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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 8, 1938
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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ST OFFICIALSPEAKING' Busy Times At Lawtey These Days NEW HOMEl! I lI Secretary Hull Before Finance CommitteeWASHINGTON j REGISTRATION Jfi J JIs


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Candidates Are Heard I Council and Commission' Almost 500 New Voters J, '
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pit. ', proof of the unusual in- An American Legion home for Officials here expect around i I

t Ueat being taken by voters in thla I n Bradford County was practically 4 3.60O voters In Bradford County I i, I r

ount in the primary election of assured this week with( the announcement a ; 1 to be qualified for the primary 'I I ;

f'lilY, H was evidenced by the pack- i that F"oyd Green had election May 3-the largest number .. 1

d house that greeted candidates donated two lots on West Call ever to be qualified here for a 8 \ ;

J t the first In a series of "speak I .... Street for the locntiou,! and that primary The unusually large j'j'I'1 1i 1i >II J<
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'.' ngs'' held at Graham Tuesday the Board of County Commissioneta additional candidates for places .' "
of
before the Senate Finance Committee Imposition
light in the Baptist Church. The The shipping wharf at Lawtey presents a scene of hectic activity and the City Council had prom- opposed and canned beef in the new tax bill. on the county boards and the I J
excise duties on pork imports u
iccond meeting in the series, ar- ,almost any time of day during the berry season that Is now in full I ised the sum of $200 each to be Photo shows left to right: Sec. Hull and Senate majority leader Alben freedom from payment of poll I '
swing. The above picture shows trucks lined
loading,
anged by the county Democratic some unloadingand all contributing to the atmosphere upsome of industry used in the construction. WPA will W. Burkley. who is also a member of the Finance Committee I taxes are given' as contributing h S

ecutlve Committee, will be held .and prosperity. furnish the labor. --.--- causes! for the increased registra I '
) in the New River Plans have not been definitely tlon.
onlgbt (Friday I i
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cbool house at 7:30: o'clock. ----- druwn, but It is considered that MRS. TORODE I Books have now been brought I i i iI

Thirteen candidates stood be- I BIG CROWD the building will be of log con- TO SERVEThe BOARD REJECTS back to the office of Supervisor t

ue the voters in the little gas- BERRY PRICES struction and will not only be used ASKED N D. Wainwright In the court r

It t church house and asked for SEES 4-H SHOW by the Legion Post, but will also Board' of Bond Tt.ustees,1 TRUSTEES house where they will remain open I

the be available for Boy Scouts and through Saturday, April 30 Almost
uppoit in approaching prl REMAIN meeting here Monday, voted unanimously
More than 550 persons, Includ- 4-H boys and girls. 000; new
cry The longest period of time, to ask Mrs W. E Torodeto registrations were
ing 4-H Club members, enjoyedtwo The proposed site lies just west NOMINATIONThe recorded while the books
allowed in
fteen minutes each was were ,
l serve on the body to fill the un- I
hours of excellent entertain- cf the Christian Church here. the '
precinct offices, !Mr '
candidates for Wain-
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'u three represen- STEADYStrawberry expired term of her husband who I :
ment at the court house Monday .
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itivt In the state legislature: T I ,lied last week Up until yesterday I
-rank Landrum, W P. Smith, and'e night An exceptionally entertaining Mrs Torode had not decided( School Board, meeting here The supervisor emphasized the

; ,>rgc H, Inman. I talking picture "Under The I HEAD MANDISCUSSES I whether she would accept the appointment MonthlY, rejected for the second fact that it Is not necessary for .' 11
prices held steadyat 4-H Club Flag" was shown together -
voters who I
The first speaker Mr. Inman or not W. L. Wall was time the Starke trustees' recom- have already/ registered -
tated that lie believed his ex- an average of $3.25 per pint with a news reel, a short elected chairman of the board and mendation of C J. Bowman for at one time to do so again this. I J
crate In Lawtey and Starke this comedy, and an educational short
icnence as a reading clerk In the L. J, Wynn was elected clerk and principal next yell Member J. year Annual registration usual i',
off subject entitled "A Trip to the International -
week while volume dropped ly 11
applies to
launt of Representatives would auditor. H Moore and W P Smith voted only large counties '

>e of great value to him as a leg- sharply, sliding from an estimated Livestock Show, The engineering department was for rejection, while K. J, Lewis he said, and when a person regia't" '

slutoi He was In favor of the 32,200 crate high last week to The picture was sponsored by STARKE MARKET directed to thaw some new road I: ,stated he was ready to approve ters once In Bradford l County, that r/ I ,
only 18.319 crates since Thursday, the Bradford County 4-H Clubs up Is all that Is of
the recommendation of the trim- required him {
pen range and increased old age projects for labor furnished by the t If
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March 31, to yesterday under the leadership of County '
issUtance, he said and promised WPA, O. P. Cannon, district supervisor toes.The .--- ;:.
o do his best, If elected, to see All shipments from both points Agent T. K. McClane, Jr More 1 W L. Wilson, of Jacksonville, was present and promised trustees met Wednesday J. "
hat when the Governor had any have been entirely by truck ex- than seventy percent of the total chairman of state farmers' mar-' cooperation with the boardIn night and again Thursday night H. LORD DIES j!

obs to give away, he would give cept for 140 crates moved from membership of the Bradford Coun- kets, spoke before the Rotary the execution of the work. but up until press time It could AT HOME ,\' Ii
hem "to the cracker in the Starke by Express. Lawtey led ty (-H clubs attended the movie Club here Wednesday, predictinga .. not be learned what further action i
Starke by shipping 10,800 crates There were many thrills In the future for the market had taken In James J
noods He stressed the fact thate bright they the matter. They II. Lord 75. died In his i
knows the problems of the far- to Starke's 7,549: Lawtey prices picture and all present were en- that Is now under construction in MANY ENTERs had previously filed their recom- home on Madison Avenue Satur- "I r
ranging from $3 to $4,25 and thralled with the engaging plot Starke. mendation for I at the day p
er having worked as one In his STATE RACES principal morning at 11 o'clock, follow-
)'hood. Scarke berries bringing $2.75 for I which concerned the experiences of "The farmer cannot bit a sales I March meeting of the School Ing a lingering Illness. Funeral ',: ,::1

Mr Landrum stated that he poor quality to $3.90 top price. a 4-H Club boy and girl who livedIn man," Mr. Wilson said, "becausethe midnight was the Board whose members then voted services were held at the late res :: '!i

was for a more adequate pension Planters explained that the I a mystery house and finally very nature of his work keeps deadline for qualifying candidates t to ask the trustees to give the mat idence Tuesday afternoon at 3 i

fOI the aged and the blind; thathe sharp drop in production was duEt : won top national honors in spiteof him busy during most of his wak- for state office and as It rolled' ter further consideration. o'clock with Rev. L. A. Shepherd r' j '

[ was for a free range becausehe to the fact that the season Is near- hardships and trials. The picture ing hours and he does not have the around It found the following qual- Also at this meeting representatives of the first Baptist Church con .

[ is the son of a farmer and cat- Ing its end, that plants have ceas- was also educational In many time to Investigate marketing conditions ified with Secretary of State R. A. of the Seaboard Air Line ducting the ritual. Interment was I 1 ; tr

tleman and knows that the few ed producing heavily. Local ship ways particularly In the scenes I and to know what prices Gray: Railroad appeared before the board Immediately after the funeral In i /0 r a

head of stock owned by hundreds pers gave the berry season one Knowing the trip to the Interna- his produce shottM*', be command- For United States senator: Democrats relative/ to tho 192S to 1933 taxes Crosby Cemetery. ry / .

of small farmers are the only more week to go, while J. L, Har- tional The Livestock viewers of Show. Ing." Pepper, Wilcox, former owed by the company, amounting Pall bearers were A A Durden, :

thing that stands between them rell, prominent Lawtey shipper the picture are He predicted that the' market Gov Dave Sholtz, T. C. Merchant to U,410,18, A settlement of B. Jacobs, J. p. Klckllter, W B.
Indebted to the Florida
land starvation. He said that he was optimistic for "four weeks Agricultural here would be of the "collecting"or of Madison and Finley Moore of 33 1-3 percent, or $1,47000, was Sewell A J. Thomas and E. 'V. d

host Bradford County to live in yet If we can get the berries." Extension Service The Bradford "centralization"' typo such as Is Lake City; Republicans, Allen E.Walker offered by the company, but the Hayes In addition to his wife, the It'
: 4-H Clubs
and Sears Roe-
because it offered better advantages Prices are expected to remain attractive County operated at Palaika although he of Winter Haven and board voted! to hold out for fifty deceased\ is survived by
to a young man than any enough to growers BO that buck, & Co., for this fine exhibition said It would be Impossible to say Thomas E, Swanson of Fort Lau- perct-nt II Miss! Fannie M Lord of a"Fenton sister! j'I

other county In the state and thathe they will continue picking almostto definitely how It would be operated clerdule I It was decided to trade buses Michigan, ':
and canning ---- until a thorough study of local For Court: Group 1, I
wanted a chance to work forth the last berry Supreme with J D. Pcele and to consolidate Mr Lord was burn In
people of this county in the plants and cold packs will find no Torode Right On conditions was made Justice Rivers Buford and Senllto1'I'esldf'nt ,, two routes, Rosier and LllW'I Ontailo (Canada) September Vittoria :'J ":\
fruit In Bradford this year Mr. Wilson stated that every D. Stuart Glllls of De- tey-HiKhlnnd. I 1. t ,
legislature.+ The Torode Chevrolet Companyof J862 and came to Flint, II
market In 'I Michigan.
placed operation thus Funlak
(In his talk W P. Smith' claimed North Carolina is expected to Springs. The board ordered the BoutJialnschool : In the United States
Starke, which has served Brad- when '
next week, far was making money and said Group 2, to succeed Chief Justice '!- opened for the ensuing'' quite ; ,
"old assistance his bobby heavily young with
age as shipping I his
begin ford and the parents. He
having County surroundingarea he could see no reason why the W. II Ellis, who plans to retire -, school term. \ was ,
that his crates :a successful
stating experience thousand
several contractor
for many years will continuein here should not be by trade
one equally Truman G Futch of Lees- .
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mnce becoming a member of the moved from this state in the past and had been retired for (It
business without Interruption or successful If managed capably."Starke's burg Judge Elwyn Thomas of Ft I the past r
Social Welfare Board had made Contrary to the gen- Easter several yenra, He _
;several days. change of business policies, despitethe market will be the far- Pierce and J, Tom Watson of Egg Hunt was married' I
him realize more than ever the sad I eral belief, the Carolinas suffered recent demise of the owner, thest north of any vegetable mar- Tampa. I I The cradle roll and beginners August 19, 1914 to Miss Eva B, t:
plight of many of our aged dUI absolutely no damage from the W E. Torode, it was learned this | Marshall In Flint and came to
ket in the state and should be Group 3, for two years, unexpir- I department of the Methodist Sun- ,
zees He also promised to do everything -I recent cold wave, but Arkansas week. Management of the busi- Bradford County twelve .
I very convenient for northern ed term of late Fred It. Davis: day School will have the annual years ago :
in his power to lower crops were cut back several weeks.The ness will be continued by membersof truckers who want to come down Justice Roy H, Chapman and John Easter: egg hunt at the home of when his health failed him. ''I

taxes and cut the cost of state I week's shipping brings Mrs. Torode's family and the and pick up a load of produce and Melvin Hearn of Live Oak. I I Mr and Mra. L F. Smith, Friday, Mr. Lord, was a member of the ;

government. Mr. Smith said that Bradford's total berry productionto same quality service and cheerful get back home In a hurry." For Railroad Commission, Group April 15 at a:3O: p. m. o'clock All Baptist Church, member of the

some people had been saying, I an estimated 3.179,764 pints i I cooperation will continue In the ---. 1, Eugene S. Matthews, Incum I beginners bring eggs. Mrs. Smith Friendship Lodge Flint, Mich., I ,
"Smith Is all right but he doesn't with a return to growers of approximately i future as In the past.Births. bent; W. E. (Buck) Hancock of and Miss Kate Struth will have member of the Holy Encampment J

need the job." He said he was $318.781. --. Election Day Sale Madison, and Bruce Davis of Tal- the party In charge for the after of f. O. O. F... Holly, Michigan, and jl j

proud of the fact that he dldn I The maturity of another crop I The Women's Missionary! Soci- lahassee. noon. was a Colonel of the staff on the "

need the job, and that he would appeared on the horizon this weekto ety of the Methodist Church have Group 2, Chairman Jerry W- -..---.-. .----- general commanding patriot mill- ,\ ,I '

devote all his time to the interest dim the glory of strawberrieswith Mr. and Mrs William E Clark, announced that drinks sandwichesand Carter Vtytlter. Kehoe of Miami tant of the I- O. O. F. of the I

of Bradford County and not to the shipping of 150 hampersof Doctors Inlet, girl March 31. other refreshments will be and Wilbur C King of Zolfo Episcopal ChurchThe World Funeral arrangements i 1

looking for a Job.T bringing $1.25::;, Heavy Mr, and Mrs. Purvis Green, sold by them near the election i Springs.For Rev Mr. Newton Middle- were under the direction of DeWitt I

E. Duncan was the only can- shipping peas of peas Is expected for Starke. March 31, boy, polls on first! primary day, Tues- I Congress: First District, I ton, of St. Johns Episcopal ChurchIn C Jones j

didate for state's attorney who was the next week and beans will be- Mr. and Mis' Clinics: B. Johns, day, May 3 all day. The proceeds Peterson; Second District, Green Jacksonville, will\ deliver his --- .----- --- I

present He admitted that he wall to come In at that time also, Kingsloy Lake, girl, April 1. of the sale will be used for church and Farnell; Third District, Rep. third and final message of the Three Injured ;

I young man, but said that he considered gin shippers say.WPA. Mr, and Mia Nathan H. Rauler- repairs Another sale will be held I I !Millard Caldwell of Milton and Lenten season Friday night at 7:30: .'

his age an asset and stated ---.-- -- lon, Hellbronn, girl April 3. by the society on Saturday, April I. Parkhill Maya of Monticello; o'clock. Palm Sunday will be observed Three women suffered Injuries :

that "a young man has to get Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Caruso 16, in the building next to Canova Fourth District, Bernice II. Bowery with morning prayer and Wednesday night when a car driven l

started sometime" ACTORS Starke. March 23, girl. a Phai'macy, II I of Miami; Lewis E. Moore of sermon at 11 o'clock and church by Mra. A Z. Adklns, of Starke ; ,

Candidates for the Board of MONDAYDavid I I Fort Lauderdale; Robert R. Williams school at 10 o'clock collided with another automobile j I I l3 Hij
HERE .
County Commissioners District -- .- -- on the State Farm
of Miami; Dwight L. Rogers highway Mrs. +1\:
I BUYER TELLS NEED OF INSPECTIONFOR \
Four, and for the School Board, Adklns was taken to a Jackson-
Belasco's "Girl I Of The of Fort Lauderdale; Peter J. Cun- Visit Veterans CampA I

District Three, both including Gra- Golden West," one of the most' BERRY INDUSTRY HEREseasons ningham of West Palm Beach, Pat of Rotarians from villa hospital for treatment and
bam spoke briefly They were asl i written will be -- Cunnon, of Miami and on the Republican group the extent of her Injuries have
ever II
popular plays Htarko of the veterans -
follows were guests
: I auditoriumhere ticket: J. S. G. Galla- not yet been learned here. Mrs.D. .
'presented In the school Florida-and speaking from a during his experience as at Gold Head Branch
For commissioner: Walter H. at'' Miami Fifth District camp R. Edwards, of Lake Worth
11. of
in Bradford gher ;
April I
Monday night for the townIn a buyer county. Park afternoon.
Cliff profitable standpoint State on Tuesday
in. R. s. suffered
Wasdln. Lacy Wynn, Jacksonville I Hendrlcks. a painful bruise on her
o'clock by the | "Until the season ends. I am extremely -
8:15: The occasion In observanceof
was
and E. needs Government
S. Slbley. of the Florida partlcuhr--Lawtey optimistic over the con- In the one circuit judge's race, head when It struck against tile
For School Board E. J. Lewis. I touring company I Inspection of strawberries -': the founding of CCC camps in windshield, and also ankle w
: Federal Theatre Project. The submitted to 1 tlnulng good prices" Mr. Hodges Judge Stringer Is opposed by F. R. Florida back In April 1933. The an In '
Incumbent J. A. J. Jr. here will be under theauspices before they are said, "and I believe that with a Mocker of Ocala, A P. Bule of jury She Is confined to bed at
I performance visitors shown the
A. B. Surrency, and M. L. Watter-I of the Jones-Langford- Northern markets. continued watch on the quality, Ocala: P- B. Howell of Bushnell derful development were over that Is being won- the home of her brother, E. S. Mat

son. I White Post American Legion. W. O. Hodges, who has had as well as quantity of fruit shipped and M. C. Scofield of Inverness. made at this natural beauty spot thews. Mrs. R. Demorest- had
The meeting was presided over be revealedIn more than twenty-three years experience from here and Starke, the I New candidates Insured a con- an Injured hand. Mrs. F H. Long

by> the Rev. L. C. Smith and an- Tense realism fleshandblood will actors as a strawberry buyerIn county will move Into second placeas test for the United States Senate near In here the and hull.later enjoyed The recently supper and Mrs. E. K. Perryman, also occupants t .s t

nouncements of future meetingsWere the play by the bitter hatreds, Plant City, Lawtey and Starke one of the best producers of and for three of the five congres- mesa hard road from Keystone of the car, were uninjured. .
made by Clerk of the Court I portraying and said in an Interview this week winter strawberries" sional posts from Florida In the opened new The ladies were returning from the l,'
A. J. Thomas. staunch loyalty, rough passion that about seventy-five percent of month.At Heights down to the camp State Farm where they had attended '
Democratic next .
contradictory tenderness of the According( to the veteran etra\:.'- primaries makes. it a pleasant drive and the ;
---. the strawberries shipped were up choir practice at the home
of the West who berry buyer, government' Inspection the same time, the Republicanswill beautiful naturla makes It
and women scenery
Carpenter's RemodelingCarpenter's men and froze, endured heartbreaking to standard. "The remaining twen- Is essential from many viewpoints I decide between two aspirantsfor the worth while. of Mr. and Mrs, Sanford Ritch.
veaUed trip
and body- ty-five percent give the growers, The main one stressed, Is the senatorial nomination ..__ Mrs. Adkins says that the lights of'
privations ---------- --
the Rexall Drug ( buyers and the town and state a J. Ilardln Peterson of an approaching car blinded her. 1
wrest the treasured the fact that a certain percent of Rep.
Store I to
engaged In In Starke, have been busily breaking gold labors from the western mountains black-eye," Mr Hodges said. I fruit packed I III not up to standard Lakeland, First District congressman Favors O/lellllallge 1 ---.-- h

their completely remodeling Not as a matter of personal in quality. As ha. explained: If a and Rep Joe Hendrlcks, of Through error It was omitted Doutilas To Speak
week prescription department this i I' I criticism, did the South Florida carlot shipment of berries contain DeLand, from the Fifth, apparently from the announcement of W. P. '
When completed a large The Jacksonville company husj i buyer make the statement, but for I even twenty percent of faulty had escaped opposition. Zuch H Douglas, Gainesville at-
aperture In the center of the wall attracted favorable comment everywhere -( I Interest centered In representa-tive torney, who Is campaigning for
', and all concerned and for the general fruit It tends to deflate the State-wide I : '
formerly dividing the prescription'' they have appeared, I In andtakke I five-man Democratic fight fornomination state s attorney In this district
audiences welfare of growers Lawtey Northern market a he la in favor of the open range. 'I
department from the drug store It will be a real treat for :; as well as others over the I It la the general Imp:'ear-Ion of to United States Senator Mr Smith nays that he la whole- I I anrounces three speaking dates la: j
acted +t''I
Proper a will enable one to command here to see a real drama tate where inspection Is not made. Mr Hodges. that: eventually there Claude Pepper's scat heartedly In favor of this old custom 'I Bradford County next week: Monday -
view of the pharmacist at work by flesh end blood actors. developed 1 April 11, at Lawtey at 7:30> I
with This season at Lawtey, where will be government Inspection of I An unprecedented campaign and Is opposed to a no-fence ,
his array of bottles and paraphernalia -- for seats I] m Tuesday, April 12 nt The- +
more than 2,000 crates of berries fruit in this and other sect'ona! of I In all three races law. p
built New shelves have been Hazen Resigns dally came In each day this week the state which will add enormously I it the Supreme Court, for which .--- resna at 7-30: p m Wedneg and the whole repainted tooffer ended two months April 13, at Brookoi ai+ 7:30: p. m.
demand for Florida ago.
to the tuulifylng
of $3 !
last week bringing an average per (
a clean, neat aymetrlcal appearance Fred. Hazen resigned : the buyer '8trawberrle8, This week's production '.. I I Cemetery Working i His speech at Theressa will be in t
crate
the This Is another step In : from the County Planning : handled fhlrty-sK, thousands pint of pint of of berries In Lawtey was *sf I- I Marine Studios! near", St Augus- I I An all-day working: will be held :unnectlon with the regular scheduled
firm program of constant Im- L. A Brown, of Brooker. that have set ret Bculah Church Cemetery In meeting to be brid, there >a
1 Cone councll'j) fruit. He said the quality of the | melted at ",OOOIj( () pints from tine announce they
PMetor provement, said.D. P. Carpenter pro- I pointed tile vacancy.by Governor :, berries exceeds that of former Monday through th.a: Saturday. no opening date us yet. Id'.y County on Saturday April Id. that cntc. ..

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4j: ,along In "iunnl.,,,, I .1" .,1101'hlt! I ,. geld' HH1.IMI: Aladdin Lamps FLORIED KILLINGSWORTH ami Te.mM ? our, ,ullt|| ,.t, I
ed mantt !' BEAUTY SALON ''"Htl"' 'I.' All HhlpmentH made. null,1 ,,,,
Sixth PrUe .MMII\ approval.. '
Home i K. BURNS & SON Paints-Garden Tools
Florida >''$ "'I'h.. llonnr llliir-\\Mite IImmnd.'' MRS. L. J. GREEN >l....i>ilf Temple Illilit. Phone lt-lO3l l>\MOMt J.II"U.o1fDUVAL : :
JHl I.11 II\ "'1'\
several ('11.".. A.lnni.. .O'.. I0lk nldg.I. oJ \(ENo11'1LLE'Ii JEWELRY CO
methods I M.-I HIM' nx ItlldV..nr niamnnduII.MCMIIKI "( U.UTAND SERVICE"The Read the winning letters In another 1' I'11l'1'O II \\f! TillIIKST": Ill 'u..I.nt' ""1" .
of theeetablh4i It,: : : : riiKriK I is'i ONLY. ONE. K ULTUNH: part of the paper this week. t1.11V NT. I.' '( 11 ")I.IpI.:

JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
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I| housewl convent:; t";; II, 1 1. \IIM' h.tii'Mu, > obtain relief :Super Speed L. C. SMITH: U so-called Bradford CountyThe CUNNINGHAM'SFLORIDA'S KuppenheimerGrifon

er correspt busln1', ,;:' Our Guarantee '"'I'HIlIIe of the rapidity with which it en- Best Farming Sectionof

Asa i itlon ItKMI' .th *-_ of' lion long you have had footti"uhb abler the |>eriitor to turn out all klndt ofofnce Florida OLDEST HOME-OWNED:

edonlt i \\lthi.ut B.-nlhit' relief buy a pair of stork at lower runt and with U'ss FURNITURE STORE CLOTHESKnox

ago., iiKti.'iii' 1'0'1' siior.sW. fatigue than any other typewriter now HEALTHY PROSPEROUS

., did t'': | let aullulilf.. FRIENDLYA : INVITES YOUR PATRONAGE
eyebuetneee .11 I tlo! "in ::11I>(> dayn. If you 'lo not get id
',' ] ,i. i>iin .Hi.in' sad rur.'''''' full purchase price -.. Stetson

ells will V.i, .,H I, i II In. xoli I, Juilari' L. C. SMITH & CORONA Good) Place To Live and Invest
and that' ii;*,> 'tic' i":., i I.'I: \\II.MION, :; AND <'iiiir>iti-.v HATS

tog mort'I ,I. i h..., .'ook-III': on von, feet. TYPEWRITER AGENCY
THE
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of their W r. I I"' I [lookliiThr
; ; Furniture For Every Room
ti ARROW
REALTY CO.
WILSON
resource 212 W. Monroe St. Jacksonville SHIRTSNUNNBUSH
ment an or the Whole House
R
J STARKE, FLA.
lion wit 1K
been de; !". SHOES

'Yi4ky r-
The h a t9
presectt.woman KOZY KORNER We Specialize in Permanent Waving?

a DINE-DANCE AU Work Guaranteed

tag Intemation M: JOHN A. CUNNINGHAM,
Courteous Service MAISON VICTOIRE KENT WARREN CO.

YI which f Drinks-Short Orders-Beer BEAUTY SHOPPEPhone Forsyth at'UI'oadJACKSONVII.LE
1 being of' 222 W. Adams St.
Shell Products
* been gl 5-2166 JACKSONVILLE
FLA.
,nlngrfi, PHONE 73 STARKE FLA. 41 W. Monroe St. Jacksonville ,
lreoneervtion

an) '
-becauitier
I1' See The NEW EASTER USE- LADIES AND MISSES\ WILL FIND
ALEXANDER & CO.
Limitflly r I IT
PROFITABLE TO VISIT
mah
MILLINERY: V-C Fertilizers"Always
bera of .
-fully DRESSES PALMER'S
me Complete Line of Dry Goods Reliable"MANUFACTURED

\nlurr lllicbtVnjr way. Pool Tbronw Out or ItnlitiifeHEALTH .War And SHOESAt wnd BEAUTY I. ,

: SPOT SHOE I! STUMP'S Gents Furnishings \ UY SHOPPE ':' H


:11 33 \\'. UV.\L PRONE S-2023 I Remember Every Day Is Bargain Invites Your I'atronageALEXANDER VIRGINIACAROLINACHEMICAL Phone 5.1916 328 St. James Bids.

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Day At- CORP.A. JACKSONVILLE FLA.

a I We wish
to extend a cordial invitation
I I YOU NEVER KNOW STUMP'STELL & CO. M. DARBY, Local Rep. to all Starke and Bradford Count

7 7Y 7i + Wlthom .iti A-iiuy: ;just what dangers: ; lie hlJde'.i. l Ladies to visit our shop

i I otu'ing pus und germs Into your blood

Y "i.im, wreckn-g your health "
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I l Ol.en.edTeeth Niiil <..UIIINrrrk
llrullh WHY- LUCIELLE SHOP <-'iuliHi.d' | Stn lc .
lour KOZY RESTAURANT 'meal .f Condition '".I ">
l'au-ll1f! Itlll':1'M.ITISSL" In.IIKo"II..". NKl'HI-: TUB PEOPLE OF STARKE Exclusive Millinery

i. 9'In"I-IT(':, ,.11.,1,1 tin' III"nTHKIl heart oi'Kanlc trouble/ ,dl..a.kidney...... and Without AU- AND BRADFORD COUNTY Phone 5-6552: 237 Laura St. 115 W. FORSYTH ST. FLORIDA BANK AT

kn'tviug.. II. you MAY .IIB carrying Kround' In PREFER TO DRINKCocaCola
y. )'n' in mill nt the ROUT OK TIIK TKKTII: JACKSONVILLEROSE STARKE
teeof liili.olli.n thai are SPONStHLIO': FOIL SpecialtyHalf
.., HEALTH. Your beet. filenil could JOEL Prop.
VI Vi PI It II.I. : fium .
I lll'T" orn X-HAY CAN ANU: Report to Comptroller at the ,-l",, .
nutVM tell yuu-
Fried
Chicken Dinner ____ 35c .
"The Pause That Refreshes" LIIIHII| March,
11.1.' If you\ give UK a cnance Why not 1000 Bountiful Spring Hat 1000 HII 7. 1038
'Illy ;i.i r..i, .in v xttmlnatlon"' T-Rone Steak, as you like it _____25c
Conditions
OF DRNTISTRY: Bottled Under
Al.l. miAXi'tlKM: : Sanitary Loan[ and IMHcoiintV"1" ,
'luti'K, I'r.iwiiH. Fridge, "11111111'.. Klc Best Lunch In Town for-----_ __15cManagement :.o"V"g' I'"H, furniture .t6.II'

1"111"'".. "_ ___ ,
COCA-COLA -
DR. PARKER STARKE 1000 BEAUTIFUL tOOO Other HeHouit-en __ 12. ;. '

nivr\i: IIUKOV BOTTLING CO. SPRING HATSA 1.I"t..d I IT 10. floy't.New Securities York '1S1"'k* '.ooo.oo

D.1 I ('..... Itnr and Iraur. 9tm. FRANK :MORRIS and JOE BERRY Kxihnniie llondx and
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Ch. the Murrl' I'liin Ilniiklhunv STARKE FLORIDA other f-i>ciii-I..H|(
1.1.1 ftriO.
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1J-lU" Smart Assortment of Chic Models
: ; 100'/ Union filch on llunil. and Due
Featured at Any Price You HaveIn ri.uii. llitiikM .. __.. m.106.20
I, Mind PHONE. 5.9160' JACKSONVILLE
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1 r tl DENTISTl AMOCO GAS AMOCO OILS $1-$1.45-$1.95-$2.15-$2.95;) ; ; t 2P.! .I I

GREEN GLOW SERVICE and gradually upwardNEWMAN'S ('l1lll1al I"to..k I.IsbllltlesSutphlold -.
: .. llrllnblv. llmnunnhlvX.ltV t .'"
PRIVATE AND 1"::.'II
PERSONAL _
; H t>OHfKI.l'VJU'ltr.T STATIONA Depuulte .
: ( .un\>* IIIIIII.EYOItK INSTRUCTION l''Ilvl"I
I.L\KMTK) MILLINERY
Free Wash and Polish On Your 2'I7! I I31l1ub..r
,
made
Plate
mad
Tinmi. MI livuutlful ever Federal|
shine .l.t o Sniiil your |>late and we repair,.a Car Ask Us How 219 Main St.-Jacksonville RUDEMAR BEAUTY Deposit I..urnn..eCorporation
the some il.iv. Von know the dentlnt .
ytIi but i r'ueniier the 'location "25;) Years In Your Service" SCHOOL OF FLORIDAMost
:. I'OILNKU ;M.MX ANO:; FO118TTIII
( Lun Drug Store-Entrance 2& Main
Lunch RoomA Exclusive School
Iaay: .:*....-....." It c... R* |)OB. ; Finest System
Good Regular Dinner and Highest Standards Accredited

i s DR. SEIGLERPh. All Kinds! Sandwiches and Drinks TELL WHY YOU (PREFER Enrollments At Any Time GRACE and MERIT

,4,4t \une I. \......... S-I.U Junction of IS & 13 North Starke THE 1938FORD 127 E. ADAMS ST. JACKSONVILLE


V-8 Ultra Smart Millinery

TELL; WHY
Sold and Serviced By $1.59 to $4.98
YOU LIKE TO EAT AT BE SMART SUNDAY and MONDAY


THEORANGE BETTER SERVICE AT J. W. ANDREWS JR.

BLOSSOM MOTOR CO., April 10th and llth Lynch Bldg. 109 Main St.


CAFE LOWRY BEAUTY SHOP STARKE, FLA. Jacksonville

120 S. WALNUT! ST. STAUKE SONJA HENIE
1752 :MAIN ST. Also Good Used Car Bargains

110\11': <'OOKKI 1001Kruntnr > See Us and

lllnnrrHHOI PHONE 5.3127 JACKSONVILEIT DON AMECHEin I

Mhnrt 0'...... "..d''''''''." FRENCH
NOVELTY SHOP

1 Carrying a Pull.. Line of

r I 'IHV Offli-e I'honi30701 Linens; Infants Wear; Novelties; Silk]
THIS AD AND 3.50: WILL
i' I U :\1.-;3 I'1.: It..... Phone 7-7108 TO Underwear; Tapestries; and Sweaters
WILL PAY YOU
i't. ENTITLE HOLDER TO A $5.00: 28-30 W. Adam* St.Jacksonville' ,
PATRONIZE TIlE
DR. JOHN L. MEISTER, WAVE AT "HAPPY LANDING"Also -

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IrgintcreJCUIROI'OII3TFOOT FLORIDA BARBERAND ADAM'S BEAUTY SHOP Your FntrniiHge Kln/lly Soli.-Hfd. llllJ

Highly Appreciated
SPECIALIST; 25 MONROE: : ST.
i1 PHONE 5-6021
; BEAUTY COLLEGE
MASSEURFOOT PHONE :5-6556; : :> JACKSONVILLE:
News and ToMthern! Hatcheries
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; 10 E. Hay St. JacksonvilleF.

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I But where lie goes I do not care I I.", Coitirli'iiln, =NON.Ml- : IIIK! 740 of ""H.; U. 2'J:! I M.: ""la In hut NO tt.t.i M,
radford Only I wish that I were there. tllSt and nail: respectively. and represent AfofP or I ll'KH I.
School Journal the unpaid tax.. for the The' tRaps to he. Bold aro evidencedby 'I,'
Dorothy Lee Johns. year 1930 to 1918 both incluahro certificate. NOB. lito and 18 amounting to $2(5( .00. LOsS and 1983 roBpnrtlvoly, anti represent .
At..ftO: T.ot 80 Town of nwtov the unpaid taxpH for I th*
l Summer H of Tty Roc. S3 21, 23, 26 Tp. 5f years 1931 to 1988 both inclusive,

( ,,1\.1)\ I..>=r mEE STAnKE, .'LOICIU.FH1U.' .\\', \I'ltll. K. 111314 :o.il'\lUEU. ; flENT'ilNINEiro1tTN.CflhTW ) Summer Is here The f S. U.tnxea 22 13.to lio sold. are evidenced amounting ALSO: 8WM to \10409.of SJ 1'i 13*. 3 I !

With all its Jolly fun and cheer, hv certificate NOB. 341 and 741 of Acres In NW 'or A 6 Acres In ;
When summer time has come till: and 1683 reepecitv.1y. and represent HW Cor SKIB Tp. 7 H. K. 22 H.. I''
PP" HONOR ROLL the unpaid taxes for the contain lug 32 Ai "M. ionic orInNB. I
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SENIOR PLAY Personality P-l-u-s We all expect a lot of fun, voara 1030 tn 1038 both Inclusive. ,
1,1, For In all know .amonntlnfr tn S25 nl The taxes I to tie noltl are evidenced.
,r!ii.\NOES: I'EEI'.1' ON TONIGHTOn summer you ALSO: Lot U Town of tawtoy liv certificate No,.. All and 1878 of
.. F.I'ITOn-TN-CHIEF TwelfHi-H Gradelfai'rlet I Pauline Anders --She surely has Down the river in a boat you row E of Rv Sir 23, 24, 2". 20, Tp. 6 19.10 and 1933 respectively. and rp- I
\ \ '. 13KNSONITERAHY : Bishop, Miriam Guy got the And to the lake you head for you S. n 22 PI., T'onimt the unpaid taxes fur the. ,
\IUUhJT GeraldIne April 8, 1938, ,at 8.00: o'clock, pep. Tho taxed to he Hold are evidenced yea 1929 to I 1938 both Inclnglvo' I ,
FJI'ITOn Morgan Bernard Hosier the \ Reese Bradley-- Ladies' man. know. hv rcrtlflrnte No*. 241 and 743 of amountlnfr" to $KR.74.Hnld I 1 1I
IHIE'I', nITTY J : (DOT) BISHOP Lillian Stump Carol. White Millie Senior Class play "Girls Will Evelyn Crosby Small but That instead of school and l.ibor, 1032 and 1033 respectively.. and represent I tax cortlflcaten together with .d : I
1 I \ Silcox Edmond Bu Girls" will be prevented. The the unpaid taxes for tha all nubHeiiiont|, omitted or Levied.
11DtTORuIL.L. Galloway Pauline I sweet. and brains, years 1931 to 1fl.1l both Inclusive taxes will bo Hold to the highest )
will bo
4ponTR in
play the Bradford
PLUMMEII ftrmier, Paul Faulkner Edith Hol- given Ernest Boyd- Wotta You get on the horse and loosen amounting to 1721. bidder Dt the 'ourihoima door In i
lingsworth Jannle High School Auditorium. This I man At-HO: c-om. at NK! Cor of NW4 Starke on the 15 diy of April 1938
Sapp. Beatrice I Margaret Davidson "Still the reins. of '. & Hun HdOorner at 11:00: oYlnck A. M. j 1
EDITOR play will be : Waters NWV S(-( 24 H to ( ,
ELLA I MAID MANNING CuBsell Hazel Moore, Lena Lav very good, we aresure .run deep." Richard Jackson. n' said. 40: Thence R. to FIsted thin the 20lh day of March A I
ender. for it i is under the direction, 1.11,1 of i 1.. II. lllll): The. ,,.-.' \V online I13': l'' : I
JOKE KDJTOR of the capable director. Rob- Forest Crosby -- Little but of salt Innd 7r>n Cl. ThnnrW .. (OFFICIAL SKA) ; ;
very '
EDNA: PHARCM Twelith-I. Grade I mighty. The Ut tie Commander mo ft. T1ic-nt-i W flOO ft. N A. J. TIIOAIA8,
crt Demorest. The chairs lined I limn ft. K 41 ft. I hence Noifhi I'lfi-N, of circuit Cinirt, "t I
>spECIAL'; HEPORTERMJIUAM Clarice Gill, Frances Peek Janie Alice EdwardsSlow but sure. were against tho l I loon ft. Thence K 188 ft., Iirudfoid l Cuiiniy, Flortilo I
GUY Mae Quarlc's Ella Mae Manning Participants In the play will be Ancll] Futch-His laugh la his wall, I In, HI>K.. Kei2i: 24 Tp. B H It. 1-1-3t-C-tli. I

Louise Rosier Bill Plummer and Miriam: Guy Among the shadows dark and S3 R, .. I
-- Pauline Anders blrthwark.,
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'I'IntnxoR\ to lie H"UI ,aro evidencedhv :
lila' Snpp Margaret Davidson, I two little lovey doves; Frances Clarice Gill-A voice for the tall. c-ertlfli-nleH' Non. 244 and 7R3 of ""'1'11' I. 1':1.1'1'10'\1:; '0'1'1( 1.1 oJ
EditorialLOST Vernle Peek a desperate criminal; L. O. Behind the chairs a small boy I'.IHI and 1 teal resiKu'l, Ivelv. and rep-. XOTICM IS IIICHRUV DIVKV: that I
Phillips Alice Edwards Jones Metropolitan. ,.......111 the iinpafil taxes for the the ttonrd. of County (CommlBBlonnr' ) I >
J. W. Kelley, L. O. Jones, Ancil o who disguises himself An- I L. O Jones. That big bass stood. )".nl'H 1930 to I 1i.1: l h..llt Ini-liiMlve, of nrndford County Flfirldn. ',a. : I
OPrOIlTUNITIKH I Kutch Vesta cii Futch a Frenchman; Ernest With his toy gun of wood. luncMintlnflr to $fl4 DO.Sulil called a Special I Rlecllon: to .he held I
, ,
McRnc Harriet Ben- j voice. .. ,
loses his lux rerllClcHti'M loRullvr' with In the several electioni., 'Im f of I
in man who oppor- son. Boyd an Insulted policeman; N. { Kiln Mae Mannlng--Always do- ,nil cuuluseqitent ottI ll or I.uvled Hiild County, for the purpose of de- j I
unltv tones himself. Therefore, j T. Rltch the dignified governor And from behind his grandfa In:see will Im mild to::1t hlKhent tortnlnlnir whether or not PrncHordCoiintv
for Senior to take ad'intuRet. I Ele\('nth-.' Grade 'and L. O. Jone's father Julian I j pend.ible. ther's chest. bidder" nt I the ('01,rt iou."' door InHtnikf Florida, Hhnll ln ron-tut*
I I' ,,8 well a Mai-zie Howard Hazel Lillian Mosley Can she dunce! on I the 1 1Mb day of April od t Into I" n Cotton Prodmilnn, I t C."I Tot I
and opportunities that Thomas Griffls Miriam's brother and L1IIlm Rushed Tommy, Bill and all the 111:10.>:l> nt ::00 o'clock A. M DIMrlct. pni-Hiuint" to I'li.iplor'; 1" 08.
,offered him. Ho should be- |I Mary Edwards, Vernon Silcox Lo- Stump Miriam's beloved J.V.. KelleyGond sport. lost Pitted! thin the iiotli day of March, Laws nf !-'IOI..III.1'1.. nf 1931, the

Ill", ': ralne Hartsman Doris Strickland very Vesta McRae--Pretty ant well- With war paint on their faces and, 1!935.oe'p't'TAr. H8.Anh:: : I
vhon small and make the beat aunt I Ile 'uL) ACT to Promote the Pin -
gn.: all Willie Mae Thornton Ella Mae liked. hands A. J. THOMAS.! !! Ing and Production., \ Within .,
j'm' ,< his opportunities along: Supp Loyree Phillips. Edith Rowe Of this exceptional cast we N T. Rltch-Good at explana For that Clerk of i-lrmlt. Court of State of Florldn, of Sea IBI|, ,n-t
Ihl, ..ij'li school. While In High I know that an excellent story can tions. was the custom In In- Hradford l County, Florida. Cotton: In the Kxen-lae': of .ilneserved I'", I _
Enza Weaver, Martha Wells Dosh- ditto lands. 'I-1-.11-4-15. Powers tf I fit,- Stat *
,>l it I 'is necessary to prepare and will be told The Seniors ....
5riio haveworked
: la Smith, Junior Adkina Clara Frances Peek-r-Sweet small)) and '--'- ---- Florida to. provide, protecl. I "'u _
ro, 'h life ,that/ has to be faced very hard on this play and loved. They took his diamonds IIn,1 his >'O'I'Il' or,I'I'I': : :; U for (fro"' ... and Produoern nfSiifh I
Flume Vann I .
Futch
We Talmadge I i 1:11: ( Cotton Asrnln I" -t tr '''rlJI. -
Senior days are over.
III i i hi Kelley: Jewett Fogg John Arthur mean to show you Friday night Edna Pearce- friend to all. gold. N'OTICR I.s HKKKUV,: IIIVI3N that Mon And Reduction. In valr, < I
'1'., Hi, Seniors of' 1938 are going the bent play yet presented in the Hill Long--Studious, and howl! Yet this little commander :\II'''. I. n Knli-h, IIIIM filed with mi Thereof: "'n That Find ProvlilIIIK \
Torode Doris Silcox. never I
best of written reniu-Hl 1 I tluil I tho 'lax certlfIrateB for Crrntlon .r Cotton
I l 1 i 'PlO) the opportunities I auditorium by any class. Vernle Plillllps], Good] figure. gave up, toNrethor with nit Htthnonuentinllnd ductlon Control niBtrtrtu: 1'I, I
'n j I hr, offered them after \enth-O Grade I I ..,' Invli'd I t .
S Prices will be fifteen cents for Irene PreacottFriend to all. For he wall a strong man with tn-vrH i held lv the Mhlllntr the Pi-i diii>Mon In H i I >
i mil therefore, not lose Hazel Brown, John Chalker Alma 1 SUltl" t><> lldVI-l,'tlHI'll ,,,uil I Hold I 111 the I 1)1st l lt-li'lB of 'iinv T> ,JH' i r 'Cic t ri
'", ;: school children; twenty-five cents Sidney Shuford Says little and mustache of soot. :hltfhoNt: : : !' .' fur ,u.ti 'in piuvldedliy othi r The Hi:;a Iwtnnd I Cotti.nli :;... I
Andrew : : :
Murrhec Redding r't
.It for adults and, forty cents for ,re- thinks plenty. Ho frightened the Indians and Chiiplcr 18290! (' 1 1937 act of >o prohIbiting the Planting
------ Irene Lewis Peggy Stanley Betty l lie r.i'ulxliitiiri'' iipim I tho tel lowtn ir ''h"r.I", of nnv Tvpo" of ('0'10' ,
,served seats. Janie Mae Qua lies-.Goo J posture chased them away, doH-i-llii'd, ronl I <>HIUI. | > tn I tho County 1i.,>.! in' PlnntH; ( Itlioi-' Thnn 1 S, I It
rllOI'GIITS FOR \\'KKKrtiiy Jo Webb LouiseVal"l'en.. '_'__h._ .___ don't you think ? They were gone forever, forever of ni-iidf'ird" ,, Stut,o of Florldn, to- THimd' Cotton Heed or plaiil-t >;
wit : I'rovldlno I ; for t the Adinlnlnfi-'i-", I ,
can conquer who be- I Tenth Grade I Mammy Sez Louise Rosier- Oh that Iiolrl to stay. KWi., or NKV, Kxi'opt 4 Aaronon t lion I ) nnd, Rnf'ircomont, I of IliaProvlBlniiH It
I th.. \ tun.in Joella Barry Lumanda Dyal : Doc WainwrIght he talk? id Hlila A SKi, :of;1 NW/4 I $e'. hereof; :Making nn
Now that the 81 Tp. 7 R. n. 22 11]., containing Annual Appropriation for the
I ., lofty oak from a small Ernest Edwards Veigle Gnskins K ; An orator, right! war is over, and no 77 Acre, morn ur I....... Purnomof, Carrvlnv t out I 11.! ..
'. I Irene Goodge Geraldine Hall Billy Dat Senior Day was shoO en- Mildred SnppUpholds the seniors one was hurt, The tnxnn to he mild are evidenced.. Pl-OVlHloilH 1lol'l" of. PlIIVldllPennltl I) < I
//roWs. Jackson Iva Mae Lewis Inez Joyed by de Seniors. 'specially as I This little commander so strong hy rovtlflento. NOH.. flSO'of 1930 re- li.< nnil Piinl hmi-nt f.r, I
[l.i irn to do things well or 1 dignity. Biiovllxi'ly I nnd rpiiromnt taxes for Violation of thn Pi-ovlKlorn I .
] didn't till
I Rosier Willie Maud Loper Mnr- I dey no de day befo' dat I Paul Faulkner Dimples that and alert, t the )','u1'.. I 1030 I In 1111 1, hoilt IIK-III- Ilci-eof,
II jorle Hall, Doris, Htnson Margaret cloy was gwainlng to Kit it. I'se Climbed out from buhlnd the row H\P| ,intioiintlnir I to $I 05.26. Tho torit'oMpropo" "' "" <1 t fo l," In'iil.d r
make hearts flutter. Snld' Inx "',>rtlflrnti'ii, tnitoMiir with ,, 111 till. 1'iittr'li 1".11"1 1 Ion
H \ ,-i'v one U the architect Of I Pearce Willa Vida Killings- nebur seen anythin' cuter dam dose I rris Sapp Swe'-t and friendly. of chairs nil I eta hs..,,"sell 0 nrnlitod, I or f.i'vled Control ni-.lv! l j' 'iM,?I .r "H"\t' \ firllory :'

i iunK < worth. Alcne Austin. Kstcllo Austin -I dignified super-superior young Dot And wutched the sun that In l"8VII/ lii- mild, to the highest I. I Included,, within I I I lit,' hound' ) .u'leu
i Bishop -LonK, lean, and lovable bidder, lit I Conrtliottm> door In Rrndford County, 11.,1.1 I i. which I
w ,things are Impossible tot Clara Mae Hurley, Elizabeth I mens and womena, wlb dat dignity *. evening gut res, Hnrke on tile 8th d"f or April, 1938 nld. houndnrleH nro. ii"n-illn| d<>... I
,iml skill. Plummel', Emmltt Ferryman Ol- nil fergotten, and In its place I itt 11 :-110 oYlcM-k A. M twnntod'' ,nnd, MHI :)I i !h. '' itntes' 'I I.nl I.
j little cliildi,'ens wlb short dresses Edmond Gajloway--Oh! those Till twilight fell and all! wan hated. thin the I'Ith ,ilny of March of the State of FI'II J'
l'It"'e', i III no price too dear top lie Man Thomas Pauline Jordan eyes! 1931. If the territory etnnriiooilUMn' ) !
James Johns. Robert nosier Harold I an' pants on and wib suckers in dark. (OFFICIAL. I ,. Beatrice
Cnssella tAlso
:'01 I perfection.Ot'KSS I dere mouths. Dey all said dey haba -- digni! And you could, now hear the A. J. TIIOM.VH.( i IB t1f'fl I 1",1 I Into. a Cot 11011 I Production 11 f
Bishop Herbert Cloversettle, fled Clerk of Circuit, Couit of Control PlBtrli't the plumln( of any I'., Ii
Owen Mc-Rae, Ralph Rhodes big time at de lake. De water I Jewcll song of the lark, Ill-artful0" "I'fiiinty, Florida... xi-oil or plant nf l any "',"'I'Y.' Ulncf, ,
WHO I were. cold but by swimming round CassettPretty as a pic 'Tis time for bed, nursery dear, 1-25-31-4-8.! i 7'lie. or species| of i-ntton) I otlii-r, than .1. '
Dempsey Sapp Leland Spnnholtz] ture. ----.----. ''''ood" or plnntn of tho "tviip, I ki.tt, II a* j
NII, 1 m tsll and slim and sweet Milo Sponholtz Arch Thomas Jti- dey kept pretty warm. Po' ole Julian GilfflsKcBt known for And he went to bed without n '()'I'll n OK S \ 1.1'1 OF ',1' \ \ !Son Tnliinil Cotton will he pr..hlb.'t. ,, _ _

f. ,>m her blonde curls to her anita Barefoot Loral Bennett Dor-I! Edna. Dey pushed her In wib her tear; t it-I'Ir: ,(" t'i'is Ited.Hnld, I, I >
his driving.Miriam election to i he held on the .
This little commander .VOTICK: IH I iihui-ii I i: : II is'roy timt \
so
feet I othy Crosby Vera Butler, DorisCrews j I clothes on, and also Lil and Miriam Guy That haIr, the strong r.. U.I I'n",11 I haM fllfil. wllh i I III" WI.It1 3rd, dnv of lUcy, An I I nis, 1111'' xnme > IJ.'
HIM green, eyes are bright and Marion Helen was thrown In too. Nearly, all deSenlol's and bold. 1 Inn riMiui'Mt, I that the I lAX r.*r< If Irntontof I 1..ln.> I the first TuoBdny In Bald I .1
Dowling, face that girl! Dreamed the sweetest dreamstlat'a I (''I ilu>r wllh nil HulHiiuuiit. mnltpd inn,)t ii. The mitd fl leet, ( Inn tn b<* held -I, ;
gay Dowlingr Nettle Dowling CaudleIlnzen got a pink to dere epidermis. -I Edith HollinRSwoith Remembered ir levied ,IIIXPB h..lil I tiv the "'t,,'" 1 In accordance: with the law governing -
ever been told. ]h.. iHlvcrtlxi-d i (lenernl Rlectlonn.': It I
;c'it! l-3trc; : every day. Jenelle Hutchlns Irene and ncilil to (h lilglltnt -
I for her friendliness.Dan Patsy. lildili'r fur, i-iiHh JIM provided bv Only fiunllfled, freoholdor ci 10., I lure _ _
f, fun and friendly too. :Ma'kham Doris, Mae Strickland. Miss Cassels sister. Christine Hazen-An Ideal basketball Chiiiii.r'' | I IS21MI: of t tlii- 19.17 m..In. of Bhnll! lio pormltted to. voto, in i heMR .
..althful Senior. Now! Guess --- -? the I.i'KlxInturp, lie following hi ,flporlnl, I KlectlonL.: I "
fl from Miami were sho' liked by I iipim
,.111111, CoI'u.h'. physique. dOHtllllHll, ,leill I ....1 II I I.. III, t tllH I '"Ilnt L. CONNOR. ',
Who? I Ferry Gainey Gayle Si-well, I eberybody who met her dis week- Gerald Morgan Steady and de- V/PA PlayersTo 7' of. I UrndCord., 1 Htntn' ()f Flurldn: tti- chntrmnn, of rionrd of County
A I ComnilBBlonorn, Bradford Coun.
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I Louise Sterns Bonnie Turner, endWe ails Jes wish she could pendable. Be Seen Here wltH'j I ef NWI', ft NW, of NR4" I iv. FloridaATTUST .. I'J":

Meet the Seniors Mary Townsend, Ferol Jones. Junior I hub stayed longer an' hope at she I Lena LavendnrGood sense of Her.1:'ie Tp. 01 H ll. 82 K, rnntalnln : .'. I _
I! comes back again soon. I humor. r 120 AcriN. inoro,, or IOBB.Tho A. J. THOMAS \ I .
I Johns. Mabel Johnson Carolyn When, the nll-Htate-touring-com- tuxpB t lo .lu MOM are evidenced Kx ..frl, l lo Cl.rl and Anillioi, of ,
]Keen Grace Bu ,'field Snookcy Dot and Fran are sho looking | James NormanCheciful dispo of hv n-i,cifl.-nlo NI.H :314 nnd 1944: of Itnnnl' of County) ) "ComnilHKloiinr )
the Florida] Federal ,
r IIOL.VHITB pany Theatre Hinrifnicl I County. Florida
I forward to Corpcning Billy Gtlffls Mary ---- ---------
juii'i, Oh my yes! And very romps to Stmlie next MondayIn "I't'Bfint, Illlimld, Iu",'" fillUP., I \tMHH -
I', Kirkland, Nelletha Lavender No- I Dey are going to Green Cove I Hazel \oore--Glumour\ girl. Goldsmith's famous "old liar, to I ni.'tx: hoih. im', hi.,..".... iiiuiuiiitIntr 11
< '" ms too. That Is a desciip- English -' i'h.'kCOLDS
I to attend Je Junior-Senior Elva Lee Reddish She and her to $513.45. }
j vis Robl'l.tVlal'd. Leila Springs -
t n\ n of Carol White. Thin very I Sapp, I comedy "She:; Stoops to Conquer ,\tMO'. : NWV nf HW' SBf. 3DTp _
Thomas. Prom. Gala ain't you all satisfied I "ar inseparable', II H U. 22 i0.''! i ,,iiliilnlilK' tuACIOH ) 6 6 6 ,
!>!< i imi' young lady was born just all theatre lovers are promised ...1 "
A
I ) more' nr I BTho .J$
13111
wib each
>II' he now lives. She has en- I Eighth I Gi-ude, one yea.'fDe j I'umml'r--Evel'y one llkwa l u performnrre of sparklingwit : :;, lix. t li. .. r-.ill: ,.u,re iivldeiirod. I Ihv FEVER "

1 .' minute of her life too, Margie Mathews. Mae r.uUer' Lil Women dance were cnjoy- I Bill fine acting brilliant new costumes I i-i-iiiriiati* .... '1'111.,1' '; run: .f I -
"iv
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I Pnullne Rosier Gets the 1'HII t I 'ml, t I I'l 1 : wp. t iu.t i u .,, I i ,',,. l.liiolil. TnltlrliN.r firet da"llrnilnrh' :,
''II probably continue to don Joe Allen Lander. Garland Godwin I eel by everyboddie dat wents to It, I most authentic scenery built it'Hini: ,: 'tin- ;nnpiijil:: :; t., .,:. -. ,lot,.1 tli.'i I I "Su.Iti' i0 "

hi' < always as pleasant as Bertlce Silcox, Carrie Belle but dere. wern't sech a big crowdI out of who she docs. especially! for this tour. V<_'IIIM 'lath:' 1 I to I'MI: 1.1., hi'lllUo.lltllntlllt 1>1'1'. flsipiUi'I r I I
I Dorothy Sapp.-A smile that ) InMT to $78.02. I I1. Try "''hl.-. r-Tli.- -Mi>rM'.. I..t, I:
"" There have been many Bennett Geraldine Silcox. Lester dere. De chaperons got Joss as Having taken the slate by stormIn .\1.I "')"I i I'\I"C:'\ "Ml': '. fo''. .' 111' '1'.,. I "'nlo"o,,' ,; /;
rush de other Cut never fades. .. _
Othma big n on girls. ----------
McMillnn Haynes. -- -
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(I: uiiide In school as to the | I I all productions In Its present ------ ,--
Kcllio!! Eilco::-Gentle and, wise. 'I
dat shows dat de boys attending
." Ides and Carol Is one of So1 en Hi tIradeGloi1 "animated history of the. drama"
I I ; Bernard Rosier-Sure and calm. BOREE FUNERAL HOME J !
hub good t into. Dls um
mammy ,
bE' proud She has made '
Buford, Sara rsarefoot series, this! company Is now determined -
willing Jtn bet dat we habe do best |I Lillian Stump- You know when I Full lint, of CaNkotn &: \ 'i,.l--tlrr" 'uunpItes j
marten 1 her own .Ilm- j
through Nina BiMhop, Ida Lulu Davis to outdo all previous recordsfor .
good old Lil's around. IdtjUi.ANCE J .
SIOILVICE J
.
nt dat dance dat "p
i i'k and without the assist. lolling chaperone .
mle Grlffis, Patsy Keene Billy 1 i hub eber dance. Carol White -Quiet and depend- artistic achievement high II \ Y ANO NI' II'r _ _
()1 other, for Carol Is one Pntruy., Clarice Thomas. Idell chaperoned a I comedy and dramatic appeal, as 53: l I'IIONI 53: _

> ''I'r u herself. This is one Jackson Lois Newsome Joe An- ; Don't you all ferret to come to able.Nlrlam Wynn-Buddy's goodsport. reports from sponsors throughoutthe
!mi which will get her far along drews Mlldrew] Anderson Shirley I On Senior play: cause if you don't a state Indicate larger audiences ., \ IIOMK-MKK IXSTIIUTION": I i,

"1 w rld and to the fulfillment : Coll<'y, Doris Mao Gaffney, Alver- come de next day people will be I Jamie Supp -.Always dependable than ever before for this production "- ' I "Dut de best Senior ----------- -
ambition which by the tine Johnson Dorothy Lee Johns, saying were i although. at several plaecu on 1

,i. 'to become a teacher. She Richard Woodard Pilchard Jackson i play dat I hab eber seed!" Den I the lour from which the company I

sh<' has had plenty of prac- ., George Flynn] Jr, William !I von wills say "Oh dear why didn't Harriet Benson A future actress recently returned those sponsorIng ( -
with a smile that 'em.Poems For
1 i his< year of teaching the low- 13a ice,', I| I: goes to dat Senior play?" and I gets \ \ the play had to hang ,nut the Expert RepairingSmith's \ .
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1 ades will it de res' ob yo'
< when the regular tcachis f Sixth trade you I'egret I "standing .room only" sign befoie

""' absent. Carol would like : Joe English. Olin White Bishop' born, days. by SeventhWe the show began. j

t in) go to college but she says she ;' Myrick Marjorie Davis Evelyn Wells. I'm expect In' to see you I In Starve\ the play will be pie-

'toen: think she will get to. She I' Hall, Ruth Powell Virginia Sew- I all: at It. hope you will enjoy these lien ted at the High School auditorium Garage

prefers to teach the lower or ell, Margaret StrinKfellow Roberta --Yo' Mammy. poems written by Mills Jacob's and will begin promptly at J

grammar grades. I .Vhltfleld, Fay Yarbrough. .-l Seventh Grade English classes: one P. M. .

This 1 Is a nice profession, Carol,
and here's hoping you succeed Fifth Grade Lost and FoundFound The Beavers Phone 120 I

Bernard Jordan, Bryan Harrell, There I
was once a family of
and we know you will If you keep '\oruiOK MAIl f.v 'r.fKHTIICATKN .\ \ _
the good work up. Betty Hayes Arline Dew, Barbara By Miriam Lillian beavers. : Wrecker Service Day or Night .

_. Keen Dorothy Williams. Moseley, and Edna, that It's lots Who lived on a small clear stream .NOTICE 1H IIKKBHY) OtVKN that I'' ,
---+------ n .Wltt I' .TnncN hftii filed with Ine
Fourth Grade of fun to go In swimming with This in where they made their written request that the tax <'ertiricatvx ,

Through the Keyhole Jimmy Bradley, Collette Green, their kid dresses on-even if they home, tnft'hrr with all utyequunt
omitted. or levied taxeti hel.1 l l by the
Bernice Cooper, Jessie McMillan, were pushed In the lake on "Kid They were a happy team. Htnte tie advertIsed and Mold'" to the ___
Vernon had quite a cute date for Coolidge Gassett- Day." hlirhent bidder for each an provided' ,1r
the This family] was l>y <'Iapter 1829(1. of the 1137 :lIdS of BELONGS
dance. Christine is so much Fourth Grade Lost-By N. T., his senior ring very progressive, I the fwlxlature upon the following I ,

like Miss Cassels. though be near- Manning but we believe be could find it They thought they were very ".....rU".1 real estate In the County ,
ly fooled Bradley] Geiger Marlon smart 'of Bradford, Htate of Florida to-
us, at first. easily if he tried. !
Overstreet Bobby Turner very wit: IN YOUR ICE-BOX
Why did Miriam's dress look so Billy Io'ound-By many "dignified" If they did have their wrong doings 2 Acre Com at SB Cor of SEVi !I II
wrinkled A. W. Slkes. Jr., Lila Mae their fit HWV A Itun N s'M. Chnn, W 8 r
Friday afternoon ? You that :
Caldwell, Kazel Fields, Esther Senior girls Saturday Clinn, H 2V\, ChnK, 10 8 C'hnn t"illr I
should ask Miriam. The water was Beth shoes were almost too small after They each nad a loving heart. *. SPC. it Tp S S. R. 22 E. t AT HOME
cold wasn't it Grlffis Anice Green, Merry I .,.,Nina Bishop. eontaliilnff 2 Acres more ur .
Miriam? The other Knight, Marjorie Sue Middleton, going barefooted all day Friday. I......
girls all got bad sunburns and B.H.S. few of their .
New- Lost-By a The In' to he sold are evidenced
found the heavy clothes necessary Margaret Montieth, Evelyn Sophomares and Juniors FridayI A Friend by certificate No*. 485 and ISiS of
some, AleBCla Nogel Mary Lee 1M2: A 19.13: renpnctlvely. and rep
Sunday uncomfortable.This Overstreet Wanda Pearce Betty guess they felt the need of a At the end of the day can you recent taxeH for the years 1931 to

Senior play sounds like, "kid day" also. honestly sayYou've 1938 both Inclusive, amounting t*'
Turner, Mary Alice Yarbrough I 11.011 i
"sumpin1 ." All the Senior girlsare Third Grade Found-By the "Little Women"that been a friend In every way? Maid tax certificate together with

going around calling each other William A. they had lost quite a few of -Ida Lulu Davis all nubfl"*,iuent omitted or I..vl.d
Jeannie Robinette tax will b* Hold to the hlgheethtdler
"ootsy tootsy" and claim they're David Gunter, W. B. McKinney their Gainesville "patrons" at the at the I'ourthouae dor in
Andrews,
quoting. And some of these SenIors Esther dance Saturday night--we'll lay The Fall of the Papyrus Htarke on the Ith day of April
Ruth Goodman Once In book I did 19.11. at 11 I :VO nclm-k A. MOutfit .
that a read
study very seldom are the cause on the weather though. I this the 19th day of March,
carrying parts around and wear- English. ----_ aFlorida'a -- _. The story of the great Papyrusreed. I91H

log quite serious expressions aaj I Third Grade JC37 bright leaf tobacco (OFFICIAL. 8Jo Ar.)
Moore, Mildred A J. THOMAS
they> study them. Well "Girls Gay Drlakell, Joyce Lorine crop won the largest ever pro- Along the NUn banks, wild, it did ('lnrk of ClriMilt Court atItradford I ',

Will Be Girls." I Edwards, Ruby Green duced In this state. grow County Floriduia25.lt48. a.I;

Baccalaureate will be two McKinney, Marry Winkler. Ray Until for Ancient paper the people I

weeks Drlakell. Bobby Dyal. Shirley did lay it low. -- 1
from
Sunday. It won't be
Franklin Bonnette, June Bell.
Judd. Jim Frank Jordan, son, Myrtle
long now. The Seniors are all First Grade Joe Andrews. Jr. No'ru' of HAI.K, or TAJI "
Young. 4'FWrlPICATKflNOTICW :
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talking about light clothes, shoes, Second tirade Glen Galpin Minnie Lee Eng- JH MKHBHT OIVEN that
4 ttc The Mocking Bird I'oIrR. B. H. Harmon hae fllril with .1

--.---_ Claude Johns Joe Ilah Joyce McKinney, Alma Dyal, Of all the songs that I have heard me written request| that the tax. _rtlflcatjm -
Junior Silcox. Billy Monteith'l Edward Wehle, Floyd Bryant. together with all mime-
I love to hear the mocking bird
tiuent omitted or levied tax 5.1.1by
Jokes ley Arnctt. Betty First Grade He can sing 'most any tuna the Htate I,. advertlHftd imd flobl& 4j'\ Ic-cold Coca-Cola Is ready for I
beth Cox. Ona Demorest Marjorie Leslie Grlffla, Harold Manus, to the highest bidder for cash as ;

},Jr. Geiger "What doe Chem- Manning Janette Priest, Rebecca Madge Brownlee, Patsy Dew, Ber- That seems bloom.to make the flowers provided 1917: acts by of Chapter the .eirlNlature 18390 ,of upon the you any Um* you want It, wh.n you : 1 _

I utry give tla Ann Dicandlo. Patsy. Ruth Hall, the following described real estate
us Simpson. keep a supply in your 'family I _ _
Billy Long "Mo t of our Third Grade Minnie Lou Hazen, Vivian Mc- He sits and sing in the large. old In Vl-irHn.the Ceiinty to-wlt of: llradford. state of :

I b'onUs' Billy Benson, Charles Knight Rae, Audrey Moore. Isabel Par- tree, IMI 2H Town ef I.a..t.y R of Ry -fI' reftigcialoi. Order It y th. CaN p I _

Marion Brown Sharon Hall Shir- ker, Peggy Ann Wiggins. It seems as tho' he's singing to me, H.22."R.The. .23, 24. 26, 29 Tp 0 8. 11. it ((24 bottUs) (fioa your d.alr. '

BUI- -I would like to have ;you ley Noegal. First Grade I could listen all day long taxeS to he sold are evidenced 1 I I I'I

.for roy wlte." Scoa4! Grade James Gaaaett. John Garner Listen to him ..n be whittles his it ml y certificate and HIS respectively No. <40 and, aSS) 925 rep-of ,i I

Harriet_"But what would she Lecn Ellington. Homer O'Neal. Dan PrIest, Van Priest, Juaalta ong. reent. taxvn. for the year 18S.) to _ _

I 10 with me?" Bobby Frazier, Odessa Thomas Anders Janet Anderson Beatrice $31 IU.*OR.AtXO. .both Inclusive, amounting to 8TAKKE COCA-
Audrey Ann Prevail, Marie McKinney Bennett, June Caldwell Betty lie goes and sings from tree to : I<*t >8 Town of r.a"t..y. ,

lUaU Lcuulrum Betty tree ta of Railway See 21, 24 21, 21.
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ANSWER Lola Thomas Edith :Manning Flynn
TO "QUESa WHO" B TTUNO COMPANYl
Tp I ft n. 22 B.
MIriam Guy. Lelian Kcrvey, Ruth John- Powell. i Maybe he got far ore the sea, Tb. t.x.. to .. cold are eTldenced 4 _




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FRIDAY, ,\
I ;, PAGE FOVR MAADFORD COUNTY TELEGJl STA.iKE.!: FLORIDA __ _.'_ __ _. ,__ ,
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j'I"I. W. M. S. Circles Met I PRIZE WINNING LETTERSEditor

AGE S1 : j ; Monday Afternoon AMERICAN LEGION

p' 'II ::1OC/CI 1 1s I Mrs. E. S. Matthews/ and Mrs Telegraph us need It. Even the most conceited -

k ) 1 II. B McLendon were joint hoHtCKHCB Starke Fla. woman in the world cannot -1'UESEXT8-

',. :Monday afternoon to Circle Dear Sir: fool herself when she looks in the I

F .. "t", !Number One of the Woman's Mlaionary Please forgive the poetry: mirror early in the morning end i Original I
+ Society of the Methodist
-' ---- A diamond ring ia just the thingTo sees what a great amount of Im-
s Church For" this occasion the
1V. M.1T. Circle Meaty\ "Citizenship" Will Bo I make your sweetie dance and provement can be mil do.
home was decorated with a profusion -
I I sing. No Is hopeless, gills Your
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Circle Number Three of the Bnp- Subject at Club Meeting of sweet pens, gypHophella! case WILLIAMSSTOCK
blues
Health shoes will cure your face may never "launch a thousand -
: tlat W. M U met Monday. April larkspur, delphinium, canlcndulit
Williamson, of
Mrs R r Elise your feet and will not ships" but there's no harm in
4, at three o'clock in the after- and! poppies.
>RViilc, will lead discussion .
Gttln< a bruise trying. So take down the ad-
F COA noon at the home of Mrs. Annie of "Developing: Good Citizenship The meeting was presided over A bud tooth, to tell the truth dresses of all these good beauty!
t Rlcharde at the State Farm with Activities" at by the circle chairman Mrs. Charley -
In Our Leisure Time Will make and uncouth -
you grouchy hops, and the next time you are i CO.
B Mrs H. M. Rlcharde, an co-host the Woman's Club meeting to be R Johns, and the Bible study In Jacksonville drop around and I
ess held here next Wednesday after- was directed by Mrs. A. Wood,
So let's and a lot
ft shop buy let them give you the works. It
HOMENEED Mrs. L. A. Canova CIrcle Lend noon. The program will be In Assisting Mrs. Wood were Mrs. And these bargains while
I grab does wonders. I know. I
er led the devotional service and chance of the American CItizen- Carrie Rltch, Miss Olive Ray, and they're hot. Sincerely, 5 DAYS
FORD Mrs H. L Hough acted as Secretary ship Committee of which Mrs. L. Mrs W. B. Pin'ks. Taking part on -Mrs. L. J. Green Floried Killlngsworth. I
in the absence of :Mrs. J. H. A. Canova Is chairman. the program were: Mrs E. K. Per- Starke, Fla. II I

Agrees Lord, Secretary. Mrs. Williamson will introduce ryman, who read from the World BEGINNING
the hontasting Plans discussed and made
were Outlook "Indian Women Serve theChurch'
Mrs. B. W. Ames, president of the Starke Telegraph
for an Easter sale for the benefitof Miss Olive reviewedan
; Ray Bradford
se wt, If the Baptist Building Fund to Girl Scout Auxiliary; Miss Rachel article about the Rev. and Mrs. Starke, Fla County Telegraph Staike, Fla. MONDAY APRIL
ly borne'characte of Gregg, who will give remarks on Dear Sirs: 18th.
be conducted all day Saturday i George Marker, retired missionaries I think we should trade with ,
I see have Alexander's ancStump's
reading; and Mrs. O II. Haupt- you
April 16.After I from Brazil who are now liv- the firms the
advertising on con-
in contest and I
far too t who will discuss amateur your
all business was transact mann
I in Florida
ing and Mrs. C. E. FEATURING
; eat because store adver-
: If
aldered t Belcher, page a surely believe it our duty to pat-
ed the hostesses served a dainty theatricals Mrs. Taylor Johns read about K. Stanley Jonesin
of Impor, of Garrlson-on-the-Hudson will add tises it shows it Is not afraid to ronize these and the other local
salad
cy to puterations course. : war-torn China. I tell the public what' it has to sell. ready-to-wear stores for the more Bob Demorest, Jr.
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if Mrs Carrie Ritch, Mrs. L. F. When we see an advertised, bar we buy from them the nicer things
, along In; Smith and Mrs A. F. Sauls] finance gain In the paper in black and hey can carry and it will be better -

ed mans, I committee, reported $18.60 white we know that the merchant for all of us all around. .F ,
; made on the sale of candy. The Is prepared to stand behind It or
Home ; |, If we all really make an honest
chiin, 'mun appointed the following he would not dare put it in print. rA4n4
Florida ', fort to buy from these places 1 I
'' finance committee for tho nextihie Advertisements are a great help w
several i ,. I believe we can find everything! we I
<' months: Mrs. Carrie Rltch, to the housewife because she cnn
methods ; s e o s need without having to order
!Mrs C. H. Nasworthy, MI's. F. H. sit at home and make up her
of theestablish from the mall order catalogs.
Long, Mrs. E. S. Matthews and shopping list and know just what ,I
h ... 1\11.HUB. McLendon, she wants and can afford to buy I know several I of my friends ,
In the .n.
f'r who do not even bother to looltaroun,1 .
' recipes, Advertisement Paid For By FrIends ol Eugene 8. Matthews aIrs. Matthews and MrsMc- without having to go to all the
convents, l I..oiulon served frozen fruit salad trouble to visit nil the stoics In town for what they want I
Po town. They just sit at home with the
housewt, c injrse to the followng circle mem-
mall order and write off
catalog
corresp hers: Mrs. A. H. Green, Mrs. A. Yours very truly, ,
er buslnAs PLEEZINO Wood Mrs. A W. Anderson, Mrs. A. S. Stlickland. for everything they wear. How I

a ) MILKS 18c GREEN'S STORE j I I, A. P Simla, Mrs W. B. Parks, can and we our expect merchants our town to prosper to grow if r

ed ontal j Mrs F. H Long Mrs. E. K Ferryman I
TILGI Mrs Carrie Ritch, Miss Starke, Flu we I lon't even give them a break ,

lion did syslbusiness ag( Cash & Carry : Olive Ray, and Mrs. Charley E. Telegraph, and go see what they have in their I
I stores?
Starke, Fla.
I Johns.
cila wltt ,? SUGAR Starke Fla. Circle Number One will meet in Dear Sirs: Yours truly, ? ): f><
and the 25c I May with Mrs.. 'V. B. Parks. I like to trade with the Bradford Alice Anderson' ,
o I' Hardware becauseIt
Company
Ing mor Circle Number Two was enter-
has one of the cleanest and most
i tained by Mis. L. D Vining and
ot resourcemeat their ; WE C'ItUU'LETE: LINE OF ( UUTl'EEns AT 'her home was made, more attractive complete lines of merchandise I Bradford County Telegraph

an M n TilE "EULOnST PRICES. SEE" US BEFORE BUIIN'G. with a variety of spring have ever seen in town this size. Starke, F1a.Gentlemen .

''turn wl, flowers choice roses and calendula If you should happen to ask for : "Born To Be Laughed At"RGAIN
been de y i predominating something they do not have, they .I believe, that a Foru: car Is just
--
Mrs.. L. A.. Davis, circle will get It for you promptly what us fellows on the farm need
chairman .
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The h'presentr, H LARD lb. lOc presided over the meetingand I Fishermen and hunters can always Because it Is one of the cheapestto PRICE SEASON TH KETS ON SALE BY ILL

; prayer was offered by Mrs find just what they need drive and gives the best serviceof MEMBERS: OF AMERICAN LEGION

.woman W. A. Fischer. The Bible study here, and so can farmers, and all any car I know of. ,
\ Ing Inte;
.. from "Songs in the Night" was others who have any needs in the So many of us have to drive I lOc PAINLESS
nation 25c
which p'j MEAL, 10 Ibs. 20c I GRITS, 10 Ibs. 22c conducted by Miss Amelia Ray, assisted line of hardware. over, roads that are almost unfit

s being ot : by Mrs Fischer, Mrs. A. Z. Yours truly, to travel for the great part of the Children PRICES
i been gl ? Adkins and Mrs. W. P. Smith The R. L Batten. year, that it Is very necessary we Adults

f t;ninsUn .*.' PUREGROUND spiritual life message was given should have cars that can hold up

. conJierv.. COFFEE lOc by Mrs. w. E. Middleton. Editor of the Telegraph to it. Reserved Seats ---______ lOc
ftion, an I( ,+ POUND Mrs. W H Smith, finance chair- Starke, Fla. A Ford can really take the

L-becau, man, reported $1380: was realized Dear Sir: bumps, the mud, and the sand, and WATERPROOF TENT THEATRE
t n LOCATE
)
$'better f'' from, the recent food sale. The I see you have several beauty all kinds of other rough treatmentand Ii ON MAOIMJN

Limitlly i offering for the afternoon amount shops on your page and I think for this reason I think it is STREET SHOW LOT
320Z. ed to $5: .30. "us girls" should patronize them
man| ) just what Is needed on the farm. II IC. I
ben of, rrt,+ OLEO, lb. 12Y2C I Apple Jelly 20cSTEAK The first Monday In May the all, for goodness knows most of C Mott -. -- -
circle] will meet
fully th at the home of
*. Mr and Mrs. W H. Smith, at -. .- -: = = --.: --'- -- ,
and me. TENDER -- -- ------ ----- : --= = .
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Sampson City.
JUICY Mi'9. Vining served LADIES
light re-
CHUCK! 121 If
rouNnWE C freshments to the following circle i iI MEN'S "

I members: Mrs. L. A Davis, Mrs. POCKET
L. D Green, Mrs. W. A. Fischer, SUMMER Iii'

PAY :3c BELOW JAY MARKET: FOR EGGSBEANS I Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. W H BOOKS
I Smith Mis J. F. Colley, Mrs. SUITS I
Kate: Struth, Miss Amelia Ray

G. NORTHERN I Mrs W. E. Middleton, Mrs. {V. P.
Smith Mrs L S. Hutto; and two $1IN $5.50--$6.95
11. E. TEAS 41c : il
,
IJAHY LIMAS Lake guests:Worth Mrs. D.and R. Mrs.Edwards Walter of :

Spigener of St. Mathews, S. C. WHITE ONLY

JEitSFY CILIRMER CAN -.-- $7.00UNSURPASSED

':'S CORN FLAKESAG6 l COFFEE, l lcItOSJEtNC1' I Mrs. Rennolds and Mrs. Ii

Hr Wilson Entertain U. D. C. LADIESSKIRTS VALUES:

The W. T. Weeks Chapter, Unit- BIGGEST VALUES IN TOWN Ii IiMEN'S

( ed Daughters of the Confederacy, -.-= _._- ,_. ---<1. _.
Rice 51bs.17 were entertained i Ii
Wednesday afternoon

,H
3 fib c by Mrs. L. A. Rennolds and

Mrs. J. E. Wilson, at the home of DRESSES ili
STRAW
the former. $1.29ALL

I S LOAVES QT. The spacious rooms' of this I

l l'd BREAD, __ 25c |//1_ S. DRESSING 20c home were profusely decoratedwith HATS II

Dl sweet peas roses, calendula) I
'
COLORS!;
I and other fragrant spring flowers. '

BEST The president, Mrs. E. K Ferryman SMART STYLES 98cto$1.69
BACON UIUTE, 14c presided over the meetingand
POUND Mills Olive Ray acted as sec- trA
retary pro tern- Reports were CHILDREN'SSILK "MUST" FOR

I WESTERN ROUND heard from the treasurer, Mrs. H. EASTERNEW

CHEESE, Ib. 18cSTEAK I lb. 20c B. McLendon, and from the cemetery -
I. and courtesy committees.

t After disposing of business, the DRESSESONLY STYLES IN

c cb president. turned the meeting over
y GUARANTEED to the historian who announcedthat FRIENDLYFIVES

!t. Flour 70c Mrs. L. O. Powell would reada
24 Ibs.
: ,' poem from Sidney Lanier, and
the title of the poem was "Thar's 98c ki?

More In the Man than thar is In .
TOMATOES, No. 2 Standard pack __ 6c the Land. -
4si The hostesses, assisted by Mrs. 1 YEAR TO 14 $5

J. M. Brownlee served a beauti-
''s fully appointed sweet course, the 44
Ground Meat Lb. lie U. D. C. colors of red and white GOTHAMSILK

i Ri being carried out in an attractive

1 manner. The favors on each plate BONARALLENCustomMade
were red and white sweet peas and

; Y WE WILLCHARGE dainty fern. $1.98 $2.98 $3.98 -- $4.98.
Mrs Rennolds and Mrs. Wilson
had as their guests: Mrs. S. E.
YOUR Brownlee Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, Come quickly for these big Dress values. SHOES
E 45c Mrs! E. K. Perryman Miss Olive

CAR OR RADIO Ray, Mrs. II. B. McLendon, Miss Styles you'll love! Brief Boleros atop lively,

Amelia Ray, Mrs. L. A. Davis, ,

BATTERY FOR Miss Madge Middleton, Mrs! O L. 7 y 7 r slim skirts gay young romantic suits
S Haynes Mrs. W. U Wall Mrs. L.

.' a i ii ii. O. Powell, Mrs. C. I. McCormack, you'll delight in wearing
Exquisite
i of St. Charles III., and Mrs. L. E. printsin i
Deudon. of Elgin III.
Agent For a wide color range.

A
remarks on the Interesting subject -
i. 8 8t of lobbies- Miss Jeanne Lee, -
t of Lake Butler: will give a musical
TRUEMAN FERTILIZER CO. program.All YOU SAVE WHEN YOU BUY AT
1 STOCKINGS
1 club members! are urged to
.. be present and to help welcome the

: I visitors. 79c and ALEXANDERAND $3.00
QualityGet $1.00
t @ Better Hostesses will be: Mrs. O. L.Basley. .
trA r :Mrs. H. B. McLendon1,
( tl % Mrs J. W. Klncald, Mrs. A. H. row; Tinr LADY COMPANY .

1 Our Low Prices Before Buying I Johns, Mrs. Earl Searing. Miss WHO CARES wirra a GRAY
1 Gertrude Heerlng, and Miss Willie ALL SIZESI'y

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of Mr and 1 tl Xiini'iiix' ', und f'1.: I tlirfill.; I,, I bu, id ,iiiil, "nroll."hl.
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Mr and 1 Mrs Leo Wiggins, of wore dinner g.uestH 'i '.11111(, dole) "vii 'to. with the ""II-j : "
the N. Crawfo..d.Lloyd !. |MM"'1 tillI'Kiliul,r' W H ,iTudice' .d i Iliiidfdid, County, I'AI"1.1TOHonK: ": I ; "; I
the State Farm, announce Mis" R. 1 No ItninptoM: .., tin' that Wllh'l, \dmllI..I..t'.I( .
.lIlh. fruit"
W.M.nd In i-luhi 6
A.
birth of In the ton.Clirk. M M Mnlrhi-tt. fll. I. 11.4.20.LANDRUM! "j'
Marie
a daughter Wood\ Wlnnon Sumner lli ailon if thlM notlip oi \ '
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InNtirctor
llrown
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R. .
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Bits of Alachua County Hospital, Sunday :Aliases Grace and Lois Glover and Piiiliift :On. 6-TlinroNnn: I.. MIi.liim -

April! 3. Rptha Geiger, of Stiirke were vla- clerk; II. D May W. U.. : '
,' Hornev, Inspectors.Pr"hp't ;
Hull and ('lyI :l
--- .---- IIIDIot friends and lelutivoa In this No 7-.Vow River: H. I. :
.Johi, <". F:. i;
M 1.
afternoon. ('h.rl.; :
section I Sunday i'I< \\ tl'f
Tho Rev. and! Mrs. W. A Flsthcr \nrtivnnd M. F. 'Wlaritln. In-

Local Nev'sCON'ERNING went to Tallahassee Tuesdayto Robert Crawford, who has been HP* ftOI'K." No. Urookcr" : J. V. : J '..

attend the Annual Meeting of employed in the CCC camp tor the CilwnidH piiMlnrt, Sr. fli-rl, \\'. H. Mnirn ,-!! ,' .
of several months in Cheraw, S. and It. n. Tliomnu.iMHIKMltorN. F. '
AND the Woman's Missionary Society past R lln "n, 'I '

OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS the Methodist Church. C., returned home! hero Saturday. I T. f.. rONNnn, Ohnlnnnn. ,'::1 \ 1'.f'\ f.fI

OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWN Jim MacNeal of Worthington Honid nt County romiiilfHloni i I I '
UOCiKESS "
LEGISLATURE j 1 1'I'
I Mrs. P. M.: Barefoot and daughters Springs, Is spending: several weeks AHA.::J. THOMAS: ,; i t !

Juanita and Sara, Mrs. L. J. I. here with his! uncle and aunt, Mr. Clork to ttonid i 1 J ill,( ,\ I

I Green and, daughter Judy, and and Mrs, C. E. Crawford ((11' 'I<'11.. S1AL) ,I j :, \ i

S'I1' Mrs. A. F. Sauls were vlsltoia to C S Crawford was a visitor to or 'r \\ lie Advocates Increasing the ; "All""
\ W. Middleton is spending 'O'I'If" tit't. '" .
Vining went Tuesday Dr. E last week. "> .. ,.
I Worthington Springs .
' ID Jucksonvllle/ Thursday.Mrs. t :riricAriiH
,
;:'ijuwm.1' Go to visit her mother. this week at his lodge in Piney ---- Mrs Jean GaskIns visited friends NOT11 1'Hiil! .IS IIKURHY him: filed tllVKN with: IhAI inrwilllin Old Age: Assistance to at ::1: ,'J):'!! ;'

x Bluff Ga. : W. E. Bullard and two children and< relatives In Jacksonville\ Sunday \"olln. rriii.'Ml that the tax pertlflIHII ,,;' .. "

B E Kane spent Tuesday of Thoonaavllle, Ga., Mrs >H tonolhiM with all "h..I..nl lhStnte i Least Dollar a Day i. I :
Joy <
nr and hold' a
Buford .1..1 l IHXOB
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. milted nr In
G Dnv'imu' Beach with his fam- Mary Kitchens and Harvey Ward, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Greene entertained bo nrirtlM nml sold I''. Hn. 1 I '1 '
daughter, Miss Gloria, spent Sat. nio\ldod 1 1;'
Marietta Ga., were week-end their friends with a hlnhi'Ht bidder for rash OH
In Jacksonville. lof IH29H of (the 1917 netsof
urday rhnptcr
--- C. F. Ward. dance Saturday night. bv the followIllB -
guests cf their father the IrfBlHlnlurn." upon
Mr. and Mrs. J. D Gaskins, of dfHcrlbr-d rent i-Ktat In the : }
Mrs. D. R. Edwards, of LaktWorth lii-n.lfoid stm "f Flm,
ENT A Mrs A- Z. Adkins and her guest, tlila section spent Sunday with rs.mity of 11:1
WORD to-wit: :
I la the guest of Judge and Mrs. D. H. Edwards: of Lake hoi" mother Mrs. Charlie Carter, Ida M'IS'i 'f N\V'i: of SWVi, PerT: TOBACCO GROWERS
HACIPM "
Mis. A. Z. Adkins and Mr. and' Worth were In Jacksonville Tues- of Water Oak section. Tp, B ,8 store n. 22 or, 1 N.lees. i-onlnlnlriB.
J Mrs. E. S. Matthews.
COLUMNr Mrs. .---- be Hold nto fIdi 1 '11.1hy
visiting --- -- In .
InxpH
day and Wednesday The ', '
of ,
itlflrntpn NOB 2BI! nnd 779 :, /
Jack Briggs and Mrs. L.. L. Roane. PINE LKVELMm. l 1032 ci and> 1113 re"p u'tl\elv. and I ropxoiit .' ':, c
' the court house after A. V. and Mrs A F for the. y.'"". I'ni! I" .
At Mrs- Long -- Invi-B !
) \: -- CorrespondentElder r" ''
SIcRue \ ,
H. M. toN
tn' mowing of the 4-H Club plc- Canova, of Gainesville were here Friends of Mrs S. F. Hamrick lilt1)'! .70, .both ImliixlMHPiniinilnK Have you placed your IIAII. INSURANCE? : 4\4 1} .

,. art i appears to be a ladles Tuesday visiting Mrs. S. E. Brownlee will be glad to learn that she Is W E. Hall filled his regular ,AI.80 N'
i 'wner, may have same by and Mrs. J. Brownlee.. Improving after an operation In"" appointment at Tine Level Hoc Inlnlnflc, 2cI Tp 80 Amex B 8' ,. .It.moii 22> K or9'hu 'mt!10'10.- You should have this protection by all means and ; '1ft! ;

I p, i 'u I it the County Agent's _----- Jacksonville and will be able to' Church last weck-cml. taxes' to (bo Hold. ,n"!'"' <-,1 liliMiiwil alit\ :
court house.-T. K, Mr. and Mrs. Carl John have and return to l toy tprtlflonttNUN: 271 mill 7'i"i of the cost is comparatively low.' I,
t't. i i utc I leave the hospital\ Mr. and Mra Lacy Futch, of 11.12 and IflU'l: IM'KPC,M l\('lv. and, 1 i pp* :& {t '
,, ,, 11 County Agent. announced the birth of a daughter her home In a few days. .InckRonvllle and Mrs. E. P. Gay, resent the unpaid. texas for, the I I Il'
', See; call today.HAROLD ..
, -- 2 at the Alachua "'" 0.11 to 1H1S iK'th 'iiiilii-.Hi" : or us .
'
Saturday, Apill -- -- --- with Y" \
of Trenton spent Sunday : .
, \.I.r I Flowers for every County Hospital In Gainesville. Mrs. A. II. Green, returned home Mr and Mrs. J. R. doll uiniiiinilnd: W to 2491:1.t1.SO 2 Arn-H of M" ':, "rSW' I
attractively arranged, of Nii; : > i of KK'i
:Mrs. N. D. ------ Sunday from a week's visit in De- Elder and Mrs. W. E. Hall of Ti' ,IS H. U 22 H iiintnlnloK }
i uly i priced. Mi- and Mrs. Fred Guy arrived brother-in-law and | V'V'All
Land with her spent Saturday morn or U-HM
Green Cove Springs A< "li'H ., '
; 'MI Phone 102 Starke tf, here Sunday evening from MI- sister, IIIand MrsRobert L. night with Mr. and Mrs R. V I bv TinIllNfH i.i-i,.t(llfli nto l... NOK bi. Bold 271 an nml' I xldin coo'"i' .-I'I, i C. WALL Agency I i. t

ami and are guests of her parents Lockhart She also visited relatives Alvarez. I 1132.: and 1 II'SI rr",pr'Ilvrlc. Inc sniil, i irnNOiu li Ito''1" ,
Z. Adkins, the itiipuld taxes
and Mrs. A.
furipartment Judge In Eustis while away. + ,
i To rent two-room )Mrs. Nora Smith of :Macon, VPIIIM' tl)3t to 19'14! : both( hunniountlnn 'lu'.ty. lines of dependable INSUKANCEFANCY
P. O. -.--------- to tl 15!) 22 : "
i 1': Apply visited her Oa, Saturday night and ; .tJ'
Miss Pearl Manning spent cfrtlflIVH IOBHi I n "III ,
It. !.II'. and Mrs. Clarence Nuss- Sold tax 1, '
Starke Fla. patents: Mr. and MrsJ.. C. Man- Sunday with Mrs. H. M. McUue.Mr. nil MubHi o.uent nmlttiMl 01tnxoii In t I ':
.l1\I1's. II. ::;; ; t't'lTIPT
I baum, of Jacksonville, Iln< W. M. Oliver, of win l'iciM H it"-I hi.h"t l :
and Mis.
ning, here this week. She has recently > door, 111
; modern tUl'I" OoiirthnuHimnrkt
I "1'1"< Lovely Schiff and little daughter, Carolyn bidder nt the
moved from Miami to Rising section\ and Rider and Mrs on th'2ml diivIM8. of 1p'H

\ unfurnished Mrs.: npart11 Ham-- Ocala of Long Island, spent Sundaynt ,V. E. Hall were dinner guests ofMI' nt 11 ;00 ..oMo.k. 2nd A ilnv MPuled .of ,\1'1'11. p \
Apply and lh -
In Lake with Mr. i this cl\
Kingsley and Mrs. O. J. Jackson, Sun- :: ; r
1031
Wilson Realty Co. Itpro Mrs. B. Jacobs and Miss Rosalind ;
Mr. anti Mrs Call Johns announce (()FFH'J.\. I"FI.\ ) Tomatoes,1b15c : 1
TIUI.MAH.I'liik ;
the birth of daughter,, Jacobs. dayMIR of Jacksonville A..1. '.. : Gf
,r RENT--TwoToom fur- Audrey Newman, of "I'll. nit '' iIlindfolll .I.II .,.
In the Alachua --- ------ "lIly.| I 1l..I I i i I -- -' '
'' -
ipartmcnt Includingi Sandra Joyce, I and, little son Harley I ; ,
Saturday> The Rev. Homer Thompson, pro- rela -8- t-4-22. ; I ,:
}I i i I. Apply to P. O Box County Hospital spent the week-end here with --- ROCERYIG
I Fin It com AprU 2. siding elder of the Jacksonville MX'K'11 01' mil! 01' 'I'tS : I Ie 5c
k "
Squas-----e
:"
district will preach here Sunday tives.Mrs i irt I'lr'Il'trrNtrl'i'E 'w
--_---. ,
of Jacksonville nin1C '
J. W. Hall ; IM: I III l lilt l'Itr:1\'IN"
morning at eleven o'clock at the IIIIH fIll \\ ,' 111.wiiltpn ,
with herdaughterinlaw .
llnivi- _
the week-end t1 y ,
Methodist Church and the choir Is spending MMiuoHt. that the Ini iiittfImioH Friday Saturday ,
DIRECTOR H. Hall.Mr. '
FUNERAL Mrs. J. toKi'thfi with nil 1 "ub"aauulomitted | '
will have special music for Palm of ; levied; taxes held: ;l>\ the.1| TKMIKIC; M\ Many Ypurs Experll'lI"oIake": It loa.lt>le for :Me to Render and Mrs Lucy Futch or adxpitlHpd. I and, Hold to the 1'1'
ho '
EFFICIENT: I'KOMPT mid COfRTKOrS SEUVICK Sunday. Jacksonville, und Mrs. E. P. Guy Mote lllUhPHt bidder. fOI, IIIMh OM pl .>tldrdI;
MODERATE PRICES -' ------ of Trenton, were dinner guests of by Omptpr 182HI\ of the 10M7: 'lt'I: :: of.thp '. Apr. 8-9,1938 Beans !lb.7j c 1f M
The Rev. Laurie G Ray, of Jacksonville Hall Sunday. :, l.PKiBlnturp:: ,upon the f< < f ,
DeWITT C. JONES Mr. and Mrs. J. R. deneri11,11 real' calms In the County i iff'
here Saturday visit- ( :; I .
Sturke!, Florida was Mr. and Mrs. K. V. Alvarez and of Iliudford: HuiIP of Fl.nl.hi. I- | .

lie, i>h. i Sight ph. 1:13: ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. He L. son James and Mrs. A A. Hutch- wit l.otn: e. 8. 7. 5. 21, 22 27, :17. 3H, :I f
C. Ray and other relatives. visitors to Green Cove 4P. 411. 49. 41. f 2. M.: fi4 I IBS. I Ibs. 15c
41, ; BANANAS 4
were
was accompanied back who to Jacksonville the- mean Springs and Palatka Monday.Miss 56,, Bert 1'I\ BS.\ion 6Jnll1:10 Tp, ,63. In A\i WoodInwn SouthllniiKO ; : : I Fancy, : i'i'Jf Jf .
mother spent
his
by Etta Fae Dyal, of Sampson -, 22 K. contulnlnff; JMiAPI I V
MODF.KNI/K YOUR: COOKING week in the city. more or less,
past with PH.
City spent Tuesday night I'hp taxes to ho Hold err ivld<>iicid, CELERY 5c TOMATOES :
1115 of 1929 r< ea. 1 1
Miss Vesta McRaer. by fprllflcale No ; :
USE GREEN'S FUEL Friends of little Peggy Ann Bvipctlvply nnd ipprpMunt IIIXPH t.\. \ '
of Mr. and Mrs. ---- the Y..III'H28 to 1131., boili ,
daughter
Wiggins, 0'1'11 ..K H 'II.1..1. 'I" *" sire:nniounltnf g to U6a.35. No. 2 size 6c ', '
CLEAN INSTANTANEOUS!! I Orle A. Wiggins, will regret I to i:n'rii'-K' t IT.H I.e I. AI.HO: Kill :27 WoodlHWn Sp< I Lemons doz. 15c can i
ODORLESS ,
learn that she was moved to a NO-TUT.: IS IIHIIKHY: 11VHN theF.tmilo lion 17 Tp. R S: It 22U2. <>MInlnlnK -. ,
has flli-il. with m. 10 AIIPH, mini'' If you are not familiar with this Wonderful,. \ Jacksonville. hospital Wetlnesdnfor ttiliK-H, i request'Kin* that the lax eertltMiti tnXPH In I IIP HtiM .u.,. avid cii,','ti I'ANCV: I.IHUV \ Breads 3 for 25c :' d '
Now Gnu Bilk one of our many 1euetnmere for, treatment She had been I I 111 'e logrl her" with nil Kuimi-quc'i bv tVrtlfhnte" No. :210 f>f 19JU rpHppptlvply -
In Starke about it. ,flu itted'r, I>'\J..'J.I.R'1J' R hold Joy 'f and represent tho unViild i .
at her home here for several (lolYS. advotliCdO'alid. Bolil to tflMlh''Ht <' tiixfH for thp XIIIIB I'I28' In M 3 tall 19c Fimi rniELARD
stale' l>e : :\ :: ; .
: : ,
CII.YMBERtAINGISEKN'S : I bidder! for-rneli Im provide. 1 i, both:: 1 Inplii-'lvp' ntnoiint' g in i .
DISTRIBUTED BY CLYDE IX.'Off.of the tl'.U: iielnf ; 'I '
127.15.At.SO
FUEL: CO.INES'ILLE.<< FLA. Mr and Mrs. Paul E. Cano\ hv lh Chnptc-i. l.oKlHlaiure, upon the follow :: Lot 22 III WofidliinnSi 9 SM\M\: 10n lb. lOc 1 "j
and children of Ocala spent tlweekend iutt <1.'M<'rlhcil ii.,il estRle In Ihe. i-. 17 Tp" B M. II 22 I Ii., i olitnlnhlir ,
I '. "f niaiKi'tO\ Slate here with Mrs. Emma only to-wlt' : The tnXPM to I.b?. sold| | tup p\.l.n| 'itby Onions 3 Ibs..10c 1 t'u.\Jtmm: 1'1 (
Canova and Mr. and Mrs. R. G. :l-4mi'l" NW'i of nik :i S of It 1 Corlirli-Hlii .NOH 210) .ami J11 I I "1' ,, t\ '
i I NI or HKV ICs I lUn *.,ptlply mid i I''ti 11 IP
K & N -, or 1'4. 1-121 and i PHP COFFEE ,
lid.1. Mr and Mrs. Canova wetaccompanied That portion \\ of fly Heu. 21 resent the unpiild IIIXPH fir i tin' N.NOltTIIY.ItN em I can lutIMA i .}
NAT SEZ : I home by :Mrs. Cam 1'1". a M: It. 22 i 14:.. contalnliiB 21 t\II2X! to $$3Relhmh, ; lnrluxi\p'I I ,
ymnrn !
I
Ixtx of folks \\oiulorh> 0t0 I vn. who spent the first of the Acres TintuxvH, more in ui!I". }nol lea<1 are evidence' ( ,'J.HO l: g Ql/j' of I.ot0 In \Vooi1Inwn I BEANS | SUGAR \r ".
mrroliantH use the ..0! o am week in Ocala hv rprtlflc-atiH No880; and 1014 cI'i32 Hoc.!'\ 17 Tp 6 H It 22 1 I.: ;i
mtny I ', mid t'l'll:\ \ ,M.HI,>,j ctlvOlly, and rvjficseiil containing 1< 6 Acres, moip< nl' I i
f fH jirle ln., ten 50c and $1.00. The follouliii) !1 1lrM.J: W White spent the pMt, I'll tn 1B.1K, butte oelusWe" amount IIIXPN', to bu Mold arc nvldt>l iii'i>it 5 Ibs. 23cilOJk 47c ; t !
her to $49.03.Sold : by Certificate No 217 of 111.11.: rpKMM i
which actually liuppcnC 'peek In Tallahassee visiting INK ,
lit History tax' riTtlfi.t ? ',ite. toirnthar with 11vnly, and represent tin* unpaid .
l In KtarKe ev- I 1 htur-in-law Mran ,, iltt l or L vleIKXIH for .the lUJii: tn
Y several jeurs ago son and clau till Hiit>N fU *< l taxes years
0 ? 1 C. White. While 1 I InI will l", sold to the hluho loss: both InultiHlvp, nmountliiK to '
j-l.iln-. it: Mrs George th Courthouse I (13.46 GRITS 5 Jbs lOc !
bidder at oto rprr.1: MEAL
or
,\ ciiHioiTK-r wits Imjlng a hliln Tallahassee Mrs. White attends Starke on h." -'nil day Mold lax rertlflcatnn" together with 'ff .
v r for her linshiiixl and the. nWM'hanttol the Annual Meeting of the Won I l'i.)8.'' at 11 :00 i'cl"ik. A. M.Dutfd ill nl will: ueul omitted or [I.ixlidtnxp ;:: : ______ _. ,
I thin the 3ml day of Aprl IIP Mold to the hlvlKHttildflpr "
do SISAL 'k* on Ihn 22M-I day' of April FLOUR 24 I
Dollar She wild )'OIl'U have to | was April 5th to 8th. ( ) .
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n..lIl.k A M.Imleil
I A .1. TIlnMAM.cicik ID::IX.! at 11 :00) ,
11 lot hitter than that or I just I or. iMrcult Court nfIliiulfoitl this the 2nd day of .\i",ill. -- '-- -'
can't buy It." The old fellow Mrs. C. S. McCornack, of St. 'nUllty.o'I"rltlll.. I9.1Sol'KlrrAI.. \\ MDK! 7? ')7uN t 'i-H
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scrHehCd his head awhile and said I Charles Ill\? and Mrs. L. E. Dei 4.5-iI-4.22.\ C.( A. .1. TIIUMAN.: !

"alright; lake It for URc." !She\ said don of Elgin. 111, have returned,) for 1S Pni\ta'I'" iii" \M t:.. :("I"O'V IIIIIKH' (lundford'lock" of circuit County Court Kloililn of. Bacon lb. I2/ e Bacon, lb. lOc 1Y1 f ,it )Ji .

"I knew you could it A big to South Floi i.f April, A. u. 1"UK, the Ponnl o'nmmtevl.'tiers !
wanted to wrap up. Uglow, after a trip tOLL
( of Bradr..rdeounly \ori: KNOTICK :
reduction like that was hard to Ida. While away they enjoyed a I'onnly, Florida. appointed the fat- 1st I HIOItlUIIT OIVRN: To I21LC '. ''j
down.YOUNG the new overseas highway lowing ClerkH. and Inspectors for th. ill debtom of the estate. of W. 10Porode BUTTER lb.30cOLE0.Ib.mtp "
turn trip over I
I'rlm..y:1..., "", lo be held on the "' deceased to pay all acounln JII
to Key West. 1J 1038 and the said eii- I
WISE IN HEK 1r SHE'S BUT I'reelnet No. 1-I awtey: T. 1niuekburn. ate to the Undersigned nH AdminBiiatrlx .
clerk.. JamoH Hosier, H. to lo all credltom and 'i '
'' k C 4aJ DEALER'S NAMESHOES Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Young have 4. Hlanehard ami. Arthur U urcc, :

had as recent visitors, Mr. and [InepectorePrecinct.
No. i -North Starke: J.
Mrs. W. O. Washburn, of Wilke 7. Klckllter, I'lerk; H A. Now

Barre, Pa, Mr. and Mrs. Rober "ion!. J. I.. AiKlcrKiiii and H L. .Nor-
of Peru Ind., Mr. and nan, Inii..ctoril, .
R. Rooney, Precinct No. 3-Kouth Starke: T.N.
Mrs. Harvey Crawford, of Pitts Kendrick GJpl'k K. c. Hufortl, K
to thelrespective I L. OrlfflH and Kntmi Brown In..poctore. -
burgh. Pa., all returning .
homes after spending Precinct No. 4-(Trahanr: Dewel4urrhee
Florida. > Clerk. Willie Strickland
winter months in South TRIP

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was The represented local W. C.at T.the U. Chapter district' FREE t, you Ulc.t.pain, Indigestion of Stomach

last Fri ''i"'l
Gainesville
meeting in Thornquest, tloatlng,Ca.,Heartburn Belching, t"; 'I.Ilil" .
Ernest
day by Mrs. 'sum, a.tr.*. Munpl of UDGA ,

'' t(tt r'' ''rl t r'( Mrs. R. U Kemp, Mrs W.John N nd a tree InterectInK bookl.t at d 71t11[ '
and Miss Gladys ) ;
Johnson
l ; + + te, a most axciling young wll CARPENTER'S '
week
e wsIi. e The meeting this
ol) he on.
modem styles ( season I :
4w1 4 } -Smart-New and vivid be held with Mrs. F. A. Scott al I 'J

; with their youthful freshness three o'clock Friday afternoon. At : .I
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+ > meeting will be beard. ,> jHf
Woi for all +I k + r 1 \
x + l- ':
eccaiions in r e ESTATE .
k BOOTSEY'S BEACH 1-
+ I
9.
toes to 11 e
) IUJu EWe Crawford, Cor. IF YOU WANT TO to t't
x Buy axa Easter hat with the saving .: I
BUY SELL OR RENT 2 ill ,
},fr. and Mrs. Lee Johns of Live The difference la far.. will boy a new Easter bal whoa.. Ten tab. a '. 'Ij''

Oak spent Sunday here with their SEE US- Florid Motor Line Zephyr btu for your Easter trip. Tievel over Spring \ ,41(,

1 i parents, Mr. and Mra. Bartlj f HID U0bw. U more noybU| than T.r with Mother N.lui. al lb. 'li "
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v\ .1 +fT f Johns of this section. WILSONREALTY # blight oi h.r Spring beauty. You'll find the many ...q...... d.p.rtur... ."J" '

i 1 # 1 Mr.: and Mrs. J, C. Dixon and CO. "4_ downtown "WI .t.tlon. and co.T.nJ.ot ..nric* ,Ju.l tiio thing. lor E..l.r ,

attended faction and bopping Wo*. Pbooa" the bug itation newor d.p.rtuna. : : I
\ 54 family of Evergreen ( '

church near Starke Sunday and v JACKSONVILLE ______$ .9 WEiT! PALM BEACH. 6.ltt n

: ... DAVTONA BEACH ____ 2.93T. mt'DERDAU ... 680 Il'/' ji j je

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PAGE 6)) i Report Shows JACKSONVILLE; : Sheiiff Bob 1, 1". 1 11.I ,IS. I 1''. I''

: J:: I Fewer Cattle LIVE STATE NEWS 'King of Fort Myers is the new fly Hayei& E"Snh-ni\'<,if itiKhs .,,\..r, ,

v.;:1 I FARMERS SECTIONNOTES president of the Florida Sheriff (I it __> I iAI i- .
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I: ORLANDO Tho Bureau of I.OlUn.CT IN SHOUT PAKAGKriis ajaoclatlon: Other officers, nam The tnxen I in I ,
I OF INTEREST TO BKDrOKI GROWERS I I, I'd( at the concluding session of the hv oertlflriite Ntnio ; .
\ I I' Agricultural Economics says that -- nnd rn i i iresent M
Florida cattle decreased in number GETS NEW HOSPITAL tSUtUE.JECTEU: :innuul convention arc: Sheriff i En I 1h*< mil,,,'. ,I "

1'lt" E.NTINO: C'YTS .\NIHOPNnS > during 1937 while the numberof LAKE CITY. Citizens here MIAMI BEACH. .- Capt. Roy Boyce, St. Augustine first vice vnars 11"'1 i ,> i I", t,
Har amounting t to 1 1:\ ,",, ;
John P.
FROM ;MENACING homes and mules remained unchanged welcomed news that Lake City Is Stuart of tho charter boat Sport president ; Sheriff At..O. : F.:' "r, s' .
Hints To Housewives BI1JOS IMPORTANT XOI \\' and the numb r of swineI 1,000 pound rell, Chlplcy second vice presl it TII I n I s' rt-: i I'
; have 32-betl l municipal .Second harpooned a .
to new
11 20 A<'I-"H. in i,., ,
dent Sheriff O A. Allen, Dad "
-- I Increased hospital costing: In tho neighbor- killer whale Saturday and attempted Thi 4 tn"<.r \ ... 4 h, ,
:- Meekly from Home Demonittratlon j I RALEIGH. N. C."Now is the City secretary; Warren E. Van hv rartlflntit to. =v"? .4
coivBy j I The total value of all Florid hood of 75000. Immediately following !- to enter it In the metropolitan .
111' ,.
nml ,
; 111)! )
/ TajlahusseoVRDI Loon Miami field and i I. M I''
J SfH'/"u..t time of the year for all good conservationists | livestock January 1, 1038, was estimated news that President, Roosevelt Miami fishing tournament./ It was secretary; resent the ntiiiiiiil i ,4.

/. i to dispose of surplus (I at $23,614,000 as comparedI had placed the flnul stamp of rejected on these grounds: A Sheriff Frank' Stoutmlre, Tollahasseo years' I ll PII: l ,ti,, 1 iiis, It

CE. mv .ANI USE j! and worthless hound dogs and with $26,211,000 on the corres- officials mammal not a fish treasurer. IlInnllntlnli! 10 143.20. .
:' I I approval on the project, whale is a \1.1"0: 2 5, i ,
HOMEftNEED .'t FI.OrlU.QI.I'f: \ EGGS I i cats so as to protect wild birds I nonding date a year ago. This started plans for laying a corner- I All entries must be caught on rod "SWl,;, of NWl" A vRWM ,.
( during the nesting season" saysJGeoige increase of 1.5 cent. '\OIKI OP 0 5 tn 0t'" 'I' I "' of N\VI. "C" 'lis \. ,,,, r
i : wits an per stone for the structure. und eel. Guides are ineligible as rt. 22 n. ,, ,
and at <'l'Ill'tI'I: "I'I.M .out t 1. ,
I district
Eggs are plentiful cheap B Lay agent for
FORI'' "' The bureau said the estimated -----.---+ --- anglers. :NOTICK: : IH; HKiinnv; IJIVBV thuW more, or less
this season and this well-nigh universal the U. S. Biological Survey in the It. < 4iiiwforil hall filed with me The tnx..K to hp "hI| | ,
'I'f" number of cattle and calves decreased PRODUCTION I the tax perUflcftloM by certtflanln Nc," ... ,. 'Ii!
food product can well be a Southeast. With the lone excep- SfOXK written ri'IIeMt| that > i i' I
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AgreetJth j six: percent to 784,000 during CHOP tcmethor, with all BU!>M part of the daily menu of every tion of himself Mr. Lay rates CLEWISTON. United States ,\LCIITTOS ,,H.nt the l'1
hone: I man 1937 while and heifers omit I.,! or levied' Inxni" haul iiniMtfi. t tg,,". f',, '"
N family says/ Misa Anna Mae Slkes,, the house cat and hound dog &II cows Sugar Corporation's rlewlston Sugar -,i! GAINESVILLE. Census reports hv th* "Stnte bf> advnrtlm RIK! noli ypam 1f! 2T to 1">n i" titalllo..Hlng
sting I two years old and older dropped the show that 632 bales of the to I the hlnhfHf bidder for uR"h nil to S74 11!' c.
nutritionist with the State Agri- two most serious predators of from House last week produced I|.I hv fhnpter 1H29B of the AI.I"f1: N', or R ,
the wh 113,000 to 106,000. The total provided "
cultural Extension Service. Florida birds in the Southern states. 300.000th bug of raw sugar for the'' 1937 Sea Island cotton crop were '1117 ,.,'ts of the LenlKlntare, upon "f VIJ14 !Mn,- 'in 'I'p| '. ,.\\Y.j
ly home improving value of the species Increased It Is expected that ginned In Alachua County prior to the following! dem-rllied real' eKLutn, T J.. eontalnliiR,' 1 ') '\ -
poultrymen are constantly present crop.
charaetofartoof Man as a predator is a threat from $14,749,000 of Bra"1'0,1., Stuto, I..R.The.
to 15247000. I In the founty
/ the quality of eggs offered wildlife largely In fall .and to// approximately 325,000 bags will I March 1, 1938, it was revealed in of Flnrliln' to-....ltIjotn : InxoH to t IM "olel>! ,II, .
''I on the market marketing them Swine lose In number from 499- have been made by the end of the a communication from Ira J. Carter 211 27 In Woodlnwn Ma.. hv certlflrntf. !v,,, 'I
he while the hou t932 ,
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Idered I winter says 000 to 319.000 while their value decreased :'12 TI' B 1:1.: 11 22 K, containing and 19J4 i int., | t tlexcnt .. W
fresh and In good condition. grinding which will be Newberry special agent of the ,
of ; "r- cat Is (a continuous menace and the campaign I 20 Arli-K. more or I man. the unpnld t I.,i\. 't
Impor _ She offers the following points hound Is I from $3,410,000 to $3- completed on April 2, 1938, officials I department of commerce. Carter's The tiixfn \lo he MOM are nvMencer' vears 1131 to lii.. i iiiincninlliip "'. \,,
fcy to putorations dog particularly destructive of t.. $41
221.000. I hv i tlfli-nte, N'OH 300) nail 278 4r
I bales
211
also stated that
Florida here announced.
to
a* why quality eggs ivpott AT.SO Lot
: 7 of ,
the bird and mi
.' during nesting 1112 nnd 19:14: ri-Mpertlvely' fluid rplexent ;
should be widely used! by housewives season. I I Horses were estimated at 18,000 -- .- -- I of Sea Island cotton were ginnedIn nnpiild, tHxes for the y'nrs Addition to !Staihi' :
\;s along In, : particularly at this season: i I bond with the value unchanged at OYSTER PROJECT BEGINS Gllchilst/ County In the same 1 1111 I in I liilft: both Inclusive, nmonntIIK 1'1\Vt.. Purr of v' i t \ I: '
or Hv ND .
ed man| ,ii\ "Game have found to 141.72. v.r tif 1-11|: r\ ,
; ''I Eggs are easily and quickly prepared managers | 1820000. Likewise the number TALLAHASSEE. Florida period. 1 Ml,hI tax ,'tirii-nleH I ." I tiget 1i'.t' wltliill I !Soo. 28 '1"1'| 'I H R :, |I' ,

Home ______ They can be prepared in that hounds break up numerous I lof mules in the State remained at 1500,000 oyster rehabilitation pro- .+-. .Ntil>Hpftient| omitted or tjevloi] hv The,'ertifieat tAxes 'lo,, S.I I-. ";''.1, ..
npNtn of quail /and other ground- I., 'c. H will ha Hold to the highest i I. I
, Florida .' many different ways thus adding "' ,41000, the bureau estimated, but pct started! Monday when 150 KK..iicr: "'LOIti n.\. IMJKSHH( : ildder, at lie '"nm'lhnu"( ilnnr In ,NPPI I h''ei V. :nnd' 'n i>. ,Ii Iihnlh
" !several i',' variety to the meals nesting birds every year, he says I their value roso from $0,109,000 to men imported to work at Panama WASHINGTON. Acting with- Stni, 'ke on the 16th day of April, tsxi, > foi, HIP vi.MI,, .i I. 3I
methods "On most game areas roaming/ I I'UK.: ni I 11 ::00 <>',"lot'k .\ M. lnrhiHlam,, '
A Eggs combine well with other without Identification I $6.191,000 during 1937. City and Cedar Key. first places! out; a roll call, the senate ejected Pnictl thin the 2tlh( day of March, Also: r.ot s mil 'I
of theestablisr i' foods They improve the food dogs tags 'i Sheep and lambs decreased In I II approved for replanting depleted a pro-ot1:> to establish a new fed- 1938.lOKKKMAT.. Add to Stark. In.. \ i
& are put out of the way. Where 'I ; STAt) & Part of Wi' j i,.r -,.i I
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>: value flavor color and texture of | number form 100,000 to 37,000 and oystci beds. R L. Dow ling, state & NM, "Vir ,
.i l dogs and semi-wild cats have been I or nl district judgeship In Florida. A. J. THOMAS.!' of !8K1 t I ,
In the hi' the products In which they are their value dropped from about conservation commissioner said Floridians had sought to provide I'lrik of C'heiilt fniirt of IS Tp (0 I 8 n 32 E:
;_recipes, t' kept off game areas for a few i llrndforil, County.,, Kloilda' Tim tnxpH to I in,,' i
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convenlfhouaewL used They may be used as a meat i :years the Increase In all forms of i $1.000000( to $122,000. twenty-five small boats would be 'for a "roving Judge" to officiate t-l-.i- -n. by <* '! tiflt'mo t NV ,i1taxp II
! .
substitute. --- ---.._- used at both places in the replant- In .p..II".lv. ",'1111 ,1'1 I .
both the state's Northern and ''I
wildlife particularly quail has ...., for thf '.", .
O'I'J'I OP C \ OP 'I.5 XI'll \ i
,, correspe; Eggs are palatable, easily dl-, been quite noticeable. I i ST\TE HIGHWAY. nl'I>GET I I g work. Oysters will be pickedby :Southern districts after tao judi- : 'I'IKIC VIKvoTtrn :" Imth ,InrliiKlM, .1J."O .. ,,,in i,, .," ....
TALLAHASSEE. The state hand from exposed reef! in committee earlier turned ra iinnnur mvrav: that A < : Ono \. i iStnrko 1.
bus In'' : ge < by I ""
.r : 1 "Dogs used for hunting :should The, fjqulilntor at The Bradford Koimilid' i i ,I
people. and are highway department adopted a shallow water and transplanted In 'down an additional: judgeship for ,' .. Ave. S hv Pratt ,
\ a highly Impor- I i 'blt II 5 y ha a it. H "orpol ntlon I ha filed : t \\
Asa tant food for every member of the not be allowed to run about.Sportsmen j; 1933 budget estimating: expendltutes deeper water beds which had been the Southern division with me written request that the : ,dorunn. Inml; & \ .
ed 0110\.1.'F who know how to train 4 lux >'orllfluiit.'H together with allsubneqiumt Join, Add I HK, ,in i i -
iamll)'. from baby to grandfather.They I at $14,740.988 and anticipated depleted In oyster fishing) opciatlons. I ----.-+ omitted' or levied, taxes mi\ In Si: i'i.i iU 1' 1'. .
tlon ag( are recommended for the their dogs keep them up except I revenue of $13,894,406 It added ,I STKNOK nE( UE8T h"M' hv the !Ktntn h" advertised and 22 10 ,
. did systbuainesa while training! them and during the about twenty projects to list +- TARPON SPRINGS. Hold to the hlghPdt' hldiier forH" ...ha. The (tux oR f to, I 11,.. *,. i
1\\ dally diet and should be served at hunting season. It would be well a requestthat .. 1 ui,'(>\-Ided by Chapter 18299 of tfveI'M" byrtlfl<.,nt<- :N'-:.. ,
\' least three to four times weekly. j to be undertaken "if and when ("ONT.tINER uisriicnGAINESVILLE I her body be placed in a I nofn of the I.eirlHlature' upon 1130! and 1'ni, .i'resant "-'i.., '
clla will Il for nil clog owners to follow the!' Lila \ de...rlbed tenl .
!!. Proteins of that funds ate available. -Federal "cheap wooden casket" an.l takento rol\hA' entHto Ihp in.j i mi' 4 tVenn"
a is JudgeA.
and tha> I*' quality very same plan., Large bulldogs< and i In the County of Bradford. Staten I l'12'i! :1 t lo, l '' ;'
, efficient for growth and body repair -- --+ V. Long,:: today granted a temporary a crematory In Orlando in a Florida to-wit: I ;"n-.unllllR' ,ii. JI'.
ing mor. ''i', are supplied which lalf-breeds of that type are capa- ,; '(Tn' II\LL OROKKEI) MOLD Injunction the "truck or car" to avoid the expense -' I."tM l it. I 10, I II.I i 12 I In WoodlnwnSeitlnn .,,l l AT..SOlmiit"' : 2 \ ,
of their!" by eggs, ble of running down and killing i restraining 20 Tp. 58. R. 22 11., h""III' 1(1) \.1.. :N I.., '
: ''j also contain important minerals, I F.BRING--A Federal Court or- Florida Citrus commission and Na- of a hearse,, was made in "tttntntnff' \ 40 Acres, more or r. A W Itiind,, ..1 1 \.
resource animals ns large as deer | tier directing sale of the the left*. >tr... )Mi.Arthiu I I -
.' such as Iron phosphorus and calcium Sebilng than Mayo as commissioner of will of Harriet Amaryllis Davis s xhv
ment an ; : I Mr adds that the The ta\,'# I lo b.. sold me pvldem, ed I 1* hv T. .J. ,\ Id ,
Lay average : City Hall to the highest bidder because Other made In the ,. I'
''tlon wit .: They are particularly valu- agriculture from enforcing a recent request hv 'nrttficst Nim. 201 antI 234..1' hv Land 1 ir MiSi -
, able for their Iron content cat: is a very poor rat catcher but ,: of default of municipal regulation outlawing; the two- will written with pen and Ink were 1(112( and 914 I I'&spet'l'll\nly and reprenent :',, of .SKI,, a-- i2J .
been de' \ the unpaid taxes for the K:., containing,; \
often catcher. bonds
a '
Eggs are excellent: sources of at good mouse was advertised here. The biiHhel container for shipping clt-[,!'that "all viewing of the remains M-nts 'I1T1 in 1 U3 both Inelunlve. or lennTh .
y Theh'preaentl' ", least three Small terriers are much to be preferred notice said the order was obtained rus Injunction proceedings were i n nJ all demonstration of everykln,1 nnionnlInpr to S59 03: .. tHT,>H to I i-,.,M,! ,,
\ vitamins A, D, and G. .VI.SOVU, of NIJt. of NI '', of .,. ,. ,
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hy .crtiri ut" N
1 as rat calibers on the by the Land Title i 1.
' "'I Vitamin A builds resistance to varIous and Trust brought against the commission be avoided "I had as SEt>:4 & Nn'l: of NVi4 of SE', sleettvely| .iit'p. i ,
woman (, farm or in town he says. The Company in an action S.. 2S Vn, 'h S K 22 CC. 1
" Infections such colds vita- against the and Mayo by ten citrus growers I soon there be no religious service i contiiliiltiff' pail taxes for 1 ihf \ ",
:) ing Inte aa ; terrier, of which there are many City of Sebilng and whatever 15 AireM.. morn or IOHH I 1'iin: h,,ih lin III-H, ,.. ", :
, ; r r, t.fs man D, the so-called sunshine vitamin Highlands and shippers this morning/ attacking the will continued. The tnxtN to be Hold Cr,. evldon<.edbv 111.3-). .1
' taatlon : is essential for the species will stay in or about the I County. City Attorney Joe Kln- the commiHsion's March 151 "Perhjpa some one or more people I ixrllfUnte No.. 264 and 260 of Said tux n'ltlfknl 'n', 5.fleqnnnt .
t which p preven- house and yard and will not travel sey said such a sale could not be care to the Lord's I 1132 nail 1">14 re"I'"II\.ly. and r..pr".nt ni T,..vlod, ta\. v\ i ''II
tion of rickets and vitamin G regulation making the one and 1 may say the taxes for
ot ; I : unpaid the to the highest blddci .it i 1. ,rt.houife .
being r. over a large area. The small dogis legally made since he said there 1931 to ,
promotes good nutrition and aidsin three-fifths bushel container the i Prayer. "yearn 1 1935 both IniluMve, Poor In Htark" "' ih,
'v' been gl' not a great menace to ground- was a State law prohibiting such standard and _. jmoiinthiRr to $.5.67. ilrty of April ADI I"I t
that ---
prevention of pellagra. stating no con- : AI-HO: SH'i of HW'-t, of SK; .
, o'clock j* MDm .
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j Ing- -f'j'J;J ----. nesting blds and other animal life, selling of property occupied for tamer may hold more fruit than BOuNDARY IN DISPUTE Sec 28 Tp. S S. n. 22 B, ton- ) nil thin the I nth! .1 :t
" fponservi\' '. he says, while the best tabby cat I municipal purposes the standard. TALLAHASSEE.. Florida's talnhiK 10 Acre, more or lens A. n 1538.IOFFWIAL.
lon an I Osage orange In the hardest .. The taxes to b" Hold are evidenced ( !SKAI.' )
w will
I get Its share of wild birds ----- --
American wood. I boundary line In the Gulf of Mex- h\ certificate NOH 781 of 1913 re- A. J. THOMAS/
V.b.cau during the nesting season, unless 1 ico Is In the iP"-tivctv and represent. the unpaid Merk of Cir. infiradford '
dispute again as renult -
] -- -- -- FOREST taxes, for
letter f -- MANAGEMENT MUST COME : the years H12: to IHH County, FIoi, id..
carefully kept and fed
: up of a decision by Federal Judge both inclusive, amounting: to 116.38.: 3-2S-3t-4-8.
Limittuy "Cats carry diseases of various J IF TIMBER SUPPLY IS Alexander Akerman at Orlando -
1 .i\\ SAVED _____
mall) :>> kind: from refuse material to human 0------ ____.____ _
I that the state's jurisdiction does
ben of .[>' ,' I beings. from cat to cat, andI not ,extend beyond thre miles. I \
1! ,fully ::1'and f State Forester Harry Lee Baker trees and small trees left standing i BEASLEY'S SERVICE
from
STAT
one to another
he
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person Akerman Tarpon
,' Judge discharged a -
.I : I this week answered the doubtsof i
Seed
J thl .j Creative declares. trees, he explained, are mature 1
I hem tha Bio fisherman !
't;. Springs sponge
Floridians' that the State's'forest iii I
many
.. I which reseed land
pines
vf Mnrmful tody AVaMo | Humane of chlo- TRY OUR SERVICE
disposal cats by supply would, stand the' charged with using diving equipment I ANU BK CONVINCED
Your'" kMnfy: sri constantly flltarfnff'! rroformlng them in a tight box orhv there are .not enough small trees ] within ten miles of the Finel-
I vr o iai nr from ,the btOI! rlr nm. Bui I k. mfysiomc"immtnitla thalr work-.da drowning in a wire Cage l is to las County shoreline in violationof ATLAS
that the
Is
1 1i ,t art ai p'a..ln'"ded-.n) to ra- new Industry proving "Whether Florida's timber '!
.. S. referred, rather than the too- sup- a state law Judge Alicrmanovirruled
Thn ImpuriUi that if
ratainwl mareoiaon beneficial in hut TIRES
many ways BATTERIES
.ho .y t.m aa..ommon practice of releasing ply is endangered," he added, "de- a contention by W P. I TUBES
macKIntry.fiymptuma that It has made proper forest
r i I m In the woods to starve or pen<.ts upon flrp control and forest Allen assistant state attorney
: I may b* nagfrlnf! barkaeh% fire Tires : .
: management Including protection I'nroinlitlonnllv Guninnteed for 1 Year and IS) 1!
.
II I ,p ntlaUDt haariaeha, atMu Ira of dUnlnaaa, c' O''e semi-wild predators of management The state can grow general that the state boundary
K."'n, niKhta, awviilnr Indispensable.
up puffln
M*
undar: the y -a nn3': rarvou* -i': i ind song birds, Mr. Lay con- } "Heretofore forest management timber to support the present pulp I extends three marine leagues. or.ippioxlmatcly STANDARD OIL PRODUCT:
; B4iJtl ty and IOMI of pap ltrsntth.lth.r ('llll!' :iI mills and some additional ones together '
ton miles International
'1 ( oi.... 01( kidn..y or bladdar dJ.> I where It existed, has been the W.\SIIINU-POLISIIINO WAXING GREA*>IN".
i ...4., miy' ba burning caoty or to* ___,_ with the industries which law the Judge decided, lim-
: (7311101. ...nnoUon.'I'b. llr.SKII course of wisdom and good Judgment -
I require saw timber and whlqh its state's Call 60 For Road
...ibould ba no doubt that prompt %It-VO-MOH( ," ?fr. Baker said. "Now it pro- a Jurisdiction to three Servicer.ay
,
i traatmant la wi.... than "....1.... ti.. 'l"h.' 10 in Iii lit C, ITCH tinatmentO.M I duce poles' cross ties!, veneer logs miles. That was the basis on
0.,,'. Fill( 0"" ,,', I b.va .boss winning I lii,I v I I.J: infill." I.-Rtl..n ntiiHHury. has become absolutely necessary
2 l now. Irian da for moro than forty 1''..... '0 >(l ,.0.". Nil "flhlHN.' N. oU"n..lv' that such good judgment be more and other forest products. t which W. B. Dickinson, Tampa at- t Fujment 1'Ian On Tires and flatterleL.tT j
hava
Th y a nation-wld raputation. .1 toi' sought of the ('ONWA Y, FLOii! \ MOTOR LINES AOEN
t
Ara roeommandcd by trataful: paupla% tho .-" ,,.II..d. clutliinK' or hail llnenn.thn I general." "But an increasing use of forest ney discharge t
oauntry ovar. Ask sour mtighbotl .. products requires an Increasing'' sn.nBe flshutmnn. j ..... .
'i" I loHt from "cho.l.t.tt i Tho State Forester added that ---- -----.--.-.-.-.-.--.-.- -
iilmut Dr Stutts a ,imlclilalilphur ( sound ... .
forest -- --- -
emphasis upon management -- -----
r : :; "8imi' !i Florida forest lands are entirely
& I At proofl drug fttareM everywh"'e., I capable of supplying the needs of The wise system is that''

: 4',tllPKNTKIf* Dlllli Hlnilll the five pulp mills now In operation of managed production! timber |
Mil :I.t
) I '
_. to be In as a crop selling cull, thinning'
-- -- -- -- -- or soon placed operation -

In the State. thick stands, preserving sufficient |

I 'In fact." he pointed out "the trees to maturity to provide saw'

pulp mill provides a cash outlet for timber thus providing a steady I I "Daddy wanted us to have a safe car

much timber that has been wasted, Income from the sale of products |

such as worked-out as the stand is protected fiom fire i
turpentine j
trees cull trees or thinnings, tops and stripping operations." so he bought a CHEVROLET J

and limbs. The Importance of this In such a program the pulp .1 .

) may be illustrated by the fact that wood market, properly managed'i because it has PERFECTED

21,000,000 worked-out trees occu- Is an advantage Mr.

: (villa. r..llcI"1I1 A.h..tfoew..H py space that could be utilized to The importance of Florida's for-I

: ____ --- grow new stands of timber." est resources to the state, he "
_ HYDRAULIC BRAKES !
wood _
Mr. Baker concluded that the is illustrated by the fact that

KEY-McCABE FUNERAL HOME pulp mills actually improve such. using Industries, numbering about

forest areas as are brought back 1,000, provide some 8,000,000 daysof

I ;MHS. I. (' McCARE. Lady Attendant I into profitable use by removal of work annually.

JACKSONVILLE, 1LA. ST. AUGUSTINE FLA woiked-out trees, that where proper Fire the great destroyer of for-

thinning practices are followed est wealth Mr Baker said, kills
t 43 W. CbU"b-I'b" 0-1538 SO St. George Phone 27 f A

tfr the stands left will be permitted to the young trees thus retarding and
---- ---- -- mature under favorable conditions often preventing the developmentof 1jiI1

and that the new money available second growth timber which is

_ _
UNITED LIFE INSURANCE CO. for culls, tops and limbs suitable now the chief dependency of the

j- for wood pulp will give timber forest products industries. Mil ?

I.. C. McCABE, President, Jacksonville, Fits.'t owners a greater return from their lions of acres of land in Florida c-b_
$*
lands. have been burned over until regions -

't Industrial Life Insurance "In considering the Investmentof which once supported heavy .
S
I
I ; 0. L. SAPP Representative the people of Florida In forests stands of forest trees are now un- ,
: -a t '. -., .. _________________________________ .' .-
and its safety he said, "we should productive. Worthless scrub oak '.S. _ ,
1 44 take Into account the rate at has taken possession of much land t,' I \ 'I' *.*.G.t .i '-S

which trees are being cut, and, in upon which the young pines have a I 1 ,

t I Jlie Point of View ( addition to that the rate at which been destroyed by fire. .-s _. -' )s4tt'r' -'sq'_ S _

forest fires and other forest enemies He concluded: I'p
.
are destroying the standing "Since Florida's new growth of

timber. timber 1 is being removed in almost : & ::1:1I

;17e WIFE "Many Floridians do not realize equal amounts by industry and by -

) that forest enemies,, the chief of fire It Is obviously the course of I -- ---_. .

sometimes condemns which Is fire, take a toll of timber reason and common sense to stop .7crk w:, l

: /fc- potentially heavier than all the the ravages of fire rather than I
the husband for creating /
combined wood
using Industries
r I! curtail. the operations that pro-
: an adequate insurance operating in the state," he declared. vide payrolls to support a large ttiEirfL

:' Estate7he number of the state's gainfully _
[a j I' j4 The state forester said that pulp employed persons

mills now in operation In Florida .
"With sound forest managementand usi Mo. iS.-.1.
/ WIDOW L have subscribed to cutting and extension of fire protection activities .__I..C.._ A .C M. .

conservation rules which
require our actual and potential

that seed pines be left In each m _
forest lands can support more Industries I :
', always praises the % I acre unless sufficient numbers of and provide more payrolls ,

wisdom of the husband small pines are left growing, fix ." -

ce whose memory lives minimums of stump sizes, and prohibit "Our soil and climate produce '

e ; through Monthly In- \ ( clear cutting and other destructive pines in less time and thereforemore r _

practices. He pointed to profitably than the northern T'

come Incurnace. 'PI sets of regulations in printed form states. The growth of forest _

; -- which are distributed by the> mills eta be made profitable farm

to their employes and to contractors crop with' an annual cash return '

and timber owners and to and with, a steady and perpetual Torode Chevrolet Co.

blanks which must to filled In by income to the great percentage of

those supervising the cutting of the state adaptable to the growth I

timber to show toe number of seed of trees." Starke Florida
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8. 1938 _
APRIL
10 vv. . BRADFOItD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARICE, rLonmA L
.. PAGE SEVEN L
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911), RESOLUTIONS I -- -
OF SYMPATHY: -- -' .. .. .- "--.-- I
LNESomrneflt WHEREAS It has pleased the SaId' "Naturally he tried to makean I'l-'S iinrt, (in!' :! roHpertlvely, and rep- tin- following, 'H''lh.d' i "<-i: | estate I I
Almighty to remove from AYAJKATbmO OXFORD impression." n si'nl ,Ijisi-M,, for the yi'itrH I!947'! In, the County of Uradford. Stale -
OUI'midst.
to 191$. both inclusive, amounting of Florida, to-wit
"
:
by death, on April 30th, "Impression! Paul ejaculated."He lo 194.t9. H'.f HW'i' of NEV4 of SV/Vi \ j I

On Here ll38; our\ cstrcmiMl tnt<< nd and SoveriRn 71-1ALSEY made a dent!" ill Rnlit tine,t'crl, Ifli-ali'B,toRethervllh" He.'. 22 rr'r| C H It contnlnliiK \'
$ RAIN ES Mil.'n'ni niiiltti-il or" I.fvliillaxi'H 'o. ea'I \.1
'' lea .
Wlllliirn E { ..pful he doesn't! mane one on *
,
Torncl If. who hnnlor will ho mild to the hlfthentMitili The taxex to. lie, mild I
anevident it I
,II And Hereafter / many yciu-3 nictipiel( II p ('mi- ..... "'I 1\ 1.t"' t (t-! -----i! ., Ti' ::'fefrd/-/; I von.! Molly warned. him. "There's i at', I thii iiiirthoitfia.. door In hv iv.rtiricalo" Knit. alto and I I0: 7 "rrmpertlvely ,
rttirkion I the I ir.th of _
iluv April
n.<-nt rllllkI, \ : our mlilm maintaining / .J't" lt "In j'1.!)'Cr '1 oiuethlng about that chin of his HirtS! :! nl I II 00 o..ork. A. :M.l I IIMS,,,,and' Ilutoil 193:1'': ,IIIXHM f"ir ,th and.. "-?- I

I ....' .. ... ,. ._ ._ which tills be could. bo l >ati-il IhlH. the 20th day of March years
I, under all circumstances s -.L ;J. PI<>TUIUII me a pert : : :'ill t t. lbI::<. 1.,11t hifluDlvi., umountHnld .- I
a '' .. -
'81 t", ,1\( tire the has peacemakers to be mnde. character untarnished and a rep. I ::'-': jio= J ; =s''JJ.T I' J t lly hi a ut If ul enemy!" 1038.. inKli'l. VI. HKAI.: I"K I CII, 29.:' I ,

d i ,I. ,tIlt Peace utation above \\ HAS IIAPENEI (To Be Continued) .1. J. TIIOM.\S.rierk tax <'><,'Hfli-atfM I together with '
) I DuU'B The 1111
reproach. doing old sonofagun .h"'I""t
peace In the world.e of rifoult Court of lot nmlll"d I I nl' I..vle I
,,' is no --. taxes will 1 be
"'I' SO FAR: !" Bradford NOIol| to the highest
Florida.
Na- WHEREAS That in the County
everywhere. deathof
strife hldder at the
CourthouMO door In
An in 1932 4-t-3t-4-l5.
I e \ .' up against nation.L Soverlgn Torode we have sustained Lc Sheridan' champion KIUI- I Paul looked serious "If you'Utake epidemic piled up Storks on the IGth day of April "
rising MUM athlete anil u bit of a hnig. mote than 10.000 dead ducks to toils: at I II I :00( ,. .'Ii-l.. .I. A M. I
rnments are ravishing other the baa of a friend' whose I my advice Sheridan, you'Uduck the mile on the shores of Great 'O'I'lt'I'3 nf "IMM.If ,TIOM KOH Lifted thin I tinJfilli' clay of March ,I
'IIt I Lmments, Armies are ready to fellowship It was an honor and a Kurt IN Informed Unit he ha* I it," he cautioned. T\\''' I>.:.:.> 191S.OFFICIAL. I,
; been accepted' an' American Stilt Lake. L.I Dictators are lifting pleasure to enjoy; that we bear "Why should I?" Lee asked, :NOTICK 1 IM IIMKKTtV: : nlVKX that A. J. THOMAS.' I I
.
/%t stained with blood. Ef- willing testimony to his many virtues schoLar nt Oxford Ullh''I'\IJlty.\ puzzled. I'O'I'II T .1. Alilerinnn holiler of Tax Cer- C'leik .of ('lrrult ('"urt of
I Lack of funds llfli-iuc .No. a ). 1 IXHIUH the 2n..., day ,
Uradford
to his place him In a /NOTlfE: IS HKHEPY OIVB!N to County Florida.
c ft, are being made to keep the unquestioned probity "You see, If one college wel- nil whom It limy fnncxrn hat I will of iYo A. r>. l!>::4h"h..RJlm d 'same 4-t-it-4-tn::! ,
\:, LC'P Nations may temporarily and stainless life; that we offerto pOHltlon where he Is about to comes a big athlete, the other colleges on the 2IMt dRY! of April. 1938 at In ite a appll _. J
meeting on battle- his bereaved family and mourn- turn down the opportunity Id( o'clock A. M. Cite my Final Its- ciilli.il for a tax" deed l to be Isauedtheronn. '
I kept from are apt to be down on him \uort nnil applv for Final I DlKrhaiK"RH ;
lid mil that does not mean that ing friends, over whom sorrow has when Ix-c' father secretlytmrrovts nrd he starts off the A"nlnl..II'nlor, "f the estate of Salil certificate embrace the fnl- I';
L'I.. 1 1 on wrong ;
:
<
luwlnir dem-rlhed In theP''tttty
f ''boI {'La,: nations are at peace. If two hung her sable mantle our heart the netNled money foot""It Henry U"W Sttphrna t1'1' I., .da.eeaso4.JOSINIt'I': of Urailford property., State of Ploi'lclu .

I 4r .'I,.n would fight If they could get I felt condolence, and pray that In- front on olil iMUiklng friend. makes a man unpopular :1I254t416.. .Vortheiiiil, to-wlf" : Quarter of Northwest I

, : L Iher. they are at enmity and finite goodness may bring speedy through" his entire university C8- :\OTICM OPFOI1 API.t.'ATIO\l: Quarter "Section 2ft Townnhlp 7"Ulh. ,,
'! .1\ t at peace. Peace is In the relief to their burdened hearts &ndn'pre CHAPTER TWO added. T\\ I.KKIXflTirMB : Range 22 I0a..l. contalnIniC "
re-T Ramsey i
I : them Lee IS HKIIKMY: : IHVIW: That 40 Acien, "more. or less .lI&i
with the Sheridan
at consolation was a
t, I If neighbors are really very lonely Lee looked from one to the oth .r I). (C'rnwfcml holder! of Tax ivrHrirnte -- The anHeHNtnent of the HUM proprtv -
Of Ln' ,. they can mount machineon ) tht, hope In futurity and faith in young man as he watched the Brit- er. "Well what had I better do No. 175 iHnuml the 4th. dRY ., tinder the mild oertlfIrate lnIKM -
',{ their front porches and Ood.( give comfort even in the ish countryside roll by. A cup of of July' A. D. 11)27) haH, filet, NIIDIOIn | wax III the name" of J. C. T,ee.t'nleH .
; ,,111 about It ? he asked. my off it i. nnil, linn limit application mild certificate shall be re- "
t. nu" temptation to shoot each hallOw of the Tomb. coffee was on the table before him Paul seemed deep In thought for a tax doeil to ho Issued ,il.li'i'iictt acrorrtlnB to hl\\'. the prop-
fi' IV" ; I i-itv" ilexrrlhed therein will be sold
'
.
but thiM'eon., Mali! irtlflrinti nihinriHthe -
it had tasted. All i '
,, jjh i If they are not at peace, RESOLVED!: That a copy of gone I "'iou might get off at Dldcot" he I II following cleHcrltipil property In ,to. 3 the hlll'h..1 hl machine around him in the train's restaurant lion I n' do not need guns to those resolutions be presented to sul/ gNlted. the ( , ho month of Mav. 19.18 Is1 'OR
*gill! riubs will do. Some men the bereaved family of our deceased -I car were groups gaily chat- I "Dldcot ?" Plorliln.T.nt" :111 i I lo-wll Wonillawn: Soptlon 2i the 2nd, day of May 1938 which i YOUR HOMES __
I
|nv. done u pretty good Job flght- Soverign a copy to The Sov- ting. He wished he were back In "That's the station just this side TnwnnMp fi Hollth. HailK> 22 11 it..d thin 3lHt., dav of Mui.-h. A
with their bare Lakedale, where everybody had a I:iiKt. ,rnntnlnliiK I .\l"" '", 11"0 I1)38:! I Ii
ch other erlRn Visitor, Woodmen Of The of
OJt g "" Oxford You could get In with- n,' IOMHThe ( )t"Ftt'IAL /en: ;At.) I II
f ianite Women have been knownI World Omaha, Neb., and a copy cheery word for the greatest athlete out their knowing anything aboutit. HHHenHinent of the said prop- A. J THOMAS', ,
Id contests. The he In the school's history. ."' "iitv iinilor the said 1 certificate I... Clerk of Circuit Court of
hair-pulling spread on the minute book of
ctitei .. :
31. ii. il was In the aetna of '1'. B. Bradford County, Florida.
'I I,jloublt- with the world Is not with All Friends Camp No. 138 Starke I All the way from London for "Wouldn't the fellows at Cardinal 1(/tunny.I'nliMB. II I t-429. I _

: L military machinery large or I Florida, In, everlasting memory of I I almost a whole hour he had done be pore ?" Lee asked. said arrordlniv.rertlfli-at to law nhall tint liorei1oeniic1 !MflU-13 OK Xtl.R OF- TfKIITIFICATKKJ \ \ .

I ,ppII, ;! The trouble Is in the hearts our deceased Soverign. nothing but stare at the villages "Mr Sheridan" Paul replied. nionvrly d"'rH..d. therein will I lie I IXOTICB
nnd towns they passed. snlfl. to the highest bidder at the ;; IS HEUKHY (liVEN that
They are wicked. The Committee: "have' heard of the multitude -
t men. ever
I I you rourt hotifte rtonr on' the fl-mt Mniirtnv .lohn. Williams 1 hn, filed. with me II
//1 .,licked have no peace. They are J. 11. Fields. AuditorJoe Now of a sudden a voice permeated censoring a man for modesty In the Month or May mae wrl'ten request that the tax cernricotca ..

t \\'HI'> with God. They are |In re- Sistrunk FinancialSecretary his consciousness. |I, ?" "whli'h' 1 In the 2n {IIt I nl..1 thIs, 25th lay of Man-It, A.Kil'KK'IAL iU| "'nt' omltteil or levied. taxed held.
t jeli-on against Ills authority and "Cardinals getting poorer ma- "No I guess you're right" Leelgrpd. n, lOIN l 10 v I the Htate be advertised unit sold

[II. laws. Sinners do not want to Henry .ollcox Camp Clerk. terlul than any other college at / "If you fellows say so, .. A. .,."8MAI.' THOMAS.) 'o Movldeil the highest by Chapter bldiler 1829 for. .oa"h of the a.

e -estralned. They want to live ---.- Oxford' he said. I'll do It." rinrk of Circuit Court of n.17. acts. of the Legislature, upon Soil Dtuuiilui, modern waits It

',ie", own lives In their own way. DOUBLE RUNMrs. Wavertree who was facing the Bradford County, Florida. that form a perfect background t-
"Yes. another voice replied. 4151420.MtTUKOF.
not with pinners.Hi. door of the for draper! and furnIture II
:: "I'm afraid we'll make rotten RELIEVE MISERY OF
a
This
: V.. A. Tyler Cor. striking new beauty' fsyo.wr
S PPI.lr TIO% Poll
law has been satisfied. The "Ah the fairest of the Beau-
howlng below the mile this year. I T X ItKKIIWriuitf when you renniih your wall j
,eI'' was& paid by His Son on the monts!" he announced ( Illll 'o. 1(13)OTI'I' with LOWE 1
"And I wonder what kind of BROTHERS I
a
(
Misses Bessie and Lola
Cod wants men to accept Tyler The all stood attractive : IS: linitKIIY: 'II1VKN, Thnt
boys as an LD
fC a MELLO rONE.
Tim up Soft colors _
I
and little David Tyler. were visit- showing the bout club will make ? I Cariion M flrlffl", holder, of Tax
II' 5rn and be at pence. The "Well we wont head l the river, English girl dressed intweeds (rtlflrnto No. 170. IMKIIIH! Hie Kill.ilny easily applied-can be used _
Ing Mrs W. R. Swan born Satur- /
I of A. P 1 1"I(: 2. hi" plain combination i
'c'' .maker Is the man who havI came toward them. She Hvptomlier or tn to pro 5

::1, I tic, peace of God In his own day.Mr. that's certain. I was beautiful, In n soft, mellow I II flleil atipllcatlon,! "Kamiin I for my, It oi.'lie' 'tn x Mini do.'hn" .tu niaae hiiHHtiecl .. 12 TABLETS luce fancy multi'tone effects' ( f.
and Mrs. W. R. Conner and direction of the Before in
Turning in the hE'I.1 vou paint come for -
1yos'efreecopyotl.oveproth.rs I
leI t leuteemlirnroM
.1. t i I. bringing other men to way. looked mature beyond t IheriMin !'In certlf
I I ahiklren attended church ut Pine HIM fi, lli, .1.., I I..ln-il.,
voices Lee saw three young men.evldl'ntly I I >\vltifr '" i
also to- nnd _
(la walked with
; and contributing yeats : uncommon nf 1, 15
I "property It I h.' c'onntv Uniilfniil" new illustrated book "Uruih-
I tin harmony of the family of Level, Sunday and Sunday night. students, seated at a poise. Her very carriage suggested State of Florida. lo-wlf: fog Up on Beiiuty.' "
I I Donald Conner, of this section ,1-RI'by table. Here were people We"l Half ..r NorlheiiHt Qn.', .". 2 FtiLL ", 1
In human spirit and nleitness.
10'' Trying strength
toO of Northwniit Pertlun 25C
\tc, i men of the world to live on spent Sunday( with his aunt and lalkirg his own language/ -sports! "Don get up. I Just came to t 2 TownshIp Ci Kiniih Quarter, Iliuiit", DOZEN W. A. BessantJr. I I
I uncle Mr. and Mrs. Leon Conner. He rose and approached theiru'jlo 22 Kurt.: i-ontalnliiK 20 AIIVH. Agt. ,, "
i Is have of
frl"dly terms good work but a cup coffee with you, ltHH
.
td linirn nr IP3t&TCM
Miss of '
this
do! "ng that does not make an Unconverted Emmalyn Morgan, ) she said. The aHM'HMinent, of I HIM mild' property ,,,,?, BAYER ASPIRIN 1
section spent Friday with under t the Hiilil fertlfli'iite 'Is.stieI Starke Fla. ;
J. night in -
man God's child. The "Excuse me for horning Paul took her arm. "Molly, let ;, I 'j
wan In the name of Mr N
MiSS Julia Winkler of
Starke. -
If, pea emakera are CALLED GOD'S <(-nts he SH Id, "but I've got some me Introduce Mr. Sheridan He T ISItth -- / ', .

MI's. Lester Hall and little son, .cood news for turned t'nloKN, Kali! i-erllfli'iilv I t xluill.. I I beredeemed IS I I
.. CHILDREN because they are not you. to Lee. "Mr. Sheridan this arontlnir to law tin, 3t'.i, 'o

I ,Il like (iho men of the world. They I..f< Citra who has been visiting The rae looked ut him In sur- Is my sister" ,i'1-tv denprllied 1 therein will be Hold '

..rt.IL. lav upon them the imprint of her mother Mrs. L. W. Morgan nrlse.'Tleally. "How do you do ? You're an tn the hlirht-Ht hl.l.l.T. nt the mull, Protects food perfectly Needs M daffy attention ,.
limiter door on the first Monday In ,
&I Him Whom they trust as a person- has returned home. ?" one of them said, fin American, aren't you ?" Hie month of Mav, 10.18 wlilrh Is S Freezes ice cubes-desserts No water or electricity I
al Savior and the One Who Is called Everyone enjoyed the good service "Sure. How did you guess ?" I HIM. 2iul., it:IV of MilV. t I1KIS: I
::15 ally. Tinted t his 23'd, d.iy: of Mn.I Saves work Has
steps .
to I
the Prince of Peace. held at the home of Mr. and "A woman's Intuition," Molly I 1q15. UMmey DO machinery wear

Mrs. G. L. Kersey Sunday night, "Yes. I'm by way of being somewhat said laughingly. "Are putting (oI1or1AL sl'AL' ': ) "h'j .
you
of an athlete myself and A .1 TIIOMAO.lerk .
Environment Is a good thing. held by Rev. C. S. McLean of High him on things ?" she asked the ('! of Circuit Court of1'vailford ; ,
I'm to Oxford.
but environment cannot do Springs. on my way out 0th l Couaty I Florldul256t422. _
el's. ,
anything :
_. smiled. to I ::3 / I II
for -- -.- --- I The young man "Out "
any man unless he has "We're doing our best Paul replied -" '

an affInity for his environment.A FLA. STATE FARM Oxford ?" he repeated. "Oxford has as they sat down. I I MIMfK; O.M' F TITN'dTICI I ; ; --
iiii'i'i iJt' "'i'IN:
' hog in the parlor Is not changed Mrs. Cor j: .nly two directions One goes up Ramsey took the inltatlve. "Mol- I '? IS HKHKHV: fllVRN: that I I"" /
Brjanhitlielcl,
his I ""j Oxford or one Is sent down Terra, Becker haH, flleil with
by heard of Sheridan He'squite
surroundings. The hog ly you've nlf'j
..
I! kicked out!" written. reiiiient that t 1 II 1 t tax t''rt
1 changes\ his surroundings. No man Mr. and Mrs. J. Godwin honored a famous! athlete." li'utftt together with .all onlo""III'1I', | ,' .
Is affected by his surroundings Unless "For Wnvertree," another putn "I'm sorry, I don't think I omitted or levied taxi' holil I hj' I the
their son, Jimmie Brown Godwin tate ha ailvnrtlHeil anil nolil, to the
lie has something in him that on his eighth birthday with "a consummation devoutly to have." lllirheHt lilddcr for ranh ax piovM"d I

responds to his surroundings be wished!" "My sister's reading ancient history l.v: Chapter 1H2KO of the 1tS7! eats
a upend-the-day party In their' .r I Iho T'eNTlMliit., llpiin' (II") follow-
le.-us sold. 'Blessed are the pure icrne Sunday, April 3. Young "All right fellows. Lee said, I at Oxford" Paul said to Lee. 'tic flvHcTlded, real,I estate III the I

In he in) for they shall see God" I 'have it your own way. My name's "She's never heard of anybody '"inn v .if Hradfoiit I Hint' of, Fl"il-l!" I
rucsis enjoying the affair with dn. to-wll :
Wh ..t t I see and hear and touch af- Jimmie Brown were Bradley Geiger 1h"rldan-L'e Sheridan of Amer- who hasn't: been dead three hundred K>r I i.ot !n I & i.ot, I in, I tt I & w'" |

fi.* 'me- but a man without a I -n I didn't get; your name" Heat years." or f."t I 12 III Wmiillnwn, s." .. I fiTp
pure Melba Stringfcllow Bernard A S.' H 22!! II cr.nliilniiiK. .,,,, 'n. ICWffOA'
hi i (cannot look at the pure and and Jim Frank Jordan of the down lit the table. I I Lee stared nt the girl In open \i.t.. M, inol e or less

b. flu- pure and touch the pure. "I don't believe! I mentioned It," admiration. "Oh you're at Oxford The 'InxoK lo I... Holil ""r..I ,,, 01I. I II II'V /'
Pium and Billy Benson and Mar- I i-ertlflrnte No., 567 of 1933
I I'' the firm man said. "However, It'sPaul too! Things are looking re-
up ,
ipure) men have no affinity for an Brown of Starke. Hiiiu'tively.I anil( I epi'MHi-ni I i i\< i
pu :-K' The doctrine of New ripHumont This is Mr. Wav- |I Didn't you know you had such attractive i.. V..H-H. l'i't to 1515. hoth ln, Ill- I
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hive,
amounting to 171.80.
I Wiggins an- antI Mr. Ramsely "
Hi: ih Tlree Gentle-j co-eds
: In ]
taught the Bible Is Hald tax .rllrk..I..H
a sen- the birth of I toiri I tti. i
In
sibli doctrine. ounce a daughter turn Mr. Lee fherldan, of America I "Oh we can do much better than with all I i miuHeriuent' ntnltteil I or I.e .
Except be
a man the Gaines, ille toil tnxnfi will .he. Hold .
Hospital Sunday !" '" to the highest
bo'M i 'gain he cannot ever per- 3. i that Pnul Hiilil Jestingly. hiiM', "'r at the Courthouse door In
r. p of the kingdom of God. April "I m certainly glad to find' "Thanks wretch, !" Molly Slid Ntnrke, on I the I IJIh tiny "r A i ,il I

Mr. find ;Mrs H. C. Wall ofTlIllnlns -omeore to talk to," Lee went on. She looked nt Lee. "Un ophlsll- tills' :! nt 11:00 I : o'clock A. !If. '
I tinted 1 thin (lie 2lth! day uf Math, ,.
----- -------- : ..e. were guests of Mr. 'Tell me about football at Cardi- cites! They don't appreciate women 1938.OKFICIAt.

ITSET jnd Mrs. J. G. Godwin during the n""'I. Cot much of a team this !" ({ SKAI.) I l
ACID-STOMACH: A. J. THOMAS I
NEUTRALIZED QUICKLY .eek-end oar?" I "Oh that's going to be taken Clerk of l.'lirmt Cmn''i ,nf ,

yU, can get rid of those stomach Mrs. J A. Lnnder entertained "We have two vulgar games In care of from now on," Lee said 41 1 3t41!I'.radfoi! County, Florida I

agonies caused by 'RcldIndlgestlonby he Farm bridge club at her home vhlch an Inflated ball IR kicked emphatically. "Mist Beaumont, do |I &SYPV4cEPh4#

] simply taking a spoonful oflsmaRex rhursrtny afternoon A profusion ihout and shins are bashed," Wav- I you ever find time for fling'ng'! 'II'I'U'.J.'Ktt'rIpt.va'y.eN'rtr',0 : ot-' .4 a J.J.J or: i-\\ _

In a glass of water. It i">f spring flowers made the home rtrce replied "If you care for that woo?" IM HFUKHV j IHVRN: t Ihll' I '4i .
; I _
'.j Is. delicious tasting and brings re attractive for the occasion. Fol- tort of thing. Do" you refer to soc- Molly laughed brightly- "Fling- R written S. WaHdln reiiiiert: hni,that. filed the ;with lax .-er-nu .I 1 I

let In three minutes. Buy a Jal owing four progressions prizes jtr, or rugger? ins woo? That sounds Chinese." tificate,. together with I nil I I xuhHe. .
.1 of "I don't know" Lee said. "I only ',,,'nl ",nit It'd or levied taxoH. held I
.1f ) tifty doses today for 50c at the were awarded and dainty refreshments "It's short for date engagement
'iv' the State I he ndvertlned' and ohll I II
.1j f Re-call' drug store Carpenter' served. }l.iyed American football. nnd ," Lee explained. "Strolling the highest hlilder for cash at*

j )rug store. Mrs. L. F. Chapman la visiting oy, did I have a lucky season last hand In hand with the boy friend" "..rovlded 1:37:\ B''t hv i.f Chapter the LeglHlature., 1S298 of the' MIKE EVERY :

I.t and Mrs. L. F. ear. Averaged two touchdowns "I'm afraid I won't find time to the upon
Chapman! Jr., followingileKiiliiril' r .11 1 <
-- !I.BUSINESS.....- in Fort Sill Okla. i gllm." I stroll" ,n t the Connlv; ,; of :rtrndfnril:; : : Stan;;. I ,

MI' and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell and "Ah1! Paul interrupted. "Quiten Lee grinned confidently "Try a :XI"l.i.t-' I In of rtinham.,Hck| 2 JoIt'In... 29 RW/t Tp of 7 II

1 athlete I dare say you run lample stroll and you might tnke S.' n 81 K.: I
1j Mrs. Josle Mack had as their ,, ,. ,
TinIMV..H' t I I. ool.t! '"t'.i." | .1 i
guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. WMcGehPC. 00 ? I a carload. l.v certificate I NON. I 101 I and' ',.,IX nf _
j Mrs. Julia Hutchins "I do the '440' In 47 flat, hut Paul had been listening In ''i'37 mid, 1 1111:! 't'est.ri'ttv.'Iv I an...l i n I DAY HAPPIER :

DIRECTORY .Ve' never really ben pressed." "Yi, he said. onent taxes for the. year 1926 to
j and! Mrs. Corn Nettles of Ocala. I amusement. Molly <10'tN. both, InoliiHlve amounting/ tiinx >
:
" "Forty-seven!" Ramsey ex- "You'll find Mr. Sheridan an amu.i- 1121 03.SILI'I i
-- -- --
r..tln'ulo 'ti.Keth. i \> i Itt '
GUM miANCH ;Iollml'd. ling conversationalist t ill I I HiiliMeiiiient. I
I omitted or I Levied 1 \
I fl DltlNK@rlZ I "Yes, end he's never been press- The train began to slow down. ,axe* will I he iiolil, to thn highest with this modern dill refrigerator for homes 'I _

Ii Annie :Mac Harnngc, 'or. i cl!" Paul added sarcastically. I I I "Here you nre Sheridan." Ramsey MOiler' at the OmrthoiiHe,, itnnr In I ,
j
Clarke on the 15th
i day of April
'Oils( Bodkins! Wavertree said.\ "This Is where you get "I'IN, at 11:1111 1 : ,, oVIoi'k AI.; beyond the gas mains and power lines! I ,
Those from this section attend- I 'Iatt'd| IhlH the 2SI.., day .,f Mulch.
ii
';:isped. I I off I
1935.! :!
church at New '
ing Hope Sunday Paul decided to lead this brag-j I Lee looked his disappointment. II.'f'tAt SPA f.' t '

were: Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and :tart on. "Lakedale sounds like "Oh nay I'm sorry" he said to A. .1. THOMAS. I SERVEL ELECTRO LUX RUNS ON l'

CiM In Sterilized Bottle .amily, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey w-,ter, Mr. Sheridan. I suppose Molly- "I've got to leave you for Cleik Bradford of Circuit County Court Florida.nf i ____

and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Yar- rowed well?" 4.1 13 t.4-I 5.
you as a while. I
The laua That Rrfrenhes 'iroi'gh and Clyde and Aaron. -. --- meals ,
sons. c.AI. -assume a plentiful supply of .
-=. "Stroked the crew for three "I thought you were going to NOTH'K 01* '1.11: OP T \ KEROSENE ( > ,
'- Mrs. J. F. Shaw and children of years that's all! Say we'd have Oxford" Molly said surprised. KIITIPK'lTKf: I -&. I lcecubesstalltimea.Be.tefall.It _

WE AREPRESCICIP'floN the State Farm were visiting relatives made the Olympic team but I did "I am .by the back door l"N'OTICR hn Hampton; IH 1 HriEIIV;ha:. ril-il OIVK.V with that m.. ecwU amuingty! little to opera t*-actually I _ _

In this section Monday not have much behind me!" "To avoid the demonstration In written request| that the tax" cer- No matter where you live, yon ean sum enough to I
.11fCht. I tificate' l.iK.lh, with all .. Ip ,
uubxeluent
EXPERTSCARPENTER'S Paul gasped at the sheer audac- his honor" Paul said significantly. I ', omitted or levied' taxea" held- DOW enjoy UM sam convenience pay fur iUelf. Clip eou- _

Misses Juanita and Lena Milliard well "hy the State he Hdvertlned and vines of modern for frit literature. It _
ity of the speaker. "Well "Demonstration ? and aold refrigeration POll ......... _
were visiting; Mrs. A. J. :lie finally managed to "our "Haven't heard ?" 10, the highest .hldiler. for ea..h ntnvlflKd that city home hvo. Serve) Eleetrohix
say you Ramsey 1 l.v Chapter 1829 of I the _ _ ;,
TilE REXALL STORE YarbrotiKh, Saturday night. troubles seem to be over! Now wet1on.t laid meaningly "The men are giv- 1917! ncl. ..r the Legislature upon is Identical in all important ,
.he, following deRcrlii-il. .. MEAD WHAT THIS ,
Mrs. T. N. Norman and daughters roil n
-- -. have to look to Eton for ing him a big reception.' III the County of Flrndford. State w y. with the famous Gas Refrigerator '

Helen and Dorothy, were visIting anybody!" "Quite! Wavertreo exclaimed if Kl'irldii, rn.tvlt! that has been the choice for HAPPY OWNCM WRITS ,:; _
I'ARt. I.1'1': .'IIO\1'.uas: her Mr. and Mrs. II. ."9'I'I'of';' NWl/ nr N1B'4' of "I ,, _
parents SW/1 like .
Eton aura Semi Elertroliu.It '
"I don't see how those 'Hands across the sea and nil that SW', ofl '' hundred!thousands of city home my ..
:
I' 1,1' NI HI:
of .
vf. McRae of Pine Level kaepa everything eo enld and '....b. -r!
HAROLD Saturday could be to row In 141a''i A r.l.j:' ,if H\V r ;
expected
R. LAURENCEneiclmr ijuys sort of thing. % ol BK1 'f during; the past ten ;yean It makei DM*! preparation a pleaalira. t'. ''I
tight nnd attended church at Pine fJWV, See .15 TV II ft
I plug hats and Buster Brown col- "Oh I nee!" Molly said lowly n 23. This Meal Surely aana atepa beeauae I .
I r. <'ontalnini' ; I 10 ,','r..., .ninr.' in kerosene refrigerator one : '! _
,,| tlewl f;_ln'. BrokerKV ;r.-!vel. :m's. responded Lee with a shrug. "Sorry I cant with the I less i domn't have to go to the banment. '1 q
go you | I food fresh. for
___._ "I'IH' I iu' t.,. hi tIt keeps days--make" after thlnia. And If a dandy for cold' I :I
--- -- areevldenced __
>* "ITO\ia Suddenly! Paul seemed to remember CPt of the Miss Benumont." ; i ______
FL '. "
UKUillTS. -vav. ., housework drinka and lee .
easier enables Mr .
|I I' ""rtlfi it No: 1 if 8 and' KTn nf i ;you to cream. J. K.a.'mAMta ',. j''
SUNNY JJliOOK FARM something. "Sheridan, Lee wild "but I'll be seeing. you!" : Ktmamka, lotto.tit .
dishes and varied 1
serve new more _ _ _ _
F. \1rs. F. n. Crosby. Corranpondfnt' I j 'if course!" He turned to his com- as he dirtcd away Molly turned U I ";

C. Hollingsworlh ____ i i [.1:1[ Ions. "Why he's the man for to the bo's1I t ore you beasts IDmmJ

Mrs. Evelyn Crosby celebrated | whom Cardinal In planning that Running to do ?' she demanded ,

Hog:; And Hominy her seventieth birthday anniver- '! !hg: rercpt ion. "We're going to give that all.! _

ary last Sundiy with a birthday I IIlnne' I For a split second the boys Americin braggart/ \ a beautiful ,re 'I4tJUSTZCE .
HI-J'lH:; tt'ils'S' t'tan: & SEI; n H1'OJJ. ,
She had with her that j j 'tot.'(p'l blank. Then they caught on. ceptlon," Paul said grinning av.. .. I J _
; FI.\
FARMS 'nv all her children all her grand- "Certainly! How stupid of us!" _ _
brondly
I -I fi.Uem.st, M_....... _. wtthnc sally.-" I
-, '-hlUren: (except two) anJ ull her .tamsey said. "An Inspiration," Wavertree 0' TillSUPRr. tIns ............" Inl"rmaU"o, siot, K..,..od I _

(fi-eut-grand-chlldren. She re-1, W'a-.'trtree stared. ""Well bless! mu cmii red. ". .,".. I I ZIsetrult.. tll. ..o.a. adlledo.. I I1,: I r Ii .

Denmark I .Plv'l many beautiful gifts. I Iilr my heart and garters!" "I might!\ have known it was' !.,,: ,I I N.- f fI

and Mrs. Purvis Green are Lee beamed. "You don t mean /(.'brll'lant' idea" Molly aid toher I

Furniture Co I .ecelving congratulations over a they're giving me a reception!" I ) biothi, | asses ,"'" COURT I I 8t nets. R.P.D__ _____ I fi:

0 '.rc 1t"l'C hlnc Nets : aby boy born March 31 1938- "I believe he papers announced' "Will von. fling woo. my dear'1 ,1 Democratic Prr!1t:11l1.IPJJ I 1 ,

Stock| K,'ery. Day He Sore to Sirs Green was formerly Miss vour coining' Paul said Paul Idtighi I | T.'Y..... an' ... Y..,i 1-_...,. .. !itco To_ ,

See it Before You B-iy. I Jludys Knight Li ,chuckled.: ''I guess that's "He's nrrong strangers. Molly ,.... .....".. SI tie L. - ..M aW. aa en s, mJ I

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{i; r.\OE..EIOQT'. ..', ,_ .. .__'" ,.. _' ..__ __ m. -- ---- --------- --- -_- _-__- ,__.BRADFOflO_COfNTr,TELEGRAPH 1 STARKE, FLORIDA:_ .. -- FRID \Y. Al'nlt 8,1'-'

40 log 80 acres, more or lesa.The Ing 120 acres mor,.-,
containing acre
OP 'lAXKitil 22 East I
: GRAHAM soviets. 0. K4I.W. I taxes to he Hold are evidenced The taxes to be.M..\ ""

TelegraphEstablished : ..* ( ,: Fit:.A..J"NOTICA lIVEN that more taxes ur less.The to be. cold, are evidencedhv I hy, certificate No*. 281 and 1581 of by C..rtfl..le No. '
Bradford County I Mr. .. f. mllh. orP..4fld ) lit: HI'JUliHY: 1124 and KKI.1: respectively and repifsinl 192 : '
W H Jones bus filed with me certlflcatu. No. 1545 of 1033): and rosp.Mu' .'
,
AGE S3 Ihn unpaid taxes for the resent the ,
for the unpaid" t, ,, ,
taxes
vtiiupii. I reciueHt thin I the tux certificates t '''''Nent thv unpiild"
.
1877 Fuiierul, Scrvlrc* together with all\ subsequentunlited years 1932 to 19.18: both Inclusive years 1923 to 1938 both Inclusive years 11)211 to 1938. bp,,, '.
iiiiiountlng, to $227.71.ALSfI '. to f 28A.i, < 1 '" I I
held Sun
Funeral services were ur levied 'taxes hold tiy thaHtato amounting to H9.SH. < anullnllnl UK "
of NWVi'\ In Sec. ': NU'/t of NW 4 In Hoc. : NWt/' of 'l, "
be advertised I ii itl sold to tliehighest ALHO: NWV : .
tvtEMBER.vrhoRaPREss day afternoon at two o'clock at 5, Township 8, South llange 22: In 22. ,, ,' \ q'
bidder for cash as provided 3:1.: Township 7 South, llange' 1<< Icw""I", s ,
Church for Mrs. Must. containing. 4(1( acres., more Hun we 22 RIIBI.' ,,, '
the Christian > Chapter IHI'd!!>i) of the 1037 acts 22 Rust containing 40 acres, "I' : ;,
: ASSOCIATION \ I Evu Allene Willis Miller. of Miami. .r f I tin* LeirlHln,' tunupon the following more or less. or lesH.The ""1'.1. iniu-u of |ic.KS .S
evidencedby taxes. to lie aold are evidencedl.v The taxes I be ,
dosci'IbtMl runl I uNtnttt In Ute The taxes to Ito .0111111'' .c HMM' .
V \) She was the daughter of Mr. and .i-minty I I of llradforil.. :Mints, iif Florida. I rcrtlflcnte Nos.. 41K and 1547 of leitlflcntu, I NOH. 431 and 1684 of by Certificate NOH, 4 7'.1.., ''I '"'",n"
: 24tia ; Mrs. Albert Willis of Graham. Interment to-wlti I I'127! and I 11133! :; respectively" and represent 1127* ,mid, 1933 respectively, and reprexmit I "1)O'lv"ly. and ".j.m.. '' "
otwt2z theyuttt.s the unpaid, t a sea for the for "j*
HB14 of SW'44e/ ('. 21 Tp. 7 8 R. the unpaid taxes for th. \ .," ">
was In the Santa Fe Cemetery :22 R, containing/ Acres, more 1926 to 19.18 both Inclusive, yeui-M' 11)20 to It! :<8, both Inclusive, 1938.: both InclusKc.. .,, ,",I.", ; IK
: "
.. .-. near Hampton. Besides her or lei.s'FIle amounting: to 1104.:.13.ALSO unimintliiB 1 to 9402. 13011.77. ""Hi I,
and Entered as Second Class taxea to ho Hold are' evidenced : W<4 of NWW ft NWH of ALSO: NlC'i I of HKV In Sec. (1.Township Said tax oortirii HI I. I ,.,
Published Weekly on Fridays parents she Is survived by thiee l hy certificate No. 1488 of UIJ3 re.peollvely. SWV, I In Sec. K Townnhlp 8 8 South, Itumte ItKast all I I uubsequent omlti' I 1.1 i "J[ *lll

Matter at the I'ost Office at Starke, Florida brothers. John Victor and George .. and repreneiit' unpaid South Range/ d Knot, containing conlalitlng 40 acres more taxes will be sold. t t.. ,'It. I'''v''"
co taxeS for the year 11192 to I IMH, 120 acres, more or I....... ", lens.The bidder at the Cnunli,' 'i,.. ,". l*
., Willis and one sister. Nellie Willis both Inclusive' anuiuntlnir to 15824. The taxes to he sold. are evidenced taxoH to 1 be sold' evidenced Starke on I the I IStle t '}' ," !.
.. .. .. all of Graham. Pallbearerswere Maid lax rot-tlfluateH tovethor with hv certificate Nos. J8T and 1585 of l>v certificate NOH. 289 and 1587 of I 1938: at II I ::00 OIl,.I K .t" p 1,

E. L. Matthews_____________ ___________Editor and Owner : John McKinney E. B. Mc- all subsequent omitted: ur Levied 1926 and 1933 "respectively, and represent 19211 and 19.1 respectively. and reprcxent Ded this ,h, 2iItIt,,,, ''I t ,\!"I,
tax,. will lia HoM to the hlKhpRt. the unpaid taxes for the the unpaid taxes for the 1935.() Ilkl
.. .. -- -- __ --- Kinney. Clarence Melton, Nathaniel l bidder at the Court honxe door In years 1925 to 1413): $. both Inclusive, yeni-H 19211 and 103H both IncluHlve. ( ).o'FIffI"I..)
I HOME ..4r SUBSCRIPTION RATE Dyal. Carlton Davis and Woodrow .Hi.m lie on the 22nd: diiv. of April amounting to 1278.01. amounting 1 to 1100(19.ALSO ( IM'
1038. at 11 ::110 o'clock A. M.Hiited ALSOsiiJi: /, of NW'4 & NKVJof 1C' of 8KV1 SW',4 of Clerk of cit, |Ii, ,
2.ZEED in Advance Melton all of Graham. De- thin. the :2ml!" dny uf April 1 H\VV In 5, Township' 8 ,SUi< In Sec. 1.1. Township 8., llrutlfrd 4 II I" """' 01
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable Witt C. Jones was In charge of ar- I 1938OFFICIAL. South, h //e22 Knot contalnrou 1 Mouth Itange 2J Hast contnln- 4-1-30-4-IL "I. t.li., .

I Advertising Rates on Application tungementa. I A. J.BEAM THOMAS) ,

' .Agree )' f'lerk of flrcult Court of

the hon Bradford County )Flot,'Idu.lStt POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS I

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I : -22."NO'I'ICK
jst1ng GOING THE ROMANS ONE BETTER Mr. and Mrs. Edward White and

"those wl? ,1)1) time we stated that in our opinion nothing I daughter. Rowena of Sorrento OP C tIN. OF 'F.aTit'i'tI'l4 \ I I ivr.ir.'s a'r'rotilv: Pall !HfllOOI. 111)11111 (
Some I I
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$ ago were visiting; Mrs- L. C. Willis <- \ TKHNOTICB : I 'Ol'N'r\C.'I\I..U\.n, '
ly home 1 Subject to Ihu Democratic Primary T hereby anounco myself :iilldute can1 I ""' ,, ,,
characto could be more unattractive or seem more unfitting than a Sunday. : IS HUUnilV: (IIVR.V that I Klectlon I I hei-Hbv" announce ,1 for member of the School fur" c t'tninty' onn"I"Muiimiwulilcl ,, ,' ', 'I I :Iklrou
W. 1' Sinllli him filed with ma.vrlttHti I .. One ... ,.,i
: niv candidacy for "State Attorney. llonrd IHtrl.t Nllmb. 'I'wo (Northli .
fro'
f time have us one bet- Fred W. White. of Tltusville. reirtieHt I that the tax certlflatoN ) "
far too Since that they gone Judicial.
CircuIt subject
female wrestler. Eighth composed < Liiivlry 'II" ( ) I the I. t .
slderedsf wrest- was a visitor at the home of Mrs. ." toilet her with nil l I Htihnequentmiittfd .>f Aluchun. linker. Hrndford, Ullchrlst t. the will of I the voters In the* Dumncrntlc to be 1..n' .< P'I '
have the ladies not only or levied, ,tiixt held 1 by theHinti' he' MI
and they .
however now I.I
ter, L. C. Willis the time of be Levy and Union Counties.Vour I Prlnmrv May If ptt.tI, i-. ,
'
during adverllxpd nmt Hold to the .
of ,
Impor
vote and support, will be I was "graduated from nradford, | >ple of i the !S' l i li
but wrestling in mud their bereavement. ilKhi'Ht/ hUlder for' tacIt. an l providedv nil I I' 0.,1 ,
MUK and have worked In schools '
high
,|'ty to put $ !:, Chapter 1829(1( of the 1017 Hits ttpprecittteil.'p. r'tadforil County u ut I I", I '
Derations, "- of the promoters explains the. idea as follows : "They Misses Martha and Alia Mae f t Mi" frlxlnturo, upon the follow- D. m'NCANGnlnes eel y life. I elected I will work for I bent. of my ability.. li'
One : the of the of Hi ad- ,
; : I believe .
I titf" deBrilhed real estate In tIle \'lllo, Florida. a'I.lr. ,'hool. mv '-1".1.; l .. ,
along IDed inch boards around the ring and fill the enclosure Sla de, of Jacksonville attendedthe "nntv of Bradford State of Flordn. ford l at all tlmeH. Your ''ald..rn"n of Stat, h. r", ,u J'I'!
mam i !.lice: eight funeral of Mrs. Eva Allene to-wlt : vote and support, will be npprecl- several years. qutlI ri.i' ,",,., :, "' '

'evel! to the top with black, oozy mud from some swamp. After Willis Miller Sunday. NW1,4 of NW', Sec.' 33 Tp 7 TO THR PRMOrRATFC VOTERS II... nrntefttlly po..lh" and I shall an i':>' ,p, ',"b?
HomeF'orIda :8, U. 22 K.. imntalnlnK 40 A<'I'''''. OF TUP! EIGHTH JUDICIAL, yours "upporl.V. '
it has been soaked to a gooey consistency with the water Mrs. Mae MIckel and Mrs. R. S. more or lee.*. CIRCUIT: M. D. Melvln) FUTCII.FOH ri!. (Mlli-h) lii\\:; II:'

Trice and daughter. Miss Frances The taco. to h. -..0"1) are evidenced I hereby announce my .
several J hose, the girls are sent in to fight It out. liv certificate N.$. 4.15 of 1921 re- for nomination as State .nndlda..I 8100'. 10U.1 FOR ('OI''I'Y ' method* {tljfOf mud wrestling re- Titce were visiting Mrs. F. M. spectively nnd repi-pMent unpaid succeed myself, and promise. continued I wish. to announce I hereby announce n>\ i.iniij, .
the "A noted magazine devoted a page to Griffin, Sunday. taxes for I he yearn 1926 to 1931 .earnest. energetic and faithful for re-election aa a member of the for. nomination as Cnunu' pmioner 'nimil,
howl from be- both' Incliixlve, amounting; to 165.78. performance. of the duties of this School Hoard from District. No. I. of Bradford Countv l | ;
continuous comedy Mrs. E.
establlHt :,-> cently. It is said to be one Strickland and children Said tax certificate. together with office. subject to the will of the voters In Number Two North Htaik.. DI.lrr|

In the hrecipes. muck with a strong dash of slippery were visiting her sister, Mrs. Flor- all Hubitequent. omitted or Levied The continued support. of the the Democratic Primary May 3. to the Democratic Pilmnv, Unt' Jf i I
ginning to end. Swamp will 1913. If re-elected this I If I promtMM, ,,
rie last week taxes be Hold to the highest Democrats of this' Circuit will be to office r.-.lerted i
.. whole unbelieveably slick. The contestants McKinney, in Starke. Mdder' at the Courthouse door In deeply appreciated.J. xlncerMy p'oml..e to continue to honest. painstaking, aunt ...,
clay makes the mess Mr. and Mrs. D. work for service that I have .. r..thr
convenU A. Simon and Rtnrke on the 22nd day of April, C. ADKINSGainesville Interest of all the retdet d ''I, ,
a > their faces at the out- HUH at 11:01): o'clock A. M.Puled ."hool. I In Bradford County pest The active support. of th
J f housewf ,}fcorresprj usually slide ludicrously on son, J. L.., of Gainesville, were the thin the 2nd day of April, Florida. J. H. MOORE.KOH voters la respectfully "ullriuo; \

|.| set struggling furiously to maintain their balance." dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. 1938OFFICIM. I... L COX.VKII.fOM : .
C. Smith ( 8KU': > "'OR.r..s ATTOHMiV NCtlOOl nOAIIIt .
er 1 biaIn 4. It is hard to imagine anything more perverse to all the Sunday.Mr. A. J. THOMAS.i'le I hereby announce myself as. candidate I hereby announce myself a can 0. ..t ('o"'Y >ll. and Mrs. N. J- Davis and ,v didate for election I hereby announce .that
As ai, I of circuit Court ot for the office of State's Attorney an member of I ; b,
| fine traditions of womanhood than such a display as this H. D. Wasden attended church at ; Bradford County Florida.. In the Eighth Judicial Clr- the School Board from District Two.fimprlslng a candidate for Count. > <'>"MI,i,nHion"I, .
edonf t-8-it-4-22.: i-ult subject to approval I of the South Starke. The-essa.. er fmm' District' Three.i nulij I ).,it .u
tlon agP; must be. And yet we turn up our noses at the ancient Romans New Hope Sunday.Mr. voters In the Democrat Primary. and Sampson City, .subject to the the will of the voters 'In 'Hi. tim' ,
and Mrs. Roy Reynolds and MITHT OP 'I % IM, OP 'I' \.\ May S It may be hnpo..lble. during will of the voters. In the Democratic ocrntlc Primary May ::1.I I I""' :k |
did ysrlbuainesi who used to enjoy seeing a couple of nice, clean gladiators C Ii0TlI'ItA'1'Ercr'rlcn the campaign. for me to meetpursonally ; PI'ln"ry. May 3. If elected I have been urged to "run f' ,Hunt' '
v \ children of Reddick, were visiting I IS HKUKIiY: tllVE.V: that every vol.r. but I nature promise' to work for the best Interests flee by several I voti-i i .. t in t t flu. Ii,
hack each other up into little pieces. To our way of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.: E. I3n! "eiie Hunter ha. filed with meviltten you thai I will appreciate the cif nil the nchools. In Bradford trli't If It Is t h..I'1.1 l, 'i
wrltt ;
ells \ that the Countv. Your and at. this h.
ren.uHt tax certificate' vote and l support of my Bradford 'ot. actIve suppt.i "hllnl' ,1 j t
mud wrestling makes the old gladiatorial contests Strickland over the week-end. .> office, I 'l
and tha thinking, together ivlth all mibi enuentomitted County friends. t .olclt..d. wli pi-iihnm i> |*r.
Mrs. J. H. Surrency visited the or levied taxes. held by theState ZACH H. DOl'QLAS.1'OW W. f. SIBLEY. "lt of the best of ni\ .ii,i..,i',, t te
tog mor dignifed. give them, ,
curiously a clean
lie
nn'l Ii
seem advertised and Hold to the "i p t ad
of their) \ bedside of her son Jack, in St.Luke's hlffhent bidder for each. a* provided roil N< HOOI I. lie tnt, ministration, nnd I to d I,-\ ,.i. i ,\ ,iimi,
-I) Hospital in Jacksonville, hv Chapter 18296 of the 1937 actHr T herehv, announce my candidacy In their behalf. P.estdi-m. ''F nda -

resource ( GOING AFTER INDUSTRIESGreen I last week. .f the IjeplHlnturaupon" the follow- ".. I I for nomination' as a member of the 40 t -ars; taxpayer .17 y. ", i 'du.
xaent an : OUR NEIGHBORS I InK descrIbed. real. extnte In the rl..E"T..Tn.F prl- ('h"ol Hoard from, Iilstrlct Two, coted common school) of i :" .in 4n4
Subject to '
klon wit Cove Springs has high hopes of having a hosiery Miss Margaret Broughton of County to-wlt of Ilradford, State of Florida -I .teary of Slav Sid I hereby announcemy subjwt to the will of the Democratic del Flor course d.i. Plant In city High. ".
Tanipu
Hart : tie'tee voters in the Primary Elec BI""' .1.)
de' Haven was her candidacy for Representative
been visiting Heir. 40 It| T3 "t'V 'or of Ktfcof lion May 3. It I will diligently lege.
mill located there and seems to be making a great deal of 1 State Legislature' from Bradford .I..t.d. -
'/ mother Mrs. Arthur Broughton NWiJ of HRi': of NP5V & nun l Countv. work for better Bradford J. II. (Jack) FIKI.I"):; ;
Tbehre.ent' I' K. 50 ft. S 105 W 50 County .. hool... Yolir -
toward that goal. Sunday.Mr. ft ft. N 105 Briefly, t am In favor of and will vote sod support -
progress ('Or\TY (
ft. to Heir Sec. 28 TI". 6 S. R. appreciated. .Oi .Ol..I".R
( Doubtless there are also new industries that could be and Mis.V.. T. Wnsdln of 23 K.The .. 'ork for: S. R. SPARKS' ln-reliy I ., i ", >
( .
woman for Old for ,
Increased appropriation
Waldo visited relatives tnxeM to ne old nre evidencedhv county commlsHlonei. f"'i" DIItrlct I -
ng inteh'' j had for Starke and Bradford County and the surest way to here certificate' NOH. 32R and 1068 of IKf Assistance' ; aid to the Mind and FOR HCIIOOI, notnn Three subject to mil gt
Sunday.Mrs. 18.11 Impendent children. I the voters In the DemoitHth,
and 1939 Hpectlvely, and represent hereby announce myself a candi ;' Prl
: mationp get them is through the efforts of an active Chamber of T. A. Graves, of Richmond taxes for the yearn 1930 to Drastic. reduction In and re-dls- date for election to the Bradford, mary to be held. May 3, loiS
,, ,which p Mils both Inclusive, amounting to trlhutlon of taxea. Countv Board of Public Instruction Your vote and suppuit HUI,
being ol''. Commerce. Every business man in the county should be a Va., Is spending several weeks son nl. I would tinder no condition favorer from district number 2. composed of greatly appreciated.F. b
with relatives here. Said tnx certlflcaten together with vote for ANY new tax. South Stark, Theressa. and Sampson I c. l-iOLLINOS'oiTlt:
been gl'';, ''fning member of this organization. Why should we let all the in- all mioHequent omitted or Levied Setter schools. with best teachers ..subject..' to the will of the voters ht''
f We are sorry to report Mrs. H. taxed will he ntd. to the highest/ and most. up-to-dat. school equlpnent the Democratic Primaries 3, FOR COfNTY 1OMMKHIOM-R:
-- '| May
dustrial plums go to our neighbors when we have as muchto I D. Wasdin Is on the sick list. bidder at the Courthouse. door In'IllIrko obtaln..le. wih a full nine 1938.If I hereby announce myself .i 41.1
: connervi, ,,5 on the 22nd day of April, II'llIrante..d each boy elected I promise to give an date for re-election to the .i HI I", .ol'
w Ion, offer as the best of them ? 1938. at 11:00: o'clock A. :M. toil girl In our County State.Increased economical I. Impartial efficient and county commissioner.. Distrh t N't,., I I
anp Curd Of Dated this the 2nd day of April. compensation for the biiHlness-IIke administration with (South Starke). I was hri, u.n'
--.becauL[ pARE Thanks ISiS teachers teachers'. tenure, and adeiiate the needs of the schools upper-most r..ar. In Bradford Counu .'id in
better tLimit We wish to thank each and every (OI"FICIAI.IoII'A'.> I ( teachers' retirement compen- In mind. .. *.
THE BIG-SALARIED FORTUNATE? one who kind A. J. THOMAS: 'ilon. Thankln" you for your support I fe'el'that with mv experi"nre' 1 1am I
was so and
sympathetic Clerk of Circuit Court of I am wholeheartedly In favor of the coming election, I now better fitted to set, 'e yo
4 ty nak'bers Most of us envy the enormous salaries paid to film stars. to us during the death of) nradford County Florida. he open range and against any "No ,uu. than I have ever been anti ..

of, These are played in big headlines and cause jut dear daughter and sister, Mrs. 4-8-8t-4-22. Pence Iaw". Yours very truly) promise. you that If I am !r-"I.] .< up every year -- -- Lower a.tomohl.. tal''. on. W. E. MIDDLETO.V. to stand for the rllht. of. 'th. t.
t'tzilythRnd Eva Miller, of Miami. We wishto OTIfR, OP .. ..IW OP T\\ olpl..llon 13. I have payer of my .. .ld the tuui
lots of folks end of dissatisfaction when they 1",1
no .
compare thank our friends for the f-F lst'IFICA'CHSO1'1'Vi >osltlve. a..ranr.. our Clover- ty us a whole giving you thf 1"0
me. their small weekly salaries with the fabulous amounts paidin many :-; ; IS HWUKIJY UIVKN: that nor that this. road will he onmplet- Foil SCHOOL no.titi> that I hav. In me.
beautiful flowers which were TV .1 ftnrber .AIIH. filed with mewillten .1 1 tn the near future and I shall Dint Nu. 3 Will thank you for your tItle oilsupport. >4

Hollywood. All this looks mighty fine on the front pages gIven. We especially thank the reeitiPft that. the tax certlfl- follow.up this assurance until Hood I hereby announce myself a canelitlate .
it"' t ti l .
together w-tth all MtihKer uent IH .onpl..t..d.f'onomy for the Board of Public Instruction n..p.'flil'' .
but have you ever I kept track of the small items in the back Rev. L. G. Hemingway who waso omitted or levied taxes held by the and efficiency In ad. subject to the will of thevoter. 1'lo> l\-"
faithful during our bereave Mtate he advertised. and Hold. to theuhont our State and County In the Democratic Primary
of the that tell about these same big shots of Hollywood h bidder for cash as provided gnvernmente-whieh would result election to be held May 3. '
paper ment.--Mr. and Mrs. FOR ('O[ TV < ( :
Albert Willis hv Chapter 18296 of the 1937 acts In lowering", our taxes.I .. Your vote ant support will be 'O"'I'I\H
entering pleas of bankruptcy, committing suicide, and :and family. I .f th. 1 LeKlnlHture.. upon the follow shall endeavor to strengthen the greatly .ppr..lat..d. the At the.. .olelnllon. '." II
< mr"
deiicrlbed annoiim
ing real estate In the w". nnd enforcement of the laws, .,. WATTERSOJJ
._ County of ,' l. self a candidate for the ",(fit ? oCounty t
dying in poverty ? There are a surprisingly large number of Urndford. State of FlorId onservlnar our tmbe. fish game Commissioner for IHMrlfNumber
t to-wlt: rend all other resources.If FOR SCHOOL not nil '
: them, and it is said that only a handful of the movie stars !MISSION II.LLND Lot I "Sub-Plv. of Lot 13 East elected your Representative you I hereby, announce myself a can of the voters Four subject to ill" ivil,
Lawtey See. 13 Tp. 5. S. n. .lY rely upon me to make every didate for member of the Hoard of on May aid. .
I of yesterday are well fixed today. TABKIKNACLE 23 E.The ffott to meet the problems arising. ; Public Instruction for District If elected I promise. n i',n" kntloim
,
and faithful I ad ,it,tat, in i <'
tare* tn he aold are evidenced from to time to the best In- [ Number 3 of Bradford em ,
Apparently it is "easy come, easy go" with them. They ly certificates :-10... 305 and l 263 of rest 1m.the people of our County. i iI 1' .. comprising ,voting County precincts Fln"1" of- the affairs. of the office eniiu, .t 0 'iHto .
The Hampden DuBose "I'llO" and 19.IT respectively and rep- have lived and paid taxes In Hrooker me. Your support and, \ u
Academy O.nham. Hampton and
must spend vast sums on clothes, fine automobiles, and travelin reMent tinpnlil" taxes. for the years I Hindford" County last seven years .. I Ulver.I Iclt..d. .
i private. Christian, accredited 1029 to 1938 both Inclusive, amount lived In adjoining Counties more If elected I LACY J. WI \V
order to put on big show for their public. Few of them log, to 145.48.. 'linn promise I fair and l Im- -
a High School of Orlando, brought twenty years and In the State partlnl administration, of snld l offiep PEnt -
.
Said tax curtlflORte* together with fi>,rty years. Will ( C-Ol"VT fOMWIXMOM.K) ;
4 are good business to our midst a delightful of appr..rllll. your"IPlcc.rt and I wil work for the best. I take means of emit> ,"ii,
managers. group nil HubHeqitent, omitted or Levied in the Primary on Mny Srd.n""n.t Interests.' of the schools of IlmailfottI thl. i 'that I
young people when they taxes will he aold to the highest oily, County. be a candidate t..r
appearedat
Their old age must be singularly unhappy. Much more bidder at the Courthouse door In W. SMITH. J. A. J. office of County CommlHloiM I "i 'n'ti,
( the Tabernacle Tuesday night. Clarke on the 22nd day of AprIl, 1. Id\IXNEV. Jll. the Fourth DI"'rl.t of iP 1 .ttfod l( ,
so than that of the men and women who are content with The group of eleven headed by Dr. linn'< at 11:00 I : ( o'clock A. M. Foil NCIIOOL County, Fla, to the Dimocratlc

their declining days. Perhaps it is better to have never been ind Mrs. P. W. DuBoae rendered a 19.18 Dated. this the\ 2nd day of April. rou flIPIIlSET.Ti\ HI date I hereby for, announce nO\If"Rn
.lervlce which was both entertain- (OFFICIAL SKAT.) I hereby annoln..e my candidacyr'ir niemhnr of th.joaril of of the farmes and the l It
used to a great amount of money than it is to be accustomedto A. .f. TlfOMAS. election as It.to Representativefrom Puhl..Instruction for District, No. mate .
.. ,
:ng and inspirational and consist Bradford to County Florida euhjet.t -
the luxuries it brings and then be forced to do without ed of testimony, song Instrumental Clerk Bradford of Circuit County Court Florid.83t.2 of... the Democratic Primary Rlectlon subject to to the will of the Democraticvoters FIA\/1/ T. ABEll.VATHT
lit
', the
1' held on MAV 3rd If I am electedto primary to be held COlTYOMMI1tlO>KII
them. music. and a Bible message by __ __ this Important oflce I will do all M>iv .1. mi*. FOi.. announce cantlidx,
my
Dr. DuBose. NOT''A OF"' \1.": OF TSX 1 In my power to represent. fairly all If elected I promise a fair and Im for County Commissioner. fmrn Dntrlct .
f' C KiiriFH1 vrniN'OTICR of our people at all t linen. I am fairs partial a"mlnl..traton. of the af Four, subject. to the \iitfrn In

TIME: IS VALUELESS UNLESS WELL SPENT Among the group taking part in IS HKRKBV. (1IVKV: that for. adequate pensions for the office p..rt..lnln". .. Important the primary election May 3. I l>rom.
.. ; of .
lered future
the blind for. free las .
'.he service were Miss Dorothy Mc- T. J. Alderman. hat. filed with me ; range; rltlxenx' are to 011' to give a faithful ui.il bu-' "*
written for better schools.; for the comple'ion a great measure In like administration ..TIKI, "
"
in this
refluent that the
tax
Writers warn us that we may expect these startling new Jrory, daughter of the chain store tnitether. with all stihHeqtient certificates of Road 13 which Is long over of the the hands of this Important branch lour support appreciatedR.

inventions in a short time: An awning that is automaticallyraised owner, who Is a teacher in the 'iv the omitted State. I be or advertised levied taxes and' held Hold. l' ttie; to for protect passing. our adequate people legislation from- Thanking County's you government for your vote and S. WASIHN

lowered of school, a labor of love and con lie- to the highest bidder for cash fraudulent. Insurance agents.; for an.p..oprilltc' support, T am.
or by means a photo electric cell sensitiveto atprovided to furnish' free. Insect Voum very respectfully, FOR COUN'TY ('OMMI"lIO\hH
:nulon; Mr. Bert Maguey of East by Chapter 1823A of the I A. B. 1 heicby annuuuce. myself ., < rain and sun. Bicycles with shock-absorbing handle bars.A Afiica whose parents are missionaries the' 117 following Act. of the described Legislature rent upon InlMn"ither* legislation 011'' farmers that .will; and be for favor-any -SVRREXCY.FOII dldate for county O"r I, '".

new device which returns the golf ball to the player afterit to Africa and Mr. Dave Sho- In the Countv of Bradford, state estate of '">\.1.tilde to of Florida.Bradford. County and the ,', hereby announce"<'nooi.myself no.inn a candi' will from of District the .J'iv. the subject. In-t' I""ail. .

enters the cup. A new waterproof and selflubricatingbullet .iln. of Granada, Spain. Florida R:.4 of h7/7 to-wlt.4 :of :NH': :., In Sec 28, I I ..h.v'that In Bradford I can Countv accomplish, and date F..rll. for of rp-.I..lon Instruction.as. member, for of 'nerved Primary six, May y..al'. I In have this.prevnuul oulo.iiitland ::,

that won't jam in the hunter's gun. And many others. There was a good attendanceand ;....t. containing' 'Houth. Acres Range. more 23 '.methlng for our people In the next R..fn.d. Democratic, County, "ubJPC to action to know f..1 the that needs lain of w..1 people,"ti'

several nearby towns were or less.The .. IftR-lsluture. I stand on my past. rec- II Primary .. .
All these things make life pleasant and ord In public service In this. Counv. May 3. 1138. !I my district and of the entl' un
.
more give more rel! represented in the taxes to be Old are evidenced elected ty. I will tIlt
I sincerely
congrega appreclmvote
I I hv certificates. NOB. RiB and liSt of I have 'the training and ability t I promise to give to '

A time for leisure. But until the average person learns to tion.A. ">30 and 193.1 respectively. .and represent '0 do thin JJob for you. Let me do It. other) district term and of honest Bradford, County an-.. I and-active support H. P. OAINl.TFOH ';

; spend his leisure profitably, there are many who would be short report of the year's 192 the! to unpaid ti'M! : taxed both Inclusive for thevearn T FRANK LANDRUM. a all"lnl..lon. with equal.nn..I-nll.rights to' (fliNTy COVMI
better off busy so that they would not have so much idle time. work of the Mission was made as mounting. !.$ to WS 148.99., of SK', of SWISV Thanking you privileges for your to support none. To the D"n".r.II.. '1'11... of
; td Brooker
H
this was the fifth anniversary of 'inlI In Sep. 30. Foil issrnIetVTSTI'I; vote In the approaching prlmary and New River:
o Township 7 I am a candidate for I am. I hereby announce my candlJ.i: <-1?
? he work. This showed fiftythreeiieetlngs South Range' 22 Htst contain your Representative

SHAW TALKS SENSE ONCE IN WHILE held and the year's av- tog 7 acres, Inure or I...... subject from R.dt..1, (County) Respectfully R. for re-eleutlon and If re-elected.for county I proml1'couenii'sinner t'
[} The. tuxes tn h. soM rfre evidenced. : to the Primary. I J LEWIS,
.
,1I I George Bernard Shaw self-appointed critic of almost .it-age attendance fifty persons, by certificate Nos. 63 6 and 1517 of Slay 3. I, School Roard Member District No. 3. d-beNt.velythlDI In my power rot" *th,
i ""30 and 19.11 I feel that I am, experienced and Inl"r.t for tb. county
auch scripture has been raemorlz- respectively and rep. FOR C'Or>TY the ,oun
Miialifled to hold this Important of. people .av. worked for
the
f I every phase of modern civilization, talks so much that very d.i Bibles mottos and literature years resent I92t to unpiild 14:18: taxes both Inclusive for the flee because I have served as. Head I I .. "fHnu"'O'IJ .ty and P.oph..' Interest" In the v".mrt gillxppreciati. '

few people attention to him It .lUtrlbuted.( There have been.vrlve tiiioiintlng'' to UT.R3. line Cleric of the 19.15 and 137 sessions for hereby announce my candidacy will continue to do 00 1 '
that
pay any more. happens I ALSO: II' of SWl'. of SWVi In of the House of Represent nomination as (' Commis. your snnnort
.
visiting speakers and teach Sec. 33. 'tves and was educated In Brad sioner or Bradford. County from TRUMAN D. OYA_
his bitter Township 7
LR only most and cynical statements get into the news- rs heard. llang 23 Knst. containing South 20 ford County schools. District. On.. subject to the Oemocritlc -

papers, but the fact remains that he is an intelligent man Acres., more' or I...... If elected I will favor: If I Primary. Jlpctlon.
More am
The DuBoae The. ., money for the old-age; .le..l.d the
party leil Wednes- tuxes to bv snld are evidenced. ple of pl.dl' peo

: and occasionally lets fall some words of real wisdom, such as iy morning for points in Geor '1124>v certificates and 19.13 respectively Nos.. 278 and and 1X43 represent of- Free Welfare range of ;the farmer; for us my'to the best" of my ability work, .

the following: 111and South Carolina, where the unpaid taxed for the flood roads; showing Your partiality. to non..
-ears l 11125 ton\! *. both Inclusive. Knvorahle school legislation; vote and support will he appreciated -
.hey are scheduled to render .
"Whatever degrades a neighborhood can degrade a coun ser- mounting to ,:n.26. I feel like I am acquainted with I II
: lces before returning to Orlando.On ALSO: Si:. of SHU' of SW14, In the people of fir art ford County and __P. D. REDDISH.
try. The old notion that people can keep to themselves Friday evening at 8 o'clock .....c. 32. Tvwnshlp. 1 South I heir' probl..m. because I have spent FOIl
k4a Itnnge 23 : ,. I my Ifl with them. I will endeavor rorvrvOMMIS IO\KH
r / t. '
4 and not be touched by what is happening to their neighbors. Neighbor?' Gco. F. Tibbitts and his .. more t.tt lee'containing. 24)ers. :, '0 n.kl the citizenship. a cooperaHve mv I take this method of announcing
The ta".. to he mid honest and fearless represen- candidacy for re-election' to the I IJust
are evMenni1oertiflcnt
or even to the people who live a hundred miles off, is a most o-workera will give an evening >. .. N"... SIS mid 1541 of 'alive because I am a booster and office of County CommIssioner. Jistri't -
I if gospel pictures and music. 1921 and 13:11: respectively. and represent 'eII.-.'. In Ola
( dangerous mistake. They saying that we are members one There pictures are new and the the unpaid taxes for the0t115 "lieople I will I I fully feel solicit that your vote and. ...Ipport.
: l")30 to l'DH. both Inclusive, Olp..lnl. your vote and with mr ,'" .
of another is not a mere pious formula to be repeated in best that can be produced, so another amounting to $71.2"!) cli I'icrt., the office I *m now better qualified. .

church without meaning it is literal truth for ( treat is in store for all who ALSO: NW!., of 8E'', A %Vt. of .arHIR; H. I.VM\M. to I serve you than I have ever been.
; a thoughthe solicit
any ; ':'u. of !SHVi' In 9152.. Township your vote and l ""pplrt.
lend. 7 South' Range 22 Eust. snd can only promise. you this., that
rich end of the town avoid living with the it on.Inlnl& If
can poor ---. ... 00 ai'ces, more or I...... you honor me with' this. office
cannot avoid dying with it when the plague comes." The taxes to" t.. sold are evidenced. Foit nO'\1 Ti t5Vl'Fi: again, I will discharge the duties. of
'IIILDHEN LIKE TO TAKE hy. certificate. No. &07 of IA-,1. and I hereby announce myself as a .Af' office theery best of my around
In other >'p>*.... .n. the umiatd. tuxt'S nndldat for Pond Rh'lly.t
words, it is to our own interest to better conditions TillS TASTY LAXATIVEWhy for the Tp. from Very .
ears 1931 to 1428. hoth Inclusive, District No.5. Bradford r..p..tu Iv.
: health and moral-in the of amounting", to $M 84 Fla. Frnk..r. I .
-- sorespots our civilization. give your children harsh "olnly. I promise' __ the
ALSO: N'',, of N';, of NK', 'n, fnlthfully "perform the duties. I / ; corner-
pre-
If we do not, the plagues that these conditions engender will ,utter laxatives when :you can give V''<, of 43L. Pf NV.':", 'In Sec .1:I t. "riled hv this office which I.. of I herehv 4OfNTlOMVKMOKH. |
hem Roxall the Township 7 South. Hangs 21 vital Interest to every voter of the announce myself a can-
; : not be considerate enough to .stay within the bounds of the Orderlies chocota East': contalhlnif/ nO acre, more d'xtrlct.' : I am a native of Bradford Idldute from for county commissionerI I youmay !7 ee dinsur.ince
phenolphthalein laxative that or less. 'Countv and have been a resident of I I District One (Lawtey) sub- /
unfortunate area' where they originate. They will gradually nates. like candy. Oderllea act The tuxes to he sold. are evidenced the nro/ > ne''lInn for the past I Ject voters to the will of the O'mo..r'"C' I .

r spread until they afflict all-the rich and poor alike. We ntly to relieve constipation. Buy hv I"(JO certlftcntev and ,1933 respectively. 41ft:'t! and. and 1J44 rep.or fort need .'nra my district I f..1 that I k..w your the S. It honored In the primary with I election IOro M this
should '.avail Orderlies at the Re-Kail resent. the unpaid taxes for the ;on the basis, nf.7,1 II at',I' office I promise to serve peo .
work for the betterment of others if for none ether ->ars 192' to 1414.! both Inclusive, heart !, welfare and betterment of pIe nf n,! district and th. j
than selfish 'drug store Carpenter's D.'u&'J, amounting to 1129.74! 'ir 'lIon. county. to the h*. of my .nllr.o Johns & Wainwright,
purely reasons. toie In Starke. .' f.! "('b: 1'I".f' NWH, In S..". Your truly. with; fairness and l Impartiality tn

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