Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/02636
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 11, 1938
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02636
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Jt"r'obacco' growers will vote to- I! I Sea Island cot iont far II' Prlnclpalahip of the Bradford

orrow at Starke and Brooker" mere will gather nt Ociilu today ..9WV I' County High School for next year
unde...the referendum provided for I I Friday) at the first of two con C i was still unsettled following a
{under' the new farm control bill. h e Ala : fcrences culled: by Governor Cone ''I meeting here Monday at which the

'%; kpolls, will be open from 9:00tr.untU : ? 1 Ilia chairman of a special statewide School Board took no more definite

....... 7:00 p. m. I committee sponsored by the I'I action thnn to "re-refer" to

|,The, County Conservation Com- $ State Chamber of Commerce, :, I the Board of Trustees the latter'srecommendation
inlt.te* last week appointed the fol- ;: The session today will get under r -i | ( of C. J. Bowman

t s'N+)ttg committees to serve as.I 'r '- yv way at 2.30: P, M. in the Marlon of Perry for the position

IfXitton. '\ managers: '. '. ".' ; County court house The second I 11 i The motion to "re-refer" the recnmmendatlon -
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o.-k-er:, H. P. Galney, chalr- meeting will be held Saturday In 1 .ASIt i, to the Trustees for

'n1l1.nt"A L. Crosby, Wallle Crews."KsUrke I the Columbia County court house I< Mrs Irene Laverty, pretty' further consideration was made by
In Lake The Lake i, W P Smith on the following
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i : H D. May, chairman; _, .-.. -- -' blonde wife of a textile mill worker i ground, :
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'Jj;,Jame* Rosier, Floyd Crosby : who has offered one of her own, I
' "' The above. scene of destruction was duplicate in many parts of Southern California as that state I To augument the large audience 1 The Board of Trustees Is not
\ ':j1o voting will be allowed by ;, blue eyes to replace one lost'
i.: :TnaiJ!proxy, or agent. Every In- I experienced Its heaviest'ra10 In fifty-four years This picture shows workmen s searching the ruins for the I expected: "Sea Island Cotton Spe- through measles by her two-year- unanimous In Its recommendation.

";poll* In persot.taelfEtwothirds. ; people are known to be dead, and as many more are missing. Public and private losses are estimated [, Ion County roads to bring those interested together In this picture. A New: new man while one of them requested -

or more of the at around $05,000,000. I J to the gathering here. The I York specialist, however, has not t, I the re-employment of J.
t fliM-oured tobacco growers voting specials are being sponsored by the 1 yet decided whether to use the H Benson.

>'tntl,! />*: several states favor mar-I Marlon County Chamber of Com- mother's eye, or that of a still born 2 Because all patrons of the

':ketlnj: quotas for tobacco the 4-H BOYS METHODIST BERRY MEN' merce and Ocala business men. | school who have made any requestat

marketing quotas established pur- :, REVIVALWILL Speakers for both sessions have I all to members of the board

..:rottot' to the provisions of said Act been kept to a minimum, William babySHOLTZHERE have requested the re-appointment

twill1become, effectve. If more I Ii FROM BRADFORD START MONDAY NIGHT IN LOUISIANA I I L Wilson, committee secretary, of Mr. Benson

i than'one-thlrd of the flue-cured \ I WITH ST AUGUSTINE I announced and will Include Gov I 3. Because at the secret ballot

{tobacco farmers voting in the referendum -i I PASTOR HERE Cone Nathan Mayo R J. Dill Dr. held about six weeks ago at the

f oppose the marketing j WIN 3RD PLACE I I I' HAVE TROUBLE II Wlimon Newell, W H. Shaw, Jr. I TO SPEAK request of board members to determine -

{quotas, the quotas will not become I Revival services will begin Ponton cotton broker; Jene the sentiment of patronsof
'effective In 1038. Monday night at 7:30: o'clock at Schenck, president of the Lily ; the high school as to whether or
:,'-- .-- I Ijoj Make Good Showing I the Methodist Church with the' Union Farmers Threaten :I Mills Company of Shelby, N. Coo TO-DAY not they wanted a new principal

Cattle Contest Rev. Shelby A. Wilson pastor of, and C. A, Rudlslll of the Carlton qnly fourteen percent of those voting -
, "GRINER HOME Judging Destroy Shipments
the First Methodist Church of St I Yarn Mills Cherryville N. C, requested such a change. The

'?\.r r" BURNED ; At Stock ShowThe I Augustine as the principal speaker Without Label I According to the Governor, the. former Governor Now. In others requested the retention of

" 1.. I Mr. Wilson is an able minister metlngs have been called to discuss Race For U. S. I the present principal
.rAMILY. LOSES EVERYTHING Bradford County 4-H Club I and his appearance here should Shipments of strawberries have I I long staple marketing, enlist the't fI 4. Because all teachers (large

ik;i. I IN TUESDAY MORNING fudging teRm composed of Junior I I create widespread Interest. started from Louisiana with seven I cooperation of all Interested in the I SenateJACKSONVILLE.Dave majority of the teachers employedIn

' ".''il i FIRE i I Smith, Loran Conner and Nelson ,I This year is the Aldersgate cars out from there Saturday. 'I vlved Industry and emphasize the I, ___ B. H. S.) who have made any

What two- Moore and coached by County ,\, Commemoration of the two hun- I However, "union label" troublesare necessity of scientific farming of p Sholtz request at all have requested the
was once a stately
'> tpryChouse standing guard over a Iflt.flne j Agent T. K McClane, Jr., placed dredth anniversary of the conversion reported cropping up around ,.I the premier Florida product. candidate for the Democratic nomination I re-appointment of Mr Benson.

i orange grove is today a pile of'' third in the judging contest at the't of John Wesley and Is being' Ponchatoula and it Is not yet Mill owners he said, are much ( as United States Senator, 5. Because all reports coming
: I'I'uhu. Florida Fat Stock Show In Jack observed throughout Methodism. known just wFwi effect this will Interested In promoting the use of will address voters of Bradford to the members of this board indicate -
. .:' sonville Tuesday. I I The Rev W. A. Fischer, pastorof have on the'season-there. I,I I long staple cotton but they must County on Friday, March 11, at I that the past year has been
The home of John S. Grlner just
i off f the Keystone Heights road Their was no award for the the Methodist Church here, Several hundred Irate berry farmers r i first be assured of an adequate annual 11-30: A. M one of the best ever enjoyed by

the southeastern boundary of achievement except the honor, said this week: "The purpose of converged on two warehouses I I I supply before they Inauguratefurther Sholtz opened his campaign InPensacola B H. Boo and the board believes
Ithl* county, burned to the ground which was very great, in that the this Aldersgate revival Is to lay there last Friday night and threatened ,I intensive efforts to adver- I March 1st where he I It would be u mistake to employ a
Tuesday; morning Even the team had studied less than a week new fire on the church alters to destroy shipments that did I I I tll'lfl and publicize the product I I II was greeted by a large and enthusiastic new principal without further con..
garages t tAPd but were still able to judge the where only the embers are left not bear the label of the Farmers' audience Hundreds of per- stderatlon of same by the Boardof
:other out buildings were lost I
I as 5'the flames, whipped by brisk,' animals third best among the state to tell the tale of u once joyous Protective Union. I'I FISH BARBECUEBIG I, sons In other communities have Trustees
clubs. This is the first signal day: to fire the ministry and laletyof heard him on succeeding days. After the
.March winds, had things all their j Earlier In the day a group of ,. reading of this resolution -
J way,far from any fire fighting) honor that the Bradford club has Methodism and get back to union farmers seized eleven crates SUCCESS I The all-Florida candidate seeks by Mr. Smith, E J Lewis
[:equipment, I IMry won since the work was organized the serious and sympathetic con- of "unclassified" and un-labeled I I the nomination as United States I stated that he was in favor of approving -

Grlner, a WPA laborer, had !I about a year ago. Much credit Is siderations of the passion, the berries from an express truck and ,. THIRTY-FIVE JOIN YOUNG NEW MEMBERS Senator on his record as governor I the trustees recommendation -
due these boys in their effort In power, and the processes that DEMOCRATS and of Mr
gone, to his work; his daughter prevented shipment. WEDNESDAY NIGHT I pledges to strive for efficiency I Bowman because In his
,Joy ) employed in the court house j jat learning to judge cattle made Methodism. The union farmers protested the I and economy If elected to the Sen- opinion It would eliminate the

t Gainesville, had gone to hers The following Bradford County "Wesley evangelzled religion. Ina refusal by one shipper to participate The fish barbecue sponsored by{ ute I present friction I and factions within -
Alone in the house was Mrs. Grln- people visited, the stock show very true sense Rel...."in has In a five-point union plan ,: the Young Democratic Club of I While governor, Sholtz recognized I tho school and become It Is 'the
erwho/ Is Just recovering from an Tuesday: Mr and Mrs. Leston to be repeatedly brought up for 'I' which included use of labels on alii a Bradford County Wednesday night members of the various Demo duty of the trustees to recommend,
Mr and Mrs. review If it Is kept vivid and vital. I and not the duty of the board."
attack of Influenza. I Wynn Raymond berries shipped from Ponchatoula. at Lake Brooklyn was a grand sue-{I cratic committees for the first
About the middle of the morning j Prevatt, Mr. and Mrs. L. L Johns, The peril of religion today la remembering A l : cess with fish fun, and fellowship time In 30 years. He Intends to J. H Moore then said that he

eratchlng" upstairs--paid no particular I Meat Co., Mr. McClane, and the instead of remembering that it SHADESOF e.nt.About. the senntorshlp.Sholtz Board could Investigate the recommendation -
attention. A few minutes' judging team i has rot one now. tins announced that If of the trustees and
____ -.. ___ I I "It Is of 1900 eighty-five young Demo- ) see if he was morally and
later, however, the "scratching" I the hope all Methodismthat I crats and older Democrats gnthel.1ed 1 elected ho would etitabllsh a field legally
became "crackling" and Mrs | GAME RESERVE the revival fires will burn RUNAWAY MULE CAUSES to enjoy the fine buibecuedl I office In Florida to handle various qualified for the position. The

Grlner rushed out of the house toi across all sectarian lines and EXCITEMENT AT mullet that was "cooked to a I: matters that the citizens mutter was deferred for Investlga-
find, the roof a mass of flames. j' PLANNED errata a new warmth In the total DEPOT I by T. Frank Lundrum and "turn"'I'I| might wish to call to u senator's I thin Mr. Smith sold he would report -
religious life of the nation." attention. He sold the office would his findings: within ten days
Hcf nearest neighbors were sum-> Mundy, Ji., two of the ablest exponents 1
moned but could save only two I SPORTSMEN ELECT CHARLES The general public Is Invited to Like an echo out of of thin noble 111 t. I be competently staffed 1 and would The following communication

chairs a piano, a few odds and i i DARBY PRESIDENTOF attend the services w:\a a run-away mule that furnish-I I After Dr H. B. McLen- I render a valuable public service in I was received flora Olin W White,
ends before the heat made It impossible -'j CLUB I od a brief bit of excitement at the upper ndditlon to saving Florida residents H member of the Board of Trustees
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don a past president the ,
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to Jepot Monday morning. time and that oth..rwl..e :
enter the house. Not Definite for money
plans a game reserve introduced the following candl-
,*{.Mingle article of clothing was I Itr. I of 4.000 acres In Bradford FUTCH MEETSENCOURAGEMENT Dan Letterman had driven his I laten who said a few words: would be spent In going to Starke, Florida
saved. to the station here with Washington to confer with their March 4th, 1038.
I County were made at a meeting of wagon a.' State's Attorney J. C Adkins. a
Grtner, who debated Tuesdar sportsmen in the court house load of strawberries After he'! !Undulate for re-election; T E. senator

morning whether to wear his Thursday night of last week. I NATIVE OF BRADFORD IS had unloaded and walked away for Duncan, of Glnesville. another Continued co-operation for the t-

good, overcoat or his old one to I Lands for the purpose have been PLEASED OVER CAMPAIGN the few minutes: the nji!l.. evidently candidate, for state's attorney; Mr. I, Jcvelopment and betterment of As a member of the local Board
Work decided. oldgCnW" discovered that he not I Florida has been pledged by the111IP'lorld" of School Trustees
finally on the offered by W. H. Smith and Lester FOR SUPREME COURT was Landrum candidate for the state I wish to file
leaving the good one to be hitched to anything and started candidate with you gentlemen a minority
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Kite and the State Commission legislature and George
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'1o.et. Reports coming Into Truman G running I -----e I in favor of Mr
J. H. Benson
of Game and Flesh Water Fish also a candidate for the Inman/, /
ITueHclny' afternoon Mr Grlner, I Ihi will give its active cooperation by Futch; headquarters are very en- H. L. Brownlee who attemptedto members HAZEN ARRESTS I for principal of the Starke High
new Joined
,wife and ; couraging for the former Bradford .;ehul, term 1938 '
[ *" daughter sat In their r ,esto.klng the area with quail. bring the run-away to u halt the club during the evening, bring. and 30 I consider
[Chevrolet -the only shelter left | County boy who now aspires was struck In the chest when the TAXI MEN I him an excellent and well
At the last week the total to in
meeting ing fifty-five now ,
l. hem- and looked at the smoking to a seat on the Supreme Court of wugon lurched but was not seriously luallfied man to be at the headof
I rains and the Charles Darby was elected president Florida. the organisation. ACCUSED OF CARRYING our school and
parched orange Injured. The mule was final a large majorityof
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organization, -------- PASSENGERS BETWEEN
[trees that had once surrounded I) Alexander During the past week he has meta ly stopped before he had run mote the school patrons are anxious
[their home was elected vice-pres- wonderful reception In SouthWest then a block Episcopal Church CITIES to have Mr Benson hired for our
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I No. There was no insurance. ) Florida where he has been --.-- At the regular St. Murk's Eplsoopil ; Fred Hti/en. former legfolator I I next term of school. Will appreciate
[Rates too high so far from fire The reserve will be posted andA. greeting old friends and makingnew service the from Bradford und your careful consideration In
Friday night
County now an
I IJrhtleg A, Durden conservation pffljei. Schools Get Money I| I I this matter
Yes. Friend.'bgd
equipment ones. His good work for the guest speaker will be the Rev. I IUt Inspector with the State Railroad
| offered 'a place where they ', will do his utmost to see that schools of Florida has made Futch I am your very truly,
I Bradford County's school fund Armand Eyler, rector of Commission, figured In the arrestof
right live temporarily. The Bradford the rules against hunting are en- trienJs all over the State and he Is hal, $3,807.11 deposited to Its ity Church, St Augustine four Tallahassee. taxi: drivers In OLIN W. WHITE.Marital .
County Red Cross had sent' forced. I recognized as a real friend of the credit In Tallahassee Tuesday In one of the most talented Gainesville last Friday --_- --.- -

[?'_:check: for $10, which would help The club asks farmers who are schools with bin fight while a an apportionment of $1.250.000 to In the Diocese, as well as The arrests were made by Sh..r.Itf Status

,aoaae. bothered by quail in their berry member of the State Senate to get the state's sixty-seven counties complished musician A sincere ; J. P. Ramsey on charges that
[Joy was taking It pluckily patches not to poison the birds free school books for all pupils of I It WitS the fifth monthly appor- Invitation is extended to everyone the taxi' men failed to secure Railroad The marital status of persons
.,.ugh_ "At least I won't have to out to get In touch with a memberof the state and the work he did that tionment in the $11.&00,000 appro- to attend this Lenten service Commission permits for In- receiving old age pensions in Bradford

[,worry deciding what to wear to I the club and have them trapped established the present state appropriation pi .atlon of state funds for public I _-_ :*.- I ttr-clty service before bringing County was announced thin
I work in the morning," she said.lie and i moveJ Into the reserve to aid that Is now paying the schools twenty students from the Woman's1"lIege week by the State Welfare Boardas

? i only dress that was saved vas. In restocking schools over eleven millions each -_ +__ __ I Mrs. Sallie PadgettFuneral from Tallahassee to I follows: single nine widowed,
|,the one she had on. Mr. Duidtn and local hunters are year, making It possible for the services for Mrs Sallie : Gainesville for the Military Ball I fifty-nine; divorced three, separated
enthusiastic, over the plan and be- 70. who died at the home I but not divorced, eight, living
-- teachers to get their pay promptlyand I Red Cross Meeting Padgett, \ wtek-end The warrants were i
: J. I) Manus Dies : lieve it will go a long way toward the schools to operate full I of her Bon W. E. Henley In Jacksonville ; sworn out by Mr. Hazen with spouse who does not receive
F Rowland
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representative uH 1
making Bradford County the "happy terms. I Monday night, were held The drivers were later released i, age assignee, thirty-three
13. D. Manus 81, died Thursday' J hunting ground": it should be. ---.-- of the American National Wednesday afternoon at 1-30: after posting bonds of $250 each i :I/Ing with spouse who does re-
rofj.ist 1 week at his farm home near ; Red Cross, will be In: Starke Monday \ o'clock with the Rev. Earnest Crlfn -- -. I .elve assistance fifteen Through-
|8t rke. He had been ill for six I I Births to hold a meeting at the Wom- :\ officiating. ',ut the state neArly one-half of

$ aths. i| Follies PostponedThe &*'. and Mrs. Tom Hodge, an's Club at two o'clock In the ---A.______ _,- Gasoline Consumption I I those approved for assistance are
iSurvivors: are his wife. Molly; i "Alumni Follies" and enter- BiOoltei. 23. afternoon AH Bradford County t I Gasoline consumption In Bradford I,: 'A'towed| It Is said.Middleton .
girl, February
members of the Red Cross are Mrs. Alice A. Flitch :,
"e son Joe Manus of Peoria. Ill, I tainment scheduled for tonight County during January to- -- -- -
pAd: one daughter, Mrs Joe Grlffls, '' (Friday) has been postponed Indefinitely 1snd\ Mrs Roy Grlffls, LaW- urged 1 to attend and an election of After more than a year's illnews, talled 91.440 gallons, as comparedwith
by the committee In'tey. boy. March 9. offlceis will be held. I ilrs Alice A. };Futch 51S, died ether 101.771 gallons used during ; To Run

E'jStarke tfuneral services were held Frli i,chaige An announcement will be Mi and Mrs. William McPeak ,. -.. i home in Jacksonville last December A total of 10,60S gal ,I Dr. W E. MUM) ton announced

at Kingsley Lake cemetery. :made later as to when and what Starke boy February 17. I In a survey among New York week Among other relitives she Ions .of kerosene were used In yesterday ttat tit will be a candidate

Arrangements were in charge of I ItM type of entertainment: wljl) be Mr. and Mrs.\. Craig G. Gllsson, boys and girls spinach ranked see-I Is survived by a sister, Mn. Mary runu iry, a light Increase over the for the School; : Board from
/ Boree Funeral Home. | ,;:-Iven. Gate Farm, boy, February 19. I end' to pctttoes as a food favorite.I Jane Kite, of Starke I iI,9/i1l gallons amid In December,

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Polls Open From 9 A. M. Advised To Go I i "Re refers" flccommenI"i I |"i

To 7 P. M. At Starke, Either To Ocala Or elation To Trustees For I :\

Brooker \ Lake City Further Consideration "
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I onaceo, growers will vote tom :, Florida Sen Island cotton far { 1 Prlnclpalahlp of the Bradford '

'"' n>w at Starke and Brooker mere will gather lit Ocala today County High School for next year !,q
under the referendum provided for .Friday) at the first of two conferences | was still unsettled following a :" 'j

under the new farm control bill II I called by Governor Cone I 1 meeting here Monday at which the ,i I f ?! '

Tin polls will be open from 9.00a 1: as chairman of a special state School Board took no more definite i ,t.:

m. until 7:00: p. m. wide committee sponsored by the action than to "re-refer" to i',

The County Conservation Committee State Chamber of Commerce. the Board of Trustees the latfer'n. !

last week appointed the fol- The session today will get under 'I recommendation of C. J. Bowman I :!
lowing committees to serve as "" I way at 2:30: P. M. in the Marten r\Wi Iof Perry for the position tr

election) managers: j County court house. The second The motion to "re-refer" the rec't.1 I

Brooker: H. P. Galney, chair- meeting will be held Saturday In -I i I i ommendiitlon to the Trustees for I : .r i
I the Columbia court house I I further consideration was made by .
County 1 :
L. Wallle Crews.
A Crosby,
mm: Irene Laverty pretty '
In Lake City The Lake meetIng W Smith on the following
Starke: H. D, May, chairman; ... | City blonde wife of a textile mill worker il.i t"'
i will begin at 2 P. M < |i grounds: j f',
James Rosier, Floyd Crosby : who has offered< one of her own i i' i
No voting will be allowed by The above acene of destruction was duplicated:! in many parts of Southern California\ as that state |I I'expertencf'd To augument the large audience ;,: blue eyes to replace one lost 1. The Board of Trustees Is not f I ,

mall proxy, or agent. Every Individual Its heaviest' rain In fifty-four years. This picture shows workmen searching the ruins for.the j I expected, "Sea Island Cotton Spe- through measles by her two-year- I unanimous In Its recommendation i, i
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who votes must be at the ,1 body of a man who met death when his house collapsed into the street at Glendale. At least ':IchtyfiveI i cials.* (buses) will tour over Mar- ''1 old son, Roger They are shown Two of the trustees requested a I :

polls In persoi.If I;, people are known to be dead, and as many more are missing. Public and private losses are estimated I I I I Ion County roads to bring those Interested together In this picture. A New I new man while one of them requested T' :

two-thirds or more of the at around $0.1,000,000.: :: to the gathering here. The' York specialist, however has not I the re-employment of J. I 1

flue-cured tobacco growers voting _. I specials; are being sponsored by the yet decided whether to use the I H. Benson. ,

in the several states favor mar- Marion County Chamber of Commerce mother's eye, or that of a 2. Because ail patrons of the If' .; ;
for tobacco the METHODIST i I and Ocala business] men. i iI I baby school who have made any request !
keting quotas 4-H BOYS BERRY MENIN I !
marketing quotas established pursuant : I' REVIVAL I'I Speakers for both sessions have j+ ;il at all to members of the board "I\i.f
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to the provisions of said Act been kept to a minimum, WilliamI requested the re-uppolntment I
!: FROM BRADFORD LOUISIANA I i I L. Wilson, committee of Mr. Benson '4
will become effectve. If more WILL START MONDAY NIGHT secretary, i iI HOLTZTO / .
than one-third of the flue-cured I| WITH ST. AUGUSTINE -. I I I announced, and will Include Gov. i 3. Because at the secret ballot j I'fheld

tobacco farmers voting In the referendum I!: PASTOR HERE i|: Cone, Nathan Mayo, R. J. Dill Dr.I' about six weeks ago at the I
oppose the marketing': WIN\ 3RD PLACE I HAVE TROUBLE i j i Wllmon Newell, W. H. Shaw Jr., i ii SPEAK request of board members to determine I
services will begin Pooton' cotton broker Jene''II the sentiment of
quotas, the quotas will not become ,, Revival -- i ; patrons I ;
effective In 1938. Monday night at 7:30: o'clock at I I Schenck, president of the Lily I Of the high school as to whether or

----- ---- I9 !1' Make Good Showing In I the Methodist Church with the Union Farmers Threaten I,i Mills Company of Shelby N. C., >, TODAYPoynter ) i not they wanted a new principal,

Rev. Shelby A. Wilson, pastor of To and C. A. Rudisill of the Carlton qnly fourteen percent of those vot- ,
Cattle Contest Destroy Shipments -
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GRINER HOME the First Methodist Church of St. j| Yarn Mills, Cherryville. N. C. I ing requested such a change. The ; ,

BURNEDFAMILY At Stock Show Augustine, as the principal speak- ; Without Label I According to the Governor, the !' Governor Now. In others requested< the retention of ;

et Mr. Wilson is an able minister: metlngs have been called to discuss I Race For U. S. the present principal

LOSES EVERYTHING'' The Bradford County 4-H Club and his appearance here shouldI Shipments of strawberries have )I'long staple marketing, enlist the 4. Because all teachers (large 11

IN TUESDAY judging team composed of Junior I eute widespread Interest started from Louisiana with seven I cooperation of all Interested In the SenateJACKSONVILLEDave I majority of the teachers employed !

FIRE I I Smith, Loran Conner and Nelson This year Is the Aldersgate cars out from there Saturday. I I vlved Industry and emphasize the __ I In 13. H. S.I) who have made any f! ;:i

Moore and coached by County Commemoration of the two hun- However, "union label" troubles)I necessity of scientific farming of I Sholtz. request at all have requested the i, "
What was, once a stately two- Agent T. K. McClane, Jr., placed dredth anniversary of the conversion are reported cropping up around 11!I j, the premier Florida product candidate for the Democratic nom- re-appointment of Mr Benson. l'' b"j b,'

story house tanding guard over of'a third In the judging contest at the of John Wesley and Is being Ponrhatoula and It Is not yet)I I Mill owners, he said, are much II III lntlon as United States Sl'nator,1 5. Because all reports coming I f Ij 4
fine orange grove Is today a pile : Florida Fat Stock Show in Jack- 'observed throughout Methodism known just wtwtx-ffect this will Interested In promoting the use of will address voters of Bradford to the members of this board Indicate I f I'

nahes sonville Tuesday. |! The Rev. W. A. Fischer, pastorof have on the seasonthere. I I long staple cotton but they must County on Friday, March 11, at I. that the past year has been ;

The home of John S. Grlner, just j'I Their was no award for the the Methodist Church here, Several hundred irate berry far- || first be assured of an adequate annual I I' 11:30: A. M one of the best ever enjoyed by I

off the Keystone Heights road achievement except the honor said this week: "The purpose of mars converged on two warehouses I i i supply before they Inauguratefurther I Sholtz opened his campaign In B H. S., and tho board believes

near the southeastern boundary of | which was very great, in that the this Aldersgate revival Is to lay there lust Friday night and threatened intensive efforts to adver- Pennacolu, March 1st where he it would be a mistake to employ a ''i i

'this county, burned to the ground I IrucBday I team had studied less than a week new fire on the church alters to destroy shipments that did ':{ Use and publicize the product : was greeted by a large and emhuHliistic new principal without further consideration Ii'f I'
morning. Even the garage [ embers left not hear the label of audience Hundreds of of the Board r
I but were still able to Judge the where only the are the persons same by
end other out buildings were lost animals third best among the state to tell the tale of a once joyous Protective Union. Jo'armers'l' FISH BARBECUEBIG i in other communities have' of Trustees. I

av the flames, whipped by brisk clubs This is the first signal day; to fire the ministry ami\ lalety Earlier In the day a group of heard l him on succeeding days. I' After the reading of this resolution : I ,

March winds, had things all their [ honor that the Bradford club has of Methodism and get back to union farmers seized eleven crates SUCCESS | The all-Florida candidate seeks by Mr. Smith, E. J. Lewla I l '

way far from any fire fighting won since the work was organized the serious and sympathetic con- of "unclaHSified" and un-labeled the nomination as United States I stated that he was In favor of approving ,e

iquipment about a year ago. Much credit 1s siderations of the passion, the berries from an express truck and I THIRTY-FIVE NEW MEMBERS Senator on his record as governor the trustees recommendation 'I '.c
!Mr Grlner, a WPA laborer had I due these boys in their effort in power, and the processes that prevented shipment. JOIN YOUNG DEMOCRATS I and pledges to strive for efficiency I of Mr Bowman bocuuso In his '
to his work his daughter
gone ; learning to judge cattle. made Methodism. Tho union farmers protested the and economy If elected to the Son- opinion it would eliminate the .
l III in the court house | I
v employed
at Gainesville, had to hers. The following Bradford County "Wesley evangelzled religion In refusal by one shipper to participate The fish barbecue sponsored by| ate. I I present friction and factions with j
Alone in the house was gone Mrs. Grin- people visited the stock show a very hue sense Kelvin. has In a five-point union plan the Young Democratic Club of I I While governor Sholtz recognlz-I In the school and because It Is 'th.
who Tuesday: Mr. and Mts. Leston to be repeatedly brought up for which Included use of labels on all Bradford County Wednesday night ed members of the various Democratic duty of the trustees to recommend, :
el> is from i
just recovering an i !
attack of Influenza. Wynn Mr. and Mrs. Raymond review If It Is kept vivid and vital. berries shipped from Ponchatotila. at Lake Brooklyn was a grand success I i committees for the first und not the duty of the board." :'

Prevatt, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Johns, The peril of religion today Is remembering .- with fish, fun, and fellowship j I time In 30 years He Intends to J. H. Moore then said that he .
About the middle of the morning j, M. Wiggins< Lawson & Odom that it once had a vision combined to make a memoiablel I follow that practice If elevated to would like to defer action until the R
she heard a noise "like a particular catscratching" ) Meat Co., Mr. McClane and the Instead of remembering that it SHADES f event the senatornhlp I rou rd could Investigate the recommendation -
upstairs--paid no
team. has rot one now. Sholtz him announced that if of the trustees and
judging I I
OF About Demo-
1900 j
attention. A few minutes' .. I I young see if he was morally and '
f legally,
later, however, the "scratching" I -- --. -- "It Is the hope of all Methodismthat crats and older Democrats gathered elected he would establish a field |
the revival fires will burn barbecued'mullet I' office in Florida' to handle various qualified for the position The
became '! RUNAWAY MULE CAUSES to enjoy the fine II
"crackling" and GAME RESERVE matter '
was deferred for ,
all sectarian lines and mutters that the citizens Investigation -
toe across EXCITEMENT AT that was "cooked to !
Grlner rushed out of the house .
find l the roof a mans of flames )II' PLANNED i create: a new warmth in the total DEPOT by T. Frank Landrum and \turn"I I might wlHh to cull to a senator's his Mr. Smith suld he would report "' I

Her nearest neighbors were sum- religious life of the nation." I Mund)', Ji., two of the ablest exponents attention. He said' <1 the office would I findings within ten days !
SPORTSMEN ELECT CHARLES Like an echo out of he competently staffed and would I The following communication a
moned but could save only two'' The general public Is Invited to furnish-I I of this noble al t. j
DARBY PRESIDENTOF was a run-away mule that lender a valuable public service in I was received from Olin W White, 't I ,
attend the services
chairs B piano, a few odds and j After supper, Dr. H. B. McLen-
t tends CLUB od H brief bit of excitement at the n member of the Board
addition to saving Florida. leal- of Trustees i1
I .. .. .
before the heat made It impossible .-- I don a past president of the club. '! otherI I
I Jepot Monday morning dents lime and money that :
to enter the house. Not Definite plans for a game reserve introduced the following candltat.t -
FUTCH MEETSENCOURAGEMENT Dan Letterman had driven his wise would be spent In going to Starku Florida,
j single article of clothing was I of 4,000 acres In Bradford who said a few words: i
vugon to the station here with a Wufthington to confer with their I March 4th 1938.
ived. i County were made at a meeting of I State's Attorney J C. Adklnn, aundulate
load of strawberries. After heI senator "To the Board of Public Instruction

Mr. Griner, who debated Tue.- sportsmen In the court house for re-election; T. E.
had unloaded and walked for ; Continued! co-operation for the I of Bradford
day morning whether to wear hisgood ,; Thursday night of last week I I NATIVE OF BRADFORD IS away Duncan, of Glnesville anothercandidate of'' County: I
the few minutes the mile evidently levelopment' and betterment As a member of the local Board
overcoat or his old one to | Lands for the have been PLEASED OVER CAMPAIGNFOR for state's attorney; MI"I I ILancirum ;
purpose discovered that he wits not FloiiiU has been pledged by the of School Trustees I wish to file
work, finally decided,, on the old ) offered by W. H. Smith and Les- SUPREME COURT candidate for the state
I all-Florida
hitched and started
anything you gentlemen a minority re-
one leaving the 1 to be legislature and George I
good one Kite and the State Commission ; .
ter I IH. -- - in favor '
lost Water Fish Reports coming into Truman G running ilno a candidate fur the .. Inman'l port of Mr J. H. Benson
Tuesday afternoon Mr. GrIner. I Ihli of Game and Flesh Futch headquarters are very en- L. Brown lee, who attemptedto HAZEN ARRESTS for principal of the Starke High
Thlity-flve new joned
active by
will its cooperation
give I '
Bradford othol, term 1938 and 39 I
couraging for the former consider
the to halt
wife and daughter sat In their';i .eato klng the area with quail. I bring run-away a the club during the evening, bringIng TAXI MEN '
Chevroletthe shelter left | County boy who now aspires was struck In the chest when the him an excellent and well
only the total to
fifty-five now in ,,
At the meeting last week to scit the Court of -juullfled man to be at the bead
them and a on Supreme wagon lurched but was not seriously
looked at the smoking) the I
1 lulns and the parched 'I Charles Darby was elected presl- Florida injured. The mule was finally I'' ACCUSED OF CARRYING ,>f our school and a large majority
orange'trees | and J. B --- PASSKNGEltS BETWEEN:
di-nt of the organization, of the school anxiousto
that had once surrounded : During the past week he has meta stopped< before he had run more I patrons are :
Alexander was elected vice-pies- block. Episcopal Church CITIES I j have Mr. Benson hired for our
?""-Ir home. wonderful reception In SouthWest th n a I

No. There was no insurance. I Ident. Florida where he has been ----_..- ------ At the regular St. Mark's Eplll.wp'11 Fred IIIt wn, former legislator I next tel m of school. Will appreciate -

Rates too high so far from firefighting The reserve will be posted andA. greeting old friends and makingnew Friday night service the I from, Bradford County and cow un your careful consideration In
equipment. Yes.' Friends A. Durden, conservation offi- ones. His good work for the Schools Get Money guest speaker will be the Rev. I 1 inspector with ,the State Railroad this matter.

had: offered"a place where they! jei, will do his utmost to see that schools of Florida has_made Futch Bradford County's school fund | bit;) Armund Eyler, rector of Trinity -j Commission, figured In the arrestof I am your very truly,

might live temporarily. The Brad- the rules against hunting are en- irtends all over the State and he In had J8.S07.11/ deposited to its | Church, St. Augustine. He Is four Tallahassee tnxl drivers In OLIN W. WHITE.Marital .
ford County Red Cross had sent forced. I recognized as a real friend of the credit In Tallahassee! Tuesday in one of the most talented speakers )\ Gainesville last Friday ------.- --

a check for $10, which would help The club asks farmers who are schools with his fight while a un apportionment of S1.25UOCO to In the Diocese, as well as an accomplished I The arrests were made by Sheriff Status '

some. bothered by quail In their berry member of the State Senate to get the state's sixty-seven counties.. musician. A sincere ; J. P. Ramsey on charges that
Joy was taking it pluckily patches not to poison the birds free school books for all pupils of1'I It wus the fifth monthly apportionment Invitation Is extended to everyone the taxi men failed to secure Railroad The marital status of persons '

enough "At least I won't have to uut to get In touch with a memberof the state und the work he did that In the $11.500,000. appio- to attend l Lenten service I Commission permits for intercity receiving old age pension! In Brad

; worry deciding what to wear to the club and have them trappedand established the present state ap- pr.utlon of state funds for public --- I service before bringing ford County was announced this
week State Welfare Board
1 work In the morning" she said moveJ Into the reserve to aid pioprlatlon that is now paying the I
: The only dress that was saved "'ns In restocking. schools over eleven millions each --. ._- ..----_ Padgett ( ollege from Tallahassee to as follows; single, nine widowed,
r the one she had on. Mr. DuiuVn. and local hunters are yea.-, making It possible for the Funeral services for Mrs Sallie Gainesville the Military fifty-nine, divorced three; separated -

-----.--- I LnthUBlartlc over the plan and be- teachers to get their pay promptlyand I lied Cross Meeting Padgett, 70, who died at the home'' wtek-cnd The warrants Ball t but not divorced, eight, living
lieve it will go a long way toward the schools to operate full of her son, W. E Henley, In Jack : sworn out by Mr. Hazen ; with spouse! who does not receive
Rowland field '
J. I) Manus Dies c. ( representative held'! oil assistance, thirty-three
making Bradford County the "happy terms. National i sonville Monday night, were The drivers were later released l I age ;
of the American
J D. U should be. ----.--- Wednesday afternoon at 130I : after polling bond of $250:; each I/ing with spouse who does re-
Manus, 81, died Thurs.lnyot hunting ground" Mon-I
will be In Starke
List Red Croon, I o'clock with the Rev Earnest CrifMs. : i five assistance, fifteen Throughut -
week at his farm home nenr Worn1 1 -
I Births day to hold a meeting at the officiating. the state nearly one-half of j
Starke. He had been 111 for six : Gasoline I
Follies PostponedThe an'. Club at two o'clock In the Consumption j those appioved for assistance are.vllowe.J.
--- ----
months : la.:. and Mrs. Tom Hodge, afternoon AH Bradford County" Gasoline Bradford .
: consumption In I It Is acidMiddleton
Survivors are his wife, Molly; | "Alumni Follies" and entertainment Bicolter, girl, February 23. members of the Red Mrs. Alice A. Flitch I County during January totailed _. -- .

nap son, Joe Manus of PeorIa Ill., scheduled for tonight l.i. and Mrs Roy Griffis, Law- urged to atten.J.and an election of After more than a year's (linens, 94,446 gallons us compared I

o'and Starke.one daughter, Mrs. Joe Griff, ( Friday) has by the been committee postponed Indefinitely In- .tey, boy, March 9. officers will bp held. I Mis.lice. A. Futch, 55. died at I with 101,771 gallons used during To Run

will be Mi' and Mrs. William McPeak, ----- -* '-' I her home In Jacksonville last December A total of 10.605: gal- Dr. W E MliMI ton announced '
Funeral An announcement
I at services were held Friday cbaige made later as to -hen and what Starke, boy, February 17Mr I I In n survey among New York i I week. Among other rei Hives she lons of kerosene were used In'' yesterday trat h- will be a candidate

Kingsley Lake cemetery.Arrangements of entertainment: will be and Mrs Craig G. GllsNon, '' boys and girls spinach ranked sec-i Is survived by a sister Mr. Mary I .''.inuiry. a light Increase over the ;{ for the School Board from

'ht' Borer Funeral were Home.in charge of I II II iI ;given.type date Farm, boy, February 19. i I and to pctttoes as a food favorite i i.J Jane Kite. of Starke. I J,98a xnllons sated In Drcember. > OJ),'..kt Two. 1,


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THE 'MARIJUANA MENACE working with the made In 1 the State !><. ,ad\t-rtlsed and HoldIII At WA. t till' I .. for Hash Si' of HWVi ( i:fTI.'I' r tax .i iMiieel 'P.
-" MMin fleet Lawtey. ALSO N'VItr I.
Recent reports of the U. S. Commissioner i politeness survey" among children hllh. .1.h. I >"- \OT1CR IS iY 1IIVRN that thereon t V
'i.\ 1,1.(1 ) "hR! 1 18210 of the The taxes to he -"til anevidenced, 85 Tp' (H S H 19 M. n K.ld.
of Narcotic Mr. H. JAnsllnger. of every age color race and t I'll": : .\ctn uf the 1..I.I""r. uponMiH 'In' Certificate? Noi. :IIB and 74.1 of tlC Itipi 20( At'u't'P, .nr. or less Mis, Annie. Lou Godwin I has fie/ hiaceB, tha '"lowlll,I dt. ., "'
t I I estateIn and to bp arc uivlIu'uIel with itt. 'icimoHt that the erty In 011')' 0'* '
d..rlh'.d I 11130 and I 111.13: ri'xpi" represent The taxes w'II.1
call attention to the economic caMs In New York city I r..wll', of HI..r..d.1..1 nfFlotilla the unpaid Iv"ly.tIX"H for I tho bv lertlfliate N. I and 10 of 1932 curl if l< .lh.r with all BUbseiiuvnt Stale nf II0rhl., t".wl 1

rapid Increase In the use of marl- Here are some of the facts dlHloaecl 'I-wll : 11. yAr. 192U' 11137. both Inclu"lve..In'.I.I and,, 11133 r""I"'I".I;, and r'.I..nt omitted or .\ted taxes held sold Hottth I 11.1 8nllh\ '.
the i by the Stale be 0mlel'rtist1 and tpr /nl.hwe.l ljuui" I i. ,
MJ', Itinnii i hashish' a weed which la t Cur rm School In Sec. 22, Towl- .' :,,Lot 0t. Pub-Dlv In 1IU7 unpaid: both i liKlusUo.. amounting I tn I the highest bidder for cash ". U.1 I ". y-one TI.H ,K: i ien V

being aperetely cultivated in many Underprivileged children from ship 7 .smith, Itangn / ,." Kast Lawtey t. I 15. provided, bv Chuptei, I 18H90 of the Soul h Range- '1'" ,, ,

31)! evidenced Said 1 I H I c's together with 1917 Bits' nf I the upon fin' si cniitnliiliifi' TM.II,,, .
of United States. ''nt'ml'nt dlHtrlcls < ." acres, more or The InSect be uold I lax t'.o' k. T11.1.llr. : ,
the more .nlllll .
are polite AI'
|parts'" leSS by "'. NB I. : 746 of all Hlihseiiient| ."lte" or Levied the following I I d... I".d I pslatoIn tli'O") (mr lesM ,

Thp destructive effect of the use than those from the fashionable I The. t tuxes t IK milil aie evidenced 1'HO "I"'at.\ 'ipHjixcllvely, and .>.es \11 be ,. the hlghuntItiililei I I the' t',,II, of HI.Ho"'I.1, ?ll.I of The UHHPHsnip.ni uf I M I"

of this narcotic. said to be used neighborhoods.Fifty t cpittflcalci. ., NOK 79 97 of ,ipHiuit :(he unpaid; taxes for ITr ,' I Ii.' c'uiiitIIOIIHO d..1 Insi 1"ln'Ila., lo-wlt.: "-,'Iy under the said 1,1, I"'

I rill t ,mill,,,l respect' ".' Alt, lid icpICSPIII VI-IIIH, |11429 tu 41.17. both ( ink, ,,,. un' the IHtli' day of Ja'ch., 1 Lot lOl Fl n' A W Hy !10Ft Mtiecl oat, In theuaim' .I i \ I. ,'::
In the manufacture of some brandsof boys and girls said they Il0 M. N In SW Cor of Lot 10 brew.
I, I axes for the I. $23 4,.. 1 r'lH:' I, al II ::01 o'll.n'k A. A

cigarettes. Is to release the 'relieved use of "Sir orwhen "Ma'am" ,.,."IK I Kill th. to unpaid I'll"t both I ItlclUHlMitiiiniiMl <.lunl,1 AI : Lol -OttH Sub-DIv In I Dali'i, t I It I''lie -JOtli dav of i'eliruai Town of Lawtp11 I of Rv InSin's L'nlcss said: : :e-citlfii; ; '
Ins to | 00.AliSO NR.t Luuwtey )', 11:H. 23. :84, 21. A 211. Township peleeined I iicc-ording I I:. i .1,

base impulses and desired from addressing elders constituted I. '. 7, 4 or 10 st-I'es, The taxes I tn IIP .old ,arp evidenced (C.J..IlIAI. Sfl.\ I.) 5 uulh. llauge 22 Rast: Ijmpeity descrllipcl I I,u.'m., ,., :'.

those moral controls and inhibi- "servility." KK'4' of N'lO'i. In Hvo. 1. Tnwn-. hy l Celtirii-atx, Ni.>t318 and 74fl of .1. THOMAS The I luxes I. .. sold arc" f'"hl""I(1 olil In the highest hhl.i., ,
stilt|> ft Hotll li. "; 19.10 and l 93.Itt.nicLiVOiY. and rppivMpnt Cleric of Circuit Couit" ofI hv .I.lrh.A.. N". 241 point house, door on tin i It
tions developed In the civilized Many of the children defended ('ontiilnfriff I 10 Hi'reM H.IKO., 2 /1.or the uni!>Til taxes for the I lradft.iti County. Florida. I I'il2: l : respertlvelr' I and rtprpsent clay in 1 the month of .t I. :n.

man. their right .J talk whenever they IfHH.The. "or. viiars 1929 to 1!17, both I.clu.h'e. ::.4-3'.3-t. taxeH for the years 1931 to \hleh tha, 4th. lint 'I'i .:

ammintliiK to $| Si.1! I ei:17. InHi, Inclusiveiiinuunllng' I to I'a I Ihln li.lid. d"., .,i i .
chose regardless of whether t. to !Pta olil evldonceill
Education the dvlcter- are lilIlh.: "
( regarding I l ALWDLota: 7 Otis Sub-DIv In .IIIKIir ('(ii II't' VOlt $8072 r.
neant Interrupting their elders hy tfttiriiniH NOH 2fi and eno of Kant Lawtpy. 11'1" A 'ti4O Com I 105 Kt R of SW Colof hlPirl'IAL,
bus' effects of this dangerous drug IistA: nnd IfJ-l And ( Ol %'i' VI.Oltlilt : ( M.1Ar./
r..I''lv.lv. repli'Hciil The taxes to lie Hold HIP evtcleneol 1 11 1"01" Lnt 10 A Run N 210 ft. 105 A. J.
A number of voted \\( Klll.nilxahptlt F 10:11
large boys I th for the 1.
IB' urged by Commissioner Anslingei Inl"ld .. bv ('.rl""At' NI.K ItS, 747. and 1 O Lamb and ft H 210 ft. W 105 ft to B.I. Clerk '. ,
) <
t Mian I both lr"11
yea'en I InrlUHlvv.
'. Many stress the importanceof that tipping of hats is unneces- anioiintliiff I t I. $Ila7.. I l.'lg:1 ( : mil 1 :. and, I I 1117. re- James, Lamb, her hl.h."I.f'oll'I.lnant. ..Wl of I.RWI.y. R of Rv It rod fui'cI 0111'I 1 ,r

Hiipctlielv. antI t icpiesent the un- I *. 23 24.* 5 & 28 Township 5 ).21-6t-8-21. .
sary. /.,
stricter state laws prohibitingthe .\./' l.t. 1. 2-1-4 A 'V'or palil, taxeS for tInt years, J029! to VHJamnH H"llh. Hange 22 HustThe .

production and use of mari Most of the children believed :S, ft all n, 10-11-12-n-M- I 1:14.: both itiel tt e I \. Hiuountlntf I to L. Whltlnglll et ul. taxes to be sold are evidenced iii TIM % \ >u.: ormi: -

subway pushing to not matter ir-1H-l7-t1-20-2l-2i-24-i I I : : 128 99. is niuiitv: : HIVISN TOHrtiry by "",'llrl'al. NOH. 24! and Ill ot ,'r''.'.1 OP l't.OIttIi 81
juana and more stringent federal b & 44 In. V''oodltwti AV'lj of NRitof ALSO-: Com HI a Pt on Uy XOTJ"I" Diew ReddIsh and ISIS respectively and represent It appearing by affldiivii t .

laws to prevent Its production and of discourtesy necessary to HBk' In A"... II. TownHlilp 5Soulh1 where' R A W lu. nf H... 2.1iTosseB : Jiiniua H.d.l.h... old each of th.113 unpaid taxes for the that certaIn, cause in Cli.i ,' "< '0<. I Inirt

IJR".. get somewhere. .. ....n.2J. Kilivt., rontitln-. .& Hun. I Hv 960f I Ih.ni. if Whllnll.v. I If dead to the yearn 1931 to .1 1917._ both Inclusive, I Itrmtd ford _("J'nIY. Florida I"i .,,
--- The .. "" '-"". ". ur ... co Sloan running. I rut, i\r i unklown helrB I tle\lneeH) Itigatees. amounting. to SitC 66. eery, critic led. Floyd, Kegl-i, ,I. ,i.iiT:: :
,, to be lost in inaugurating boya/BS whole were found The taxHM tn l> Hold are \f'lcnce<1lv Thence to I ,. i
There Is no time 1 at rIght angles Ky griintepH or anBlgns of each of the ALSO: Lnt / Rx a Lot 100 ft N tiff. Alice Register n', : ,

a campaign of education -I to be more COUI.t"OIS and polite .<.rtr..I. No 25K at 19:HI, anil 1440( f to n Pt of Beg Thence above named der..ulaI18. that suit A S bv 400 t R & W In NW and I the relief P"RYt1 1,", "i I.,1.i.;
iinpnld taxes for the I.
(than the girls. ."fr..nt Ih. N 1''al.1 with Ky 840 r has been filed against each of th.1 ('or, Town of Lawtey R of Rv Dlvotce; that tb. defend,n, ,. J
V. against marijuana. for many i t Hill: I. both inelusive.tituoiintttitr "'!"nc. at Istht angles 10 the Circuit, (.' .t for Bradfordounty In Sec 23, 24, 25. A.)28. Township resident of a It'lt. ( Cum,, ,
II "
of the most heinous crimes chron- Chinese children were the most I to $401.74. ft Thence S Pal' 'a Mel with Rv Florida, .by U. 5 South, Bant. known to the. I "n.
EI.ub.lh nal. 2 I ,
A I.M >: Lots 1. 9 all loin 840 pl"lllt. "I
oolite of f. ThpntiW at right angle'S The taxes In evidenced there IB no '
Lamb and her "
nationality studied J.m. ar. )
1. '
any hIHb.ld. II -
saidto to 1of & Lntx 1""H"1
the Hlirhwav 17-47- "
Icled In dally press are ft. tn hPir In See. 24, "J
and of Florida
by ""
.anib, for the |uii |>use tl remove ..rlrlrRt. 721 1,1 ppisunii I ,
ollowed those of 4S-no.t!: In VVonillawn, In Ri by Township South 22 "
be attributable to its use. ialan. 5 I InlidH and quiet, I the title to theoilowlng 1912 respectl\elv" represent 11"1 would PPI-' ',,UI'' i '
South 22
The most difficult phase of the French Japanese and des- Kant 1. C ontaliiliiK, I HO, flange. motor '. I..t.les contAlnh'1' 20 aer.a. moreor described 1 i : lands, lying .and the unpaid taxes for the ,1.r."dAnl. IT 1: i .i [ >"'n.. 1'
1"1" I
to 1917. both Inclnsh. KH. that
Ida tIle ,
cent. IHHHThe being In liiadford County, Flui V.Ar. li.il defendant, I, : !
problem In the enactment of leg- The taxes to be sold are evldelce. nit : amountIng to 1..1. appear to t the \ 1.1

islation and laws American boys and girls were ciTllfli'iitcB taXes to !h. Hold are .vhl.I.(1 by. Certificate No. 319 of .J..I., t. 2. :3, 4, II'. 10, I and 12 11 tax $18.21.1 Ie" together 1 plaint on the 4th I I.. ,,'I.,
enforcing No. 281 of and I"r lt
1910 .pr..t the unpaid taxes for the uf Itlock 4 and Lots 2, 3. 4, with I t all subsequent, omitted or i th r\tlse I decree \1.
pin <
'he I I
against the use of narcotics of rudest and most discourteous i vtprH r.ptesett| 1H2I( the to Iltlr: both I IHXPH for t the years, 1929 1011.. both hle".lve.Iln"nllnl !9. 10 11. and 12 of Blk .3 of A. Levied tuxes will bp Bold to the l. entered.against h.'i' fin., I '"Ii,,|. I

kind Is the large profit to be if the whole lot. AIMotllltlnv,,, to St 1:11. 11.lu.lve. to $77 68 ((1 1. A Ivarees' AIII.1 I to Town hIghest hlilder at the Courthousetioor tire tn appear, ; that thK i |
any 1' : NEW "f NWli of NB-i o. 4
4.NI. of ., bugln,, atte.ithutIilt In on the Itth day of published ,
once a ttpc-k f ,
: is sad 'Rrk. al.o. il.rk. i .
Indeed AI.HO: A of tntr,7vts ,
commentary '
their and sale. I I J."t N'4 A WVj of N'tV'4 of NEli & S'fiof "n.1
made in production 13. .
that native-born & I- 50-HO Wood- Nii' of NW'A NW'4 of ) corner of Lafayette \nr"h. ] 13M. at 11:00: o'clock Hpcutlve weeks I In, II,.' l I' I n, 'rt
children with .I .
Another of the problem Is lawn, and Aluo. lit "OWI ufStarke County, 'a .
phase In >c. 12. Townnhlp 5Smith. NRV, III, Sec 24, Town 1,1. "I"grlph. I. \ 9.geneial
Paled. this
ill 1".r and run Southernlv the clay of February -
the ", <
advantages which a ItaiiHTC 22 Kant rontalnnK 22 ]1'1.- i.
the great number of unemployed .hi' loulh. Range East along' Rast skin uf Adams t I I Floildn
\ Ill ", more or IOHHThi1 11. 9H. Irndr"'d County.
people many of whom will resort wealthy and progressive nation taxes'r.to.he Hold, are 10'.lnlnl' 60 aches more or 210 ft. for point of b"llnnlnK. (OFI"WI.IFJ.T.) 'VJTo.: : I\Y hand .,in.,,d) 01,

to most anything to make a living jan provide, should be lacking in '.\ i"'>!'tlfU'ali NOB, 261 and.vld",1 226 of The. taxes to sold are j thence In saute .1""ltnn r\/ ..AI o said Couit IliK t I, l I.
1. .vld.n..1 to tuenceNuith Clerk of Court of 23ld. ) "I
I'lSO and J.nd. .r .
'olitcnesa when and rep- hv OrtlflratpH 820' :
with I
compared l1a5 r""I.t..ly. (
The enormous profits In narcotics ,MiHfiit for the _. !U _tiegresWcst_ 477 feet. .. .. .Bradford County! Florida.OTIfH I tI"i"tt'IAL StOAIi
tax. lU ana .
alcohol included have caused :hildren who live In squalid tene- i-ii- 112th!) > .. 10:. both II.h.lv., '.reHent ala unpaId r""I''UV'IY.| IAxa. for r.p-hue to Kant line or Tomspir lanns.thence '-'O-.'-. I. A. J_ THOMAS.
North on East line of Clerk rif '. ,
.nents play in the and amounting to $ veers tillS to both Ch i tim" rt
civilized street grow 15.70. I la7. : Indu." '
Governments of the said land x0 feet South line Bradfnrd (
ALSO: NK'4 % In See to 68ALHO OF OP 0111' l I'I i !
amounting $184 > tiE 'r.tveea'vtFu'
countries to wink at the demoralizing up In the rougher strata of so 12, Township 5 South, Hanga 22 : 8t i of N'" of S0' of .1. ( Alvar.. Add Ilon0 : 8TFS T FRANK LANI'IIJI

narcotics the ciety. t'nnt I. c-ontiilnlns 40'acrex, moreor SIO'In K35, Township 5. Town .r Starke. thence ..t.rn- NOTICR IS IIRRRBV thai Attorney "I."tfr
effect of upon I hens. Iv on said South line. of J. G. fn-E; 2-
South 22 containing S. R. Johns has with 2.t32.
peoples of the world. Great Brit- Taken as a whole It may be The tureen to be Hold are evidenced 10 n.nl I..t. lesH Alvures'H Addition and parallel" me written request fl.d tax -

ain has been in both enactment that our politeness as a nation la hv certifIcate No. 202 of 1910. and The taxea to"be sold are evidenced I with lA.y.t., point St. 007 of feet beginning ort ertlflcHtes 101.lhpl nlth Ih.all subMeqtteflt I i M...'ilmiOTl:
la t "reprtHpnt the unpaid taxe for the bv "' .122 and 771 of h"'nhout. "
I taxes held
of laws and their enforcement 10 worse than I was 0 years y..Ar. l)29! to 1111, both Inllu.'o. 1910 .rlCI8t. Nl'lespectlvply I andrepresent containing 3 and 90/100 'iy the nmlt.d advertised( I.vl.d and anldo I It appearing" by affida\n,, t i in
and that to I acres, moie or I... said lands f'a'e h. I I I that curtain cause In 'h''ul', 1.0
igo the : $ the : -
the traffic in opiumin average personIs 'Lno.nllg 49.31. the unpaid taxes for the bidder for cash as un'
against ..
In S\Vi
of of
being HW(4( See. llrudfurd County ,
: lot Woodlawn In Florida, dan"eery :
1131 to Hoa7. both Inclusive rnvlded bv 18i96 .
not realty rude but the AJ./O v"r. Chapter of the I
25 Twp. 8 8. It. 22 E. '
China. Despite the treaty relations merely in, TownshIp B South amounting to $31 81ALSO 1937 teats of the Legislature .ntt.d. Ho.eo. Slav .

against traffic in opiates. /Icilm of our hurry-up civilization. Ttnnito 22 Knnt, containing 10 : HRti of SE'4 of NEtS AH persons And you In and interest eai-h si-c Aif you ordered, and and all the following described real estate 11".n the tiff relief. Katl. !1.y. efendn..,' ..11.1..

RfraH. more or ]PHI W'or> of In the Cnnntv prayed for being l i
SRt4 VWi'i Aof of Pradford State of
Inaugurated by the United States "h. taxes .. be sold are evidenced Iload A NWn'. of HWH r."lh'," tn appear, in. said entice' on, Florida, to-wit: that the Defendant r" it 1. 'm, 'ol'

Japan a party to these treaties, is But it would appear that our 'y ..rtCh.Rt. No. 214 of 110 and A NKU of SWU\NJJ' 8W"., & Monday.Hill AprIl of 4th. 1918 to exhibited annweisaid WS of NKi of NRi Rx N 8 A 1 State or ('otlntty unkno'h.i ,

children could take a lesson In ,'.pr."nl th. unpaid taxen for the IW' of 8WH of SWV, di }: Complaint HO A R HO Ft. In Sec 82. TownshIp 1'lalntlff and that th.r. IM n'. i i..,mm
now said to be one of the worst \--arn lilt to 1111. both Inclusive, of NKIJ of RE'. SK'4 "I.lnHt you aH d.C.nd"1. Caln. 6 South Range 23 East In the State of Florida ',. 01!

violators of those relations.It :ommon courtesy from the "heath- ...unlnl to $17.78. of NKl} of SB-n KS, SKI, whl.h. and there d..r.. thl. 13 Acres, more or personal process upon when,, "' lull
Court will be entered r"nl.lnln"
.n Chinese.".--Tallahassee Demo- : I.otB 63. 64 In Wood- of SKVi In Sec. 2t Township 6 against you. personally bind the sold "li t I. liinl:
Is feared by some that the It further ordered that thin notice IT M .
lawn In Sec 13, Township 5 South. 22 Rant cixltalnIIIIT The taxes to bn sold are evidenced ORDRHED that the d. uJanl'

Increased use of weed narcoticswill ci at. ""I Itnnira 22 Kant, containing 90 n.nl'lcr. mine or I... .. ._. .be_ published_. ." ..u.once._ .. .week_ forfold by ..'.tllcAt. :,,. in >- of 10.11: r. I Ivalle. I May_ ..P'.r.0 th,. i".'l i oi
zo ttcrps, or IPHH.The The lie, .u.n.v .nu n... ..tltnt on aaj X
lead to the establishment or ---.--- be nor. taxeB to .old are .v.l.n..d County Telegraph, a newspaper r"Ir..nt"U"R citaxee 11136 otherwise decree |>rll
taxes to sold evidenced
br Certificate No. 321: of for the years to 1917 .
laws in the Unie States similar Lights For Raiford t.v ..rlrl.Rt. Non 284 and 227 of represent the unpaid taxes for the and having a general circulation hitch In.lu.lv. 1113, to will be entered agalnat h"i i i ..
V. 13i'> I and published In Bradford County ano.nlll $4.04. ,.Iho. BO to 4',1; that thi-- I
.n" ar r..pA.lv.ly. rep- 1121 to lilt both Inclusive Ar."n' of
to those enacted to control the v.ar Florida.Pone. NWL' l
Construction work began several i enent the for the MI14 plll"h.'d once a week t., i,<,
.. .Id tax.. 'amounting to 7.P4. and oidpred, & SWi'\ of HMTH of NB i In .
manufacture and sale of alcohol: Necks ago on an extension of "..r. 1121' to 1117. both Inclusive, Also K"i $SK'i of NWH of.SKI ida this 28th day of at Feb.Stance A. Flor 1938 ?". Township 8 /o"th. Range 23 "lth'" weeks In the It" .i tfirfl,

I I.e., laws based on taxation of the Florida Power .mounting I I to $110 7th. /, In Sec 28, Township S .(OFFICIAL SRALA [ East, containing ", moi.'e County T.I"lraph. a newcin; .' o
& Light Co., pow- ALSO: : N'4 of Lot : A all Lot K..th. Range 22 Bust, contain J. I. general .. pull-h u 1 i "
i drug for revenue purposes. lines 1 A V'j of Lot 18 In Woodluwn TUC IAS. Bradford' County,
:1 to the town of Raiford Acres more or tens.The Clerk Circuit The taxes to be sold are e\ldenced \'Iorhl. .
I & SRI, of '; : or RV In Sec-. taxes to Court > VVITN'KKH my hlno R/d t III!
destruction of IN'I' evidenced certificate
With the gradual are iy nf 1983 and
The extension cuts off from the 14. Range 22 bv Certificate 1..ol Urad ford ( .ulty. FKulda N. 10t seal) of Bald (' I i irr
of and uneeaent unpaid
/ 1930 I R. K. for the years
the moral thinking of the people ilgh line Hast containing 28 acres, more the p..ymRn. 22nd, A. P H1N
power entering Lake represent unpaid taxes for the Solicitor, for Complainant. 1912 to H17. both Inclnsivp' amount-

due ,to poor economic conditions, Butler near the intersection of or The IPSH.tuxes to he mild are evidenced years 1929 to 1911 both I inclusive 1 344t.325.o'rl'pi. ing $5780. (OFI'WIAL. .SEAL)
amounting to $1824ALSO said lax certifiustes together THCIAf.
V lascivious movies and radio broadcasts Roads 28 and 49 and follows the by ..rIC.nt. No. 269 of 1910 and 4 A In N'K for of fE'4nr -\ -! : -?- MILK-- with all Htibspriupnt omitted or Clerk Clr.u"' .

and the increase in the con- ilghway to Raiford. '. .. th. unpaid taxes for the SWt,'oC NK: & NI.J of NOTICE: I 0'.1.:1..UIVKN. that t.evlpd taxes will bp Hold to the- T lrAdror.1 County. I 1 i n
Humptlon of drugs all resulting In .______h.._ ___ v.ar.. 1129, tn to $1111 4H 04., both inclusIvem"nfitg of of: KKVt SIS'' of SIJi, A SKV of NM'i: under nnd by virtue of that cprtalnaxecntlon highest bidder at the rnurthoune1"or JANIIIMAUorn.y
I 3 A In NW Cor ofNK" iBHUIng out of and under In Starlce on the llth. day of l'loln'lf.

our $15,000,000,000 annual crime Free ALSO: St of Lot 14 In Wood- ., of Sfl'. of SK'i & W.j of Fin seal I of the Chcuit Court of the March, A I). 19.18. at 11:00: o'clock 2-25-81-3-26.
Recipe BooksThe lawn In ". Township 5 SRl/i of SK'i of SKI' A SWI; A. M.
bill In this country, many humanitarian ** 1. nil ret Judicial Circuit of In V
i>nth, Range Sad Florid. \OTH-R
of 5flIof BK of SKI Dated
this the 19th.
cud of
February -
believe Telegraph has a limited bog 6 Acres, less Ll f,1 1..y.t County a cause dy Notice Is given ,
observers anythingcan nwr. or of SWH of 8K of NFL 1938 hereby tt. "
&8t 'h'r.11 ""ld J. M. Oorn-
happen in this country-- Exchange number of local recipe books left / The tnxpH to hI nr.evidenced of MW0' SCI' Sec 2A. tea liecelver I wh"r.11 I b. Hank (OFFICIAL SRAL) It may concern that >"' ,It
iv ..rtlfl.RI. No. nnd 212 nf'HO 5 p..lt any and all elaim ,: "
Township Smith. Range 22 if I was plaintiff A. THOMAS.: ,.1.
from and
over the recent Mayo T. n ,
cooking 1"M4 and of Mrs. R W II I .
r."llv.ly. repreSent Rast. containing 4 acres, ,more 'Hundley was defendant and the said Clerk of Circuit Court of 1. ..tat. mt
These have been the for theears or I".R.Th. Wrndfoid > Ih. C'nunty Judge of M II."
ludgment Florida.
very pop. County, '
-- qchool "- b.lnM assigned to H. T ( ,
1121 "
to Florida ,
1'37. both Inclusive, taxes to lie Hold evidenced 5 2-25-31-3-11. "ulty. wihin Ih.
I and .
ilar with the "ltl.1 Putnal and
HOES OUR NATION LACK women folks and we tn bplng from date hereof 1.1 ,
'In,01ntlnl 6.1. br No. 3.18: of 19.10 .ndr'pr""lt retmrdPd In the office ..Id ,I
.rltr.l. of the Clerk
vill be glad to give them as \O .,'. 41, 4. 410 In Wond- laCes the be barred by law.
ORDINARY POLITENESS? away In Sc-c. Township 5 Ih. uiipnld r.r if the Circuit Court for Bradford NOI'ICK. OP 511.58' OP 'rt\ Annie Maria Lovedav HUM, ",.
years to both
ong as they last to who 1111 11.h..h.. County. Florida. I have levied ( KHTIPirTKt: .
The contention frequently is any one "onth. Rnnge 22 contain to $1 12 3P. uponinrl Ext', ,i'. ,
FA.t. "nO"II' will offer for Hale and Hell to NOTICE IS HRRRBY GIVEN haf
heard that the United States rapidly alls at our office. tmpH D.rPH.to "sold. n. less.The evidenced. : fit', of NUti 'of N'R'i I. he highest' and best bidder for cash '( IItefluurest hAM tiled with : -4-3.1. _.
are --
is becoming a nation of ---.--- ',v certificate No.,.. 275 and 218 of In Range See. 22 27.Hast Township containing 5 8."lh.1U, I to-nlt h** f'I"wlll: described propelty .. .written. .request that. the tailcertiracaive *01'U'f' OPPP1.ICll \

'mo!': and and r.I lens : tnjeetner wit n a,, ".tilt'illntlt ,,'- POK T ,X I>KPIVeniife : : >
polite and discourteous people.1m-I GUM ItRANCH 191 r".p"t.tlv.ly. rep.nont acres, or The Smith-went, ,
Qrt.r of the or" levied taxes held'V
< taxes for the, ( Hill % IH.I)
.h. 111"1.1 I The ," I. Hold n.e.hl"n.. Ninth-went .
who have off I. of Section the State be advetttsed and sc.ld
j Persons come .. QU..I"
.ttl1429 N-OTICR ,
to I 1117. I liv ISHRRRI1V01VI: ,
Annie M. both 347 and HJu
Harnngt' InII'lv. Tblrtv-two" .
{"rl""t. ). to the
highest bidder
Fl\e for cash
( muiintlna $81.01. 1130 II Township aa W H Smith holder of T '
: ond best in an altercation with a I 11la: : ,' and represent Hnuth, Range
.\.SO' Lot 4 In Woodlawn In ..p."t".ly. for the also The Tw.nly-ol. F..t provided by Chapter 18296 of the lint No. 418. 'Issued (heMlgust 7 -l:
traffic cop. or with another motorist 5 South unln,1 of 1917 acts uf the 1."II.I&lr. upon A. P. 1 : has ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey Mr. Township years 1121 t. lft'17.: both inclusiveamounting I of the North-east -he 1I. l 1,1' ''m
are Inclined to shake their I Range 22 Rast. containing 10 I. $JO.72. H."ah.hul the 101"w1II d..rrlh.1 I..AI estate tn mY. office ii ltd has 1,111,1lion .
md Mrs. A. J. Yarbough and sons. IK. I" JIRI.t.r North-east Quar- In of 111 n PS, I tilt
or a Iced i
mo.1 .. ALSO' : Lol 3.1 Wimdlawn' In t t'r and I the tu V .
14t I
heads and complain about the decline U -east Qua,it Florida : I .
'Iyde The luxe bp sold are Idpnced"rtlflcutp to-wi therpon. Said eertlflcati
and e\ HPC 21
Aaron, spent Sunday Township 5 South, of .
: Noith-east All ,
of common NOB. 2X0 antI 224 of Range 23 th. Qu".t.r ( less sWi, 1 nf Road In the fnllotvlng described ,
with Mr. and Mrs. Noon Bradley '110 and 1914 and .. .Kast. containing 10 aiieH In the Southwestcol See 20, Township 8. SuuthRange I''.. <-uintv of flituItot'iFlorida I "
Some bemoan the fact that It Is r".lv.ly. repespnt "ltt.CN ". or lensThe 'HP!1') uf )te-t tint! 22.t., 12
-if Eoitdraln and were accompanied 'the 1"1..1 t.x.. for the taxes to lie sold! are. exldenced Township Kite 'w.ntY-fv. containing to-wlt:

now common practice for men to pars |1121 both Inclusive, Iy Ceitirieate Ni". :.141 and 271 01 Rant HAnl", ..r"H. "'I' "I I... 1/.1 10 Ac'l'etu i.f Lot, Th.
home ,
Misses the The
Winona HIId
by and i linn.nl. to $29 37. 1910 and '. 'lt.-on. "" ti"". t. h. aie evidenced fi ,
keep their hats on in elevators 11.14: al.1 repc'Bent l hi on the 4th day of by certificate' lon 2 Township
r..p"tv.ly. Apt 11. No. 975 cif 1911 respectively -
Aictha | ALSOLots: 1. 2, :it. 15. 48 Range 21 I .
who will
Bradley remain 3. t8"oml.wn the for the I lili' at tin front J..t. ('on""
and allow women to stand while I, \ In Sec. < loxp. door of 'ho"UI.t I and repi'psptit' AC-IPS. less
ere for the next few months. 1. T.wn- years 1921 t I., 1'37.! both 11111,1mo.nlhIK \,.., House In Starke." taxes for the yeam, 1i)2! ) : "lr. or .
ship 'IO'ld" The
they remain seated in a street car I ," Range Rant, ., to $ .: and the same to be Bold '!'inth Inclusive .Inl"'I'j asspssment of thi '' ''I
amounting to :
or bus. Miss Hazel Supp spent the week- .ntalnlng IPHB.The. 70 acres, more or ALSO' I A.r" In SI'':'.', of IT'1'"r 'l\ sppai.ately t,. together, so \.10: I,.'. 10 In itv under the, said certiMted '
SRViV: of 1 was In the of i i1'nlesn III'
nd in Double Run with her brother fly In He. 4, much Is to Iln.
necessaiy Truby Co's .
1.r Livingston Addition
taxes be sold are evidencedv 1. sale! cdt I ,
1 Towiishlp Icatp. )
Children it Is argued are less 5. South I s
In-luw and sister Mr and Mrs. '> cc-rtlflcnte NOH. 2SI I and 22S of ,, 1 Hang. 2 ...satisfy .Id execution and. to NtA'k. In, vr'.j of NR'i .I..d 10 law.113' t,1' '
inclined to respect their elders. and iRO) nucl' and reppcent TI.I.. .lt.11111 acres, .. .nd to be sold dl'lnA t lit, In Sec. 2S. Township 8, Soulh I .. "Iordlnl, 'I
W R.
Conner. \3 r..lv.ly. I. legal hours nf "I. I'niiKe 22 Hast. .I"'I.d therein ,11"w
more inclined to disregard old nnp..1 I.x". for the The taxes tn he sold are Tills to bidder t '
day ..
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shaw, of the "-11'' 1121 t. tla7. both Inclusive, byierttfi'afp, NOB. 303 0 evll..I..nr 21d .%. I of). F.hrl.ry.. 1938 Tlie taxes to hp sold are p\ldpncpd 1 house doo. on the first M ,Ii'tie. |
maxim such "Silence is golden iniuuntlng to $ I 1112: 'I cprtlflcnte N'. 1114 I I of 1911. andcprpHftnr mnnth of I'
a jfUe Farm were visiting relatives 7.7. and 11.14: respectively rep Hheilff, flradfnrd ;: 1918: ,
County, } th unpaid,, :.h.
.no tuxes for t'
ALSO: Cum of 'I"rlta. the the 4th '
; and "Speak when you're upoken 01 .10. Hotel resent the unpaid taxes for Hit I.pMier, Summers*!!, fears 1912: tu day 193Fipd
.n this section Sunday night. I lot & rim nn s'nle( 14 ton 19JI 1117 licit U In.u.lv. I this
r to." Mr. and Pt of l.pg, ThenceW r v..o. to to 1117, both Inclusiveamounting .1"1'I"y. fur Plaintiff. ""olnlhIK to $27 Ill., 19fl8.OFKICI. day' fC > "my
Mrs. J. $1062.
C. of 4f. -
:. The questions raised here may be Sapp M. 2 Ft l':. 40 .'t. N 21 f. A LSD: Lots 22 Said tax certificates, together VL SI \T.)

Sampson Ciy. were visiting his '" Town of T.wt"y. of Rinlintclng .V I of N fl'1..HI.ll., MlIittrrs with, all subseciuent, omitted .. A. J. THOMAS." >
less "
more but "Ipd :
or academic ; tnxe- will
they ltill\vnv In M",'. 23 of ; :'G \.n sold to Clerk .'
6 NW'l/i tif u'
'nrents and Mrs. J. S. Sapp Townnhlp Hvi35.: Township NOTICR Irf linilKllV: that : highest bidder at Circuit
the ,
lend Interest to a recent survey -nth Rnnge 23 Rani' Hoiith Range !flaef, contain- under, and by \lrtue I of t'ntm-t neaelfeircl, K I.
I that
door In (o."ty.
lertalp th"l
Sunday afternoon. on the llth. duty
j. I It The tuxes to be arc* evidenced, lug 13 11"'k. 2-l1-Bt-3-18.
.hi act PS, less. (if
wtl-h more or
the Union 'Issued
Inspectors club. ,v certificate W"1 .x..III.1 by and nn- .tut-h. A. I :IS. at 11 I I ::00 o'-lo
NOB 101
W. 710 nf The i. \
H. Carter of taxes I I the
Evergreen .n" t. h. ",1.1 are .vlr..II "" and seal nf A. \ Mpted. : ;
'i .cl"lnl
and" 1i33! :
-- the r."p.lv.ly. and rep- by. ..'.lr.nt. No. :i\2 of J. Thomas, I' ,I Court 'IC'I': OP.i'IM t10113 rfXemite '
pent week-end with J. A. sent the for ff'I"11 'hl. the I I'ltli. clay of
thealtc .
'.. t.x". "I".Olt tl" .nllI.1 t.x.. .for thiyears I In and I fur ttu'u(1 ""', u Flor- rudy t :' F"h-j :U
t II image, of this section. 1121 to la7. both' I Inclusive, 1921 I IQ'I.l I ) .1 IlcIulCl ire. .1.| un, that cell' i .,. ( > Illll No. 1:1 I
.11 rec-
mounting to $4844 ., I"dl.r Cl..IAI,11.\I.1 NOTICR: IM ,TI I
BUSINESS Mr to $ public I I I : I
and F. nolnt1 IIH.nYOI\
Ars. S. Sapp were V !." IJi of 1 all .r.i. .a"l Itrad- 10 I I C. fit "
Lot l T..t. Alfo: :.I5| ft nf lot12 & all f.im'I County, wherein 1.1"11. 1 1I
tlrlf'i 1 ,' hol.
3 1 In of Fhllda. k Client, Court' ofdfml'd ,
I isltirg Mr. and Mrs.. W. R. Con- "nWI T..wl.y. R of 1.1 peiB\llle Rmbrai-lng l .1'John \tett- I and Itt '"", No I. .. I Iel IT
RtI'. of Double Run Saturday n. 1.5 1'r. 23. 21. 25, 24. Township .N 'l of MJt., A NR'i of NVV"" 'l.llxuhpth Pees WIM lhlnlr d.ndRnt andarltig 2-25-8t-3-l1. Cuunt>', Florida. hy .r July, A. I>. 11,10 I o

DIRECTORYDKINK I'. Range Rant 'In Sec 35. TowilHhlp 5. South ",- date Cli nthelm came In mv office and '
.r .Supmlipi
night. The., taxes I. ..sold are evidenced RatiKp. 2j Cast:. containing la ., 1121, t,.A. O. Andreu a'I'MllY -%o7l-< P:-OP- IMP- _.- "pll"A'lol for mx dc. .1| 1.
>v OF
A. J. Yarbough) was visiting ., '- 'rlrl'I'" ). 3111: of mill: ( and n.' .. ..r. or ,. uf llraclfuul' County, Flc.llil.l. qsIt-m'hyhi': t'I'I'l: T\\ 1,1 ." Said 111'iliKpK ,
Ilplld taxes for the Tlie .taxus sold 'lv\ the .1
I. are evidenced Imet.l'i led tend fullutvltm
sell V-iTICR
fl ail Milliard in Woodluwn. Saturday 8",t5 I inijci to Iq'l. hoth Indu"lv. hv. Certificate N. 3110 of 1110 and hp hlvhpHt I I tilcldpifor I wil nn Mull-,tI. T \\". Townspnd IS HFRRIir: has IIIVKV: that'' ..|1) 'itv In the County ,ii' i -
miiuntlng to .. I
$ with
night. 24'128. ppresent' the unpaid taxes fur the they the 4lh day of A. P tl.,1 HIP .tine of Floildil, to-wll'
M..MO I..t Town nf I.awiey Vears t'129! t I. I I'lll: I. both IllililMlveanioiintlhg ii.is,: II front, of the AI'rl. .v'ltl.1 ..IU.. that t. tax CPI I K'.ntli hair or SniilhPli,

I'JIclon Sapp was a business vis- i I': uf Hv I I N". 23. 24. 25. 2'1. I tu $21.1 |"ni' I he Court """'r.nt In ( South of liipnt'Irh'I'p. 'nK.lh.rlh nil suhsp 'I l'I' nf H..iit I Invest Qua I
T .
'to.. to GainesvlleMonday afleri R.ist: iwnshlp I South Range '22 ALSO: I..I 1. 17 r."t.vll. ''taike: I ISraclfnid County, 'I.; 'V Ct-- .M.-ifp,he taxes held !...t t Ion 31 Tnwnshlii, i I.

: 1"I'u.lnK: '. .r t the legal Imurit, l'I'ldl. nrHpitlsrrt antI suld 2 Rast: contaii. ,
| II'I"1 uf i tn tlie I..nll
i< The :11. l :
'O..M to le Hold .r. evidenced .C In Sec 35, "Il. hl.h..1 bidder for as less
lying ficl 0..1 or
'. Township .I.wll. In'"I. lirovlilpcl .
In "
Hilnlop In this I :: "rtlfl.-atp, NOH : and 258 of Month t I Itahgp 3J l.: ci. luiitalilIng I f. : being Chapter 1121(1 the The assessment"I' .
Fred was sec- "*'0 and r"'ldr.rd Cnunty. \'Inrlda. or so i 7 ints nf, I HIP LpgllictLirp, i.f the V I
11:11 and rep.'sstt 5 ,"I'h, upon l 'l-ty ,
r".lv.ly. acres, fibre lesa. t th.-ieuf us und-r the .iill.i' i
Ion Monday.Mr. .'i I h. ,, the "I '.'" 1..ry to "t1 ) r.I.\I"1 I I d 'Hci' real estate .,
1 In Slerlll/ed unlIl1 .x.. r.r 'h.taxeH to he sold are evidenced said 1 Judgment, .nd costs, to- I .II "..d18 In the nani
"tte. and Mrs J. S. Sapp and ,earItl'l. I'httsivei"iu't .'v Certificate No :IIill;I of 1910: and wIt: Florlil.i. .to-wlt", uf Ih'u"I.:, S'"t. or I -I'inkmsmiI'nless'' .
InK Ii 'I I R.38. :
The I'IIIIHCIhiit Ref reslie" .irnlly .X .pl..nl the unpaid taxes for the SRI' of NRl' of .' 10 W : 3t'' '- said cettlflcatc 'h ,
were Mr. uf S\Vl
visiting and Mrs. : .
LSHNVi uf Lot 33 (Or N 200 Lot 1 See.
vears I1J1 tu nil, of ; .. 32 ''leenied 1
Inclusive NV-i'1 SR' anti;I -
h.th { ae-coidlnic
1 D Reddish I"t) Town uf l.n tvte 15 of Rv t/N\/ J 'I'll| s. R 21 I R. :: fj
Saturday night i. MPC'H 21, 24. 25 2B.:.Township amounting I I. $37.06.ItiueIt M I 93 i., ..r SXV1 I. of .. I and A't'es. uurt, or b'ns.contitlnir.g' 53 fly ti 's"rtled therein will ,
Owen tax certificate together Sij of Nni' .-' u the highest hldi.v| '
of at
Carter of Hellbronn 18 all 'rb. ., I
was Smith. Range 23 .y. t I lie
WK ARE Rast. sold
. wit h all hue.mn omitted, lit 7 '"t'e c-\'I Idenced' I I liniiBw I

Isltlng J. A 1-lunage Sundey 'The tuxes .sold are evidenced Levied taxes. will I,. sold to the or ,:",Township, Smith Range 22 I.V.":II eel,tlflc'ute .Nos. .108 and 800 of he p 1-.i-1 d..r! ,nl. the||rl."t mthp .M ,.
I"UES'IUPION lit certificate NOB. 308 and and I I I'MI \tH'I.
721 of ,
I I ,let noon. !I 'MO and highest bidder at the Couithoiise. A. O. " 1":.ll:
EXPERTS 1 .... I the .p..tv.ly. and rep- .1..1 In Staike nn the llth. day of Sheriff ASI'ffl. t".IO Inl.ull taxes fnr the years, l I"ttel thin '\Iwl. ..f I Y9a'

CARPENTER'STHE V .VV -_ ,Mrs, |ISIS t,"pll.1 1117. both.x.. Inclusive.for the .\I.r"h.. A. J'. 19.18, .at 11:00 o'clock "" ,Irl.l.rd1''lnly. lug to,$10.77. '''It .n
I l .1 \ I .
llUOFA \r."nlnl this the 11 h. tiny of February .\ for 6 .. 11''o.r SEH F. 8 Tp J. THOMAS.
REXALL STORE 'v nf t..I:13: A all Lot 1138OKPICIAL: "Iniltlr. R R, containing 40
F. R. :I II. 15 a-4-51.4-1 Clerk cf circuitfliBdfoid "
1. r..ly. Correspondent 3D. ', / Town nf Lawlev. ( SR\L) AIIPS." "nr. c.r less

I R: nf Rv 11 HPCH 31, 24. 25, A J THO.M48 i\ TIIK % 8"li ot. The IA.". to IIP sold evidenced I-l I -5-3-l Ouunty. F '
THI. Rr.
Mr. and 1r J. n Kelly and "n Rst: Township, I tu.lh. Hange 22 Cleric .\'h"11 C'ourt ,,f OF .'!.on 11, 1'1"1'1 918 iy I'Pltlflcnte and X"". 1: and 83 of 1 .
I 1117
YIIM5 I.KU': rno'rts: ''aughter last The Ilod" (Ollty. Flotilla., It npiipiirlng hv r..lh..I." and rpp1914" 'I.i'NI'PW' 811113
Kathryn spent Sun- tuxes In s.'ld are evidenced filed In Rid' .H
1. 2-23-31-3-11 arh'"vl .
'1': in Will Is ton, with Mr. and Mrs. ',I '..%, ,."'-.,.,.. ". 'in un..' .,_... ..0fl... n.__.... I that......certain.,_ ."...cause__L .. ''r"llt'lrt, I t. V"r-. b.'h IRX.'..I._'._". '.. y"Rr.I ._. 1'8 X ".:1:"
I\UOI.I R. LAURF.NCRlle 'it'peent I the unpaid taxes for the .- I uufi'v r ,inri'iH. in chan lug to $26.t 11ALo .. IeSstC HIMo.! 1:1:
M. Mathews and J, M. Mathews. I I: 1131 In '-rv, .llll. riurotliv .un..1 I No'rh'' | : Y i I I id'it
.11. 1911.I both I.elu.lve. 'ori-u steSl.h4 0' 'r 'if, T.rry. Plaln- : N fi'', nf NFl:'', A 1f11' -
-, Ulerril. He.l .:..... llrokerKKVHro Miss Nona Brown returned from I I Ipopka )I amounting to $4190tl.SO 5'sUTtt'lr 'T.:" "relief v ..r'.v. ""'.nd.ot. and NK'i I N\\'i' A W'., of W'j SVt't nf' .1"11. c dw"rr., hold. It
: Lots 41 Rx, W I 'h., for h"II" ... See. 8, Tn : "rtll"RI. N. : ,
.'. A'r. IS MI3REHV UIVKV: that ,, rlv.r 8 R 21 187. 1".1.,1I
> H tIKH.II 1'' Fl..'. last Sunday to spend the Town of Lawtey, R of Rv In N.NO.I'F Jr.. has filed with defi-nilant I,. a lesldent of tamIng' K80 Acres!" F., cnn- I, August 111': I i
i, See's 21. 24 25 28, I.y. me i State or Country unltnown I.r. less. ... In nv office and I
summer with her mother, Mrs. Township that the tax the The taxes I. IIP ,
I ..t".t cer- 1 plaintiff I I and I that I are evidenced application
1."lh. Range 23 Rust together with b.r. peison bv certlfliatx Vns. for in tax dppdUl
Brown. tt..I. all SUIIBB- I In, the 118
I ittst" of and 353
Florldu nf -
\rle to be thereon
evidenced service 1111 Hald ielti'uiicps
..hi ar. I t ted or levied o and 111.1: ,
F. C. Hollingsworth Mrs. J. L>. Peek of Starke. apnt I bt certificate No. .110 of .31. andrppi.Bpnt "11""t!' .State advprtlspd taxeH and, held sold "personal M.nillv. I PMICPSB tilnd, upon" wlv>m would .resent 'unpaid. ...p..lv.ly.. the and rep the fnllowlng
the unpaid snW 1 defendant. 'r 'h'npertvin the l I
the to the : y..r. Coiintv 'if
lAX. bidder t 1117: .
one night last week with Mr. and hlll.t for cash as IT 1 IS OIMiKltRl) that 'Ol t. both I Inclusive,
1921 tu amount of
,I v."r. 1911. both Inclusive ,provided Chapter of the .1, .1. Ih. clpfendLIII tu moo' Stjte Florida, to-wlt
Mrs. J R. Kelly. r .amounting to $1875. : H21 Terry A""r" i ? the H.iIII Northwest Quarter ofweBt '
And nr'ts uf th* r hl' fax celtlfli
Hog Hominy i 01 J.OI.hlllr. upon i ales together
tot 59 Town of lw 'nllnlnlni on the 4th day ill with Quarter leas 5
A large crowd attended \.10. following I sulispciuent, err-
the B. of d..lh. estntp \ I : tutu I I I ed 01, I i.evipd
Ity In Hen's 2:1.: 14. In the 1'11. : nth"lwl.o decree laxes i'ormit-r. Section 4 Town
County of pro
I Y P U. social last Friday night at 1 1 I I 2.4. Township I tnulh. lUingci 1. Kl..rlila. lirndford Slate of | him, fut,",. .11 h. pntpred. against : Milder \( the be sold Cuurthouse to ,,the highest South, Range 22 Rast .
FARMS I East. t..wl. I dnur I I11
hi. I In
Crosby Lake where a fish fry and' HRH "ei34 "1>. 6 H. R his order, lip r.l"r. Appear.; That 4tnrtcm.' un the 11 1 ing 35 Acres, more or
I .yTr taxes tn tte are evidenced li! fi.. I PI.h'd once a week 'a..8 "Y.f March, The nssvBsment of the,1 l.
couialiitng 4 in it 19't.
A..r. more ful four, : ".I.k.
weiner ] 'Ii
I a roast
< M
was enjoyed. I Nn of 19.19. and or less I ; ; consecutive weeks In the lurp.i fhls( the. prly tinder the said ceilir"iipcl
ttrudford I
Mis, J. R. Kelly and MIss Ar- llr.Hlnt the unpaid taxes for the The taxes to I be sold are evidenced County Telegraph, a ruary. 1131OFFICIAL. nth day of Feb. was In the name of t

suta Crosby spent after- ', years$11.81. 1929 ant 1140. amounting to by certificate: Nuts U! l3 .iiPUHpapor' of .genersl I ('i Irciilatlon, I ( SRM.I I'nless said certificate
miiillMhed In
Denmark : ;; .
I Itradford
Saturday i I I AI.SO spectlvely and 'pr6"I: I 1 I Florida. County, A. J. THOMAS I deemed accntdlng, to law 'I
In Starke : R7 "fr.i ,
Nor I..t Town of I taxes fur the erty described will
:'= to ciprlt therein
Furniture CoW ,I __ '_ I I'I I I I 1 Lawtev. 28. Township I 11 See's 24, 24. both I lnrlusl\e. amounting. I. $13. 1 ). I -.MI\V1TVRSS"I uf said: my Cuiirt, hand and official Bradford "lr"11, .Point of to the highest bIdder at thnous urtit

\ Are Kecc-UUi*: New !'I I "o.r.'H] OK MI.It OP T t"i I I I :23 i fleet. I to"lh. Range ."I."n W', of tWS.e 3B! 1111 this March 1st 2-2-al-31 Florid. I door on the first M< U

tIIl5'IATEi The taxes I. Tp 8 H. II 19 K. 40 J] (OFFICIAL the month of April )438. -

Stork E\ery Unj. D Sure to NOT1CK IS HKICKIIY: OIVRN .that certificate, to No. .oJ. are evidenced Acr. more or less"t.lllnl ., J SKAI.Thomas.) xiTirtOP: 8PI'i.I4't'go. the 4th day of April, 1938

Before I..ut. f. Mill h r.l.d with me h: 2S and 739 of The taxes h. lie "i>ld l. POK this SIlt day jfKFFICIAU C rr
You Buy. lao and 19JI: and < Clerk uf T' \ I1KKI: I Boated
S I d"l'iV
written r..u.\ that the tax ,certlf- the> r..p..tvely. rep hv rertlflcati Nos 1 I :; 1932* lr11 Inlrl. (Vesjale HIM No.
,; Icau-M '' with nil .uueequenlnmtttod Years. IJ.9 to unp.ld for the .nd 1911: resnpcllvelv and, I Ithe FRANK' Flui,'Ida NOTICE IS HRKRnr III I ( SEAL)
1917. r.l.r..nt (
. N or levied. tunhcui, b'' amnuntJiur U f 44 H.both laeJu.I.. unua.l lazes for the years II! l.ti 1.SI.II'MI"rl"y I T J. Alderman I holder of Tax, That Cer- VA J. THOMAS. ifta.
tu 1>37. liuilUKlve I1ahUt. tlflcate : Clerk C.tU
I.u amuunttng 4 i 4-1 No 531, I In-lied the ftth, day I of Circuit .
I ? lh'It"Q".r.:) | A. P. IUJJ, hams filed :I-It-H-I-LI.Bradford County P'

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Bradford County High School bllSTAnKE


TORtCHIEJI'STAFFPIIANCES TORNADOES LOSEIN Elementary Echoes- FEBRUARY- ROLL L-.H To Play In School Auditorium Here I, '";'

!"'111 PEEK QUARTERFINAL OF _, --- I *'
i \'T E"ITonICHIEB' KOIIITII: GKAI1K Mammy want's h:
a ,IIAHRIKT BENSON The Tornadoes attended the We are sorry that Elbert Earl surf an' read the : "j

'<.II'I flTY: EDITOR Third District "B" Tournament In Thornton Is absent with measles, SI Seniors Make ar you will ,
The List
1 MiKIET, (DOT) BISHOP Jacksonville Friday and Saturday but we are glad to know he Is Improving Is hiibln a new 1

-PORT1* FriTOR The Tornado's second team crushed Twelfth e Be sure and i,.
BILL PLUMMER Mason City 29 to 10 In our first We have lost some of our classmates I C.radeVerniu to Congratulate

,! EDITOR game at 3;00 P M. Shu- this month for various Phillips, Jnnle I Mae Quar- LI C K ed her work. ;I '
i irnnARY Friday iles good I I j.
Mary Louise Rosier, Mildred n
I:i LTA MAB MANNINO ford Griffis and Wooten reasons, but we have some newonl'S I has heard
were my
Sapp Iris Sapp, Ano'l Futch Ed- I
transferred I
EDITOR outstanding from the other dose basketball )
EDNA PEARCE two Fourth Grades The new ones |ina. Pearce, Lllllnn Stump, Mary I ,
time To bad
a In the quarterfinals the Tornadoes Harriet Miriam Hazel !
Bishop, Guy,
; "I',MiRIAM GUY ER lost a heartbreaking 23: tp 21 are: Beatrice Cooper, Ben Kite, | Moore, Geraldine Morgan Bernard I Crenent City.
a, Junior Noegel and Don Patray : ---------JIoC- -- ---------j"'
; contest to Crescent City, The I Rosier, Pauline Rosier, Paul I Mammy again I
boys took an early lead and were Since Ralph Alvarez ana Alvin i, Faulkner, Edith Holltngsworth. THE MASON BELL RINGERS & TRIPLE CHIMES! PLAYERSof mind you fo I i!

EDITORIALSKKL progressing nicely toward victory, Cres chose sides< and we began a ('lIroWhite\ Beatrice Cusaels. Los Angelex California consisting >f Rev and Mrs Bernard Ma I party March 18. '

when Wynn was ejected from the spelling context everyone is bring- Millie Silcox, Jamie! Sapp, Edmund son arc on their third IOU I ot the, United State mil 1 are in their sixth hub heard that I I

VALUES game with four fouls. At the halt Ing up better spelling grades. No"i I Ghlloway, Earnest Boyd, concert season they will give a novel! -onoi-rt al the High School Auditorium to be de mon' It"I I

Mi" h has been said on the value the score was tied 14 to 14. Coach one have ever goes below 90 now We' Forest Crosby, L, O Tones, J W Wednesday noon, !Marrh 16 ever given by dls .'

." ",,>ii''':v, a good time, and comold" Howard pulled Gene Long and To- a graph on our bulletin board 1 : Kelly, Bill Long Pauline Anders, I have heard de
which is carried This group is nationally famous for tholi rpirtiiilnn of sacred -
out In colors
;. ,i" But for real values we rode because of fouls, and substituted rep- Margaret Davidson, Alice Ed- mostly a style
resenting the respective sidesRalph's music on many novel Instruments rarely heard on the entertainment f I
011,," 'look below the surface and Wooten and Plummer about wards, Ella Mae Manning, Vesta beautiful dresses
8'-' gives the most real pleasriot half way the third quarter Long side Is grapefruit while Alyin's McRae. platform. The program will consist of selections played on the

)" Iu ,mil sincere satisfaction be- and Torode went back in the is orange Each Friday our I Eleventh tirade following instruments. Swiss Hum. Bell Musical Classes' Singing tlng.Ab hears some ,

I I.. vi/ know real values Having game at the beginning of the So grades far the are posted on the graph Hazel Brown, John Chalker, Saw, Magical Vlo, Golden Vlhinharp, Two extra special numbers will goln to gib dere

i... I imppv, well-piovlded-for child- fourth quarter but tarried only a but grapefruits are ahead : Elaine Edwards, Annie Edwards be the playing of the woild largest set of Triple Octave Chimes (also pin on der dr'> !! ,

'\ It "I i means a lot. We have the moment before ejectment on four we for have eight more weeks to Annie Mae Harnuge. Irene Lewis, known us "Organ Chimes") and the world's most mysterious instrument Senior Prom
t i of normal youth on which fouls Shuford and Griffis finish try victory. The losing side it up not only I
has to entertain the i .luamta McKenzie Alma Murrhee, "The Victor Theiemin", The latter Instrument has no keyboard -
: l.ltS. (' future success. A tough ed the game. Although it Is no winning with and yellers too I
? Ruth Minihee, Andrew
refreshments, Redding, strings, reeds or pipes and Is played without the performer
pull here and there, a problem to disgrace to lose to Crescent City Loi' I These :
/ ena Rosier James Sewell, Pegj j touching It, simply waving his hands in the air. This Instrument
value of its Beginning next week ( have must lavantln round ,
/I Ii work )ut, has a own. which was rated No. 2 in the Dis- we : gy Stanley, George Silcox, Bertha so
be seen and heard to be
It itiffens your backbone and gives trict. We certainly wish those already chosen sides for readingand I Taylor Louise Warren Betty Jo nppteclated. end seems lak dey I

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have So we see that In good fouled out. The outstanding eventof graphs with there respective leaders A Z Adkins, Enza Weaver, Mary I book fund. dey goes runnln' "i

ao," f m bad, we can find real values. the tournament was the officiating : Mabel Leach and Coolidge I Edwards Martha ,Wells Marzie yard Monday. lea i'

It .only all of us could search forth The Tornadoes made nine Gassett and Collette Green and down" Weil ah j
Howard, Hazel Thomas, John To-
< real values in everything and teen fouls to Mason City's fifteenIn Jessie Mae Byrd. More excite- lode, Lorraine Hartman, Jewett Meet the Seniors i A Short, Short, StoryShe three ball was a

get the most out of each experi- the first game, and eighteen ment and hard work ahead! Fogg, Loyree Phillips, Talmadge ----- I cess, but ah hopes I

i eno in lifeTHOfGHTS, i I fouls to Crescent City's eleven In FOURTH-GRADE Kelly Harriet Benson, Clara MCKMK< I'lllLLII'SWhiz'Shes : i Blood before the minor senior_prom. ..Is I j' )
I the second. Possibly that rough We have our Dutch sand table Flume, Edith Rowe here and then she's white satin und lace draped about l

FOR THE WEEK game in Lake City on Feb. 28 was finished Tenth Crude gone again, that Is Vernie Phillips her slender figure. The dress was '

Idleness is emptiness: the tree'' .--- Believe me, that girl surely
Beth Herbert -
'I' Mary Knight fell down on Cloversettle, Owen Mc- of smooth white, wild! full, draping
I In ublch the sap is stagnant, remainS Society her skates the other day and hurt Rae, John Crews Ralph Rhodes, does get around. too, and when Friday, we had )i ipll'B81re
fruitless. I her mind Is made why, that's sleeves and classically bountiful of '
her knee very badly so she was Dempsey Sapp, Leland Sponholtz up .
V HI cannot build a reputation Fiances Peek and Harriet Bishop out of school three days. Lila Arch Thomas, Loral Bennett, Vera all there is to It. lines Her veil was held with orange Rev. John Simms t I

.>i things you are going to do- spent Friday afternoon in Rue Caldwell can't come to school Butler, Dorothy Crosby Milo Vernie is the gill in the Senior i blossoms at her head and .1 spoke on a I Ilf( I
then fell In
Utm J, Hill Gainesville, where they attendedthe because she has a very bad cold. I Sponholtz, Doris Crews, Jean DilI class with the nice figure which gorgeous profusion floor' to the heart of ) ,
down her back and to the
roe! secret of happiness is not R. O. T C., military parade. Bobby Turner can't come to school I via, Grace Dew Marion Dowling, helps to stress her splendid choiceof son, and we ",
I doing what one likes, but in loving Lillian Mosley spent the week- because he Is sick Roger Math- Helen Dowling, Nettle Dowling clothes and the magnifying where It mingled with the rich helpful and Intere "i

what one has to do-James M. end In Gainesville, where she attended ews was out of school two days Claudio" Hazen, Jenelle Hutchlngs, petsonalltyVetnle satin' train Her deep-blue eyes: topic was

Bar the Military Ball Friday because he was sick ton. Irene Markham, Doris Strick- la an only child and' were like stars and her golden of seeking a life !

neatness; comes only to those land, Joel la Barry, Lumanda Dyal, there Is odd hair was set In lovely curls She only appeal but '
night We have had quite a few flowers an thing about her 'I I'
., touched her hands to the veil, the
how class kind
wh seek to obsta- and
overcome -Harriet Bishop spent Saturday brought to the room this week by'I Ernest Edwards, Vetgie Gaskins, she likes to do things by herself ,
satin, and her hair It was nil HO
lev not how to avoid them, have In
< in Jacksonville. i the girls. Irene Goodge, Marjorie Hall, Ger- and without others advice or aid, breathless, so unbelievable that something

Roosevelt Sadie Prince spent the week Billy Ovetstreet. Reporter aldine Hall, Billy Jackson, Odessa which seems odd, as everyone this beautiful, shining creature erend Simms is I f
Work is Wherever work Services at the
victory. end with Doris Hough. Mrs. Hart, Teacher Kelly Iva Mae Lewis, Willie thinks of un only child wanting
I could be the dull girl she had been
I a '"ne, victory is obtained.' There bonald Kelly and Robert Ward 1 Maud Loper, Alice Peterson, Inez others to do for him and catering this town. I
The soft flush her
GRADE yesterday. on
IK 'nn chance, and no blanks- SIXTH Rosier E
Jack Sapp. to his wlHhes-
-but not Vernie1!
Emerson. were visiting in Lake City, Fri- The called I check where no rouge was needed, ful hours and days
meeting was to 01'dt'r -
'. day night. Ninth Grade Thin little lady with the blown 'I I he rich red of her lips, the bright protection In
------ March 1, 1938 Some of the
Helen Dowling, Carolyn and Bet- Snookey Corpening, Novls Sapp, eyes and hair is very much inter stone on her Blender white fingerwas She glanced at

Through the KeyholeWell ty Green were visiting In Lake chairmen elected elected new helpers. Mary Kirkland, Sadie Prince, Car- ested in horses, but you wouldn'tcall all so unreal. She thought of poHlllon of the

Butler Sunday afternoon. They were us follows: olyn Keen Billy Griffis Grace Bar- her the "hoisoy" kind, no, not Ted, tall und dark in his neat lifted her hands

well another weekendgone :Frances Peek spent Monday In Bulletin Program-Roberta Whltfleld field, Mabel Johnson, Robert Ward, Vernie! well-cut suit She thought of his veil. The COIP1I1"R

and a couple of big ones In Jacksonville. Flowers Board-Anthony Jo Baker Perry Gainey, Iris Crews, Martha It seems Vernie hasn't plannedher eyes silently adoring her with his gry If she found
the offering. Next; week there'she Hazel Moore spent the weekend -i Virginia brought a gold fish to.' Matthews Gayle Sewell, Ruby future work, or rather, the quiet meaningful glance She ding gown on. It i

,alumni party and another big in Jacksonville. school. She appointed a committee Silcox, Louise Stern Bonnie Tur work she will do after finishing 'thought of a small white house It smelled of '

,lance and the week-end after The following spent the week- to help her name the fish. We. ner. school, but perhaps she has left where flowers bloomed, of pretty trunk.: ,I

that yea, the Junior-Senior ban end !in Jacksonville, where they at- have had a good many flowers Eighth O'8do that to some young man whose green shutters and green windows"

quet and Prom. It won't be long tended the basketball tournament brought to the room this week. Enos Hayes, Joe Alien Lander, ring she has been seen wearing and doors Of a garden where a IT IS

now' Zell Collins, Junior Adkins, Enza Most all of us have our bird's Buddy Davis, Carrie Belle Ben. lately, Much Happiness to you, lovely bride could wander In the It l.
The Jacksonville tournament Weaver, Doshla Smith, Mary Edwards booklet finished. Miss Kennedyhas nett, Darrah Johns, Shirley Mor- Vernie from all the Seniors. summer evenings, waiting, with I'lll-n four f..r.....S$6._reo.Inmt(..

( mid have been better. Oh, well, Marian Dowling Helen been book called gan, Mae Parker J, E. Denmark, bated breath for the arrival of a beef ......! !.." ...
next year, we'll beat em. And a Dowling and John Torode. Ezekiel. reading us a I Garland Godwin, Othma Hayes, tall lean, young man. Her dreamswandered .your b..1..... ...
r leer llwtn
wonderful time was had by all so John Torode was visiting in Olin White, Reporter Lester McMillan Bertlce Silcox, MILUKED SAP on, counting the beautl-! TUTM. m* I

who's kicking? I Palatka Sunday. Geraldine Silcox, Betty Stringfel- -- -
Charles Jones, Helper Quiet? It to be the
Hartman seems pass-
Frances Peek has given four- Eddy spent Saturdayin low.
well Jacksonville. Miss Kennedy, Teacher. word with Mildred-one of our BOREE FUNERAL
known girls & thrill. She ia Seventh, Grade
going to share one of her gradua- NEWS -- Lee most promising Seniors. This Full ling of Casltete U.d rtakir. k
Shirley Colley Dorothy
TBN-B lady who hulls from AMBULANCE : ''
Madam SusyQDear young LawteyIs BERVICC!
'Lion gifts with them. And what a ;
Johns, Doris Mae Gaffney, Joe
Marlon and Helen Dowling spent one of the most cheerful girls
griffEveryone's the week-end Andrews, Richard Woodward, Gertrude 53 PHONE 53
In Jacksonville Madame Susy-Q: I've ever known-but there---I've
happy to hear that Grace Dew spent the week-end I am invited to go to the Jun- Davis, George Flynn, Alver- known Mildred for a long time and G. II. BKNNErT. Mr*.
Christine is home again and 1
'I tine Johnson William Baker, Gloria ,
Starke with one of our former students, ior-Senior Banquet and dance this unless you have too--Mrell, you'vemissed HOME-LIKE
misses her. We don't real. Buford, Sara Barefoot, Nina
Gloria Johns, of Jacksonville. year and want my manners to be something Her cheerfulness -
ize how much we like our friendstill Ida Lulu Davis Jimmie
Bishop, ,
Grace and Dorothy Green spent above reproach. Will you please is not evident to everyone and
they're not with us. That's
Griffis, Patsy Keene, Lois New-
!the Saturday in Jacksonville. send me rules of etiquette that I only her friends of long standing
It with Christine.
way was
some, Blllle Clarice Thomas
-- will need to know to do the cor- Patray know of It for her natural tendency I
and Idell Jackson I I
Lost Found rect things at this affair? First Crude towards strangers Is one of For Expert Repai ,

Anxious to Learn. timidity and reserve.
Harold Manus Leslie Griffis,
Found-By Margaret and Editha Mildred is quite a studious girl :
Dear Anxious to Learn: Donald Strathern Madge Brownlee I
new way to get boys to play and her school record In every I
I am very glad you wrote that Patsy Dew, Virginia( Gay Min-
the "Jook The Is
Organ. dancingwas subject worth looking over We Smith's
Doa" Neal_' Theall letter. I believe these few rules nie Lou Hazen, Audrey Moore
fine girls. hope will the
Mttv.ro oMcnod u..kMiioyi. to ... will be helpful to all. Isabell Parker, Peggy Ann Wig- you up good
_Imio lob.Tkolr-.k to to kw oho. Lost--Some hearts by our B. H work after you finish school, Mildred J
First, I will list a few things gins.-(Mrs, Roberts, Teacher).
lI.wI" blood ol olto
otroom fn* to S. Girls over at the basketball for If do we know
.U hnpurlt_ Tho ort ,I IVB) |-li/o for everyone to remember Flrat-A Grade you you Phone 120 I
".I/-", ooMUntly .reeI...... rnla game In Lake City Monday nits will be successful in whatever you
1. Always be strictly on time Floyd Bryant (Madge Middle- a
Iho mutes blood tho II"1":1.: boolth eat r.-.J: :::.. Found-By Marzie a Lincoln for a dinner ton, Teacher) attempt to do.I 1
Wbm. th. ildnoyi/ 1(11 to lunetlo u Zepher Monday at noon. Good Wrecker Service Day or
Nitura Intended, toon .to ,....Uo. .J 2 Do not seat yourself until Second Grade have been trying to pry Into

-*... Ono the"err.* ...11.awe. ntfilnf.....]/-.s.backteh. dto.trw work Found---Some Marzie. the acting hostess Is seated. Leon Ellington Homer O'Neul, her deep dark pant, but so far the l-
disappointed girls
oorolotwt' ...........tucks. of.1..1._ 3, In like manner, follow the Bobby Frazier, Tune Bell Myrtle prying was decidedly unsuccessful
luln op Bl hu. paean who couldn't attend the MilitaryBall Her favorites do not to be
Bonnette Ruth Johnson Edith seem
utter tko .> .-tot sired::-ws :t in Gainesville hostess throughout the meal- ,
-,. ou.. when a course is served wait till Louise Manning, Audrey Ann Pre- masculine sail still she does not
Mown, Monty or kur.l>( OMJOIEf Found--A terrible cold over the have an adhorrence for them ButIt
... further ovldoaoo ol kiduy ot she picks up her fork before you vatt Odessa Thomas, Leila Ker- STOP
.,.. .. weekend, you better watch out for
Tho .
= -:= Edith." does detest and that Is Science in
to a dh .nodldn to bIp tko 4, Avoid discussing any un- Second OrioleRoy
.ft rid ol .._ poloonouo body. wooto.M Found By Snooky Corpenlng any form. She Is In
1; DNS'. Pilla, Tile, .bees .had Bor* pleasant matters at the table Harrel, (claud Johns, Joe very
how to her hair
..b.. forty youo of public..pproveL.ndore.d Ar* wear attractively Some people object to It. i Montieth, Junior Silcox, Hilly Mathematics and would make
: tko country ov.r. led t. with a pig tall In the back. 1 somebody a but, GO
D..e'.. Sold at all drat otoroi.DOANSPILLS. 5 Never butter a whole piece Smith, Shirley Arnett, Betty Ben- good bookkeeper
Found--By the basket ball boys of bread Break off a piece I non, Elizabeth Cox, Ona Demorest, to that she says-.No'! She has
who remained in Jacksonville Fri-
6. If soup Is served, use spoon, Marjorie Manning, Janette Priest, Ideas of her own und Intends to be
day night, a atupenduous time aft- a nurse, Nice work and Mildred
dip It up away from yourself, never : Rebecca Simpson (Evelyn D, -
the How about it ? I
er game boy
tilt your dish, and sip it in- Rltch, Teacher)II you will need that cheerful smile y :

r------ audibly from the side of the spoon. I Third-A 110 don t lost it! -

I 7 Use fork for pie and cake, I Ruth Goodman Leslie Bradley, -- ----- -

and a spoon for puddings, and Ice Robert Johns Jlmmie Brown Godwin Montleth, Mary Lee Overstreet, .

creams. Jeanne Robinette, David Gun- Wanda Pearce, Bitty Turner, Ma-

8, Your knife Is for cutting ter. (Ethel Biggs, Teacher). ry Alice Yarbrough.--(Mrs Hart '

I ASK US. only I Third Grade I<<:l Teacher). .I:

9. After you have used your Charles Knight, Marion Brown, Slvlh Grade A J J0.

knife, it blade In the --Mrs. Andrews, /.
I place on Shirley Nocgel Joe English, Olin White, Blnh-

I edge of your plate. When you are Teacher), op Myrick, Mary Jo Caldwell, Ma-
finished fork Third Grade
eatingplace your riel Crawford, Marjorie Davis, Evelyn -
! > beside it, prongs up. Joyce Moore, Mary Ellen Mc-
Hall, Ruth Powell Virginia
\ About our New Automobile Lia- 10 Come prepared if you like Daniel Evelyn Luke Merry Winkler Sewell, Margaret Stringfellow, Roberta -

. with a short "toast" torthe Lorine McKinney, Ruby
Wbltfleld Fay Yarbrough
! bility Policy. It saves you money "toasting period. Green, Ovada Gassett, Mildred Edwards Alberta Woodard h a ,

11 When you finish eating, Gay Drlskell Franklin 'I A Y .
af- beside Young, Jim Frank Jordan, Shirley First Grade I i
cannot place your napkin your
and it is protection you teacher) Spencer Crews, John Garner, I
plate, unless paper napkins are JuddMiss( Buddmgton
used Sixth: Grade Clifton Griffis, Ray Griffis, Van I

ford to be without. 12 Always remember, eating Ellen Meraereau., Azlel Jackson, Print Dan Priest, Dan Tyler, .Tu- j
Anderson Joe travel tired and thirsty, when
Hardenbrook Gil- anita Anders Janet Why
Is an unpleasant sight, no matter Betty Georgia '
Ann Blocker, June Caldwell, Geraldine to the familiar nil cooler and the
Faxon Elnora Bennett -
how good your< manners are. pin, Dorothy ,
Cox;, Leila Driskell, Anna refreshment of a frosty bottle of
Therefore be as careful as possi- Ray Silcox, Armond Thomas -

ble with your eating. Leonard Peek, Billy Parker, Lae Illllhouse, Betty Flynn, ,luanl-

AGENCYAll 13. Be natural at all times and Bobble McRae Donald Bagwell ta Kits, Idell Landrum' Doris :Mon- (
HAROLD C. crief, Betty P well,
avoid stiff restraint with friendly (Mrs Searing, Teacher) a STAKKK (.' '
forms of dependable Insurance remarks and normal chatter Sixth Grade I "' Fifth Grade I

around the table. Bradley Geiger, Billy Overstreet, ,' R V Allen, Mary Bradley, Ray 1107 fLING :

14. Never forget to speak to Bobby Turner Hazel Fields, Esther I Bell, Thelma Prevail, O J Underhill s

the acting hostess and express Crlffia. Merry Beth Knight, Mathew McKinney, Edward

your appreciation It means a lot. Marjorie Sue Mlddleton Margaret |,Saxon. Thomas WUlftims. A


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W. A. Fischer the coming year:; -
I;t I the piano by Mrs- H. C. Brown. at the Methodist Church Sunday BenedictionRev. .
President Mrs. O. E: Stansbury.Vice ..
Drill- iPupila from Mrs. H. C. nlgt at 7:30: ( o' lock. This song
will the Methodist Mrs J. H. Benson, president, Mrs. R. T. Caldwell Book Club 1'oxtpdneAThe -
Ritch's third grade room. service precede Sopranos:
I from' revival, which will begin Monday Mrs. R. F. Demorest, Mrs. W. A. Book Club has
Skit, "Boot's Day"-Pupils
,joc ctJj) Mrs. H. M. Howard's room. night at 7:30: o'clock. This song Fischer Mra- A. Z. AdkIns, and Secretary, Mrs. E. M. Davis paned from Tuesday; March b'en..J i
members of the choir and a few Mrs. Jeanette Kincold. Altos:: Mrs. E. M. Davis read the devotional Tuesday March 29 15 j
After the presentation of the I members of the choirs of the oth- Mrs. E. K. Ferryman, Mrs. D. E. and Mrs. C. F. Ward presented revival at the Mctbodisi because of t1it

_..._. '_ __n.'n__'_ program, Mr. Benson gave the er local churches. Knight. Mrs. N. D. WainwrIght the spiritual program. l4urct

Circles Well Attended ; Work Mrs. E. M. Davis PresidesAt Legion awards, and for D.Field A, R.Day Awards.; Amarloan Mr. The program win be as follows: I Jr. Mrs. S. E. Ritch B., :Mrs.McLendon.J. WRltch i Mrs R. F Clark, who was In
F. H. and Mrs. of the regular fuFEVER
Prelude--Mrs. Long. charge program C
Benson also rewards to the
Progressing In All Lines P. T. A. Meeting: .. mothers of gave school students, Hymn,-Number 164. Tenors: J. W. Bitch S. E. Ritch. chose us her subject for the eve- 666
I high r
J- H. Benson qd
of Bass T. T. Long,. "
: in
Caldwell Mrs. Clark an
R. T.
Prayer--Rev. ning "Japan.
Circles of the Woman's Mlsolot I' Mrs. E. M. Davis, president Df who had their children at school
ary Society of the Method!it the Parent-Teacher Association of on time and had them attend reg- the Presbyterian hurch. and R. F. Demorest. Informal talk gave an interesting Liquid T..I.... .
Church met Monday afternooi n I" the Bradford County High School, ularly. Anthem-Choir. Everybody is cordially invnetl to I Insight Into the problems of Japan. IInh.... Il.adgrh r .t dsp
Duet-Mrs.. Ethel. Bices and attend the concert. After the business meeting Mrs. N. Drops n1la4ih;II
Circle Number Ono being: enter- presided at the regular meetingI. The following nominating com --- 1'r/ '
tamed at the parsonage by Mri I. Thursday afternoon March 3, mittee for the officers for the ensuing I John Powell. ---' Young served her guests a... dell-_ "R.b-M"iT :=;;;;?".101'. IIfI1'
W. A. Fischer and Circle Numbe:r at 3:15: o'clock In the.school audi year, was elected by the association Trlo-"Savior, Breathe an Eve Ladies' Auxiliary Enter- n --
Baker ,
Two by Mrs W. E. Mkldleton. torium. : Mrs. I.. F. Smith, Mrs. ning Blessing"-Mrs. tained by Mrs. II. H. YoungThe -
Miss Evelyn Stump and Miss JlOERNIZE'oun COOKINO
The rooms at the parsonag Mr. J. H. Benson announced the Smith, Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, Mrs. '
Jean Davis. of the La were brightened with a pleaalui g! following numbers on the program H. L. Brownlee, Mrs. J. P. Roberts members
combination of azaleas and spire : Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and Mrs. C. Quartette Mrs. George B. of the Presbyterian USE GREEN'S FUEL
Flynn Mrs. Ethel Biggs, John Church were entertained Tuesday
arranged In vases and bowls. Th< Song-JunIor girls directed by M. Howard.
< circle chairman, Mrs. Charley E, Mrs. A. E. Wall and accompanied Mrs. Davis asked tne officers to Powell, and I. Q. Powell. night at their regular meeting by "

Johns, presided over the raeetlnf make their yearly reports to be Offertory-Mm.' F. H. Long.Quaitette Mrs. H. H. Young. ODORLESS CLEAN INSTANTAM-.OI: :

which was opened with prayer bjMra. "My Task" as a solo. read at the next meeting. -J. W. RItch, S. E Roses and red Japonlcas were
A. Wood followed by a Bible The Rev. R. T. Caldwell and the Ritch, J. H. Benson, and T. T. used" by Mrs. Young in making her If you are not familiar with this WonderfulNew \
from in the Long. home more attractive for the meet- Can ask one of our many satisfied.
study "Songs Night. Rev W. A. Fischer each prayed Sacred Concert To Be customers In Starke about It.
Taking part In this study wore earnest prayers. Solo "When They Ring the I
Mrs. Wood. Mrs. W. B. Parks, Mrs. An offering of $7.21 was made, Heard At Methodist ChurchMrs. Golden Bells"--Mrs. W. A. Fischer ing.Miss Lucile Mitchell, vice president DISTItlBUTED BY CLYDE CHAMBERLAINUKEEN'H :

E. K Perryman and Mrs. H. B. and the same will be used in Inter- A. Z. Adklns, director of Anthem--Choir. of the auxiliary, presidedover FUEL GAINESVILLE, FL$1 ,\.
r McLendon. The program, taken denominational work for home and the Methodist choir, has announcedthat QuartetteMale voices. I the business meeting and Installed /
from the World Outlook, was as foreign' missions. I a sacred concert will be heard Hymn Number 44. the following officers for
follows: "A great day In a Japanese _. n' -- -- -- -------.-- -
White "Moore Memorial ChurchIn
;: relief center" *.* ,. ,>, '. T. fin /
Shanghai a war
by Mrs. Carrie Hitch and Mrs. F.

H. Long, The spiritual life
f vice was given by Mrs. L. ser-I

'4 Smith and her subject was "Pa I j
tience In great tribulations."
The hostess assisted by Mrs. F I rH CARPENTER'Sr

H. Long and Mrs C H. N8SWOr-j
thy served light i

The first Monday In April, Circle j
One will be entertained by j I I

t B. McLendon. I 1 / E
Mrs. Fischer had as her guests:
Mrs. Charley E Johns, Miss Olive I'

Ray, Mrs. W. B. Parks, Mrs. Car- ,
rle Ritch, Mrs. J. W. White, j
Mrs.// MARCH '
O. L. Haynes. Mrs. M. B.

Mrs. V. B. Harrell Mrs. C. H i GFTS RED HEADACHES
i Nasworthy, Mrs. L. F. Smith Mrs. ,I' IHANns FRFrrY.r /N A JIFFY / 16, 17, 18, 19

A. Wood, Mrs. E S. Matthews, .
Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Mrs. E. K Per- I 49e IOO 'Butet&t'
ryman, Mrs. A. F. Sauls Mrs. J.I Full pint size Mascal'S ckage ?

H. Fields Mrs. F H. Long, Mrs. I I ASPIRIN
H B. McLendon, Mrs. A. W. Anderson Hand Lotion TABLETL,
i. Mrs. A. H. Green. I 't ? _ AIDS_
Circle Number Two was hospitably -j' Ago rex Compound 2 #;i5 0 7 +1 C."" anlrgru' :! for '
entertained by Mrs. W. E'I Face Creams !
fflrwAY e g SIc
Mlddleton, who used pink azaleas| l A pleasant-tasting $101 for ; :
/ Excellent
i and potted plants for decoration|1 ".,,,".?o ? laxative. ...AI T + quick .Ir :oeaaieLnmder 2 fur

In her home. The meeting was Sire 12L FOR relief for the discom 1jejrp Face Powder 51
50 3 oz. _o
t presided over by the circle chairman j Keep hands soft psry
Mrs. L. A. Davis, and was /ry Denture Adhesive Powder i your fort of colds, head '. lJef 11>c ."*<. J .rnill" 2 fr, i

v' opened by a Bible reading given\' L ). and lovely Ly using this aches, / /'ieAhci Oas \Face Creams 36d
t by Mrs. W. H. Smith. Mrs. L. C. \I, Il see Holds false teeth fast 2 ford., NJxt PRODUCT//' / rol as d
*., MOOuCt lotion regularly. A REXALL afeq 1.1'icwia Retail I
led of Bible
Ray in the review a i y for
c study from "Songs in the Night j 50 $ pack of 60 Tablets 19eMax-mUm- Liquid Deodorant ,,\\ \

f' and was assisted by Mrs. L. I i I 5flto"KI..n.o; C. oj
:Jl O H.anniOil
f Green and Mrs. J. F. Colley. D'I p fl, site pack of Out Dozen 2Sesite ;
Amelia Ray told the story of Original Chocolate ,. gull" PIMT ;,. T E 'TESNapkirs essin Lambs Shampoo jLll"
Great Day at Kwansel Gakuln," I I dlt t flavored laxative. Pept MIlkGf iQ t
I .. one f S S anitary gnwoj J >0o aia./ this being the name of a college In Tonic Tooth lllasol ,.
,Japan. I the ) $ p a Soft, absorbent, FO rualit) ', S1eMERCUi.CHROME
During the business session I I form-fitting. ( tttgig Value.
Mrs. Davis appointed Mrs. W. H. I n A few exceptions 10 the If
,t Smith as chairman of finance on'' ill For minor cuts Zb Sale plan included in thu ad

: E.: account of the resignation of Mrs. ;'' ,,,,,,,,,,r ,, and scratches.baueries .4d f Or emphasize even greater
Mlddleton. j' WEDNESDAY ONLY 'T'NSYf value.

Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, chairman of I] ,m1. 5 s CIIO/CEOlANY1 Rl6SO'.f/IF ust I s'

beautifIcation, reported that 'o' 1ScoNt MlAK S 'J GARDENIA FACE POWDER l 's WE USE /7-
shrubbery to beautify the church
lot and parsonage grounds had W 'fS BABIESGROW ll.turLZFREE 6oxo FvE rD, y t
been bought and planted. Mrs. $ aQOXGSIORDY. 500 KLENZO FACIAL TISSUES 4g .

Adkins and Mra. Davis solicited .' lt S> a avLVONStae An extraordinary special It'* s7GAlYfANER Sfz .
,money for this project, and $7 .OO 2 FOR bargain every woman want r

was given by liberal men of the P9rflorpjr 1 SBrighter

community.The Fresh lib'. 1I 1"'nM1 THURSDAY ONLYLAST t] lbA
meeting was closed by a liver
I Iing ll'RODUC:1: lTJ 6"5' MS .
VlnI x
short reading by Mrs. L. D. A_ I' ,
,, I the reading emphasizing $ 01 5 CASCADE TWEED 3DF lfllflfirs Jltflll I III r ,
fact that trees are one of God's 2 TOR
: ;JOFtArS""s 29'1' M,
esde. 31
j; great gifts to man. I need j Mo
It was announced that the April I those who uth
S/1av ;: 'Crtllg WASi
> For iVEB 4
ng- I in ,
correspondence: 1j
I meeting would be held with Mrs. Cr v { Vitamins I otyoesit .. l I"" ,lIJIl.lnNl1IJ. II II! IO Ifs.
L. D. Vining. I personality. ,I 11"IijIiIIIIIi!: :;, '
i additional n>AcusTt*t* High qua dy. t 4L&S Beconrle'Pf
s The hostess, assisted by her 2 ,.jV and PRo 1
l), t daughter, Miss Madge Middleton, Gives I l.w:, A /"nI SATURD ONLY WNlhf z- *

'r:' i Iu n4 Mrs, W, !j. Smith, served air.c 'eji a : i= anteed Quality. .iU"/.7 l 1.2S1k.LAST 4Icoir4: _
S..J09th! -
t dainty refreshments.Besides "' I
$ / ,
\ (XAti. ftaaCHtCK/1 j5pc i "" 7 Glam., '
< \ the hostess, thera were ,- x
., Present at this meeting: Mrs L. A L DOUBLE) COMPACTOMIYOMISALI 69 'I' ': /' /

!t C. Ray, Mrs. L. D. Green Mrs. W. pint'I S" e Siztj9oxliygrfMs tuI darsa9dA ,1'1' / 1
I, j !S.! stroman Mrs. W. H. Smith, eylllorhllPolre r" laosrpou.. 1m 1-[, GO
Mrs. L. A. Davis Miss Amelia Of IAMONDS s" f y
ILK or A real bargain at an l o
\ Ray Mrs. S. S. Dowling Mrs. J. Chocolates '' A ONfNA
TOACIISTOMI4 'l'iI' c1rn '
F.: Colley. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and MI\GNES\A Assorted unusually |low price. if; / a '

Mrs. L. D. Vining. e
,i .-- or / i /"x5ydA4i6'rrlaidzncO+cids loM

f. World Day Of Prayer silk.stair / Etrrf&" YA
A chocolate I It0d
f Observed Here oouc1 E rice. _: For surgical and
{ iPorurc fv e75cruvEl,
\ The World Day of Prayer Fri pAeLLVA ;IIv dl i.. w at a PJ i ( Alt PtOOUC* utility use.

day, March 4th, was observed here 5c: Cold Cream
by a union service at the Method- pint size ?'u4e i' nl ,t ,i
tat Church, with Mrs. W. A. eT ; ph I/Ii'i'/39cefaa&z' io4.Victoria I I I'< SALE I. MEDICINES' 25toack/00 K SALE HOUSEHOLD NEEDS QafpC
V Fischer, president of the Woman's' J\iJfffiI{ 0 -7e &wers JI W ryet are Iteuo If"' o Little Liver Pills J1.252.gt..leeVietale: 2for h e
f Missionary Society presiding over I ilelo Alalt 61.01
the Impressive service. A beautiful l ,, Protect your fifirl allot R'aeerl'Joff1 1 26 !IOC'i' i?

\. arrangement of white spires and %1o.76ff0 .,_ __ hands 1 .((c,8-oiH ia Renal) 2fur J1.502 2for Excellent for deep III ti

azaleas decorated the church for I ;\ Gypsy Cream 5ir IfjgheetEffeeetct gt.sieeYietarie pore motITl
1:11 the occasion. harahnes., 'IuI' Combination Founmin5yringES1 Sl cleansing FiNlf

:.; Fifty-two nations A TalteleAII, Adhesive Tape & Bandajfe 'Sepaondai..Pureie.t i 2fera..eo.o ARCXALt PRODUCT r
\i':, r. World Day of Prayer, commencing 1 An'LL PRODUCT 1 Epsom Salt :!Se toP ft.roll 2 for
yl '
''f i In New Zealand and ending ini I 4 e u eu1lrr Convenient for 4 t Salt TtnkerTape 26'' Key u tar /Of Size I''
Western Siberia, the prayer chain' tic odfZ .,.,u..uouri emergencies.'Pound. *I 00 MM 50 Purctetl
going round the world in twenty- L axative Halibut Liver Oil 2 for F S ChOCBar alSoe.nFinufd 2 for OATMEAL SOAP +"

fours hours. Prayers were made I Tables m rl 9 60 c $IADE CAPSLLiS PLAINS .01 II .Dainty Deodorant3b This soap contains RIND
for home and foreign missions and C old te,, 1
4oe else Poretes
i fur world peace. RBO 2 Sheets t 2 for 2 16 oOc Kleno 2 far oatmeal. Smoothing.dig FOR 'r' "
l' odium "trborate Qc&
Mrs. Fischer made a beautiful I paper 0Cleaning Clot1s51e

Introductory talk which was followed '' 'Oc pint sire Purrtm 2 for s t

by suitable hymns and prayers Ma dreak10 Jr Rub6ingAlcohotsia FFUR/IWAMERICAN0FpeGtaciota2igl TKkrlwissues 2 for[( y ZSsJj1! tr vrltq
"The Charter of Fellowship"was a r oouC1 / l Ja- Al 21c 3AAtxAI

T Caldwell read responsively and Mrs. by Ellery Mrs. M.R. ,' i : va High i quality.I i Ue 8-oa.aiic Pun-tent 2 for PETROFOL talus KMruo 2 for I Clip and redeem today I w6

Davis; then followed a season of.. CHtCK THIS AD AMDBBING Low price. Castor Oil 4 6e fo f 5fl4 Toot1tBrush 26 I Three 23e tubes for 24c, I
silent! and sentence 1 ITW/TNYOU J I dNI!? ,ihl* 1938 iprini If ul. WITMXOUCONHdrmon r ,

The guest speaker prayers.was the Rev. II' 1000RRfXALLSTORf 7OMATCH ENVELOPES_ y Oq L w..ieeU D. Zinc 2for For relief of a19ap.ekofbPermedbs drat Igdarif -------------- "'- 1

John made Slmm a most i. of stirring Palatka appeal, who for' xideOintrneni2le. constipation. Otllns r Ttlailfm ZOC L ;:s'e..T._ -, --- -. .1'

Christians to live 35 SJe( 254Site 25eSite
Idt its of brotherhood up to and higher give KlENtO i3ri a o>* rnaaaur. t 2 5eSie $ie ,urcyBoII
o2. ae raj ear 4
more nelp to the needy ,u homean BAY RUM TAR SHAMPOO 'aticle emov r2IOr36t -tttt of all tdo llcina see I Kleno Jasm50e ne ImporttdMoarfaiJrys

nbroaOMrs ,.( duledinlhi.gnant. TpOtN otvlte OLIVE OILl
A Z Adklns '
accompanied /
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Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bryant Mr. and Mrs. \L A. Bishop and Mr*. James Shepherd, of HII- LAWTEY <><.UM' house dour oi the firttl Monday Dim Met No II to form one conn'illiluled -
in In the month of April 19iH: district, to elect ,.
spent Saturday Jacksonville family were visitors In Jackson three true :
hard, who spent last week herewith O. J. Phillip, Correspondent I which IM the 4th day o( April 1886.. tees and tlrturnilui the amount olMillaice '
----- ville Saturday. her son-in-law and daughter DmiMl hiM inthdny of Match: t.. be iiMMtflHer] aflrnlriM said, I I
Judge A. Z. Adkine'was business I 9.18. oortHollditted district for the ,
a ensuing
ENINGSB : .., Mr. and Mrs. CA Knight left tOKPK'lAI. HKAL' ) .. .- two years The manager for said I
visitor In Macclenny Wed- where will !Strawberry Season Here A. J. TlitlMAR.Clerk ..
nesday. Miss Grace Dew spent the weekend Saturday for Villas she or I'lrrult: (Court ofHradford <-l-c-tlon will be: I I.L.wley I. ,
visit Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Mor- of the
In Jacksonvilleas the guest Monday saw the opening County Kluridit.. o..f Phillip I I I
of Miss Gloria rise for several days. 1938 Strawberry season In Law- :I-II.:I-f-II. It. A. Orlfftn I ''t
Davis spent Thurs- Mr. and Mra. H. L. Hough were Johns. ,... V. It Reddish
fro M. business visitors In Jacksonville -- tey when several thousand pinta ..'r..":': '."'n'I'U'N ..... Itch Hlanchard
/lacksonyllle.f Lover's of Gospel Pictures are moved to Eastern markets by W, ...lawn .
last .
Friday.W. Misses Helen and Marlon Dowl- shad Thomas
looking forward to the meeting 'at truck With continued favorable nil whom. It limy concern (hut theiiii '
r- ing spent the week-end In Jack the Tabernacle when for the '..IICI.ifl. RimrdlHn' of Iliirolil. 1 .... md Mra. H. Ji. Hough wereBurr Friday night weather prospects are M. NormanCarl I
; 1.4-1 SMPP. iiitnorn will nil thesili
| in Ocala Sunday. P. Smith and .1. K. Wilson sonville with relatives/ Dr. E. J. Puce of Orland scrip- best crop here In several years as tiny of April 19.IX: ; apply to 3-11-41-4-1.. Ilillurd l l i

were business visitors in Tallahassee -. ture cartoonist and spiritual mis- at this time plants are In /good con- I County. JuclKc of llruilfoiil, County. I
Pin., nt I II A M. for authority to
Mra. D. E. Knight Tuesday. Mrs. C. Q. Arrendell of Lake- sionary will have the opening ser dition und full of fruit. Prices. are .....II at private' Mult the entire InturHt -
and .
ol In Jacksonville.jli land, was (the guest last week ol vice. Special music will also be good for the growers as there Is nf tiho\t iinnied 1 minus ,Jn and
tn ihf li In
rnt Tuesday folltiivlnir ( t- .- ------ Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza and Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes. rendered.Mr. always a FOB market here and 'UliMlfrtril l County, towllNWl4 : FRESH FISH ,
I : : nf :.NVVVi- "Km14, Twp II H.U .
Clifford Jr. Miss Gloria --- -- persons desiring/ ship on con ..
Ind Mrs. L. D. VIning vlult- son, ----- I 2e.. Host
at Palatkat Johns and of Jacksonville signment are! allowed that privilege Which said l petition will lie OHxeili All Kinds Also Shrimp :
the Ravine Gardens Tommy Hitch Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and Mrs. L.. and Mrs. J. B. Carlisle, Mrs. ,,
made pun i iMltl m now on file with theCmtit
An oil-time record was I
Sunday and returned by they were luncheon guests I J. Green and daughter Judy, spent Annie Harrison, and Mrs. Mar 1. clittvil Oct. 2ml, I'll! OYSTERS
.>f Melrose, where they saw Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin Wednesday in Jacksonville. garet Weatherly visited the parade'I with the first truck load of berries 1-11.41.4-1.: :NOItA: HA 1'1'. (/1I111'
Yngc trees loaded with blossoms. and Mrs. Carrie Ritch. review at Bolles Military AcademyIn shipped from here this season I _- ______ __ QT. __ __ __ ___ 55c
-- Jacksonville, Sunday afternoon. ),! when a truck loaded Monday aft- \OTIrKlly IT. 30c
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I I ernon driven by Jim Moore Ed- ,the Power vented I In I llu-m' the I
Beverly Alkay Carlisle, son of Mr. and Iliuird "f I'lIhll" IiiMtructloti,, of Hriul- Vi PT. 15c
'' '' NAT SEZ Mrs. Carlisle Is a senior at Bolles i!' wards and William Woolen, made I find" Cuiinty herebynits KM i-lotlon
Miami with Mrs. Glen Duke. the New York City Market Wed- In In wly, sub !-I'h..inl I DIMrlct, Non -
i this year.Mrs. std, I \Voiiillawn' Huh School, IHMrlct. I
i -------- nesday morning and sold at from I Xi. H tn hiln>|d \pill, :,, i'i38 at
When I'm not playing Rolf I'm thirteen to seventeen cents per ih" ,',,1\ IInll 'In 'UK ,turn ..it L.nwtey THE MAGNOLIA I
Paul E: Canova of Ocala, spent \ Alvarez and :Mrs old, i.ill (WondlHVVii. School' HOIIHHi"
awfully busy tending to my own the week-end here with his mother pint. j.I .I!I.'i..i mln.. uhnthii, < ,,a.i not Dlntrltt' FISH MARKET
> Raymond Are Baptist __ No s shall ..ir-.illdaic with
Il biiHlneMH and have no time to meddle Mrs Paul E Canova, Sr. -- Uuwtny I
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// In the other fellow affalrx. A Circle HostessesMrs. I Postal Telegraph Opens. Office I it

couple of my comlk'1itOra| must MrR. W. B. Mundy and Mrs. J. Ralph Alvarez and Mrs The Postal Telegraph Companyhas
office here for the
opened an
) 't7 have hud a lot flI time nil heir B. Supp were visiting relatives in I Paul Raymond wore joint hostesses I benefit of the Strawberry shippers : TIP TOP GROCERY I .

I himdt lately, ('"u.... they quit! theirInntineHH Gainesville Sunday afternoon- Monday afternoon at the<, In Darlcy Restaurant and will bee ;

and ntirt; <-
mint It would pay them betterto i Mrs. Bryant S. Carroll of Jacksonville Number Three the members of the Baptist of Circle W.''I MAR. 11 & 12, 1938. FRI. & SAT. '

;i jump on Suren and Itnrelmek i spent Wednesday here M. U.Mrs. I nrlllJCe Ord.-r.-d I
with her mother Mrs. F. H. Long. ONE DOLLAR A DAY GIVEN AWAY :'I
who IK Councilmen Monday "
really knocking); em loose. 1! L. A- Canova leader conducted City v"1 ,
I the meeting and was asiilst- ning ordered bridge material I "

r Mrs. Pearl Corson of Luluton, ed by Mrs. W. B. Alexander, colead'r. build and repair" the bridges FANCY \\II1TK I 1 FANCY) I

Ga was the guest the first of the the city und! when completed Law- ..

ALL THE GO! t I: week of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Mid- Interesting reports were read by tey will have streets of. that we may CELERY each 5c Tomatoes! Lb. 5c ':i f

well be .
dleton. the officers of the Circle. proud ,
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I Mrs. Annie Richard an Informal ------ J
II gave
fl7': I and Mrs. M. M. Brown of I NO. I IRISH:
TOPPER talk on the work being The Rev. G. E. Culsluiw and

I day Keith of W.MI'Va.and, were Mrs.guests E L.Thurs-Matthews done at the State Farm In the Interest family who have recently made IRISH POTATOES 10 Lbs. 15c t: i.

of the Sund.ty School. their home in Starke moved to the ,
Mrs. P. M. Barefoot was here last week i
ap- Edwnrds cottage

COATS J. A-lanirum. of Inverness Is I pointed as u member of the com- and will continue to make their BANANAS 5 Lbs. 15c ,
l mittee to have charge of the B. home in Lawtey. Miss Christine I .
the guest of his son and daughter- T. U. __ __ __ __- -_ I
building. Cutshaw who was recently Injured -I
In-law. Mr. and--Mrs.;. T. FLan- After adjournment the hostesses In and automobile accident was ,I n.u.ooVBALLARD'S!

All Sizes. drum. served their guests a delicious refreshment nble to be removed to her home I
----- FLOUR 24 Lbs. 70c
course: Saturday from the Riverside Hospital .
Mr and Mrs. A. Williamson, ,
All Colors '. Circle Number Three has charge where ahe has been confined.
of Bradenton, were guests the first I ---. -
of the program and flowers for _____ I ...\xc\: '
of the week ot1r. and Mrs. H. A. II

BIshop. ."""' : the Church. during. the month olMarch. ments. I BACON Lb. 15cLARD| Lb. lOc G

$7.95 >4 M Mlug i .. --. -- Hostesses for the afternoonwere )I ,
Mrs. K. G. Duncan and small I
III.I - -
Mrs. T. J. Griffin Mrs.
Annual Reports Read I''
Rose returned 'AXC'WIS.. TAMPA MMD 3 I'KO.
daughter Margaret B. Herlong, Mrs. S. L. Peek Mrs j:

Sunday from St. Vincent's Hospital At Woman's Club Meeting John Vglow Mrs. W. A. Webb I CHEESE Lb. 20c MACARONI lOc

in Jacksonville Mrs D. P. Carpenter, presidentof Mrs. Fred Hazen, and Mrs. L. A. ,
--- -- the Starke Woman's Club pre- Brown. I Ior I
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and (1IANTP&G,6Bars25c ,AM 110IJX S Olt 3 FOIl
600 YARDS NOW IS TAN: TI\IE: FOR sided at the regular meeting heldin ... I
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son. Jimmy, and Mrs. Jeanette the club auditorium\ Wednesday
SUMMER WHITE Klncaid, of Tampa, are guests of \o'19r'II 11'PI/e vrio, BREAD 25c
afternoon at 3:30: o'clock. : .
I'1)11 rtx I)KIIKvniilr : > .
Mr. and Mrs O- L. Beasley.
MATERIAL OXFORDS The large auditorium was tastefully I Hill' N... Hl.'lt,: : -- - - -
VOTU'B IM IIKKKI1V: ,: ((1IVION: ::: TlmlW
PRINTED BATISTE lUG !SELECTION AT Mrs. R. J. Wells returned to her decorated with a variety ol II Hmlih. holder of Tax ('...rJlt.h'nl. I PILLSBURY FLOUR 20 Lbs. 95c
I Spring flowers for this meeting. .. No. I7H, .IxHiifil. the 3rel l i\a\\ nfAiiKilxl.
lOc $1.98 home In Palatka Saturday after ,
yd Mrs C. A. Knight und Mrs. P. A. P 1911 has riled l ininc -
spending a week here as the guest 'In my office and has made applli-'n-
D. Funcher of the State Farm deed, tO hf iexuelthereon URAL S
II'Kit fillII tax
of Mr. and Mrs. M. Sternberg were elected as'official: delegatesto !'IA..I. l ....'.tlr... iti .u.urHdFIh. .. .
M-TIE MONEY BY M ._ I .. riillnwliia 11'E SELL \\'E. IUNG. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto, Miss the State coatfrotlon to be held i fniiniy of Krnclfonl) Stall' of DOG FOOD Lbs. 25c j
in West Palm 1 BJ.ictt- .Mre. .H. B. Plnrlila in.wlt; i !
HOLE PROOF PETER'S 'SHOESCIIiLDRENS Edna, Hutto, and Miss Elizabeth : tnt. 1 1.-: nik'ftl ttumrton'It.-"rh ,
McLendon and' MrseL. F. Chapman .
In \V'., (>f 8\V'4 A W', or HUMof '
HOSIERY Williams visited the Ravine Gar I of thg.4tatlf fc'arm were elected HW, section l\t A : of r\I ('F.1) TKNDKKIZKI
: FROM dens In Palatka'Sunday afternoon. SKi I, of ''J1 alongN
as alternates. $ side. of Nlai4! of KK'/' nnnnileil HAM Lb. 31cFINEST
79c & :
$1.00 $1.39 up -- Interesting reports showing the H hv Lake 'In foJN'1 Ion it Town .
Mrs. C. W. Chalker spent the of the commit- .hl], 7 Mouth Its ngp 21 Kant:.
week-end In Gainesville as the accomplishments The nnaeRmppI of the HHld property '\ \\'EHTEItNRIB
I tees of the club were read by the utifler the said. oertlflrnte. ,IHNtiefl I
It Pays to Buy at guest of her brother-in-law and wan In the name nf Kloanoi
chairmen of each committee. In
sister Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt C. V "Mlmrnrt1niess STEW\ Lb. 12c
the president's report, Mrs. Carpenter said I rerllflcala shall boretjMi.iiK.fi .
Jones. 1 nrcnnllnfc to law, I the
STERNBERG'SEarly summarized the club's
--. activities : property described therein' will b.. LONG HORNCHEESE
for the year 1937-38 and sold to the highest bidder Hi the
Mrs. F. H. Long will spend the --- - --- -
showed how the club; had worked
week-end In Jacksonville as the Lb. 22c
son-In-law smoothly because of the cooperation .
of her and daughter.
guest of all of the members.Mrs. REAL
Dr. and Mrs. Bryant S. Car- miOOKFIELI
J. H. BettSOty chairman of

roll. music preaerite Ilsb Jean Davis ESTATEIF TUB BUTTER Lb. 35c

who played a piano solo "Barcer- .
Mr. and Mrs. A- M., Darby, Mr.
ole" and Mr. J. H. Benson and the YOU WANT TO SLICED
and Mrs: Morgan Darby and Mrs AMERICAN
C. W. Chalker were recent guests Rev. L. A. Shepherd,who sang two SELL OR RENT
duets "Believe Me Of All Those i BUY LOAF CHEESE Lb.
of Mr. and Mrs.: H. C. Richard In 'I'IBEEF'
r Endearing Charms" and "The SEE US- .. .
Palatka. '
t.., Bells of St. :Mary's." MrsEthel
Biggs accompanied Mr. Benson WILSONREALTY '

The regular Christian meeting of the and the Rev. Mr. Shepherd at the CO. STEW Lb. 9cDAVE

Woman'4 Temperance piano. .
Union will be Held Friday after
During the social hour the hostesses
noon at the home of Mrs. R. L.
served an attractive salad _
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J.bTIJ. Kemp. Visitors welcome. course to those present The St. C
Patrick's Day motif waa carried ft '
Mrs. O. W. White Misses Etho-
out in every detail In the t'efre: hGENT -
lln,.Dorothy and Carol White. Olin
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White Jr., Morris Jackson and SHOLTZ

Walter Savage spent Sunday at
the Ravine Gardens in Palatka.

,Mrs R. G. Kldd, Sr., and lit- K WILL SPEAK IN STARKE

tle Miss Patricia Ann Kldd of

Richmond. Va., are guests this FRIDAY MARCH 11 the
week of Mr. and Mrs. Richard FOR SALEGood tobacco plants- ,

< 00 lID ffiJ @ lW JID( Kidd and Mrs. Paul E. Canova, Sr. bed.Will Mrs.Bell N.by V hundreds Robfnette or Route entire 11:30: A. M

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Boring Jr.. 2. Box 305. if. 1., ):i'i'.

announce the birth of a girl on -- 'i <'

Sunday March 6, in St. Lukes FOR RENT-Entire first floor CANDIDATE FOR U. S. ,x ;'ti 1 AIR. SHOLTZ

Hospital In Jacksonville. The lit- with Private bath. In town. M.
tle girl has been named Diana Sasae Itp SENATE ;MAKE ;

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I ---- FOR RENT Furnished apartment -

I Mrs. N. Sternberg Mrs. J. L. Apply Mrs S. R. Johns. HIS FIRST APPEARANCE fj OF( FLORIDA, PROVED

-I I Frazee and daughter, Mrs. Taylor -
Belcher of Garrison-on-the- FOR RENTHouse' p.nct Store 'IN STARKE
bulfdlng. Mrs. J. W.Jor A FRIEND
Molor'I'I Hudson, N. Y., visited the Ravine It ) : OFDRADFORD

Gardens, In Palatka, Wednesday gan. ,
birds who |lust "must" 90 Worth now will prefer Florida TO TALK TO THE
Line Z.phyr bue. over all other forms ol travel. I(. so much 'afternoon FOR SALE-Stewart-Warner auto COUNTY
convenient hours to almost anywhere-plus
with d.partur.s.v.ry I.w
Late model. $10. Berry
Tour choice oi many scenlo routes at lowest '.r... Travel right.straight Lt. T. T. Long, Lt. Richard Kldd I VOTERS; 01-
through on time-laving limited schedules or stop over earoute at no Sergeant Elmo Struth Sergeant Johna, City Light Plant. 3-4-2tp I HEAR HIMSPEAK

vats charge.Compare. William Graham and Sergeant FOR RENT-.-Five-room bungalow HRAJ>FOIU) COUNTY

These Fares With Driving Cost : s James Dennis attended the National unfurnished J. Maurice

Guard inspection at the ArmoryIn Edwards. It : .i r

JACKSONVILLE _______905 CHICAGO _____________ 13.00 Jacksonville Tuesday night.Mr. -_.- ____ _


_____ 13.10 LOI'MVILLE __________ 11.13 and Mrs. J. W. McIntosh occasion attractively arranged A SEAT IN THE UNITED; STATES; SENATE. WILL SPEAK HERE 1 1I

1-ITTSIH-IiaH __ ___ 13.55 EVANSVILLE uun 10.90NASHVILLE or Sunday and reasonably priced. Mrs. N. D.I
u Wllllston were guests MARCH: 11TIL AT 11 :30 A. :\1. THIS WILL IlE HIS FIRST
_________ 8.15II.I.EIOII Phone 102 Starke.Fla. ,i
ItlCHMOM ,____-_____ 9.95 or their son-in-law and daughter Wainwright
___"n____ 7.90 MEMPHIS _u_--_ 9.70 Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Priest. Mrs. trl

DETROIT ___________ 14.90 ASIIEVILLK: -_ 7.83 McIntosh remained for a longer HE SURE AND HEAR HIM: SPEAK.

'LEVELAND ___ .____n 14.95 CHARLESTON, S. C __. 4.95 visit with Mr. and Mrs. Priest. FOR SALE- Improved Variety I
Marigold tomato plant $1.50
CINCINNATI __ _h___ 11,13 ATL.\NTA 5.30 1 DAVE SHOLTZ
per thousand ready to .et.
I IXniANAPOUS __ 13.53 HIK.MINOH: 6.40 Misses Rosa and Addle Bal den i'
Moore south of. Starke on Keystone -
STATION and Ted all of Jacksonville
road. 3-4 2tp tf
1.\0' Agent OPPOSITE COntTHOCSE were guests Sunday of Mr. YOUR CANDIDATE FOR THE

and MM R C Btifard. They wfe FOR SALT heap: Ontwo- 'I

accompanied home by Mrs. Alice wheel tralloi! Two large/ tea! box UNITED STATES SENATE t

[ Jones and Don Stilley who have es. One electric Coca C >la r;-)-x _

pent the past three weeks with Several small Coca Cola box : .
J I SI.-I' -- -- - -- -- --
,Ir. and Mrs. Buford. trunk's Feed & Seed Store (. -- -- -- --


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i'I'! ill J. J. Mendenhall pitiful story of being an ,
I Sixth District's ;'' '
and belonging to "Daddy ,i'

FARMERS SECTION Farm Income 1 LIVE STATE NEWS Case Is Dropped happened to run Into Mis i i. |hta gg, :

I beth Weimar, a field wor.i. I ,
At 8-Year High JACKSONVILLE slate has the Society, at Lakeland la ,
;j :NOTES OF INTEREST TO BRADFORD GROWERS I I FLORIDA.. CT IN "SHORT PARAGRAPHS dropped all charges against J. J and when Informed by MIMMv* H.e','

i ATLANTA. Farm Income I Mendenhall, former life term con mar that she was mplc\,,,
' ;j !!SMITH \' I'OINTERS [ reached an eight-year high In the ; DAN CUPID SOAKED UPHOLDS LICENSETALLAHASSEE. vict who had been accused of kill- I "Daddy" Fagg:, left th.' i h .. i IV,

ON PRODUCTION OF SEA I''I sixth Federal Reserve District last I MIAMI--Dan Cupid took a sock I .-The right of Ing two aged women here. great haste, and though i |1"1,", 1ft,

Hints To Housewives ISLAND: 'OTTON IN 1939 i year while most other trade and I on the chin here March 4. Flfty- a city to require out-of-town establishments Circuit Judge Bnyard B. Shields to the police and other oftu, ,, I [ Industrial statistics declined the seven divorce suits and one suit to pay license for dismissed an Indictment charging Lakeland and Bartow, hut I""
r Wrrkly from Home Demonstration GAINESVILLE With Sea Is- I f Federal Reserve Back of Atlanta for annulment of a marriage were operating sample display rooms Men
k Specialist, Tallahassee. land cotton planting time only a reported today. I filed In circuit court, a record from' which trade is solicited and ry Rae Anderson, 60. The pardoned : --- ------

few weeks away J. Lee Smith, I Farmers. In Alabama Florida, number for one day. Only five orders are taken has been upheldby ;! former prisoner was acquitted BITS SCHEDULE

RURAL I.U'NOftWOICK agronomist with the State Agricultural Georgia, Louisiana, MISBlaulppI marriage licenses were issued the Florida Supreme Court. two years ago when tried for Southbound

Extension Service, today and Tennessee Increased their Income _._---.- .-- -- j Such an ordinance of the City of the murder of Mrs. Anderson's No. 205---Due Stark :o: i ,
listed some pointers for Florida 4.3 percent to $808,132,000 as Tallahassee was ruled valid when mother. 84-year-old Mrs. Laura No. 207 Due '' m
By MrKlnlu I ;MooreIn I i ,' -
the matter of laundries In th,, growers of this crop. compared with 1936 This, the included monthly KISSIMMEE.-:Miss Verna Dur- I the court refused to release Mrs. Matilda Green. No. 203-Due StflJke 12 i ", st'

average rural home It was fount I Mr. Smith based the points he review showed benefit The I! runce, twenty-three-year-old beautician Nuumadean Davis Blalock from a State Attorney William Hal- :Mo. 201-Due Starke 10 _." rn.
through the Farm Housing Surve]. brought out on hundreds of recd I i government payments. I II and skilled horsewoman, 'I charge that she operated a Montgomery lowes joined defense attorneys in NorthboundNo.

that practically 9 percent of th ords of plantings and yields of 1936 Income was $774,935,000. II { was killed near here last night Ward Company agency moving that the pending Indict- 202-Due Starke 1 -,,, ,1'11I.'
women preferred washing out f IE I Sea Island cotton In Florida last | The review reported January Increases J when her horse threw her to the i here without paying the city li- ment be dlsmlsned. He told the No. 204-Due Starke 41, ,
the yard. It Is too bad that this I yea ,' of 3.S per cent over December I pavement of a concrete highway.A cense. judge the state had no new evidence No. 206-.Due Starke 9:1.-: pat,

weekly job hasn't been given more Inasmuch as farmers on the In residential contracts i| coroner's jury declared her ----. to present at the. second No. 208-Due Starke 3:0: m
thought for convenience by havinga heavier soli areas In Leon, Jefferson ;, for the six states, 4.2 per cent in /| (
nice shed or pergola In the shade. Madison, Hamilton/ Bradford Alabama's pig-iron production. Inventories | 'laughter[ of Mrs Carrie Arnold. TATE POWELL NAMEDJACKSONVILLE. : Mendenhall 4r former citrus Starke Bus Agent: Be-, ra,
a %
of 65 wholesale firms Increased ,
A hose attached to the water sup- and other counties who planted ,;i .---- -Dr. W. A. grower and building contractor, Service Station, opposite ,,"t.
ply to fill the tubs, would help two pocks of seed to the acre obtained 2.8 per cent. I TO MODERNIZE !SCHOOLS' McPhaul, State health officer, has' served part of a life sentence In house
many a tired mother 30 percent more cotton than ,; Each was smaller than a year GAINESVILLE. Gainesville announced the appointment oft
the state
I' his I
prison following -
who to and however. Tate Powell of the Baker County convl..tlnn TRAIN SCIIEUl'LK
HOBO planted one one ;
j freeholders voted to flout a $225i ,-
If we lire going to have the | I .__._ An__ n_ charge f\f slaying n_ .
laundry In the back yard let' a half pecks Mr. Smith believes I Estimates of farm Income de- i: 000 bond issue to modernize Its Press, Macclenny, as publicity director u In Plnellas Schedule: or trains arrlvlru :.,
plan for a beautiful pergola with that It will pay to use more seed dined in December, but the 1837 I I present school system and add for the State Board of ber of County a num- daily. Subject to change w ,lit,
in these sections. Material increases Health, with offices In the adminIstration years ago. notice.
some conveniences. The Ironing total was reported at 19.2 per several!! new school buildings, an
could also be done In this cool spot. from the use of more seedin cent larger than in 1935 and more t unofficial canvass of the ballots building, Jacksonville. He established his residence Southbound-Uue !StorKo

If you use the old sail Irons why the lighter soil counties such as I revealed today. The vote was 573 Dr. McPhaul said it is his aim here after. he was pardoned. No. 1-Local------ i. '?.

not get a supply of charcoal I and Suwunnee, Columbia, Taylor and Missis-sippi for the bond Issue und 116 against to familiarize FlorIdians with the ------.-.A No. 15-Local____-- 4 :si.. ,In
Union also noted. As i work and of the State No 107-Through____ ,,
use this out of doors, or get one were germination I with 163656000. | with 692 of the 1236 qualified objectives BEWARE OF FRAUDSJACKSONVILLE 10,11. m.
of the Improved kerosene or gaso- of seed probably will not I Farm income figures for the six freeholders casting' ballots. Board of Health, and he is of the -If any young No. 191-To Miami___ 10-3''i:: m.

line irons Or if you have electricity be as good this year as It was In States: .- _- --. opinion that a newspaperman Is man auks you to subscribe to any :Northbound-Due Stark'

you could have an outlet 1937, it is more than ever Import.j State 1937 1938 OIL !SEEKERS HURT the person to handle the undertaking. magazine and in any way uses the No. 2-Local______ 5 :u"n -B,
ant that farmers plan to Alahl$182.H57oOO SltflR29,000 No. 16 Local ____ _
where an electric Iron could be Florida U3.r.9R,000 99,661,000 IMMOKALEE.- premature name of The Children's Home So- 11 28 m
plugged in. seed than they did last year. i I /217.111561)000 1 explosion of a 25-pound charge of' .. ciety of Florida, or its State Superintendent No 108-Through___ :5:OKn: I ,
l 17G,1549,01)00ut.x -----
Levin aIn rea ; 1 Marcus No. 192-Through_. __ 6' ,
C. 20
When your Iron gets coated witha The earlier the farmer can get 183.658,01111 tM3,357OOIl i I dynamite Injured three oil pros- Fagg, you m
thin skim of starch, just run it Sea Island cotton to growing, the |I Tenn. 130,3115,01111 2,1\33.0110 pectors in the Everglades near MASS!! WEDDING HALTED will !know at once that he Is an Starke and Waiuiee> Br-inrh

over a sheet of fine sandpaper, andit better chance he has of getting'I I i here. The men, employed by an MIAMI.--The flight of six un- Imposter and should be reported at No 101 leaVes Starke 7:00: < m
will be clean and smooth again. ahead of the boll weevil and obtaining URGE GROWERS TO VOTE oil company, were exploring the der-age couples to Alabama to be once to the Sheriff or police anda No 102 arrives Starke 1:50: Mn

Keep the sandpaper tucked under a good crop. Planting time MARCH 12 IN TOBACCO region, for possible deposits. Most married was stopped by Paul Mar- telegram sent collect to the Society : Seaboard Airline Rallwa

your ironing board where it will varies with the section and soil AND: COTTON REFERENDA : seriously injured was Frank Bray- tens, chief juvenile probation officer at 40 Buckman Bldg., Jacksonville T. J, GRIFFIN, Agent.

be handy. type, Mr. Smith explained. The man, 25, of Everglades City, whose Martens said the mother of --for the Home Society has
group of farmers north of Gainesville GAINESVILLE.-As the dead- 'face was badly: burned. one of the Intended brides discovered no solicitors at any time, any- It'. Easy To Be Mistaken About
When ironing the popular trou- who" planted during the I line approaches for the national ... a suitcase filled with, cloth- where. TnMfteU
VtlAanniA miff H_|.*_.PVPM._ try folding I last 'L .,.... .. TROOBIEStomach .
r..n .n -----u week of March last year I referenda on tobacco marketing !SPECIAL FISHING LAW Ing hidden in shrubbery in her Last week a group of sixteen n.
them back in halves with the cuff more cotton than any other I quotas for 1938, both national and TALLAHASSEE. A speciallaw yard and reported It to him. His young men, purporting to be stu 1 sufferer should lean ih.

portion both lying sides along the would armhole.a ruffle I, while those farmers who planted state agricultural leaders are appealing permitting .mullet fishing in investigation led to the detentionof : dents' trying to earn their way truth INDIGESTION.bout ULCERS belching, GAS heart A''ID,m.

Iron unfold and either as you out the I during the first week of April I to Florida farmers who Levy County during: Florida's fif all six couples, he said. The through college, were at Lakelandand constipation, etc., due toxcw.iid
press I made yields that were almost as grew this crop last year to go to ty-day closed season was thrown Intended driver of the car was held Bur tow -and no doubt now are FHCE TJDGA Booklet contain* ''I, i I'
crease or leave it to make the puff good. Farmers on the stiff clay the polls In their counties and out by the Supreme Court. The and the others were released in driving their truck and trying the interest The9th edition,justoitihe,

more decided. land of Madison, Jefferson, and cast their ballots on Saturday, court said the special law" seek care of their parents. Ages of the same or some similar stunt in oth- press,may prove comfortlClipthistoremind your! first step to happystomac

Leon counties should not plant until March 12. Polling places have ing to exempt fishermen in one youngsters ranged from thirteen to er sections of the State. you to ask for the UDGA Booklet at
PLANT MANY the last week of March of the been established in all Florida from seventeen.
FARMERS: county the closed season Imposed One of the young men, with his CARPENTER'S DRUG STOKE
TREES SHRUBS, VINES first week of April. On lighter counties where tobaco is grown, by general law on all coun- .
FOR EROSION CONTROL soils of the southern half of the and election will be supervised by I ties had not been adopted in accordance : IJ
Sea Island area which warm up county agents and county and I with the constitution and "TREE EAT TREE"

Florida far- earlier than other soils, crops may community committeemen therefore had no effect. MIA MI.-It is a case of tree- THE WORLD'S GOOD NEWS f
be planted from March 15 to the H. G. Clayton, in charge of the 4.- eat-tree In park beside the First
Mill i
In ero lon-control demonstration r a come to your home every day through

mers end of the month. Seasonal
agricultural adjustment programIn
Avenue bridge here. Years ago a
areas at Gracevllle and Mon- ditions, to a large extent should THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR
this state, says there are 2,000 -The Florida palmetto palmtand a banyan tree
ticello this winter are planting the farmer. ..,,, International Daily 1
guide tobacco growers eligible to vote. Works Progress Administration sprang up side by aide. As they Neviipaptr

255,000 tree and seedlings 13,000, 38,000 shrubs,kud-according Farmers on the clay subsoils of j Every person who produced flue- plans to add approximately 4,000 acquired the lusty growth of semi- It d...record. not exploit for you eruno the world'or Mnullon cleen. eonetructlTe; neither zu plants, Leon, Jefferson, and Madison' cured tobacco last year can vote men to its payroll as quickly as tropical trees they crowded each but deal. correctively' with them :re.I..... for bun. men end ..11b..
to Colin D. Gunn, state co- fanny Including the Weekly Mugulni I Section.
ordinator of the Soil Conserva- counties got very good results last In the leaf referendum. Votingwill routine enrollment can be com- other for space. Little by little the -- :__--______. I
year by putting in fertilizer, from be by secret ballot.A pleted. State Administrator R. J. banyan encircled the palmetto. To- Th. Chrletlen Science Publishing Society
tion Service. 200 to 250 'pounds per acre, in the grower Is entitled to vote in Dill said the action was part of a day a small portion of the palm's One. NOT-., St r.-&, Baton ", ....chu..".
and shrubs are "' iubi<>rlp"<>11 to TO" Chrlntum Selene Monitor
The trees plants,
nation-wide WPA
seed row and planting on the same community where he resides, even program to trunk shows outside the banyanup a lpe"oSnof' '

being shipped as needed from About nurseries day. On the sandier soils of the though he produced tobaco in another meet increased,unemployment and to a height of about twenty WIdn.die/ ; leeue. .lncluC"--'anlb: ( M$1.50..In.3_month uon. 1y.at..M 1 eo month, ( lunee lit iJJ.
to the two projects. state, however Mr. Smith says community last year, Clayton would bring the state's total to feet, where it becomes completely
160,000 trees were produced in the growers who distributed their fer- says Each grower has only 32,500 persons. About 1,600 persona "swallowed." A few feet higherthe N.m. .___________________________________________________

Florida State Nursery and the tilizer and then waited for a weekor one vote, no matter how many were given Jobs In Florida palmetto emerges into the air Add_-----------
remainder were grown In nurseriesof 10 days before planting got the I farms he operates. during the past two weeks, he and rustles its fan-shaped leaves swill,.c.;;.. iii-------------
the Soil Conservation Service best results. Seed that said.
are defiantly at the hungry banyan.
Growers of Sea Island cotton
throughout the Southeast as a ed too soon after Plant-I .--
who did not short staplein .
part of the CCC camp program. soils of this type are affected by produce MRS VANN MUST SERVE -
1937 will not be allowed to voteIn
Cooperating\! farmers In the dem- the fertilizer and the plants are TALLAHASSEE. Florida's Supreme CURTAIL SPUD SHIPMENTS
the cotton election, since staple
onstration areas will plant the stunted.On Court decided Mrs. Mary MIAMI. Lower Dade County ; STATIO3flTRY
1H inches or longer is exempt ESERVICE
trees on severely eroded portionsof sandy soils of the state from quota restrictions. Vann of Pensocola, forty-year-old potato growers, in a move to bolster -
their farms to show how trees grandmother, must serve a ten- sagging market prices of
where the Is it shouldbe
crop grown, Likewise, cigar-wrapper producerswho
will check erosion and put such planted In four-foot rows with do not also grow flue-cured year sentence for plotting to their late crop, have agreed to curtail OUR SERVICE AND: BE CONVINCED
land to Its best use. They will wreck a passenger train in an unsuccessful or stop completely, If neces-
one stalk to every 10 Inches of tobacco cannot participate in that ATLAS
plant the shrubs In gullies and on drill. On the heavier soils, stalks referendum, Clayton points out. attempt to kill her en- sary, the digging of their product.
galled area, and along field and should be spaced 12 Inches apart. gineer-husband. The court up- Before taking this drastic action, TIRES BATTERIES TUBES
woodland borders to put useless Application of 150 pounds of Florida has been given tenta- held her conviction in Santa Rosa the growers watched the prices

land to work producing food and fertilizer per acre increased production tive allotments of 75,183 acres of County Circuit Court, where witnesses during the past week toboggan to Tine Unconditionally atutrantevd for I Year and Ig Months
cover for wildlife. in all sections of the SeaIsland short staple cotton and between testified she employed two seventy-five cents from $I.M. The

Farmers wll use the kudzu area last year. An aver- 9,300 and 9,600 acres of flue-cured negroes to remove railroad spikes figures represent the price paid STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS
tobacco, from which productioncan from the track near Cottage Hill after the are placed in WASHING
plants to form permanent stripe age of 200 pounds of fertilizer per potatoes -POLISHING- INO-OREASINO
be marketed tax-free if quota April 1, 1936. the freight cars. The
critical in cultivated growers
on areas acre increased production 48 per
restrictions are applied. This is Call 60 For Road Service
fields, in gullies on galled spots, cent and larger average, applica- making the agreement represent
about 70 percent of the average NEW MACHINE ILLEGAL fully eighty percent of the total
or road banks, and other the
tycations lion I increased yields proportionately -
recent andis Easy Payment Plan On Tire and Batterle
where .. acreages during years, TAMPA. It took a Criminal Dade acreage. To date but 500
perennial vegetation It being pro-rated to farms. If Court jury just two minutes to. cars of an estimated 2000-car crop LACY CONWAY, FLORIDA MOTOR LINES _AGENT
needed to excessive soil Farmers additional<: Information -
prevent wishing I
levied will be 2
taxes are they decide that a fancy new slot ma- have been shipped ..... ...
loss. Kudzu is a fast-growing vine on cultivation and production - _,_ ... _,or. r_ _
cents pound on excess cotton -- ----- --
per chine and
vending candy paying
that has been found effective In of Sea Island cotton may
and half the market value on excess off of
controlling erosion and for hay obtain it by writing to Mr. Smith prizes cigarettes was just

-production. i or seeing their county agents. tobacco."If two-thirds. of the growers that aa illegal paid off as in the cash old, that familiar is, when-kind GET A MODERN V8

throughout the country approve ever It did. The jury found Nick

ii control, quotas will be effective Brown, restaurant owner, guilty of
KEY-McCABE FUNERAL HOME throughout the entire producingareas possessing a slot machine in a test I I 1

:MRS. L. (' McCABE Lady Attendant ," Clayton says. "It is hop case made at Brown's own request -
ed that Florida growers will be While the strict 1937 slot
well represented la the national machine law provides a minimumfine
4.1 \\'. 'hllrl'h-I'hone 5-1338:\ SO St. George rhone :27 vote, since the outcome of the national or $250 or a minimum jail :

voting will govern procedure sentence of three months for a ,

in Florida as well as else- first offense, Judge John R. times
UNITED LIFE INSURANCE CO. where. Whether you favor or oppose released Brown with payment of I

quota restrictions, express costs because it test
court was a
L. C. McCABE, President I Jacksonville, Fla.I your preference on March 12. It II
l Is not only a privilege but a responsibility II I
Industrial Life Insurance of all growers" BEANS. LE.tVI'EVEItOADES

H. I.. 104.\.'1', Represrntatl\e --. CANAL POINT. Green snap I .

IIILLSROROUail GROWER beans regain the lead In Luke V-B PERFORMANCE CENTER-POISE RIDE-ul* <*mnce ,9,} 1M4 ,, ,,
GAINS! BV HIGH YIELDOF Okeechobee region shipments durIng > ? lm Pad v

SEA ISLAND: COTTON the past seven day period.

an. You RGULD I Sixty-two!' cars of beans went
"- i GAINESVILLE. good strain north and In second place came
l I of seed and desirable fertilizing pena with fifty-four cars. Forty- tY

and cultural 1 practices enabled H. nine cars of cabbage, along ,with s; -ii

j;'l .. "if\tll\\t,\ II your child Is eleven years old ot younger I M. Pancoast of Seffner, In Hills. three cars of radishes, ten cars of

I 'j' you can auure his education by a nominal borough County, to produce 316 celery, 46 mixed cars and two
T' 't... monthly deposit with us.We will send checks bales of Sea bland cotton on 3.1 cars of potatoes, brought the tt '
1 al,\\ 1'0 ,r' to him every month while he Is la college acres in 1937, he reports to the week's offerings up to a total of J' %

and even make the premium deposit lor you State Agricultural Extension Ser- 226 cars. Previous shipments during ,,
n JL U you die or become disabled before paying I vice. He Is planning to plant 20 the season have amounted to
; 0 0 f. U up your U. I, acres this year, after having obtained 2265: cars and the past week's SAFETY CLASS STEEL BODIES MODERN APPEARANCE IRQUE.TUBE DRIVE

iE_ Send lor our bee bookl.t on cost at representative one of the highest yields on northbound vegetables make a ,
educational .. record last year. season's total of 2.491 cars. Beans
, w V- -.l From a measured 3.1 acre area,I of the Valentine variety are bring- ',
SIGN Mr Pancoast ginned 1,422 poundsof I ing anywhere from seventy-five STEP UP to the V-S Claw NOW get superb performance arm. F.aerj d our peed

_ *tra _--afar eta fa tarry nra lint. Because of late damageby cents to $1.40 per hamper. brakes, toad tire., a cash Interior modern or 7ose a'N
the cotton stalner, he did not! style and color. And you won't need now, if your present epO.e,a. a.

MAIL GULF LIFE INSURANCE CO. pick an estimated 150: pounds from' his crop careful cultural attention.J. car equals the down-payment. Balance on easy term. See> HIMtUJHC lItCHMIf
Jackson Flo. I the field. He had no boll weevil Lee Smith, district agent with your Ford dealer this*week get a modern V-8! Wittrun1

TODAY damage. I the Extension Service, that
/ \4\JA |\ Gentlemen PI-.. send, me your FREE information I Iwt Selling his cotton for an aver-. good seed, boll weevil control SEE YOUR FORD DEALER TODAY! OLDCA.-D.tVIHOM.MINO IN YOU *

.fe I Ield.r OR i Child Education. I age of approximately 24.5 cents a good fertilization and culture, and anvil CAL say II.MI.
pound Mr. Fancoaat cleared purity of strain are necessary for -
"" $320.31 above ginning and hauling success with this I
1)) _dirnl--------_______________ | costs from the lint of I II rejuvenated In-
his exceptionally dustry. He adds that
cotton hav-
LI'1I...drJT--:1 -..=------------------- | t high yield. ing & staple l Iii inches or longer J. W. ANDREWS Jr.
He fertilized with around 400 will not be subject to restrictions
---------- ------ i
REE ; L a -;;;. J. I pounds per acre of a good quality under the new compulsory control I I ,
-- -r e a- -_ home-mixed fertilizer: and gave program. Starke, FloridaPAGE


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( ommenta Ind Hereafter On Here Florida WitS admitted t to the DOT CRY'i'l'fopredonrp 4 ,'I fa 'Ni;'

Union 93 March 3. despite
years ago.
Mf-a 'iDWXN MA1a,
,mlnent religious leader, a protest from Northern r .4L__ 4

supposed to know a great Congressmen that Its little population HALS v PAINTS1H.1'r

,i',,ut the moral conditions of of 35,000 did not entitle it toI I 1 r

said recently that there the dignity of statehoodPresident H\S II.\ITKNKIISO the club secretary He'll find "i

.. women drunkards In this Tyler signed the controversial FAR rider for you."'

\ ,than men drunkards I'I' Florida Bill March 3, Tlmmle 1)0nO\'IU), floe Ini- "I couldn't trust any Jockey: I IOSE f fSAYE
of this nation |HtiwiUM but loyal } ungjoikry now" answered Roger trying to; a r+sure J '
,t ", ,ill\ sections 1845 the last day of bin adminis IpIAk1 ,...1
,titorlal Is being written In ;auigetes tratlon. I engaged by Sir Peter conceal the break in his voice aura ,flt

bote1\ have Just CuUerton and his grandson "Not after Timmie .

i continent aboard a The peninsula territory bought Roger to ride their British "Come now don't take \II like i i
,, d i this from Spain for $5,000,000. became 1Y
railroad train. I noticed entry In MM tint.. Amerlrnn\ that," mild the steward "These { N ( r
i 10, "m State and
a Immediately
'?" lounge car that rave, It deceived l by his "mrhiniHK boys are honest most of them i
lh& December its three-
III 1 more men than following I ) father's. story hut he Don t think about the past Your
1 ,there were
tuni' there were more congressional delegation nnfln money for Minclcul c'-'' Job Is to find a mount.."
non traveling seated In the Senate and
ordering alcohol was |1a'nsc.a, and deliberately goes With a wave of his hand he die
.,man then men House. Senators David '
have ob- They were out to 10..... When sir Peter missed the boy. Roger stumbled 't1'
what I
,, ,drinks From Levy and James D. Westcott' "Safety Cruiser' a new all of us more deeply conscious State-wide tour with the full cooperation f.j: '.
this dies from a heart atl LC'k. UK Crossing toward the stands; .
t 't', ,i'ved 1 am convinced that and Representative Edward Cuabell. and effective instrument In the if our responsibility to walk and of the State Oepart'f.: '! gat
hili the rac IN concluded), Tlmmle he was conscious of a shrill, yet '
,,glows leader la correct In ; cause of highway safety made Us '10 drive more carefully, taking menus of Highway and Safety :' ;
la l. heiirt-brokrn and booming voice. It was the an .,
'atement No nation ever went spal'sely-Inhablt.-I bitterly appearance here March Oth 'lust a little more time to be safe," This undertaking Is one of the t 1'1.1
The fact that remorseful. Finding out that nouncer speaking and an electric
i i",, nell until the women of the nab Resembling a water-craft with At the close of the performance, Standard Oil Company contributions ; 3 k
In the ed Florida had the constitutional be has been tricked), h<< rulwnfund tension seemed to sweep over' the I t
i ,,'I;i .jeterlorated morally. its pilot house and its portholes the public was given an oppor- in the national campaign to j'I,
guarantee of two Senat.orsjustas for to rater thehorse crowd:
igiii of, God IIln Is sin whether 1 It the huge "vessel" broadcasts tunity to Inspect the Interior of reduce the appalling accident toll r 1
many as populous New York In the American .
,, ,immltted by man or woman. i'up. "Ladles and gentlemen we havea through Its public address system this magnificent "land yacht"which on our streets and highways. The .J
caused an uproar n Congress and \ou" he Hilt I win. But
\ tat as world consequences are special announcement that The Us warning and Its lesson of Safety I has a spacious lounge electrical entire public activity of the :

nn'rned It Is worse for women Seeking to make sure slave ter- just before the Mart hiIt Pooknh Is scratched and Timmie to the public, I kitchen (or galley), pullman- Cruiser is devoted to Safety. / IJ'

n. mk than It Is for men. What tltory would not get' the edge, brought to the Judges'' .stand Donovan has been disbarred by the; A public official. In a talk from like sleeping accommodations for During the educational journeyof j j'I' 1

I ,i. .you expect of a generation some Northerners proposed mak situ| told he him been din-. stewards," I the Cruiser remarked "Befoie weare the crew running water, fireproof '' the Safety Cruiser In this sec I,

n mothers In the laboratory of ing two States out of Iowa, whose burred an it Jockey because of Wilkins Roger's trainer was at to be /safe we must bl SAFETY projection room two-way 'I' tion of the Stale It is being dl- '

ii bodies mix cocktails with admission also was pending. fans dl"ot'r..d about theirelloos dumbfounded by the proclamation CONSCIOUS and I sincerely radio equipment, and many other lected by K G Duncan repreoen- r', I IIi Ii d

. i ia milk which nourishes their hai Florida had Internal troubles before rari as everyone else He turned and trust that the visit of this beautiful features tallve of the Standard Oil Pom- $ '

c i, ,.e and while the baby Is In the Its people agreed to submit stared vacantly al Mother Ralph and unusual cruiser will\ makeRROOKER The Safety Cruiser is making a pliny. 'j'l'
('ll. VTEIt: TEN and Cricket who were just enter- .
ms of the mother ashes are drop- a constitution and request admission ----- --- b
Y i p' 11 I from the mother's cigarette One strong political element' while Roger was patting The Pookah Ing the paddock I, as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Mrs I. J. PriestMis .

rim' the baby's face! No wonder' lemanded division of the territory Wilkins the most assiduous "What's all\ this nonsense around I Ha/en Thomas Dyal. who has l '
of trainers gave the animal a here anyhow ?" snapped Mother 'Ilas. Vera Galnej, Correspondenttinnday i,
bankrupt West Florida.
Inc nation Is becoming Into East and Mr and Mrs Biince Roberts of been the guest of her daughter
brushing and wiping before Ralph. She shook Wilklns shoul
mornlly Women cannot live ori Nevertheless, a constitutional the call for battle. I Graham were visiting here Sunday Mrs. Retta Parker of High I;
der. "Well\ don't stand there likea "' School TitrtyMisses
i)he same plane with men. They; convention met at St. Joseph in the red afternoon. Springs, returned to her home this Il
paddock a and Muriel
vegetable Joella
.. always better or worse than 1838 and later in the same Barry week I
r year R P
'Boated Mis, Carey Ingram Mrs. I
attendant hurried to the "
the up 'Ow should I know ? blinked Lee Sapp entertained the Intermediate -
men Woman was voters gave a small majority to British Lewis and Mr. Ovid Lewis.. were Mr. and Mrs. C. E Harper were I
the trainer "I'm standln there School Class witha
cross and first at the open sepul- adoption of the proposed State Sunday Mr. and Mrs G Lennon in visiting In Pulutku lust Sunday.
"Mr. Colverton." he and some bloke comes to me at the homeof visiting
\ historically said "you're up party Friday If.
chre But It probably constitution Starke Sunday afternoon Mrs. Charles Dyal and sons of
wanted at the stand. an' The Pookah scratched the former.
judges' says
true that the form of death by; Palatka, have returned to their {'
"Me?" 'cause 'e ain't got a rider." Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Hazen. of
rejoined Roger puzzled.
.crucifixion: was first hatched out ------- The living room where the home after a visit with Mrs. Dyul's
"Yes sir its Wilkins caught sight of Roger, Orlando spent the week-end< hereas
in the brain of a degenerate worn very Important. guests assembled was decorated parents Mr. and Mrs, G W.
an Back to God. American women FLA: STATE FARM Roger gave the horse a final moving slowly and dejectedly artistically with wild flowers.Many guests of his parents, Mr. and Rhames, Sr.
loving thump and hastened' to fol across the shadow of the doorway Mrs. E. M Hazen. I
'' Back to old-time womanly; )Irll. Bryan {bitfield.. Cor. games and contests were --
I low the attendant. When he arrived He reached forward and drew the Mr. and Mrs Charles Hardy and r0o7'SE' S
decency. enjoyed after which delicious icfreshments ) BEACHKftla
at the stand he was surprised youngster to him, putting a protecting I Miss Reba Lee Hardy were visit-
S e Mr. and Mrs S. D. Fancher had were served. '
to see Timmie. The latter arm around his shoulder. Ing In Santa Fe Sunday afternoon. !Miss (ruvcfnrd. Cor. ;
I am looking out of my hotel as their guests during the week. was plainly distressed. "Come, me lad" he cried Those enjoying this lovely affair A large crowd from here attended .
ol Senator and Mrs. Scales of Perry Misses Lorena Polk Myr- Mr and Mrs Arvled< Johns ban fi
the crowded streets were:
window at "Timmie! What Is it? begged "What ve these blarsted savages; church services tit New Hope
the lovely city of Los Angeles. IIu and Mr. and Mrs. Morris L. Bol- Roger. been doln' to us now ?" I tice Crosby Estelle Mott, Dot'Is Church Sunday. returned to their home here after

mean the climate, 1 1 ten of Washington D C. Mott and Ralph Mott W. C. Cros spending several months In Plant
lovely--I Before any answer could be "Oh, nothing much said Roger The Rev. G E. McCauley held
mean the clear sky and the bright Under the direction of Miss Be made the first steward Intervened. speaking with difficulty. "They've by. Edward D. Barker Hugh BIngiam regular services at the Baptist City.

sunshine There are lovely poopk; '1t.rlceCox and Mrs. Vance Geiger "Your friend just gave us an ruled Timmie off the turf. It wacsomething Ovid Lew'ls Albert Lee Church here Sunday. MUa\ Vlrgle Gasklns entertained f

here too. I suppose there are as chairmen of the social and finance i interesting little statement about he did. If he did do it, I Crosby Talmadge Kelley, J. R Miss Janie Mae Quarrels spent several of her friends with a

more orthodox Christians in this committees, respectively, the Rldgemoie Handicaps" he I'm sure he couldn't help It'' Mott Forrest Crosby, J. W. Kelley the week-end In Jacksonville as Pound party Saturday night.

ray than there are In any city of the Woman's Club gave a party at said. "I might of knowed they'd try i M. D Harrell Jr., Leslie Thomas guest of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Mr. and Mrs. Ira Wilson, of

the same size In America. I am the Community building Saturday "I don't understand" replied something! like this" groaned Wil and Eldon HardyVelner. demons. Plant City spent the week-end .!i

preaching In a church that' has afternoon for Farm Children be.tween Roger. king "It's the worst country for ----.---- -- here with Mr. and Mrs. Bartley

three thousand people who worship the ages of 6 and 12. After "It's very simple:: he just threw 1 an honest 'horse I've ever seen! \ Roast iLl.JI'TOIY'M Johns. S e

there every Sunday. I refer enjoying a number of games and the race."' I I Roger turning to The Pookah, I Mis. Carey Ingram entertained .. 4tllmmtt.. Iene..N.ee.rThe Mrs. Putt ley Johns left Monday j ;

t.t.? the Church of the Open Door contests the little guests were "Threw the race!" cried Roger had stopped listening He put one the Birthday Club of the Junior to spend several days with rela- '

Or Louis\ Talbot Is the pastor. He !served punch and cookies. shocked and Incredulous. "That's of his arms around the horse's Department of the Baptist Sunday Rev. Mr Neuton, of Green tives In Plant City.

.is one of the most successful pas Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Jordan and not true! He couldn't help if The muzzle as the animal seemed to School Friday afternoon with a Cove Springs will preach at the Mis. J. Roy Quinn, of Avon ;( I I '+

tors and Bible teachers I have ever !ions spent the past week-end with Pooknh lost!" Incline his head forward In sym welner roast. The class took a Baptist Church Sunday morningand Park is spending several days yl,

known. A few months ago I had relatives in Dothan Ala. "He's given us the story," returned pathetic attention hike In the woods where they evening here with her son and daughter- It'I1

ha honor of conducting evangelistic Mrs. Vance-Gelger and Miss the steward firmly. "He "Pookah," said Roger "It's the roasted welners and< marshmallows Card Of Thanks. in-law Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert if S

services In Bob Shuler'e; Beatrice Cox were the guests of Aral well paid for what he did, by strangest thing. They don't seem and gathered wild flowers. Everyone We thank our friends for theirdndneaa Claw lord.Mis. .

church., He has a membership ol Jacksonville relatives for several his father" to want us over here A lot of reported a nice time. : during the sickness' '' and J. J. Rigdon and Hiss Eva

almost five thousand What a days during the week. I "Tlmmle said that! ?" asked Roger I people would be happy, If you I deaths of our loved one. We appreciate Rlgdon of near Starke, spent Sunday -

'courageous servant of Christ he I still disbelieving lie faced the could tin today you're in such every .effort made to pro- here with Mr. and Mrs. R. N

has been! No minister on the Pa- Tuesday afternoon March 2.1, ,I :other boy "Did you Timmie?" splendid shape well maybe Elder: W.of. Moody of La long life, and reduce pain, and for Crawford. i
entertained '
i ,fie Coast wields' a greater Influntt Mrs S. D. Fancher with "Yes I did Tlmmie's lips were there 11 be another race," CrosHe, spent Saturday night here the many kind nnd sympathetic I George Gaaklna, of Water" Ou.kIIpl'nt. { '
than bridge club at her cried I ------ section\ weekend here
politically or religiously trim and tenso "It's true. I "Another ,nice nothing! words AVe also thank the friendsI'oi the

' huler.. He has been in many bat bowls of azaleas placed to advantage where "Then I know why!" cried Rog- Mother Ralph. "It's this or none!! I, Sir Peter Calverton. their beautiful flowers with his grand-parents. Mi. and]

t I'PS;' He has, enemies. All strong In the living room enjoyed.Mrs. erer excitedly. "If he did it, it wan I know what's back of It'! Tlm Ho was trying to say more, but Signed Mr. B Johns, Mr. Mer- Mrs. L. M. MurrheeMr

ihnacters, have enemies. But noii four progressions were because he thought his father was mie's father framed the whole the stands burst Into a turmoil of I rtl Johns Mrs Lee Parker and and Mrs. Hat.t ley Johns, of i

ortal man has ever been able to J. Wallace held high deck score of lying It was to save his life-." thing! Are you going to give In?" : shouting, cheering and discordant Mi and !Mrs D. E. Bryan of Jacksonville I this section attended Church at
double ,
smear' the good name of Bob and was given a "We're not Interested in why "No one end ride The Pookah conversation Roger Culver ton rid Hellbronn, Sunday Is'
huler.! What a tragedy of hoe. cards and for low score tallies ut In the steward "What we're.1 over here but Tlmrnle," said I Roger ing The Pookah was a drama that I bliss Mildred Cheese, and Mists ,

,.'4 It Is for religious leaders to Kite received "Off a set the of Farm" interested In, Is how you knew : aobeily no one present could have foie Mrs A J Wilson and son Harmon Effle Crawford attended the Baccalaureate 1

,mil before the public when peo- and score pads. of Avon ibuut It." Cricket suddenly grabbed his seen Let the ruce go onTo Morgan of Biooker, are (he sermon Sunday night i

i I'> ,. generally know that they arcrot guests were Mrs. Bass of Mrs. "He didn't know nothln'," brokeIn I aim an excited look In her eyes. ( be continued) guests of Mrs Wilson's mother in the Lawtey School auditorium. 7ryYr

right morally\ Thank God for Park who was the guest Timmie. I "Tlmmle was giving you lessons -
Whitmire ofGadsden
men like Talbot and Shuler. Wed Lander and Mrs. I "Just a moment."' The steward ,, every day wasn't he, Roger?" I .
Ala. who was visiting
Indebted to these men "Yes Why?" I I
11 r" not only A. M Rich- put a hand on Roger'r arm. "Is It ,
Mrs Murphree; "
"i-auae we are Christians. but trim your grandfather left you "Why don't you ride him then I

.,unconverted men who love their arde joined the players as tea I nothing but the hone?" Mother Ralph and Wilkins gasp II
,entry nre under obligation to guest.. Mrs.salad Fancher "Yes sir" said Roger trying to ed. The latter' drew In Ms breath I

I i Dese servants of Christ. Our: con congealed course. collect his thoughts, frightened In and said.: I
lltions are bad. Immorality In Mrs J. A. Bouvier Is visiting pile of his own free, conscience. "You cawn'l'tto that ma'am

impant and scandal is every Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McRae In Mc- I, "Then where did you get the Not at the last minute. They'ie

where In this section. But there Intosh. thousand dollars to enter your got racin. rul..a"

,>.s one thing true about Lou An- Monday afternoon, Mrs. A. A. 101 Da In this race?" But Mother Ralph once the first

<,lea there are many citizens Jordan wall hostess in her home I Roger flushed tie couldn't Involve shock of I the Idea had passed was

Here who will fight for the right I to her circle of the Woman's Missionary Timmie by telling the truth a dynamo of action She seized

There Is always hope as long na Society of the Starke Baptist ,: yet his very hesitation was Rogers arm surveying his sturdy

leaders have moral conviction. Cod church Mrs. L. G Powell was equivalent to an \indictment little frame with sharp darting

give us grace to see that wicked. leader for this meeting and led I against htm"Listen" 'yeM.I y -

MOSS Is black and righteousness laulte in Interesting discussion Dur- cried Tlmmle. breakIng -I "Can you ilili The Pookah'" she

....' It Is when black wicked. ing the social hour Mrs. Jordan the silence "I gave it to him! nskcd

33 and white righteousness berne served sandwiches and hot tea. I.ii*:n how I used the money I got I "Whjes, I suppose so I lined

a dull gray In the estlman I Preceded by a meeting of Its 'torn my ol-J man for pulling The I >o. In England: t

of the public that the doom executive board the Woman's I' Pookah! Roger dldn know any 'I \oii wouMn't be afraid. to try t I

a'1 ''he nation Is sealed Club met In regular session Tuesday -: thing" If"t ,. .
,: I
-- afternoon in the Club rooms '! "Very well" rejoined the stew- i Roger shook his head quickly y k '

with \Vhit did will cost "The come with me' cried ,
.vhich were made attractive rd. you you f

EASE PAIN OF vases of roses and jonquils. The : our career But we don't want to I Mother Ralph pulling him toward

president.' Mrs'' A. M Ulcharde, be unjust to the owner of the I he door. "You may not be a regIsteied -

was In the chair. During the horfce If he wan not Involved" Jockey but I don't know

5OiIETHIIATCOLDS slal hour those present enjoyed o-I "Involved1"! cried Tlmmle his : my rule to stop! an owner from h ; t tIt

solo by Mrs. J, G. Godwin o'ce' lining to a shrill pitch. "I i (ding his own horse. And. If they .. ..r) i
I II I f9s'
ACCOMPANYING ing which the hostesses fOllOW-I was the one that double-ciossed try to stop you just let me tell 'em Aa It c

13. TABLETS C Prince and Mrs. Robert Kite I him! My old man framed It, anddid ,, a I thing or two"he e '"

served a salad cour e.DUI'ing I I r It. You cant rule him off '' and Roger rushed uway as New Picture Service ; '
a Wilkins gaped and Cricket clapped
"or that!
15C the week Mr. and Mrs. I IC. I
her hands In thrilled anticipation. -
The first steward beckoned to a
L. Gllssen hud as their ,
: I
guests'j 'Inkerton who stood waiting Outside the crowd was be- force trend "f
2 FULL man Recognl/lng s
25c 'tic and Mrs. J. A. Raines tense and restive Those ,,
DOZEN the terrace omlng In newspapers -
on and more pictures
Gllasen, more
and Miss Opal ,
berry, "See Donovan to the front gate" I who had bet on The Pookah were 4 magazines, and other (.>.. r

O"NI, BAYER ASPIRIN Keystone Heights. he ordered. "And remember, he a downcast; supporters of Hop Skit '. rlodlcals, the Telegraph will offer t }rt ,

alluINI I I __ _._ ot to be seen anywhere on this had become more Jaunty and con each week the latest -wsplcttires tj e fA j I

:ourse till\ the Jockey Club has dent! than ever. : of state national and International y '
I FOt'K THIXOS Minute aftei minute passed Thea _
cted This service will
HOW TO (;0 TO SLEEP learnto .9 Interest
Four things a man must Timmie was taken by the arm. -e was late Something" was hA in addition to our continued '
11.,1 til .yea e.Id"l l Open Sleep come do it At last the an I
He cast a final look, half-despalr- holding up which have
iUkly, If bladder Irregularitythus I, use of local pictures we
| you up 1i> 3 thlnKH t, Atx I- If h.> would make his record (true: I ng half-undaunted as he was led nouncer's voice sounded over the been offering to our readers during "
< <. .fxii-cH. kidney ",'Id... 2. CJent- I To think without confusion clearly; I ITo The steward motioned Roger loud speaker He deemed erclteddmself A "
1 "'"..h..1t want Thin helps.. ra- away the pait year
the' Irritation' that wnkei yon love his fellow-men sincerely; {I II to step aside while he went Into and a voluntary hush fell new service Ii our answer "J'"J'Thl" I

ill.en scanty. flow, frequent net To' act from honest motive purely a serious huddle with his confreres over the throng conducted among r ? ': )
burning nr I IlIu'karh. to a recent poll
worth of green tal>l..m oontaln'itlrhu I ; n a few moments he stepped forward "Ladles and gentlemen I have' 200 subscribers which showed a r 4\,(1

.' 1 lea v.*.. Juniper <*ll."VltC-*to. .: lo trust in God and heaven securely and faced the British boy Just received the following Important definite demand for more pictureso V ,
I1ukl. the kidney
.lty & "Well I don't think there Is any news fr >m the steward's"t.and I I' S ;
and K"
tn any dr"lI'lIl..t national and International significance iS I
il 1 nlKhlx iilorp Ina-ntiv at C'AH- Henry van Dyke. luentton about your personal The great: British racer 4 g
rmru he said "You run The Pookah who was scratched 'J
landing may 0, readers asked from time tj t, )
Our are
horse in the American Cup." earlier In the afternoon has been '
your time to submit pictures of genuinely '
DIRECTOR reinstated As previously announced to
FUNERALMy T.ut: it's too late now respond- subjects '
unusual -
: Many Vmri Experience: *:I.e" It Po..olbl<* for :Me to Renderl'ot'RTEOI't td Roger "I' couldn't find anyone however he will not beldden I ttt Interesting We will be or glad to con'J, !!,
SEIIVICEPRICES by Timmie Donovan. The
.. him ,
to ride '
I'KOVPT nMOPER .t : when It 4Se
EFFICIENT, skier these for publication
E steward at his new rider who has Just been given '!
.VIDeWITT : I Ic. Tho first glanced 'r
value t M
+ I h evident! thai their news 'II'III
'mission! to enter the I
JONES vatch. of Ids I pel '
:. add-
great enough to warrant the '-
.lends I "You've still\ got fifteen mln- I race, U Roger Calverton grandson arpi t tc
Stnrke. 1:1:1: I t eif, e':p,'nI' dart ph with I of that I f'llved sportsman the late
era .... I Utt'II. he said. "Get In touch I .-. '"t''t''


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Bradford County Telegraph COUNTY POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS States reached Its lowest point ) quontly remain quiet ,it-, <1f f I
FUND : in 1936 or pool for considerable II
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OF TUB EHiMTH, JI'"IALI I heieliy, unnoiince, myself 11an-
I CAFETERIA COMBINATION CIRCUITI didiii.f"i, lountj. oonimlBKl'iiiiTfioni : On t hit ,,
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered a* Second Class UNDER NYA I hirb : candidacy. ,' I il.n' .."I. t Fix- en lJet ,", the S
j I > iinounic 111) will of. ?the oltH 'in the l"em..cintl.Pilmar II 14
!Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida for nomination an I state Attorney to '. t 1 have previnualyserved SAvr BEDROOM
Purchase of a canning unit: succeed. earnest myflt.nritetle and, promlmt and faltn-contlnued *nix May resII', In this un..a'Its" ;

equipment for a proposed cam fill performance of the lutl." of till Hint feel that I not well rptallflydto | SUITE

\ E. L. Matthews- .. .. __ .. __ __ .. ____ __ _Editor and Owner immity canning center at Stark o o"h-... know the netfdi of the people..... or |
I j i|' The eoiillnu, support of the mv district and of the entile'{ iIii-'.
was approved by the Board ofi nmocrai of. thin Circuit will 1 b. tv I will sincerely appreciate' ) outvote
i County Commissioners at its meeting ''b"P r .pp..JIII.d. and gctiVP ""PIP". '
here Monday the amount not 1 i tjafSlf.Slorld";,
I, Yearly, $1.50 Six Months! 7 Payable in Advance ,
; to exceed l $125. payable when,1 I .
FOIl l'OIT1' ('OH 'II.. .IO\F.H:
I available funds are on hand. FOR "HI-ATM' 'TTOUKTMillet ..
Advertising Rates Application! j I hereby announce that I will !I.
r Primary .1.I
to the >*ini>irHil< .
1 candidate( for County 1'nnl1n is..l i.n I I
The proposal Is a NYA projecand t Election I hrrehy announcemv a
i I .-r from Ilist net Three, "uhJ..I 10
ondlrtiicy fin 8e"te Attorney
j I will be operated as a canning ICIghth the win of the voterIn I the .I'wratlc '-'",
Judicial I'lrcult compoBedof ,
center in the summer and a school 1 .Marhua. Rulo-l, B'a<\l..rd.. Oil- I'rlmarv. :May
| ove been urged to run for this of
is that something big has i in cafeteria in the winter. Christ Levy and fnlon Counties.' i,
Everyone sure happened Your. vote and xupport will be flee by se' eral voters I In Ihle din
trlct. ff Its their wlnh to make BihMiiue
Europe but no one is quite sure just what the consequenceswill ,II The following routine business xppreclated, at this' time and hiiimi., me
was also transacted by the board I I T. s Dl'Nt'ANOalue.rllte. Florida. with I the nrr....... I promise. tan 1)1"1{ _
be. ,
at this meeting: .._- cent of the best of mv ability J.
i give them a lean and honest adnilnlBirallon j
During the week following Anthony Eden's resignation i i The Pauper allowance of Mrs row ".r' .:'" 'TTo..a'I .. ; and to d vote. my lime I' r4e .
I hereby announce myself candidate In their (behnlf. Resident. of Finn- I
as England's foreign minister scores of editorials and arti- j, Emma Murphy. Mrs. Vlnd.i For. I for the nfrire of States Attorney da and Rufus In the Eighth Judicial CI.ubJ..t ,- .... common school of Ueorirla and '
I syth. Hodge was dial ]
cle-J were published in the foreign and domestic press regard- I i' tilt to approval of the Florida' Plant Ctv| High commercial "1 '
I continued as the first two are i ii ', voter In the Di-imxratlc/ Prlnmry. In Tampa IliiHlnvas fi.I. I
ing Prime Minister Chamberlain's! policy of cooperation an d'recel 1 j' ::ing: Old Age Assistance and i 1 'k"May .S..._ _It._.'._.may.h._.',,_lie_._.. ..Impossible.. ._._. h., _dur-_.. ,...-.... i
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.or "' m '" J. II (Jack) FIKl.nsTo
conciliation with the fascist powers-especially Italy. Eden I j I i the last named is receiving Aid I |personally. eiery inter, .but-I asmiri I
|I for the Blind. you that I will appreciate the I
could not fall in with Chamberlain's policy of making deals,1( v>'if> and nuppoi t of my Bradford F01t ('0' ,..', C .Rill/ac10\FH
{ The Board I t'ouIII rrl..nda.ZAC'J.
with nations generally regarded as outlaws, and consequently I requested the County ) { If I'OfOLASKOH the Democratic voters. of
Nurse to Urooker and New Illver.r
{ Investigate the conditionof .
resigned. I Will Hughes' who has ben receiving a HfllOIII.- IU.\HI) fur hereby re-election announce for county my en commlu,ml Mm'> TRJPLE:KIIY MIRROR roiri-.K VVrHTI nn. \ ;

aid from the I I iKToliy nniioun.-c m.lr a candidate Inner and If re-elected. I indo ROOMY CIIEHf Ok' ilK1 _
promise II
County for .
After wide reading of different opinions concerning th enumber/I,I, of a 'lf,"rd r..r.I..lIon of. "ublloIn.r'l a. member'tI..n fornmdford of evervthlnir" ", In my power for" thebest I VMTV HEfHt'OMIORTtttI.E
years. <
crisis one highly significant fact emerged. In Germany and i (' Interest for the county and e : f'OIl.1'1(1\",
; Pauper allowance was UlsconI of Democratic'' 11I1" Hiiljjei't to people I have worked for the county noon rorrov \" r 1111 _

Italy among the big countries the Chamberlain government,I; tlniifl, for Mrs. Jessie Anderson' llsr ::1. 1 fan. iotvr In Primary and t And will nefiplt-H continue' Interest to do In so.Ihe I past willappreciate :j .\TIIKK 1'ILIOVtH>>

was highly praised and the retirement of Eden greeted with und Mrs. Rachel Moody. | If dlxtrlrt elected I and I liiadfonl(nomine fount tn Klve an..tlt..r tonv your supportTrtl'.MAX Suite Finished Decorated.TERSI411.50 In Rich. M "

enthusiasm. In the democratic countries, to the contrary I Pauper allowance for A. F. Grif-i t term of h"n..I.with equal connHentliumiflmtnlttratlon I rights. to, r- -.- -H.' HYAI.tirrii WEtktyT

fie was raised! to $3:50: per month, I ill und vneclal. "privllefceH to none.Thnnklnic .
the British cabinet change was!' viewed with bewilderment !! )' N 11. f.I'
| J H. Manning was raised to $5 00 I yon for your support '% NOI\. Es.
1 i-d vote In tinni iniMrhlnir' prlmniy. isuGroopt$73.SSSpecial; ;; 8 PCS. $59.95HARTFURN.CO.
alarm and fear. This is particularly true of France which per month I I am. For. county commissioner from ,

has been placed in a difficult position. France's old-time I Resale Carlton was placed on I Iienectfiilv B J I.KWIS.! District R ': ...i..n Four:
ally has been England which she counted on to work with the Pauper Roll for one month ahooi. -rtnnrd. Mrmlu-r District No. .1KOH I of having Hampton a-and resident Bradford and taxpayer County I
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only at $5.00;; Will Tyre was allowed for the past thlrtv-flve eesl s. I't-el I
I her in holding the dictatorships in place and now it seems I $3.00 !5(13001. BO till : that I am qualified{ for the office,
,: per month: Julia I hereby annnuncn myae-lf a can- and to serve the people In the
that the British lion is no longer ready to roar on behalf of Crews was allowed $5.00 per ,Hdn'e for election a* member of they are desert.In*. :My promise way to'mv / .
I the School
\. the tri-color. And it is also true of the United States. With month; and Ossle Prevatt was allowed cnmprlxlna. ;Hoard South from Staike District, Therenoa.. Two will friends endeavor and to supporters irlve them the Is I that same I I STARKE FLORIDA
$5.00 per month. fl, Sampans City.. pubjiM't to the faithful and conscientious service. !, ,
the .
exceptions "nl
principal newspapers and leading commentators o' the vot ra In the Democratic that they have always known me.
It was decided to Primary, May S. If elected I .
purchase a to Clv.
think that with Eden's going went the last hope 'r .mlx", tn work for the bent I
I wish .
calculating machine to thank each and "

for maintaining and extending the old ideas of democratic I l'Ifntiea: for the Court I (Path;.onnlv nf alt Vnll.the. .-..achoolH.-...'a.- ...n't..... In m aM'..".,,-. nl"-I" ..- ft-_...' u.._.In.. advance.-...".._..h. '._..._..n"for 11'_'.'your.to .,.n.supporton evervvoter l"'lla I'I..7 u I,
I.orl'aollcli d:
freedom abroad. I MrsCella Jones of Sampson I r W S. HI Ill.":V. :May 3. 1931.! I FREE

Sofar as the United States is concerned the equested some action taken In GREEN'S STORE
new policyof I '
the case of her son Vernon Coop-i| FOR M'HOOt. BURII I FOR < Of>Tl ('01111'0''.:''

English friendliness toward the fascists--which Lord I cr, who Is unable to take care ot 1['..r I nomination hereby. announce a* a member mv rnndldncy of{ the for I County hereby announce commissioner. my from candidacy. Dis.. $..00/ In Groceries and

Cranborne former British undersecretary for foreign affairs himself because of mental and I!I I vchnnl. Hoard from I> Btrlct Two. I trict Two n'I': :" Five subject to the will| of the I'emo.rntlc to the .
who resigned with Eden, characterized as "not a contribu- physical weakness. The mnlterj I voters In the Primary KlecMnii I to he held May 3. to b<* Gh'f'nway
vas referred to the sheriff with re- MHV 3. If elected. I will dill- It elected 1 promise. to serve the Each Saturday. .hk
tion to peace but a surrender to blackmail"-has apparently quest that ne take the gr"tty work for. better Bradford. I neonle, of the Second District and 'I., bout thin. I Starke, Fla.
necessary County. nchooln Your vote and uptnri Firndford Cnuntv nt 'large to the 1
completely blasted all chances of an American-English alliance steps to solve the problem so far appreciated best of my ahllltv.
HS Is possible. H. "1. SPARKS I I believe my experience. as
whereby the two nations would work together to pre- _. alderman nf Starke for the Clt"l. WE CARRY C'OMPLBTK: LINE OF QUALITY FEEDS: ; IT

serve the peace of the world by presenting a united front to I Upon urgent of the request State of Welfare Representatives .I Fort hereby('OI'ann\Tt ,iitumy t'oMMI'IsIO\Klt cnndldncy'fr : I.several.>...ltlnn years and I qualified shall. appreciate me for your' TilE VERY: LOWEST PRICEY SEE t'S BEFORE on ING.No .

possible belligerents. More important as Dorothy Thompson Board It was decided to continue 'irlct county Three rommlnHloner nuhl-ct to the from will Iill-\of i i uppnrt1w M Mitch EDWAISIiS.FOK .

recently wrote it has created a potentially grave problem i I maintenance of Alvin Robinson In 'IIH voters In the Pemorratlc Prliinrv 2

from the standpoint of our interests in South America. I|I t Duval County boys' home until Your to vote be h.MI..y and : nupport:3. 19.1S.! will be ,| I hereby('OI"V announce/'OMMIge8O\EII myself a can TOMATOES 6c
|1 July 1. 1938. ffHlly nppreclnted.K. ;: dilate for county commissioner PACKpG
Briefly described, that problem is this 'I I 1-. HOI.LlNrswORTli.F01t from District One (awtey) sub
: Germany, Italy I ject to the will of the Demoeratltvoter ,
and Japan under the Rome-Berlin-Tokio I' In the primary ..I..ctlonfay:
Axis agreement. are GROW PINES ("H' T"' .0".0F.1t 1. If honored with election to this ) .

pledged to aid each other, tactly if not actively in territorial I for I hereby announce. my. candidacy. office I promise to serve the p..0I I'
(CountyCofmnlwnlon r from District ( pie of my district. and the entire MEAL

expansion. These powers are eager to get for themselves the I' AS A CROP I the. primary Four, Kttbjert..1."IlonI to: ,the,) 3.voters I promIne In- I county with fairness tn the and best Impartiality of my ability to 10 lbs. 20c >: GRITS, 10 Ibs. 22c

trade and resources of the greatest little-exploited continent ROTARIANS to give a faithful and liuHlnexii-. all. A,
I HEAR FINE Mkc admlnlBtratluii
In thin office T. I
on earth South America. Britain, whose export markets are DISCUSSION BY JU D. Your support appreciated. ._. :.. VAINW1llONTFOR :. I ITRKOROl'ND
declining is also looking toward the westeren hemisphere. I VININGAt .II. I take(or\TY this method OMMI11IOMCH nf annnuiiclnc' COFFEE lOc

There is an excellent chance that Britain will come to the conclusion the Rotary Club meeting here I hereby.H (1)1T annotlnce' t ()tMII myself.....10M-H a candi: office mv candidacy of'County for Commissioner re-electlnn to Dis the. POfXD

that it is to her economic self-interest to work with \\e nesday. L. D. Vlnlng. field date for ro-elerrlon to the office ofcounty net'Mllv, No One (I.awtey). and respect-:
:, representative of the Kraft Cor- cominlMHloncr, Dist rl it No A solicit your vote and support
the dictatorships in expanding their influence trade South Rtarke) I war burn and I feel that with my experience.
and pos j poration of Fernandina. gave interesting kfirfd i In HiRdfotd County, and nm theoffice. 1 am now better qualified, 3'1! OZ.
sessions in the south Miss a taxpayer to serve you than I have ever .been I I
Thompson puts it I figures showingthe net I OLEO lb. '
bluntly | I fool that wIth mv experience I'' I solicit your vote and suppoit, 12J/2c' Apple Jelly 20c
these: word! : "Would Bri: r.::11 not in effect be under both profit that might be made from an am now better. fitted to serve you and can only "promise von t-hls that
of than 1 have It you honor me with this
I 'cre land over a period of twen- ever been, and can office
a military and economic compulsion to follow not the ty-five promlHc I you 'Mi it It I am re-elected, again, I will discharge' the duties of
policy years If planted to sold office" to the .
to stand
pine for the rlvht' of the tax very best of my
of the United States in South America but that of Italy frees. .wavers of mv district. and Ihe coon ability. Ground Meat
ty ai a whole, giving you the bent. Very respectfully. Lb. lie
Germany and Japan ? In brief, will Britain seek for future Basing his estimate on current that I hate 'in ple.III J. SL float i'i.:

allies not the prices of turpentine and thank you tor your vote and l
democracies France and the United States, but pulp, nupport FOR "(1100'. no t It i>
the totalitarian wood. Mr. Vininff estimated the H"'I tully. I .hereby announce myself a ,'and1 \- I MILK 3 tall 20c
governments, on the theory that this net MA Id.O1tY THOMAS >.. for m" SUGAR 5 Ibs. 25c
will give profit at $127.00 per acre. f'lIh"r. I.. ..... ..mtvr.._. .. .,.... of.. the...rtoaril. .._.. "f_ ,_
},._.. th.... J..gt.. ".,1.a.........ft t _____.._ L _._ ------- -- -- -- -- 'hM. .,"".. "u' 0I
u "" '" .u v' """''I'n:: ner empire Y His figures on the debit side'I Fun tai >TVIIIXTII rnnMlxnu\FR: ; ; : I---,

L Little has been heard of this as yet-much will be heard I S3 were 900 as follows: One acre of land I I hereby announce If"!'my I candidacy I voters In .the. primary to be held,, G;. NORTHERN 1
; seedling trees $2; labor of I II for nomination Mnv 3. ltt! :
In the future. an County Commlloner
For there BEANS
seems to be an excellent chance that letting, $2: Interest of investment'or of Ilradford, County from If elected I "promise a fair and /Imnartlal H. E. PEAS

we will have to change our ideas toward Britain. Even those I ten yearsS5: taxes for twen- cratic iHtrlct Primary line.' MUbJect}Election to the Demo '. fairs pertaining administration to this of Important the af I1AIJY LIMAS

Americans who have not succumbed to ty-five years $2.50; management If I am : lecftd; I pledice i the peo offlc.1'1..n". *; as the welfare of our future 4IKIIJ.EV
Anglophobia have ple of arc inta'M1t
regarded -. 'or my dlxlrtct that I will <.-. twenty-five years, $2.50; to- roc .MH to tm the hands of Ihl".lmpo.lant branch .
IveHl of
England as a natural and inevitable ally of the U. S. tal, $17.On howliifr, pnitlnllty to none my ability, of the ('nuntY's irovernment. PACKAGE |iCiLiRMER-CAN

and France in any difficulty have taken for granted the pride I the credit side Mr. VIning Your v.iiand.. support will !h. apireclated. support.Thanklnir I an you. for your vote and CORN FLAKES 6c COFFEE, lie

and power of John Bull and have made the P. Ii. HKDDISH"M Yours very respectfully J
more or less thought that following estimate: at A H. SLT1HK.VCY.

th cause of European democracy was safe so long as the Em- I the the end of ten years cut half of \ F: nF' "M f. "
trees Ole'I'C;
pire lasted But the > for pulp wood eFIITI: I-II' YI'Fe' I NOTIt'R op nil R nV TCKIITIPICtTKN % \; '
now belief is
spreading that England i is Inane units), $9; at the end of flf- .VOTIf'B IS IIKHKIIV: IllVntf: Hint : Rice r Ibs.l7cS e'
really little interested in teen M ti 1.: Kurtnnr him filed v.0TJr'K IM' HKIIKIIY Il liVEN that
ideals with
and is pursuing a policy ofjj j I| years turpentine the rem' in. written. ray pees i ihnt the tax" ,..me.<'- I* J Wynn. has rll.,1'lIh me written -
ing 450 trees (leased i It i. request that the
at ten im toffnthcr with tax' certificates
temporary advantage in nil
an effort to stave off niibneitient ,
a day reck- together with all sun
I (each), $43; at the end of omitted or levied late,* hold teA i one" "r
twenty or 'levied
oning between democracy and fascism. A few commentators :years back box the trees also at "r th tf.. Htmlie high. ..i Milder adtettlMcd f..r and"I1.h Mold. I State he advertised taxes. and held nisi by to the the LOAVES I QT.

take! the view that England is definitely alone first-rate I 11t'n cents e'tch.15; at the end of "-", Id'd hy Chapter' 1 lUZfltf! of the??I .d hlrhest' bidder for. cash. ax provld. BREAD
as bv 25c
a : [ tfl'IT n"le 'f "". | ..rt1.191'P' i,,.. Chapter. 1..2'd! of the iniT al.t. S. DRESSING 20c
power.. Thus Oswald Garrison Villard, following twenty-five years cut all for pulp ,the f'llliiultiKtlffurrllifd. real estate. "i of th'I.rglsl't'ur". nm.n, ihf follow,
a long sum- .. Ina desirlhedeal ,.
ivnoj in It. eslni I
( I'niinty In
| forty-five of list
mary of recent events and their preceding causes says : I I I''tat $144. Net profit units$127.) $45, to- "'I..hI.. .. ..-... : suite ittMl Couniv ida tn-w11 lOt ,Iii-Hdford. Slate) of. 1"-

"Where does this leave England ? Why, reduced to a third- I !\I.'. Vining demonstrated the adverse Lake Sty* VRi of Sty, "of of KKI:XK', ,'..f. W NWI"f, 'I 7"V'.. fOr SRI', of Section IS Tp BACON I5KHT

rate power in the world. Humbled by Italy in Spain and the ', ] effects of woods burning by sr2S, TJ 40| Art H .H......It more. 23 1-or:., contnlnlna' }nee- The Acres S. It more 21 Kust. :or less, containing io i'orNi\SI1I1E.:> 14c
i means of The, tntes !I" be sold '
Mediterannean by Hitler in the I'i samples taking from two '. Inxen tfi h1 Hold lire evliltni I by certificate" / art rrblr0el
Rhineland. in Danzig in'1 ,different .y oertlfli-ate. x.... 46 .,f 1"1| IMtlvel : ITS of |194: ,-,
tractsThe sample! taken <' '%* and spectlvely, nnrl represent taxes ,,,
Austria all the r'preMHnt taxes for f LONGHORN
along line. Whether or not this view is'1 i I from the protected! area showed a ', yenr. li-ii:' ) )'l-iil. both liltInMllld the years mi: to ''''7. both ,Inclu 14 OZ. TOMATO
true it I is nuch ill's nm"nnrlnv\ I". ..n! n3 sive amounting- *'01.06. CHEESE
an inescapable conclusion more lb.
that the fascists have I rapid rate of growth iryx rertlfl.-ntoH together with. ) Maid tax certificates t .w.ih'" ., u'th' 22cjCATSUPFlour lOc
made immense strides in this chaotic world-and i I than the one taken from the tract all rubs"'|111"1 omitted, I or Levied all subseinient, omitted or Levied
the democracies will be
I"I ht: had been burned! IR'. will |,. Mold tn the livlie! >.< sold to the highest
have slipped backward i in influence and anOOS regularly 'Idder at ihr i font.thoiie. d'>. .. l l'H'U" h> bidder al the (Vurthouse door In GUARANTEED
prestige. I "" the :
?iIk" 2Slh
I on tin2ih day otI."h.! day "f March. {
-0._. I C. J. "'3t. ,nt 11 1 1In n'rliirk. A. :M'tvd at ll'ftO:: oVIock A .M
Bowman of Perry, recent- this the 5tb day of Starch "at..d this the 5th day .if Mar.-li 24 70c
WILL ST A mBE'ON I I ly recommended 191 B. 1935. i Ibs.
A..'SUPER lll ; >\ Al' ? j'I by the Board of iFFI'111. SK.> 1.1 (OFFICI1. I SRAMA
With plans being presented to Congress for r'' Trustees for principal of B. H S. .\ .1 TMUMAH( J. THOMAS!' i
a system of'"superhighways"
|: next year was present and! made f'lerk i>f fin-lilt t-.."it of lerk of Circuit f..iiil '.r
throughout the country a new problem for '!. n short address Tirnilfnnl' fuiinty, Florida. 3-11-3t-3.33 1I"'Hlt..rd t'"unty- P'orlda.'
j on world .
condi1 111313.3.1Jacksonville: I.HS
Prince irt IRISH 10
our far-sighted citizens to think about has arisen. When and 1 1 1!I I t ions today! Albert iuc / POTATOES' 15c

if such a system is constructed will Starke and Bradford 1 1'Ii --. T
County be on it? fRA1IA-1' Mr. and Mra. C. J. Frazier waa

A bill introduced by Representative Snyder. Penn.-yl Mr*. I. r. "_".. C-.......r>......' transacting' business In Jacksonville lilts ace( 1 Shorts 100

vania Democrat; provides for Mr and Mrs. R. M. Johnson Friday. i $1.45
eight billion
an dollar! system! I and Mr and' Mrs. Ira D
of Stirs Madge Johnson Brown of : ;
giant highways Hampton.
stretching in .
straight lines from one part I were visiting friends Gainesville and Mrs. Eva Bert, of kA$$1t '
of the country to the other and President Roosevelt has in I Ida) Slltur- Hampton, attended church here I i'

dicated his interest in the threat Sunday night.
long-range project as nay Bert. 11181EVt'lyn Bert
a re and The Rev. L. G. Hemmtngway of
lief undertaking.One Keith' Pert of Gainesville attended :Clarke' filled his regular appointment ;!I shame Agent For

of the church Sunday and visited wit.rirnda. h at the Pnptlst I
proposed Church Sun-
routes I is from Fort .
flyers, Fla.,
to Augusta Maine. Ly of St. day and closed the revival of the if it waxttinsured I
way Petersburg. Fla., Reidvillc., L. C. Smith. Jr., was a visitor to past week

Ga., Columbia S. C.. Washington. D. C.. Baltimore: .. Hart anes\nlle! Saturday. -- -.--. -- -'- ': TRIWAN I FERTILIZER CO.

ford Conn.. and Concord, N. H. At first glance it seems I j Mrs Lizzie Dryden of Starke Mexico hall one trailer camp as

that this route might be Starke's best bat of being included | '/I vl* tl->R her daughter Mrs. HarI 9 result of tourist boom she ,
Stirling. launched last

on the supersystem.At I Mrs Florrie .- -- year.-. .---- by I Better
any rate it won't do McKlnney. of An
any harm to start thinking about I i I !tacks was guest of her mother. ancient amphibian Is used

this matter now so that when the proper ume comes we will'be [,' Mrs. Annie Ward.. Sunday I ,"V the U S Marines stationed at Johns & Wainwright

prepared to go to bat for this ,, Mr. L C Smith 1 Quantlco Va.. to warn all fisher ,
section. was Get Cur
1 mene to Low
let sluti.r Mrs. Selmar move when there U goIng Starke Fla. Prices! Before Buying
Railey. In I I
to>> be artillery practice! I I :! 1


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AGE si ;; "i j Italian immigration to the Unit- Fish do not sleep
but ,
COUNTY POUTICAl.- ed Stated reached Its lowest pointIn I quently remain win tre,
Bradford County Telegraph PLEDGES FUND I IENTS 1936. or pool for considerable quiet'In tint.i -']J' ,'l1!/' I

Established 1S77 --------- -- -- ----r"r--
SCHOOL TO THIS nKMKVKATirVOTERS: ( KOR roi .I.\ ..)MIIOIIOIIII : r.= -- --- ----=
I UK THR KIOHTH; ..Jt'IW'IALI I hereliy, Hiinoiirtce myself. It ,
CAFETERIA COMBINATION C'IRCI'IT: dldiite I f",' .."u lit). oominlMslfiom ..all'l On ibi* ',,,cIy r
: Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class UNDER NYA I 1 ('randulai ,, l"I lstih-l t Vlv siibjiMl''' I I to., "
I eroiy UMIKIII my to will ..r l (theot.t'," In < hPilnmiv. ,' ""'",,,,, '." SAVr 514 BEDROOM ,
Matter aj, the Posl Office at Starke Florida f.M- IImlllnatlon1"t8) Attorney( .
unit HIII.r....d my clf. anil promlcu continued / Mny .1 t I have I>
Purchase of a canning
t .."'.n..I.. encriri'tlc, and fnltnful "" ,'v..d Mix ji'i'i" In (thin 1'\lou..I"1 .1
S equipment for a proposed community I I p..rUI""nll.'" nf the tlntleM. of till"offlrn 1 Mini. feel t thwl, 1 am well I | SUITE

E. L. Matthews _ __ _______ Editor and Owner canning center at Starke I in know t itt. nepdii"f. of the the nlltlie .
nirilwirlit anti 1 t i olinIv -

_ I cc .. I I was approved by the Board of n'-moci-alK Th. contlnunl..( thin mippnrt 4 circuit. will or the beIO.PI.V t ,.I will .Hlnt-erelv, Hpprerlate. yulliMI 1 -I I. __-_- -. 'eI
I )
| ft nI active t Bupport.II '
at Its meeting '' KPP'nl'lnlfd.J. %
: County Commissioners I' 1IAINKVKOII : I
here Monday the amount not OnlnOHVllle.,,. ] FloridaKOIl I

: Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance to exceed $125. payable when 'orvri 'OMMI"HIOM.H: I

HOME / } Advertising Hates Application available funds tire on hand. NI'A'IKH 4'rIonsr:15t Primary I .hereby announce Chili I will! ,I-,.
; 1 1 ( to tin' pmnocratlc
NEED l'j' The Is a NYA project Election t I h"Tpbv announceiiiv a cnndldnte for C'ounty (.o""ul..I.1 I II
proposal ,
I I in
-I from' IHstrlct Three subjei
I: FOB i and will be operated as a canning' c'RiidldAvy) Judicial fur Circuit State, composednf Attorney.UlKhlh the will of the voters, ,In,, lb.I I I.t.to-" I
WHAT. HAS HAPPENED IN ENCJLAND? 'icratlc Primary. :Slay 3, 1 1I38! II I II. Ih'lve
. center In the summer and a school Martina. R..k '" Bm I been iinrcd, \ to run for this office ,
I Agree' Everyone is:,\. sure that something big has happened in cafeteria In the winter. Levy vole and and, I'nlon support Countlew.Your will bupLirei'lati'il .. by Beveial. voters In this ,illstrie ,- 1
the bon t. It It Is I their wish to make nchHiiMTf I
lastingtE5se ,:, Europe [but no one ia quite sure just what the consequences The following routine businesswas l 1 ) T. I K!: DUNCANaaliiffivllle at I Ihl.l I time, and honoi. me'.
also transacted by the boardat Florida with I lh 0 nfrl,"t'. I 1 promise I IPO( percent "
i wt.'!. will b(.. ,I of the bent of mv ability I I toKlve

! ly home ': this meeting: a.,'.. a... .......... .......n..%.,". .,:!:__!t them.. __a .,.clean:. .!._. and., ,._,!,honeHt' ...ad-..._. I
:charade 'J, During the week following Anthony Eden's resignationas !' I The Pauper allowance or Mrs.I r hereby; ': 'announce- 'mvnelf-a;" can- "In""I their' "-""behalf"'" '" Itesldenl. -, "or"' ;".Florida .

I far tooildered 1 : England's foreign minister scores of editorials and arti- Emma Murphy. Mrs. Vlnda For-. dld.ite for the. office" of )State's At.lot'n..y 111 years; t.ivniiver" 37 years. ; edueftted ,
; In lli Elulith .Tudlclnl Circuit .
I commnn si honl of fleorfiria I andFlorida. .
t ,j jA cle* were published in the foreign and domestic press regarding I syth and Rufus Hodge was discontinued mibjoct to approval, of thvntKiH .. : Plant, Cltv Illirh, c-omilet-' i iclal
1 of as the first two are In the mociatlo" Primary, I course ,In Tumpa, Ltiisi tie cc <'ol. I]
Impor; : Prime Minister Chamberlain's policy of cooperation and :MHV a. It may )tb.. 11111'O"lbl. dur- Io'K" .
Old Assistance and
receiving Age
/ the, the for, to meet. I ITo .
{< ytoputerat1ons I campnlirii me J. II. (.lack ) FIKMW II ,. .
Eden the last named Is receiving Aid personally but I assure .
conciliation with the fascist powers-especially Italy. every voter I """ '"
--- o -
you that I Mill appreciate theviptc I o( _- ,
for the Blind.
j,": along could not fall in with Chamberlains policy of making deals I and ''''pl'Oof my UrailforuCounty 'Olt i4)I' VU'S (.flU'tlClt)' 1':11 I ..
ed : The Board requested the County ,, t frlemlfi.ZACH. the I Democrat, 'b' voters ,,,fittoke ,
: with nations generally regarded as outlaws! and consequently it. iorarts. .
: Nurse to Investigate the condition .'_ i and Xe\v i Hlver.:,I. : MIKKOR 'v,, "i'ry'

Florida In'l i : resigned.: I of Will Hughes, who has been receiving rout oriiooi ItO\" for I hereby re-election.I I Htinoiinci' for ,c' !,1 I NTtHDY I'OSTIIt nu)
I hereby. myself t n candidate t ROOMY( CHEST Or
announce Hloner and I If ri--c.Iet I"i.i, I promise to Dlt \MFHV1MTV --
several ;:; After wide reading of different opinions concerning the aid from the County for a for re-c,te't Ion BH member I ofMonrrt do everything In mv power for the : BENCHC'OMIOKrMlI.K:
number of ..r 1',,.hi I.' I Inftriictlon for .
t years. best' I Interest I for tie county ,and \, : : ( 011. Sl'ltlN.
crisis, one highly significant fact emerged. In Germany and I Priirtrord. Count I I v. nnlOt-rt t to action I people I, I have worked. for the eoun- C (1OOI COTTON !M \TIKhSS'i. ;
of theestabllar' Pauper allowance was dlscontlnuM of I>i niocratlr vntcrx I In primary "' Rlld, I peoples'' I Interest, I In I the past, j IKATHKB: : 1'ILI.ims.
,*"J Italy, among tho big countries, the Chamberlain governmentwas i for Mrs. Jessie Anderson MHV 3. 1'iHS.: ... tuirl will continue to do .a". I willtipprOlate
\ t If fleeted I |mmilHi. to give to Suite Finished In Rich \\uiutil
in the H ''t highly praised and the retirement of Eden greeted with I and Mrs. Rachel Moorly. l mv .ftlntrlct I and lintdford I \ County.t an your suppoitrrtr.MA.v: (i It. PYA I. Decorated.TERMS .
, "Ih. .- term of hnllpKt, collHclentloUHleliiilnlMrntloM ,
$.;. recipes enthusiasm. In the democratic countries to the contrary I Pauper allowance for A. F. Grlff9 -1 with equal\ rights to --- --- -*I.SO H.KLV: :
conveni- \ raised to $3:50 'ill find Hoerlal" I prlvllrBen to rone.ThnnklnK .
was : per month, tl.TI'll II. Kit IiI'Ioti.a "
housewt, the British cabinet change was viewed with bewilderment I you for YOUI'JI'I"'l't Regular Price
J H. Manning was raised to $5 00 \> : | 8 PCS.
i"d vote in the approaching prt,1ay. Special $59.95
correapc alarm and fear. This is particularly true of France which per month. I am. F)let Foi. rtet. Fnur.'it'"11"I ,comprlHfnjr comiuisslfiner, I Th"" from"""". This Group,$ ,

er businAsaiJ d has: been placed in a difficult position. France's old-time Ressle Carlton was placed on flerneftfuMv tJ.. LttvIs. haviiiK Miimptiin,: ,been, 'nrid a ivwident(tlrnham.and Due': to my I I

ally has been England which she counted on to work with the Pauper Roll for one month 'h..1 Hoard_MfinbHr!.. Dlxtrlct No. :3. Hampton I anil I ltaI" ror.l taxpayerof County I 'i
ed o17t1 for the past thirty-five vest's. I ..-..1/I
at $5.00 Will
only allowed !-
tlon her in holding the dictatorships in place. and now it seems ; Tyre was POIl 'IIOIH.. ISO \ Ull i Hint I am qualified for the office, HART FURL CO
age J $3.00 per month; Julia I hereby annouiir niyMelf. a can- 'and to serve. the people' In the way
,,' did ystbualnesi$ <( : that the British lion is no longer ready to roar on behalf of'' Crews was allowed $5 00 per 'llrttite, for election fl.. member of they ,are deser\lnftr.. My promise to 1 I Imv
the School Hoard from District Two friends and mipporterH, Is. thnt I II I
] the tri-color. And it is also true of the United States. With month: and Ossle Prevatt was allowed comprUInu. ,. South Starka, ThereMBa" will endeavor to give. them the same I STARKE, FLORIDA
ells witt'J; $5.00 month.It .,d I .Sampson! city, mibject to the faithful and conscientious' service
and that'i ," few exceptions the principal newspapers and leading com per u r>* the vol-rn In the Democratic that they have always known me
.1. If elected I'or /
was decided to purchase a Primary May I to live.I
thgmox :: mentators think that with Eden's going went the last hope ..,iIa.to work' f.r' the bent. wish. to thank each and evervvoter
machine .
calculating for .
Court I i .M. nf all the Hchooln In I In advance for ,
of their you support
; for maintaining and extending the old ideas!' of democraticfreedom / House. (County Your vote and active Inl"I'-1 and vote when you irn to the polls
resource 1| 'nort Mollclted. on May :3, 1S.11.!
abroad. Mrs. Cella Jones, of W ..
ment an | I Sampson KInr.I'OR ----- FREE II
equested some action taken in GREEN'S
Uon wit t ; Sofar as the United States is concerned the I ponoi NTYf STORE
I been de: new policy the case of her son. Vernon Coop- {j KfHOnl. BO til II I hereby, III ,

: of English friendliness toward the fascists-which Lord I cr. who Is unable to take care of t,!I-'..r I nomination hereby announce at a member mv candldrtov of .the for County announce commissioner. my from CHiidldiuy 1"111'Il'h.t $4.00 in Groceries and
.,.1: Thepresentfj h'. I Two (North Sturke) subjectto Five Gallon II Cash &
,', Cranborne former British undersecretary for foreign affairs himself because of mental and I Buliji-ft.I"'nl Hoard to the from will Plxtrlct of the Iieniointlc Two- I the l Democraticprimary election ** Gasoline Carry
to be I
physical; weakness. The matter |I voters In the Primary nieoHon to be held :May Lit Given Away
.: woman (It who resigned with Eden characterized as "not a contribu- elected I pri"mlne to tbeneople Kiu-h fillltUt" ,, '.
, vas referred to the sheriff with request I :May 3. If Hecli-d. I will dlll- serve ) .'slt" Starke Fla.
lug Inte'1rnatlon tion to but surrender to blackmaj-has) Ifcntlv, work f,,,r better, llrndforil of the 1 Second District and about tblt. I ,
a ,
peace that ,
' apparently ne take the necessary I County school Your vote and Itrndford County at large to the
,;} ,j ,: completely blasted all chances of steps to solve the problem so fars "nrt" 1 appreciated. best. of my ability .. 1
' an American-English alliance I ;
: h..ltpmv
# which ?= !t. K SPA It experience an city
being 011 i: ; whereby the two nations would work together to pre- l Is possible. .- -. .111"// alderman" years of Starke iiuullfied\for in*the for pact'l.veriti thl". I WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF QUALITY, FEEDS AT

';If:I.been gtzthg p serve the peace of the world by presenting a united front to Upon urgent of the request State of Welfare Representatives I'on hereby(. COI announce%T' ('()'. ny,'''%candidacy,..": '..,,,,,eut, I..n. and I hnll appreciate" your.uppi.rt. TilE VERY LOWEST PRICES. SKE: US BEFORE BUYING.

.f.\\ for county cnnitnlMHloner from PtBirlcl | \V M Mitch) I':ly"IU)!>I.
possible belligerents. More :
\W poDlJerv.\i important, as Dorothy Thompson guard It was decided to continue ,: Three" Miibl-ot to the will of ___

jtion. aa1)' r recently wrote it has created a potentially grave problem I maintenance of Alvin Robinson in ''ho voterN to he 1 In held Demorratlc:May; .1, 1938.( Prluniv 'I POIl (..bIT' ("("IMi'4MIoIl' : NO. 2

-becauketter { from the standpoint of our interests in South America. x Duval County boys' home until Your,, vote and nuppoit: will 1 be ditlat.for I hereby announce myself. a can TOMATOES STAND.ItDP.CK.CAN 6c
\ I ,July 1, 1938. icr.-Htly I nppreclnted.K. county commissioner
t'Limit I from District
I ('. Hl >ll.lNnsVOUTIf.fOIVfl O..e.awt..y/ ) sub
I.' : Briefly described that problem is this : Germany Italy I ject to the will I of the. Ilemocrtttitoters ,:
\ In the primary' election May
fUy mah and Japan under the Rome-Berlin-Tokio Axis agreement are I GROW PtII' COMMIXIONFIII 1. If I honored with I .election, :, tn this I ) .
PINES hereby office" I promise. to .
'bers oft' announce my candidacy serve the pen- t
pledged to aid each other tactly if not actively' in territorial for CountyOommliwlonor from' FBtrlct | .- pie of my district' and the entire MEAL 10 Ibs. 20c-- GRITS
fully th I \ AS A CROP Four mibjfot to the Voters In county to the best. of my ability': 10 Ibs. 22c
W'.nnd met I,. expansion. These powers are eager to get for themselves the I:the primary 1 election Muy 3. I prom I with fairness. and Impartiality to i
1 ise tn Klve a fujthful I : find\ lusiness'Ike all.
i H.. ::1 trade and resources of the greatest little-exploited continenton ROTARIANS HEAR FINE .admlnlBt" rat I Ion In thin T I.POII .. SAttVEtUitIT I,

on earth, South America. Britain, whose; export mark'ets are DISCUSSION BY .L. D. Your, Mitpport' appreciatedroit J.lt' S..UHI. o'rl'.1 ---I;:;;;: ;: ;; rnrn'J; PURK in

-, -,,-,- -- VININGAt I1" uecllmng. is iiinu' lOOKing lowjuu<1 me wesieren I take this method of annnunclnamv l
iiemispntre. i.III vryMI( >MX.'IOMII: candidacy for re-election to hisottie "- .IL a.. JLJ f'Ol'XD .I.
There is an excellent chance that Britain will come to the con- the Rotary Club meeting here I hereby unnotince niyBelf a candidate of f'ountv C'oimnlMHloner, DIMtrlct V'-'
Wednesday L. D. field for re-eleptlon to the office ofcounty ; No. One ( Uawtoy), and renpect-. .
Vining .
l clusion that U is to her economic self-interest to work with ...mmlHMlont'r, ,, District No niHonth ,Bv .Koiu-lt your vote and support
\ representative of the I feel
.\ Kraft Corporation Starki-/ wn. born amit'.nrett that with my experience' In
I, j'' the dictatorships in expanding their influence trade and possessions !l of Fernundina, gave Interesting I In I Itiudford. County, and ,ama tinoffice I I nm now better riuallfled I I I a: oz.
,\{ to nerve you utah I have ever been i I I2Yzc'!
.,II'; !l in the south. Miss Thompson puts it bluntly, in I figures showing the net I taxpayer ft el that' \\Jth\ mv .experience Tam I HOllcit your vote anil mippmt. OLEO, lb. Apple Jelly 20c :

'...... tfccae words "Would Bntrin: profit that might be marie! from an now better fitted to nerve you I and ran only promise von '''''p. tst
: 1 If
: not effect be under botha than I I 'hay.ever been. anil you honor me with this' nfrlceK"'ln.
cre ot land can
I over a period of twen- : : I will rllHchaifce
promlMe I that If I the dutlep ofMI
military and economic compulsion to follow, not the policy ty-five If you, am reelect ..1.1| | office to the very bent. of
I years planted to plno to Btand fur tlif debts nf the t.. ,x- my

;. of the United States in South America, but that of Italy, trees. I payers tin .II of wbnle mv district, irlvlriM. and you the the county bent ability. Very renpeetfnllv.. Ground Meat Lb. lie

Germany, and Japan ?" In brief, will Britain seek for future Busing his estimate on current I Hint I hnw in },ie. J. M. ROSIER.:
Will thank you fi",' our, votand 1
allies\, not the democracies France and the United prices of turpentine and pulp .Hiipport FOR NCiinni, no tui>
States but wood, Mr. Vlning estimated the ItKNpei, .Ifullv, 1 .hereby. annoume. mvMelf a cnndlVit. I- MILK 3 tall 20c SUGAR 5 Ibs. 25c
, .
the f Id I. < of
totalitarian governments the MA1.I-OIIY 1iIIY.t.,5 Ill v th nnnrd nf ,
on theory that this will giveher net profit at $127.00 per acre. _. ----- --. I'nhlle In..u..llon. | for DlHtrkt. No

; the best chance to preserve her empire ? His figures on the debit side ..'011 ( o"\j'r' C'O>IMI...MI )' KUIIITIIKT : 1 nraclford/ fountv. KVirlrtii.\. .at.h.
tect I to
the will I of
the r>emocrnMevntern I
.1 Little has been were as follows: One acre of land 1 ,In, the primary, to he held (,'. NORTHERN
heard of this I hereby 1 1JEUsEY
i' as yet-much will be heardin announce my cnndldncy' :Mnv. .1. lt.1t
M; 900 seedling trees $2; labor of for nomination I I aH County tJommlnloner BEANS
If elorteil I E. PEAS 4Ic I
t the future. For there to be of Elrndfoid 'liromlxe a fair and Imonrtlal
seems excellent
an chance that letting. $2; Interest of Investment'or District, line. County from aflmlnlxtrntlon of the affalrH BABY
Hiibjm't to the Demofrallo LIMAS
: we will have to ten pertnlnlnir to this' Important, 2
change our ideas toward Britain Even those I years $5; taxes for twen- Primary..JSIeriIon' 'office .
I ty-five If I an'leT.d, I plvclire. I tho. : QM welfare nf our ittit.iIltii..ne 4
$2.50 people
.. : Americans who have not succumbed\ to ) years ; management of II"t.t' are to'a'grreat meaxure In
t. Anglophobia have regarded my 'that' I will.1.It the hands of '
'or twenty-five years. $2 50; total totie to tire. best l of Ihl.'mpol'tant branch I ChARMER _
i' my ability CANCORN
.I'jj of the
I I England as a natural and inevitable ally of the U. S. $17.On xhowllifr I. ,paitlnllty I I to noneYour Thanking(C'ountv'yoU vovernment for FLAKES'\6c !
D. 1 and vote and mipport' will I I I .I.a apireclated nuppnrt. I your vote and COFFEE lIte
in am ,
difficulty have taken .
any for granted the pride the credit side Mr. Vining Yourn' very renpectfullv' I

: and power of John Bull and have more or less thought that made the following estimate: at p. K ni.ni>isnr A 11. MrrillK.MNOTH'M -V.

: the cause of European democracy was safe so long as the Em- the end of ten years cut half of : O'I'IC .J 'H"I M nf '1' PANCV
11 the trees ((450)) for pulp wood ('I.JlI'r..t.1'1': :a I : OP 4 \ I n OP T t \:
pire lasted. But now the belief is spreadinqthat i is 'nine units) .vivrtcris: I : 'Jlt'rlFU': (' arEs Rice BLUE 5Ibs.17c'IR
England $9; at the end of fifteen MKIIKHV: HIVRN:: that :NO-rffB, IM I IIKKKIIV I : (i IIVEN
If : that
ij: Pmlnnr KO8E
really little interested in <<: years turpentine the remilning hue filed with mewritten I.. J. Wynn IIIIM. filed with .
1 ideals and is pursuing a policy of ,,.. reiiui",, I thut. th. tax i.- re>|nei't. I hut. the tax m written -
450 trees t *r >
(Ileased at ten cents M tnvther with all Btlbneiuent ..
temporary advantage in an effort to stave off of toiTPther with all HtitiNi, Mif" 'IF,
a day omitted ,
each), $45; at the end of | or levied (uSes held -"l or 'levied. leaps held
twenty by the
i h St t I be ad\erti. tseI l and sold. 3 .
I between democracy and fascism. A few commentators years back box the trees also at ''o I 110.| hlirhest blditer. f',,. ..HSI. ns Slate highest.headvertised bliblfr and' "01,1! to the 'AO 1 :

A ij'i tae! the view that England is definitely one as a first-rate j;lien cents each $45; at the end of t'1'17 irovlrted: II"I|s by. f Chapter II". 'I.."rl,I IS21H>.liilin! of, ".the.. u ..t. t h ii.)'.Chapter l.airis'' ..i' 'ixjilll for,...!, reel of h I the aM I 1I'17.!)proviied IL.-.-... 25cIs.! DRESSING 20c
"i ii I "" Ih. to I lov I
I twenty-five years cut all for the following de fill>ed real I
pulp estate .
power. Thus Oswald Garrison Villard log dPHiTlhodenl< exfii', I II
j' following a long sum- 'In t toI 'In (Ih.
wool I Coiintj of r.rmironl, atate of
( forty-five units) $45; to- '.'' 'ronntv or Iii-Hfiruril. ),//Inl, of Flor
4 Inrldii. t ti -uit I
> I
t mary of recent events and their preceding causes! says : I I tal, $144. Net profit $127. : I ida. In-wlt :
All .N'li\, of Slj I;, of :NK'i ,v of BEST
"Where does this leave I I Mi' t.ake & :NP.1: of HK't:' ..r Wi/.j of I SKI nf )Hectlon 13 'f,..
England Why reduced to a third- Vining demonstrated the adverse N\Vi.... 7 H. II 21 KaM; contalnlnw, HO BACON U HITK.vovxn. 14c
; Sc2:3 Tp. S S. II 22 K.: .n-
II rate in the world. Humbled | effects of woods burning taming 40 AcrcM' nior'P fir less.
I power by Italy in Spain and the by Acres. mure or lessIMie The. leaps. t.> lie mild, are vvldfnced.

j ;ii Meditcrannean, by Hitler in the Rhineland in Danzig, in I! diffurent means of tracts samples The taking sample from taken twc ',.y, 'tlvelv certificate In ace and to, Nos.li suld 47i'. are..r evidenced I t'i'tl' I -e npectlvely hy certlflrati, and' :XOH teprenenl. I 175 nf taxes I I1.-4: rill,re LONGHORN
ri' "iesent for 14
Austria-all along the line." Whether or not this view is from the protected area showed a ''i yPttlflII' :!.. ,(. | lull hot taxes li .InclitH .the Hive years amoiintlnir" I1*!:!. to to '1117 1101.06' both Inclii- CHEESE OTOMATO:
ti|"' iinounrfnir" ti. 1I:;!!105 22c CATSUP lOc
true it is an inescapable conclusion that the fascists have nuch more rapid rate of growth Said tt\" ....'.IIII..n...... loKetber wllh nil 1 Siittl miliHentient tea *certificate omitted t"K .fhei' .%vi"|.|< ,
than the one taken from the all I t Huhseriuent omitted or T.ovledtuxeH or Levied
made immense:; strides in this chaotic tract tMXeB will be wnlil 1 to the highest
-and the democracies will''lit sold to I the hi.rlt.-s
hit had been burned regularly. ,,. 1.1-lilHl- at I iVitrthnnxe dour In !)
Idder at I Ih- Com I thousf, d- I"tH'lc" "
have slipped backward in influence and prestige. anOOS on Hi. :2-.lli day of March Htarke on the :25th day of :March. Flour
] I 19.1S: ul 11.00 I o'clock A. SI :; b
"i-ll., HI It .no ovifick A. :M 1''I..eI ; 70c
I lh '
0- C. J. Bowman. of Perry, recently 'tcd this the Stli ilny of March. 1.Van. ( 8U| l"-v- "' Mnrrh" 24 .

), WILL STAKKE IIE'ON A.fSUPER-IHGH.WAV"? recommended by the Board of 1(134( (UKKII'Il.( 1. SR.M.: ) I
tt 'I It'\J.'
:> I.) A. .'.
Trustees THOMAS.I I IC.I..k
for principal of B. H. S. .\ .I. Tl'l! >:MAM,
With plans being presented to Congress for a system of I at circuli fv.nrt nf
; next year. was present and made nan of Circuit Court of B.ottlt"I'.1, .

1 "super-highways" throughout the country, a new problem for! f. short address on world conditions '1-1 1-3I-3-3.V IsrMdfordiiinty.:; Fbirlda. 3-11 1-31-3-23. Cuu"ty. Flnrlrta., Prince Albert to c I't: O-1 IRISH 10 LBS

our far-sighted citizens to think about has arisen. When and today. J POTATOES' tscShorts.

if such a system is constructed will Starke and Bradford --+ Jacksonville Thursday.

4 I il: County be on it? f;/!AH AM( Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Frazier' was

A bill introduced Mr. I.. f. "...It". c.-.....-<"....' transacting business In Jacksonville tilts a ( 100
a by Representative Snyder. Penn."yl Friday.: POUNDBAG $1.45

I! vania Democrat, provides! for an eight billion dollar! systemof i Mianil Mrs. R. M. Johnson and Mr. anti Mrs. Ira Brown of .

t.; t giant highways stretching in straight lines from one partof I were Mlf-s Madge visiting Johnson friends of here Hampton.Saturday Gainesville and Mrs. Eva Bert of kiR1iA4: !

I Hampton, attended
;: hereSunday
: > the country to the other and President Roosevelt has Indicated night.
his interest in the great. long-range project as a relief Roy: Bert. Miss Evelyn Bert and The Rev. L. O Hemmlngway, of shame Agent For

1 .i undertaking.One T
church Sunday and visited with at the Pnptlut. Church Sunday -
I of the proposed routes is from Furl Myers Fla.. .rtenilaL. and closed the revival of the if it nt

1 t:, to Augusta Maine by way of St. Petersburg. Fla., Reidsville, C. Smith Jr., was a visitor to past week WA TRUEMAN:) !

Ga. Columbia S. Gainesville -. e___ _. ___ .' FERTILIZER CO.
Washington, D. C., Baltimore.: ., Hartford I Saturday. insured

f1\\1 Conn., and Concord N. 11. At first glance it seems Mrs Lizzie Dryilen of Starke Mexico has one trailer camp asa
of tourist
: 'i boom she
vKtl"K her
daughter, !!rs. Har-
1. that this route might be Starke's best bet of being included "y St irllng. launched last year. : I Better

\ on the super-system. ---- --.. ---- by QualityGet
I Ir. Mrs! Florrle
McKlnney. of
At any rate it won't do any harm to start thinking about I Urirke.: was guest of her mother. An ancient amphibian Is used!

: this matter now so that when the I Mrs. Annie Ward Sunday "v the U. S. Marines stationed at Johns & Wainwright,
proper time comes we will Quantlco Va. to warn all flsher- I Cur Low
I' I prepared to go to bat for this section. j Mrs. L C Smith was visiting I :mene to move when there Is go. Starke, Fla. Before BuyingF

ler sister .Mrs.. Selmar Railey, In :I lag ti> be artillery! practice! I
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