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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 18, 1938
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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rhe .innual high spot in the agricultural h 2 1 TALLAHASSEE. Unless Republicans In close balloting here Saturday Dr 0 Leigh Colvln of New unusually Interesting election : 1
'fork, recent nominee for the Prohibition 'f
life of Bradford County | qualify between now and Bradford County tobacco growers | for an "off year" seems to be I '
got under way In earnest this week : April 2. only the Democratic Par. voted against the government-1 Party for Presidency of ahead because of the Urge number f.II..
the United States will speak Saturday ; !
' when the fust carloads of straw- | tv will conduct primaries in Flor- fixed quotas as provided for In the I of candidates who are '
announcing
berries began rolling from Starke Following the recent bloodless conquest of Austria by Adolf Hitler ida for six offices to be filled by new farm bill. The vote was twen- j night at the Baptist Church. for membership on the School ,"::1

.on md Lawtey. I German dictator a crowd of Austrian Nazis wildly celebrate the State-wide vote and more than a ty-seven against and twenty-five [ :lie la one of the most noted prohibition Board and the Board of I: r !

Following In Plant City's foot i fall of Chancellor Kurt Schuschnigg They are seen above in a Vienna score of district offices "01'. The bill will remain In effect. I| : orators and Is now pr..sldent Commissioners In Bradford County County '11,
street carrying a policeman on their shoulders. He raises Florida's of the National Prohibition : .J1iti
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steps, shipments here are lagging right Democratic Legislature however, since in order to defeat .
arm in their salute and wears on his left the and Temperance Council. He will
arm swastika
behind the total at this time last they have of 1937 amended the State it one-third of the total number of I I
given him. Now the whole world anxiously awaits to see If Hitler will law so the be accompanied by Edward: Jo':. All Incumbents of both bodies ;JI
year. but to date around 850.000 move to Czechoslovakia Republican party could growers would have had to vote with the exception
conquer another of his neighbors. Blake of Chicago national chairman of H. V Saxon ,
pints have been shipped bringing ____ _______u continue to nominate by primaryand against It. of the party. and W. P. Smith, have announced J
growers! an estimated return of be recognized as an official On the basis of early returns for re-election and It now seems I Iaa I'I l

$85.000.:; At this time last season SHOLTZ I SPEAKINGi party even though its candidates from the five states voting on --- I .. I' rh....., ...11I... l.. ,...__.., _, ____ j ,,
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more than a million pints had been polled less than 13: percent of the control of flue-cured tobacco, It FISHERMEN I aitlon In MI3 "n"T u. UJJJJ1J j 1',jf ,
HEARD HERE every group. All of the ; :
ihlpped) and growers had received 'i I DATES ARE SET total vote in two. successive general -I appeared that 185,796 had voted I factors contributing to this bum JI.I '

around $123,553.Lawtey I elections.The for the quotas while only 33,393 i STAY HOME II' 'f
REVIEWS: HIS RECORD AS I' CANDIDATES TO BE GIVEN ( per crop of candidates are not (
requirement
lowered votede them. I '
was to against
had four cars---the first GOVERNOR IN SPEECH CHANCE TO MEET I SEASON WENT INTOI known, but perhaps not the least .i
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two out Monday, one Tuesday, and I LAST FRIDAY | "DEAR PEE-PUL" been per cent. However. there has Federal control of sales will I EFFECT AT MIDNIGHT I 1la the fact that commissioners now : :
no move to cull
a Republican start when the 1938 start to
one VMednesday. Starke had one crops draw a salary of $30 a month If '
I Reviewing his r..col'cas Governor -I primary when the Democrats nominate market in August. Farmers marketing | MONDAY ]
car out Tuesday. The bulk of the Speaking dates for candidateswho while) school board members get I i I I
shipment, as usual In recent years of Florida Dave Sholtz spoke wish to go before the voters May 3 and 24. Usually the In excess of their Federally- Wives of fishermen are looking $25 under laws passed at the last !
here last Friday morning openinghis prior to the Republican save' their fire for allotted shares of the nations I I' 11'11'rel'sllion I
is going out by truck. primary election May forward to two months In which of the legislature.
campaign In Bradford Countyfor 3. were announced this week election years when a governor 1 is> quotas will be subect to heavy I bl able to their' ,
will by they might get For the Board of ,
Plant City probably ship ten to be chosen and'county officesare County Commlssloners II
the Democratic nomination to penalty taxes.Bradford:
W. B. Alexander, chairman of husbands the weed .
the to mow lawn
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before the those who have made ': f :
days longer giving up to be filled. I t
the U. S. Senate. He was introduced Bradford growers will be allowed
County Democratic Executive the the chicken
garden repair
ghost and quitting until next year. to his audience by N. D. Committee. On the Democratic side, Rep. to plant a total I of 268.1 acres I and do the hundreds of other coop little I their formal announcement In the Ir II t

Growers there have harvested Jr. of Mark Wilcox of West Palm Beach under the new This Is a I Telegraph ate the following: I
Walnwrlght. president th" quotas. 0.1.1 that have been \ \
more than sixteen million pints for The time and places at whichcandidates qualified tonight to for t jobs neglected -I plstrlct One (Lawtey)--J. M. .
I Young Democratic Club of Brad run the slight reduction tinder last year j for so long. j .1'
I which they have received $1,501- ford County. I for county offices will United States Senate He made when approximately 330 acres Rosier, Incumbent P. D. Reddish, 1 '
be privileged to appear and be 1 For the first time In the history 'II I
:563. I Among the items claimed by the the contest a five-man affair. were planted to flue-cured tobacco and T. I... Walnwrlght. I I
I heard are as follows: I i of Florida the black bass I '
season
Louisiana is srolncr full blast speaker as credits to his administration Already Qualified__ VFA.. _.". _<3ann:_...... M.> District Two (North Starke) ,
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I[ with fifty cars outof Hammond were: free school books; Hampton school house, Friday. Claude Pepper; 'seeking reelection County Agent T. K. McClane, wax closed! at midnight Monday] L. L. Conner Incumbent, and W. 'I ,

I List Saturday. better pay for teachers and a'' April 15. 7:30 p. m. I former Gov. Dave Sholtz. T Jr yesterday Issued the following and will remain closed through M. Edwards. t I' I.

--. longer school term; Workmen's: Brooker school house Friday, C Merchant of Madison, and Fin- statement: May 20. The law was passed at. District Three (South Starke J ,
the last session of the
legislature.i
Compensation Insurance; $5,000 April 22, 7:30 p. m. I ley Moore of Lake City. "In the past two weeks, many I Mallory Thomas, incumbent. IL "' ",,,,
4-H TEAM homestead exemption; creation offarmer's Lawtey school house, Tuesday j I The Supreme Court, for which 'tobacco growers have been In the i is no closed HIM son on fish H. Fields, and F C. Holllngsworth. I i: ;

GETS REWARDLOCAL markets; progressive veterans I April 26, 7:30 p. m. I qualifying ended February 1, also office asking If they could go j itorie.a, however, so ben I sports- District Four (Thereasa Hamp .l

legislation; and St.irke school house Friday 'offered three contests with promise ahead and plant more than their j men may still get a certain amount (
April 29, 7:30 m of fireworks. Justice RiversBuford allotment and that j of fun by telling about the big.one ton Graham) R. S. Wasdln, W. ,
MEN GIVE THREE ment of a border patrol f'8tabIl8h-j p. maybe they I | H. Griffin, and Frank Abemathy. .',
month before last.
undesirables out.of the It is that qualifiedto, geek another could get Home of the allotment they caught I
FREE TRIPS TO requested citizens in i The Incumbent, H. V. Saxon, baa II.
six-year term In iffroup One, whereD. that was to to some of the I I I j
CAMPAs "Your millage was decreased to each/ community make arrange go producers I not announced .
I th.e lowest point In forty years and ments for someone to take chargeof Stuart Glllis, of DeFuniak who do not plant. ""I! the si>altOn has closed on 'i I

was published In last week's for four, years your budget was I the meeting and act as masterof Springs, president of the State i "I wish to correct any misunderstanding game I want to ask all sportsmen j I I District. Five (Brooker. New t jl

Telegraph the Bradford County4H h..lancl"d. never spending a dime ceremonies. Senate Already had entered of- that may have developed ;i and, citizens to join me In every River)- T. D- Dyal, Incumbent
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Club judging team composedof more than we earned All of this I --.._--- ficially. ( along that line. The State !j I way possible in protecting the :{I H. P. Gainey. I t

Nelson Moore, Loren Conner was done without the addition of Chief Justice W. H. Ellis an- Committee Informs me that no i: quail during nesting season." A. A. For I ho school board the followIng I' I ,

and Junior Smith placed third in any sales tux, Income tax or inheritance NAME RED CROSSCHAIRMAN I nmmced he would retire from the 'farm will get an allotment If there '''' Dui'dtn. conservation officer mild.! ,', have made their formal artnnimrompnts '( I

I the judging contest at the Florida' tax," Sholtz said. COUl t, and T. G. Futch of Lees- i IK no tobacco planted on that farmIn In a statement. here this w..k.'e : I! I

Fat-Stock show In Jacksonville :j' He continued: "As your Gover- I burg. Judge Elwyn Thomas of Fort 1938. The notice which you received -|, cnn do this by being on the watch'out 'i District. One --J. H. Moore In- I I 'I

last week competing with ten |I I nor I made thirty trips to WashIngton MRS WAINWRIGHT RESIGNS Pierce and J. Tom Watson of Tam Is only an acreage allotmentand at all times by watching for'', cumbent.District (

| other teams. Alachua county's where through the kindness! AFTER MANY YEARSOF : pa paid qualifying fees In Group the law definitely states that' dogs strolling over the woods, also Two W. S Sibley. and ,

team won first and each memberwas and friendship that has lasted for SERVICEE. 2 to succeed; him. If ro tobacco is planted on the stray house cats kill all hawks, i!11 S.*. R Sparks. Thu incumbent W If

awarded a free trip to the an i i inuil : many yea is with our President Justice Hoy II. Chapman. '- (aim In 1938 the farm will receive dnn't forget the black snake The Smith Is making tli race for I ,

Short Course held at the University I i over sl
of Florida In Gainesville. brought Into Florida by your gov-' chairman of the Bradford County Fred 11. Davis died last "If you are planning to plant tobacco ,, stroy more bird nests than anything I| District Three E: .1. Lewla, incumbent
and A. B. !
The second team, from Suwan- i-rnor himself." Red Cross Chapter at a meetingheld offered for tile two years In 1938 and use some one ('Is.Vlth the help of the Surrency.,

nee county will get Its "Old age pensions were startedin In the Woman's Club Monday ; In,!* of Davis une'
paid, to the 4-H club expeniles/ Florida during my administration -, afternoon. He succeed> Mrs. N. !Melvin Heurn of Live are definitely in line to use that i I i along this line we will make Bradford ROTARIANSMEET ''I

summer. Our Bradford / almost a year before the Federal Wainwright who resigned after tied against him. allotment so that you will not havea County a success In the game: I IN BARN

boys received nothing but the Government begun the operation many years of service in this of- Eugene S. Matthews member of big acreage planted and no allotment !-I, hunting and fishing for next sea- j, I

honor for winning third place. i i of the Social Security Law. fice.The the State Railroad-Commission, officially card to sell It on. If you son." I ENJOYABLE: EVENT HELD

I Several of the public-spirited :1 I piomiau you the first thing I meeting was conducted by sought.renofnlnatlon and are planning on planting tobacco | Mr. Dm den continued: "Also I AT MATHEWS I

citizens of Starke felt that these,i will do when I get Into the Senate C. F. Rowland Florida field representative -, Bruce Duvia of Tallahassee nnd :und! tiMing the allotment of another I 1"m going to ask everybody to as- 1 DAIRY :HI

boys should ; U. to offer an amendment which of the organization, and W. K.: (Buck) Hancock of Starke farm the tobacco must be plantedon slat me during the closed season
f be rewarded for their j ; '
fine work : will eliminate that section which other officers were named as follows qualified to oppose him. that farm unless you have that on bass which began March 15 and. I Kolarlans and their wives enjoyed ( I
and achievements. As ,
a result. II |I enables the state or the Federal : vice-chairman, Mrs. Wainwright Chairman Jerry W. Curler of farm rented In 1038. Then you continues through May 20. luncheon Wednesday at : ,
County Agent T. K- Mc- j ; secretary, T. Frank Lan- the commission said he would seek may plant the tobacco on either'( I'I Mathew: Dairy a short distance '
I Clane, Jr. announced today that | government to take a Hen on your 'I I I "I find! rjiere Is a great scarcity'with il t .
drum; treasurer, F. F. Stump. | /another term and opposition to your own farm or the rented farm south of town on Road 13. Construction I'
the because of the assistance baas \
following men had agreed 10'> pi opel ty the fishermen all re-''
The branch chairmenwere him was announced, but and still the allotment."It in almost completed on
following has get
that ," no one 1 I
each donate $3.00 to for one you get |JlHlt thnt II Is not like It used to
member's while pay at 4-H la: reference to the record of his' named: : loh. P. D. Fancher, qualified with the secretary of Is very hard to really put this i i.uru"lt 1 I be This has been brought about the fine new barn being built by I f'

expenses i administration Sholtz said Florida State Farm, ; G. E Cut- State for this post. in writing so If you are In Roy Mathews the proprietor, andIt
Club this In the : by using seines and trips. We
camp summer
Thaw Mrs. Lucian Johns All the State's doubt about the status of to- I was hern that the tnbli i were .j
Ocala National Forest: A. J. Let's look at the record today in Lawtey; representatives, your :, arc fighting hard to abolish thouse '
Hampton; Mrs. Leliind Brown, l''tcPpt'lIco"l(. were reportedtontInueii bucco allotment please see me as arranged for the members and I
Thomas, Jo.. E. Wilson, and E. L. I Florida When I became yourGovernor [ :I of wines and traps. I I II
i ,'ookel'. ( on Page Eight) loon an you can. i iuu their guests.T .
Matthews. On behalf of all of the! in 1933: because of bud __ _uu_ ,. __ __ ___ __ _:_ __ I "I find HHO! the people who live .Slhoot...... '.-.,.,.....,',.i.,... tv..-'-."..... ._'.....rla.. hv',J.9', II I .
dub members In Bradford conditions existing ail:! over the around these lakes much
lire
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,,4-H ,. Mr. McClane wants to ex country, bills were unpaid to the Interested and offer their services Phillips, president of the Gulf
Life Insurance
deep appreciation to these .amount of almost. $1,300,000 and ''I Kingsley Is Real Start Of "Lake Region" I In protecting buss. I would, advise 1 und by thfc Rev.Co Shelby, of Jacksonville.A. Wilson

men who are so interested In the !, (during the first 90 days\ of my administration iiII fishermen to be very careful pastor of the First Methodist I

work. the state treasury at I itiml) bring no buss out of the lakes I
Church of
St. who Is at
Augustine '
I Out of the thirty-three boys whoClp'tej limes hn.1 l le.-is than $500 In it. By i That I Kingsley Luke, beloved finds its end down around Litkn ,! it a remarkable topographic ,'I during this closed. ......IIK..n.Ve | the present time conducting a ccI -

: In the judging contest.only' I Ilhe cooperation, tt-nm-work. and | summer resort of Bradford Coun- Placid below Sebrlng and above feature which has never yet been'j 'j will gain by this. vlval! here.
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[ aid of a flue cabinet we managed j I tiins is reully the beginning of the Kvergtailed: where It slopes off j explained: known locully as Trail''!, I
one boy In the state scored 1 111m having lots of calls for MI' Phillips! made a very Int..r.I .
to meet every payroll and place Florida's famed "lake rpglon" was at a rapid rate, "between Venus Ridge." And Popular Science''' I
higher than (i'ih to restock different lakes
Junior eating talk the
Smith
a mem- reviewing
| bar j Flnrliln. on 11 sound financial baal !! disclosed this week In informationsent ind Palm<1I1I,' {1 Monthly, Vol. 74 ((1000)) Hays: early
i of our Bradford County team. but we will stock quicker by leaving -I history of his that ban.I .
company _
1 without increasing taxes.. The to the Telegraph by Bill Dun. Also from Florida Geological j "Trail Ridge does not belong
Olin Roberts of Alachua County, I the bass there during the i I grown from the time It hud only
j .-out of your government, however i I can formerly of Starke and now Survey Third Annual Report, to the class. of cuestus or Inland)
scored 350: points and Junior scored spawning season than any other '>lW employee -himself until to-
since January 1937. when I went II |I, Tour Editor with the WPA's Federal 1910 223. "the Lake Region." facing encarpments. which can bel 1|I I I I
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points; only three below. way Let's all join In and make ,|Iilay when It has more than thin
----.---- I IIlIt of office In spite of all the || Writer's Project In Jackson "This Is peculiar to Florida, and I seen In many places In the upper ,I!i this a success 4S50 field and home office employees1 -
i talk of economy that you have ville. occupies the 'backbone' of the half of the coastal plain, for Us't
services and
DIVIDENDNEXT \i heard has itsen from $44.000.000''; Delving Into dust-covered volumes peninsula. with a maximum t si let slope equally on both sides I time"My any sportsman are yours or citizen: sees any After luncheon the RotarUn
i to $50,000,000. an Increase ln 1937I and has no stream hugging Its Inland I
and formidable width of about fifty miles In the
WEEK I tackling fit to call me clay or night I will and their guests remained for a
| '. almost six million dollars, with edge so far us Is known.
I looking pages from geological surveys latitude of Leesburg and Sanford. 1 gladly investigate any report made short while to Inspect the dslry

WILL BE PAID FROM WESTERN -' nn outstanding Indebtedness for is part of Bill's job, but he Plenty of rounded hills and Moreover It is too smooth and too ''to me, plant III which some of the mostmodern
I,I due bills of 1750000. You to have been formed.
past Is occasionally rewarded by Unearthing depressions are nearly all occupied straight by .
AUTO ASSOCIATE I|i taxpayers of Florida will be the'' a few fascinating facts by permanent lakes presumably -i erosion." The article then expounds I I equipment available: Is put _
STORE I to use to insure the people of this
: sufferers because all of this must j such as the following concerning deeper In proportion thanIn this theory: "The most ,i, Attend ConferenceT. milk
area a
I> wltors of the Bank of Starke I be paid sumeliowand. sometime. :' Kingsley: most oth.'r parts of the state. reasonable explanation of It would I| Frank Landrum and K. L pure ..supply._ ,_
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will receive the final distribution I .- I from Florida Geological Sur- The surface Is everywhere seem to be that. it marks a . i Matthews Attended the YoungDemocratic
of slight flexure of the earth's crust, ,I 'I Singing Convention
dividends Wednesday of next Free /-// Moving PictureA vt-y--Sixth Annual Report, 1914; sand. conference In Orlando

week, when warrants are given to'j' two-hour talking picture "Un l page 320, entitled "Peninsular From, the Sixth Annual Report: 'formed during one of the oscllla- last week-end as delegates from The Florida Georgia Alabama

those who present their liqulda- tier the 4-H Flag," will be shown | Lake Region. "This region Is "It Is said that Lake Kingsley I tins which the coastal plain ex-1, the Bradford County club A resolution -I Union Singing Convention will


the Western Auto Associate Store night April 4, at 7:30: oclock It no counterpart elsewhere . some places In it considerably making. i i of President Roosevelt Auditorium for an all-day sing
here In Starke. wa announced yesterday by County -I I Nearly all of the depressions contain deeper." I' Incidentally, the summit of the' was adopted by the conference I I, Sunday' March 27 at 10 o'clock

This will be the final dividend Agent T K. McCUne, Jr. The j,|: beautiful lakes averaging at At Kingsley also .1s the terminusof Ridge Is near Klngqley. From the :, the delegates had the privilege of''1 A. M.

depositors will receive on monies program will also Include a short'' least one to the square mile and Trail Ridg. fo&..here the ridge I' Sixth Annual Report: "Trail Ridge hearing an address by Secretary I I -- .-- -- _

on deposit In the Bank of Starke I i'cat ii re culled "Hidden Values' i j j: ranging in size from an acre toI mcts the lake region, and In considered extends a few miles west of of War Harry Woodrlng.. I I

at the time of the President's Mo- and i a cartoon comedy. The pur-I I I several square miles. The re- at an end where another Jesup, Ga., southward parallel to I (Jet Appointments
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rutum In March 1933. Depositors pose of the picture Is to stlmula: ,i' gn\ extends from the vicinity of geographic region begins. Trail the rnist until It merges with George Washington; Jr tint I,). P. Carpenter and Mrs. L A,

*>ave. so far. received thirty perCent Interest In the alms and aaplra-j|: Luke Kingsley southward down KIHge Is a geological enigma. i the western edge of the lake re- patented air brakes In 1869 I Davis have been appointed by Governor

dividends but the exact lions of the 4-H movement and to ;. the axis of the peninsula for some Kven the expriu don't know what gion. Its summit Is said to be 210 Cone to serve nil member

amount of -distribution next give its membeis and l all others '' 200 mile" ratified It i'eet above seu-level at Highland In torrid' srone. where the world of the county planning:; board.

'Week Is not known. Liquidator's interested In agriculture a real So to our Kingsley go..s the honor -' The Third Annual Repot, which and 248 feet east of Starke An- I heaviest rainfall t-ikes pl'ice. the _

Certificates must be surrendered treat In the way of high grade en- '1 of mirklng the beginning of Is In very conservative language otiiei-! reference, U S. Geological new moon, .always. "lies on Its The famous' Sherman law wan _

When this final dividend Is received terlalnment Admission will be Florida's famous lake regionthe Suva' 'Along the eastern edge of Survey Bulletin I 11812) "the K'ck, In the ponltlon popularly'' the first nntlonnl anti-trust law to

I free. anna: glistening wonderland. that Baker and Bradford counties there ( Continued on Page Eight) called the dry moon '''he passt-U In the United StHt"H.lir _



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I: Last Year This Year Slightly Reduced II I | Hoards I ,t -

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PLANT CITY WILL SOON ,Ik : 'T' i jPLENTY OF DEMOCRATS; FEDERAL: SALE CONTROL( EIGHTEEN I j ASPIRANTS i' :, 'IV I :!I

k' BE OUT OF THE: PICTURE I SEEKING:: J mt HO'EV ERTALLAHASSEE. TO STAUT IN AtKJUST( JIAVEANNOtJNCED. :: ( ,I I I .v.I .

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f t I
agl'I.1 1 Dr D Leigh Colvin of New ----- I t
In the Unless Re- In close balloting- here Saturday An unusually Interesting election :
The ,mnual high spot fork, receni nominee for the Prohibition :, I i
cultural life of Bradford County i piihllrnns qualify between now and Bradford County tobacco growersvoted I Party for Presidency of, for an "off year" seems to btt i : .-

under In earnest this week i April 2. only the Democratic Party against the government ahead because of the large numberof : J
way the United
gill ,, ( States will speak Sat- I'
will conduct primaries In Flor- fixed l quotas as provided for in the ..
when the first carloads of strawberries : 'I unlay night at the Baptist Church. candlelit( who are announcing I Ii',;f

,It began rolling from Starke the recent bloodless conquest of Austria by Adolf Hitler ida for six offices to be filled by new farm bill. The vote was twen I'I :lie Is one of the most noted prohi- for membership on the School I

i and Lawtey. I German dictator a crowd of AustrIan Nazi wildly celebrate the State-wide vote and more than a ty-seven against and twenty-five ,I :'oition orators and 1 i Is now president Board and the Board: of County I ,, ;

fall of Chancellor Kurt SchUHChnlgg. They an.,..seen above In a Vienna score of district!: offices. '01'. The bill will remain In effect, i I i Commissioners In Bradford County ,
In Plant footsteps of q
City's the National Prohibitionand
Following street carrying a policeman on their shoulders. He raises his right Florida's Democratic Legislature however since in order to defeat I : ,

shipments here are lagging arm In their salute and wears on his left arm the swastika they have of 1937 amended the State It one-third of the total number of I. Temperance Council. He will I i:1:'j

behind the total at this time last given him. Now the whole world anxiously awaits to see if Hitler will I law so the Republican party could growers would\ have had to vote i''be accompanied by Edward E. All Incumbents of both bodies. I It,
:
year, but to date around 850,000 move to conquer Czechoslovakia, another of his neighbors. continue to Blake of Chicago, national chair- with I the exception of I!. V. Saxon I ; t
nominate It.
have been shipped bringing _._ by primary against man of the party and VV. P. Smith, have announced 1
pints -- --------- f
and be recognized as an official On the basis of early returns I :
for
re-election
and it
an estimated return of now seem j
growers --- -- -- f
party even though Its candidates from the five states voting on
SHOLTZ t
If
$85,000. At this time last season SPEAKING 18S there will be plenty of opposition I
polled less than IS: per cent of the control of flue-cured tobacco, itappeared j' I
than a million pints hall been FISHERMENSTAY In every group. All of the

more ihlpped and growers had received HEARD HERE DATES ARE SET :total elections.The,vole In. two." successive general for the quotas that 185,796 while only had voted II HOME I factors contributing to this bumper 1 I'' f fI

around $123,3.Lawtey REVIEWS HIS RECORD AS CANDIDATES TO BE GIVEN 33,8931 i I crop of candidates are not I .
requirement lowered volede
was to against' them. .
\ | I known, but not the least II'
had four cars- -the first GOVERNOR IN SPEECH I CHANCE TO MEET 'V per cent. However. there has I Federal control of sales will''I! CLOSED SEASON WENT INTO | in the fact that perhaps commissioners -

out Monday, one Tuesday, and LAST FRIDAY "DEAR PEE-PUL" been EFFECT AT MIDNIGHT now
two
no move to call a Republican start when the 1938 crops start to 'I [ draw a salary of $30 a month I I .
Wednesday.. Starke had one prlmaty when the Democrats MONDAY 'I''
market In
Farmers
nomInate August. marketing -
his record Governor while school board I
I Reviewing as Speaking dates for candidates members get f ;
car out Tuesday. The bulk of the 3 and 24. j ,
of Florida Dave Sholtz May Usually the In excess of their Federally- Wives of fishermen $25 under laws\ the
: spoke who wish to go before the voters are looking passed at last I "
shipment, as usual in recent years, Republlcnna save their fire for allotted shares of the national .
here last Friday morning, opening prior to the primary election May forward to two months In which session of the legislature.I f''
Is going out by truck. I election years when a is quotas will be subect to If
his campaign In Bradford County :3, were announced this week by governor heavy they might be able to get their I! For the Board of County ComI t ,
,
to be
chosen and'county officesare '
Plant City will probably ship ten for the Democratic nomination to W. B. Alexander, chairman of the I penalty taxes husbands to mow the lawn weed mlsaioners, those who have made : I

days longer before giving up the the U. S. Senate. He Introduced to be filled. Bradford growers will be allowed the the chicken I
was Bradford County Democratic Executive garden repair coop their formal announcement In the I'
ghost and quitting until next year. to his audience by N. D. Committee. On the Democrat side, Rep. to plant n total of 268-1 acres and do the hundreds of other lit ( Telegraph are Ihe following: f

Growers there have harvestedmore "Mark Wilcox of West Palm Beach under the new quotas. This is a t ,
tie 0.1ot) that have been
of the
Jr., jobs .
Wainwrlght president neglected -
than sixteen million pints for Democratic Club of Brad The time and places at which qualified tonight to run for the slight reduction under last yearwhen I for so long. pixtrtct One (Lawtey)-J. M I II
I Young I candidates for offices will
county Rosier, Incumbent P. D. Reddish
which they have received $1,501- United States Senate. He made approximately 330 acres 1 If.
568. ford County. be privileged to appear and be the contest a flve-mnn affair. were planted to flue-cured tobacco For the first time in the historyof I and T. Walnwright.. ,
I Among the Items claimed by the heard are as follows: Florida the black bass season .
I District Two North Storks
.
Already qualified were Senator ( )
Louisiana Is going full blast speaker as credits to his administration wan closed at midnight Mondayand I 1 '
I Il.I9t Hampton school house, Friday. Claude Pepper, seeking reelection County Agent TK.. Li. L. Conner Incumbent, and W- 'II
of Hammond
with fifty cars out were: free school books; will remain closed through
April 15, 7:30 p. m. former Gov. Dave Sholtz, T .11' yesterday issued the McClsn.I Kdwarda. ,
Saturday. better pay for teachers, and a May 20. The law was passed at 1M.

.- -.---- longer school term; Workmen'sCompensation Brooker school house, Friday, C. Merchant of Madison, and Fin- statement: the last session of the legislature. District Three (South StarkeI ). ; I

Insurance; $5,000 I April 22. 7:30 p. m. ley Moore of Lake City. "In the past two weeks, many I I I Mallory Thomas, Incumbent. J. I'' I
The Supreme Court, for which tobacco have been In the i There IH no closed nt>nRun' on fish I 1 '
4-H TEAM homestead exemption; creation of Lawtey school house, Tuesday, growers H. Fields, and F C. Hollingaworth. ,

farmer's markets! ; progressive veterans April 26, 7:30: p. m. qualifying ended February 1, also office asking! If they could go'' nlorhM however, so local sportsmen | District Four (Theressa, Hamp- ; I ,
REWARDLOCAL
GETS still certain
offered three contests with ahead and mIY get a amountof
than j
Starke school house, Friday, promise plant more their W. '
ton. Graham- S.
)legislation; and establIshment ) Wasdin.
April 29. 7:30 p. m, of flreworka. Justice Rivers allotment and that maybe they | fun by telling about the big one i IH. Griffin and Frank I "
MEN GIVE THREE of a border patrol to keep ( I Abernathy. }
month before las
FREE TRIPS TO undesirables out.cf ,the state It U requested that citizens in Buforcl,! qualified to seek another could get some of the allotment they caught i The Incumbent, H. V. Saxon, has I 11" I;i I .
six-year term In Cfoup One, whereD. that was to go to some of the producers I \ i
each make not announced.l !
CAMP "Your millage was decreftsed to community arrange- I I It
I Stuart GIllls\ of DeFuniak who do not plant."I "As, the season has closed on t
the lowest point In forty years and ments for someone to take chargeof j District/ Five (Brooker. New I ; ; i
I Springs, president of the State wish to correct any misunderstanding gamp I want to ask all sportsmen
In last week'sTelegrapb
As was published for four budget was the meeting and act as master Rlver-T D. Incumbent I
years your )
Senate, Already had entered of- : that may have devel- i nn,l citizens to Join me In every Dyal, t
the Bradford County4H balanced, never spending a dime of ceremonies. and II. P. Gainey. ,'
ficially. oped along that line. The State way possible in protecting the !
flub judging team composedof more than we earned. All of this -----."- --- | { For the school board the "
,
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Nelson Moore\ Loren Conner, Chief Justice VV. H. Ellis! an Committee informs me that no : quail) during nesting season> A. A. follo"1 1 I
the of
was done without addition ing have made their formal annnuncem.'nts -
and Junior Smith placed third In NAME RED CROSSCHAIRMAN flounced he would retire from the farm will ret: an allotment If there Durden. conservation officer, said ,1 I r
any sales tux, income tax or inheritance '
\ : !
the judging contest at the Florida I court. and T. G. Futch of Lees- I la no tobacco planted on that farmIn in a statement here this wpek'e
(: tax, Sholtz said. i District One--.1. II. Moore, incumbent. -
Fat-Stock show In Jacksonville j I burg Judge Elwyn Thomas of Fort 1938. The notice which you.re I I can! do this by being on the watch I ,
He continued: "As your Governor '
'i
Pierce and J. Tom Watson of Tam- ceived Is only an allotment out at all times by watching for ,
RESIGNS acreage
last week competing with ten | I made thirty trips to Wash MRS WAINWRIGHT District Two W. S Sibley. and 'i'
other teams. Alachua AFTER MANY YEARSOF pa paid qualifying fees In Group and the law definitely states thatIf t dogs strolling over the woods, also
county'steam ington where through the kindness S. K; ; The Incumbent W.
I Sparks.! -
I 2 to succeed, him no tobacco Is planted on the stray house cats, kill all hawks, I It,
won first and each memberwas and friendship! that has lasted for SERVICEE. I'. Smith Is making tire race for ,
Justice Roy Ii. Chnpman, appointed farm In 1938 the farm will receiveno don't forget the black snake The j
awarded a free trip to the an. I with our President, ( : state
many years legislature. !
I,. Matthews named that the woods will destroy
I was to the court when Justice allotment."If | dog prowls -
nuil Short Course held the University
at over six tv-five million dollars wore | District Three F..f. Lewis, in-
chairman of the Bradford CountyRed Fred l H. Davis died last summer, you are planning to plant tobacco more bird nests than any I
of Florida In Gainesville. brought into Florida by your, gov. 1 cumbent. and l A. D- Surrency.ROTARIANS '!
I Cross at meetingheld offered for the el.H.v 1 With the of the
Chapter a two years remainIn In 1938 and use> some one thing help ._
The second team, from Suwan- ernor himself. -- ---.-- -
In the Woman's Club Monday ,!\' of Duvls' uncxplred term. John else s allotment, he sure that you :|' membership and citizens as well ,

nt-e county, will get Its expenses "Old age pensions were startedin afternoon. He succeed Mrs. N. Melvin Hearn of Live Oak qualified are definitely In line to use that j along this line we will make Bradford n

pall- to the 4-H club camp this I Florida during my administration -, Wainwright who resigned after against him. allotment so that you will not have County a success In the game :i MEET IN BARN
summer Our Bradford almost a before the Federal "J
County year many years of service in this office Eugene S. Matthews! member of a big acreage planted and no allotment -1: hunting and fishing for next sea- 'I
bOy.* received nothing but the Government began'\ the opal 1 a- "
I the State Railroad'Commission, officially card to sell It on. If you son. 1 ENJOYABLE EVENT HELD I'I '
honor for winning third place. tion of the Social Security Low :I
II I first I The meeting was conducted by sought.renominatton: and are planning on planting tobacco | Mr. Durden continued: "AUo I AT MATHEWS
the
Several I of the public-spirited I promise you thing C. F. Rowland, Florida field representative Bruce Davis. of Tallahassee and and using the allotment of another going to risk everybody to all- DAIRY I
will do when I get into the Senate |1"m HI(
citizens of Starke felt that these' of the organization, and W. E. (Duck) Hancock of Starke fnrm, the tobacco must be plantedon slat me during the closed season J

hoys should be rewarded for their | Is to offer nn amendment which j; other officers were named as fol- qualified to oppose him. that farm unless you have that on bass which began March IS: and 1 Kolarlsns and their wives enjoyed r i 1

fine work and achievements. As Ia j will eliminate that section Federal which lows: vice-chairman, Mrs. Wainwright Chairman Jerry W. Carter of farm rented In 1038.: Then you continues. through May 20. luncheon Wednesday at. '

result, County Agent T. K- Mc- enables the state or the ; secretary, T. Frank Lan- the commission. said he would seek may plant the tobacco/ on either Hiere | Mathews Dairy a short distance !

Clime, Jr., announced today that government to take a Hen on your drum; treasurer, F. F. Stump. I another term and opposition to your own fnrm or the rented farm I "I find Is a great scarcity south of town on Road 13. Con- ;I ; I II
because of the assistancethat with bass, the fishermen all re- \
the following men had agreed to property The following branch chairmenwere him was announced, but no one has and still get the allotment."It 1 used Hti'notion H almost I completed on I '
," poit that It Is not like It toI
each donate $3.00 to pay for onemember's you get ]! mimed; Mrs. P. Fancher, qualified, with the secretary of, la very, hard to really put this I be This has been brought about the fine new barn being built by ;
record of his
to the .
reference
In
expenses while at 4-H said Florida Stite Farm; O. E Cut- State for this post. TIISS> In writing so It you are in by using seines and trap We Roy Mathews, thn proprietor, and j 1

Club camp this summer In the administration Sholtz : .thaw Lawtey; Mrs. Lucian Johns, All the Stale's representatives I doubt about the status of your tobacco ( It was her that the tables were
hard to ubolish the
i are fighting
I Let's look at the record today in /
Oala' National Forest: A. J.I! Mrs Leland Brown, except Wilcox. were resntedCIfltiflucJ allotment please see mft as arranged I for the members and ;
i Hampton
I ['"I or"!!\. When I became your! ; I use of Heine and traps I'
Thomas, Jo* E. Wilson, and E. L. 11 Brooker. I on Pnge Eight) i! soon as you can." | their guests.

Matthews. On behalf of all of the : Governor In 1033 because of bad ] .-.-- _n -_ _--- - --"----- -- "I find also the people who live Short speeches were made by T.

4-H Club members In Bradford conditions existing nil over the around these lakes lire very much T Phillips, president of the Gulf ,

County Mr. country, bills were unpnl! to the Interested and offer their servicesIn Life Insurance Co of JackHonvllle. ,
McClane wants to express | ,
deep appreciation to these amount of almost $1,300,000 and''' I Kingsley Is Real Start 01 "Lake Region"That I protecting buss./ I would advise and by the Rev. Shelby A. Wilson

men who are so interested In the !I during the first t 110 days of my administration ) nil fishermen to be very careful pastor of the First Methodist f fI '

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the state at n and bails out of the lakes I i
work I treasury i bring no \ / Church of St. Augustine, who Is at

j times hal leas 1 tluin $500 In It By i I Kingsley Lake beloved finds Its end down around Luke I IPillcl" It u remarkable topographic i[ during this cloned! HClillonVo : the present time conducting a re-

Out of the thirty-three boys who I the cooperation Uom-work, and |I summer resort of Bradford Coun- below Sebrlng and above feature which has never yet been ;|: will gain by thin. vlvat here. ,

'mpeted' In the Judging contest, I of the Everglades' where It slopes off explained, known locally as Trail ,1, I I
managedJto the beginning
aid of a fine cabinet we titns Is really : : I "I am having lots of calls for MI' Phillips! made a very inter- .
only one boy In the state scored meet payroll and place]1 Florida's famed "Uke region" was at II rapid l'ate t ',between Venus Ridge." And Popular Science '' I .
every fish to restock different lakes, eating talk reviewing the early '
higher than Junior Smith, a memi i Florida on n. sound financial basis: disclosed this week in Information tnd Pulnidult I I Monthly, Vol. 74 ((1009)) says: I
her of but we will stock quicker by leaving history of his company that ha*
our Bradford County team. Bill Dun- i, "Trail Ridge. dues not belongto
without increasing taxes. The rent to the Telegraph by Also from Florida Geological '
,
Dan the bass there during the j !grown from the time It had only ,
Roberts of Alachua County, I8COI'l'd j I oHt of your government, however, I j can formerly of Starke and now I Survey Third Annual' Report the class of cueiitas or Inland spawning pennon than any other one employee himself until today I

350 points and Junior ncored 1937, when I went 'I Editor with the WPA's Federal "the Lake ; facing encarpmentfl which can be I
l :S17: since January ] Tour 11)10) ; page 223 way! Let's all join In and makei when It has more than thia II

-points" ; .only.-. three below. I out ofoffice, In spite\ of all the ; Writer's Project in Jackson- "This i IH peculiar "to (o' Reglun'1 seen.....,... _In. many..._ _..places__0..' _in 1..,_the._upper_ ,,_. i. this a success I I 8.:;0 field and home office em-
--- -- talk of economy thai you naveheard. ville. occupies the 'buck bone' or the US Lilt LUaSLnI pUhtl. 'UI' ILl "My.services are yours and any :I i ptoyees

DIVIDENDNEXT i has linen from $44.000.000 I! Delving Into dust-covered volumes peninsula. with a maximum .slles slope equally on both sides time any sportsman or citizen sees After luncheon the Rotarians: I_ _
| to $50.000.000, an Increase In 1937 I formidable width of about fifty miles In the I and has no stream hugging Its Inland 1
and tackling fit to call me day or night I will ,I ".id their guests remained for a
WEEKWILL .: utmost six million dollars, with I I latitude of Leesburg and Sanford edge so far as Is known.
| looking pages from geological sur- gladly Investigate any report made i short while to Inspect the dairy

an outstanding Indebtedness forI ,, veys Is part of Bill's job. but he Plenty of rounded hills and Moreover It la too smooth and too to me. plant In which some of the mont

BE PAID FROM WEST- I past due bills of 1750000. You ;i Is occasionally rewarded by Unearthing depressions are nearly all occupied straight to have been formed by modern equipment available is put

ERN AUTO ASSOCIATE be the': erosion." The article then expounds _
of Florida will lakes .
taxpayers I|I a few fascinating facts by permanent pre- to UHX to insure the people* of thin
STORE sufferers because all of this must In than this theory: "The most ; Attend Conference
such as the following concerning Humdbly deeper proportion area a pure milk supply.

Depositors of the Bank of Starke i I be paid somehow and sometime. I I I Kingsley: In moot othtr. parts of the state. reasonable explanation of It would T. Frank Landrum end E. L. -. .- --

+ The surface la seem to be that it marks a Matthews attended the Young
will I Survey everywhere
receive the final distribution From Florida Geological I
flexure of the earth's crust'I Singing Convention
Hand." slight Democra I conference In Orlando
of Picture
dividends Wednesday of next Free 1-H Moving Sixth Annual Report 1914 ; ,,
I formed of the oscillations
during one -
Week when warrants are given to ,\ A two-hour talking picture. "Un-I page: 320, entitled "Peninsular From the Sixth Annual Report: which the coastal plain ex-1,I last week-end as delegate from I The .Florida Georgia Alabama: I

''hose who present their liqulda- der the 4-11 Flag," Will be shown :,I' Lake Reglon."This region Is "It Is said that Lake Klngsley I pel. fenced several times In the': the Bradford County club. A resolution i Union Singing Convention willmeet

'">rs Florida withno feet deep, and hat i again endorsing the administration at the Lake City High School ,
certificates to R. J. Davis at '''at the court house here Monday distinctly peculiar to averages sixty making."

the Western Auto Associate Store April 4, lit 7:30: oclock. It'' counterpart elsewhere ., some places In It considerably. I I j I of President Roosevelt I Auditorium for an all-day sing on
night
here ', Incidentally the summit of the':i I was adopted by the conference March 27, nt 10 o'clock
Sunday,
i la Starke. was announced yesterday by County -I Nearly all of the depressions con- deeper. I I I
also I 10 the terminus Ridge Is near Kingsley. From the ,: the delegates had the privilege of'; A. M.
This dividend T K. McCUne, Jr. Theprogram ; tain beautiful lakes averaging at At Klngnley ,
will be the final Agent
I Sixth Annual Report: "Trail Ridge hearing nn address by Secretaryof _
'ItfpOHltors will receive monieson will also Include a short least one to the square mile, and of Trail Rldgw- for here the ridgemet I -" -
on
I. extends a few miles west of War Harry Woodrlng..
called "Hidden Values'' i j ranging In size from an acre to the lake region, and Is considered -
'leposlt in the Bank of Starke :! I'catnre | i Jesup Ga southward parallel to .. Get Appointment/
,
", the time Mo- and a cartoon comedy. The pur-I I several square miles. The region at an end where anuther
of the President's I
Trail the co'>st until It merges with George Washington! Jr. first I). P. and Mrs L A,
I '" ''um in March 1933. Depositors! pose of the picture l Is to stimuli' !" I i extends from the vicinity of I geographic region begins. Carpenter

, have so far. received thirty per Interest In the alms and asplra-j\ Lake Klngsley southward down Ridge Is a geological enigma. the western edge of the luke region -| patented air brakes In 1809. I Davis have been appointed by Governor _

'. I Kven the don't know what Its summit in said to be 210 Cone to nerve ai< member
"I dividends the exact tlon.s l of the 4-H movement and tuj i I the axis of the peninsula for some experts
amount of but its members and all others 200 miles." I I ratified. It feat above sea-level at Highland, !I In torrid :zone where the world 111! of the county flannin; boa 1',1., _
the distribution ne'ctWeek give
I The Third Annual which arid l 248 feet east of Starke Another heaviest. rainfall tikes place the .
Is known. interested In agriculture a real So to our Klngsley goes the hon- Report(
not Liquidetor'sCertificat03
'' t conservative language ) reference, U. S. Geological new moon always 'lies on Its The famous SV.enaan law wa
must be surrendered treat In the way of high grad entertainment or of marking: the beginning of Is> In very

when! this final! dividend Is: received. Admission! will be Florida's famous take: region the savs: '-Along the eastern edge of Survey Bulletin <1912)) "the Kick," In the poHltlon popularly ,; tho! first nurtonat nntt-truat law to

free. same gllstcnlag! wonderland that: Baker and Bradford counties there (Continued on Page Eight) 'called the dry moon. 1 I tie passu In the United StHtea.'IO !.




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I pay Nick Thomas for three weeks wouldn't hurt her would you ? You redeemed, l.c.rdl"l I to ..w. the in t 11 I mi. both Dec wan d.-r I ,, -
BOARD ,
SEMINOLE "
SCHOOL I INDIANS TAKE JUSTICE property do.rlh..d therein wil heHI.l ." ", clii It. 'Hie Slli 1 ,i ."'
loot this term due to illness. I I'm her daddy. When her doll ,
see MINUTESThe It was moved by W. P Smith INTO THEIR OWN HANDS Is broken or her finger Is cut or ,''.ii'I.t house door oil Ute first M.n. I. .... rr of luxdl'urd Ciuin\,, ,I ", '
(III)' In the month of April, tillS, vu levied liion|' and "\"
It vni
and Duronded by K J. Lewis to I can fix I
her heed gets bumped. will. I. In I hue 4ih day of April 18.18. .. Ii I attest hIcl.tetfor, ,",..| '.
Bradford County Board of pay Mra. Krama Hill for two weeks MIAMI Seminoli-s rarely John Osceoln Is a great-great- but when she starts lo school, 111..d thin lout day of Mulch, day? the 4th. day of Amu.i' 1 Xl ,'

Public instruction met in regular lost at beginning of term due to brush with while men's law and grandson of I when she walks across the street 111! I 1IMK,: II f.n, I of I Ihe fi,i.-, J ['
Osceoln the Indian '
I ( OFFICIAL' f 'lALA. ) floor .r I the Court I HIIUM ''"
..88ion nt 10 o'clock with nil mem lenth In her family.It seldom does a paleface prison hold lumler then she's In your hands."She's J. TUU.MA8.Clmli Staikc, lirudford COIIIIM I .M '
In the ;
Seminole war. The I II 1 I'
to-wlt a member of the Indian tribe. of Circuit Court of dntlng p I the legal i hotll, I'*. ni, I I rt
hers :
p'"t'nt' was moved by f:. J. Lewis and a nice kid. She can run thud" f'rd County, L"it'iida. following, luniU '
I lying .
first out nnd i
Osceola cftiried execution
.r II. Moore Chairman seconded by W. P. Smith to lei And so white men are perplexed) I an like u deer and darts about like a :i-ll-5I-4-N.i 'Hrnilford County. 'lu"ld." ,. "

E. .1. Lewis. Ocll l\.funln daughter attend t because violent death struck somovitiiit,, similar to the chipmunk. Sh likes to ride horses .----- much I thereof its I. nei.CNMH,", hiHfv

W. P. Smith Slnrhe School for bnlnnce of term I among the redmen. It wus an execution -'I killing of John Billy. He shot I und swim and hike with me on !uYiUKHY, : (IIVRN: to wit HUlil judgment and 'Iv"

The minutes of the previous The following: recommendationswere investigators said carried down an Indian chief who agreed Sunday afternoons. But I can't be I nil,I I:.Twr h"l t'I inn concern I that I theumli.iHlgmd M'Jl/i:' of NVJl/i of I4e't |i.'n |1" u
meetings were read. It was mov- nut under laws that were old when of I Harold and ofV'i nun 14R14 of N,1,,
received from the' Trustees with her all the time-I have towoik "II'cUln NUI/4 of S\\ I, ]
> lo give up hls.FIOI'ldll land lo theUnlt..d \ttiilcl Lee $ I ; *. will on the of 1"'I"u I .
P. Smith and secondedby Columbus discovered the Iln" "'
ed by W. tind approved by the Board: new States and move to a to pay for her clothes and I
E. J. Lewis that the mlnutea be world. "' of liradfoid County lii Tow".hlp 7 ', H. "
"" y L.
her education. So .
Hellbronn Springs: western reservation. Later Once- please help mo Flit ,, lit .1.111 i I fun' alit hflrii y lo 1'a.l.l:

approved as read. Norman Johns Principal; Mrs John Billy whose crimes were Phi declared war against the United look out for her. Please drive sell ill private 1f.' the entire InteriHl A.O .\T'III': :

The meeting for the first Mon- Sail by authorities to be the slowly past the schools and Inter- "f above named iii. I lions In aimto Sheriff' .,11|| ,"I,
r Luvertla Shpphnrd. Mrs LubediaJohns States by thrusting his hunting I lie i l..HIM I II.ml In ( ,ni nit' i
day In April was unanimously call- Mrs. E. B. Wells. slaying of another Indian and the knife through a treaty calling for sl'ctlons---and please rememberthat 1"u.H",1 I I" tolowlnl. I to-wi: 1..1. KnlKlit, & l\nII11. Ni''I''1"0.. ,

ed for 3 o'clock In the afternoon.Mrs. Hampton Junior High School: beating of two Indian! women was the Indians' removal. children run from behind It.\20., Hunt.VJilch f N W. !I/u IU. 1. Twp. 6 8. 3-4-61-4-1.Attorney PlalnilffH

Lonnle Crawford and Mr. himself slain by a blast from a parked cars."Please will I I lie lie edI
M. W Morrow. Principal; H. B. "This Is I will \ alt itl petition I s
Brill Alvarez were before the shotgun. Police iirresled Chief the only treaty 11 I in.ii petition I I now on file with the I I Till') % 5li., nv '!'in., '
:: I Wiggins Assistant Principal; Ru- y ..._ ___ L h.o.. u. _._ . _.d..n. .. with" _'n th.____. ".,..hlt........ _rn..n".n... _hI._ don't run over my little .-.........A. -,.,... ... U.II. 1... 7. no' 1.'I.nl.n. !I'\ "I.
rsoaru relative to worK uuuv at UII" tflCCUl. woo ney lIalU IIreu ; .
Shaw. fifth and sixth NOItA HAI'l Uuardlan.NO It
by grades; cried. girl. alp.rhi."bril ''A i'' rd'.1 i
Rising School. They requested Floy Sullivan third and fourth the charge In the admlnlsratlon of .1-I I-lt-4-1.. that "AUMI Cltiun, ,| ,"
-- --- -- "?'"
payment for labor and paint usedon tribal Justice. The name "Osceola" 1 III a corruption I iratt ford .'ciii,ty. Florida. In i, ,
grades; Miss Ophelia Bryan, first "ANY MAIL FOR "IK'H OK N' 1.1,1 OP T\\ cerv, eollt.d. Uorothv Ten". .;,
Rising School after the Board The Seminoles of Florida are of "Asl Yahola. "Asl"means tiff I I 1'I.l"
,
liefcnd ,
and second l.
grades. TilEl'UPIlUEYST": ( 'TI'I" : 'lIir.I ,
ordered work stopped until bid the remnants of a proud Indian( leaf and Yahola was a god 1.1n'I'IFI'; fllVEX that the relief 1 being; I;'fl.-: ,,:
10111 11 .
could be received for the work. It Rising Elementary School: nation that fought a nine-year- to whom the Indians appealed In X. IIIH. Jr.. hail filed with me a that State I the defendant ,. a "icuji, ', .
Arthur McRae. We are indebted to a friend for that the tax cer e' Country unltni.Hn '" ,
Bev- | Ih p
Principal
was moved by Mr. Smith and seconded ; war with the United States. The times of trouble While prayingto w'II.1, r"'II..t together with all uboniient plaintiff and that I Ihe,',' IM, ,
nrly Cady. third teacher to be rec- the following account of what goeson In the Stale, of Floi'Ida ,.,,
by Mr. Moore to defer war which cost thousands of Yahola the chiefs drank a omitted or levied I axes* held i'.i.i "
mended later. every day at post offices by I the, state be advertlned and Maid p.'R"nll I process u 1'01 .h.I ,, .\ "iii",
sideration un.il the lat con-I white men's lives! and millions black drink made of leaves. Literally ,n. the higheSt bidder for cash an pernnnllv" bind' cut Pd clefenrlai.I .,

April.Mr.. Lawtey Junior High School: of dollars ended just a hundred "Osceola" means "black throughout the United States: provided I.I I icy Chapter IS2I8! of the IT OHMKUED that II,.. .1. ,I. Id
A freckle-faced girl stopped at 1 37 meetS :,f the LeglHlatliri ant, J. .1. Terry, appeal' i. I n I,. ,
upon 1 1,1
Mrs.. L. II. first
I Futch grade: But the drink drlnkt'& but to the IndiansIt of
Sweeney and MrWada- years agn Seminolestoi'mally I the t real I estate complaint on Iho 4th Uirprll ,,, 0''
worth were before the Board and I Mrs. Ceo Roberts third grade; acknowledge! the sovereignty carried the meaning of a leader the post office and yelled out: I In I Ii r.I"wlll .d""rl'd IWI'd, State ofKlotlda .'\ 11.HS. otherwlHe. a dni..onfeHHO l .. ,,,
will I I be
for of the :Mur- i onteied I .
Mrs. Ila Reale. fourth grade Mrs. who Yahola. "AnythIng any to-wlt : u ,"I'"
communed with
: of the
white .
presented a petition requesting man. They ?" : 11'0' lf SMi/4 Sec. 04 Tp. 6 8. n.I hh. r.1 hi* t.ur. I to appi ... Itt

that the Hampton Junior High Melvin Futch. fifth grade; Mrs. retreated Into the Everglades. and Tribunal justice rarely requiresa phreys I I \ ., containing t i 40 Acre*, IMOIB for,' four, coltHefUtite be publlnhed i I.IH ,.. ,I
"No not this morning. ueeK ,,,
I less. ,
reboot open the same time as Blanche Edwnrds. sixth grade; have lived there ever since. death. Usually, those who know I The 'to I lie Hold are evidenced Iliadfoid' I County P T.',leg i ,I p ''h.

Fradford, County High School In \Mrs. Emma Hill, seventh grade; I In the Creek Indian tongue the the Seminoles say infractions of "Anything" for Jane Murphrey? '"Y ,','rlrh'al.I".p. N u*. 0 of 1933' re- pnbllHhed newspaper, of In general I I., .11. .,,,

Starke. The petition was rend and Mrs. Yenta Sheffield eighth grade. name "semlnole" means the Indian code are dealt with by "Nothing. aee't represent unpaid ,rln'I.'a."I"'SI'R i liradford i "'"nl,
lilacs for his 1082! to :
ranted on motion of W. P. Smith. Brooker Junior High School: I i wily or "wlln erer." The "runa-I such punishment as depriving the "Anything" for Anne Murphrey? I iiuth l I tU'IUH'V"' amounting.ar. I I to $3 1':1:i. I my hand and <,|rr"" I ia
"No. ,\ of H.. .t ss Couit till-I .Mii.i l i ",
ida 's SWV Sec. 35 < I"I
seconded by J. II. Moore. Mrs. Agnes Knowlen. Harmon tribesmen were erring one of his trousers for a ... ___.....__ ..._ ___ u.._.. __.. 8.. '. A". I '.' .... .._ ,.n 1918.
It was moved by J. H. Moore Morgan MrsMuriel Norman name because they broke away I period of time. or for more sert-! "' ''Ylnw11' Hm" .nul'p"rey f A': ;I'en. niolc, ;.r. IHHH:.A.. U i '01.1(1.\. .J.ilfAr)

Miss Mildred Morgan. Mrs. Sorchie from the Creek nation of Georgia, offenses "No. Not a thing. Th* IlX"8 to Ix Mold are evident, edl n'honniH.
oils banishment from his I 1"1 of "Cm
and seconded K. J. Lewis to Com
by I l I
"Anything for Terry Murphrey T" hv i ci' tifitutr" XUH. and I II of 11132 'ul .
Mrs. Lubedia Johns for trans- M. Baird Miss Anna Laura Kl ton. and Alabama. ramp or family. ail, I iii.t:I "-,' ': and reprenent' Bradford I, Fi I .,Mi\.,
pay _.. _____ I "No nor for Pat Murphrey nor "p""lv.'y. T FRANK LANDKfM
The following petitions for election __ .._ the Inl.nld t. the y""r 1031to A I for
porting pupils to Vanderbilt School Mlorney L'iaieit itt.
for Dennis Murphrey nor for Pete I I l'M7.! : both t lnrliitlvp.I amountingto t .
for 15 days at the rate of 11 cents were received and read by the Mrs Estella Hlnson, $6.00: Wiley $120.00. repairs Elliot Fisher $2.01. for 137.2H. -4-1.

mile.It Board: Groves $4.00; Mrs Madeline Fri Sanford' Murphrey. nor Paul Murphrey ALSO.): SI, of NWVi of SWU : op-' '
per $12201: Hall : tlili
Company nor any Murphrey dead living, Kec. 3; 1' 68 K. 1 19 K: con- 0'1'1'1

was moved by W. P. Smith We the undersigned taxpayersof ar". $6.00: Mrs. Murrlel Thomas one Todd Checkwrlter ribbon and unborn native or foreign, savageor I.inlnl 20 Acres, more or I"H8. (" T\V Bill ItKKftennle 'e:. :111:11:
Lawtey Sub School District No. 2.00; Mrs. A. L. Crews $2.00 Th. In."" be Hold are .vhl"n"t SOTI' 'ill: IS
and seconded by E. J. Lewis to ; .15c postage $2.65; Bradford barbarous male! or female, h)' certificate, Noa. I and 10 of 1933UK T .1. A HKRKnVHIVKX 1 : Thai

pay Roy Tomlmson for time he 3 will present' our petition to the !Mrs M. D. Harreii $2.00; Mrs. i County Telegraph advertising Job black or white franchized or disfranchised I'l.l.l: : reHpectlveiv. and ""Ir..ent IIrt'IIO I IIe"lln.:. issued holder the of 'r 51..I, i "n-,

transported the Butler girl and Board of Public Instruction of Fronnle Johns. $300;: Mrs. W. H. printing, $17.20: West End Grocery naturalized or other- 'the'0 In unpaid:17. both taxes Inclusive for ,the amounting years 1931'0 ,.." .,.. A. 1'. !!9:12.:): hl1'1.I. day'

Bradford County. Florida at Its Bell $6 00 Mrs. Pearl sat 15. tame In mv .rtlr.and has m.i, .,
discontinue the extra drive.It ; Simpson. Store groceries for :Mrs. Par- wise. No. there is positively iilvaiin I a tax deed t..

waa moved by W. p. Smith 'regular meeting at 10 o'clock A. M 00; Mrs. L. R. Edward $2.00: ker received by Mrs. Warren nothing for any of the Murphreys 1.ld tax centitk'ata omitted together or Levied with ; Hiied. theieon Said certlfii.n-t. ,I I-,.,,n..

and seconded by J. H. Moore to M. Monday March 7. 1938 to ask Mrs. A. W. Broughton. $2.00; Mrs. 2.42; E. K. Perryman coroner'sInquest either individually. jointly or severally .. KubHequent. wil be sold In the hlgh..tbldr..r ','u ity nl. .'..In th.the follow County'I Ing deHcrlln of I Id f. |.i.p'|''

for an election determine whether Leah Nettles $4.00 Mrs. Edith the C'ourthoune door In Stale .If'd
: $4.60 Starke of "
; Florida
print a list of warrant issued each TelephoneCo. now and forever one and on the ISth day of March, to-wir
month. Mr. Matthews agreed to or not Lawtey Sub School District !Moiley, $6.00; A. F. Griffis. $2.00: .. telephone court house and Inseperable." I I I"'k.:: at I II :00 o'clock A M.niileil South ter of Southwest Half of Southwest, (JI.I., .

print same for 57.50 per month. : No. Six shall consolidate with \frs. Floy Thomas $6.00; Mrs. jail $10.70: Dr. W. B. Parks. In The girl looked at the postmaster I'IR.' : this the 20t.li day nf Feuruarv. lion Twenty-one Qua'I.Township I,. s<.> ,> _

This was to be effective at once Woodlawn School District No. Bertha Crews $01 00; Mrs. Willie matter Insanity Viney Johnson and said: ((WJ'ICIAJ. SK\r.) "U.:".,t South, Itange T..u.. ,

with the printing of February Bight to elect three trustees and Wimpy $2.00; H. C. Green $7.00; $2.00; Dr. M. B- Herlong matter "Please look and see If there Is f'lerk. J. ThOMAS mare rOllal"lnl T. "'> uu.i-" ,.
of circuit f
of
warrants.Mr. (letermtne the mlllnge to be ns- I'). J. Phillips. $4.00: Mrs. Mattie Insanity Vlney Johnson $2.00 J. anything for Clarence Murphrey." ltradford County)., Florida.ol.t "h., nHKeHHment of the nuld i" "p.

sensed against the consolidated E. Manlre, $2.00 O. C. B ::1-4-3t-3-18. erly under the said c.rlrl. ah.i i I..
J. I... Anderson was before ; Kelley Rowe matter Insanity Viney Ozark, ( Ala.) Star. xiierl WIIH In the 1.0. .,. Kill., .

the Board relative to gas and oil District: $1.00 n__ :_Mrs._ _Lillie. Collier... u $4.00; Johnson $2.00; E. K. Perryman ---. ua 'rica' i'IICII'r fni. ui .'OR brew.red, .. KA. ...L .

furnished to County owned school O. W. Roberts. J. L. It.ureJJ. airs j 'aiiy fringie vit.uu; JVJIB.. matter insanity VIney Johnson. In normal years Ohio farmers HK ,,, OIVn.- --11.011- 'i-med..M. mu, .r..n.to I.IH"f.'" n it...

buses. At the meeting of the Oeo. K Young Louis H. Hill Mrs. Inez Kelley;: $2.00; Mrs. Evle $2.00; Sternberg's, material Bradford use about 323,000 tons of commer- ll> ,. O."Lamb('II\M and('KHV.Kltxnbeth : Hold propeity to the.. 'cordh.I. therein will, I I I.

Board of February 7th. Mr. L. J. Louis Hill J. C. Prevail, Thelma] Tohnion $2.00: Mrs. W. S. Parker County Sewing Room. $18.31 lul fertilizers. .laincn Lanil. her huHnnnil .com. t house dour highest.. the bidder fit'*!at Mun.this i

Green was given the business aa Prevail Carl Carter. W C. Wootr 7.00: Mrs. Jean Cask Ins, F F. Stump material W. P. A -- --.. VSInnioH .Corn pIe man tm dm In the month of Atotll. "I'i

low bidder at 17 1-2 cents per gallon T. L. WalnwTtght. V. R. Red- 200. Total 17200. Grand Sewing Room. $1800; C. B. Roberts %0'IH''I.! OF' %I.R OF TVOTICR \ \ .' T.. Whllnll. et al whlh tinted IM IhlH the 4th, day day of of AI"F. II I".. If..

dish L. II. Futch C. R Whit Total 115700. ( sw: iFt'4Tt't M:: : l : IMVI5V TOOr ISIS 23.r. U.1.
for gaa and Ranolube oil for ehead, material \\ P. A. Sewing : ': 1 IS: HUUKHV fllVKN:: that O'I'I"J > IIJI.UY, Or.w Reildluli and (Opi-ti 1.\ I. KRAt.l

fourteen centa per quart. Duringthe W. H. Edwards. Agriculture Room $1885: ; J V. Jones. material If i Foitner: him filed with me James t. 'Vhllngii. and each of A J.

month he Increased the priceof T. K. McClane Jr., Salary for Sewing Room $18.64: Plummer's 'IfUatiH wrllle".t. together/ that with the all tax subsequent cer-- them, If 8 1 If dead to theunkllo.n Clerk Tlln\S.lh..1 Connf, P
Petition For Election devisees, legatees, n""dtord i
oil to seventeen cents per quart. February, $7500 Total $75.00. Grocery. material Sewing Room omitted or levied taxeH heldV Kianteen or h.ll.assigns of each of the 2-25-St-3.2l. 11", ,uli

:Mr. Anderson agrees to furnishoil We. the undersigned taxpayers I Grand total. 60000. $1396; R R. Thetle material Sew the State" be advert Ined and Mold above named d..r.ndunIR. that a suit
.>f Woodlawn Sub School District I to the hlghent bidder for cash anorovlded halt been filed against each of them 1% TIIK: > >IR OF THK
as follows: Race.! Track ing Room. $16.17: F. F. Stump. by Chapter 18396 of the In the Circuit Court for firadford mn: OK PLOKIIttl

Golden Shell Oil in. cans. sixteen No. Eight will present to the Board Florida Bank at Starke one-half material sheet County Jail $3.75: the'0):17: Ri'tn of the. Legislature' real ...upon (''.nly. "Florida by ":I"b..th U. It appearing, bv affidavit f.I..| A ,.i
f Public d..H..rlb.d Lamb and her that
> Instruction of Bradford tulowlno .tnl. husband certain In .
J.m..A
cents net- Second distribution Race Dr. J. SUjpvnerlln, examination hi *1. of Bradford, State of for the to Hi,'ad ford ".11. (1Ic.1 i'.ant.
Track I..b. purpose remove County, I,. i h..n-
County Florida at Its 'lol'ld. II
i Shell Penn. Oil In cans twenty- regular Fund. $2,000.00 and glasses for Helen Adklni. 1"I..r.IA. t to-wlf ,'I."d., and nnlet the S 11. to the ceiv. entitled Fluyd Iteglntei, I.I.M.
:meeting at 10 o'clock A. M., Mon- Total 200000. I L:, of tOg of FL, W of rolowlnl three cen ts. $1050: Standard Oil & NK' of $ 1.1" liefinlrn"
Grand total. $3,830.00uenerul Company oil I..k. JL. :NWt, Iliadford County Florida, and I he relief
lay March 7 193A: to for for "dn. '
ask
an ( TI', R S n P"I.d
"K.
containing
Gas priced at eighteen and one- Court House $48.69; Mrs. Fay to wit: Oivorce.' : that Ih. .. > '
i a
halt election to determine whether or I Fund Clll ten / Acres mote or IHHThe |i.ili't I I. S, S, 4. I 10. I It I and 12 ,reHld<.'nt of a Stale' or, Counti nl' >
cents lens one cent seventeenand Alex days hospital bill clinic. taxen ,to be Hold are evidenced.v of Fllock 4 null Lola t. 2, 3. 4, known, to an-
Cross the ,
not Woodlawn Sub School District Pauper. $2.00; Kate .. pl"IIlrr. ami' 'Hi.
one-half CentS net. $20.00: Ogsle Prevail Pauper '.IIr..al. SIH. 4711 of 19:1: t re- 0, 10. II. and 12 of lillc 3 of A. there no si."t. "r
No. Eight shall consolidate with Mitchell. Pauper $500: J. F. Dur. $3.00 t I''''th reprewent for I" .MMiiex'x I Addition I to Town Florida service I.r.on of Ih. .
On motion of E. J. ; Julia Crews t pi-rnonal 'ii.-"
Lewis i.
oe .: I Pauper $500; V.MUS 19:11:% & (ill. both Inclu-, of Fla.. ala, lieKln at upon whom would
Sub School "Ial'k. I"'
.nwtey District No. 'nd
ended by J. H. Moore the bid waa Pauper. $2.00: Will Hughes' Quigley & Davis glass $1.70, putty -<|,... amounting' to S.O 05. H'n, h.a"t corner of arayette the sail Id defendant. I'"n.l I I:-
Six. to elect three Trustees \Id In'l' tlflciilen' together with 011'11
and
determine and AelnmH St In Town of ir: that the defendant
given to Mr. Anderson because of the millage to be Pauper, $1.50: A iron McQulre 25c and crayon lOc. $2.05: all I "iit'st'itiCnt| omitted or Levied Siaflce." and .run Southernlyill..nit 1 later appear' to the bill/ r" !I::: ii.
assessed '
better service and the changed against the consolidated district. *300: Mrs. J C. Box Pauper Qulgley & Davis one-half rent of I tax Uiddi't",. wilt at : CoiirtboiiHe Hold:: to, :, the door bighenl tntiiilc 210\ HUM aide of Alun. Si Hljilnt' 'it, the 4th d.y of '\1"' II P I''rn-
ft fur ,
price In bid of Mr. Green made at.J Dalton Carter $:.1.00; Mrs. Mary C Thomas, Pauner. FERA office March 15 to Janu- <" I *. on t : 25th day of Illr..h. I tli'me I In name point of h.IInlnl.. olheiwliie'.entered' a agalimt decree pro, confi-,.. -,, a i,.I
former I ary 1. 1938. 1750. ""'it': .uti I I 11.00 o'clock A. M I t., d"'lon. her ti i. rn
meeting $200: A. F. Griffls Pauper. Total 145321. 1i. Inndx of 1.I I titeutueiith ne I. uppeai.' that (IhN oi.i, .I. i ipnhllMhed .p
3. toil thin !itt
M. Rosier : the Ih ot .
day Maicli.
II was moved by E J. Lewis and M. D. Carter $3.50: Mrs. Belle Parmenter $300; Grand total 1549331. ItinMFFICI. Kant S3 line">BTi of..Tom Went.i'tl I 477 land feetto ".., weeks oi. .. In week the tl'' I.111. u... .,i iiillve ".
.df4
seconded by W P Smith and !Mrs Geneva Prtngle $2.50; Mrs. Fine and Forfeiture ( M, :AI.I I thence Noith on ":.I.t line of Cntintv Telegraph, newspu.M, I ,i..r
S. \ .1 I
Thompson I qIIMas.Clerk Hull) land, :'IT'i! fei t Smith I line g.-nenil, 1 .., I
unanimously carried to have all J. M. NormanIt VV M. Hodge Pauper. $5.00: A. C. T. Frank Landrum. salary Coun- of ('1,1, (,,tsrt, of of J. Cl. Alvarex'd' .Addition to I I Itiadford, t I'.ulnlh.. p.bl.h. .1 I i In

purchases f.r; Board of Public Instruction "axley. Pauper. $3.00 tv llradford, (' Town of Htarke, tlience Knulernl :,
was moved by E J. Lewis : Riley Johns Attorney $25.00 and eight con v., : J'IO'hll.a.t.31.3.z. WITNKSS: my ,hand and f ,1.1,.
and I l\ on Hiild South, line of J. a. ."al| of nald Coillt .."I,.,
approved in the office of S3 00: Mrs. Loller Todd. Pauper 56500; Dr. W. B. Parks I thin F i I.try
,
salary AMarcxf
seconded by W. P. Smith to hold Addition I iiml piiill I I J.lrd ttlIN.,4Ft"IcltL
the County Superintendent before Election to determine whether Sub $2 50: Mrs. Daisey Rauleraon County Physician one month. \OTI(CHHTIFM1TK'K: OF CtE.1: OF f\\ wit It l.nf.lvette, i St. 607 feet or ; SKAU)

the purchase Is made. This will $2 SO: Miry Rowe. $834 J B Ih""Rh."I." to point of heirlnnlnir A. J. THOMAS,
Pauper. $2.BO : Rowe. iTtPF.; ,
School District No. Eight would : guard at Jail 11.InIY (I IIVRX tniit contalnlliK, .1 and ( I t' / ('
serve as notice to all merchantsthat Miss Irzona F.* J Wynn h mevrlt- 10/11 11.t 11'11 C..H"
consolidate with Sub School Dis- Thomas Pauper. month February $3000. laundry at en; lerineHt% that tl.d wl certificate acre*. nton or |l'-es. naid IlIad ford (' FI'.i d.! .
the Board will\ not be responsible $ .OO: McKlley: Davis fall February $2. togetherlth' b.lno In SWiof! SWi' of Soc. T ..I\S.
Pauper 50. $32.50 A. all nhHe I.A/PHl'M
trict No. Six. Said election to be ; O. |iient oniltd 6 .S H. 28 !:. A rf
for anything purchased by :advertised for four S3 00: Mrs. Ethel Johnson Pauper Andreu feeding county prisoners ,<" or he levied taxen held by the A nil vitu anil each I of you, and all I -35-5t-t-25. .r., 11'n I

Tiuatees or any one without an approved consecutive $500: Annie Murray. Pauper. $66.5; A. O. Andreu, telephone Illghent 111. a.I..rl..I canb and old to the pH."n.. I In I IntereHt, are" nI"'r, ''HII -- --_. -- .- -.- -. ..-
weeks and to be held Tuesday, h..I.r an provided .lu.1 II i "PI''I' I In ,' on 1% TIIK % IP OF Til
purchase order from this April 5. 1938 at the Woodlawn *2 1\0: C. S. Griffls. Pauper. $3.00; service, allowance mileage Marl- I'Iy.( 18246 of the t9'17! actHif .Monitay' A I'I 4th J9.1.111. to answer il' ,TK: OF KI.OniKti K
upon the follow'ng l ., .
aid ,
office.It L..IH..tl.. II
'School "eorgla Walker. Pauper $2.50; anna $24579; Marcus C. Fogg tn the 111 ."plllll BO .xhlhl"dal' app.n'ln" by arld\1 ril.,1 i PrI
House and City Hall In d..I'.1 ,1 ..Ial. .. I that
In.t you difendantn. .
was moved by W. P. Smith Lawtey. The for "hep \VI g. Pauper. $5.00; Mrs. board one month Alvin Robinson "ida"". twitWit II'nHIl'd. ,State of Flor ami there In decree of. thin Ira.fr"'f, County,* 'lr"11, CIMHI i 'I',ii''"
managers said. : ',, Plo'ldl.
I and seconded by KJ. Lewis to elections to be loll Williams $2.50: Arthur New- $15.00: A. J. Thomas board of sni',, of Section I Tp I ulI-t, In will further!Ii., .nl..r'd aftalnxt you. "nll.d. ..co. ,m\'. I I'!"'.
: onlerml
: pay Mrs. Wells for time lost due ".ars. Pauper $200: Rosana one month Alvin Robinson $15 00: 7 S. II 21 ,r.ntl l. ...IILtllll I 80 t I.I be piiullMhcd' once' that a week thin no- the tiff. ,relief\ piaved I II. Mny for Hefenil.ini, P I. .'n4.

'I to Illness of her son this year. WOODLAWN- Thompson Coleman. Pauper $2.50; J. B. 1. E. K. Perryman cost County Act en.Icc.tnoru. t. or I.e tennThe four, ,'nl."cllv. weekH In the that the I I..r.nd.nl 1M"being.p-i.l.-iu lni"' .1
evidenced rnl'j
Hold fitltl (
It was moved by W. P. Smith to I alton Carter J. M. Norman Carl Mantis Pauper $3.00; Lilly Jones I IPlllDer. Judge's Court $37.22; A. J. Thom- i l.v ""IIrl"II. .VOH. .. I 1 or IIU4: reKpeilUely per having a 'pl"Irph.general, a"'op .' .I'lalntlrr.Slate or" Country that there unknown, ., i ,. MI o.''P
'HUard. in. ,p. i ii
find
-_ I $2 KO-:: Mrs. Hearer_ !Satin' I AM. nulrl T.till r>fth rf CIRnrt Tn- .. .. ... .... ..' .1".11 taxcn.L L r. ...ml., 1 .1UII.h.r! In Iliadford ('ullty. Ill 'lIlM Bfllt,. lf 1.-I..I.I.,.U..I L ." I

LAWTEY O. J Phillips. R A.I $5.00: Mrs. Annie- -n Green-- roPlluper. tal $321.80. Gr/--nd-T'ial-i/; ; 87.73. '..lamount" ';; ,; !;ng; to SI01:Oil.. '1'1' I I-,IOI fioii' and ordeied' II Stnrke, Ft.r. I I pnrHonal. 1".o.-H-the upon" v,'lu.n., ...,r'li''i"c.li.i.lIy .,' //.1.

BUSINESS -I Orlffln V. R. Reddish. Bob Blan- 'Pauper. $2.00: Mrs. Ida Chase : -.- __. h_ __ ___ ill I I Said Hnt>"Heitient.| certificate' omitted I t together or levied with i 1.1 I IhlH 2Sth cliv' of I"pi,. A. l>. l'lU! ,IT. m OlfnIUD hh.1: that wild the tl.d..r.I.f I,P ,'

hard. 'Pauper. $300: J. H Manning, Patter ..* ulll .' Hold I ID the highest (WFtrH.. .1 IJ\.I I\alh' :1.y nppeur to I Mi. I." t "
"MY; MTTI iltL" ,"i' nt the Court 'I''OM"R. "l.l"hl on I the 41 h tin > ,i \ ,.
Ellery ftupp was before the'onrd $3 00 Resale ( .h" honne" door I In Clelk,
; rarlton Pauper I!9' .
We 'I..ult Ol.t. .lh"l'wl. decree -
\ ( .\nmt:' EFFKCTIVKSAFETY on the 2Mb day of .. l inill ,
DIRECTORY relative to the transporta- 5.00: Typewriter Service Co., I Ills, MI t 11'1 I i o'i.loik A M ;I"r.h. I I': l\. P.1.I..t, man. C.lnly. Flotilla, ,\ be <''I..1 ariilnni, l h., i I t '

'Ion of his children. The Superntendent Planning and adjusting Royal ;MESSXOK: ism"".t.il Ihl. I the It'th day nf M.in. 1-4-4I-.1-2S inlli'Itin. .. for, Complainant.' ,I'uillui'p. 1 1 m> once lo do,a thai wc.U' I InpiililiHlictl ,-t I.", d. ,'

was Instructed to see If Typewriter $7.50; Walker. Evans I"'I"I"'I\ .I..nl". i\eekti In I Hi ,It,, .t, I P

l' ci: IHII.VKJ'llil **''! extra haul would interfere with Cogswell Co. Litho Blanks postage One of the most effective edl ci. J.fF.I -"t'i: tp mil:.. n.....-. ; '.,.11). i''lt'Miuilihi. |, | inwnnii .\\ *-p.| ..,r' ",
rk \.1'
t.f Circuit .h..lall"n. piil.li-l
the Insurance and to notify Mr. and Ins., $10.18: J. L Harreii torlals In driving home th. safety I In."..ford County,Court Florida.of 'llnlel, and" by 1 IH: 'IIU'I(1'J: :: I tried' i''t't County i, FloridaVIT.ViH4 .

q"PJ> at once If it Is satisfactoryor JI' burying colored pnuper.1 i I message Is one that appeared rR- 1.1 I':1.a-2: 'vecutlon iHHiilnii: out. of hiI.n.1"unrlei"Inll- neal\,, of 'said: my( liand and 1 .1, ,I

-M his children to continue all they 7nO: A. J Thomas Clerk's Cost I eentlv In the Etiffiula Ala. Tribune --- \-or-I-t-i.-: --- -- 'I'lilrri t tie Kt'ill.hid I of lt'Iiit I the Circuit' ('..n"1" of the I ? A. I I'. I HVIft:'fll't this I I'L'l.l < I

arid Entitled "My Little Girl" and llv: I Ihe Powerenled i In them circuit of Floi, Ida, In "WJ'I', 'I \I. SKU.
are being transported at present one day In Ct. In case of Daniel 'loHrd' of I'nMIc the mil for I 1.lr"'o'l Count)' I In I CHIIHB,' .\. J.

Itot'v..lt Dell was before the i Thompson $903.; E. A. Winker |I addressed "To Every Driver of an "<.,id I I Conntv h.-,',11..Irl..lon.1. "of election llrud- 'herein Its' llei 1' ,'!1""!'C,,wh.r.ln" I .1. M 1 fIm" nto I Cleric''IOM.\R.I '"" '

In Slerlli/eil n..tll lea switch reflectors etc. Automobile or Truck" It wa re- 'n l.a\!..v Muti t Si I HlHtrlct No .f Sliivo Cllaen( Hank Mradford, (C'nntFI t
lonril $7.93(
relative to wan plaintiff
a new building at : ; ; ami T K I T, FflXNK
I nrlnled in the! !Sanford' al.1 \llwn Knb M'hnoi I islet rh't I lat fli llr I > tA1tltttl
.. The lissu'e Tlint Ref...ihe. V-Uer: Onk The Poard Is to visit .\.. J. Thomas Sal Clerk 575.00.j'' Herald and I N. R I, h. h.I.IIrl 1, iLlS: nt I "hc"pnl WI ., .r.nd1 ami the said Attornev for Plaintiff,

.*i... Frhool and decide at the next "tamps for County. $8300: |i the Ocnla Morning Banner as fol-I the cut' Mall of I.nwtev I'ntnal. saul ./ H..'.I.I..J and I to II. T I -2-2.G'.3-2:
being
I I, lows: ind at I\Vomlhiwn, School I I Holme -. In -
meeting what will be done former. Salary County Cornmies'oner. '.. determine" /, whether or not District if .or..d I circuit the office of the Clerk "

WE ARE Mrs. Lucile Johna was before the $30.00: H. V Saxon salary I. "Today my daughter who Is 7 'I Vo S Him 1 Ii 1 .L'onHnlldate with l.awtey "',tI flt V. Flurldn,c'nnrt I have for'let'Hradford led I Notice, .. 0"1'1"Iv..n I t., .ill,,. .. ,,
PRESCRIPTION HI.'lrl No s to form I mule concern I .
one connolltlated inil will h.tv.ul
onr explain certification : district, to elect three truMfeeH th highest and l reHent anv and all ,clilmH .m.' "
EXPERTSCARPENTER' 'f NYA girls at Brooker and Lawey lory Thomas salary County Commissioner : I. She wore a dark blue dress with and determine the amount of 'he. deHcrlbed bent bidder for 1/1 the ..tll. nf MfH." K ,V J O-:' ., ."..
Ml I lave to be r.llwlll II" countv .nIt' ,
iiHHeRHed Ih. Judge of H'
I :) '> and to ask for pay for the $30 00; J. M. Rosier. it white collar. She had on black I, : diHtrlct al''I'n'I'HaldoiiHollilnled I InC I The :South-went c'unlv. Florida within >' ,,0,

rirls who have worked In the caf- salary County Commissioner I shoes and wore blue gloves. Her two yearn The mlnal..r. for laid North-HeMt, Quarter"Quarter of of from, date h."t nr Maid P iii',

TUB RRXALJ STORE .*. The Board explained thatshey 'riOOO:\ : T. D. Dyal. salary County cocker spaniel whose name Is election L,will wleyO be: Thlrly-two, In Townnhlp.Section Five he ,bn.d," Maria by law.tnVe'dV Man. I .

were not In a position to pay 'omminsloner $30.00: A O. An. COOt: pat on the front porch and J Phillip also l.ulh.The liaiigH TW""IYon. Kant: I2xecuti>i

.. 'or thin I 'ret,, Sheriff with County Commls- whined his canine belief In R A. Orlffl South-half. loulh.halt, of the 2-23-4t-.1-U.
the
I, .'R" A LtKKI1AHOI.I FIOTGE5 expense. I foi-, V. It ReddiHh Ntrt h-east __ __
Quill' ter
It was moved by R. J. Lewis loners. $ ..00; N. D Walnwright IV of education as she waved Pob Rlanchard ail or t the the Soul nrlh.h-m'iist...' Unart.r "IITIrR OF SPPI.I(" SIlOS

> K. LAWRENCE n by J. H. Moore tony Registration : started off to the ThnmaNPalion .Vorth-eant. (Quarter (l less l..enii. Bill >.. littl
< Sara Mott for two weeks ex- >n" month $:\\0.00: Ernest Byrd. hall of learning. Carter five act, In I the Rn", NOTICH: IIKF1KBY. OIVHVV .,'"".'
II..r.d Heal !:....e ....._ tornei > nf '
Ta route at Brooker.WARRANT. ilury Janitor one month ItO 00: "Tonight we talked about .T M Norman Townnhlp H"'lu.South Twenty-five. I \ H Falh. holder of T.% "
school J'h. flange:
KK1HTOMIIKK.Iirs.: : .'1.... ._ _. .Voman's Club of Starke allow- She told me about the girl who sits t-l Carl HII.rdII.H.1. .or tn-enty-one... _...u "n._ _.. :"41.. '., I h. Hal. In .inte\ :N .' f. issued iitt hn the_ 7th til' d"l lniriiNi .
.
-- tees Library expenses, $1000 In l'ttit: n. I d.y april. ':'n niv office and inns M I t'i,
front t :
flfv! : of her the girl with yel- MM'KHOK PPI.lr TIO\ I'"u t.I" Ih., rrlul dnnr nt Ih" 'Ion, for: n la it deed '..'I'i.. ,.A
: Light & Water Plant. Light tow curlsand -r "A" I In Mt ''k.. t"irldi hereon .. .. .
F. C. HollingsworthHog LIST ind the boy across the ...'Ol i> :nnf slid ii,. Mactie t. ,be. .ol.t Slid certiflcalhe '
water
for Court .n. nut o. 111:1): .lh..r S
house and aisle who makes funny fares She Mr"i'iil ., .. ''u..ly .r ron.wln. d..l.rlh.d pi'DIi'
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I the
.hll. $39 06 A. MI-MM.-HY: IIIVK.V. Thai. ,lIlu.'ii" thereof Bradford. ?'tl< '
JJ ,
: Thomas 152 entries told me about her teacher' who i'it Smith holder of Tax (Certif Ih. ,a. I I. flm"-s'mlt, In Florida. ti -wlt:

And Hominy \\llow' I'ennlonAllowance. Indexing and 152 entries In- has eyes In the back of her "'al. No lT' (Issued the Xrd day of ..11..ry. to i'ull. .'sscuution .n.j. Kant: II AcreH" of Lot Th.. -
head August' A. P. Mil I .nd h. dhiuing th" .'
'I"ect. $30.40 hal filed name ii'gal .1' lion Township .
: Bradford h.ur. :
Hardware and about the tree In the school In my office and ha made .I sit Hiifge, 91 Kant ,
Mrs Ruth Marr. $6.00: Mrs Co. 100 feet hone I Ion' for r appllca- I Thin 'ml day. t.f 1930 contain nu
FARMS and nozzle I yard and about the ii tax deed to be issued A. February. .i'r&niore or leu*.
I big girl who U.
'tittle Crlffls $4.00: Martin I.oml- 112 CO: A. O. Andreu. thcieon lea 1.1 certificate I PIn I : The aHHement ftf rh '
Ilrailfoid ,
Insanity and cloeim'l believe In Santa the "h.rlf. I.'on ii t y. Florida .
Claus '
We ileNcrlbeil l. rlv und'r ,
.lowlll said 'Irl.
ollx 9200 I cot
Mrs. Nellie t..
: "uroners .
:he (
Starling. inquest, $92.76 Johns hr..1 I 1'1".11. HiiMd '
: talked
about a lot of Ihlngs- tremendously Trul.rd. "' .atl I wan In of .>
\100: Mr Nona Brown Dyal 1 Walnwright. Insurance -I Florida. to-wlt: '1 1-1.6/-1-1 I PI.I.lff. I I'nleHM ald e"rt nam.ifii'at'.hii II
Denmark 5400; Mrs. Kate Jail County : vital. unimportant Lot I of Itllf 5n Ita'""ten It. ,.. Ii 'leem.d ",', lo law Mi.
Slarllnjr. $2.00: 3 years. $60.00. H. & W B. things and I IP W ..r HWIJ WW, nf -- ',rtv d.', 'nr.lnl '
: then will
Furniture Co Urn Kthel Johnson. Jrt 00: Mm. | sTew Co five dozen legal blanks. we mudleil spellIng of SWI; H--tlnn"84. i:,-. I I XflTII'K lJIllii'l"s IS: ; ; H \l n '" I Ibe highest.. Ih.r.ln bldila. "I'holse '
rending. arithmetic and thento tii:", of ye:' P. MKKKIIV: : IIIVKV I p that
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Mary Elizabeth ; A frln nde, I door on the First( l '
Wynn. $-100 n 00 N and .
Mrs.Anna D .
\\:.. Are Kerelvlnt. New, ; j Wainwrlght balance bed VIdi "f \t':', nf SEem j 'v.'It ,.r .. '"I. 'utlnn 11"u. ," ha' ,,1 I, 'he month if Anrll 1". *>\w''
Baxter (600; Mrs. H. F 'luo 1036. S l h) I, In Section 1..1 h) jml the
on tax roll. $152.91. .k. 2.1 Town't.n 'h .. 4th dav of April 1">1SMated
E. hand
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tnck She's back and ...
Re Sure there
} Kxery Day. to -
now back In Mitnth .HI| of
flange Jl KnM .rf"'al
Refilling. $4 00; Mrs Delaney Dick- V Hayes balance f Th"..m flerk un'J this ITth day .if Fis
due
Sec It Before You Buy. on 1937 tax the nursery sound asleep! with The a.*ement of the said prop In and for 1 nit "" I :in.
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nw-n. $ OO Mrs. oli
; Dora Taylor. $179.93 K W Hayes one Princess Ellzabelh 'rl under the cutlet .rtlrh.al. 1 Id i. nn thai Ira.l. rd.IIV HFFICIAt. SF1 St.)
._ S4.0O( Mrs. .trials a doll.CUl1dled > .1. wee In the name of El I ..rlal Jndirm.it of ret I
Dale> Taylor JJOOJ( ; I jtoith advance 1938:: tax roll In her V. Sharpe. 1"1 i rind in public re"OI'd., of A .1 Til. f\ .
right arm. You guys. Unless ford County, Florida "hrad'i rierk Circuit ComRrnrtford

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I / STARKE, ,u>'Ib ) MCCH 18. 19S8 NUMBER M ..l.: .
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STAFF Meet the Seniors BASKET BALL Mammy Sez: Society Junior Class NewsI I STATISTICS GIVEN ''I :dr

i.I/-\ro1RIN'ittF.PI'ItANCE3 PEEK SEASON OVER ON GIRL'S TEAM It \:
'I GEJtALDINK Miriam Guy Frances Peek, Harriet -
MORGAN Wells folks all de! looked We have been' '
gals Bishop Edna Pearce and Bob having some very I .,'
I r tIRIETiEEY80N111EF Geraldine Morgan, who was lobely as usual at the dance but enjoyable home room
vi programs
ti { : Geraldine Johnson when school be- "')'nn Is. Star With Long spent Sunday afternoon in Team Played 19 Iame': I i
dey won't look as gran' as dey will concentrating on courtesy, at I '
EDITOR 118 Taint. Gainesville. Won 10 Lost
.1I'IETY. (DOT) BISHOP gan is a prominent member of the die Friday night at de Junior-Sen- school' at PHI lien, and at home. I /'
H ttlltIET Lillian Mosley spent Thursday Only It ,
Senior Class. This I ,. f.
young lady !, lor party when's dey wear dere We have found several rules of /
ur>nTlT::! EDITOR Well, well basketball Is over! j and Friday in Jacksonville \ !
comes from Hampton where she 1111 'I"\\J
PLUMMBRiTRIlARY I i new dresses But a few ob dem courtesy that we feel will be helpful v't'
BILL order to keep you from forgetting The old red suits have been : 'i
has always lived and probably will Chnlker the weekend -
Johnny spent
I I I gals wore dere new dresses Friday at the Junior-Senior Banquet.We .
: EDITOR live for some time to come. our team and the splendid record ,I, couldn t wait to in Mlddleburg. i also learning our packed away and the 1037-38 season )
MAS MANNING j dey jess wear are busy
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t II: .I.A they left behind we are going to : I l
Geraldine likes a good time and I dem. My, but dey surely did look The basketball team and cheerleaders '' das, long, which we will sing at of Basketball In over. We have : '
EDITOR give the schedule I
JOKE you year's scores J I' .y
KPN A PEARCE will be recognized by her partici- and a few statistics on the team glamerous. Specially Hazel. She were entertained Saturdays. j i the bnnqut't.Vo hope nonA of had a very successful season having i '' "

_.l'I:'IAt REPORTER pation In all forms of fun and also Itself. I habed on a dress dat looked like It night at a delightful supper given j)I the Seniors will hear it before that Miss Stump an coach. W. '' '. ,.1

| MIRIAM OUT by her witty remarks. B. H. S. has j were make out ob sliver and diamonds by Mary Edwards Doshta Smith night, because! it will just spoil it.Island" thank -nor for all she has done In 4
to look
"Gerry"-as she i li known to forward something crushed up and sprinkled Marlon and Helen Dowllng Enza helping us play basketball. \ i : '
to In the
forthcoming all ober her dress. Weaver A time was had by
EDITORIALSATTITUDES some-likes all sports and also years. Basketball Is on the InclineIn good because It wan a good We have played 19 games won I

I dancing, swimming, and school. our school and the foundationupon De gala sho' nm gluing excited all hat attended. nesting place for all of the South's 10, lost 8, and tied! 1. We have j I t

She has made quite a record for which they are working is 'about de corsages leys gwaning Doahla Smith spent Saturday beautiful birds that stayed in our won twice as many games thisyear ,

i herself In school, too, and her you iind you! Are you going to j!,! to git de night ob .ills banquet. night with Enza Weaver, of the community. It WitS also called a as the years 33-36 and 36-37 ', j i ii

atan teachers admire her for her studiousness 'I Some ob dem can't near a corsageon State!* Farm. "Wild and Volley Jungle." but combined. I II
; support them In tho future morel i
and attentiveness del' ebenlng dresses 'cause dey Mary Edwards spent the weekend this in exactly what we needed toan.lp '
affects thefrlWla of the I
Hero la list :
as a child I than you have In the past? Or ; I a players
',1111111., you make. As a youth It As for her future she had hop- are you going to "laze" around and< already hab flowers on dam so dey with MArion and Helen Dowl- us out (of our drowsiness.The Orine Padgett (Star>)> with 239! 4 j'i '

m' the amount of attention ed to become a stenographer but say "they had a little luck, didn't 'I am going (to wear ilese corsages In Ing. next morning tho sun i point, Elizabeth Phillips Marie .

-ff, K.t m school and so. how only time will tell whether she will they?" One of the best basketball dere hair I sho' think dat will Juanlta Barefoot Harriet Bishop wan .shining beautifully and the Crosby Mary Edwards, Donhia I I

?"? business reach this or not If this is what bi sweet looking. and Harriet Benson spent Saturday branches of the trees were swayingto Harriet
;mil',, 11, you learn. As a i records since war time ((1918)) Smith, Marian Howling.
Your" attitude affects your she likes, we hope she will makea i has been made In B. HS.. this Speaking ob flowers--all de boys afternon In Lawtey, where and fro In a cool balmy breeze. Benson. Zell Collins' Hazel Brow, I

nHd., ?,,rk! voui' fellow workers and I good one but she also likes married ,year. Will we keep It? dat went to de basketball supper at they\ visited! Christine Cutshaw. I\R w<> three girls rode on to our Marjory Hall Lillian Stump, E .- r

.-mployers, and consequently life, so, Geraldine we leave I Doshia's house, hab on pretty red Vernle Phillips spent Sunday In ,' adventure.It telle Mott. Doris Henson' Jo Ella
vow! Some of the boys will be lost
succeed. this to but whatever roses In dere emits whened de)' I Georgia and Knra Weaver. i
?,? well\ or poorly you up you you through! graduation, but there are. Doris Strickland SundayIn I' surely was an adventure, for Berry,
do think it will be coined to de dance. sho said spent
xr.) ,itntuile can determine whether we a success. many who can fill their place. I Dey Just us we were beginning to thinkwe We all think U we had a gym
Lawtey. I Igam"
..,"'m mHrringe Is a success or a The boys who will be lout In Aprilare i dey hab a grand t1m' an' de food Wilier Mae Thornton spent had picked the wrong spot' for that we would have won all of the

faihii'A? good attitude would VESTA :MCRAE : Captain Dan Hazen Nlram was really good.De Tuesday In Jacksonville. adventure( something really happened H. We are all hoping and :

oak! von It loved old man or wom- Vesta with the looks and abilityof Wynn L. O. Jones Sidney Shu- gals all sho love dat Bob Harriet Benson was guest of I that filled a dull day with wishing for a gym next year and )1 i

,11 instead of a burden and both- a good stenographer Is one of ford Reese Bradley, and Bill Plum- Long. He am so sweet to dem all. Miriam Guy Saturday night.an excitement. Just us I was making Joking to winning many morn )

,.r t in. the world In general. You our most promising seniors.If mer. All of the boys who are And sho buys dem luscious Ice I a quick turn around n huge games.

wr v.nir attitude makes your fa- you don't know Vesta, you leaving say "give 'em heck Tornadoes cream. Take a hint boys if you : swamp I heard a terrifying noise I I

un1 .'xpresslon sweet or defiant, can easily recognize her by her we're for you 99% ((1% want to make a hit wib de gals airplane and evidently the which seemed to make the whole and they thought the snake would ,

our walk brisk or slouchy, your black wavy hair, dark eyes and tax), JOSH buy dem a double dip Ice plane was skimming along at a woods vibrate. Of course I calledto crawl away.I I I I r
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iction kind or revengeful dark complexion. Wynn ___________________148 cream cone, cherry flavor pre- fast clip. Ho crawled slowly toward tho others who were, I thought, obeyed orders, but somehow I

"hencefore. above all else develop This friendly young lady has a Long, G. ________________ 87 ferred also butterpecanWells the door and tried the handle n shott distance from me. I was felt that thesnake would not leave

a -.weel. forgiving attitude toward personality worth talking about. Hazen __________________ 82 !', do you all 'member ours badly mistaken, however, for I for a long time.

,ihi> 'world In general, and see how She meets everyone with one of Long G. __________-____ 6-1 telling you about all de boys dot It was locked! No doubt about could not see them or even get a I

much happier life becomes. her sunny smiles, and does that Torode _________________ 17 our gals met in de Lake City bas- it''! Being a boy that could keep response.' By that time the terrible It was then about twelve o'crock eat. {
make them feel like a million! ketball ? Well Lil Edith cool, he leaned against an empty Hound' was getting closer and and I had not had a bite to
-' -- Griffis __________________ 3 game but f I''
From what I hear this young hab hud som ob dem done corned mail sack and collected his scattered louder I peered through the thick The hours passed like years,
1'IIOIiIlT'; '" FOR WEEK Shuford _________________ 10 still' '
lady Is also liked over In Alachuaby ober an' see her. ( thoughts. He remembered under brush, and what should I the old snake was! enjoying I i
Plummer _____ __ _
l The men who prove them- __ _____ 16 himself in the nt the foot of ;
gen ,.H lobe miracles of genius, a certain young man who drives Priest __________________ 9 Well, folks, guess my column getting Into the compartment of see a large (tree a few feet away the tree. nun I .

'inrust been miracles of labor. a black Chevrolet. Nice work Wooten _________________ 4 was jess about de Banquet but dat the army hospital ship. He had wiggling his (old ugly body through After about two hours I saw ,
been overtime and : the bushes his 'i
Vesta! working beingso with tail
of wisdom Is that Bradley _________________ 1 is all de talk at de schol now. sticking the old himself and
The- snake
: sum A he had decided to takea In the air and rouse if
most unusual straight
thing about Jones __________________ 1 Yo'Iammy.. sleepy, up making
lost that Is de- I felt like
"r'' time is never Vesta is that she doesn't like danc- I ., nap. not thinking the plane that terrible nolso with his estimated slowly wiggle away. a I th

tot I'I, t1! to work.-Emerson. ing, but, after all, her other hob- would be used until the next war, ton ruttlers. bird out of a cage: '; 4 4I
Total ___________412 Wondi7Why
.1 i.1Ilake:\ your chart before you bies will make up for this. She We I (which he hoped would never I threw my bicycle to the climbed down swiftly from my 'II I
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-' n,,11 t Know what you're after be- i likes swimming horseback riding come I So talking about surprised ground and Just then happened to old nest. I jumped on my bicycle I 'r

!" you. start for It.-Herbert'' and meeting new people. The lat Elementary Echoes John Arthur has been so I he was surprised Strange see a large three n few feet away.I i and called to my friends. They 't ll

;ivmfmani; ter accounts for her many friends. terribly happy this week-end ? i things; crowded Into his already let out a scream and ran for It. had been waiting for me under a ;

i Oenlus can never despise la- When school Is out. Vesta will FOURTH ORADR Why Fran didn't dance at the brimming brain. I was up In the top brunches large oak tree When I saw themI

leave old B. H. S. for New Hampshire Last Thursday we had a class (dance the other night Suppose the ship was being stol screaming at the top of my voice. felt an though we had been sep I
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"> Today Is yesterday's plans -but, don't worry, Vesta, meeting and selected new class officers Why Miriam's favorite song has en or was out on an emergencycall Before I realized it I looked down arated for years.

action.Through. for we won't forget you, and we The new president--Marjorie changed from "Thank For The In that case he wouldn't get saw the snake under the tree und They had saved me some lunch
put in which I to I
know, that If they like you thereas Sue Mlddleton; vice president Memories" to "My Heart Is Tak attention for a week at least. became more frightened than was very glad get.
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well as we do here your life's Jerome Johns; secretaryMar ing Lessons"? Suddenly the droning ceased. ever. noon devoured every crumb.

the Keyhole work will be a big success. Ion Manning; treasurer-Roger Who sent Edith a telegram to Someone had cut the motor and It Watt three o'clock when we .
Just then I heard the distant
started home. On the I said
--. Ma thews. school Friday? I now the struts were clearly sing- I I way
call of one of my friends. I tried 'I.' that I believed. that I would be
Whew! Is Starke getting popu- One !in 40 of Lon- I Ing. Just the correct sound. for not ,
person every Jackie Russell wan eut of school ----- -- I to answer but my vole seemed to 'I.I bored for a long time and If I did ''I,
lai" Half of Gainesville was here don's population is either Scottishor and OMITTED: a good glide.
last Thursday Friday. bo stuck.( I just had to set there
tho of adventure I
get feeling
i
Saturday night. The better half Irish. Hazel Whitehead's name was He felt the ship touch, bounce, I
Marjorie Sue Middleton went to with my heart throblng so hard I would not go to Bird Island. The
says) Miriam. left off last week's! honor roll of touch and stick.
Jacksonville Friday afternoon to that I could feel my temples bulgIng others agreed.
This banquet and prom Is goingto Florida's rich flora Includes the week-end. the Junior class.Themes Peter the mechanic and auxiliary The cull came nearer and
spend!
valuable elements from ...... pilot, heard an Infernal noise
he
be "the berries. It will a many --- -- II
all last week with nearer and noon I could see the IT IS DANGEROUS
Our room was '
full evening with the banquet crude drugs to pasture grasses and from the paneling of the mall com- : "
colored flowers that were! By Eighth It I. .... .. .. ..II arae7'1.T07'.z .
bright Taking his colt 45 from girls. By this time I had calmed] a "
Women'sBreakfast. from rare ornamentals to forestsof partment.
and the Little
..
prom sae .. .. .. three ..rf.nr.e.t.
We'd better get lots timber. brought by the students.We Grade StudentsIn its holster he curiously approached down a little so I called and told! _.... .:.......,. a.. tone
had two little visitors last and asked a..1 a..e5r 1_ tbe. .... row lone
..if beauty sleep for the big event. the compartment them of the danger. They told tc.r ._1._ .se .. vrnrlb ......

Everyone missed Fran Thurs- with such attractive hostesses, Wednesday Dottle Sue Biggs and Miss Jacob"' Eighth Grade "Who there?" me to be very quiet for a while .r f...r tTUTU. .. Lnrh as a Ml'ItS! M. ,

day and Friday. She gave some Peggy Caldwell. English classes we are writing He was answered with more -

'it us a scare-thought we'd never too.Do you realize that in a little Gery Starling has been playinghis themes This week we were to furious beating and some vocal It

heal that sweet voice of hers over four weeks school will be Jews harp for us. He plays write about something exciting woik. BOREE FUNERAL HOME

again. out? The Seniors view it with real well. that happened to us. We voted Finding out who It was, he Tall lint ef rtuikeU Jk Undertaken Supplies \

Speaking of a scare they say tears the rest of school with some Evelyn Newsome went to I and selected the two beat themesin quickly unlocked Bob's prison and AOlItVLANCK SERVICE ]

Buddy Bishop and "Mud" Gallo Joy and some sorrow. Well, well Gainesville Sunday. each class. These themes will croaked, "What in the 'Sam Hill'are DA Y AMD NIO1IT

way have lost weight lately. Bud next year what will happen? Who Last Thursday was Bettey Tur- I, be published In the school paper you doing In there?" 53 PHONE 5.1: !i

dy can take It but "Mud'! That can tell? ner and Wanda Pearce's birthday. i for everyone to read. All experiences "I've been sleeping. What are" O. II. BKIVNKTT 1\fV.

Tennessee lady better hurry up So until next week I remain, They had a birthday party. are true except the one writ- you doing taking this plane up? "A HOME-MKR INgTlTIJTION"J

and get well. your B. H. S. correspondent, who Dilly Overstreet Reporter.Mrs. ten by Buddy Davis.n The answer came "Been tryingout -V9" I''!

The basketball boys are all in thinks that if we all want a good Hart Tencher.FOUKTII the landing< gear," and so' Bob'srfde ,.

lavoi' of giving Sampson City Junior-Senior party this year and was over.

three cheers. There's nothing a In years to come, we will make GRADE ".\ Kxcltlni Adventure"By 1
'Basketball boy likes better than this the cleanest party yet. We are leaving the Netherlandsand Carrie Belle Bennett "An Exciting Night"One For Expert RepairingSmith's

!i''.t* of food and when It's in thehape With not ious of love, beginning our vlHlt In France. After a day of monotonous traveling night my sisters and two
of their friends were out on the I
Our teacher has been reading
of a basketball my my! and Peeper. my sister, Elnora, my cousin -
"The Dutch Twins"!!! to us. We all' front porch talking when they noticed
Lorcna, and I ,stepped from a
it. a box. They thought It wan
enjoyed
swift bus Into the gath
traveling
In language we are learning to my daddy's cook-box but all of a Garage
ering darkness The darkness was
where need- sudden they heard something move ; ,
THE WORLD'S GOOD NEWSwill use commas they are ghostly and we expected to nee a
ed. in It. At first they thought some-
come to your horn every day through mummy swoop out of the darkness -
Leon Gray Jr., has been visitingIn one had left Rome puppies. Finally Phone 120
THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR Apalachlcola. and grab in any moment.It they got nerve enough to look Into

.lit Intirnalitnal; Daily; ftnaifapirIt was late- later than we wanted the box.
We are sorry that Doris Sum- Wrecker Service Day Night I
records; for you th. world's chen eortfttmrttv do'.nci. The Monitor ner and Addle Tyler have gait! It to be. We hud expected to Mother, daddy, and I had not or I\i h
does not exploit crime l or Mrmatlan, neither dote It Ignore tnFrh arrive earlier ana had not notified I
but dean correctively with them. Fuluree lor but n.n and all th. school. finished supper and were still seated ...
tamll,. Including the Weekly M+gaalnu Section. my aunt and un, that we were at the table. We beard< a I
_____nnun______ ______________u_________, ._ Gloria Cooper Reporter.Miss coming. '
Edwards Teacher. scream and to our amazement, we I
The Chr'Kttnn/ rlrnea Piihll"hrn, Soler' We were heavily 'f'n' with suit
saw all the girls come running in I II
One Norway Streak Bonton MaMHchuelu -- -- +-- ----
I Pl.... enter my aubicrlptlon to The Chrliilan Science Monitor for Despite the low purchasing power cases and other pap els It was with a box. They sat It In the Pause..at the'

I a period ymr M orI 00 e months M SO! ) 3 months n 26 month ,lie of Its masses, India buys more very tiresome to walk along the middle of the table. In it was a ti
1I'.dnudaI..uo Including Misxlne Section.: 1 tear II to. I IMiiee. tile I American tooth paste than any deep rutted road. We were frightened strange baby boy that someone

Ham.-- other because It kept getting darker. had left on our front porch.
foreign country.
: < I __ ___ .. ._- Once my sister fell down and We named him "Bobbv" After I .4-- --v : 1 : *- ... d 1 )i
Add.... ---------. re coo er
: -- with mud much to
---------- -- wan spattered several XttJLJ.JLJLJLJL4a.JLIt's
Sfmplt_ Cop"afa '' R.y.al-W Chinese farmers, who compose' 1 days daddy went to Jack-

j almost 80 per cent: of the 400,000-() ) ) her disgust sonville and told Mr. Canova (a

;y =_ !KJ' j):: iI8Il.. 3 a 000 people In that country, own an I We were about a mile from a detective friend of his) to try to
., small town of nondescript buildings t e .+
find the of
average of half an acre of land I parents Bobby. Bobbywas ,
each. The roads were 11"8ertoo i left In an A and P box. The

and badly In need of repairs.We detective traced it to the store
-'- -
( 'ducaOonft SuRCrllLD carr; 1 ha'ndllof hogs being were very close to n small where It came from but the manager -
opening In a dilapidated fence
loaded in trucks or wagons for told un' here was not a chanceto ..
I when we thought we heard a voice .
shipment to market will mean less I find the man to whom the box ,
a call out "Stick hands !
your up"
bruises and Injuries for the animals was given Mr. Canova checked
II child U eleven years old or younger. We didn't need more '
any
your the and found the
you can assure his education by a nominal and higher prices from the II I Ij agement and w began where hospitals Bobby was born The nurse one ,,
buyer. f'ncour.'I'I
with We will send check [
deposit us.
Y \f monthly I If our lives depended on who had nursed Bobby told 1 us his
> la him every month while he b In college, away. We dashed parents names. Mr. Canova told
t and even make the premium d.pc U lor you m.r fence at with
t"i one stoop, our suitcases
I. us we should not try to make them
i 1 U you die or become disabled before paying r. .... -- "ptDw-ir.: ...IZoettu'ar1etd ., banging about our leg*. take It hack for they might kill

0 0 % II op yourself. I r 'f. .; Suddenly my sister's voice came him.Ve_ put ,him,, In the ITacrgr ,
Send for our free booklet on cost at repre i "...1...:.'.....,... \. "ot.. I from the darkness asking us to I Home.nn -Later- we- went-- m to see-him.nag I

a.ntatir..ducational Institution .. V J .. !? ,. ,* -'II We waited for her
stop. and ask-
., .. .
", T.. i it r ..J After that a wealthy couple, who 'r
j J nfrom t' a 101?..,. II )mir .In Ir ..u .f"* I Iad her why she didn't run. She had no children adopted him So '
//u. r'' .. ....\.w..j 'f ...1 I r
SIGN .. ..... -- ... ...... -, tt.a ,. r.... '''.ju '' i said It was only an old man a king after all Bobby was given a good

> 5 ,_ - - t.. .111 4 .. '.it'iuIn .' ..11.I 'l.-.,... a.wi..u.. .. and | us If we were the Warren home and parents who loved him.n \ il/I &

I "u'oIio> .. Irony .r t.j foment "d.. children. a

MA'' GULF LIFE INSURANCE CO. I ...r...OJD hl"JJ tne. .,e: .e", oaroag"J.' '. ol..n.. kn", !, We reached my aunt'R bouse ".\ Exciting Trll the high sign of refreshment -Ihcfamiluir red _

I Jacksonville Flo. Vou mny utfrr n.""_" hfciu. .h.tpr !'' without any more mlAhaplt. By Margie :Mathews cooler, filled with ice and frosty bottltsof Cota: -Coltbringing
.,... ... .....
TOD jUTJthu ,olu !U of dun the that around the
refreshes
Y I fAtting, up flight, _veiling, puff\ rtruflundT One dull Friday afternoon three you pause
(Gentlemen
th. .)_/... wok, Dirvaiu, w i I girls and I decided to do something corner from anywhere, ee
Inlermatlonfold.r
FREE ,
I. Pleas. tend me your pUyerl .lit.
c' I In luck fnrm It ll k.rt,r te r"'lv on "Bob',. Hide" ; the next day to break the drowsy
I on Child Education. Ba. .c.Ulm than on .omrtblnv !_ Uvnf, I I By Buddy r avl monotonous spell which had Teemed ,
,. _____ I .lily known. U.* D.a.'. Pill A mutt!- !I When Bob woke be beard ,I to have fallen over' U8.Ve '
'(. ._ ;,,g __________________ nod* oj rratofu/ p "t4ImiV I.oei..e4 !' up a i COC.\-<'OI."I: ,
l I / *. AftOtMf'f.t"\btf\\ continuous dr nlng He slowly) planned to take lunch and ride ourblcvclfi I4 ,, :

:",' 1 ------------------ I opened his ev> and lcor k ,in his to Eerd Island, about three j nO'f'fI.ING COMPANYI. I ,
tI'tJ .= a
-"- surroundings He was The small miles! from town
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1,," .. PAGE FO(; tir.insvran cot.VnTlLEfJR.rll.: i4TA1LKE. FLdBIUA. -- __ 0I -- __ ..__ _._ -- ___._ --- .--- FRIDAY--. -, MARCH-- I&, IITaI
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i;' Joan Silcox Celebrates THE HAPPY POOR I and he begins td dream of happiness wr tcb- wbo--h8s untold --=

: ( 1 encouraged In terms of $50 the weekt with which to tempt and t11I1JI\II&\
belief shrewdly
There Is a &
I + Birthday Anniversary i FAVORITE by persons whose nests Give him $50, then $100, then his appetites but can no lonller 1'IIttry

Soi ety'j Little Joan Silcox, daughter of are feathered, that the rich are $.500, and his reactions in each desire anything at all.Th,. K,,.

Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Silcox, celebrated 'j RECIPES uniformly unhappy and that true case will be Identical with the re- ends of the Waverly Pres
JL
action that followed his first Increase .
her fourth birthday annlvraary I bliss Is found only among the --. --- -
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Friday afternoon March 4, when I poor The genesis of the belief Is In earnings a transient There are 30,000 lak.. ,
her mother entertained for her I I I Orange PuddingMrs not In the envy of the poor as Joylousness, an adjusting of his State of Florida. In ,Ih*

I with a lovely party at their home : Pate Gasaett sent us a lone might suppose but In the disillusionment sights, and then a complete loss
W. M S. Will Meet | Marion Brown Is HonoreeAt '1 --- +_
-
I from four until five Wclock. !..frs.I recipe this week that Is certainly of the prosperous.The of the kick. -

I At The Church Birthday Party I Silcox; ,us 4 'a variety of Spring: :'i appropriate for our county and for habit of prosperity is much I It Is true that the rich are not Stars appear to twinkle brc.u, "

Sod Little Miss Marlon Brown was I flowers in decorating h me.. |i this time of the year. This recipeIs like the drug habit. When a man uniformly happy Their possessions of disturbances In the (t-anh', at.,
4 The Woman's '
; of the Methodist Missionary church wllmeet the honored guest at a delightful I After playing games on the' for orange pudding? and if it Is who has been getting $18 the afford no joy for the simple ica-, mosphere.

ely afternoon, at three birthday party Friday, March 11. lawn the young people were invited as good as It sounds we know you week has his reward Increased to son that they are accustomed to I ---.. --- --
Monday Into the house for refreshments.The will make it frequently. them. The thrills life has to offer
when her mother, Mrs H. C. week his and his enlaiged -
thirty o'clock, at the church. The $25 a ego Nitroglycerine, the
dining room was gaily decor 1 cup sugar are to be found only In the poweifmplosive ""x.
Mrs. W. A. Fischer, Brown entertained for her at their purchasing power combineto unusual Is also one of the
president ,
ated and had as Its main attraction 1 cup milk scalded moor' n"
will preside over the business see home on East Call St. Marlon cel- fill him with Joy. This Joy remains tent heart stimulants known
<
sion. Mrs. L. A Davis, chairman ebrated her eighth birthday anni- a white birthday cake decorated << 4 teaspoon salt with him until he becomes The thing that makes life en- : lla _A---
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In buds and 4
of Christian Social Relations, will versary at this time. pink roee eggs accustomed to the new order of durable In not possession but the Blown trout grows tWice
four candles Birth- 1
pink "Happy cup orange Juice
d&
have charge of the program. All A color scheme of green and J duv to Joan" was written in Dink lpackage sweetened lemon things; but once he haa adjusted /desire to possess. While desire large In New Zealand as in
used In dec- himself to an Income of $25 a ... .. ,..., Eng._
members urged to be present. VisItors white was effectively .L Hah usntpra__ _, ,vat all .* w.
letters on the cake.Refreshments P- n T'u 4 .
gelatin remains will "
will be welcome. orating the home for this occasion. I week, the thrill of It Is gone. He nope remain also and land's trout originally tviced
-- ---. Spirea and fern were the flowers I of cookies, cake 1 teaspoon grated orange rind. discovers that many desirable I I while there Is hope there Is no I I England. cum. fm,,

that were used in carrying out the and punch were served to the Combine sugar, milk, salt, and, things are yet beyond his reach, boredom. -----.
Baptist W. M. U. To color scheme. I I guests. I well beaten egg yolks. Cook over I If ever men become Intelligent A species of trapdoor----

Have MeetingThe After playing different Those Invited to be with Joan hot water stirring constantly un- and learn to measure! riches In I I which Is native spidei,
many to
and India
In her new home the members .
Odessa, Olentha, and Mallory -I til mixture thickens. Pour over I terms of AU
kinds of out on the lawn were : happiness, they will tralla, Africa
Bnptlst W. M. U. will hold games I the tea guests surprised Mrs. God- envy I and South America
folk invited into Thomas, Jr. Clarence, Elizabeth gelatin and stir until dissolved. '''the man who has little and de- !I ,
their regular monthly business and the young were win with gifts. Spring flowers kills small birds and sucks
and E. L Johns Bobbie r Cool; add orange juice, rind and sires ''hair
H program meeting at (the church the house for refreshments. The ; wera tastefully arranged throughout much and pity the poor j blood.
Tommie and Mildred Edwards stiffly beaten egg whites. Chill :I
;
colors of and white
were repeated .
next Monday afternoon at three green -
the house for the occasion. -
In the refreshment course. Marie and Margaret McKinney; ,! thoroughly before serving. I I I -
o clock I Five
progressions were played. AS NEAR TO YOU
The birthday cuke was iced in Peggy Ann Feagle; Junior and FLOWERS
Circle Number Three, Mrs. L. ACanovii Mrs. Sanford Ritch won high score
leader, will have charge of white and held eight burning Geraldine Silcox; Edna Coleman; I Townsend NoticeThe I prize, a rack of refrigerator cups, I I AS YOUR TELEPHONEFOR I
Lucille Kite Keltura A.
candles. ; Raymond ; I '
4. the program. green regular meeting of the and Mrs. Pendley held low score ALL OCCASIONS
J. Strickland; Leslie, Lois and j Call 123-J
Miss Maithu Powell assisted I Townsend Club will be held at and was given a novelty nautical
Mm. S. E. Sparks, Golden Jubilee ALL ORDERS
I Lillian Thomas Johns FILLED
; Dorothy ;
the''
Mrs. Brown in Serving an Ice I ash Mrs. Godwin served I .,
chairman, requests! .the memDers j-ij-tu.**.BA.. tftil.._A cm oaf* I Edward Priest; Ellen and Mary court house Monday .night., __._ .tray.Hm___ amimu ARTISTTnAT.T.V- ----- _TTTnMm\TTr! '. < AT T VPROMPTLY
--- w eo-----' 21, and some business course 'U .U4&.04
to come prepared to make a Meisereau; Idell Landrum; Charles Important
contribution to the Golden Jubilee Those invited to enjoy the after- Elizabeth Agnes and Julia Aileen is said to be scheduled. Friday night the Woman's Club :

fund. noon with Marlon were: Janet An- ___e. under the direction of its finance .kf !
Lawson; Lois Wise; Sharon Hall; Qj
derson, Betty Ann Flynn, Madge Marlon Vivian, Barney, and Betty Births committee, of which Mrs. Vance MRS. L. G. POWELL, Starke
_
Food Sale Brownlee, Peggy Ann Wiggins McRae; Ronald Andrews; Mary Mr. and Mrs. Roy Griffis, Law- Geiger Is chairman, sponsored a !

Circle Number Two of the Wom John Boring Billy Smith, Rebecca Louise Libby; Jeanette and Billy tey, boy, March 9. bunco party. Spring flowers were

an's Missionary Society of the Simpson, Ona Demorest, Marjorie Thomas; Mrs Alton Lawson, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Leonard Prevatt, i used to advantage In decoratingthe

Methodist Church will sponsor a Manning, Leroy Harrell, Bettyof O C. Thus Mrs. Violet Thomas, Lawtey, girl, March 15 club boom where eight tables of

food sale Saturday, March 26, in Mrs Betty Lou Kirkland Mrs. ----. players enjoyed the games. Prizes Notice To DepositorsOF
were awarded to Mrs R C. Drew
the store formerly known us Jessie this circle and Mrs. W. H. Leslie Libby; Mrs. Doc Edwards, FLA.
Mae's, next to Canova's DrugStore I I I Smith, of Sampson City, Is finance Mrs. Cecil Thomas, Mrs. Melvin STATE FARM and Robert Kite for high score,

Mrs. L A. Davis is leader chairman. I McKinney Mrs. Marcus Feagles, MM. Bryan, Whitfield, Cor. each receiving pictures. The low
I and Miss Doris Silcox prizes were given to Mrs. Ivan Ha-

:T .---.-- John Dillaberry of Jackson- gen and J. C. Booker a flower THE
BANK
HAVE YOU READ? ville, spent the past week-end with holder and novelty key ring re- OF STARKE
S TALL Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Glissen. spectively. The refreshments consisted

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mr. of sandwiches and coffee. (V
MILK 20c GREEN'S STORE "SHADOW ON THE LAND"by Kite
I and Mrs. Morgan Rlcharde, and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lander and
Thomas Parran M. D. Warrants for the
Surgeon final
I Mr. and Mrs. J.. C Wallace enjoyed their son, Joe Allen, spent the dividends of the
General of the United States
5 LOS. Cash & Carr#" Public Health ServiceA week-end.fishing at Lake Kerr during the week-end at Mantanza's Inlet. Bank of Starke will be available to depositors -


SUGAR 25C I Starke, Fla. syphilis.simple, straightforward Facts are given storyof anda Honoring Mrs. L. E. Prince, Wednesday, March 23, at the Western

program is set forth for ridding Mrs. B. C. Prince was hostess at a REAL Auto Associate Store.

America of this plague, which Bridge-tea Monday afternoon in

WE CAItKY .\ COMPLETE: LINE OF QUALITY FEEDS AT strikes one out of every ten adults. the Club room which was made attractive ESTATEIF Each
: for depositor must bring his Liquida-
the with
party a pro-
THE VERY LOUEST PRICES i SEE US BEFORE BUFINO.rI .
"THE IMPORTANCE OF fusion of spring flowers. YOU WANT TO tor's Certificate.

LIVING" Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Whitfield I
rn,.,.. 'Ill --Atie7A I BUY SELL OR RENTJ
1:0 2 hv Lln Yutflne'' had as thplr__ riinnor__ OTlpflta Mrmdnv,. !
I UIWIA UL: STANDKDACK tic A wise and -witty;;-Chinese, well Mr. and nn Mrs. N.un C.- 0----Glade ----u-T of Jacksonville SEE US-

j P CAN I aware of both East and West, t R. J. DAVIS

brings forth the suit and flavor, The Farm Bridge Cluu met with I WILSONREALTY I

I and tang of living to enjoy our- Mrs. J. G Godwin Thursday afternoon CO. j i Liquidator Bank of Starke I
selves
I and one another. This book Because this was the first
MEAL, 10 Ibs. 20c i I GRITS, 10 Ibs. 22c will be reviewed at the Book Club time that she had entertained them ..- I
.. .
I I meeting next Tuesday evening. -- -- -... .... .1W" ,
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I NEVER IN THE HISTORY OF DRUG.STORE MERCHANDISING KM* iMfeKt tvtK bttN MN tvtNl EQUAL TO THIS eoff
'KK "THE WORLD AND MAN AS II ONE CENT SALE I IR7

", 10c SCIENCE SEES THEM" I

Edited by Forest Ray Moulton ,
COFFEE320Z. Specialists have written this
*
book for the layman, opening wide CARPENTER'SA

the gates to the fascinating do-

mains In which they spend their

OLEO, lb. I2/ c Apple Jelly 20c lives, various physical and biological
t MILLIONS Of PEOPLE FROM COAST TO COAST WAIT fOK THIS SALE TO CUT TUB COST Of LIVING
sciences! '
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t.

"THE NUTMEG TREE" / 1N.4NDS

Ground Meat Lb. He By Margery Sharp /

The role of "Julia." a very lovely EASY TOKEEP 6ETSR/DOfHfADAfNES MARCH

prig in this story Is to be done by PUE/TY. /N A 16 17 18 19
I I ,
WE PAY 3c BELOW JAX MARKET FOR EGGS Gladys George In the forthcoming Full pint sireMsscal'S 49<* vw0r loo nuuti&t *

I picture to be produced by M.G.M. Hand Lotion ASWRIM TABLETS<& /

11!? PINT sue LvzaLrP '
r7 ISSAt1 EEAUTT AIDS
. C. NORTHERN The.above and many other new Ago rex Compound r er-M ...J,?,. r.,

BEANS II. E. PEAS 4Ic fascinating books of all types and A plaru.IUti,1 S I / "" nr 1 Fore Cream 51. .

BABY LIMAS tastes will be found at your Public In.iv. 1 F Q Excellent for quick v M.....1.0..... .r.. :
Library in the Woman's Club 501-9 ox. size hind .ofl Leal- t ; 'g Face "'0-/"" %11VM.J. .
Keep *
your
Building. Open daily except Sundays 8 Of ntur*Adhesive Powder fort o old y .M era '

JERSEY: PACKAGE CHARMER CAN from one until six o'clock p. H.Id.6lwtr.bfrt. Z 'p and lovely by using this she., neuralgia,.etc. uu l race Creanu. ;16.
,.-. > lotion,regularly. aENA ,.... ...
CORNFLAKES 6c I m. Get a book or join today. raoouzr ". I
COFFEE, 4 lie ..1 0{ pack pf 60 Tablet! 19'M+r,,RWA uJ D.."....I ;
.
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O1LLtAlZieb{
Starke Grove Meets "R.Ori i..l ui Ch.... .... ). .14PIMt{'Ire pae4.i ottHSctrlt 25'.t.. Lat ref /issJ b4 Oil Sham" ,="".,

......... .L-SI,. M SSOr I.
.1eMNd .ItA PePttonaru
"fl T7 The members! of the Starke Napkins ,..... "
Tonle ry v" w>C'.M' | M 1'rA'
Rice:t. r lbs. Grove held their regular meeting 25.- .L tiu(1"',SoWflil.arY 2 / a 'J.It.bwrMa, "Z Mf 26 Tooth 2I46 Pitt.t a.tdp lanai 51. ,
c the hall with the tl'P
f Tuesday night at tfl Y.loa.
e. A/er/ ...... ...r.,1.V
guardian, Mrs A Griffls, In the For .1.! .! cull :z c"26'k "'..._, _1.-> ......,. .'
chair. ._..__" .... .........' ..phe.".....1...."
WEDNESDAY ONLY W ..,...
S LOAVES I QT. During the business session it 1 A.-cAONAAMrleg 'er ''

BREAD 25c S. DRESSING 20c was voted to charter a bus to car- FLASHLI6UI >vjAKFS GARDENIAFAEPoWDER 0'F USE JrpAt1ER1ES -
BABIIESGRDw a.dm Rrbexa ,G J.ONCLUSI' .
ry the members who wished to at- r T>a+A S00KLENZOFACIALTISSU S EVEiQy Dqy ,

1 tend the North Central. FloridaDistrict. 49 i
1t v****** A..In.rdl.r rj pen>l. i. Plpf
q f8Ibur /
t 2fOR uA.pRArR Ze
convention, to Lake City. brpi. arty .emu r..u.

BACON BEST UHITK, 14c The convention will be held March rash beuRrn.hht ATn' 1 L9,, .M THURSDIAYO-NLY ?JJ'/: 1S Jutwjhd'A.txattfxo(1

: POt'ND 30. Mrs. Dora A. Talley, national hod Live lr;
president, and Mina Abbie Holden, 3J. ......"':11 I I "r .. !
y
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special field representative, will be ; t ioit STATIONER ",,,""M. 29 Ali
,I LONGHORN I 14 OZ. TOMATO: at the convention. u seta Y "...,... Ji TrDelfa.e
present *" Inb

CHEESE, lb. 22c I CATSUP lOc After the adjournment of the I Shav Cream rIL.i For addidon.l those Viumin j nAea.,..}personality. correnpomlence high; quality. Ii"I'!'I 1,,IPII;,'II;,I II Iit, grime a.a!p 0 f125 Ruh 4ilIR

meeting, a pleasant! social hour 2 and 25 seyni fR
A
was enjoyed;, by those present. I s/r er _
"" u.lit T frSATURDAYONLY'V ('
I CuarunteedQ {
VNTEEI) -- --- .A .O
xruL .I Lee! '
Flour 70c Club's Azaleas Stolen *** A RtxAll PRODUCT S 'DOUBLE .1' '
COMPACTr69 (
Ibs.Prince e Iw mr"
There are all kinds of thieves in 9;:; = deM/h' rlNMs A l ro p

the world, but none peihaps MILK oF "I ., 9tSJUt A real bargain at .n AreAUc/It roe 1fuJNf i' i
meaner than the ones who took' MpGNE51A Assorted Chocolates nACWIU-R n.uw.ll, low pric* t big N44 "90roaort.
vu
I IRISH 1Q LasPOTATOES. j4e h y
Albert 10 c ( four young azalea plants from, the
15cMlloo Woman's Club grounds one night ,

recently. The plants had just been fine chocolate
Eatr
purchased and set around the I A.rIAU/AJDCI I u4 .t bargain price. for surgical and rot i$ r375VArW'Ib'


azaleas fountain.have It Is recently also reported been stolen that p1n s'ael.y7 .L..6dWctoris 1(SALE MtDICINES l>(API/OOllaagItS,1l1N0USEHg0IEE0S s ln l foldfream ; '(may V

: Lbs. $1.50 from the parkway by the DeWIttC .i% I I acanr.Jf.5i tiHletivwpillf! a,.,, *.. IrN. ?n,uJ t

Jones funeral home here. .., y.., M { =' .//n.rtBolJfl ae ''G
2 40
----+ Zh.26 .. .. zA. ,IAtr.wYM. Prue Excellent for deep

In 1812 Christopher Cowen I Ao h.nhnno. H25. '>intoua.Coioh S.n: yMy Sl Ef.ru.., f F'owu.l.Syrl.yll Sf pore cleansing

Agent For erected the first rolling; mill in the A Aeaurwoun Tape Si Bandage Solt"."'"' fi. ......... y4A Ca,. A.x11L PRa .c. 1i

United States at Pittsburgh. II 1, ,ak14 altal. ..for 2'2 porn "" 264 I UnkerTupe RT f u )
r -- --- 'rh' c Er/OSOAP
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Benson ably S ta ,CASCADE urwuR rue Ik B urny Urodoronr3 Phis l%
Billy Benson. Barney Me- | >dT r 'p Mp .eal.iu/ .f

Rae Charles Knight Sharon Hall r a N 'IP O Sheets P.Mw faC(. Z frlblbAMr lair rlmrdSmorh.FOR_ _

THUEMAN{ FERTILIZER CO. Melba Stringfellow, Jim Frank j 4 r II I 'Paper ,rfi.r .. > ClmnlnB C1ofhS1 .
be.k.o/ pound eM..PM ...........; .
Jordan t ,
Morris Edwards, Carolyn ro ( eta
10 f..M. /r/r/MAM(5ICAf
Edwards, Marjorie Sue MUUileton, .,.wIJ.. ut/ tw 1I 1-610 4fr.AaISl.e MINERAL OIL f RCiII TIrJ4Pf 21 x pZuEVMI3IJ' tllf' !'. ,

Merry Beth Knight, Hazel Fields I I'I r( I HighLow l i 4 u.l i t J, v.. Y..n..NM s En. PETROFOL .IMfaIAxL..,, ....I Md.a, leJ.,I ,
,, Ce.for UJ ,
Better (NI IN J AD IN. qb. l 26re'.TN. its .r. LN t.n.
Quality Wanda Pearce, Mary Alice Yarborough -i s"N. ,A"tN vs.. gaO1 price ,r w...." a,,,I.n/.. f I
'I M.W RfRAI.OIOR( I I" :er l awaD hr xfe l.r reh.l of I.
Joan Denklns 1. : i
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Dorothy i iI i MAKN ridrrlintmrn(21 saalpuLen 9wrANr i.. 1.--
I Ann Johns, Mack Futch, Ralph Alvarez RnmPIILNA'. 10' : { ?:-,yM1 -i

l Get Our Low Prices Bcfor Buying I Guy Boring Michael Boring, Harmony ?Br, KUNZO3AY i5 Sit

G irge Moore Carl Lemar fohn. HUM IAASNAMP00 'utid.'Krrnover a 2 CDRUGS/ w. KieniRUSN Jasmine ,

Marcus':hirley Crown Ann Noogel, Idell Uundrum. and i 226 21K1S1 ctot.s.y,. ': :; to 2 261 irrs + t oLtYEo,!


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DpS'.. :MARCH 18, WS IWAOPORD. COUNTY TELJCORAPII.!: ., HTAJtKK.. II'LOBmAL" PAGE FIV1I i
I'n.. .- ,-----.-- -.----- ------------ ----- "-- -------! ---- ------ ---- _, __- __. __ _ __ i

spent Edwin Sunday Green here, of with Lake relatives.Butler eral Miss days Lillian In Jacksonville Moseley ;;lost r1t:1 week::1 I of Mrs.Gainesville C C. ,Beasley were guests and children Sunday 1 I I Man Of The Hour 1 1I 1, Rebuilt On Site Of Disaster i

LOCAL with relatives. of Mrs Beasley's parents. Mr and I, I ,
Mrs. W. Tompkins of Raiford, "', ..
---- --- Mrs. W. C. Manning. *" j I
PEMr' was visiting friends here Tues Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. C. .. Ii I :11.1. ', .. ".,. ,, l .
( -- -- -- 1 1I A rA ..t//; : i'L! > :+ ,
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day. A. Knight spent Monday afternoonIn Mrs. W H, Smith and daughter I I _.,.'J..... ". 'f!,'" 'w"", ''i J
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Jacksonville. Joan, of Sampson City were ; { ""' :,' -,,-.,' I I" .: i.
(c B. Johns will spend this Mrs. W. B. Alexander spent Fri luncheon guests Wednesday of i1 I II I \, I'
day afternoon In Hampton visit- Walter of 4i I"" :'I'I (
I .*d In Miami. Wills Tampa, was a Mrs. C. C. Crumpler. ,
vv.ek ---- Ing relatives. week-end guest of Mrs. J, W Mor- -----_ I '
-- gan and other relatives. Friends of little Mary Louise
I. i I. Warren, spent the weekends Mrs. Currie Ritch spent Fridayin ---- Libby will bo glad to learn that I ''I I i;
relatives
.Jacksonville with Jacksonville with Mrs. C. C Mrs. L. O. Hazen and daughter, I she is recovering: ..,after sufferingfrom I, r

Mendoza. Minnie Lou, spent last week in a shoulder injury oj', 'j
.
i MIS .I I. M. Patterson, of ColumbUS. -- -- i jBrooker with relatives i! -------- ..-- .' ,
the of her Mrs. T- K. McClane and small i I ;
aa is guest --- -- Mrs. C. H. Itfusworthy. Mrs '
nhi'W and niece, Judge and Mrs son are visiting relatives In Gaines I Mrs. Frank Taylo and son, Morris I I Marcus F. Brown, Mrs J H i I ?..

p: K Perryman. ville this week. of Live Oak, are guests of Mr. Fields and daughter. Hazel, spent A I .

and Mrs Durell Driscoll), Tuesday in Jacksonville. NEW LONDON Texas On the site where the ghastly gas explo'J,
I sion occurred on March 18, 1937 arid .
---- killing 280 students fourteen : "I t
\ NAT SEZ: Miss Lillian Sternberg spent this I I Mr. and Mrs. H C. Wall, of I II teachers, and demolishing the former structure, the above building is : i .,"'
week-end in Orlando as the guestof Tallahassee, were guests the first I rapidly nearing completion Taxable resources of the school ate listed ;", 5
} All my life I have envied the big Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Kelly. 1! of the week of Mr. Wall's parents at $20,000.000) the school s yearly Income Is approximately 350000. .
_____ Mr. It Is hoped that the building will be sufficiently complete so that the I
fat fellow who at the least provocation u ; and Mrs. W. L. Wall| June
graduating exercises can be held 1 there as well as memorial I I I I '
Miss Mary Canova, of Tallahassee ------ -
'( could throw hN head, back I services to those whose lives were lost In the disaster. !
j' spent the week-end here with Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Mrs. \.
and laugh in a big ut the ------- \
; ,yrs. least 111 tin thing that struck him I -- '' and Miss Annie Darby spent Sun day In the little town of St I :

liinny. IIeaim of times \v O want I and Mrs\ J. H. Ritch, of ': day In Lloyd and Tallahassee. Patrick MUboun Busiest of all ACCIDENT! .I i

to hugh but politeness forbids. Jacksonville, spent the weekendat i he town's fifty one Inhabitants,
lint If strikes their cottage on Kingsley Lake. Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, Mrs L. J. Is John Klrrhnei! 13-!>'ear.old postmaster -
something' you funny I I Every time you pick up a paper you
Green and ''' '
| daughter Judy, were hand stamping thousands!
ut the picture show, go on and I Miss Dorothy Siipp, of Tallahassee ]'I visiting Mr. and MrR. R. T O'Steen !''of letters on that day to satisfy I I read of Automobile accidents-You I

holler, It's your 30 cents', and youget spent (the week-end here with'in: Brooker Sunday afternoon I he demands of thousands' of stamp "
.should /see our liberal) policy for $10.00 I \
.holll" your money's worth. her parents, Mr and Mrs J. B collectors from all over the world

Sapp. I Mr and DL;. B. Jacobs spent seeking stamps cancelled on St per year.HAROLD, i
r -- -- Sunday in Jacksonville as guests I Patrick's Day.

Friends of Mrs. S F. Hamrick ''of. their son-in-law and daughter I __ ___ C. WALL, AGENCY :

will regret to learn[ that she Is confined Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nussbiium. All form of dependable insuranceMtDEItNIZE .
iO'\\'S "OI'1t TONCH'KGood
ra 5% to her home because of illness i I ; -;: DB: I limber .. ,... .... ..
to < "
ivC4 k Mr. and Mrs. White, ofFernandlna i practice up your ; \( .' : "\ \\"f'" ". *;.;,') : ,, '.100;" _1 r' '.,
-. ---.-- were guests this week tongue Is to read aloud the following -

I Mr and Mrs L D. Grainger, of 'I of Mis While's mother Mrs. C. I. I I sentences, repeating several I
Manassn, and Miss Mina Mantissa- I I II times In quick succession. We
I I St. Petersburg, were week-end : SOUR 'OOKlsn :
TO WOVENtIlTH I ______ well before
1 guests;\ of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. advise\ you to practice !
(I Johns., { Mrs- L W. Strickland and children trying It In public: I '! '
USE GREEN'S FUELODOKI.KSS
I I of Wildwood, were weekend Two toads, totally tired triedto

UNCOMFORTABLE FEET Mrs. S R Johns Jr., and small I guests of Mrs. Strickland's par- : trot to Tretlertown. r
CIJRAN:
daughter Dorothy Ann, spent the I I ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Manning. The swans swam over the sl1I INSTANTANEOUSIf
i __ |I sea swim swanK, swim: the I
week-end In Jacksonville with relatives I --- ? very ; yon are not fnmlllur with Wonderful
Mr, and Mrs. J. B. Mills and ': swans swam back again; swans New Gus, link one of our many satisfied j..
_- 1 children, of Green Cove Springs, '1 swim well. 'INton1l'rN In iStarke about it.KY t'
.... rnHfl I I'UIS'fIUIU7'fEU
\ Mrs J. W. Edwards and daughter [were guests Sunday of Mrs. E. M. ,{I Six thick thistle sticks. i rlADK') CIIAMHKKLAl.VKfKN'H 1
\; Miss Elaine Edwards, spent j Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Strict, strong Stephen Stringer .
I, I .
(;' : "EI.mI" "\U.u' FU\
the week-end In Jacksonville with i Wilkinson. snares six sickly silky snakes.

\I,, matter how man) kinds, ol shoe you (Ic 1 relatives.Mr. ----- --- - I| Simple Susan Hhlneth shoes and .. : Ii
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l1 Miss Juanita Barefoot Miss socks; socks and shoes. shineth .
,Ibase tried we to on frankly: Let I
say > "
'JAI and Mrs. Ralph Cox, of Harriet Bishop, and Miss Harriet Simple Susan She ceaseth shining -
In \ou expertly in our fa mom FOOT- f .:: Gainesville were week-end guests I Benson were guests Saturday afternon I shoes and socks, for shoes und
of Miss Christine Cutshaw socks 1 shocks Susan[ TIP TOP GROCERY "!
HI ll.DER Arch Shoe. Then see if their of Mrs. Cox' parents, Mr. and Mrs.D. Simple i'Ij
L Silcox I In Luwtey. I A haddock, a haddock [n black
1 I 1 \tutililtJ Insoles, ((2)) 3-roml/! tails ((3)) 0 ,4"t"'JllIell' ---- -- ,- I spotted haddock, a black spot on

Heels and oilier ,driilifirlinn' A' Miss Clarice Gill was a recent I Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh the black" buck of a black-spotted If
f I many visitor of her brother-in-law und and grimd-daughter, Nell Llm- haddock.- -The Kalends. SPECIALS --- Mar. 18th-l9th,1938 '

do not gi\e vou sister Mr. and Mrs. J, D. Doyle, in : baugh of Jacksonville, were the I _= _-_ ..

iiuiiou, have I kern I tooling l'lirflsu't' 0__ Jacksonville guests Sunday, of Mr and Mrs. H AFTEIl FIFTYIn I!I
'L. Brownlee.i ] CiHKK.V IENDK.K KKKSII
-----
irlh your time to fin'oul"\ .;p.' Mr. and Mrs, J. E. and i -- I a column written shortly before I :

son, James Edward,Murphry of Palatka, I Mr. and Mrs. J. K Wilson and I following his death O.advice O. Mcintyre to those gavethe who : Beans 3 Lbs. 25c Tomatoes Lb. 5c : M
,
BUILDER i their guest, Miss Gertrude Heering,
FOOT- were guests\: Sunday of Mr. and 'I I are "getting along] In years" :
I"I,
of Green 'ove ,
i"\\, ,: Mrs. V. B. Harrell. King friends In Springs Gainesville were Sun-vial I| If you have reached the age of Onions 3 Lbs 1 Oc each 5c
Celery
------ |
\ fifty It might help to try'
i you
I
O/rc// /i Shoes A J ; Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Varnedoe, of I i day afternoonMl One less hour of worry for one i '1 ;i iI

Palatka, were guests Sunday of I IInd-i1--; : C-: White j more hour of laughter.
Mrs. Vartiedoe's parents, Mr. and l'ge One less week of I
$3.95 .. 'and daughter Frances, of Tallahassee | high pressure :
Mrs. W. p. Smith.
O. for week, of restful
living one more BANANAS
I were weekend Quests of
----- .
_T Mr. and Mrs. J D. Doyle, of Mrs J. W. Whtte:.ltd Mr., and I vacation.One less luncheon conference for I

The Features SfioiinHave 46o\'e Jacksonville, spent the week-end:(MrsG. W. Aldern b., one more mid-day period of re-
"
here as guests of Mrs. Doyle's' -\tr-- ', ,
Been laxation.
a I'ainstaKinglv mother Mrs. Fay Gill. i J. O. Andreu returned Tuesday I One less evening of formal society 10 Pounds 25c
Perfected to Prevent Strain, j to his home In Miami after spendIng t tI
I for one more evening with a I tI
I some time here as the guest I
That Steals Your Charm. I Mrs. W. H Hart, Miss Lucille' jolly book. I
of his brother and sister-in-law,
Kennedy, Mrs. L. E. Moseley Ed- I I. One, less banquet for one more 5 Pounds 15c 1I 1\\
[ Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Andreu. -
It Pays to Buy atSTERNBERG'S na Mae and L, E Moseley, will' quiet supper with the family i
the weekend in One less hour In the electric
spend !
Georgia. -- --- -
The ladies of the Episcopal I RENT I
U'HITKBACON I'UKK) HUMLARDLb. I :
Mrs. Hart and Miss Kennedy will ( light for one more hour In the
Church will conduct a food sale !I
visit relatives in Baxley and Mrs. sunshine. '
I Saturday In the building formerly Lb. 15cI.IHUVS lOc :
Moseley and children will visit in occupied by Jessie Mae's. Pies, I One less hour lathe auto for ,tt
Vidalia. hour of
alongon
one more swinging
I -
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-- -
cakes, wtll be sold.
and candy foot. !! FANCY: FANCY ('()RN
I __ ____ I I

I Sunday Mr. and In Tallahassee Mrs. J.-F. Colley as guests spent lone One. more less pound pound of of tougher body fat muscle for Milk, 3 tall 20c Meal, 5 Lbs._ l lOc_ I"I"D "


of Misses Katie and Virginia Fu- One less helping of meat for one A I. I.. O O T U --

I I.J gate, who are students at the more helping of vegetables. FLOUR
Florida state College for Women One less WHOLE
cocktail for
one more
t
We wish to _..... .. :
announce -- hour of sleep.--Sanford Hernld.
Mrs. A'.Ar Durderh-Mr ifRftcW .,
--- ---- -
sift of |eltsd5ivW1iBuXCrJyfeRltch. ) 12 Lbs. 37c RICE 1 H'
Tnt KAISER! WAS RIGHT
'of : the (
; Calnc'synfc'! : spent;
that dealersfor week-endln Savannah Ga..., as Hitler rearms! Germany. Russia '
we are now guests Of Mr and'Efr8!, I J. A. ,Dur-' announces' she will use poison 24Lbs.70c5Lbs.17c q; t

den gas without compunction If at-

; -- '4-- --- tacked. Japan refuses to tell her 48 Lbs. $1.47 I ,:

Mrs. t* G Powell, Mrs. J naval secrets. France adopts a Ir
all White, O. W White, and L. W'I five-year building program for ---

Ray were In Live Oak navy and air force. Italy bristles TOMATOES No. 2 size can 6c t'SCULLY'R .
attending the funeral of R. with guns. Britain pioneers' In a t
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White, brother of the late J. W. naval race and the United States, -- --- 1
'" I.IJsnl'i'4 FANCY BROOKFIELD: I
White, of Starke. In self defense, makes the greatest -

----- peace-time appropriations for 38-OZ JARGrape Butter Tub 35c

Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and both army and navy I ;
son, Jimmy, and Mrs. Jeanette In view of what all this does to Jam 20c I
KKAFT HO IT.
GENERAL ELECTRIC Kincaid have returned to their I| the Versailles pact, It appears that ---

i home In Tampa after spending last the Kaiser in 1914 defined a treaty|' BULK: FKAMJT CHEESELb. 17c !
week here os guests of Mr and ] accurately when he called It a mere i
scrap of paper Sarasota Herald BUTTER Lb. lOc .- ..
Mrs O L. I -- -
Beasley--_____. I 8 I'AC'K.UJKS
I --- -- -- -
Mrs W E. >.Mlddleton, Miss ]
APPLIANCESSEE i iI 1
!Madge MlddletottJMrs. E. L Mat- t TCOFiFE'ELbl7cMacaroni- '

thews, and Marjorie Sue Middle- 1
I I week-end in Jacksonville CENT k A WORD ,
I I II ton pent the i
I
, I I II I with relatives. Mrs. Mid- ] TIPmi- VACUUM: COFFEE I
Ii dleton remained for a longer visit.
I I, --- COLUMN COFFEE Lb. 22c CHAItMEIt: 2 Cans 25c: I

1 1I i I Mr...and7rrst ,r.cJc* Ward.ofSmacover'ArU. _,. I --- ,, ULI{. Lb. lOc
I! .. the week- '
THE REFRIGERATOR spent --- --- ------ ----
"
il end here as guests of Mr and Mrs. I! FOR RENT Furnished apart IDEAL IHH DIXIE OLt ().
II I I ment. Apply Mrs. S R Johns.
II I
Edwsrd Burn They were accompanied -

1'1 I AND RANGE I back to Arkansas by Mrs. I'i: FOR- SALE--Flowers for every t FOOD, 3 ens 25cMargarine,! 20c

Burns, who will spend a month I' .
\,: occasion, attractively arranged, : -----
I II there as their guest. .! and reasonably priced. Mrs. N. D. I, I'lLLSDUKY'S 20 LBS '
DISPLAYEDIN C:" and I I! Wainwright Phone 102 Starke, !
Dr and Dfrs W- Denny
. Fla. tf, FLOUR 10 Lbs. SOc 95c
daughter, Margaret Mr. and Mrs. I __ --.1 -
T W. Oliver, all of Savannah, Ga.,
One two-I
OUR SHOWROOM I and Mrs. W H Nollman, of Se- FOR wheel SALE-Cheap.trallor. Two large We box-1 j I Red Link Smo. Sausage Lb. 12!/c

I bring, came Saturday to be with en. One electric Coca Cola box ''' ? ;

their mother, Mrs. S. F. Hamrick, Several small Coca Cola boxes Sla- '|,
!!I I who U seriously ill at her home trunk's Feed & Seed Store. 41.
I here. The many fiends of Mrs. --- --
; Ham rick will be glad to know that FOR RENT Furnished apartments Iii
she Is showing Improvement. with private bath Extra
I
illi Tor ode Chevrolet Co. I i iII __ ____ ___._ I room If desired. Locked garage :
SUS
t it! i i'I a.'e Mrs.. pent Fred Monday P Cone here, of Phone 34 F. A. Scott. PALMOLIVE n.m SUPER
-- -- --
''I I Tanahas'j Ie Mil Ira 'If WuHint" OAre
f guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. FOR SALK OR RENT Bungalow
!II!: Starke, Florida I : and Mr and Mrs. II. C. six rooms bath, electric lights I OCTAGON SOAP II.Ut'' CONCENTRATED S l for

j I' fi, '.'- and Mr ,.in'! Mrs HVall l hot and cold Wilt, i r largi van.d 10o SUPER SUDS 2.10
1" OCTAGON POWDER nos: ...
I'I'b slant' t GW4
aft miert the funeral services of garden; : pi"'. tad ('h.k11 VH.J< not' rA

: __ II Thomas W Long in Tavares Monday mile from court hOUSE See A E 10eas
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FRIDAY MARCH Ii, IIIIIItI
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEOI, PlI. STARKB. FLORIPA --
PACE SIX I -.=
l:, ed of a type of madness mat,
tips
t if Albino Raccoon that of Herr Hitler


ICAON: ;:' FARMERS SECTION ._ LIVE STATE NEWSFLORIDA kete / Box the Mussolini pressure, too of,power has succumbed and .xce to.

!3 GROWERS S"s FACTS: IN SHORT PARAGRAPHS live ambition. Better balanced! han 1
NOTES OF INTEREST TO BRADFORD Hitler, more Intelligent, more. ,,hie

: F. li<
'BEES ARE VALUABLE ORANGES BUILD CHURCH PRISONERS TOTAL 3430TALLAHASSEE. Editor Telegrapl.: that Is reflected In his strut un

AID TO WATERMELON ap.. EMERALDA.Florida orange .-F 1 o r 1 d a' s As a veteran teacher and friendof i walk and grandiloquent gestul,

Hints To Housewives GRtfUER, GOFF SAYS help to support the Methodist prison population Increased to students I most heartily desire! Society does not lock up :-J.'POI., |
.i..' 1; : Church here. For the past several 3,430 during February. The prison the best good of our school. The eons, more Is the pity. It permit,

Weekly from Home Demonstration'Specialist LEESBURO -- In addition to .i ; years sate of fruit from the division reported It had 3,416 pris- : many younSpeople attending it I them to go their ways and they

TuIIaha_ their value as honey producers, church grove has netted $400 annually oners on February I, received nine- deserve and need the very best I attract surprisingly large pt'rsanm

con'' bees are a friend indeed of the The church constructed a ty-one during the month, and released help within our ability to provide. I followings like candles dttt.nt'

HOUSEKEEPINGBy Florida watermelon grower.In new building: with the money. seventeen. Sixty-eight of Especially in the matter of teachers. moths.
GOOD __, _, went out
listed "released"
---i .--- tm those as demonstrated I
fact according to C. C. Goff, Prof. Benson has The question is: Can two
By r, Nnpoi-
{ Virginia I*. Moore assistant entomologist at the local SELLING MARIJUANA upon expiration of sentence one his devotion to the school anda eons find enough room In Etiiop ,

HOME A 1 In spite of the modern convenIences branch of the State ExperImE'nIStation TAMPA.--Federal Judge Alex- by conditional pardon, four by remarkable degree of ability in Restoration of the Holy Rom..n<

NEED'' i which grandmother did not the early watermelon pro- ander Akerman sentt'ncedartln! death and four by escape. The managing it. The splendid discipline -' Empire, the dream that
/
1 caused
FOR l .i have. It seems that our homes are ducer would have a bard time M Perez, 36-year-old WPA worker, state prison at Raiford houses maintained and the Inspiration Napoleon I to bathe Europe
on his If It to a year and a day in the Atlanta 1,556: inmates, there are 1,431 In of the students -'I 'm
not near as spotless as greatgreatgrandmother's making a profit crop to study on the part blood, ia in the minds of the
penitentiary, following: his plead- state road camps, and the remainder tWin
for bees.
Agreey! was were not mark him as the beat man Napoleons of modern

tae honesating Have you ever thought about Watermelon flowers, Mr Goff I MW M+ ing guilty to charges of manufacturing are in other prison properties. considered for the prlncipalshlp of If the empire can be restored Europe BUI ran,

4 thIs Grandmother's time was : says are pollinated largely If not ,n and selling Marijuana ciga- -o the high school. And it appears it function with two rulers" The

th Ose wtyly ? taken up with tallow-dipped( candies entirely by bees and the grower 'I This Indiana game warden holds I rets. Perez was the first recent to Fed-be PAYMENT that a majority of the patrons feel empire was divided in ancient days
sentenced here under
home wooden washtubs, water from who has plenty of these insects a rare white raccoon shot by a I law.a FORT MYERS.-Owners of for- that way about it. Our school but only under rulers who wore

'Characte the well or spring, clumsy corn near his melon field is fortunate. group of rabbit hunters. Unless eral anti-marijuana ty-eight city properties faced loss should certainly be a democratic content to govern less than the

far too tSldered ? brooms, turkey wing dusters. What Barring attacks from Insect peetll'// pictures lie this one seems to prove I --.-- of water sewer and garbage services Institution, one In which the will whole-never under such madmen.

t a laborious Job it was. diseases, and wet weather that "there Is such an animal." TERRIBLE! 'f'\KE and fire and police protec- of the people Is permitted to rule. as Napoleon Hitler of Mussolini,

of impor ; However grandmother didn't feel fairly sure his crop will \\Ie': ,' I l\IIAMI.-Add to' the list of tion today as Mavor Dave Shepard No' teacher should be subject- to men who. must be at1 or aothmx' .
'
iyerations to put\ ,j have ;so many interests outside good and early enough to reach bid- ''I America's;; terrible mistakes: Ice directed public works officials to the caprice or prejudice of any official who find and can find no stopping

,,t f;' the home and, certainly she did the, Northern markets In time to I Georgia engaged In spirited water "You reckless Americans," put hIs "tax collection showdown" Proto Benson la. a Christian point in their gnawing greed f"r

fly) along In k'a' good job of giving her thought bring the high prices prevailing I ding on the offerings! Hereford said Dr. Arnold Lorand, health campaign Into effect. Mayor Shep- gentleman, standing for the highest more and more power.--Tallali,i"-
maiu\\ |' the first two weeks of the The grand champion a Czecho- ard said the council's the both in and
to the home and the loved ones. during specialist from Carlsbad, city approval -, good of people, see Democrat.
Home Now, the complexity of modern cuson I owned by the Hardee Tobacco slovakia, to an audience here. "You of his recommendation to discontinue out of the school. His being among ---- -

: life makes it necessary for women The relationship of bees to good Company of Madison brought the are the finest people In the world municipal services to us Is a high asset; his being removed -

led j f"i' to have both time and energy for watermelon crops has been definitely j handsome price of :5611 i, cents per but the most reckless In the mat- property owners who refuse to pay from among us would meana TRAIN SCHEDULESchedule
of
trains
j .' activities other than house shown In plantings near pound. It weighed 1,150 pounds ter of health. "Ice water is a terrible their taxes had resulted In collection great loss to us, a misfortune In- arriving in, re
many
daily. Subject to
and sold for $650. The reserve change
the ,r i work However, let us still feel Groveland which Mr. Goff studied '' Hereford bred and mistake It stops the natural : of $10,000 Saturday. Tax collections deed. Retain him by all means. notice without

:. 1 as grandmother did.-that a woman and observed Several growers I', champion, a elimination of toxic poison through this year have amounted Ernest Thornquest.
raised his farm near Ala- Southbound-Due Sturke
on own ,
\\it In the h >,; or mother hasn't done her first planted their melons in adjacent perspiration." only to thirty-three percent of the .
chuu, was shown by T. D. Matthews No. 1 Local_______
recipes, there almost roll officials said. 11:23:) p m
.y duty if the home in unkept. areas so that was al Sixty peicentof IIERR ADOLF HITLER IS A
I It went under the auction- No. 107-Through____ 10:03:)
1 convent( solid block of 1,000 acres of watermelon the 1936 roll was collected. a m.
( eer's hammer at 46 cents. FOREST FIRE DAMAGE MADMAN: No. 191-To Miami___
:
housewl Kitchen linoleum can become I plantings. Along the TALLAHASSEE. The State ---. 30:39p.m,
---
correspcj; !', very unsightly when the designer margins of this area the production Hardee, who has entered steersin Service fires BELIEVES IN CRAPES Northbound Due
Forestry reported occurred Starke
all four shows since the event Is not the first nationto
buBlnAa where Is much than in the Germany
I' In wear was higher I .
disappears spots MOUNT DORA Grapes will beFlorlda's
during 1937 on about 49,000 No. 2-Local_______
began in 1935: and who owned the be governed by an abnormal 5:30a: m
the heaviest. In spite of the fact central portion. The differenceIn
a11edonO : second largest industry I
the first acres of the 3,128,000 acres under ruler: Caligula was mad and Nero. No. 108-Through____ 5:03:
grand champion year p m.
of concluded
i' that it looks as If Its days ser- I yield the entomologist within twenty-five years, F. W.
fire In Florida. This Is
protection No. 192-Through____ .
6:29a
took first second in At time the illness :
and places one -during m
tlon agtt it still be saved due to the fact that a
vice are over, can was about 1.37: percent of the total. Davidson, a grocer, predicts. He
Starke
and Wunnee
did cyst ])|. and put in such condition that it smaller number of bees reachedthe the car-lot group and pen of three said he believed and incompetency of Woodrow ; Brnmh
many growers
There and for-
fires the
were 2,293
No.
101
Wilson the United States functioned leaves Starke 7:00:
this Other car-lot winners, a m
business will add to rather than detract central portion than the mar- year
;; would turn to because of
grapes
Gila wit from the of the all of whom showed Florida bred estry service said more than half : without a state head. Eng No. 102 arrives Starke 1:50: p m.
appearance the demand for the quality now beIng -
of
and thai', kitchen. gins.A collection of bees In melon steers, Included Matthews, V. E. them were set deliberateley. produced In this State. "For land has had insane and imbecile Seaboard Airline Railwax,
"! Whitehurst of Wllliston. M. C. Damage In money was estimated kings. But Napoleon was T. J. GRIFFIN
tog mor I Clean it thoroughly with soap fields In this section revealed that nt $62,112. 1938. dealers have requested four possess Agent

of their''+ !, and water. Allow It to dry for a eight species liked the flowers of Lexlie of Lake City, and Beacham _.-.---- times as many grapes as we can

resource .? J"* day and then go over it with tur- I this plant, but the honey bees Farms of Alachua. possible deliver," Davidson said.

ment an 4 ...- tn remove nil grease -and-- were' bv far. more numerous. Twenty-four 4-H club boys and EXPLODES IN FACE "I expect thev will bring StAO a KEY-McCABE FUNERAL HOMEMRS.
-
ton wit wax left by the water cleaning. the other species, the entomolo- I one girl exhibited 30 steers, some M1ARIANNA-A charge or dynamite ton this season.' Approximately;:

1 \, been de" Broken places or spots where it glut reported. The honey bee Is of which finished well up in the : which exploded within two 300 tons of grapes were producedIn I r... O McCABE, Lady Attendant I
feet of him last week has left S.
The h- has worn through can be cut outpresentl the first to reach the melon fields open classes. Joe Bara of Bonlfay' the State last year. Most of ,JACKSONVILLE Jo'LST.. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

and replaced with good pieces. In the morning, being seen on the took grand championship honors in G. Winslow with no more serious these were grown in Lake County. 45V.. ('hurchPhoneU38 SO St. George Phone 27
? effects than few rock
\ .woman J, After this is done, it is ready plants about the middle of May be- I I the club group for the second year his face. a Winslow, who chip Is scarson em- "We have an advantage in Florida
hog of tween 6:45: and 7:13: o'clock. Bees in succession- His Angus steer because our are on the
inter; for its basic coat paint. Apply In construction of the federal grapes
ployed
t'mation, 1 it carefully and put on two coats if of all types reach their greatest was reserve champion In the Flor- fish hatcheries at Florida- market about June 10, a month before UNITED LIFE INSURANCE CO.L. .
[ l which p' necessary. If a solid color Is desired numbers in the field between 8:30: ida bred, fed and shown classification the earliest California grapesor
state went down Intoa
Ibeing otI add a coat of floor varnish; and 9 o'clock In the morning. finishing second to the Mat hole cavern park if the, fuse bad those grown elsewhere," Davidson c McCABE President Jacksonville, Fla.
to
I ?' been gl if Is desired sten- In order to get a god "set" of thews steer which was reserve see gone declared.
?! a design use a out when
l" lng-f,, .i cil or stipple it with an enamel fruit early and thereby be able to champion of the show and grand the blast occurred. Doc- Industrial Life InsuranceG.
tors took of limestone
'" t get his melons to markets as earlyas champion Florida steer.A pieces from
conservt soaked sponge. Either must be Home-grown roughages are L. SAPP RepresentativeBEASEEY'S
his face and said his eyesight will
( |ion, anbecau' followed by a coat of varnish or earlier than the growers of $100 scholarship to the Uni- not be impaired. cheapest and best and the cattle-

f-il -.--- -.. other states, the Florida watermelon versity of Florida College of Agriculture man who raises his roughage yearIn ..... -.- --
better f. producer, In certain areas at was awarded to Evan Pat- and year out has a better

Limit,, { VSE CAUTION least will find it good policy to tlshall of Duval County, based on DROWNS IN FISH POND chance for profit. siviEiiiof

illy mall, r Chicken fertilizer Is excellent for have an adequate supply of bees his placlngs at the show and his CLEARV.jATER.-Two-year-old
practically all vegetable but Reed Farrens fell Into a gold-fish
't erB of. crops In his field. In large fields, Mr. record In club work. A roll of wire BUS SCHEDULE
i \ fully thj 'i 'i are must be exercised In mixing Goff says it Is a good idea to have fence, donated by a Jacksonville pool and waa drowned Saturday. TRY OUR SERVICE AND BE CONVINCED

land one'' )It with the !sol! ] so, that it < No. -Due Stance :SIS:
( for nearly three hours in an effort : p.m. ATLAS
Come in contact with the younseedlings.
: .
--- Fortner of Alacbua
County, run-
No. 207 Due Starke
11:45: :
to resuscitate the son of Ross Far- p.mNo
It Is high in nitrogen -
very STEERS BRING ItECOnDI'IUE ner-up in ibis contest, 203-Due Starke
Clearwater tree 12:13: : p.m. TIRES BATTERIES TUBES
ii yens surgeon-
and will burn young seedlingsif IN STATE FAT
Alachua County's judging team Leon said No. 201-Due Starke 10:20: a.m
It in contact with them. Magistrate Humphries
comes
STOCK SHOW AND SALE composed of Dan Roberts, Robert the child evidently had been In the Tlrea Unconditionally Guaranteed for 1 Year and 18 Months
{
Chicken fertilizer, although high Northbound
Douglas and
Stanley Rosenberger,
*, In nitrogen, Is unbalanced in thLt JACKSONVILLE. Record took top honors in Judging cattle. pond for about twenty minutes before No. 202-Due Starke 1:50:: p.m STANDARD OIL PRODUCTSWASDINGPOUSIDNGWAXlNGoREASING

it does not contain sufficient quan- prices received for the 207 steers Young Roberts was high Judge. he was discovered by his No. 204-Due Starke 4:15: p.m.

: tities of phosphoric acid and pot in the fourth annual Florida Fat Second place team represented Su- mother. The water In the pool No.< 208--Due Starke 9:13: : p.m.

t ashIf :SOO pounds of a 0-16-12 Stock Show and Sale here recently wannee County. was twelve inches deep.SAFECRACKERS No. 208-Due Starke 3:00: sum Call 60 For Road Service

mixture per acre Is used in addi- attest the fact that Florida Is pro- No. 214-Due Starke 9:20: a.m.
tion to the chicken fertilizer, the ducing better quality beef cattle INDUSTRY PROSPERS GET $%,000 Starke Bus Agent: Beasleya Easy Payment Plan On Tires and Batteries

i crop will be well fertilized. and the industry is willing to pay WHEN FARMER! HAS I JACKSONVILLE.-Police said Service Station, opposite court. LACY CONWAY FLORIDA MOTOR LINES AGENTWE

--.-. -. gaud money for good cattle, say MORE CASH TO SPEND I. two safecrackers broke Into a house. I ....,..... .....,_._ _._ T" -... _._ ... _. ,_ -.
The term "baker's dozen" dates those in charge of the event. I downtown cafeteria, locked a negro -

back to early English days when At the sale, which followed the' Farm buying power and industrial porter In a closet, opened the

tradesmen, fearing anti-fraud laws, I show 144,010 pounds of beef on prosperity, go hand in hand :, safe and escaped with about $2,300

often gave 13 articles to a dozen. the hoof sold for $13,42045: : an as shown by a comparison of In cash. Detective Inspector E. L
Acosta declared the safecrackerswere NEED
\ tiP..? -. .1--e -- )I average of 10.71 cents per pound J, Changes in farm Income with '
"experts, worked fast and
: In some Swedish country homes This was from one-fourth to ond- changes in farm machinery, fertilizer .
I I He said one of them I'I'Ieyerly.
')i' the tablescloths are named after third above the current market. mail order, and other rural the while the other

long-dead women from whom the price on cattle It was said. Buyers retail sales, according to figures guarded negro walked
'i donned a white apron,
1 I patterns originally were obtained from points In Florida and
r many compiled by the Bureau of Agri- safe
cafeteria to the
through the
'
.... .
s 1 cultural Economics United States
and opened It almost in full view
1D. Department of Agriculture.From of the sidewalk.

{ 1929 to 1932 when farm 0 GOOD USED CARS

7ay cash Income decreased by 6 billion TO CULTIVATE OYSTERSTALLAHASSEEJt

dollars, rural retail sales dropped L. Dowl-
5 billion dollars, farm machinery commissioner
ling State conservation -
sales were 400 million dollars less, had
WPA
announced the
Ibee.LLL fertilizer sales 3 1.2 million
were approved a $500,000 oyster rehabilitation -
tons less, and mall order sales

1Zt'' dropped by nearly 300 million\ dollars estimated project 1000 to in Florida.2000 persons He

ri 0 s s AND
.
would be employed in the work, TRUCKS !
From 1932 to 1936 farm cash income which will spread along both the

did not quite double, yet rural Atlantic and Gulf coasts. The
retail sales 60 ;.
' gained percent State will supply about $100,000
nearly four times as much farm this'
1 receiving credit against
cuachlnery was bought, fertilizer amount for seed oysters, boats and
sales were more than :50 percent furnished the
other equipment by CHEVROLET DEALERS' USED CAR STOCKS WERE
N I
greater, while mall order sales set
conservation Department.
a new top record for all time in
( .
..: nearly doubling from the low -DRIVER--TO BLAMETALLAHASSEE. GREATLY REDUCED DURING NATIONALUSED

i I point of 1932. .-A man who I

1T: -. i cannot stop his truck before It CAR EXCHANGE WEEKNow's
r l
;
; ZIFF crashes Into the side of a freight

!.. Lulu >!.. L,
II"Services were held at Deadon I himself to blame for his: injuries, the time to trade your car for a NEW CHEVROLET

Church Saturday and Sunday by the Florida Supreme Court recently Come in today and get our liberal' offerSo
ruled. Justice Roy H. Chapman -
the Rev C. A. Crosby, of Brooker. I
Hubert Crosby and children who is seeking election lathe

were visiting here Sunday morning May primaries, wrote the opin- great have been Chevrolet Come in-this uxwfcS See the beau-

'jt; :- } { C I j I ion to which other justices agreedin ''' ''' dealers' sales of need cars and tiful new Chevrolet for 1938-die car that
denying a $10,000 damage suit
Mr. and! Mrs Merrill Edwards,
trucks-so low ia our supply of certain M complete-and the new 1938 Chevroletmakesandmodelathatweneerlgoalused
of Starke, spent Sunday with Mn.I brought by A. T. Kimball, bakery

Cfr S'' I .7.s.roe', boa to ;...... .,.,_, HIGH STANDARD I Edwards' father, H. H. Howard. truck, driver against the Atlantic ) trucks-the thrift-carriers for the nation!

peMlsoofl..wb.nyoeDitOT111EAfAwaf.! kuab.s oaiii 10 ... (, Hon. J. C. Adkins, of Gainesville, Coast Line railroad. ears and trucks to balance our stocks Learn how easily you can purchase a
M. ..L j. I and Ovid Lewis of Brooker --- --
J were This means we are in an excellent position modcrn-to-the-minute Chev
smart new
t BROTHERS .... ., .: $kaayous.v.onlboet visitors here Tuesday of last OVERSEAS HIGHWAYKEY ,
t me" STANDARD bouM palou JlS.i. sprud. SO steely> lh*. U ] week WEST.-The last gap In a tolalk"trin allowances'"ontliepurchase rolet by letting us take your present car

l !resyet get DON eceuf Lbra ;;;omen fat more urftc pu mt>| Mrs. J. \V. Lewis L. O. and $7,400,000 highway over eighty of new Chevrolet passenger cars and trucks.: or truck in trade!

', pay Car
t1 i ; vftflot Ingrcdleau then. you ." J faes,bout Ut good J k*.ttOWB Lewis spent Sunday in Starke with 'between here and the Florida

t tocJ.rj 1 W J. Johns mainland will be spanned April 1 .
fiII yos buy assay chap palms IA"Scopl : -
!Mr\ and Mrs. Roy Grimes are and the overseas highway will be ; ; (

.W. A. BESSANT, JR., Agent the 11 parents of a boy born March opened to have traffic announced.on that date The ,vast engineers -I : \ ;.". fl.. ,i. ,,... .: 'Elb)( ,i'.. 'jfffi_ : .0 .ifitE\i'R,:\ 1 !7r 7r'r ;' "

_ -'.... tit'' '. .e' ,, .. .-'. __ "J
Starke, Fla. C S. Kelly and son, Cliff were PWA project built atop the 2fe- "

in Graham, Sunday afternoon. year-old concrete viaducts of Hen-

.. Mr and Mrs Rand Crews and ry M. Flagler's railroad that was
a ii son Donald, and Mrs. Harvll Baxter destroyed in the 1935: hurricanewill

; : I of Brooker were here Sunday not be finally completed however ITORODECHEVRO.

I afternoon! for two months more. Plans

; {,..,"LI''t(.. _,y t.f:: ..:J; .P.-:'.,",,'...f.' ,. J;..' :.".:f ." ..,- 't; '. II I I j T D Dyal visited bin brother in I I I are under way for a formal opening STARKE FLA.
; Gainesville recently. !. and celebration July 4. ,

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MARCH 18. 1938 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.!: STARKE.! FLARED. PAGE SKVKV" !
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Sisters Of Zog I HAMPTON noon. Everyone Is Invited to at- o"s'ry.us AND ECONOMICS! ,

Mia Ait* :Mikimi, (i.rrr. .'9...,deat tend.Mrs. The Federal Government will 1'I' I ', ,
BOB JONES ilOROUGffBRED! II D, May has returned to spend $600,000 to feed oysters In I C

Miss Jewel Prlester, of Lake her home here after visiting relatives Florida At least that is how we ''I'j 'I'

Comments On Here Cutler, spent the weekend within In Miami. Interpret the announcement by f'' )I'': iif

Hereafter rfiDONT CRY Yi sister Mrs. Gerald Adkins. Mis A L. Sullivan and onl Slate Administrator Dill of WPA I'' q

And Miss Hazel: Philips spent last ( 'ithm'i. spent! Sunday visiting relatives -' that this sum has been appropriated :I .

undav here with her father. in Hampton. for rehabilitation of Florida's ,:
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g''f/ed roorlheMtl0. ,OiDWyN MAYER Ortsrs4ALSfY S"
Intellectual I Iy ins. Thomas Dyal is upending u oyster Industry. I
., rule very Mr and Mrs R 0 Zelgler of !1
,t"Vi t I",? ,is are not great soul-win- + RAIN-ES Y4 law days with her daughter In Gainesville!, were visiting his parents Time was when Florida oysters ; I ;

'"? This Is no reflection upon lacksonvllle Mr. and Mrs J. J. Zelgler, were smart enough to feed them- !I / !t; ,. ,

n.. I." tuallty Nor does It mean \\'II.\T II.\S IIAl'l'( StD with foreboding Mrs W P. Bin returned to her Thursday selves but that was before the I \
,
ml,, ,lit.th" Gospel does not appeal to SO FAR His eyes roved toward a tall home hero last Saturday after a Miss Minnie Swindell has re- days when everybody expected to :' ;t 1.

'J' t mtnd intellectual mlnla"f.iturally linger Cul\'<-rton rununt with heavily foliaged tree which shot up visit with her daughter, Mrs. Ira turned her home here after bo fed by the Government. Time 'j
to I
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to anal, hits. grandfather, Sir beside( the fence, fifty feet away of Gainesville. In Florida 'J!
, are Inclined IVter eminent Brown, time In Jackson- wits when picnickers I t
\ ;r. spending some }
IV "h'" COMpel and all spiritual iVfV _. British 8I| or..m1\n. In : commanding a perfect view of the The runny lends of Mrs Clar- ville, could take a bottle of tomato cat- '. J 1 I ''r

illJ1h' The Gospel is the power' i qui-ht of the famed American track. ice Adklns are glad to know that Martin White of Reeves La, Is sup and a clasp knife out in the .I! '," :I''

God unto salvation to everyone horHe-rncliiK cup. They engage I "Sergeant you gotta help me! she Is much improved after havIng visiting his uncle and aunt Mr. country with the expectation of be- ': I ",
.
of It is heraldingM. l tieiul-iitrong Tlmmic I)ono>'annn Tlmmle cried. "You gotta help me undergone a major operationin and Mrs King ing able to go wading a few mln'i: \l'

Ihul(OBpielenot analyzing the Cos- JOI'kl'Y. Tricked Into a plot see 'the race! Lomme climb" that the Alachua County Hospital S. R. Swindell and son Jlmmle. utes before eating oysters on the I \

I that saves people, It Is not to "throw" the race precedingthe tree! It won'a hurt nobody. Marvin Blrt and Mrs, Evelyn were In Starke Saturday on business half shell Time was but It Isn't t I ,

pel about the Gospel, 1 ('up by his achcmlng father "Don't you know we got strict" Blrt were shopping in Starke last any more. j I I i

philosophizing la proclaiming the Gospel 1 1I Tlmmle IK heartbrokenwhen orders about things like that? returned Monday. Mrs Jim Koon and children, of What has happened to the oyster 1 !

/butIt business. It Is hard I sir (Peter seeing bin favorite the other, In mock severity. P, of Industry In Florida Is what has I '.
that ,does the -- Ills Mr and Mis H. N Colley, of Waldo, and Mrs. J. Padgett J
In our minds that i lose, succumbs to a fatal eyes brightened sympathetically Plant visiting friends happened to the most of the natUral -
,
keep friends were
us to Gainesville, were visiting City
for The three Albanian princesses! at the boy's "
lost world needs is not our heart attack. The only atonement eagerness and relatives here Saturday afternoon resources of the United States I'' {
here his week- .
a (
w'Uti sisters of visit to "If cllmbln'
on
King Zog a we see enybody a
I oa the Gospel but the Tlinntle can Drake l<* to __ __ _____ Where once were wild turkeys sitting .
ommenta u
the United States entertained tree close to the truck *
( Itself. "Go ye Into all the were obtain funds. from bin. fatherto we gotta Mrs Crlbbs, of Clearwater, was In the trees now there are I t tturkey :
I'" Gospel tea Mrs 'em clown. If GRAHAM
recently at a given by yank right we see Where waR "
the Gospel. permit Roger who In nearly A. W. farms once
world and preach Roosevelt at the White House. anjbody With the last words he R'..., I,, (;'. !Smith, rurrix. >nd... visiting her daughter Mrs. worn-out land. '
divine command. Tell penniless, to enter "The Brown, last Friday. rich soil, now is
Thai is the Photo shows the sisters turned his back and .
Keep on telling It. Godis as they! 1'oolmh" for the big race. Rut deliberately Mrs. Codelia Abernathy enter! Mrs Rosa Constantine Is visit- Where once were more jobs than I I
th' story left the White House. Left to sauntered J
of that message Infinite Donotnn Sr. manage to arrange away. tained a number of her friends:, ing her daughter, Mrs. Roy Hub- men, now are more men than jobs.
back right: Myzejen, Ruble, and Max-I Timmie, breathing out silent the of the Florida 1 ,
are at our command Tlmmle'a liiMt-mlniite with a dinner party Sunday, I bard, of St. Petersburg, Rehabilitation
i sources we give the Gospel message hide. Don't try to dlHburmttitt.. There In no time I gratitude rushed over and beganto occasion being her sixtieth birth Mr and Mrs. Thornton Johns oyster Industry is a conservation
alien shin As he himselfon
comments might be wrong names. to obtain another jockey, and up pulled day anniversary ;nd G Johns attended funeral services measuie Not so many yours ago> I ,
Oui' to his
perch, crouching
Paul Roger, desperate but not amongthe 1 In tho Manatee River was said to
Gospel Is always right. \ jet The delicious: dinner was servedat for Mrs Hattie Johns

,The II i i not seek to give the Gospel NEW RIVER lxutrn, derides to ride bin sight green of Roger branches walking, he The caught Poo- a large table set under the shade Hampton, Wednesday afternoon. contain enough live oysters to have I

,t t.t\' m excellency of speech. He !' Dorothy Supp, (orrcNpondent mount himself kah down the track for a final turn trees on the lawn, W S. Sibley attended church at supplied! the States demands Even of today the entire the- I 't 1
faith of men to' Pine Level, Sunday.Mrs. United
want the I' Mrs. received ninny
dirt 1 not CH\PTER ELEVEN before the start"Roger1" Abernathy '
man's wisdom. A preacher ; The Rev. C. A. Crosby filled his useful nnd gifts. R. M Hersey and Elsie supply of oyster shells which can I
rent in The band struck the : he whispered hoarsely lovely "
corps up used for
himself by the regular appointment here Saturday Belle Geiger attended funeral services be dredged up and pavIng
tie men to I the day were herdaughters :
may parade tune which Indicated that when the other boy came near Enjoying endless But with
mind the and for Mrs. Hattte Johns of seems l lgrellt..r +
of a logical or by night Sunday. I Mrs Pearl Reynolds
power the horses were about to march "It's me-Timmie' Up here!
an' Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Johns and Wednesday of last week. population came pollutionof f
He may sway of Jacksonville and Hampton
of oratory. I and family
gift out for the big race. Excitementsurcharged Roger looked up, a glad smile of 1 .._ streams, and perhaps careless
dramatic skill M F. Wiggins attended the Fat I -- > -
his of
audience by Mrs Math Wasdin and family
the air. Last-minute' recognition on his face. in I
I PINE LEVEL reaping of the oyster crop ways
Is not Stock Show In Jacksonville Tuesday
business
the preacher's Graham also her son, Duff and
But bettors rushed to the ticket winclows "I gotta talk fast, went on ; I, that kept little oysters from grow- t
He Is on business I \h'lI. II. )I. Mcl.ue, Correspondent I
himself. Mrs. [
to Sell I Tlmmie family and grand-daughter
hurriedly. "Somebody
Hurrying back to her box, growing up to be big oysters It I
It Is the Gospel that Mrs Marlon Supp and children I and Mrs "
the King find Curl Broughton and Mr.
for I tell
Mother might me gotta I
ofa you
I Ralph caught a glimpse We are to- report the seri- just never occurred to anybody I
to Jesus Christ, who "la returned home Tuesday after F. M Griffin Mr. and Mrs. J. E. sorry '
men
to do
ties familiar wad what how to fool 'em- be
figure clutching a ous Illness of little Betty Jo Denmark thut there wouldn't always I
to save unto the uttermost spending two weeks with relativesIn I Cast Mr. and Mia W T. McEver, I
able "But I
of bills it was Donovan Sr She know Tlmmie. answered She Is in the Gill Hspital enough oysters. There always had
all who come to God by Him. Tampa and Sarasota. paused Just long enough to hear' Roger. "I'll do just an you were all of Graham.We at Starke bt>en. ,
Mrs. Eva Harrel and Mrs. T. B. I wish Mrs. Abernathy many '
him placing a five thousand dollar going to Mrs. F. Fender returned home Instead of "oysters." read "soli, '

Every Christian manages to church Edwards her, of Sunday Brooker, attended wager on Hop Skit: evidentlywith I "No, no forget that," counseled I ITimmie. more happy birthdays. Saturday, after visiting relatives resources and jobs," and you will II 1 I Ij i

work out a system of theology. "I 1 1 Timmie out of the race, he "None of that -- --- --- at Valdosta, Gu have a fairly comprehensive ex- I
Mrs Stafford Crews who has 1
was blind and I now see." That felt he had nothing to fear from from behind stuff. comln'l THEKESSA The many friends of J L. Underhill planation of the Hoover depression !
been ill, Is improving now. I
It what a man to whom Jesus had Mrs and Mrs. Rudolph Andrewsand Roger's generalship. Mother, "But that's the only way Miss Ruth 7elgler Corrmponilrnt are sorry to learn of his illness and the Roosevelt recession. ,

given sight, said The man must Ralph's lips curled angrily. "Staged win!" argued Roger I lie is In a hospital at Palat- St. Petersburg Independent. : '?( I '
Mr and Mrs. M. F. Wigginswere
Jesus was a mighty quick ," she "You're Do think --. _--
have concluded that recovery I crazy you A number of people of this com- ka
relatives In Morris-
more than a mere man. He must visiting muttered to Cricket. Opening her they're goln' to let you come munity gathered at the Christian Mrs. Audrey Neumuns, of Jacksonville A pound avoirdupois! Is heavier ri!1 ;

have thought In his heart: "the ton Sunday.Mr.. and Mrs.. David Richard and pocketbook, and extracting its total 'I through on that turn? Maybe: I ; Church Sunday afternoon to organize spent Sunday with hert linn a troy pound, but the troy ''I"IP"

one who opened my eyes and gave Mr. and Mrs. Frank Richard of contents five dollar bill-- could manage It, but I know how' a Sunday School. Mr. parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. }fc-()unce Is heavier than the avoirdu- .I,

sight must be God. A man she scurried up to the adjacent to handle 'em. You can't. They'll'' Thornton Johns was chosen as i Rae |>ols ounce

could me not have done this miracle." Lake Butler, were visiting rela- booth and deliberately raising her gang up on you!" Supeilntendent Miss Ruth Zelg- Mills Vesta McRae spent! Saturday ___ ___ ''(I

Must a man believe in the diet) tives here Sunday. voice cited out: I I "No they won't" I ler was chosen as Secretary-Treas night with her dialer, Mrs. L Greek fh'e was an Incendiary 1 i t.
Miss Ella Mae and Dot
of Christ to be saved?" a person Manning "Pookah to win son'!" "They will I tell you'! They'll I urer and Miss Elsie Belle Geiger A. Crosby, in Rising auction. c,ompOHlllon of asphalt, saltpeter, '.'

asked the writer. "A saved man Sapp were .shopping In Jacksonville Outside on the pathway leadIng give you the squeeze! You'll be as Assistant Secretary-Treasurer. Mis V L. Browning* visitIng -*nd sulphur It was used by the v

will believe in the deity of Christ," ,.Friday.Mr. and Mrs. J Watson were from the paddock, Wilkins layin' out on that track with a'' The time of meeting will be at I I lelatlves: in Jacksonville the I Byzantine Greeks and; would burn I

I answered. I cannot conceive of shopping in Sturkc Saturday night. helped Roger swing up atop The I IPookah's broken neck. You gotta go rightto 3.30::: o'clock every Sunday after first of the week c'a or under water, ,'t I
SavIor the front and stay there!" | ----- I\
any man trusting Christ as a .. saddle.! The trainer his -- i
---- -- --
unless the man believed that eyes misty, then paused for a mo-I But Roger waving adieu, had Ii'

Christ waa God. Even unconverted BROOKERMiss ment as he gripped the boy's hand, started off Another jockey was / :

men have a feeling In their Vera Cuiney Correspondent "AH I can say to yer. Master right behind him Timmie drew ;

hearts, that It takes God to save Roger," he murmured, "Is that I ; back, and gripped a branch tense- p 1

sinners No wonder that fanatics Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen are fed! Sir Peter standing 'ere light i 1 ly with each hand as he waitedfor ; !.I j I' : .

have a tendency to defy certain the proud parents of a baby boy with us, and saying all the thingsI'd I the race. :

types of religious leaders. Man born Wednesday. March 9. like to be Buying, how proud 'e i I Lining up at the starter's box I I' I I'

must have a god of some kind. If Mr. and Mrs R. W. Brannen Is of The Pookah and 'ow 'e knows,I were fifteen beautiful thorough- ,

he turns away from the true Godhe and daughter Pauline and Mr.,, you'll be h'out there bearln' the ;I breds. Hop Skit entering the race ." f

worships a false god. Sometimes Frank Brannen, of Lake Butler calve,ton name and the Culver- the favorite, seemed to snort defiance [, I

worship themselves,, I ton colors In "his honor. For I to the field as he proudly
men were visiting her parents. Mr. and myself I
Cud, Who made man and knowsm Mrs. H P Gainey, Sunday. I can't add much more to that shook his mane A LOT OF GAR

(in. would not send a mere man Mrs.! B. F. Hazen and Mrs. L. than a 'God bless yer' I I Holding the bell cord which Ii!

to.. die on the cross to save sin- A. Brown attended the Woman's Roger was too moved to make should signal the break from the

n"IS Sinners who want to be Club meeting in Starke ''''\>
saved look for a God Who can doth clay afternoon feet in the stirrups and started I jockeys to obey instructions and

.' business If a man wants a Mr and Mrs. A D. Crosby and away from Wilkins, he called back: I keep in line"Get VERY LOW PRICE I ii iiI

job done, he wants someone whois Mr and Mrs R. G. Crosby, of Yu- 111 try I'll try very hard." 'im up here( Read! You '' for a .
it Angelscan the British I Wells, look awake! Hold that head I
apable of doing kon, were visiting their parents, Jolting past young- ,
minister to us. Friends can Mr and Mrs. R. A. Crosby here ster, a truculent look on his face, Myers. Back there, Calrerton. I ,

comfort us The Church can fur Sunday. came Boots !McCuire one of the I Come on, on your toes!" ItI ll ItI

and place to had met at Mother The bell clanged The horses I II Ir
nish us fellowship a Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Parks and jockeys Roger I
warship. But it takes God to save, little daughter Shirley Ann, of Ralph's, He pulled in his horse leaped us one unit, across the barrier
If the "I'll tell something kid, before A oar went up from the
The Church cannot save. Jacksonville spent the weekendhere you :
God will start he said "It stands. They were off! I I
Church Is ever saved, with friends and relatives. we you
hiivt' to save It. Jesus Christ our Mr and Mrs. A B. Crosby and ...ant to stay In one piece, keep out Fiddler, a rangy maroon stallion -

Lord is "able to save: to the utter- children, of Jacksonville, spent of my way. That s all I'm tellin' took the laud at the first'

most all who come to God by the week-end here with her parents you" turn. Hustler, black eyes gleam- It Itit

Him." If a man wonders If food Mr. and Mrs. L R. GaineyMrs. Roger stared at him Inperturbably Ing like ebony was half a length

will satisfy hunger, let him eat1! W. A. Brown and Mr. and behind Ragawuy with Boots McGuire ,

If he wonders if water wilt quenchhis Mrs. Howard Summers, of Alachua "I'd like very much to stay in was third, and Hop Skit

thirst, let him drink. If he were guests of Mr. and Mis L. A. IO1e piece," he replied, with unruf- twenty feet behind Roger had 1 I,

wonders If Jesus can save, thereIs Mott here Sunday afternoon 'fled politeness "and I'll stay out I broken away on the outside, and ;il jI

a way to find out. Let him turn The Rev. and Mrs. J. ,K Newton of your way all right, Mr. McGuire was far in the rear I )I 1

himself over to Him Let him com and children of Green Cove and Would six lengths ahead be The Pookah run easily and firmly -
I head up. Roger was determinedthat 1:
mit his coul to the Lord Jesus Miss Geneva Dickson, of Way- far enough
''
Whilst: There are multiplied cross, Ga., were visiting the Rev Flower nudged The Pookah The In spite of Tlmmle's warning ,

thousands In the world who say nr\\ Mrs. G. E McCauley Sunday 'lotse wheeled and cantered off toward I he would not attempt to catch the
until the last hold of the
I truck, Boots clenched leaders
1-sus can save If you have not afternoon the as

hosted Him suppose you Just say Mr and :Mrs.!\ Charles Hardy and his fists in mute anger. I raceOut
around the fur end of the
with all sincerity: "Jesus I here sons, Eldon: Douglas, and Charles Beyond the race-track; barriers,
.ant i, now commit myself to you. 1innot Hardy and daughter, Miss Reba Timmie was strolling buck and track they aped Fiddler: keeping

< save myself. I trust youto Lee Hardy spent Sunday In St. forth dejectedly He had not heard I his advantage\ lilt: by bit, however,

:save me. I turn the case over Augustine the surprise announcement about Hop Skit and Hagawuy were pressing 1r. 1//
to the lot' Fifty yards more,
lI" you. Any man who honestly Mr and Mis\ Raymond (Crews 1 Roger He started away from the I

tml,, I sincerely does that will haveno of Jacksonville, spent Sunday hereis grounds and then, unable to leave I and they had taken the lead, run-
: neck and nick
doubts about the deity of Jesus guest of her patents Mr and antll he knew the very worst, wandered ning
Slowly but steadily Roger increased -
Christ: Mrs. 0, W Barry. along the stretch of whiten
.. The Poukah's pace. With
Wsregret to report that Mr ( thut designated the great
oval urea of. the course. every paining minute the gap nar- .
Will Is seriously 111 at this
r.e4M writing.Tyler We wish him a speedy An Irish cop who knew all the rowed between the British entry .. Stnn.larJ T."..-6..r-
COLDS ,
6 6 6 or keys by sight, and admired Tim- and the p'\lr of snorting, speeding ,
recovery. .
I FEVERItgsl.t The Brooker Baptist Church has mie for his doggedness and mettle I leaders to be a three-horse The LI owd realized finish. Every-it was ,: The Ford effort to make your dollars nicnt that make it a still bigger bargain. ,'" t
to him and said: i
B Y. P. U. and oame up
.. .... .. organized a I body was yelling Incoherently for well iIIuI'Vith thethrUryGo-hor'cponerengine
.n" is ,
"IHI.! .. flr t dny.. HO would be glad for all interested to "Tough luck, kid. Sorry to see I buy a constantly better car
hr.
l.i-nriai hilt her favorite
\,,_. ......P.. miniumIrr '!tend each Sunday evening at you in a mess like this. It s probably or i Standard Ford V.8 ho Standard Ford V.8 is priced especially .
As he approached Tlmmle'/i tree trated in the
"Hnl.Ur-l ln>-_World'* 0..t r-30: o'clock. Just a mistake and they'll fix ,

List meat The farmers of this community .it up." and the final home stretch Roger I i It has nil the basic Ford advantages. low and gives! the greatest g.aeIt I II
"Mistake!" flared the boy. "Youan.t attained! forward and cried out: '.,

ire letting very out busy tobacco.at the We present hope time the : fix a mistake like that! Not "Look out! Give' me room! I'm I I is built on the same chassis as the Do inilen o in Ford history. Hundredsofowners *i)' .

ro* coming through! .
flier
Air
tobacco as well as other crops will when you've thrown down your choice of 22 to 27 mile ,
!
Lute Ford V8. It gives a report averages
D1TRSSSINQ SYMPTOMS or successful. best pal'! When they take his horse The Pookjh darted forward, you
Drove
out o' the race because of what I making his last challenge Dink
of smooth 85-horsepower or 6O.honct..JJon/ or even more
EOLOSBAYER now TO (;o TO SLEEP'Mritit tlon >-- Read, on Hop Skit and Boot McGuire i

', ryes wide 0"I./: .**.*.' cnmPi "Son I'll give you a bit of news on Rugaway glanced back !I poser \'.8 engines, But it sells at low Your pocketbook will approve of the
'Milcklv IT blnd'lci, h iK ulurllwnkpii > ', the officer drily "TheHookah's with menacing looks. With one !
replied
And .
:2 TABLETf you usdo :3 thlnifM I AI- thought; they guided! their horses !! prices! and includes bumpers, spare tire, Standard Ford in every way. o
kalixe "I" "... kidney .<.ltl.l .. 1 fl-llt- rnnnIn' today""The !
'\ flush. nut N'11"li Thin h.Ipr 1| 'e-i iIIKVP Pookuh's runnln'?" Tim- closer together No matter which' cigar lighter,twin horns and other equip will you when you drive ill! ,
the' In nation that wakes you one won. they were going to make I
"U 1'. ,-niiMeH n. ,only flow, ri''''|ii.n( mie gaped. I I
tloriir, luirnliiic or hi.rki.chn 2IULLIZa rir;; worth nt green inhlom. cnntalnIIK thlnk'a ridm'him out :" screamed! Tlmmle, II I
And who do
",..htl It-avM, Junip oil elc. you 'I
,hint, uy Fiukcli, the kidney ..vuiijHiil ?" hysterically "Go round 'em! THE STANDARD .
t" any 1rlllrlflat unit get a They'll murder !" FORD 1/-8. .
stared It obvioushe you
.
IIIIS" 0.. ASPIRIN sand l nlirhtt .tarp l vnlly at (ARI'I.NTFIt'N The boy was I ***+**.
O aNYtN :. : T'P-PU HTOIU. didn't have any Idea. I But there wasn't time to go .

"Your pal--your buddy. round and still win the race,

I\ "You mean- ,' l.lps clenched In grim determlnlnatlon --- -- ,

FUNERAL DIRECTORMy "Sure Young Calverton's rldln' Roger drove for the nur-

for !\Ie to n..nd..r him himself" 'low middle opening/ lie was righton
I : !Many, Yeas Eeperlenre :)talces It pollltible
the others Dink Read ANDREWS Jr.
SERVICEtiOOFR.TE Quickly
W.
PltOMPT unit ('ORTEOVS: Tlmmle usually so loquacious, J.
EFFICIENT Skits head, and the
: PRICES tor once had no reJoinder. He was jerked Hop ,

HeWITT C. JONES :Jumbtoimded, and at the ame.I three horses lunged together In

Starke, Florida I time. filled with an Indescribable staggering Impact. I I Starke Florida
.", taJ: ,
nay ph 1 -., %Lrt sj.isUIou, renewed hope mingling (To Be Continued) ..



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Bradford County- Telegraph TOO LATE 'Ii.EMPLOYERS SLOW, REPUBLICANS QUIET- POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS I ITO


, I \VITH RETURNS Continued from Page One* _.
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F. i> planning to ran again but R. A .

______ Established 1977 CLASSIFY I. LARSON SATS REPORTS ON Lox Green of Starke .la tbe only THE DEMfV-RATlr; (",'.:rt8 FOK t'OI''T''' ..0'11'''" ,
TAXABLE WAGES MUST (,y THE KIOHTH jruIflAL.CIRCVIT I hT. hy ann,.,"". .. \ "
one t.> pay his qualifying tee. He 01101. e t,., .,u .
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ME.4'-\.BER = r-7l j ap nr.r.t.t. Ie ,, BE FTZfD: represents the Second Congressional I b.r.by .....*.un! < e my randday, from lletrict I-". ,.

I _."'. ftorttfa Pilr .,_ ; District- Henry Filer of f..r tninatlon a. 8.atAn"r.....,. to will .,( the s.t.. ,, ,
'LORmPRESS AssooAnoJA} x The L S Bureaa of Internal .u.-. red mri lf. ai: C. baa Miami formally entered the race .r".t.. *nersti and faith- _rved nix ) eara.nd ., H.
Revesiue
bere. Ladies aDd GeaUlrweo: at Wufeucgtco. to succeed WUoox. fal p&>-rfurnuinr of lb. duties rvf the' feel ih.t I .". .
.. ? J expreued uj taot+m u> Internal. ,I fUeThe. to know the n.*..>. <. ,
BIG SHOW The. stoow and 10 State's'attorneys
; the
yvovtbee One circuit judge dlKtrlrt
;, ; Revenue Ootteelov J. gwjCSer Uanoa I continued support of tharxmrMratu noy and of 11.p 6'
wafting for You're sees mu seek renominatton. I of (hi* Circuit will be ty I will .In.r./\! ,,,,.' ....
the fargo fercesiiage of em- t.t'tIyI .1.10..1.-1. vote and anive ."I..['r..r'' "'
Orng FMUTals. You's.SgrswbeTTy seea half the Slate Senate must be
ByJOME ptofers ia Fjords wbo have not J. C. ADKIXSI H I- .
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class FestrraJsv You're **enTotnato flied akowkig taxable tiDed and the entire membership 1! Oailnevrtll;; Florida. --
yen reporu
the Post Office'at Starke. Florida Festivals. Now we gtr of the State House of Represent-
Matter at
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wages' paid to envpJaree* from July I Fn-; FOR (.I1I'\Tt' '
6 .
!&T 'TK'I TTOR\K O'f1lt.,
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th* than of all. A 'I
greatest
you be ctooven. _.., .
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NEED rjFORT 1. 1 37 to December 31. l*r.'. a. moil :m.irt I to tlu> Democratic Prl- t, an""'"1' -' i m
monster RASBERRY Festival. State candidate must qualitAprilt ) | mary Rleetion I hereby announcny a candMat for : '

E. I... Matthews .u u Editor aM Owner 60 big days ajfcl 60 Mg nightsI Security required Act.uader Of the Florida Federal eaaptojr-Social by Legislative candidates. j' -: candiotaoy Ja4llal for Clrevll Stat cosapoMdf AttorneY.lghth *the r from will of District the VOtct Ti-/:<.:.. '.

A greet,; I fun. frolic and fooey. presenting ,, hare until April 7. f I' -f A_".... Baker. Bradford. OHf ocratlc Primary. M"i
ers subject to Title \TU ot the
; have bn '
Urged
f Strict. IA T-JT and fnlon Couatiea. t" ru- .
le hone Sl"CSCJUP110RATE {| 1M greatest assembly of candid Federal! Social Security Act. approximately +-- I Your vote and support will b* I flee by several. ..," .

ting ; candidates ever gathered together. KINGSLEY REAL START I "I>p..at.... trlct If It t.l thtr w.f ,

,6se wfck'fjborne 73e in Advance ; G&tL:: Micgeis. Strong Men.Vk twenty-three percenthave I T. E. DCXCAN ;, clians: at this if-.. ,T\\.<.1 I I
Month Payable
Six -
Yearly, S1JIO; failed to We returns on !, OAlneavill. Florida. with tl 1,. office. I i I' .
\ Men.. Freak and Wizards. Forms SS2 SS-2a .Continued from Page One 1 cent of the bKt ..' :. .. .
Advertising: Rates on Application ; and with' the
"_ eleratioa of :2.S miles give them a clean a'>*f 7til
\aracter See the only firing Florida Jun- Collector for point FOR e'rTera TTOH\IT -
this period These i ministration and tr> de .
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toot northwest of Lake which I kwreby announce mj rlf a taaI in their .. .
Kiegtley. '
I cot Senator in exat._ Watcli behalf It.! .f.,
figure are significant, as the employers I "...... (or the elfie. or Plate's At- la 44
dered i AImpor him wrotie the must be on or near the summit of in the E1ahlll) Jn-ttclnl Clr- years: cxp yr '.t -.
. ,: AGENTS OF PROGRESS} ; mighty Economy who hare failed to file I tornvr. ratd common ** h-i- edt
i_ Trail Ridge given as 239 SS2 t < taft f.nhjeet to approval of I h..t.n Florida.
;, Royaltsta. Taia star performer these! information returns have In ,', '-.> in the Democratic lrim.nr. Plant Cit if')

' to DU< (nnMt KHitorial IJy Leslie! A. Shepherd) \.Ta.II hrnnffht direct from WAhin.fF- .I.___... .....nl..... .............;.....,.,_ .ieooo __._ feet" '.a'" II may be ImIbJ.. tor- rialonra....--.. lo Tampa. ,I
n '
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atlona.ang ___ too thrill! and entertain ---J -"r'--- '' These old reports are all ; jr.w'th... tipaln, for me to meet J. .. .
| to you. }j ) ( persons for whom: no re- inj H (.1. i. ,
-- for much of : wage f orjMna.ly every voter but I aa-
In One of the ideals that seem to account our standard use. !
,
; have that I will appreciate tile
I For your approval the 193S ports been received. ;"lOr. y< ti
1 mam} : While most of think that : ----+ -- -- .'o-te and upport of my Brsdford"ounty .
activity is the ideal of progress. us 1 Florida Ranberry Festival prewnU The Collector pointed out it Is C friend. FOR r'nt''T' (.0"......I<..MV "

'Home ;, .\ our work i* directed! toward some goal, come believe in prog-!> the one' and only Doubl -X.-;],,I to the intes1at o( pir ejBploxer,4as( 7,149 BOOKS ,.i ZACH H --toOl-OI.AS.-- /To r..k.-the r.mo.-r.t'and N.w "I; ,. 3/
orldaveralJ
reas as inevitable, some! think of it as a delusion! and still BeJIwe. it or not. Ladies and Gen1 -1 -tn'as employee. to have this tit- LOANED IN YEAR ::,: ron .(ItOOI nn 'HI>> ,I fir I hereby rletilnn abc: f.-i: ., .
Omen an EX-Exalled Ruer: and formation sent to the Collector : I hrby annonnr mymaU a candl- ,'. .

elhods ', ', others may regard it ai an evil to be avoided. But the idea ,i, EX-Governor in I one and the same without further delay. Employers !$RS. YOUNG FILES FINE ,'dale:, R.>..rd for.,f rrtlon Puhllr I nut arnaoUwr raetlon for of i,*' do Mloner everything.and If re-el."i-iK -i ; 3

the .\ of progress affects all of us. When the National Administration -< peraon. Nothing like it mince Dr. will nave themselves the necessity: REPORT FOR LAST Rradf.vrd. Cnuntjr. unjt to actionf p.opI...t lntr Ibaven.-l 1'. r. I '
tabllsl 1 r>_infatK' v..tr. In PrimaryM .z. I
the h'clpes began referring to its work as a New Deal it was appealing jjekell and Mr Hyde. } of having to make explanations to YEAR 1. D3R. and tr. and peoples' i"..! ..,. '

\ See WOULD-BE ...aatonl'r their employees or survivors ofJeceaaed If -lti-td I proml.* to 'give to will contlnii .t. I
to a desire for change: and progress that most of us f Mrs H. H. librarIAn. this nv district and Bradford County; an- I appreciate yoitr' : r.T .
[ Compare them with the REAL | employees and will cut Young .
I, ..,,,..r trm of hnnt. eonnelentloui* 1 .v.t.
.nvenkusewi If possess. Because of the writer's vocation, and because of his [ thing It's the chance of a llfetime. down on the need of further con- week, submitted her annual report ; ,lnltrallon: with equal right. to !: __ i

; it has seemed desirable | The show is t..rence with' to the Woman's Club showing that ill -nd rtMH-ial' prlTll* ** to non*. I .
< ,4 interest in all social institutions to just starting- ,' government officials Tltanklnc you for your support I i "I.TKH II. ..HI. f
rrenp ;; ::o long waits or delays Going .: they are now prompt in submitting 1 total of 7.149 books were. loaned 1In" \-.t* 'in the approaching prlE. '\\Ot'u I:..
busing 1 study a community's Churches as mediums or agents of; ", ,.n'.1.m. I t, For county coo. ,, -.
Ion now. going on all the time. these report to the U. S. by public library during the year. ; n..rfutl". i District Four. .--"mpr-,i- ,

As a J progress. Collector o.Mntera! Revenue. The report also showed that aIWA : J LEWIS. Hampton. and Orahatr. ,
...nit1> ; No expense has been or will be ._h'* VI_! OV... .* .WIIVVICI0....____.__ V_.__._ .a.*._.v._._. J........._._...... ".'__.--- ----._.__. r"h'_.. ...'. .b.?_. ._. h.'ln. ...-- ---'i.-.._. ... 'I

>n agtjI : : Any number of people can be found who believe! that )I' spared in staging this mighty Political Collector Larson pointed out been issued since the library V0 opened I II of(or Hampton lh' pawl"thirty-fit-t-and Rradf..-.. ;;
Pageant. You will see gen. :j I that to receive old-age benefits FOR '.unOI. IIO'RI>> .1

I sysl. ;\\ the Churches perform a valuable service because they preserve ulce live congressmen in the flesh. j under the provisions of the Social I here July 15, 1935. and that :' I hereby announce myaelf a .can.dilate 9-d thvt. to t .am.*rv.qualified th. people forI. i
.
slness I witi 31,, and preach the best revelations out of the past of man's j I There'll be bigger and better band I II !!,, Security Act. It U necessary thatI | 293 new books were acquired dur- he S<-ho for*.1 RoarS election from a.Dl mmt..trlrt Two.nmprfatnx of. they,..or friend are' dmervlng.and ;My :y .Ii,

d( thai r religious experience. And while some hold this view with | wagons. Climb right up folks.tI I I employee be credited on the I Ing Fiction the past was year.in the greatest demand :'[' .a-d- Sam p.on: South City lOt auhjert ark.. Ther.u to the.. will endeavor. to vnpport-give, then. -j,...!

and go for a RIDE. j|I :records of the Social I faithful and ronrlntithat '.
>
Security | will of the vot r In the r emomtlr ,
* mor i conviction still others be found who indifferently and i they. have ',. .
books '
positive may I I Eoard with I 4,722 of this nature j>: <* Primary. My S. If elected I alway tt,
I Ijource Not ONE platform. Not TWO ; the amount of wages to civ
their 4 \ .. ..
j loaned ; pr"ml M. to work for the be t ln -r-
were ; juvenile books i
*' agree to its possible truth. j 't,.- has carn4 H* pointed out that : ... I wish to thank *.arh.
' ; platforms my friends but a bun- j! I were second In popularity with'''I, of alt the cchool In Pr ad fordouriy v'.t..r 'In advance for yoi. 1.
the < Your vote and active -
Information .up.r
nt an ,1' But in an age that boasts of its progressiveness. and almost dre May 3. 153'
!| of
amount
,n wit "- I igtra' all alike. The trick. Ladies wages 0aid an employee W S. 'IBLEl" I

en def drowns i itself in new I ideas and revolutionary thought and ntlement. is to tell 'em I.I Is required. by the Government in j biography ranked a poor third i ij
with only 168 calls the
h.W| systems! !'! there is little satisfaction or reason in upholdingthe part They'll build 'em right before order! to calculate! the benefits under during FOR !SCHOOL 5ORflI .'nR -nt''TY' (0"111"10"
The !
year. I t f ,
hereby announce tnv candld.tcyfor hereby announc m> I .
your eyes and you'll roar with old-age insurance which the nomination' member. of the '..r ; the Churches simply I because they are custodians of antiquity. Those who gave books to the aa a .mm""lon..r" f,,,.
1 Government bas obligated Itself School Hoard from District Two. tr--I Two ,
gLee a yO'J watch the candidates to ; North St rkt Jo"
.>raanj : Such a cause! is not that which inspires great devotion and I I I I gallop madly about I pay workers when" they reach the 1 library during the year were. : uhjt. to the will .., the D&>moatl 't 110 the Democratic prunar.i '1I 1\\
stealing .
planks ) : Bradford County School. flf-' <' Voters In the Primary Kl"rtlon :i In I.* held May 3.
wins< the whole-hearted interest of intelligent people. It has from each other. age of 65. or to their estates in the ; High May J. If elected. I will dill-']'I vf pttte4 I rnmie. t. I
ition I' event of their ty-three: Miss Gertrude Heering. gently work for better ItradfordCounry of the Srood 01..- n41
ilching 1 been said aptly that religion is not devout retrospect.;: : You'll see political clowningsuch I j lore. death It... there- j,I forty: J. R. Howe. twenty-four; i..,"....1.. Tour vote and >upp (' rpl' County at lar < ht |

etl ;, Important to the employee >rt appreciated' .. __._ beet of my: ability
i If the of the Churches sometimes clothes itself as you have never witnessed that the taxes deducted: from his .| Miss Isabel Fernandez and Mrs. ... .... .h... "...". I t!, I bltv. my exprlr", ,II,
: message before.! Tout] ,
en laugh. youll scream | Alice Baker. eighteen: L. C. Pres- j i alderman: of 8tark tosea''rl

.- ,; ; in language that is reminiscent of ancient usage, and you'll bowl as you watch the i amount wages by of the taxable employer and he the ''cott. ten. ; Mrs. Titus Olsen. six: : I I FOR rorvrv 'O".I""IO'\R I]|I po.itnn| yar and I oualiftd hall appr- "

I1serv, of personalities long since expired this is because it speaks clowning! candidates trying to car- j <<: are promptly wages reported receives toI -. Mrs. J. M Alvarez four: E. L. i for I county hereby announce connnl.ciOfler my from candidacyl L'iairlit ; upporrV M <
>n ant -y water on both shoulders tear Matthews .. Mitch i ET"
|: three: Mrs. Frank Col- Three aublect to the III of
becautter } of things past a? well I I as of "the things!'! which are" and the up each others' fences get In each'I the Collector_ _of Internal_ _Revenue. $ ley. two: H. H. Young. two: Mrs. I lIt. vot..rn In the Democratic Primary -

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tl "thingsvhich shall be." (Kev.1.19.) The genius of the message others' hair. and go through their', .- !, H. V. Knight: one: Mrs. E. K. ,,ur to vote b* held and :May Mtppart. 3. 131.V will b* FOR COV\TT: rOM.H."10M.R:

Llmlt }" is its timelessness. It !speaks' of the past because it is'mall ;. comic routine. FREE POISON ,:I Perryroan one; Miss Ruth Stern- ..,.-...111'' anpreclated.F. (". HOLt.I? GSWORTII. dictate I hereby for announc county ntyaei comm!' .ji i...

; 'I.: conservative : it speaks of the present and future because itj I; Hear the mighty choruses of : berg, one: Margaret Montelth: I Ii Jeet from to 01,1..1,1 tile p will, One of the
n ofj> | fifty screeching screaming sound IN PROSPECT !!t[ one: Virginia Sewell. one.. i FOR .'Ol'XTVI (""H''II''SIO'\F.R vvtFra In the primary elect H.,

Hy' th n progressive. Its declared objective is the reign of God in1 wagons. Watch them on parade'as I Receipts from fines!! during the .1 hereby announce ..t y candidacy :3. If honored with' elector hioffice
: { for County (C.omml..lon..r from I"IKI I i I prom lo serve M 1 ..
>d me, : human life a goal that permits much progress. they lumber from town to town. COTTON GROWERS WILL BEN'-I I year amounted to 37.83: receipts ,I,I trtct Four. subject. to the vorera In'I pie of my diatrlct and ticounty >- frt. rt

;\ Experienced announcers will thrill EFJT BY pILL NOW BE- from books on rental shelf totalled t, the prtntary election May 3. I prom.I II. to the. .bt. of 'n> i "I,

i While one function of the Churches is to preserve the :\ vo'l. Familiar recordings will entertain FOR ,,cONGRESS I S16O.52. Ice Ilk.., to adminlAtratlon give a faithful In cud thla bu.,office.Y'.ur '''."*'. I .U.with'i fairness and ImparMal i"

heritage of a glorious beginning in religion. there are functions you- Housewives busy :!j A WPA f upport appr..claid.. T. I.tSWr.I' ,"
( furnish' .
Pnojeet o free It !iS wASVTN.FOR
other than this. which bathing the dishes will be Informed I! Card of Thanks
are basically progressive. If that :j poison materials to Sea Island FOR COf\TT .
"The big rally starts j .0..10" .
it is true that we find ourselves equipped with material advantages .i cotton growers has been submitted !\ We wish' to thank our many I roi %1'\' <-OM II<<..IO\ IR I take the method of ai l !
promptly at .
o'clock the
eight at Washington.. The i friends for their kindness | I hereby announce myiwlf a ...noli."at. my candld.icy for -lctl ''it |
and scientific power which we are nioraIy: : ur.ii.-" court house square.? Crowing ,, project ; and sym-i I j .* for re-election to the office of office of County Commlsulo
:: will undoubtedly be approved. 'i pathy shown us during the recent county .mml..I"n.r r>i .trlct No :3 riot Mn. One 1I.t..I.: and

ted to use! then we must ,*aule! the faithful religious in. titu'l rooSters and barking hounds will Therefore In order to know how!I illness In our home.. made I South Stark..". I was born andr.a..d fullY HoHrlt your Vote and I'

I inc be ble to drown out the melo-I.! ._.._... __.___ "_ .. 'u. : ___ L.. .. They j ,In Bradford County and am I t..I.th..t l with mv exn-,
lion. for they urge men 10 equip inenisei\e: moraIl '. 10pr&anws I 'Mous strains of "" Down &fl4a. .nn.flI IV vruer. It Will Utnecessary Qur ourcien ngnter. i a taxpayer I toe office I am now-better ..4I
'ay Upon \, for all who I Mr. and Mrs. Errol 'I I I fcl. that with my 'p..rl.n.' '*. tam j to .cc'.. too than I have -
1 spiritually.: l It-: ... iht.;.' material progress: prove a mere he Suwannee River." The announcer growers Alvarez now better fitted to tier,* you i I ollcle your vote '
I wad free polton to come Into the and family. j than I hav vr b* and ran .in lan only pr imne yt, "
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battle-ground where a few days of hatred are able to destroy will break In again to Invite County Agent's office and turn in .--- - prornlw: you that If t : r-lctd. I Iff you honor toe with thiUraln. ro
you to "Come and hear the i "P.:( I U. .i '"'r. H'* NOIKK i to stand for the rlM -'f the tat.payer. I will dir'-bnrg-c tfl i
their
f many years' achievements. The message of the Churches is I people's candidate" while his helpI j I 1938 acreage of Sea Island OP 'I..: I of my dntrl-t. and the county *aid office to the very t>*.- "Y
cotton. ()TI' K: IS HKKKLJY GIVES I a. a whole. Blvinayou the beet ability:
i : moral ; it begins where civilized! society begins, and at the f changes records. and the truck, ,""'.'r .and 'In afcnrdanre with that that I that I have In m.* '1 ".r)' pctfiili.

It point whence all proceeds. The voice of the 4l appears down the street with All farmers who are going to ..*-. I. tn ffn.1 l ......r..0 if foreclosure I Will thank you for your ,'ote! and.upport !j J J :M F.OS--
progress Churches j
the !j plant Sea Island cotton In 19-18 and .o'I ernie r..n..d. Hy Hon. A. Z. I I I _. ____
, i is call speakers bleating 'Come on j *ctfullv. I
a to spiritual considerations. Christian ministers have ,and hear- (scratch)-Come on and i:1 who wish to get some of the free '.urI of ftrariford ('.,untv Florid. I I _.._ M.M.U'IIY THOMAS! I FOR take tint this'\TV COM %ll"IO'lt

much to say about 'ision-that spiritual and mental capacity bear (scratch) Alexander's.Ragtime poison are urged to come In and 'In r'lianrrrr. 'in that certain caui 'tint I will h.mean a candldnt nf ai !h.<
pending in ., I t
HAM ( mil
; "' rt 'h..r..ln t: I < 01 >'TV 'O'ttli.IOWBDISTRICT
that to (thump j r-glster for the tree poison and \\ Alrtrrman E.L are' Plaintiff office of County Commlxlm.-. i"III
I causes men create. achieve to thump. ; t the
,
progress.It Fourth
thump Band." ;; syrup not later than March 31 H.d l I'-.l.-rt' H. KII.H.-!| Et. Al.) are I hereby announr* my candidacy '. nintrlct of '*
) Cotinty. .
) '.,.. .. .. Fla., aubject to the I Ieratlc -
"femlantH. ( S. f
: .::. 7$I. the under- r nomination a* County t'ommln-
would be well to formulate a definition of progress at Bring the family and spend a ,. "J '. -. +--. ..- 'med. Special" Mftftier hy ....101 derw nU.nr of Bradford County from I appeal Primary pclallv,May, S. I*;' '
tn th
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5,. 4 this point. The following suggests: itself! as a tentative tappy hour on our Raspberry Fesival Clinic for Cripples -....h app.'int.'i nf the two win following"paral..l dwrlb-cell rratlrPrimary tllitlrirt One. ul.Ject Klctio' to the Dmo- of the farmer and the M n'

.01 parrl .'.f land f.i the ..rh..t. If I am elected' I the man.
pledge
Midway
working definition : "that movement of institutions Everybody plaYII.e"erybody A po. F".'.'K T.
customs, j clinic for crippled children >.hMfor each. In front nf the pie of my dutrlt-t that I will work AnERXATIIT
.: wins. Pay your money : will South front door of the for u. to the beet of --
5. : and conditions wherein more and more people enjoy be held in the Woman's club '. Bradford I' my abIlity ----
and
more and take your choice. Try itirttr CnurthouM In I Ktark. Flor- Knowing- partiality to nan.. FOR rorvTY
your of Lake 0"111"1"\
more benefits." On the basis of this definition it is luck at the '! City on Tuesday, Apt I II 5. 01... during the legal| houra of aalen Your vote and *upport will be apprclatd. I hrbv annottnc my *n' dr
stagger- poltical three-shell ,,1933. by Dr L. I.. Fort orthopedic Mniidiy.' April 4th A. f> lt.31. for nomination .* ('''un'l.. f*...r 'itCuter ,

fcfl jog to imagine what the loss would be to these last centurie -ame. Guess which shell the lit- j: Burgeon for the Crippled: Children' 10-wit Prt'ei: l One fommn1 P. D. REDDI3H of Flradford County Ioull'l,
'Ie 1 I. !! ,' : at SWiriir Vum'>*r Two..rt.: .. Stark rt
I of progress' i if the influence of the Churches could be sub- pa under. Watch closely : Commission for the state of Flor- I -.- .,f sP.'- nf NW'. nf s...- Knit !Ml IIOOI. "0 \..U the P.i.rti.>cratlc Primary *1... I.
'rlends; remember the hand is Twp 4 ". .It SS K., run K. S.1o I If
: ,,, Ida. This clinic Is lt I hereby announr myself a randl- -.t.t..1 I promt thhont. 'M
tracted. For the churches have insisted sponsored by tr Mtjirtii'ft i,r lnt : th-n*** run tat for
: service member .
on
to of
other quicker than the eye. Gu"ss right ,,, the American X 4110 ft thrnr th* Board of palnf taking-, and ""hi
: R:
Legion and Is In cooperation : to fltat I'uhll.- Inntruvtlon for iwrvlo 1 tiat I ,
FXntrlrt No have rendered i innpt. )
people as a creed and as an enterprise. This alone marks nd it miy mean a permanent job. with the State' Board of ,,l I 'lt'l.. N... M. thcnc* M aIa.nrlsht.of.wey I t ..f Hradford ('*'unl)'. Florida itiih. The active puppc rt
$ ind a good salary. Guess i j' of Sl. lIned No. l-t in the will of lh- 1'.n.o..r.II"- vnt'r" in rB|>-..tfllllv xollt '
I .
4 them as progressive. since progress as we conceive it demandsthe wrong I Health. It takes care of bone ami''| !:. f. xlito. r"i1' i.n X In. of ..aid v'iiri In the primary to b* held, L. L. ('flX'I
ami you'll be out of the ; 10: thn- \V to .
I i tartlnr point M.
runningor ,Joint diseases v .3. 111'It .
interest of the harelips' and cleft >'I I -
more fortunate in the welfare of the less, six long itt aId s*<- Twp. and Rang.I .: .lrtil I promli. fair :
years.Everybody > a and Im.arun
palate If there is a child In I r ---I| Two- fl':', nf XWl', of ". I Foil ociiooi. ftntitu
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your a.lmlnlHtratlon .
j fortunate. If some. of their members slow "*. S Twp. of the ofrlr I wlli tn '
I x
to It 2S ann.un
are >
change their family B lylnaV t) "n>
ready. get your mon- under sixteen of ., .. i Pertaining to this Important ..
: yeirs \ ; for .
r age t f s>xt* iifni .Vo. 1. *.- .,ffl .! I '* -tlon MM a .....ml. .
*: the
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concepts from natural self-service to Christian ey down. Here we go folks- !. suffering from one of the above ,'''p', 'h V Son ft thereof. and ""tis-ii"; a are to wlfrti i.f .
vatch closely Now !Ian.J please i-N. .-in, Hi"P I Itndx a'd "..v. 01.,0'11.. h. hn.tof. a. great m* ur* In' ,xllbj'cl lo the will of thti ..
UnSelfighnCSS'j' you see it contact .. i ihi &
the fact remains that the Churches continue your family physlj ai, "r "rrl on*. .f th* r"oiinty'w Ijiiportant. branch i i''the I'Biiiwratlc Primary. VI.1
now you don.t.VllcoxPep.- j i clan or county nurse before T .'n.'sI..ASIHH.t.: ThAiiklng a-ovrnmnt. "'.U'! If I r..-,-l<-,'t-d to till4lnftrly I. ,
urge unselfish helpfulness and thus remain .\.. H .. I you for. your vote and ...
at the front ofProgressive outSholtz; SboltzPepperWII-,! April 5. | Kial' Master In Chancery tiptMirt. I urn. p'inlc' to .ii'w..rIe '
i ,'l I I T-ilB-tlt, A K--l : for .
rh
-, a DrOlCl'el4s a1s 0 Irn___i__ngIwnasaI ------- _. : OX Now where i*- the m nn little__ rI n.-.a.- ?' ---. -_--_ .._ ,.. ,Ph.... ....- ,.... .n........_.........._.. I Your Very r H.*.'.*.-ffullv. ,".h._,_.n._..,_. ..._."lb....u...A'bevt.,..._.interest. ..._nu.......,.. no
Hie prosperous looking I| -.- "-:*-4-I. A. JtfRRK.VCY.foiiiitv J. iiI M'I (
I gent put
i St. .
Marks ----- -
results EpiscopalThe -----
living from --
his
progressive thinking. money on Wilcox. Now we lift .
\OTl' K nr a % t ? "t Itradford. I
Not only the un-Churched people, but many of the Churches' he little shell: sorry brother. you gueit speaker at. St. Marks I I : opKIITIFIf'tTK* TS .......It : stair of h'loril.i. .x-i-ntMl..10...-"" ....nnd filed. with :II l ,
iiesned! Episcopal xrv-n-f.; is MKrtRRV:: t\" ..f SW>i f See !tl I I ymi will not Oil II
wrong. Better luck next Church OIVKX that Tp. 7 Jot H. In dfvldrndMOIIOA.V. .
I
Friday
members -
to be night at
seem of the II Hlor..hy .
unaware progressive force of thai time'' l 7.TO hue fled with m. written 31 I-: containing-I Acr n, more' .
Wllcox -- Pepper -- SholU : o clock will be the nr lest I F JOXHt*
; Rev. reqiect I hut
: C. C. the tux r"rtlf lent** ,
Biblical saying "ye shall know the truth and the 'I ., i.*, Th. Referee In Hankrupt
truth ,11 .
shall Sholtz Pepper Wllcox. Nowhere Tarplee of Green Cove niil. "riti nt omit- taxes' to b* soul are evidenced
.
%' make you free." (John 8:32): ). JThis statement! is not properly ': do you say the little pea Is ? i, Ml\ Lillian Skinner will Springs.conduct I *., or AdvertiHtMl levied' tmjttm and' Hold held, to by the the hlKh.State | i-v I2A.frllflcnt nnd '1913. petlvly.Xo' .. *77 and. and 1X3-1 of 1I 1--- -

.. '.-.... rp
I The the Lenten / < M.h -i, "Hwnt taxn for .
considered as something incidental to the'central young man says "Shell study class Tuesday I oroviri bv I Ih years, l 1"5 to
: message of S nat. Rill "'WI of the UU o7. both Inclusive, I
the Churches. It is a declaration of -Mft the. shell yourself. my friend. 'I afternoon at too: o'clock ,in- th..... ... -Klnliiiure' ., upon the following act of' I,1 UI)1.60. amuuntlnc to .

independence that paves too oau- -another bunx.- Now: church. She I 111I well qualified to |I.e.'rflw.d: roCI I efttrtte tt> "te "ounly i SObS lax'" crtlfl' .<'"t*. together with I|I I

,4 the way for a mental progressiveness that recognizes no bar- f .1k.. Just to prove that there's ),t speak on the rural work of the tyit'U' nrndford. Stte of Florida I lo- 1 I'|I 'St.ill .uh"U.1 w will' It* old omitted to the or highest levied i

; riers. othlng crooked about the game church a. she has been a United I \, r 94 c.t riv tying: i liM'r at the Courthou:: door In I i

1 T'm going to ask the chap in I' Thank Offering worker K ofv II-IP of VBH of !SWIn vtark* >.n the l Itt 01...' of April iSIS.I I
4 over- In various Temple. l ....,.. II on
But the of the Mu >-1)1 v tl Tp. S tl o'clock' A. M.
vitality Churches' ministry corresponds II
s with the progressive interpretation of life that hell. And there folks. I. the Ill.I i services will bn held more. .or. lt. IU". I
we trace to a-i follows Th ..>. lo hv Hold "m evidenced I I' .i"FIl'.1 1 1. )O. .\ ft
I
:} 'I!! pea under the shell marked : church school 'iv r..rrlfpn| >.. .
. c Jesus of Nazareth. His ministry was I ten o'clock: Noi t77 nnd inn of A. J. THOMAS..
performed in I
swift 12 .and "1.1 r... Clerk| of I .
' ; Pepper"right where ) morning pertlv ly and circuit Court
/ It's been prayer and.l sermon elev- '_ . rep4 .. ......_... .._...i,f ,
', movements, with an inquiring mind, and a challenging atti- ill the time. ._.._. U_'I'lOCK._L_._ .'..nl 7 hoih lava.In.l..I".i tot hsnt'; ntl'ri nit;; to.n.; .' '.I .31.f.l.ft.'o.. nn _. ._."' r r..."..... i--m

c 4 tude. When a man who lacked vision offered his!'! services See the great Free Act. Our -- --+ 'SH.54 H.-tld tax. .rll.al.. .. together. with .--#

: at a desciple the 'tit ure and fact ( 'I| ,.h""nt '1'\1 TIIK nUTIIHT rol MT OP '
he TMK
answer received carried the jugglers will andze Scout .. o.ittcl or levied' -
.. :-
tempo of MeetingThe I MTKII ,
T.TK -
: vo'i. Our W.11I| h* ....'.1 to the hlshent i!! FOR TMK
the Christian attitude boloney slicers will asi I *.. tot TlnR'tn.'rR: -.. .
: "No one is to the 'ddwr nt the f "rthouM door In I. op
any use Reign of tuna you. Mud throwing con- ,.', local BOY' Scout Patrol hel> -."rk.. on the let .hy of April IIIJ8. I||i I FIOIIII..> %. iv a t ''Kill rrtv.
I.VOTK-K' tKoseunexpected
For
.J Cod who puts his hand to the a 1 1on oViork l FIRST MKRTI.VII:
plough and then looks behind 'e'la. hull throwing contests; f Ireatcrs. | meeting Friday night in the Armory ....,_.. thly the A. M. (IF rn tJ'ITOltot I
: him." (Luke !) :62- with the lth day of :\far<'h. In the ',
: Jofatt) HUP.RY. HURRY. HUR scout sign and I51".. mnt*r nf (
'tY the shows just oath opening the session. Report ". .PI"II.. Sf: I 1.1 I' ITR UASHKTT
starting
Thus because of their concern for creative morals their was heard from Arch .t. ., TH"" \". lr f 1'I'.k. ---- -- +- Thomis. Jr.. fiord. of Circuit Court of rd. Platrlrt aforesaid bank-

fundamental social-mindedness their proclamation of the Improved Refrigeration In regard to the actions of the Bradford County, Florida. rum.VotI.U jolts of life
School 1.1'I .1' .f.1 hrl>y liven' that
liberated I Boy Pntrol. and on
mind and Starch
their forward-looking William -- 11. 11:1.: the cad
-- dptor
--
attitude. Den F
the Hall local wan
j jill
contractor. Baker .uly ..
.1 was appointed leader 'OTI M diudged bankrupt, and that'
Churches of 0V l K ,
( may fairly be called agents of / anon apply for a patent 'r' tie\ flr.t meting ..f insurewith
progress. And wherever on an ,,, the Wolf Patrol to succeed Leon t v.nttrtc\TV.: I will f to' held said ereditr.

I' L they have lost the fidelity of some of their members the Improved 1 system of refrigeration. ard Smith An overnight .':..Tf.'R iOil M"" HKHKnr'h h": rilVK.V that ..oiirt' II..u....In PmrkFlorida.c'.t Itnnm, County. ..
campIng filed .nIII'
with \
m trucks used for the m* .h tf. !>3'. ,.. ..'
t ik I beat public mind shipment trip to i th it t th. .... i 'I''k. m at
has
Klngsley Lake
I : more sympathy with their idea of f strawberrIes ) was ''gill ax 'lIf. ."hi h 'In,1, .'."." .
prog Plans for Mwlh nil "t-
the planned ultfl4Muenl .
for | .1.
today and l 1'0''' li 1' .
n
re to be ,.
riinti- .
submitted .
grown wary and turno to off I1 1 Friday l. aH1 "xamlit" th t
and ,
ikrtipt
-11-liv.tl ,
py Saturday) and the aii't old t.< the .. .. andiiiiMi Johns & Wainwright
"Vurk. ala in .t 'h >tl ,, ,
I c' I.
: I Washington! are being meeting adjourned with the Scout Mfl.i-t r.. dto| fi m.h". provided pi .. .. ,< t n.*, nv-y
'iwn by Met rill c111l1an? I .' inn HJfU of th 13fl .,.t. itnt.d.! .1'-kH.n"lli 'enedictlon. > t
'r' '; l
i
itt Florida,
MtHin the folluw ,
lug 5..iiI..t real ,ttrttp In the Mifi fr .I..., U"". ,

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