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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 1, 1938
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Clerk A. J. Thomas yesterday Berry shipments this week from I'
acute heart attack late Wednesday ;

.An night robbed Starke .of I wc ; -4I4&1 said that the 1938 taxes were tc Sturke and Lawtey were tho
I heaviest this
with
7,200
year pint
of Its most prominent businessmen be Included when property or I
one crates
moving to market from
I r William E. Torode 52, which taxes are Auctioned off under

after 10 o'clock Wednesday the Murphy Law Is sold. Thi Hturke and an estimated 25.000
died shortly ig. 4' t e, r a lF crates from Lawtey, a total of
soon after being +t3ee ti+ w announcement followed the ordecoming
night 32,200 for the week with an estimated
through the office of Stat*
torln moved from his automobile, where r
found unconscious, to Dr. Comptroller 3. M. Lee. based return to growers of
h& was $120,750, the
price be.
t Middleton'8 office on an opinion by Attorney General average :
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ing $3.75. Prices ranged all the
of Ohio, but a resident Cary Lnndls.
II.Ii Ii A native : way from 4.50 the latter part of ,;
twenty-five. The Is made to ball
for the past ruling apply last week to $2.50 for poor quality -
Starke and Mr. vfy sales that have been concluded)
of ) Lawtey aMiss

Iia years Tol'<)chad\ been owner of the ...,"'' a ... __L.. : ...... ......- 4 :......,. ei. ....-H-a,.-............__ ',n.- -.,...,__star._ since January 1, 1938, under the berries to compose which have one-fifth been of estimated the-

Torode' Chevrolet Company for the Arthur E, Wallmeyer, cartographer, Indicates on the large mnp the present area"Of Germany. The law, and It Is not necessary thai entire shipments. i i iGI.owel's
He had served the fact be stated on the receipt
past ten years. Inset shows the area that was Austria before Its seizure by Hitler. Czechoslovakia now finds Itself be- and shippers were .
Bradford County as a member of Issued, the attorney genera) says
tween the German pinchers It is regarded by maay that the next addition to the Nazi empire will be pleased the way prices held! up In '
I.r the Bond Trustees since their orsamzatlon The clerk Is Instructed to make r a I
In 1921. Serving for Czech territory. notation upon the receipt If It I Is de-I, nplte of the heaviest shipping of !
Alberta. Wiggins, who the and ,
Benson them to
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the post six or seven years as the i requested but it Is not required, I
rrI crlbes herself na 'South Florida continue Heavy shipping Is expected -
Boards chairman. I Honors Conferred GET READY Clerk Thomas stated yesterday,
I PLANNING I however, that the records In his: fire-digging evangelist" l Is conducting for the next week also, theweuthcr
Death came to the widely known week Southern College helda revival In the Bennett, ,
Last ti
I MEETSNEW FOR SPEECHESFIRST < a and growing conditions ':
COUNCIL office would be corrected to show I
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BUll tol'd businessman, after he convocation celebrating the fif Lumber Yard shed Services be-] being very favorable. 'I""
that the 1938 taxes had been In-
u had been found In his automobile AMERICAN LEGION .j I ty-third anniversary of Its organization -I FIELD DAY FOR eluded and that It would not be< gun Sunday morning and will continue The week's production brings 1>

ur unconscious by a collector for the and at this time a numberof CANDIDATES WILL BE Indefinitely.The .
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ua HALL SUGGESTED FOR i necessary for any receipts heretofore the total pints harvested here this "
who his where-
abouts company when Mr.sought Torode left the STARKEThe ( degrees and other honors were IIELD-TUESDAY Issued be returned for correction Church of Go
presented. has moved to Starke permanentlyand $259,050 profit to farmersfor I''
In- W. B. Alexander, chairman of
earlier on Wednesday, Bradford Planning
garage County JIha1
Monday's Times-Union and the the members expect later to their labors. Few express earn ,
structingthe employe to remain the Court- the Bradford County Democratic Some weeks ago the supremi
Council at
meeting Florida Christian Advocate of construct a concrete block build been shipped, almost the entire .
until he returned. According to house here Friday night, approved Executive Committee yesterday court rendered a decision that 193' I.
Lakeland, each a lengthy account ing. handled
gave output being by refrigerated ,
, reports, Mr. Torode was found and proposals for several sold that a slight revision of taxes should be Included, and the
plans of the honors conferred. At cloned trucks northern and ,
to
Evangelist Wiggins afourweek's
slumped In his automobile, and which I speaking \Henlary as announced by attorney general holds that If 1931go.
1 for the county on
projects of Tallahassee \
this time George C.Vhlte, revival at Saxton on open trucks to local markets. ?
. was Immediately removed to Dr. Immediate action Is expected. Mr., Alexander is: In the 1938 should follow, despite I'
State Bank Analyst, was March 20 with an all day meetingand '
The movement from Law- I
will large
the fact that the 1938 tax
n Uiddleton'a office. Attempts to The plans and action of the local alumni the Graham-Tuesday, April 5, at
on
to ''
I him fruitless and chosen represent not be levied until next November then preached four nights last tey is due to the fact that numer- )
revive proved Planning Council will be for Christian Church. ; I'
. of
board trustees.
college week at the Sampson City Christian -
have attracted ,
Thus those who owl buyers growers
be passed away a few minutes warded State Administration offices New River-Friday, April 8, at acquire propert;;
, after being brought to the office. In Jacksonville Fred F. ----+--- -- School House. under the Murphy law will have n<>, Church. She haa been preaching from other sections of the 4

4.I Mr. Torode had served the coun- Stump, chairman, said yesterday- WILL OPPOSE Theressa-TuesdllY, April 12, at taxes to worry about for quite i II' for eight years, beginning at county. Among them are W. O. ,
the of seventeen.The (
r ty in political and business circles GREENLAKE Christian Church.HamptonFriday. while. age Hodges, of Plant City,
road
was '
for and A county-wide project Efforts have been made to maka < general public Is Invited to three years In the business; : .
a number of years was and the council April 15, at twenty'I''I'
offered passed on by
taxes under the I Join In the meetings which will be Davis, of Delaware; J. H. ;
considered among Its leading busInessmen CITY MAN ANNOUNCESFOR School house ** compromise of I
with a county-wide mosquito -, !
along
held night at 7:45:: clock. also of Delaware, and 1
He was a member of control project. The latter CONGRESS THIS Hellbronn Sprlngs-viAprll 19, at law for delinquencies of 1933, bu every I
i turl, of New York. Mr. Dulaneyremarked i
it has bone held that --+- -- ---
the Woodmen of the World and a will call for drainage and other, WEEK School house.BrookerApril. no property; that Bradford berrle-

r Shrlncr. I 22, at School Is eligible to auction sale excep
forms of destroying mosquito
Belated opposition for Starke'aCongressman where certificates two Thomas Here had "never been of better quality"In
Funeral services will be held and house. tax were
. breeding places near Hampton R. A. Green In the addition to the out-of-town: ,
from the Methodist Church at ten Lawtey-April 26, at School years or more delinquent at the
. of Starke, well as other
as
east this week in f buyers, V' R. Carradine, Fred, t
o'clock Saturday morning with the May: Pilmary came house. time the law went into effect.NINETEEN rY t I
parts of the countyt the form of an announcement by Moore, J 8 Norman and .1. Ii. (I
, Rev w A. Fischer officiating, assisted I Starke-April 29, at School -- --
Steps to erect an American Legion R.V.. Fiirnell, attorney and former Moore were buying; heavily thin 1
J by the Rev. L. A. Shepherd house. t
CASES E It
Hall on the lot west of the Columbia County member in week
interment will be In Kingsley Lake All of the above dates have been
Christian; church here were for- House of t
the Florida Representatives CLOSED HEREOLD Reports from Plant City stale i'' "
Cemetery. mulated at the meeting, Mr. Stump that he would be a candidatefor set for 7:30: o'clock p. m. Graham, r that only 1-18,950 pints of berrieswero ,s
Besides his widow, Mrs. Pauline j ji
New River Thrresaa and Hell '
said. The project will require expenditures the Democratic nomination to N, r'J
AGE PENSION ROLLS shipped from that point during -
Torode
he is survived by two
bronn are four additions which
of $5,000, sponsors contribution congress" / from the Second District. DECLINE TEN PERCENT the week just passed with ai '
eons John Arthur and W. E. To-
have been listed after requests '
to be made by Legion who has also served ANNUALLYThe estimated return of $8,490 and ,
MrFarnell, ,i
rode Jr and a daughter, Mrs.Mary from citizens in those precinctswho I ,
members and friends. attorney, said he was an Indications of a five-cent market :
as county j
Talla-
Lucille Mitchell of
desire to have candidates rolls of,
appear Old Assistance
also
Council
The Planning endorsed Age
hassee advocate of state a rights and ade- were evident. Growers, there have .
the Brooker Community I quate old age pensions. before them. Mr. Alexandersaid the state were reduced by the received more than $1,500,000 from .

-- enter to be centrally located In +-- also that he wished every cloning of 1,714 cases between July; the crop this year.FREE.

WPA OFFICES that Bradford. County town, and committeeman of each of the named 1, 1937, and February of this year --.- --- ,

urged, O. P. Cannon, area super- ENDORSEHEALTH precincts to provide a suitable according to announcement issued ':

MOVED visor of WPA works to make ef- UNIT speaking place, If those listed from the office of Claytot 4-H

forts to get the project underway were not available and act as Codrington, state welfare com MOVIE MONDAY i
HEADQUARTERS NOW IN LEGION 1
master of ceremonies
or delegate
us soon aa possible. An estimateof ROTARIANS TAKE ACTION miaaloner.
HALL AFTER FIVE i
the cost of the project has not FOLLOWING SPEECHBY someone else to act. Record Death had the feature role In the ENTERTAINING FILM TO BE '

YEARS IN ONE PLACE been accurately made, Stump said. McCREARYThe I II crowds are expected to attend the closing of these cases, 1,205: per ,' SHOWN AT COURTHOUSE

After more than five years at Members of the council, Includ- I' speakings and hear political pleas sons receiving this form of assistance ; i

one stand, the W-forks Progress ing Mr. Stump, who attendedwere Starke Rotary Club at IU of the various aspirants. having died during the pcrlod. I

Administration offices here moved : Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mallory weekly luncheon Wednesday wenton ------- The Grim Reaper Is thinning Two hours of talking pictures 1 '

Fred record as endorsing the Trl-: I benefic III I'll Thomas of Fort featuring" the film dramatisation,
this week to new administrative Thomas and Floyd Wiggins the ranks of the aged !"1 Judge Elwyn ,

headquartersThe new offices Httzen and H. V. Saxon, two other County Health Unit, us proposedby WORK ON SCHOOLPROGRESSES nl the rate of approximately ter 1 Pierce senior Judge of the Ninth of the famous 4-H novel, "Underthe j v

housing the social welfare works members, were out of the coun- Dr. A. B. McCreary of the percent annually Judicial Circuit and a candidate 4-H Flag" will be shown free ; !

llvlslon, the WPA works and timekeeping ty on business State Board of Health, Jackson In Bradford county, cases closeduring *I for the Supreme Court vacancy to the people of Bradford County
Monday night at 7:30: o'clock, according ,
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division, and the office for ville. FOUNDATION FOR FIRST the period numbered nine created by the retirement of Chief ''I'I

supervisor of women's work proJ- FARM Dr. McCreary stressed the fact UNIT IS ALREADY I'teen. The number closed for eacl I'I Justice Ellis, was a visitor to I to an announcement made

ects are now in the Legion Hall STATE that many people were dying of COMPLETE: Jot ten reasons were: Death fourteen ,.1 Starke Monday calling on members ''I this week by T. K. McClane, Jr.? (IJ,

building, over the John H. Den- ROADSWILL preventable diseases not reportedto ; moved to another county 01;'i of the bar and friends iti County Agent for Bradford Coun- F

mark Furniture store on Call the State Board of Health and Twenty-five workmen under th district within state, four; othei' this section. i ty.:

Street. UNDERGO EXTENSIVE consequently no efforts were madeat supervision of John Thompson, reasons, one.Figures Although young In years Judge The show will be given at the! Ii '

The move began early this week BEAUTIFICATIONWORK prevention. He described malaria have been busily engaged on erection are rot yet available alto .I Thomns has served almost thirteen court house, Mr. McClane said. I "I

and the entire office forces were tuberculosis, hookworm, and of the first unit of a' three- the percentage of those wh<, years on the Circuit Court bench, There will be no admission charge

moved In by Thursday afternoon.The A beautification project at the syphilis as the big-four of deadlydiaeuaiiS unit school addition for Bradford have become eligible for Old Ag< having been twice re-elected without nnd no free-will collection of any

new quarters have been la In Florida, citing, figures County here to cost 75000. Assistance attaining the 01 opposition. He was born south kind. The program was produced
Raiford by
State Prison Farm, age
made into four divisions and Legion will make showing laxity of reporting; In The school house work over the >f Foit pierce on the Indian Rtvr primarily In the Interest of the 4-
nearing completion that sixty-five years during pe ,
beheld Bradford County and the necessityof which Mr. Thompson la supervisor educated In the schools H movement but families andfiends'
meetings will continue to the grounds leading to the New nod covered by the statistics. ; common
In the space occupied by the and school a full-time health unit Dr. Is In the hands of one who has of Florida and received his law of 4-11 members and all
penitentiary hospital --.--- ----
Women's work project offices. I the moat beautifulin McCleary was the guest speaker. more than twenty years of buildIng legren at the Stetson University at others Interested In agriculture "

The office health house among behind him. lie PEPPER LEADSIN OeLand. Thomas served are Invited to attend. ,
of County The meeting was presided over experience Judge as J
nurse, Mrs. Clennie Hlckok, will be the state. by Leon Gray, who Introduced Dr. supervised the construction of the city attorney of Fort Pierce and In addition to the six-reel feature f fIT

located In the City Hall. Rock walks and concrete lead- McCreary and the following Oca la high school, one of the BALLOTREPORTER Vero Beach and is still active In picture, a 4-H newsreel showing g

ways have been laid leading to the civic and life In the Indian Important events In the 4-H
.- : Dale Pennington of Jack State's finest.Excavation religious -
guests MAKES CASUAL
and small tree and calendar educational
buildings and agricultural an <
sonville, Dr. D. N. Cone and Tate work, and concrete River section of the State
JUDY CANOVAIN shrubbery have been set out and SURVEY OF SENATE short called "HiddenValues"
Powell of the State Board of i'nundation for the first unit have SENTIMENT Mr. Thomas said Monday that he "
adjacent to the buildings and a cartoon comedy will
grounds P Pbe
LONDONFAMOUS with lawn Health. DeWItt Jones of Gaines been completed and brick work hoped to be able to return to J :
and planted shown
turned ville, and Dr. W. E. Middleton of began Monday morning. It la believed A minor straw ballot conductei "Starke' prior to the primary election I J

COMEDIENNE grass Prison Starke. that (I.om five to six months by an Inquiring reporter' on thi, and meet others whom hemissed The story Is, In effect(, the projection '!

WRITES MISS: Members of the State I the state-wide Senatorial race war I I ( of old-fashioned ideals-and ;..1
with the aid of otherson W. P. Smith was fleeted as dele- will be required to complete seeing while here
OLIVE RAY the work, to the State Rotary conven- building. conducted\ here early this weekIn principles through a colorful and
gate -- --
the Farm. a short canvass of businessmen rant-moving drama. It has a lot
Friends here of Judy Canova -----.---- tion In Ocala in April First ImpresMons Indicate that fr.rmeis of Starke, and other/ Resumes Position of good sound constructive thinking -
-- be of the fin-
---- the will one
will building
be interested In knowing that Food Sale ReceiptsIt town' In the county showed tha t about agriculture In general e1end
put In the State when completed, who has spent
.be Porothy Sapp
has
written the card Cold Trustee also
following For Claude Pepper. Incumbent fo.lo'ltrl.ja .I 4-H In particular but It ,
'o Miss Olive ""Cherrlo from was announced by Mrs. VV. and work no far has progressed at ,. I the i.ml month in TalIahaiB; thrillswhich ,
: dramatic I
Ray share of
the forty held with Mark Wll has Its
London E. lllddleton, at.d MrsW.. H. G. L. Gatlin, for past unusual spend. Ml' Thompson said. sway where she took a short course In
Wonder If you will re- I second with at, Involve the sinl..t'r doing
Brooker In
realized In a resident of the cot!: coming
$17.75 was years -- -- the of tabulating office
operation /
that
m-mber omlth; I
little first grade :
your I of Bradford County has votes. I of a gang of counterfeiter who
the Woman'a Missionary section returned this!!! week amiwill .
machinery
from
Pupil i have thought of you many gross for Bond Itivldcnt Paid I have a secret rendezvous. In a ravar.eur <
Methodist I announced his candidacy Tho poll, conducted among thir I
[times. Society of the : be employed again in the of-
I am here for an engagement the old farm where the hero -
District No. 0. Mr Final dl( 'Ideml checks from un
held J Trustee from citizens and voters of th fooJ sale Saturday <<: ty-flve I flee of Clerk of Circuit Court A
then I will travel the con- (church I : distributed boy who Is jut getting Interested '
I Gatlln. who" has watched needs of I Bank of Sturke are being who wrote the name o t I..i I'
building adjoining county J. Thomas. Miss Snpp has been
"u.-u before returning. Hope to irom the Btor ,.,, !". I In 4-H work and hIs family l
I Canova Drug store" on Call the district In which he resides, by Raw J. Davis, "lul their choice for the Senate sea't in this poulllon for the past two

't.. you sometime when I return the Proceeds will probably bo stated this week that if elected he tor. The fral and total expenditure In the coming Primary of May 3, I live. It moves nt a rapid pace
street years
the States. Love Judy Can effort to amounting to $4.744 89 was through mysterious warnings
make repairs to the par- would make every per on R Blip of paper and Inserted inti)I .
.vaU'ly. aced to said. form the duties of this office In '!'pro--Imltely :3 3-4 perrent of the a voting box showed the follow ----- I shots In the dark a summer full

> Seke, Pete and Anna have i lonage, it was -- I the Brooker area to the best of his total '!tc'-oilt distributed! to about Ing results: The St. Augustine Historical Society of hotly contented! "-II projects ,
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trade an enviable reputation as j -- -- receives aproxl- i ability and for the betterment of (,00 dcpo-ltors erected a marker i'tst weekon and competitions and reaches a

'entertainers, both over the radio The University section. .. - Pepper 25 the site on which General Ogle- 'ma.hingclimax at the International

too on the stage, and their friends mately $:!OOOOOOO per year from that <*. FI:>rr'.Il's total eOfollmenIn Wilcox 8 thorpe erected a battery to bombard Livestock Show In Chicago( ;
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n rein the old home town' are the various federal State agencies Welfare ac- I Alabama has 6,169 miles of railways "CC camps at the present time la I Sholtz 3 St. Augustine aWooat 200 where the mystery is unraveled '

always glad to hear of their suc- rordlng to the within Its borders. I 8,334 Moose 1 I years ago. an'" the rxsc'la bwir--'tt to JUdtlcoll.A : .

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TELL WilY IT PAYS TO ; [ '
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Agreed BRADFORD HARDWARE 100 or 200 word. and mall '.
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the hoer, t 1;
1a ttng T.ettem should bll received In our : :/
FLORIDA (office, not In lei. than Tuesday ot
tbdse wl-i ;I STAKKE next week.Prizes .

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.. I'tl\-.r: \ I illlFa'd1.1Ti9\T: liidlKXHtlun NHfUI- THE PEOPLE OF STARKE Exclusive Millinery
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.\ I\rRlL I. 1&38 -'__ __ __ __ ._ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA PAGE TIIREK : _
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1 I SUNNY HOOK FARM II i: "I' nllll\\t ] 'n:> ''i. 2 :I. J4. '. ..MI.I'll "I'E'I" Ict.r.f-'rvov: \oTirwvnTii ...', {
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lJt d S ool Journal !Aim. )'. kv. Cro: ..l,.>, CorrespondentMrs. 'rh,' taxeH to hA Hold ,,, .. .-vul.'li.. ...a i Im B.'H id. of oiinty I 3 f'om miss I'.ners 'I
ra roru cn I bv ",'rll tI..A, 10 Nun.. 241 and 740 of of Hradford (*iitintv, Florida hancalled "I J I

- Julian; Peek, Jr., of Starten in.11 1 and 1083 respectively and repreeent a "Special' Rlf.-tlon to he heM ''I
the unpaid taxes for the In the several election pre.-lnctH" of r: I''
spent part of last week with I Mr. yearn 1A8A to 19311 both 'Inclusive said. County for the purpose of determining '.: 4 '1

STAUIU4'; nnd Mrs. J. R. Kelly. Hmountlnir I2S.BO. whether or not Bradford I .
1J.ARhIA
0 ___ FIUU.\Y. .U'JUL 1. IU314 Nl'MUElt TWY.'Ii'J'\-i'WIIT:' ; ALSO Lot BO Town of T.atvtev: founty, Florida. shell he conntltuted "

-.. _ _ - I -Mini__u Nelta._ ____ _Kellv.__ who n n_ _has__.. _flDent. _n. 1'1 of ny ,He.2.1, 24, 2H, 26 T6 Into a Cotton: Production Control ,
no. A. n. 22 10. niHlrU-f., nnrHiiant to chapter 1 17ROI ;
I ,,'r.FF' SENIOR PLAY Meet the past few months in Tampa and. The tflxeH to l h.. sold are evidenced f.nw'' of Finrlrtn.. Arid of 1)137) (the I I
the Seniors Elementary Echoes Plant City returned this week to v I rr-rtlflcnt. No*. 242 .and 74t of name hclnir- ,
TEN: I "I: 1'J-I'nr.F:' 1.11 I I null ISfl3 roHpectlvely, and repsi'it "An ACT to Prnmoto the Plant- <* 'f.
L I. 1-I"JoJ: 1'J.IC1.: (. COMING SOONTo spend a while with her mother, the unpaid tnxna for the Inn. and Trndii'-tlon, Within theHtaln i I

'AH F"ITonCUJE1I' KKNEST BOY SIXII: : GUADE Mrs. Inez Kelly. cam[ lolA to 1IIH8 both IncluSive ,. of Florida, of !Sea' Islandf'oiton ,
%, ., "A Jolly god fellow"that mountInir, to $2n.f>l. : In the Exercise of the I I
describes
,,,\'IIHI, T BINSONI Bo Fi-pHonttNl In The Sixth grade has. been workIng Miss Audrew Belle Phillips of AlrfiOIot, S3 Town of rawtyK Reserved Power or the State of

TV 1':0ITOn: II. 8.' Auditorium Ernest Boyd. Ernest one hard on their mural and has at New River, Is spending a while : nit ny Hec 23, 24, 2B 20, Tp DH Florida to provide protectionfor

II 1"'I.IE'r"I'' :, I II' (DOT) DISUOP'I'LIHTfI April' g I of the larger members of our senior ', last finished It. The pictures that here with Miss Nona Brown. The. tae 22 R.to he 1 KoM are evidenced Such OroworH Cotton. Against and Producer Hyhrldlxa-of t ,i I

EOITOn! I class, comes from the small'i we have been drawing are pretty v ci'itlflcate Nos. 24D' and 743 of : finn unit lieductlon. In value ; :
) PLUlIllIfEI\ town of Hampton. I Some not G. M. Bennett of Starke Is i32 and 1(133( reepectlvely, and rep-. Thereof: To That FTnd: Providing ,
have
finished
HILL The Seniors of Bradford County theirs yet. spending u while here with his vs'cent thn unpaid! taxes for the' for Pri.allon of Cotton Pro- 1

)1'I..ItAltY, EDITOR High Schol announced this week He says he likes sports and that I VVe have started about France and son-in-law and daughter Mr. and .urn 1931 to 1 mid bnth tnl'lu"Iv..j rlnptlon Control Districts', : Prohibiting .
I nionntlno-, SIT.21. the Prortnotlnn In .ald
d.J.A'IIIAliIlIIANNING his favorite la baseball. As far its
that "Girls Will Be Girls." a play as I possessions. Mrs. Floyd Crosby.Mr. M.MO I'oni' nt NK i r-nr i of NWif Dtt'I.t-, .,i' n'iv Type of rotton ,
IOK\i\] EDITOR under the direction of RobertDemorest I can find he also likes other i Charles Jones brought a nook to ,, '1/""'i Mc,. T4 "I'nn, ,S. t'. I7 I Ofhor Thai S"'n Inland fniton: I"I I
rICARCII! I' and Mrs. Hilton DunkK-y Corner of Maid 40: Thence fl. to nlHO |rohlbltlnnr the PlantIng < I
EDNA sports-girls and of course boys the room named Wings. <
will be presented at the and grand-children Billy Miss In, 'ml 1 .of I. II. Hill; Thence W online th..rln of any Tyiiw f.f <'oiionHnoil 'I I
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'pr"l'IAL REPORTER auditorium Friday night April 8. too! Teacher-Miss Kennedy. <>f xnUl Initd, "SO ft. Then'H -" n,' F'lnntH nthor Th-m. "ties< .t''
OUY I Corlne Strickland and Miss MarJorie tl-lil ft, ThenceV' BOO ft. N f"lnni1 Cotton Plants:
Reporter Olin White. r'
The comedy implicates, of His past ia dark and unknown. Howard of Jacksonville attended loot( ft. I n UI'| ft, thence N'otlh- Providing I for rh'dA't: ,n, ,
course several members of the and as reported by him-very un '! Helper- : English.: nlv 1 1000 ft. Thence. B tHO ft.. linn and Rnforc..ment. of the t ,
i church here Sunday and I lo rteif., Sec. :23: 21 Tp. 5 8 H. ProvisIons i .hereof: Making nnAnntinl ',' I
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EditorialfiKADUATION fair-sex, who are seniors and well eventful. We can hardly believe were dinner guests of Mrs. Bulah 28 K., Appropriation for thaPurpono :' I

versed In acting along with some this is true for Ernest seems to | FOURTH GKVDK' The taxes. to he aold are evidenced of CnrrylnR out the I
-- I'Ve were glad to have Maurice Kelly. I':V .eertlrlcnte' N .". 244 and 7R2 of ProvlHlnn, \ h..rr>of, Prnvldlnpr, j
of the best male talent of the | enjoy life Immensely and gets | ) ,
Miss Belle and Eli ansi" 1931 rA"'Ih..I l and rep- p* nnltn) ansi! Pitnlnhmont for f;
of the school yearlose 1937-38 senior class. The play I much out of It. We hope though l, Martin visit us\ one day last week. Audrey Phillips ,Beiit the iinpnld' tales for the Violation of the I'ro\'lalnn.. .. ,"
,-loHing I Miss Nona Brown spent Saturday 11-14.: hnlh l InclllxlVf.inmintlnK ) j
ht. : I
We have a new book "Snow- Pllrn lim to Hereof.
promises to be of I his life in the future will be I
I II .11 i hand. With It comes one the best in I more night In New River with :Miss "" I to $ft4 99. The territory, propound !I" hi ,I', ;
I good-bye to thn many moons. eventful than it has In the pout I I white and the Seven Dwarfs. Said I tax cpftlClcatca 3 tna-'tlicr with .find" In I hf rotlfin PliMlurlli"i ,
Ration< saying i( Some of our pupils have made Interesting Melbn Moody. They all attendedthe II omItted or t.cvled I Control ntntrtrt ,I" nil "f ''hut* torrl- ':
,Ion and the moving forward The comedy deals with a boy I''| and wa see no reason why it books. singing convention in Lake : A"I: :'j'I'I"r.t .Hold to ,the highest. : tory Included' within tho hnunilnrlet .
other students. who Is all set for a I should not be. reports on Iddi'iat I he Court hoiiM.' ,l I"", In of Hradford" Couniv. Klurldnhlili, ,
mos, ,of the happy mari'iagewhen I So far Gloria Cooper, Loon City Sunday. Inrkinn the i 15th diiy .if April. nalil hoiindnrlf1 ore Hirlhoil, deM- I

inuluation/ however. Is not only ; In steps his sweetheart who Ernest says he would like to Gray Jr., E. L. Johns, and Robert Floyd Crosby MilLie a business 11 13M.: ai' 11 ::00 o'clock A. M.ImitHl lirnntcd nntl ",'1 out, In 11 tie Stuttiti "iof _
K through saw him ] with enter the of Florida thin the 26th dity, of March, the Stnte I of !Florida.If
iltiial which one goes : talking a blonde. University Owen have said the multiplicationtables trip lo Branford last Monday.ItKOOKEK i I''>3 the territory *,:, :,i'n..p't nlth I

I, become' im alumni of a school. I After that quite a bit of masquerading after graduating: He plans to well enough to win a certif- ''I rWPUMAN !SRAIOA I :Ih* bonniturlon' of Hradford' : fnunIM v !

ilgnal of another milen't is done by a male friend of take a course of "general business" I .1. THOMAS! created Into a Cotton ProductionControl
I I rinrk of rircnlt Court i>f District the plftntlnff of nov _
DPing) passed; of an era In I the leading man who makes efforts there. If he keeps up the good icate.We are that so many Bradford County, Florida.' I Mniid or, liliintH of any vnrlftv, k I n.h. _ _
,lIsmlBsed and of passing to square things up by act- I work in the future that he has very sorry Mlns Veru Giilnev', CorreMpundeiit, I-1-31-4-16. typ*. or species of rutton. t "Si her I thitit.' I
'i. ng I of our pupils have had to quit .seeds or plantn of I the f tvp'< knu""n H <
'. i ,mot' definite state of ma- Ing the part of "the blonde." done In the past we know that school. 1- Son Inland Cotton will lie ? _

11' stands for the end of The comedy, as they usually do he can't fail I ia his undertakings Diithday Tiirty .' ited p'ohlh'I.
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I'i I Reporter Gloria Cooper. MVIKI.1.! X\IM lii" T\\ Hnld electIon to hp hilf1.. nn fti.Ird _ _
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; cn' ." i in a way on mother turns out for the best in the end I Teacher -Miss Edwards.: McGauloy .lIlel'tl1ln-1 flHTIPH'! TIH: dnv 111111.-; I'). 1(118.( I the cam,'" .J. I _
for those who will en- 1 and everyone concerned lives happily PAUL: FAI'I.KNER:' ed Friday,, afternoon with NDTH'10 HKRKItr; : OIVI3N I I 111111 being thin first Tuesday In mildmonth. 1
I'' II I F'uwell) IIRM flli'il I with I ""' \\rll-I The .xiild election 5 to !><. helit '
,.iiex n stands for the beging ever after. It Is!' a well-coach- I Presently'" Paul Faulkner, a ut'HTIl Hlt.\U"1' day party honoring her daughter : J:.n r>,'I".t| flint I Ih,' 'tux ..i-rllfli. Illp" I In ncordnnci with I ho law (governing I
Mary. who celebrated her eleventh t,,.,'Ih,'" with nil HtihHunti, otnltI Clencral I tCIctlon. ,
from ed
world with and friend to
i new apart play catchy a"d: clever good sport a everyone p
As this Is Wild Life Restoration ':I or" li-vli-d 1 IHXCH hntd !hv tho Htnlni ,
I occasion. DiilT I qua I I Cl eh froi'hoMfr" "i-lorloi I
.>ill and familiar things. I linos. this week is a pleasure In- Week we nre collecting all the birthday on thin ;;,ndvi-tlncd, mid Hold, to Ihe hlK-h-I I Hhnll I I IM* ,pfrnilltod to. vote i I hi, I th. ,
': I The assembled, Mi i lilddcifur mull. IIH provided Ijv saul I LOl.'ci ion. :
,-, i lei us look to -.--- deed. Paul was born In Kentucky young guests on Sp'-ilnl
( gradua-I to In the n if the 1037 act of '
pictures we can put up hnptHi1S2" \ < L. L. CONNOR
n "v th awe as a We WonderWhy j and he plans in the future to return i schoolroom. the l.iwn where games and contests 'Ii'' Ls'gi. : sin' 3 ii"s'e. upon ttje following I'lialriiinn' of 'Hoard of CountTCnmmlMHlonpm I

'inn: to the heart of all. there and become one of the of various kinds were enjoyii"KHrrllii'd I laal I ,'Htntu I In I the ('033 Ii- : Bradford"' Coun-
I I !! Jackie RUHsell has been absentl ,, of IIIu ed after which delicious refreshments .
In thai
best farmers anywhere .
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We had :
few a large
some of the girls and boys i state. So- -lookout Kentucky! l a days. of cake and punch wel'esrrvcu. HI', of NW'i' & NW" of NR'/4 A. .r. THOMAS, '
|'IKIOK FIAmiDA : at the banquet wete sunburned ? I i i poster on the board, and I some H.i.111 Tp 1 ll S. R 2L t contoln-, I MX ,,',110 Cleilt, nndndlt, ,. ..". ,..frtnurd '
RELATION TO SIKN" i Paul has many friends in this small pictures passed around on InK I 130 Ac's', ..,., iiioru or IAHH.. of (CotiTitv ('onitnlMHioin' >iItuuUi.Kt '
If I '
rllKIli: \ anyone slept at Edna's spend- Th.tax to Li,. mild are evidenced .
"H ('otintv. Klorldn.IUTS I
__ __ I world, especially does he have tliu boom iiml! how Mary received many lovely gifts of 'I
the-night party Saturday night ? glowing sugar ,:v -.'i' i 111''''..'.. NOM. 244 Anti 1944 <
I"th" grade has been writon i Why John and Bill have mild I many in B. H. S.-including a I to make sugar. We are getting from her young friends who wished 1211* and 1HS.1 r .p ctlvply, and reI'-i ,\f' '
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fur the
xHimt iinpnld taxes yearn to CHF.Un.E
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her \blrlh-
\ Restoration of Florin -, dislike for a certain city ? pretty tall brown-haired young ready to study about Switzerland ninny: more happy 18.. to I IU! hoth l"d ItiHlM-I niiiount-' iS _

the best was written ] lady from Lnwtey who Is also asenior I in our geography. lays f fMr. itt 3 I" SI3.4S. SouthlMiiniiiNo. a
in Why Dot, Frances Harriet Miriam "
AI.HO' NWIof 8\V' S.MiO: 203: Due Stance ;.1:1: ,, p.m.
,i'.1 i Sponaholtz.) and Edna have decided that j this year. I I'Ve have hud quite a few flowers Tp 41 I ,U.. R. 22 K. i-iilitalillii:, \ ;, 4rtA.I .ti
207- Due Stnrke:
No. 11 :49
und Mrs. W. Brannen nnd : p m.
This gentleman likes to brought to the schoolroom; this R. ,,,,H, snore, r>r leenTh .
I have little too much of young II
they seen a
i daughter, Pauline, of Lake Butler .. t tax.'H I lo l,,' Hold aro ovldnncodi No. 203-DuoSlaike 12:15: \ p.m.
'B> Leland StH, >n.,diolt. ) I Gainesville lately ? I hunt swim and \best of nil he likes week. We aie going to fix the ...-rtlfliiiteH i :ll'lil und Illir, of No. 201---Due tltarke 102U: am.
sandlable about Switzerland. spent Sunday here as guests I'll\ and* I Un\ : n-i-p.-ct i''iy. nnd l.-n-
In their eat. He dislikes rules and pub-
play a large part Harriet Ijenson terribly to
Why was so -
., 1 fur ti..' lIIu..tblJolU..1
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of Mr and Mrs. H. U. Rawlerson. i ""H"nlII"\ iini tax.H "
I,.. .""i to men In Florida. Out I If happy Sunday afternoon? j llcity.I Mrs. Hart Teacher. IMIIH I Klin,: to l 9 ni In.th I Incliitilvo 202 Ptnrke I
II No. Due 1 ::CO:;
Aii-B. Irene Thlgpen and daugh :; : :; p.m. \ I
hundred species of birds I We know. too that with his I ) ,niiiiintlnir i to f7i.tlJ.AI.MI : ;: I'
f nn. I most of the Seniors felt so .
Why .
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ter. Murll, of Palatka spent Men- i KI.J or :' MPInn THn No. 20.--Oue Starke 4 :13: p.m.
i Vnrth America three hundred bad Monday! Buck up Seniors! I I friendly smile and swell personalIty FIFTH GKVDK here 5 S. U.: :22 K, enntalnliig 80 ALTON.Mtiro Nt>. 200-.Due Starke1:10): p.m. '
day HS the guest of her sis .
Hire species have been re-I there beau- !1 that he will go far In this We have started a health con- or leHN. V
iw Why were so many ter, Mrs. B. F. Huzen- TintnxoH tn lip Hold are evldonced No. 208- Due Starke 3:00: a.m. _
,nted, ,'recognized here. About tiful corsages at the Junior-Sen' world. So-Good Luck. Paul' test. The side that loses will have y ,'rrt Ifi'iitt'' N.... 510 and II4H: nr No. 2 H--Due Starke' 9:20: a.m. /r
H. P. Giilney. I ,ilf 'it) the birds of Florida are lot Banquet? I the boys'pocketbooks 'I to give the other side an Easter )32:t and, I llitt.l:*: roHpnctlvt-lv.I nnd ir-i 1'- .'
guess ,'
Starke Bus ,
I Agent: Beasley'aStation
hunt. The leaders Hazen, were transacting business r"xent' 3 lie uninild. taxifor the
,itei I bird because of the large are quite empty this Mammy Sez : egg appointnew in OJteechobee and Ft. Pierce Tues IMII-K 1 111:11; I lo I I'tHH.. hoth i IncliiHlve, Service .opposite court- l 1,
,lea 'r)>f water within the state and inspectorsevery two days. in..nutIIIKT. 1104 I 'HI\). .
I I ALSOHV,. of NKVt Ex. !3A. 1 house. I
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'IF' long coast line that Florida I week.Why Edith Rowe was so happy i Dat was sho' a dull week-end They Inspect the hands and nails day.We are glad to report that J. R. .''....M ,In, NW for & t AIIVK, In ,t
is The approximate number of this week-end ? That boy from the und the teethThe leaders arc: M\V for Hec. 5 Tp 71 I 11. 23 Hcontnlninir jjDANGEROUS
compared to de one we'se heb de Molt who has for the past several I :I2 AcriM, 5
Steve Weldon and A T. Andrews.' I I "IIIOMIIHHH >> \ _
,ikrtn, Florida Is thirty thousand' of must have I
University Georgia week befo' whens we hab de banquet I! days been a patient in a Htarke, It I* ilnnueroue to nrll n Ml II1TI-
nd tht, urea of these lakes Is three been home. We have had our monthly test on Tin tHxi.H tn lie Hold uro ovld.dy l'h'II'h for and dance but den wc'secan't hospital, Is now convalescing at I h i-crlirinnte NOH. lilt! and 1:178: oft.10 .
and .
lousantt! eight hundred and five I Allthmetic, spelling. English.! fur .10' iI1 ICP ('fltonhI'fl are your
+-- I hab sech a good time ebery :nls home here. I : and 1)13.1)' renp.'i' I eel ly, and rv\>- Inst auceics 1,5.0 them flint VflI I..e ,.
miles The coast line of I We are going to have our other ,"!'Hi'nt I lop I iinpald tnxoH for the I
quint .. b."h... hull ii north three
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.Lost and Found week-end. Las' Friday flits mos'lob Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stewart of 'UUI'H9M I to l IIIlH: hoth InrltiHlvo.inonntlntf //I. !
loildii Including the coast lineI I tests next week. We are readingIn 31' i.r four time on ......-" .5 SLIl5I'i'iii"l' I,' 't

I '/ Keys Is two thousand two Found--By Snooky the new | de couples wants Gainesville to a new reader. We are buying Ralford, spent part of thin week II I tax ..to..''\lrh.nll'$HA 74.Hulil '' I"IT.'I her" wiltII i 5 Ic. .- --- I

imdri'd, seventy-six miles long. "pngo boy hair dress and it real- I i to watch de dance dere from de I stamps to help restore wild life in hero ai guests of their respective ,,I I fnilmeiiuenl oinltticl I I i \ or Uivhdmen "
Staikvs deie Mr., and E: will I ho ....1,1 to I tlu- highest
outside. De only gal parents Mrs T. Slew-
,inlv Minnesota of all the states ly looks cute. America. We have some pr..ttyj 'Id.ler at 1 llu* C'oui tlintiH.dour' 'inlarko ,
I| dat I knows about was Miriam. iirt und.l Rev. and, Mrs. G. K.: Mc- ,. 66 6rDS r1..
I ata. larger area of lakes and FO'.lnd-by the folks who went | roses In the room. on t hi. 1 in ilny oi \1'1'11.193H.1 I II"
I My oh me. dat gal said she she'hab' Gauley. iiI I I 11 1 :.nil oVIock A. !MMuled 1
from B. H. S. to Tampa an enjoyable i Bernard Jordan and .
i i ''ltm than Florida. The large : I tlilH. i the I'D Hi day ot !Manli.II.1H. FEVER ii, ,
do bes' time of her life oberI ---- ----
time.Foundby. j Harrell.! I .
M -mi, .in') marshes are another i i I Bryan Reporters.Miss t.tu: 11f iti-r: ''iiTl 'DKKKMAn SRAT.!' ll.iiil.l. "THblel VIrsil dar I : _
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tile Senior Clans anew I dcre. Hlnson. Teacher. -'..1.l ', Itl.'tH: Nisise ,, II
''n I ihe water birds of Florl- I rimr> A .1. 'rllo. r"'I.!' lIe. Iii -Is., .111ISoii {"
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area of the Evergljilesi student she Is a blonde and :i Then Saturday night-did you ll.'lii.il' of KtHikr it' ,.. ( .r'ik'' Try heel :
t l-'lm i.l
.i {two million eight hun- : we know we're going to enjoy her nil see about a billion goodlookingboys SIXTH (iKAIK I III nnd fnt llriidf.ird, I I'.mnlv -1-31-4-10. ""Iy. i Unlment .

,. !t\ two thousand /acres and in our class. Her nnmes Is Harnet -I up town ? Dcy am from North The Sixth Grade has been study l.'"HHl _., -

'nr' of the main: reasons : Benson. Carolina State University an' alia ing about Frunce and its possessions A. 1 KNIimr. II

', Lost-by N. T.-his Geometry taking up forestry as dere lifes the way they dress their 'I...x folleror. ., I Mrmlfiml Cminly.. 3 BOREE FUNERAL, HOME '
i i da has so many migur I t ......t, J'r..p..r 'l ri _
r "* book which hus been missingever work. BO am touring de southern I work and their imports und ex- To no Ian,... due, $ I. i'ir.. .,', l-'ull I HIII or ('HHKvl-H & I'nilertiikern SniIlrit| | ,

since September 10. Please states for Information. About ten ports. In history we have betonstud.lng Hy nimiinu uolhicted, 1 S I 1411 :all i. r0V ,j \ : n t i. \ t N (1; p) s" K n v I (' t,; --j tl'f I _ _
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about one hundred I To Balance due "!.2 1 I'.t59'!' () VV ANsI :NI'JIIT' ,}
FJo"IJa..1 return as NT.. ants;; to know couples wents out to de lake to the first people to come .'110" 't 1..llnr. '
,ids that nest in '
liON E S3I. :
what the course Is about before see dem, an' hab mo' fun talking to America, their! hardships and To nah.n'e dii. "1,373: r.:1I :3 53 I' I _
flU for this are: The I fly //lInou"t, "'011,., ,"<1 S .i.t., its i' II. ItKNNRTT. MenHOMRf.lKK -. 4
I school ends. to demo Dose were sho' nice nnd 1 the they hat to fight the In- .., .. Ii'
mild climate and way To 1 lIuhlllL'. "' li SI. t21'; < \ ; : INRTITI'TION" !
'U.'I swamps : nice looking boys. I sho' wishes S dlans. I ( ..s..s 3 9' II"'IL'' is issi, lIrlIirTo '' : : :!, : 1 !
Florida hasuarm '
iki Because
H the most important reasons whywe I liuhl""'"' due '".491.1 't -
idi-y would move to our fair city. i We are that Muriel Craw- ..
sorry
climate birds are I I | By nl11oUII' ('oltt'tl S I'H'17"' '
should conserve our game ben Sunday most of de crowd i fora and Mury, Jo Culilwell are |,utI "I .. Ihltll" itus- It.. :"117.' .1"I" i1 i'
i immensely to destroy In- birds. If we would do this we i I I'..ip s.f,. If.'I....., I.....rrn I
i hreed more rapidly here menlin wents out to de lake and officially I; of school on account of mumps. To BIIIII'..... could enjoy these birds for I opened de lake season by daringto j Miss Kennedy Teacher. fly. IInI'"lt' "'"11"1.1 t IH""t "I''I. For Expert Repairing I'i I'iSmith's

n.-v do in cold climates.- the future ycars.l3irds go into flat cold Icy water. It i Olin White Reporter. 11I.lan"" ,1 u" $5.t 07 4S

i>' not killed- by the cold not only ate useful for t'siity llhiTo _
I were Jess like Ice water but sho' I Charles Jones, Helper. nAIAnC" disc S 1114110
th we do not have wenther their delicious meat and us dntroyeih ._ _, fly sin, ,,",ii t ,',"t t'et.I S I non ,
,ugh to completely drst'-'iy of Inserts but i makes you feel gooafter\ you ?- ? ? ,1's, I"I"Inn" ". .1.... S t 1'1.""
i iI. > : { they playa
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.. gits out. I 'I....nl ...1.-.1 I 1I..ln. I
.,'ly important )part In the scenery I all de gills am wearing SocietyMiriam To Rn in iii'"' .111.. ",. I I.I2, ( GaragePhone i :
Nearly _
i I.. ".r ,da has many mlgatory birds of Florida. When winter vacationists "y "u"t 'i'Ileetnd I 180.6
school ,
flat heels shoes to now. t 1'0 IInlnll cliii' 1 .293! .14 I
"15'E' of the warm climate and t rome to Florida they enjoy I Som' ob dem are all white an' Guy attended the General 'I''nl I Mu-.1 Ionslet'I. '

Florida'siigatory the of the different dance In Gainesville 0 t3sinne" die I6.U3.01
ranv marshes. Some of sight many College 120
some are, brown and white, an'some ny am..unt .01l..t'l..1 .__ S 840.73 I _
birds are as follows: I kinds of birds that may be obnervsd sho' look Friday night. '1'" 1taiaiic' dllB -- ___tO,022.89 ,
They
am
''''Ins. red-breasted merganser : here. Most of the pastime of I grey. Vera. Manning spent Thursday' .'....10..1lllllll" .
comfortable gals but don't let 'I / '" d..e I 274 71lIy I Wrecker Service Day or Night ,
'''iiada, goose American pipit and the vacationist that comes to Florida dem gib you flat feet. An' I she afternoon In Jacksonville. ,"""suit "'"II"'I..J, S .34 I

'ed-eyed vireo. is spent in studying forest and I Joe Allen Longer, spent Saturday 'i'e tialani" .11". 5 2111.37Vldow's ,
like dose shirts dat a lot of de P.a.I" -9
4
ha' birds of Florida are very observing the activities of the Kola wearing wlb zipper poc- I at Flagler n.ach.I T. rIlllr.n..e ellI" ___. -_.. 137.38 I- -- I,
are
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In 1131'' Ilmnunt .'c'ii'I'I. 4 ..11T
neficlal to farmers and truck birds.I Selma Thornton spent Sunday S i
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I JI"I'I.; S 133.89II.
aimers here. Their food consists recommend that if hunting kets.Cute 111 ole Helen and a certain I Lake Butler ...... 11010.1 II.VsssI

lostly of insect pests and weed season would be closed on game hab been Louise Rosier spent Sunday in To Dalan". due _______U.278.22 IT BELONGS _
black haired Junior boy I III' IUIUJllnt c..II..I.pil. ._ None
:reds. These are a few birds that birds that are becoming extinct I seen together quite a bit often
elp farmers by destroying the for about five years that It would I week-end and so hob Sadieand I following attended theteachers II..nd A Hr...... In..t A IN YOUR ICEBOX r

,eats of a farm. Florida Jay red- Increase the number of these birds I Julian. convention In Tampa from Ilall'e SliskInir dll. FiisITo ,113 RI _

'ellled woodpecker. southern flick- considerably. I also believe thata tails are de rage In dis Thursday to Saturday: Mr. and lit ''uno..t oll".ted S n..51 : '
Pig
,r. bob white red-headed wood- law should be passed that no imitation school now. Lots of the gals hab Mrs. Benson Harriet Benson, Janie 'I'f) Italanee' due $5,643.240O'IICE AT HOME ,

ecker mocking bird kllldeer. and birds should be used for little pig tails among dere curls Mae Queries Jessie Mae Brannen. : "04'..' OK TXCKII I j''I'I '

icadow other birds attention.The Miss Jacobs and Mr. : rlFK'ATKNIS
Mr. ,
lark. Geiger
The birds of FlorIla attracting tied wib cute little bows. NOTl't!': : IIKKKBV OIVEX that

damage about one-fourth of the government has many work- Grlffla. :Mm, i N. H. Harmon hall filed. within
sho' to see Everett
We glad
am ..
rops but yet they keep the Insects ers helping to conserve the birds, back In school now after hablng Miss Mary Edwards spent Friday written together reguent with that the all tiin. unhnef rertlflcaten .- I

rom ruining the crop completely. and wild life of Florida, and] also been absent from school for about afternoon In Galnenvlll I |Ilieuit. omitted or levied taxi held.
I
One of the far- It Is establishing: many parks and -- -- by the "State he advertleed and old
greatest things a week er two wib dem measles. to I the hlichext. bidder for cacti anprovided
n i,TS and truck farmers can do is national forests just to protect the -J s' Yo' Mammy. Allen E. Walker, of Winter Haven hy Chapter 1H2U8 of the

p.."vide places for birds to nest birds and other wild life from be- II ., has qualified with Secretary Of 1917 act of the efflHlature, upon
--- the following: deHcrlbed real entate
.pid feed. They can do this by ing destroyed. The government State R. A. Gray as a Republican In I Iho, County, or Hradford. State ofr'l'irldn. I '

:eeplng down forest fires and spends approximately thenty thou- Chapel candidate for the office of U. .5. to-wlt:
F.ut 2* Town .r f.awtey R: of Hy
'!''anting shrubbery along the sand dollars annually for this purpose -I I Senator. H..... 23, 24, tit, 24. Tp 6 M H.

('nces and ditch banks. Birds In the state of Florida only.In I I This past week has been observed 22 RThe' .
I \n''U'N OP AI'HI.ICATIOI taxes to he Mold are evidenced'
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a.. a difficult time the past few years Florida has throughout the school as "Con-
finding a KOIlI'tX I>KKINOTICE > hy" certificate: NOB. 240 anl 728 of

ic place to nest and raise their received forty thousand dollars servation Week," and as a good M IIKHKHV: UIVFV: That I lH.lt I iv,.I 19.13 respectIvely. an.i rep- .
.1. 1) Crawford holder of Tax OrtlfleatH rHwent taxea for the yeara lOftO to \
''img. from the Federal government and climax:!!: for the week we had as No. ITS ".u"d thn 4th., day ISIS! both Inclusive' ,, amounting to "'j J

Ye Forest fires are one of the great- thirteen thousand dollars from the our guest speaker, Mr. L- D. Vln- of July A. r>. l IUU, haw thou danio. Ill OX. ''f ;"
,"' who Is district representative In my office find has macttt application "'.HO: Let 68 Town of uwtey. !II I
for the coneer-
dangers to the birds of Florida State government Ing for a tea dcrri to..e |liscueC I ,, .

E mu.se they destroy the young vation of its birds and wild life. for the Pulp Mill In Fernundlna. thereon. Malol' rtlfleata mhracru. ._ _
clear the following. -orlh..d property In TUAI.V SCIIKUCLK .1 \j'1't
talk us a
fis': and also the The government Is now taking Mr. Vlntag's gave
destroy places the a'ourty of Flradford State. *f here i,.. r' : I
Schedule of trains
here blpds build their nests. I more Interest In the conservation and thorough Idea of the great Florida to-wlt- arriving 4it1 I : I _
11P and short Lot 34 In Woodlnwn ftoctlon 25Tswn'hlp daily. Subject to change without i .
leaf pine
''Oietlnea it even kills gr.wn"a ot birds thaa It ever has in all the value our long 5 !Smith IlnnK 22 _

.. / Burning the forest ulna I :years prior. 'trees mean to our state, and hew Bun', 1-ontu.lnlnir. 10 Aaron, iniiruiir notice. | wIwp loo-cold: Coca-Cola U loady fot _ _

lE 'ood think it would b. useful accessary it Is for us to be careful I I...". Southbound-Due StarleN'e. i
lor I very
: birds whi.h lire Dle t-I Thia.a"m.nt, "f the Maid property 1-Local------- 112pm. you any time you waal II. when you .
of Florida would fur to protect these tress from forest ,
'JEI weeds grass seeds and If the State undor tie nl'l certificate l 1.- '
said he would ot T. II. No. 107 Through____ 10:03: 8. m. k..p supply In 'family
'orIl18. An aid for Increasing toe nish material consisting .f pos fires. Mr. Vining < MII-I! wan' In t tki name m.I I a your II _ _
I1altl, !>Y. No 191 To Miami._ 10:39: p.
of Inter-
I nt books and pamphlets which be glad to take a group !
r ef birds Is the forest fire ters. I'nl'-i Haul illfU-a shall ben refrigerator. Order by the cue
!stricuons.! In- would teach men and women the ested boys and girls out to the deemed, aecordlra- to law, thapiopiitv N'orU.boulld-lJllu Starke '
We
(L''r' 'S" ihe number are of trying birds by to theP Importance of the birds I believe forest some time and explain many: I mild 'to I the d..",'highest rlli*4. therein hblder, will at the he. No. 2- Local_-_ __ :S:30a.II1'j: L_, i1 \ ((24 botflee) 'from your dealer.STAKKE I _

of laws and if the youth of Florida Is concerned problems of Florida forests to court, ho''''. doue. on the fLrflt )Mm- No t.08 -ThBOUA'h._ : < -.. \ !I _________
game ,
'
IIIt game :
duty In the Month of M.y. l tH.which No 1 Through___ 6:20:: *. mStarke t!
NIl to enforce these game war'j about the future bird they them. III the (nil., day n* May 1555. andViuinee Ilnuifh .'

Many' of the birds of Florida should realie that birds are be- rnJ.al this 25th, duvy of March A.
r>. 1'J5 No. 101 leaves Htarke 7:00: a. ra. 1BO11WJQ
a game birds. The meat of a coming more scarce than ever so Stat. Beverage Department (OFFICIAL.( BKALA. ) \ C. .\-COLACOMPANY j
No. 102 arrives Starke l :SO;( in-
have started a drive i ia the p.
r teat many of these birds is known they sheuld help protect them by agents J. ThOMAS \
clerk of Circuit Court of Seaboard AirUn Railway.T. !
unlicensed
huntIng Miami area against I
( considering the amount of -
everyone delicious .
to be very Bradford County Florida.414L4Z5.
J. GRIFFIN
Agent.
manufacture and sale of liquor.
a 14 demandingThis Is one of they d.o in ope season. .








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a i f.\GK FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.!: BTAKKB FLl1Ri )A FRIDAY APRIL
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I Johns-Boring: Marie\ McKinney' (Is Honoree : OPEN HOUSE TURN IN I

: 'i Mr and Mrs. John L,, Boring, ; At Delightful Birthday Party I ; FAVORITE I II I, ATCCCCAMP ACREAGECOTTON '\
AGE S I of Jacksonville, announce the marriage -
rr. f' 5odeti of their daughter Dorothy Mm Melvin McKinney entertained I I Ii GOLD HEAD BRANCH PARK I
I with a lovely children'sparty / RECIPES< GROVVFK:: i ,i,," ,
Lucille, to Robert Calvin Johns, i NEAR HERE OBSERVINGFOUNDING TO I.i: )
Tuesday afternoon, March REPORT "loi.v! '
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'f ion of Mr. and Mrs L. A Johns, ( 'I
? F4 of Hampton on March 20, 1933. 20, at 3:30 o'clock in her home i' ANDTOMr. (Km-)\, I
honoring her daughter, Gainer has two unusual I II
F young Mrs. J. C. Observing the founding of CCC All Bradford I
Mrs. Johns attended Robert E.
i W 'men's Temperance Stephen t Weldon Celebrates Marie, on her seventh birthday and tempting recipes which Conn\; "",
<< / Lee High School In Jack onvllle, I camps In Florida back in April I I who are growing Sou I
t i I.J j ,.
The home was tastefully! decorated she la willing to share with readers J '
11)33) the Cold Head Branch Park rOJ.
t t' Has Meeting Friday j'lenm1: < h Birthday and Academy of Holy Names in ton this year arc I
t nJon I with wild Easter! (Illllcs, hon- of the Telegraph. If you and veterun's camp located near Keystone In their uir d i '*
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of the weT U Tampa.Mr. I and for this delightful of the are afflicted acreage lit''ti j"". ( ,,;;
The meeting I Stephen WcUlon. Jr son of Mr, I eysuckle roses the rest family Heights! just across the Agent's office "rtv\
will held Friday/ afternoon .it the t'' Johns Is a graduate of Brad o party. I with the usual spring loss of appetite I Bradford County line, will celebrate today ,"I, ,.'"! ,;. ,
and Mrs. S. AVeldon, celebratedhis day, if
home of Mrs. O. E. Stnnsbury from I ford High School and is connected j After playing many amusing just try one of the following I with an "Open House" to they have not ,111",1!,, ,, ,I.. ,,>,*
0011 3:30: until 0 o'clock. The meeting eleventh birthday anniversary with R O Johns Produce Co., in 'I games on I lie l lawn the young people and see how it perks you up: Florida visitors. The dates were BO. The program what ',n ""r
opened with prayer and Mrs, Saturday afternoon by giving: a Jacksonville I'' were Invited into the dining I Frozen Fruit Cake I act beginning with Thursday, this year by the WPA t ".),?!
free
BY ; Stansbury lead the devotional. party, to which a number of his Mr. and Mrs Johns are now In room for refreshments The main 2 cups milk March 31, through April 0. weevil poison and syrup, [."? ,tI", ,roll
Mrs R. L. Kemp lead the Bible boy friends were Invited. Hampton but will be at home to I attraction In the dining room was 'II cup sugar campaign, stat s n a'i
HOME Quiz and a musical program was The boys had a jolly time play- their friends in Jacksonville, after the large white birthday cake plac- >4 cup flour I Special arrangements have been growers acreage must i I"I, old' ',
NEED I f enjoyed under the direction of Ing games on the lawn and roastIng April 1st ed on a white covered table. The Ill teaspoonful suit made to exhibit to visitors progress cd by April 1 If he WII'I",,,, i? ,
FOR ; Johnson --. cake, decorated in and holding that has been carried out /any of the free poison ., KH
r Mills Gladys wieners, after which Mrs -- pink 2 eggs anti syrup
Agreed During the business session! Miss Weldon served punch and birthday Circle Meets\ seven pink lighted tapers, 1 teaspoonful vanilla during the past five years! by The program this yea, wli| be
Johnson was chosen delegate to cake to the guests. was surrounded by dainty lillles. 1 cup white raisins workers of the CCC camps The very similar to last years, With,
the, horn The circles of the Baptist! Wom- one
.r Gold Head Branch Park is! Field Supervisor
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t Ling represent the local Union at the Invited to the party were: Car en's! Missionary! Union will meet Mrs McKinney was assisted in 1 cup broken pecans engaged asstoiis,, the
l n wl'l' W. C. T U District Convention in Grumpier: Mack Futch, Paul E. next Monday afternoon. Circle serving cake punch, and cookiesto 2 cups crumbled macaroons In developing more than 1,240 County Agent in the ,tdmnutre,
ly hometabaracto 9. Gainesville next Friday. She will Canova, III, of Ocala, Bryan Har- number one Mrs. L G. Powell, Marie and her little friends by ',i cup chopped candled cherries acres of lands Into a plant, game tlon of the program

render a vocal solo during the con- rell, Charles Knight, John Anderson leader, will meet' at the home ot Mrs. Gladys Silcox, Mrs. Cecil 1 cup cream whipped reserve and recreational area. Supervision The order for syrup ,,ni/ P01IO(
; far too f, vention. After the business see Lyle Anderson, Bobby Biggs, Mrs J. B. Sapp, with Mrs H L Thomas, Mrs.! Jay Moody, and I Directions: Scald milk. Blend and plans of the work will be sent in Saturday night

videred t sion, the meeting closed with the I Billy Benson and Leonard Smith Brownlee as co-hostess. Miss Doris Silcox. sugar- .flour.. and.. salt- add. milk. ,! _project W_,._..,._+.. are_W..t.the._. joint__.. efforts.nn.t_._" Q.of.....f the. Im,,consequently.... Lu H .those,. who ?, Pmieu !
00 wI
M'' 'Mif circle. Marie Stir until smootn. UOOK ten minutes uy mac
of import prayer received many attractive time will
Circle number two, Mrs J. M not
ky to put Woodmen Convention Brownlee, leader, will meet at gifts of rememberance from little pour over beaten eggs. Cook land|I the National Park Service for any free poison and syrup gel
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Yn friends until thick, stir constantly! Add ownership operationby
eratlons, ] the home of Mrs. R. L. I
' The Woodmen Circle District Kemp.
j the Florida Forest and Park
along In, fed Circfes Will :Meet Monday Convention: In Lake City Wednes- Circle number three Mrs. L A. Invited to enjoy the afternoon ping other cream ingredients.Freeze.Fold Serves In six.whip- Service, officials said.
manr.,1, Cunova, leader, will meet with with Marie were: Lois Thomas, n ,
of the Woman's! Mission well I The Gold Head Branch
Homel Circles day was represented by the Park is qaMr
Trs. Thomas
I Annie Richard at the Statei'arm. Lesley Edward Thomas
ary Society of the Methodist Staike GioveA special bus was hllnK Thomas, Edna Coleman. Chop Suey being developed into one of the
Floridaseveral$ Church will meet Monday after- chartered and thirty-four members Joan Mallory One three pound hen or one state most scenic spots! and
Silcox Peggy Feagle, -
methods ; noon, at three-thirty o'clock. Circle attended. Those enjoying o'clock Circle while number the one meets at 3:30: Thomas, Jr., Tommie Edwards pound frcoh! pork or veal. promises to match that of other
of theestablish Number One will be entertained the day in Lake City were Mrs three. others meet at Bob Edwards, Mildred Ed- I 1 cup celery, shredded. beauty spots where thousands! of r
Mrs, E. S Matthews and W. L. Andrews, Mrs. P. S. Denmark 1 onion s4
) t (j by wards, Dorothy Johns, Elizabeth cup chopped northern visitors flock annually.The
in the hi' M Mrs H B McLendon. Circle Mrs. Jack Maze, Mrs. Paul --' Johns, K. L. Johns, Clarence 2 tablespoon sugar recreational facilities to be G

r recipes, rconvenle Number Two will be entertainedby Raymond, Mrs. L S. Hutto, Mrs. Notice Johns Merry Wlnkler Jessie Mc- 1 tablespoon Soy Sauce or Chop provided include, foot trails which
Mrs L., D Vlnlng A. J. Griff!. Mrs,, Ira Wilson, Mi' Sauce
aFLOWERS
Suey combine and botanical Interest
jjshouaewi.'if Mrs L. S. Hutto, Secretary, requests Millan! Odessa Thomas, Ovteda! .u __ ,__._..._ scenic ,.. u -
thut all Juniors of the Forest I Thomas, Olctha Thomas, Lucille 'z cups ocan Hpiuuts. a oatn )house With excellent t :tf
1 correspc id' AS NEAR TO YOU I and members! of the WoodmanCircle I Alvazez, Margaret McKinney, Camilla I 1 cup bell pepper, chopped bathing facilities, a picnic shelter r 'j,1;1 1qoN ,1I ;\
er busiit i p i| have their dues in to her Jane Moody. Edward Moody, 1 tablespoon black pepper for the !accommodation of large ,

As a t;,| AS YOUR TELEPHONEFOR by Saturday at the latest as she Gussle Mae Thomas, Billle Thomas 2 tablespoon salt groups, a picnic area designed for I

ed onft ALL OCCASIONS Call 123-J must close her books and make Juanita Thomas, Floy Thomas, I Flour small parties a number of summer ,
Lion ag i, ALL ORDERS FILLED report at that time. Sharon HaIl, Madge Brownlee, and 3 tablespoons Cut or lard cabins, n trailer camping' area, facilities : I I
. did systbusiness --.-- Mrs. Marcus Feagle I When using chicken for chop for boating and fishing, a cntA :I Ic.t I II II IJ

: ( ARTISTICALLYECONOMICALLYPROMPTLY :\ Entertains. M.\ S. ---,-.--- I suey always! parboil it until tender, lodge, bridle and hiking trails, and l.e twUnrov
cils wltt' ,. then remove skin from chicken other features of scenic and utilitarian _wa"., ,,ana
Evelyn Stump Entertains
Mrs R. L. Kemp will entertainat ,I
and the
and tha. > : discarding skin remove advantage, together with
ing mot MRS. L. G. POWELL, Starke her home Monday afternoon for Miss Evelyn Stump entertainedher meat from bones and chop fine utility services required for the tOt.o
of thelrFk;j* the VMS circle No. 2 of the Bap- bridge club Wednesday eve- Save three cups of broth. units mentioned The majority of I I a
resource!: tist church. Mrs. Kemp is to be ning at the home of her parents, When using pork or veal for the ground 1 work has been completed '' USE

anent an assisted by Mis. J. E. Chambersand Mr and Mrs.! Fred F Stump chop suey, cut meat Into cubes and the bath house, picnic proolt J ,
tion wit;';;'", Mrs. S. E. Sparks The living rooms were beautifully and brown In hot fat. shelter and other buildings are I ss

( been deThe decorated with various spring The following directions to be now under construction. I'I '

h'preaentf" pir:M LANDRUM Ed. Prevatt, Mrs E. J. Flynn flowers. used either for veal, chicken, or Since this is a state owned park, I I ,
.Iis. J L. Silcox, Mrs Allen Marr, Guests besides the club members -
1' I pork. designated for public use and benefit -
Mrs. Rosa Goodman Miss\
Mrs. Vonda were Alice Monteith
' !woman f; Heat lard until hot, mix celery, the public is especially Invited
Inman and
,
L" Mrs. E. J. Weble, Mrs T.J. Miss Margaret Cassels. A
Interfmation ForLEGISLATURE to visit the area during anniversary .
tag onion, and bell -
McIntyre, Mrs J. E Chambers, prize was given Miss Monteith pepper togetherand -
S ,, week to the work that i is
i see
r,, tai Mrs. P. J. Pearce, Mrs. L. D and a bridge prize was awarded fry in Lot lard being careful
J
which pf ; Green, Mrs, Joe Edwards, Mrs! C. Miss Georgia Katherine Haynes. not to brown too much. Add sugar being carried on.
by being ot;;, :. ,: i J. Powell, Mrs. R. R. Prevatt, Bingo was played after the bridge soy sauce! bean sprouts, For those interested, Captain
been gl ; Misses. Juno McKinney, Bertha session and a prize was awarded black pepper and salt. Mix with Johnson, company commander
{fining--f: McKinney, Amy Moore, Dorothy Miss Hope Haynes.Refrigerator meat or chicken and put all Ingredients will bo glad to demonstrate the

t conserv.ion d4t Alvarez, Ovleda Thomas, Hazel strawberry short into large boiler. Add facUlties provided by the army i. .r dt
and ?-' 's He Will Work For the Best Thomas' Margaret Wehle Grace cake was served to guests and chicken broth or three cups ol to feed, house, and clothe the approximately -

'ttetter>ecau r i Dew, Doris Crews, Callie Herring, eight members of the club, by the hot water when using pork or veal 200 men that are en-
f Interest of Bradford County Arline Dew and Mae Bryan. H. A. hostess. and cook for thirty minutes. Use gaged In the work.

Limit '' Prescott drove the bus and at- .--- flour made into paste to thicken The park can be reached easily Offered Only by New 938

tended. IT.. n., r. Win.. ... .Mnn._ .t. and continue to cook for twenty by coming to Keystone Helsrhts ..,.w.-a..- t.ns
-- -
/ber. of ] "
minutes. Serve over steamed rice- which Is on State Road 28 between
I \ TulJy th The W. T. Weeks Chapter Unit- Serves six to eight people. Starke and Palatka, and turning :;a.t' J;:; w .hi'WAR:
f and me ed Daughters of the
Confederacy, .
---- north 5 1-2 miles on newly com-
t SPECIAL will meet Wednesday afternoon, POOR OLDCANDIDATES pleted Highway 68. If advance ]:
April 6th, at three-thirty o'clock,
notice Is given of the number of
i. at the residence of Mr.
and Mrs.
persons and time of arrival, special O Econ-O-Lite is as re\ uu
L. A. Rennolds Hostesses: Mrs. arrangements will be madeto tionary as SAV-A.S1'EP.
PREEASTERSELLING Rennolds anti Mrs J. E Wilson. THEY MUST PAY POLL TAX
take care of the party famous Stewart.Warne.. n
: ----- WHEN
-- EVERYONE ELSE
; vention that turns! i t ,ir
Williams Stock Co. EXEMPTTALLAHASSEE.
Lion law passed in 1935. shelves into "front" sp e

EVENT To Play Here Soon There's a Floridians employed InVash- This daring new devei'>tp-

yi The Original Williams Stock little quirk in Florida law by Ington-must come home to regis- ment is the first to replat
Company Is being reorganized and which voters! get a break not extended ter. They will be allowed to vote empty claims of economy
i will play In Starke three days In to candidates. absentee ballots in the usual man- with visible proofs Comein

9 LADIES the near future featuring Bob Voters are not required to pay ner. and see it yourself
CHILDREN'SLINEN Demorest, Jr., popular comedian. poll taxes in order to be qualified Registration books are now open todayonthe
The shows here will be sponsoredby to cast ballots but candidatesmust In various precincts. They will refrigerator TERlils
SUITS the local American Legion Post swear they have paid all be moved to county courthouse that gives you
I SILK DRESSES A new tent and other equipmentare poll taxes legally assessed against April Oth.liELCIIING. more for your II' 'I'ts "

Iv now being made and the company them. money and ."0\ ..-

ONLY will hold rehearsals In I The 1937 legislature provided IS NO FUN proves itl I IN ---1

SPECIAL AT Starke. that poll tax payment r.o longer Belching Is disagreeable and 1.1.,." '0 110...... 11.141., on" 'ii'Anr.
This company, which Is owned would be a prerequisite to voting often embarrassing if you take a Hriand, '
1 :
:. ,::? ;
98c by Elmer LaZone- and Bob Dem- but did not repeal' the poll tax spoonful of Bisma-Rex in a glass "k. I'HC nO'rlot' '
; et ,. orest, Jr, includes such! well- law. Therefore all citizens between ot' water after meals, you can expel -
known players as Mrs Marie La- the airs: : of twenty-one ant 1 stomach, gas quickly. Blsma-
S2.95FRIENDLY Sizes 1to3,4toG,7to11 Zone and Mrs. May Blossom Al- fifty-five i'emu In subject to pill Rex: : acts four ways to relieve acid- HARTSTARKE
D.. len. The orchestra will be under tax, unlet-::; they are exempt other indigestion. Go to the Rexall Drug
.Wk s the direction of H. Lee Allen. wise, but there Isn't much paying "Store and ask for Bisma-Rex--50
SOLID COLORS Tax assessors in some counties I doses for 50c.; -Carpenter's Drug C'ilMijI1p.. 5: co.?

f 1 I added $1 a year poll tax to the I-'Store in Starke. FLORIDA

AND FIGURED RF AT.ESTATE. other bills against property. -
w. -- -
ers ana( required payment in
at FIVES other counties this tax was not
assessed. There have been no reports :MODERNIZE YOUR: COOKING

IF YOU WANT TO or attempts to collect the
FOR TIlE MAN WHO CARES SEE OUR NEW $1 a year tax from persons who USE GREEN'S FUEL
| BUY, SELL OR RENT do now own property because col-

ALL STYLES SEE US- lectors and assessors explained ODORLESS CLEAN INSTANTANEOUS
WASH DRESSES they have no means of enforcing
WILSONREALTY ,payment. If you are not familiar with this Wonderful
New Gas ask one of '
$5.00 our
CO. With candidates however, it is customer In Starke about it.many satisfied
98c a different story. They are re-
quired to take an oath that they DISTRIBUTED BY CLYDE CIIAMBERLAIN

GET YOUREASTER have paid all poll taxes legally GREEN'S FUEL CO., GAINESVILLE, FLA.
t assessed, unless! they are exemptby
SUIT 1Mhn reason of age war service
disability or other cause. The 1937
,. HERE GOTHAM /IOJ legislature did not change the Jhe Point of ViewJile
form of the oath for candidates. ,

.1 $5.50.. $6.95$7.00 Secretary of State R. A, Gray o
GOLD STRIPE = called attention to the candidates'''

Sizes 35 to 40 \; poll tax situation! when he reviewed Elie WIFE t
4 / :* .-. the complexities of arranging -
) FINE ; for an election.He ,

lj i -1 :/ announced he had asked sometimes condemns Jj $'C

9 SHOES FOR THE LADIES SILK rZThere's Attorney-General Cary D. Laudia the husband for creat-
ply / for a ruling on whether voters in ing an adequate insur-

SHOES FOR THE MEN HOSE Escambia and Palm Beach counties ance Estate-
must register at least twenty 4 / ,
I spot days before the first primary
SHOES FOR THE MISS &c May 3.

marked for yousomewhere A special law of 1937, applying WIDOW r
SHOES FOR THE BOYS to counties with population be- .

fJ $I.00 -- twen 51,000 and 57.000, provided i always praises the

SHOES FOR EVERYONE Get for registration books to close wisdom of the husband
your name on an ap r twenty days before
n primary.
;, At Lowest Prices FOR THE LADY WIIO CARES plication for I The general registration law allows whoso memory lives", fj

7 ..ry I' insurance voters to put their names In through Monthly In. :.( .

#I YOU SAVE WHEN YOU BUY AT before it's on the hospital I: the,books April until 30. midnight of Saturday come: Insurance. Jjf rtI I \ i ii t1

record! Gray also cautioned FloridIans .. _...
y
;f fl who are out of the state tempo-
11' ALEXANDER & COMPANY Johns & Wainwright, rarily that they cannot make absentee -
\
k: Starke Fla. registrations this year invalidated -
) an absentee reglatra-

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: Ii I i Miss Eva Cunningham and Wes-1, Mr and Mrs. E Caries and I President Vacations In GeorgiaWARM I, I I

I'-v Cunningham of Snnfoid, were |, Dill Price, of Jacksonville\ and I

rI I here Tuesday visiting Mrs E, M. Misses' Mutllde Farinun and Laura TheLetter ] I,

Bits ofONC'ERNING i I II Thomas. | Sutures of Havana, Cuba were the L[ Box i :<;;:"1 : S

I ------ -- C.I I! luncheon guests of Mrs. M. Dew ; ,

Mrs, T. J. Griffin Mrs C. I Sunday. Mr. Carles Is the SpanlHh :

I Ommpler' nail little daughter Mar- j consul stationed In Jnrksunvlllc I i

cal NeWs'OUR tha Jane, were visitors In Gainesville '\ ..---- -- Starke Fla., ,I I'
I l March 29, 1938. tI'l' t : '
Monday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Duiden and '

I' daughter, Mrs Jeanette Klncald. 1v Editor Telegraph, >

\ PEOPLE, BUSINESS A DI'IOf.lmss and Mis. c. P. Klnchen, of of 'Tampa were here the first of Dear Sir: : I

OF THE COUNTY AND TOWNi Jacksonville spent Sunday as the the week visiting Mr un Mla O In your last week's paper I read :;, i

/ ) f guests of his brother. Mr. and Mrs. L. Beusley. On Wednesday Mr. and of thieves digging; up and carry- ? I ,

ft C. L. Klnchen. Mrs. Durdeu and Mrs. Klncald Ing away flower plants from sev'j'j 9 ,.' : ., .(
I night recently. Only l i', :B: ,
I ---- --- went to Albany Ga., to visit relatives. r+ V < eral places at t.

I Mrs J. r. TomltQHOn and son, \ a Just a few days ago a rogue en- ,'

;" ..,-i Taylor spent then Mrs. H. C. Wlmberly, of Highland Larry, of Lake \VJales/ were the \ .--- ----- ,rte JUI tered our fenced garden and stole I I';

\I ., ,J Lawtey. ), was a visitor to Starke Wed. guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. '' Mr. and Mrs, George C. White choice roses from bushes between

_- nesday. Knight Wednesday and daughter, Frances of Tallahassee 10 clock a. m., and 4 o'clock p. '; t

i Hutto spent Wednes- -.- I will spend the weekendhere m. In the daytime. :, dl dlR .;

j ,jg L s City. Mr. and Mrs Tolbert Black, of Mr. and :Mrs. A. D- W411Iumson, with Mrs J. W. White and seems that some people do : "t, I I '
Lake
; ,"Iv ,n .. ----- Macclenny were visitors here of Bradenton and Dr. J. C. Richard I Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Alderman not know the ten commandments; 1 "'t

A. Fischer Thursday.J. of Miami, are guests of Mr.l Sunday night Mr. White will leave or have no respect for them. .: :
Mrs. W. "
Rev and MRS. F. A. SCOTT.OIMIO ,
me Jacksonville for a business trip to
Jacksonville. and Mrs. H, A, Bishop.
h'Lent Monday in F. Klckhter spent last SundayIn I ---.-- Washington, D C. ;- ;' 'N.-;, f.j l tTt1
\ OK 11'1' Fell
Palatka with his sister, Mrs. T --- '
: InI'U: 1 '
j and Arline Dew Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Misses Grace I K. Strange Mubrey Among those who expect to attend l riinlr Hill ,... 1'1:1\' : t :j I I
JL.ni I Wednesday in Lake City. of Jacksonville were guests Sun- district \nTf4-K. 1 IS HBIII'TIY I1IVKN: that ,
a meeting Saturdayin :
-- day of friends and relatives in T I AMrnnan, hnliliMnf" Tax Cel'tIU'tile ,

-Mrs. E. L.. Matthews C- D. Williams of Tallahassee Stiirke and Theressa. Gainesville, of the Young Peoples ____________ _-7 __________ No. 4tl'l iHKiic-il" has the filed 2n \ Mi' and Lenders of th. Baptist WMS l j of Inly A. D. 10.14. same ,,,1 1
,t1(j ,,,\\-ilnesday' in Jacksonville. was a business visitor in Starke, SPRINGS. GA President Franklin O Roosevelt al the' In my office nnrt him made appllatlon l' ',
I lire Mis. R. L. Kemp Mrs. E. C. tor" tax deed to he issued'l I It
,
.
i"i --- Thursday. The Rev and Mrs. Wm. Lake, Priest Mis H. L. Brownloe, Mrs. wheel of hiM open car. as he held an interview with correspondents In ; t thtroonSnlil I
I the folInwInK
Jr. bus- oortlflrntoinlirn' < ""
A w ,Anderson was a of Jacksonville were guests Tuesday T. K. McClane Jr., and Miss\ Fannie In th"rminty "
IFis, visltoi to Jacksonville, Mon- Miss Gladys Elliott is spendingthe of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin Silcox. Members from all the front of the newspaper men's cottage( here where he stopped to chat I of drHirlhfil llrnrtfonl" ,property, :<|1.8 of Plor' t'' ,

II ,IY week-end in Santa Fe, as guest and Mrs. Carrie Rltcli. New River Baptist Association are while tliving through the grounds of the Infantile Paralysis Center dn. towlt.VorthfiiHt. I
of NoilhwenfQunrtir -
/ Cliinrlnr
._____,__
of her I
parents.Mrs. expected to intend the meeting. Suction 2S Tnwimhlp 7 I
H. v. -- ---- --- I nit" 22! KiiHt,."itulnIIIK l
Knight South.
l'Q'' tr.1 i Mrs. were i IK- >
Mr. and Mrs. Roger \ird of ------ '
\ or 'IPNH.
40 ACICH more
"
,Bit, r:, ,n Jacksonville, Wudneiiov E. W. Hayes and Mrs. 'w.\\ St. Augustine, visited the lattcr's FLA. STATE **..4.J7Airs. NO "RECESSION" IN AGRICULTURE ThiHII' II..KIII<'|II of (I1' Bald l properly -
milil, tlfli-nle. Issued .
A- Hcssunt Jr., were visitors to muter the t-i-i
a' parents Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Denmark ..
; Brian nhlltlcld, Cor.Ilrldce Was 111 the mule of 1. P I.e.
Jacksonville last Thursday. here Thursday. PICTURE AROUND BROOKERMore Unless nalil cartiricnta shall l hll ri>- "
Z Adkins will attend ( In the I
\ clnemoil aeenrdlna tr w 111'01.I'ly
I"", .-' --- --- '
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.. herein will be sold "
1. I.d lub building dedication Mrs. F. L. Kelly, of Orlando, The Rev and Mrs. William Lalt, fluli than COO acres of land l In I the sotting of tobacco plants will ti> the Ui-xorllx-il hlwhcHl blrUtt-r at the coin.i iIn I I ,
9 'lenny today. Former I spent the week here with her par- of Mrs Robert Km- entertainedthe .iiMOi.nr, on the (I,""wi Slander In, '
Jacksonville Tuesday
were guests -
Farm Bridge C'lnb Thursdayat lire Brookor area of Bradford he completed within a few weeks. the month of Slav 109\ *. which 'In
K. Carlton will be I.
; > u I Doyle ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Andrews
of Mr and Mrs. T. J. Griffin 19311Mntiil .
: of Slay,
the Snil day
I ., ._ her home. Varied spring County are being devoted this Probably no other county In the
h pal speaker. --- ---- I An. I
y niul Mrs. Carrie Rttch. al 'thin .111.. day ntI'h.: -
_. __ I flowers placed to advantage In year to tobacco beams! cucumbers entire State Is more suited for I
,
John Inman, of Jacksonville wasa ion\ I /
---- and Irish potatoes variety of "money crops" thanBradford OFKH'I. $I.r..\ I
the living room and dining room, i ( I
visitor to Starke yesterday. Mrs. James Godbold and 'son A 1. THOJJ.AS.jf, ni/ s -110
II P. Galney. one of the leadinggrowers County with It's varied
where luncheon was served at one I Jerk at ('trentr'nurr''of"I
LENT A WORD I ; ; James, of Jacksonville were the ,, o'clock. / of that section of the sculls and other advantageous i I Mrndfnid" 1 I'oiinty PlorlJn. .

\'Islt our !Siore: and our new guests Sunday of Mrs. W. S. Stio- Playing continued for several founty yesterday said that from joints. State-wide prominence 4-1.r.1.4,2, 'If' ,

I shipment of oil und wood range. man( and MrsS.. S. Cowling.J. hours at the end of which prizes his farm acreage, devoted to the hits already come to the Starke I 'NO'IK I-1. OKi .. n 1.1 III" T\\; \ ,'
COLUMN :
| John II. Ddimark Furniture Co.; ------ .--- 1:11: 'riKi'- \'i I-'N:
were awarded. string !bean crop, he would pick and Lawtey sections' as strawberry
i VOTICR" IS' MICKI'MIY: IIVRN that r I
,'I. !M". Flowers for every I B. Seymour who has spent I about :200: bushels of choice giant centers' rated next to Plant'' John Hampton has fll..'tl, with' minrlttpti .

1 attractively arranged, i I Mr. and Mrs. B. G. MIddleton, of the past few months in Miami ptrlngleaa und bountiful beans City which IH the world's largest !) ri'iiii-Ht t that. I the tax ror'I i ,I ,
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mcttue', of llfll-.UCH. 'toRflht, tell ii lilt KUl>BfiliMMit '
.t naiily priced. Mrs. N. Dt Atkinson, Ga., were guests Mon\ will return here Saturday as u birth f I within the next three weeks. Mr producer of winter strawberries. ontlttorl or levied taxis held

.. tit Phone 102, Starke day of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Mid- guest of his father J. M. Seymour. McIntosh announce the i> u Gainey has about 30 acres devoted Hrooker hold:' a good load! over hy (he Htuto be mlvisrt, ( iHrrt. and l sold l '
dltton.; daughter In their home to the highest .lihlflcr/ for ""wit 1e. .v\ '
F tf March 18. Mrs MrRao! lo'I'ldaY'1 (to this crop, besides a large many other sections of Florida In proxliled. liv Chapliir, 1811118 of the 't I
I Mrs '1'. E. Duncan and children amount of the other crops'! mentioned the production of a variety of tobacco I lead\ arts, of the 'LrRtstattlre, upon 1/
daughter of Mr and Mis. dpM'I'1 bid real, , following
the
Mrs. James of Milliard and
i HSFACTION:; ASSURED Shepard Teddy. Jr., Sue Carton and I benns cucumbers and Irish In county Vlniilforil. State' 't)
need a laxative, take Is the of her son-in-law and Miss Elaine Gainesville Bouvier :"t.I: : 't I
ou guest Wynn, rein-I The Brooker section ever advancing potatoes In thai section of \the .r i. '-w
',icrlies. It like Mr, and 1 Mrs C. A. relatives. Friends sympathize with : NK'-i; t.f NWV "f NKi/4' of BWH 7 I
f h tastes d.iughte' were here Friday visiting as one of the lending agricultural county, also will be found n Hub- r? I
tives of Mrs Drew In her death NW', of NMH ..I. NI-Jl'" ofHWi } h
mi acts gently and thor- Knight I: I sections of the county stuntinl acreage devoted to watermelons A lP.j nf H\Vl, of KK'i of I!
I n (is guaranteed' to giveon Mr and Mrs. EY.. Hayes, Jr.. I which occurred the home of her contributed largely to the BUCCCHH which for has N\VU Her' 35 'rl"| 5 H. II. 22 i r ,
many years '
C. coiiialiiliiK': 10 Ai-i-i'K" more or
R. Drew Thursdny.
for it Is a Rexall .\1'I.'s, T r Chastain of Jacksonville, were week-end non Miss, Beth Yongue of Reddick, of tobacco growing: in Bradford brought additional spending money .IcflH I t I''

I Duy Rexall Orderlies atRI and son Ciulton and S G Den guests of the former's parents Tax last year. The crop I Ills year, of to the pockets of growers In the Tim taxes to hu Hnlil, nreevMencpilI'V .' .

th, xall Drug Store Corpen- mark were visitors to Lake City I' Assessor and Mrs. E.Y.. Hayes. Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. tolncco. is largely decreased due "pinch of fund" Hcason. AIl'rplnrbuck ; ." 'I'IltI""I." > \, ;. IKK and N70 of 11; j1,
G. (CalJwell. TI38! met, ) 111.:I:'I reH|>p'llv..ly. and r"I''J| !
I tor's Drug Store, in Starke. Sundays I ------_._- to the fact that all of the approx- with more vim and vigor, resent tHxett fur the years 11I37. f Iii
--.-- -- to 10.11)), both inclusive, nnmtintlnKto :n
\\ It It old mattress and 1
your imately twenty growers are operating now more than ever these districts
.
ll III.Snhl '
I MISSION; II\LL. $ | i'
II I $11.05. you can Kt one of our new Tho Mission Hall will observe Its according to crop-control as promise to become real shipping lax eertlflr'atoe. toRnthi-r with : 1

II streamlined innerspring miittrcNHen. requested by the Federal government centers within a few years that flit Hiili.. ..MinHnt ontlltt'il" or l,1-\dl l '. '
I 'Terms to nult. John II. fifth anniversary Tuesday night lax,'. will ha| sold In the hlahoxtl.lild.T ,A,
will with counties of
and the service promises to be a compare Dl.( i Ito CoiirthotiMff door 'In ,i "II
t
Denmark Furniture Co. "Enthusiasm has Mr. many more times the acreage of Inllte the Ifilh day of April I +
not died. fJ :
most unusual one. The Choral !! :t.;: ; : :
-- ----- -- from the DuBose Academy Galney said, "but rather, the far Bradford. | ? '

r :Mr, and Mis. D. E. Knight will group wIthI'op'onh'ol ___-- __. _n_ __.__ 1938 ;, I( I
of Orlando, headed by Dr. and mers ore complying strictly .. ;''I
have as their week-end guests TOUNSKNU: NOTK'K': (IIFI'H'I. "" 'IAt.)
allotment of acreage/: t
Mrs. DuHose will have the eve \. .r. THoVIAH.rleik / .
'11-/; 1 mil 10 Langford. who Is a The Next Monday evening! April 4, of riroult. Court of .
ning services in charge. Among the largest acreages of \
s U-aehir) in the Haifordriioola Hrndforil Klorliln ; '
i :jiuHir a regular meeting of the local 'ounty,
Choral (group Is comp of I two any grower In Brooker (area prob- 4-1.:1I.4Jfi.: I Ii
!
even Townsend Club will be held In
S, Matthews . _. boys and) seven gltls, in nil, ably that of R. 1<::. Ilazrn, exceeds 5o'l i l lR
Advertisement Paid For By Friends of Eugene --- Courthouse here. Thursday evening 1.III"! x n,H oar T '\; 41 'i'
and an evening "of Inspirational' with twenty-three acres of his 1':11'1'1'.':" I I'
-. ---.... -- ,, !Mrs L. C. Ray will go to Jacksonville ritual April 7 a special entertainment /\ ITII'P' : tu iircniEiir' I11V1:N that Y 1\\
&-J -\.wvw __n._. .- !:>r.' music, testamony, and other choice farm lands devoted' to tobacco .I'i ,
tomorrow and' spend a : will be given at the High R Wamlln has fllffl with mwiliti'ii ; .1'
will be rendered, Including n message growing Others follow-up 1.I".t.'h"I' the. tax r rliriciitnn -
with her and
week daughter-
NAT SEZ son School audltotlurn, officials of the '
: together with nil mibno0111 '
by Dr. DuBi.ao. i i with from one lo ten acres plunt- ,
.n l.iw tli" Rev and Mrs. Lauiter Club an id. A worthwhile program '1"1 .,IIIo.t nr '\ heM' .
\VcIl. uli.it II' 'I' know about A chorus of local boys andgirls i,! ed. liy 'thiHlntt> In, ...l vq'nttares, sal' i;
Ray._ will also be heard and u G'ant'! BlrlngleHu beans running will be given, It was Hinted und 1 a tn the highest. lil'Mir, for each n -*
till ll! I enter u golf competition In i '
.
I' $1.00 bill will be given away. IISUl'e Pl-ovlilmt hy Chopri-r 182\18 I \ of th.11U7 .- I'
(I:i\i\f\ to attend" officials In
: the first prl/o' IH. u nice juicy gut nti, Mrs. Walter Splgener, of Mission Hall for the- past year' will bountiful variety )promise to step an IlnnounCelnent.The urged' the folluwliifr('nlllli V,\ nf'",rlth-il Itrnilfrtrrt."lint entnIn fttai' *- i ,i;'

It, ,, .,., M.\M\ Now I daini this N an un- St Matthews S. C., and Mrs. P. be made. Into limelight within. I2> 'In HWt.; Of j I
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lalr trade and I'm going' The meeting This week attracteda Growers have more than 200 acres NI':'i In nrnham" fler. 29 1'p| 7 t
practice
Varna do of Palatk.i I
I IV. spent ,N. Tl. 21 K.. .t ,
( to \\ rite to I'residcnt Kooseveltml crowd und the subject of "mon- planted' In the Brooker section, Federal Surplus Commodities
Wednesday in Jacksonville. Thi hixss In Inmilil in.IUIMICI| '
toll him the Rolf clubs downrfro ey" was ably covered' from a Biblical that promise tu take their place asa Corporation has purchased hv rprttrlcntn Nan. 101 and;,: 538 : r i f II i
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standpoint. The special. mu- "money crop." more than 400,000 boxes" of Florida 11127 and 'in.11 roHpHitIvi'ly.' and rep I
\lJ' are discriminating ugalnHtthn Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Sparks and resent lnxi" for the yours tld) tttll ..
\",, Hebrew race I don't have n clatiKhtir' Saletta, were guests sic was rendered by a group of the Cucumber acreage in that dlstilct oranges to date this soiiHon. 1 linth' InrlUHlvc' nniniiiitlnff I.
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larger girls and their Easter num- ----------- -- --- -- 1121 03. .
doubt In the world that \\oiild afternoon of Mrs. Spal ks' of the county holds sway thin.
Sunilny ber, "The Risen Christ," was well 5,11'111'11 III' H4I.I1 III1" \ Said' (lux ii'ilIflnt' l"I<,"h,-, wit' : It''
hnwon I that competition if it pments, Mr and Mrs. E. L. Wllnn. year, where more than 123! ncres < ':1:111 l'H''I| KS: nil Bill.f..iii.nl'| onillled or. l.cvlt-'l. !

hadn't l been for that darn ham, .- in Green Cove Springs. sung. are planted with small cucumbers I: NOTH'H: IS IIKKKIIV: ; 'HIVKN: that tnx' Hill ht HUM tu the hlKhVH \\I
The following facts were '\Ir'n them. Growers lohn/ VVIIIIilniH" has. fllcil with me'w'III'n ltll'i-r at IM( ('ourthouse dncir InHI \
lint every time I'd tee up und get all net for 41 "hole /In oni>" I rould I Judge find Mrs A. Z. Adkins returned brought out by the leader: The begin shipping this luscious iciiiHHt iiiitoilirr thnt with the nil tux Hiib certiriinri'x -- 11 aIIIao' \ ,,','luk.1 .MDii.il I.

'list hoar hat( poor little pig'4 Monday evening from MI- love of money being the root of Florida vegetable in a short time, 'IH"IU ,",lipid or, "I.,\lr-cl I'''''.'" held 1011 thin the 2(11( li day or M.irrli,. 'S
tho Stale .IIK .h"'II..1. and, Hold
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squealing| und jou know how ten- I ami where they spent n week all evil (Second Timothy. 0:10): ) ml anticipate an unusual return, t lit I ho hlKhHl'' ( 1,1dda'. | rut OHMh, IIHliiovldvil (O"'I"I'I\" f L[ 141.1:: 1.1 )

ucr-heiirtod I am. 'with their son-in-luw and daughter and the fact of so much being said from It for the 1038 season. by duiium-HIM)* of the ;A, .1.. THOMAS.I'Ulk 1;of <'lrr'Ulf I 1'nfipt nfllruilfonl ,/
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I \ Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guy. In the Bible about it, It Is therefore Irish potatoes, with more than lllU 1":17: following arts( /of the d""I'I'I..1 fjpMrixliitiirc.. | ,Ixr,1 HftfltftIn upon Cotinty. Klorhla.MIIK I

quite essential that the Chris- 150; acres to their credit In the the Counlv. of Uruijfiml., State: -' .
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n" Shark Skin Miss Martha Brownlee and MissShirley tian be Informed as to his responsibility ever thriving section will hold ..r Kloikla. to-wlt: i01:: ;-all' F11M'I' \ \ If,
should H'i( of :W'/4'\ of' =.XK'l: of SW'iHer. (1'11'1'11"10'110'1'1"1' : :"
the
Pickett, students at Stetson and place money sway soon, growers any as one 22 'rl"| 0 H II. 22 K.: contiilnlnir :-; : IH HKHKIIV (.II"FJIh"t- I M
SUITS FOR LADIES University In DeLantl, spent hold in his I1feRemember of the best seasonal outlooks In 6 Aires" morn. or h,,,.. TIMCNII Ili-cUer' ha" fllixl with me I
The 'taxes to hu Bald nro .vl..ne..dhy l written reiinem that the. tax cortlfIcnteM (
the week-end here with Miss Tuesday night I. AprilS years npproiches.: Broukcr and La i ortlflculH NOH. 3110 and Kii7: of l.im-llHT. with nil mihNeiiuenturn 1'r I'it I
Assorted Colors Biownlee's parents Mr. and Mrs.J. : and the J DuMone Academy CrosHO have long been noted for 1M2! and I IUIII!! !:( ruHpwctlvuly and, 1 re|>- III iMi or levied taxes, held hy the i('!
i"'H"iit unpaid taxes for the yearn .1 In to tin iKlvnitlMDil, stud nand to thehlirheKt il
M' Brownlee.Mrs. group. growing Irish potatoes, some of Id.'ll: : to 1914 both InclUHlvu niiioiintmif lilililer for mush "n ",'"vIeJ. \ ,
/ $4.95TOM .- the best quality in the State. tu fU.29 <'.1! hy t'hnntrr H20l of Mm 10\7: acts '
1'1111,1 tax uvitiricateN toicvlhrr with i>f the, l.rirliiliittiriupon the follow- j. 1
O. J. Griffin, of St. Augus- St. Mark's Serl..icesFrldoy Nearer Starke, In the Water Oak all subsequent omittCMl or l evluil lug iluHcilhed real l estate In the li

tine, Is spending the week here night at 1:30: o'clock, and Vanderbilt section of Bradford taxes will lio Hold to the hlKh,,Kt I'ounty of llrpilford. I state of Florlilji. -
hider: at the Courthouse floor In lo-wlt: i
with her daughter, Mrs Ethel Rev. Newton MIddleton, of St. County, several farmers are stnrk on the 16th day of April, K"l( of I.nlI! A Lot 10. 11 A WV.of ..
SAWYER Biggs. Mrs. Griffin was accom- John's Episcopal Church In Jack devoting about twenty acres to 1'JIH, at 11:00: o'clock A, M. Uit' 13 In Wnodlawn See 10
forted thin. the :20th day of March Tp. 5 R R. 23oJ. containing' 30
for YOUNG MEN Summer Suits panied here Sunday by O. W. Griffin sonville, will deliver the second of tobacco. Already more than 13.18.OKKICIAI.. Arri-ii, more or learn I : ..i

and Miss Helen Cook. his series of talks on the Lenten twelve acres of the total I ( $I' AL) Th. taxes to Im oM are "vl end MEN A. J. THOMAS.lork : hy certificate Non. 507 of 1931 r.-
who ?
FOR BOYS season. Sunday at 11 o'clock a. amount has been set. Among leadIng of Circuit Court of "pectlvnly. and represent taxes' for

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Walker m., Holy Communion; 10 o'clock growers of tobacco In these sec Ilindforil County. Florida the years 1932 to ID.1H. both Inclu-, \I!i
YOUNG 4 I It 4-15. Hlve/ amounting to 171.11. i ,
stay $1.98 to $3.98 and family of Milton, N. C., were church school; 4 o'clock p. m., tions are Ben Faulkner and Scott Sold tax. certlfli-alnn tnirelher'

guests last Wednesday of Mrs. C. Lenten Study Class. Alvarez. With favorable weather with all xubHeiiuent omitted or Lev
Mate tooki count II. Murphree. Mr. and Mrs. Walker | If Exc.. Acid cautxi ied taxes. will )>.. Mold, to the highest
-make LH ========= FREE I you pain of Stomach bidder at the Courthouse door In
your were returning to their home A" Htarku on the Iftth day or April.
appearIhod.rS1 from a visit In Hope Harbor. LIFE OF JAILOR AND LIFE uic.r., Indi. .tlon, 19-18\ at 11:00: o'clock. A M.

In whit or rwo- FAST COLOR Bloating,C..,Heartburn,Belching, Dated thin the Uttth day of Maih..
19t\ ,
tons ityUi OF A SAILOR SOMEWHAT SIMILAR Nau... free of UDCA n
Mra. H. A. Bishop and Mrs. get a sam pl. (OFFICIAL SEAL)
S.e thtm. Printed Dress
A. J. THOMAS
and a Ire Interesting booklet at
Lois Johns were In Jacksonville I'lnrk of Circuit f'ourl of 4, +

Goods Sunday visiting Mrs. Sarah L. Maybe you often think to your I i been a jailor here the second story CARPENTER'S 4-1 8 t,4-U.Bradford County. Florida. ,1

Hamrick at St. Vincent's Hospital. self that you would like to be a of the building das been floodedby ,

Friend here are glad to hear that jailor. a "high" Inmate who felt

lOc ydUp Mrs. Hamrick is improving. Listening to the sad story and things were too quiet and dry be- FUNERAL DIRECTORMy

-- woeful plight of one who has beenin low in the Jailor's quarters Twice
k = I Many Yean Experience Makes It Possible. for Me to Kinder
=i=== Mr and Mrs. H. M. Rlcharde that position for a year, the Mr. Rowe and his family have EFFICIENT, PROMPT And COURTEOUS; HKKVICR

FULL LINEMen's and Mrs. Annie Ricbarde of the story is interesting but one is soon had to scurry about placing pots MODERATE PRICES

State Farm had as dinner guests convinced that the job Is anythingbut and pans to catch water that trick DeWITT C. JONES 1

I PETFts Straws Wednesday, Mrs. K. B. Norman, soft. led through the ceiling and down Starke Florid

I S Sh Mrs. S. S. Avcritt Mrs. Ethllnd Jailor Ben Rowe who is round- the stairway. One time the Incident Bee .". I Muht ph. l.1: :>

Sherman Mrs. John Ewouds, all ing out a little better than a year's .
$1.00 up went on for a good while andwater
of Jacksonville, and Mra. Elizabeth service as Jailer of the Bradford
from bath
an over-flowing .
Zondervan of Holland. Mrs. Zon- County jail says that he confronts

dervan bas found that American many problems. There are excess tub where a prisoner went "wet"

& BOYS' prison conditions contrast favorably noises, sometimes caused by a sent Mr Rowe and family from ACCIDENT!
S MEN'S their beds to hunt dry quarters.It .
with those of her native land. member of the "upper-ntory, who I
has gotten too much "corn spirits" has about gotten to the point time pick
Every a
Wash Trousers ------- you up paper you !
The Choral Club of the DuBose and ever so often one Is called out where Jailor Rowe, when suddenly

1 Academy of Orlando will appearat in the middle of the night to help awakened doesn't know whether read of Automobile accidents-You I

:- : $1.00 up the Gospel Tabernacle Tuesday chase an Imaginary object from, It Is water comln from the cell- should see our liberal policy for $10.00) I

night and special music and other the backyard of a neighbor. Like ling or the alarm clock going off I

: treats are In store for all those the middle west where dust stormsprevail I I to call him out of bed. Alter all per year.HAROLD.

It Pays to Buy atSTERNBERG'S attending. Afterwards the Acad. Jailor Rowe has a fat that Is a part of the game, the official

emy group of eleven persona will more complicated side to his story, thinks, and smiles broadly C. WALL, AGENCYAll t

leave on a missionary tour which that comes In a form of unexpected when he tells of dodging ceiling form of dependable Insurance 1tiII '

takes them through Georgia and floods. leaks caused by a half drunk inmate -

Tennessee. Twice now since Mr. Rowe hot I who floods the bathtub.
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAMI. STARKE. FLOltlUA FflIDAY.APRIL_ t. IDS)
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--- I ,'>'i'I llvolv, nnil "I'pprmmt. (lie unpaid I l..o l tit tHXHH fttb,' "
i ,, ""-" fur the yeiirx, 1\133\ to 1D3H 1938 both IncluHlv.., "> ,
I ,,,''h I'," iisIi', ,', II"lI1l1nll', ( to $17.20. 'J1 I u'iSHlll' ,
} r 1 .\I.'O I 1..1,l Hill 27 "','mpl,,* l 'tllX ...M T I IfI!. HI' t
,, l FARMERS SECTIONNOTES I From Other Pens LIVE STATE NEWS 1 \,i,1 !I.(. Still.. ho, III NKVj <"f NW'4 all NUlmenjllflit nnilu' i
AGE S, 1 & l-illl, ..r WM' ,'r N1.J\'LW\ of H)' taxes will be "Old I IIIi.h'r i." 11, ,. ,
A. :.VIC-> Clip. "f MI.}'!. of NWVi StlO."K .. at I the I'OIIM'l, I ',,,m,,,. I
NOTES OF INTEREST TO BRADFORD GROWERS FLOKIDX F\fTH IN SHOUT I'.lLGR.t1'hIS I IS :! Tp.. II 8 U. 22 15. Storks on the 11th. I TintnxpH I I KI i hn NCIM are I,\'tlicedt I IICIH, at 11-no:/ ni ,I.H, \ "
CRACKDOWN CRAZE L. t ri.-llfk-iiti-| I ITUa: of 1933 ,tEl- l'ut' <<.I'lhIH l Ii,,> I'M' ', ,,1.1\| 1.
.. I I !SPREADS 1 I.V' ('()SN.C'TIONUITII FREEDWEST I i.II""I.v.. I I I ,mid, rcr| ''Hpnt I lh" unpnl I!015.
FLORID CATTLE 1 L\Y "'UJun.TXE i t'. S. L'VS OKANCES: YOt'TIIS ,...-.. fur I the )'''Rr.. 1033 lo l 11/3N.i (OFFICIAL Sit \L)
AND! LAC'TATE I 1 LAKELAND.--The Federal Sur- PALM BEACH. ,. ,,,,, Ii I InilUHlXP.,, ninmintltifi, t" 17.U. A. .1.. THOMAS-, .
PATTEN __ !' I M.HO" : One Arm nf 1.i',"1,11 111Htnrli ('I"k" ,,f ,'I|,', "II|, ,
Hints To Housewive ; ADAPTED CLO\EU!S plus Commixlltles Corp. bought John L. Moore yesterday
ON It looks an though Florida, clUe'g I. <- Hoiimlccl R )hy Temple Bradford i'ouinNOTirn I,I" I
'e 25,000 boxes of Florida oranges chargcs against three youths Avo. K l hy Priilt foil W bv HaiiilvlHinl 5-lt.: .N.
ar<. getting the crackdown era: l.anil, & N By I 111',"II, !'.-- ------ -
\\'('C'klIrom: Homo Demoll"trn'Tull..h"'ee GAINESVILLE Cows In clver < In connection with delinque it' yesterday paying an average of went joyridIng In an airplane .l..iii' Acl
/ .j n reality In other sectlor* slxty-fhv cents a box for U. S. No.e out tlnlr owners permission nil" In Sit CmSIT.' 28 Tp 0 H : is 1":111:1'\"': : .
Inn long
Specialist taxco. Florida. especially th! ifl I 12 cents for U. did about $600 damage to the $ It. 22 I W.Tin .. till whom It I mnv,,. i (<,u," ,n, ,
Fcor of the country but mostly a dreaD 1'' grade and fifty-four I.., ell .vltl""l',1
counties- has been notorious In th loses I t. are nil the ZlHt day of Am II :J.i
; In Florida may be a reality her* allows owners I t 01 I S. No. 3. Purchases for the seasone plane. l rortlfli-Hto XOH,.. ttHA: Hlicl' 407 of I III ,,','Io'k A. M. fill- ,nix I.',"! ::
it
MOKE STRAW BERRV REC1P1.8 during way property I 1,292 carloads.I mill Iit4! : rrxppctlvely Hint ,'...p'nt liort t nnd nuplv. f"i, Kin" "11 i i" > ,,
conducted aggregate --
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j I noon. Experiments !skip paying taxes. The cities hat I ", th. unpnlil tnxcH for the nn AtlmlnlHtriitiir" or, 'Ii). i .
fly I the past few months have ifJdicated .:] not been much more severe thaI I -----.-----w- ?._____ SCHOOLS WON'T: ""-," l)2l!) to I 10.IS: both Inclusive, Henry Stephen. den-.ISM" !
dinned Strawberries that a number of winteI I I I ,, ,,",nnllnll' I lo $12780. DwWJTT C. .KiM-is: \
, the counties. ANNOUNCES FOR CONGRESS LAHASSEE.-Slate .\1.HO: AlHiut 2 Acres: of Lund 3-20-41-4-15.
! BOMENEEDV: f 2 quarts strawberriex! I: clovers can be grown In this slat I the of th,e : TALLAHASSEE.--P ark h 111I Colin English made public 1..lnlt, Hi V , 2 cups BUffnr I to supplement other pasture and But. since passage j I & \\'. Hoiiiulc-il N hy Land of I.e 'nut: M\MK nv .
\ .II Murphy law, which has helped tc) I Mays member of the Florida leg- figures to show Florida :III'''. Mi-Arthur, / by A. M. Unrl.v. Ol<* Kl.nilllMl THI t u n
FOR1r II Wash carefully drain. and co P grazing crops. Roy E. Blaser assistant 13 T. J. & W
by Alderman
suffer through
clean up many state and count)f Islature from Jefferson County will not It npiM'nrhiK" by Bfriiliivit 'h,:. ..
sound fresh berries. Never allo''w. agronomist with the Staten liv Kunil of Mrnt Toruella ln_ ,- '"
" tax liens and has improved clt)f announced his candidacy for Dem- of the 1937 tax certificate law. S13'4 of HKVi Hep. Tl>. 6 a. R. thnt certainIIIIHV' In "I' ",,,,
I stand In'water whe< Station are- : ::9'; llrnilford I I'onnty, Florlilii ,in,, :
berries to j says :
Agreeirthe ( Experiment I iontainlntr 'h I ",
22 K. H, more
II tax liens the cities of Florid i ocrattc nomination to congress English's office complied a -',V. .vntltlpcl Dorothy '1'1". .
honrJiMtlng preparing them. Cut berries I n I cent Inspection of these test pas- I or Ie"... I llff I ,.... J. J. ). ",
seem to be springing into action. I from the third district. He ia op. ment that revealed county 1i. aoI.1 nvlrlenopcl Terry I H." f..Ia,, ,,".1
The taxes to
half If Add sugar and 1 Ie, tures shows the leguminous cropsg are I Ihe relief pnivocl feu,' I h.lnlo I n .
large. 11 <
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I Fort recently made head.. posed by Rep. Millard Caldwell, superintendents made up certIficate, No. 1273 of 111.I.I: re
Myers that the dc I < l Is ,
stand for several hours. Brie: be making excellent growth In / .... .. and the a i i.i.'| r
tse w i to hines by anounclng that It woul I who announced he would seek re- 1937-38 budgets by represent un a State or ('ounlrv' ,tinknmlilalntlff \ i,,, ,, .
ly home very slowly to simmering poll tjat I least four different sections ol I tnxen for the year 1932 to and that, I Ilicu' I.. ,n ,
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I cut off essential s'rvlces-water,, nomination. sharp reduction In delinquent : both IncluMlve, amounting, to In Y-.n State nf FIr>rld",, -. .
and simmer for ten minute't. I the state. i v
gently
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characto I garbage collection police aud fire. _.__ collections.__ Some observers I .. .. .. I pei-Monai propeNH ul'onVI.oo I 1 ,Ifl,, ,,',,
far fBldered Cover and let stand for a fe-* n Halll tax ppi-tinc'Riex' witn all "un'I".lIt I bind l .
too l 1 Clovers and other legumes are .liprKonallv Maid d..r."I'1 ,"u"I
hours or overnight. Bring agal be- j protection -- to those property; / LJUI1TNINO KILLS:! MAN reported school operations or .evlnl taxes will Im Hold IT IM onniSRED that' I Hi.I, ,i i.r. ..1.i
> J desirable In Florida pastures I the* highest, bidder at the Court
.| j owners who didn't pay their taxes,, bolt be endangered by low-dollar ant, J. J. Terry apui! t tn "n I Iof ''I,
'of to simmering: point a n ( MARIANNA. lightning: .' Hour In .Starko on the 8th. .
impor, provide ex- i-oiiiplnlnt the ,
not only on ,
cause they lili I |I. ,
I' I If they were able to. I he of state-owned tax certificates :nf April A L,. I 11)38) at 11:01: i! ". .
cy to pui simmer gently eiRht; mlrutes. -I cellent feed and grazing for farm killed Hinto/ A. Tjpton 15, as April 1938 othprwlK t i I., .
and A. M.ihitei .
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der terms of the new law COIlfeBBO Will I h.
If berries still float o):l 1 Now along comes Tallahassee l 10< i sat In a wugon under the limbs of MI.M.,1 1 |" ," "
eratIona1Gng animals but also Improve the soil I 'I' Florida I hue the 19th day of March him for his falluip l to .ipp' ",' '|1''
of the
} In top of syrup when cold. It may bl' and stimulate grass growth. Clo- announce that unless delinquent | a tree In the Bascom section of ficials I .I').' .I 11"!>S8.. this 'irder be puMlcli', -MM., .. ". "
them 1 tuxes are paid by April 1, foreclo- this county. Others In the Association meeting/ in SitATl for four, conBeciitlvc I I HK I ,,", ,",;
ed to a secon wagon
mant fjf necessary give and other can be A .1. ThOMAS ',, .
vera legumes I study of its nrnclfonl ( uat y TIIKI|. ,",,I>|h ,
promised a I Inewnpnper
Home cook and age In allow to cool be.. seeded on existing permanent pastures sure suits will be instituted. The I were not Injured. Young Tipton Tampa Clerk' of I'lrriiit, Court of of KPHI-IIII I Inpu I ,'III .,

I, Florida fore filling In containers. Pack i ir) i be established at I' movement effects $84,000 ia de | was the son of J. T. Tlpton a field, fects. nrnclfni-cl,.31-4-8., County Florid I bitched 'In Itl-adCon, ,! "", 0'.
or can I Florida) .
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sterile and seal at once. I IInquent I taxes, and in the Tallahassee -I supervisor In the Jackson County ___+_ ,
several ijj'methods.1 hot. Jar the same time grasses are planted. \VITM13SS; my hand anil, J rr, ,"I,|
If containers are boiling hot and' '! says Mr. Blasor. Better pastures I case the city and county I agricultural agent's office. GAMBLING: UNCERTAIN: '()'I'lE:: OP 'PPII(' ,TION Foil Hen) I. of .said Com t I ibi,," M .
1918.OFFICIAL
( Leon ) are taking action togetherThat's T\X DKKIIpn :
strawberries at simmering -- ----.- -- --
of the are particularly those providing winter I I l\fIAMI--The gambling <.'. ..ti* Illll 5.,. 1ll.t: ( SHJA1.A .)

establish i) temperature when placed In the grazing, will keep beet cattle a rare situationjoint :MOItK GRAPES tion on Florida's "Gold Coast" :;"_ 'l'l' 'I tt IS; IIKItKHY: ii VLtN: That Clerk' J ThomnM, ,, ,
I action but Leon M OrirflH, holder of Tax of ClrriiH I < "i.i
city-county
h'j Jars no further processing Is nee. better condition enable cattlemen MOUNT DORA. Dealers have in an uncertain situation last MOM Hi-adforil I "
in the : >'In I Is For It's i -- I'I I Ifii-HtP, No. I 170 IHHIIPI! I he filh l ., Countr l t I ,I"T. ,
recipes, essary I to sell their animals at an : county a rare county. j demanded four times as many as a result of an order by %' of Kc-ptoniliur! A. I). I 1032 has FRANK: LANDIII'MAttorney / 1

J convenlfhouaewl Cannc-d strawberries where a earlier age and result In better i about the only one in the state I grapes as Florida can possibly deliver Fred p. Cone to clamp on the I'-'1 Miinnin. I my 0'1 I ,-" uivl i hiu.< niRcl, 3-4-51-4-1. for I'lnl.I.ii"i ''ff.
where blocked I I .ptI-t' Ion fur a tax ilwi-rt/ to lie
owners were
r ; minimum amount of sugar Is uied! I quality beef and higher prices property this year F.V.. Davidson, but with the tourist season I "". I Uiereon. !SaM' rprtlflpatf ----- -- -
from taking advantage of the ",....* tinfollowing. I il t..m-rlfopil siptu's'as: K n.r:
l desirable than cclved for It he believes. re-I j local stated last week. Ing little pUblic Interest was
correspq are more preserves. I I Murphy law for the usual "$1 and grower "."',' V In t lh. I'cuinlv' of Itri,ci frtI. ;XOTICIJ) ( I IH I HRItnilV I /: i 1nuli'r I 1\1 I \
er twain1 ; which require the maximum Available green feed from This means that more growers will fest. Governor Cone sent I :I'' C of FlorldM. to-wit: and I h)' lit ,II". >oor t ihr I, I ,
costs." Tough. public-spirited Tal-! \ r.51ltiif of Northeast writ nf execution Icsu.'d,, \ t l.\ .01 _
to the Quar u i "
AsaiJtion amount of sugar. Many prefer aproportion ter pastures allo aids dairymen by lahasseans got together and -! engage In grape production next Instructions recently ,..,. of !lol'lhw..t. Quarter Sec li-r, the hand and, "rr,. I", I ... \
edoit. of only threequarterscup Increasing the milk flow of the prevented | year. About 300 tons of grapes iffs of Dade, Palm Beach ..,) 2 Towliichlp 5 I sales' for less than a substantial : 1-Jnnt I'nntnlnlnw 20 Acres, '"It' and, for Ilniciroi.l, i ..1",' "". I
to of berrl > to close
( s. state last Counties
ag j sugar one quart: ; cows and reducing productioncosts. were produced In the Broward .
,
payment on the delinquenttaxes. ''' or less.Iio cli: on I that pertnln I jndKini:' n-
did Canned strawberries may be | year. This year's price Is expect- gambling places and announced ciHHc-HMTient of thp as'ld prop- ",rd In public reioril, ,< of ni'ord I ,.

{ business used over cold rice. cornstarch e'd] to be around $180 per ton. Tallahassee' yesterday! that Y tinder, HIP said onrtlfloato<< l ta- County, Florida. win, i ,MI i, ,.
Winter legume seed mixtures :, rill' & .?ohis were pliilntirt), I I .. I \
t wan In the name of Mra. N. MCllcabeth
t tile wltt 5 5I puddingor other deserts of like I sown last fall included White The crackdown policy being I ___ ___.___ __ three replied they had done Hitch Doss was dcfi'ii'l.i,,' ..I i
I
I and thaIng character :Mix the fruit with practiced In Fort Myers and Tal- SKTS; HKCOK1)JACKSONVILLE. The Herald said however t'nlOHn said pprtlfli-nte" nhall) he if-ai'lnt' date tinstli, ,1..1 ,
Dutch Persian, Alsike Yellow lahassee Is more or less echoed In e..'n"l ni-oi-illnar I lo In\\', the I"-'''ii- vemher, 1921 I. A. O AniliHheilTf ,, '"
mor ; one-half quantity of thin cream. r Hop Black Medic and California II i J. Edwin "tuvo, large Rambling resorts on I, y cloHi-rlbml. therein will be Bold of I llradfoicl, ,Ci.ni,, 'i.0'. I
I of their? Pour over the dessert. Ocala and the citizens had betterbe Larson Florida f'ol1..or of Internal bayf ront here which had been I I Ihp hlHhcnt 1 lililder nt the. t-ourt have levied. upon nnd, will, ... I
Burr and
clovers vetch.
I Augusta *

: if havE'n.tpal.l on
tresourceJ Strawberry Juice I getting busy they revenue said l Income lax collections -I crating all winter ran wide, I I ,lay t the 4th. day of Aunlfl.tfl. ,
J
These chosen because each >3K
were ( SlaV, which la
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i .! o"tlLf__ :. ..19 ..,.., ..,
Use small cull fruit that is'I up or the foreclosures will to .. : In l' .C llii> r .iiii
Jment anIon < received at his office Friday night and planned Klin nfv t'l ni'iy. lu.i '
i I will reseed Itself and White Dutch them.-Ocala Banner.ATTACKING ) this. 23rd day' of March, ,i loor ,;( I h'C''nrt; ; HOUM,,;, ;: in,; ,nvStarke r
J ( wit: fresh sound and ripeWash jet March 13 totaled $9,010- I tinue last night. Sheriff D. '
through ; .
clover Is a perennial if properly I I! *. Hradford ( unt y. t K! .
been de' (crush and heat slowly to simmering I I managed.Mr. 304.28He Bald this was the I Coleman flatly declined to I 'KICI All !SKAT' ) (iirlnir the least, hoillH' ...r -.1 I ,.
A .1 THOMAS, ullowlnff lamlB tying anil,, l I.itrad I.. i"L, ."
point. Strain through a dou- JEWS MEANS largest amount collected In the ment of the .
The h'Sff'preaenU' ( I Blaser that White on any phase Clerk of circuit Court of foi, County, Flo..Ila. i "
] ble thickness of cheesecloth. i reports ATTACKING ABILITY"Greatness history of the state It exceededthe +- llmdfnrrl" County, Florida. nuch thereof an IB tie, ..,...UI',1.. .
Dutch Persian and Alsike cloversare ;, .
I .- -4-22. Bfy said Judgment and' i ''''
HI3'lng1 The addition of to all fruit previous high the 1926 sum,
;Woman sugar I apparently adapted to soils STILLS! IN FOLK RAIDED wit:

| Inte j j ji1 juices will give a finer flavor. It'' having plenty of moisture while Is not made by by $2,030.55945. Collections last BARTOW.-State beverage :0'1'11-1 OK .. t I.P', 01'I' \ \ of SI3H NW'4 of NHV4 and: III of it'uf!Section' I,NW I I"' U.nNK14 .1

mationwhtch <* may be used In any desired proportion -! Yellow Hop Black Medic California marching troops nor by howling year amounted to $6,407,577.03. spectors working In Polk ('I:1'rllI"T.:" of SW<4 of SectionSVj I I',. 11.1,
"S | fair allowance 1 toE 'crowds: but by enduring records of HI3KKHY) U1VKN that of Nit'% of Sec-lion II. ..1 II
$ p | | a being Burr and vetch are adapted to -- -- for the lust several days : ''. L. K Kalc-h: has filed with me :
In Township 7 RaiiKKHftt.
'5 feeing "H 2 cups of sugar to one gallon of constructive statesmanship." RAZE COURT BUILDINGWASHINGTON.There's In approximately 5D f gallons request that the tax certif South -
; otjj somewhat drier, but not very dry, .... together. with all mihHequent
". keen gitBing ; juice. Fill jars to overflowing with soils. These are the words William little moonshine liquor and wine, .. or levied taxes held by the. A. O. ANnnRI(. ,,
? hot juice seal and at a' doubt about the best bid for he advertised and Nold to the Sheriff of Hrn.li .1 i"I
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.ft process I Randolph Hearst appearing oa the razIng on a raid of an alleged liquor County Florida,

''conserv.it ,), lower temperature than the heatat I Fertilization and Inoculation prior j front' page of this! newspaper. commenting I the old courthouse at Pensa- tablishment in Mulberry Chapter': bidder 18291 for of canh the: 1937 ni provided';acts of nIght & KnlKht Starlce.Fl.Attoriueys 1..

ton, azfl! : which the Juice was sealed. tf i to seeding are essential for success I upon Hitler's conquest of I cola-one bidder offered to pay for afternoon. They turned over Legislature, upon I the followlnx for Plaintiffs346t.41

becau/ bottles are used, wash carefully<: \ I with the plants which are Austria by which the Nazi dicta- the privilege of tearing down the Federal officers in Tampa R. "rlh.,1 Ilrailfonl real State estate of In Florida the County to-
seeded in October other fall 'OTICR OK alitbrr'i: II \t.I.
better f J and sterilize. Fill with hot Juice I or I or created for himself opportunity I building to clear the way for a new Green Ir. 18 whom they arre : ;\OT1C13; IS HKKKUY OIVPV:: tl .1.1under

Umlttlraahf cap and process. It Is best to lay I months. Mr. Blaser recommends I rarely given to a human being to postoflfce. He was W A. In a raid In a swamp .. \ K'; Side of NH'/i& 'Sit"Rxcppt, of NWVi 4 Acre SH!. ami hy virtue of that ",I <, ..,.
xecutlon iBBtilniT out of ami "I
the application of a ton of lime StruCk'j' m
'Vy the bottles on sides when processing \lemonstratc true greatness.In I Pensacola who offered $ Lakeland and Auburndale Tp. 7 S. R. 22 E., containing the seal of the Circuit Com. i I i I ..

here off This allows for perfect sterilization -, and 600 pounds of super-phiAphate the right to full down the struc they report netted a Acres, more or lenN... Third I 1 Judicial I Circuit of Fl.. ;.1.1lund ,
:: America we read with amaze- cc."I taxes to be Hold are evidenced for I-afnvett County In
.(fully th of caps and all danger I and 150 pounds muriate of potash ncnt such cable dispatches as the ture. Six other bidders all asked still 3000 gallons' of corn and .pertlflrnte. Nn.,. 8BO of 1930 re- herein pencllnn wherein .1. Mo I i < -

.'ami me. from molds Is thereby before planting. The potash shouldbe payment for the, razing In amounts wooden barrels 50 "! Ivi'lv, nnil represent. taxes for a<* !Receiver of tinntizM( : i> I I'or
applied and the bllowlnff which came out of Vlen- mash 58 I years 1i29 to 1931:\t, both In<'lll- Mayo wna plaintiff anil I II I' >
Label and store In a avolded// every year, ta last Monday outlining new laws ranging from $715 to 9400. lons of whisky 200 empty .. amountlriKT to $103.2fl. I I.i tot. ley wan. defendant I a nit th. I
place. lime and phosphate every three to -+ nnd 150 tax oi>rtlf IcatPH tnfrether with mlwincnl, belnir ""..I"| ,",. d t. I H I
I five years he believes. Inoculationcan let up as part of the Naziftcationif pound sugar bag subsequent. omitted or Ijevled. 'utnnl stud '.. If. l-nm.il:, .tlll', I i :
Fruit juices are excellent for ) Austria: MARINE SPEKDER ARRESTED kroger grain sacks. The still t .. will bp. .Mold to the highest c-curded In the offli .> <.r I tli, < .
be accomplished by the use of 1 MIAMI.-Frank Smuzzey. 20, of destroyed and '" at t thi. Courtliotino. door I In, "f t the Circuit Court, for, 1 I. i I' I
use In gelatin desserts sauces, ice commercial cultures or soil which "The new laws exclude Jews equipment were .. on tint 11th day. or April, 1938 County( Florida I havt., 1. \ "t
creams! and sherbets. If canned i Philadelphia became the first per- young man brought to the 11 1 ::00 o'clock A. St.iite,1 IInd, will offer for Hale, an.I .
has grown those leguminous crops. I tram the practice of law or son ever arrested here on a charge His brother Howard thin the llih day of March, the highest and best bldiltt f< II i
Jail.
'It without sugar they may be used I Satisfactory test plots of these from holding judicial office, I he following |.
lateifgr jelly making. of violating a marine speed limit. was: reported. to have been ( (' .\ ., "SEAT) o-wtt: t"'I".1
winter It-guinea are now growing ,leprlvlng about 75,000 perSons Smuzzey was charged with pilotIng with a load of liquor In A. .r. THOMAS.Cleric The Hiiuth-weNt, Quail" t".i'' i <"
M i n In-rry Preserve I at Gainesville Penny Farms, Dins-I of their livelihood. This number 40 miles .of Circuit Court of Jl '
l'': his speedboat at an
Wednesday and turned over llradford, < County Florida' ,
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Thirty-two in Town hu i
Use freshly picked berries. They I more, and Biooksville. 1 includes some 70 per cent of :; .
.p- hour past the city yacht basin. An Federal officers there. SIulh., Ilaiiffe T\ventv-oni,, I I.
should be gathered in shallow, -. -- -- I ill the lawyers in Austria. also The Sonlh-hulf, < '
I t ordinance adopted last January established .\OiiIi'5l.i'1: OK
'r ux .
South-half I
of the :.V.iili i I <
1 tray or baskets. not In deep vessels BUY .\ TICKET HOMK.: "Next will come banning of ( a limit of six miles an (1:11'1'111'1"KM Quarter of tho Norlh-c-int >, > i.ter .
which allow them to be bruised MVMCH 01"1.1,1 01" 'I' t" :' } IH: MKiiEiiY: ((1IVEN that .
William Allen White sold the and the ,
from the ,
Jewish doctors practice utllh'i'
hour In that zone( to protect moored 1'11'11'11''I't.:< ,, ,, I c Jones hnn. filed with me .
i" nd crushed They should be unl- j i other day: "The farmer is today 4)>f medicine, affecting about 60,000r I craft from the wake of passing :N' YI1' '1: .II IIKRKnV: : CIIVTCN: .. ronupxt thAt the tax cer- of five tho acres Nurth-eaBl In the Qtfi":Hoiithiorner I, ,

;;j form In size and ripe and sound. I the greatest gambler on earth; ,) fifty-five per cent of all Austrian boats. I, ,TheI.Uiiilflmor',,,"nl" Itttnk ii "i-nrporntlon of The lm-4 t "- ..>H or loitfher levied with taxes all held NubHuciuent by the ) of Section TwcnM,I t I .

Carefully sort wash and drain ;: alongside him a stock speculatoror I physicians and then ___-____ +___ I with "me. wrlttc-n recint-Bt thnt ',, |I..M> iiilVHi-tlxi-d, I l and! Htilil to the TowiiKhlp, Fir KaBt: Houth t nnin.I ITwentyone I-,I '
To 2 pounds of strawberries use''' looks like t.'iv,' ,"'tlfii-ntett... tnitether with ,'.. blddiT for, cacti aH provided I be ",
a crapshooter a I stg affectingabout 1000.journal-I NOT TO !SEEK REELECTIONLAKE I HiiliKcciuent omitted or levied ", Bold on I the 4lh dn> of ii.1tots 1 .
Chapter I 182U of the 19.17 acts of '
I'D pounds of sugar. I! Christian soldier!" Apropos of Such acts of CITY.-. B. Hodges. J h'-ld hv the State( IIP ni1v"rtlned t ",'.I'INIHIII., e. upon the folluwliiK i Court,: iit I HotiMe Ih. r.nt In, Stark d,1. Fl" i iami

; Wash cap and stem the berries Whites l idea about the gamble of II :Incomprehensible to native Amer- I chairman of the State Democratic ,ni rild,iii-iivldiMl, lo ,the, hlKlient liv, ('hnptc-r Milder 11296 fcir of" /I t "Itr.idfoid-,i-t bei.a, I, i:Stato HHtiu of I In Florida the County to-, I the, Name to be sold ..i. .
HMpaintely' or together <>i
I add sugar and allow to stand crop production. The Progressive (cans, born and reared under tradi- Executive Committee said Saturday I rn:\? atM ot the dlxlnttiro,...." : much thereof ai I tu.ea." ,

four to five hours to extract Juice Farmer recalls Bradfor4Pnupp's .lions of equality and freedom. In he would not be a candidate I the folluwlnir 110",11,1 i ,Mnidf.iKl., "mil, 1 HI' AIIC-N dun, at t SR Cur! of SRU Hatlnfy the Mil .i-xi-iuil., ."!"
I hi' the futility of SVVi' A Run N 2',, ('hue. W S oimtH and, to M.ild. ,. ..
t ? and to strengthen tissues of the i story about the old-time I this country we see on every hand I for re-election. preferring' Insteadto I ..f FI..IoIIIto. -" It: 'hfls. j.t 2l'".i I'hnH, l K: 8 Chim lo Legal hours of bf Male dl"
l.otM, 8, I lo, II I I I": I" WnrcllawnSection I lull'. N,..,. 32 Tp 0 8. n. 22 E. '
!I. berries Place over hot flame and horsemen who used to go down in the names of honored and respected "remain where I will be tree in 2I Tp. fi S. R. 22 )oj. a Acres, more cc, Thin 2nd l day A. O.of ANDfU-JI 1..hrtlR.

I cook quickly to 220 degrees F. or I New Orleans every spring to bet on Jews standing at the top In all 1940 to assist in securing a delegation -I cmiitnlnlnK 40 At-ren, muro .. ... Sheriff O"I<1r..r,1 County. 1. I '

until the syrup Is thick. Covel'lkettle the races: fields' of culture and endeavor- I to the national convention that leHH. M .. taxes to lie mold 1 are pvlilnnccd f-ti-r SiimmurBllI, 11L.
D. The fir -j I tn tic m lire certificate Noa. 485 and 1285 of Attorney (,"' fl.ilntlff,
tightly when proper temperature I "The first thing every wise gambler law medicine art, science philosophy will nominate a real Democrat for' hv c-ertlflcijtH :NOH: 209 anti 2.14 l A 11)33 respectively. and rpp-
had better do was literature I IK32 and t., 14 rc-jpei-t l lvelnnd, '' | -- ---8--6-t-l. --
Is reached and leave overnight learned he drama philanthropy president of the United States. renent. the ,unpnlil, tuxeu for -

', to plump. ;Natural. flavor is I to buy a ticket back homel! Thenno education industry and fl-i His statement was made in reply I yearn I Ml: '.i l'tI:IH. liolh "

r retained by using this method and matter what Lady Luck mightdo lance. No single race rates so ; to a letter from Tyn Cobb, Jr., of : ,aiiK-nntlnr'M.SOV'1: I.I l.'il nf: :NIT 02.I I. of Nl'1'ut'\

no/ syrup will be left over. If a to him he could at least get high a percentage of Illustrious I Orlando who an id he was Inter- fI!K'', &: :XK':' of NW"' of .'n'>!

I large quantity of berries Is being I back to home base!" names in "Who's Who" as the ested in knowing whether Hodges Hei'' 25 Tn I ir"> .ter"M.5 "H. .U.more 22 K or. collfnlnliifr I teaM

preserved cook in small lots and So Bradford Knapp tells far- Jewish race In America. Members would seek the chairmanshipagain. The lo",. to he nold are .. .. ..

plump all berries in one big container mers that a "llve-at-home" policy ot the race occupy places on the I i.v 1932, : i-ertlfli-ntu nnd. |1934'> renneotIvely NOD." 28-1 and nnd 260.. .

pouring! In as cooked and constitutes the best poaibla "ticket United States Supreme Court, the + : "renent the nnpnld taxeS", for

stirring gently from time to time back home" for everybody who President's Cabinet seats in Con VOTE lI.CUISESURn.E I yearN ID.II: to lAIX.' both \ -
amounting, to $7!> 67.
4 'I'II 'IS : a* they cool. Reheat to a temper engages In the gamble of farming! gress and governorships. They TAMP-Chairman Henderson, At.HOPRV!' : if SWt'' nf 1001 1'1

ature just below simmering and The Progressive Farmer. rule great American cities as mayors of County Commissioners reported See lnlnK; 25 Tp.1" Area D S., R.more 22 or fi., I leu con-*. I (I'llI.I Pullllvnl Advrr
pack in hot, sterile jars and seal ; great industries as financiers that all of the ninety-three voting The tnxeH to t>.. noli are .. ..... -__ -
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at once. Cold berries may be NO SOFT DRINKS and executives great institutions machines purchased by the by certificate NOH. 71 of 1M3

c. packed In jars. placed In water TALLAIIASSEE. -Workers In ot learning; they inspire the Intel- County from the Shoup Voting Machine Hpec-tlvelv tae.. for the ond yearn represent 1933 the to KEY-McCABE FUNERAL HOMEMRS.

bath, and processed below simmering the state capitol will have to wait lectual world with thinkers such as Corp., were here with the both Inclusive amounting to $ I

point for fifteen minutes until after office hours to sip soft Einstein.If exception of fifteen devices which Aln-D. 10.>:: Trac'M'It. 12.1.13 2., .1.14.4, of 1\. II EJ.7 W.5. I L. C McCABE.Lady,Attendant

y <(< pint containers). drinks. The cabinet banned the Hitler Is really a great man were damaged when the truck Hayes Sub-r)lv.. of RW14! W JACKSONVL FLA. ST. AUGUSTINE,
FLU
_ By A B of Highway See. 10 Tp.
+ sale of beverages In the building. he will make use of the great mass bringing the first shipment over H a Tt. 22 K.. containing 5-IS38 30 St. George Phone 27

PREVENTION CURE +- -- ---- of talent and resource which lies turned. He said the fifteen had ,I..1'.... more Br I....". .
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I OF PELLAGRA COMPENSATION: LAW RULINOTALLAHASSEE. accumulated within the Jews of been returned to the Canton, Ohio by The certificate taxeK to Nan.he .Hold 378 are and 919 --

4 Attorney Germany and Austria, instead of factory of the company and that 1030 antI 193.1 respectIvely, nnd 1'.

No medical treatment no serums General Cary D. Landis said today stifling It or driving It out of the work on repairing them was start yearn reiient 1921 the to unpaid 143*. taxr-n both for, UNITED LIFE INSURANCE CO.

I t the state government and its agencies country.Let ed Monday. He added that these amotintlnir to U39 67.
the kind of foods
only right
could not reject provisions of us hope that the people of also would be here In time for the ALSO: BVj of 8Wi'; or NKV.. Sec L C. McCABE, President, Jacksonville, FIR
In sufficient quantity are necessary I 11 Tp. (C I P. n :
for the prevention and cure of theVorkmen's Compensation this country never become so fool- primary of May 3. At their meet 2ft Acren. e22'I'h. fen*.
4 Law. They are considered self- ish as to let anti-Semitism get a ing. Commissioners received bids ,\ .. tnxeii to he nolcl. Ilrt"v".n." Industrial Life Insurance
r pellagra, which is purely a dietary by certificate Non. 310 and 218
''Ii disease, points out Dr. Roy Norton Insurers, he said unless they obtain foothold.-Atlanta GeorgIan on insuring, storing and transporting 1133 nnd 1934 respectively and '. (1. L SAPP RepresentativeBEASLEY'S

insurance to pay benefits to ---. the machines but delayed ceMent. the unpaid. taxes for
assistant director of the division
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yearn Itll to 19 1 both "
; : of preventive medicine North employes. "S nte agencies can- LICENSED GAMBLING: SOUGHT awarding contracts. amounting-: 943.26.Al.RO -- "edtt.'FC,1fl -..p_.-..-- -
Carolina State Board of Health. not elect to reject provisions ef MIAMI BEACH.-J. A. Sacger : t Acren In 8W ("or

this act," the attorney general told et the Miami Beach FORESTS NEED CARE KW'4 of NWV A 5'I of SRi/ .n
Hotel
president :
"There are foods that cure pellagra HWV; of MW 4 Sevtdin 17 Tp. SERVICE STATION
:, '.1 ," he said "foods that Wendell C. Hcaton, state Industrial -I Men's Association said todayhis TALLAHASSEE. State Forester H.. n, 23 Ft, containing Aires

good' for It, others that are fair art, mlsaioner! "the legislature organization would urge the Harry Lee Baker today answered The ire tnxe ov *Inn to..be. sold are ..vl< ..

.' white still! others have little or noet't" mud tkd election for them and city council to license gambling the doubts of many Floridians hT certificate Ne" 190 .and 962 I TRY elR Sfln'CS! AO BE CONVINCED

Ui-y must operate under the law." casinos next Winter.'fa are that the State's ferest supply t 1'2.! and 1S.13 respectively nnd .
Others he described! as rojienf the ,unpnM taxes fir I
!loor He also gave some rules -- -- .- fed up en all this mumbo-juntoo would stand fche drain of more yearn 127 to 191H. lietn .. .. ATLAS
k- 1 last to file heme- *"."ntlng> to 174 19Al .
April day
hypocrisy the olUr-than-th attitude pulp mills by declaring that the
for the of tile tieQse.\ .
': prevention ><11' N'4, of M 2/.1/: of NWV BATTERIES TUBES
Foods that cure pellagra according stead exemption blanks both coun- e( the reformers whe say new Industry Is proving bcneflelal ..f N 14\, dec I IK 't:"' 6 M. n. 2 TIRE

to Dr Norton include pow-: ty and city. gambling can't be permitted on the I In many ways but that it has made lennThe 1'1. .containing" 13 .Veres. nwre Tires Uni-ouditlonnlly Guaranteed for 1 Year and 18 Month

: 4ere4 yeast. green vegetables (the ; bench" Saeger said, while night proper forest management including levee. tn he, sold are .. .... ., ,

greener the !better), eggs, lean: fish, fowl, porl !liver powd Mdi spots across the bay In :Miami flro protection, indispensable hv Mill eertlflcnte end 1914. respectively No 350 and, "....1.119 r STANDARD OIL PRODUCTSWASIIINGI'OLISIIING..VAXJ.JG..JJREASING

I neat and liver, fresh milk, wkal: i i i yeast (baker's, dried, and brew- which he aamed "M- operating "Heretofore, forest management, r..tth... unpaid t..e> for '

germ. and canned itntmon. In th
; i gr.oup of food "good" for pellagra,'I meal, canned salmon canned kale ._ -._ comma of wisdom and good judgment amounting AI.HO( : Let t*7'-of 9 45.Pkk 23 Call 60 For Road Service

$, t : Dr. Norton plicec: rabbit meat,, I canned collards canned green pea, 412,361 garments were fashioned ," Mr. Baker said. "Now, It Addition to Starke, In NK
4tt I lean pork shoulder, canned chicken,. I I canned turnip greens 1 A*. NK Fart Cor of of WV RH of<4 of N5lnr NW: ,, \% Easy Payment Plan On Tire and Batteries

: i sweet milk, buttermilk, lean heel 'I and wheat germ.-Tbe Progressive the half-year July 1-Decembcr J.I I that suck good judgment be more ....0. 28 Tp. 8 8. B. tl E.. I LACY CONWAY, FLORIDA MOTOR tINES AGENT
The EaSes to he soil are .vld..n.
in or corned), pork, mutton,. Farmer 31, 193?. general. __ _. _. ._
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1938 BRADFORD COUNTY TEIJCGn.VPIl STARKE FLORIDA PAGE SEEII1'
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NEW IlIVER "Well the fact Is, I want to )>cviir-n liln. I fly the Power venled In them tin no .Monday, April 4th A. I) IP.I, ... }. 111(1)( ;
Dorothy Sapp Correspondent AYAK AT OXFORD :borrow a little money he sold at Uoui, of Public TriMtrurtlon of I'mdford to-wll : ." II.' F. :'i" t
JONES I'cmiity heii.>by calls nn election Parcel One: Commence at HW I ,,' It L; ,
BOB I ast."Yeah In r.awlxy Huh School District Noll Cornr, of NRi/' ;: of NWi'( of s.', ( .J 4 l l'I.
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Wiggins ? How little ? inn I ] \Votxllawn.. Huh I, School, DIstrict ':. Twp 0 !H It 22 'Ji 1.1'i ,nn I 1C :a.,lit.. ,1''I A c "
On Here J.VI.ew..11 :Snouso ""ALSE.Y R.AINES, "Oh say two thousand dol- \t> N I to he In-M April r,. 1938: al ft I tti HlmllnK' pihit 'II;. HIM i...in.V T" II I
WCTP vlsltlrg : ,. of l.RWt \ tint ft. MIPIUP I K j' :
Comments Sd'- ill.\) <"ll\) Hull In I the itiwn "v In :4tt J. ,
in Jacksonville Sunday. I \r, ('\ s -T li i'i: : '_ I1'''';:,.", .'. ), :;.VH." Dim tried to make light of .1 mil I. .. HI Hit I WiMidli\vn I Hchool I I louse It'Mid, Ni.;' M: thciiif K nin, "IK I' I I iI II' '.
Ami Hereafter F '. ., : .. It .n ,I .! i,1 i ,ninn nlit.ih"r" ,'i. not "DlMtrlctNit ilKlit-of-itny nf Hlute lnn! l ;NoI ': I':i '\' '1'
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MlHBes Ella Mae Manning and .- -. ": ....; -.. : ..... .::::: ;" ( !}' startled. I S nit.ill I coiiHiillil.it. f I ttllh l.awUiy I t'lt"1 .-III.. I Inil' nil fl III,, (,f Hllld, 'I : ''I.-'J
Dot Bupp:! were visiting In Lake ._ ." !t f r. :.. .... P1CTU'r The banker was !that| !11,1 No A to r"111" on coiiHOlliltind ,. 10: Ihfiiic' ', \\' in Ktui hag point, I,' iw.
.. -: "Two thousand dollars? For dlktrlcl, to ,'I,'ct three t..ue- all In HHiil 101..... Twp. und Itanice* ; \ :
,'la'C recently read "Return to City FrlJuy\ night. I I te>... und drtoi-mlno the amount, of Parcel Two: 1'11.:1,1.ot NWi/4 ,of ,I'I I I '
I Link. The author Isun'Rt Mr. and Mrs. Homer Welch and whether he had been I what ? MlllHKe to hf aHriHHNt-fl. airaliiHt Haldconitollilatcd Roc' 3 Twp. 6 H It. H2 B lying J'J A 4 <
H' '.tt.nn. by CHAPTER ONE I wondering "I want the money to send L..eto dl.lrlt..r. the saucing Went of Hlalilloud. No. 11 ..it-: : I i
psychologist. He does not children lted relatives here Sun The Lakedule State campus was complimented. "But now to the two yoai'H. The rnanaitPi'H for said. -pl Ihe N 2110( ft thereof and I't
L but his I Oxford :i'hvc::1(iuuu will be. 'x.t the Inndx aho\e I liJ
descrl"I'
.
nbout theology I have arranged a scholarship -
much deserted. student point. .
1 dayGun I completely Every Dalton puffed "No Blree. Not LIlIYI..yn. ed. an "paicel" onp. '
Imsophy is all right. For the Thomas of Jackaonvllle nt the Kansas College who hadn't for you at Cardinal College. such fool scheme! ..rK I"hlllltls T F'HANK\/I I.\-.i //111 MAn I\\I.>, ,,1./ I (
I cent for /
we have heard much was visiting; his sister Mrs. R. R. I carfare to "Cardinal College ? Where's one any A. tlllftlx P|".clal Slant In, fliiuiy" I \
been able to
iftsi I few years promote You're going to put that young V. It. Hvddlnh KnlKhl, & KnlKht.Attnrncyf t I I'rd I j
from the psychologists about the Andrews Sunday. I the inter-state truck meet at Topeka that sir?" asked Lee puz/led. to work right here!" Hob nianchiirdVootlliiwn for Plaintiffs. I I q" ::1
man
,anKei' of suppressed desires. A large crowd attended theptrty had done the next best thing "Cardinal is one of the many Dan advanced threateningly. \ Shad ThomnH l-lS-3t-t-1 '\;1 I I .f4'' f

have been taught i at Mrs. Jessie Lee Lazenby's that make Oxford University \'t ''l "
voting people by parking himself in front of I colleges up "Say whose son is he?" Dalton& Carter. lk,
want they have a I nIght. the Dean explained. J. At. Norman ." j, i
'/ hat what they Friday Daniel Sheridan's window. "tie's yours . unfortunatelyfor Carl HlllnrdOP _ _ _ jq/ \
f( ,gill to have. Parents have takwitut' I A--- Dan In addition to being the editor -I "Gosh!"' spluttered Lee. "You him. You've spoiled that bratto '-II..t-t.1. ..: ,! I

t, bridle off youth. Modern edu- GRAHAM and publisher of the local semi- mean I'm to go to Oxford? Boy! the brink of ruination. You'vegot NO'rln; *\l,H OK TAX 1 4' : ::'"I \ I,

('lItllln, ha* said "Do as you Hrm. In C. Smith. Corr*"....nd..t weekly newspaper The Yankee \ That's great!" I him thinking he can run the f-KHTIPICATKN :! '.1 I
has waked of the Idea? NOTICE IS HKHICUY: UIVEN that
The world upi had one other violent and "Then you approve '
please Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Cox and family Clipper college the whole town He'sgot If ItlKHby tine filed with mo writ- "
i find itself In the middle of a of and Mr. and Mrs. enthusiastic interest In life. That I Williams asked with a smile. "I to have that conceit knocked 'ion request. that the tax: certIficateslogethar
Hampton
'Is refreshing to find worth' "I'll Three more with all subsequent omit '
It Lee. Leo
his was say
.. had fix rank Hicks of Waldo were dinner was son I he I out of him. And if you're any soil I ,lor levied taxes held by the Statee .'Ii!
i.. w outstanding psychologist come I guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. showing enthusiasm for since in uf 'he bioke off. "Say. of a father )'ou'1\\ do it!" advertised and Mold to I the htirh-
the old-time Christian phl- his four at Lakedale he had asked suddenly "they don't piny Ht bidder for niMh a* provided by p
31 i i,,.11 ''c all, Sunday.Mrs. years I Ii "You're not going to tell me niinte Hill 1H200 of the 1937 art of \ -,
m it.sopliy. which says "Deny your- broken nearly all existing collegiate our kind of football there do what to do!" Dan exclaimed an- he I.BirlMutui-e. upon the followlnfcuOHcrlliAd ... :y4 ",
I'fl'I ,wit Do what you ought to do'Ilcther Florrle McKInney and running records and had also i they?" real itHtiito In the County I 71
!) not. children of Starke were visiting I grily."Somebody's. .f llrndford, Stat of. Florida to-
you feel HUe\ it or i excelled at crew and football. If The: Dean sighed"Perhaps -' ,

Think\\) of the other fellow. Learn I IIbedlence" Mr. and Mrs. J. A. J. McKlnney he had become a bit conceited Dan I It's our fault that your got to" the banker >vltWV4: of tllk 5 S of n 4 W lying ;:::- --' ''U : I. I.J I ,
\ replied Just as heatedly. "You'regoing R of W line of NEV of HWV' In j .
Link even accepts the Sunday.Mr. and Lee's intimate friends were inclined Idea of an educational institution Sub-Ulv Hec. 21 Tp. 8H. ___ '
Tempi
1 ok! orthodox position of human depravity and Mrs. John Strickland of to discount it as boyish ex is' slightly distorted Sheridan. ..1 to make Lee earn his salt. It. 22 K, containing B Acre, ;

Is'' Ilellbronn Springs were visitingher We've allowed the classroom to Let him sell advertising on com more or leas.,
that
admits man :
He uberance.On >
II The taxea to he 'old are evidencedy ,
: mission. That 11 knock his cart
,really a fallen creature. He agrees mother Mrs. A. W. Broughton this particular June afternoon become a minor branch of the stadium certIficates No. 377 and 1011 of I IJ:
back ''9S2 and 1933 respectIvely. and rep- L
.
that sin Sunday.Mrs.
first-hand
the fundamentalist Dan was getting I It:
;\ with scent taxes for the years 1931 to
really sin. "Return to Religion C. Fogg and Mrs. C. B. results from the Topeka stadiumby Lee reflected and nodded his Dan was furious my now. 1937 both inclusive amounting to I j '!, !:
'iv
i and mother Mrs. H. D. need to knock his ears .B4.
, Is very comforting to someof Roberts telephone. Cephas, the perspiring head. "All the same we ve put "I don't 60 Maid tax certificate. together with I j :.
>
old-time parents who reared Waadin, were business visitors toGrandin. and impatient head of the Lakedale on the map. sir" he as- back!" he yelled "I know him andI .til subsequent omitted or Levied ,
us
the blood he from." be Mold to the highest. ; 1 :,j .
under the old-time Friday.Mr. Sheridan "composing room" was seited. know comes 'laxen will t :
children '
our door In -
and Mrs. Carl Broughton "You won't be faced with the He launched forth Into an unquenchable >II.I"r at the Coiirthoiifle
and self-con- I
mtantime for the banner nf 1938
, methods of discipline waiting turke on tlif let day April
11 I do not agree with the author are the proud parents of a baby line that would permit him to put I slime problem at Oxford" the Dean tirade, towering over "t I I on ..'..Io'k A. M.Pit. :4 ::::= .
trol ;
, in all he says but his phlllv boy born March 19. I the paper "to bed." Lee must run : said! with.u whimsical twist of his the bunker as he waved his arm I lilaH.: .dt.t

,i is so good that I have an idea Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Frazier and the final crucial 440-yard dash befoie lips. "I am in hopes that in the "The first Sheridan came over to ""Wl..It'1.\I.I'IN.\1.' ) I

he ophy will eventually get his theology Mi'. and Mrs. L. C. Smith were I Dun would permit the pressesto I interludes of your devotion, to. this country In 1632 and he l'I"'le A. .1. TIUM\of Circuit! Court ofItrudford SCUFFING SHOES OR FURNITURE !" I1!,

; straight. I hope so. Hurrah for business visitors to Falutka Fit' I start rolling. If Lee won Lake- I these admirable sports it might brought a printing press with (% 'tuItt|)', Florida WON'T MAR IT > c

'" old-time philosophy and for the day. I -lale State would defeat Kansas occur to you fiom time to time I him. Anti since that time every .t-I1SIII4I.iTii.- t.. -I.._------ I I

the old-time religion." -- I anil, Nebraska. If he didn't . I that Oxford University Is also a dunged Sheridan has worked at a "' Mt i'ii'ir, : MtrnT: I DRIES QUICKLYLOWE I 11!' .

S S S GUM BRANCH bin: Dan wasn't even consideringthat scut of learning." I press and died at It. The SlierIdnns NfH'K'B: ; 11'1: <>111.ItI.II,1I'I'i- Stilt S I IhiltuiKlitr BROTHERS PORCH J i! ,

as a possibility.In I "Oh I m not worrying about my die hard too round about niul In iicciti.tin lire with hat AND DECK PAINT is made I .
who rejects the Bible Annie Mae Hartuige, 'or. Well that .'i'I I 1..111 fIlial lll'flllOf fol'l'l" lllHIII' ,"Iintl '
The man had studies, sir Lee said confidently. eighty-five or more and Wear and WEAR!
fact. Dun already an- 'I sub|I. ri'iidi'ica hy U,,". A_ V to wear 'I.
\ doctrine of human depravity can what the headline would "Remember I m cum liiude Rives Lee sixty-two years more .\ilk I p. H" ..liiilwiof. the, ciniilt, f.
nounced It is good on
S. C. Miller and son S. C., '.. equally wood'j' I
Mrs ..
f explanation for world conditions here." of time to sit here C'omt of lrndf..til! ( .nnlI'I"'ld. I
find no Jr of Jacksonville spent last be: "Lee Sheridan Breaks Record I lo go Plenty In i hmiitix.,, In .that terliiln. CI.UNpciKllnv .. or cement /floors and is made .
i'' "Why do people do as ." "I um not unnware of your scholastic -, nnd feed our paper to you short ) In .ihl, ,Cinirt whfii'ln i II! in several porch /door colors. 7 i I I ,
of her
they do ?" The Bible has an an- week here as the guest son- attainment," nodded the lived weaklings who can t take U' .Altlfini, I, I I.:'. ,\1 I itt" rialnllff }
Like ;in-law and daughter, 1'>11'. and Mrs.A. At Topelca Lee Sheridan nonchalantly mid, Koln-ii. II liiiHMt.H: |1':1 ,\ I. ,ct,ifili'titnilmitN I
wei : "In Adam all died. I kept the other contestants Dean "But theme Is another scholarship iinyihlnR stronger. That boy' got .',tH' :No 7111' th,. uiHlfislKIIIll -- Iris TOUCHI r 1

I i'' 01' not we were born in sin. Man I J. Ynibrough.Mr I while than that of the mind. There : blue blood In his veins. And do Np,".1.1 1 Musi I, I \h\' siilj. ,I...
and Mrs. J. C. Sapp of I waiting on their marks .' "| 1'1.1,,, l ulll |".iiiull\. ",'|11| jd
in himself is helplessHe cannot he trotted to the to guarmtee is a culture of the spIrit. of mannpm I you know what makes it blue ? ench or I the I l\\i>' fnllnv IIIK' ,l,<*iilli- W. A. BessantJr., Agt. f' ,
.L'InK-lr rI lryh n- UA Irn/iwa- thatoven I Sampson City were visiting relatives -I 'phone : .. I Printer1' 'a Ink.!. Anil I'tu rnmn... nut Pll lHllll.ll-1 ol t I lilll.l,, I t,, ii,.' Illul "'
U dedto: ;; ;d night I his father a victory.. And he B n" n 41 -- --- hlddci fin, niHh, In, rinnt.
in this section Saturay : : '
the world, Is I war I Lee. when the time comes. He'll do "tIh"1, Ii' !I
Herbert Kersey : .vax itS good as his word. Spotting "I understand. sir grinned South front, dooi of ihc It Starke Fla. \ .:
,
He does not want war. He knows Mr. and Mrs. ils apponents( several yards as he "You mean I'm a diamond in therough' his Job JiiKt as all the other Sherl- '()uuiti. Cnlll" 1 hnilM' I ll', 'IlllUt, .

that the next world conflict will ;and Miss Lois Kersey all of Jack-I them set the Lee trailed .'" d.ins have done, and, he'll do it better -J : ; !
week-end let pace .
practically eliminate the race and I :sonville spent the because he's going to have a : 'I I !

wreck civilization. But he does with their grandparents Mr. and --- real education. Now. get \ IS '

not know what to do about it. Mrs. W. R. Kersey. \ out'! Co back to your bunk and S Protects food perfectly Needs no daily ittentiw j i

I believe in a big army I lo 'd and Beul.ih Lee King oWoodlawn where I It"
Personally were visiting Mr. and *' 4',',# get behind those bars you Freezes ice cubes-desserts No water or electricity r
"born- '
If the race were I
and navy. U' belong!
again" Christians then we could Mrs. AJ.. Yarbiough Sunday: Saves steps, work noaey Has no machinery to wear I .
Dalton bucked away. "Oklly.1 ;;
afford to be pacific In our ideas morning. I "
Dan. I'm going. He I
But the race is not Christian. The J. S. Sapp attended church at I started for the door. Suddenly he 1 : :
.1 .
J.I.- I I -
pacifists are endeavoring to apply I Rock Sunday.Mr. and faced the other man. -- I If .
.
stopped f
the teachings of Christ to nations and Mrs T. N. Norman and.. two thousandIn I I.. t\;:.,, ,. : I, I ., :

that in their hearts are rejecting children attended church at Corinth i I "Do you want the I

cash or a check he
Sunday.Mr. 1
Christ. "My peace I give untc

you. That is what Jesus said to and :Mrs. F. S. Sapp had as': asked I fJf
(To Be Continued)
His own. He never said "I give guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Clar ; 1

my peace unto the world." He saidin ice Hutchinson Wateroak, an* !XHII K' OK H %I.I't) !>!" Tt%
substance that the world had Mrs. J. F. Shnw and children. olDie : f'..:11'1'..'.11. "'1'..:.. I

no peace to give to anyone. Christlnna State Farm. I !I'.N'OTK'K. l.'i Slil IS Hmllh HlCltnllV him fllfil I1IVK.M. with Mill rniMMfll ( I. I :f l

should and can live together Mr. and Mia. Fischer Cask Ins ''IU') '"' Ihlll' lh(' IMX ,llltlTid I
will all Hiih>"ciiuuiit'
I. __ and little son of Jacksonville. WHre t miltliil* 't'.g'th'u or Icvli-il i taxi'H h.-101 I,I", 'In' ,

Dr. Stuffs Uniting Rtan.lpiirents.. Mi and I 41 t..I.' In loii (let nUll HUM to thehlttluil I

ilK It ttII.%o"on Mrs.V.. R. Kersey fuiuliy t liklill\ ,. fur, I'liull MM pnivlilfd ,. : I,
Til.' 10 minute ITCH tn-atment. mo'n-I Did it in 47 tecondt ',, M..,llal., Kill IV"Hi of tin III IT M.IHi i
.
inly I ONW\ / HI P1 Ill I <'allo"I iiei'csbiuyn ln.fe- 1x: i I iht' J l.i'NrMntiii. i'. upon I llu< foil. \
Jfl'I'UBP N'O: ml's' Xl OffOIINlV*' Fred Johnson. of Graham spent flat, Dad"hetaid."Yaucan "I I IHK. II.-", I.110. d l "It'll: "'"''lIto. ,Ill, t till. *
.01..1 nt"f, ii'ir.iii., ) siitti' ni 1"-i
..,. I week here with his biother-in go toprest now,
:\" soiled I t-lothlllK ol In',1 1111'I last ,110. t.-wll
N. .. Him* lo..t from *-,'h."J I I laW and sister, Mr. und Mrs A. D 'I ..f \S''I S,... 11 I '1'1'| ,. 7 < It
\'.k limit Dr Stutth E Ifi i HIM. i lttl- ': i: [.in Hilling. sn A uI,u ". 111,,in-,
li..
c'rmufn.
i Iphur Soap .I -
At ironil drnir, "I..?."' ,.v.'ayv.. h.I i ewi Little Clyde Yatbrough ppcn1 : Tlu Iii X'-" to !h.. Milil. Cl' "' i-\iil!< :" II I ,
(.'.\\lU''I'.II': Ulllf; .our.: i until turned Into the stretch I II "WouU' u permil me to put, it !I.% <.iMlllli-HIK NUM. 277 anil T..M: "I
they
Mr I
:
with his grandparents \ ;: : ; ,
MuI 1 Sunday dear Sheridan I 1'i.u, nnil I 1IKI3.: rvKpcrtlvrlv anil "el pn I I IIt
Yarbrough of I riu-n. with! effortless grace. he more modes'Iv.' my ..1 In XI'S fur. the yam It'I r. n. .
---- -- ind :Mia E. E. sen : :
I IR. moved by them as If they were and say thiit vou have the makings >"!tl7:! liulli Ini-luNlvf. mm.. .um. ,UK, ,I'. It

R LICVE: MISERY OF&a Woodlawn. still The crowd roared "t an admliuble citizen? I hope u.11111..
C'. Keene of Shamrock Ii"pending tanclirg Knlfl tux i-ertlfleBlei" IOI1'.thll I W It ll I
hli with admiration as he broke the I Oxford will let you stay long .till HiiliHiMjuent (1011$teI or" l.fvtcd. II 'f
a while here with I II lie. noUl l tn tilt hlh, "HtMiMff
will
that
made Itself with tnxi-H :'
;grandparents Mr. and Mrs.\ W. R tnpe and without stopping eno'igh to quaint 1 .III I hue CnurtrinllHr ilt.oi' in E:$
gLD12iS straight for the telephone which fact" -ItHlkH, nil. Iho tat tliiv ot A&'tt. 'IK! 8Hi .1 I
Kersey. I Lakedale. lifter they get a flash of I 11 I :00 ciVlm-k A. M
"Say
Madge\ Johnson of Graham I Is was still\ open to Ditto) thin the 12th liny of M.inllin.Ts. :
C3SST me on the truck or In a shell i OWNIOiYE.4YPhVCVASFP/A4' 5 ,
pending\ while here with her I "Did It In 47 seconds fist Dad. I I ,
=-? they 11 beg me to say boasted (' H.' .If'I.\I. HK/M.)
: brother-in-law and slater :Mr. ant he ,sold "You can go to press A J. TIKlMAS. '
I I't.tlc, ni chcuit\) CIIMII.' .I "r jci- d/
Mis. A. D. Norman. now. Lee.The 1 I
moment then 1"Irs,.1 forth" ( oii a t)', Klin lila
seconds ? Dean paused a
attended the
Miss\ Elna Conner "Only forty-seven __ ,_ _,.__u I I 3-18-3t-4-1..__. .. Hi t C"
said break : in u quiet vuiuv. --- ;
FULL F'lor Ida Georgia and Alabami Dan: exploded! "I you'd went on very -- .

DOZEN-iOc Singing Convention at Lake city n record. What held you back "Sheridim Oxford Is too old to I 'U'I'H KIIM roiJIMM: '1" t X IIKftllMrnntr irvnos: I Ij H

Q:;' son ?" change and you at the moment, ( Hill %u. llil: r
Sunday.in and :VftTII'K: I IS IIKIIKIIVHIVKS: Thill MAKE EVERY
Should -
i.stsT: oiGCNUVN break recordswith are too young. you
BAYER ASPIRIN "Oh. you can't \V If !r of Tax rnrllflillln -
( I the competition you get from Oxford survive. t the first collision,,. Nn. 17K IHHIIOI t h.. 3il ii 1M '.'
1?
But what Is a Christian flied ,
pence. mud turtles! was the It should be an Interesting expedience AiiHllxt A. D ltt! l. him I inmiIn
bunch of ,
i oil hnn CIII Ii api.ll'a'inn
born offli'D
has been I a
a___ ""'", :ow17' I (a is a person who for both of you. I know your 1 inv for it III x ii I-*! to I In' t iMfiipitthfi'ioii 'I H I
sacond< : time. He has personallycct'ptt'11 answer. father will he pleased." I' t .. !Hiilrt eeitlfli-iili-, tnilii.i.-.., .
Christ and is trusting Hit A few d duvs: Inter Lee was sum "h.. flllloWlllK l1"BI.I.Hli'rt |>l,'''|l' IIN, ll"

! BUSINESSDIRECTORY lonlng: blood for salvation. Just I moned to the office of Dean William Lee starif"! back to renlity with I ,I.,,. .Ci.untv., ,to-vvll; of: liiKUoril. sinii. ufFl'.rlila DAY HAPPIER

being a church member does not *. Standing\; at attention beforehis a hang. lot I of nik r.n flnmtiiou. II ''iIn !
subdued for "FTthei'" lie stopped short and W of H\Vi/, & UK':' I
Lee quite
I make a person a Christian. SpIritually desk to otIploction. i.f: SWI', ? ." 2f'l.oU' ufHK'i _,
one
speaking it nauseates one the moment wondered what the his e"pr.olnn changed of NK'i' & A"lrlp" along

, when a group of young people say imiahle but cryptic expression: on "Well It wounded good N stIe of NICvi Hcellon nf 55% .llounrlrcl Tuwn-' with this modern city refrigerator for homes '
afraidrardinii H l> l-uke In : :
for their I ho ppdaRoyue's face might mean. while It lasted sir but I'm : ; : 'l.; Mnn I
Itnnicn
; DRINK hat they will not fight ( : Itt I)t 7 Hiiulli. I '
n even to defend It in time "You sent for me sir? College will have to muddle The a".m."t of the. unld prop- beyond the gas mains and power lines .1
ountry: arty under the mild ,' .rt Irnti' INxiio'l I
For the'flmt time the dean actually along without me. I of FlomiorV :
i jf war. How did these young people WUH In the naino I

@gL" become so marvelously gouu in I \ showed a semblance of a "But to be why surprised.' It was the Dean'sturn .fnlfKH Sluirpe. Kuld i rtlflcHt shall bnr I SERVEL ELECTRO LUX RUNS ONKEROSENE

these loose days ? Tha type tIt lkng smile. ..di...mid according to law the
indication of spirituality : "Yes sit down he said pleas "I've got to help my father on property d.i.crll>..d thrroln will ha. .
Is no .
.
the Lee heplled soberly. Mold to the hlirlirHt hlddt-r at throurt I II
It Is an indication antly. paper the fIrst 1 Monday
thinking. hotiHtf door on I II
jr deep
& j In Strrlll/ed Hot tie* thinking and de- Lee heaved an Inaudible sigh of "It's been awfully tough on him I In the: month' of April l, ISiS, 'CAL' meals-unura* a plentiful supply
: of superficial as it wlilrli In the 4th day or April f>l>. II( ) lcecubceatalltimee.DeetofallitCosta
I through college
look if academic sending me I o.a
lh Pause That RefresheS .erloratlon of character. It Is aim relief It didn't as any fueled till 10th day of March, 1

-- -I .t reflection on the greatest Christ- Inquisition wall in order. I is." I .!lOKITIl'IAh. I amazingly little to opentoaotually _
Williams "I know father too well. I ( eVA' : ) I enough to
Dean your wivm
ana who ever lived. As I remem- !ICy dear Sheridan A. J. ThOMAS: No matter where you live, you can _

UE ARE ber. there were some pretty good began "I am very likely the I He wouldn't want you to miss this cliMl. "< of flrcult I Court of now enjoy the same convenient pay for itnelf. Clip coupon -/__
I'IIESCRII'TIONEXPERTS the Dean assured itrI fcri County "'lm'I oldlera: In the Bible and God was only man> west of the Mississippi opportunity. I S-ll-Dt-4-8. and savings of modern refrigeration for free literature. _

vith them. Personally I am In i with the possible exception of your : him.. "I'll speak to him. I that city hoax have. Serve! Ek!ctiolux _ _
i sir" Lee s.ilit "I'd I ",,'r.. ti
Oxford "Thank
that you
CARPENTER'STHE favor of the United States staying father-who believes NIITU'B: 1.4* IIKIIKIIV: : nl\KN: tall .. : b I Identical la important READ WHAT ThiS

jut of foreign alliances. I am in Universities would tolerate you fornore rather you didn't. I m afraid my I' urhoni It may runrern that thuunflernlirnrrl with. the famous Gas Refrigerator ,
STORE I ways
WRITES
REXALL 1,1M'I..I HAPPY OWNER I
flaruld
clays are over. He looked guardian of 0>
of attending to our own : than a single term. college I has been the choice for s
that
will 1 th
favor our i I I.e 9 Supp, nilnorM.I I on :
justness. I do not want war. As Lee was bewildered\ off wistfully. "It would have i Sub diy of Apt'II. 19N.:! .apply. to hundred of thousands of city homes "I sure. Ilk. my lterYltl l El.etrnlux.... (
"Oxford?" he rp >pateJ. "What'slint been fun <10 how those beefeatersa'hnt's onnty JudKc. of Hiadforrt, (f'uuntv It kwp everything no GOld and .h. :
I' \ttle 1.\"' .: 'no"TuaI! I \ private citizen nnJ as a Chrlst- : [ !" Plu, nt I 11.\i M. for uiilhitrlty' to during the pnat ten yearn. It mat_ oiHml preparation e. ptaMura. .
'an I will do all I can to keep our Rrt to do with mo? whHt' i'll ii t trI at. ...,1.. the fMiHre fntrt Ideal kerosene Surely: MVM vtvpe bvcaune; one
This refrigerator :
i\uoin it. uiiENCEllritl I The dean seemed to1.. gazing When Dan Sheridan heard thefJean' of iihovf* nairiI rnlnoiH, I In,, unit dn en't have to K<> to the haMment
:vttlrn out of war. Dut if war he frowned !., Hi", ffill'iwlnir. dRurrlh! laiiflii, Inttrn'l't'I keeps food fresh for days-makes after thlna" Anil 1 it', dandy for eolddrinks
.
off Into ppace.tinned story merely '. ..-.vll ..... J ,
llrultrrKitHII omes I have a duty to my country. ( unity. I : intl Ire .m.ira. K
.tvrp: lnf* : conflict "Render to i t: at Oxford," he said ind :sent Tot Ben Dalton the town a'pading I :'1"r: I NW'!', Hue' II, Twp" C HR housework easier-enable* ;you to .VnAu..i, Kamauhit, I.ova.Town. .

Duties never 10, 1 I'JttHt dishes and varied _ _ _
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more
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IftIII'I'N: f'I.\ !' barker Dalton found! Dan serve new
: i: three .
Jat-sir the thing that are Coo !tvmnntly! "Spent yearsthere I hilt', said' petition, will !h. In, tilni.n l

and to God the things! that I loved It, and I love it mill." Underly: o.ling the printing press I"tltln| | n >w..n rll,. with ihuI'omi
.nr's
dntcil flit. 2n" I I'H7
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ire Go,I's.1 Jesia encouraged the I "Why" that's fine; that's great ,ila coat o'f. perspiration muffling : ;00011.flAPI'; !I (IllHMll.inHOW _

F. C. HollingsworthHog tiiylng of taxes. fr'ome of the tax responded Lee, with a vacant' Jown his II'e. ::1-\l-1I-4-1.I I I I'' ':-< ,1'.
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I "\Vell."h't. on mind ? -
mill- frownA your
used to upport
And Hominy loney rnal'hlns.hat was : do young I thIn trice of a smile again' Pulton iialted: after they had exchanged TO CO: TO SLEEP MM ill % i\ :8 FEED: & SCCIJ STORL
jrv .
the Dean features. 1 KreMlnRt "I get a bank '' ''if'HIKl.1.\. 1 ,b
think about ipiead over \vld Sleet rt.mt'Hxiili IIeiutIenwei
iiiriprflclal dreamers I Ifi.VI eyes npfn 'o .. .
"" C ( Phases nrl n.wIt"i) "liimcom .
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until "t tave: also permitted mywlf 10 run ynu HUUW. ''llv If bliuldor Irr"lula..lty .
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FARMS hut: ? There will be wars tine pi wt*. .nf'trrniitf i h rv "| .
.'sin$ conies. Ameilca. build n to iK'qti're other affections One of Dan h lorteti with contempt.It I wiilox, ,> |i/>. ..von xi,,.Ml.lrii ur fi" ,.:2 v thlnir lit.uln 2 I 11.-; Al-' I 1:1.0&< ..., the k*.rovwnv K .''ltor..ti'.

army! Do not : them. .Shpridan, N you" II run without you. You cansear I I II I'' wi l, ..,.P .f .1-1. '1'1. I..."p. i.. It _ _
hi>!ig;' rMvy and a big ih I ..\ .. .fr.. III"i .1 ,. It.u iv ,k' \ '.u I N.I ."-| - _
Thnnki Dean. Lie replie.1asIly (jut t Beat ol :Your pants .
h. de' ,Ived( Man Ir not .1 dlvtr.tKIJ.J mi I < i\ fl.! .1' r.t, ,.
Denmark H ,: "Ar.d as far as I'm conrneil. usl .IH .'1)! over hum I' i I. i I I.,,, i" .. i. h. I "'I I I
', ; He Is a fallen creature .. ,. "., .. 'iu| 81 .tor .P.D. ______ _
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Prisons i:.- there are no flies on you. < 'in un it. Lea Wl-.at'B wor- I' .
lobe restrained .
Furniture CoN reds .. '' a II" I 11
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and armed force areecas.iary .'KhiiIlramm Vlilfc O II/ ft itt '' '! k di, u _
\\p .\ KHoelilnie NeStock "lolicemen. "' Well. thank you n.."' ....g D to hold in iibjecton! annregenerated I.ge''d I, [ ,UDHU L --
,' Be Sure Vs : ._ 1' % _ _ a'
E ery Day. I i race. t 5hcrl.tn.\ tl-g) Dean said, vaguely polishing. S. :; H-roni.
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( STAJIKE, FLORIDA ___. .. ..FIUDAV, APRIL
1SJLtDFW. COUNTY TELEGRAPH. .. -- ---- -- I. to.

w' I'\GE F.IGUT __ ,_____ __ .. __._ __ __ .
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., certificate Non.. 287 and 1385 of I lOSS. both Jitclusit .
AGES3F. set52' TownShiP ", ,

IMPORTANT Uana-e t( ICaM.. .... and 1 the ma unpaid roxpecllvely' taxea for and rep-the $309.77.Hulil'ta* certlflunt,.. "1
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If Bradford County TelegraphEstablished I TOO LATE DATESAPRIL ....r..... more or leaa. .." 1025 to ",aR. both Inclusive, all aubHenuent O"I""I'" '' '" I"'
The tacos to ho Hold .. '
..tI I)I I n to S27S.ni.AT.SO I. I taxes wil he ,, '1
hv t-prtlfli'Hte" NOH.....3311 : SKV! of NW'4"", & NT3M hl.lder.' the (Coiini. ,. I" :"Ih,
I ,, 1877 TO CLASSIFY 1 IS LAST DAY l)2l!) and Id 3.1: .... of S\Vy4 In S.'"'. 5, Tnwnahlp 8 Sinrke on the I 151)1), ,. ?. .
resent the nnpiild 23 Kant i.ontnlnIIIMT lliiH.: Ht It I ::00 ,
1 lLaliW. O'clock 'I'
South \1' '
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TO PAY CITY ,'.*,.. .. 1!>20 t to I 1'IRR Si'6) HcreM, more or 'I ICH*. Dated thin tinI'lin. , '
')( MEMBER"r = ; Hr nf:""KU.Neeretarjr KIT TAXES n,mount MINT, to 171.2!>. The taxes to ,he colt. are evidenced leFt.1 'I"
AtK/:< : :VWV, "'f *"I -,i-ertlfli-nte: ..... 211 1 ind, 1581 of ( :
'LORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION Florida Pre** Anim. In Sec UJ'I"f"AI.I-II'1I.\
I HI i: of Sl'i
& I nnd 1 t.13! ruHpectlvely., and rcn- ( I.\ .
Four outstanding dates to remember nhln 7 Hun Hi, Itnnire" 22 TI(
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the
for
'"1 the unpaid taxes Clerk ( ,
\ ) approaching within the ,IlilnlnK' ..IIn.. nrrpH' ...... 1 Ion!< to 10.18 I both inclusive, Bradford t Ci.in.n"I.,,'?./, i"" ',r rU
: You know. Just about the tim The la" tu l h. Hold '
; ,
: : Gtu'a4d next ten days thut should be otucttsual l hv fortlfli-ate. No. 1107 ? ,, ( ) ing to $227.71.ALSO 4-1-31-4-10. ".
I to form the Idea : NI ',. of NWH In See
um ready crazy ,
; t
I the 11111'"hI
\ I interest to Bradford Coun- iv-preBent 8. Hnnlh flange 22 ', (
cois' that I know all about Florida 1 Ii tlana are: ypnra amounting IA.13 to to jnn.flt.inns 1 5 E..I., TownshIp contnlnlna; 40 acres, more :) fRii'riKirvii! it" ::p 'r -

Published Weekly on Fridays: and Entered as Second Class I i usually stumble on some amazingnew April 1. last day to pay city .\lSO' : N'Hi of N'4 leHM.The to he Hold are evidenced "'NOTICE. It Crawford IS ii hItEpy ., ,t'\ 'I
feature attraction that I'd : tttxett ha* ,
\v' "
or N' of NI5"-i of :: ", I .
ByHOME Matter at the Post Office at Starke FloridaE. taxes. Towtlfdilp 7 "South "i-ertlflcnta, N..... 421 end 1584 of written\ requent I thai ,.i" 'MItlflontea '
never dreamed of before and that'sjust I"
103 respectively and rep- together
and .i"1quent
what happened to me when I April 1, last day to pay county Kimt, cnntiilnlnir. 60 ... the unpnlil, taxeH for, the omitted or WI" '1 ...1 'iL

: A and State taxes however County or lena.Tha to ho Hold. ,Va I l2fl!' to IflflH.' both lticlu..lv", by I Um Stale lie 1''I" i |K, ,.1"I ,""I .

NEEDFOR Matthews _. __- ___ -_ _- ________ .Editor and OwnerSURSCRII'TION visited Marianna a few days ago. Tax Collector C. A. Knight said hy crrtlfli'Btex tnxeM No*. nun .....lit I ng I to $9)4(12. tr t the hlKl I It anyone had tried to tell me a into: and IIKI3: ....'..."" AI.SO: NE'/4:' of NBV4\ In Sec. 5. provided l by Chapter" I 11: 'I''s 1 ,
.. yesterday that even though tax the hJ .R South, Itniiira 23KitKt. 15:17 l : acts of the IrfHMM' 'Ir,, ,.
-- unpaid
resent
; month ago that there are caves containing 40 .acres, mot-9 the fnllowlnir ,,., "' ,
books closed that 'IS .
were lawfully on v"AI''' 1929! tn in d..I" ,'d'' ,.:!
RATE .TTTrl"v I....... In I tha County .. ,, ( '
Agrees and caverns In this state that can I his amounting. to 912074! : I..o"" ,, '
he leave ,
date would ,
probably 1'11<' tnxeH to lie aold are evidenced of Florida, to-wlt- "
of
the hon Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c: -Payable in Advance hold their own with anything that books open through April to accommodate 3.1 AF.SO, ToiviiHh'n: 8WW. '\ 7 $ certiricnte NOH. 28!) and 1D87 of r.ot 2B, 27 In W ",,'dl.,|i "",,
I and
itnd IfKll': renpectlveiy ren-
aatingtise> Kentucky: Teanessoe, Virginia or S3
landowners.April 22 Kant containing Tp. 5 S. It. 2i .
Hates Application county ..nt the unpaid 1 taxes for the SO ,: ., Ii """ "'"' I
wh 'Mly t Advertising on Colorado have to offer I would moro or IRH.The Acre, more m i,;
Inclu
2. last day to register in he, ,,1,1 $ I'lSS( nnd Idas: both
tflxeH to The taxes to i he Hold, .. .
homefbharacto have listened attentively while I .. I l lrell..nl '' amountlnir to UOII.9\1.! ... ti \ ,'
local! precincts for primary elec h)' pertinent No. IMS I of by .rtf..I.i Nf.1 .B .'Kin: ",, "I'
Af.so
was flgurin' out in my mind whether t the unpaid E' :; IBi:j of HK\ & SWV4 8 1 11)33 11"1: rem,.-,"i n i T, ", ,
tion. It was announced that the 1932 to ini8.: ;% In Sue. ir. TowiiMhlp resent r
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RIGHT NOW years tn\ ,
far too t ? BRADFORD COUNTY IS BUSY SPOT to call alienist. contaln- Inl"II" i i.
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a cop or an registration books will bo left open amounting 949.88. h Untixn 23 l! nnt 1031 to 131. 1I., I I.:, u '''
eidcred I, industrial centers in the Northare ALSO: NW', of \ '''II'r J ISO acre, more or less. Inn to !. I
: At this time when many But after my experience at Ma- for registration In the office of 3'i, Townahlp 7 .. "taxea to bo Hold are evidenced,

of impor; talking "depression" and "recession" we are more fully ilanna lust week brother I'm N. Walnwright here all through 22 FMpt. contnlnlnir: ('""lIrl.'''',, Non. 19!! S and ISIS of nil Said tux certiricat'. ,, ,, 1
fcy to pu( or lean.Th ) find, 11.14, "P"PI'ct".I, and r"p- HUliHetiuent ninllii.l .,
I' about ready to believe anything April. The product books will more for the taxes will be Hold i ,,. ,
the unpaid tax -w
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than that the South is the most satisfactoryplace taxen to be Hold ?.
tlon convinced .
ever
era a
( anyone might tell me as to thewondl'rs. coma Into the registration office t hv certificate' Noa. 415 ( ..,-. 1 1'2.r, to I !>::18. boilS Inclunlve, hhll.,. nt I the (Coiirtb' I,,,,, d".I' r
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.. i along ine ,, to live in when everything is taken into consideration. 1S27 mid 11)3.1) ,."..".... to $2811 52.tLSO <'111 on the 15th ,,1.," ,.r Ip
,& l mantj .$ charms, beauties or advantages hero on Saturday from local pre- I resent the unpnld : NWH, nt. NEVi & JJWi/, t tl:8. : HI I 11 I :Oil ,o'clock .\ \

. < Bradford Countians have seldom been busier than they I of Florida. fincts,. veers. 19211 to i"18 1.1.. ..... 22. Township 8 Houlh r> 1"c thin the ?'r.iii ,1,1, |
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,. contalnlQtf 200 193S. I"
Home .immtnf,. to 1104 n2. ". 22 KaMt. /
Florida are right now and few folks", here have any leisure in whichto Honest If dome guy stepped up AT.SO: Wl. o( N\V'-1' .. .>H, more of Ie..... I lUKFK'IAL SF..\ I.)
to me right now and tried to con Mrs. *' \VVIn: Sec"K.. taxeS to he Hold nrk evidenced A. J. THOMH I .
. several !j talk hard times. The best strawberry season in several Josephine Pearce I South flange 23 : .. : (Vrtlflcate' NOB. 473 and 1828 re- ciarlt of ('ir, ,",,n .,", .
vince me that there was a mountain .. the ,,,,,
methodsof D Mrs. Inc 120 acre, more and represent in- 1'a'lrol'.1 COHHM," 'r
years seems in prospect and growers are also busy preparingfor peak somewhere in Florida Josephine Pearce wife of The taxes. to be void ( tnxea for the yearn 1930 and -t. .1.
% theestablish the: late Q. T. --- --
died Thursday
Pearce -
large acreages of cotton and tobacco. Of course, the with> a glacier runnin' down one
tide and a flock of bears March 24. at the home of her POT I. ANNOUNCEMENTS

In the hrecipes usual truck crops-corn, beans, and other vegetablesarealso piaynv. leap-frog on polar the :bfcher, 1 .I.llltthtfflITra, 4410. W if. .a... X3JOUI11 T31--., Iu..n..b II,. i, a aa. .a a. we a- ...- - - -, ------- ... -

: in view. Fort Myers. She was born inVhaleyvlUe.
might be a bit skeptical. but I'd< --' -- --- -

convenU Besides this activity with two important \VPA hesitate before I called him a liar. % Va.. June 6, 1857: I TO Tfrn nRMor-nATTr1: VOTRRJOP .'011 ('OV\TY C'O"'U"IO .: I FOH rot'MTY <'0" "1 |

.. housewi; crops, and had made her home in Lnwtej THn KIOHTIt: Jl.'DICIAI I t lake thin means of nnnounclnnthRt I hereby .nnnU'I"' nn I'O\rh, ,, .

correapc, i1 projects are now under way-a central farmers' market anda If these archaeloglcal WF/ for, the past forty-nine years. She CIRCL'IT: I wil I be I candidate' for the I for. .. nn Countv,,," ,- o.
,
workers to office ( from loner of Bradford l
er busln ; were uncover ames. I f-erehv announce n'nndtlacy) 'olnt .mml.lon..r Coumv" ni.,
new elementary school building-involving an eventual of Egyptian pyramids or a lean in was a life-long member of the for nomination ai "State Attorney trHiicceed I the Fo..t h UlBtrlct of Bradford. :Number Two. North Htaik.Mi. ",
Fla nuhject to the l> niocratlc to I the Dcmncrntlo
As a Ted Holyneck Christian Church of Virginia. myeelf, and promise con County. Prlm.iM' I liar
oni i total expenditure of around $100,000. Both structures em- tower of Pisa somewhere betweenthe tinned. "",'n"ol. endigetic and faithful I Primary.. .',ta y S, 1I>3S. If re-elected I promise t th., "
Alabama line and the Florida performance. f>t the duties of this I appeal especially to the .tpportof honest, painstaking. 'tel 1.11th'
Hon agt '. ploy a large number of laborers and present inspiring scenes Those who survive are tour office. tho farmer and the laboring. ..ervlce' that I have "rendt'i, 'i, I
Straits, it wouldn't surprise me in Tie! continued, wurporf. of the man. prut.. Tho nctlve Hiipp, ., r.
did ystl
; of activity.At the least. hildren: Harold and Arthur Dem-vTafH: nf thlp Circuit will lideeply I FRANK T. ABEP.NATHY. VI.I.TB, I I.. repectrull.\\I, ,.. .,

bualnesH Peitrce, of Lawtey Mrs. N. S. npprei.iaied.J.. L -, MFOIt I ':
I
this time of it is to be .alive anywhere but
cils vtrltt .'. year good But gettin' back to my story: Blount of Fort \lyera.\ and :.1i'.. I ('. ADKIX3rtalneavlllw : ron 9'HOOi. ISO lid .

is it good to bo alive in Bradford County. We Over in Marlanna I run into a chap FloridaI I wlh) to S fltit'lt it('" mv candidacy
and thai i.ing i. especially seem I .ouls H. Hill Sr.. of Lmvtey; two for re-election n.. a member of the COf\TV 0''I5'.IltIiI

mor to be doubly blessed in this Spring of 1938. mimed Yancey who is secretary of ,Brothers Prf ton Mllteer of I ; MTATK'H'' .'TTO"'".1Y I School, Hoard from, District No. t. I h'totiv nnn',itm-e' I ..- I ...
'. I the Chamber of Commerce anJ Primary KUbJect to the will of the voters In 11 cnnilldiffor ..ttnt. \ r.I ,,
of their: I Hiibjec-t to tbe Iiemocratlc -
Portsmouth! Va. and Abe Milteer I I the [icMiocratlc Primary. May i.T from DlHtrli' Three ,
resource : -0 right away he Insists that I let it Qultman.\Ga. "one sister. Miss mv candidacy Klectlon for I hereby State an"oun".1 ;,":1). If re-elected to this office. 3t I the \.1 of the voter" I I',, .1! .
; .
ment TilE him take me out to see the Cav Kla-hth Judicial I Circuit. compoeed prnmlHc i t to .nllnll.I I to .rltl pr> nr". M.iv : i 1' .
: an WAR SEEMS; ON WAY Emily MliteeV: t Holland Va. .11..1. been .
: of Alachua, tinker, Rrndford. C1IIchrlnt. the bent interest of all the"C. h. urII,1 to t rtn t i 'M <
erns. \ ...
.
Lion wit. ; Hitler, who has unofficially conquered Austria and won three grandsons; R. P. Jones, of I Ian Levy and t'nlon Oonntlen. .bOO I In Bradford (*ountv f by 1 voterin, I t1' 1
If
It I I"
1. been deThe < : the Chamberlain in England to his side hasa "Listen" I says "you re a nice Francisco. Cal.. Hallle Jones, I Your. vote and support will be J. I. MOOriK. 1110.S. tt thlN theirvih 1m., anil, :,, government now guy and I like and all A r'ireula ted.'r. '*' tll. office.
of
h'present you that butI Lawtey, and Graydon Jones of E. DPNrrAX \ pronuI' I m' 1''
. I .'OR riiooi. notitnT cc-'t of .
the
covetous eye on his little neighbor, Czechoslovakia-the one ain't got no time to be runnin' Fort Myers. The late Louis Hill, Oalnenvllle l Florida. hereby announce! myself a candidate a-Ivr,( them a best vleiin of nod mv I h,nl.I'I,n.t't
I
t .''woman 8 8togf real democracy remaining in central Europe. The Czechs have 'round the woods! lookin'/ at gopher .11. was ulso a grandson. for election aft. member of "hl'rnton.I nnd to dev.i- ?"M\ \1
I Board from District Two
''* holes." FOil STtTI3 ATTOn>EY the School "If. Renldent,, "r Fl.
Inte; a government similar to ours. Funeral services were conduct- T hereby announce myself aa candidate I comprising, South Stnrke. Theressa. di. 'o year.; taxpayer. :37 i : v.n-,
*.matlon f very "Gopher holes" he snorts. "wait id(t at three o'clock Sunday after- for the office of State'a Attorney and SitinviMon, City .lbJ..t tn thewill cn*"d common *,'it ttl l nr (te"i'! li'i
; Hitler still won't find the going too however. In the EIghth" Judicial I fircult I .,f the voter In t .. Democratic Florida Plant CUv flhith. ,' mm.risi .
'
. which any easy, 'till noon from the'
p' : 'em home of
you see And since he her daughter aubtect to approval of the I Primary, Slay S. If el..t..d Ipromlne course In Tniiipu Buln---, r

. being ol .' : The Czechoslovakian government has announced it will fight was a lot bigger than I am and hada Mrs. Louis Hill. Sr.. at Law voters In the Democratic Primary, I to work far the b.*t IntereHta !I. :.
Mayl.: It may be 'impossible, durinn of all the schools In BradfordCounty. J. H. (Jack)
;; been gl.. the Nazis to the last man, and France has promised militaryaid. kind of determined glint In his tey. Interment was in Kingsley the .campaign. for ma to meet Your vote and active support FltIf

....ulng--.tn eye I figured maybe I'd better go Lake Cemetery. peraonallv every voter but I assure *..II.I..d.W.
S. SIRI.RY. FOR C'OITNTY} <'OM"'ls' .
! ) that I will apprfclate the :
..t .} onerv along and avoid trouble. Active pall bearers were: R. R. vote you and support of Bradford To the Democratlo. votei. \(
.my
fion, anj Thus, little by little, the ententes of the "next worldwar" Now I have visited the Mammoth Thede W. E. Torode Will Ed- ('nunt,. frIend FOR nOOL ISO IRIS Hrooker t and New River c

-becau.'better ., Cave in wards. Arthur ZACH II. DOUGLAS. f hereby hereby announce mv 1,,4i1,
Griffis. W. announce
are forming. Kentucky, the Caveof G. Roberts ,my.. "andlIRe for re-election for count. '> "dIm
f' the Winds In and Carl Wooten. 'or nomination .aa a stoner and If re-elected, I
Colorado and a I'r.ll.
FOR nepREn'r.a'ris'ESubject : School Board from DIstrict Two..1.bJ..t do everything In
LimitC"y -0 lot of lesser caves In other partaof Honorary pall bearers were: to the Democratln Primary to the will of the Democratic bet interest for mv the pow-r. unt!fo I
c<" > 5
) mahlbr ALL KIGIIT FOR BYRD-WRONG FOR ROOSEVELT the country but folks I'm tellin'/ Jack Howe. J, H. Moore, A. mv' candldacv of ;May :3rd for I Representative hereby announce. In May v.t..r.8. If In elected.the Primary I will Election dlllcontlv -- people.. and I have worked fm, 'the .L
ty
,
people ,
of you this mess of caverns up in Harley, A. M: Blanchard Dr. n'l the state Leg-lelature from Bradford work for better. Bradford .and will continue Interval to dr> (n. tii,i I.i P''

SuIIythI1nt1rn Senator Harry Flood Byrd, of Virginia, bitter opponentof Jackson County can hold their own W. Brown. James' Rosier Will County County cbool. Your vote and aup- appreciate your nupport' .
"rlefly. I In favor of and will ppr.'a' t..d.
l .- the President's reorganization bill, was once "a bird of with any of 'em. Purdy. Win Bfcrle, T. T. Blackburn work for: am port a S. E. SPAI5KS. TRUMAN [ ""\1.

another feather" Now It seems this and A. At.1 Lewis. increased. appropriation for Old
on the same question of reorganization, the guy Yancey is va-e r.lHtuPcr. aid to the blind and .
a kind of __..2.i;: FOIL or'TY unwi itfrnI WAITER H.
*
a Cave Man, not the ,1-neid.-nt chll4ren.Prastic .. onn'FJ
4 writers of the "Washington Merry-Go-Round" column recently reduction. In and redlatrlhmlon I hereby announce my candidacy AN 10 II}' :
type you see in the movies wearin/ The Executive Committee of the .. For county t'ommist'toiiet' from Dintrie For county rnmntlnloni-i, fi"
of tnxen.I
disclosed. Three subject to the will of OI"t..l.t Four Th- ,
11 Iropard-skln
sports suit and car.I'yln' Florida Elks would 1 1 under condition favornr .oml'rl..111
no
Association has set ,
Hampton ,
and
I the voter In the Democratic Prlmnry Ora".m. l'"i* t', r
They say that one of the reasons Virginians are proud of a slab of pine tree for a cane May 8. 9 and '10 as dates for the Ttettar vof. for nchoolH.vlth AW. new tax.bent teacher I to b.. held May 8, 1938.Y'tiir havlll been a and I ''xin,

Harry la because as Governor he put through a sweeping! reorganization but a sort of 1938 model in a bus. :association's convention in Dayton An 1 moot up-to-dnte school. i\iln- vote appreciated.F. and Mupport. will begreatly for the UtINI thirtv-flve and Bradford. )'.'.., .I'm I I II ''f,

fj ness suit and curry;,. /In' a flash- a Beach.: "it>n* obtalnablA with a full ninemonth C. KOM-IN'OSWOUTH.( : I hut I am qualified I for I 1t'.ffi.

which resulted: in simplification economy and- -_.,_ ::.-- --I* 1.-r .,n.guaranteed't1.%,., tt flfl,4 each Mists.Ip'reaaed boy. I II ind to nerve thatianple_ In thtney ,, w

: incidentally-in strengthening the hand of the Governor. I Ight.Well, he took There are- I "' :' ; "compensation; ;;' '' for:--theteachers. ; mv frlendi are Iiesf'rtng and I .aiy ,in i .'.

me about three twelve welfare die teacher tenure and l ndeaunte | .'." ('-, tiifaithful ,i ",

By strange coincidence: Hyrd's reorganization embodies .titles from town for a motor trip tiicts in Florida with headquarters ( tencher retirement. compen- for County hereby. CommlHHioner announce my' from DlIrlct I..- I .and con*<> ,'nll., I' ii- .""I

tluough H portion of the Cav at Jacksonville Mi- 1 sat ion. that they have alway l K ,
new Tampa I Four the i ii
worst of the same principles he now opposes giving Roosevelt. l."wer automobile taf.. mihject to voter In to fflve.
ins State Park a 1.4CO acre resei ami Orlando Green Cove Springs. Completion. of Iload 13. I haveio4lttve the primary el..llnl May 3. I prom- I wlKh to thank ... "t tvoter
y Two days after Byrd was elected Governor he aHurance from our Governor l iso to rive a faithful and lu..III.-, .c.1 \'
presented vat ion Live Oak In
i a advance
being developed as a national Quincey. DeFuniulSprlnko he | Mice ndmlnlxtratlnn In this office. for "" ''I"'
t that thIs rood 1 will complet- .
and
3 message to the Virginia General Assembly asking for constitutional playground by the Florida Clearwater, Fort Myers .d li the near future and I shall I, Yniir upport appreciated May'vote 3,when 1938. you HTO i.<. Mon I'' '

Board of and State Park Fort Pierce f-illoiv up thin .."..urnn,'" until Road I H. WASDIN.
Forestry Leesburg. I I
changes him
giving to all .
power appoint administrative 11 In completpd.Kconomv -- ------
Service. Among the features and efficiency In ndmlnlHterliiB -
heads and abolish a number of bureaus boards Coitniv, ('HOOI.f Foil C.OI..TY C'O' '"
and planned are a golf course, natural our State and 'fl Df'. I I herebv. announce' ,J'\'R,
my
thing Just around the corner. Al"Buckeyes' ov..rnm..nl-whlr'h would result I hereby announce myself candidate ,IIla
departments. This is exactly what Roosevelt bridge, athletic for County commllouer' fi, i1trlct
has been asking area aquarium In lowerlnor. our toxen.T for election to the Bradford
will read it! Two .
the Countv Board of (North Starkeiuhj' '
strengthen Public lntructlon
and fish and shall endeavor to
hatchery museum. to ,
for. the ,
Democratic .
Inwa. .and enforcement of the lawn, ','on, district, number, 2. composed of. primarv 1"'ti'
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---- to be held
'1 Bridle paths throughout the area conserving our timber, fish frame I South Starke. Thereneu and Hamptinnatibject May 3.

This is an excellent example, but Harry Flood Byrd isn't will invite the visitor while excellent : "MRS. MEIGS AND MR.CUNNINGHAM" Hi'd all other natural reaourcei. to the will of the voter In people Jf elected*>f the 1 promise Dh tn -M.I I" I"
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I I the Democratic H.ond .1
If elected your ItepreNentiitlve 'on Prlmnrle May 3,
the only of the swimming and boating will be Mrndford County at larun'e' I ii
exponent theory that the all-important question 111'"' rely: upon me to make every 11131.If bet of
eve liable. -ffort to meet. the problems arising. elected T promise to Hive an my ability.
; is "whose ox is gored ?" instead of taking into consideration By Elizabeth Corbett from time to time to the heat Interent economical Impartal. ..rl.l.nt and I believe my experienceaTderman .t_ cl'
But the big feature will be theI The heroine likes Blue Monday of the people of our County. himlneafi-like, with of Stark for Hi- P1neveral '

D. I the real merits or demerits of the case. We are all inclined .mclerground caverns where the I after the hilarious week-end with I have lived and paid taxes Inrtrndford the n..rt. of the Hchool.* upper-moat year und. I q".If..d m,, f..i< ''IpoMltlnn .
'> 1P n'
In
to be too much this way, and find it hard to realize 'ma ed visitor will be carried a brand-new parcel of time laid In, llv-d In adlolnlnir County hint(".seven,,it las year more- Thalklnr.101. ; you for your nunpnrt. aupport.W.. M. .hal app.'I'

through a of thnn twenty nnd In the State the comlna I (Mitch) EDlVMM'K:
that maze passageways her lap. years ; election
radio sounds
.4. our as loud to our neighbor as his does to us. Into fourteen forty' year. Will appreciate. voile.utiort am,

j separate rooms or In the Primary on :May 3rd. Your very truly
----)- -- compartments. each of them a veritable "ONE LIFE, ONE KOPECK"A Respectfully, DFt. W. B. !IDDI.J TON. .'0'1 C()I-\TV ('osltl'49osIit' :

WALL STREETS CONSCIENCE fairy palace, with fantastic W. P. SM I1TJt. I hereby announce mynMfcildata I ..
first novel -- --- for
by Walter Duranty county comutli.'I'I" "
Events i\er-changlng scenes at every FOil nKPHK!'R\TATIVH FOIl -"OOI. sirs 'ni> from, DIstrict ( Lawl.-\l I MI
surrounding the failure of the This Is violent life On.
brokerage firm 'urn a romantic I hereby announce myself Ject to the ,
provided by clustered stalac- T hereby announce my candidacy n can win nf (he r> ?.1"olp..A
headed by Richard Whitney one-time president of the New tlte and stalagmites woven in story of a handsome young; peasant for election ai State Tlepraftentattvefrom didate.. for member of the H"nrd of In 'the primary el.m, I lit
t 'n love with Nina White Bradford County, subject to 1111. InHtriictlon for Dlxtrlct 3. If honored with electl" t I Ioffice
York Stock Exchange, provide a striking example of what gigantic: masterpieces by Mother -a Rus- the Democratic Primary Election told 01., 1 of lrad..1 Countv. Flor I promise to er\-e thi",I,
Nature and sian-and John Gunther says It is )h -, on Mnv 3rd. If I am electedto 1.11. cmmi\.)* votn.; precinct of pie of my dlHtrlct and th.n'i,
4 no one knows how
David Lawrence terms "the new conscience in Wall Street." impossible to lay this book down this Important oflce. I will do all rnnnrn, Hrookfr. ''n and county[ to the beSt of mv ..',1'
long she has ben at the task. In my power to represent fairly ,,111( New niver.If with falrneHn and Iml''Io', I !
Discovery that all was not well with this firm was made While similar in character to the until the very last paragraph. of our people at all times I am'i ifor 01..10<1 I promise! fair rut.) ImTtnrtlnl all.'V.
.....L- more adequate pensions for Icmlll.lr"tnn( of of- : :
: by a staff of investigators attached to the Exchange's business !- lives found In other sections, those red and the blind; for a free th"l fl<*e. and l wil for I.nla b..t'n'.t. \VAtWllI'

of Caverns State Park near Mart- The above and many other new for better achrtolN: for the .. .f al the schools of Brud-
conduct committee. Every effort was given to developIng tion of Road 13 which r la long over ford County.
:anna possess many features found and fascinating books of alt types duel. for panning; afleciiinle levlalaIlion I J. A. J. McKINNEY.: J I'on -OI-\-TV (0"1..1':1:

the case swiftly, and accountants worked night and day nowhere else and when the development and tastes will ,tie found at YOUR I I to p'.ol..t--.. people, -"fron I r .m.*.' *.. .

until the evidence was complete. The officials of the Exchange -I in opening them for pub- Public Llbrary. the Woman'slub I fraudulent'pornprlatlon. insurance to furnish aa-entii free; for Infer an ,! KC'IIOOI. 80 \nD for I nomination hereby announce a* CountyIMI my e"Mi,, .II,
I
then .10 Inspection, now under way. Is BuildIng Open dally except nolwon to our farmer. ..: end for any) I T .. 101 anounce myself a canIdld.itv ..loner of Bradford CounM rn'

;, immediately informed the Securities and Exchange -' .completed: these wonderful caverns Sunday. from one until six: o'clockp. other lvl lntlnn' that will be favor.ible I for member of the School District. One subject to the !l1eU''(
tn F-iradford County and the'tt cratlc
V Commission and the state's attorney of what had. ; wl'l: attract tourists and visitors m. Get a book or join TODAY. ..t.. nf Florida.I I (tinanl VnwtCtP. front anti North District Starka Number) subject One I It I am Primary elected Klectlon.I pieties. the p .

happened, and announced the firm's; suspension. (ten the four corners of the ---- pntleve' In Brndford County end to the will of the voters In the Demj pI.. of my district that I will vvor
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I believe that I can accompli j ''icnyJlP I'rlu..vIB, ; )' 3.1 UN to the bet of my lbilr!
Commenting this world.I XOTH'R nf '!.*! OF TAX: : ,..nvihlnx for our people In the next I, I wax graduated from Bradford bowing partiality tn none
on Ralph Hendershot
:1. financial editor am deeply Indebted to Tom C'U'I'IFIC": I1'F.Nvrfr leo-llitture.. I stand. on my pant, record i I Tfla-h and have worked In .. Your vnt* and will :" "Upredated.
: of the New York World Telegram said "It '!': IS HEREBY UIVEN that In nubile servIce In this Coun ,I mv life. I elected I will .hool..1 t"plorl
: requires a great Yancey the Cave Man of Marlanja T. J. Alderman has filed with me ty. I hive the training and .ability the prf.r.e of the schools of Brad P. D. nKDDIMH

deal of stamina to destroy a man who has worked shoulderto for his couitesy and kindness written requext. that the lax certificated to do this JJob for Y"". Let me do ItT ford '.nIY nt all time. VII'
together with all mibiequent FRANK liANDTtUM. Vote and l -- ----
,. In taking me through the Park and I support will ba appi.clated.
.
shoulder with you over a great number of omitted or levied tR". h..I" .
years, even Caverns, and when your turn '.y the unite l>. advertlxed' and aoli FOil c-iioof.. no tn n Oratefullv. your, FOR CO'T C03IHM IO>KB:

though you believe that individual has committed the unpardonable 'omell. I promise you. you'll not be to, the 1 hIghest liy (Ph..I.r.bidder| 182flfl for caeh of the atprovided I hereby for re-election announce myself a.. member a rantl.date ol"inrd *t'r i. tMelvIn* ) Ft'TCIt. I lake thIs method of .nnouil'mv -
thoffice
Yet your correspondent is reliably informedthat llmippolnted. I'm Act* nf the etrlHlature.. upon of Public InstructIon for I candidacy 'or.I""nn i"
of flufrlct "
County CnmmlsHlon-1'
'he following-" ."crlhed real ...Ial.In Ri-ndford County, miblect. action row _.. .
In .
of the roi'.TV No. One (Lawtey), and r '
none governors of the Exchange shrank from the ('outv, of Hradfnrd, State o' "if P.nerfttte voter In Primary. I' I hereby: C'O".lo'Fn. fully your vote and ,"IIPP", ,"'
an""ul
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what he believed to be his HAVE YOU READ? Florida to-wlt t : Mav :.1. 1t1' date for re-election' t. the "ILI"I- I feel.oU.J with .. ,- >'
duty. The Exchange is entitledto !KM: nf UK'/i nt N11V I I In Sec. 2*, Tf elected T promise to give to I countv r. nml..I.n.... District NO. 8 the office I nm my "p.rl".. nml' f."
no little credit for its performance through the Townnhlp: 7 Eolith; Itnna-e 23Knt. 'nv distrIct anti Itrndford, County anther I Snnth ). I was born and to serve you I ha no.h..t. "I' i '
entire
.. aV1i mat- cnntnlnlTiir 20* Acres, more term of honest cofliiclentlotiMdmlnlKtratlon reared In Bradford" (County' and am I solicit your Vote and ". .
ter. or teas.'the with eriunl rights
"OUT OF AFRICA" to .11 tutpuyer. nnd can onlv HP-" '
promise you
i tnv4'n to Ue soil are evidenced 11' rind Mpeclill, privileges to none. I feel that with mv If *
The New York Times commented editorially and said : Dy Link Dinesen ( Baroness Karen '',.. certlflcnleK. T'4o5.. <1",1 .anal 1491!) i>f ,Th.nklnM you for y.u.. support tm now flatter., fitted to experience serve you, I again.you, I honor will dlcharthe me with lhl.I'"i- '

: BlUen of 'into nnd teat: rexpectlvelv, and. rep- the "PI.ronrhlnr prl'iiiuy. thnn I have ever been and still. '10 lh l1" 0' rnhlll
"The governors of the Stock Exchange have set the example Denmark ) .enent the iinnald taxeM fur. the I am ,prnnilKf.! ytni, that If I am re-elected.con I I "rf". very '
I'I Tbts, portrays life on the au earn I I">J9 fo !tea. both I lnclu; ..lve.tninnrittiiir H* pertfn1tv. t, stand I for the rights of the .
taxpayers Very repecffoii\
through their prompt unhesitating and unspnrirn thor's tn fff.l.ft! R. J t.RWI. of mv' district '
procedurein coffee-farm which and the
? Is coun J. M noun-1-
nearhe 'S Tf Wi. of HF> of S\V'V -h'iol" Hoard 'Iernl'ei', District No. 3. ty n* a whole, ,
\ bringing the matter to light, even when it affected a prom- equator at an altitude of 6000 W of"I'1": \ J ei-. 5. Tnwilvhlp: 7 that I h.v. In me.irtvlnff you t the bead

oet. where In the Houth. Tinnxtt 32 sat, .contain- rnn ifiioot., 'Ut Will thank you for .
daytime I mi vote
inrnt member of one your and
the Exchange the moment the facts In"", 7 jlcreM. |ilure or IPHN. I Mtippnrt.
were .,,[13 be ia fleer the sun and at The ttterr h.. Knld. rfre evlilenccd hereby for announce myself M t'nlllate FOII MOM '.nTt:.:
faP member of the
flu suspected and established. ilglu neur the North Pole. hy i certtricnte NIK. $/A4 and I 1.117 of Public Inntruc-tlon for District Hoard Mr of,. n..n..r"lv. I hereby announce myrnnrtldnte -' II .1'.' ,
"ill' ni-rt t ll.l.t' ,i-..*|>ei-tlvely. and 1 1 1if MAI..oIY TIOI\H for Truit'Txtrict '
rept.eFpnt Iirnd'ord' I '
No- ,
Florida, f".d
finer ) I 10I.
of the County sit I
proof Exchange's high standards the I I I"
of unpnlil tuxn1* fitr t h. I.| to the will of the "Democraticf ----- Wo. LI. rn
ethics could be found than "R. F. D." years 1529!) to 'tell, both Inclunlve, r In the primary to be .' Countv. Fla.'. If elected I ,"
in its held .
1 actions in 011 lorvrv
ii1 this tragic event. tm-uint 'tog' tr P27.43.AI8O May. .1. inn.. t ( 0'11.10',1t to faithfully perform the rtu- "
Those who Charles S1 .if "'V', of !4'VIIn i U h.r..hv aln.u'. .can rried. | hv this office whl I li,
are trusted with the By Allen Smart >.I..I.'d I promise a fair' anti Im- didate ,
management of the .
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See 1% rlr cciiuty
?: ,tL Exchange Triwnehlp 7 Hnuth, ,I'M.il mmltoner' vital Inl..r... to every \ ,'

I? k arn not and can not be swayed by considerations of friendship, Christopher Book.Morley Peculiarly says American this Is I.l1l'1md A-r TUnir..ii, m/-,rt,.:.or...t,lena"ontalnliiK, 20 ",ff't,i.. ,.ndmloliitratlrin,1.' it .:,i.f wlfurjf to thin of 0111 Important i the fd'ur af-, ,I I 1, I 'f nNtrli'i'h" v.i.-. ,, '"'h'. 'e t it thi-subject Pe'nrfltle to the ,dl" '"nn trlct.'v and I am have n i--itlv been, .a. 'r"' "tdthe ',

L sentiment or personal interest when Thvmi (t'. h. .nld.l are evidenced L'> .' are to a vreat Prinary. Mav I have prevIously Brook.-r "- "ti.( .., tfirfv
a matter in its In erd
i affecting the I mixture of simple kindliness I by certlflcitok Nne. J7S and IS I.I: o( the .
; :* f ) protection of the public comes to a head. This is business shrewd respect for actual-! !resent if!>2A. and the 19'H: a renpectlvelv.' and rep- ,f Ian County" irovernment.. branch and' k feel w| trio i that need I nm f w .1 nnallflvd. nf m,cll .trl.'t and A IIuppnrt
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unpaid taxen for > people of
the ,,
11'. you for nn the <* if ha
nor of the most fru'p( : rfnj type. and Its moving touches of) are 1435 tn 1515.. both Inclusive, Th..nklnJ your vote and .. district I ir d j the entire conntv. hourS th- w-lfar I.and

41 A deeper Idealism -that lovely LinntintlnK to, 959.2. Y ur. very rnee$fullv., I w'l' sincerely. appreciate your section. h.1
ALHO: "HI,, ( >t< active mY
? !!It; ; Of SibIi; \ A. H. m-BKENCT. I, uppnrt.II. Y"ura t
P. UAINEY. r."i. O.\TUS.

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