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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 25, 1938
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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For School Board Is Held Monday Sharply Passing ;* Foolish Competition Ir ''I i

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ELliERT SIBLEY RUNNING GUARDSMEN: : TURNS OVER FIVE TIMES: ; t.:1JO.OOO: !> ( PINTS-TillS YEAR ," 1.1' r '

,I FOR COMMISSIONER i HAVE GOOD; INSPECTION WHITE MAN IS INJURED I BRING GROWERS $138,300: l I ", '

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The 1938 "off-year' election The local unit of the National Aaron Myar negro, 36 of Venice I The price for-pint crates of I

gives promise of more and moreexcitement .,,. Guard was highly commended ; was Instantly killed Thursday I strawberries Wednesday hit aa d'' I

as the first Three primary of 1' -"- Monday night by Colonel Torey B. afternoon when the automobile he': Lk all time high, bringing as much .

May 3 draws nearer. more 'I ....... Magee Inspection officer of the was chauffeuring for his employer as $4.60 on the Starke plnttorm I
candidates announced this week for United States from W. V. Cookson, turned 1 over on and $4.30 In
CZECHOSLOVAKIA. -Soldiers Army Macon, Lawtey One of the
field
I maneuvering
heavy pieces,
school board: Dr. W. E. 1ddIe. Ga. at the conclusion of the annual Road 13 about one mile south of I largest buyers In Starke stated I
local physician for transported by trucks as alarm glows In Czechoslovakia over Nazi I
prominent CANDIDATEMARK
ton. '
Armory inspection here. Starke. that these unusual prices were not I ,
seizure by Germany and Poland's invasion of Lithuania '
and J A. J McKinney -
district two ( It began at 8 o'clock with the The negro's neck was broken and market urlrps' but morplv. th" n. I t .
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Jr.,, of Graham for district individual' inspection of each man his head was crushed when he was WILCOX suit of heavy competition between i"' ''II

three. .Dtstrlcjt two Includes South and lasted until after the gas mask I flung through the windshield of i buifeia "It Is foolish buying," he I ,

Starke. Th..ressa"and Sampson WOULD DEPORTNON.CITIZEN I T. C. MERCHANT demonstration at 9:15 o'clock, the elght-cyllndered' Oldsmobile said, "because that's higher than '

while district three Is' comprisedof which concluded the routine fifteen> 'lifter it had turned over five times. I FOR WORKERS the New York market. I I )'I'1 '

Graham. Brooker, Hampton, minutes ahead of schedule This : Cookson operator of the El Viruno A total of 8,203 crates \ I
Senate CandidateSPEAKSHERE were
and New River. M. B Futch of was due to the fact that the local Hotel in Venice, received a broken I I shipped In the past week from I I' ;
Lawtey. announced for district one Headquarters left leg and the ankle of the same '
( Company (Second | Sturke by truck and 47 by ,
Tuesday (North Starke and Law- ALIENS I Battalfon of 124th Infantry) was limb was crushed. He also received -I Against J Wane-Hour mil anti two express cars tolled express from f '

tey i so well drilled, Orderly and versed severe bruises and cuts about ,
In Ills Talk Here Lawtey containing; 1,024 pint
The announcement by It!. B. I in the many duties it peifoims i, the head and hands, and Is con- crates together with 7.646 date ,J .

Futch for School Board In district ,| | The Inspection included examInation fined to a local hospital Tuesday shipped from there_ by truck and III'' I' .

one gives J. H. Moore, Incumbent ''Finley Moore Makes Advocates Vote Before of the supply room, Indl- | Cookson was en route to Jacksonville brought Bradford County shipments .I '

his first competition and at present -, Plea For Senate Entering Offensive 1 i vl.lunl inspection of each member on business matters the rpeaklng toalarge and attentive to an estimated total of

seven aspirants are campaign : |I lof the unit, drill inspection of the I' chauffeur. Myar driving. Describing I audience here last!: Tuesday 1,300,000 pints with a return to I" ;

ing for election to the three school I Position WarfareT. message center section, radio and the accident, the hotel operator -I the growers of approximately 'I
board I I panel section, wire and I Congressman Mark Wilcox, candidate II
positions. I telephone explained that the negro, $138,300 I '

In the race for County Commls-I' Finley Moore, candidate for U. C. Merchant, Madison weekly section and of the Intelligence de- to pass a I nick, stepped' suddenlyon I for the United States Senate The average price' for berries J t

lion posts Elbert SIbley, of TheI I i S. Senate opposing Claude Pepper I newspaper editor who is now cam- partment.In the excellerator advancing the outlined his own record In cHir'.nar! the past week, including '

r ssa. announced Monday that he I j I and three other aspirants, spoke complimenting the company. speed of the car to nearly seventy congress, and struck vigorously at Wednesday's unnatural prices Is J

will be a candidate from District ,i[ to a small crowd at the intersection paigning for the United States Colonel Magee said "I have asked miles per hour. He told the chauffeur -I certain measures, which he said I $313: with a prospect' of heavier [r 4 II.:

foul, comprised of Theressa of Call and Walnut Streets Senate, spoke here Saturday after- this evening many questions thatit "for goodness sake, Aaron, hud been shipments for the next week Shipments

Graham. This makes fourteen during a heavy downpour of rain noon advancing as the main plankIn is not necessary for you to know, slow down" but the negro cut backto j I sponsored by other senators for the past week> were I,

hopeful candidates seeking the five I Tuesday afternoon. his platform "Let' the people but you have answered correctlyeach the right side of the road too and which, he declared, light shippers said, due to the .

Commission offices. The Lake City man told voters themselves vote on the question be. and every one of them. The quickly after passing the truck, I were inimical to the best interestof fact the front three weeks ago .r

Not only do the county office he favored banning Immigrationof supply room Is unusually clean and causing the car to turn over be- the state and nation. killed bloom In many places, which,
I> fore being plunged Into foreignwar neat and the radio section Is excellent cause of Its own momentum in the made a "blank" this '1
aspirants promise to make the people from foreign countries These Included the BlackConnery spot
election an unusually interesting for at least 50 years and advocated ," The gas mask demonstration forward direction> "The first wage and hour bill, the sugar week. Shipments are past't I t, I I

one but in the past two weeks I,! deporting all aliens who will not "If one of the' other four gentlemen was very good." >" [ thing I thought" of when I came to control act and the proposal lo ahead of shipments at this time '

the four candidates seeking: to unseat accept full responsibilities of cit- seeking the Senatorsht| Accompanying Colonel Magee was of fire Cookson said.! pack the Supreme Court. The last year, 1ZI>8,280 pints being '

Senator Claude Pepper have I i Izenship. He further stated he 'had announced on this platform, were Major C. y Yuill. Instructor Fortunately there was no fire speaker characterized the wage Hold by March 26, 1037 with an estimated jl

made their plea to the voters of would work for an amendment to I would not have entered' the cam of the National Guard in Jacksonville but the automobile was completely and hour bill as un-American, and, return of $147,000. An : ii':

Bradford County. Dave Sholtz the constitution to make all Na- palgn," Mr. Merchant said. "But I Major C L. 11.ton! of the St. demolished, all the wheels beIng If enacted ultimately would reduce average of eighty cats per day j II ,

former governor of,Florida, spoke tional Government office holdersbe I was> not willing with world con- Augustine State'. raenar. and MaJor bent, windows smashed trunk the American worker to the Is being shipped from Louisiana ;, '

here Friday, March '11; T. C. Merchant native born citizens Mr. Moore ditions In such distress, with people Albert E. Barrs, of Jacksonvillecommnnling lid twisted, all lights bent and status of economic' slavery The berry fields at present. :1J

Madison newspaper pub- believes that this will eliminatethe In our country predicting war officer of the Second I i I, smashed, fenders and aides irreparably mere fact, he declared, that millions .- .--_ ;

Usher. last Saturday; while Mark :, average American workingman with misgivings that a build-up Is I Battalion of the Florida National'! bent and torn, top crushed of workers were able to secure PERSE L. GASKINS :
and the Interior of the
Wilcox. representative from Palm with his high standard of now being made for another Guards of which the local unit Is'' car exemptions> because they did j

Bench, made his bid for votes j living, from having to compete slaughter' that the present campaign Headquurteis Company. I I I i.I wrecked also not like Its provisions was sufficient HONOREDFORMER ; It
Myar has a wife in Venice and
Tuesday morning and Finley : with the cheap labor that con- should be waged without The boys have a light to feel ,: his father' In Jacksonville. Cook- to condemn> It in the eyes' of ETARKE: MAN DIED ':

Moots of Lake City, addressed a.. stantly flows Into the United this question being squarely proud of themselves after their' Is from Baltimore the American people) IN JACKSONVILLE:
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son originally i
small crowd In the rain Wtednes-' States. ought! before the people of Flor- showing Friday night and anyone Md.. where his wife resides Discussing! the sugar control net, DEC. 29, 1937 ,i .
day afternoon. Claude Pepper has I I --.---- :da for their own determination could well understand this could Mr. Wilcox declared that It pen-
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not announced when he will ad- The speaker continued: "I am they have been present to witness : flllirm Florida sugar Industry for The late Perse Lacy Gusklns, a It

dress the citizens of Bradford !I THIEVES 'c'm'laced that In thousands and the spectacle The local company I PRESIDENTIALNOMINEE benefit", of Cuban growers, Under native of Starke, and for years a '

County as yet. !! STEAL PLANTSELEVEN 'housan.ts of homes in the United has an average attendance of 07.7p.r HERELEIGH the existing law, Florida cannot prominent member of the Jacksonville '

State officials and political obServers -i "Untea there Is an uneasiness over cent. lour pei cent higher than even produce enough sugar for her legal profession was Mon- .,

have estimated that the I PLANTS FROM A-hat the future holds In store for any other company In the state of COLVIN, PROHIBITION own needs "This law makes us day commended to the Duval ,r

iiay primary, In spite of the fact i; THREE LOCATIONS ARE us I know that they do not want Florida, and the division has fifteen ] CANDIDATE, dependent upon foreign sources I County Circuit Court as having ,

that it is an "off-year" election TAKEN RECENTLYPlant -var. for the plain people of the men qualified with small arms i SPEAKS for sugar and makes the American been "a loyal friend, a patriotic i I

Is I very likely to bring out 400,000 I world rarely if ever-want war and while it is only necessary to have I public pay a subsidy of $100,000- i citizen and a Christian gentle-

Florida voteis. The facts that the stealing seems> to be a ,-et they are afraid that like the twelve qualified I Insisting that the only chance I 000 annually to the sugar Inter- man." i 4
growing Industry in Starke in the for forces to obtain the
temperance I
campaigns are making a big show- 'I ;jgly demon of Hell that it is, It Those attending were Lt T. T. I ests." he said. The occasion was a formal memorial I
past two weeks.' re-enactment of national -
Saturday
ing and the decision of the legis- night. will come upon them anyway and Long, commanding officer, Lt. R. I prohibition The speaker said he service, during which I
was running -
:March
12 four
azalea Is at the
plants by sticking
l.ituie repealing the poll tax In were tear their homes asunder and G Kldd: Jr., communications officer ,I together I for the senate George Couper Glbbs, a retired I I
stolen from the Woman's j I Dr. D solely upon
Clubgroanda polls, Leigh Colvln spoke !
Its last session are both contribu- I, maim and kill their children. Stuff Sergeant Sam Alvarez, his own record of achievementand Judge of the court, presented a ,
and the same night three I I here Saturday night In the Baptist '
tory to this estimate. The June ; azalea plants were stolen from the "It Is to these that I offer' the Acting First Sergeant W. H. Graham -,! Chuich He was once the not upon what some one else resolution drafted by a committee I ;
2. 1933 primary Mess and Supply Sergeant I has done. appointed by the court. '
brought 328,749 ardlnal of I I He stated
small plot of ground beside the De : proposal my platform nominee of the Prohibition Patty that he was '
voters to the polls when fourteen ; wits C Jones Funeral Home. Last ny reason: for being In the race, Elmo Struth, Signal for the presidency of the United never and never would be a "rub- He was courageous and sincere I : !

hoptful candidates' sought the ( Friday night this performance was that this country shall not enter lions Sergeant James Communlca'I'I Statea ber stamp" for any one. Before anti he despised cant and hlpocrl)1')) '
democratic nomination to thetate's In'' In the radio section: concluding the ," read Gibbs to
repeated, thieves again taking any wai, except one strictly "The problem of strong drink Is speaker paid his I sy Judge
governorship. I( (during the hours of darkness) leh'-defense.' until the question Is O. Jones and Privates worse today than it was In olden "lespocts" to what he characterized 'T. Gray, senior judge of the Fourth : I

The first primary this year' was three azalea plants from the funeral Irst submitted to a vote of the loj R C. Long. In the wire and i I times," Dr. Colvin said "What as the use of relief money to Judicial Circuit, presiding over I I

chimged by the legislature will home grounds. >eople themselves and they have telephone section: Corporal Cal- j the Bible denounces as 'strong I line the pockets of "politico parasites the session.In ,:

be held Tuesday, May 3, while the Ietermin It to beir necessary,' vln Johns and Privates C. A. Jcn- drink' was In reality only beer and I employed to elect some one addition to Gibbs, members of I
Thursday night of last week the :kina William Powell, W. D. Hazen I F : to
second run-off primary is Tues- : \ Merchant concluded.The wine. The of congress the memorial committee were: E.
day, : thieves, or thief had a witness. : A E. Wall Ovid Lewis. In the process distilling
May I -- J. L'Engle, Julian
24. --- Martin
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Madison: heard
I[I Misses: Elaine Edwards and Lillian man was by I what we know as hard liquor today -
ne;;nage' center unit: Corporal M
H Richard
Registration books were opened Moseley were chatting i good sized ciowd and many favorable E. William1 was not discovered until a BEN HOCKING Long, P Daniel. ,
upor.the Edwards Privates
Monday, April 7, with the district:' porch of the J.V.. Edwards'residence comments were heard onus '. Louis thousand years after Christ. If John E. Mathews and L. R Mil
Lcnj, Davm In the IntelI-i) ton.
registration officers. In District platfoim beer and wine durnkenness could FOUND DEAD !i'
I on Cherry Street. A ._ jence department ; Sergeant Mer- : : Perae Gasklnll' death .
Number occurred
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On (Lawtey), G. W. Roberts i I black car drove to the curb on the -- ---- .111 McMlll.in and Privates J. DGriffis cause the fall of empires, as It did '
Is registration officer with the In ancient times, how much easier FUNERAL HELD SUN- on December 29 of last year at the
j aide of the street
opposite park. HEALTH UNITPROPOSED Albeit Crosby, S. G. Denmark
books In / DAY IN LAKE age of 54 in his home In Jacksonville -
open hisstore; Number II ed In the shadows and a man ran will it be for the more potent
Two (North Starke), R. J. Davis, I /across the front lawn of Mrs. W .- whiskey of today to do the same CITY lie was born here In Starke ,
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01' store; Number I October 23. 1883, the son of Dr. ,
Three South thing
Starke ( M. Norris' home pulled up a Po- Benjamin Hocking, 76 was John L. Gaaklns! and Frances Dar
). Mrs. J. W. ANNUAL, CLINICANNOUNCED Dr. Calvin denounced
Morgan, govern-
atj i F ( Yew
Store docarpus Japanese ) plant DR. A. B. McCREARY SPEAKS found dead In his home here Satur- by Casklns He graduated from
; Number Four (Graham), C. worth several dollars, and then ment protection of an Industrythat
B. Roberts TO WOMAN'S CLUB day near noon and It Is believed U. H. S In 1897 and then attended
at store: Number Five evidently observed the two takes "more than three billions ,
young that he had been dead between six
MONDAY Princeton and
Hampton), G. P. Wadsworth Jr. of dollars annually out of the University was later j
ladles on the porch directly across CHILDREN and ten days when the dis
at CRIPPLED URGEDTO boy was graduated with, honor from Harvard -
city hall
! *a> ; Number Six (Theres- | the street and, hastily returning to Dr. A. B. McCreary, M. D., head BE IN LAKE CITYA legal channels of trade while it covered. Funeral services and Informant Law School. The late Wood-
Mrs. 4
ulnce!: ; Number J. p. Dickerson. at post- .' the parked car (with the plant). of the district and county health .Ot.>.Tf.-. -ft employes," fewer than 50,000 people n_ un___ ujnrj.. -- -In-- _PlAnt.--- fltv-.-" -SSimrliiu'--..---" I .U.,". ..........I.-.'...". .....m m._. ._.._."_'._..u......._... U._. .u"_.
! Seven (New River) made a quick and work for the State Board of Health
z!. L.. get-a-way was I with the DeWltt C Jones, Funeral school at the time After graduation
I Eight Johns at store; and Number I not identified. with headquarters in Jacksonville, The annual clinic held by the He stated that neither ofthe Home In charge. The body was from Harvard he became associated

(Brooker), G. B. Colson. at poke to the executive committee Florida Crippled Children Com leading political parties in the' I
store Elmo Struth (employe of the found by J T. Quigley Saturday ; with E J. L'Engle in law
I it the Woman's Club In the club's mission and the I countiy today could be dependedupon .
sponsored by
Jones Funeral Home). is disgust wh 'a the latter drove to the practice in Jacksonville until the '
The books will remain open acCording -I ed with the business of raising building Monday afternoon rela-I American Legion will take place to work In the Interest of Ing home just north of HOCk-I World War when he served in the I .'

to Supervisor of Registration azaleas there after the two visits tive to stimulating interest In a at Lake City Tuesday, April 5th, [ prohibition and urged that temperance limits on road thirteen to pay a Intelligence Department at Washington _

N. D. Wainwright until Monday -j I thieves made him. "I still have two proposed health unit which would from 9 o'clock In the morning until -, leaders unite to put a man sail. Not getting an answer at I: with a rank of captain
April 4. I embrace Bradford Clay and Putnam 5 o'clock In the afternoon. Free in the White House who would be.
when they will be removed lavender ones left he says. "If 'he front, Mr. Qulglvy, went around Survivors of Mr. Cask Ins Include -
to the supervisor's office on ,' the thieves will just notify me Counties. transportation will be provided by I pledged to the cause. to the( back thinking to get a re- I A. AI Darby an uncle, of _
the> second floor of the county' when they expect to get those. J i To form the health unit which the local I Jones-Langford-White i I While In the city Sunday, Dr I sprnse there aR the deceased was Starke

courthouse, where they will remain I I I I'll be on hand to help them with I would consist of a health officer Post of the Legion and all parents' Colvln spoke In the morning at i il'fihtly! hUot hearing He observed ---- .. .

Open until Saturday, April 30. just the digging." I three nurses a sanitary inspector guardians or frl$>.ndx of t'l'lpJ.d| :; the Methodist Sunday School and i the body lying on the floor I Homestead Exemption: '

thlO Ullys, before the first, pr|-i .- .. -- -'- !and a clerk, with a clinic In each children in Bradford County are later at .the. Christian. _. Church. ''In& advnnved stages of decomposition -i There three ,
are only more days
niafvMr -- -- ,
It Is to urged and reqint-ted to contact and
Interest summoned
< :mty.
| necessary Immc'liHtely
Lays lUg EggAn 'I J'I to apply for homestead tax exemption -
.. Wainwright warns, howPI i, ,I enough persons in the project to IS r.inuon for transportation For County Trustee I the sheriff who in turn called the I up to the value of $1.0(10( ITW .

that even though the poll enormous hen egg weighing I form an organization: to make application -' The clinic I. absolutely fn'e an'll 1 j R A Weeks of Brooker. quallI ambulance and removed' the bodyto Hayes, tax assessor for Brud.ord _
Is no longer for than four ounces and to the health commissioner the place In Lake I U in the the funeral I ____
11, a pre-requlslte slightly more City I i, tiededneRluy for the office of home It U believed : County said yesterday State II ___
{, ""I?, one must still register Ini I I measuring eight inches In clrcumfeience In Jacksonville to get funds Woman's Club. building Dr. F I I j'County Bond Trustee for District that a HUdden, heart HI LtRtk1! law provides that home owners

Iuer to vote. Registration' Is end-ways and six and one- I in'1 cooperation for the unit, which L Kol. Gi buupviuc oujgeuil lui five which Includes Brooker. New cun.icd' Hoiking demise but the mimt apply for the exemption by I

( ces8ary In order to prove one's half Inches In circumference sideways would care for sickness. epidemics, tue CuIAiaa.aou. u....... '-'I ,.... i River and Graham. The officei exact time he had teen dead when Apt 11 first Application blanks fer '

iiflcatlon' to vote which Is aim'v was brought to the Telegraph's all Injuries ami health menaces. of I exumunitions but M ...IA..J i ays no salary and the present In- found was not determined Ten exemption may be secure.I (torn < l

.nsldence In Florida for one offlcS! Wednesday_ The eggis iny kind. Dr McCleary will prob-I nave ..ul local duutoia ak.<_Jonauliui.on cumbent In tl P Guiney who Is daily paper. h"wcvel', were on the the tax aasesar> ," 'a office In the

to Yea' !and residence In the precinct ,I from a Rhode Island Red hen In ably speak to the Rotary Club and !i : and a......* co; ;. not seeking reelection to this post ,orch <''ourthou and these should be

sli 1 months. The voters in the' the flock of young Enos Hayes other civic organizations In the uppied child LJ..r' fce.wyeum tlon Mr VU'eka' was Trustee for Not much Is known about the de- obtained and filled out without delay

Democratic: primaries must, of : here In Starke. The hen lays two near future to get the necessary | of age.la uigtiu U '(;..-_ this district three successive times :eisrd.: He was a retired business If you want this exemption

COurs. be white. i of these large eggs each week and cooperation for this health unit i I I .luilc is .or eX.lU.Wll..t..e> cii y, .. six years) several years ago and man. rind Is survived by a daughter on your home up to $3,000 make _

Candidates for county offices regular sized eggs each day in between The unit would be under the dlr..c-I* patients should retoia for rechecking aided in havUg the new Brooker In Butte Mont.. and a divorced your application today. Doat _
t Continued On Page ElgQ I he said. I tloa; of the State Board of Health. and further a..Iv.cs. iv '

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1jPAOE.SJ )i\ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA _..__ ____ _._ _. _._ FRIDAY 1\1.\lt1J \\j! 19
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f all In, mild s.,.. TWI|>. antI flange; bv Ki-nalo Bill IHtVi "I i inf 10,, -
: TWISTER BRINGS DEATH AND DESTRUCTION I'nrci'l Two,: fVHi' \ of NW''., of the LeirlKlatiiri.. ,m, ", ,, I., '
SCHOOL BOARD I STATE or FLORIDA See. 3 Twp. 0 H It 22 !E lying i InK deirrlbed real <.MComity ",' .
"'"Ht (If "Hint Uoml, No. 15. ox- I: of Uradfoid, .., "r, ,d.
WARRANT LISTIERRUAKY EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT copt the N. 200 ft hereof and ida:.to-wit.V'O : ,
; except I tha hinds above describ of HWV, ,SniS3 ,. .: j I .
I TALLAHASSEE ed I itS "i>Hrrel I one." K., ciiiitalnliiK' sn, \ '". 1
T. FRANK I.ANDI1VM) "I' loss.Tue ,
IIL I-- AK HM' | >rlnl Master In Chancery., ) ,"x.'" ,to ,lit HI hi' .
ICnlRlit & Knight, l hy col'l li'it'ulo Nn,. 277 r
iciii-nil I'unil JPROCLAMATIONTOEKEA3. Attorney for Plaintiffs. l 1"2011'1 .1-18-81-4-1. i I.p..nt i tn\i-H Tin tin, , '
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Board of County Commissioners. I 11117 both ImliiMlM,.. ., '," I. '
co1f\ the people of a Democracy should take aD \0'l'It'H nV ",II nf 'I' \ \ 207.80.
Legal Services. $2,25836; Florida Mil III .
('Im'fIFIt"'fWC tux turtirii nil" v i .., I"
Bank At Starke Payment J. M Ooyernnant Katlonal Stat end XooaX. NOTICK IS:: HIOHKHY CilVRN- that. all HUbNpquent) iinilni I ,"I' I"lax..s I
?' Interest in their I 1. niKKbv him filed with me written will lie Hold i ,, t n,,. I,
; Reddish bus! due Feb. 4. 1938. I r"'I""t'| that I Ihi' tax i.ertlftoto I !blildor at I the' "our'III"i I ,,"" ,', ,
f
and 'ioneth with nil HtilinvciU'nt. ) nmlt- i4ial'ke i on the let' duat \' "I,i \1..
1 f $48.67; Mrs. Faye Gill, 4 days hoe ? ed or levied taxes held by the State II-on I ; ) o't'lo'k A M : I

VTHEREA3 Taxatlonjis a vital part of any Oo..ermnent I be nilveitlxeil, anil HOW, to, t the I hl itt hMHt Hated: thin the' I Uth I I, ,d.| ,, .1 \1 ,
NEEDFOR pital .service District No. 3, $800.: lilililr,' fur fnHh. a.. provided by mas.,
tM eubJeot. and Senate Bill' S2fl6 of the loll art of ((01"1"11"; I.. "SKA,)
Mrs Faye Gill. 3 days hospital service should be interned upon
citizen
A. J.
and every I the F.eirlMliiture I I II|I'"n the followingdencMMbed THU.Ms::.
District 6. $6.00; Clinnie I I rent I entnte I in I the ,'nit itt v ('I"k of "'1"" i UKlOTIfH ,
: Agree it Hlckok. Clinic nurse $36.00; Mrs. WHEREAS, Taxes affect the business the aerloultur of Hi'ad ford, State of Florida to- :t-T8-at-4-t Itrad foi'ti ('OUIII'I 10'1"Ii'' II

the hoK Myrtle Priest. Holding Teachers I the homes the employment end the general welfare ot the wit"WU: of P1U 5 S of n 4 W lying --

ittugtie '? examn $3.00: Burroughs Adding I II: ofV HUB of NR', of !oiW',. In "H- '4 % 9.9.1 or -I', '\
"Hnb-IHv "Sec. 21 Tp 8H :
i wljly Temple" c i'i<'riiicMIH;
Ribbons and
Machine
homefcharacto Company I Stets It. 22 1". coiitulnlnir 5 Acres, NOTICR |11'1 HIOItKltV: : IM, ,
Service agreement $10,50: Mr. I of the Stats' more' ,n' lend. TJ. Wynn ban flu .1. "Ii,, |h, .N
Ancda Griffla Holding teachers &Ab NOW, THEREFORE. I, Fred P Cone Governor The tRX'.H to be, Hold ave, evidenced, I Inn, ) reiiuent that the tux umi. ."..
far tootaldered i bv certlflrnteH NOB :HT7 mid I 1011 1 1 tit together with all siI ,,,1.". ''I','" "
exams $7.50; F. A. Scott Holding I ; i of Florida proclaim March twenty-saventh to April second as 1 1H32(' ami, H'1,1!' r..p"l.II".ly. and rep- I led or levied tnxi.w hi hi i..state (i."
liof teachers exams, $7.50, H &. W B'I resent taxes for the yearn 1931 to be advertised 1t',1' I I ,
impor 1 n37, bnth liulimlve, amountlnar to blcrheHt hltldei. fin, .,-i ,
'
Drew Co., Finance Forms $34.54: i 1511.51Hulil. ed bv Chaptei,. I isziii!' ;, .in i I, ,I",1
d y to put Sanford Hall Co. Carbon $360.: I I tax ('(.,.tlth'al I <'" I together. with of I the. 1. -IfI..I..III"I I "r.up i "!" |, :.t
eratlons, FLORIDA TAX Im'OuON: ;:; WSEK: .111 I I .u 10"1|lI..nl nmltteii I .. levied I Inir deHcrlbed real M" ,n" ,
1 In.Is Oel-Sten? Duplicator Co., Dupllca ''H""M111 I be soul to the hlsheFtblddor ('..unty of Htadroid" vt ., ,. ,.
?. along tor supplies $0242; Hall & Mo> ; at I the\ I'no ml house door In ld... to-wlt : '

4, ed man Co. Music Poolts. $23.33 Slnrke,, on the let iliy of _April 193, wis' of $fiI/ or !s,., i ,i.,,, i ,,
Creary : I
* problems for ut 1 11 I :00) o'c'lock A M. 7. "5. It 21 lOiiMl. '',10'01',' ,', I,
Home Knight & Knight, Fee Bond issue I r4t'p and urge every citizen to make a study of our tar uled, I hiM the 12th day
Florida < S2500; H. C. Wall, School ached- 1938.UIPPICIAI. The taxes to, I... MIid' 1 'at. i iby ],,
Florida a more prosperous State. ) STAT) celtlflcate Nox 17.i', .
.everalimethodai > flieS $35505 Western Union. | h. the purpose of making A. J THOM\S.( ,
; mE's'I I Bpcctlvelv, and' i"in|,, ,"', 'nt, t ,
; !ages .75; Treasurer Woman's !I Clerk of Circuit Court of I the yeam' 19311! to I 1'l:i r?. i I'.thSi ', ''hI
theeatablist Bradford County Florida. Ue. amounting t i to floi.oii 1 .
. o (flub. Library $1500j: I 3-18-31-4-1. .,. ..
expense I have Said tax fel'l, Ifli'MI| i ,, :10., ,
? fj ohn C Winston Co., Book for of- | IN WITOTS3: WHEREOF -- -- all Hul>Beiiient| omitted,l ,',", r...,,
IN ''iHI; .IIIVIIIKT ('ot nT OF 'I" ":
l laxeH. will he Hold to ..
: in the h ,lice $2.91; Wilkerson Martin Co.. I hereunto set ny hand and I 'I'M.'I'.. FOIl 'I'lIM] I' bIdder at the CommonStui ,t ih-,. ,,1"1,lill', '

recipes, < fflce supplies, S5 06: Starke Tel- KOI"rilFII'V lifXTIIMT .. OK.. : 'k! on' .le.I! Zliih ila\ "I f ,
L"....IIt I" SI t "u. I '.. .. .. Mar
i convenifhousewi phone Co.,. B. H. S. $4.25, Off. I Unusual photo of last week's twister as It approached Okawville caused the Great Seal of .VOTH'K' OK-" 'FIRST' MKKTIN'UOK ; "Dated 5. at II thla"". the O"I"K 1th Um A it 1"I Maii .

16.00, $2025; H. & W. B. Drew i Illinois. The funnel-like cloud was less than a fourth-mile away when to be cmoumms: 19.111
State of Florida Tn the matter of \OI'FICIATS1'1.\1.
the (
)
correspc; Co., 5 cases chalk $70.00; H. & the picture was takenIt struck In another moment missing the !PATH UASSHTTof A. J THOMAS,

erbu8in \V. B. Drew Co.. Ledger sheets Tallahassee the Ste' irlte" Florida In the (Countv of l'le'k of Cliititl ",
I photographer by several hundred yards and dissolved right before his affixed at Ffindford DlHtrlct aforenald bank- i ittradfotd '>i 11 i
As a i $1.55: Bradford County Telegraph :t-11-31-3-23. Count v. "l"1' ,d.Hy .

edon ; Stationary for office $38.25; Star eyes. __ __ __ __ _mn __ ____ __ __.___n oowl11 Capital this 13th Day of "lit4.Not"ie IB hereby given that on :
tlon | Ma"rob I 14, I 19a is the Httlrt deptor, wax i\ iir.--:
agi Fastener Co. 5
Paper stapling
dulv ndjudfred anil that
santo Paint $18.80; Green's Store, I $1165 Rosevelt Smith $23.85 March AD, 1938. bankrupt the power vested in "ili.m"
did eysfbuainea machines. $40.00; Torode Chevrolet ; ; '- the first metIng of said. rredltorH riiinrd. of 1'ubllc InHtiuctlon I i .f Br,

I Co., G. M. C. Chassis $892.81 eases paper towels! $9.20; Lon- Grace Robinson $49.00: J. A. will be held In Court Room. County fold, County" hel-ehy, talK .m j I..o
; A" := Com it H oil CC, "St' a i'ke, Floi. Ida. onMilrih I In l Sit It
.. awtey "School' UIMI
.. .
nie Crawford wood $9 00 r o .... I I t
building Llnnle "
I clla wltl Torode Chevrolet Co., CarpenterBus ,. Jones $63.70: Kelley. 2(1( 19.18 at 10 o'clock a in. at II and Woodlawn, Suh Schm I I DM,'
and tha, J* Body 1180.60: The Florida "alk $12.00 $21.00: Universal Dis- | $4900: Dora Sanchez, $49.00: Cleo c17SCRIAR' which time" said crendltori mav at- No S to be held April :, i iI ,:(
I ii'inl. prove I their i tIng mor t tiof Bank At Starke Payment of note nfectnnt Company Janitor sup- 'I Hadley $8.50; Cleo Hadley $42.50; I I ''MiHtee, examine 'the bankrupt and and at the Woodlawn S..: I h".1, I I.lx He

their i''< i ij dated Oct 30 1937. Prln. $1,000.00. dies, $18.53; University of Chica-| Mrs J. T. Moore. $17 CO> ; Mrs. J. T. OY! SATZ: / II tiiiiimitt! Miu-li other itt it iiiess an may ,to deteimlne whet,.j'i .0', ,"..i |I' ?,.

reaourcf'jement 1t'0 Press, Tests $333; Webster Moore $7 00 Kathleen Montieth I 1""p"'lv, como' before, Maid meeting. No.8 shall coiiBoIldateitl i,ii i I.x,
j Int. $14 58. 1014.58; J. M. ; I limed t ..iHcltHonvllliKloi I 'Ida, I Uldtrlct I No!< B to foi"',in, i" I'
an. dish, Paym t Chassis. $ Red'j'; Publishing Co., Books $27.77; $68.00: Alta Rhames $6.:>5; Cleo -- 31,1"It'll I IS, 1938. tinted d district to elect till"i ti

'lion wit, Louise Warren, Salary Feb. 1-15 Vest Diaenfectant Co., Janitor Saxon $7.40; Mary Wiggins. brother Rob Andrews.M. to 1H17 15.) both Inclu..Ial1loulIIIII&. '0'' .\i 1 i4..t,".uted. that anil your filed rlalm with I I Is the properly Referee, I Millage leeM and to deteimlne be,aHHt-NHi'd(thi.. .n., ...i..",
lilt it. i i
: been de': $50.00; J. Griffis! Salary Feb. uipplies, $23.00; Royal Typewrit- !i $2000; Melva Crosby. $46.66; LeonA. F. Wiggins was a business Said; ; tax certlflcate, together, with 'Hhi-rwlKO" you, will not participate |.|>n..olllated .dlHtilc-t( fin, ,r I Hi I IS ,. i >u i

The h 1-15 $125.00; Bill Long. Office I r Co. Typewriter $60.00; Para-j, Gray $205.00; J. Harry Benson visitor to Staike Saturday.Miss all taxen MubHeiiuent wilt be Hold omitted to the or highest Levied In clt'ideitls.MOrIIIAN" :. F. .JOXI': I 'le"lInn t two ysit.re will. )ho..hemall..I1..1 i I ,

L presentzWOman work $12.00; Bradford County nintnt Chemical Co., Janitor sup $112.00; Evelyn Stump : Ethel Welch and Marvin blddi-r, at the CoiirthouH. dnnr, InSlll'I Referee In FtankiuptcyI Law leyj

'; f. Telegraph Office supplies $33.50, plies, $14906; Gregg Publishing $56.00: Mvrwln\ Long $80.00; By- Martin of Plant City were visitIng 19:IS, at 1100 o' 'Io"k A. M
: <
ing Iateimatbn B. H. S. $6.90. Book repair $1.00, Co., Books $45 31; Bureau of Edu. num Perkins! $72.00; Eva Anderson Dot Sapp Sunday.Mr. Dated this the 2Btl day of Febru < ..I-IKH-vir.x V. II. HeddlBl. "

,' $4140; Irene Davis, Typing, $1.00; i otlonal Research &: Service, Tests I $58' 66: Verna Demorest, and Mrs. Lucian Thomas of ary. 19:1a.OI.'F1CIAL: I Foxier.NOTICK. "Shi" IS Smith, IIKItKItV: ban filed UIVKN with that me Wood Bob lawn Blancha

2 which F i J. 1!. Walnwrlght Eston Brown $902; M. L. Wntterson" Water $61.33: Rosalind Jacobs. $61.33; Tacksonvllle, were visiting his ( J.SEA1)A. THOMAS, !, will ten, "I'tqueNt) I hut I lie' tax ceitlfi Shad Thorns,

being oti Trans., $108.00; E. J. Lewis Board $1540, Repairs $301, $18.53; Ruby Mae Perkins! $61.33: Mrs. mother Mrs. Della Thomas, who Clerk of Circuit Court ,of i! omitted Irate toKether or levied wlh tnx all... held subsequent hv I the J.Dulton M. Normal Cartel,
rtradfotd Florida.
been gl Service $25.00; J. H. Moore, Board Vmertcan Seating Co., Lab. sup- Dell fowling $85.33; Clyde M. ''S seriously ill at the home of her 3-4-3t-3-18. County. State be advertised and Bold to the Carl Hillord I

'L'Ethg" Service $25.00: W. P. Smith I i "-lies $3314, The Anour Co., Jan- Howard, $80 00; R. M. Geiger daughter, Mrs. Cleo Andrews. We I lilKheHt bidder. fur cash an provided.':. .U.4t.4.L. ,

onaerv, Board Service. $25.00; C. J. Powell itor supplies $36.13; Braham Lab- $5600; Julia Benson $48.00; wish her a speedy recovery. 1 1\O'l'K'KNOTICE -

Unloading Bus A. n-atories.! Janitor supplies $56.95; Lucile Kennedy, $51\ 00; Eunice IS HKKBHY GIVES:< to I- :
WE0n. an, Body $350; Mrs. J. L Johns and daughter all whom It may concern that the ai8'rEJff1rr'Im&J'
J. Bradford Hdw. Co., $11.07; Cooper Searing $61.33; Grace Wainwright ,
pbecau Griffin Salary Feb. 15-28, Mrs. Oscar Crosby were business undersigned guardian of Harold and

$125.00; A. J. Griffis, Traveling Company, Janitor supplies $52.CO; $6666; Edna Hart $66.66; visitors to Starke Saturday.Mr. MurIel 8th day I Lee of Sapp April minors, 1918: will apply on the to I

LImit expense, $15 00: Louise Warren. (Circle Book Co.. books $88.02; I Edna Prevatt, $56.00; Lucite Edwards and Mrs. E. A. Sapp and County Ju' ,,,.... of Bradford County '

fty mak 4"bern Salary Feb. 15-28 $50.00; Bill :lowcll Publishing Co.. books! $'53.33; Ruby Lilley, $61.00; Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Sapp were visiting Nell Fla.,at at private I 11 0M.sale., for the authority entire Inter-to ,, 'p.g&I IW fl y 0' AV Al A F' if A

of Long Office work $12.00; C. A. $4.00; Central Scientific Co., Lab. Madge Mid'Ueton\ $66.66; Ernes- Mrs. Nora Sapp In Brooker .,Ht of above named minors In and j "

: 'uftYth? Knight Tag Agent. Tag on CMC "ipplles, $23.60: H. Dorsey! :! Dougs tine Buddlngton, $56.00Vlllie; Sunday afternoon. to .the following. described lands inllradf'rd ll ? A:4 ?
Conntv, to-wit;
nd me Bus driven S. M. Mott $54.30. Co. Attendance Certificates Mae Hlnson $5866; Evelyn Rltch l'Wot NWU' S..c. 14, Twp. 6 S. I
*::427; Encyclopedia Britannica Ethel ----- -- -- It 20, Ea t.o'hloh .
District Fund $61.33: Biggs! $58.66; Kitty
Inc.,. Books $47.10 \'%\ \ Maid petition' will he lianed, II J V IV v:4':
: C. C. Scott Wood No. 2 Hampton ; Educational HoRsrI $50.66: Madeline Andrews i\ Tim: ('IHf'( 1'1' (OIIIT FOil ,noon, petition now on file with the '
J Test Bureau, Test .69; Eton Pub- 30.21 : Madeline Andraws $1445: \H.'Olln ("Ot" % I'Y', 1,011- (".iUrt, dated 1 O.-t. hid, 1017: L9JLJt4a&a
Co., 1.50, Leo Griff, 1 cord '' InI' t'II \:>t'Kill.nilxuheth '. NOItA; SA['('. Guardian !
J 1 wood Lawtey Co., $5.50; Leo Grif 'fining Co. Miigaz'ne .90; The T.eola Roberts $06.68; Pattltn" I :
fis Wood No.2. 'jiucntlon nicest, 1 yr. sub. magrt7ine. Howard l. $31( .33-: Jessie Mae Erin- .laincn I.itmb hei% himliandComplalnanta.. .
$5.50. No.3. .
I $1500 $20.50; J. D. Mathews, $2.00: Fetiole Chemical Co., "on, $43.33; Jessie! Lee Lazenbv. I vw.limcK :'tOi'i'i': OF 'tti.Fl. OF. T \ '\:

j.nlto /supplies, $20.50: Funk & SI.18; Jessie Lee Lezpnbv: $55.15: .' \VhitlnKlll, et at.I (f.It.I..I\T.: ,
Wood $10.00; P. Lewis Janitor :NOIM'; : IS I III I ItKHY\ fll\nx i '; TO XOTK'n IS: IIKKKHY: '; UIVRN: that \
ViRnnlls Co., Book!'!, $2.14; Fla. MnrKiiorlto Caspels, $0000 Leon K:. Fortner V
"r4I I salary Jan., $40.00; Ebb Thornton, : I Orury K.-ddli-h Drew ReddlHli and.lamen ban filed with me
u .vet oz Ll&Ut Co, ;4.8; 77. 'V Gray, $60.00; Beverly Cady \Vliitiiiglit.:!!!. and each of 1'1. .. reiiuedt that the tax cer- % 't .LL !& : \
j I Janitor service 50.00: : F. A. 'hem, If nil'..., tt'l" If dead to the .",(".. ,tnwether with all xubHe-.. I I nI '-f-e
j Scott' Rent $2.0; Remington Teachers Salary FmitlFloi ." 5066. unknown helm .1 lt'visees. l tOl\'lIt.>e", '| omitted or le\pd| tax,'.. held
of each of the )' the State he ndveltlKen and sold 1
KianteuH or aKKlKim
: I! Rand Inc., 3 typewriters $180.00: I Ida Bank At Staike pay- Interest & !Sinking Fund above named ,l"femiiuUH, that. suit I to the highest' bidder fot,' ,'allio aH

J. A. Rlsha-'lT;: 'n. n, rtny r:1lnt: !: .-. ncr.t on note $5,8810: Florida Florida Rank At Starke 13 coupons hUH been fll..<1 nKuhict each of then pro\ldi' "" by Chapter. 1R290 of I the p -;". oe:
!1'i* of th .
tn l.oRfHlattu
In the '''cult Court for nradfon IH" lit' n
$3.15: Floyd Ctosby 2 days paintIng \nk At Starke. payment on note. at $27.50 each $357.50; t County, Io'1wl.by Kllzaheth, (I. 'the following de..rrlbeil real ",tnt..
$0 :30: ; Lester Crosby 2 days ''night & Knight. Validating Re- Lamb and her hiiBband Jamex In. the Conntv of I'.radforrl' Stat. of i
'2.92607VIII1"m; Vogan. teaching Eonds $300.00 H. &. W. I Lamb foi the purpose to removel.iiuU Floildn to-wlt : I
painting, $0.30: C Crosby, 1 day ; < & u> d I <|IUI"t the. title In the .' II N'. of 1'1'' of Nn 4 W of I
1 : P'lnting' $3.15A: C. Dennison $1175; Fiorina Bank At 3. Drew Co., Printing Bonds followIng dupcrlbed, liindi, lylntc and Lake &: NKI::' of Sl-Ji/i' of NVV I,

; : Pointing/ No. 16, $$00!' Raymond Clarke, balance due on note '$70 00. I I lielnir In liiadfoid, County, Plot Ida, "Hoc 25 Tp S 8. H 22 15, containing I
4Q Aciei'*, more or I 1..11.
'4.237.01 to wit: ,
Florl'u '
: Bank At Starke
Slade No.2 Wood, $5.50; J. H. Transportation Fund I..OIH, 1. 2, 5, 4. t. in, 11 and 12 The taxe to he .Bold are evidenced
Renson office B. avment on note $,57000! ; Miss of Him k 4 fclld Iotn t. 2, 3. 4. hv certificate No,. 476 of 1831 i'sliotiVely r
expense H. S.. Jerry Moore $16.00 LewIS
Allen. Rdwnrda $380 Mrs. Hazel ; 9, 10, 11, and 12 of Blk 3 of J. < and represent taxeH forthe
I $11.42; Western Auto Associate ; Blobley $10.25; C. A. Knight I C 1 A .., i'ez's. Addition to TKIMI, venrn. .lino: &: 11)11. both Inilu-I
Ouy.: 27.0:: ; Wins H-.rel Thomas! dye, amounting to f 19!I.05
Otore, Repairs .50: Carpenter'sDrug $4050; J. L. Anderson repairs and of Stark, Flu.; alflo beKln At I
11.00: Hael II Mntthewa $9.20 SoutheaMt coiner of Lafayette Raid tax certlflcaten toKethei withiii
I Store Medical supplies B. H. ? ; ;inspection of busses $11.40; Smith 1 a"d.htll1., .. Ht. In Tow of subsequent omitted or Leviedtixi

S.. $5.39; Carpenter's Drug Store, Myitlce J. Carpenter $14.80; Mel- Filling! Station. $1.00: Register Hta-ke. and run Southernlyalonnr ',, .B will be Bold to the hIghest "
'I a Crosby $5.00; Ruby Shaw K.iHt: .Hide of Adams i9t. Ihl"r at the Courthouse d- "r In '
Light bulbs $4.65; City Light & Motor Co., $52.25; Frank Norman 210 ft. for uolnt of beulnnlni?., -stark on the 2Sth day of '
: ( Water Plant water and current $ O0.00; Jessie Lee Lazenby 110.20 James J. thence In fame direction 257 ft. 19.IS.: at 1 I ::00 o'clotk A. Mnited : Fruit
Rosier
S40.00: Curl Roberts $2500 M. ; $78.27; to lanrix of 8.A.1.I\ )', tlienceNorth this the 5th day of !lIIarCh'1 5'5f F."'' tUbS Poui Io.-tl '
..
.00 ; 0 ,
$54 E. A. 4
'I' ; Winkler repairs >. Peele $87.37; J S. Austin, 83 ,iogieseVest 477 feetto 19H '
; f $3.45; E. A. Winkler Repairs : F: Roberts. $6.75: Ruby Mae Per- 36.35: W E. Sapp $23.71; Levy E iHt line of Tom ett landn, (OFFICIAL SRAL)
'ir's $2000; Mabel Wall $1290 thence North on Fast line ofnnlil A. .r. THOSIAS, |
$309; Ira B. Taylor Repairs, ; 'Jorman $3295; Mrs. LubcdiaioVin lard 879 fe"t to South line Cleric of Circuit, Court of I

$21.00; W. W Packham 1 cord' Ethel Raymond, $4.20; Julia Dray- \ !*, $5.00; Mrs. Ed. Durbin, of J (1.l AKnrea'd Addition to Til ad ford County. Florida. ,
wool fnn, $3183: C. M Smith. $31.83; 'I'own of Starke thence Ka'; .t riily :-! -3t-3-25. eref!
I.
$5.50 R.
; R. Thede, Janitor O.OO: S. M. Mott $43.75; J E. I on nald Hntith line of J. Q.Alvarea'H I
supplies $17.65; R. R. Thede Jan Mrs Chutker! $3.30Vlllle; Mae '''Ndklns $99.35; Lester Slade, Addition, and I I>lIra II..l Hi '!'n 7 Smith Tlan, ..<. 2* KflBt: i
itor supplies $3.35V. 'hmllto1$17.25; I. B. Cody $98.66; with l.tfatette "St 607 feet or I The anneenient of the Bald prop- I
; A. BeaBUSINESS S4COO: Lester Rlade $903; Mrs. thereabout. t to point of begin 111 v under th" said certlflcnte 1..-
-f.. '" 'rernn Sheffield! $6.66\ ; Emma ."flan Johns, $22.00; J. F. Hazen nhur, contalnlnK. ::1 and Oil/100( / Htied, waR In the tiume of Eleanor
U'l. $?8 66; Blanche Edwards acieH. more' i"l I I"MM. tnld InndHbelnir \' Shaipe | I '
$9150: Chester Andrews, $82.02;: of CnlenB nail certificate shall. I : 1 y5 .11 JPii.itr,5' 1 f.ci .
'"6.06; Joyce. Futch. $77.33.: HaHnnlo In "KW-i, HW'i of Sec. .. be | .. ,
: Lofts! Mobley $7.53; I... R. Rtar- lit, Twp I > e S. U 22 ,K. Adeemed .accol'dln r to law the :: ; ;: Iry "UY)
$ 58.66; Jewel Roberts And you and endi of yon and all ,proORi-ty, dencrlbed therein will l h. ,, k; :
10133; Helen Codv $60.66 Mrs. 'ing, $1183: N. D Green $35.99; 1 peraotiH I In I n t erect are oidi-ieil. and Mold. to the highest bidder at the _, ,t 0 nc.a 9oc'lt -.-' yt M j Fq-,5, 7'j
,
; .
'1. IT Crosby, $66.71: Frank Thom- "'01 It'"od I to npneni I In i ald I-UUHU on urf hnn-rt d'">or nn the first 1\Inn'l !j ConiG1tm0 .-- tt4 -Zn
',. H. Futch $0133 Hazel day In the month of ,. .. S y(' Cough ,
DIRECTORY : Guy, Monday April 4th ID I 1S, to aiixuer April 1f! 18. l allr3.tuxka ,
; $21.00( ; Mrs. J P V/yrlck $1500 !.1. $33.71: E T. Stewart $64.88; .aid Kill of Cniuplalnt on exhibited vbl'll' I IB I he 4'h ilay of April 19. BaheXa 2 ':i Wa1 FOZ95 '

; "'. R Kelley. $74.38; J, K. Douglas aitalnBt you an defondnntB fallliiKwhich Dated this 10th day; of a'l
1.! \V. Wilkinson, $53.33 LlllleAcRae ii"R'OFFICIAL
; <: and there In a decree of this
R077: B. J. Kelley $18.40; Mrs. I be entered ) SRAI) :
DltlNK@gJ" $:30.66; Harmon Morgan Court will against you
n I. T. Moore, $1.84 ; Jerry Moore It In further ordered that tills no A. J. THOVtAS.i'ler' .
MOOO; If. B. Wiggins, $10.00; M. 'h'" he published once a week for '< of Circuit Court "f I,
iV Morrow $82.66: R- E Turner. UOOO; J. E.: Blown $30.38; J. E. four oon..e'utw..ekB\ In the Brad- Bradford County Florida. t
'*rown $2500; E. Lewis $81.52: ',...d County Teleitriiph' a newnpaoer I-It-5t-t-a. OlFE.t 8:3.:
<0$ 00; Willie Mae Hamilton IAt OFFER No:). 3
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circulationnil I
having general ----
Velon Green, $29. 2 H. A. Pres- r. FIVE AL'. l ul
3 ',G6 66; Mrs\ Flov Sull'vnn.! W66-!' : ; publlHlied In Utiidford County \oTit-R of \i.icvno% This New.pap.r I Yr. l FOR oetr mi X.w.paper, I yr. F01\ 0j2mbo
ott. $10.00; H. A. Prescott $77.77; Florida. son T t it t''':po ( r (
fclvlr Futch $61.33; Ruby Shaw "*. n. Reddish $66.83 Frank Nor- lame anil nrnVred at !Starke'! Flor. ( rnn.* nil! N'... IIUI I 4 Ma., tt 4viN4, In !Steilll/Pl. BottlesThe <1000; Ruby Shaw, $40.00; Har- : da. this 2tth day of Feb. A. O. 1938OFFICIAt N'rvrri 'n 1 M HKI'KBYCM: : ; K.V.: Tlilt" ir.m Groap 3.Aorrzit ;
nan. $142.72: C M. Phillips $6.30; ( "HKAI.) W H Smith holder of Tax CertlfIcate -
ann Morgan.' $5866; Melva Cros- t. O. Alderman. $7.50 Tom- A. J. THOAtS!'!. No. 175. issued the 3rd day of.
PiuiNfl That Refreshes "iy $4566* ; Walter Slbley $46.66; ; Roy Clerk of Circuit Court, August A. D. 1931, has filed Hume I' : NO. t onrn ito e
'Irnon $72.25; S. M. Mott. $50.00: rtnidfoid County, Florida In, my office and has made appllra- This Newipoper. I Tr. All. null ThIs ALL SIX
I. B. K.w.pap.r. yr.
Wiggins $66.66; Harry Sapp, .1. G. K K. Ferryman. l',,n for a tat deed to be issued I Ma.m.... | O"LY
Boyd. $33.71 L. O. Jones FOR
: WE ARE M46V: Mrs. R:. B. Wells. $46.66; ; !Solicitor fur Complainant. thereon Salt' certificate entliracen 2 bam Croup A } '.) Iola.a..e.. A

\, PKESntlPTIONEXPERTS itibedH Johns $H 66: Arthur Mc- 50.35; Jack Goodge $9.50. 3-4-41-3-23.. 'the''0 following County of? described Bradford property, State, of In I 1 Ma..IDe B p2.25 Ma.a.ID."om .roup. }$#:) 5

District !rOI1l Group 3 B ,
1 I Rae $:;6.66; Beverly Cady, $1666; Fund Florida, to-wlt: !rom Group
:orlle Faulkner $46.66 Q. E. Methodist Book Concern t2\ SO: Lot 1 of Silk Itn Hnmnton Hi och
CARPENTERSTIIR ; 'f'I'Il".1 I n. Cq.J OK T XNOTICR IA W':. ot V\-v. & W ot SF-v.
.4 'ra' ii, 'I McGaulley, $83.33; Agnes Knowles 'TcGraw UPI Book Co. Inc., $1.07: f"FU ('''''f(' ''r.:. of SWi'i !'!..tlon 24, & E14 of _

KEXAI.I STORE 6R.66: Muriel Norman $50 66 Julgley & Davis, $55 Ot: Quigleyp. IS' HKHKHY! OIVKV that R KV.of.NR1'; : *: A strip alonlll'N KouMhoId Magailn*
; DavIs $103.81 V... II hay,.,. Jr., him filed with me Hide of NKVi', of "14514 Hounded, Good StorUs S yr !.t. 25
"lItired Morgan, $:\0.66; Sorchle : ; Quigley & Doris .I.ni.n n.niiet that the tax certificate !S by Lake In Section 23 Town- S P Country Stem. I yr (Q .
$8.05; Quigley & Da'l.'I'I.0'\ together with all nuhne- ---- -- -- TBIS
f. Enlrd. $60.00; Anna Laura El- 4crr' -I HW5pAPt5 __, I ye
omlttetl or levied taxes heldv "PF.'I %i.c '" *
"',Untll A I. u".: vHortEs art Furniture' Co.,. $29.>45 Purl- luent TIIllOTICF1:
iton, $53.33; Mrs. Ethel Sewell ; the "H'ite be advertlned and Hold OF MiI.I1 I'

.' $5000; Mrs. Mabel %Wall $61.33; 'n Chemical Co., $177.18: Hajoca o the hlvhevt blddor f">r ranli ne N'OTIfR f'l l MKHKHV niVEM thnt I MeCall'a Maqavine" I Yr ALL SI"a "
HAUOI.I) U. UVUKENCElleiilolereil .irwld'd hv Chapter 1H29A at the tinder and In nt-rordance with that Woman' World _ I FOil OlfLY 7 *
'O'-poratlon. $75.00 I
,, Florence Brown $(8.00: Slmmlc ; Times Sales 9H7 nrtM, of thf 1.'gl.11I1II* upon .PI 'alii final. .1..1'| ..e of fori-i-liiHiir. I Good Stories' _ I yr yr } I //1
Ural IXnte Hrokvr Hunter.[ $98.00: Pearl Smith. o :tl 00: Chicago Apparatus Co., he followlnir' d""lh..d" | real estate '".4 ,snip r"nli"rpl. hy lion A. Z. Pevn JOT.mal _ I Y 41'2 .1 0 1 # '
'i t2COO Pearl f'imlth.13.70 557.07; Winston Book Co.,, $42 80 h th*> ('onntv of nrudfotd, State of VilklilM! its Judge of the Circuit THIS NEWSPAPER I yr
KIIlM-IOM-i: : III'.K.iriN.: Fl.\. : ; ; "I 'rl'ti" to-wlt: "ourt of Flraitfnlil 'Puuntv Fl.iflrln. I I'A I
!, "'farces Tyson. $1900\ ; A. O Jenkins Vm-o Library Supplies $33.09; SRI r of SE", R .. II I Tp 8 S. Tt t ''""nO'pry. In that certain .'auxendln
< 'n'p-lpv & DnvK. $13943 E.: M. 19 l I': cnatiIilIitt 41)) Acret, moreor )...; In sail Court WI) In /c'i I -
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J20.50; A. Jenkins $47.00
; I loss. |",rmiin I-1': Al i are rialntirr I
F. C. Hollingsworth A. W Puller $15.00, A. W Pulure ?- Vnnrtt. $1000: V. R. Reddish. 1'hi tt"c-H, to ,ti.* aId are evidenced ""I| rt'il.rt H Russell nt AI i .are,
I $58.:50.'\ Flossie 1500, Gren's Store $9.20; Billy ',iv lertlfli-ate. N'<.8 6 of I1)):IK re- I 'onill.itKnne. No. 761, the umlor f"5 aes asi ,z,aa.. 1m '---ISa C C ml.
; McLf-ndon l>-tlvelv I and, I i-vpiennnt. unpaid. "0" cd '11'''''hi, I Master .In xiilil Herff a !
; Hog And 13 :'50: Flossie McLendon $42 50; Barker H2.CO; Leo Griff! $10.00; \,._ f.>r the voar1I>12 to lim ", appointed will Kopariitt'h. iell I CentUmen

;; 4 Hominy I "laroh Jenkins, $6 50-: Sarah Jen- Typewriter:! Service Co., $11.25; C.M. inlh\ I liiclilnlve.. ninotintlnil', to 15319\ ',....h of the two following. de.ii-lh' _l. pt'
ALSO! : SVV>, of S\Vt: Hu<,. 3S d pan-elM of liind to the Mirh. 'I( '
I I this $32.62; James Smith. $39.12: : Ritch, $16.40: N. Thomas Tp. 6 S. It. t'!) K i-onlalnlnir 40 .iildor, for canh. In front of the I I enclose 5....... .. _. ... for which pleats ieni f

FARMS 'ora Lee Kennon, $49.00; George '16.25: ('. .1. Powell 5.85; Gassett .,..r.**....more.. or I 1"HTh ,,. South' front door of the Tired ford the magazines I Isubierip'.ion I'tve ciaceoJ! logetier with ""
I. .. to be Bold. nreliU'med 'Mint.nrthoiiK' In Htarke. 1.1,1'-|, ,
1Ei i Eldwunls.: $63.70: M.\. E Roberts, rHr ware Co., 1920. ,. ,'rt* Ir"'Rte No2 and I It I of 19J2 ,da during. the legal hours of sale. la yr-jr new>p per.

ill.SO; M\ E Roberts, $10.00: M"S \ I -- --..--- d I 1 l't i "I\ i..-.ps'tIv.ly. !: and reprenent in Monday, April 4th A. 0 I3J8. \ D Horn-: Cff.r D Story Offer
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'ii- u,ipuld, ,tiixoc. tot thiarx, 1931 i ii1' 'i-wit!
Ihi DenmarkFurniture 1 Roberts. 75 Le Nora Caffey. 'EJV laVER I ." both lui-tiiiove amounting i P'ln-el. One c, .
imrn nci* at RW
4 54<> 00: Willlum Hogan $22.47 ftrnthy !' '0 15729AlrflO Cir .r ,. <-.'", .f :NW'w.; .T/7/; ,? N.m.... .. .. ...........__ -
S.ipp,
i r' Co William rorrespomlcntO fI',. of NWV, of 8VVV4 :S. Twp "fI. ft 2Z R. run B 130
4 s Hogan. $3.30: William Sec 35 Tp II S. R.II K, eon. ft to Martin point thence run '
\\<>. Are Receiving NewEry j i osran. $11.'18: James Caddy W has returned tnlnlniv 20 Acre, more or I I..... N. 610 ft. thence R: to Htat' 1 Street or P.. ......_ -'
Andrews The taxe to hv. void are evidencedbv Road No. 13, thence R
IiIt'M'k; :il 75 alone
Duy. Be Sore to James
: Gaddy $37.35
Rose-
I ; home from M/iml where he was certificate No.. 1 and loot 1932 rlirht-of-way of State Road No Town a.sI .
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See It Before You Buy. velt Smith, $13./SO; Rosevelt Smith, ;called because/of the illness of his and 19.13: respectively. and repi-eaent i in It to Me road on a. line of said
UiipulU, tttxim for the jrearn 1931 40: then.'e W to tuning point --- e ,...%, w'f ra.i

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I II? IU, i'IIRIa'7' 8'1'.umE, "'I.OItll\, .'IUU.\V. !\ .\J"-II :l1. lUSH NIIMISElt TWENTY-SE\'EN Ii z I I


a 'C'I'\FI'HINCITTEIJ'] I JUNIORSENIORCLASS i SENIORS FUTURELife's I SENIOR HISTORY Meet the Seniors- JUNIOR-SENIOR BA NQUET AND ; II II

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\"I')e.a }'Jlib,; : ; SONGSUse DANCE IS SEAS ON'S BIG EVENT

"ITOR-IN'-CIllEIJ' ISiioli or Golden Pages I This the Senior Cities of 1038, LENA: LAVKNDRK 1 : I
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ry ,"\IKIBT! ) BENSON lieteuN Seniors', has had a most Intc-n,,sting! history Hall to one of the most friendly): Jt'k-\\\ i ;

I wry DITOR Tunes the Of "Thanka For Future I and we shall endeavor to record girls in B. II S. This friendly Will and TestamentWe \ m. Is 'I'
and GuPIttpt'l1kt'r
,II M ,.HOT (DOT) BISHOPI'liiiTs .Memory' here the Important high-lights of young lady with the gray eyes l IIII

:' toniTon "IHiwy Docxllu" I I I We turn the golden pages of Its stay at Brarlfoid High from New River, but she has mov- the members of the class of Of Evening I '

4t i M11.I. PMJMMKRirrKARY senlor--: I life's wonderful book and sec the I Twelve years ago an SChOOl'j I ed about quite a bit In Florida. 1938 of Bradford High School, being Junior-Senior- banquet and ; i

} EDITOR The had great fun future of the Senior Class of 1938In rather scared group of Lena has decidedly made up seniors of sound mind and f'The
long anticipated by high
MAW MANNING! and 1948 dren of school ,- her mind to become prom
learning class
I, I |I.\ singing their age a stenographerand ovo:'}l.iHtlng memory, realizing::: our
school students and teachers
wa i r
luKB KTMTOn song, which several Senior girls As we open the book we see on I first grade at Bradford High, lit- we know that ahe will make a high: II'hol l days ale declining In | given at the Sturke Woman'sClub f 1 : I

1 DMA: fEAHClS wrote to the tune of the new pop- the first page William better tle realizing what lay in store for good one. Her splendid work in ,. number, but desiring, to leave a1' The be- J I
:
.. REPORTER ular song, "Thanks For The Memory known aa Bill Plummer, once j 1 them or what they would encounter our shorthand class proves that. few remembrances to the comingl 1 j Friday night guests I

it 11MIRI OUT ." The words are as follows: president of the Senior Class in I during the next twelve years. Lena likes swimming, reading seniors and teachers of B. H. S. do! gun clubhouse arriving at 7:30: o'clock filled./ After andthe -! r I
was soon
Thanks for the memory, 1938 who resigned, as a success This group included the following: flowers, and sports. She l la su make this our last will and testa It I
the seated, A Z. I I'
\ EditorialSrUINGTIME The old detention hall ful Senator from Fla, and the 1 L. O. Jones, N T Rltch William sweet and friendly that I don't ment. guests were ;
Adkins, Jr., president of the Junior \ !
Playing basket ball, husband of the greatest opera singer 1 Long Julian Grlffis Clarice GUI\ think we can find many of her ;,
To the Juniors we dm give and I class, rose and proposed toast
High school yells !In the world. She may be remembered Ella Mae Manning, Lillian Mose- dislikes but her biggest one is del a f !
: : I willingly bequeath our seats in the to the seniors, which was followed I I
t,, I And tardy bells as the former Clarice ley, Frances Lee Peek Mary Harriet I ceitful people HO--iall ye friends ''I I
has come, driving old I auditorium at assembly, to marchout by a response by Ancil Futch a "
Spring We didn't like at all, Gill. Bishop, Jewell Cosset!) Mellie of Lena, Beware! '
first, also And Few
and painting the our dignity toast to the Juniors. :
an wintfi" away How nice Ancll utch, who was President Silcox, Lillian Stump,, and Carol I .
they seem now. I tried to dig Into her personalnffulrs
I senior f
I the I privileges.To
leaves green, opening up Thanks for the memory, i lof the Senior Clans In 1938 when i ii White- 'I I and find out about her boyfl'l..nds The main course was then, serv- J I /
l lid, ,ot flowers, trees, and shrubs. Bill I' our marvelous, cooperative ed and school were bv 11 j ,
This songs sung
Of writing out a pass i resigned, Is still currying on ], group was jolt d in the sec but she scorned to have
i ,-ii.theB. are thrown away andf' | faculty, our great appreciationfor all. During the main J. 11. ., I
,1 lifK Being late to class, ,{ his good work in life. He has fin- ond grade by Edna Pearce; In the I them well hidden somewhere. course
yk' Lathes brought out Of being glad Ished college and Is universally i fourth grade by Irene Prescott and their good and helpful advice Benson rose and gave a "Farewe.lto .. !

u Twin" Spring J comes one usual- And being sad known for his knowledge of For-i Reese Bradley; In the sixth by :, When, school is out, Lena will .extended" to us through the years. I the Seniors." Then the Junlc.3 t

nmkH 'bout housecleaning It's all become the Po.stAnd estry work. His secretary Is also I jVernie I Phillips\ ; in the eighth by vacation in St. Petersburg and I, Earnest Boyd do give and wil- rose and sang the Junior class. i

, .' ,mifi'iK, ''he furniture around In thank much. among our former friends and may Lena Lavendar. Vesta McRae, Evj <: ) Lakeland awhile before she starts lingly bequeath by surplus flesh song which Is given In another I' I
attractive manner, and you so 1 her life's woik. We hope St. to Marzlo: Howard.I.Pnullne .. place/ on this and then ,
a,, most Many a teacher we've fretted, be remembered as being the "elf j j clyn Crosby!' James Norman, and page L I
sr 1 If'' '?,IIHK any furniture that But they were patient and ready dent girl' of her class, Miss Margaret Forest Crosby; In 'the ninth by Petersburg' will like Lena as well Anders, do give und short "pep" song to the genlor" ,
That Is exactly what we us we do, and we know they will Following the and! atIII dul'I I
,'j, i Then our bad deeds we've re- Davidson Ernest Boyd, Alice Edwards, Ida willingly bequeath my sarcastic song ,
., < '?. with ourselves. Have gretted.We On the third page we see Foresl I,Sapp, Edith Hollingswoith, Geraldine after they learn that friendly personality talk: to Robert Jackson.: ing tho main course the seniors
II I, anlng of our ambitions, of hers.: came to the stage and their t I
?, Johnson, Dorothy Ni- I gave
did have fun, and now we're Crosby as a successful surgical Sapp : Evelyn Crosby, do give and
''a, I ideals< character, ands done doctor In John Hopkins Hospital' ;'j !'l1mVynn, and Paul Faulkner; In I willingly bequeath by ability to class prophecy and I Bong. \

s. ..I So thanks for the memory In Baltimore, Maryland. We also 1' the tenth by Ancll Futch; Dan I keep the senior room' clean to anyone -I Jack: Williams was then Introduced I

ntir arrives, we all usu- And to our sponsors dear, see helping him, several nuraea.We I I Han J. W. Kelly: Doc \Tuln- :x. 'I'. itircn.IK.. I I, that will. by A Z. Adkins, Jr and

I li, wring fever and lose We give three hearty cheers recognize hem I as Misses wright, Bill Plummer, Bernard Rosier N T. Hitch- this young man '' I, Forest Crosby, do give and< Williams gave a short, entertaining I

"' ,''It i ,energy. But let's don't And thank you Junior class, you Jamie Sapp Irons Prescott, and i Pauline Anders Magaret ; clime from Slurko and lucky for !'I willingly bequeath my extra height talk. L A. Gray then gave a talk: I

II< I fever catch us this year. cnn take our place at last Mildred Sapp. In another department I I Davidson, Louise Rosier, Janie Mae I II Statke, too because some day ,''la, I George Sllco:< which was short and well presented I I'

,n.' illv trv: we can keep be- And thank: you so mitch of the hospital we see Miss I Quarrels, Mildred! Sapp, BeatriceCassela Starko will be glad to claim him I, Margaret Davidson, do giveand and Miss Wrnlo! Phillips presented ,
?. -tferlr and full of life, as Elva Lee Kuddiah, and j'! DM her ownIf N. T. keeps MaI the Last Will and Testament .
dr UU'" 'k ., i 14 really only a matter diet-I i ramie Sapp! ; In the eleventh by I ambitions he will likely become willingly bequeath my quiet of the t Seniors It was l found' I

t"'" nation The Junior Cliim, !Song I surgical nurse. l I II Sidney:\ Stanford, Miriam\ Guy, Haol I' wall known or famous sometime. ways to Edith Rowe.I quit Interesting and amusing I', I

.,. t make this one of the Tune of "The Dlpsy Doodle" I The next takes us to New I .; Moore: and Pauline Rosier and He Is a fun loving young man And? I-'utch, do give and willingly The dessert course was nerved, t

, iga/ wave ever had byi We are the Juniors, it's easy York: whoa we page see Ernest Boyd asa I,last. We were joined by EdmonJ f and gets' himself! Into some little / bequeath my pleasing laughto and Adkins 1 announced u short Intermission I

I t, mpllshlng. worth whilerd to see successful owner of the world's Galloway In the twelfth grade. I mischief, but his winning ways CleonVooten- while the hall wa '

i I by not doing things We welctime you to the Junior largest/ music department store. II, This, the Senior Class of 1038, help him get out of It almost as I, Alice Edwards, do give and cleared for dancing. The guests t
r '
, worth while party has made much easily us into It willingly bequeath of soon returned and t i'1
anti We tire very much astonished at prugl'eSThllil! I my gift reciting A. W Anderson,

'f --Editor. This little, song Is to bid you r seeing in the mont famous night your many Seniors )live.. won 13l'lld-1 I N. T, It seems, has' travelled i to Eddy; Hartmiin. Jr., furnished music for dancing ,1 1 ;

I ---- farewell club In Paris, France, Misses Lillian I ford B'H, awards, mid) other quite a lot and visited In many I, Dim llazi-n, ilo give and wil- I until twelve. I

u, IIHFGIITN FOR \\KEK And If you'll(' listen our story Moselcy and Hazel Moore. In closing/ we, the Senior Class, I I other states and no doubt hurt seen lingly bequeath opportunity\ The decorations were of blue and

; <. ,napscomes only to well tell" They are dining and dancing and wish the Senior ClaM of next year '| many beauty spots but as far as to be captain of Uunket Ball' Team silver an'earners. Memory books

hoe. "/ho seek how to overcome We like you and we hope you enjoying life. They are at this luck, and hope they: make their wo know he likes Starke and to Bob Long were placed nl each place ns place I I" t

,hstar"los, not how to avoid them. like us time very wealthy and travel with mark In the Bradford I County HlgbScllOOI'S I Staike gills all right. I, Clarice Gill, do give and willingly cards, and tiny wristlets were given \ J
Dear old Senior class' of B, H. S. '
k iievclt the most exclusive society/ people History. This we have His hobbies-well, I don't know bequeath my golden voice us favors for the girls! Ferns I! J}

: Habits are at first cobwebs, on every continent. tried to do and think we have not but he likes dancing, fishing, and to Harold Grlffla.I and flowers decorated. the banquettables. : I'I'
'' ., ables. For just eight months now to- fallen short of our mark-
It t 111 .
Waitresses
He Is like other for the banquet ,
hunting. many
While
still
we've worked in France we see L O. Jones, do give and willingly
The quick brown fox jumps gether Reese Bradley at :Monte Carlo. His -- -- ---- high school students and ID for bequeath studious were: Loral Bennett, Maa'lon 'I
waysto
And from my
never
v I r lazy dog. have your shirkedWove duty you 'rolling bones' havo taken him far SENIOR'S PLAY abolishing home work, especiallyover Roy Tomlinsun.I and Helen Dowling and Grace 1"1,
1 The mould of a man's forum "
the weekends.His Dew. Waiters were: Buddy Bishop. '
I 16 in his own hands hail our quarrels and our He Is a notorious play boy. PLANS ARE LAID Ella; Mae Manning, do give Ralph Rhodes, Billy Dowllng :
ambition Is' to become a nnd
willingly bequeath my curly
little fight Turning on over we see Dan Hasten -
:5lion I Tls growth, not accumula- '
l I This will take a hair to Edwiirda.I and Billy Jackson Confetti and ,
Who've fussed about who was In Vienna lie is nn admiral I great surgeon Maty
thai makes man great Kntlert Deikiorrot To
+ wrong and was right In the United States Navy sta Direct "Glrlill lot" of work N. T., but don't giveI .1. W Kelley;: tin give und willingly streamers added to the merrimentof e
---- the "
dunce.
Guests '
for tile dance
But you've forgiven and forgotten tinned: In the troubled! district of I up and you will surely reach your bequeath my neat on the bus I
| Through the Keyhole Italy "lie_Glrly"Plans goal. You have 011''Ish s for to Gene Long.I presented their bids at the door 1
/ I
I before entering J j i'' 1
Dear old Senior class' of B. H. S. In London we find the former for the Senl"iPlay' "Girls I II your succeftR. Lillian Moseley, do /give and '
+ Adkins was toastmaster for the f'
/Ivone came to school Mon- -- ---- % ?- -
Mary Harriet Blhhop, known to her Will Be Gills" have been completed willingly bequeath my love for
v lla'. morning, yawning and tired. Next year when we take your classmates as "Dot" She Is re- I and the practising: will begin Mammy Sez: lancing to .lewett b'ogK evening and eveyone found that I !I ,
| he did not overestimate the fun I 1jI I
;11 week-end and school
i i big:
coveted name I 1 I, N. T. Rllch tlo and willingly }
aiding there with her husband, this week. Robert Oemoreat, actor -I give would. have
i because "an excellent f
moanV.I \ We won't forget you, your William N. Long. They are at will direct the play and everyone Folks, ilat Junior-Senior Banquet bequeath my dimples to time '
had all.
was by II
deeds' or your fame I summer estate and are very prom-I I' who saw the Senior play which I an' dance was sho' enjoyed Charles McKay 1 1i ; h
your Imint people In many sports. he directed last year will know by dls Mammy pecliilly dat IIn'I give

{ !O mil well-dressed at the is bright 1I1'P.I. At a summer resort In the Ia-I I what an entertaining show he will I key anti It ain't eben Christmas bequeath my curly hair to 1 llngly bequeath my gifts of gab to

seems strange to sear And may you reach Just the waiian Islands we see the famous i train the Seniors to present.The Thanksgiving Kberything Joss Hazel drown Ilurriet Benson.I .

r"ised In everyday-school dizziest: height actress, Miss Pauline Anders from date scheduled for the play went Offs lilt clockwork, It were I, Bill Long, do give and 1 wll- James Norman, do give an I

t gain Oh" well, "Thanks But keep your heads and don't California with the woild-known I Is April 8th and prices will be! II I, dat nmooth My my, but dem! boys llnuly \bequeath my graceful' walk willingly bequeath my ability i > q II

\I'mory. forget us. beautician Ella Mae Manning nominal. |1 and finis bin looked scrumptious to Betty Joe Webb.I drive a model T to Earnest Boy'!1- 1
1 tl\ ,A didn't Doshla look well Station B. H. S, Is signing off I Aqua nuulni. was de predominating \Fiances Peek, do give. and ing. t I l:
I '''!ChI and as usual, sur- Alice Eilwunls;. the Blues Sin- I .1
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most mod -l. rotor among de gala dresses, willingly bequeath my excess I, Hdlth Holllngsworth, do give ,
in perfect
Irom i admirers.. That Jun- ger of the Golden Night Club < i j
Boulder dam Is the world's highest II height to Lorraine Hartman
and (It sho I don'tlike
were pretty.
On stil) another and willingly bequeath qui <, :
has kid- golden we my
i been page q
> Chicago recently
jio 'urnei seemed to be quite I
pop- dam the second largest is located I, Sidney Shuford, do give and
; to sho partiality and I jess tell to Jimmie Kewell. "
ways
I Hi' ''rho i banquet and Artford napped. see Kdith'8 Beauty Solon In Starke. t
in India. I willingly bequeath ability to e
dn dat few ob dem my
about 11
WilY a '
|.'. It Is a well established businessand I, GeraldIno Johnson do 1
"r! n it the dance. Further James give an
over we see
catch a ride to school to Andrew : ,
gals was dressed 1, but Ins couldn'ttell r
u I i mla quecnlike ? Dan Japan Is pressing the United j I man and John Sidney Nor-I widely known for Its successIn how day alls looked cause Redding. willingly bequeath solemn art 1 I ;
h "Xilent. taste. So does 1 Sun Francisco. We find they aregieat keeping people youthful lookIng you ; quiet nature to Vernon Silcox. ;
States hard for first place in |' I I It would take me fer ever an' ever. I, Edna: Peurre, do Rive and willingly -
:; OIK, we all think. Speak- world rayon yard production. engineering men In the west. It belongs to none other than Carol White shay looked Ilk a mlli bequeath my friendly waysto William Plummrr, do give and f I;'

'I'J3 queens' .Innle Mae Quarles .---- It seems us If our old lends the same blond Kdllh Holllngs- I i lion dollurn: In an aqua marine tafI Hazel Thomas wI llngly bequeath my popularity I

!'I. K i, if her background was Kansas produces more alfalfa Vernie Phillips and N. T. Ritch area I ChillS worth that was In our 1938 Senior I I felt with it: boles\ and Edna Pearce I, Doc Wiiinwilght.! do give and with the gills to James Klnchen. I

), mil a throne. She really need than tiny other state In the' very happy couple. They live 1, were stunning In a black taffeta : willingly\ bequeath my position aa I, Lena Lavender, do give and "
'L t yell union. South America where N T. Is | Towards: the last of the book we 1 President, of the Student to t f
in dress wlb a pink peque' tiotera on. I Body willingly bequeath my quiet ways I!
Mi 'tm Guy was a visitor at coffee find that Hlrnm Wynn Is In Africa that will have It. to Zoll
-- --- --- the owner of great plantu-1! I Pauline Anders looked like a I anybody ColIlngM. )

J th coquet nnd dance That hair ''.'crm cutur'.st! who supply fishermen tions. i iWe I hunting with several other well- Queen In a pink taffeta dress, too. I, Paul Faulkner, do give and I. Hazel Moore, do give ond willingly t

I of takes the cake" with bait feed growing find J. W. Kelley Is now an |I known sportsmen. We recognizetwo An' de Sophomores gals dot wultml willingly bequeath my ability to bequeath the days I skip- j

,Wh\ was the "Bradford House" worms on n diet of cornmeal, castor Important man in the United I j of them as Paul Faulkner and on UB, day all hub on dresses a play n guitar to John Torode.I ped school and spent In Gainesville it'
II'II'to
Iso ;inlay Saturday night ? You oil and fish oil- States. He owns several ,'Edmond Galloway like und l blue and silver aprons an' 1 Irene Prescott, do give anti Martha Wells ,

should hark have seen those girls cut- I companies and it Is l'Uilroa..l In Sidney Australia we find caps on. Blue and silver am de ; willingly bequeath my friendly I, Bernard Rosier, do give and j :

th ',ip The neighbors thought Ingly naive In dark-blue seersucker he and Evelyn Crosby are Vesta McRne and Pauline floater Senior colors More ob dose gals way to Bertha Taylor.I willingly bequeath my winning I

I th. 'UHf' would fall down before print last Friday. Dot Bishop was ed. Evelyn is at present his sec have stopped. for awhile on their hub on coi'sages. Some ob dam Janle May Queries, do give ways with the girls to Andrew .

rte. finished. seen In peach marquesette with retary.As Journey around 1 the world. They didn. t hab shoulder corsages but and willingly bequeath, part of my Zenus Adklna. I i

then poor Seniors are paying for flowers. Miss Hazel Moore was we turn on over you may be are planning to (leave soon to join wore dainty little wrist corsages height to Tnlmiulg


"lev 'big time" Friday. But U glamorous la silver lame'. Gee! I surprised to know that Frances Miss Jewell GassoU, owner of the made out ob sweet peas, and roses that he will make a man. willingly bequeath my black. hair t L !

I i* re the sports we think they sound like a fashion sheet Peek Isn't married yet. Instead chain of Gasnett's Hardware stores J' buds and tied, on wtb ribbon, They I, IxiiilHe Rosier, do give and willingly to Hazel Whltehead.! 1 ,.\

I be they'll take it on the chin and We wonder if Bob Long will she Is an American auihor of many In United States, at Madagascar +i';' Hho' was dailing Now let's see bequeath my golden curia I, Niram Wynn, do give and willingly ; t;

good from now on. Thl'y'reJURt best-selling novels She Is' remembered where she Is stopping until she Ifn' I cans remember som' ob de to Gladys Khiimes.I bequeath my fast move- i
of what Dan willed
I loo lively those Seniors! take advantage I by her classmates for her gains her health and Is re-I couples at de dance. Dere was Kdmoml Galloway. do give and ments to John Chnlker
Everyone him. Bob would make a good cap t f'I
I and how talks about the girls tain, wouldn't he? splendid work and co-operation In to continue on her Journey Harriet and Bill, Dot an' Bill\ Powell willingly bequeath my long eyelashes Pauline Rosier, do give and i

well they looked, but publishing the B. H. Journal.. Dr Bernard B Rosier. She in Elva Lee and Bill Long, Edna to L G. Johns willingly bequeath my erect posl'f'

Some of the boys looked mighty Well this is the longest column In Alaska we find L O. Jones tended by Miss Lillian Stump, whois and Bob, Marlon and Gene, Miriam \ T, Mildred Sapp, do give and tion to Elizabeth Phillips. ,

nice not Friday night, too. Oh, we're I've had yet and I guess rd bet doing governmental work. His her nurse and companion.We and Sidney Shuford, Frances willingly bequeath my timid and I. Dorothy Sapp, do give and II

here lacking in nice-looking boys ter cut It short so goodbye and name Is often linked with that of hear Iris Belle Strpp's! well and Junior, Helen and John, Mary quiet ways to Doris Strickland. willingly bequeath my pleasing !
| no sir! sleep lots-you need It- of Island I, Iris Supp, do give and willingly smile to Doshla Smith
the famous beauty Long j modulated voice over the telephone and Karnie, Donhla and Artford, -
---"Ponces Peek was very charm- -Peeper. New York We! remember her as when Bernard is calling LII and Crandle. Huzel and V. O..l: bequeath my curly hair to Annie I, Mellle Silcox do give and

I Dorothy Sapp. Mellie Silcox of Philadelphia. Enzit and Dun, Loryee and Eddy. Mae Harnage. willingly bequeath my figure to ,,

I At the world's largest and most I Their engagement has just been Elaine and Jack JeDHon, Sadie and I I, Dot Bishop, df give and willingly I Enza Weaver. R

RGI famous bathing resort we find Miss announced. N. T, and Clarice and Jake. bequeath my graceful walk I, Lillian Stump, do give and

Louise Rosier with her beautiful, to Wilier May Thornton.f. to
willingly
SOU IID't As we are about to dose the Wells, I guess dls week wills be bequeath my ability
golden hair and well remembered Beatrice Casscls' do give and play basket ball to Lorenzo Rosier. J JI
book we see Julian Griffis' nameIn spent gwainlng to bed wlb de
figure In a bathing beauty contest gold letters on a door and "Pri- roosters !and catching up wlb lost willingly bequeath my blonde hair I. Jamie Sapp, do give and willingly I
selected "Miss to Ella; Mae Sapp.I studious
She bequeath
Is being as my ways
u Your child la eleven y.ars old or younger. vate" written beneath In black slumbvr. So far, dere am nothingon
Julian Griffin, do and to Ruth Murrhee.
you con o sur. his education by a nominal I America. letters. The door Is In an Impor- fer dla week-end dat I knows give
On the next page, we find we I willingly bequeath my ability to I, Carol White, do give and wil-
j*monthly deposit with us.W.will Mnd checks tant looking building in Hollywood about. Dere la a Freshman-Sophomore -
n to I htm .v.ry month white b. U In college. are seeing a different part of California Julian la an dance in Gainesville, and a drive a car to Earnest Phillips./ lingly bequeath my studious ways
Florida. We In Starke that I, Jewell Gasnett do give and to Juanita McKenzie. '
and even male the premium d.posiia lot you see Important executive la the Metro- few couples from here am sort a 'j I J
I h II you dl or become disabled bcfoi paying Geraldine Johnson Morgan has [ Goldwyn Studios. We also find planning on going. willingly bequeath my black hairto I. Reece Bradley, do give and r J" '

Q Q H up yourself.S been blessed with twins They out that Carol White Is his Loyree Phillips. willingly bequeath my smile to ;
very Wells, dat Is all f lksles. Mind l'I'
are now In the second grade In 1 I, Miriam Guy do give and wll- Louisa Warren. \ I II II !
nd lot our &.. booklet on cost at r pr. competent stenographer. yo parents an' come to school on ___
Bradford School where Geraldine I '
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Mntatlv educational InatituUona.SIGN High On the last golden puge we find time an' git som' sleep, dat Is I 1 1I'
Is teacher. She Is remembered '
a Doc WainwrIght, former President' de advice ob-- ,<
as the quiet girl who of the B H. S. Student Council, la i Yo' Mammy I I'

_tar-rireatt.-otlr married during the first part of her now Secretary of War and may In I For
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senior year. the near future, be President of the I Expert Repairing tIIIsmith's

MAIL: GULF LIFE INSURANCE co. We also find another graduateof United Stntea. The Klondike gold field reached I ,

I Jacksonville, Fla. 1938 at B H. S., as a teacher a peak output In 1900 of 1.077,553

1 of the Juniors. She Is MIss Lena ---.+ fine ounces valued at $22,273,000.

ODAYI Gentlemem I II7tt Lavender. .
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!Information II Casscls and It cost a fraction over two cents Garage
Pleas tend me your FREE Misses\ Beatrice
i.I to handle each of first-clans A half-million acorns were
I older on Child! Education.! I Elve Bee Reddish are In Starkevisiting mall handled In piece 1934. planted on Oklahoma farms the I
friends for a while before

';" I -------------- I I&J1J" they go back to New York where pad year. Phone 120 ly
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"' '' ..;; they own the fashion-leading dress 1 1i +-- tt

& ,1 -.=------------------- I solon of the world. They have Miss i France baa undertaken l to supply I The Jew.inn population of the I Wrecker Service Day or Night ''

"' ---------- --------- I Janie Mae Quarrels modeling their gaa masks to ""v ry resident of world has bee estimated at roor.
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, BKADFOllD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAKKE. FLOKIO.% __ _.._ __.! I1IY: MARCH lOll

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-.- .. -- -' --- I I Junior-Senior Banquet and Dance I' WHAT HAPPENS AFTER A TWISTER DISSOLVES I '

ili h FAVORITF1 I IR

At Woman's Club Friday Night I I

AGE S The Junior Class of the Brad- j l'arl'I< t Davidson, dunce Gill, Lll- II'

,$ ocictJj fore! County High School entertained han Moseley. Frani..cs Peek Ver- II I ,' II IL Eel P EJ JMrs.

I I the Seniors with a banquet nlo Phillips Jamie Mae Quarles, I

and dance Friday evening at the Mildred Sapp Callle Strickland

F" \Wonmn Club building. This en- Beatrice Casncls, Miriam Guy, Ha- L. D. Vining H"III, ''I i

teitiilnmcnt marks one of the se- zel Mooie Geraldine Morgan Pau- ,I I recipes this week 1'11I'I'I

%v. M\ S Has Prominent Visitors ; Mrs.\ Perry and i I'i k'a of the forty-third annual com- Uni-, Roster Mellle Silcox Carol | are indeed grateful. >i': ,

111'Vhih'. of Juck-on\ilf] Addn( ( ILOl'al< Women nccment exercises of the B H. I White. Evelyn Crosby Alice Ed- : sounds delicious.

Lr' S. war.19, Ella Mae Manning Vesta ,' Noodle .
Socle - ----- --- .> c:..: 4 nail ('tic'. ",
.
Thi' Womiins Missionary The club houHe was decorated ItcRae Edna Pearce Irene PI'es- A '
of i he Methodist Church were Rev. and :Mrs. Shepherd I 1 pound ground pork
ty The with fORioonn( of silver and blue cott, Louise Rosier Iris Sapp. ,
1 ten cent
Monday package nuo'I'':
COI1 favord l ut their meeting Entertain At LuncheonThe paper and on the banquet table Harriet: BishOp. Jewnl Gassett! ,
visitors, Mrs About three-fourth
afternoon to have as pom i ,.
were placed roses and ferns. The Edith Holllngswoi, Lenea Lavender '
E. B White, L. A. Shepherd low cheese
and Mrs. and Mrs.
n. H. Perry Rev.
I place cards were booklets entitled Elva Lea Reddl: h, Dorothy
ByHOME both of Jacksonville, who addressed entertained at a delightful "Memories Bradford High School Sapp Lillian Stump Jamie Sapp. 1 medium size can oi i I"< "
of the local Society. at 12:30: o'clockIn (strained)
the women luncheon Thursday
Junior-Senior Banquet. Sponsors Erneset Boycl Forest Crosby, L. e
/ of the Walnut St. ; One-half
Is Secretary pint
Mrs Perry their home on cream.
for (the Juniors were Miss! Rosalind O. Jones N. T. Ritch, Sidney Shu-

NEED Jacksonville District, W. M.S. and Their home for this occasionwas Jacobs and Robert Geiger; spon- ford Paul Faulkner. Julian Grlffls, Cook noodles In suited win.. 1, .,

I FORJiAgreei she spoke Interestingly along the tastefully decorated with sors for the Seniors were Mrs. T. James Norman Bernard Rosier. minutes. Then ma cold wier,

I lines of the woman's work In Florida roses, sweet peas, and other Spring T. Lung and Miss Evelyn Stump.At Philip Manassa Reese Bradley, An- through them. Brown thi poik
is I
E. B White, who a
Mrs
tha boir'jattng Citizens'Council flowers. seven-thirty a three course ell Futch, Joseph Wesley Kelley stirring to break in pieces Brwn,

",' member of the Florida The luncheon table, which was banquet was served, for which Mr. Bill Long Doc Wnlnwrlght Ed- Darmstadt Illinois well. Cut cheese in pieces mUd
at -
rousing: talk on Remains of a 05-year-old: Evangelical church ,
: gave a covered with a handsome white L A. Gray returned thanks to mond Leslie Galloway Dan Hazen, melt. Add strained tomato, ,,
I t II
Ui se wb), American citizenship. The obJect where two people were seriously Injured last week after a freak ,
'i t linen cloth had as Its central the Giver of all good gifts. The Bill Plummer, and Nlram Wynn. pork and then add the checs. ,m,
home
,ly of the Citizens' Council of with like swiftness. Tremendous damage and
twister struck lightning
a low bowl of sweet favors from the Juniors to the cream. Blend
adornment The members of the Junior together and ,
(characte this state Is to help clean up along and fern. I Seniors mlnature elephant loss of life and In furies were caused before the twister dissolved.I I' 15: minutes. Place mixture lJOk

,;far too f; political lines that favor slot machines peas. :..__ were class are: Misses Ruth Alvarez, I[ _! __ __ ___ in c'dse-,
Idered i it. ) for izione-- VLIJUY&.aof -- 'I--ntv' nwiiJii.uin.jr" n'.ftllh' charm A toast to the Seniorswas role and brown In oven ubt.i.i,,, ?
gambling and taxes by A. Z. Adkins, Jr., Hazel Brown, Arsula Crosby, Mary minutes. "
given
Mrs. Shepherdwere
t.'' of Impor. I the Rev. and d 1 Revival Success
!
.
hidden purposes.Mrs. I Edwards, Clara Flume, Lorraine '
c to the Rev. and Mrs. W. A. and response was made by Ancil Crubmi'ut Sal.i.l I
y puratIons, U: A. Wood conducted a Fischer the Rev and Mrs. R. T. Futch. School songs were sung by lartman Irene Lewis, Ruth Murr- The 1 The revival meeting now In
service and spokeof hee Loree Phillips, Gladys Rhame 1 can crabmeat ( flaked I
along' In ,. shorUdevotlcniU Caldwell the Rev. S. A. Wilson, I the group from each class, which I ] progress at the Methodist Churchis

L ex! manr what the coming of Christ Into and the Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Sims, :I was followed by "Farewell to the Ella Mae Sapp, Doahla Smith, DorIs -, Letter Box:: attracting great crowds.", The 1 Celery hard to boiled taste
the world had done to advance the I Scnlois" by :Mr. J. II. Benson. A Smith, Doris Strickland, Hazel : egg
i of Palatkn.: Rev. S. A. Wilson of the First
Home status of women. Mrs. J. W. White song to the Seniors was sung by Thomas, Louise Warren' Enzn 3 tablespoons mayonnius.
------ --- Methodist. Church of St. Augustine -
Florida offered. prayer. Baptist W. M. U. Has MeetingThe I' the Junior Class; then followed Weaver Martha Wells, Juanita Starke Fla. is preaching the revival One-half pint cream

yl severalj Mrs L. A. Dnvls, chairman of Senior Class Prophecy, impromptu McKinzle Harriet Benson Zell I I gospel Thoroughly blend and l.i t, i .1"t I
1938.::
business and pro March 23, sermons each night beginning
I methods Christian Social Relations was regular talks and Last Will nnd Testament. Collins Etta Fae Dyal, Elaine Ed- I for several hours in (i.-fri. '
of the Baptist W. I of at 7:45: : o'clock and each
of the meeting Editor: Telegraph morning before .
in charge of the program. Mrs. gram Faculty members who were wards, Annie Mae Harnage Mar-: sarvlngI'otiito
held at the church Mon Fla. beginning at 10 o'clock.
establish M\ U. was Starke, Spccla
Davis was asxibtcd on her programby guests at the banquet were: Mr. zle Howard, Alma Murrhee ElIzabeth -I Delight
.
in the h day afternoon at 3:00: o'clock.In Dear SirPlease : music Is", feature of the meetingsand 3 ,
Mrs. H. B. McLendon, Mrs. D. J. II. Benson Mr L. A. Gray Mrs. Phillips Edith Rowe, Lorena j I large sweet potatix, '".
r recipes absence of the president, allow me space In your members of all churches are until
the tender
P. Caipenter Mrs. L. D. Viningand Merwyn Long Miss Evelyn Stump Rosier. Dorl Silcox Peggy Stanley /
convenie I' W. J. Mrs. W. B I columns to explain the position of attending nnd taking part. The
"? Mis W. Hogan Smith. Mrs. Epperson Miss Rosalind Jacobs! Mr. Robert Bertha Taylor, Wilier Mae One-half cup sugar
bousewl presided, leading the devotional Principal of Bradford County High Rev W. A. Fischer regular pAstor
Mrs. W A. Fischer, presidentof Alexander Geiger, Mr. C. M. Howard Mrs. Thornton Mildred Warren Betty One good sized lump hn
i of the School shown by the mlnutl'A.unlflss of the Methodist Church
correspcj business as here cor-
and part
the local_ Society presided over I .1 I H Benson, Mrs. S. S. Dowling, Jo Webb. Hazel Whltehead. II thencilon Two tablespoons flour
busln ', chose as the Board has changed di.illy: Invites to .mivail'm'ust'Jn
er the buftinesi! session The secretary meeting. Mrs. Alexander Miss :Marc-uerlte_ Caasclls. Mrs. John Chalker. J wett FOPS'! In- .. ._.--_ > .0.. 1n..., ....__... d everyone.. Combine Ingredients and 1 ""
Asa j Mrs. E., 1(. PetiynMn reada her topic for the devotion "Spirltu-: ns UjitCil on .svuguai j oi. oi mis tine opportunity to Into croquettes Place ,
Eva Anderson, Mis Ruby Mae man Green, Sydney Grlffls I L. CS. the record shows i 11
,don letter from the" !Inte reslde't1t, 111 Sympathy." Perkins, Mrs.! B Perkins, MisR.. Johns. James Kinehen Bob Long I On page nine hear and enjoy these meetings marshmallow on top of urn i
is or was principal -I
A. which
that Leon Gray will come to close
tion agcj, Mrs. F. B Goclfiey announcing( Tho program for the afternoonwas F. Demorest. Mrs. Grace Waln- Ernest Phillips Charles Priest Benson, Commercial a Sunday quette and roll In flour, bin., '1

did syetbuelneAa ; that the Annual Meeting of the WM In charge of Circle Number wright Mrs. Mable \Vall. Mrs. James Sewell, Vernon Silcox Roy and J. Harry and Assistant night. The Rev. Mr. Fischer said deep fat.

j jells ; S. will be held In Tallahassee. Three. Mrs. L. A. Canova leader. Florence Brown Miss Jessie Mae Tomlinson Lloyd Wllkerson Robert Teacher "The prospects are fine for a most ----.-- .

wIU'.; April 5th. Mrs. Fischer and Mrs. Mrs. Alexander co-leader had ] Brnnnon. Jackson, A. Z. Adklns Jr., Er- Principal.Since !. successful revival. The revitalizIng Card of Thanks

and that' I* D. Vining were elected dele- charge of the program and was assisted After the banquet there was nest Dowllng Vann Futch Harold the controversy with the and deepening of the religious
Senior class I have been asked experience of church members is J. S. Griner and family \\
in ,
ing moi gates to attend the meeting by Mrs. G.V. Alderman '
dancing to the music of A. W An- Griffis, Eddy Hartman Tal-
of their" who entitled to sign the diplomas bplng realized by all who attend thank the people of Stark
Thomas was
Tallahassee. Mrs. J, H. Lord Mrs. R. A. derson, Jr.'s sound system. AddIng madge( Kelley, Thomas Lewis,
resource'' ice for this class and as the this revival. A hearty welcome to their gracious and timely i. I i I
adjourned, Garden.
the H.
After V.
; meeting and Mrs. to the men 1 ment of the occasion Gene Long, Hemmer Phillips Andrew "
Is of those to sign, all. our days of difficulty. Acc'pt
ment an vestibule Principal one
cream was served in the
During the business meeting. confetti and "streamers"were Redding, George Silcox J. B.
Ulon witf U this should settle the question as deep appreciation.
'
of the church.
.
Interesting reports were received thrown by the dancers. Strickland John Arthur Torode ---- -----
been der1eh/ the minutes show clearly who IH
--- -- --- ,
from officers and chairmen of the Members of the Senior Class Cleone Woolen, and Charles Mc

\ Darwin and Lincoln were bornon committees of the circles. are: Misses Pauline Anders, MarIN Kay. Principal. Births
.. .. ..
.Tnan. "f>f fullv.. I
preeenU'woman ; the same day. The time for the meetings was -.r----- *ir. ana jurs carl; Broughton; ,
t -- --.-- W. C. MANNING. Graham
changed from 3:00: o'clock until boy. March 19. REAL
3 log intep'' ; One of the first products from .
: _. ,
--- -
'matlon Denver's first iron foundry was a 3:30.The FLA. STATE FARM
; associational meeting of the ESTATEIF
jt>:which p1, two-inch cannon. Baptist W. M U will be held at Mrs. Bryan \\-hIUI..ld, Cor. Card of Thanks I
g being ol
/ been II Excess Acid causes High Springs April 6. I wish to thank the many perSons YOU WANT TO

gl FREE |, Circle Number One will have .... Gy loU/S GX/l The Woman's Club met Tuesday In Starke who so kindly have BUY
;;,nlng---> j I I youpaanaorStomache ..-...... afternoon in the club rooms with | SELL OR RENT
charge of the program and the Music Features & Photo Syndicate made my confinement to the hospital -
'onerVgtiom Ulcers, Indigestion, ....... .. Mrs. Rlcharde the president, presiding SEE US-
of here
for the month following the accidentlast
flowers
church
an BloatingCa,Heartburn Belching, no other walk! of life is the so- an air of apparent frustration as li Mrs. Sheffield and Mrs. Thursday, more and
-becautter > Ire. of UDCA April. evidenced In such titles "I Wish pleasant .' WILSONREALTY
'" Nausea get a sample __ creative artist so lonely so as R C. Drew were hostesses for the beatable
by their words and
% t' --- ----- cheery
--- I Had Died in My Cradle", "I WishI I
and a Iree interesting booklet atCARPENTER'S unhonored as where the moon comes afternoon.Mrs. .
Limit Mrs. Turner Entertains over the mountains Didn't Love You", "I Wish I Had. visits and beautiful flowers. Thank CO.
BC.. Prince and Mrs.
L
ftly makf Honoring Her Daughter Betty of Tin Pan Never Seen Suushlno" and "I Wish you each and everyone. I
and little Helen
Whitfield
Alley. Hero.worshiping I Were Tiny Bird". Stranso: auabU Bryan W. V. Cookson.
beTa of Mrs. R. V. Turner entertainedwith findsJ tlons also crop up.\ as. for cxan'.p'c' : Whitfleld': spent Friday In Day.

t.fuiiy: th! a lovely children's party last O>> no expression "I Wish I Could. Shimmy Like My .

'and me.. ; week In her home on South Walnut there. Sister Kate". "I Wish IS'ere a.Mrs.. L. F. Chapman entertained

I St. honoring her daughter, ... I Of all contributors Twins" and that ungrammatical tie- her Starke Bridge Club at her MODERNIZE: YOUR: COOKINGUSEGREEN'S
Betty on her ninth birthday. to Amen.rc. sire of all-embracing love "I WishI afternoon.
f home
I : .. "'L' ca's entertainment Wai an Island In an Ocean of Wednesday FUEL
of and white, ; .
I A olor plan green .
,., the songwriter GIrl,, by Victor Herbert an! Henry -----
suggestive! of St. Patrick Day _.. alone IS Blossom written many years ngo The Farm Bridge Club met

was employed In decorations, refreshments .. ..t :,. without a follow for the operetta, "Princess Pat" it with Mrs. Martin Grim-r Thursday ODORLESS CLEAN INST\NTANEOIS

and favors. ing. The rivers had 6S performances In ASCAP'Sanalysis. afternoon
Louis Reid If >'ou lire not familiar with! this WonderfulN'vw
Outdoor and contests of fan mail stay
games
I Mrs. Robert Kite sal Mrs R. C.
satisfied
(iiiH, ask ono of our many
on the lawn with away from his -,.
were enjoyed Drew vlsltoi .
were m s Worthington customers in Sturke about it.
: prizes being awarded the winning doors. Nobody cares who writes the At proof that a nm., Inttt ittifi Springs.

contestants songs It is only the songs themselves not aitvayt. replace 11.. old youreorretpondrnt The Alachua Friday. Cow.: Medical DISTRIBUTED; I1Y CL\DK CHAMBERLAINiliEEN'S :
I that count. y
,. the litta/
Betty! received many attractive can upon ( FUEL CO., GAINESVILLE FL.'.
i Association met at the Farm
Singers playwrights novelists, ec- "I fHih" I Had My Flrtt Wife
I gifts of remembrance from her little tors, bandleaders-all have certain Back", iiritlen by Bob Miller andperformed Thursday! evening.

friends! followings times, _._ .
depending upon the extent torn sixteen a. -------- -- ---
The refreshment table placed on of their reputations. The song merit at "I With I Had My Old Ctrl

the lawn held as central adorn- writer goes his way alone. No huzzahs Back A/I"I,," which KO aired but

ment n beautifully embossed cake : greet him in the streets. No once In J9J6.our : .

topped with four green candles cameramen.. dog his footsteps, no ,. rears lit head..In "1 KiliAmbition Spring Goods Arriving Daily
pictures! of him ever appear I Knew l uu Really
I' which was cut and served with the in the magazines. 1Ib- ( Loved tie", ehagrl.i
.
.tfl-- I cream Dainty green and white I -1 __. .. ti, : over an Inability In control LADIES SILK DRESSESIn
mint cups were given as favors. emotion In :"I !If hh
One would think that ..\

'hf u1. Invited to share the delightful such melody men as _. I, inI 1I.d,1,0,6 With' I Knew 8'oe"You'or All Colors and Figures at

1 1 occasion were: Uurjuile Sue 3.IUdlcton Irving Berlin Walter -----... Keally Lored Me."
I Os Margaret Montelth Merry Donaldson. Warren nnd m v'\\
Bt* ? $1.98 to $2.95
Such uadcritanl--
j an
Alice and Fay Dubin, Gordon and "11 ,
Beth Knight Mary ,
able ambition to ivorfc
Revel. Naclo Herb Amv5
D. Yarborough Ruth and Mary Pow Brown.Jimmy Mcllugu. I.h'' ,' : H:magic' (I suppose In the -

I) ; ell, Wanda Pearce Josephine Joe Burke with dozens 2tj arena tote-making)

Johns, Annlce and Collette Green, of song hits to their .. a* "I Jfiihl" Were Ala J. 11 LADIES SKIRTS
Hazel Fields and Bobbie Turner. credit would be assured ; din" proved unuiaally ) 44
!1\\ of tremendous sales of Ij popular This tong by
"U Mrs. Turner was assisted in
any number they might \\j the induitriout team o) TY All New Shades
; ; serving and entertaining the guestsby write. i ,, Gordon and Revel ,

11' her mother, Mrs. F. B. Johns, Yet If the number rolled up 1,372 per- at $1.29
1') if'', Mrs. W. A. Stern and Louise Isn't what Tin Pan Alley -- formancet. On the
Gus Kahn
t I,: Stern. calls a "natural:' it AS.C.A.P other herad such en

i baa no more chance ot equcltyundevattuulnWe'U _' .
clicking than a composition by an at '-1 Hiin Irtre a
READ?
4 A HAVE YOU unknown aspirant to song-writing Clown Like PogliaccC' had but on* iItt1 LADIES BLOUSES
,
,. 4' tfl\j1 ; PRAIRIE GROVE fame. The public asks for the performance

1. 1rt catchiest tunes, but It does nt q at 98c
Donald C. Peattle
\ By Identify the writers of the tunes in Old Tim. Air Popular
\ Offered Only by New 1938 In the state
of
:i'k Story a grove its requests. Meanwhile, that rollicking air of
that Is shaped like an arrowhead. wistfulness so popular up and down

I'tf : STEWfiRTWfiRNER In, tJiort the public must be America a. generation ago, "I WishI
; k TH SUMMING UP shown before it makes a purchase I Had a Girl (Just Like the Girl t, 1&\ The Most Complete Line of

'l By W. Somerset Maugham Pod performances of songwriters, Who Married Dear Old Dad"), continues

A brilliant and provocative sum mean nothing ai ,a rule with the In favor. By Grace Leroy AiT ci LADIES, MEN'S and CHILDREN'S
Kahn and the
veteran songwriter
the
buyers of sheet music. If tong
author's viewson
: ming-up of a great tickle the public ear it win tell. Gus Kahn, It was given 61 per-
Econ-O-Lite is as revolu- life and art.* If it doea,,' it it laid OI"a1the formances. The only "wish" song 69 SHOES AND SANDALS

: tionary as SAV-A-STEP, niiiical, graveyard and all the great associated with a town U Harry
famous Stewart-Warner:invention THE HUNDRED YEARSBy name of Tin Pan Alley mean Woods' "I Wish I Was In Peot la-, In Bradford County. Lowest PricesMEN'S

that turns rear Philip Guedalla nothing./ It rang up 123 performances. a'

4'; shelves into "front" space. History of the world for the .-- .

develop- past hundred years In a novel and The only songwriter use"ICt.1r" .
This daring new Wishful thinking U probably a. '
.
In the peat tense it Ralph Rain per. SUMMER SUITS
ment is the first to replace fascinating manner. prevalent in the songwriting world He connected the word iriSh the

empty claims of economy EZEKIELBy as in any other field of activity but melody men'* chief Inspiration.
with visible proof! Come when it comes to public declaration called his tune "I Withed on the $5.50 to $7.00
Elvira Garner el their wishes the melody men I
Moon" The Idea itmcfc a popular
t Ii I in and see it yourself The Joys and tragedies of a cent curiously modest. fancy. It tea performed 1832 lime f

1 today-on small negro lad as depicted by a In ASCAP's exhaustive survey of

the refrigerator] TERMS native Floridian. In negro dialect 193d performances, recently com ; p-St BOYS' SUMMER SUITS
I
: that gives you I with many colored illustrations.THE pleted. only nineteen tongs listed.expressing The late Richard Whiting was
a personal wish are They
; more for your 30 from such confession as not a widely-publicized scegwer.It 8tol6 $5.95
I range a Kay
1 : money and o.4.vI,!. BRIDAL CANOPY "I Wish I Were Your Love Affair". i I. doubtful any large< portion cl)
it! r By S. J. AgnonA by Abner Greenberg and Nelson D I the music-loving public was even
proves classic of Hebrew literature familiar with his name. Yet. many
Cogan, which was performed 2.267 ;
,...,... 11_... II.U. ..... Ma the of his tunes achieved enormous popu FRIENDLY FIVES
,1 translated Into English for time*. to such an unattainable aspiration MEN'S STRAW
N
AlI.m" IIr.....,.... a".,, r_ larity. Particularly It this true of
day N.-C"O'eo-, first time relating to the adventures as Harry Woods' 1 Wish I "Louise" which Maurice Chevalier SHOES
I' S ...._., ,
a. NBC of an 18th century Don Had Wings". which was played but used to ting with hit characteristic
HATS
Quixote.The once during the year.Frustration. Gallic gaJety "Till We Meet Again"; See Th'

: J "Japanese Sandman". "When It's
HART above and many other new, Tulip Time in Holland" and! "Sine, 98c
I fascinating books of all types and "Wishing; song frequently take en Baby Sine." at $5.00 up

tastes vein be feulid at :y-ur Public

,1 nlifUI r. no. Library in the Wensan's Club I BOOTH! SAID. "The world is full of musical treasures,

i, Building. Optut daily except Sum- I I bul we are not being enriched by these to half the extent ALEXANDER&COMPANY11ft'

: ARKE. FLORIDA days from one _W'I six o'clock p. I w. ought to be." 1

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=T I, ,1 Di H B MiLendon" N DWnlnwrighl Friends "if Miss Marguerite;: Pro I rh,' hour of 'he Friday Aft- I''

fr K O Duncan and \ at 1 will Hi' glad;: >to know that hi' i i noon Woman. Christian 'r.m- ;

r .1 I H Benson attended the Amerl was elected IB the delegate to represent perance Union meeting has been .

J lilts of can Legion convention at Cherry : Bell High School in the changed to 3:30: and the gathering : I

Lake Sunday. state teacher's meeting to be heldin will ba with Mrs. O. E Stansbury ,
I I this week-end. t
2 OW, xeoi Tampa this week. '

I : Mr. nnd Mrs. W. L. Edwards
i .li Featun-H S Phot > syndicofe
Ne Captain and Mrs. W V. Tomb '
iDeal arid daughter, Fredrlko, of Jacksonville Miss Martha Brownler a student -
STATE .nd cltv booster are ever Tribute to Charleston were guests Sunday of at Stetson University in De- of Beverly Hills. C'al, were the fl' I

OUU PEOPLE, JJUSINLSS AND in publicizing their com Charleston, S. C., is the latest city Mrs. Edwards' parents Mr. and Land, spent the week-end here guests of Mr and Mrs. J. H. Benson I '
nsrERNING mcrci.il, industrial and, frequently I I to see the light. On Feb. 14. In it's Mrs. \V. II Struth. with her parents Mr. and Mrs. JM Tuesday night. Captain Tomb I
i-HCK.KESS OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWN scenic dvan- historic old Dock Street Theatre. was!! commanding officer of the U.
.
I hA_ tI,___ ....... it Is Brownlec She was accompanied -
.acDSvvc&eL4 now entirely rehabilitated I S. S. Dixie, and Mr. Benson was 'I I I
I to devote as I presenting the world premier ofa Mr and Mrs. P M. Barefoot nnd back to school by Mr. and moral officer during the war pe. ::1 !
much attentionto Em1by the noted composer Lily daughters, Miss Juanita and Sara Mrs. Brownlec '
' ,. turning out a Strickland, one of over a hundred I Barefoot, were guests Sunday of riod. ,1 I I IUr. ,

'II l mi Mrs. L. A. Days (..pentlav :Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternbcrg and> i they first would class song have wom Society n merrbTS of Comonstrs of the, American Author Mr Barefoot's mother, Mrs. S. A Mrs L. A. Rennolds was In Jacksonville KtiittKMKII (il

" ,. m .lacksonvllle.n Miss Lillian\ Sternberg spent Sun- I more success in aid Publishers, dedicated to the Barefoot, In Lake City. Wednesday, meeting Mr. II-NO-MOII '
.
:' r --- day In Daytona Beach with Dr. S. spreading the city ar.d depcting! iIt'l\ various Rennolds there when he arrived Th 10 INN) mlniito iii|>iuutliin ITCH, treotm..nt.ollly MHipNMuiNo :. ,
: Andrews was ale bus 1- S tern berg. glories of the&rcommunitieL movements such famed and be. Leslie Biggs and his guest, Henry from Richmond, Va. Mr. and Mrs. : tfri-nHe No menu. No urfeimlrji ".. S I
Kiidolph, I loved landmarks as the Battery Pross, of the University of week-end in 1 I .,
Rennolds
, ,} visitor to Miami last week- i ---. the Old House In Trad Street, spent the rX' HniliMl (lothlnfc or bed I linen I *. I ,'
> 'to' l tune that Georgia, spent Tuesday In St. Augustine Frostproof and Lakeland with relatives No limn t I loot, from o hu"l. I ,' '
A. the Slave Market the Magnolia
Mr. and Mrs. "Halph Cox, of ,
R): .mi J. Auk alum 1 Dr. sin tin (Ueimlclda
erk.. -_ Gainesville were week-end guestsof can be warbled Gardens and the Bells\ of St. Mi. as guests of Mrs. O. and Monday Mr. Rennolds Htilpliur OIlP. I
Leula Reid
.; and whistled can chael's A special all\ string orchestra Griffin and Owen Griffin. returned to Richmond. At (rood drnir. Ktorim ovprvuhet'EN .
.
and Mn. L.lID' Mrs. Cox' Mr
VII Duncan parents, and Mrs.
Mr K. O carry its mes- of fifty pieces will perform 4 1 F.II'1 IHIK1 NlnilMMil
--
2c1to spent Wednesday In D. L. Silcox. to crossroads of the : *' 3 l I
the country
Vining age the work. Friends of Mrs S. F. Hamrick The Rev W. A Fischer preached --_ \
with greater force and rapidity "
Jacksonville I to learn that critical
will regret the night In the
, than all the inspired statements ever I Sunday sermon
.J -- Mrs. H. C. Wimberly, of High-
,; I tolled out of a mimeograph. Lily Strickland the files of Illness necessitated her removal by First Methodist Church of St. Augustine I
land Is of her
Edwards the son-in-
:f Mae spent sev- guest I
lke. Mrw ASCAP show continues to be one ambulance to St. Vincent's Hospital In the absence of the \
e.n '' \1111, ,layS In Gainesville last week law and daughter Mr. and Mis The citizenry tins been Carolina. of the most popular year in and I in Jacksonville, Saturday. ular pastor the Rev. S. A. ; r"g-\\ I

Am, relatives I N. T. Green. conscious for years because of the year out of feminine melody- who Is conducting revival services' .
epidemic of Carolina songs "Caro makers Her best known song is, of
'
r and Mrs W P. Smith were Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins lina Moon"[ and "Cry In' (or tho Caro-- course, "Lindy Lou", but not far Mrs W A. Stern Mrs\ Walter at the Methodist church here In1!

MI friends In Lake City Sun- spent the wek-cnd in Jacksonvilleas lines" we recall In particular behind in public esteem are "Dream- : Baker Misses\ Gayle Scwell Jen- Statke ;: Iff
v.suing)! i went across the nation with tho in' Time". a sonar of the bayous i rile Hutchlngs and Louise Stern -- -- --.- --- I f !
the of Mr. and Mrs. John i
guest
'
jaafttrnoon rush of a tidal wave, "Ma Lil Batteau" and I attended the fiesta "A Day inspain" Mrs!! \V. F:. Mlddleton returned
Love Wilkes.Mrs. I Love's Fisher- I I
Of Carolina
has "My a
course.
I i In St Augustine Fildny to her home Friday after spending
; 'I\ .. ;\j. E. Andrews of Lacoo- an advantage over other man", which she wrote ;
I -- --- --- -- --- II week In Jacksonville with tcla-i
the guest Tuesday ofN' C. A. Maycii, of Macon commonwealths Its during a tons sojourn in i i
,, I r us name In one of the most India. Newest number Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Mendozo, lives. She was accompanied home! ,
Ga. of her I
lohns was a recent guest I
I l F B musical In the Union from her pen is of a : Miss Gloria Johns, and Tommy by Mrs. Mae Jones and Mrs E L. '
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and '
;: is.; However oven A' religious nature bear I Hitch all of Jacksonville, were the Mlddleton, who spent the day here 'I I
Orla and Mrs. L A. GrAY. ofDavid"
Wiggins title '
\ UK nnme Is not the vital ;the "Song I guests Sunday of Mrs Carrie :Mrs: Mlddleton rrmnlneil, foi a'i II
.
Hemingway spent ------- --- .
\ .. I I' I antes factor It would seem '
Griffin
Ritch and Mr and Mrs T J longer visit with Dr. and Mrs
; I- ,\ !m Gainesville.M H. H. Stroman was In Jacksonville In conveying the virtues ,. I Mlddleton. I
-- -- \ Monday visiting his brother- of a State Kentucky, H
> !;I 1 Ronil'cru Ii -
Slgmuti -
of Jacksonville in-law And sister :Mr! and Mrs hard to pronounce and' I
; i I.ulll( Long. \ to I
evea harder to sing.. IBbU ambition, it Is said Dr B n Kane, formerly of Mrs Sarah L. Hiimrlck I IH In StVincent's
\ i'k-end guest of her moth- James Godbold. 1 write a rinnd: opera.We \ ,
.. 'rsed with ono of tlie)( Now York City and, Amory Miss, Hospltnl for obnervniion
K 11 ---- -- -- would, like to see I
Long. most, enduring of niclo Is now associated with Dr. W. K.Mlddleton. :. Mis Hamitck. was accompanu i In I
Mrs. L. A. Gray and children ; him try It. Certainly
------ .
die I hI. linn moved he Cllll Mis\ Kane and children the hospital by her daughters. Mm '
nd! Mrs V. B. Hurrell) and spent last week In Apalichlcoln, -
1 1I 1I 1I M 1 ; Lily Strickland write a 1 liiilllant,:i 'al'la. a will join Dr. Kane at II later '/w.. H Nollman, of Sebring, Mrs ,>
.i '1 were visiting relatives in as guests of Mrs. Gray's mother ElOII1wrilel's al.o hare A :S; I' A 1'. rousing ilioius. date. C. \V. Denny and, Mrs. T W Ollvei

1 .1"i Friday night. Mrs John Hoffman. done/ ttetl by Mii/inin, Nero lla "i/- *-.-- I of Savannah Gil Mrs llamriikt:
.
,
----- -- I slilre. SJldiiuan ami t'aflforislir." .t 11,1,I .tru/,/." miry uho' '' "hrlprd/ to turnout Miss Clara Flume and Miss friends wish for hoi a specify itcovery '- II I
(irk, of Atlanta Ga., Mrs. L. A. Shepherd spent Sun- didn't' the dittiesu/ i.""' ami? Hit \aini nose "I'he Music God I Edith Rowe attended a party glv-: ,, Smudges. .stains' -even ink
L,1I..*t of his father, DrV.. d.iy in descent City with herbrotherInlaw 1 "iIl.I..I..I'IJ'IJ.I t ( < / / first mailr /found, and llounit"' hn, HOW' c'IIIIJ of Miss Elizabeth slide off LOWE
In honor ---- ---- right
I i .md Mis Parks. and sister, Mr. and Icy /11I',an.'t'S'lIIlc.\ / 111/ >u ,POi""I (elf//I tailed/ "OouooOh/ 1I001l t" I.n spots, :
Mrs. 'P.obinMon. feat (sJ t those, Halfa! to the Jai / "\\lnitle\ While lou Work" a cousin of Miss Flume's, ., Errol Alvareii. popular North BROTHERS MELLO-
-- Guy'. pie,'' ot/ the/, Keimbllt' / fI/1 fiom ".'siioio White." is getting I in Jacksonville Tuesday afternoon Slarke barber has returned home GLOSS when it is washed I..,
md 1 Mrs. Fred Ilarcn, of -- ---- ,
I radl'l ) I/J/ II II ill'I Another tune with' and commenced work in his barber i
''JI' '<, I were guests! Sunday of Marlon F. Williams, of Bulboa Hymning the Cities (I allY title, "Dipny/ Doodle" I.' --- shop Wednesday Mr. Alvarez with soap and water. I
\I I, :nol I Mrs. L. O Hazen. Canal Zone is on an extended, visit More attention was drawn to Buf- sit.ninnjj, the countiu There'* at' I Mr and Mis; A O Andreu, has suffered, for over four months I Come in and get a free I.
-- ---- here with his parents, Mr and falo by "Put Me Off at Buffalo" and leaps a welcome apparently/ for a
Miss H Swindell Mrs. J. W. Ha- from an Infected finger Ho wentto of illustrated book \
all i ,
"Shuffle Off to Buffalo" than by goofy title Despite their. copy
good
of Tallahas- Mrs T. S. Williams /
M Canova : I
,-t. Mary the herculean labors of the city's lilcaminy/ white teeth dance band I grIt Joan Dinklns Mr. and Mrs. a Jacksonville hospital and had "Brushing Up on Beauty'* : ': 1\,.
the week-end here with ---- ---
pont chamber of commerce. The cow. leaden neier 'I'ell'0 attract the A. Wainwrlght and son, George, two joints of the affected finger
mother, Mrs. E E Canova. Little Miss Phyllis Hazen, of boy song "San Antonio" did more adieititinij eyes/ of tooth paste of Jacksonville, spent Sunday in removed anti It hus tuken It sometime 'l 1'1

Brooker, was the guest last week to( glorify the Texas city than any. manulactuieri bttangr/ no me I Salt Springs. to heal up properly. Ills W. A. BessantJr., Agt. "
M Ir and Mrs. Walter Williams, of Mr. and Mrs. L. O Harcn and thing since the Battle of the Alamo. hat ever been made of tttch pioioratlte friends are glad to welcome him

h ,>f VaUlosta, Ga., were guests Minnie Lou Hazen. The "St. Louis Blu.." and "Meet. song titles as "Half Moon on Mr and Mrs. Randolph Boiec, of buck home Starke Fla. :
Me in St. Louis Louis" brought incalculable the Hudson"( 'In Any Language, again i
'
,
,' >l'ilLY' of Miss Lucille Mitchell : ------- value the Missouri {Jacksonville, were guests Sunday -_ _ _ III,
publicity to it's LOlte" until Bullock and Spina
--- ; Mrs. John Patterson returned metropolis. Nothing has ever and Gordon and Revel, respectively, of Mrs. Boree's parents, Mr. and I ;i iI
Mi! md :Mrs. W. M Walnwright Sunday to her home in Columbus made known the charms of Flori laid claim to them.' Mrs. G H. Bennett Sunday afternoon "

>f illahasaee were guests Friday' Ga., after a visit here with Judge da's Winter Mecca "as forcibly as I Mr and Mrs. Bennett and ACCIDENT! _

ItTr ind Mrs. N. D. Wainwrlght. and Mrs E. K Perryman.Mrs. "Moon Over Miami. their visitede the Ravine
First American Comic Opera II guests I '
The tinkly tribute to San Finnclro The identity of the first American Gardens, in Pulatka Every time you pick up a paper you
M! inj( Mrs. James Lewis and L. E. Deudon, of Elgin, 111, I "Hello Frisco" which Ina

I M, mil !Mrs. Ralph Cox. of Gaines- and Mrs. Charles McCormick, of Claire sang In a now forgotten 'ol.- comic It was opera"The is Begum"not generally, a\work known.by I I"rle dsi::iliMs Vonda. Inman a read of Automobile accidents-You I ,.

I pent Saturday in Jackson- St. Charles, 111 are house guests of lies," Is still found In the repertoires Reginald De Koven and produced freshman in the University of Alabama .
I I Nhould liberal policy for $10.00 '
,. Mr\ and Mrs. John Uglow of the dunce bands. "The in Philadelphia in 1887 with a I at Tuscaloosa, will be pleased see our ,
Sidewalks of New Yorli' is knownfront ,
cast-there were casts in those days!
---- ------- one end of America to the to 1 learn that she became ai I per) >'ear.HAROLD.
\1 ..nd Mrs. B Cowart of Val. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ritch. Mr comprising; UeWoIf Hopper, I II
\ The number 'California member of the National
other Jefferson De Angelis Digby ]Bell: i Orgnni/a-I
i no. MI's.V.. A. Alvare, and Mrs. D. A. Montieth, Mrs. O. Here I have I C. WALL AGENCY
Come may not put Harry McDonouRh and MathildaCottrelly. him" of U'FBley I'lnyers, an honor 1' .I / "
M> md Mrs. Raymond Mat-\ L. Beasley and Mrs Ethel 1 Bigga William O McAdoo over la the De Koven's estate draws I i oiganl7atlon, on the University f All forum of dependable Insurante, Ii I : _
t Jacksonville, were guests attended the fiesta, "A Day In Democratic National Convention of royalties from ASCAP by virtue of 1 A In ,i'
banquet was given
I :"Iner.i>.1'! Mrs. F B ,Johns and I afternoon.Spain, in St. Augustine Friday put 1924. California but there Is over no qUI-1'.11 with' .i It u:Ii us:is* I the the Society late composer's membership in ranipUH her honor Friday of lust week 1 ? ,Jt: W 1 i ,t tna _


America It was larp-clv': uoon the duality ------ -_ __m__ -__________ ._.__ -- 1
_._ __...._,_ _t!". .-1 .,.-. of this work that De Koven formed
Seven,1 yean ago the New TlacfnJJailioad his association with the noted
NAT SEZ : let out to create" good will compa"y known as the Boston-
lijj meant of a sane called "On the lans. This organization presented
ThliiKlu' out loud: Kurilriir, Keip, York/ New Haven and Hart his comic opera "Don Quixote". Office Supplies i !!
it became For he his famous
v't taxes. get a little higher a* politirul ford" A tuneful ditty this group wrote
I one of tilt moit popular song of "Robin Hood", which has been
liurriiHe the law
[ oMIIonH ; NIIJH Hi day. It accomplished its purpose called the "National American _
f l''t li-gal to Ix't jour money on a siiijtly and dcciiively People, thinking Opera", though of course its \
home rare or u log race but It'" ] 0the New IImen always theme had no identification with I

Illegal to put your money In a null thought/ / of the tony America. This description was based I
nili; most of us try to get fun out Yet chamber of commerce icith entirely upon the (act that the work, I
S ,. of life uhilc other try to sfurrUAP their "Boost Centiritllt"/ publicity composed by an American held : TYPEWRITER RIBBONS It
persistently fail In draw a lesion the stage for thirty-seven uninter ,
<. to make lots of i ooplf Had. I from the songwriter Thry still rupted years. It took Da Koven I I '
Tho world KOI-ITI.S to >10<' on a gnatMX confine/ the major part of their ballyhoo three months to write it and its
Jag '"'d thor ain't no K-llln' '" I to the printed! text and neglecta original production cost, it il : CARBON PAPER

uhut'H (going to InipiM-n before It I ,melodic appeal to the eardrum said, only $l5O( _

1O'hers up. r i SECOND SHEETS I.
rI.I.I VV. F. GATKS: SAID : "Many: compositions! played in a i S

proper tempo require the production. of over a thousand I It

WHAT ? I tones per minute." -- ADDING MACHINE PAPER jIIII _


Sana Claus his ,int' Mr and Mrs R C Buford and Leslie Biggs and Henry Pross, I RECEIPTS, INVOICES'I :

ot Y9:1f 1 daughter, Miss Gloria. and Mrs- students at the University of Georgia 'I ,1. :'
Lettle Stilley spent Sunday in in Athens, pent the Spring' '
RUBBER STAMPS .1
Jacksonville with relatives. holidays here as guests of AErn" 1 i ; :
(v Ethel Biggs I
,, ,1
A1 Mr and Mrs. F. A. Canova and ALL LEGAL FORMS I ;

Yes give yourself a *V4 children, of Gainesville, were the Col.! Torrey B Maghee Inspecting ; _
officer of the of
guests Sunday of Mr. Canova'smother regular army I
the U. S., and Mrs. Maghee, of .' .
gift of Style and! Thrift Mrs. E. E. Canova.( -
---- Macon, Ga.. Major Charles W. !

Friends of Mrs T. J. Griffin Yuill Instructor of the regular 1''

PePiae &ioiL. will be glad to learn that she Is army of Jacksonville and Major'' Advertising '
recuperating after being confined Albert E Burrs, of the National, Novelty 'I

to her home because of Illness. Guard also of Jacksonville, were ;
dinner guests Monday night of Lt.
ii .
by HOLEPROOFHere's ; Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins are and Mrs. T. T. Long.. '

spending this week In Miami as --
the guests of their son-in-law and FANS, BUMPER SIGNS, ,

a present for wise moderns withan daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guy. 'CENT A WORD

.
eye on balancing their budgets Friends'" of J.- F. Klckliter will CALENDARS, KEY CASES

PennyWiseChtffons by Holeproof They'llsee I regret to( learn that he Is confined COLUMNFOR

you through the day from brealfast ,,. at the home of his sister Mrs. RENT -- Furnished apart. PENCILS, YARDSTICKS, '
E. M! Thomas because of Illness.
,
until after "date-time. Clear, dull, sheer ment Apply Mrs. S. R Johns.

yet sturdy. In the newest correct Friends of W. L. Wall will be FOR SALE--Flowers! for every THERMOMETERS, .

shades. And only! glad to learn that l he Is reouperat- occasion, attractively arranged, \ ,

ing after being confined to his and reasonably priced. Mrs. N.
4" home last week because of illness. WainwrIght Phone 102, D'j, SHOPPING BAGSI'
.
I 79c Fla tf I

II Mrs A. V. Long, Mrs. F. A. I
I Canova and small daughter Carolyn FOR SALE OR RENT-Bungalow,

I Ouolltv doubt,. c..' 'v' all of Gainesville were recent six rooms, bath electric light

.'- Hou.k.eII.d by. tna Go.d and t'1k. .. guests of Mrs S. E. Brown- hot and cold water, large yard, '
I ', .u.. Fabrics .. *,,.," -' e' lee. garden plot, and chicken yard.! One
i T5ne5uoo; -: mile from court house See A. Ej j i

.. I The Rev. and Mrs. R. T.: CaId- Wall Klngiley Lake. j ji I
r *' Mrs. M. Miss i i
well. J Mitchell
I rI ,. i 4' LOSTGold Elgin wrist watch.goM .
Lucille Mitchell and Miss Lois I I
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r : ; : Cochraln spent Tuesday in Jack-1 I bund green crystal. Reward I
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No questions.! Lost In wreck ,
a Bradford
sonrllleC ; Co.
( Thursday W. V. Cookson, care Telegraph

.. i It: Pays to Buy atSTERNBERG'S .l. and MeL J. Ei rulch. sad aill.HosplUI,.Starke. it _

t Mrs., A. J Lewis, ot Dei.asel, wilt FOR SALE 3o-egg: capacity tacubaior : -

spend this week-cad ber as the cllta.Pj Kerosene operated. PHONE 29 STARKE FLA. .'
guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. J::.. Grtffls Store 4 miles north I ,

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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY : m\PI. STARKE. FLORIDA J-KIDAV. MARCH JS ,
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.,.',',,..1'.'o ; 1/-/ FLNXJERI'RINTINO'S Here's an Idea that NEW should USE be [Steel i For Bridges


rAGs! j!-I \'t.I ..' g FARMERS SECTION -'II fl From Other Pens I I,I''of used this in year Florida"! the cities city law-makers On Jan 1 1 LIVE STATE NEWS 1 1I l


j jF NOTES OF INTEREST TO lilt \DFOICD GROWERS I III of Wlnn''tkll. 1IIInoIR'e, passed un FLOKHJA FACTS IX SHORT PARAGRAPHSMOTIIKR ,

.1 I Tin NEXT GKF\T PLAOL'K: II ordinance compelling all canvassers : L .. ;; ", ,

II TO ( 0 and solicitors to bo fingerprint- I

.. t Thf following article cornea floraThe cd by the police. Within six ASKS! ARREST CRACKDOWN 3KTS RESULTS ,- -a.

; L RURAL Hints To Housewives I Melbourne Times /and presents -I weeks 10 men with criminal record -I MIAMI, -- Joe Copptnger, 24. FORT 1IYERS.The Heitman -

;' ,!i many ntiiggcring facto about were discovered and four others 'I spent II night in Jail because his estate largest single property ((4

,; COMMON SENSE ''tho dlfiease that takes a greater I wanted on criminal charges In mother feared he otherwise might owner In Ft Myers, recently came

L \Vwkly from Home Domonwfrallon I lull In America than either tuberj other Hales were apprehended. IC'rims I spend It In the maw of one of the m-rosH with a (5,000( tax payment -

fly SPUDS JOHNSONFARJEit4 !'IIM''ltlIINt, TallahsocO'I j culosla or cancer syphilis. There charged to the four applicants -I alligators he wrestles for the and the Fort Myers Securities

r amusement of tourists Coppinger corporation (mother big one In arrears -
//11'(.' now bills before both the sen- for solicitors licenses '

I corBy : NOW FHH'RlNfi .. UMNO MI'iLVilIttIilESBy ', ant and the house of representatives wanted in other States ranged I was escorted from a cage of snap- paid $1,000 down with a %

FOLLOW to provide money nnd means from forgery to child desertion.The ping 'gators to a patrol wagon after promise of cleaning up the balance
BEST PLANS! TO alM-IIe S.
ThiirNhy
mother told, Policeman J. A.
of fighting this terrible scourge. fourteen discovered as the result his of $9,000( In 30 diiya. The two deals

i IN PRESENT:;; SITUATION The April Issue of the Ladles' of fingerprinting were found Poythress he had mixed liquor brought to a total of $30,000 the

HOME Great quantities of strawberrieswill Home Journal (pages 24 and 23)) among 163 persons to whom per- with his act to the point she fear- back tax settlements made with

f NEED'IIFOR. Marketing quotas for cotton and be available at reasonable contains full Information about mits were issued, which should Indicate ed for his life. He was booked on the city since the crackdown polIcy -

I I {, flue-cured tobacco have been placed prices for a short time at the closeof the proposed legislation and many the need of a similar ordi- a charge of Intoxication. was put Into effect this week.

In effect following favorable the shipping season. All of us statistics about syphilis that will nance in other communities, par- -.- Other payments were $9,000 by

Agree' vote on the question by Southern' should make the most of this delicious make the most skeptical/ stop and' ticularly here In Florida.It TWO OUT OF 39 1'ASSTALLAHASSESLFor Gllmer Heitman and $11,000 by

the bo1l'j' j; growers on February 12. Under berry while it lasts, servingIt think just what HE can do to aid would be a distinct protectionto the first Mrs Alice Tonneller. The settle.

\"Castingthose i,1 these quotas each grower will be liberally In the fresh state and In the fight. I the public against the undesirable time since the State Board of Law ment left only four properties on ,

wri ": limited In the number of acres of canning and preserving for later Under the caption/ "The Next / element that drifts Into thla.GfofA Examiners was organized In 1923 the original "blacklist" from which

"lyboinacharacte ': these crops from which he can flreat__ ___ -Pln.__ "
:' market his yields without being use.The Is fine polltiin Life Insurance Company I year canvassing and soliciting : i to practice passed the tests last non-payment of taxes and Mayor i COLLINS LANDING, N V -
fresh
strawberry a
tar too f :1'
,, taxed. That naturally brings to has an advertisement/ In the February orders from homes at tourist month. The successful applicants Shepard said that two of these had Tying In first cable strand
:.Bldered ty l' the mind of thequp.stlon. source of Vitamin C, ranking with/ "m i ',?"
many a grower pictorial Review that would whom to announced promised to pay up.CAV series of
season so many of turn today by Supreme five bridges .
/ of Impel: >;, "What can I do to uso the orange In richness of this important across si
f.Jy to pufratIone t, to best advantage?" vitamin. have deeply offended refined people canvassing as a means of livelihood. Court Clerk G. T. Whitfield, secretary ( --.--- -- -- Lawrence and Thousand let ,a,,'_

my acreage a few years ago. The advertisement .-Florida-Georgia. News. to the examiners, were Archer OF POUDER from New York to Canndu 'n", ,,,
That Is not an question to Straw berries are of delicate I 'II.
easy
Is about
j talking syphilis L. Lerch of Gainesville and
----- -- red Nazi
as .
; along In// f. answer, and the correct reply will structure and should be bundled in I The Insurance contribUtes -I ; MULLICA HILL, N. J.-There legions marchtxl ,u ,
company SHE II.\l> SOMETHING THERE I Summers Warden of Coral Gables. another border where
e costly Former United States Senator Thirty-nine took the examination.At concrete is Into. .
shaped _
[
should have I I'I mind lens In' <
Home considerations. However, there ore to the table they as of Farmer Amos Kirby
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space to the American Social James E. Watson tells an amusIng -I i the October, 1937, test 22 out of ly fortifications.
Florida 1\\ certain points which good farmers much of the original flavor and 'I I about the services rendered by The slit> nt t t tproject I'' ,
Hygiene Association which I 40 were admitted to
story about one of the first practice. of
I S'/j miles
several J f have found to be pnylng propositions 'food value as possible. The worst sponsored "National Social Hygleno .. modern American industry. of roads T II', t
cases he ever tried. "My client - -- built
methodsof ,;, ; over a period of yearn, and to sin of all against, the strawberry Day"' February 2, 1038. I Farmer Kirby recently wanted bridges by the Tlmn i
theeatabllsr fi,; which others would do well to give Is to let It stand in water for the / was a rambunctious Irish woman LAKE OKEEC'IIOIIEE CLOSED only eneough blasting! powder to Islands Brldgee authority t I. |II l, \ _
;' "Today syphilis Is causing more and was almost Irrepressible BELLE GLADE. Lake Okec- the ancient Mohawk
trail
I j' consideration nt present. color and flavor to bleach out. Do I I remove a stump from one of his nun' ,I.
I misery of mind and body than any I! throughout the trial. I wan. the cliobee will be closed to bass fish- tali/.ed by James Fenimoiv. ( ,,
before An addi-
In the h not washing. fields t'uot
p} First, of course Is the old! recommendation cap- - other preventable disease." the advertisement only lawyer' on our side. while Armnn__ __.__ _ftrnTnrrh____ .... .. 1i inTntr 9O, He asked for a couple of !_inupntu.fIun:_ __ ...._..' nrn-.G... ....0. ,010.,,.__ !
recipes. onal rinse Is better than to ounces or at the
produce on the I powder local -
j convenl first. Wash Into / begins; and It will be tho opposition had employed two according to a ruling made last general I working on the project ,.u,' t I..:
|; ?; ,j[ farm as much as possible of the ping> by putting store operated by Mrs. Em-
I noted that it the and the old
uses word "pre- lady kppt insisting week General Landis blood Mohuwhs .
f I'' by Attorney ( from nnuiivutlons I
houaewl, ,, things needed by members of the the water and then lift out Into ma Bunnlng Mrs Running did ,\ i "
ventnble, for syphilis can be cured that we ought to have another bused
one on the provisions of an act who literally
e corresp ;'|),, farm family and the furm live- another container of water spread- not have the powder in stock so relnnM
I In something like 85 per cent of on our side too. I was not great.Iy passed 1 by the 1037 Legislature.For trail of their forefathers ,
er buainAs 'I to m i' -
act a
stock Living at home and boardIng Ing fingers apart as she phoned an order to /a Wilmington
-
I the cases that are given medical disturbed about the outcome, many years the "big lake" has crete and steel for modem ',
strainer Two three u
at the IB or rinses Del.
a ted same phice" in: old i manufacturer/ and there-
I care. but she kept insisting so vigorously been rluSHcd as salt water and excluded -
orefjiltlon but apt way of stating It. Faimers should be sufficient. by hangs this story.
Syphilis the advertisement/ that finally I turned to her and from the cloned season on .
ag, throughout the state have proved I It Is important that strawberries \ The manufacturer TRAIN SCIIEDT 1.K:
said: "Mary what on earth do bass. Under the loaded the
points out numbers Its INNO- present ruling,
that It (IH Fchedule of trains
did aysrbusiness :, possible and profitable to be well drained after washing arrivim- --
I ', I CfNT: victims/ In the thousands."In I you want another lawyer for?' Dr. I. N. Kennedy, secretary of thegame small can of powder on an empty ,
I Icll. produce most of their own requirements them nnd a colander Is a handy dally. Subject to chansc'" v i1"
its j '\Vell" she said, and frt h freight car. The car was shunted
early stages, the tiitlcle 'you see on ':; water commission. notice.
wltt : -to grow gardens and! utensil for tbls'purpose.. If to be
,,1 fruit I says, "syphilis Is highly Infectious their side when wan IB lalkln' theother will be required to enforce the onto a barge and 1 towed across theDpla.wlre
Soulhl'ol1l1d-lJllo
and tha.Ing '
crops raise chickens and served raw, they should not haveto SturKiNo. -
.'" It may be contracted wan Is a-thlnkln', while on law In this section. River to Camden. Since
mor ,> eggs, keep cows to produce meat be picked out of a pool of pinkish unknowingly the law forbids storage of 1-Local-__--__ I 11 a', ,' rn
by a kiss or direct contact our side when lire talkin'there's --- explosives
by -
yez -- ---- --
of their1!*'i for the family Sufficient crops water. If for making Into preserves in a railroad yard overnight No. 107-- Through___ III) n-u '1))
resource j ( rown on the place will insure ade- the I was articles freshly no wan a-thlnking' YOUNG WOMAN: SLAIN; No.
excess water calls fora ed."' contaminat'l Kansas Star a special train--locomotive, 101-To Miami__ 10 :!i"!I i, "
mont an ':', ._ quate feed for farm animals. longer cook and approved meth- City BONIFAY. -- A shotgun 1,last
the freight car and l a caboosewas
itlon There lire 60,000 -- Into roadside dance hall nor.h, of XOI'lhboundfuetllrk:;; ,'
wit, :'. But, in addition to ods of preservation use the mini- babies u
..:, ,';been de*'' (j food and! feed requirements producing It Is mum of lime.Wihether I born with preventable syphilis 1>t: TOns1.1.. here killed 20-year-old! Delma Lewis made up and a special crew was No. 2--Local-__--__ 1ao i ',11
I j All that we call our own. whether put aboard There Is no direct line
each year! Many of them are born last night as she danced with No. 108
to -Through.ft :
u")
Theh necessary have
which '"
I something |II
canning or preserving from Camden to Mull lea. Hill a
It has
,. blind! From syphilis! insanity come to us by inheritance another girl identified Sheriff No. 192 ._
,preaentty will bring in cash needed for the strawberries It Is comes by Through __ 6:29: i 't,
necessary that has been distance of only 18 miles, so the
01' achieved
the
1 -often with the by Lon F. Brown
victim not as Gilmore, .Starke and
"t purchii of clothes Dorothy Wnnnee I5i"inch
woman household and
they be covered after
they cook sweat of train had to trudge down to W1I-!
,; farm knowing until too late that in his our brow makes us 10. The sheriff said the two girls No. 101 leaves
.
hg I thte},' equipment, gasoline and oth- and be allowed to stand until cold debtors lIamstown Junction, switch over Starke 7:00: i II,
\ er blood he is currying the hideous to all who are less for came from Geneva Ala. The No 102 arrives Starke
Ji
necessities. 1:50: ,
,) mationwh1ch I As the old story to "plump." The berries must of tunate. and tack back to Its destination : p III
'; p':' goes about the chigger bite "that'swhere course, be reheated before canning. germ that is to destroy his mind. slayer has not been apprehended, covering thirty-nine miles in the Seaboard Airline Rallwiv.

|being ofi,, i I the rub comes In." Heat gently to temperature Just And no one need be In doubtas Strength Is always In debt to Sheriff Brown said. The shotgun process. T. J. GRIFFIN, Agent

,,' been gl '\ But It is possible to do a number below to whether he or she Is infectedby weakness; the fortunate are always charge struck Miss Lewis In the
simmering. Pour In the hot, Mrs. Bunning was on hand in
': [Jdng..t.: !, of things about even this. Cot sterile the syphilis germ. With the aid debtors to the unfortunate; left shoulder. The other girl was
container seal
at once and Mullica Hill to receive the can of
jf! coneerv.I, '' ton growers can select their best process 8 minutes below boiling.Do of blood tests and microscopic those who live in freedom have Injured slightly. Miss Lewis died powder since the town has no 666: : COLDS

ttlon; an lands, plant! good! seeds, cultivate not try to put up too many at examinations/ the skilled physiciancan always: their responsibility to the soon after the shooting. Her body freight agent. Next day she mailed I .n.1
"
Lbecausetter and fertilize determine whether the disease men who live In prison. was sent' to Hartford, Ala.
;" well, and time
get but cook In
higher gne small 1 lots.T.TE'i4 I I I a check for $1.08 to "cover
t; I r yields trt>\*\ the acres they are permitted I 14 present. And the skilled physician The application of this principle -- -- -.-- ---- --- frplirhlrhurops.-- .-" !She:. AnM-- -TPnr-. 1.1,11I1.1.- '. 'l'kI.5ii'e_.._n._._._ FEVERHi

i LlmIt:1,::: : to grow. They can mar I I has the knowledge to treat of social sympathy to successive -! KEITHUCAN QUALIFIES! I ;merKirby 05 cents worth of the .
'
flly mak! I ket tax-free the entire: production! I $ LEAF GROWERS I the patient, and- In most cases- I departments of human life Is TALLAHASSEE-Allan E. Wal- I powder. He blasted the stump and :.None..llnh.Mr-Tli.iu"llr.iim: minuteTry .
bera ofthf GET 1I101IY.IC."LOTME T cure him. I the secret of all human progress. ker, of Winter Haven became Saturday estimated World'* II. HI
the wood from It
of their allotted I was lnlment
acrs. Higher, I
t rulJy .I,; more economical production is I THAN FIRST ANNOUNCED Warning In the advertisement Is Those who help humanity along the first Republican candi-I worth 40 cent. -- ----
iand mel the upward path, who live and date In Florida to seek statewide
given It I Railroad officials declined to
profitable with any against quacks. emphasizes I estimate
crop.
their for the office through the :May prlmarleM. HOW TO GO TO SLEEP
employ gifts greater "
Better care of the l.ind-growing GAINF.SVILLE.-Flol'ldll's flue- the fact that there is no quickor the actual cost of trans-
happiness of others, acknowledging He qualified with the secretary of toll. <-y'UH wlile, Slc
op.) 'uu.! "iiqnUllly
short-cut method of via train.
more grass and trees, protecting, cured tobacco farmers have been curing portation special t If "hll1
'lol'
state to run for United States Senator illu
the debt that -
conserving and Improving given a total allotment of 13,000 syphilis. The only way to kill all strength always Willie* ymi, up rio 3 .thliiR-' ,
crop Is owes to weakness! serve their Claude Pepper's seat Five BUS SCHEDULE 'hailer. IIX, ,',,". lihlni'j. ,u I landwill pay dividends, since the acres for 1033 rather than the germs through a systematic IV flllBll I out ,
generation no whit less than the are seeking the Democratic nomi- Southbound WIlMtO Thill I III l II'|'
land Is the farmer's bank from 0,300-9,600 acres first announcedby course of regular weekly treat- ll"vo tho Iriiiiitlon" thai ivilup
ments through months and patriot or hero who, In hours of nation. Walker's entry does not Mo. 205: -Due Starke 5:15: p.m laiiHex, Hiitnty. flow, ,i'i>" ,
which he draws the I
his many
Agricultural
,'.> money. Adjustment crisis. dies for the public good. mean there will be a statewide No. 207---Due Starke 11 ::45 il"Blro, l.urnlnHT. I or linoknch2l ,
: p.m
.
Sometimes it Is possible to obtain Administration it is announced by with a reliable practitioner in >L' ""llh lOt If!,>. II tulili. !Ih ,
cash from minor H G. Clayton, In charge of the charge of the treatment. Edlphone Voice-Writing. primary for the Republican party. No. 203Due Starke 12:15: p.mNo. Inn Imchii, leav,,". junlu i -
crops that Ju"t "" iliil ,
) ti
---.- The primary law provides for 201--Due Starke 10:20: a.m <" > tin kiiln' '
V are!! not always rated as cash producers AAA program In this state. Of And now that the hideous disease mint to any) diugglsl, iml u
"... A T.\XI'\"En'S LAMENTA : printing of ballots only in contested Northbound 1<0t II i Ilf hi B .41 nt-I,.. l.ncnlh I I
Garden products this 11,000 acres is for old is no to flourish
sweet and growers longer helped l'E=" 1'J'H'S Lrtuu
much harassed taxpayer recently races. In the general election No. 202 Due Starke 1:50 p.m STOHK
white potatoes, and 2,000 ucn.ii for new by false and -----
poultry and grow secrecy modesty. -
eggs, -
wrote the following letter j I i even un-opposed candidates names No. 204--Due Starke 4::15 p.mNo.
and minor fruits of ers, Mr. Clayton says. Ignorance, there Is a chance of Its
good(
quality
the ballots. 200-} RELIEVE
on -Due
to a creditor who was importuninghim go Starke 9:15: p.m MISERY OF
put up attractively will neatly The Increase of more than one- being eradicated through the coming No. 2CS Due
i II to pay a bill. It states the -- ---- ----- -- Starke 3:00: am

ways find a place on the 0.1-1 third in acreage allowance was obtained years. situation so well that we are gladto STATE: LEFT KKOKK No. 214-Due Starke 9:20:: a.m.

Many farm families already by Mr. Clayton when ho TALLAHASSEE StaiKo Bus
pass it on to our readers: -- ComptrollerJ. Agent: Beasley'
? considerably supplementing their pointed out that last year's acre- I"n" S 1)hIii Law "In reply to your recent request M. Lee paid $1,274,000 of past Service Station< \ opposite cou1't.1

cash Incomes from these sources age In Florida! as shown by reports ALBANY, N. Y..-Governor Leh- for a check I wish to inform you due slate bills and, at the same house. ,

Now Is u good time for us to doa lot growers, was considerably in man's signature enacted a measure that the present condition of my time announced little prospect of 12 TABLETS
little figuring on our farming excess of the characterized by the state healthdepartment --------
acreage previously further payments'until next
bank year.
account makes it almost Im
and see If we can't develop numerous estimated by the Department of as the "first law any- possible. My shattered financial "Unless' we receive large collections -lIT IS DANGEROUS S: 15 I

c small additional sources of In- Agriculture. Acreage allotmentshave where with the object of protect- condition Is due to Federal Laws from pending estate tax
come All added the unborn from I .It I* ilnncr-roiiM; i, nrll u tHl (Tl- 2 FULL
&il together, they I heen made to Individual ing congenital I Mother-In-laws, Brother-In-laws sources in the nature of windfalls I'l 'l'lh.r imil, Ju.t to make three orlrt 25c
.Can be of considerable help. [I i iarms fur this year and setting of syphilis." The new law first stepIn I Sister-in-laws and outlaws.AiuiMi&ii and for which I am pushing with I I fesr. .'rufl. nrI'. ('iu.utn.es'. are .-a.t.. DOZEN

; --- .- ----- New York's campaign to stamp I ........M_.._.. ....___ ,_._._ .. __ ___ all the vtffnr! uf mv. ,fnmmnml. T I 1 N* "NDe'IIfllUClI.("! I.. .* thrill II till. yOM I..M*I INSISTON
your Kltl IN worth threei
,
Lucae Iliwn A uiu iuut-
_ n. BOREEFUNERAL HOME out the disease, requires that all pelled to pay a business tax, an fear we will l-not be. .able to; pay further : .(TW.four tim... n* much ft* w SL'IIHI'1 J GENVIN( BAYER ASPIRIN
prospective mothers undergo blood
amusement tax, head tax. poll tax, general state bills until nextyem' _
1 ull I lint of ('asket I
& Undertaker* Supplied tests for syphilis and that the sub- "
he said In a statement I
prepared -
,\ isi LtNO feed tax, furniture-tax and excise
SERVICE sequent birth certificates show "What about salaries ... "
for
DAY ANO NIGHT; 1 tax. Even my brains are taxed ,- .
whether the tests were made. The :GIV.K'f'C' ; \
state employes? he asked l
53 PHONE 53 I am required to get a business was '
G. II. BENNETT, l\Ilfr. findings of the examination would license. car license truck license : "From present prospects." Lee re -

.. \ HO\II': -J.mB TITUTION" not be disclosed. Described by liquor license, not to mention a 'plied, "we may not be able to pay CLAOr: : E; rp: p:I : R' :

: -.r--'I. ,__ _.IT [ the department an potentially the marriage license and a dog license May 1 salaries. I hope we can." -- ,' .. c, .. .,c_ ,, _, .

savior annually of 13,000 Infants "I am also required to contribute -[ T ,:. .;, lfi'i\,-. .. T.r- _. ,<<'t"" In'Tk'), .' \"'_ ,_" ;'Uolte'd. 'St'af4ls." ,.:. (,Sen.'tli_ ,, :

to every society and organization OYSTER PROJECTTALLAHASSEE.Approval I : J.r,: l'U ;l '' "
lake (S' :f'J\l'ebrti": :
,, '
la :Mr. '
by
time out plants nearing completion which the genius of man Is
tI
1 Clayton says. capable of bringing to life, towomen's WPA officials in Washington of I .
(I'aIi roll".nl ."'h.I'II..nOI
: Under the marketing quota for relief, the employment the half-million dollar oyster rehabilitation -

4t to and flue-cured tobacco now In effect, relief the Gold Diggers relief Alsoto project sponsored by

pause refresh growers will be permitted to sell, every hospital and charitable Institution the State Conservation Depart. KEY-McCABE FUNERAL

: tax-free, this year the average pro- in the city, including the 1 meat, brings to a sucesaful conclusion HOME

duction of their allotted acreage. Red Cross the black cross, the a. campaign by R. L. Dow- I MUS. I* O I McCABK:, Lady Attendant

Overwhelming approval of marketing purple cross and the double cross. ling, supervisor of the Conservation ,JACKSONVIUJC, FLA.
., ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.
quotas for flue-cured to- "For my own safety, I am required -: Department to rebuild the 43 W. Church_Phone S-1538
30 _
St.:
George Phone :27
bacco and cotton was given by to carry life Insurance, once profitable oyster Industry of

growers of these crops voting In property insurance'liability Insurance the state on a greater basis thanit

the referenda of March 12. Flue- burglar Insurance, accident enjoyed In even its best days.A .

cured tobacco growers In Virginia, Insurance unemployment Insurance preliminary survey made by Supervisor UNITED LIFE INSURANCE

North Carolina South Carolina, business Insurance earthquake Bowling shortly after he CO. ,

and Insurance tornado Insurance was appointed by Governor Cone, IH C. McCABE '
A Georgia Florida where thla Prenldent, Jacksonville' FU.
type Is produced voted about 83 old age Insurance and fire convinced him that there was very

r4tLI percent In 'favor of control. Flor Insurance. little of the once great oyster Industry Industrial Life Insurance

ida's unofficial tabulation gives "My business is so governed thatIt left to conserve. He soon G. L. 8APP, RepresentativeBEASLEY'S
.
1,963 favoring and 1,311 opposingthe l la no easy matter for me to find started a few county oyster rehabilitation -

quota. Growers of twenty- who owns It. I am Inspected expected projects and ordered

two counties participated In the suspected, disrespected rejected his agents to make a complete survey '

defected, examined, re-ex- of the entire waters of the

vote.With cotton, the vote from 20 amined. Informed, required fined state to locate suitable growing r I SERVICE STATION

# counties unofficially reported summoned, commanded, and com bottoms where oysters could be

I stands at 0,913 for and 1,<133 pelled until I provide an exhaust- propagated and the Industry re THY OUR SERVICE ANI> BE CONVINCED

(' against the quota. For the nine- ible supply of money for every built. This survey disclosed that

teen tales producing cotton, more kind of need, desire, or hope of the the waters from Pensacola to Fort ATLAS

One great bargain every shopper knows..pure,whole than ninety-two percent of the human race."Simply Myers and from Fernandina to

,% some refreshment with a frosty bottle of Ice-coIJ voters favored acreage control the because I refuse to donate Fort Pierce contalaed bottom capable TIRES BATTERIES TUBES

_ .t1 I Coca-Cola.Only 5 cents..at the familar red cooler.STAUKE AAA reports. to something or other, I am of producing splendid oysters. Three

Since quotas for both cotton and boycotted talked about, lied about, Uneouilitlonnlly Guaranteed for 1 Year and 18 MoUthS,

flue-cured tobacco received con- held up and held, down and robbed until I am almost ruined. I can STANDARD OH PRODUCTS

siderably more than the necessary tell you honestly that except for a WASHING
-POLISHING
t b bz two-thirds majority when the votes from death or disease caused by miracle that happened I could not A.'U-oIO-GREASI-oIO

,,2 t $1 i COCA-COLA from all states were counted, these syphilis, the measure carried the enclose the eheck-The wolf that Call 60 For Road Service

quotas are In effect throughout endorsement of public and private comes to many doors now-a-duys

BOCTIJNG COMPANY: producing areas, even though Florida health and welfare agencies.. Sev- Just had pups In my kitchen. I Easy PaynifBt Plan OB Tire aid Batteries

iilBM tobacao growers did nut regls- eral of their repreaeutaMvM saw .sold them and here la the money." LACY CONWAY. FLORIDA MOTOR LINES ANT

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I stove electric Iron electric razor, GUM BRANCH 'p.il.llHlii.d., in Bradford, County, ""I.ernl'ly 01,m' toffutlur or HO I I

electric fan, spacious Ice box a Fli.i lilaWIT.vnsK. much thereof an IH neipHHary t > u r 'J

convenient for Annie !Ma Hurring1, ('or, my hand and official satisfy the said execution and, ,\
: BOB JONES ) compartment such ROUGftBRED3F ....lIt of HUM Court thin March bat costs and to be nnld durlna Lit.. f

trinkets as Scotch, soda Icmoni IMS. loKHl houi of mileIliln I

and rruck leiThe hullwuy betwein Mr. and Mrs. B M McRae and (mri'l'-IAl.. 8RAMA Jntl ilnj, <>r I"..hr.ry,, ri:!Ii. ,
Oillere J 'I'hi.max, A (I AIoDHI.r'I
Comments I the kitchen and the bath iliiltlicn of Pine Level were the "I'k i of i l in i ult Com't. !SIr"r I rr. Hiadfoifi, I ('ouni I )'. Flmldal I I :

I --- DONT city uosts of her bl'otber. J. A. Har- rtuuir.iid Countrim, t ,'Idni l I. Ntt I .i. SIP'lii nll'l'I III.I I t
tmllereafter he used for In ;{ .
II an dancing an i p. I' II:.\ \ ,k I I.\\; ; IIHt')1 tti'l-lo'y, fm, riulntlff f'' I
.
I emergency If a couple Uoe.sn t gel 1 HHtcv. Wednesday night. .MI""".\ r..i, iMiiintirrI 1:4.51,4.1.:

I' too energetic There Is a diDtedfor' The MeTft oOlDWXN MAVt. PCt1,4HALSEyRAINtS M,' and Mrs A. J. Williams, of :I\-4'1: II.U'I'II'I. .. -__ _______ _ I ,r I :
the truth, and Place'I' ---, -. --- -- ---- IN' limIt; N \\I..T".1: .1 I
the) way.
I ,"n for everything from dust I Jacksonville spent Sunday with \ : Ol' "'1'111"1'10'\' .
Mr\l'H OK | | .OHIIt
said that. That I Itd'm..f11 KOU 'rtin' ': ; : ; I
resua :i it
Mr. and J. S
her Mite '
parents It
ilt dictionary and the business of uiipeitilnK' t>\ affldHVlt' filed lit
try- ...
Vt is either true or It is I In.1 (ScaMs. HIM % till: ) that ci'italn,. i tuine' 'In Circuit Court, I
i. i Ing to keep everything in It's placeIs Sapp.H. VOTK-I( : 1 is III'HI: II4Y
i HUB Any person who makes the chief Indoor sport that trailer \% IIAT IIV HM'I'KNKO I Skit weren't you ?" shot back I N. Crawford, or Woodlawn, 'r..J, Aldtininn I holder. of lax. I'pr- entitled j1e'oc May, IMuln-I I I I :
tiruate I No dr lnKtied .
Is either a mad- 1 1. I the 61 h day : : :
"!?,?' statement tourists engage In. I SO FAR Mother Ralph. was the dinner guest of Mr. and of 81,pti-nibni, '. .\. i I.. 1DU: ban, fllmlHiimn tiff lellef VR Katie prayeil Miu.for Ic-feidttslt.beIng ihvorcs'that andthe -

'Jllin 01 he Is God Incarnate Think i I Coming to ,\nu'rlc"ltll his "Will you stop annoying me ?" Mrs W. R. Kersey, Saturday. In mv offli'" nnd lm. innd.. aI'- the: Defendant: In a resident at
IJ One minute the layout can be ns I plliHtlon for ala" ilecil to .be isell.t -
In our day standing I iF ; Mrs. Louise Denmark of Jack- a State or Country unknown to the
", ,, person Kruiiilfalher for a find try nt Donovan's face was taking ona I Ih..n. Huld irtlfUat I is cntbinioH -
and theatomeflt. neat and tidy as a pin and in no I'lalntiff' and that there IM no person
before the world making ; the International hor&e-racing! reddish tinge. But his Interlocutor sonville, spent part of last week the follouliiK I ilem i ll'fil. prop In the State. of 1o"'ld. service of
F "I am the way, the time at all and for no apparent with her Mr and Mrs. J. oily In the County of Hradfoid, purHonal proceH upon whom would I IPersonally
K ?', t I cup, joiiiig Roger CnUcrton walt by now getting rather parents, > messed
it .
It does not reason can get so up a bind the nab defendant:
A truth and the life. engage Tlmmlo Donovan as nettled, herself. S. Sapp South. Half of Southwest Quarter I
I I'r 1 H OItUI;llIoD thai the defendant
when Jesus says It. It I fellow finds it difficult to move. A. J. of Houthweitt Quarter In Hectlon Katie the of ,
shock you jockeylhon the time comes cried. "You Mr. and Mrs. Yarbough May appear to bill ;
I We started out from with "Annoying you! she Twenty-one Township 8evii I
Tampa lompliilut on the 4th day of April
\ seems to be the sort of thing we for the first trial rare, Tim- lying. thieving black-hearted e old and sons, Clyde and Aaron MissesVVInonu Mouth: Range Twenty-Two, isIs: othel'wine. a IIM'ri>e pro .onfeHHo I

cpcct Him to say. If that statement everything in ship shape, entertained mle's dissolute father, feigning add Reltha Bradley, and I UaHt, cnlll..lnln.1'w..nly, acres wilt. be enti'ifd aKnliiHt her for her
'
leThe ::
the a few editors and their goon more or fiillu-v HO to do, that I thin order bepiibliHtiiid I
then how can .
: Is true, serious illnesa, pleads with Misses Annie Mae and Leila Har- assessment of the mild. prop- ,
from lends as we made stops along "I'll have yon arrested If you "POt, )' undi-r tIps mild. certificate 1."e.t In- 01111' a Week for four t
world hope to turn away I his. turn to "throw" the race nage were visiting friends and relatives ,, ('oiiHetutlve' weekH In the' ItradfordCounty I
Christ and get out of tron- I II the route got in about four hours !"on't get along." muttered Donovan In Bontdrain section Sunday .wan In the name of J. A. Killobrew. : IVIeicraph' a newmutiirr of ,! !
: and thus let him make enouich
;' l,8iiB K"nerul (Initiation publlfhud In ,
r'eep and the next morning woke He looked around In apprehension nleHH Hald ri'ttiricnto nliall bei ,
i hi He Is the Way out of chaos. money to nave hU life As Sir aftel'noon. Uriiilfonl, (NuntI i "|i''iiIa, '
of i 'di-"''ns'I u<'ioiilhir I to law the : '
In what looked like the after- as he saw that a %
The up group \lrNiS: ; : my hand and official'
the .
i Is not wuy ------ -- ', .
("nKress Peter C'altcrton sees his favorite 'P'' 'ni Febiuary
1 Iii I
math of hurricane. onlookers standing still ,
were
a M 1 lo .the bidder
United States Is > highest at theitirt
IIM.I
the MISSION
;j .IIi'nt of mount lose, ho succumb 22nd: A H IIIIX':: ,
pr'- :
No king Is the way. The inside of the trailer Is hon- \atching the argument. A Memorial service for an attention lioiide dour on I hIt first Mon- (OFFI'IAL I SiA: ) .I I' :
: 11'' tin<' way. to u heart attack Tlnunle, bit iliv In the month .,ti.ril, 1J3S, A. J. IKIVIA9..
y II. is the Way. He Is the Way out eycombed with cubby holes draw- terly remorseful disappear, "You 11 have me arrested'!" retorted t on the weekly Bible stud- 5' hlch In HIP 4th "Y"f April; 1038. (li-ik of Chi.ult Court f

.,1'i ,our sin. He does not merely <.rs, closets and disappearing wall returning Just In time to give Mother Ralph. ies for a number of years was held I nil Haled' I his 2:1",1.: ilu>' of February rM Itriulfoid,.< LAMHtU.M. Countv. FloridaT I

Hhow us the way. He Is the Way. pockets, each Intended to serve Roger who i.. Insolvent, the Sizing up the situation, she observed -I Tuesday evening at the Mission \lOPFlCIAIj' .SI5AI.:! Attorney for riuiiittrr

Truth. "Ye shall know | some particular purpose and you that Donovan had gathered Mr. Benjamin Hocking passed 1 A J 'IIIOMAS.' ; 2-25-GI-J-25. I,
IH 'IB the entry fee for the America ('UI. ('leik of I In'ult Court of

thi truth and the truth shall make have a lot of fun in the morning But Tlmmlc'a' scheming father 'i crowd. She waited till he fried away at his home In Starke and Uindfoid" County, Flurldn, 1

.
-2iJ-6t.a-21i.
suii-ItIi"I"s: 'S \1.1'1
1 vou free. No man knows the trying to remember whether you get the track official. to disqualify to turn away, then with a sudden, was buried Sunday March 20 at Mnicij" '' is ii i..Iti:ny IIMV:: that .

who docs not know Jesus left your neck-tie under the sink the boy. In desperation deft movement slipped her small Plant City. '\OI'i'lE OK Kill-;Ci-T" MM.KN tindii. and b\ \titiie, ,of that certain
truth >'ncn is HBiiKiir mvuv:: that \vtlt of execution. Innui'd by olid tin.
Into his left coat pocket.
Christ as a personal avlor.. No or behind the ironing board. You Roger rides "The Pookah" purse The flowers for the service were under and by virtue of that rrrtulnx tier I the luind and offulnl I Heal I of A

can think accurately through I will probably find after a thirty hiniH4. Coming Into the homestretch That accomplished she began to beautiful roses, honeysuckle and ,' ciitlon iHmtliiff out of and under J. ThomaN an (lerk of Circuit Court
mm
j 'the seal I of the (Irciilt Court of the In' and for Hiudfoid. County Flnr
world problems who does not know I minute search that you dropped it tho two leading rider scream lilies and were furnished by friends third Judicial (Clrtult. of Florida. In Ida, on that teitaln I judirnient of rec
(
i Testis Christ. The humblest Christian i In the garbage compartment, on try to block him off, and the "Police! Hey police!" she calledat who wished in this way to express and for I.nfayett (ounty In a cause old In met''bite iviordH of said Ilrad.

better solution account of its look In like a respectable the of her their of e Mr. HockIng I therein pending wherein J. M. (tornto foul, County, Floild-i, wherein. tint-
lungs. appreciation
In the world has a -'I three horses crash.(1I.PTER top a. Hei elver nf the (ItlxenH Hun. fin A Johna won* plaintiff. and Mr*.

for world problems than the bureau drawer from the Donovan caught napping by this s Christian example and Influence "C Mayo wan plaintiff and T IIirandl Kllxuheth: : LUIBB was defendant and
I doreniluiit lIe Id dale the Dili nf No. I
outside. attendant I.>> nun and I on huuilnir day
greatest king, potentate or president TWELVE rune yelled in return but only A regular upon Illdjcment behifC 1t..loen",1| | ti I II I. T \emher. 11)21) I. A. O Andreu a.a.h"'lrt

or ruler who ever lived who I WhlTe trailer travel may be alright The full weight of Hop Skit fell I !served to provoke an angry murmur church services over town In theVat'iU I'titnal and Z I II p'ltnal, and. bolnic of Hiadfurd, 1''UlllY. Florida
letonU'd In the nffUe of the Clerk hate levied upon and will Hell to !
i H not a Christian. for an accomplished house- against Roger's left leg as the bo\, from the crowd. In a moment places of worship and n of I tin- ('II''nll I ('
Alexander, Caesar Napoleon' wife with a complex: for system winced silently In pain a policeman had darted kindly word for his fellow men his County t o'I"'ldll, I list' vu ice'I led uponnnd day the 4th. day of April, A. D.
I ulll I I i offer foi" nuli. and' Bell tn 111.4! IH. Ill front of the front South If
will be vacant unless
vn-re great geniuses.! They built I and tldyness the average male occupant It seemed certain that all three across the aisle. place some I Hit, guest i and hent I lildiler for cnRhtli dooi' of I the Couit I MOIIKB III, City of I

empires. These empires cumbled. finds himself at mote or mounts would go plunging to the what's this" he cried. one steps In to take up his testimony I <. filwiiig, demilbtd plopvlly, "'Iu'k,'. Itt'itl. f..i'il County, Florida I ,
I "Hey. Hale, thefolloulnir Ii
In that lu-w" : durliiK I I tin loKiil I hourH of I
The scenes of government have less of a disadvantage To get ground together But The Pookah, "What's the trouble" way. 1'he H..m h-w.1 Quuiter of the liutdM lying and being In

always been shifting The king- I anywhere, he's gotta be a combination holding' his balance as though he "This threatened me," de- Mr Hocking was fond of music N..rl h-%%.'st (Quiirti i. of Suction: I llnidfoid. l.'minly. lorldn.. or 80 II
man and the little in his home, 'I'Illl,'IV-IUO' I III, 'loWllHltlll' KIVIISiiutli 1 nun, p-ii I then of .HH I IH 'net oHtmry to cntiMf -
torn which Jesus Christ built is chamber-maid second cook realized the entire prestige of the dared Mother Ralph. "He tried organ ,m I I tang: Tu .. I yon e IJiiNtnlMo ,' said JuilKnient and <',).IH, to- .

Imperishable. lie had no army I waiter, certified accountant and Calverton family rested with steal pocketbook1"Donovan where he lived alone, aforded The Ctst h-half. of the wit I t I
0 by :aim much comfort. With subdued Mi,ulll I .'Inilf I of I Ilii.I !Nortll-euxt. MI'i' of M3'i of "'-Hi n 10V'14of '
and no navy He came riding Into engineer.Our him plunged staight ahead. was now pallid and ft\tilt,"t ti'r of I he Not, (ll-enMt Quilt'- X\Vl, nnd: SI'i: of ;.N'\VI andN ;

a cltv on an ass He was a Man of I first thrill was makin' the Dinlt Rend tried to hold Hop 'eti l by turns and sputtering like a lights and voices his favorite song Ist" ami, tin. Niiuih. .niHt. Quarterof t I':'! ..t ....w'''i of HIM,tlon IG, and
'Ihut Beautiful Stream" was sungas I tin* N'olth, eaet ( II""I"I'" OHHHfl Hij: ( of Nn't' of Htillon III, all ;
Sorrows and acquainted with grief. beds on the first night out. You Skit to the course but the force of broken nuto exhause \',. lil'l I ex In I he 5l'tlt, h-w..t i lit TowiiKhlp I I 7 "Houth I Kunna 23 '

(Ii' was despised and rejected of I' have to grab the davenport by the the sudden swerve and the crash "This Is an outrage! he gasped. a duet by two of the girls of the (..'s.'.lie'.) of $,'dl,," TIM'nt\-five. fa: lit. 'J I
mission, with the congregation T''\viiHlilp TIM Knutli. IlnnireT.tit A. II ANDItFl'. ,
men He was nailed to a cross nap of the neck and wrestle with had upset him. As Roger forcedhis "This woman Is trying to frame \\''nlii' TrfHt: II..' name to Slii-iirf nf Itrinlford

and died the most ignominiousdeath I. it until the blamed thing turns through on The Pookah officer." joining In the chorus, after which I h,' Hold. on I llli' till diof. AurllI f'nunly.o'lurida..
way .
me & 1 1C nl hi. 1'<111,1, It... Flu I
several words of appreciation and I 1'aM: nt' 'tin fi ill dniii of the Knight it I .
It was possible to die, yet into a four cushioned double bed. Hop Skit tripped and fell Dink "Yeah! shot back the policeman ,Coin" i III,.mo. In stm,'ki*. Flnr'la, Al toi'neys for l'li\hitltf 1

He Is the Truth. He Is Life We Then you paw under the window dove helplessly over his head: he comparing Mother Ralph's remembrance were spoken by Various and. tin. NHini" to lie mild. either 3-4-nt-4-l I !

deal of talk about the seat and unpack the linen and ones present. '
hear a great landed en outstretched hands nnd face with Don-
I respectable-looking 'I Ir
((
abundant life No man lives the I blankets. You lay 'em out on the rose scowling to one knee. ovan's patently nervous manner Another duet "Able to Save" and I _

abundant life who rejects Christ's I cushions and try to figure out and Reyond the Sunset" were rendered I

personality. Material things do I which end goes where and why. Boots McGuire on Ragaway, of- He reached In both pockets and these were followed by a S Protects food perfectly Needs no daily attention <
fered the sole remaining challenge fished out the purse. "Stealing '

not give life. Men may live In I' You continually encounter delightful Boots. survivor of more nurses from old women eh ? Well, short Bible with lesson the and"Where the meeting We'll I Freezes Ice c b s-desserts No water or electricity :'jjj i
closed
palaces and enjoy wealth and nev- little surprises. After song
I than one bruising collision, kept you can tell your story to' the Never Grow Old."' Saves work Has no machinery to wear ''IOWMTOM
steps amey
ei know the meaning of life. A you have located a charming placeto ...,
I himself
his horse and from tripping judge.
be and when he about 9 miles from town, Besides the regular attendents
yet park
man may poor and led
Neck and neck he paced He took him by the arm
,
Is conscious that Jean Christ Is i I get the potatoes nicely peeled and were other lends of the deceased
along with his British competitor him away I I L_. ,
ministers of the 1 I
amount including tour + ,.. <
Ills Savior he knows that have placed just the right
alii: and breathless -
But the Impact had thrown Rag- Grimy. sputtering
his The stars that of coffee In the : Gospel.
things are perculator you the distance -
I I away just a little off stride Perhaps Timmie had covered : -
shine like diamond in the find that forgot to I 'I..
points I suddenly you of _
point
It had shaken his own con- from his former .
above him to him of his fill tank You frantically IMPORTANT RI.'LINGTALLAHASSEE.
sky speak : the water --
to the
fidence In his equine ability vantage In the tree space III
wealth The gold In the sunset : unhitch the car and drive to where ad- u- Attorneyssaid
I or perhaps the Indomitable spiritof outside the paddock. an .
reminds him of hH home city the village only to find that all a Supreme Court decision Invalidating -
forcibly -
the other animal and his rider miring crowd was being I trucks
where the streets with the stores a Haines City on hi
closed so
: are paved are you stop I
were just too much. Down the kept away from Roger. \_
gold. The opening of the door of at the fillin' station and get two the British delivering bakery products there -
last grueling stretch came" The Rushing up to
I would affect licenses of virtually
the tells of salted and
morning on golden hinges bags peanuts a pack- )
Pookah gaining gaining voungstei he threw hlsal'ms about The court _
in Florida.
him of his coming King: the Son age of cheese! crackers and try to I every cjty I t
pulling ahead now a half- him pe.s- '
of Righteousness, who will arise kid yourself Into thinkin you'vebeen decided the Legislature by generallaw __
the race '
length In front "Nobody could 'a run of municipal _
with healing in His wings. It is to and reallywuen't I can repeal provisions
supper you "
I I The stands were In a terrific you 11,1 I today, kid, he cried. charters Haines City sought I
!strange that the statesmen of the hungry anyhow. "
tumult. Cricket and Mother Ralph "I gums It wasn't what I did through Its chatter to levy a $23:: j If, -
wot'id on great occasions do not It's alright for a few days but "It was The -1 4
with
hl'pltle themselves joy. Roger.
were icspcncled of the
trucks
rise up and tell men that the way I don t think I could take it as license each on I I _
When tl-e elder Donovan and his Pookah' M' '
out of all) of their difficulties Is a steady diet but in spite of the Tlmmie" American Bakeilcs Co., and Sey ti
cohorts saw that Roger was coming "H'l till you Mister
j-q
bold Co., delivering products -
Baking
I
,
nut the way of sclflHhne and handicaps and hardships every "H'I never
I thiough. despite the trap that ut in Wilkins happily Orlando and .
from plants at '
and It Is the trailer will that he "
pride prejudice. owner swear
had been hid for him they let out ; 'a>l no doubt 'how it would end. I, Haines The _
Lakeland to City. _
'li-sus. and loves the life and wouldn't 'AA
way Kings presidents, : just In return, '
I a stream\ of futile Invective, and Tlmmle beaming In five to one decision. \ 1il
politicians and statesmen, unless think of livin' In a regular house, him I court a
I tlthumpt'd _
tore up their programs! I reached around an held section of the 1037 general
they acknowledge Jesus Christ as but you ought to hear 'em mumbleto a
When The Pookah flashed over on the back I ,ccupalional license law repealedthe
Lord, will\ end In failuie themselves when they leave the I morning,
the taped finish line In conclusive It was a bright balmy chatter provision for such
I ,
lights on too long and run the but A flood of sun-
later
fortnight
'
triumph a tremendous cheer rose i taxes
down or the kerosene can gets
tery along
the roadway
suffused
from the crowd. Even the supporters shine .
-- ---- --
empty with the supper half cooked. cavalcade was
TOO LATE which a little trailer 1s
I'm havin a whale of a lot of of losing horses--or most of The sombrero gets Its name

I them had to applaud a magnifi- passing tiom: the Spanish word "sombre,"
fun and I don't blame Red _

TO CLASSIFY for beln' proud really of his Pullman I cent exhibition like this I yore Up a In trio front bubbling In the over pivot with car meaning "shade. EASYPC/X&MSZFUW W l

: Cur but I prefer my playhouse on Tlmmle leaning wild-eyed so good cheer Timmie, wearing a

n T nV''IF:'.'. KYrrrrturr : permanent solid foundation! far from his tree that he finally at Plmlico'( d
a I I new khaki outfit, was driving wo stay

Florida Pr.*... .*..... ---- -.-- lost his balance, dropped to the shiny. and Cricket were "Long enough to win the race,' _
Roger
,: BOOTS E Y'S I1f,' CIt ground He picked himself up on I perched at his right. mid Roger. "und to buy tickets for J'' jJ

I've been dod ln' trailers and one ankle made sure that nothingwas I brief rest, to recover London. You're all coming over :{
Miss| r.rtie friuford.: Cor. I After a I
house cars on Florida highwaysfor I broken, and darted off like a from the stress and strain of the there as guests of The Pookah. MIKE ,

yenrs but lost week I experienced I Mr. and Mrs. R,' N. Crawford rabbit down the track The only I'I'I :I Amerlrnn Cup joust, Roger and The Porkah must muve heard i EVERY

first in one of the damage he might have suffered for prodigious! _
mv trip and son, Cecil, attended church at Wilkins had hatched up a plan that comment a :
I
cockeyed things! My friend Red Union, Sunday. I was to his vocal chords, hoarse which spelled a delightful way of whlnn>'. long and reverberating ''P

ndsrerton of the Western Newspaper :Many from this section attend i from screaming. I II I combining business with pleasure. I smote the air sending a flock of "i' _

Union who Is a homeless waif ed the pound party Saturday night I Rushlnp forward to greet Ro. ?er The Ponknh through his master. I Pennsylvania ducks In a mad I

traveling five southern states and at the home of Mr. and :Mrs Luther I when he galloped over the finish' had been Invited to participate In \ scurry for shelter. DAY HAPPIER

a lot of other territory got bit by Hilliard\ All reported< a nice line Wilkins looked like someone I, the rig rice of the year at Mary- TUB END.

the trailer' bug awhile back and I who had been rescued from a train Hm<'s famous Pimlico track Rog- 1 ,
timeMrs 11\ '1.111.'U: : nv tint:
bought himself a deluxe outfit. I Bartley Johns of this section wreck. The trainer's clothes were e.'. at first, was half Incllm not I Mr\i'i': or I" I.oiuimII I _ _

The thing looks like a cross between returned to her home here : torn open in several places his collar I, to go: then a brilliant UHa struck I that appeal" ,'.Ialn-IIIK,'uu.e l Iy ufflilm In ,'I."lIlt, filed
a box-car and a circus ticket after spending several weeks with wrapped about his ear his sus- I 1 Ilradford Cuiiniy, "Florida i In Chanoerv -

wagon, with one wheel fore and relatives and friends In Plant CityDOUBLE pendeis trolling behind him He him.Why not huv a second-hand entitled Floyd. HewlMtor Defendanti plaintiff -. I beyond the gas mains and power lineal n .

two aft, but when It's hitched to .-- had used. up as much energy In trailer and make a real family vacation VM the Allot roll"f rtvKliter praveil for lielnw

Red's car It gets around and although RUN I winning the race as either .The party out of It? Mother divorce: that: the defendant In areHldenl -
monthsIt i of a State or Country, tin SERVEL ELECTROLUX RUNS ON
he had it six
s only Pookah or Roger. Ralph loved auto traveling slit- I I known to the plaintiff and that
has already traveled over 38.000 Mr. U. A. Tjlor, Cor. could In the Hint ..t
she U
; Wilkins reached the victorious had often said so-and there no parson ,, I
mlle I I Florldi xervli'. of periioiial pruc'" I
I horse and rider just as a smartly ring along Cricket whom would peraonallv hind '
I never really believed that a l\'IPtI.' Juanlta! WIlliams. of Ft. uijon defendant. 11' IS OIUHil- ICSLt meal* aaaurea a plentiful supply
this cheery morn- the mild
giant So crisp
gowned woman was placing/ on I
I Meade, Is spending a while with the defendant Alliw lt.g- KEROSENE .. i lea eubn all
guy could be comfortable livin' in Pookah's who have lookil KP, that at times. Beat of all. it
fiord l wreath around The log, anyone might bill of eomplilnt -
'I ti the
l listpr. app"sr, i
Mr. and Mrs
one of the things but I'm tellin'you I I her aunt and uncle, neck while the crowd continued through the windows of the on the 4th day of April. 193*. I coetasmszingylittletoopersteecNo _
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this Palace Coach of Red'shas L. U. Morgan hereMr and to boom clap and cheer Its approval trailer llvingroom would have othrwlM lie vntervd a aKalnxt deere pro her ronfsuNu f"r her fall-will II I matter where you live, you can tually saves enough to I I
W. R. Conner I
and Mrs.
everything the well equipped I seen Mother Ralph working away I,! ore tn appear: that thin order nopulillHhrd now enjoy the same convenience pay for ituclf. Clip eou-//

home has offer Includln' tax : family attended church at Pine onre a week for four eon.I for .. literature. .
to I /
Level Sunday. "Hi' never 'ad the slightest 'ousily on some knitting and at the I .,,,'ut ive wnekii In the Biii'lfonl" I and savings of modern refrigeration pen

exemption doubt of the outcome" Wilkins same time keeping up a brisk flo.v I ''ounty Tplnrrnph a newspaper of that city homes have Servel Eloe-. _ _ _
The ofa I LloydVoods, of Penny Farms! olrriilB, tlon i.i H..n1' In I
front section Is composed Wilkins.' 'iffinitl I pu
111 of conversation with ti-olux Is Identical in all
stuttered. "Come lad give you
important
Florida !
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Mr. nl
I I Is visiting his aunt and uncle llr lf > County RCAD WHAT THIS
combination living room, (sun I a lift down. The trainer was satisfied to takeIt VVITMISH my hand it ml, official ways with the famous Gas Refrigerator -

parlor, library, music room, kltch- and Mrs. J. L. Bowers of He did not realize, until he had easy. Let the three youngstersdo I HI.nl,' of said'. Court this Febi'uury21i I that ban been the choice for HAPPY OWNER WHITCSl _ _
ton, bed.l There's Mr and Mrs. Lester Halle il Itb3.I "I Ilk. Ser .l Electrolui.It : .
room and bar. a with Mrs. put a hand l cm Roger's leg to assist the driving. His sole responsl-! (I It.\. HHM: .) J hundreds of thousands of city I homes km lure. my ..
I >vftrythlng onlil ani fmih.
Ocala, spent Sunday p 00
large airy closet amidships, equipped thit the boy wa i drawn with illlty was to look out for the sub- I A .1 I 1'110.\1.\14.) the ten It miikM moat
during past preparation ploa-
Halle Mr. and Mrs L <.I..k| of I Mi < nlt,I Court years. 8 _ _
with a full sized mirror, with I s parents i pain. The leg had been severely trailer attached behind- -a sort of I rtiliilfnrrl County. Florida. This ideal kerowne refrigerator uru hr.-: aUip Iwcauiw one
a toIlet' i, U. Morgin Karri; U to the baumeci
acn-ss the hall The rear The Pookah 'r ..II.\NK iaNI'iiI'M go
stable. Here
and earnest Silcox, of Starke. was bru'sed' In the crash. I .oving .MN.llti V for I'Ullltlff. I I I keeps" food fresh for days-makeshousework .ft.r thins And lt'. diindy for cold
section which can be cut off Thorn- "Jim let ire sit down a minute." s contentedly neighing as vlmus I i.2'itiasi camer-enables to drlnka sal Ira ,'.,am." ./... J, K.
Mrs. D. you
made a private apartment serves' vis.ting: his mother l.v /.tfiiAuit, AaiMwAa.: In..,.
verdant "
Roarer whisperedWliklns f A me. I 'an countryside i ; ,I
: lIi'I'I
"j., : i duhus and varied
bed Saturday.Mr '\ i ill-! \ \ itr T nerve new more
as aa.
dining room, card room,
lifted him without effort l lashed toy.> I IP vt.nnif ti

)'0..m, ken: breakfast nook and and Mrs. Freeman Hodge and carried him to a bench. I; "Gee. I never dronmed I'd be It apixiirlngr. l>y ufflilnvlt I flli.d I Intllttt
bath I IrVur are announcing the birth of a son Hltlllll, ""...* III I'lMII"* .C,1II I P.
Forcing her way through the I ;clg an-thing: like this. muwedTlmmli : I ftiailfon I Ci,iintv, FlorMa I In rhnn- I

people and the family cat born March 15. Mother Ralrh caught sight !, us the car aped along i'''iv, entltl ,I. lioiolhv Tmy Plnln
Alias Ees-le Tyler pnd Miss Em- crowd t fff .1 .1 I Ti-irv, I H fendiinl, unillhi ,,,I Ii I _ _
can \Lve
and travel In solid comfort of Donovan. He looked like this "?'To'>, especially when you triedto .. .. 'IMVI.MIiluit .
i > r ll. f p""Y",1 l for | .lhK|| STOKE
with light heat running hot ma Lynn Morgan. were visiting time he might be renlly sl"k. Mother give Roger a black eye the first I tho d-fenilitnl l I. n rcdldi-nt "tit 4i'Ii&LNi'S! rrK: ) & SEED a I ____
and coIl water ral electric \.:'B. Lois Moore Sunday. Hiiiti or (',,$"n'vI"k.' ,, ...."'" ,to tin- <'rtq4E! KU\. r I II
o. n pulling Cricket! after her night yo'i met him Interposed there. g
tlph 1 plaintiff, anil that l I. no ,perm, .. >nIn (,entl.rnen, l1ape,e.s'-i me, .tthoItI',1I5c-, I'I '
fora Cricket. $ of. FlnKtii 1 HHH" i of
rvtl''n't reolst the temptation the 'at" tion, complete Inf rmati n s HII.t tfirvilElvetrolux
"That the best thing that ,p" '."nnl I isre". ..W upon w liomoiilu, I th. KroBvu Uufrluvratur, _
was .
DIRECTOR parting dig ,,-. -..n..llv I hind sit hi ilefpitilutitor.i ,, I
r FUNERAL ";.lello Mr Donovan" she cill: vrr happened to me." smiled Rmr !{- i-T: 1'P 'ritFr: [> thuS tin- l' "lbi! for :Mf to Kinder "II',, .J .1 1'.-r5-V., ..I'.'.... I I ,, (ii.- 10111 I H... r: i iI
Mnkv! It oH hadn might
My :Many lenr Experlenw --j. ditching up to him "How do "rr.v e fought we r '. ",Lolli' ..o 'h IIh dn- "r1"

EFI.'IflKNT: I'KOV.IT: nii-l <'ILitTEOlSE1tVIC1; be such g'iod' .. ,. .. .. 1. 0 ..
I 'ou Ilk ti''Suppoe never: have: got to \ I I 1 "
} Bti's.IorR.P.O. ____
:M02IEIl\rE I'KICES "I, II( I. II' r1 ... ." .1III' :
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I you look after youi 1 sen ,s i terwards''Say : Th..lh
r"" P I" fPs "" PP. I&I'I''C'
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I DeWITT C. JONES o' ra bti*:nes! ?I," (returned Donovan I guess that's right admitted o ,I. .11.1, 'h II .1 Ic Tow's __ 'S at.. __ _ __________
Florida rm fouL P J! "P w.'i'k'Jr.. the
Murk f Icket A sudden thought
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,\I.h. .Io. I\J: coldly Bounty Trlrvraph a .. _ _ WMi .WRAIWORD "IK .--' r
Ia, ph. I "You were pretty sure of Hop :roased' her mind. "How long do n ,s'I' 'ip 't I Jf ..,.n..o'' ''Ir :ulutton
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ii HRAflPETh.h) COUNTY T.ELEGRAPD. STARKE. FLORIDA 1\1.\lCt'Ir :2! ,
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llradford Hutu <>.r Plm..Ida. fowl ,)'. R by T. 3. Alderman &W niMluent or Ievlvd lux, -
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PAGE Si ; ; COUNTY CANDIDATES Dr. B. E. Kane Speaks II. Land of r... Tnruvlla In (. 3 the hlffheHt i ', ,:'' I
n :
-:'/, Sec, 29 Tp, 6 S. U IIIIUHB Do.ir hh11' ,.
Bradford In
Telegraph 81Q Cor of SEVinf \ .r ,
County Continued From Page One) Dr. B. E. Kane became associated Arri-x Com at containing 11"'k. I,.
Acrea/ ,
.2 moreor dm of A
V H A.
2 ( > 10.
SWV, & Unn' N j Chin. 1..1 i j.i ,
must file oath and filing fee with this week with Dr. W. E. Mld- :ChuM. H _>>, Chili., ; 8 Clinu .I to IVHH.Th o'clock A. l. I"il:, I

Established' 1877gjfo the Clerk of the Circuit Court not dleton In the practice of medicine 11.**. Hoc !I3 Tt.) 6 8. It. 22 E., ) .|IIXI.H ti> he m M arc pvldii"edliv nnteil th.. ilti, ,| .
I lerilflcate 1.73 of 1933 rpipci'llvely A. l>. 1938.) \1
containing 2/ Acre, more or N. ''<''b)
later thun April 7. Before filing here. Dr. Kane has practiced 10H.. and represent| I Dm unlinlil ((OI'TICIAL( KIOAI.)

the oath .and paying filing fee, medicine for over six years In New Thi- "''Y.'.. ti.> |I..> Hol..1.1 SO'.. i.vlii...n.'i.rt laxi-H for the yearn 1932 to A. J.Clerk. THOMAS
ME'vDERS = r however candidates must pay party by certificate. No. 486 and 1.85 of I t'fiH 1 luith lucliiHlve, AntUnthHI to' or"h"'I i ,,;'t ,
York City and Amory. Mississippi I'.n it i'i.ii; ii- ..(>ftlv I .'lv, ninl rep- slit H4Siild. I Hrndfnrd County, I.'J", r
f FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCL\TION\ assessment to the Treasurer of ... tax cei'tlflcuU-H with all nub- a-U-3t-4-8. 1'i"
\ and Is u graduate of the University ',,ut' tuxew, for th. year. 1831 to
the County Kxecutlve Committee 1939 both Inclusive' nmoiinilnHT InJll "

twa4 2i- t \;) and file receipt thereof with the of- .Chicago-- -... --- --- -- o.Nalcl.-.. tnx i.,.rlltl..III.I I. .H ti OtfOt tlipr wllh POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT -I ITO
Clerk of the Circuit Court. I Mil Hlll h..."",,> taxes will be solO to the MfthextMddor -
I em : -' First Itemized expense state- I Cafe Robbed at the Courthouse dor In .
: ments of candidates have to be worth of Kturlte! on the 8th day of April Tlf nRMOCIlATIO' VOTKnS ron ('Ut' 'I'" ( OM'I II ,
Between and $12 .. IX.
$10
: and Entered Second Class THR 1 I JUDICIAL.CIRCflT .
Published Weekly on Fridays as 11138.. lit 11.011: oi-lni-k. A. :II. lllTI I .r..h)' .announce ,It",, R
I ByHOME ; Florida filed with the Clerk of the Court cigarettes and cigars were stolen PIlI..d< thin the 1'nli day of March, l : dldats foi, cniintv. ,,, ,"1, ,.' al.
Matter at the Post Office at Starke. between April 3 and 7 while the Tuesday night by unknown par- imiOKPIOJAT.: I hereby ar.noum m)' candidacy from, niNtrlfi KI\',. km,,i,,, ,
: ( Sit: AT.) for ,nomination an State Attorney to' will of the votorH In i ),?. i i .. *
' : _t .. second Itemized expense statement tics from theV E. Bryant Cafe A. .1. THOMAS. Hlic-cped, nuyst'I t. nnd l plomlHH ,'On- Primary., May 3. I him. > J1>
must be filed with the Clerk between Call Street Walnut. The rivrk of circuit Onnrt of Mimed, enrnent., enoiR-etlc" and faithful Nerved nix years I In,, t tin, I'''' ,""l>
NTCEDiFOR on near I
: E. L. t\latthew8 .__ ._ __ __._____ Editor and Owner IlraiKord, County, Floilcla.OMCM ""rr"IAn'e.r the dutleo of thin.. and feel that I am ',''''',,1>
t ,,3Agreei April 21 and 24. thief or thieves broke the lock on I -'! -lI-: -8. "ff lie. to know (he need of \11 I 11)". ?""'"""I'I.'

, Third expense) statements must tho rear entrance< to gain access The continued support of the my' dlxlrlct and of Hi,' ,, ,," 1
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,X I SUBSCRIPTION rCtTEYearly to the \ nv ,..<, n..' i'tX nincrnti" of thin Circuit will be ty I will I dlncerelv nun I ,,,.'"'"
filed between 25 and June building.: \ ,
: me May I 4'Ilt""I1'1" "deeply" ."pl..lol.'I. vote and active nupuoii' ,,, :I ''u

the hoit.lasting 3, and the statement showing _u_ __ :N'O"fCK: IS HKIIKHY t fit VEX: that APKINSrialneavllla I H (": u \1\, \
$1.50; Six :Months 7:>Payable in Advance names of workers must hIre I.. It Knli'h ha*. riledvlth niurlttnn Florida.
political .
...
; fiddle1o,1maounces len'H-Hl. Unit the tux r if-
fttose wP.:! Advertising/ Hates on Application be filed with the Clerk not earlier I lent,,,, I toiretlinr with nil fuhNequttntomltfil FOR HTITIVH *TTOHMVSulijcpt 1"41' ('O'V (.0"1..8

>lybomecbayact' 'Hum May 25 nor later than June 3.LOCAL Dr. W. E. Middleton announced or levied IHT.'.. held by I lh". to th- lietniicrutic PrImal I hereby Hnninin, ,.,, I '
': nrlvfirtlppd. anil Hold to I h.highost candldiite for foiiun u, ', Mer
Hriitc' be )' ICIectlon 1 hereby announce 1 i "
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board ,
--- ------ Ms candidacy for school ni'ovldert, from rilKtrlct .,. _
hlililer for 'o..h n" 'niv. cHiulldncy' for ) Tin.i ;
[far too f',' TilE HLAMK FOU THE NEXT WORLD WAR member from district 2, composed I >:\. Clmptvr 18.98 of the 1D3T nets. of Rlffhth: Judicial ( RIR., .Atorn.y. Hit Will Of the Mil,,., ",' ,' ;
: .II..c ,
PEOPLE i and Mix tog iaiature, n lion tht> followliiKdiHrrll nf \ Ha 1 it.- html(.. on-Btlr IMImary, M''I' 1 .
Idered i T.f South Starkr. Theressa 01.oh..I.
considered I Iit In the I County"t f.rhul. ha\e been, I.. ''I
Writers whose opinions: are generally weighty ><>d real estate! : nod Union Countlea.V ur".d i II" i
I (of Impor :,, BUYING BONDSI Sampson. Tuesday. Dr. Middle- lira,I ford. State of Florida to- ",ur v.'i"tp nnd "Ul'p.H.t sill be flee. l>y ... I vi,,I.., ,., ,,'I.' f

f j.cy to put : are all agreed that we -are in for another wara war in our I ton has several times been) mayorof wItsV'i: 11'1J'Dlul,0. trle.. If It In the) "I-h., ,",
I of NK", nxcent 4 Acre.on T. R DPXCANOnlneallle at thin ti,4,uuno. ,, i ,
eratonaaong : I the POSTOFFICE REPORTS Starke. I tl .Slrto. HI',:' "f NNV'i' SriIt ,-. Florida. with" I the ofne, I in' ",.,?". 1" 'l.
had United
( ) In, i opinion. that might have been prevented) LARGE: SALES IN I -_.._'_,,>,.,.--- -- ::3 Tn T H R. 22 R: <."tlllllll'(1' rent of the lieKt n 'lm ,, .:: ,"Im r;,.
give 3 them ,
77 Acre more or. lese.Th. a cleat /
? I
ed maneS ;,' States not obstinately turned her back on the League of Nat PAST YEAR .. _. o-i.: / .. .f _..._.,.._._._.? t I .. .(tu'h... qott. .!HIP. _..\.iflontpdiiv :: T I h"'Ol.I""r.\'r.:'* .T''o"'I.a':. en ndldate ._in.In, trul._. L.Ion. nnd, t h>. Itll il\.,. ",i h. I ".'.I
Home' ,;:}(UUY."UIUU.r. :: | i-i' tiru-aiH, 1' acac or iu.ni ." .nnOl.r9' 'of At- in mr-ir oeiinir. H> $"I'.II.' r f I
for
,I' ________ t; tions: in those: crucial clays following the last great conflict.MernUership I During the past several monthsthe I Elbert 'Sibley, of Theressa an- xlipctlvi-ly. and, rvprcnnnt taxeS for tonuey In o'fr. Rlal1 C'lrfiilt da rated 40 yearn: taxpay, .r i :t 17 ,", "u,'Iu rt,[|
Florida (
; ( the yrnrx' 1921. to l l4Tt: hnth Incluu. common HI.h ,l ,"f l.g; ,
severalJ{ in the League was rejected on the grounds local potitoffice has sold( a / nounced Monday that he will be a oe"" .. nmoniltlnir to $105.56.SaIl Huhjpct I In, the to Democratic approval. Primary nf thevotem Florida Plant PIM" I Illh.I ,"inl,i..
rial
methods number of thousands of dollars candidate for nomination in the .I tax., certlflrateM nmltted toirether I Levied with May 3. It may ha Impomilble, durlag course 'In Tampa I', ,IM,,. i I.

that this country should mind her own business, take no worth of United States Saving;! all ..lIh.'Iu..nt... ... or the campaign for me to meetpemonally leffe.
, of the : I May 3 primary to the office of tnv. will' t .hI| In the hlirheKthlrider but I 3. II (Jack ) :
voter an- 1":1,
! i egtabllHt'' ._ active interest in the affairs of other nations and live happily Bonds to the people of Starke and County Commissioner for District ,' 1irln on at.1!the" Bill Coiirthoime lnv or April.door 153 In$. I .cure you. thit..every I wi appreciate the .

f in the I W I. Bradford County according to a 4. comprised of Theressa Hampton -1" at I 11 I :00 o'i loi-k A M. I vote and friend" my Bradford FOR 4'Ot''FY ('0" ",

i recipes I and prosperously ever afterward no matter how much statement by Postmaster Fred F. and Graham. H. V. Saxon Is Diitrd" thin the 10th day of March County ir. I1OCOLAS. To t he I>.emocrat|c vu 1.."...Io"n- ,.i i :
1038. :.Cl Itroolter and New Hlv*,
it f convenUhousewl' Stump this week. The local post- the present commissioner from OFFICIAl. Mm,,,.) I t hereby
scrapping was done abroad. The folly of this attitude is ( Foil ltetpHsltv'rATIVEI announce' 'm y. 'indKian I'. ,
''J office which i is at present third District 4. .\. .1. THOMAS.' I hereby announce my candidacy for r..I..ton for, ....'liii" \ ,

correspcer ;,1 ,:; now becoming sickeningly apparent. As Dorothy Thompson class but will become a second I Ii .__ I Ill Clerk Tlrndford of Circuit County Court Florida.Irlit of. I I for ..1..I.n, an State' n."r..ntatv.. do" everything. r"-.I""I..r.' I i IM i I ..'to

i' since the invasion of Aus- i class office July 1, has nearly tripled I -.S-.1-4-8.. from ( interest I 11\*" I"i ih
bualnAs said in a recent column : "Ever the Democratic Primary Hlectlnn to beet for the u.mini,,,,l \ kid 1
its sales of these bonds in blllJ8 Restaurant I pHoplc.' I havevoiked ftn .
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'IP tield on Mnv 3rd If I am electedto I th I '
all countries the world has \ a)!' .\ PIM(' tTION FOR f and .Un.
from ty
a i j tria panic-stricken capital thin. Important nflce I will' do all peoplInterent i In,, UK,,
l the pa-!(
two Other Interesting .
past years. 'r 'x I>KKIennte '
i announced this week and
Joe Noegel coot mu. to ...
ed ont' r; been flowing into New York. Share and commodity markets j I facts about U. S. Savings C.. HIM \n.. Hint: in my power. to represent fairly all wi your nupportn do > I 1',1, I
tlon that he Is again proprietor of the I VriTtrt114 1If h <''tIlty' 'HVKV.) : ThatOurHon nf ""l .01.1. at all tlmeH. I am IPlr'lal. .
agtijdid TRUMA
r' are fluctuating in the wildest manner. The normal course j Bonds were given by Postmaster Courthouse Lunch-room and Res Hf nrlfflc. holder, ,.r' Tnx. for, more Ad"'IU"I. penHlona. for ther : f \tt.
.yslj I Irtav < 'rl iii-d" the blind; for a free ranire; -- -- -
17" 1 Ix.tied the ,1th --
t' ( "llflrn'" :N
business | .I't of business is choked and obstructed. One day a country)ir : Stump including the fact thut the taurant. The transaction was completed of Hentemlier. A. 1) 1112 hRN'I' for bptter "hnol.: fUr the. ".',.,.:tt ,i.
tin of Hoad 13 whIch IM
total maturity value of United when Noegel le- filed name ,in my ot.'lce un'l l hii. niftdenpnllcHtlon .oml"// faUF"\
Clll witt _ exists and the next day it disappears. Contracts have been Saturday for. t MX, d....rt ,.. lieInHiiefl I".. for 1".lnl ,ftdpiiunle' A 'or\ :,
j : States Savings Bonds sold throughthe n I I For, cnitntv .
from V. H Noe- '.
and tha> ] bought the firm Said certificatermt Inn i to piotect our people I from r"l.nIN" 11 !I'
log mor J'|: ____ r made in its currency and that currency suddenly no longer I close of business March 7. 1938 eel to whom, the former sold the >rnf-efi thereon the followlnir i d"Trlhdproperty ; fuitidnlpnt' Innurant-e to RI..n'..:. for an 'tII"II..n.""'1'11, Four attn ...''nl..I..I','"Im' ., t ..I.
amounted i In the (',,"nl1' "f I llrndforil.. I iiviroprlatlon flrnl..h rr. InnectpolMon Ir
to \ .
$1,584,462.875. This
of their exists. Nowhere on earth can men make contracts involving I business two months ago. Joe to onr farmer: and for anv"her \1" 1..n a. r..lr..n' and 1 i .\r I
I
_ t. of viorldn. to-wlt
resource''' r ... I total was mirchased DV more than I .ulll a r"a t"a. .nn.,. hlrh nflitu ..:.:: : --!.... .-a.. ..... ... : .. .fl..a..... -_ | leulxlatlon that will he favor. of. I.Hampton t!. .a.n" "nd"I'" i : IT I
n"' ,, .
rn. ine "nl ,
international trade with the that will be | tide to llrndford County and the .. p n'"I'-' i f 'I|
: certainty they carried '
;L the ; ; ; SecMnn .
|meat! ani!" 1,260,000 Investors and representsnn I food : same moderate"pj'fOI tr nf Vorthwent Quarter I I st ',il.I of Florid, that I am rpinllfled < t Ih. .- ', ".,
..
) _ out." How then can the United States continue bliss average sale for each business ill i mer patrons are familiar *Kant 2 Town containing hln' R 1 South 20, flaniceS3 Acre*. I h.lleve In flradford Coitnlv anil and to ner\e the people t,,i 'ih. \\HJ
'Uon wtttk thc\ .
are deservIng' .
\ ,;been; delThe :| fully along a path of peace and contentment with the greed of day since March 1., 1935. when I with. The,more ameHHment or. I....... of the pnld nrnn- I, I.nl".I..v.. for that onr I n can.t,|.1"| "In..c'Jnpl..h. ,, will u' r'I"nd.endeavor, and .""pol'Mvi t >- _, I n to '
these bonds were first sold of $1- leirlvlntnre. I Htand t recI give them ih 'jm' .
,,,101: h \ dictators disrupting the nations with which our destinies are 720375., I +-- cited>-rtr. under waif. In the the pnld name certificate of Mrs 1 I-N' I I I ord In "hl spry),.;nl.rh":"fonn-- II I I that t hint they nnd ('nn..I..nllol., ., *, ,i\n

I t I tv. hR" Ih. ,,' abllltv al'ay. kin" ii mi
C presentIWOmftfl j T Rltch1'nleHX ..
80 closely interlocked ? Landrum Announces to tin thin for ,. .. do It. Il.
Among the features of the bonds said certificate. shall be Jloh v." tn. 1 1'0 I .
I to thank .
: ; 'lnglntef -I| "The question is no longer whether there will be war. most frequently Influencing their ,I T Frank Landrum well-known redeemed,, ncordlnir to law 'h" "...."-I I T FRANK LANDIU'M. .*..r wish 4 In R"van. .tn..each.. .V._".itul.>' -up-i. ..\.rl_ >_ni
| tv nTlhed therein will be sold
malion 1 There IS war," Miss Thompson says. "It is already world- purchase are safety the constant : 'ocal attorney and mayor of Stake ,. to the< highest nldoVr nt the rnnitbonne i I FOR SCHOOL notniiI I on and May vote 3.when 193$. you gro to th. p".Hi I
.
I availability of the funds and the lor the past two years formally door on the flt Monday In I T hereby announce myself a cnndlrtite -
lie which p'' 1' wide in its scope. There are half a billion people in the world fact that Savings Bonds increase made his announcement of candidacy .I. the month of May. 1938. which" II for r.-.I.. lon nn niemher of
f Cbelng i ii ofjjj the 2nd., day of :May 1938. f Hmrd nf Instruction for rots "' : TV (' '
been 8-t actually fighting at this moment. Last week seven million I thirty-three and one-third percent' for represent Bradford Tinted this 23rd day of March '| ni'iidford, County, mihject, In actionof I I hereby. announce'mv''Mn.I., .. ... i

:.'. In value if held for ten The County in the next session of the 1516. Demorratlo voters In Primary for County commtHRloner' ficint Dis..
.D1ng. 'f''.!: people by a frontal attack were absorbed in the territory of I years. (OFFICIAL SBAT) I' Miv J, 11. 8. rIot' Two North Stnrke) ".
.. redemption feature which eliminates Legislature yesterday. In his an A. J. THOMAS, If .elected t promise to give to to the Oemncratlc ,.hJN1,
"I. onaerv. ; :l_ another country. The purpose of that absorption is to add to I any chance of loss to the investor nouncement. Mayor Landrum advocates Clark of Circuit Court tit mv dlHtrlct and Oriidford. (County an.o'h..r to he held May 3.prlmarx t "I- hot

tlon anpbeCauL? '. the man-power and to furnish a strategic base for further I appeals to all purchasers.The better schools a free range 1-25-6t-4-23.Bradford County Florida. ,, ail ni In lot term ration nf honent.with ......IRI.on..nlou.. people.If elected of the I ".oml." Dlmn to >". ,i" t.. and ih*

rbetter t. ,r- aggression." $100 bond unit is the most tree insect poison to the farmers %..orit. OP .. \i.n" OF' T\X 1"1 Thanklnl and vneclnl you I prlvllearoH for your to support none. Hradford of County at large t, Ih.

Limft"r : popular denomination and has accounted and the completion of road thir (''':RTIF'C ATE!II the approaching, bent I hellev my ability.

i It is pretty generally agreed that Czechoslovakia will for 30.38% of the number VOTICR itt HKIIKBV. OIVRN that I I mary, I nm.I alderman of my Startup experience for 'th n- >-Hjr,
fe mak teen.Mr The I.louldator of The Bradford Recpectfully Pdo
ben '>, fall the next easy prey of Germany and in Miss Thompson's of the bonds sold. The $25 Landrum said "If I get to I. ('n'ntv HanU n porooratlnn ban riled' I R. J LRWIS.School .ponltlon neveral yeara and I nuallfled. tnp f., i 'hl j
: with me written reouent that the Hoard Member' District No. 3i .hal appre"o vour |
.fully analysis of the situation she thinks it impossible to believe unit ranks next with 23.71i, of Tallahassee I shall put to an end tax, certificate together with alleuoneqiient mippoi"'. M. (Mitch
.t Ofl' sales. The $50 unit Is next with a the defrauding'of our people by omitted or 'levied taxeah.'d i ) EDW.Ir'e.:
and I FOR XCIIOOL BOARD
; 1 that Mussolini\ has agreed to relinquish all Europe east of the sale of 18.49% The $1.000 unit dishonest fake Insurance agents.' hv the State be advertlned, and. I I hereby announce my-elf a candlditte I ---.--..
Hold to the hlffheHt bidder for caMhni .
Rhino to Hitler except in return for active support in the I follows with 18.19 % : while the '.. also favors more adequate pensIons provided' hv: Chapter 18218 of the I the School for Board election from.Dintrlct member Two of I Foil hereby fOIXTV ( OMMIVMOM-H.

$500: unit accounts for 023%. the and ttt7 net,, nf the I.efflftlature: upon I South ., There.ua. I dldate for announce myself n -. |
Mediterranean. The key to the conquest of the Mediterranean for aged the blind. the following deHcilopd. real I estate oom"'I..lnl .8tl.k. from county '
I Cltv to the
riainpnon I DIstrict One
,
---+ I 'I,. f t- '-r n-ndford state, .ubJ..t < oomm'1>
is Spain. An Italian of occupation in Spain : will of the volera Democrntlr ject to the will nf 1 ,' ,
army would to-wit
t--lorlrta. : Pi,"I ,
May 3. elected) IOlrimlKe In
many. the
FIFTEEN FIRMS I Mrs. I:) / Tippins \ t .'w <1.i in. 11. 1 it' In -on011-n to work for the I... Inter- ,vot..r.. primary electionttf\
If
be at the back of France and if the Italians were successful "p"1 Inn, SO '1'". 5 5. R. 22 E., ".'M of all the In Bradford office honored with election ',. ".''H, I

France will be surrounded on three sides by Fascist powers. I) LIABLE Mrs. P. L. Tlpplns. wife of p.1 .I...H'".taming 40 ACI-PH, more or |! rout I I.y. Your vote.rhuoll a octv. KIIP- of I my prom district I.. to ane lerv..thp HIP. i taco'pie ,'I' I
died in her home in ,Ipo"t" county to the
ITlpplns, .o'hleo1. b..1 my ) ,
Th" tnxe he Hold evidencedhv
to are
11.1
"This must' inevitably mean either war involving France WAKE REPORT TO H. C. Green Cove. Springs Saturday ,'rtlfcnti| Noo. yni and 214. of i w s. 811FY. with fatrnemi Iml."rll 11 d

and therefore Great Britain, or a peace with terms dictated! I V.'ALL. DIRECTOR IN morning after an extended period I 111......?.,"nnd, the tt14'1".It rennectlvelv tnTen and for .'.1-1 troll cnooi.-. -no-\ iii> I .II.'I'. f,. WAI\\'II"'I'" : I I

rom licrun. anu. TALLAHASSEE nf u _illnf_._.n..M4. _Funeral m._. ___ _servIces__ .n_ were_. ,..... ,'," 1111 to both Inclimlie I hereby announce mv candidacy -.--
uome. :such: a peace would mean the end ,
ft for nomination the
member
to 1t6 ? HH a of FOR .
of French democracy and the rule of Fascist Fifteen Bradford County firms held Sunday! afternoon In Hickory 'ln""n"n..! "' .f vpi.: of F'' rfotiji I School Rotlld from Pt et rid' 1'' I I"k.('OI'thin>'r'.0'4', ,\..",
Europe by mili- '
nnnoii S
Grove Cemetery with the Boree f.f VAV1' nf ORl Htiliject to the I of the Tiemorntl m>' n''te .
I .r' wil
have candidacy ,
fury collectivism. This will not happen. Before it happens i acknowledged liability under Funeral Home In charge. The deceased *... ? -t. ", H n !2 K, ...ont I < .* votern ,, IM-lmnrv: Rlec- of Countv r..I..I".',i.'P Mioffice .
ni "ffrlct
the State Unemployment Compensation I lnhi' I lr,1'' more, or i'rlp leni. lon Mnv .1 If elected. I will dlll- No. one,') ,
there will be war" Miss Thompson believes. j Law it was announced this Is survived\ by her husband t.tvo -ftlrt ire ,videns"l. ( HchonlK work for, h.l..r n.t..d, fully Hollclt your( Latvtey vote). and and Mtpnnrt i'I, 'I-'
Mrtirpn| > NOH. !A4 and of "
SID 'ol.ty VOI' I f-el .
week by H. C. Wall. Starke Inlluragf'nt three children. two sisters and two ".*2 ni'd, II-M .... $ and 1 P'I: t la ted. that I with mv: expel' I i"i"' 'n
.
Perhaps these: writers in their gloomy analyses-one brothers. th. unpaid, HnectIvelv.ta.'a for rppieNpnt 'thevear IPI>, S n SPARKS. to tilt office' I am now h.I.., iinnlffi. I I .d
ance who Is serve nti than ,,
now head of .. > I eve I In"
:1 even making the bald statement that the new World War will this division of the Florida Indus- amonntlnw If31 to to |7S l'Q((17. hnth Inch.lv.., I T solicit your vote one 4upi| >"1'.
and
FOIt OtVrV ('OlIMIXIIO'XKII t can only promlne thK i'', if
definitely begin in July-are wrong. Perhaps the United trial Commission. /. J. Parrish Dies "."t.SOSR14 25 Tp. 5 of 8. H\V"R. .2' ..f IKI con-' I I herehv: announce my candidacy If you honor me with Vil thin ,.fhee
.C. nirnln.' 7 will
F. ,
county
for from Dietriu the itnn -
.omml..lon..r .r
.1..1..1'
: States England France, Scandanavia and Belgium (still These firms reported 1313 work J. J. Parrish. 84, a former native I The taming tn-H 10. to Acren cold, more are.evlilencedhv lenii. 't Three Huhjpct to the will of sold' office very bent of mr

era who drew In wages during 1937 of Starke died in his home in certificate la thvoters In the Democratic Primary ability.
I1 of
i < lilt
representing eighty percent of the national Sn. re-
resources and I in be held May 3. Very .
'a total w rtvev.| | and the ua. r..rlrlll.
of 5526011.: Liable firmsin unpaid
north Gainesville last week. He represent Your vote and .." be .
man-power of the world) will come together and begin this taxea. for the yeam l 16:1' ? ti. ins greatly wil IFR
s.-4 county contributed to the had been living in Gainesville for both InclitHlve, amonntlnir to S1A38 l"pr."I"I..d.F.. .

ing to the dictators instead of allowing these dictat-I State Unemployment Compensa. 18 years and was the eon of the I AlHoTract", 1. '. :1. I. R. I 7 6 tIO'I.IOSWOnTI.' Felt TOTY ('Olp6tIssioPn:
n 10 II. H. 18. 14. of KV. I take thIs .
De demagogs to get away with murder-literally and lion Fund 110652., Industrial I late William and Ellen Parrish; : HayeH Suh-niv.. nf SWi\< W of itlt, OlTV COMWIIKIONRIl Ih"t wIll '>e m..an.a candidate of annon foi,,'','> th">f.
.
accidents here Amounted to less was born March 12 1854.: He is Ry 4 E of Highway Sec.. 10 Tp. [ hereby announce my candidacy office of Countv CommlHloner. from
tively. I M\ X It. UN. 08 for, (County CommlMNtoner. from, DinInlit '''the Fourth Dlntrlct ,, ,
than one-half I runll'nlnlC of nl
of one percent of survived by a daughter Mrs. Ella ....
Four, Col' r."II.
morn or I. Miil.jTt to the vot.r. In "')'. Fin., -ubject to ..-
However, if the great peace-loving democracies do not the total for the state. I Jones Gainesville and two sons The 1 taxen to Se ...'.I .t*. vi'Tiof. I i I i the primary election, May 8. piom- cratlc Primary' Mnv 8. 1118
1 liv r..tfl..n'. Von. 37' end !919! nf ,ice to give a faithful and hunlneHH I appeal especially,
L. to the
or cannot stem the rising tide of conflict and another World Figures for the entire state show B. Parrish. Tampa and D. J I t"1: .. r..n.rt".lv. "no rnie like admlnlHtrntlnn ''n. thin office "r the rarm..r and the labonnf.lpp.rt'
_ that employers liable under the Parrish! Washington and by several .w.> t the unpaid' tnyen the Your support appreciated' man.

t War lays waste present day civilization we have only to thank I i State Unemployment Compensation -I grnndchlldreit and a brother in .",...ntnqii,.,-.ip-. ,to. t int*..HI.bib R I WAS DIN. I FRANK. T. ABEP.NATHY

those near-sighted ones who blocked the entrance of the Law employ 205.030 workers I WIlcox Ariz. He was a member of II AT.SORl, of !''I'VI of ,: In"h'.IV"'j' "." "I-: : I -.-- ----

1 United States into the League of Nations. Since |it is now J! whose annual pay roll amounts to I the Church of Christ.. ..n" Tn Acres A S.,nnrC It 2 p..... I h.r..b::.O'I6IIS'tOI.. myself. a cartdlrtat Eli I Foil hereby fOl. annolnc.>TV ('O''I'f: O> flt i v

'. I X20C-.276.625. Up to and Including -|I ----- ?- ,o.> lYp. tn U. oV1 are e\M.l"nced. for to the offfc of for nonlnlltol nn County"Anfhl., ","-
apparent that we cannot remain aloof from the ',. ,.> | county er-.iiniltiilnntM. District' Na 3t '1'
troubles of I' ."f..I. Won 3"1 ami I t > of f'Rdr"r" County, PIMriit, '
December 27 .. 'I
they had paid I Mrs. Joe ToblerMrs. .tn : fAw. ..Iv..lv. and reptenevit (SouI n Mlnrite I was horn, anti Number North staikpn. '.i, .1 t
the rest of the world it is easy' to see we had nothing to lose $3,505.166.45 in contributions to Joe Tobler died tH.. 'MIITIAM, tareit. for the roared In Hind Tot'd County. ar.d. am I to the Democratle, Primary. M.M 1
60 In her
.. by entering: the League. And who knows ? It might have !! the State Unemployment Fund. I home In Eustis Sunday after a I "Rr. nil| to in 141 lit.26. hoth Iuiclucive.amounting I it I'tnxpnyfr feel.| that" with mv .xp..rl..nre. I 'I ir honest re-elected pa'n."I.ln"' I promise and thpnn fnlthfulnervlce ,-

worker_ __! f This fund beginning in 1939. Ifnarthv Illness Funeral Services .AfsoS.. -, ,_. ,__. _cre In"SW Cor n! I| am ti.n. now I. hAva...better.. --fll..d- to_ Nerve___. you__ : _1IRV"! rendered In th. >
n n will be used* for the -.9 n..t..r **K"i Of i promise, ; -Ih t"r *- ..:: 'iec( i: I"I. ne a"lv" support .r 'Hi"totem
only payment and Interment were held Monday SWi% of VWM !'section' Tn. S you I ; : respectfully. .
o of benefits to S.' 2. Ti'.. 1 Acren, to stand for the rights the L. .01.1..1
eligible unemployed j afternoon In Greenwood CemeteryEustus n or lean. .onlalnlnl ,f prtvern of mv district 1 I ndft'he coun L (0:1:1

COMMON: : TO US-STRANGE; TO STRANGERS I workers of the state. It Is on de. I : with the Boree Funeral The. .rR,... to he Hold evidenced tv an a whole' Slv'nl' the bet II I -- .
: that I have
In I I
posit with the treasurer of the Home in charge. Survivors are by certificate. No. 1"1 and nll 3 nf FOR wr-iioof. no ti>
A who is 'A"* ..?'*! n:13: Will thank you for vote and .
I your .
: person willing to use his brain as well as the United States and has three rennerllvelv and rep- nupport I hereby announce mynrlf ,canill-,
already sisters Mrs. Sallle Tyson and f.nept 'ha ;nnpnld taxen, for the dAt. for election to Ii-irtf..nl. ,
thp !
more physical portions of his body will never go hungry in I| earned $7,783.13: which has also Mrs. .1. W Moseley of Starke and year 1437 to 'AH. both R.HpectfilIlv, Countv Board of Public Inntrii-'l": "

r this old world of ours. Besides the conventional ways of hteii placed to the credit of the Mrs. N. N. Norton of Tampa; two amounting I.S..VI to., .Uf.8.2/3 nf Inclu..lv"1 I 1.\LLOIY: THO.MASFOII South from district Starke, 'number There ..n-nnd. componod, .."of flsubject

I state fund. brothers, W. R Halslop of Starke 'p 11'q.\ .. M Tp. II S.' tOfXTV <'0>IMI1IIO\KH to the wl" .or the votet"" In
making: a living there are thousands of unusual and honest i1? containing Acrea, lusrrnu-T i the nen'ocr"tlc !.
---- -- -- 'nd J. T. of 1 Primaries St.t'
Halslop Tampa. IPHMrne. I I, I .
,,, hereby .. my 1916.If .
ways of earning daily bread. \ DISTRIBUTION I -- .._ hv .....tnxew. '' he ...nl. are .,'I.I..n,1 : for nomination.nnoun.".. County con"I".v ConiminMloncr : elected I promlne' to give an '

For instance local folks who have recently been in the OF LARD I I Mrs.' Mary AlvarezMrs. 1932 .I'.t.. re N..nect:'Ivelv.%o and and 516 reprenent of- .' IHittr.rt' of one,Bradford,'tshjact 'ounty to the Demo from' economical bu..ln"'Uk.' Impartial admlniHtratlxn., ..tfl.l.n' "nml'1'' I

.. central part of the state bring back stories about an ingenious I j SAT. Mary Alvarez 80, died Saturday V""r.' 1t11 the unpaid to 1"3'taxee both Invlualve for the, j 'rntic If' I Primary' elected.itleition.am I pledge. the pen- i, In mind. the .school upper-mont

i' NEARLY THREE after a brief Illness In her iiM..i-tl. cracker who is HUNDRED Thnnklna you your HIIPP"
; cashing' in his : T"O'- Lot
roadside 7 for
on of rtlk 31 to .
turpentine still in home In Temples tin th beet of my ability. 1 the comingelection' I tam .
Jacksonville.
POUNDS FOR BRADFORD Funeral Addition to Starke. In eitnwing
I NR'4 nf partiality to .
I none. *
,: a way that the average person would never think about. CLIENTS services were held Monday In the .NWV, Part nf W>A nf NI'V W Your vote and H up port will be 1 Yourn I
>f Hv ap- very truly. I
,
t This man used' his head enough to realize that what is i I chapel of the Seashole Funeral "-.. "I l,SF. R Cor B. of It. SRH 22: K.o N1V'4 pr."llt.d.I P. D. REDDISH DR. W. B. MIDDLKTOV. ,
150: The I __
Approximately certified tae I
re- Parlors In Jacksonville and interment to h. Hold are evidenced
..
\. commonplace to us is novel and interesting to people I i|. ref clients In Bradford I' '.V 'ftcBto ".0. ''04 Ot 1911 ffp 'i '
frmj County will was made In the Dyal Cemetery -. ....."....Iv. end roi u iioof, no \II FOR iriiooi. no ,."
other sections of the country. Consequently he has erected', ".reive their share of from two to near Starke. She TCfor the reprenent yearn 1H.1S the to unpaid 111 T hrreliy' a"nn'1' m)'".. a ottudldat I hereby announce myself a can'
: I' was bur- : for didate for :; '
a: I 'H' lowly rnpmhtM of the Bout-el of member of the li .v .1 l
three *
t sijrns\ along the highway inviting tourists to stop and in.ret hundred pounds of shortening led beside the! body of her hus- Ar. : Lot I nmountlnjr'"k1 o 17.20..QO I Publlf In Mt root Inn fur l'ffitri"'r No. Pu hi I,' Inntriictlon for Dl"i"" I I I. IS'.r
to b"> distributed at the WPA iinj the to i.3 of Hrartforri County Florida, sub 8 of Bradford' (Countv r'Ida.
late W.
H r : his turpentine still for the modest D. Alvarez. .010 'ark. In :11. of NWH I ject tn, 'h. will of the comprising, t
price of twentyfivecents warehouse:, tomorrow ( Saturday' I "it of \Vl' of "' of Hv I \0'1' In, O"mo..rRI. rRhn Voting pre'Ii"' i-
n- foiof,pts1/ Ih. primary l k<>r. Il"ninton '
r each. And believe it or not, the tourists are doing. that I mo nlng from 9 until 12 o'clock I MVIM K: 28 Tp" S S n K.of N\' Sec I I I May. 3. 15.18.Ii. New hTver.
:VfK(
\\t HIIKBnV' ': (1IVKN: to Th 2 .I.tpr I promise n fnlr and Im"I'I *' elected I promise fair' and I IPartial
"ixi- (t. '.1 a
according; to Mrs. Rubye ill mirM'|1.,1, .
Raymond .
thing. whom II _. i .
.
very n"IY r'i 'i'rn' '1m' I wi", 'w .
I '?|irp- s-0 ) > ,, .o"lnl..ln1l0n of the nf- administration' of .1
oommolity supervisor for Unit 11, I n, thv Jl? I t ilnv of April. 193ft at H.I...tIv I .lv. and 1"9.. 'f 11113 1' pel tnlnluir' ,, his. Important rt..* and 'w"l work for the i. .'
So now this ingenious still docs 10 .oVInc-U A M file my Final R..- i for i rapre" h*> "u 00".1 I | ffflc-e, the welfare of our fiitur, int'.rect,., nr all .. r
embracing 0'
operator Bradford th'
not mind Baker I the
,
and veiirn 19:13: "hool.
so n.ii mtil' .ii"I lv mlviiml, i l III"'hanc", ':;: : t" 111*, ,.lll..n. are to A great ford County
i"ftiiMive) niemnirn In
much if tie rrice of turpentine takes a drop because he is Urton>11I0!>( Counties. Distribution' of np Henry. Ailmlnlnrrittnr 8'.ph..n.. ., de".n..1.i.r the l p tnt. of .I o One ,"nmountlniT>ri.' of ..,to"d f 17 In 21. ..f. ha'll... 'r-oitnty'H of his "np..r'lll I hra.h, : __ J. A. J "1'KJFY., 1 HIent ,.

geUin several hundred pounds of shortening wilt bean IH-WITT ('. MtnrUe. rtrmnded R hv Temple Than.,kin' urnvernrnent.
; dollars a month from JON KM.: Adm.. M AT you fur
tourists who s hv "'" I your vote and I .
1 Ir to clients in the three coun- 1-5- corvider: the naval _. ... I.Rl0 _vin ,_- .... hp-'hv so ..
stores business just interesting .Ku WIt! said. and 1 each) client .. 'u Yours v-vrv" re.n.C.ti t ,, _. mien mv-f|
"
as we will Ml I'If"II 05' "."1 nf "l' Vion \ .n'l rjicept i I.(fl inn I Feet A 'l1.jiriVlifnJ.VCY.FOH ror m..1.er of the y* I I

eon-rider the operation of an automobile factory or a textile .ecelve) two pounds of laidThe I I I :.vrvr. .R niVK.V: I that MiIooi. Ito "h ftarld-) -"'
mill. distribution is made from I I I n-VVIrr) I' I..ii.-. hint tttfil Th.. t.IXPH t.i old are evidenced I tvUh to S.I I will of 'hp viler !I' 'I' I
with I I- ann" .
,I the local warehouse where occasional written ,i...<.,n* *t Ihnt the ,tee, i>frlfi me- 1930 ?and..i 1934. S. 'W -ni .,,rt IH7 of .' "' ..,. .-I*.-t,|I.,n, WH iitiip a "". y ,."n.lo1l..v .n.! Pi I II... .. \';\- 1 .
Making a successful > < nrtM t<'i"h[ <-i, tilth respectIvely and rep- I. !n ,il i: t wnn ir-ndont .. ,"
: \ living is no more a matter be- all iititti t>fii >nt re*'. '. ii rd fr-mi, l>'l- Nn f> ni Fit'
of rnr the
commodity allowances are I. mlttt-H' .)f .lit lfil. tuxee ftir the "I.J.. .,. -lrlr I. hitch and ., .
unl..lo !
I IJmlnlstered. tax*** held) by the to (h. will. of avtv rk vi-h
in1 whep> opportunities are than it is of taking advantage of' ,\, Mrs. Raymond i I Mint,, ,. h* ..H >rtl..... anil t.411.. to In* ,v nn i ., 113'" f", In-'tuelve I ,. I Dei: : i.nI< Prlmnrv.' vn..ra Slav In 8 >.. UfiIf el" --d I,wIt w ,.' .

'- opportunities tha are right under your nose. i .,1.1 and clients should 1 bring add'i I! >v IjIi.i.t:Chatnor, Milder:! I II.95 f,.rr"the a 10.7*::: prnvldeil itci- of 1.0.I tn.,\'ut, It780.: ,-.. of Land I' .' ,'. .If i i'promIse.urle't'4. to to Ihlp 'fflce f ford 4. nr r.g.! l-v>. nf rht I-II..h..I. ,'f f.

.ulners to hold tlie shortening. I, .h I. irlxlariir, upon In* following' R A. "ql. Yo1. 1 l.v: 120 Yda I .rk )the be.r ..,.('ontnu. the to v >t.. and support will be appn.
hv ,
d. "<' -Hi.J reel l "'lute In lh County Mr McArthur Flnunded land of 'hu ib' In Bradford ('oun' al .t.-.I.
by A. M, Dar- "
I nratefullr .
J. IL :. r nnr"
JIOru M. D. (Meltln) rCTCI.

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