightened by vanes I
Mrs C. fo:. ( roses and! Chinese for-gel-me-nots. Home at Benson Springs I j I i The choir consisting, of thirty- cup of nuts THEATRE JACKSONVILLE

t Smith and Mrs. The president Mis L. A. Davis the shower to tack place nt the five voices, from the Wesley Me- mArllhmallowsDirpcltons

pent last Thur presided I I over the meeting Mrs: '1 :May meeting of the circles.. 'mortal. Church. In Jacksonville, delighted -: : Boil! potatoes until
ville. I II tender! and then mash them to a 3 APRIL 9-10-11
Ethel M. Biggs' transacted! her duties AH previously announced a sliver the congregation of the

as m-cretary and Mrs., H B: offering was taken for the benefit 1 Methodist Church Sunday night at pulp. !Mix' with cither ingredientsand FRI-SAT-SUN

Mark's; [ MiL< ndon lead an excellent reportof ''of the debt on the new education eight o'clock when they gave an puce in a cll'e'olTnI', with DAYS

The I't.1:11: : : the finances of the Chapter I lepot al building next to the church Lit- 1 I Easter' cantata. entitled. ;' 'C'hrist''I mat Kb mallows and 1 bake In a moderate l- No Advance in Price

La weie heard from Miss Olive tie !Miss Merry !Beth Knight t. dressed Vic'tor lous" by Roy K: ." "Itp. I oven until marshmallows: are
''' : Church MATINEE 35c NIGHT 40c
.I' piscopnl Kay as registrar; Mrs: L A. Kinnolds in a dainty party flock, passedthe William Struth, dln-t.tor of thl'l brown. I

huslness meeting' of the finance committee and sliver collection plcittin which choir, gave a short synopsis: preceding serve safety devices erected! there GREAT VAt'DEVILLE AND

r.oon Mrs .1.at B 3:30: .. :'.h..J I ;II. Brownli't-, chairman of the' guest! deposited ?:27 30. each number, w hie-h gave the The niihlni.s warned bv :Mayor WF I SCII.EN EN TEKT.'\IS!W'NT: !

ri m.'fl..v rommittei-. listeners of \ f HOICTII GOING MILKS: : TO SF.K:!
lIna Olive K.i. :Mipcrrnlendtntof t a greater appit'Cintton :Moore thut tralfli- laws will! bt'j

Polled, ) pi.ml" TinhiHtoniin/ rend a number of mi'-->ion ,study s.iid t that the new the music enfolds I in this city in the future" I
rating the home honor I'oUI"IIel'lI lulling ot the .art-. bunk for entitled "Out ofAfltea' *
study i.s Mr. Smiths" ability .is. a lender, -- I
During! the "" old 1 of the soldier, (nun whom each by Kmoiy, Ross. The first ; *
j WHS evidenced in the quality andtechnique In Vrti-i-.inV llu-.pit.il
(less served light "
member ol the chapter reci-ived chapter of this interesting book of the Two citizens
sinner's! voices. Luwtey are nowIconfined
following!) ; ; I
their credentials of membershipMms wins reviewed by Miss Amelia Hay The hud to the Veterans' )
| congregation : a peisonulInterest I Iliwpi-j!
Mrs Joe Hoover, : : l(
'. ith, :Mrs, .I I L ; : Olive !liny, registrar<\ has sent I and I the second chapter by :Miss In this choir he-cause the 1! tal at Lake City Kilday evemr'g

-i Harris. to the Confederate ;MUMt-um utHlchmond. I Virginia Maxwell; ''director Is the son ot' :Mi and Mis 10.! J I H'dnolI's) was takenIthere )

-nry-, - Va. thiity honor rolls I During the social period the hoateases I W. H !Struth' of Stark for ;rtj-- appendix operation I

I I-. telling of the services of the anceslors i I assisted by11':\ '' W B, :Middletcm I -.-- -- and ,reports at this time state he is
i'
.JudKt"I of Chapter members, and, a and :Merry Beth served a Miss[j Loral Bennett: Improving.'ednesday, I Henry W

I RITZ copy of the honor loll was handedto delicious sweet course 1 ]Honored At Dinner) Party Burney was carried there for H
each member For this service throat infection treatmentttfiiiN
i I Mrs! !Matthews' and :'.It s. Me'London i
:MIHS :Miss
Kay was given a vote of Loral Bennett was the
J. had as their guests: :Mrs D.
thanks honor
: guest Monday night ,il a \ .M.isiuiir: :
I K. Knight !Mrs.' to:. K Peirym.in, MeetingWednesday /:
; During the social period the hostesses I dinner party from six to l'lghto''lo'k. the following
PRO G served Mrs: A. Z Adkins, Miss Amelia I evening -
r a tempting .salad given by her uncle und members of No. II i
: Lawtey Lodge
",' with hot tea 'Hay. ;Mrs. W. K :Middleton. Mrs L. aunt :Mr and Mrs C I' /
A Knight
.. Ix9] F. ir A. M attended the district :
Till .. :
# A Davis !Mrs. B. !'ol. :Montgomery,
Besides the hostesses
;Mis their home
I ,
Toi i I Iin on Call lt I'et.1iIl'i: of the Tenth Masonic*
I meeting
'Devil's !1I's.latlh..wII.: :Mrs :McLen !Mrs..1. I.'. Colloy. .Mrs. A. F. Sauls. |i Bennett celebrated her birthday District
at Gainesville, those |
at- .
:Mrs ;M. B W. B. ,
and Miss Herlong..lrs.
Madge :Middle-ton, I :i anniversary at this time !c'n.llnw..l'l': W Woolen. II. CHarley '
PuVks, ;Mrs. A. Wood :Miss Olive j
.Diilnri-s ) were I flowers
pl''s..ntI's.: J. ;M. Spring with the colors! of and 0 .1. '
Kit hard .. :Mrs. S. R Brownlee. flay ;Mrs T. J. Griffin: ;Mis. Pearl i' pink and white predominating artistically Phillips.

!' W U Haile. !Mrs' F.ftle Simpson Mrs AV.. Anderson, I IMis | decorated ; '
... Miner: I the home for Mis: Lee More of Jacksonville i *
\TIIUIY., J. K. Wilson. Miss Olive I Kay, .1. W. White and !Miss Vit.I this|> delightful occasion. visitor .

Double :\ K, :Mrs ; gini.i !Maxwell.' I The i ii ] was hl'l'ell.'dnI.'Mday. I Mi Tim Irresi
Perryman, Ethel: I AMiss guests were seated at a | :'11'. and l Mrs: 0..1.I Phillips and iebkiliytiilc
!''ol. Biggs. ;Mrs W L. Wall Mrs. : ?- I i large table in the dining room family spent the week-end with I'' i

A. Davis :Mrs L /H Hill !Mrs' I : ; L'Etta Cot'pening which held a lovely reflector centered I TMttBUTRBR

I t; ( h.irli-s VV. Roberts Miss Amelia Ray Celebrates Birthday : with an arrangement of pink j ('Mill OK TH.\.NKS:

:'>Irs. Sarah L Hamilck, Mrs. L. ,I sweetpeas and baby s breath Pink '' We wish to express our heartfelt,
"Fair :Mrs. Hulda Coipenmg entertained -
Hennolds, and M..y.V.. H Biggs i tapers in silver holders balanced I| thanks to those who were so kirulduring
I Monday evening in honor ofher
I
Ib-tlv Lawtey. .the center arrangement the Aloes sand death of our
'
daughter Miss L'Kttir: Cot pen-I
i Invited to be with the honoree mother We also appreciate the
cl'.V.-MO.N." : .\ { Woman's Club To Meet[ I ing/:, who celebrated her birthday I were Misses Margaret Lowry Moron beautiful flowers which were sent IlLwl! : "rriyb
anniversary on that I day L Etta: Is \
and Helen Dowling, lean DA- :Mr anIM..s.. Lee A.
"When The regular meeting of the the granddaughter of Mi and :Mrs.\ I Geiger SCREEN
via' L'Ktta!:
Woman's Club will be hl.'hJVednc"IIY T A. Brlnson of Hugh | Corpening jetty Green, i:
and Sidle Prince of the State i ii Does Bladder IrritationGet VICTOR MXAGLEN
"" afternoon April 1.1. ut :Mrs. Corpemng's home on North i J
i Farm
(truce :\ ::! o clock In the club auditorium Walnut St was gaily decorated You Up?
,( ___ _u__. WALTER CONNOLLY-PETER LORRE
("ar> ( Mrs O L. !Bi-asley. chairman of with a variety of Spring flowers i I! 1 11nlt>. auaraateed. 2:M if nil JUNE LANG-ROBERT KENT In
'Woodman
beautification will have charge of and the young hostess, attired! in abecommg ) Circle i:''I i pb) awed. In Tour il.iyi* "go IMK'k and.
pet your 2&i Flush the l.hnhtel 'NANCY STEELE IS
n> MISSING'AND
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fl'Es. \\tu.: I
program. evening dress of pink net The woodman, Circle will hold.! Its \'onvoul. <| I the hitxvclM, 11.-la l ]. nntuieHliniliuiif
1 I lmitii| 'jt If K i and Hrul-.. FEATURE'ITES FOX NEWS
Hostesses for the over taffeta graciously received excess -
"Valiant Is afternoon will !I regular meeting' at the hall Tuesday "h"h .tu.'uuxe' ti rilHthm that i'HlicsiiltN -
be !Misses' Kufcye Lillie, Madeline : her guests and returned thanks for I i| night April 13 at S o'clock. I Ii iti 'ttlnf| up, niKhtH.4.antv. NOWHERE IN THE. SOUTH SUCH
For 1I.7I'n. Lucile :Mitchell Mrs Vonda I the many beautiful birthday gifts. flow. ti"i*<,iu"nt dewfrv burnliiK, SHOW VALUE AS THIS!
backachf, ui leg 'pjiiiih. fJel urhu l
I Inman Mrs. L H Hill :Mrs.' N. I Prom and dancing entertained I i I Continuation of ;Mission; Study j I .ta\..'.. Juniper. ...II.| i-t. mat)** tot
.Lidyr <(<
.\rlinc I Wainutight, Sr Mrs. W K the young people until time for refrehhmcnts j jI I| i:j, little' any' green',11'111(11.1lIldl"ll'tHbflli( : JiinlHV..Pnkrtxtn Lira ILet's Go!

I Wall and Mrs. A. W Anderson. I I when I hey were invited :i At the !Methodist' Church next' More

'into the dining room The dining i j Monday and Tuesday afternoons at -.- -- -
i - -. - - -
table was covered with a lace cloth three-thirty o'clock there will be a - -
ASNEAH TO YOU -- I
FLOWERS I and, centered by a beautifully embossed ;, continuation of the semi-annual!
AS YOUR TELEPHONE birthday cake on which appeared I mission study put on by the members FLOUR sac INIi: '2 ('''''_-i.tnil.ird Paul.1.24.I.b

f'' t the words "Happy Birthday of the Woman's Missionary GREEN'S
FOR ALL
;
I"j I I. OCCASIONS Call 123-J J "' The cake was surroundedby I Society.The ". !I TOMATOES 6c

ALL ORDERS FILLED pink verbena and circling the I book being studied is "Out can

tl ARTISTICALLY-ECONOMICALLY: edge of the table was a wreath of of Africa" by Emory Ross, an explorer STORE '

F fragrant honeysuckle. Assisting and missionary worker in .'H'\( K :
%
I PROMPTLY:\ Mrs. Cot penmg in serving. were I Africa for many years. It is a ''I ALBERT lOc \EISV BENT::

MRS. L. G. POWELL Starke Miss. Nell Durante of Jacksonville | book full of interest and surprise. I

:Miss Kitty Hogsed and :Miss RuthSternbcrg. I A good attendance is. expected CASH & CARRY IL
-- _.. RICE 5 J 4c
--- I LDS.
COCOA 2 Ibs lOc STARKE FLA. I ,
I The Invited,! guests were :Misses I LA ii'T EY ,

j i ifc"ii Betty and. Carolyn Green, Helen O. J. Phillips. ( ormpundratItaptlstN

i and :Marion Dowling Loral Bennett icoi'.vn

Sadie Prince .)Jacqueline| Andrews To Hold Itevlvul

I Gloria Johns. of Jacksonville The Rev. ('. I' Jones pastor ofI STEAK Lb. 20c
:
I Margaret Lowry, Jean Davis I I the Greenville Baptist Church of CORN

Grace Dew. Gayle Sewell Harriet I Greenville, Tcnn. will begin a ten- i STRING BEANS 8

Benson and Hazel Moore; Messrs. day revival meeting at the Low ley UKST NMOKKI)

It, Billy Dowling, Ralph Rhodes Harold Baptist Church next !Monday' night BEETS No. 2SPINACH C

Bishop Gene Long. Billy Jackson | to which everyone Is most cordially Cans BACON Lb. 21c

1 M V Johns. T. A Johns, Emmett invited.
tt t tf'
ferryman Joe Allen Lan-

drum. Garland Godwin. Tommy Kains 1).IiiLge Crops CHEESE, Pound 22c
t; : 1llIt 7..\IHKS1SATIN : Bitch Jimmy Sewell Everett McKinney '> Heavy rain, for the pAnt several rET: Ol: r.\ XATlO.V'

SILK SLIPS SLIPS and Junior Paste clayi have seriously injured, .crops -MOKKII:
MILK 3 tall 20c
.
.
I --- planted in this section and retarded cans
98c 1.49 SAUSAGE Pound 12?f2C
Annual :Meeting[ of The the planting of crops Straw"

t t'):' Jacksoiuille Division, of berries are not doing much on account MACARONI 3 Pkgs. lOc ( ir: <'K KOAST' OK

Sif f Woman's ;Missionary[ : Union '|j,: of the rams and It now looks! STEAK Pound 13V2c
Irke the next strawberry will ,
SPRING crop
.i The annual meeting of the Jacksonville ]i i be harvested In 1938.
%..Z HOSIERY Division" of the Wom.in'8 I: SUGAR 5 Lbs. 25c noi.or.VA'

Jt kW :Missionary Union of the Baptist To Pol l H-P C'ornt-r

PARADE i ill I'huivh was held Tuesday. April 0, At the regular meeting of the :So I>!iO. SAUSAGE Lb. 12Mc

1 I t ut the Baptist Church at ten'' Council of this city held Tuesday SALT Pkg. 3c
t .
I clack. afternoon It was decided,
to place NECK BONES 3 Lbs. 23c
I This was' one of the largest religious '' ,
if motor-eyrie police on duty at the :\MEItlTA K BKU.BREAD .

NIGHTINGALE gatherings ever hold In corner of State lioad I la:; .
i unu Lake KITC IIK.N .V- IMMATCHES)\
i<1 ;'t. \ll th# nv shml In fh" I Starkc: with nearly three hun- ,, Avenue to compel motor .st- to 'obMlllli 3 Loaves 25c -
tired pi"ipl !m attendance.Me: s. <
/ ""htM-r All *.ilk Hone, Htife, \ N B Kelly of iacksonvill". piesIdent : OK 'l s r "l::1'r; -\M: :: 3 for lOc
1-1111. :Milli-K,: m IlliIRltv'IL'i':\ that' 100 BOX
jjg- n{ the division presided at unilil I .Hid. t lv mine ,. i "iil pin-i
II)
i Pro the meeting -nit in that ''ilium' ril.1, 'to| riid ASPIRIN Box 3c I'JU'NTKV ROLLBUTTER
ri.i-ii, IIINIII.' ,.it..1 I ,,i'd,"1 ,,.r.11.|, ijti-il
An unusually Interesting .\1..11 I : 1-ilT.: .. ,, ,
program i t ii.nl .in.I 101..1| l I.>
.1 \J KSALAD mI.I":
'"UIH tl'IIT) fir Lb. 32c
1 'i' with the theme of "Seed1. Honnial.li-. 7. .Xilkinv. ,)m ,:f
the .|ludgrs. | ..f .
GOR.JUS th' I iiKhlh' Jiii| ,ixl)
Time and Planting under the direction I'ln-lllt ..Florida. In i hail.. try, |I. A DRESSING 20c -
\I.'. "II.K KI.Mil.Ks-. : of :Mis. Kelly was rendered ii-rtaln: i.iiiiii- |p'-i.-niinu. n Hui.ironl,1'iiuntv ISr PKO.
:' '.... \ery xhr ll..s.- for. the l.i- In the I Kighlh, .iudu'tai "I!,
t tier I to an appreciative congregation' ;. Idi (' "'", .."'% CIGARETTES 2 for 25c
.
t i nho (' _in all the new The !I lin i "lll'l.Mlj; ': ow'NI kWol: Lu.\N' rt: .ltl'iri7l.Tll ;. I II OI'ART .1R
of the
I. highlight was
.h.uli-. \\orth program .\ 'N, ....
Mur<- I the talk given by Miss! V..nagutl.- I" ,plaintiff ,anil .X Df.VIIAM PEANUT BUTTER 25c
/ 79c Pr. MltS: IKdllKlfr: : -" Nxd! h".h''I .
lard of Morgan City La. !Mass' : <' MUSTARD 0 lOc
!1I'< : I '')|!IIICTM.':' and It .s \\A T Is.
I Aguillard chose "The French Garden 'IJ.I. wrrv, and nndifi: *>iii.inth;; ; I I'wlnifln (;iltOI'liD n.\ii.v-PIRE

I r a I I of LouIsiana' as the topic for : "1..ln",1, I I I. Si T,M'lnl Frank I.Mai.ii-r: l.anilrnn in i'lianc.iy .nun COFFEE Lb. 14-07. TOMTCATSUP <>

her inspiring talk i| tn execute ..ilil 1 ili .-r.-i. I ha? 12yc
levied! IHIIIII all 'ihi rnlliuuiK. d.'h..1 lOc
During he noon hour a delightful -
I -el ,lulu. tia. i., ,. n?
luncheon \\liS served the mem- ..1.. ..r land. 111).11.) .' tie, I
I hers of, the ilivi, "lnn, :Mrs J. :M i, lag. in the 'LiMiniy nf th, ..,14 t"| siali" ( \KMKi; htU.OCoCo'S: CORXFLAKES
t } ('I Klurtila.' and' innn I.a ,, 'I ilurly,
f I.rownlee: wim chairman cf the refreshment siTllii-il an toll,.nvs t
I LOIN 'J anti 111 std 'r,i. -4 n 1 COFFEE \ 2 for T5c
r. 'mmittce and had asher : can \2l/yc
t I i-mhi fi-i t nf l.u'I; .1i I
I i-ommi'tot' m Peek :M'S' S l K :Sparks>: and Mr !i I the'1'ottn "fl.uki.. Kl Ianti i (In..,
1 thai' I ulll .'M -It. ',,1 ,|I.,,' ,n i
L I i ; Powe.ll These ladle were May, 1'MT.! : within the !Lau h.: -I| Better AGENT FOR Quality
of ..a 10-, Let the .
{ air
1 assisted ,--iving by other mem- i-a-i ? in in IHKiloiir

J I bets .if 'hi New River hllllrary':: :iViunty.In the Finn e'lty;:),. uf offer SiarltHi'.,,U land, ,.Iford for .I TRUEMAN FERTILIZER CO.

3. ..r "a >al tad. veil th. ..uir. -, hi .iKhut
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"irir* -I'l I t I?'utill i r.v i I HI
Ii ::;:: paelti; ; ..I' 'inil :an.fy"n't j

Tr '!< it an "1110'"- 'taini- from 'h B! ll *l""1. 3-9-3 Per Ton $21.7514-7-5 Per Ton
i 1 T KI'.ANK' ANURCM. $24.10t'
,i enamel rub well, with ivugn salt FlHXU-i, .I< ClaytC'otornvv !
fur J'umuii
moistened with vinegar(
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.I [lilt! \' A'RIL S. 1&37 rtRAPFORD COfNTV: TELJEGRtril. ST\RKE. FLORID r.\(.& HVK: I

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I Mis Catherine Jo: DM via of Fi'lends of Henry Managua will EVERGREEN tattoo, Is quoted by the CharlestonSewt :
f
I lackwmvllle was. the weekendguest learn of the ,death! of hint i
regret to }-'. and Courier a" recently remarking
!Mrs V KiMtlrr (orrenpflndent I A
of hei son and daughteiinl six-Near.old\ datighti'i. Mat iy Ann : I ; "The I woods" burner. like CENT WORD 4 ;

Bits of l :Mr and Mrs R .1, Davis of llendersonville! N C Mi Ma- Mi. and) MIA Leslie MiClellan the boll,weevil, the malaria /geim

I naxs.t. Miss Mina :Maniv, Henry and children spent Tuesday In and the caUlolii, drags down! CLOUMN :
Mi. and :ales John Grew and and l Albeit Manxssa attended the Jacksonville.. business find undermines. the gentmi _
'
I Ivan Hei ring oi Jacksonville were funeral held In Hi ndfiHonvllle! Sat-: P. S Roster.. and daughter Louise wc-liaie Because ol him FOR SALE -f ;stqudllty seeds ot l :I

local Nevis'fOCI guests: Sunday of Mis Grows patents uiditv spent\ tho \\efk"n In Dover only a small percentage of mere all varieties. Prices right Suwannee r if

,' Mi and Mrs Jams Lamb. with Mr awl MisV L. Armstrong chuntabl lebond-giowln timber Store tfMR M! :

I -- Mesa: \v.t.:. Mlldleton'! went to I which could! have 1 replaced the vir- il '
: NING OUR PEOPLE, UUS1NESS AND I ; :t-
: Mr. and Mrs '
i Maurice Cohehi Tampa Tuesday. where she attended : Di .1 I. )K;. :Mnlnes of Lake BuiJer j I gin stand in now available on cutovt : ,. BUSINESS MAN : Take It lip
I'HO.KESS)( OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN:: i have i returned to their home in the annual meeting of the Worn- ., was a vlsitoi"" to Evergreen Tuesdayof r lands Times-tinlon.! fiom your wife Springtime ,is t I
:
i|i'W York City alter visiting herei an'H Missionary Society MID Mid- lax week f
.
I housecleaning! time, clean and
the of Mr -- -- -
i guests and Mrs N. : dleton was a delegate! Horn the local Ml r. and! :'/r's. W. H Morgan. Hit
-ter I Sternbeig oignnliationhile there she I I announcing I the hit th of a HUM burn. Time are about H,0(10 l"oIl'l.llly paint your stole L't.lF: repair j

I will be the guest of Mi and Mrs March 30 h.n'l1. airplane. : piloiH und! mon. and repaint youi signs, Bill, 'a Sign I 1
Mrs. H C Wall spent The W C T U meets on Friday I i Mr. and. :Mis Paul Rotenbusli .
IM, mi Lloyd! F Abbott i iMis :Miss,. Louise Rosier spent fues- than S 000( licensed an. plane me Shop, one blll'k'lIt Dr. Herlongs i,
.,.K 'ml in Jacksonville at the home of Mrs O E Stimn-. 'I I and daughter, :Mary and! Mrs Nfna 1'I'
d.iv night with Miss 1.01"11. Hosiei:
----- office
I "hanll'/I in the United States 3-12tp-tf
bury vice president at 3 p. m. Lipford of Green Cove Springs
W B Sewill and (children i i at WoodlavnMis --- --- -- .,'
Gainesville i were guests of Mr. and '
of was Sunday
McCnff ---------
v I James Gayle and! \\1\ "Inla, movedhere It. S Rosier and daughters: '
; visitor here Monday.in Miss Kline Jones of, Gainesville I Mis H A. Bishop j \ I
last week flol1l Baitow and l
i were visiting Miss Ollie Mar In :
here with her grundpments --- ---- ---- \ ELECTRIC .
sp'ntunIIIY ,
--- Domed :Ml. Si'well who has., been i, Sturke Sunday afternoon
.: Mrs A. Z. Adkins :Ml. und Mrs A. :M D...byMi :Mis Fray Oill, had as her guest .
cashier of the 10'10' Ida Bank at J II !'::tI'P"1' Hawthorne I wait
msdiiy in JacUsonllles I Sunday Mi'. and Mis Sam Blue Still he mine the lust ot Maul 1 visiting. his daughter. MisV. I II! I' : ;
I Mis f VV Blue. :
1':11111Blue.: i
and :'11'11. Jim Hitch, were and Mrs Ileibert Smidt Ml I Mi'. and Mis Sewill and children Moigan: la'.t wi.i..k XEP I S T. Dell of guests Sunday of Mr. and :\Irs.f'lInftll'd mind son are. living on West Madison :Street .
\ : i
I' I Le-nard ,
Cruse, who
Chin lew, all of I'etry has' spent tin I I
liltch' at the Stale Farm In 1 the house. lot m. II>' ,iicupled hyMl
"
last SIN months in ,the ("l c c 'imp' .1 it t
Tues.I --.0.- | :.11'-\\-1\: ,. Kdwntds: and Mrs. W : '. and :Mis It..l 1 Pasts i Emporium. 1',1. I uiuimdlnim 1 l"t-i i WELDINCI'H .
:Mis Mulda of Jacksonville
CoiptninK ------ -- day
I'JG !Struth and daughter, Shiiley of
t : : spent this week here with Jdcksonville were guests of :Mis Among those ft ..lilt hole attend .1.1 l II. Sipp \\ .is visiting, Inguindmolhii .

,ithet', II'S. F. II her daughter Miss LFHta: Corpen- jKdwaids: paunts Mr and it!l's. W ing the hinhecue .,it the Veterans n Mis .I| S p.._.. i iMi i .I:,';

ing. | II. Stiuth, Satutday rump i.n lohtiHiin Like: Wednesday '' : ------ afternoon( sere: Mi and Mr.. O L. ': .'

Mae Hl.iktley, of :Miss :Nell Dm..ante, of lackson- nl'| and l :Mis if U McLelidon lloaslf.v. Mi and Mrs T. J. GI'lffln. \\Otlll.) ., III|t| KMM.H.. :\ |II.| ,

,. guest of Mn.s\ Pat vilkwas here Monday: und! Tuesday I end Mi ..tai Mrs :N. 1.1) \\'ainwnght Miss Annie I barb}'. Mrs Jeanette Southern newspupt. ani.>v. IIwiuqIIIIj it j

visiting Mis Huldah! Cot pen-' : .1 li I attended the disliictconventlun I KiiiL-ald. c' r /FolhomV, B Mun- pleading,. with the ,people d"' n, i
-- t Ing I of tin American Legion dy \\'. )K: Ponido, I IJ! larobs. Charley burn the woods. ," and! it se< int.stiangc .

< irpenter and :Mrs. ---.- ---.- '. In Cininesvilli HunI.I,I ly COOJH'I A J 'IllDlIKH, K: L that such a cull should t h.

ni Saturday in Jack- I.I H Heighten f-'ecietaiy of the I I..llhl'w"11'. : ,mitt :Mrs, ,, H C. nen'ssiiiv But. anftahinaIiIt", \n
II-t'U-l; ; \IVIII..1 Bitch Mrs J./ V. C, lli-\'. Misses KaI
..
Kloiida/ I State Hoard gf 1'hatntacy, M tr and Sam is nriTHslliy: and ilenuahlc! that pi
------ was a business", visitor here Monday VA haw been iinnsfeiied from I ilo and Vii glnlll KiiKiite. Ben Howe, test be made' against tin \pi' tutu' > t ;i j
I I fasts and Mrs H Hp. Tallahassee to Gainesville where unit! N. \'ninwT'tjht.. .I Ir. The which! has so long pitviulid .in tin i

-t'.'nt Friday In Jack- ---- --- they are surveying and mapping event I w is in cl'll'hl'.lttlln r of the South I J. : {

Little Miss )Kiednki, Edwards i>f the university of Florida fourth annHeiH.nv ol the Civilian j!I Sometlnii, long ago' someomptfsumed
.
--- JackHoinille W.IH. visiting her Conservation Corps to know what In was f.

\1' A ..11.', J. Baker of Foley itL grandparents :Mr and MisV. I H.! :\11">.. K: S. :Matthews. :Mis( II. H.I ---- !talking about din" lured that by i j i

', ." m"tner. :'11'11. R S )fern Stiuth SatuidayMis McLendon I .and Mi and :Mis K L IN :\I\I \:NV, '1(10 '.* hUI'I1I11)OVl'l\ the loiests binning''
:Matthews attended the :National the underbrush and! diied,I grass" m'' engines crack, wl I jj
I \.... B Alexander and! Miss Symphony OreheHlm Conceit In In the course ..f.. the past few the wo.i,llin.IH. a new giowlh: of WHEN break bum- f I
month- there have occurred or
-
Smith attended astute Wilma Alexander' were dinner ickannvlllo I: Monday night nppioMinaltly glass' would! quickly appeal and

[ i o, Shoot in Daytona Bench guests Thursday of Mis, M C. I 1,, I ten major, burglariesin be most useful by providing gni7ing pers need repairing, If
In :Mrs C (' Shepard 'an.1 lough- ;M.ulanna lUgaidlcssol efforts foi the ualtleiaiseis( '
Hampton
f Hw't'nE'Y don't throw them
-.. I tees. :Mary Lou und I'.itsy. Ann tutuined by the police foi i. none of these The Idea has been explodedeati. .- away. 4

'.Ir.> N. St'rnb""g1111'1 1 1i Captain S. A. Bryan of Jacksonville I to. hen l home in :MonticelloSund criminals hive Kin brought; to ago Binned liver" lands do not. We can repair them perfectly -

i i. i t. <"oh..n spent Sunday wiis the weekend guest: ot w i ,ly altei a we-ek visit with Justice Sevuiii) anosts I I huM.been quickly iispond,. with n.anti be t- \\t: and give them the
.tilt<' daughter and son-lnli\s: Mr mind! I ISfr. and Mis. C. .\. Knight made and several. convictions of ter pastuie,. to 'the contrary I the' 4
I _. .petty. larceny have been handed buinod-ovei mils 1 of Call !
Mrs A. H Williams. :yield pourer I M I/K: strength new parts. 1

.i ii''i,' Williams. of Lakcin -"-- -- .-- |m Miss I Pauline. I1lest! who has, down but lack of evidence has ( glass: and mire later In bunging itmi 120J and ask for est i- )
.: .. guest: "' of Mrs )Emma Miss Gloria John., of Jacksonville '|bee-n employed in I he Distnet I todmlnbt ?- Imrnpi'red prosecution to its fullest. than \\-lien' flu. has not swept IrutI I an I

i nil,lay sp,'nt several days !here this settlement, .\ .ition. office In ixtintVniing. over it But the binning continues : 1111111\IICY: mate.SMITH'S.
week with her grandparents.! : Mi Gainesville. has be>('11 transferred opinions.. me held as to i'.ailv in the year' pattiLiiln"y :

P,'rider left :Monday for and Mrs T..1.I Griffin I to the local office In StaikeMis where lesponslbilitj for. these petty .

lad to visit", his mother -- ._ -- -- I -- crones can tie .plated. Officials )Kllloli. U (teed piesident' it t the I IUJ.t'dw GARAGE f t

i rlniisly", III The Rev T. C. O'Sh'en. of Ala- B.1.: :Montgomery and hold a theory thaI a group "I < : Tlmbei piotective oigani\ t

--- chun wall here Tuesday as a uptesentative ehildien letuined Sunday afternoon 'oung111'n., some in need. nt >'a"h.lI1d -- n __ __ n --- ,

J MisV. F. Mlddleton of the Florid Anti-Slot' from Benson Springs where Hnini' upeintlng, for sake ot adventure l-

n. i' !guest: Sunday Mrs T Machine Oiguni/atitm they visited, Mis Montgomery s' are to be mnsidired. most t'\\('\' tsel..e4 tuiii-1: FIU'US i '

i .M J ', d of. Leestaurgl I ------.---- patents the Rev. and Mrs J. \\'. likely. suspicts'VVheie 1'ltI.NIVr ::l ;''I

-- ---- :Mi. and! Mrs H W. (Cuiry and Austin you will, ask. "can "nsponsibility "- IlllllPotatoes O I I

.iohort. Tanner of Baldwin :Miss Myrtle Reddish. ol Jacksonville for mis Continued .....ui 6. .i ,
1rm'\ the week-end with her mnth-, spent the weekend with Mr I :Mr and ih: 'sV.. G. Si ruth and nuisance lie placed "

't ..10!' Laura I. Pouch and :'1"11. Knol AharcrMrs I I children Shiiley. William and Kh- One answer, and oni which l-r. \< : '
I /abi'th+ Ann of Jacksonville, W1'1"'AU"Nt" :: 1
----- (Homines' to be most fiuiltul (is !
M l: .mil :Mrs C A. Knlghl and Marcus F Brown has 1'("- l of :'1.. Stiuth patents, Mr the merchants and business m. n .>f found

V,< L..mat: Bennett were visiting turned to her home alter a week's land Mrs W II. Stiuih Sunday, Man.inna: are In position to numb In I'lll'\IlS:.; '

'al.' '.s In Hilliard visit with her mother Mrs .1. J. night.
Sunday _. this petty ciinu wave to ;a large .\rici :
---- )FitrgeiaM, in Tampa. u extent Hefeiein ." Is made to IHIlesaness '
Mi. mol I :Mrs J M Alvarez, Mrs AI Kay Carlisle, u student at of business men in leaving 25c I'lHllld

;'ii\ Ilirns.. and Bill Graham MrsV.. G. Haile returned Friday Holies Militaiy Academy in Jacksonville their establishments not, securely '
r..nt. "'"nd.n, St" fiomVeht. Palm B.ltch'hell' returned to school Sunday KP
Augustine locked dining losi-il' houis Little
--- she visited her husband and "son, I latter spending his spring' vacaticn rebuff Is offered systematically by > : LGE.FRANKS lb. 12
POTATOES 5 Ibs. l lOc
Miss H, silmd, Jacobs hail as her who 'ue in business theie 'I line. with his.parents Mr and Mis'J '. merchants Locks on door are Inadequate .
B CailiwleMrs
F utst foi tin, \\i-ek-end" :Miss Maina "- __ and! .ntfn windows are
. _
Mfnm,''t i / nt High SpilngsMi Captain und Mrs. Clifford Bhtch I I K. G u Duncan) and Mrs .1.I IH left pmutinilyt It not completely HJKSH; RIB STEW Ib. 12

of the United States Army :Medical I Benson attended the State )Ked- open You Mi Merchant and
: and!' JiK G. Duncan of Foil Monmouth. :New GREEN BEANS lb. lOc
I were Cotes oration of :Music Clubs in Gainesville Business Man ot :Mananna. are r rt.1S
eats :'I.ndll.night, of :11'. and were visiting fi, lends and .
I Jersey ( last week Friday Mis Henson taking too much for granted.Minor : l.1..1.Firm

Ir1r-.--i E-i 'imc.in-- in Gainesville relatives here__Wednesday_nn ___ j sting a solo and was accompanied precautions on the part of. Head Lettuce, each lOc lb. '
------ ROAST
"'-NAT SEZ by Mrs Duncan citizens of this city will, to a great: 1 CHUCK ?
: extent foil iilmlniil actions !If I
Mi and Mrs G. A. Andersonhad thieves are. driven to mole dangerous I Fresh TOMATOES, 3 Ibs 25c
'| he \\ -uthr during! the part mew as their guests Sunday Mr. :SMOKKII; :
action In gaining entrance to
mind! Mis R L ) and famIly S I'lfNH1 '
Kpperson -
uiirithtrII doss .
dun IIIIH starteil cash deposits police will be awarded SAUSAGE lb. 'I
of J.cksonvllle.II': and Mrs HAM Lb. 23c
stt'Ike. It in.iv not If gulled u alt W J Epperson and daughter with more tangible. evidencethereby ,
hastening the process of I I
down strike. but It mounts to the :Maiy Sue, and Mr. and Mis Bub

sum'. thing, IM-C.IUM-. ni.inof Richard all of Gainesville I, are law capable enforceemnt of causing Marianna disruptionof police : PICKLED PIG FEET 5c; SALT MACKEREL Each 7' ,

this 'lawless
our' -iistomt'rs arn ..1.\.\ InK home. :Mr and :Mis N Stembeig 1t.n.11 and dangerous
theii gllf'"lsII'! lint Mrs Maurice group give the force your coop'
greatly I" favnr <.if .settlingthls I
I
inn (Cohen Mr and !Mrs }1. C. Wall. eiatlon by throwing pieventivcmeasuies H \ 1.1..\I.u.-.. 'FAIU.K .\i.h-SELI.Itlal\fi
strike. IIH soon as |KH.vlliliMI. Mr and Mrs \\'. B Mundy, Mr lo '."" )
in the of these
path petty
thin.ittirda and :Mrs[ I.I G. Godwin, of the
later
M'H get together not criminals Jack l State Farm spent last Thursday on > FLOUR i3 75
4
v t>. >. : a- fishing", trip-on- -Lake -Santa--. .-Fe.--. Idan. 40c

.till. .\\M\EKS\IC\:.;:.; :SKIM; M"Kf passages of iipttne, giving trunk f fS.Il..tl
'o ltt l nt .\' MINION; .; II \M. chapter and veise Balloon Flour 12 Ibs. 45c ; 24 I bs. 85c ; 48 Ibs. $

for A very Interesting cour< 'I Bible 1
Togs BoysLINEN SUITS $3.45
i This Go-pel Mission"' work ci-lc-, memory work began: j/itJi hi1- lOc't
2 In 12 ear* biati'd Its fourth year Tuesday, service and! the older folks an /going )

night The Upper !Room where to have to put on some extri. I SAUSAGE lb. 12Vc
FR4i .
"t1111
TOM: I the set vices if heM each week, effort to keep up' with the ;voting. r DRESSING Qt.

) SHIRTSVhit 8ge had been tastefully, arranged with ones I'IIt11 It RI:
.- A ( oiorsro Spanish moss, ivy and honeysuckle The study of the rvcmnSheep /: "a

vine while floweis. helped to Joins "ird Swim .n... !b., BEST BACON lb. 1ge LARD lb. '
>i-XVVA" nt: furnish a woodsy R'HlnTh..re/ lllustiation: is hengiven in ;

SLACKS $1.19 was a good attendance to hear the original study ,rut I ,drawing n% 'h: '
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t'CUt Rlll"itll.tntoricdlitl'S simple report of the work made, to sponsors of th' work ra: n I

join In the songs hear the special prepared! In la..1. I form fit i Eibl\ I : /, : ,

,. music and take part In the Bible study work, and I was us.ij t.. t rm., COFFEE
SHIRTS 50c study first time in thins way at this set, 1 1S11ru1
SPORT Ri 23
The report showed thefirst Ice. The referi nces v. ''u givi i 'iv _
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year's average attendance to have various ones. .it t the cor.gm.gi.inthus : :

IM>\ S KLl'K IJrMM;:.; been twenty persons, the second each having an oppo: .-JJ' ',.
MATCHES 3 f

PANTS 93c I __ ___ ____ _____ __ _
:Sl/KS; : TO 16 'a. ,--,
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no, SOVERALLS ?t /'l;:: Cut Beets, No. 2 can :. rl.t:.s" '
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59c I ( ;:: ->. ,.Jl' fi: I I I i
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4 TO 18 I I'ft'J", 'It \:1 e / Y" I. .1- 7LlMilk I 4
1 '... -' I,, ? rr ('""...J Gar. Peas, No. 2 can
= 110\.. \\.\-EI t -j .. ; fN o'f? -7/-; : 20

SHORTS 9ScChildren's : _. _'..'.. ...1...,_ ;.;:: _,. ",, :t. Sw. Corn No 303 can ,., .'

GOOD C; EAT CHIEF 2c i
luau Clt\UT\ I SHEPHERD SHEPHERat D>> SHEPHERD ;

.... J Md Spinach No 2 can :

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Stipes Mry., ." L. .. -I--; TOMATOES }
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'hiity-six. the third foity-four' use Bibles and have < "m I 4 CANS

that really ,,'hiK' the one Just closing an av- lesson. '
I ige of foily-nme and a fraction. The cants w I ie car: .. .

Oth-'r ,items of IT.ter.- .A-I givn souvenir ,.n' rm) tin".. .1 p

: but 'h" he-?' "'\ I it-n .abe This method ',I study M of!
PAYS TO HUT AT k A '* In -h. hsl l denjonstrait from 'imc to mt .
SUGAR 5 Ibs. 25c II PRINCE ALBERT
STERNIT BEll G"S it in the young people 'are prepared
mselves! who were able to quote I' Quite a number >l La 0- j

not /nly one or two but several :file: attended



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BRADFORD COt'NT'lT1tLEGR.orn STARKE 1tTARnA' '...UDn.1'1(0
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I I GOOD I>" !\I.nSD:-.; LESSSV1'1'IJES --m- HAMPTON I Dated 'thi,* 1x11}"> ftIIM7.

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f..rr..po.d.
I I MI. 4dICtLf I (OFF9rt' A1. J.AI.I
I I I 1 I A .I THi'i.M/ ; ,
1 The Rev A. T Carroll of Waldo I 'I..rk of ,

FARMERS SECTION GAINESVILLE: Prospects for : LIVE STATE NEWS I preached at the Methodist Church .l-2::. iu.4.35Iylll'F Hradforil( i

continued strong demand for beef last Sunday morning and! evening I

and veal smnllei cattle and calf Mrs. Otto Hicks and son, Sonnie Kim! .IK "'r'r", yt
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs 'i'ti1 111 ill'

Conducted by Demonstration Actnts daughter this year than last and Toy, of Alachua, were transacting ( "innKIllll \,, ,I..,

l', higher average prices of practically business here this week. I' ;Mm.;NOTlt-K:; l.liln: Mr.lt.IS HICKKIiV holii: ,

L ''all grades of "slaughter cattle are I Mrs. Frank Brown of Gainesville tlfli-iitf Nil si. 'IMWII- .I i

I I reported .us probable by W J. 1- ------- -- -- visited Mrs W. P Blrt and children I nf In .Jul my' 1)'.nlNiiiirt.I A. 11 I 1"2! :I". i

.-- -- with the Florida I 1I last Sunday.The tl'Htlllll
Rh. <'Iy. agent Ag- 1 for M tax ill'. 11,
ServiceOn \\'.1.ES IA)'....IM1 \TT1-K KKSTKICT!' TIIKMKIAESMIAMI ; : tlti-ri'Oll. Said. .. rn1|.?, .
itciiltiiial Kxtenslon Rev. A. J. Turner (if De-
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losing tillfollouliiK Ui-f i 1.. .
MIAMI: Cupid waged a i
Hints To Housewive RURAL the authority of a spring: out- S. Pierre Roblneati.' Land. will preach at the Raptist "hi-. County ,if lit, .all
battle with Florida's nmetyI I MI.nil.i, 1 It.I .-" it
COMMON SENSE look rvpoit of the Hureau of Agricultural day divorces here during the first counsel for the Florida Retail LIquor Church next Sunday morning and l I.olM, =NllH'tlM'll Tu.I' .

Economics, It was stated I Dealers' association said l the evening. .", lllni'k Kiiihl": \
nwkl.v. (Mm-, Home lemons trail ( three months of this year. Clerks I Si-i-l Ion tc Town-li
that slaughter supplies of cattle I liiipr dealers. plan to impose a Mrs Ruby Chapman and sons
TaUaJu.-""e BV srrns JOHNSON I reported Sfcf) divorce .ictions! liw>tlI | 'HaiiKf 2(1( Kuvl.TIlH : .
on SMvliUtKtM| will continueto code of conduct themselvesand Kenneth and Carol of Gainesville HHhl'MMIlll'Ilt lit I
and calves probably' I upon I
tnted In Dade County in January, 1\' ,uiHl.-r,, In- lull'. .
: until will seek laws to enforce !it. visited Mrs. mother I
... be relatively large pastures i February and March while only Chapman's VMIH. 111 I tllf Illlllll.. of| | .
TKEATMK.Vrs::-'; Foil STAINS, .M irrv A.vn:-'; ) ntoMI.MMI'MTIKS ; ( become an Important factorin Two Items aimed! at are drunken Mrs. Jason Summers and hergrandmolht" :lnlmH' 'ii':lil i-i-rtlfi I ., .
644 marriage licenses were issued :: ; \.
:-; KSSK.NTIUTO :-.; j ili'i-ini'it,, ai-riiriliiiM I It'riy i..
: the feed situation in late Mayor drivers One would eliminate the ', Mrs. J. P. Sullivan
ili'Ki-rllieil, .
in the snme period. In the same ; tin i. i ito
the All too familiar signs I
Among .\ .\'f101.:-'; \\ KMJlKI.dKiltal June.or the entire, Yt'Hr.Itowt'v sale of liquor to persons in automobiles this week. thi 'Iimhi.-Hl hlill./ ,
and mud I months of 1936, 544 divorces and
of "p' Ing me water spots house' dour rut 'tin "11I
at barbecue stands and :Mrs. M. Watterson' had
clothes.) April ,', slaughter. supply prob- 5HO marriages were sought. as I"In' month uf ;May 'I"Siil.
new spring
Ktains on be neighborly -
people like to ably will bf somewhat smaller wayside stations The other would guests Lust. Sunday Mrs. O. L. Har- I : 1.. tar of. ;tiny 1 li! ,:
raindrops, are likely to leave their and sociable They appreciateevery I -- ---- 1 I Mli-il, Ills :inih. .'
than In H 3ti.; ISKKKV 1'.1.1'iiON O\ Kit I limit the amount of package liquor ilson and daughters Edna and 11:1:
marks on silk, flocks and rout linings to mingle with ;
opportunity of the better grades ofslaughter ,sold to an Individual, with a law, Eleanor and Ray Williams of Jacksonville 1 (nN'h'li'I1i. 1 SKA" : I..)
while mud splashes may linger the com- Prices TAMPA Three thousand children -
others either from same J
to if possible, that the buyer might I \ TMli.M It-
(.n skirts and hose. or from oihoi rural/ communities cattle are expected started buck In sthnol In I'li-rk. 'uf '"h
munity advance sonpresent rwhat further from open the package only in his home I fJali'igh A. Brannen of Lakelandi I Mi-iulfi.iil" ,i- i
Water sputa' have several causes and cities Then 1 hospitality llillsborough Countv Monday They 42.. :;' .,ill
with his Mr.i .
and, spent Sunday parents,
high levels ----- --
the dress- to fault relatively live in the sti'awhetry belt of the i
The water may dissolve! t is generous a I
prices of the lower grades to advance and, nci-ded, home T0\\'KM: ) KM'KKIMKN: ::-'; i and :Mrs. 1. J. Brannen and sister, \1111 I: 1"r"1 i ii. t ., -
ng In the silk fabric and float it Limits of both time and facilities county lire at : 1'olt'1'\\ .in .
)J. Miss Jessie Mae 1 Brannen.Miss .11
until or i|I
May
of the seasonally during the picking season which I < *rmif* Illll \,, ,
ut to the dry edge !spot in the have kept rural I SAI1ASOTA An experimentwith I i
:
past June Prices. of I he lower grades! [101'1'lay Wynn itturnedto ;M:" iTIi'M; ,11. iii";111-:1:II'<
leaving II ring. or the water may and activities is in the winter. School. U'U"t."Hd'clded he need of the Townsend .lfiillli-t ..
community gatherings: Juneanti i taxing her home, here this week, after ''ii- D( i (On d r rI
may advance until May or it better that vacation begiven I shrink teh fibers and make the i
to minimum But farm people pension plan was set in mo- ;,,
a \'I".t'Ith her sister Mrs Rudolph I .1.. '
nt
1 then decline, hut this year the |in ) \umit, \ i ii I'
pail of the fabric that has, been me learning that they can take bi during this, -n-iis.m instead of lion here when twenty-five merchants 1 I Peters, of Gainesville. i "..IIIin) iny of ft... l, .l I II

vet look different from the rest. tune for recreation and cultural Bureau expects the decline to the summer since the children were agreed voluntarily to place _. I plli-nllon' filla, I nI ,,\ n,
more .
',r the moisture may remove theJtlslt'r Improvement, and still produce less, than in view of prospective In I going to help the family anyway. a two per ct'nt transaction! tax on I Alitbama's- --population- ---in lht last I!I surd hni.'i-M;;:! 1h.u':the:-en ri.lliiwlnw: .Slllil::: d.I ,l.i l.
continued consumer -
on the, fabric' which was enough for home use improvement --- --- I goods sold. Townsendites. Theplan's i rely In the '"II'V nf I:
crops six has increased .
,
217,000.
demand! for meats years I I'd| riurlilH. t lnwitI.i
uuM'cl by pressing, Sometimeseater and for lIul.d.h'd emphasis Is TO I'l.KIMiK: ..11.LI6I.iN'EJACKSONVILLE : : followers/ said the tax collected -- ot t 'i'ir.Itl,. I, i

spots will di.Hiippear, if rub being given to the community as a The number of cattle on feed : Duval Coun- will take care of the club's MI IKK UK ti'i'i.ir \ uo\ 'I.Iclagst'nl. Trnl.\ ,\
was much below average this winter roll 1'UF:1:11: : Snli.i\| | IM..II. ,or Co, iI i
net with a com or fingernail, or'Yen center of rural development and! reductions in ty school pupils will pledge allegiance current expenses. "We started it IMUI>> 1(111Y.. tllH: I, I tr i.l' NI'Itl'4i," 1 ,, I ijuii'

with a piece of cloth followed greater facilities for community and farther mar to the flag every morningin to advertise the I Idea with I the merchants =NoTli'iIS 1 IIKHKHV I 1\ I K.V; That' linn. 2s. TiiwnMiliiKilliKi'
ketings of such cattle appear' likely 'Cillph: I'.I'I viiII, holder. ..f Tux .iVi- :. 12 KiiNt: .
with pressing. under a damp gatherings are being provided.In stated. their first class. That was the J. M. 'lark, the club's llflinliNo= 4Tl!', 1 iKHiii'il th" Jnil day 't'ile .HNPI'Ktlll'lll. uf I It/ .

doth or slightly dampened. tissue at it was instruction of the county board of treasurer. said.! "It will show them of .Inly, A. It. I mi4.: has fllfil xiinie lv; antler the alil. 'u'. ,i 4
last few largely .. .
the
years \e' In thitiitlnH
III in."frirf and haM mail, .I' I i I
paper If the spot Is caused simply the instigation of the FERA und The bulk of the market. supplyof public instruction after a spokesman how the plan would, operate were for. a tax i.pil) / to !>..apilli'ailon I tunnedthiTeini | I'lilffH sold' I i'1-rllfl 't.l t.

by loss of luster, a good pressing lange cattle in late spring and for the Red Cross said l : "We the tax actually assessed and the I Salil. i'crt l Ifli'ati'' embraces deelitrl>. nrr-orillntt. In' I i.?, ,.
with the aid of home demonstration I the ri.lli.ulnn o>xrrtl>." In fly dsscrl. L i-il. I tin.)'"", ,
I"
from irnM-riy|
be the only t treatment neces- early summer usually comes believe attention should be I"
may I workers, community canning more proceeds paying; our pensions. the County nf. tti'itdforil" stale of 1,1 the highest .LWda, '
I( >8 rv.'I' Texas and other southwestern paid to our flag by the students, "Klol'lllH, lllVltUiil I horse. iloor on. ihi I'll--,- \I
constructed, .
have been -- -- -- .
centers to be I llulf nf Smith-Runt< yuarof tinmi.nth' nf M.iy. 111..1 I! ,
Recently manufactuiers have developed where any family in the community States. Cattle are repotted because thee Is so much communism OIL LEASES TAKEN:-'; !' of s.nit h-Kn: l Quarter, Section :tad,' day. ..r May; 18i:I

(, a new finishing: process for making good gains In Texas where, in the schools anti! all aroundus. Twenty, Township/ Si'Xeii, Hut Ml 'thin :illth' its) .
of
could take its products garden "' ,,"'h. Kailfte .. ... Iti7.:
1 are $ "" nty-awn, : .t.
spring grazing prospects generally FORT MYERS- -Oil leases
:( silks that makes them resistant to I and orchard and can them for covering 'oiitalnmg Twenty HITCM morn water Kpots. Such silk is especially favorable. The supply of .- --- |I about 1,000.000, acres in Lee or .leu* .A J 'l"11I.lIA;
r future use In this manner timelyaid grass-fat cattle for the summer ('().--t.; OITOSES I and Collier Tim anseHHineilt of the> said property It-rk uf I'm ill'Itradforil "
useful, in coat, linings which are was extended to numerous families : : ITKCHASK Hendry Counties were under th> said ,rrrllfltate' IH.1 Conn *

difficult to treat for water spots who were helped to preserve market from Texas Is likely to be 1 TALLAHASSEE Governor Cone ]I filed here last week. The Gulf Oil -,,i.ilvan: in the lIa"''I'.t I Ira 1.. 4.2.61.4.30el ;
Adonis
AH for the stains caused by mud their own stocks of produce A faiily la,ge. it was stated in the opposed state purchase. of supplementary Corpoiation of Texas obtained the I'ii less en lit ei'i'tIflcal*. hall b<. re- N .If r.1.IK "" "!.iuu\

M Bureau's outlook report. leases though D. Graham ili-eini.! according, to lit\v. the .'011" % \ D/.1 II
if the fabric Is not washable sometimes of elf-ieliance and independence textbooks for the public Copeland )>ropiriy .
feeling ilt-Hi'i'llieil therein will tie, sold 1 ( *.-nnl. Illll \,,, liln; I
sponging,! with denatured alcohol was engendeied. ---V --- t schools as the State Hoard of Education of Everglades, and agreed. tospend to the. highest lildiler at the court xuTli'K. is ii ;itGv: : ,i-

|1M effective. Many times II \Sf tlI.'fClt.:; \\KKSTIJNK!' discussed at length with- $1<.000 a month for two hoiiHH dour' on t the firM ;.Monday in F.:. .I' l'rliM., hopes" ...fr'el'tlfirate
Community halls have been con the 1II.'h..t Stay l'>:l", ullti-h ,m Hit N:" st, ass. ,. .
mud contains oil) or grease. This atttlcled in .communities too. TAMPA: Hall room dancing Is out final action a set of legislative ', years in a search for oil or gas by ...41 ilnv.. nf ;tir,).. t1137.I : day of July A. ]I'. 1i)4.sHiiif :) d

may be removed with a grease: solvent i Home b'comlngle"s violent. So said.. Mrs. scientific Dated 1 this 27th ilay.of ;March in 'my cur flu'- mill. h.
Land for the building neatly always recommendations proposed by I I| methods. Eight companies I II 1937.; l llitlon. fi H nix. 4.'.-p.
such as carbon tetrachlorido. :Montle Beach of Houston. Tex '
I'' ..1. 1.\1. !SKAT.1)' ) ihi'i'-oii said i-i-rtlfl.-Hf
Colin of In- understood to be
is donated! by some public English, superintendent I connectedwith
Occasionally red mud contains iron president of the Dancing Mastersof A J THOMAS, I'tin follou-lni' "des,''II.I I
spirited resident who is glad to struction. "I'm not going to adopt the liarrun Collier Intelests .clerk of, Circuit, Court (..f"rlr.1 the I ''''Inl)' nf III'a.II'11"I..rhl. :
t cr' 1\\ rust so the stain from it needs the America to the Florida Dancing of them I "! County' Fli.rlcla.. 1 ... to-wlt:
and more ( supplementalbooks
make the contribution. :Men any
i tame treatment us that from iron Teachers' association conventionhere. I provided the l I.md. Wells have been -2-5t-4-SO : : west cjinirli't' ni. :N
women gather und do their own ). As far as I'm concerned i i,1. .. South. nf limit, ?.
I lust. The most familiar is lemon It no longer is necessary to from will for the dug in this area for fifteen years MkTH'K O.. 4rPIJ't'I'IOx; l I..fn flood: Hlitht ofV
now on we .
t and salt building a part at a time. pay .'(11& rCtF.'t:J r tl'in 12 T..w".hlp 6 '
juice applied 1 to the stain.TKAILKIt wrestle stomp or hop about the Soutl 1 1
The building is their community basic. books and no more" said the I but t there has been no authentic re- ITnnlr Illll ,"0. 1O.1I I IUTh'g Zd Knft, rontalnlnir' ,''h t
dance floor she said. And she expects of :-; I IS IIEHKBY: C11VK.V.: : That mere or liThe -.....
IIOS;1'MOONSAItASOTA ; ,", "home. They have a very real the new turn of events to governor. port oil being found. lal: |ih |Pearsall. holder. of Tax. CIT- I assessment of th
sense of ownership for they participated I IIt.-o. : US.:; I Ixniied I the 7th day' i prly iinU-r tinvalil .
attract numbers of oldsters who ..t :\1l1o:1I-t.\ I>. 19:13: has filed name iifil. wan In th. nani- ,
: A pair of newly in Its erection. Hoth men shied away from the waxed floor GUM BRANCH and :Mis. J. S. Sapp. In my office and l has mini application sit caner

veils faced northward last week and women hold their gatherings Mr. for H tax. deed. to be IsHliedthereon. (I'nless said. cwtlflcal.deemed '. -
ago to be attracted back Minn Elizabeth Harimge, ('or. and Mrs. A. D. Norman Said 1 '
for their trailer years ( '1'1 if lent enibrareHthe nrrorilf ni? to ,law
honeymoon. Mr. and "socials", there, The home demonstration
again. I spent Sunday at Graham with Mr. following: described property In i-l-ty (Uxcrllifi! therein w I
and :Mrs. James Tate were marriedin club will have n regular Mr.\ and Mrs. J. L. Gtlliard. Mr. and Mrs. R. M Johnson. ',the County of lirailfuru, state' ut the. hlfthfM hhlclfr ihiilmir
Florida, tOW'lt.Southhalf on the rl ret foniln;
the Sarasota Episcopal Churchon and desirable place to hold l Its :Miss Loh Tsel, China's "Joan of and Mrs Sidney Manuel and Miss Mrs. P. D. Reddish'! and childrenwere > of :Northwest Quarter month of ;Mny. I9.'t7.: w'

Sunday. They met when their Jllt.'CtmlActlvlt.eR:\ will. revolve Ruth Brown all of Benson. Springs of SuuthweslQuartrr' of Section :inl' tiny 1.f .Mny, 1":17" :
Arc visited the United! States recently her Mr. and ; :: ; .
visiting parents, 20 Township/ 7 Smith, Range Dulnl this 2! trailers
weie puked Hide-by-side around 1 It.Doubtless. to seek aid against Japan. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Mrs J. S. Sapp, Monday afternoon.Mr. 22: Kant: eontuinline Ji: ( Acre, 1937.
more/ or lees. (OFFICIAL SRAT)
it will aid In buildinga Norman
two years Ago in Savannah Ga. .- Sunday : and Mrs. D I. Knight And The aKKpdsnient of the *aii! property I A J THOMAS; ,

This year Tale's rolling home better happier more contentedand A pair of rates will produce 68 Misses Elizabeth Harnage and children were guests of Mr. and 'i under. the said' I certificate" t"- Clerk' of circuit
more ( citizenship.With snilVIIH In the name. of, Unknown rirailforil County F .
was parked beside that of his prosperous offsprings in a single year. Gladys Knight were guests of Miss :Mrs. Willie Green Sunday. I'nlexH. mild i-erllflcate shout Im u.- i 4-2-51-4.00:/
again prosperous communitieswe Bertice Norman, Sunday. ileenied. 1 nct'ordiiiK. to law, the prop: -
Miss Leila the
bride's parents and, yesterday the shall have a prosperous State i munity Is a good foundation on Harnage spent erty des,'rued therein will be Hold' II tkI\f: fIr4lt1NFIsits. :
Eldon Sapp of Miami Is spendinga weekend at Pine Level section 10 the highest bklller' Bt the COUItj I ; Non
romance culminated In a wedding. I und a prosperous nation. The com- I which to build rural development. house utter cm the first Monday in i Slate ,.r Florida Cttrirr .cI IIr
few with his with Mr and Mrs B. M. McRae.
Mr
days parents the month of May, 1937, whiih in the II I I I \ I.. 3'atIahasseewhereas

.. i."a-.. .._,..._ M n. I 1 : by Mat InfactonurpKpnlcil '
Y. / I to the unilrrilirncil'
I Leon miide. to iiupi'iir that a i I. -
f LOftlDAHIGHLIGHTS I D / NNG1# f ll.JAI4INAnVE / I'oinpmiy under I the name ,,>' 1'ID.

? IN >...." .,, ,! .\ 11A.NK: : AT HTAltKU! ." .,
Stork, Fiorldn... and ergs: zul.
i'' the I.HXVIof Klorldn. hue '
with all. the prcivlHlnnfc ,-*-.|.111'I.
mODERH FERTURESmakb he .oiiiplli'il, with liy the tin
i't Lows of the Suite of Florida I Iu '
I
i-oinunny" shall. hi. antliorlm,
or ?'RO.Pt.of.LSCUTH ; i I uoinniincith" business Pf Hit \u.Now. .
: Therefore, I T M
t A.R/ik i'I'iiniiitrollcr, of the Start ,," .F
modern .
Cars I tiv Mrtiiiof the nuthorltDt
Itiltlit t Sii-tlon 4131' : of Pit l II:
'. .'l }enr>i jil statute' c>f Florid.*.
'that thr KI.OU1DA [1.\.':"
STAKKi" ..f "Marke In the > '.
7.ZN llruilfiiril. unit, the Slate ."''I, I
1 tl v 1- | In alltluirlKcd. to conilni'n', 'I'
r
I I uses of Hlnkllnd..1', "liiiliop .
I ; .efR .LE1YESTS Kiven with a c-ai>ltnl '
f \ -ir.: : > lF -r NAME FROM TWKNTV-KIVK tliotiriiiiil ,tit.
yotd :" -' AR t I 'Ulvi-n niuli-r mv ham! end .
You Need You Need You Need' I'1 S.MfCE ro 1 of f II-P. tnl. FIIIST day ..f ;Ma111 '

l Chevrolet 1'Chevrolets r I 7ilE ; Thlrtsvvin.1 (I in.TtiotlxHlxl: Nl I' II"',
I ; J't Chevrolet'sImroved l
Chevrolet's M-CCN7 ,ISKAL.I .1 M J I.KI-.

IJI! '' New. New Perfected;;%/ : : I -3-1H-JH-5-1 1 '..M 'if trollf-r Slat F

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iqlvGompressionilveinHea AII-Silent : X; 'IGlidingtii 'l' ". IF'I-f)

'i '. : j Hydraulicf .... .- .\ 1"t l ..pnillf 11111u... KU'llN'tiii'i
.' I = : is iiKiiiniv '31 1.1!L'
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,Brakes ; s 41 tin-n" \.. 4ui! issued l tilt .
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t Z .: i.f //11"\ D. lli.il. haF flfrtini
D'cle"
r Engine Body '' fl i I. anil hil- matt I .il'l'
\ ,-.- I I f"l ;; tux the:Ml,:) to lie, li-nci, t)! ;tl.salil .
'.Y' rr'fKat.1'itilirik." 'In
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f i Th, .S .T!I/) Fret if 'h. toll
.f', ili-N i I hi-I !.t.r(. ol, p'I'p1'I'
vrt> i'.'Kln at Suiithwi-Ki
( ni'i .I l lain! sold|I| ,in. SD', Tl.i
"'. i v S .1 T. MIII, R: '
KM: t ili-iirt-fw South 41 '
tin -.iith II il.nri"W.
y ,r p .1":" (. i th'-nee Went H duel i
1 Si utj I, >i feet thrice :NorthI
I lli-Bl. Rant 3.111 foot ;l.1 i "? .
!1 '14 iliKli-i.' South 41 f i- to I li"B
nlnic, in., sun k.., Swctloi. !'Tw
6 :s, 'I. Ifaniii2: l.l. '
N8 So good that The lint The smoothest So safe
-.
r The:" aiH.minT( | of the enid' l v>
\ tv '''iridi-i1 the wild ,'ortlfl nit "
;,itgives, you both all-steel bodies safest, most so comfortable tin .iiiiine. of Itraitford' CV ,. 'ity, i iI'nlniio
J said cc'i-tlflrat* .hnll I

85 horsepower combiningsilence ,, di-finfil. .., orilfnic to law the I Ifrty
dependablebrakes --so different. : ;$: .h.'r'.I'h..r..I"' '.. will te -
I :2y- St ) rnlt'and peak4conorny. with ever Y:> .: ; I door or. the first Monila3* "i''

fl ai '. ",'-.J' i r' 7t '; month> i-t Slav 0i7: whh; h !II '!.h'I
Ulay I of ;Ma. 1917.
i*t safety. built 7
x.. .1'f"I; ,. 1 Mated this lath day of M 1
"" ) ;,40... t." I 1937
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You get all these features at lowest cost only inCHEVROLET i a-l! -51-\ "nf i'l-U.-rk Bradford of circuit founty.Court Flo' .

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POrtATION piJlS'l I"' '
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: I.I hereby given, that
.Oa LCOnnt.ICat rHH"UI.'r Manta ."\Lo"'II, r.._. !If....... S.M. c................ r'.ttOrr. MIf311.alrTIIaNaeblrtarlON Hank of Slnrkf. a banking corp I
.aM.AWw .... )aurY.nnty.ra/ ,, t, MnM, f4 Lt' uW..i, e...-.a 11I.._. /.alt i !_%%arJ flan: under I the fwiwii. of th. P'a'
i- ra.--w.wr pa-rmrmi*10 ; :yrttut pmr*; I Florida and doing biiKinnl-i

I I wtarkp, Florida, wa placed In 11
I IT was none\ other than HKXI1Y: ': Pi..XT: wlio also Luilt, the elaborate Tnmpn Bay Hotel illation I February \U, 1937. an-'

led the in the of .... then. .r. r>nvi- wee appointed a* I.I'll"
way turning; a prir.u.1 .1 :.T- OIMof tLc mont luxuriou.ily appointed the tor th..rrforVou
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, I THE ONLY COMPLETE CAR PRICED SO LOW I iiriw on Florida's gulf coast into one of the t nni-n! wo. Iii. of any anti kind each or of nature'-011 having aKainitflank '"

spots of the world In 1SS1 1 Jlr. dolt, .vitcail.J: ) T: .i: rfN-EAPPLK f '= wn long! nt-o on-rid to of Piarko' ) are hereby m'

a new ra.lroaii from Waycross, Opor.riu. to JackHonville that dm i.Til legal proof of '
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-.y sub-tropical country in the vorl-J and: must h.. Tiled. with, K.. J Dov'
and; later estahli"hed mn all tiopica his. office In the think of St touHdlnir '
Service on the St. Johns from Ja-Ufonil! to Sin-: cr.-r.iiis.; It
claims'be
grows on a low ragged plant with, otherwIse your
ford. ]In lfr: 4. his South f'lol'i.n! .' I forever barrid.
r: -,1 l uiipened "n' ; ;IIr.: leavenn.l
,pvrpetuat itself I.y..rona The above notice I I. ylvtn In <
Torode Chevrolet Co. from Sanford: i .
to Tarn'' a .n I. Crow out of the base of the I'llanre with, the pn.vlvir.nn of

tahli, ,.It'-i! the :Li'< ,t pular plant: nran. tlon Uio : and Section, 6104 Compiniri '
In Florida e :, 'lit, rut pJue....).K., ul-n U.- l Lows cf Florida.
STARKE FLORIDA vice between Tainpu Key Went ana i... ... .. ;..w'lrlQIn }'t. Pierce Mouth J M\ LEK.
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',..H, 1 HvriisT It. I'ricf,<'VaMor HI'KOI I I' Governor Cone Promises 'I


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U I meets at l 6 30) p. ni.v IN SENATE NOW SALES TAX AND RECOVERY ACT 'GOVERNOR '

;. \ \ ship., 8 00 p. ru Meet Expenses WILL FORM 2 BATTLE GROUNDS AT OPENING OF LEGISLATUREtAsks 'I.J J

I .i Meeting; Wednesi'i Without Tax RaiseIs

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\ "' i/or, service, Wed11 Real Problem mar for FloridaHecovery \ For $5 Auto Tags ; Old Age

I Adv nueS amt opponents of a I Legisliitors: predict

""J p mill F'Inahrng expitndi-it( ,\ gn 1('>" l<1\n1l'1I Hate sales tax will provide< ample i Art designed! to outlaw Pensions ; "Real Money" For

JlOUI.T; 'III'ltl II t.il ucllvities without Inl'r\'lllll.g, firewoiks for the legislature this chain stores will provide a battleground Public SchoolsUovernor

it >l :\Iolltjt..n'r. l'.tor hula It the I piuirlpiil problem fntn session I for" this year's session.Senator .

I pA:' i tinol 10 a. m. thiKlorltla i Lenislaturc whichopened Fully evidence of battle cnniinim Henry C. Tillman. of thundered-I -- additional, lax burden upon II
Cone
Fled ting any
Worship 11 11. m. Us twenty-sixth regular" biennial Governor Cone, who said) Tampa, who fattier\.1 I the act which
M ,, j I in the 1S>33 I'g Isla. the of economy In government the peopleSp"eluutly
defeated\ cry
League/ 7:15: p. m. Session Tuesday( 1 n 'that "I'm not going\ to sign any was membeis of the Twenty- 'the governor urgiM,

:.:.1, \Vorship. 8:00 p. m.nvlted Governor Fred( P. Cone has sil: <\ tales tax and they might; as well" i toil e. said; and sixth urged Florida. Legislature, to 1""I'yOl1t for, legislative/ study, :

y: to all these servITCIINterUn repeatedly the problem can be solved not come up heie hollering for it, "The Florida Kecovery Act will piincipal, planks of the platform Abolition of all continuing' up' '

measures senate Piesulent-l>esigniue befoip. the Legislature f I
by prudent economy .. iirvl from be into and establishment of
onhlrh he was swept proprlatlons
-Church and! more" bualness-lihe handling of ({,lit I". who i lied such a levy "I am more convinced( than ever olfice when he ilellveied. his biennial the "common pot' for all rnon>>v !

funds collected from existing tax inevitable." stores should! beuIr'hxhed' returnIng '
chain
Pastor 1)'I'OI'lIl'lt address to a joint/ session of In these appropriations" by

IV. ,. rge| It. Lowry eH. Comptroller M. Lethas other( legislatois promptly oftered senate and house members Tuesday revenue to the general" I fund! 1

y! I, iuServices: :, : School.. greed with him but many leglsla- ,, fiuther pnsd'of. this dis- I Said, Sfiinlor" Spess.ird L. Holland with each department, board and' .t

:,; "i m Sabbath live lundern" have ilechn-Pd" it Is mu agieemenlTypical tow commission taking its share of the \
of Hat :
; '", '11 Morning; / Worship thematlcally impossible if the of strong feeling on theubJ'ct TinUoviMtior., in his first appoainnre 4; ,
V'es- "I 1 shrill certainly. continue to oppose l I'fll"IIw legislature as fund.
1'eople'a > "
Young bemet. I'muk of Senaloi -
to the i
n -n needs of a growing state are .ta was
1 \ legislation! InIhis ron- Careful analysis of all boards
executive t ,
-sirvlce.inmette. Henry C. Tillman' ot Tampa:: ( strenuously any I ih*'> state's t chief 1
', which farther than lowered commissions.. with a view I >
field lent end
by Pastor demands'for tni I goes Mfetently' calli-d govein-
I'hU'f among the m'\\' V 'I 1 Ill n x lilt, as much opposed I II .
to I
fair regulation. ot consolidation" f pi
'' taxation and till costs urged allocution abolition or
::,'I''lce1I..slOn: funds! is 'the virtually\ univ'u.s'illy i sales tax as I am to .small-pox lilliI' 111(01 .:
tl .. Stu.ly.1"IiY" 1 After defeat two years ago of pioper fntuts, for payment\ of old vent Uselessness" expense or ove: '
;\ the' bubonic plague
need for piovidinj tiphtheim or 1
Service. rrcogni/i'il I'' ) vliult/, the chain store( tot t. a compromise ..,1- pensions. ,and school costs. and lapping of, dunes
social security through old ajsipinhlimx ( 11114'' fnlliiux\ L'j. j tnbllgatluns
'I. ,, ,,-li-i-ti. tills t altitudr toward a suloi- le"iKneil/ In ,place licenses and 1 look a flat footed, stand In opposition Kaf'guu''IDI"lI"m..L: '' : debts <" .
child,\. welfare, md, for dfI Cll.ll, .'\ ] I I II' In his )
,
,iul liuptlnt riiurcliiv reteipts taxes' on all storeisradualed ".. IlIllOl1, >>1 taxes of anykind" l governmeut.itdepartment .
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-.riiHH .o any
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r\\i executive lollowei 1 ): ;y
i; rvu .i' chief
r.iitor cmlent mothers and( aH"lstaniifot i .": Lt... ,- -. t. i si L t iv the
on
Hemingway, sharply upward conliol of all expend!
: \ I o. / ,.,. .1 I 11'1' n'liiv. of his predecessor.. Dave I ,
Bible tin- needy blind, The( State Hmirdof >'1111 in' 1 I. t hoi' : i Inpolicy ofto'll'
,!\ ,r-y Sum ay. \ tin ins according to the number appropriation' ,\
g., at 3'30 Social: Welfiie unlit AT.Min.oii( .''. Mom' I ,u- ioun'\'' 1 letl Sun lux -*holtwho fought t such n tax( He urged, the legtal.iluie carelully lure by legl.slatlvc .
m Services ,, units was adopted thebudni't of 11h..n"f'\ tax"*
h. tit's In' two legislative Hes-" I to consider:: iwerlng I and collection
vi-.ir will Inririiiiecl| und thel- \ ."1'fullait;;, "'-'tiv.+ !h"I i | 'thioiigh, his

i< ::,Tuoon.BKIIIKI. \ i-i.il giivrt nnn-nt will pay $,,,".>s-, lend a busy lihtm' the n,-M SIMd'lys. ;. > sions.Few. I'm I <.I l Act( I plu-ld, to balance taxes Instead of on the hllsls'f 1> lit It'/I terly assess ;

> iirucuU :! In recent: statements for lh'e'' and senate mi, ing tuxes to balance the budKit UWllt by county lax assessors"I .t
: it\rrisr M'D( if the stale pays, :t.TI0.1i2O members ot house t'ouil.' I after ? ,
; The
I- A. tin iisk'. PastorS I wellrecognised TIIt'grllph.ellollur:\ Johns.. bus soldhe have publicly endoiM.nl U sales! : Supreme deflated much I I., $5: CO license I ngs/ for all pleasMVtiscd believe. I will be able to 8,1 VI' r;tthe
I ,, .?, every first Sunday. demand nf the public was opposed to a no-fence law tux this year, but'Ialol'; (iillissaid \ l11'ah.hili\ appioveda ( atitiiniobtles.. suitable old t people. of Kim Ida thin" year In J ,j i ithe J
::; -v = ( .tt the statute '. fmchools slate. road + ;
,
.ul l money"" of Ihe I
:School;: 2:30: ( p. m. 1933 and, would 1 also fight I against a salaiy he found on a swing aroundthe one-half ... age pensUins.; t man.igeuieiil,/ 6
The .nl.\
,t nuns -ihiiolH. for" stile t aid. receipts, Lax( per \ instead of leaving I It's'hlxls ) ) without itupatting .,J)1!
andcircuit $5u0nu0:!
and PrayeServices muse, fat' cabinet i-rficera' state that I senators privately independents r depiii tment f', .
Eiolr Study vmed' to lonll'lhllle0.,00:\ t which now applies! alike i to ,
I
legislature class road
: of .
.. any "t.
to depend upon I 1111' efficiency'
,\ierv Saturday; night.st. for t'lIdIIlIil of one teacher andthitty i Jti Iges I l1ntllslall' employeesin .tot Oft it a "reluctant"t belief that a and i bains. The heavier mutable I' :"it.0iiain ,41 '!j \
: ( .
nut $ ,
had beenttilsed. of taxes that might tiuilding' or miiiiiteiiance;; 1
CliurrliHorning piii"' | Thin, +iimounted to the 10'bl'ackl'ls sales tax cnnnot !hi' avoided. chains sponsored l byIndependent : school. I' ."O.OIM In ,. 41
:M-iiK's Episcopal I, been l I 1. Miss Ueoigia: Bath rynHaynes The Issue. was raised. by the g..n.el'IIlujr..cml'nt levies' on "r sufficient lo finance our Itie( Ing oit'puiIatent, ; $ >
and has declared
Sf'rmll1on $$10rii.0)( < a year merchants were blanches 1 of ;,0.111101 .
all $
in
pray.and economy I "Q'"I'I1\t'nt' l ;
: will serve as the senator'ssecretaiy that money must. be system the >"V""I('
unii fourth Sundays at I paid., School!' interests want at ,'oust ItuIional.\ The 1:1'11,11u"tl'tI opposition' $r O.OOO In I
line ; >
,the Hi-, ana l dutlng, the sessmn.Solons I several an estimated i 10111' slate' goveinment; In l the hotel ilepailmcnl'
found for puipus-n
Communion SaintsPav least that much for the coming occupational license was upheld of kind board J75.0OO m .A1
taxes any ,
11 1 a. m Holy 'fls'l $4.700,000) for old age l> to additional the. milk control ;; "II j 1
choir
and and, increnaed ----- ;t
u 10 a. m. Litany cal years '!I'n'l 1 To those I f.imiluirllh the (Cone management( of the I state racingcoiiiiuisslun
similai security
Friday night t 7:30lirlstlan : ments will boost the total amountto DividedOn sions and of litigation the' .ricommenlatinns said.' Ii '
,' :ictite every and the belief ot,! some that nl'w' The tax long a subject ;I campaign; ypeecheN I the govetnor 'F.

well over Stl.OUiMlOO a year. PlanThe produced. only !F2."iO: OOO tor had I a familiar ting, but the I that I will rivet h '
'One-Pot' '
a m costs' of slatl'Rovel'nmnl. sources may;" be -ssentlal" to continue : I "I can 1(4, ,lily say
-'Church Administration producing $10..piOO.OOO to 11. '! schools! in the fiscal year, ending governor' went fnitlii-r.l I Ibis practically $1.01111.0') ) Inin.itiagement
the year
< of
operation of the II
the Christian( Church institutionssuch of novo Cone to lump ''rnn.OOfOl'\ the public schools.Miimj "I'ist June :80. because. most I I Speaking boat" the rostium In ; .ii'all d"l'ultn\t'l\t.'
at
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plan
!;?;.e'es com, Is and the various about $7OO.OOO. .,. de- aflectmg ,
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'oll..tnH.I.tallng, ,'h.,1111" he without'
house
h fell ( 11111"1,1,1
and evening common : 1'iiit the j.immed miller
in my
morning for the insane levenues a .
all state b
,,tvrSunday us the hospital \ W"IIml'nd,1\ while, the coin' Isdecided "if, slate is to glowmd .. of these dfUlH'lll.N ,
.'..II..llhal out' Ihr'It'Irlency'
-.. "n and seven o'clock respeclNr. the pIRnn. the schools, of corlection fund from which appioprlationswould The financial pinch' was accentuated of the at t of, ;
\ what potllcns It must be I n-lii-vi'il I
:: 1\ for boys and gills, the be made gives promise of by 1 : the campaign, backed by legal prospet 1 taburdens, for' no |poi:: ". ..-- .. '.- 1
------- blind controversial issue at Tal and legisl.i- were ome of these" 0.0..nllnlll"I.'u ji?
---- for the deaf nnd the being a lovetnor, Cone many The /guvet not
11.1R.'ptesentative homo receipts have( stepped : ridden, debt, bindrneJ'nnntryi'n'IIIIii \ 1i1! : iII
: 1-OK |. )l automobile hrense'tag :More leccnlly tax for the year'
) IHM'XK and other activities must be financed. lahassee.When, lots' for lower l'uat'pnlt 'I "I't "rsunllhly''xp'rt!
from D.ideorge xhaiply.' now that al can ever rrmain prospeiOIIH \ state >>t Ii K
.. the possibility, of up' Income\ of the
the
]. The tale budget commissionlecommended first announced" ( it drew prices al1lly has been heldvalid \ thai I
statute will
(I r, ;,- K H..tt. will fath- expenditure of $S.- endorsement from a number! ofsotiri gross: receipts. tax. lepenl. I I of the I''iulida' 1'turn, all sources"

e '1 iv.-nient' for n constitutional 7j5.7i: ; : annually' an Increase of < os. Opponents soon appeared In addition, financially-minded. and (''Comptroller\ several I M; nun Lees I The stali-'n. Income, he (rontiiuifd' I amount to at least. .. $1 IH.tiOOM)0) j j"h..h t

stalled, suits In the mi about $1,
unican -
of
establish a Iii- has Inlo'o".loI"I'III1..n" Inciease
laige
t" out no .iking l.s 1111
nt members point
m. these prominent legislators
for Innrpusestioy'I'no1' then
:!
since \
$731.803
and (tom mer : List. ( 1'
legislatureK duPont ti"s to forte. payments ot the I income of the U :3U, togetherwith
on- house Cole declined, to con- of both houses' hive expressedthemselves hot II anee tax stub is the i I ivisi (Ono 41011 over yeai

.,-i,,1t with, members of his cabinet\ or con on the Issue tax paid, in 1935: and Hi.'iij: ) now Is In chants.:, I I two, ye.us unlit the prospective income II I reasonable. business I nuinaffluent

\! Hull wll propose" one house "ur recommendations I pro I I "uncut and. delinquent collections for" tinyear I I''I:!Ii will mlease of our 1 state will show a.
of I these sight.
members some the I force of I this dilve., In amoiini Hiifl'iclcnt lome $l.f>)Oi.l oo Increas.!,
under an of about
-ieventy-five I
'itito I he believed., ,I costs could bent 'aelleonly'l School leaders made, no reference saving '
houses, flying l 1111'" current I us $250,000:! a all dfpaitiiiiMits, of thegovnnii'cnt Is no leal lea.sonwhy "
lot llieie
.it, the present, two In numy In,t.1f'c"s" anil ,.ompievlims > I of the SM.OOO.OOO to the sales t.tx in adoptingtheir i I icaihed as high xxx and I
about 5iS.uoo.uno:! the 'IIt..1' all ixperiMes
,
committees said. this including; cannot take
t: members; no uxpemllluiea' eliminatedallnKtther Kloilda Is h.inlled legislative program I last month. The Comptroller : we
in I
erect vote by each memberi I spent annually automobile HtlllIn meet Snci.i; Seciiiity:; old age/; uf. every stale departmentIncluding '
u- i budget. Gasoline taxes : week but Insisted that I Int'nml'1IIbh'd' the 1I"-CIIII"1,( without I
In the for the secunly -
; md assiMtiim social.
$:>.000 a year the I
bill salary lecelpts !
,
> I> 1 the school
i depaitmeiit. and gross
leideis state road rates on the
the license
worthwhile citizens to Two legislative I )go dire t to to monthly payments ,ilfpt'iidi-nl i-liildii-ii.. additional. tux burdens> at this

ti attiait, session each Stuart Cillis of Gel uniak Spiinga' certain other revenues : law both now allotted dppl0pIintiuns'ith" regulailty.All !\ -- .--- -. "

""glalatlveK'1''lce; a or inivw who will! be piesident e>f the :Sen-; go direct to the school fund fedtnit ''lI..hollhe\ left as they are 1\ ( ----- ---- lime\ \ .
MEMBER
biennially '
eat' !instead of of Tallahassee roaddeluttmenl's ROOKIE other recommenualions.SloriOiMMH
William C. Hodges automatically the Among '
eith- rte and aid l is -- -' 'ischnols.
call ,
>f ,'ml'l gl'ncy. upon) state senator, whom Gil- : funds.. for county retliermnts I -- L-ould be raised "I was Just wonlerinf ) a year. for publir J!

'I i 3t 'he Governor or a majorityof : those convicts Kte'd! 11.i/en popul.ii. voting man all possible al'l given ',
rostrumagu'eed -- advance Job Hunters I couldn't use" with
the I' In
to be 1U\ will succeed on l.s earmarked |; Asks '? if we his,, first ,
chi members; membership officers I somewbele, elsemd 'Dl Hi' ".It i win-" is i-rvtng uf higher. learning
institutions
to : with the cabinet and various commissions and agencies ; To Stay AwayGovernor profitably I. 'in ,theLeglslalutI', to U.
according : run i tments.siii.plifleutlon
|)|>'>rtional I strictly the that the progressive needs. of aglowing are supported, by Inspection onother \ : buy tlil.s stu'.f from ,the faim- .'"1111111 midiU, of all ill-put II
thus, eliminating "Thatwould I tax'01l'rtl"n ays-
said. of : f
population drastic economy nor '
state' made collect.The fi'B. the I gov '
fees they lojobhunter.s
unfair appoitionment, Cone. has appealed "lour us o'ples'n'ally'1 ''t'lurl"n op.i.uoiml
pn -"t unwise. I ... "h'" complete it-vision, I"emwith rnnipiilsiity I
.. population moves governor's, CIOI11I'"I"H away from his leqiiuc I \ fiomI iil \
.re-, .rithi gieater sugges-I to stay n-plied M.i\o property. i
of the governor's, \ Cornmusorer I tonvlcl system. '
One
the matter. is In d|"I 1'111iu't > I
'
:.iif' greater representaoneliou.si m ol'lnlolon office while' Legislature In eumparii (
that allcolleitioiix of pitsunsSARA L, I lo agriculture
:.i>.nn on money mat lei s-- of Agilculture Nathan: who Is. tend Hi1 abilI

,esotlln.Ill' ._ __ ,. -, Mill' the slate's financial
be place l In a general ___ H' -
collected by '
Lt-gisla-: ; Mayo: Insisted money statement : I. i. nit); "reasonable. and Sul'flro'. '
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out only lor ex- of I sIlllln a prepared 'U0':: 1.\ \ Mull, r
ml'mb'rs.'eal's. fund 1 unJ bi paid \ for inspection I /dt: r I illn ,I P' of the ell'
ly-three Bpi-tclflcaliy uuthorizeil, t by us' I'epuitment and "I fee! that' my duty as governor Circuit .llid(' \\ I l-"o< -- 'tor the pi-i>-i-tlon
and, each 1"1'.l'" ; products ; SOT A jtj
rei-tillzer. petroleum myself to-I (I
\ ,, I
ItMrl'cial tnut' apply ,n-duHtiv, '
the legislature I thua abolishing II be user! solely : "requite- p.irie1. v'I
should jury 'f
his ruled here a |
as lU'inn
*:!872: a year .- other ward coopeiutmg' with the I 1' Itari bon u halt I,,+
.ippi ;
and :
tends coniuuinjs; : woik L.gIRI"-1 I inu II"I ,
tinsptcial the tin I.
'. on l-'loilila tlehpite from
,
all.drg
ic, total Bpproprlii- b.ith : : r hate, while in s -.ssion"Therefore .ah.! In I'niii-i-tloii of luuliHays; ,
jiiiaUous' meet SII1'P'I. '''el against ''Hi.HI 1 t II.
t '. m- .n"'- t would;! rt s names' aie included I vi-lucles !tutu .for safetynl j
\ i i xprrv-L-! within, hi' ialnmtami i ; it will be Impossible Omen a .- -i i '..ailed. t
.md. oipoaiU n For general Jtateopeiation ) 11.11of\ Arcudl.i. 1 1 > i Kd : ::1.,1111n slrlrl, law.igiunst :: .- i
.f i- i ,ub' 'is rapidlyI'.ills "n'1 the m niuy' friends. in regardto I 1 tar Mac -i, "tinvi'llt'rf, public '

for one-house ; atiKmty legislatoisTotal but willingly pay theopecial : for meto sec my while theLeglslatm'e I with perjury' ] altei she t''ailedn I I diunki-n nail leckless dm ,*,' t'
and Jobs
collection"> from all sourcesit l tax for maintaining high position; trial I",.' ( II obiliumed W IIItol "nil the railroa: i I r '
in moiiill 1Inll..lcr .. to
trustlhat
IK- pending t iMS.dun.Ouui. : .' session and I RiHiiter' .powi-r
is
.I run ;nmo tries hoiiguod. ?
levcaue their In.tu / amendmentHiviiix iitesholli
Twoi standards In the nineteenth .In, Height :
the states. ('. predict- I friends will leti iln fioininterviewing I'' 0 ommiHHion'' to enforce 'I'
no
.>t Govoinor I my vnt- nl I'
i"''i i claim; i hut Oulu'rnl yt.u' /; ; : women the lljjht to ehnng" In on railroads, nnd I highwaysImproved I I
: d 11: hililIlHl total collect luns me In regard" to' positions I,.,:
i u I'heelt\ to {pi"'V ,I would, amount to $ I'k I I Comptroller! .1. M Lee joined while the Legislatuie so gave them the ii igh! to seivi oniuii ,l' 11>11 tI"11" ,( gasoline: tax money game conservation t

i ""m hurried actionadvocates Juts ;yeui I .VHP In backing the general fund ,, and jobs ."
))1' vas. hold that unlouse !1 vUll.IIII.). \' plan." Keluing Senate I'tesulentW is In *".!lIUl\. -- statute limning Jury seiv 1 ijovenor; ('one's plan lo killing, of ,alllgatois: Sti 'icier law f tcnfurcemenI. /
-V I
if th-
m legislation The bicunier- The "Big Top" he believed the proposal\ lUiconsti-1, Judge Harrison slid the supreme He will join Senatoi, Johns in waging procedure ratification <

.eta ione house would be eas- SARASOTA New: York on the flist.eg tutlonal. TALLAHASSEE Commissionerof toldUovetnor otn o t bus held that a constitutionalrirmndmenl I i a bitter, tight' ugainst' pioposeisof child' lobar timendment. taking the lit J'
toward Nalnan! : Mayo ,
'I t, utupt than two; I the unliiiiHts rode tawtilt0utih Agriculture/: did not change an existing a no-fence law.Several ",ul.1 cert"if t fie. race track wag I
of. a, 10.000 l mile :.(t"TALLAHASSEE C'.nc( curing u cabinet I be fund
would must I revenue
BEI1 Il
'''att that one house "7'I:N ; law The change - eis 1 for the general
,
lIWO employes .
ihii'ty states. Some An act to meeting the Hi-lle Glade prison of the legisl.'itute. --- be I used for statadvertlsing I
ten because an act to
'i void corruption about by with a portion
Kmglmgios. brought "; have g
of the The (iii nitprraluced of England ,
the (It'gsl.ltorli, would! not so easily md performers I stop "timber iiistling," which costs'' farm Is "really pjytng. he sanl.F'ulcon't ; quei-ns time of ;; repeal of the law sulhorizing -
led the
und Bailey'um- of ill at
,'r und Bainurn I huge, sums of money !"" OOO) pounds a been coinmnneis a state school book de- f
g'' pon5iblhly. 111'1'I landowners ---
"' -f becoming u nationwide bined circus wee aboard the its' annually: till be sought during the beans and ,,().flOO gallons of yrupIn have been known to liven their mm .11.ige, to 1'11(1111I1mon'l/: i pos'toiy.' with! text books! to bo t tI

Ial train. The show opens Florida\ legislature the cm rent season he s.iid a l'rhNA by the : l' :
Legisla- of the consignment
Florida of 10 on
quo -'on and the 1937 session the age bought
I I '
beansA
Madison! \ Squaieharden I .
LI" will have to meet It. Tampa 54th season at ,' About 80.000 pounds more slate board of education( better '

April 8. of state Institutions :'4 4amplification :
-r'nun.' business" management

-. -- 1..1 Y"IH"n OF ROOKIES 1 l I '

1 I I SENATE OF l Ketentlon of the emergency\ seventh ; .1

M I YEARS AND I STILL SAY- : 1 cent gasoline' t'I'Ivy., with
MAD. PAINT rod I I
documentarystamp
L It of age.veilgroomed of '
i years
: the Senate \ attoiney. ,.tMte and! Intangible, tax: In AS for fi f ;
and a. In
Can't Fool the Sun ; Seiyte (lf veterans of freshmen other hand have seived befoiem etfective! House leader fullest levenin1.Financial I .
.1 largely' bus been a
HuuHco"polI.1 "'hilstle'
I the other, exceptGeorge ) to municipalities
HOUR or \ assistance:
of theState's one ) :
attack Holution andHenry two .sessions. i
will for
reference
Dame of Inverness with !
: pioblems; thlsyeir. A. Ihe lobby. In the more s"- particularly J'
jI'1/L Paint Il'glsl"\'e H. Coulter of Cedar Key Across municipal highways which ,
House another native to
,
chamber
:
Senate! I
cheap I I The thiity-six others" Include manyveterans. late Floridian I> Stuart Cilhs:, of now receive no hem-tit of the g.s' .,
penchintfor :
with a
who won
The observeM liesides the five 4)' y
,
will occupy Mine lax i
I find it covers research finds that. more than I last year forum the DeKumak Splines of I Isms' now hell \\1. !
result you'll miiieading
A piomotlon : ;
can't be < a officer's dais.Jilll.s r
.wind and weather than of the ninety-five Housemembers 1 served In the lowe the presiding nonpayment of a
more surface per gallon tlxty !Mouse, several nominated by holdover by the state for I
with cheap house paint. modgives electi-1, 1 last. year for theIn31 I eirlier. and manylave ( wan
l better l! 33 or '
-covers .)1 aneh In end of the tuxes I'
milk. cheap paint at the "
Sen.itois ,:
skimmed saw legislative '
like befoie Senate l
paint It better job in every way. I session n-ver had one I 01' more of the MlSlerniratl11n of the state's prl- k. +
full for a little you a l!>35: session. as' piesident
can get a pail 2-4-t will look" Rood fur years .. serviceCone terms. and according toLimehonored nt.uy I'iws to make fraud und error 11i.
.
i3
but there's no "nourish My the 1935 Houae are Houses 1937: Sen.ite changing d-te of .. 'I r.
,, after cheap paint has chipped tom In key positions, in both I custom his selectionAill impossible; ."

\-01& la it. It may look good the M cracked curled up and died. 1'O.. KJimei, of Martin. George however will be seasoned Inglslatoi b> intit'ied nt an opening or-' plate primaries from the firitTuesday ;
more ia i Lake. J Locke tl lie between
-but it cons tbrook of presidingofficers. in June to "any
and experienced
i..t
have to boy more H want to be proud of your f'inell.is.! Chatles F:. : \ani/allon meeting.Suave fifteenth dayof hy t.
you of the
'cause ; r
you Kelly, Juhnll\\ determined, recoglied -
Lot aDd it doesn't and spared the cost uf re and J. D. ( I quiet In June" In I I 'ft' $!
doeio'l home- Kiadford. theguidance fust Tuesday
of it-it of The House\\ will be. under I an authority on 1'.1111'NII'l1t'lI .. and the jl
u.i !
t a '
:
Seniie. \
come n the national
-y pro/< !
The truly economic! way to free color card from my : r-lorldiin. horn In Jacksonville" I his fifty-seven years .it PeKun-\ ,I'on'/ention.s:y be elected in pleti- .t.

house i is with my ;:-,f.t bed dealer today anJ lake aJvanMjie Gone are two who resigned/ to> .vherc. be now resides. All of his &ak Spring wln-ie" h.' is I an attorney [ of time-to attend' them t" !:./j'
paint your
House Paint. It i is just what its ; of his special offer on oafUavis i i accept appointments to the cltcuitI ,' ,,,,,onpn'M tar the speakership, I Ht w\* burI.! l I.'ss than elgheeii ASSUrIng your Honorable If a6r; :

One i-l House Paint. I HCtne who were In Hmlies!\ that I have no pet legist I';' J, ,
implies-two for one. ;2 court bpnch.I which he sought unsuccessfully m.."'" uw-iy whenth. <> p'rren'al -
+ttr' name of lin 'I tht homefolks and still 1 andtor than 'Hun to offer and! no desire to di .' l'ta
this
mixed with a gallon defeated by tth.Jr"w! : : early year tome was elected mote .
> gallon 4A it-tlrcd I Iion. but In spilit of eooperat : 1
of voluntarily sits lO' to you. + It.
who
1 I in
gallons others list tiem many
seed oil makes two : thf .fllI Y""I" iigo L.xecutive .
the I
made ..It'af), N'avz..v'from 1 ... N'ewroiiierHIn 1 to se : ,f the u' 'in and assistance" float r
honest paint: My :2-<-l i is .'f. ) I .... th' House Is expected His, s' lertin as piesldi < whose ofri' I I]j\ f

only arsc-qjiliiy ingredients; r'r nrrnt their, pi-ices, new iepre.sent.vlives :le< t its ptesidmx, ,"fficer without'' :"ieniiie; will, cup a legislative- ep.rtment.: an' t'i't' ,t
tea I II
y 39 D. DAVIS! CO.yeari the three seats each the fcpcctul' 8"5' will always be open to you
of In 1
with all the skill my THE II. will\ fill on 11 st "er tht hr-gin "r t
and In '_.aiiyinforward ;
as a paint maker! Baltimore: M.J- fiom Hillnboidiigh County ( Tarnu < itrKlie! I0\ptrl'iu-; mn;, of \\I) I.j. cape by the late fov! aid and information j" \:;.

\ experience ,iMIamii.: Pirn-lias.. I St.I'eterstaurKi Gill's' then be- the gieal, task before yo _
,) i Dade i Chil.siie, will hung to the spe.tkrship I "dfney\ J Citts. support it t '' 'I 4 4times '
I'olk I tf.akelandl"luval in t pledge you my
and
( assistant attmn'-v' general i
of parhamentnry i :nm' sui.-i--s.sfi'" 'J. .
his experience wish a
will und y-it
County Jacksonville i < I IOU for two years He n"xt re- I I
In the roughmdtumble -

Hardware Company have two new men and one vetran prM< tce.! proc-eeilin gained.' ;. of the I IItt..n tuined! to public l.fe as a senatorin session of the better 1937 the leglslatur condrt i:- '
Bradford to
W ;Mel. Christie unopposed House during fouryears' the I 1925-27 ses-ions. tt
tumultous lit it
the people of our great i, ;
'peaker Many counI l 1129 'in t reLirne ;
in
tor 'pin
'indiclute und hH natural ubilcy 'ie House I :
FLOIUDA service cuacluje-j:
STAUKE. two representatives '', governor
!I'
I ties with only one or to' the Ui-natt in I j

p are n.-nJinjf neacomersa ai an orator ;I\\ '\ :, \.



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BRADFORD COUNTY TICLEORPII, ST'RKE, FLORIn.tCANAL .-- S, 11
rAGE EIGHT ---
within sixty This wall $33,000: ODD)
t will i hill :
I 1 Rotary Club TO PASS, days greSJ ....llIIg piss(: mpletion of the ,liimte of apoi' a Ii\!)tI

Bradford County Telegraph 'TOO LATE Receives Charter' GREEN PREDICTSi Florida eiossstaucunjl, I I I I gineera last fallCongressman r., '

i HU preilu'tion: follower' a recom- ,

K-tuhlNhed H77 I TO CLASSIFY 'i'.'.>nllnut>'"I FronPIJ?.' One,i IOI.IF.'ES'OI:! I, WILL BKGIN menUjtnm. "f !'o1,1) (ten FMwuid playing what hi ,

I.'J\ WITHIN I SIXTY :M M.nkliani! chief of army engl- :l i (n>il fountain pen
MElOERv Hr in'4 I:1.L K.YArrrrt Mi t4 L A. Davis Mrs J. W
? rr. 1"1..1,1. Pre... '...n.t. I Andl'ews. and Mrs O.) L, Heasley I'A5'S I : ,me'1< upholding! ln! isilility if HecrelaiyVcon ',
i
FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION \ I A color scheme of red and while : tin. ,nnnl lnd urging! ,,n e .gqruprta-. | ing u nole to nt/, i I;:

I t.'v.> Just| flnishod! reading an ad writs' carried out In the Uble tlor- "ng..ssn1.11' K A C.ieen In'nllhlnt..n lon t, flit tnue the w tk) The report" lo C..ngl"t; t

.'' C1J.L..Vtd 7euct.L1'uhlished nice, copy' of Governor Cone' oratlonv' A continuous line message to the legislature( It'i flaming will flowers wall placedthe
and Hntered: a- Second Class "UraighlforwoH I to the point, and length of the long banquet table -I
: weedy! on Friday's Florida ii-\eiils I the sincere. cli'slre" of the Intt'ltlpHIle-cJ will red and! m f LO -HIGHUGJJTS 6!>iE tt..w1# f /f.m
Stark :
:'Ilatt'r at the I'o-l. (Office at :J'hiel!' Exerutlve to fulfill hU( cam- white lapel IT silver can ,'Ilbra ,.
Other attractive arrangements ot
Editor: and Owner paign/,\ (promises.
;
I'. I.. :\I.atthc" In printed form Ita enlnel; cut flow; were soil t: to lulvmUagi

1 icklnv, in triple negatives and eolcirtul .::1 li.i! .an .:.t,irlumCMTc'oPEN ISMA.j.\ .\-.-c ....,
'mI'TJOlLTE: ; attends tlvCiveuior'j
Nt'ISt{ phiaseologv tlinl .
AdvanceArhcrlNinij I ;', spoken, v. iml, but it IH, GF hYlc. % .us \J
Yearlv. 1.1);;! ; HMonth; -, jjc-Payahll'; ? in : fear and 'undei'hi indublc and will

Hate-: on .Applicationiiv ippeiil' I lo the iiVi-uige eitizen( and TO APPLICANTS -(" .-

'"--' Ltxpayer.>: (OfK-K.s! \ ANi"; Tf1'Jr.IJ.HLE : /; .;, ,

so LITTLE: I ivir.KKST: J IN SCHOOL() IM.IXTIONS: ?: There desire'Is a note to of serve Blnceilly running amhumble .\\'.\ : 'j'"I< > ( ))1\'V<; q
!MEN! ;; I KKKrustmitei : :
It that will get under peo-
to liaMltto, t the death if anyone though
.
Most of IIH \\ flilld pripai'e ple's' ..1<1118. The appeal foi econ : .Kit, .i I Jo' :Mump .,in:
proponed( to tn'' away our! I'i rht t to. ; tine* : and yet: with ..my. good. business! management, fount,, il veslrnnr" I that t 1 i (ciu....tu.sMllltuiy

sill this, we: often. tale\; our pmiliw of tin Imllotery Ugh ti 1' and opposition. lo any form of a<.J- Ti.imin-l'tmp \\,1.1., 1 i I.

tin piiiMi-lnal vvattr. which U never missed until the 111 Ionil taxes meets u responnlvi! hell lIon, la the I ninth. Corps
--like \ third I in the public mind. Area for ill: yoiuu' nun iiiU-ic-ti" I lThese
well ruii' (dry. Regardless of how practical 01' : camps;) ait.' aiilhon/eil I I",

r For instance vitae the pitiable! handful of freeholder Impractical, logleul!< 01 illogical the : .Jongii'Sh: und supports! I by I-Vil" i .'nnit'ils

turned out to \'ot"! in the school trustee election hen "oveinot H icfommendations, may and offer theouiiK .men I n'
who
eli- he us to Imw thesilt, -shed ends I the country an opptntiinit.v. to of:
Tuesday. 01.course'! : r pot\ all regular nullified(\ \ voters are may be ncliievid,. thole I is, no tie lain tiulmny t:) > ,(ti/l'u/>IIII'. li n.li'i
'h'cl ion. Toote then n person must also I' loimuoik, .. .niu'iialiiiit.v t"itmstRuleil
ynbU-: in I a tru-t.-e ( 'i> mg the fait 1 that they ale gen ship
property, owner But compared to the nunv ally di. .11'd I und the rider Fxecu-: uutlunlt.v. and th"1
!I.
c a taxpayer--a did turnout live lugs liMHi'il the hall to the Leg) 1 th.intito impirno t hell' 1hY, ) ly .. I Y ,, /-
email 1.11\. t' \otid. the number that actually I Ds Ar a f tL .r, dy ,rllx"
lx' who .
r ifimtuic- anti alu.lln i the> 11'0 amulxl t iK-.ilthlul uulilum ettlt 11 t l q ;
was mineralily) small. ,mood tll,' right end or through undingi ut no expense' tu themselves -

The Ti'k'tfriiph hates: ( to admit it. !hut \\o are probably! H.\ I the center the multilude In I the The 1 camps List one monthComplete A't al '
I grandstand wants a touchdownAs ini<"i mation may be t 1;1 i R ltu v ti'
seeming m.glig-l'IlCI' a< anyone else, ; R 1 v 71a ;
for this I v
:
much to (dame the Iwentv-Kixth Legislature nblilniil, In' VMIIIIIK t" Charles UKlliott
ayi .
Having I'liioyed in the( pint l two weeks a fairly! good run of of the Stale of 1 Kloiida begins itjission : ; Colonel.. Inlmtiy, C Al T t 1 1 LI f 1

other news we o\'el'looked. \the t tiustte election heyond I) I running those with no selfish in- C.( Otlltei Post Utici Liiuldmn'
iciest und lonecim'd, only with the I Atlanta, Georgia for descriptive
election
tinrc'Kiilar U-jral :ad\ei !ti: ement' \\itliout which nu :( lleallets ;
and bl.mkI
: welfare and advancement of the application
\, can 1)0! held. I I'.utet, in years: pa-t whenM- have made ,' slate as a whole. sincerely hope I ': bra .

r;: front page news of an nppmaihinK i : trustee election, the total i iIt that hat tnony and good will will I| JOHNS'HAZEN A ; 'Ste't t N+r
j i between: the amit'tetutivc !
legislative
I prevail
number of voters luis,; been about t the same. ON COMMITTEES
bi.imlies' i>f government
-t Strange it i is,; that we shout from housetops and waver dining this lijlng petiixl. It Is '(
:
LOCAL LKGISLATORS SKUVKON
flaK over the election of a constable, but take little or no I my honest opinion, that the Governor i ; 13 SEPARATE:

interest,; in picking the men who have an indirect: hut: very i uiJ that sincerely the bulk desnes of our to legislatorsate cooperate I I GROUPSBiinlI'oulM : ( ONVIi

\lit influence, on the futures,; of our thildien. Fur it is schoolTtriistecs equally desirous of harmony I Senator Chili icy K

: who recommend the teachers\ to whom we intru-t and I mutual l undei'standing'. Johns: and :,' entaltve Fred l\-( :/ t Us C Itl' : to -
our children during the most,; formative period in their lives There Ins been much .base. talks zen will serve on some Impoilantcommiltees [
lie than this, ? to friction between the executive during: the present leg- rt l
What more pon-the! |x>--itioii could there ; : I"r .
and blanches Some
:
liylsUthe I 1 IMUIve session"' it was learned following r r _._ _
What other election should claim more conscientious: thought: would have you believe that Gov- otginizalion; of both houses"

anti more active interest on our ports,; than this? And yet.very : .'inoi' and Legislatuie will meet I :';,'IUlt"I'" lohns is chau man of the

V t' often W'do not even take! the time nor the trouble to' with backs, harmed, und elaws excndcd I I Agikultuie, and Livestock C'om
melt eliding the other and
millee. and Is u member of the .
vote! A poor commentary' indeed on our appreciation of the i oily tn light.I I following. Legislative. Kxpendi-: \ : MM: (:c'-'. t II'| ": r.t.otl= r:.:mite 111'1I'P.1 OOMv: : ns lATrlct! the Wilder M, lul ''I\. 'h,

I right for which many men have given their lives. : I believe the situation tins been I Lures Finance and Taxation InI..uranl'p. 1.. t..lIi.t, lift I'h: native .lima( : 'for fan r.a'iti.oj UiiitL: 1 :mules; n"paltnwnt) of .\,;I'I 'uILIII'I'

"t'I'oftt'n Innately, the little handful of voterselect i i exnggeialed./ yet theie is some I II Labor and Industry, Pensions in 1 t.>7J!, wLen: I U jvj a 0\1.\ 1 After 5P years and only'! time the m"dal has ever I" "I,1\ ,
\ ,
I ;round tor this c'ontl-ntlon If such and Claims Public Rouds und 'I\t in M 1.1",'". .via\ it.* experimontiii.j with, the! for a row variety: of orange; ,
those of us who fail to KU to the polls can i condition shout I it will be
But prevail/
good men. HighwaysRepienentatlve. i i a a.". i? i nt fruits I I.UI' Sin ior :: r-o d, to rJ1M:i 'I Kt' :.JQLAT: is only one to two inI n
\ take no glory in their selection: Vet if they should pick the .drought. about hugely through aIuhhol'n Ha/i-n will serve I 'I I .!I'i, I. I 1.1.i n I 1t'.,>, win re hi- iMie" A l beta no dram..tcr.' The thin rind M sweet ann ."

wrong man, we can i share liberally! in the lil.une.Kvery I I .>n both sides and and unjlclding! un unwillingness attitude us vlce-chiiliman of the Livestock t ': i .oa:' 'I I to the citrus inJJStry; In l 1'
with connection whatsoever with our .o oveilixtk eceenirliitles, put aside Committee, and I is a member of. t I' i IP dm;, (,a.:, orange: known as one t of nor \'I1I'ti, (>s. The fruit is oaten fr,>.,It nnd :ai'r re
|person' any Labor, FMucalion "A" Fish and .
'I' k n .ivv, '. 'I typo., WH u''" I .w i eJ tidied. vviioli.: \ It j : I
of his p.[ I' onal giievnni.cs: and strive for | pro' set 0. c- la aiileiidi' 'wr faa
schools' should\ he above reproach.: The very nature Came, Claims, Agriculture, tate I
:
.iiuIuaI and dioliiui, uo,( true reed:
agreement undei stand- \11<:1)s a
Prison .
and Convicts, and JouinalMinisters
his act matter ut'public concern. Withso I
position makes every! a !ng ..
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many adverse influences already: work on present day Abiaham Lincoln WHS .probably Take CourseThe

youth, they shoulr he able to look to their ,school leaders! for the most 10 Jed. most hated milibuve
all the most misundeistood I Rev. B. :M Montgomery I"
guidance, influence' and example el son In 11ll'allon's;; political his- attending the short course for ministers -

I to a trustee!: election i is not a matter to be taken lightly. ,: ,01'Y. Fled P. Cone occupies 11.// being held at Camp l P.oose!
., men hat similm. position Theuallil veil, which began :Monday and will
out that the right men are elected. The'
it turns
when : ,
even : ,<: 1 goes no fuilher at the mo- I close lomoi i row The Rev C H
T 'e'rnirh ])1.11'.1\i \''.eo. give mine notice next time and we hope .. 'it its I c'.tension, depends upon I'llce attended Tuesday und, \Velnesday OHNS

", t'9 nt will respond) by !showing more interest.DON'T : : .eds. 11I..ll.ty In display the faith I but local cluiiemade it
'in igevit. wlwlom. courtesy necessary to return home Thinn
'! ''"10101'1 a linn find judgment that day evening The course' is fur mm-
I. \\uin; uu'u() SKISATOK( Olt UIIMISINTATIM: { : : -: I '11101'1..1 Lincoln iu overcome his (Isteis only of all denommallons I I: 1P
I
t,j The legislature i is,; in session again, and this,; will he the I' tory'lying l problems und. gam the vlc- and Religious offers courses Education in, Uiblo Rebuilding\ Study Free Phone
SON
k Mjrnal: for I) many a person to tiring out a du-ty ink bottle, polI I Fled, Is blunt, outspoken, gruff, the Kuiul Chinch' Program, Juvenile I Delivery 45 &

I 1 ish off his: \pen and write his senator and representative along trul displays" ) an amazing lick of Delinquency and Clime So ulre: 1

I : list,; of pet and )petty bills that for i some I ea-on:; he wishes:, bilily,in L'ninleiUlimally the matter of public and un-leutionH I del Chil.sli.in Secuity.. Interracial Home. and Piugiessthe Temperance -

: to have added to the dusty,; t thousands:' ,;, alt't'adenactt.'tl, and''II .Mlllnglj. he has made biller enenies Education: K\': 'II( \IOOU),

I Ir.: forgotten quickly! that they might be broken a thousand ,I when In his hen it was only ; --- SUGAR 5 Ibs. 18cf FLOUR 24lbs.PILLSBURY 88e

t times a clay and no one would he the wi-er. I he desire to mike tl lends Thosu IlirtlmMr IIiTIIIIUI I AMMIUN ll><- .

vhu know him and understand hisicentlic I : and Mrs Washington Davis UI10I.K: (.K\IS-HH'K KOSK: _
:Not only are these: inconsequential: ( hills a nuisance and I .. manner and blunt speech Staike. gill I. April 1. 3 LateM.

pro.grtwS, : )\ iveilook these minor points and Mi and :Mrs Eugene MIII'r.I I RICE 5 Ibs. 24c
.
BEST 99c
] ,use him foi his 1 loyalty, sincerity 8tal ke, '
t : on really important legislation :\ \\ days 1 gill April 2.Mr '
'I' : .nd honesty of I'I'II .\N\Vf.I.I.: lit,l NK.COFFEE
of the session: vvhen.it must be rushed: through hastily: pII"Iose.The II : and Mrs Lyon B. Ciosby
l'al'e'I'I task of
governing a great Biooker, girl, April 2Mr I II MATCHES lOc
I,r lessly,; and without\ the consideration; which it deserves.So :I.J :omnonweatlth is in no sense an : und Mrs Peach Crawford. lb. 27c SPkgs.

if you have a little law in mind that concerns,; you. ':sy one Its burdens and de- I Staike. April 3. < \KMF.H

I 't your neighbor John, and nobody eKe-just,; forget about; it I Hands are, a severe strain even tot Mr. und :Mis Victor Jones BANANAS 10 Ibs. 25c
4 ask1ing i man/ with youth and health; Brooke"y, \ April 5. COFFEE 2 Cans 25c
arid! see if ;you can't struggle) along a little while without hen the handicap of age and phy-
t. I .r.il' sutfeilng is added the load teimlr.ed to prevent the of .'."('\' COOKINOAPPLES
the entire I legislature: to come: to your rescue passage

A well-knorn judge, recently itini:' here said he had lecjmes doubly burdensome. such measures as they consider MJLK 3 Tall 20c
After all a Governor, in the end del lmental. Legislators must bat 6 Ibs. 25c
no doubt that he hail broken a dozen: unfamiliar laws on an ')if the day: Is just another human tle these forces' and try to determine -
t1 IJI: ; automobile trip of thirty or forty miles. This i is,; about the'fi' eing.> with faults and virtues the what ,leally should be done, M). I IKI>HPOTATOES FA.NCV

11' Ia'le.: There are already on our statute books thousands: upon +a me H.S you and! I The same holds I. keeping ever in mind the welfare I 10 Ibs. 25c CELERY 2 for 15c
true with each Individual member of the State as a whole.
t! thousands' of trivial lawlI-unl'nforcl'd, disregarded, and not : .
fit't the l.t'gl.ll1\tul'e. If we keep thin. It Is no easy task Give your
worth the paper they are written on. Why keep adding to this :i act in mind\, we will not expect senators: your representatives and
Jt i unhonoretl and unsung,; \ : aggregation: ? If you must write to I. oo much of them. your governor the faith and confidence INSPECT OUR MARKET FOR YOUR WANTS IN MEATS

During the next sixty days, pow- they may justly merit. Such Quality Meats Lowest Prices-Western
6 '+i your senator r : and representative: write and tl'lIthem to hurry Beef Only
'I 1 till forces will he at work In Tal.ihassee Encouragement from you will Inspire -
't through with the unimx| >rtant business,; so they will have i striving to create laws famable them to safe, sane, Intelligent

ft' plenty of time for maters that require real thought. : to this or that special in- action and make for u helpful, successful .'.\N\' II CSTRRN'T: : RONI':
i
{ eiesl. Others will be there de- .session
If(,I( 0Ii' I -. -- --- _._. -- ROUND STEAK lb. 17c STEAKS lb. 25c
SMAI.l.: CATTLE;: OWNERS II.'E.FIUE n IN CONEr I I
r F.YC'FI'U.. C'U'-\I '
y ('or'\Tln';; ROM. ('HP'\IIFRY
Our farmers' who fear no-fence legislation at this ses-i 1 I

.tlj shun have the comfort of knowing that Governor Cone is: as,; LOOK HERE CHEESE lb. 22c BUTTER Ib 37

much opposed{ it as the smallest cattle-owner He said in\\: S'S ntOItOI\-\.r: Beal' ,

Tallahassee" thin,; week that he would, not favor !any legislation

tt I tt to make owners responsible for keeping their cattle off thl.1' -we want you to find out I HAMS(11'NTKY 2& HAMBURGER lb l lOc .
how well we can please you PORK.
,q I. highways! a }piopo-al' that is being widely advocated by Junior 'ir

Chambers,; of Commerce and several other organizations."It ,;. with your SAIJSAGE lb. 25c
DIXIE OLEO 18c
would put them out of business: ," he said "We might I' "All HW! I lb.

fence the roads, but I don't know! any way the state can do Spring "'

t It that, and! I don't\ know any way the state can do away with II'' S UIT I $2475 TUXEDO FEEDS
'
f million t1t'illlllf cows: worth $1.[:.OUO.OO) ) (() either Quality feeds At Lowest Cost

"A man who doesn't( own any land: wolf be able to have or Topcoat I Tuxedo 20% Lav Mash 3.10 Wheat
Coat and Pants, $J1.7S Pants, f].f0 j and Corn Scratch 3.00
any cows if he has to ft'nctht'fII and\ thousands! of \people, are <,ftals Tuxedo Horse Feed 2.40 II Tuxedo
Dairy Feed 242.65
making a living: with cows
?'nadJL ; J (JJtdRJL
With his customary directness: as a !safety measure: on We the
Pay following in trade for
.i the highways l the Governor promsed| : : "Keep the reckless Th. finest t collection of 250 all eggs, ner dozen :

drivers off. I have been driving: for twenty-live years'' and wool cloths to S9l..l from- STERNBERG'SStarke Mixed 20c 24-oz. White 23c 22-oz. White 21c
il'
I never hit u ui\r. but some drivers'' go through them at :seventyfive and you choose the it/l. too. Fla. Market Price White
on Eggs Are 3 Cents Below Jax
mi'es'! an hour and get! killed." I II Quotations -






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