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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 22, 1938
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I )F ROAD 13 SUNDAY AFTERNOON m/f. IN AUTO \WRECK AT B H S. SENIORS ;j : "

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Memorial Day will be observe tl' 1"1:

SSURED here Sunday afternoon, April 24th SUNDAY BIG RALLY GRADUATE for: ;; t! : I
at four o'clock, at Crosby Ceme 1'. 5 ,
tery, and the memorial addresi 1 : : : ,
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,7' \\irst I L'nit' Placed Or First Lieutenant Company E, 155tr i Gainesville Youths Returning Hampton "Speaking" At Commencement Held On 1:1'1 I'I"

" Budget For This Forces.Infantry, American Expeditionary e f) A'f From DanceIn tracts LargestCrowd Tuesday Night For ., -: I ""

Year Each year the W T Week) Starke Yet Junior High ) '', i I
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of the
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Confederacy, sponsor the exercises Two University t Florida students 4. The graduating exercises for the : L,
,tyII Positive fromwTallahasse and decoration of soldiers' !! killed lu auto-truch "Standing room only" greeted fifty-two members of the senior e '', ''l '
, ere this week grave were an late comers at the fourth coun 1 i I II, "" 'I'
p !Smith, candidate for rep at Crosby Cemetery Graves of collision near the BradfordAlachua political meeting held In the, a class of Bradford High School I ,
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u tentative to the state legislature Confederates, Federals, Spfinlsh- County line on state highway; Hampton school house last Friday; !' were held last night (Thursday) } I '
Bradford that work on the American and World War soldier number thirteen early Sunday; It was the largest crowd 1Bq! 'In the school auditorium beginning I J
rom night. .
completed stretch of road thlren will be decorated with flowers and morning, while two other young yet to greet candidates who are yt at 8 o'clock i'. J

.y, / between Baldwin and Calla the flag under which the soldlei men were Injured. The party ol making the rounds of our eight Opening the exercises' was the ';,. r I ,,

" ,_, would< begin this year. fought, Mrs. E. K. Ferryman, I four was returning from a dance precincts under the sponsorship ol processional, "The Father of Vic "I, I-; I
towards this end for president of the local U. D. C' r kt here In Starke. the County Democratic Executive tory" (Ganne) played by the band 1< ,, : 1 i : '
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I than a year Mr- Smith redved Chapter, will preside over the exercises f 4 r The dead were Albert A Wig-' Committee.A 1 j 1T; of the under the direction of Prof Carl > I I
JOB Justice! Roy Chapman, ; ,
and Mrs. Ethel M. Bigg! t Roberts, during which the seniors, I
his reward In the form of Iefcgram ADAMS, New York.Margaret gin, 21, of Coconut Grove, a Junior "passel of goats" belonging to Florida Supreme Court, and can- l
" will direct the music.A In their and gowns, marched ';'1 : I I i
and caps
from J. II. Dowling, and Margery Wallace, left to rightor In the College of Engineering, George H. Inman, one of the three didate for election to the office to I Il', 'II f
In Tal Invitation is extendec Leo Flanlgan" 21, of slowly down the aisle and! took ; \ : '
Highway Engineer special Identical twin : Franklin for Representative in
tate vice versa, nurses candidates! which he was appointed In 1937 i:
which reads as follows: I to the members of the Jones 'Gainesville, and a senior In the bid fair to their seats upon the stage. The r
ihassee, ut the Good Samaritan Hospital, the State Legislature, (by Governor Fred Cone upon the ;I''1
. included in 1938 regular fed White-Langford Post, America at Watertown, New York, holding I College of Business Administration become one of the most disputed untimely death of Justice Fred H. Invocation by Rev L A. Shepherd :, \

)- ral aid budget, four and one-hall Legion, and to the Boy Scouts another pair of twins The twins' Issues of the campaign. George ,Davis, was a visitor to Starke and followed. 1 j I ;,

ilea road 1 thirteen for paving be Everyone attending Is urged to I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Taylor : The other two occupants of the says! he inherited them In a land Bradford County, the home of his Principal Leon A Gray, master 1 i7 '; "
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1r[ :men Callahan and Crawford, bring flowers tied In smal of this village, are considering I Ford V-8 who were Injured, neither deal made by his father, befoie boyhood, Saturday. Mr. Chapman of ceremonies, then Introduced '
, Propose to replace In 1939 budgeten bunches, to be used In decorating naming the new arrivals after the seriously, were William Tor- his death, and that for this reason Is opposed! by John M. Honrn. Pro(<'IIHor J Harry Benson and he n i1' : I ,
. miles additional."" the veterans' last resting place two main Islands of the Thousand I land, Jr.. of Jacksonville and a he Is more Interested In the open Mr Chapman spent' the greater In turn. Introduced the guest I' i"it'. I

, jlr Smith has received assur'nee I +--- -- Island groups which Is now being : University student, and NormAn I a'nnthan/ his opponents because part of the day meeting hisfriends speaker of the evening, Dr. H 0, ." I, I' f

oI from high sources that when' spanned by the nearly completed Throckmorton, 21-year-old resident I goals are the hardest things imaginable and making the acquaintance F.nwall, professor of Philosophy t'I. I

I. '!h If work begins about October I PAY YOUR Thousand Islands! International) of Gainesville and owner of to keep penned up j of many others lie was very for the University Dr Rnwall of Florida Interest:1)\ 1 t : t ";

that six miles of road will be laid Lit idge. I the car The former received I Ills opponents, however, charge optimistic as to the outlook for Following well I, 'I ",
I .t i first instead of four and one I'I'.t slight head Injuries/ and the latter that no one In Starke ever actually the cIi clIon and believed! he would Ing address, which was very '
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_lit. and that when the ten miles 1937TAXESJOW body injuries! saw George's "passel of goats, have no trouble In carrying Brad- a' .:
I are begun early next year, four : the Alachua Cnimty, Hospital. and they darkly hint that they for I I Wilson) by the bandunder i x
iwn miles will be laid Instead REGISTRATIONFOR Witnesses told the coroner's JuryIn might! be a figment of his Imagination Mr Chapman's family came to I the baton by of PI' f. Roberts \": '!Gy I',\ 'J I

completing the "missing link" be \ Alachua County Sunday that brought up to play on the Florida from Georgia and settled The crowded auditorium nextheard II 1' I I'i i '
and Callahan be I automobile In which the four of other live stock
" oven Baldwin the I sympathy In the part of Bradford, County unusual of :" "
an Interpretation ,
r I (tIlt the end of 1939 and thui PRIMARY I youths were riding crashed into a owners I'that Is now Union County and he Shubt>rt'! "Ave Ma Ha" under the I i, I

Dining State road thirteen with Rooks Will Close May 1 I produce truck headed north immediately I On the serious side new Issues! attended school at Lake Butler direction of Mrs Mabol A. Wnll. 1 '

US, Highway number one. This BREAKS RECORDSo south of the Santa Fe seem to be scarce. W P. Smith And he was, subsequently, a graduate Th" song' was rendered by the Y :,

nil eliminate the necessity! ol Says Collector River bridge separating Bradfordand is stating that he believes he can from Stetson University, aft- Girls' Glee Club, with a vocal solo 'I( { 1:, : l

trucks and cars! going to south C. A. KnightTax Alachua Counties. Charles succeed In getting twice as much er attending! the F.ast Florida Seminary by Mrs J, H Benson and a violin : t tl; ,, J"
uij west Florida from having turn < Moore, driver of the truck, and H old age assistance for the needyIf at Gainesville and also the obligate by Mrs. Alice Baker. i '

r aside and travel over a viral Far 3,116 Bradford 1 E. Estep, his companion, both of he U sent to the legislature.He University of Florida Chapman, Prof Gray, master of ceremon"j" j'

1 detour of nearly one hundred I Collector C A. Knight made Bristol, Tenn., said the car approached says that he has "just found the young lawyer, begun practice lee, chose the opportunity follow- I I \ 1 I': \' I j
1, arks; through Jacksonville, losing ;, his last plea to taxpayers who have< : Citizens EligibleTo "with the lights Jumpingup out how it can be done." of liw !r Lake City and soon after ing the song, for a short speech of ;"j I !. '" \1': t'I

nearly half a day's time In the I not yet settled their 1937 tax bill: Vote and down." Moore testified he I T. Frank Landrum, third candidate formed a pn.-tn. "r hlp with Fred admonition and advice to the de- .) .

,I strangle with city traffic and the I to do so yesterday. "I have tc had almost brought the truck to a promises to work for assistance P, Cone, now governor of Florida, parting seniors, and then introduced I .. I r

1 mra and unnecessary miles. close the books May 1," Mr. Knight halt when the crash occurred. I, of at least $1 a day If he which has lasted until thu 'present Supt A J. Grlffls and Prof.liunacn I' ;' lli ,I

I, ------ said, "and begin milking the de l ,.All previous registration records Neither of the truckmen were In Is elected. He says that the old more than 25 years.Mr. i: : the two latter gentleman 1\\ :il'I i I:; ;: '

linquent tax list, which must be for Bradford County have be..nI juretl. ,I people need not be worried over Chapman Is well! known, lik presenting ih..,.diplomas to the h ,'l' i f"j :. I
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I STRAWBERRIESALMOST published In June" broken. Up until Tuesday 3,416 "The best I knew," Moore said, the talk about the assistance they ed and respected throughout the graduates, ", r i. r

II I OVERPRICES Under the law, tax collector I Bradford County citizens had qualified "in! that the car fender hit my fender are receiving being a lien on their state. Closing the ceremonies wee the ; i ''f I ; '

may close the tax books April 1, to vote in the May 3 primaries and then jammed into the property when they die This lien ------- benediction by the Rev Mr. Shep- ,t1 I, ; I ,
it was learned from the office truck." After that, the car went in the Welfare Act is virtually '
DROP AS LOW after which date taxes are delinquent clause teed The !seniors receiving diplomas {
AS $1.23 PER CRATE and subject to be advertised of N Wainwright, Sr., supervisor into the ditch, then hurtled buck ineffective because of the as it reward for their yearn j 1 :

and sold, but Mr. Knight has, for I of registration! In Bradford onto the road and turned over, a Homestead Exemption Act and be- CLAUDE <>( faithful study, were the follow- "
, Strawberry volume continued Iti!! the convenience of Bradford taxpayers County. And still voters have oath total wreck The Jury's verdictwas CHUHG of the fact that It is waived I PEPPERj ing nineteen boys and thirty-thren : I t ,: ,3

downward course this week, and left his books open until Apt II 30 to register and become "an unavoidable accident" If there remAins a widow or minor TALKS girls: )

Tuesday and Wednesday prices, i ItIOfms May 1, which will double his work :' qualified to vote if they will but Flanigan one of the two killed, children likely to become "public I Fovs- -Ei,'nest .'. Boyd, Reese C. j '

lathed the drop, some berries in preparing the tax list by May; visit the office of the supervisorIn was! driving It Is said charges. Hradley, Forest James Crosby, An- \,,, I 11.1/ ,

bringing only $1.25 per pint 27, the date it must be in the, I the county court-house, second Final services for Franklin FInn- As at the Theressa meeting, ull IN STARKE I' ''\II Zenls Futch, L. O Jones Joseph I .
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crate, while the average price re hands of the publishers. floor I Igan have not been made but burial three candidates for State's Attorney Wesley Kelley, N, T Hitch I : '

oalnod fairly steady for the week Everyone who has! not yet settled I n the 1938 primary there were will be In Schenectady N Y., the J. C Adkins, Incumbent, I: William N LanK John Sidney ,t 1

at J225 Highest prices were re his tax bill should take advantage '. 2,449 registered voters, of whom ; place of his birth He Is survived Zuch. Douglas and T. E. Duncan, ; Shuford, Frank Brown Wain'j '
ported to be $2,40, and this! alLiRtey of Mr. Knight's consideration only 216 did not vote. In this, an by his mother, one brother, and were present. Candidates! for the Large C r o w d Greets : wright, Paul Henry Faulkner, Etl- I

Berries were bringing aiveruge and do so before May 1, and avoid of year election, the 1936 general one sister, all of Gainesville School Board and the Board of Senator's Campaign mond Leslie Galloway, Julian Grlffls I

of $300 last week. Volume the embarrassment and extra ex I election year registration figures I Funeral services! for Albert Wig- County Commissioners also spoke W, Dan Hazen, James William '
sank from nearly 9,000, crate;:! have: been exceeded by 967 with at Crane The fifth meeting In the series! SpeechClaude Norman, William Edward Plum- I,
", of having his! land advertised gin were held Tuesday '
!from Stnrke and Lawtey last week pense for taxes j more than a week left in which to Hall and burial was In Miami, was held at Hellbronn Tuesday mer, Bernard Bordlne Rosier, Nl- f

to only 6,655 crates from the two ---- .--- register. Wednesday The deceased Is survived night with a large attendance.The Pepper 37-year-old U. ram Wynn, and Philip Joffre Ma- "r I I i

Dipping! centers in the past sever Republicans have a primary tills by his father and stepmother meeting tonight (Friday) S Senator from Florida and candidate i nassa. "

lays Starke had 3,100 crates out GREEN SEEKS year also, and, so far, 74 Bradford both of Coconut Grove Fla. will be held at the Brooker school ( for reelection, spoke to one GirlsAnnie Pauline Anders ( ,,I
hue Lawtey reported 3.553, withIn County Republicans have registered Funeral! arrangements for both house at 7:30 o'clock. of the largest crowds Starke has Evelyn r T. Crosby! Margaret Davidson ,

estimated total return to growers RADIO STATION I while the figure for DemocratsIs : bodies were in charge of the De- .-_ -- turned out to a campaign speech Alice Edwards Clarice Van I' "
e of 14974. 3,342, giving Democrats 97.8 Witt C Jones Company. this year Wednesday afternoon at Ella Mae Manning, Lillian RMoseley I

Only 910 crates were shipped last' INTRODUCES BILL FOR percent of the total. +----- THREE BALLOTSIN 3 o'clock, He held his listeners. in Vesta Katherine McRae.Fiances tl011I tl\"' -
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reek from Plant City and these UNIT IN JACKSON- The action of the legislature In silence, aa! he earnestly made his Lee Peek, Edna Luclle f i, "' i
brought an average price of $1,80. VILLE 1937 changing the primary dates ABSENTEEBALLOTS PRIMARY plea for reelection to the post he Pearce, Vornlce Phillips, Irene Van y;ti' :I
Dry weather Is the deadline, has served so well for the past Prcscott. Janie May Quarles, Mary t ,I
rapidly cutting und not the registration .
Representative R. A (Lex) I BEGIN DEMOCRATS, REPUBLICANSAND Roller, Mildred Evalee I I .lI
Louise
production at this point and can and the repeal of the poll tax Is fifteen months
Green Tuesday! through H. R. Bill FREEHOLDERSTO I I J j
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!Snpp, Iris Belle Sapp, Mary g
Ding rec-i
plants are using most! of the of the heavy registration I t'
tc the chief factor I VOTE Senator Pepper reviewed hH" 't '
introduced a proposal FROM
fruit' 10,295( ,, MAY BE HAD 'let Bishop, Callte Strickland, Be- I ,
A total of 17,157.249 pint) the exact It is> believed Before ,ord and.. nntiwered the various criticisms (
Jacksonville -- --
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secure COUNTY price Louise Casieln! Jewell GisRett -
eve been shipped from Plant close April 30,, at the polls May 3 will 1"
City
location to be decided by the Secretary the books! finally Voters that have barn placed 1 '
"Hi an estimated to will have registered,,' ballots before them, the Miriam Denny Guy, Edith : t
return growers of the Navy, establishment 3,600 persons! I I .Ind three against him at different times by 'I Geraldine
of $1.588,130, BO far this year. of the Pan American Radio Station It Is estimated. The approximate, Absentee balloting began Monday Democratic primary ballot, the his opponents, at the same timekeeping Louise Holllngsworth.Lena Edna I II '
This! week s shipping; In Bradford authorizing to be appropriated population of Bradford County la 1 In the office of County Judge 'Republican primary ballot, and his audience amused by I Johnson Morgan, Moore Elva La.'j I'I ';
ender, Hazel Frances t
brings our year's total number ol: $700,000 for its! construction,, only 8,000 and It may be safely) i I E. K. Perryman. All persons who Cotton Production Control District subtle bsrbs of humor. The speaker I Lee Reddish, Bertlce Pauline Rosier t

Pints'> produced to 3,740.788 with I which would Include buildings,, 8ulJ that over one-third of the to are qualified voters of Bradford : ballot. Most of us will, how recalled to the people that, Dorothy Louisa! !'!aJlp, Melll f ,: j jSilcox

'a$3GO' estimated return to grower ol "'land, studio equipment and all apparatus tul population will vote In the County and will be absent May 3, ever, vote only on the Democratic Florida would lose the seniority: Lillian Stump, Carol Sophie 'b. I
I 42.00, or about ten and one incident to Its effective ( coming elections. should enter or write for absentee primary ballot, aa only about sev- It had gained through his fifteen '
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i I White, Jamie Janet Sapp, ,
thl w cents! average) per pint for operation With this would go -- A. .._ ballots as soon as possible. Persons enty-four Republicans have registered '' months of service and lose Its Influence -II "Harriet Benson I ':'

> !s-aaon. I also annual operation and maintenance In the county who will be absent so far, and only free-holdp.re' on tile five Senate Committees Benson. ::4 !,

Shippers are of the opinion that appropriation of $100,000. ROTARY ELECTS May 3 only need, to go before the may vote on the Cotton Production of which he l Is a member,: As Is the custom, the Junior .y H f''
the Bradford I that b. ol' she will Control District proposition. to-wit Commerce, Education and
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County strawberry While the Secretary of the Navy OFFICERSC. Judge, swear clam had charge of the auditorium 'I 1tI II'
*aam( Is I and that they are qualified will have the Labor, Foreign Relations Inter-
Just about -done for ,would select location and look after be absent Republicans op- ducoratlon for the occasion. Over
"rd> prices are expected to range maintenance, the United States HOWELL NASWORTHY voters and vote on a ballot portunity to mark one "X" on uceanlc Canals, and Printing< the left side of the stage was hung 1"1"t s t I I

round the dollar mark from nowBerries Commissioner of Education would NAMED. PRESIDENT which will be placed in a sealed their primary ballot, and that before should It decide not to return him the flag of our nation while over- I'

on, I be In charge of providing programs I envelope and given to the election either the name of Thomas! E. to Washington. Most Important Is the right was the flag of the State I I

have brought; so good sPrice of national and international Officers and directors for the managers of his or her precinct on Swanson or Allen E. Walker, both the Commerce Committee, whichpasses of, Florida. The stage was respen- I'i" i i1
this with the objective of were elected Wednesday > election day After checking the being Republican candidates for on all Rivers and Harbors 'I'
year that so far local Interest ; coming year lent with many baskets of varicolored -
In their the vote will be entered U S. Senator."Only legislation, and this Is Importantto w,>.
louwwlves have had to pay almost transmitting: programs to all parts by the Rotarians qualification spring flowers when filled ,' ,
IS I much for their berries as the ''of the United States and to other weekly meeting in the Woman's with the others. Ballots qualified freeholder elec- < Florida with her 4,000 odd the auditorium with their fra '

''orthprn buyers, but now Is the 'countries; of the Western Hemisphere I Club Building C. H Nasworthy, must be In by April 30. tors shall be permitted to vote In miles of coastline and inland wa- trance and fern was used to !' dvnntige '.. i

mo for buying berries very upon high frequencies! assigned popular business man and proprietor Persona out of the: county and the special election," according to terways. The top of the piano "'

"Ply and laying (in a stock of by the President and allocated of the Tip Top Grocery store who will continue this status over : the Commissioners notice The The recent poll made by the, was enhanced by a large bowl of \I' (, !
reserves and( Jelly. Elsewhere Ins I to broadcasting, with sufficient was elected president by the organtzation. the election, need only write the territory proposed to be IncludedIn 'Telegraph showed an overwhelming beautiful, flowers There were only t tortyseven

i Isfcps are Bome very good signal strength to permit |!I Judge for an absentee ballot, but the Cotton Production Control majority In favor of Pepper, members in the graduation r I ; I

POthers will be found In rfebroudcastlng in other countries | Rev Leslie Shepherd was! nam'el the written request must accord- District Is all of that territory Included : - + clans last year. : 1

'e cook-book printed last MarchhY --,-..- --- vlce-preildent, Joe E. Wilson, Ing to law, be made not sooner within the boundaries of [ Mathematical Course Junior lirnduntlon, ; 1"t. \
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the Telegraph. If you do not i iI I secretary! Powell Carpenter, treasurer than IS: days nor later than six I! Bradford County If freeholders teAchIng Tuesday! / night graduation exercises ,''p;, !
]? a "opy of this 40 recipeWK I Green Home The tour additional directors Juys before the election. Absentee approve making Bradford Into a : A mathematical course : were held for the members '11 j ,
page
L. ballots received up election day I II I Control district, the planting of all the new methods and shortcuts school t. ,
they may be hsd free at the ILexi) chosen were J B Carlisle, of the ninth grade In the i ft.
11 T 'irrarh'8;: office or at the Pub- Bradford County's home R.from A Washington ( D. Vining, T Frank Landrum Elmo I will be entered, providing they 1 I any ne .'c Library 'Green returned Struth and the seventh direc- were obtained in the proper man- kind, type, or species or cotton will begin Monday; over-flowing, with fathers, moth-
this week to conduct his I.i of the 20:! o clock In the High School '
I than seeds or plants
+ the ner. other err sisters, brothers, friends, relatives (
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campaign for reelection dent. -- .---- tl'J>e known as Sea Island Cotton : building The course will beIt" and spectators, all alike 1 1 t
Still Representatives.! Since J, L Ijivendar, and I
Running only
House of be ught by !lrO
hla term as president. will prohibited. watching the thrl11lngdl'ma ant ,
'v S Mr.\ Green has been actively -, oucceedtng Toicntxnd Nntlcc hose who bare seen him figuring
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Sibley, candidate for his return A
There was .speaker at the -- -- ----- -- -- j the excited faces of those receiving ? ,
nool board from 2, engaged In meeting the people -I i hour of eitfi-tan-: ; I' with ease the usually hard problems t
District
I the entire time being devoted An enjoyable diplomas which mark the terminus -
"I' net his his district, and has made ocetin: Slwltz On Raido : can appreciate the real value
friends: and supported of I the election ment and discussion Is prond of another stop In life for II
In to Know that the Sibley withdraw- I speaking tours in Baldwin, Olus- ,I _to_ __ .. .. all who titteod tae Toms; .id Club .candidate for U S. Senatornv of the method he will teach. Ev- I tlicso young people t d,i";
81 I from the campaign was Elbert I tee, Sanderson, and Macclenny. Peanuts contain tissue vitamin meeting in the tilth .c:iool au.. Sholtx will speak over radio aryor.e la Invited rind urged to attend I The processional was played by

Co"lev 1 Of Hampton, candidate for This i Congressman Green's fourteenth food vltaman C equal I totium nest 'Ihur..Ja>; night al b unto Commissioner; There has year of service In the house A nerve ru'sUia: in Iron content, are i 9 cock. AOmUnton: .3 uliouul! > ion 8 until 820: o'clock tonight a-d arrange for a schedule of I (

th.*n quite some confusion between I of representatives of tp Florida the people rich with in& oil and easily digestible. true ana $1 will to rhea away Ki Kay: t I[ ntn! )HI Oa Pt'ze Eight) ,

two irr: Sibley stated: lof this district r'di

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LIST L Crews Clerk, M I- Johns C E O.I.lr. deemed according to law. the propiity ."'|11"11', in,. luvled luxe" ,iiiddc.i. jit the Cottrthouae door In h.11 I,)' Ih.11' I". ,
PAGE S) WARRANT To Bold advertlHed and Stai "Inon the 2Mh! daof April, I I" ." ,
I \OTIl I- IS (JIVI1N dnNcrlhed therein will ba l.J I laii- I" Ih. "I
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Andrews and Wiggins, IFHY 10Toimic I'l I is. at II 00 o'clo k A. M. hllhlb' ,,1'' .l
all II.-I.I..IM nf the ot W in tin hlghoHt blddi' 'i in tin iiiiirld i ild to the hlglu-Ht blddet' for iaHhan < "H I".l''d' ,
Bradford County (I"'a"d.( tu |ltl\ Hi) flt'- oiMe dimi,' on the rh'nt Mondav In pinvldud bv Clmpter 18298 of the Mated thin the lith il.iy of AI"'i. '31 1..t" of Ih.(hIPh'" I' 'I, 'I"

t'ountH dii. nnd owing cialct .HtHle 'he month of May 138. Which 1.the I I'i37 act. of the "118Ial.I', upon in* ''h. tulowlnl """""IIIII'"r"
[ Precinct No. Brooker: J. V. to th* I'nde''rned ArlmlnHtrnlHx ,- 2nd. day of May 108. I the following .1..1.1'.1 1.,1 entateIn (OFFICIAL SRAL) In COln' ot Bradt""I' fO'

The Board of County Commission Edwards, Sr.. Clerk; W. H. Harrell In ,, cr. and I.ll.. ihlH 31st.. day Mann AD the (*oiintv' Bldtord. of A. J. 'fIOIAR. 1"I"rld". to-wit: Hlo,:,
.iHlmttiiiH tn file your claim or ac- "Florida to-wlt: Clerk Court of I.", I. 2. 3 of
!TH "f Bradford County, Florld R. E Hazen and R. B. Thom- "Ult. duly HWorn, to. with tilt' C'nitnty ((WJ'ICIL SRAI.) W
... met In regular BCHHlon at 10:00: ,'tn, Inspectors :** of l.ndto.1 COllty. within J. THOMAS. 20 Tp. B S. It. 22 R.. containing I 4-1-3t--29. & )'nl't "t W'II' ; ,
flKlit "" pubIlintlon Clerk of circuit Court of ft leHff.Tho W'of hf ;
rut AcreH moro or N' "
o'rliirk: A M., with the following The Bonrd adjourned to meet of thin notice or the Bradford County, Florida (IIYCH to lie Holil aie, evidencedhv N'V% I I. &. .( ,1 nr 11,', .I

memberH present : L,. L.. Conner 7th 1038 'iilil' cliilni, HRiilnHt the cntnte will II514211.. ceitiricatu NOH. All and 081 of i NO'rF : i The laxeR to 1' H. i'J

Chairman, J. M Rosier, Mallory Wednesday April .". liHMil, nlut nnenlleatablePAULINE I 11'2:1{' : and 11:11: rcHtictlvey, t ) and reprenent NOTICK IS IIWJi3WiJ: : to ''by "ol'ltlcato 1.".01"r. ''Id. ,;,

TOnOIE.AdmlnIHI.urlx., OF T\\ '> tnxeH for the yearo whom, It innv conc-ern that I I. the unluiulgned. und 12111 "r I"J ,
Thomas.'! H V Saxon, and T. D. General :0'1'1'/1 OF.1'1 1922 to IDI8: both h.d"HlvI.. amounting ( will not lenpounlble'or IIX"M"Ilectvely. Ippr"H"1 ""pa
: t"
thC !
-41 l429orin. u..u..rF"XOTII IVI5.V that to 144.64.AI.KO HIIV madn bv my wife, Inl'hlve. y"lrH I'a In 10'
Dyal M d.h. "
COlVf Pauper Ai,.thill' Ijvti IH.ttIUY filed with : !I'o( of Lot 67n/ Wood- Clara Ahl.rman. or Mra. T. J. Alderman HIld '. 1".unlll I" I'ii
In the of Vernon Cooper Hti.K or hl. lawn 20 Tl. S 8. H. 23 Hhe haling bed and I.x ,
case Alex Cross $2.00, J. F. Dul'Iance -. \ TAUt nut written leritidHt that the tax ten my ll Mub"'lu.nt 'H''lh.1
y which wns referred to the Sheriff <' :n'I'I"'ATE' n,'tlfli ali-D with Hub- K.. containing I A"re., more or board. 1".1 wi he omlt"d 1 ,
$200 Hughes $1' ni
that t"I"I"I' leHff. I.
By ti Wi 0'1 SOTH' la | taxed T. J. ALDRRMAN ,ldd"I' IhA hlkh.
for Investigation and report the Aaivin. ". _Wm_.. .f. _. ,v. jr. nurber hm filed with tnivilltt'n -1'1, .olll"d ... D"Ua .. Mn.1 The taxen be mild are evidenced i-M.4t.ri-a ", .n Courlhnll.o_Q'UL ,I,."
- -. ( .30 On' 0. "nr' .
Sheriff reported that he was In ;,: ; rvquent that tha tax rertlfleatfH -,>ld to the lilghrNt bidder for caxhIM by Certificate NOH 208 and 658 of 1918. at 11:00: "n f"\ ,' '\11
Box $3.00 Mrs. C. Thomas I
HOME f 1ll'Y together with al aubsequ.ntomll. ,', by Chapter 18236 of the l 19 12 and ID:I.I 1'.HI."lh..ly. und repreHent 1O'r''OF lll .. T\V ted thiN the HlA t.
NEED Aroni custody awaiting authority of the $200 A. F Grlffls $350 Mrs. ." or levied "".., held by the I'M? 'o"ldt' the l.eglHlatuie, upon unpaid. taxeH for the )'.url C'FI'rIFICA'I'.JI I' ""r Ai

State Hospital for admission as he Belle Parmenter $3.00 Mrs. Gene tn
'{ lilctclfr for caah aa provided In of Biadford, Slate of 1820. Fronta Clemona haa with A. J.
MA rind been adjudged Insane. va Prlngle $2.5. Mrs. W. M. hlpt., 18296. of the 11)37) actaof J"ol'ldl. to-wlt: Said tax certlflcaten together with me wl'll.1 requent that the tax Clerk THOMAS of Chcuit,

allowed $3.00 I Johns 300. thf ..IIMllt'' upon the fnllow'IIR Town of I K of all HuhneMiient omitted or Levied ,-. together with all aubHequent C'""" hf
Resale Curlton was Hodge $500, Rllcy 1..wl.v. Brldford (
real tate In the InxeH will be Hold to the 'ounly.
greet hlgheHt <
In omitted levied
d"H"rll.,1 ., Sec'a 23, 21, 23. Tp. B or taxeaKOH 1'I >lda.
the honrf for one month only from the pauper Mrs. Loller Todd $2.50. Mrs Daisy County ford, Stale of Florida HI II. 22 10., ---- -- -------------- .

fund; Mrs. Rosle Allen was allowed Raulerson Mary Rowe $2.50, to-wlt: The taxes to he Mold are evidenced
$2.10. 13 Rant
Lot 1 Hlh.Dlv. of Lot hy certlflcattt' NOH. 247 and 732 of
$300 per month; and W. R. Miss Irzona Thomas $2.00, McI.. Ilt repi POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

AlcWnln was allowed $300 per ley Davis $3.00, Mrs. Ethel John 23 K. evidenced "i HI'nt unpaid lax,." for yeiim'Ml '
Thittixt'H, tn l 1. Hulil tire : to ID 18, both ainountIIK -
month. son $5 00, Annie Murray $2.50 CS. 1 by cet tlflcnten N., ROt aril 2I>::1 nfI.IO '. ti 111lu.lve.

fIdered Grlffis $3.00, Georgia Walker : and 1".' f ,,tar too Allowanced for Kate Mitchell .. for the th. Prlma'y 1 1..10\1.
iinnalcl taxon O"UO"IRt' b.hy mynelf a canilldate "
yel"Htr29 ii
\ of Mi' of annln"l' hOI'hy niioiiut'p'
\ of NWi, '
$2.CO, Shep Wlgg $9.00. Mrs. Jola Imlh Inclusive, 11'N Klectlon I hereby fm' member of the School for ni\ < "mluld, '
and A C Fa ley were discontinued to IR.H. "oouot. rt si,{ SRI/I InnOllre County '
.f i ,
f
mv for Stntn .mn.II..I. ,,
J'or1iN f 2'6f candidacy rtoiird, friiin Dlntllct Numbel One ,
to 115.48. Atolney. tilrt Twti "I'
Williams Arthur Newmans$20O. of SW > ( ,
Sec 5S
Tp.
; dt Impor us. the former is receiving; aid $2.10. with RJghth Judicial Circuit, 11/" it*" '
said tax certlfli'iitcH toRi-tlic-r ( Ijnvli'V 'und NVittli Starke) xubjectIn to '10.
It 22 K. 10 Aden, .
1 ty to put for the blind and the latter la receiving ROHOrm Coleman $2. 0. Mis. I ill ""I"'I.nt| tinilttecl or Leviedtaxen niorv or I. "O"t,11111 of Alachiiu.' Hakei, Hiadford' Ullchrlnt I Ihe will of the villein In the Demociatlc to lie.hld I"'I'llh'' "y 1.11'111/1' ..1. tu

.1. B. Manus $5.00, Lilly Jones I \ I nnlil. to the hltfheHtI Tin. Inxen ., be Mold evidenced Luvy and Union ( 'un''M. Mav 1I If oteftptl' iiroinlHi .
ratlong are 1.I".y
:
old assistance Your vote and to -. ,.
age I l.lil.lcr. Hi. CnurthouHa door InStarke beappreciated Hiadford i \
at li .lppO.t \li I wan from people/ of 1h
ofI'MJ .
NOH 27(1( and 801 I
>
Ined Mrs Hester Sapp $5.00, Mrs. 22nd clav of April, .I'lth'll. N..n"1 ",,II"j t
k along P.eqiie'Bt for Advance on Com- $2.5. on the renpectlvely, reprenent High end bnve woiked In A'hool.all Hi'Htlford fount v nt lui' .. '
moni; il'Sion for the County Assessor of Green $2.00, Mrs Ida Chase 1U1H, at 11 :00 o'c-liii-k A. M. unpaid taxeH for th.ant T. K. mv life. I elected I will wrn for bi'Mt of mv HI ii> I
I MI MM"! thin I HIP l\t\\ day' ot Florida. the of the nchooln of Hradfcird I believe "hlly. .
Apl'l. I rill: to 11)18) both IniliiHlve, Gah/'I. ,loni,
vp t
$300 J. H. Manning Will P"OII'H' i* ,
Home rates: of the Board of Admtnlstra- $5.0. I03SOl'KICtAI. "ing to 162.39. "nIY at all tm"M. Your Merman of m [I'
Tyler $3.00. Ossle Prevail $500. ( SKAL) Said ye..M// \'ote and aupport apprecln several SII'ko' fm. Ih. pa.
Florida i' lon in the amount of tax tei t Iflcatew I together wil yenrn '"llr.,1) ,int
A. J. IXIHltllin ''h
everal approved.' $203.09was// Ressle Carlton $3.00, Mrs. Rosle <*lerk THO.MAI.'Ir'ul ('oiirt" ofIIiHdfold ,.1 ceH HllliHenueilt will he "mlh.t or hlgheHt.tdder TO TiE nJ1MOCR.\TI JUDICIAL VOTRRS .d. Oratefullv yonrn, "IPPOI.t .". f .h"l 1"1"111." 'n""

i iof Allen $3.00V.. R. McWnln $3.00. {'olnly. 'lo'I"a. : I.llt "ue I IaHTI M B. (Melvln) "'. M.
methods { A letter was received from N. u . !.;. at the duor Ini. CIRCUIT: I'UTCl. (Mitch ) I T'w
I --- : ."?'l nil th I hereby I n
theestabllHt D Walnwright Agent for the Starke Telephone Co., Telephone < 2'1 : of API II, anlol''e my candidacy -
1018. 11(0: o'clock A. M. for an Attorney to n<'iioot, nntimT KOII "OI''I'V <
Heirs of J. W Alvarez deceased rent $10.70; S. R. Johns & Son !NO'I'I'I .' !tlR. T\X Hated thll tha lith day of Apl'l. succeed mVHelf, and promlne continued wlnh to announce mv candidacy I herebv announot txi'iiMMmn* ni\' i .

In the h A in which he offered to rent the supplies for jail, $3.50; Mrs. VldaV .: llIJItKHY' 'IIVBN that 111*. enriient. energetic and faithful for re-election an a m.nh.1, of the for nomination IIM r'nunu i tiiituin.mmi' ",
. 1 (OFFICIAL RKALA > of tlia dutlea of thla : Hlonfr flradforcl
II No
SOTJ' performance School Hoard fiom OIlrl,1 I. Coiinl\I .
recipes, necnncl story of the building now Morgan 2 boxes clips Ct H, W him filed with meMiiit.n J. THOMAS. office.The. nubjeet to the will of tha votem In .Number, Two North Staik*. 1"1'. t
%2 00 A. J. Thomas rcrnit-Bt that the tax certificates Clerk of Court of continued mipport of the to the Democratic ) 'i
convenlehousewl occupied by the Denmark Furniture ; iiclj. typewilter c'lr'ul the Hcninciatlr Prlnmrv, Mav 3 Pilmaix'. Mm.
together with al HubMnquent.nutted ftrndford Florida. HinncratH of thl Circuit will ba 1914. If ;re-elected to thin office IMlncerelv I If re-elerted I prnnilnv th..
Store for $10.00 per month I Ind, Sal., stamps Conv., le\led '' held by the i-n-it-4-29.: deeply appi eclatedJ promlna to continue' to i honent 1'.lnHtuk'n.nd' -1' ,

' correepcir for the use of the W. P. A. and $14220; L. L Conner sal. County tt'itp be bidder ndvertlMed for rnnh and as Hold to the C. ADKIN1lalneifvllla 01'k for the bent Interest of / the """Vl'l. that I have "'1.1"1" fnrhfi,.i n ,I
provided
r Welfare Board workers for one : Com, $30 00; H V. Saxon, sal hlRhewt iv Cnmiter' IM296 of the 1H37 act* %<>'rut.: Nti.i": OF 'r\\ ( Florida i sohcMklH In Bradford ConntvJ. II. R100RR.FOU vntclH The I, r"npi ac-llve rtrullv"" Holl.ll.it PI" .f ti ,

I County Com, $3000 J. M. Rosier >f the IjofclHlnttirH, upon Iho folli"\v'nir < .n..I. "TKNOTICK '
with the of extend ; L. L. c
privilege <
aition year d.Hi i iltfil rewl ..tat. In the hiI'HI/ ; HY IllVn.V that FOII AT'IOII>CVI i\M 1:1:i;. ,
at the If It County Com. $30.00; Mallory of Tlradford State of Florida. OV A hi. haH filed with !'r."I''J'S MCIIOOI. noni>
ing came same price Ral I County I I I I hereby, "onoln"e rnvnelf OH candidate 1 heieliv announc-e n canlldate ..I rorvrr f
\\ilttnn mynelf .O\"U.
I I Thomas, County Com. $3000 to-wif: mi- reriueHt, Hint the taxcertlfliateH of State'a Attorney I I .IOMH
; ,
Is needed that the for of h.r.hy
Providing member Rtiiinniui'
ag |,J lnt otl". .I.nl an I thnt I
> 7 n together with ||
SKi: of 8\V /, Sec 21 Tp. S all nubN..in.'i'i In the Judicial Circuit a \\1> u
fur (
did Boar! would huve to bear the expense i T D Dyal sal County Com, 21 I!., i I' $80.00 A. O Andren ,. "' Id. 1.\ the SI M'I.- In. HdM-ltlHed, and ""II'I.lnl South Starke. rl/n Thioc. '11,1 I, '.,
III
; one with thf <
of mnklng alterations and day 'H votern In the Democratic Tilmnrv, Cltv. nubject vll| of 'the vntvin In
j I. old >l.l tn the hlffheit hl.l.I.Mfor. canh.H 1,1 11"1'' Th.l.a'j' tho |I".n.
Com'rs, $4.00 Woman's Club At ."'h. IH\I H to are ..II.nc.,1 Ma>' 3 I uiav be ""POHIII. during votei-H, 'Iti I o.lh', rrliuarv, Slav 1. "
; !I" '
at |
cilo will ; repairs' assume the expense l.v iciiiriiate 14118 of 133 re- II11",1 l.y 1'11",1.1| I UIII of the the for to meet ,wil lieen |
, : '' "Ilmpnhr me Mav 1 If hl" tiitri'il' to "inn f .
tha' leimt 'laike, allowance on Library, <[' tlvelv, 'itnd i <>)>reHent >nld Ih. ) .I"latu'' upon but I Primary. l h I '
\ and one year's rent and to returnpomeiBlort .. I 'th l.illoulng. p.onal: e\ety" voter, an- "rtimlpe work for the bent IntertH tll" > nflal mil In II, ,..
tatg morof of the building to him I $1000; N D Walnwright sil. both'" "..Inclusive for tlio, aini.untlnir ycam" 11138' to to f382lsaid I 1D.1S. I. Cuiintv, of,1"'lh.,1 1..1 lnte entate'M of .lr" that 1 will, l'pr..lat. the of nil the nrhoolH In Hrndfordt trli-t.,hi', If I IP thi'lr \\ ,l-.h t" .I. .
'
Ih',1I'.I. : vote and' of c lit ,
I 11I"O..t my olilitr Yotilnte 'and nc-tl\e 8UI'"ur .. l lineand In .
Supervisor with : ,
their when It Is needed without Reglstiatlon $3000; tux "l''llrl."I.H toKcther 1"I..Ila. lo.wl r'ounty Ii the
no longer" J \1' orrirt*. 1 'tuning., ..
\ I I"
I ill! milixeiiiient or 'Leviedtex.'H "I SH'i, R of IlV Sec. "olcl.l.W. p.
resource; removing any permanent Hrnest Flyrd, Ril janitor one be Hold to(the ItlKhiHtltdder :I '. n S. U. 22 I R., ZACH u. norcLAS.KOH S. SIPLHYI tent jrlve cif them tht. lioHt, of 1,\ .''I.t.. .,t

ment anUon ditions. ad.// month. $1000: Harold C Wull, insurance I wil the ('nurt h'H'" door Ins I' I II I At "I'en, more or |I. 'onlalnlll -. a .I'JI anil, h" > H"
,, "' .. inlnlttratlon. .. .
Th, f h 0" no I n 11,1 !.. .. ,
tirke on the 22nd day of April, avert tn Hold aie evldhtcd -
witj The Board accepted the proposition for County Jail, $3000; I 1 :'US.:\ Ht 11 : o'clock A M. l.v leitlflcate' NOH. 3Oil and 8iii! of' I I hc.ii-liv; announi.e mv candidacyfnr : In thda 4n ".'" l"halt. 1"'I'" 1 I' "!
City & Water ( 2 ml of 1U30 nnd 1131 and IIFI>Hi:<4l.TTIVHSubject : u iintnntlon' n, a member |> been deI' with the provision that repiilrs Light Plant lights Hated I III" the diiy ..|iectlvelv, catedFlnrld. .
0 .. "n i"ieHent unpaid 'taxen for the to the ".mor'at. 11mi" l.nl',1 t'n", /IHI..t Two.Biililxi .U1UOI M'I.I i f i ,, ,", ., ,
yearn
I' The hi be limited to minor repairs nd wultr for court house and jail j I'' ( SKAL.) A1I'j I'i2'> to 1'I18.' both IncliiHlve, amountIng v of May 3rd, I h.rohy m""I" ''t I. Ih. will Democintlc ii, Plant Cltv Illirh I ," '".
clal
1 )' to make the building more suit $360; C A Knight. to 1931 O'FIIAL.1 THOMAS.Clerk to 11] 20 .my candidacy for lleprenentatlve Inhe 01.1'1 In the Primary' Klectlon .ciloge. "UI'"o In Tniupii r: i-m., .
: preient State from Iliailfnrd May 3. If elected. I will cllllKrcntlv -
I.eglnluttire -
0
of Circuit ofniadfoid NKt4 of SRI, At Nl' of
| ..womanng able for use An offer of forty taxes on lots 5-7 Blk 19 Town of i, County" ,C"I'I. I .1.: .'"of SI!", of SHI, Sec. 3,Tp. CountvItrlefly wru'k for .Utl. ItradfnrdCounty J. H. (Jack< FI'II": |. tj

}-\ Inter'matlon cent!! flat wns received from Wolk- Starke (L A. Davis) $3953; T | 4-8-31-4-2.!. S M. 23 R. conl.I"lnl DO I am hi favor of and willnrlt nchooln Your tote and HUPpol FOU "
forIncrenMed: 't HPIII'eclated. COI >TV I '
----- more or ,
Ing Rogers & McKeem of Frank Landrum sal. attorney to \'H. I.,. I hereby 'I"'IO\11 .
Orlando .
OF APPLICATIONFOII 'h. II""H tfi be "old are appropriation for Old a nFOII SP.HKR announce .1,1.1.l t.
.I'.n.1 for

which p'' for the $3.00000 worth of City County Commissioners, for onej : T\X I>KKI> l.v certificate Non. 24*. 891." 8'I4of ,\.Itlnr.: aid to the blind and Irlct.county Three ,'o"ml.I""I' f..11" 'fi,.4
f f, fourth Jan j 1 IIIKRBY UIVEJ, That 193 I. 1933 and 1933! Impendent children. si-iiooi. non. ,nuiiject tn tin- 1 11
of year Feb. and Mar :
Wllliston \OTI"f the
Bonds held
being o by the .r. rlwt.,. hnliter, of Tax Certificate. and repreHent the 1'1,1',11. f>rnntlc reduction In and re-dls- I hereby annoiinct* caiulltlute votet-R In the Demni,i (' p"if.
been gl Board the said offer being reject f 7.50; Allen Johns painting and I I"arpenter No 175. I Iwied tha 4th., day the yeai'H 1910 to 19:1:'i, both ti'Ibutlon of taxeH.I for .1..101 to the HrndfordCrmntv mary Your to be held Mav 3. !In'">

ed. work In WPA of July-, I>. ban filed Hamein Mlxe. amounting to $18803. would' under no condition favor Fou'd, Public Inntructlon vote and nuppoit "dl '
Bldg, \3.
j
;- -ttion office application aId tax certlflcatcH from n"mhe. 2. componed of greatly" p"'r."llt.d.,
vote for AVY
in/ together IndU-/ .1 new tax.
Assignment of Race Track mon- $4.20; E. W. Hayes sal one mont I ISI20 for 'n tax deed 'adb"e (mined .ill HuliHeriuent omitted or / Flutter HchoolH, with bent teachernnnd Smith ItRI'ke. Th.r.,," and Sampnonbjeit O. IIOLLJNCJSWcil'1:11: 1

am t'va tn the FloridA Rank At !3tnrU' .. .00; B. Jacobs th.re..lald _c"rtrl'"I. embraceH taicen wIl Hold to the not Ip.lo..t. HP him I eiiulpnent : _! _. will!_!of_.the_ _,.o'I.: I. ... ........ ,_.-... h
j ty In nuidei'' II the Coiirthouna door In obtainable, with a full nine in it.nine rueic iTiniarien i on'ilvHlOM:R t
-becatxetter by the B a ciP.l Instructionwaq ling room $1630; J., v-"Joe. nf Tiiadford, State of !IIk. on the 29th dnv of iionthH term guaranteed each boy 1918.. I h..bnnoun,-" mynflf .i udl, t

a received and ordered filed- j cloth for winB>' I. 'fount' : : 18. at 11-00: o'clock A. At.Diiiid AI'rl. 'mil girl In our County and Stateli'creancd If elected I promlne',. to give an date for re-elertlon to theott,,. ,
'J6.1 ot 34 In Woodlnwn Section 21 thin the 'ith' day of April, competiHatlon for the economical', Impartial, efficient and county eommlHHloner. Dinti r \." |
Limity A letter was received from the Stump cloth,.for Saw Ing j: room, Tnwnchlp K South. Range S3KHHI. I 19:I 18 ".her. teachern' nnd adeniBte biiHlneHH-lllce admlnlntratlon with South Starke). I wax II..M, .ijj

\\ makf State Tuberculosis Sanitarium -ofOrlnndo $20.65; flouforcJrtiUljgfOriipany.nippllM eonlalnlnnr ll> A"r.e. inoi'* (OFFICIAL SHAD ., teacherH* retirement.nur. compen- 'he mind neeclH of the ",'hool. uppermoatin a"reared In Hradford Counts', >'I' ., \<

nr lenH. A J. THOMAS. <,*t Ion t"xply.r.
bera oft to the effect that I tha for CourfTfouse, $1.13, I The aHMeHHtnent of tha Kald propirtv clerk of Cliciilt Court of I am wholeheartedly In favor ofhe Thanking you for vour nupportind I f..1 that with mv MXPI-M. "i, > }

fully th| Hoard did not car.' OrW, B'' Turks autopsy Ben tinder th. nald r.rttlcltl IHHIIIM Ttradfoid, County. 1'lorhl. open range' and agalnnt any "No vote in the coming election, I am than now I have better fitted tu HIM, v. \
t avlJt i--. am' ever .
] HUH In the 1 Fence Law"Tjower h..n. in'l < '
1 me; of thd' bed anotliM. \bl. Hocking $10.00; Green'a Store I HnmbvI'nleHH fame [ automobile tagn.Completion Yournerv trulv, prom I,. you that If I am i 1',._. I. .,

;, ty tat earn* would be to Tt-ocery order for pauper (R E. Bald certlfli'ate "hal boredeemed ,, >OI'l4i OF I.H OF '1't'a'IFt. \ X of Ronri 13. t have.nltlve Dn W. E !IOOI.ITOS. to, ,"IAni for the dlHtrlct rlithtiii "t'i.', .. ,,
'\ loncs to thepiupvity '' ,' > nfmirance from, our (Jovermr my and 'tin' <"u :
) $500 1'
o'c"r"lll \
*itiWtlentlfrom' Ther ; Dr W E. Middleon. IV"
': n
county whole
therein 'h.! >
& 1 .I that thin load be complet- 11'111: vmi .
Ie"'rl'd wil ny
,: .Th* clerk Wi'' Instructed to advise clinic. $1500; Canova Phar mid tn tli bidder the"I.t r.SC"IrF. II"nl hax' filed IIVRN within that .1 In the near 'wil and 1 nhall Fon "('10"1. no ,n. thnt Will T have In ".

$ 75. hoiina door" >_Mf. R D Thompson. Stiperintenlo1 macy. : The H & W. B Drew < frt 1101' 'I "reiiiieHt thnt the taxeitirirati "Htlppol
of h.r"h ( a "An-
""V In the Month : < H together, with all 1 t I "" nnnOln my.lr
< of the Sanitarium that while 0. clerVg Finance fornn $5.66; \hl'h In "' 2nd.' ilitv of Mav, IJ8.: | < nt omitted or levied taxen'i mihs"iil 11**",.".".1 1'1.1.,1 effloleni-v In ad- ,lrilt. tu, .. nOlrd nf Puhlc In'I..t"n. TiffPprM' tt III h

t'n're' Is no application now before j -J't'glev & Davis casket for J. D I .i "d thin 2 .lh.. cluy nf Malt 'Irl 1 l hv the State be udvertlfl.il and' mlnIHte'I"f oui R'al.' and Countv ""hJ"r to Ih. wil th"vn MALLOIiY T'IK'M' V-
P. 1 Hold t'. Pranl, II i Vimitsp. J7 47, Drnclford \1 for canhIH roul t.. 3.YOlr .
i would
forfeit no Hardware 'ol' 'I.1 A I. SNA T.} 1'11'1. bv Chapter" I829H. of the lowei. Ing our taxen. h.'d M/Y ,
I-'OH
rl"M to the hpil allotted to a pa "o. m.ui-rial for VV P. A, $".30, I A. .1. THOMAS.Clei '> aitH of the "llolltule. upon I Hhall endeavor, to nlrengthen IheIIIWH. volo InI "UIpo1. wi b"11.1".1.0. I At the-tOIVrV Hollc'ltatlon(.O"I..IO',,. :,I
Circuit Court ofPindford uf n I
k of
from t Dili L.. A Davis three : :: : i 'the rnl"wl,1 "" ."'" 1... entate .and.' enforcement nf the lawn, .. ". T"I' n I hrrehv .
tent founty, and should months lent on j I County, Florida. In of [h'ldforl. State of .nsei IUMT our .tlmSor, flnh. game / A :n : Hc'lt' dlntrlot. ; alii". '' ',. ""
-"ERA. building nnd I 1-1- -4.29 Florida towltl.i mil other natural --- a c nnilldati* for th <"'
on applirntion he rmule '
admittance one-foUlth yr.I ; ,1 renourcen. FOII HCIIOOI. IIOtKII ( ..""ty '. ,
CoinmlHHlont i f I I'
-- If { "t
| 22 "
v 'illI. ho I.is'sted! upon without de- -PS for 19.18, $21 8V: CJeo. D. i iJainard ''1'1 01.' IK (.. '1""I.'I'IFU' \\ I'v ...-. 'WI:!. /nf, 2 I-awtev, 28 Tp, KaHt G S. 11.of .> .1'I'd i .11 your Ili'preHentathe. to make evervrfort vnunv I hercbv announce mvnelf a candidate of.Number, ,uhJ"1| t. I u I ,
'the
: lIon for votem .
I lin, Stationery C'' \ n:' 23 K. Ihe member of the Hoard ofI'ut'llc on Mav ti,I
supplies I : IS III.KiilV; ; HIVRN that The '. from, time 1"t to pioblemn" 11'1.111 IiiHti lie1! Inn for If eli.rii.< I p"i ,* .,
taxiH t hi' Hold time the II.II..t ,
( Deed :0'11' I. 'lll "' "'\ld'ltced
f letter was received from the Record) $5368.: E. K Per-1 "h. | fif HiadfoidCiMintv l.v cMi-tlfliate' S"H. 727 of 1931 i .rent of the people of. "nty.1. :iNiimlier' 1 of Hrailford, tioiiH And "d"II''''", i "I

Flniida State Agricultural Marketing i yman vlewn/! body of Aaron I II j ; Hank.. IIIIK filed withme I and' repieneut unpaid renpectlvely I have lived and 011 tnxen' In ida, ,'.ml'Ilnl vcitluir pi-Kclnctn of ,,10 the affalra of the ofrli n' .

Bon id "! Hen wi,'Itten .I"e,1 that tha taxleitifhateH taxeH foi' the yeatH" 1912 to 1918, loct'cl County lant tieven yearn /rool.r.. Hampton and llelted In.OUI'. Huppoit anil \ .
Ne
asking that theCounty "Tackry ] Hocking and together with all nuhiineiii both InclitHlve., Coiintlen IllverIf ,
I amounting to 982 ((17 more
purchane two electric mllunge. $6.40; Florida Bank atlltarke I omitted nr levied taxeahold Said tax with hnn \.nJolnlnl y."r. anil, In the State elected I promlne a fair and impartial LACY J \\ ,
lit the Htate be advertlHed and 'lltcate. 101.th.1 adminIntratlon' of nald of
dillls, to be USEd nt the l'al'mer I rent on safe deposit box, .10 the hixhent bidder for canti 11, ..HtihHo<|"be. "mi" the 11..1, forty tnppnrt' veai-H.In the Will Primary 11'1| ireclnte on May your 3rd fice am! I .11 work fnr the bent FOr (oiTV {.O.I":1

Maikct and which would be taken ,, 1.10 1 ; Quigley & Davis t roUleil hy Chapter 1H2BB of the Mdder wil It the Courthouse door In, Inl."I.. of "I the nchoola of Hradfnrcl 1 Ink. thin "'anl al''" ,
'i'ii!' ; tlia n..n..ttulv. County. thnt I will be '
a.tM .f upon a randldat. l I. 1
over by the Marketing Board as I I$60.12; C B. Roberts ,Ih" t"l.wlnl d.rrlh..1 1''IIalure...1 entate 1918.S'alke at on tlie o'clock 2''h day A. M.of API II, ITJ. J. A. J McKINNRY JR offlc. of County Comnilnlon. i n

loon as possible reimbursing thaCommissioners Heg. Dlst. No. 4, $7.70; RUPPles.// In Ih. of nradford" Stata of Muted 11.11" the Oth day of I Pourlh' IXntrlot of 1> "If> fl

for '/. li'lurldu., to-wi* 1918. Ap'I. i .FOi "<'HOOI. ao \11 County, Fla HUbJect to tin I I'', "
the purchase Morgan Dep Supvr. W'j' of ', of NRi, of SE', (OFFICIAL SKAt.) FOII InPII'r'Tn''J: ; I 1., .,: Ann"UIl'" "y ,' candldile oriitliPrimary.. Mav 3. I'll

price. The proposition was re 'o.3. $17.15; R. J- Davis. Dep. Nn'/i' of NWU' of MK1Sec.: 2.iTn A. J. THOMAS I I hereby ('' foi, .' of the Hoard of I appeal eHpei-lallv to tin .,..,
ft S. II. 22 K.. containing Clerk of Circuit 'or election Sltte nepreHentntlva Public Iiiftriietlnn' for DlHtrlct No of the farmer and th Ii, ,"
there
jected as are no available Supvr. Rt'g. Dlst. No. 2, $20.25; 1 .1 .\.1.., molt* or leHH.The Until" ford County.Court Florida.of I from Bradford, County, mliject to 3 of BI.p.I.." County, Florida niibJect mln. .

funds for a purchase of this kind.A M. Li. Dep. Supvr Reg. I taxen to be ttold ale evidenced 4-15-31-4-29. I ''the. Democ'ratlc Primary Klectlon to will of the Democratictotern THANK T. AnEIS. TtY
by ,.., 'lite Now. 264 nnd 260 ofI'll held' on Mnv 3rd am elected In the primary: to be held
petition signed by residents Dial No. 7, $8.45. O B. Colson !! ,..tl'h'' r""I'llv.ly. and reprenent \S""Y nKPAHTMBNT: pTiT- i to thin Important nfl.Itl will do all Mnv 3, 19'lIf : rou ri i\rr

of the Biooker section wao presented nep. Suprv. Dlst. No.8. unpaid, taxeN for the y..r ''om'nt TIE FIulldlngH, .n 'n power to repreHent fairly all elected I promlne a full and ImI'nrtlnl I hft-ebv aitniMincH my'I''I''I.I"hl,
neg.
to the Board $2060 Iff'll: to HUH.: .nth amountIng ni-anch. Olvl.lnn-p"II". of 01. I.upl. at all thneH. I am'or admlnlntratlon the af- for County CnmmlHHlniiei' fi' "" _
Mrs. IILuHlve. ,
that ; April II,
asking Dickinson Dep.3itprv 'VAhlnlton. more ad 'iuate, trlct Font', ,
to U5.f7. 1938. hereby noliclted, "penHlonn for the fiI" .1..lnlnln" 1.1. Important Hiibjitct to th<' \ ,' ,
the Pewlng Room Project now located Reg. Dlst. No. 6, $8.30; Said .'. kateM together with for a .It.. for ,n Federal at iged and the blind, for a free range; ... I w"lt.r. ""I tutupclh.nM ,he ,pilmaiv. oleitlon May I ,. "

at Ornham be transferred to i 'I. J onea. Pep. Suprv. Reg. W'I all.._- .MUliHeriuelit.,lll.. '.IK.-' "UI.I.I.imiltted... ,.-J.. ,.f.A 1 .UevletlIflM.lu ,.>.fc...-uMdiler I i Starke"! .o HIP, Floi mure Ida. I,me he o.ne: O"I.I"I.. .I.the_ !....comple-. ..r.- h..t are nf to thiu; .a. great,....,m.aHur.. .. ...In 1-. Ine III.H to..give..I"'u.'a .talthful...,.. .-ui.il.L'0''l 1.,_ -'

Brooker. and that certain changes i -To. 5. $11.90, J W: Robinson, burnl at the "CoiuthouNe door InttaiUe Htarke, Florida, at 9 l'O"tmAI.1. M., 'I.. frir panning RI"'llnt.| leirlHlii- ''of the Cituntv'K government.; Your niijioit appi.tclntedIt

bp made In the The ; ; ( Aaron Mackery) on the 2"tll 11, on 1938. for,the 0ale I 1..1 to protect n'o people, from'laiidulent Thanking you fnr >'our vote and S WA4IHNfltH
pel'ronel. $35.00 M : or -
,1
Foanl .* ; "i'1'S: at tt :00 o'clock A. M. I donation, ,1t205. the United Stnten of IIHlrol. ttKcnta; for an Hiippoi't I'nm.
decided that it had no authority Plummer material sewing Imlid thlx the lith day of "IH'I. ,,101 conveniently located Approxlninti1 a- .pi i''In'lnth.n furnlBh free. Innecti YIIUI'H very renpeclfully, fOlTY OMMI 1IOMI
to make In'IR. ilHiin to our farniern, and for A H. srnun.vcY.FO'I .
said changes and oom. $33.79; The Welnkle Company dlmennlonM <"oriier lotn. 120 any I herebv announce 'lr
mv *
( I. SR M.) f.iot "hr"" leK'nlatloii' that will be favor- d ill
the Clerk 1.1..1" t"tnl' 170 foot d*>pth. ,InteiInr '. 11 u for
was instiuctcd! to forward : fixtures for J ,I.' to Itradfnrd < c'i'iintv ctuni
jail, $5710; E THOMAS, I frontnge 170 County and the : IIOOI. 110 '111! "' I'l'trlct Klve .
the Petition to A. ('IPk of Circuit Couit of depth. HIIHH foot 'tale' of "'Inrhl.. I III,M.'hy| announce mvnelf a candl- will of n.ilij. i
having difr 1 I thc> ,
theVoren's \/nkler. repairs court house .rent Htreet I tu'llexf il it" for votem In thefilniary } >
I liradforil County Florida. llindfoicl Cnuntv nnd re-election '
frontage dlmenHlonit memhel ofi
Work Division of the W. P. A., I'Khts, $200; Bradford County I I. I I:1: ). provided the wil IH be connldered I h.I.v. that I call nccompllnh I i, P..nicl of Public liiHtrtictlnn. for in ifil -.Ix.Muy 3 I havtin

f. such acton as the officers of IVlegraph. advertising and sup mately the am. In,all.,canen approxi wh.re .n. lnO for our n.ot,>le In the next |,,l: of H'tiilford' (County nubject to action feol that yenin I am In w.'ll thliind <, i
> OP I p..AI
said Administration deslies to plies. $3960; A. J. Thomaa Adv. wr"'J .\'PPI..r'ro" FonT ,poHHlhle'iitiial, ownei hldn'H nhoiild of be Hiibniltted bv 1."Illr., public ittand nervlce on In mv thin pant Coun rec- Muy 3,' 1938.If I" votern In Prlmaiy inv' "now cllHiiict ta| need,, of ,,,? |!)p ,

make. on shrubbery for coui.t house (Vrnnt. lull No. ",1NOTrCR > bv RI.nt. Documentary properties evidence and not tv I have the Ir.llln. and ahllv'' elected I promlne" to give to t> I will nlnc-i'roly and of the ent
IM HKRKBY-fllVKN 'to do thin m and apprec-la
Hiadfoid
The Board approved the '.0000. That of mimt be attached to Jjob you 0. I.T. .' ,1..t County an- I'.liuiicl active
bi for Total $1,363.76. Ciirfvon tit. OrlfflH. holder of Tax I propoHala I .. 1.10' of honent.,. aupportU
aubniltted I
for "i'tlfti'nt.. V',.. 170 ItHiied the 5th., by agenta. L'p( n J'U.K LASDIt I. with rOI.'D.lol' P CIAIMPH
$100.0 shrubbery the Total. $1686007.Agricultural. "."!1..1.. the .H'm.t"r will .Inh.II.tl .. rlgbta to
County Court i ol'/n"l diy of f"h.r. A. P 1132, hawfiled pronpectlva to none. <
House ,Niipply p'lvl"I'M
Grounds the .. aivl niadaanpllcatlon bldl.r" with Thanking' -Mrv < OIMIIH IO\t II
,um. my hal blanka aupport To ilia
and .
planning having been done by a T. 1 K, McClane Jr., salary for a ,tax deeo ,. bUNiied .. I, 1"'I"al I..rtlcular. an ta a requlrementa circular glvug t FOIt InPII.'rn'.l: mil ,'M" in the aplro.chlnl YOlr prlmarv. Krooker riwrnoc-ratlci and N w Itlver votcra nl
I a candidate for I
Committee certificateMmhrMceM nnd Ill your IteprelenlatUe am. i
from the Woman's Club IV $7 .00. ItiHtrtictlntiii for pteparatlon of I hereby announce 4
ent. Total $7500. ; r'o".I fleH *ilhed I bldi from Bradford, ( mv candid n
and data for
and the planting being property In of Hradford to accompany same. subject to the Democratic 'OUlly. n"M".rltllv. re-elactlon for county .-01 u-4
Grand .
supervised Total $675.00. oln' C. .1. leopltiH, Director Primary, 1
of ) ami If
[ :itnta of Florida towlttVBt 'ro"I'p. Mar .1. School Hoard jloner rn-elec-ted. I promt*
by F.
R Cark of the City Light I Widow's reunion \ Half of Northenvt Qlinrter m.nt. 41.2to'rl'F I fe.'l; that I am experienced and M.mb.1 DlHtrlct :0. II bent everything; In mv iwwei foi tl

Plant I! Allowance of Xortbweat Quarter fieo* \ OF |IIMltod In bold thla Important of- FOR Ol'VTV < OMMISHIONKR! IntHlent. for tha citlint) u
following Clerks and I ton 3 Township I South flange 01 1 I" h.rol,. I have nerved an Read- IIIHTIIICT I peopl I have worked for th.
Inspectors Mis. Kate Mrs.1! .n'IFu' "< P
Starling $2.00. ( Plea'
NMHt. ".ntalnlnl 20 Acrex nTI(J I IIKRKHT "i of the 1913 and I'M7 Hen- t hereby announce my candidacy Interent In th. iw
were selected for the I '( F. Redding $200 Mrs. Onlaj' more or lean.The W.:H. EdwHrd.! Jr.. ban OIVKN filed that of the llouna of Iteprenenta- for nomination an Countv mid will vtintlnlie to d.. t I
First aHeiNment of th paid' with 'Iv"8 and wan nloner of POI"IN- ipptiu.lati your Huppoit
educated In Hi ad '
Primary Election to be held pronertv requeue that ilradfiid ford (
Taylor $2.00. Fronnle Johns under writen the tarn Countv THUMAN I DS M
the ttald I'lHtrlct >
11'1. IHntied One,
Htibjert
"hool. tn
I _
May 3rd 1938.Precinct 1 $6 00 Mrs. W. H. $6.00. Mrs.P.nl'l wan In the r"rlfl"at.. N'I, l'.rtfl"Rte" together or with all mib- If elected. I will favor: .- Primary Hl"ctlon. the Demonitlc -

No -Lawtey: T T. Simpson Bel, Mrs. R. T Hitch. I I It'nletin '. i'l bv the I tutu t..1 he advertlHed I.vl"d taxea and Free Mm money fur the old-aca.: If 1 am .Ip.t." I pledge the peo Opossums tend toward cannibal]

Blackburn $ L nald ..rlf."I. Khali be1redeemed old to the hlghent bidder range; ple of my dlntrlct I will Ism ,
Clerk; James $200 Mrs. the prop-I for canh ofthe farmer for UN to tha work n captivity.
ROieI. I' Fdwardl A. W. R"O'dln" I. imvlil.d bv C W.lnr. the bent
R. A DIn___ 6 of the lood d : Hhow ln rf!.Intliw 'f n_my__ ability,
u AI 11IUI v >iv -
i ruuKiiiun tha highest .
," r.'Jln Mddr court i .II. Fnrahltt nthool legl1atlnn' Your vole and
:
vvinii deHcrlt "d will ba
PfII'CC. Inspectors. ,, $R.O! A F. Grlffis $2.00, Miss hoiiHe door on the flrnt Monday In In the Coiintv of Bradford> real Htate eatute I feel like I am' acquainted with pr.cl"t.d. iupjojt" ap Ejtc Acid cai w|

Precinct No. 2-North Stake: t Floy Thomas $B 00, Mrs. L. D. Eits"erling Ih- month of Mav. 19.18: which la 'lorl"l. to-wlt: of lie pcoplit of Bradford County and D. REDDISH.FOII youpa/na of Stomach!
th' 2nd. "nv nf Mnv. I li.-lr
J. Klckllter I I m i, MI, i.f NI' : problemn hec.aiine I have apent -
J' Clerk; R. A. Newuui $2.00, D J. Phillips $2.00, Hated. thla 21rd day of March, N' of. I.ota 1. 3 I.'HH'I IS or Acrea St-i ot In m, life with them. I will endeavor rOI''TY <'OMMI""IO\KII Ulcera, IncJita.tion

J. L An"erlon. and H. L>. O C. Kelley $ t 00. Mrs Inez Kelly 1011 ;\ Cor M c. .18 Tp 4 a. > t..k. the cltlxennhlp a coopera I I lake method of Bloating,CaaHai.rtburn.Bc.il"nii.
( SRAM ,
I .. n 2 te h.n.t. and mv announclnl
r.orman. Inspectors $2 MI's.V. I 'OFFII.\.1 I ontaining 30 t.arl.1 repreaenntlx rundldiicy for .-.." Nausea, jot frtt n'
00. S. Parker $7 00. TIO r\R. ,! .. I.HHTbf '.I'OH. "li >. becaitHe I am a .. and nf County th. aampla ol i

Precinc No.3-South Gtarke: Total $5700. Grand Total $1- Clerk Court of tnxe M to be Hold are evidenced "',"Hew In Until ford County and her I trlct, No One II"WI.y fommlMlon.r., DlH and frtu !nfef ; w itCARPENTER'S
I I82G5t'2. renpectfullv
T J rirndfonl County, Florida. by p opleI ; nollclt al" -
Clerk ceitlflcate NOH 10J vote
Kendrfrir. : R. C. BuforU 214 00 & 502 of I t and Ilppol.
I I ill and 19't: "II appieclata, your vote and feel I that' with
K L and Eston I lenpectlxely and repenent *",'|' he offlirt mv ". In
GI'ln" Pine Ilnd I am
Forfeiture ; ; for now better
""In i "I ,' In.I" .. the qualified
Brown '. \ ( 1"1" y.a. (tnOltOR H. I to Ht "r\e .
INM\N. vtiu
Iu'pectol's. A. O. Andreu. OKr a-i to I1H. both Inclunlve' amountng than I have ever been
feuding pl'llCn.I. II .: j to SliiO!' 01d I M.I..1 your' vnte and
No 4 Graham: Dewey $J J5 00, T Frank Landrum MiTfcn(Vennte IH Mill <>. Kill 1 ,.id '"' ...I..I'I..ifen logi-'tior' with i il promlNe vnu thin Niippnrt that, VOTE FOR
Murrhee IIKIIKHV
CI.rk'lle; Strickland, ilnry and Conv. T I CHVRV that all .lhI..nt omlttad or Levied if vnii. honor' me with thin office
J fees $7000; Dr Aid.i mail, holdel of Tax Certlflcate t,' I Full IIOM' 'ini8Tii: ': I will D. STUART
Hold to /11. GilCANIMDVTK
h. the hlxhi-Ht the
wil 1"'llu iluilo" of
I Surrency. J' M. Griffin W O. Parks, salary County 4SK. iHHUeil the 2n".. dav ,- the ConrthoiiHe r hc-r iiy office' to I
phyullun announce
I t .l.iK \. n II4.. hl.h. door In i ; tnvnelf an a h. t ry bent of
In"I'ecto1 $".33.; Marcus C. tn. i.ff I.' and Ilu fled a.m. on tho 21th dnv of inndfdiite. for Hnnd Trlintea, from abllltv. nl
my e ha
Precinct No. Hampton: W. I Fall. ... r>.i. a tax ** ml.l. anoititlou 'i'i''! at 1' '11 o'clock A. Rt. AI'rl. TilKlt-lrt. No 5, riroker. Hradford Vi'lV r""I"'" "" I
I oait AlvIn deed to ba lmiu d '
H Jones. Clerk; M M. CO Robinson. $1 .00: tliereoll. I:IHOFFICIM.tun d the Oth iluy of 'lull, i"ouritv.to Fit, If .le",1 I promfne .r. srFOU nn8t n.
Matchett. I faithfully
Tenter's Drug Store medicine Said cei'.1 Iflcate eniltriKothe folilng pet" form the flutlen preirltied I
A IV Mva'I, and R L. Brown Inspector 'or, Jnll, $1 00 A O '. dHcrlbed prf.iiartv! the- SK\L) < by thin-office which In of foir, ( 'n".IO' "
; Andren. Tel A J TI10Ml .\ "(to! Interent to f hereby oniioiiiu-e !
.
*. Hintv .f Slate' of Kloll- : every voter ofyhe didnte m> nelf a ai'
Allowance. Fine ard costs wnrintn ,l., to-wlt f.t.r.l. '.!< of l'lr'ul Court nf dlHtrlct"* I, ( am a native
Piecinct No. Thcressa: L G : and capl.i.s etc i N'Mfheant' Quarter of Northnettt M'-dford County. Florid*. un. v ,.,d I. .have. he.n a renldent of finm' .. rilHtilet,, One (L.iwtey) sub
$269 4S J. 4-11-31-4-29. tht t io
; Pi" i 1 Hi ,
win .r
Johns. I i -. 1 -a for M .
Hie .
n
Quitter .
Clerk D Section 1 TIIA ', tlnst m.. lc
: H May. W i Powo, l," )I' 7 ------ -- fi m' v 'r I .. .t. i- In ,Hi.." I I.. .
at ) ,
H I in ,
jail, uih. It. know the nl M
Hall. glarc l.y. 1. Range 2 I..t. ".i 'nln .. t.lt 1." \
ana' Clyde : \omt-: T\\ i I" nr 'my dlHtrli-t, / If h".r.1 ,
Hersey Inspec- 'J 00.; a; 40 Ai, .en. m ,l l h .. \.11 R..I vmr WI "1. '; 't
.nl..1
1 tors. F I. lel'r'man. (County Th ( ':" Ta:. I snpii"i i "I 'tit. lia l. .f .it uw f pr.". *-. i .. v. 'I' .
iMneviimenf > "
< haUI hl"I.
tgr." .t pi "ip -ii ,K iHEKP'JY ..1 i of pen
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J 'I" rvurt rtKN; i IDJ' dint .
Totultl 'I. > iinl pi. !
d
S7913 d I. .I'.lfR" bpU. nenl' of u th entirehla I
I Iff I H' T
ir iiS i No 7 New Ih.l .I. riled iifh It.. fl. the
'mca. River S. < 16 Grand i >f f.. I "" ," 'F"'I'h, > '/I ii.xt i it fiin'ii.:
Totl $.928.91 '...nald certificate aliall ba re.. .,ertlfkal' in aier wth thin all thi ..ul' at Your truly > lid unpni'''lallt. *i -

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vritif nR.\DFORD ('OI'NTY TELEGlt.\PJI. rrRliE.. FI.ORJD.\'
(find. -= P.\GE THREE I
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t Hun and l lied action In value taxes will be sold to the highest nlnln 10 Acre, morn or leuxTh "
Th,." ..nr: Tn That) End Providing bidder at the Courthoune door In I taxi to be cold are evidenced .J"
Bi-adford School Journal tnI''rpl(tlon of Cotton Pro- Htarke on the. 22nd clay of April .. liy Tltrli.'Hte No. 110 of 1929 re- 1fspetlvely \
1015 I! at 11-00 I : o'clock A. M.
..
and the
diiMlnn
nnntrol T)l trlctn: Pro- represent' unpaid A
Dated thin the 2nd day of April ; ..i L ,
hlMtlnir' the Production In unlit IftftftlOKiicrvi. IHXCH far the yi. arx I 11(25( lo1HIA {f"
Dii ti' M:* "f any Type' of L'nttnnnlher .' : both Inclunlve, amount,''ing to /Y '.
: :: I !REAL) $27.15.ALIO. (
Than Son Inland Potttm: .\. 1. 'J"I f
== nlv" THOMAS.Cl : rot 22 In WooitliiKnSe Itll'
prohlhltlnw the Planting :
::::=:\It. "UltY.1'J' s'rnIIit1. runI'UII.. 22, WiM: ::Ii I'::11 Ul'lt TIIIR'I'1'.ONE:: Ih.r"ln fit any Type of PottonHerd Hlildf.ilil herlt i of, .I'll('!"cull'.Court I KlullilaoricK of. <., 17 Tp B H. It. 22 I B. contalnlntf 1 i" t : ,
111.1 uiilj) '
in items Other Thnn Men 10 Alien, morn or Iran
= island Cotton Rend or Plaiitt; I.N.31422.. 'I'he ta <('v to hi ...hlll'" ..v lil.(.IK,.of'0'': ; ,
'.\KP" ITiivldhiR far. the Admlntxtrn- bv Cel'tlfliate NOH. Sift and 214: : ,
Mammy Sez : Through the Keyhole Meet the SeniorsH.IRIIIET ttun t and\ TCnrnrcement' nf thepinMMliinii \ ()P 1114' or TAX 11129 and I'M5: IHMDHtlvol, and replexvnt R. I t
I : .( HIJ111" horpof; Making an ciu: "riKi< A1'IIM: 'the unpaid' taxes for the'
IIr 1;; l'IiIJa'I' : Annual Atiproprlntlnn for the VllTlri, : I IM linilRHV. OIVK-f thnt years 112S! to 1925: both ln>:limlve, I' I j'
Folks dis hero Thin [ 1.:. O UHIMV IIIIH filed with me ninoiintlng to ISM 51. ;1. '
I-ron-TN-CI1U.iF': mammy um as past week-end was a big PurpiiMi of OnrrvlliB ont the ;
1"I> BENSON:: niltlen" 'uiii| "I i thai 'Dm tax rertlflinti'x ALSO: BMt of Lot 1ft In Wood- I '
sad funeral\ PtovMin'H hereof: ProvidingPrnaltlen .
IIIr.N"'ON"' an a DIs am de Ins'time wind-up with I
n liouscparty, two
l"II'.tI'r t with nil
\ and Put.lMhmi I far mihiicquentiniliiid lawn He', 17 Tp 5 M. K 22 M 1 '
,' TITY<; EDITOR I3LSIIOPI'olrr4 dat she wills gets to write dances and Btirculeaui..eate. Itdidn't June 14 1022! in the city of Violation of the' Pro\l.lonB .ii"r livl.il tiixuH held by the containing C Acres "morn ui J I. "'
II-r: (lOOT) Slate IIP mlM'i tlxi'il, nnd Hold to
r: in de South Carolina a thai less I ,
fer Hereof
paper you to knows a leave in such ) '
: KnrroRMil everyone good The 'tfiiltniproponed. to l he In. lilKhi'Ht bidder, fur. cnsh no provided The tuxes I lo ho Hold me ",'III "ced ,
? PI.UMMCK few ob de tings dm am a happening condition for exams Monday and I baby gill.. I was born Mr. and Mrs.J. i.!tildi-d. In tin (',,1 t'h T'ludlletlon. \ InChnptcr IdilDtl of the 1887 sots of I hv Ceillfliatu' No 217 of 19,11 re- l

EDITOR"i.I.A' 'rounds die here, school. we; sincerely hope nobody flunkedon II Benson decided( after their ir-ontrol ni.t>'lit In all of that tcrt'I-. the tjcKlNlatni i : I r'" xta'tale; n the followlnit'dnHcrllind Npertlvelv and represent the unpaid I.. .t
i
1'I'l"nAnY real l In the County 'taxeR for. the years loan to \ .
I I first that, the child I lorv Included, within the lioundnrle*
IAbJ MANNINO Well, dean Seniors nho am excited account of it. disappointment I of Piadford, ronntv, 1"1"\111'\ which of Itindfoid., KlHlf of Florida, mix, both inclusive, amoiinting toMold 1.
wax nut n boy In name It after wll : 111.<.il. : ''f
.
luKE) EDITOR an' happy now. Wib nil Boo hoo this Is lust column. I Maud ooiindnrleH me deRcrltied. deaminted l.otB S, e, 7, S. SI, 1 ,I
my S, tl, ST as tax crllflcateH, together with t 1:,
,
AHCm its IIn.llt call (" nnd' Kit mit In i the :statute* In-I t-
IPNAICIAT.;; l' I father anyway was I! 41 4.%. 4,1.1 41, ftt, 51. f 1 .
i 51:
done lobely gifts coming in, it am I know you-all will miss this old of the !State' of Florida > all Hubviiquent omIU..r. Levied J
; .. REPORTER I ed Joel Harriet Benson Harriet embraced within na; Sfl, 57. fiN. 80 fll t, 82 Iri Wla, taxes Hill be Hold to the hlgheat j '
; It the territory
;} MIIUAM OUYEditorial better dan two Christ muses an' abirthday gossiper next year but you'll have I :Ian n, Si I Inn '10 Tp Hiilllh bidder nt the Courthoime door In I: I II t.
I moved around a good deal/ during I the hoiindnrlftH of 14radfotd OonntvIH ItHiiKii 221 ,; 'llIrnIlI l.
H.
combined. to rope some one else in in my rirntril Into n Patton PiodnctlAnPontrol 2,10 "Clarke on the 22nd tiny of AprIL 4 ;
her life naval officers must Acres, inoi 01"r II. i' I
since ninlrlct the *H I 111 Id. at It:00 o'dock AM. I ,.. ,
Now dat all ob de Exams are place. My final Instructions to I follow their countiys' call but began I Heed 01,! plants I of any planting vniletv, fk f.'l: l 6 The lertlfltate tM.ii" to lie sold are evidenced 19)8ted) .this the 2nd. day of April I 1
y No 195 of 1929 I !
ober, I sees flat de boys and gals him are just to go everywhere nnd I school in St Louis Missouri. tvpe,, 01 HPOI..li'M (if otton other, than and ""III'.H.,111 laxm "e.1"'cl".ly fur- (01"1.11.11. SEAL) lt'i'P?" 1 IA I '
hob losted do everything and stretch all Meedn or ptnntH of the type Unnun asSen Ihs voniH" nun to Ifltl: both I .. 1 '
(,1UNUTII\NKS! dat strained look ondoe you She attended three schools there !' Inland Cotton will be prohibited InelllI. .1.I THOM r.\ :
see and hear mile two. But HlviiiniiiiintlnK' .. "62.85, (lei,'k of Chi rultnull. of11I'lIdro..d
a or .
rh, staff of the Bradford High faces and In its place you I and two In Chicago before she finally ALSO !.ol l 27 \Yoodlitwn Hoc"- I I Coiinu .O'lulldn.. | f' .l.4 4i .
!cinld 1 election to he hell on the I '
be sure to make ,definite nuisance Hull ,
of this I can see em linking ob dat good ole a i17 Tp Iii. It 22C on- 4-0-d1-1.22.' I 1
School lolll'nul' faction pap cnmc to Florida She entered Ird day of MIIV: ( A. D.> Ills, the mime I 1l ;
wish i" express in this, the Klngnley Lake and what deys I of yourself. the third grade at Bunnell High tielnff the first Tuesday.. In mid i l

last?1 asm' of' the' school year their I I gwalning to do Ills summer. I Lillian MoHley was the date of I the fourth and fifth (fin one year) In month rordaiice The, said with election the law to ffovern-he held 1 BORES FUNERAL HOME ? : .t.t1

sincere gratitude for the J Wells I wonder if any ob de one of (the boys that was killed at a country school and thence to Inn rjennrnt Elections. I
deep ni I only 1""lltl..1 freeholder eleitni. Full I line of Caskets S Undertaker Supplies/
ttcelenl)I help and cooperation they gals will hab one ob deae summer : Saturday night. She was feeling 1 Gainesville The sixth and seventh shall lie| pel.inltted tonlo' In I the \ \ H t L. A NeE SEIIVICE I I

i lec-ived duiing the past year. I romances dat I'se heed ob, but hab I bad Sunday and who would blame grades she went through In said. apt| 'Int ElectionT. U\V ANi NIOIIT 1 j l''
hay L. CONNOR,
Mum learners have aided in the yt-ts myseleves. Buts maybe dey her? Well It's a lesson to us to Gainesville High aril from there "'hnll'l1)lIn of rioaid of County 53 PIiONE 5.1O : ; I ,

hung of the school page with I am to busy wib dare past winter drive slowly and carefully and to P K: Yon e. For two years "ninnilpiiloni, Bradford ('awttv II nF.NNF.TT.Yllr.. i I '

i pubi' ;nor spirit of co-woiking nnd romances to tink about one fer dis look out for the other fellow. she labored/ ( 't 1 there, and Clime ATTEST;; :Florida \ 110ME:\ INSTITUTION"! : i

the I stills Edna A. :J -",_ A 'V ...... -________.....
nuinh'i' ""f students thaI have summer. see and Fluster tinned out some pretty to Starku at the age J of fourteen to THOMAS I '" r
,
.b'' I Kofflcln, Cleik and l Andllni, nl.
,nnttthutirt' '10 this work in not Bob Donhla and Artford Harriet flowers thin :year and Staike turned ,' attend Bradford High Here she Board of County Commlaiilonei I" ,,

:m". ,01 I 'tin' ones mentioned on and Dill Dot and Billy, Vernie andJ I out the prettiest of them. See"Afammy' made the tenth and l ('If'venth.Jut\ nrndfoid ("nlll1l)'. Florida. I .

students have D. Marion and Gene, Enza and I In th last month his become ai
Typing for particulars '
n, 'ltf' '0'I'll'I] (111" S0ti..1! lh- P1 \
ri i i,,'n work on Mondiiy to N. T., Betty Jo and Jimmy nnd Bob and John were kept busy i Senior! Harriet 1 )theM basketball r'iii: 'I'11'ir i'1'INNOTI1' ; : For Expert RepairingSmith's i'i'II ::4
] IH IIIOHICHY IIVKV:: Hint
i R(' ', I.i ,per out and the staff Sadie und Julian going wlb each I Friday and were paused often. They and in well-known on the court ICuvi in lltintet hat filed with me .: I

,, u worked faithfully and I other. an the motor boat to death almost at pi'notice. She alia enjoys newspaper 11'.111. ,n',,tin,,'HI, that the' tax (1111f' !I-

,, ", with the true spirit of i I| Have you alls: seen Hariletsnew and were kept busy running work and dancing She dislikes ateH omitted' loir'tlicilth 1 or I levti, .d 1 tax all,... held HiitiHetiont I liv| Ihestnte i

'm m) their hearts. All charm bracelet yet ? It Mho errands for the grils. Maybe \ people with no sense of humor he nilMMll-ud and, mild. ,In; .Hi"hlr 'l
l *>"st t Iudi1,.i'i rm ,.".11| IIH 11I'n' 1.10"1 II Garage L.I L.i
Next she
liavc, enjoyed working I am a thing of beauty and it um and geometry. year ;
that motor bout business Is \"\' I'liaptel INJ'Ifl! of I the 1 1117:I mix .
''J n) wishing next :year's nuked ob real gold! I won'ts tells I' why Edna and Doshia/ were no Morosunburned I'''.hopes to attend the KloiUla l t meCollege of t ttle TjOfflHliitlll. upon tin fiilluuIIIK '. I
!, all who it her but I for Women, and di'*( l Ilietl l eat entate In the u
,t"i xl\ paper nnd an enjoy- you gib to | and Friday night. prepare c.iunn' .of Hindfoiil. sine "f I'loi-
'11 1 sho bet you can grueni. for a buuincBs career unless something hill lu.wll'II. Phone 120 f. 1 ,

.. ndltorn I My did you nil see alls dose I John was very happy this weekend unexpected steps in as hUll f!.-g" in ft I n of NW ,'"r i IS'' : I ;. 1
but he says the peacefulnessi of :oIW'. of KK'/, of Nil" & Hun, 1
good looking Starko gals in de happened before In such cases n BO ft. H ior ft, w r>n ft. :.ley I Wrecker Service Day or Night i : ..
:' '.His FOrt TILE \SEEK Easter parade ? Dose gals shoo i I the lake was much disturbed Well we wish you success Harriet. ft. .to Iti.B Set2 Tp U\ >0. K .
'I I
I by "somebody" and Tommy Dorsey's 22 n.Tlln ..
looked like de social j I whether become a business L-- .. ,
hi nutlonk. is not good I lights walking theme you [ 'tnx( H to he Nold are' i"\ hl'II".1) = --- I'' I
II to\\n! de Filth Avenue of dot big song woman or-' a social worker. liv icltirii. iteH" No*. 12ft\ unit, 1 toil, : of.
"r iplookn I I Frances has n new flame. Ills 11131 and 1 I1):11 "leNpertUelv" and I "upluHelit 1 r t : .
New York. nebei I -- -- -------
city: I'se seen 1 InxeH for the \IIIH I "- lit I to
< 's i ii not to remnlco Edna: look better dun she did in name !Wally and he Is quite nice. .1'I'U ii 'U1' to ti,r or '1'I .\ \ I"t" ': .h.iih Im-liiMlve" nniiinniliiK"" i I. .
ui to make the absolute 11 Wally is lucky too we thInk. I ('Iat'I: i I iri'M'i'r* al.Wald. LANDRUMisFor I..I
dat medium blue chiffon dress wlb o'rl"I': II lltlll'llt/ ); OIVKN that ,
tax rnrtlfieftlee tog''tin' i r ulth)
'I' M it C5o B'' wrong but then she usually Is. She I ,iMiuertt, that the tux. ivrltflloicfther ... will lie, Hold 1 I.,. tlie h'M h. t
baby buttons down de front ob ...aIN, with .all *uhH<>fuentloinlllol | bidder at the I'ourlhiiuxe .1"..' inPtnrlce I
,n,' would have no rainbow, It. It sho were a beautiful dressAn' I really "had a time" and she andBilly I in I..d.. taxes held l l h>' the I on Iii,. 2.'nd, itn\ i.1' MM Il I. ': i.II
tears John Chene Powell are still going around Suit t. 1)1 llilel tlHeil "n..olt.. to the 1918 at 11 :00 ,,,belt A MDnteil I. II : ,
no
""n vs de Dowling twins! Dey were II.nd highest lililihT" fin mill an proviili'il this the 2nd ,111).1.,., !,. I ,
e) simply adorable in a Jumper chess j about together. I by riuipui' 1821X1, <.>t this 11117 HIHof | 1'1'IS: I H." '
I | lomantlcnl at KTlHlntiiiL. ii the following
That was a moon the pun| (OJo"I'WI.\T. 1 SMAI.: '
I w I can, I will- these are in dis here new shade dat one store denii. .Ilii-'t, real ,state' In the. .1. .I. MIIOAfASI'lelk [ LEGISLATURE i :
tin,' II" trumpet notes to victory calls British tan and de nex' store | the Tropical Party; some guests fi.inity, of 11'1,1.1.' ( Kluto of PloiIII or'Ircuit' i'"in,l ,.r ;
1 1.1J 'JI
I I complained, however that itwouldn't .II. to-Wlt.: Ilindfolil CountPlorld, 1
To be what we are, and to be- says It am parashlan an' de nex'I I Ad- I l-'uii' : I \Wi/i of Illh 3 S of It 1 4.8-31-4-22:! :
I rise fast enough. ut1:1': :' of alai! 1ox: .
come what we are capable of becoming store say It am terra cote. Jo:! & V'rt 4 I
kin's place I was well-decoiatcd that 'I'hut. portion W of ]tv See. 21 NO'1'110) OK a \1.101" 'I"X
Is the only end of lIfe.- Dot were beautiful In a navy 22 : 1I10Inln21 .1J
to be : II S R K. (" ( Minriirit: ;
wasn't it It ought I :
night ;
Stevenson. I dress wib a white eyelet boleioDoHhlu Alien Inure or loss NOT1C13 IlnilKHY: (11VRN:. that r1' HI] IS QUALIFIED .
those girls worked hard enough at I "h.> lnxeM. (o tie Mold. nin, nVldeneelt AiiHtlne' Paul line filed with mewritten ..
i I' I is only one way to be hap- were darling In l u black liv uiMtirientpii! NOH 3X0 and 1014 of request| that the tax certificate r
pI] d l thai In to make somebody 'linen dress wib a flowered bolera It. I'P.I2! mid 1UII: : 1'.p..llv..IY. and represent tnitethcr with nil nuhnequentomitted GIVE HIM: A CHANCE ; 1 1t 1t
Bill's cousin Jewell Plummer unpaid tnxen for the years or levied faxes held by the
tls ac Sidney Smith. Enza were lobely in a flowered silk I be at the dance, Thursday Kill': ID HIhn.: h I"-J'I/.Ive.' amounting State bo adveittHed and Hold. to the I
i"-iiisi' loudly, blame softly.- I dress And Juanlta she had on may tn $44.03. highest Milder fin wash as ,ini\.lileil p r
Bill says she's cute and a good sold tax tlflcalen together with ( IRSitl
Joy Chapter of the 1937 note
i ainerme II 'a Biitlah: tan dress wib white flow-
dancer, and hopes to show her a .nil rut Iaent otnltteil or Levied nf the L."I.llIflire. upon the following -
Phi ornaments) of a home are cis on it nn' one ob de cutest hats IIIYVN will IIP sold' l.i the highest ili-Mi'rllioil real estate In the
I good time l.lilcli'l. at the Courthouse, dour inatxrke Bounty of Hradfdid, ., State of FlorIda -
tin' lends ,that itEm ells hab eber in hers
i frequent Mammy seen
I Die 22.111. l day of April
Well I'll good-bye now. It's IHI ] to-wlt-:
erson I life. Fiances were smart looking say I HUH lit' 1 11'00 1 o'clock A. M. S13I I of VWl!, of !HWtSec' 2C TOBACCO GROWERS ;
Whist,, wi see depends mainly on I|1111 a white linen suit wib British I good-bye for good!, too and I hope : mail, hlH, Iho 'nil day' of April Tp( 1 1-1. U 23 I n., containing, 10 }''I r
: j won't forget old 1 Peeper. I've 1'JII '.lreatnl'n- or" lend :
riot w' look for.-Lubbock 'tan accessoiies Harriet was sweet you I IOI"Jo'WJAL SEAL) The luxe* In he snarl. me' vlditi, ,,,> dliv
worn out a kej'-hole: peepIng 1 I. IIHIMA5 t *.
'i din many A erllflrate* von. 259 and 77R of
HiA hi. has conferred a klnd- a aqull-mal'lne chiffon dress I 1 .; : f ii
I (-Ii rh of rinuli rouii' of
through but never yet I 11132 and 1(111( respectively, and i"<'plesini '-
nraihouKl be silent; he who has wib white acccsHories An' Elaine HiuilfiMl. 1'111), ).I..hll\. tnxe, for the viniH inn: tn 1

..rs ..mt should speak of It.-- i Edwards was sho cute in a precious :, think, have I heen anything as 4..61.4.22.tit I'HH! hiith hicliiHlve, ninnuittliiB, : 1..* Have you placed your HAIL INSURANCE? ''ii'\
i 1 sad to me as this farewell. So, .41.70. ,
1" linen dress wib de cutest ri : i oi 11 i; 1.1'10' :Nij of RWVi '
of'n'4
1 I printed linen blouse I hopes dat | goodbye, Bradford. May posterityfind | :MUIC-T::n./ih:WH; "o1 that Hec Jfl T|>, 6 S n. 23 K, containing You should have this: protection by all means and ,'f
-- -- you as clean and good as :you the. Heard. ot ,i-uiinty. (comiiiiHtloner. 20" VieH., more in lepn,
i 1 do boys won't get disgusted wib I I of I-triidfind" 'I < ..uIIIY. Florida !Its e The tax'H 'to he Hold. are eIdem. (.d the cost is comparatively low. 1 ISee
FAST RELIEF eon my writing about de gals clothes i, are now. linlleit 11 HiKilal' Election to he held hv i etltftinlc, N..... 371:\ nnd 799) of
DISMISSING SYMPTOMS Of Peeper. 111)' I the HevPinl" I elArtlon pltrlnrtH ofHiild t'n2!' anti ll 11 io..pei'llel.and n'pii J 1
but dry was so pretty I thinks i I .- l Coiititv. rue i the piirpono of de- ,Hint the nape.1,1 lazes for the or call us: today.HAROLD .
1: they needs some publicity or I lerniliilnir, win'Iher or not Bradford yearn 15'5!" : 'lo I91, lioth ImliiMiinun .. : (
EL : HONOR ROLLI founts. FUirlilii. nhult! I lio conHtitut-, iintlng to $A8.1.1:. 41
whateber dat stuff It. ed Into n I'"n" 1"'IoIII'lIou ControlTHMIIil AT.HO'V 2 Acre of Wj' "..I'
My den Seniors looked dignified I __ ', pulvtlint" to ("Imptni 17K08.I !N\V't;! : if SUV, of SEV:, H.. JiTp ::1 r
I Laws >if Fin, .Mia' Ado of 11137. the fi S H 22 E.. containing;, JAcred { I
In dose caps and gowns at de I ( R\DE .\ .
12 TABLETS Blinif. lietlli' mule or lemThe
baccalaureate sermon. Dey looked I I Madge; Mlddleton Teacher "An APT to Promote the Plant-: taxen to he HI Id me evlddurd, C. WALL
1 ;Inn and rnilintlon.:: Vlthln the l hy rrrtlflulr" '" NOH. 271 and stilt of Agency
ISC like de distinguished lawyers Edward Wehle Joyce McKinney, ttnte of Jo'I"rlll11., of N"l! Island1'unnn 1'1:12: ,nd,., I I'Ml:' r.-'p.. tll'.I\\ '. and upthi il
governors on' presidents dot dey 1! Glen Gilpin Minnie Lee English. In the Hxi. "t Ni of theRee.rvnd IIV, In.' "I..oId IRS.., for theyears Ml lines of INSURANCE
P.tver if the Stati .ifI 11131 I", 19H: hoth Inciui' ,iin 'v. dependable
mo'VI'SI'S ,
2 FULL are going to be InI, few I Kim. Ida ti. nr,vld, protfi, n ,, '0,1'115' I ,, tlr, '2 I
DOZEN 25c to come. IKST GK.\DK f. ... nv\\ i .tad. TioiliK'ort. .of nld \ i in I, ,f." i ''igi' ui i ti. : ;
"4,1. tl I",nun! ill ,il, I ,lilt,. it ..
n AKUllI tJylorhllxnu 'H1 n'' I 'led I I-
Wells, folksleq.! I guess I wills Mrs\ Roberts Teacher ___ ___ -- --

rc TON BAYER ASPIRIN stops and 1 bid you lIood-LJ)... I 1! Madge Brownlep. Bertia Ann I ,

OakulKc hopes dot you hab enjoyed reading | Dicandlo Danellla\ Jordan Minnie !

die column as much as I hab enjoyed Lou I i flaxen Patsy Dew. Isabell
I Ij'
|, wilting It, an' I wish my Parker Peggy Ann Wiggins. Audrey -
!
666 COLDSFEVER i I successor dot is if ley hab a Mooie !

I I l Mammy Sez next year de very

bestest luck and success In die THIRD GRADE I I

1'i.' :::' :Tafclrt. first day hear world Good-bye and think n Buddington. Teacher I WHAT A LOVELY KITCHEN.NELL... ITS A GAS STOVE ? HOW DO II 6 'le 1 '

Yo.. Drnpa Head.ekq.e1..M ae of me sometime. Ray Driskell, Bobby Dyal Jim OUT HERE IN THE COUNTRYTOO..WHY YOUR YoU GET WAY OUT SERE ? CAN YOU COOK A '

Try' "IINh. : Iy.Tlaat"W.rld'a Bet Always Yo' OwnMammy Frank Jordan, Shirley Judd, Gay j STOVE LOOKS MORE MODERN THAN MINE I I

Liniment Driskell Franklin Young, Mildred RIGHT THERE! St E. MEAL FOR 3 CENTS I .'
-
Ovada Gassett, Ruby
Edwards, OF COURSE! THERE ARC -JWQ TANKS ; l I{
We Wonder Green Rosa Mae Manning, Lorine SO ONE IS ALWAYS You when ;
BUSINESSDIRECTORY McKinney Joyce Moore, Merry ITS THE LATEST can you adopt ;.

Winkler. MAGIC CHEF a IN RESERVE country-cooking city style, : 1
I Why "Mamir\" at the .houaepar- 1
when cook the
Magic
got mad Saturday? L ACGASRANG / 13OKAY you ,
I ty THI RU GRADE LOOK
Chef with real "PYROFAX" !
Why Miriam was sleepy Satur- sl way -

? Mrs. Andrews Teacher \ SHIED HIGH Gas on beautiful rantSMOKELE5S.SWlNG i'
day Holtzendorf I
DRINK Billy Benson B. C. / OVEN AND
I
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couldn'tdance \
Doshia
and
Why Edna O'Neal ern stove! 'I
Willie
Charles Knight. \ f I r
Friday night ? I' :Marion\ Brown Evelyn Griffls, OUT BROILER /I For the small charge ofS.75youcanhave"PYROFAx" '

M Why Lillian Stump sat by Dan Sharon Hall Shirley Ann Noegel. \
lw .r '
a//] at Baccaleaureate ? J

/ If any of the Seniors will mar FOURTH! GRADE a 1 r Gas regulating equipment in- II. l'

II ry this summer and if so, who Bradley Geiger Marion Manning stalled. Any Magic Chef"PS'ROFAX" : :
In Sterilized Bottler If the Juniors will be as good Bobby Turner I
been Billy Overstreet 81 1 Gas range you i !
have
I Seniors as they have

The TauHn That Iprr."he"I I Juniors ? Esther, Jerome Grlffis Johns Merry Hazel Beth Knight Fields, I KNOW GAS IS BEST FOR COOKING, J [ choose may be bought on convenient d.. f ,

Why the Sophomore class was Bernice McMillan, Marjorie Sue BUT PONT YOU FIND YKOFAX"GAS EXPENSIVE V\ELC.TOM.VOL> WIN !' 1 PARUN&! .. payments. f I

PRESCItIPTIONEXPERTS WE ARE the only class not to have a' class Middleton, Margaret Montietb i NOW ILL MOVE TO THE YOU'LL.cove Decide now that life is too I
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song Mary Lee Overstreet Wanda > COUNTRY.IFYOU'I.I.GET short (for dust
welcome Seniors I HEAVENS NO1SAVING ,ashes kindling 1 ;
If this year's '
CARPENTER'S will be next years unwelcome ('I Pearce Betty. Turner Mary AliceYarbrough I f 115 US d' ME-PYROFAi"GAS v f wicks and soot! Send in the 1" \

alumnus? MONEY. IT ONLY + 1'r ,-. ,1 coupon and find out all about "'j'

Tnn REX ALL STORE I Why Harriet dl n.t go to the I FIFTH GRADE M COSTS ME 3 ORDEPENDACLZ 4 a \ fast convenient economical V'I I IA

dance Saturday night'For I Prevail Teacher CENTS TO COOK PIBIGFAMILIDINNER '
I I Mrs Edna cooking with"PYKOFAx"Gjs.dtp ; : 'rt! I
f' ", ,... 1.AKI3; FHO'STAf.KIH ---- R. V. Allen. Mary Bradley. TheiI P" L .
traffic
eight out of every ten :McKinney
Bell Mathew -
I ma Prevail Ray I
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.IROU) accidents which killed pedes-
It. LAWRENCE. Edward Saxon Lewis '
trians in Hartford, New Haven, I the ;
"ntUtrrr.l Smith, O J. Underhill Thomas Coupon !
Html t>t.
KfV/f'ro"'f1 InuuIT" M.A. during the five-year period endIng i NOW! F J i)

with 1938, the pedestrians SIXTH GRADE I ,

themselves have been adjudged re- Parker
F. Donald Bagwell Billy
C. HollingsworthHog j ------ ---- -- "j
sponsible. Leonard Peek Armond Thomas
I Elnora Bennett Dorothy Faxon i (ll.WIXY 8l DAVIS ..1

And NEW RELIEF FOR .' "T.\f' l" r*,, ..
Hominy SOUR STOMACH Georgia Gilpin, Ellen Mersereau I I

I Probably you know several rem- Marjorie Shelton Aziel Jackson. ex:. I I would Iflc m know how llttl ',t""

FARMS edies to relieve acid stomach and -- -. .........- I It would rent tote to cook whh.' 4f:tl.),

I acid-Indigestion. Blsma-Rex, a ments of present-day elephants.The "'7nOPA."t"" Gee :9

new delicious tasting antacid powder motor vehicle department : CAS SERVICE; : I m!

Denmark acts four ways to give you of Connecticut !is urciJIc blast niotoriit on the COOKS HEATS WATER MAKES ICE Irt HOMES: DEYOrtO THE: CAS MAINS ((1 :
sound three short
relief la a few minute It's wonderful to -

Furniture Co. the way It helps you. Buya horn when they see car coming See QUIGLEY & DAVIS I P
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We Are New bottle of Blsma-Rex! for SOc at with one headlight out, and to fE r

stock Receiving Rexall Drug Store Carpenters have their own lights repaired at DEALER FOR ELJECTKO-ACOU8TIO: LAB., WI1X1STON, FLA. I
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,# PAGE FOLK; BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAnlU!:, FLOJtIDA.. .. ..-- -.- ,- -=-. __ .__ FRIDAY_. APRIL-t2 I9,1ii ,
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.. __'n_ I sprays and steep In % cup of the of cake we are going to suggestfor Soak gelatin In < ":,1 :-
sl I I W. M. S. JIM Varied I water (boiling) for about five minutes Mother's Day. It is called a about five minutes. \ '"'

Program FAVORITE : I Strain. Add liquid to a syr- Strawberry Bavarian Shortcake.And water and sugar and ">,, ',, '"''in*

L-TT i ,$ oiictr.j I j TheVoman's Missionary Socle I up made by boiling sugar and remaining no ordinary strawberry short- solved. Add crushi-d II, I "'
two of water togethcr cake Is this one for it Is a clevel'twoInone '
I ly of the Methodist church me i RECIPES cups combination of cake and chill until ;"I i Kim I '<,
Monday nflernoon. at the churcl I for about five minutes. Whenj Then fold In wlnpp, ,i 1
9a Bavarian.
j cool, blend In fruit Juices and and strawberry rj I '
bualnom
..... unit held n program and pour over cake (dull ,,. n'
mootingand heard Mrs. W. A Now that the strawberry season chill. Add glngernle Just before The simplest kind of one-egg, Perhaps the best ,,, '*'
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Middleton-Rowe! Miss HiM'rinj To Review I Klschcr give an excellent repor t IB approaching Us end the fruitIs serving. Pour In glasses contain- butter, cake forms the foundationof this recipe aside\ from '"

Announcement has been made of The importance of Liing !; of the recent annual meeting held< getting cheaper and the house ing a few whole strawberries or this regal dessert. It Is suggested good-to-eat-ness is I H),".r u

the marriage of Miss Alice Rowe of Glee n I| in Tallahassee wife gets her chance to secure nil ; mint sprays dusted l with confec- that this be baked in a 9- the prospective hostts. "*
Miss Gertrude Heering. the berries she wants for next tinners' sugar and plenty of crys- Inch square loaf pun so that, when 'k
Sun-
and Gerald E. Mlddleton on will review the boo t. i The program subject was "ReRural It the day before and! .
COABy Lake Butler, : Cove Springs I to nothing for the annual round of tal-clear Ice cubes. There's a new baked there is room for the Bavarian i 'tad
In ,
10th Communities
day April of b building amthe sert out of the
"The Living" y wny" \\ ,
Importance I Ice cuber that makes sparkling ice mixture .,
the Jelly preserve and juice making.The on top. '"
Townsend performed review led Mrs WMlddlcton. E I in
Judge meetIng wall by a modern air
at the regular Lun Yutnng <
ty following recipes are some unusual cubes in 3 to :5 minutes! It con- Now here's the trick. Turn out eln'I"c,
; riMemonyMrs. of the Book Club Tuesda;Y who was attainted bj refrigerator, both the Ill) ,, /
MKUIeton prior to her night, April 26, at 8:00: o'clock. II Mrs. J. W. White. Miss Olive Ray,, and we believe, new waysto sists of steel grid with a little wa- the cake, wash the pun and replacethe vhriun topping will "H-I,, ,II,, ,I,
HOME: marriage was Miss Alice Rowe of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson wll II] Mrs. Pearl Simpson, Mrs. L. F, use this most delicious fruit. ter compartment above. Simplyfill cake in the pan with two and Just-rightly moist, h.. ,' 1
NEED, 'I' Jacksonville For the past few be hostesses for the club In thel I 1'1| Smith, Miss Kate Struth, Mrs. AF. ,. Strawberry Fluff the tank with hot or cold wa- sheets of wax paper crossed In the new ice refrigerator nm ... N.
FOR I years she has been employed In home on South Walnut St. Sauls and Mrs. Hogan Smith Merely fold quartered marsh- ter, depending on how quickly the bottom and extending out over the foods cold, but provide.nn, keep([
a W P. A. office In Jacksonville.Mr. The business seslon was presided mallows and sliced strawberriesInto cubes are needed. Place the tuber, edges. (This simplifies removingthe moisture and proD,
The members of the club arc Pile In sherbets grid side down, on the cake of ice cleun-wiishcii I ,II
A greet Mlddleton< Is the son of Dr. th...e over by the president, Mrs. Fischer whipped cream. finished dessert from the pan) well. In fact, it is 2.
to now
looking forward hearing in a modern air-conditioned ice b-mg
the horrCasting and chill. Stored in the clean
; and Mrs. W. E. Middleton, of Mrs E. K Perryman transacted Then top with: ommendcd that the
review of this book. EverybodyIs y hu-midlfied air of a modern air- refrigerator-and In a jiffy there Immemah
her duties and
Starko. He from as secretary
was graduated Strawberry Bavarian place her cakes, !
Invited to attend. will be batch of even mK.i
taste-
taste wh a
food
conditioned Ice refrigeratorthisdessert perfect
the Bradford School _._ Miss Amelia Ray read the financial '
County High
In her lee
----- -- a'I'I 2 tablespoons gelatin refrlgerutoi iM, ,
ly home and attended the University of report for the past month. too, may be made up | free cubes. By repeating this slm.I i teed'
''charade Woodman Circle Meeting day In advance. pie operation several times, one ',4 cup cold water keeping.
Florida at Gainesville. At .
present Mr\ '* Fischer and Mrs. J. VV.White
tar too f he Is employed with the forestry The Woodman Circle will have I were in Tallahassee the first !Strawberry i !Mint Cup I may make an abundance of cubes. !'a cup boiling water When ready to strv.m.1(,, mJrt", -
idered t I (Serves 15): ) % cup sugar cake, lift out from pan t ,
service at the Austin Cary Its regular meeting Tuesday night t week In April and attended the Strawberry Bavarian Shortcakl'lThere's u th|) h''
of Impor, There's about "the Hi cups crushed strawberries wax paper, remove the ,
memorial. at 8 o'clock p. m.. in the WoodmenFUNERAL annual of the Woman's something pipe lt
',cy to put< --- ,--------- I meeting merry month of May" that seemsto really nothing new under 1 cup whipping cream garnish/ with whipped (1'1', ,an, 'nl
f iff erations, Missionary Society. Mrs. Fischer Inspire all manner of social the sun-unless it be the kind (whipped) whole unstcmmed straw! ". ,
I gave Interesting echoes from this ._ _..
(,along In DIRECTOR functions. And It Is for those so- ----- ---- -- -
meeting and stated that the opening I(;
ed mani,, cial functions formal and Infor-
'I, A' '''ii\ \ ,: Th K; .(iprliMiit. Milken: It FoHHlhle' for .Me: to Render I devotional service was conducted I
Home !I'/: I"Ii i U.iVT., I'KOMI'T: mid C'OI.t.UI.ttI'y../ : : I' by Mrs. Frances Shepherd, mal-big and little-afternoon and!, I I
Florida t MODERATE: l'UI<:tSDeWIT'1' who used as her key verse First evening--that we are suggesting I! I II EASY TO CARRY HOME. .
several i Mint and Tell'Pretzels 6 BoxCartonsWill
(i C. JONES Corinthians 16CTi chapter and Oth Strawberry Cup j' -
methods'i and refreshments. I
Mnrkr, Florida verse: "For a great door and effectual
of theestabllHt Mttht I'U: : 6 sprays of mint be sale SERVE
I Mil. Monday EASY TO
t I I" __. .... .. is opened unto me and on ,
:.c .r.".___",, _,_,. -- L there are many adversaries." The 2?i ClipS water

in the h' a I door of effectual service requires i 1 cup sugar April 25th, at the
.recipes, 'a
i Y warm emotions and Intelli- cup strawberry Juice I

convenit'housewi' gence a warm heart of love and ''z cup orange Juice : following places:
i icorrespd
r Juice of 4 lemons
busy hands.: The State President I I I
II I
'a pint gingerale II
stated in her message that there I I
er busin, Strip leaves from the mint ,
nri 00.000 Methodist In Floridaand 1 n
Asa ted l much work to be done all over i
onthtion e s e s s the !state. The Florida A. and M. Miss\ June Bullen To
'
agpbusiness College gave a special assembly in
did .yet' Marry Richard Reese i I <(
of the
appreciation presence of the f
'. | I A. M. Darby
j jells Florid Conference of Women of Miss June Bullen has many i } ,
wit) Advertisement Paid For FrIend. of Eugene 8. Matthews
By
p the Methodist Church, and the friends here who will be interested j I I 4 I
and tha"Ing I II
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J music by the colored musicianswas in the following clipping taken i I Tip-Top Store / '
mor J greatly enjoyed. A tea was from a Daytona Beach paper: | /
of thelr'fresources r* 3 TALLMILK also given (in their honor at\ the The engagement of Miss Mar- I I

T'n I i Governor's Mansion-: garet June Ballon and Richard L.I I i I A&P
StoreSistrunk's
went lion wits an' 1 18c iRizTITI\ STORE The Starko Auxiliary was pleased Reese has been announced by Mrs. '" t

been de'The r 1 to have as a guest at this K.RBullen, mother of the bl'lde-1 i \ 4
hi r. LBH. Cash & Carry i meeting, Mrs., J, T. Guy, of Hampton elect. The couple will be married Store
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In May. ,
I present/] ; _____ Miss Bullen la the
youngest
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SUGAR 24c --- I e There are certain tKingi a
?|Jag woman fate j J i I Starke, Fla. I Mrs. L, S. Hutto Entertains daughter of the late Dr. J. J. Bul J. W. WhiteGreen's woman can do thai make a house
len and Mrs. Bullen. She attended -
?<,matfonwhich 1 ? Woodman Circle I more attractive and comfortable.
WK CARRY) A COMPLETE: LINE OF QUALITY FEEDS AT i Juniors Norman Park College, Norman
I p'' ,/ Store i And one of the best is to have
Park, Ga., and conducts the South
J Being ort" THE VERY LOWEST PKK'ES. SEE US BEFORE BUYING.JUAR.VNTEED Twenty-two members of the jun- I lea-cold Coca-Cola always ready
ior department of the Woodman Rldgewood kindergarten at 727
,y ti; been giI' South Rldgewood (for any occasion
Circle avenue.
were
I' ,ping- -f. Friday afternoon delightfully by the entertained Junior- Mr. Reese, son of Mr. and Mrs.E. A. H. Hall I; And ifs 10 easy lo buy la the
r
'Sconeerv tlon Flour Supervisor, Mrs. L. S. Hutto, at L Reese, of Holly Hill, has i handy 6-box
,
> anbecau 68c her home near the depot, with lived here for many years. He isj 1,
-- 24 lbs an S. R. Johns Store ICI-COLD COCA-COLA IS IVMY PtACI Bile
of the
*better f Easter Egg Hunt lasting from 3:30: a graduate University of,
Limit'lly until 5:30: o'clock. Florida and a member of Delta__ ', IT ILONOS IN YOUR ICI-IOX AT HOMI

mahb i' Games and contests were playedby I Tau Delta national iracernuy. tie isuwannee Store
is employed in the circulation department I \
rs of MEAL 10 Ibs. 20c j GRITS 10 Ibs. 22c the little folk and then the -
,, of the News-Journal corporation II IIFARMS
fully th event of the afternoon, the actual I .
rand me Easter Egg Hunt When all of the
2 were found the children "-
eggs as-
KANCVIH.l sembled in the dining room, which
Rice KKO.SE 5 Ibs.
: 16c
was decorated In Easter colors of
pink and green, and feasted on
I Faster eggs, punch and assorted


31-OZ. cookies.Mrs. Hutto was assisted by Mrs.

OLEO, lb.12i2c I Apple Butter 12'racsu / c In Ed caring Prevatt for, past the Junior little guests.Counselor For SALE

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Little Jimmie McRae

COFFEE GKOI'ND l't'IU:: 9 Has Birthday Party BY

,I :. C Mrs. Russell McRae entertained

twenty-eight of the younger children -

I,,,5.1': JERSEYCKAGE a LOAVES ,I Tuesday at her afternoon home In in South honor Starke of her The Federal Land Bank Of Columbia


I" CORNFLAKES 6c I BREAD, 25c young anniversary-con Jimmie's seventh birthday -

.,, 1 Decorations in the living and I

'. BEST I dining rooms consisted of Easter: COLUMBIA S. C.
J/,,\i':i..r BACON WHITE, 12k lilies I roses and zennlas. After v ,

,1 .\ POUND many games and contests, the
guests were served delicious refreshments For the next 15 days there are being offered at BARGAIN

of punch, cookies, cake
CAN
Charmer Coffee, lOc I I Powder ICE CREAM, pkg. 5c and lovely apples.gifts Jimmie of remembrance received many from : prices farms. These in size from 25 acres to 170 acres.

SWIFT'S JEWELLARD his many friends. Located in Bradford, Alachua, Marion and Gilchrist
( Assisting Mrs. McRae were Mrs,,
R. L. Kemp, Mrs. Melvin McKln counties.
t lb. lOc nay, Mrs. Harry Harding, Mrs.
.
Margaret Newiom, Mrs. Mike
Dew, Miss Grace Dew and Mrs : : '
i C. C. Thomas ONLY 1-5 CASH !L
t I Salt, pkg. 3c I I Lemons, doz. 15c ; ,

4'n Sunbeams Are EntertainedThe !r '

d' o0v members of the Gawaga BALANCE OVER A PERIOD OF YEARS WITH ',
r NO. Z Sunbeam Band of the Starke Baptist -

TOMATOES IhtCK-CAN 6c Church enjoyed an Easter egg
'
4 hunt at the home of the leaders,,
Misses Fannie and Doris Silcox: ;,,. ONLY 5 PERCENT INTERESTAFTER

1 QT. .WESTERN ROUNDS. Monday afternoon, at 4:00: o'clock,

DRESSING 20c STEAK, lb. 20c The young people played many THE FIRST PAYMENT HAS BEEN MADE' THE BALANCE
amusing games on the lawn priorto
the egg hunt. WILL BE ABOUT AS RENT .



.YvL : BEANS H.G.IIA1IY: E NORTHERN. PEAS LIMAS 41c C CE CS CWE CY were finding Edwards Jackie awarded the Young and mont Minnie prizes won eggs the Lee for and prize English findingthe Bobble for WHY PAY RENT WHEN/ YOU CAN OWN YOUR HOME




4 During prize of crackers eggs.the afternoon and punch refreshments were. ON THE SAME BASIS?

WILLCHARGE served by the two hostesses.

Those enjoying the party were: A NUMBER OF
THESE
PROPERTIES ARE BEING
Y OFFERED
N'' YOUR Vivian and Barney McRae, Harold -
1 Lennon, Minnie Lee and Esther
vL vL"i vLl I CAR OR RADIO 45 English, Lovlnia Grlffls. Madge

t BATTERY FOR C Brownlee Sue Biggs Minnie, Betty Lou Hazen Ann Flynn Dotty -, For Immediate Sale At Big Sacrifice

Jackie ,
l I Young, Mildred, Bobbie,
and Tommie Edwards, Elizabeth. .i I'
TO SEE .
THES
i n Charles, Agnes, and Julia Lawson PROPERTIES

Edna Coleman, Joan Silcox, Joan ,. ;4-
OR GET DEFINITE PRICES I :
,I Agent For Dinkins, Junior Silcox: labelle and :
Eddie Packer LeI: Baker, and 011 .

Peggy-' -Ann Feagle. ----- I H. S. McLENDON, R. W. BRYAN
TRUEMAN FERTILIZER CO. SEE OR ,
..
Hall Among the visitors present 20 Rhode Ave.
will be Miss Abbie Holden and a 318 E. Main St., South

: Better Quality largo clam pt candtdaUs are to be I St. Augustine, Fla.VRITE\
s voted upon for admission. All officers Gainesville, Fla.
and members are urged to be

r dSLSL Get Our Low Prices Before Buying present at this important meeting
i Mrs 1. S. Hutto, secretary of the,

7P 1 organization, declared yesterday





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pi'iO.11. \I'IUI. 2Z, .1938_ _. .. . BRADFORD COCNT TELEORAPII STAKKC\: FLORIDA PAGE FtVK ;. II II i iI iI iI
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Miss Mary Canova, of Tallahassee Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthyand Friends of Mr. and Mrs. C. C.I I '''f' .

r- spent the week-end here with Mr. nnd Mrs. J. E. Wilson attended Hoppe and lon Jimmy formerlyof I

her mother, Mrs. E E. Canova. the Easter Sunrise Service will be to lenrnthat '
Tampa glad
Bits of f fL --. i at Ribault :Monument near May- they have moved to Starke, TIP TOP "I ;"

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:ITrg. R. a Kldd: ana small son. port Sunday.Dr. where they will make their home.
.. I'
Richard and -- ------
William Powell --- They are occupying the DeWItt C
spent Tuesday In .JnckHon-vllle.' and Mrs. B S. Carroll and Jones residence on Mabel St. ', ,
I In !
call NevQs baby, Cornelia und Miss Lois Grocery Specials ',1
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Clerk of the Circuit Court A- J. Long, of Jacksonville, were here I .
Saturday and Sunday visiting Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Street Dendy and !
Thomas was a business visitor to
'n) ('EnNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND F ir. Long. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew, Ludwig. alii : \
( Jacksonville, Tuesday afternoon. 1 ''
of and! Mr and Mrs OF THE TOWN COFFEE lb. 15c '
Gainesville TALK
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OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN --. --- ----- I ,,
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PROtiRCSS --
Tommy Rltch. who is attending E W. Hayes and children peni
Mrs H. A. Bishop and daughter Robert E. Lee High School In
with Mrs. Mrs.
Sunday Dendy
Nina, spent Sunday In Green: Jacksonville, spent the Easter;: holiday Ludwig and Mrs. Hayea parents BANANAS Fancy 4lbs. 15c : :

I Cove Springs visiting relatives.l here with his mother Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Strickland at : .\

L.- White spent Friday Mrs. A. F. Sauls wan a recent Carrie Hitch- Kingsley Lake. :
I ictnolin Congressman and Mrs. R.
Mias\ A.I --- LEMONS 2 dozen 25c'
visitor in Miami.
lacKsonvllle.MIHS Green, Washington, D. C., Mrs. C. F. Fowley and daughter -- --- ,
In -.--- i spending some time here at Marguerite, of West Palm Misses Harriet Benson Doshia -- . .- --- ---- -- --- .

l Mosely spent Mon- Miss Dorothy Sapp was a visitorto 'home. Beach, are spending this week Smith, Frances Peek, Edna Pearce. I NEW .
Lillian .
facksonvllle. Gainesville. with Mrs. Fowley's mother, Mrs. Harriet Bishop and Mariam Guy. Beans lb. 5c tatoes lb. 3C ;
da> in -- Sundays Mr. and Mrs. t>. P. Carpenterand R. A. Thomas. of Hampton, enjoyed a house par- ,
----- Mrs. T. T. Long spent Sunday ------ --- ty last week-end at the Bence cottage --- -
Mrs P M. Barefoot spent lastThursday Mr,, and Mrs. F. F. Stump spent in Waycross, Ga., visiting ielatlves Mr. and Mrs. Ben Clark, who on Klngsley: Lake Miss Hope FLOUR SALE BUY NOW r
: afternoon In Luke
in Jacksonville. Monday: City. have been the and Miss Lucille Kenne-
guests of Mr. and Haynes
Mrs J. D. Chexhler and family, I dy were chaperons for the party. 24 Pound Silver King .70 j

Mr 1 K Q. Duncan and son, Kas- Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly: and Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKlnny left Monday for their home In -- --- 20 Pound Silver King .65 \:

Monday In Jacksonville. family spent Sunday in Jackson were guests Tuesday! of Mrs. Mc- Baton Rouge, La. Friends of Mrs. A. Z. A, l
spent 48 Pound Silver King $1.38
p ville. Kinney's father, Q. W. Hazen, In I will be glad to learn that she has
Mi' and Mrs L. O. Hazen spent -- -+ Brooker.Mr., The Rev. and Mrs, A. K. White- returned to her home after being 96 Pound Silver King $2.75BALLARD'S I .
Brooker with relatives sides and daughter. Helen, of Lancaster confined to St. Vincent's Hospital ,
sunduv m Ted Stiley, of Jacksonville, was OBELISK S. RISING I ;
and Mrs. Arthur Manassa S. C., were here the first In Jacksonville because of Injuries "
j ,< AverItt, Jr., of Jackson- visiting Monday.Mrs. .friends and relatives ]here and baby, of DeLand, spent Sun- of the week visiting the Rev. and sustained In a recent automobile 5 Ibs. 27c 10 Ibs. 48c 20 Ibs. 89c 'I'

Monday here as the day here as guests of Mrs. C. I. Mrs. W. A. Fischer. accident. Mrs Adklns Is Improv- --- "-
Vlllf, p.'nt ._
,,.1Ir! and Mrs. H. A. Mantissa ---- -- '--' ing but Is still confined to her bed. NO. 'I SIZKFANCY ,
t Julian Peek, Jr., is spend-
pD Mr. and Mrs. Mac Fischer, Miss: .
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Bishop ing this week In Gainesville with Mr. and Mrs. C. 13. Stricklandand I Edna Pearl Wheeler, and Miss Mlns Kitty: Hogsed and Mills!' TOMATOES can 6c 4{

relatives. daughter, Mist Doris, spent Betty Coreley all of Lakeland, Snookle Corpenlng left today for "
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the week-end In Jacksonville with spent the wek-end here as guests tin extended visit in North Carolina. -
N WORD ,
t TCENTA1 M\KR IIOSE'1'h! Telegraphnimtt relatives til' Henry Manassa Miss Hogsed will visit relatives SPECIAL SALE ON MILKLIBBY'S ,:
ra It.., See our CentAUordColumn ,..
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In
----- Hayenvllle And Miss Coi-!
COLUMN __ii_ was recent of his brother well, Mrs. C. F. Ward, Mrs. O. E. Corpming. In BlllmoroMISSION .
guest '
CARNATION 8 small 25c 4 tall 25c
Dr., B. E Kuno spent Sunday in ;
Fj! I K >''M bungalow, good con- and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Stansbury. and Mrs. Maria K. -. -- -
r Priced to sell. Wilson friends. ? closing exorcises SILVER COW 8 small 25c 4 tall 25c
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4-15-3t --- -- :
R JJt' o Rev. und Mrs. W. A. Fischer and various other uttiactions running \ ,
Mi and Mrs. A. C. Durden, of ,
loft Wednesday for a visit in Tam- Frow Strickland, a senior at there was still I n very /good l lI IF HIS IS TOO 1II.N0(' MAY II.\VK ,'..
ji panLF I Flowers for every Tampn, were visiting relatives i
rtet-.on In DeLand
with relatives. They will return University attendance on the Bible study at I

lion! attractively priced. Mrs.arranged.isnrnhly N. D.. here Sunday.. ..-- -- -- pa today <(Fildny< ). -- spent. Mr the and week-end! Mrll. with A- S.his Strick-parents I the ,regular service Tuesday evening 3 small for l lOc or 3 large! 20c ; ; : !;

uin Phone 102 StarUc, Crosby, of Pittsburgh, Pa., -- -- --
Lynn ; -- --
W i m i land, at Klngsley Luke.
Mrs L. A. Shepherd returned to "In The Red" was the subject I"Y II D.-- ;
U Is at the home of Mr. and '
a guest :
F __ her home here Tuesday night after \Used and a profitable lesson was MEALFANCY ; '
Mrs. O. W. White week In Ga.. Mrs. S. C. Cnrnell and two sons taught "The blood being the life
HOV ;F. J FOR RENT-Partly fur spending a Ringgold ; GRITS
----- ----- of
Ormond returned to their home of the flesh" Lev.17:11) J
iislHt'' R. F. Dcmorest. ltp I with relatives. ( : ) explains '
Mrs. W.1.. and Mrs.J. !
I Wimberly Monday after spending several I Iin n measure why the belief and : 4
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FOR SALE Porto Rico Sweet Potato i L. Anderson .spent last Thursday L. C Hay spent several days days with Mrs. Carnell's patents, 'acceptance of the sacrificial spilling -
Draws for $1 per thousand.Roy In Jacksonville. this week In Jacksonville with his Mr and Mrs. F. A. Scott of "The Blood of Christ" Ist I 10 Lbs 2to 10 Lbs. 20c ; :
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Kalch. Hampton, Fla. Itp son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and 'u. the atonement required for the sin I, __ __ _
Coilnty Commissioner Mallory Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Flume and : ROLL f
: Mrs. L. G. Ray.L. of the people of the earth. Rev.l:5. I"T'n rHl.NT Olt 4
FOR RENT Furnished apartment. Thomas was a business visitor to daughter, Mlsn Clara. Flume, spent Friends. were generous In their.
large cool rooms; front Jacksonville, Tuesday. Sunday In Jacksonville as guests BUTTER Lb. 30c' :
A. Davis spent last week in gifts of flowers this week and It I
looping porch Included. Mrs. F. of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mills. Miss ,
Fernandma with his mother Mrs. so happened that the color was .. .- J
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H Long. lip County Agent T. I\:. McClane Flume remained for visit. i'' ,
Mary A. Davis, and his sister, a longer appropriate to the subject used .
spent the week-end In Gainesville _____---..___- Cheese lb. 17c SUGAR I
FOR RENT -Nice 7-room home Mrs. J. R. Hardee. c '
adjoining Starke Air Port. SeeP with family and friends. .. -- Misses Marjorie Stump, Lois Ad- NOTICE OF LEGION MEETINGThe 6, '
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Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rlgdon, of kinA Katie: and Virginia; Fugate members of Jones-Lang- '
0"siett
Itp Mrs. Lacy RIgdon and children, Jacksonville, were week-end guestsof students ut the Florida State Col- ford-White Post American Legionare Macaroni 3 lOcLARD 10 Lbs. 47c ;

WANTED: Old cotton or linen of Miami, are spending several Mr. Rigdon's parents, Mr. and lege for Women at Tallahassee, respectively requested to meet .____ /. ,
rag..* a six cents per pound. No weeks here with relatives. Mrs. J. J- Rigdon. were week-end guests of their parents : near the County Court House next
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one and two Inch tid-blts wanted. -------- -..------ Sunday April 24th at 3:00: o'clock Picnic Hams :
Bring them Monday or Tuesday if Richard Long, of Gainesville, W. M. Wainwright, of Tallahassee i P M.. for the purpose of going In 7''' ,
posslbli Cash on delivery. Brad was here Saturday visiting his spent Thursday here as the Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Johns had as 1 a body to Crosby Cemetery for .

ford County Telegraph. tf mother, Mrs. F. H. Long. guest of his parents Mr. and Mrs. their guests Thursday, Mrs. M. S. I Memorial Day Ceremonies Pound lOc Pound 20c 1 '
-- N- D. WainwrIght, Sr. Beatty. of Oil City, Pa., and Mrs N. D. WAINWRIGHT. JR.Adjutant. l"i 111.I'
LOST Cream colored Jersey cow Mr.:!\ and Mrs W. R. Wright, of Kitty Blackmair, of Chicago, .
with red heifer yearling. Cow Palatka, were guests Sunday of Both guests were en? route 1 to Orlando __._. ___ __ .--- -,_ .
I has straight split In each ear. Mr. and Mrs. A. Wilkinson.. Paul E. Canova and Paul E. Ca- "'- .. =..". --. -. -
nova, III, of Ocala, were weekend --- -- -
Yearling has two swallow-forks In -------- -- ---- '
I right' mcl swallow-fork under cross Mr. and Mrs. C C Shepherd and guests of Mr. Canova's mother Mrs. O. W. White and daughters. :
Mrs. P. E. Canova Sr. TI-IIS
I bar ,JD left! ,car If found notify J. two children and Mrs. James .. Misses Etholin and Dorothy White 1
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H Manning. Rt. 2, Starke, or J. Shepherd, all of Hilliard spent the Friends of Mrs. J J. Rlgdon will Mrs. J. D. Clioshler und her guests, I
I A Flown, Brooker Reasonable week-end here as guests of Mr Mr. and Mrs. Ben Clark, of Baton
I be glad to learn that she Is recuperating -
reward lip I and Mrs. C. A. Knight. Rouge La were visitors in Jack- I
--_.-. after being confined to sonville.. Frldav r-F.i'" TH" T :
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-- -- -- ---- her home because of Illness.
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The W. C T U. meeting last .I U I Ut) 1
;" NAT SEZ: Miss ,Beatrice attended Mosely the graduation of Jacksonville -' week with Mrs. Kemp was in I ;!

I keeping with the Easter spirit and
If jon are the leant bit In doubtEr exercises at the Bradford County I
wns most enjoyable, every detail
', i" as to what tn buy for that graduation High School Thursday night. being carefully planned and car- If

:\ 7 Rift, I can help you. I managed Mr and Mrs. Tolbert Black and ried out. Mrs. Kemp was assistedin WHETHER OR NOT I AM ABLE TO CONTACTYOU ,

\; << to graduate a few years ago of Lake were wE'ekendguests the music for the meeting by '
baby City Mrs. W. N. Johnson and daughter PERSONALLY BEFORE MAY 3 :,
injlf and for that reason I am of Mrs Black's parents,
fully qualified to a Mr. and :Mrs. T. N. Kendrick. :t
ain't In' how meeting today will be with Mrs.J i
a Nay many years ago
but I'll never forget the thrill of Mr. -and--Mrs.-R. J. -Griffin-- and I T. Quigley at 3:30: P. M. Knowing that it will be impossible for me to see every ,l'' 1

getting that little piece of paper two children, of St. Petersburg, \ ,
with the cute little ribbon around were guests Sunday and Mondayof FAST. EFFICIENT voter in Bradford County between now and the primary, $ t

It and gave.Graduation that. Manhattan Shirt Homebody Mr. and Mrs. A. H., Johns SERVICE May 3 I take this means of sending an open letter to j 1 i

Mrs. I. Dinkins, of Bushnell, AUTO RADIOSA the public and hope that if you are one of the ones I miss :
and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reddish of 'I
Webster, were guests Sunday of SPECIALTYMA on my rounds throughout the county, you will accept "

Gifts Mr and Mrs. A. E. McKInney. I''
this message in place of a personal visit. ,

Friends of Mrs. V. B. Harrell !
will be glad to learn that she isrecuperating What I stand for and what I will work for can plainly be _,

QUALITY SLIPS after being confinedto YES RADIO seen in my political announcement in this paper. To this '
WHITE TEA ROSE her home because of Illness. I '
/ --- SERVICE I have nothing to add except to state that while all ,.1 I' ;i

$1.00, $1.29, $1.95GOWNS Hugh Walters, a ministerial candidates are TALKING about old age assistance I will {
dent at Stetson University, was We Cure Sick lUdio "
\ and attending do MORE THAN TALK about it for this is
j in Starke visiting friends 234 E CALL STREET subject my \

MAKE USEFUL GIFTS business. matters Monday. Any Make RepairedGood PERSONAL HOBBY since getting an inside view of it while '
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? $1.00.$1.95 Mrs. E. M. Thomas Is spending Reception at i was serving on the Social Welfare Board. Isn't it I ;

this week in Daytona Beach. as i Reasonable Cost logical that a man will do more for something that he JI''
the guest of her son and! daughter-
PAJAMASVOILE in-law. Mr and Mrs J. E. Thomas. thinks about ALL THE TIME than a man who thinks about i::1: '
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& FLAT CREPES --- -- ---
-- ... it ONLY AT ELECTION TIME? if ifIt
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Mrs R A. Thomas had as their .
1 $3.95
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TM $1.00
guests over the week-end, their has been said of mo that I do not "need the job" ,I
ion and daughter-in-law Mr and
HOLEPROOFHOSE Mrs. H M. Thomas, of Augusta That is right. I DO NOT NEED THE JOB AND I AM PROUD OF IT. "

Ga. Going to the State Legislature should not be looked upon''
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N ONE OF THE BEST Mrs. S. S. Dowling and daughter -' I as a remunerative anyhow, but as a chance to serve t.;

L 79c to $1.00 man, Miss spent Nettle Saturday, and In H. Jackson-H. Stro- the people of the county. I have made a fair success of ,:,,. } \

ville visiting Mr. and Mrs. James .Im. r my own business and believe I can make a success of

MANHATTANSHIRTS Godbold. I, representing the people of Bradford County. Not need- "

Mr. and Mrs. John M. Brown- I ing a Job, I can devote my ENTIRE TIME to looking out for : ", ,;r

KNOWN[ AS THE BEST lee guests and Sunday baby of of Gainesville Mrs. S., were E. YOUR INTERESTS instead of looking around for future employment .'"J 1'h: "

r e $2.00 Brownlee and! .), r. and:Mrs. J. )t. for MYSELF. If;
Brownlee. .a
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r BEAUTIFULTIES : : I
( Woodward and
Mr.
Mrs. T L. .U no further SINCERELY AND EARNESTLY ,\
r Mrs. Mac Bishop, and Mr. and

Mrs. Ray Armstrong, all of Jack- way than 't,;
!SFBINO! PATTERNS sonville, were guests Sunday of J. ','

25c.50c$1.00 .F. Klckllter. your telephone I .I :;'F FJ

Misses-Addle--and--Rosa-Baisden, Phone now I W. P. SMITH SR. ;

Mrs. Alice Jones and Don Stlley, .
It Pay to'Buy atSTERNBERG'S all of Jacksonville, were guestsover Johns & Wainwright, ;

the Easter week-end of Mr. PHONE 13 j 1 1.J
and Mrs. R. C. Buford. :Mrs. Jones (Paid Political Announc.iti.nl)

visit.remained. over for an extended Starke, Fla. :. .- _- : "" ._n' _. _. _._ _____.._ ,_ I +'

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d.r 11 P.\GE SIC: BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA FlUD.n', 1PRD
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PAGE SI) t I da Bank At Starke. payment on I Ichassis. BROOKER Ocala spent the wash' ,", -

$1867; F. A. Scott, held ,: guests of his parents. :\i "
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sits Vent Galney, Correspondent
ILF J WI'I FARMERS SECTION Ing two special exams., $3.00; LIVE STATE NEWS E. M. Hazen. ': J In|

LolIlReVal'ren, expenses, trip toj' The Easier holidays were well Billy Taylor and HHIII' I I
li$ I Tallahassee, $12.00; A. J. Grlffis, : mond, of Winter Han 111.
+ iJ NOTES OF INTEREST TO BKDrOKD GROWERS ( FLORIDA FACTS IN SHORT PARACICAPILS: I enjoyed throughout this community > ,I" t'
r rCOA' rY mint. salary/ March 1-13. $12500::; ; Severn Beater Egg; hunts week here as I:' ( HH ,"I i 'I"I "t'
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{ I I Louise Warren, salary March 1-15, I r- -I were given and were well attended ( cle and aunt. Mi iml) \\11, .I
W \\TIUS!< WOItK !RHOWHIIOICMOniN I II $!'JO 00; Rill Long, office work, OKAN'OK SHIPMENTS: W NEW LAW rrilKLI Hardy. '
I' ed the children of the community -
;( A CWI'KESSfE'EI.CWIIo $1300; 1. M Reddish, in lieu oil I TAMPA Orange Hhlpmi-nts MIAMI.Circuit Judge H. F. '! reporting a nice There is to be II, j 1'1, i,. ,
I'i'!' I Hints To Housewives : !: T <>!"' HOOT No. A Trans, $3.34; Nelson Green, from all producing! areas have Atkinson upheld a new State law lime everyone at all of hem.I I In the Brookur School. ,, ,/ iI\'\'

I In lieu of No. A 304 Trans, $6.48; / leached. tremendous and unprecoQutgloy making It a misdemeanor for Friday evening'! :, Apni:.. *
Wwkly from Home 1)4'lI1on..tr-. GAINESVIJ.LE.Hormodln asnn & Davis, (New Bldg. Ac- dented value fur this season From' wholesale beer and liquor dealers Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Ultch"and ': will be plenty of Kn\/ ,,\ .,, ''"

non 1"'III..t, Tit Ilnh..ooMY. accclerHtlng agent' In the root- count I material for new building,! Florida, alone more than 38,000 to sell to unlicensed retailers baby, of Ralford, spent Easter here I' and the public la cal IHIK' ''I''.'*

Ing of cuttings of semi-tropical ) 1010.06; Mrs. Elmo Struth typing curs of oranges have gone to consumers James: A. Dixon, attorney for a ii3 guests of her parents, Mr- and to attend. '
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: .". PLANMN4J.Simplicity plants In discussed In an article by / in Snpt office, $288; Starke and the totals for the past brewery which brought the test Mrs L. A. Brown I ---- ----.

ROM 4t iNEED t appreciation of flavor John V. Watkins, horticulturist Telephone Co., BHS $3.85. Supt. Nix weeks are more than twenty- case, said It would be appealed to Mr. and Mrs. H.II.. Brannen Indians told then!' ,t./ ,

combinations, and a knowledgeof ,I with the University of Florida off $14 30, $18.15; H Lagergren live/ per cent ahead of !last your. the State Supreme Court. He con- and! daughter, Pauline, of Lake but Norwegian vlklncs l.d(, ,,.I ''1.

t FORJI l a aI nourishing foods are ensentialIn College of Agriculture, in n recent (New Blilg. Account) Locating and Shipments from Florida, : have been tended the law placed an undue Butler, were visiting: here Monday.The in, winters. 11

' effertivn and satisfactory planning Issue of Florists Exchange, nation setting corner stakes for new considerably more than 2,000 cars and unlawful responsibility on the many friends here of G. B.

I Agree ,' of meals, according to Miss ally-circulated magazine. building/\ $000; QuIgley & Davis, weekly for the past two months wholesalers. Judge Adkinson ruled Colsen] prominent merchant of TRAIN 8'II.Ul'U;

the bonaettng 'r Anna Mae Sikes, nutritioalnt with / Mr. Watkins' research work (New Building Account) materialfor in a habeas corpus action by Brooker, were sorry to learn of Schedule of trains :uriTim! ; IJ,1't,
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BIUS. VANN E!AUALV
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1' the State Agricultural Extension with Jim'mod In A, Indolebutyric new building, $137.93; Clennle Louis A. Mlllard, a brewery truck the death of his brother, Jack Con- daily. Subject to chang urlut! !
TALLAHASSEE. Mrs.\
'2 Sose wr* | Service. acid, was begun In 1937 and to Hickok, clinic nurse, $36.00; S. M. Mary driver who had been arrested sen, of New River, last Saturday. notice.
of Pensacola, lost her sec-
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:ly home "Serve plain/ meals," sny Miss (date more than 12,000 cuttings Mott, extra drive, $1.00; Roy TomVllnn .--- Several from here attended the Southbound-Due !Starkp

;;;Charactefar : Slkes. "Mashed potatoes, roast taken from more than 80 linson, extra drive, $4.40; Florida and appeal to the supreme court SEES TIIKBAT TO QUAIL funeral services Monday afternoon No. 1-Local_____ __ t 1I 1 2i I,, .

,. ..- too t ham, kraut, graham bread butter, of native and exotic species// Bank At Stark, payment on note today from a ten year sentence for EUSTIS.-A. D. Miller says that No. 107-Through____ 10.o:, .. 2

sldered iSt'of fruit sauce, and milk make a plain Florida have been treated S.OOO.OO: J. E, Adkins m__ extra train plotting wreck to kill It her husband three In a If snmethl''nO'' .len't done, Flerlda, Avu'U_. and Mt...e. fi.., r.o irouuy and No. 191-To Miami m_____ m'V "'?"< .I'. m.'

; Impor meal." this material. drive, $12.SO\ ; A. J. Griffis salary was years I;quail will be extinct in fifteenyears I children( were transuding business Northbound-Duo 'tarl" .

sky; to purl;; The Extension worker IIHO favors I The horticulturist, according to March 15-31, $12500; A. J. Griffin ago 1935,tomorrow that her, husband on April, Fools'Livvie day W. or less time. He recom- In Starke, Friday. No. 2-Local_____ ;, :Jtl III.

*eratlonalong "J office expense, $855: ; A. J. mended that In other No. 108-Through-__ ,
Flor-
ftS one-dish meals/ such as a meat I'his magazine article, used chemical Vann, engineer on a Louisville & persons :Mr!\ Essie Waters and Mrs. Sal- 0 : 1\1.
> In ,,\ vegetable stew with dumplings' preparations In varying con- Griffis, traveling expense $15.00; ida cities do what he and his No. 192-Through.___ '1 2t' I
1 'I Nashville passenger train, discovered van lit Lucas and children, of n
ed mant.1lIome. milk Bill Long, office work, 1325. brother, C. D. Miller, are doing Starl.o and \Vnnnee
? 1 v.ih: bread, butler" and rontuitloni: In which the cuttings someone had tampered with Gainesville, were visiting the for- JJr'w"""
';1 . the Louise Warren, Salary March 15- here. "We trap of quail" No. 101 leaves Starke 7 ,
1 i .naIlV. She alHii/ sliesscs I were, placed' for certain periods of the tracks at a sharp curve near, coveys mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. oo. .n
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,Florida jj 31, $5000. he said, "imd release the birds in No. 102 arrives Starko ,
| i|1'" M/m'-e\ of well-prepared foodsnil l time. Taltcn from these liquids, Cottage Hill, Flu over which his! Mulphurs, Friday. i u. ...I,
several j JJmethods' pr>'ills out Hint boiled potu- Ihi cuttings were washed with tap I (tTrnnsportation Salary) had pairs In different localities. When Seaboard Airline Hull-

'(, 1q, "). (,",,1.1 l slaw bread and butter, ,i J water and planted in rooting material If. A. Prescott, $56.53; II. A. engine-----passed-! AJACKSONVILLE-safely---- ---- 'I quail are In the covey they won't 1. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Hazcn, of T. J. GRIFFIN. Ag, : '

of theestabllsr 1 il I .>.I(her, commonly used food j consisting of one-half German 'Prcncott I A. W. Puller mate. If they are separated And,' ___. a ,. '--'_.."'........_----
;l'' ., .. unpalatable if they are not l!"', pent moss and one-half white j $10.00; LKADS mated in this manner, each pair

r In the h't 'ti...ally prepared. sand. Cheesecloth covers were I I $10.00; :Mrs. Ed Durbln, $10.00; TALLAHASSEEThe The Jackson- will produce from one to two coveys I KEY-McCABE FUNERAL HOME
recipes, James Rosier, $68.02; J. D. Peele, ville area led, the entire State during a "
Never serve a food more than stretched over them. I year.
l' convents' ; $8737; J. S. Austin, $633; J. M March In the construction of --_.- 1 .tIRS.! L C: McCAIlE, Lady Attendant
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one at the same meal, she Mr. Watkins' results showed I 1 I

houaewl ., way Reddish, $3000; W. E Sapp, hotels and restaurants, W. :M. Taylor JACKSONVILLE, k-LA. ST. I It
cautions Boiled cabbage, kraut, that many species of tropical nnd I' HOIH5KS WONT RUN AUUUST1XE, F' \
; correspcjjl $2371 Norman hotel commissioner, announced .
; ; Levy $32.05; Mrs. -t ; W. ('hur'b-I'holle 5-1538 3(1( St.
LAIE
and cold 1 slaw, all served at the semi-tropical plants respond fav- CITY. Chairman J. B. GeorgeThorn- ;;
er bURin f Lubodl.i Johns, $7.59; Louis Mob- last week.' The Northeast District,
same meal, arc just too much cabbage orAbly to treatment with Hor- 'I Hodges of the Mate democratic executive -
As ar4*.( ,, Icy, $14.78; Louis Moblpy, $3.00: embracing Jacksonville and Its territory ---B" GIf
modin A and that most of the committee, announced last
ed ont:;.1 I IJ. F:. AclUins, 510 .OO: .1. Brown, Issued $145,850 of building -
t treatments can bo employed by week that he would not be a candidate -
tion a rn advising the use of different- i $27.GO; E. Lewis, $85.52; Nelson permits, while the remainder of UNITED J LIFE INSURANCE CO.L.
textured I foods at one meal, Miss florists who propagate the species I for rc-eli'ctlon, .
did SYBt I I Green, $2727; H. A. Prescott the State was Issuing permits to preferrlng'l
bualnesi| Sikes for example, gives creamed I which he uncd. |! $11.24; H. A. Prescott $1000; P. $100,250 for construction and repairs ho said, "to remain C. MrCAIlR, Trchldrnt, Jn< Ksom Ille, Kla. 1

ells wltl meat, creamed potatoes! and His experiments alno revealed D. Reddish $66.83; Frank Norman The Southeastern area, to assist in securing a delegationto I' to-
''J pudding with cream sauce as foods that many tropical and semitropical the national convention that will Industrial Life
and tha'r $142.72; C. ]M. Phillips $8 30; which Includes Miami and Palm Insurance
of the texture and nominate a real democrat for Y
mime recom-
ing ornamental plants develop H G. Alderman Beach, had $7.1,350 In durIng I O. L. SAI'P
; $7.50; J. M. Reddish permits KrpreNcntutlveBEASLEY'S
mends that such a meal be heavy root systems If the cuttings I Ial'e | i president of the United States"Shortly J
of their| $50.00; J. F. Hazen $7.45; March :
ed in favor of one that has OVOid-I', treated( with the material before J. F. l I afterward, W. B. (Babe) _- i- _____
Hazcn. -
resource $205 Tomlin- -
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creamed meat boiled Douglas! nlao of Lake City and 11lD'mbl.r '
In !
ment any} they are placed rooting son, $72.25: ; Jerry Moore, $1000; \VAIl O.V' (J.I US-O i
r'trh. bntror. And of the Florida Railroad
''Uon wit] sponge/ medium. I B. J. Kelley, $22 40: L. B. Hampton MIAMI.The sheriff's, office reports Commission RV

: been dof I i :',1 t menls me, served!, heavy :: In many cases, the hort 11I1Iul'-i, $3.48; L.. B. Hampton, $2.62; Its first arrest In a cam- would bo announced, that he fsliiI1
a candidate for the
The hpreaentt .I( iv. In order; if heavy i!j r lat explained: control of cuttings A. W. Puller, $1605; A. W. Puller, paign against gambling last week place. I

f ',, ''IX l I.ifijrved, light decsorlsinnld ,, ti.'ntpd only with tap water devel- $840: J. O. Boyd. $33.71; L. O. by Gov. Fred P. Cone and an- _._ THY OUR SERVICE ANI BE CONVINCED j
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| woman ho. the windup.o'I'ult mince ] oped no roots, while chemically Jones, $6,35; Jack Goodge, $9.50; nounced deputies would raid "on Another I

S "Ing? Inte I I Mlh a !sugar" cooky or Sherbet are''| treated, cuttings made good show- Mrs. Lubedla( Johns, $1.25; S. M. sight" any establishment where down strike way to break up a !sit-! ATLAS
]ll.' ht! desserts, while cake with I Is to remove the chairs
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I maUon ; pie, Ings In root development Mott, $30.00.Trnohers. gambling was conducted. Fred when the TIRES
y 1' which whipped cream, And fruit pudding While some plants showed littleor broadcast ball game BATTERIES TUBESTires
j js p Salary Fund Kyte was charged with running a reaches the seventh' inning.

'ii being oi { pre heavy ones, no response to the treatmentsof I Hazel Guy $21.00, Florida. Bank gambling room at the Spur Bar Unconditionally Guaranteed for 1 Year and 18 Months!

:, been gl 1 A rich salad is often served as Hormodin A, the rooting of At Starke $465.50, Florida Bank and released under $250 bond for l>r. Stuttaj

'0\'\nlngt.. ; the main course of a mea]. many was greatly accelerated, Mr. ft Starke 8050.00, Florida. Bank trial. The announcement by Joe The 30 SKHAfll-'VO-MOH minute ITCH: treatment. STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS

..w! eODllerv Foods should be prepared so that Watkins said.WARRANT. At Starke $290.00, Mildred Mir-' Conderman, chief deputy sheriff, Only No ON 14 application' necessary \\'ASIIINO-POUSIIISG-\V AXL'I GREASING

tion, an .' 1 their natural flavor will be devel- --+ gan $5066: Annie Laura Elston that the ban would be enforced fol- greaso. No mess No offensiveodor

--becau'better t1 oped. White, green, red, and yellow LIST $53: .33, Florence Brown $48.00, lowed privately expressed hopes by No No nailed time, lout clothing from school.or bed linens. Call 60 For Road Service

vegetables have the delicate School BoardThe Lubedla Johns $45.00, Carl Rob- the operators of two large casinos Ask about Dr Stutts: Oerml<,lo.lal-
Limit1ly .: flavor and attractive appearance erts $50.00, I.. B. Cody $98.66, Ver- which closed yesterday that they Sulphur Hoap,! t Easy Payment I'lan On Tires and Batteries
; mah At Rood drug: stores everywhere. LACY CO \\'A' FLORIDA.\ MOTOR LINES AGENT
of raw vegetables If they are na Sheffield 5666. Emma Hill might be permitted to reopen. CAlll'K.N'll.lfS IUtt.U STOIIIlay-) I t

berg of t cooked correctly. Bradford County Board of $58.66, Blanche Edwards $58.66; 3. : .....---,---------____ no ____
tully thVf Public Instruction met In regular -- -
.''and me Other tips Miss Bikes gives to Joyce Futch, $77.33, lia Reale Rosevelt Smith $38.25, Grace
session In the office of the Coun-
the housewife: Make staple foods $58.66, Jewell Roberts $61.33. Helen Robinson 4900. J. A. Jones
ty Superintendent at three o'clock
the main dishes and prepare them Cody $66.66, Mrs. L. H. Futch S0370: ( Llnnie Kelley $49.00 Dora'' 0 I I Jr
Monday, April 4, 1038. All mem-
In various ways so they will appealto bers were present towlt: $61.33, E. W. Wilkinson $53.33, Lil- Sanchez $19.00, Cleo Hadley'''

the diner, extend the flavor of. lie McRae $50.66, Mrs Lucile $1900, Flossie McLendon $19.53.1
J. II. Moore Chairman W. P.
more expensive staple foods byj j I ; Johns $25: .00, Simmle Hunter O. E. McGaulley $14.00 .
Smith, E J. Lewis. boxing record full of
combining them with cereal prod- $98.00, Pearl Smith $20.00, Pearl Gray $208 00, J. H. Benson $112.00. THE are

ucts, combine left-overs so they The minutes of the last meeting Smith $4370. Frances Tyson R. It!. Geiger $56.00, Julia Benson of the long, hard struggle

will lose their Identity combine were read and approved. It was'j $49 00, A. 0 Jenkins $7350, A. W. $18.00, Jessie Mae Brannon $43.33.

flavors carefully, prepare the I moved by J. H. Moore and seconded I Puller $23.00, A. W Puller $50.00, Evelyn Stump $56.00, Myrwln that most champions have before

greater part of the day's meal In by E. J. Lewis and unanimously I Flosxle McLendon $26.50 Flossie Long $80.00, Mrs. Bynum Perkins they reach the top of the ladder.

the morning, and plan meals ahead I carried I to use "Cclcure" on then McLendon $207.. Sarah Jenkins $12.00, Eva Anderson $58.66, Ver- Champions made not born'!
are -
of time for better combinations, new building. j $39.OS!!, lames Smith $8.64, James na Demorest $61.33, Rosalind Jacobs -

greater variety and economy and Mr Whitehurst was before the Smith $17.77, Cora Lee Keenon $61.33, Ruby Mae Perkins I They have to stand the test ot time.

more attractive dishes from leftovers Board relative to the 1920-1933 s.1 j $1900. George Edwards $37.50, $61.33. Dell Dowling $85.33: Clyde ,

A. L. R. R. t.ixea The total amount George Edwards $26.20, M. E. M. Howard $80.00, Ruby Lilly

----- fIt ..--.- of tuxes due the Board 1 for said I Roberts $22.50, M. E. Roberts $64.00, Lucile Kennedy $56: 66, Eunice i

m estimated, that 41,000 thunderstorms taxes Is $4,410.18. Mr. White- $2050. Hazel Matthews $23.60, Searing $61.33, Grace Wainwright w

occur daily on the hurxt offered to pay 33 1-3 percent j Harmon Morgan $4.40, Mrs. E. K. $66.66, Edna Hart $66.66, MADE N

earth of this amount or $$1,47008.j Perryman $22.80. Carol White Edna Prevatt $56.00, Lucile Edwards It Takes TIME i V t FLOttDAto

+ -- .- --- Mr. J. H. Moore mado motion sec $2 10 Irene Davis $9.20, Ethel $53.33, Madge Middleton j i|

The brontosaurus grew to a onded by E.. J. Lewis to hold< for Raymond $9.20 Myrtice Carpenter $66.66, Ernestine Buddlngton make a cliampianihip beer or ale.l Nalur baa

1t r rin length of 60 feet and attained a fifty! per cent of this amount. Mr. $33.30, Myrtlce: Carpenter $56.00, Willie Mae Hinson $58.66,1 her own way of slowly adding mellowness and

} eel weight of 30 tons. W. P. Smith voted to accept the 2250. Robert Faulkner $7.00, Evelyn Ritch $61.33, Ethel Biggs: : flavor day by day. Evry bottle of your favorite

eab 'offer[ made by Mr. Whitehurst of I.Nelson Faulkner $4.25: Mrs. Emma $58.66, Kitty Hogsed $50.66, Leola typo of S-B Beer ,.r Silver Bar Sparkling Ale isFULLY

u < KNTLE FOR WOMEN 133 1.3 percent. The attorney for Chalker $58.20, Mrs. M. Sapp'' Roberts $66.66, Pauline Howard AGED in our mammoth ageing cellar,

D.'. ,Jr Women' who have been seurchln the Board advised holding for fif3 3$7.00, Mrs. Dolly Brown $7.60, LeNora $61.33, Jessie Lee Lazenby $61.33, before a drop of any brew goei to your dealer

for a gentle laxative wonder ty percent, Caffey $49.00, William Ho- Marguerite Cassels $60.00, Myr- That why it maki you glad your.COMPANY. tbirsty.
Why th..y never discovered Rrxall' It was moved by J. H. Moore gan $7.27, William Hogan $41.73 tice Carpenter $50.00, Mabel Wall\

Orderlies before Once they try and seconded by E. J. Lewis to James Caddy $23.44, James Gad- $6133 Madeline Andrews $14.45,

this chocolate flavored laxative trade buses with J. D. Peele and ,dy $25.56, Rosevelt Smith $10.75, Madeline Andrews $36.21. SOUTHERN BREWING lamps Fi0r>d.

they are convinced. Even |If come consolidate two routes Rosier and

laxative must to; taken dally, :you Lawtey-Hlghland.
t'I will find Orderlies always: useful S. 11, Wocre and A J. Griffis

Buy Rexall Orderlies at the Rexall wer Instructed to set School' at

Drug Store, Carpenter's Drug Rising and pass! !! on work done and I -

I Store In Starke. pay bills for same If work Is satisfactory -

fzrsw+ur j; ,. They are also to visit the

I,Water Oak Colored School and report "FoSMALLERBILLS

1irPJ on conditions

4 a'r I The Board ordered the Boatdraln'school -I

t opened for the ensuing

f y- i school year.

forJUSTICE It was moved by E. J. Lewis and

I seconded by W. P. Smith to pay ,. .
b' '
0fTse Mrs, Lubedla Johns for eight days I

I|I sick! leave during this school term.
WSUPREEeeoc.
I There was no further businessthe

COURT Board adjourned to meet April
n ; rae 23.!: at nine o'clock.
syf I h' I
p
:
t Dtmocnttlc Primary J9J8s

r *. Activs Y.an t.p.nmt. m lh. I IMntrlct Fund I ,
f 4 e.rw.l PfAtnc*of l.w 1 J. D. Matthews, 3',4' cords

-- I $17T; H. C. Green, wood'i

1: vice $35.00; H C. Green, 3 days I 4 u r t

'Janitor service after school, $5.23: ;

t:41a4 J. H. Suriency, 2 strands wood, You'll I I be AHEAD with

r e $3.00; J. L. Peek, services as court a

i! reporter Trustees investigation,
:
s i iA
: t Don't Neglect Them IN.ture
1 $1500; V. R. Reddish, road patrol,
+ ? dostgnml' th. kldnsye te doe I
di 1 marvdous' Job. Thrtr lab Is lo kop til* $1500; E. M. Bennett janitor service i
:
flowing blood strvsnt ftse of sn eXMsstonic ol $40.00 R. P. Lewis!. janitor
;
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impurttlie. The t of
s -
; EWA iUrlf- is _......'I produslnc' llvlnf...Hit.tm service, $40.00; Ebb Thornton,
.tt.r th. kldn mint lro..
vs
nmove
tb.. blood U lood health Is to endura. janitor service, $50.00; W. B. Bry- !
\Vhsn the .klclntys. fall to lunrtlon M ant, janitor service, sub for N. CHEVROLETo
Nature -": Ihsre le ratentlo* *1
waste that may. eauae dy-w1Ae( "dla* Thomas $44.00; N. Thomas, three
,... Ono ... ..
may na. In beekaaae. .
; parslstant. h.d.....,,.,...a...ol* dlaslnasa.I weeks Janitor service, $48 75; F. A
9 .ttln. up ..I....., nlllnl, paOlaaialundar I Scott, rent, $2.00; H. E. Lagergren,
}, the eyes left Urad,aanuaa. ad
worneuUmqusait. survey Heilbronn School land,

I'hrr f "',.11'' ... lu..._....lit avMeaae,.a* "...10'.. Udaey Maaaeal e. 1000. MOTOR DIVISION, C.n.rol' Motors Sal., Corporation DETROIT
MICHIGAN
u bls'ldsv 41...'....._ General Fund ; ,

n ;, la a Th dlutMla raM.m.tIci alaad liia and to prapaf k lp tka traatmaat bib.,.e W V. Knott, State Treasurer
rid el maaae eoajoaiaes'bade -n-itiL, Transfer Transp. A ct., $1,000.00;
U Ur E. Dmuft P Io. Tbay ksi.e bad en*
(orty |an.. puSUe. epannlTaWendoraad J. M. Reddish! balance doc OB

1)...'.. tile aoonlry ."... Learn.* Trans salary month ending Feb.
gold at all dn>(_ ,
} 25. 1038. $1300; Florida Bank At Torode Chevrolet Co.

; Starke. Interest on note for $4,-
$ 000.00 dated 7-12-37 and one-half I
T h
% payment of note, $2,130.55; Flori Starke, FloridaJ


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..n"rRIL Z2, 1938 .. .. ..,- BRADFoRD COUNTY TELEGR.\pn: STARKE FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN ,
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SUNNY BROOK FARM life' Road 1 ,
Deuteronomy 8 "Suwanee It Is never pronounced

Mm. Floyd It. CrOHhy, Cor.Mr i AYAKAT OXFORD i ri When your friends seem to go that way. Foster removed a syllable
II
BOB JONES .:... The 1 1lLetter buck on you. hold fast to I CorInthians for the sake of the meter ''

1 and Mrs C'laudc Moore and J 13. Hamilton County. I In Florida \ I'' ,

atmenls, On Here children, of Tampa are visiting .......- HALSEy RAINES! I ([ : Box For an Inwsrcl ponce, consider! has Invited the co-opcrutlon of :

Hereafter Mr.'i Moore's parents Mr. and '-, 4t. ("! 'T ji' ic; : __ 'J! .'rfi,>m f.::' : .. !1 the 14th/ chapter of St. John Gospel ValctoMtn and Lowndrs County, In I I I

And Mrs. VM. R. Halslop, ,. ';-i ,' \; \,;,,;. .... '.! ':;\l.tl O' '''''''' tt.'Cf.! = I Georgia, her next door neighbor. .' :( '.*"I""'I
PICTUr.a Lawtey. Fla, In erecting at White Springs Flu, : ,
been
Mr and Mrs. Marcus Conner lliiviyou placed In a position ,
does. but "" J. -=- -- April 10. 1938. In the Suwanre Valley, a bronze i : '
what man of ? Itead I'
11"\t Mrs. J R. Kelly. Mrs. Julian Peek I great responsibility I
,II! Bradford County Telegraph: monument" of the poet to be surrounded I
wllulll do that exalts him Miss Arsulu Crosby and H. B. I WHAT HAS 1I\1'1.tXEU cruciating British humor on me ,Joshua. chapter 1. I'I'I' I :
Pleu-se allow me to tell I
space by a park An amphitheater :
h.wnlng ...1,1 that. There are Kelly were shopping In Jacksonville SO FAit I'm running, I the voters of Luwtey and North It you have been bereaved, there to be used by Stephen Foster I '

leutft of character but any last Wednesday. Aiuuijcd by the too elf-l18- Molly's expression suddenly StArke precinct that I would ol is a message for you in I Corinthians music clubs also Is plannedCeoiglu I

8 \ g!!" .1' pretty accurate testmAtlf Mlsn Nita Kelly and Fred Hals-' Hiin-d" manner of l>e Shert- changed. "Yes. running away, will been glad to have met all of them 13.: and Revelations 21. 1 I '
lu1 '"" by sitting; down and lop were visiting in Fort White 'I (Inn' Ainrilcim! athlete who halt your tail between your legs!" Ihe< before the election of May 3, but For a stirring record of what already possesses one I ., ,
memorial Foster the
,
,r '' himself. "What last Tuesday. Just urrUitl to continue his, ana know allot titist In God can do, turn to the to Stephen ',I '
challenged."I'm have been busy
,,8king
I very beloved of ,
ult\' could? Would I MtiKlien, at Oxford n group of llth chapter of Hebrews.If I composer plaintive ne
if I Mr and Mrs. Claude Moore have been and have
tat busy
fI"I walking away with my you ballads who died in dire "
.
011d' pov- I
wrong If kneW I COUld get Mrs W. R. Halslop and Fred Hals- English undergraduates plan In the air!" cried Lee "And Incase made up your minds as to who you you are satisfied with being i' erty. It is a stone marker beside I"""j'j'gro I :
10 I do a good u bogus; < reception In his. hon "well-to-do," read chapter 13: and '
. way with II"' Would lop were shopping In Jacksonville I don't see you again would vote for and I thought it 'I the bank of the meandering S'wan- ., I 'i<
ever saw me andribolY last Friday. I or. Ifv accepts the ovation not take of 16 of St. Louke's Gospel- .. "
i if nobody which I hope here's some' best to up any your ee River at Fargo It was erected : '
tieea ,.vpr knew It? Am I a O. M. Bennett left Saturday to at. genuine until tu discovers' thing to remember me by!" valuable time. Now It becomes If you have experienced severe through the generosity of Charles

., d man o.. am I Just careful and visit his children In Eustls St i one of the Ntiulciitn disguisedn With that he quickly drew her tc necessary for me to leave countyon JOSHes, read the last paragraphs of J. Hailen of Atlanta.-Atlanta .,. !i' ,.:

1 :IOUB"" At the judgment seat Petersburg, Pasn-A-Grllle and the Drim. Pursuing; the hitter him and kissed her full on the April 26, as I go to Fort Meade i-hnpter 8 of Romans I Georgian. I ; I r

I Christians will not an- Lutz ho runs up n street anti Then, without turning bad each year to ship corn and they If you are having to put up a .__._ \ I '
-hrlst
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of work and li-iipn" 011 u figure that turns. it Iff fight, there H a fine equipment : : \I ,
II tOE the quality Miss Doris Dyal attended school to HOC me look of consternation or advise me corn will be ready by 'CtST't! : 'r "
J of the work they In Stitrke and went to I out to be the real I) MII, who 26th to start shipping So wouldappreciate limed. at the end of Ephe )
; Friday I Molly's face, he went directly toward '- i TAMPA.The right of a city to
: could. An Ms. him off nltli u .Hierereprimand. i.ma !
jr done if they Silver vote and Influence. I.
Springs Saturday on a I his rooms I your legislate a minimum wage will be
1" sinned cad I
,
When have i
may lead a great many school picnic. I am mindful of the fact If you tested this week here when Walter I
rtwnffc" I HI? study ns he entered, was S3
John 1. Si. John 3: 1-21 : Isaiah!
pPHpl" ,ICI, (Christ because he has ac- Raiford Brown p.iftsed through i ('II.U>'nlt FOUR blenk and 1 bare. But through the t lected you would expect my co- and make Psalm 51 your prayer i Lewis arrested by Ihe police for I t ,

w 10 gri-at" crowds. Some lowly our section last Tuesday night en As Lee come down the stain windows were visible the toweri uperallon" in trying to give you If yOhave a fear of death read I ISt falling to pay his curb girls a minimum (

ChriStian moving In an obscurapber4 route to points i In North from the Dean's office Wavertrc und spites of Oxford. The bothwere whut you want and I am sure you John, chapters 11, 17, and 20, of six dollars us required by i iTumpa's ,
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be glad to do the A would not vote for me If you
would -- ???- "?- ? so-called ordinance
was waiting!!: for him. The Amerl- chiming out their silver-ton' II[ Corinthians chapters 4, 5.: Romans :, "jnok' I
work\' thE evangelist does If he had DOUBLE -"Ollna'I' run boy glared at him. ed message; of harmonious dlsa thought I would dictate to you chapters 8; Revelation faces Judge Watkins In the municipal I \ ,
to the crowds. Man looks :! what you should have Now, I court. City Detectives Gray I
,1CCC88 but Mrs. W. A. Tjli-r, "What were you doing in then Rreement. will tell what I have stood chapters 7, 21. und 22.
outward appearance. you and Williams charged Lewis paid
tlit him, for moment -
Lee looked about a
al Exchange I <
I I to the for me ? I
trying
God :'ooks nt the heart. Brown- I tjike rap then went through a door In I'or and some things the board han --- ..-.- .. only $1 a week to each of two
Mrs. O T. Brown and little son. he demanded.
not what since I have been member '
is man done a
In w light\ Ii this week with to his bedroom. His suitcase was ..'.O..UI':0.1). :.; 1IIK S'UANKK: j I girls. He posted $50 bond for his
Carl are spending
but what he would do that Wav'l.tc'ee's voice held a loiter lii When I started my term as In court. This is the
( appearance
de standing: In a corner Angrily.
waits him her sister, Mrs. Lottie Grlffis In of contempt as he replied: "Mj grubbed it up. To his astonishment school board member I soon found Communities In Georgia and first arrest to be made for violation I "
a Raiford.Mr. motives were purely selfish, mj that the bus drivers owed the of the city's "jook" ordinance .
It The lid dropped -
was empty 1 Florida me planning to erect a
ministerwho and Mrs. W. M. Norman dear Sherldnn. For generationimy around thousand dollars I
A story Is told of a I open and he attired blankly Inside board a monument to a man who made a i since Its enactment several months i' ,
was having his shoes shined. of Rising were visiting her brother I ancestors have been kicked I Crossing to the wardrobe he In borrowen money. Will say the little all'earn world famous ago'; and Its outcome will be watched ,, "

When he thought It was time for and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. out of Oxford.. Mine was a feeble ,' discovered that his clothes had oiinl has not loaned anyone a I i hough he never saw it and was by the entire state us numerous '

the bootblack to be through he W. A. Tyler Sunday I attempt to maintain the famllj been hung up. Then as he leaflet dime since I have been member never within hundreds, of miles oft other cities ore Interested In similar I

noticed that the boy had not half Mrs. Lucy RlKdon and children. tradition.' over to open a drawer, he found and will also say by July 1st we Yet irs a splendid Idea. control legislation. '
The minister In Bonita. Fay and Lacy. of Miami. I Dear I will have collected all the money ..
finished the Job- "Why don't you sock the It filled with smaller articles. Hennatched Stephen Foster was the man -

rather strong language reprimanded : are visiting her parents. Mr. and In the jaw?" replied Lee. lookinghis a handful of handkerchiefs that was due the board from. bus ..ltd 1 the stream, of course Is the !i Agrlcultuial! experts say 3.000- .

the boy for being so slow. "I Mrs. J. J. Rlgdon. amllz'm..nt.UThlit ought nnd started to te-pack when drivers.I S wunee River, which belongs tooth 000 tons of soil are lust annually J I j

nra sorry Si,'. but my mother died I A largo crowd enjoyed the welner to fix It." I thoic' cacao a knock nt the door. also found there was a dtily \) statpc Officially spelled | in American fields by erosion. ,

lust night and I am working to roost at the home of Mr. and "[Jon t you think that might When It opened there stood n payroll to bus drivers and teac-h- ----

make some money to buy some I Mrs. L U. Morgan. Friday night. be .er rather too direct little old man with side-whlsken eta anti I as chairman soon found I :JI ; K

fli era for her coffin, The man Mrs Juanita Williams of Ft. ?" Wnvertroe sighed. "Be and a gentle smile He stout bowing would not know when any teacher
I
1011I" hat ne boy was so blinded I Ib Worth who has been visiting here sides I don't seem to have the Initiative In the doorway"I or bun drivel' was paid the rmiwi,

i I h pars he could not work I with her aunt and uncle, Mr and to get into scrapes myself m Scattergood. your scout ,imount pur month so as noon a. I '

a 1IWe: never know the se- Mrs. L. U. Morgan has returned So; I try to use the backwash ol sir," he said oiikl, I hud I all t tciicheis and bus If

ii ';uii'iw' locked in the heart of : 10 her home. more spirited chameters." ""'hilt I Is this ?" Lee demanded diivcrs paid one check at ('11ur'\ '

uu' ,me who sits by our side on Mr. and Mrs Leon Conner of "Well tag along with me ant suspiciously "Another gag?" each month. No trouble to keep'

"i i railroad train We never know Rising spent Sunday with her you'll get plenty of biickwnsh' Scnttcritnnd looked puzzled Ill'' l with pay roll In this way I

tin- secret loneliness In the souls brother Mr. anti Mrs. W. R. Conner Lee promised. "What are you scouting for Now I will till you five things

of the peopla whom we meet In of this section "Say. did you really know It Indians? I the board has done since I have 4 I'..II. ....11.1. | .\.hprflMP"pall
tht streets. There Is something Miss Alvertine Johnson of was the Dean?" Wavertree asked, "No. sir," the lIttlo man replied!. been member.. We have paid I I

dreadfully pathetic about the Starke spent the week-end with with a note of envy "At the moment there lire no gentlemen 'I 2500.00 on old Indebtedness, most '( ,

yearnings and the sorrows of the her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. "No but I will next time" was from India at Cardinal." of which was outstanding since I

hearts of earths teeming millions. and Mrs. Ernest Wilmot, here. the answer "Skip It!" frowned Lee. "Whai 1932. We built new school buildings Protects food poafotlfr .Hoods. .. dally .tteatIoa'' .

When Jesus saw a great crowd Mrs. Lester Hall of Citra, and As he crossed the Quad Lee can I do foi, you? Vanderbilt cost $2,000 built \ '
dosserts No
S Freezes Ice odbes- water or electricity
He was moved with compassiontoward little son. L. H., spent last week heard a feminine voice call his "Oh no sir" Scattergood pro one at Hellbronn that cost $1,000 '

them. He said they reminded with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. name. Turning. he saw Moll) 'tested.. "It's my Job to do for you." both buildings paid for In full : Savm steps amiv BOM] Das .. nacUmry to wear t

Him of sheep who had no U. Morgan here. Beaumont approaching. He hesitated "I've been clone for, thanks, We have opened cafeterias in I i

shepherd, It Is not surprising tMittho not knowing what attitudeto Lee remarked viciously toaalnj three Junior High Schools In Law iI

Bible speaks of Jesus as a understands. He offers comfort adopt. some clothes into a pile As hi tey Hampton and Brooker Will I if

nan of sorrows. He knew the sorrows for a broken heart. When He wan ; "Hello she said smilingly. "I'm did Scattergood moved over and open one in Starke as soon as new fLI.

of all the race and he entered rpady to go away He said "I will :.flail, to see you survived the first begun to remove them, foldlnf building Is completed and splice f t : %

into the fellowship of the sufferings not leave you comfortless." He encounter" them neatly. .-an bo provided., I L' ,

St a broken-hearted world. promised to pray the Father that Lee *mistook her words for sarcasm "What ate you doing Mr. Scat Publishing monthly list of warrants .

It was He who said, "Come untome He might send us another Comforter -:, "Does Oxford always welcome tergood ?" Le demanded. having monthly financial

all ye that labor and are heavy The Holy Spirit Is the :: strangers like this ?" he ask "Just call me Scatters. I'm pack statement made. We havo bought ,'I' '

laden and, I will give you' rest." "Other Comforter." He does not od belligerently.!!: I Ing for you sir. How much will three busses complete, I two of ,I ) : 1

Someone( who reads these 'lines only convict a sinner and indwell "Oh. no, sometimes we don't notice you he wanting to take with you ?"I I which cost $4,000. We have consolidated '

may have a broken heart The Christian and give power for them for days'' Molly responded "Everything two roads together, with ; ''It

writer would like to suggest that .service, but He gives comfort to lightly- "You at least As Scatters proceeded to pack, t
each of the two large ones paying
lesus Christ is all-sufficient He us along the way of life made yourself known as far soutl: Lcp moved over to the window, drlveis $5000 per month. We are ,,,1
'is Didcot." Scatters looked at him out of the<
the two
&&&Kiii&&f8& < '-" ""'A""" ""' ''''':'''':;' Did living plenty money on
"If you ask me, 1 thnk that coiner cf his eye large ont and they are paid tot ,
ot nag \all H very feeble joke." I I "Quite a bleak day, sir" he said"Very
THE WORLD'S GOOD NEWSwill Molly realized that Lee was nol unusual weather for Oxford paid for except $194 C8We J

come to your home every day through cccptlng: the turn of affairs in a I suproso," was the sarcastic I had eight months of school, s

THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR very sportsmanlike manner. I reply several counties In the state only :
I '"Oh do you ?" she said Ironical- "It's this way more often that I j
I ,
International Daily Ntivipapcr l"I! thought It was delicious, i not,' Scatters said Ignoring Lee'). had seven
.
It r,cordt for you th' world's cli-an. constructive don: Tht Monitor .
all the to Ox- tone. "But one gets used to It. Now comes new school buildingfor '
do. not riploit crime or a.nai>tton: ni>ltrn r rtoei It Ignorithen.. it amu'le&.lIS way I
but deal. corraetlvrly mlth them. Feature* for buss men and all tha onl! What did the Dean do tc Scatters calmly went about his: first unit Stsrke This building

-family.-- lncludln._the Weekly Mugrfzlne section._._ ;cm? business of packing. "I don't sup will cost around $21,000,00when
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Th Chrlitlan Brlanea Publfehlnir Society "News must travel fast In till pose you've seen much of Oxford completed. The board furnished ,II

On. Norway Street Boston, Manasohusetla ,)!ace." Lee snapped."Particularly us yet, sir?' he asked. $7,43500 of this amount
.
Pl.a .. enter of my lubnerlptlon" to The. Christian Selene Monitor (oyperiod a joke." "Ive seen everything I want to paying same out of money we get ,ft I

i yrar $11 00 ( months tt 00 1 month. n 1)0) I month Ifl OH "The Dean appaientry didn't see" from race tracksWPA pays 'IJr
Wednesday Issua, Including Madeline Section: 1 year 19 00. e laiuei 3M .hlnk It was a joke." ':"Oh Unit's/ not possible" said I balance of bill. Mr, Futch who Is cms sr off EASY PVX&M&PUUV w

f4im.Adirus. __________.____ ______.._________________ ____ "I know" Molly said drily. "He's the other, gently laughing. "It running against me Is a scholar Jr
notoriously lucking in humor. One takes years really And each tlm ashamed of nobody and afraid of f--_ J
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$_;/tf -t op"aYOUR>; Ri-----------------; kicks him in the pants with the you see It there s something new nothing. Please. consider us carefully 1 f

,seat of Intentions, and he resents something you hadn't noticed I and If you find! Mr. Futch to '

I t: It's a wonder he didn't send before It soi.t of grows on one" be the best man for the place It ,

I down. "It'll have to grow mighty fast,, will be your duty to vote for him.

you"It wouldn't have made me sore ni far its I'm concerned' Lee saId! I If not I wlU be tickled to have MIKE EVERY .

I 'f' he had" coldly your vote. All I promise you Is to

& "Then Isn't it too bad he didn't! "I'm atrnld It doesn't happer ; work for best Interest of all

i lust think what an International that wny sir Oxford's to old to do schools! : In Bradford County :

E ill-time lecoid that would be. Arrived .mythlr.g. fast Now. take the Cn- I J. H MOORE : Ij

I ,I at Oxfoid at 3 1'. M. tht'tJl'al, for ex'irnplu. Part of It '._ is''J'm DAY HAPPIERwith

I Amused! the college until 3:30: ''ISIS lieen, standing for a thousand UIIKKK TO( LOOK

; !Sooted the Dean at 3:5:: .1 y<'uru. Tlmfn a long time sir hi r.U'.I.K

<: SHOlTZ lent down at 3:40 and off laid with pl.,.>". ,.
I' Leo uhowe'l! little Interest as ho When "things look 'blue," read J
inside the hour.
America
or this modern dill refrigerator for homes "ijbeyond
I Lee took It all In. Then he said: r cintel, l out he window. "Is thut it Tsalih chapter 40. .

ALL-FLORIDA : 'You've given rne an idea!" 1)\er there?" When tempted to do wrong read the gas mains and power lines! '
said Scatters the 13Ath Psalm 't(
sneered. "Oh, no. sir
"Of course!! Molly
CANDIDATE: ? You might looking: up "That's Alngdjlen Tow If you are facing a crisis read :>
It
don t try
Why you
i I still make it if you hurry." 'f anu beautiful too Ian t the 43th PsalmVht'n SERVEL ELECTRO LUX RUNS ONKEROSENE
iI \ are discouraged ,
I "What are you trying to do: get it. sir ? you : ::1fl
r9iri iI I rltl| of me ?" came back Lee. "Not bud," Lee agreed grudg'rogly. think over Psalm 23." I ,
If are "bored, read Pnalmi ( I
I "On the contrary it would be you '- -\I..apleDtilul..pplycl ; l'i
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Pald Political Announcement) I''tun to have you around Scatters' eyes twinkled. "I'd sayt 103 and l 104 or Job. chapters t-i ke cub** at alt tlr_. Hart of aD. it ,

-- 'tinging' woo I tiled to ex- was my favorite spot of ell 38.10. _ta blunuiDllyUttJetoopenw- t l

>lain the term to my tutor, buthe's There s hardly a night that I don't When business Is poor read No matter when pots lIve", jroa .. tually ran* enough to J,I I '
Jhe Point View Juan there and stop for a moment Psnlm 37.When I / ... !
of locked herself up In her room I now 01x107 the MUM eooTttiienoo paylorlt..lf.CUpeouanol"rln ,
I with a Chinese dictionary and fa[ almost like visiting an old you are lonely or fearful of modern rigermtion pon for free literature.NfAB ..=..:- I
.. rcud over Psalm 37.
0J1ie von t answer the door." Vlend. dear that dty bar.. Servel 1 Elotrohix _ _ Il '
of Lee's face softened; he was obvl- When you are anxious: for
like the rest to''
"You're Just It identical all Importantways
: a I itiHly moved by the old man's loyl'llty. -, >iirx, read the 107th Psalm. I : : _AT TNIHATTY '
said Lee slowly
hem here Gas
WIFEsometimes with the farnou Refrigerator It '
budget I 'I"
: \Vlhen you plan your i OWNER WWIWl
ouch of bitterness In his voice that baa been the choice for I
I When' I met on the train I "You'll be finding friends like read St. Luke's Gospel chapter 19 "t aur !!!" my B...... Etartrolux.It : :..,
condemns : you hut. trio, sir Scatters continued. : I'o live buucea"fuily" with yourfellow : hundreds of thousands of city borne aanpa avarythlnn ao eo4d. and Iraab. : .I:
ij hought you ueie& swell. I the ten It ...k.. preparation plesiThis '
follow Romans, chap- during past yean. BOM :
bells to Increase men,
the began
the husband for creat- "I thought you were amusing Suddenly I idaul kerosene refrigerator ..... Survly atvaa atapa .bveauiw. on* '
know- In volume Lee's face lit up tel': 12. domn't naval to go to the bojMmanc II
"and
ing an adequate insurance [ ,) too. she said 1. --you to hold \.1 he loked out on the Impressive Ii' you are sick or In pit In. r..ad' keeps food fresh for days-make* afUr tbl_ And It'a dandy fur cold I
,
Cor a moment I was going I drink' and lc. enaira."-Mr.. J. K. I ,
housework easier enable to
El Psalm 81Wh"n you
EstatcJhe !
4 r' by the coit-tails so that youDuidn't ccne I' EnlutU, Xanawto /-. I, .
you "Some of gentlemen who you leave home for labor serve new diahea and more varied ",
my
But
off at Didcot. "
t' get !" come bick claim they henr the >travel, carry Psalm 121 with 1\\ II I'I

WIDOW ( ( Paul"That would would have be been Juat furious too bad, jtir.it of the bells all through; their .,'ou _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ I I

'onl'Jn't It ?' Lee gritted yea," Scatters MunJ softly. "I'dnt.ure I When you are very weary s 'ek r -
to sir. that you. too. ':t. Mutthew 11:23-30: Romans '
said sry. I
always praises the ) "Yes, It woJl'l, Molly ;
; I will carry the sound of those bells 31-39.I: SIS'l'ICUNhSI"ldI; ) & SEED STOKE: I
wisdom ot the hiubnnJ ;. .4 almly! "You eec In our family It's rherever you go." I When, everything seems to be gong I ."I"4P. "'1.'J
and
all the Jol s. ''
whose memory lives t think up Lee hesitated for a. moment. from bad to worse, try II Tlmitny fT- 4 ivcn, Paul an Inferiority complex. immpbc* Informarlno alMiut 8<'rvA .
little hurrA" mnt, ') :.1.The I Ii .. ... .. .
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through Monthly! he did thlnlc up a lien, with a Bl ctroli f tn Karoaana K frlnar ''' .
finally
In,1 0 v.ticn couldn't It. She he Cal 1 I. "1 .ah you neecln t i way of priyer I [(In/tq/ 8, |i Ii l'\
fpoll
I
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come Insurance. d2i "ooil 1 linccd DIIU( at h..r watch. "Eut I'm I otlKr paLklnK any more bcu'- ,I 'nlm 42. 51: St. Luke's: Gonpel. ', I N.- lf,
I rIlto/ I mean haptrr 1 ::1-13 : 18-l-lt.: St. John'sr !
-1'' m go '
.ep.nK you, If you really want I I ;) l .'hu1'te17' Kpheslans 3. I a.R.F.D_ .___ ____ e. I.
r'- the record, you must 'r I -I'': I t" :iI"l..rlullnl1" "11 Si'iitIMS JI.e1| \ .
:. 1 try. for '. ,.1 I ,'.11..i a aap'iv !'!'it'l," ., leY The beci! in' estmcnt Is I Uendr otto : I ,

jn'Uat'n k i re tog tt remain' MI Mattlie Gonpal; chaptei: 6 : Tee- at'
waste, ''*any. et more little of fluttrrbut.un' that ex Li ,R;To; Le: Continued i I. Uoe i
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BJC.tUKCIt.) COUNTY TELEUK.Vrn. STAJIKK_ FLORIDA o. FRIDAY AI'IUL 12 1938I

r.\GE EIOIIT __ __ ..__. I
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On. FIFTV-TWO SKNIOKSGRADUATE HAVE YOU READ? UNUSUAL COURSEIS I Sapp,, and Rufus J C Alvaivilinail tntbi' ..,.nu., ,,


Bradford County TelegraphEstablished I TOO LATE TAUGHT HERE 'New Y'n"A1r.'rll:River: ::: An'lt, '" ,,t
"AMERICA'S 60 FAMILIES"By SNpe' : John: 4ith
Contlnund From Paste One) llptlhronni Managers u
1877 TO CLASSIFY while the Ferdinand LundbergUnique Beginning Monday, April 23: at mon P. D. Hd JI.h, N h ,.. ,
Mae Harley on the piano and startling facts I .L,. II Starling. ''Id:

fifty-one member of the das America's ruling families, 2:30 o'clock p. m., at Bradford I "1..lnltIanA"Ar.: .. ISi, ,,, .
about "
Published Weekly' on Fridays and Entered as Second Clalli!! Bx .nreel Florid.LL r.KaYserret.ry .*... Aa.... marched to their scats on the. and how they are employing and County High School a course In I ISinory I Lenin CrnwfoKl.LewlnHiouker Tat I.. \I i, ?, ''t.''W.
invocation
at Starke FloridaE. II stage Following the their fortunes today. A :: Managua. i I" ,
Post Office retaining MATHEMATICS. I
BUSINESS
Matter at the Prof. J. H- Benson Introduced, r. J. frown., If I.. lionwh. I, '

of Florida Is love- made short NEW method that Is endorsed by 'Htnwait.:
The east coast I'rof L. A. Gray who a I "HEARKEN UNTO THE VOICE"By A ,I .Kli i"J-

L. Matthews __ __ _u' ___n_Editor and Ownel ly ut this time of year. The glor- talk to the audience.The Franz Werfel the best educated men In our :-I., "" .
.0
J. H. ,
1I/001\W/ Chair, .
several "
Rev. Including principals
ious buddies glisten and sparkle second speaker was Another masterpiece by the au- county 4.22-4I-G.t3.

SUBSCRIPTION RATE in the sunghine. with a lazy Leslie A. Shepherd, his talk be- I thor of "Forty Days of Musil teachers, county officials and -

ocean lapping the shore. Flahea Ing very well received. Mr. Ben- Dagh. Snp't. of Public Instruction. You '\i OTU'''' Of ".|- fill' Ttf -

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months! 75c-Payable in Advance of every kind and character swarm son himself spoke a few word) are invited and urged to attend f611'I'Irll'4'1'1 w
NOTICI6 1H
Advertising Rates on Application the blue and turquoise waters in next and apologized for the absence :!I "HOW TO LOSE FRIENDS AND thla meeting and see for yourself. Sirs Houliih Kelly HKHI.'IIV hii-c'I'"i ,,I 01 If Y
that the rank- Slmms the' lesson will be FREE me written request rllh"'
such numbers even of Rev. J. C. First so come that i '' ,

est amateur can't keep them off guest speaker, who was unavoidably ALIENATE Irving PEOPLE"By Tressler and be convinced. You owe to iin.unt Hitirh-ntfH omitted I njC'" her or win l h.V I,.?l in'S Jjjjj

WHY TilE CONSTITUTION it( hook. detained. :yourself and family 'the bes ." .bald. liv the Stale h,' IIrh'IfI..n,' '
A rousing parody on Dale 'Car.nagle'll Jllll'
nlil to Ilse highest ,
I' ,
months German citizen: are ideal for motoring and A chorus by the Junior Girls' The entire course can be mastered provided ("hnpti'i fur l flKh.
Something over eight ago, a Days book "How to Win Friends BB liv: I IN1tJ7 '". .''t
there are a thousand and one Glee Club followed singing "Melo- In five lessons of one hour each arts of the I.i-Klxliit' ,,i iIn th,!

The Reverend Martin Niemoeller an outstanding anti-Nazi ,hlngs to Bee, but in spite of all dy of Love"* (Engelman) accom- and amusing Influence People. Highly; Gout? $5.00 per student IF you III,'the t"lIow'nlC Cnuntv' of....Brmlr'1 1 ,.li ,"1 i,I., "'.r.!;i:

Protestant pastor was arrested in Berlin because of his outspoken this the DUMB Yankees insist on panied by Miss Grace Dew playingthe I are ENTIRELY satisfied, not a "Florida to-wit: of.

Hitler. violin. An "Glow cent If aren't You will be the HWH of NWl/4 Rplu' i ,,?,,,, ,I' 1' ,
to the dictatorship of Adolph galloping north to risk pneumonia encore I you }"
opposition "TALE OF BALI" 6 8 )t 21 K? cuntalnlim n.. I ,,.,.
clime where No.tUl'e's .- Worm" followed with Miss Dew. I adv. lens
''n a less favored fudge.- more or
Later he was found guilty of the "crime" of having premature i --------- -
Tho glamorous epic of an Island tiv rerilflvatit No.. 9t ,"i, I In2P, .,
cussed and criticized government measures from the pulpit. lenly: freeze on her face and greetthe furnishing violin accompaniment. I kingdom. This novel bids fair to '0.f'.1 OP jPPI.'f4TlovPIIII fpertlvelv' and repl'-'r, <,if, 111514,r<<
The presentation of diplomas by T t T nt'Kit taxes for the yeain r'i > vl 1
with stare
lie was sentenced to seven months in prison and a substantial home-comer an Icy \ surpass her Grand Hotel for ]pop- (<(<>nf>... 11111 No. IA.1IVOT1CR : olh inclusive. .mOIlI1I1.I"., ". II"
and: chilly breathTliouunnds Supt. A. J. Griffis and the benediction IS HRltROY: fl''''''N. That. its 11 tax rertlfk-nt' ".. t. ,... njl
fine. Because he had been in prison for a longer period concluded the program. ularity. \\" Tfpnrv Andrew. hnhloi- of 5 III nil NiiliHt-iiiient, omltt.il i .
who journey northward -I : U1, Issued. ..,. I.'il.lddir
sentenced he '( TBX Certificate I -H will he Hold t. IL.,, _
awaiting trial than that to which he was was In April, ignoring our cordial Those receiving diplomas were: ENCHANTER'S NIGHTSHADE"By 'h.. firh, rtiv of September A. I'.). at HIP ("...'rlh,"iiStHike ., .' ,, 'i"
immediately arrested by Secret PoliceII to Thru Dorothy Alvarez, Grace Bar- 1 malt |,n" filed same In mv r.fflififl .. on the 8th dn\ ,.r t// ,"tt I
But-he invitation "Stay
free. was Ann
BridgeIs has mn l" nnullcnllon" for n tax at 11:00 o'clm A M
field Lillian Barnes Le Etta Cor-
,
trial sent to a prison concentration camp. May' ," will wish they had as they without question her finest d4"d to l h. tanned tlivrrnnRiild flitted thin. the tail ''I i \ \Ptl
without was .
penlng, Juanita Clarke Iris Crews .f ri rtlflpnt' embraces the tnl- lilts:
their
and the rightsit lilt and sniffle or cough way novel. V>wln'"r Iffmrlli" nri.ncrty In the .OFFICIAL SEAL
take Constitution William )
All too often we our own Betty Crosby, Crosby. .
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boutfn slush and snow.Accommodations .tv <.f rrailfnrd', State' of Flnrl- A J. THOMAS.
Perry> Calney. Mary Graves., Betty :. fln. to-wlt- I'lork of l-'null
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gives us too lightly.In costly and Green EUly Griffls E. L. Grif- "WARRANT FOR X"By Tom nt VR Cor of SRIof NRi/: I BrAdtorli CnuuI II"
the Reverend Niemoeller under hard to get a month or so ago I Philip MacDonald R''n R 715 ft. W 4/1t fl. N T4flft f-2-St .6-8,
contrast to Germany, fl3 Muriel Hall Ferol Jones JunIor w etas ft t' fleg, Px) N 1 ArrSortlnn -.. -
the protection of the American Constitution would in 1 the may now be had In this great playground Johns Mabel Johnson Louis I Ye Mystery fans! Id Tnwnnhlp 1 South. I
area at own price be- p Rant pontnlnlng 6
your
first place never have been arrested for criticizing the government ,uuse they say "the season Is Jordan, Mary, Carolyn Kirkland Keen Nelletha Donald Lavender Hley -- I The above and many other. rand *. Acres" assessment.. more or /IPMW.Th of .the sold niorsrty -

or its acts; he would not have been held for eight over" But the season we speakof > Martha Mathews Florence fascinating books of all types; tinder the said. rrrtlflrnto' I I...
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has to do with and tastes will be found at wort u'ns In the tinni of Gilbert
is artuicial It 1
; your
could not .
months awaiting trial and then upon his release Mersereau Melba Moody Emma- llxonfnloMH I
galloping dogs and ponies |gay Public Library In The Woma. mild rortirirflt, shall h... ,
line Morgan. Juan- .
be arrested and sent away to a prison camp without trial. All night spots where swing bands Betty Phillips Club building Open daily except< """""r"' d nrpnrdln to Inw. the 1
Ita Priest, Mae Prevatt Hazel ronerty l because such things are forbidden by our Constitution. and torch singers entertain. :Ev'Iythlng Supp, Irlne Sapp Novis Sapp Sundays from one until sTx o'clock ni.l to the highest' lilddf-r nt the
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else is the same: bathers p. m. Get a book or Join today court house door on the first Monday 1
Truly we take too lightly this document which guards Gayle Sewell Ruby Sllcox Ruth } the Month "' June. iii.iltnVl .
"led the balmy waters more Inviting .-- '-- .
Simpson, Alta Smith. Leonard Inhf I" the Gthl day of June ''\
our every right as Americans.-Crescent City Journal. than ever fishing is just get- a
Smith. Levis Starling. Maxine Sur- I R. Hr. Farnell Speaks n.'tbAd this. '8lh" day "' Aprl1 AIl
-U----- ing at Its best and all nature rency. Louise Stei ns. Leila Thomas 19311.
reshens and looks about for a I .nl I lc'AI. "FAT,1 d
UNITED STATES' GOLD RESERVE up Albert Tourella, Mary Townsend R. w. Farnell Lake City lawyer A. 1. THOMAS.ftpik I

The purchasing power of the treasury's $1,392,000,000 of lover Bonnie Turner Robert Ward: I and candidate opposing our "" .1f"r'1:Olri-nlt: : : r-oiirt of I
r"unlv'ni'Mn' '
April and May are perfect Julia Winkler Grace Dew, Helen' own R. A. (Lex) Green for the 1.e-t./iI.20..
the bullion,
gold pours into trade channels today, although iiont.hu In Florida. Let's attempt Norman Helen bowling, L. M. 'lleat in Congress from the second _. -- ------- I AS LOW AS

itself does not leave its vaults. The treasury gets a spend- 'o sell this delightful period to I InUlions the Gaines, Kdward Johnson. district spoke at length to a small fI't'U'V (

able credit for the metal by depositing in the federal reserve whose type and tempera- .-- crowd In front 'of the Bank Slitur- !VOTICR IS IIRnRHY: : OIVRN' to, $5
nent enable (them to appreciate lay afternoon ill m-cilltom And lnlnmntu. nvnlniie >
memorandum promising to on demandan Opens Shop i iJ' Important planks .> r: ...tp nf nvnlamln Tlocklnvlno 4
simple
system a pay heir charm and glory without I the i 1'1 Mr. Farnell's platform include "H.d to file your claim dlllv 90:3 CI. 4.50.21 ,

equivalent amount of gold certificate currency backed 1 by -.Id of such stimulants as racing, W. Mays, of Bronson moved I endorsement of President Rooielt \ "worn to ncvordlmr to Inw. with

the metal. aibaiets and game rooms. here this: week and opened a Radio I I approval of organized labor Iha f'nuntv from JiulRR th" first within niitjllpntlnn( eightmonths ofthis

I Rut my East Coast visit was shop in the building on East Call ion-interference by politiciansiborcapltal In notice| nr I he claim or A"'otlntwit
By law, each ounce of approximately pure gold is worth street formerly occupied by LHaa's fnroter Ion hnrrrtl and void
lot occasioned by a desire to gath- disputes adequate '"hlnri 11| 22nd. n nItAZRI. 1I
$35 in the United States, but even if there were no law the I I r facts and figures relative to dance studio. Mr. Mays a'' ,I 14, age pensions, opposed to legls- HOCK1XO HtiCSiatAN., 5.25.17a
well 'I. Admlnl.trtilx.
value might be nearly as high. The European free market he closing of another ".socalleI"I experienced radio repairmanwants >tlon dictating! to farmers for a osI

ourlst( seasont journed to to meet Starke and Brad- strong army and navy, and oppcd -
has been under but occasionally it I
price usually slightly $35 :ord radio
America's Riviera to ascertain If County users, and says to too much Court Interference. NOritlJ OK Fi.Ef'rlotfly :
has exceeded that within the last several months. he will later a complete line the newer vpMtml In them Thehoard
figure carry
I we.sible, how folks in this sectioneel -- --.- of 1'nl.llo Instruction. of Ilrnrtind I 6.00.16
Both because the American price usually few cent about the coming election. ,)f ,radios and accessorIes. Mr. t. County, Flnrld.i. hereby mll
was a Mrs. .. ,
Mays Is an expert radio repairman Avy Stilley 'i t rtinne to he held on Tuesday,. !
Attending meetings and rallies :May Seventeenth, 193S at the school $10
higher and because the United States appeared to be a safe Mrs.
: had an opportunity to watch Avy Stilley died Monday onnnH In th. following named. dinrlrtB -
_. in her home to sleet| three trustees. each
morning Stark
place to hoard the money of war-scared foreigners about --- near .
with Sholtz and Pepper In action. II"" assess. the mlllnite for the .
$5,000,000,000 in gold came to this country during the last Vllcox I missed as he returned to Services At Lake I the cause of death being old age. tilnic two years: .n'j Thousand ..f car owners say
Funeral services will be held For the purpnee of holding this
five years. Wnuhington and cancelled his There will be services Sunday ..I..II..n l In each district. the amazing low-priced
probably Sunday morning, depending Goodyear them
filTe
the I managers aiappointed more
peaking engagements day as
( it
The desterilized gold largely was part of this inflow. Asa art to hear him. Klngsley Lake Missionary Baptist | upon the arrival of her, lUm"., I I' service for less money than
planned Church. Preaching will be by m-ln-law from Vanderhllt Manaecm. Elleryf any other tire they ever .awl!
result, the treasury now owns $12,800,000,000 of gold- While in other sections of the! Rev. Ivan BoHannon and everyone moral will be .officiated Michigan. The I Come In ice It I
over
bythe
about half the gold in the world. Before December 24, 1936, ttte I had heard many conflicting) 11 urged' to attend. This will be Rev. L. A.
Shepherd of the
whenever the treasury bought gold, it paid for it by printing tortes as to sentiment on the low-that, Mission Day 'and all members ''Baptist Church of which the 'GOODYEARSPEEDWAY
r east coast; I was Informed rtould bring 'their tithes to the I .
currency backed by the metal. The gold-selling foreigners holtz and Wilcox both were I 'tore house fbhurch: ). was a member. Burial deI'ceased
he in
Crosby Lake .
/: thus got dollars which he deposited in a bank, and the iron* and would divide the vote J. L. Silcox Clerk. I deceased is Cemetery. The

riot Pepper taking the leavings. ._i_. ._. survived by a daughter .
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bank could lend the dollars out the same as any other ckposits. Mrs Harry Barney of Starke, ,
Alter a Week's careful check
.!James Thomas j I three brothers
Benjamin and Rob
m inclined to feel that It will 1 be 0OODYEAAppO0YEAA

u csc of Sholtz and Wilcox divi: James E. Thomas 74 died 1Us In I ICite of Starke and Arch Kite cfLand. .$ tahtl ofr "

with home near Hellbronn Frlda and by three sisters, Mn. tWoiW
DEATH BEGINS AT FORTY if? the "leavings" Pepper after J. W. Hicks and Mrs. I. I ; Coln nrnx'lo0.CrrPC
tinning first in most of the aic.. light a short Illness. Funeral L Wil-I! i r'elam p'kra'
The Travelers Insurance Company has just issued a little Neither Claude nor Dave were lei-vices and burial were held Sun. &mson, both of Jacksonville and ry d prom SeAOV

lay In Live Oak at 3 o'clock m. by Mrs. L. H Austin of Sterk( '
p
Claude still
booklet "Death Begins at Forty in which it is pointedout \t their best showing
'le effects of his illness was be- The deceased la'" survived by his Funeral arrangements were I incharge 1 1I
that underlying reasons for America's horrifying auto drewat widow, two rons and seven daughters of DeWitt C Jones
ow par, but he continually I
mobile accident record in 1937 were "too much speed and too ICe nnd responsive audiences and also bv' two brothers and< -- -_ -- _. ) I I

little courtesy." hat clearly Indicated his strength.n 'i sister. Mr Thomas was a well Small EggIn

known strawberry grower and.
According to the booklet, statistics show that if one ha this territory. farmer In Bradford County. Funeral contrast with the enormous
I was really disappointed ,Jn
an accident while driving forty miles an hour there is only: lave. The old "million-dollar- > arrangements were in charge hen egg brought to our office re-I

one chance in forty.four that somebody will be killed, but mile" Is gone. Growling and fJf the Boree Fcneral Home. Gently rl'om by E. W Hayes an egg| WtF V BATTERIES
---si.Figures. -,-L__ a normal Rhode Island Redhen < I r; ;v
if the accident comes while one is traveling faster than forty, narling like a cornered bear, helIces weighing only 155: grams I V SPARK PLUGS
: curious listeners with his Less

there is one chance in nineteen that somebody will be killed. ')nek to the wall and finishes toad Due to the withdrawal of Elbert (n about by J.half H an Fields.ounce) was Mr.brought Fields: V LIGHT BULBS

Forly-thousand-three-hurtdred persons met death in traffic ( the wall between himself and Sibley from the county commis mid the hen had been laying regularly JUDGE ELWYNTHOMAS V FLASHLIGHTS

accidents fatalities hose he has been so frantically loners race last!" week and
last year. Nearly forty percent of these the subsequent 28 ounce (per dozen) ejgs V BUMPER JACKS

were directly traceable to speed and ninety-seven percent of ylng, to reach. Recalling the refund of his qualification The curiosity is perfect In shape'

,lays of "Our Dave's" ascendance. fee, the total of the qualify ond wat laid, Tuesday I V SEAT COVERS

drivers involved in fatal accidents had had one or more years t struck me as really pitiful. Ing fees paid by candidates of the ----- .. --- I FORT PIERCE

of driving experience-in other words, they should have Here as elsewhere in the stat county Is $.441. instead of $t:59.: lIS: Makes Good Record i Candidate for

tilted to find much interest In was stated In last week's Telerapli -
known
ettel.
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illroitd commission or Supreme -' according to A. J. Thomas, Carpenter's the local RecRlIdrug : Justice Of The

The driver guilty of speed and discourtesy on the high- ourt candidates Those I talk Clerk of the Circuit Court. Of atore ranked fourth in Florida : Register Motor Co.

way is a potential murderer-and should be treated as such o> seemed to concur on Buford,: the $441 the county gets $26.t.60and ( / in amount of products purchas- Supreme Court I

":hnpmnn and Thomas as leader. the County Democratic Executive "rI from the United Drug Company
apprehension. Common discourtesy is usually simply 2 i
upon in the Court race. Gillis Is liked, Committee gets $146.40. during 1937. according to the Rex-: Group

a mark of ignorance, but when applied to the fast driver it id. respected here and his friend ........ --- aU "Roll of Honor" just published 13 Years a Circuit Judge : Starke Fla.

is a mark of manical disregard of human life. No amountof Ire working hard In his interest nOOTSIc; 11J..111I1I'IM 1-\ booklet form Only fifteen dreg'stores Paid Political Announcement i ,

Watson and Futch are not wlthouipport In the state were on theroil. -
"wire-pulling" should allow such a to ( \ I
person escape pun Effle
Crawford
and both appear to be Cor. IBesides ranking high In -t-- .0=0-----:: :;-OCl :--- -0=01 ,

ishment. making some headway but this litoman Florida' Carpenter's was 155th In

Laws in themselves cannot instill common sense and :' territory and he II carry Mr. and Mrs, c. E. Crawford' the United States In the amount of j

l chivalry in a road hog-only fear and respect for the law will t. are the receiving arrival of congratulations a little son born on products between purchased by stores In'towns SPECIALSSCRATCH
Matthews looks like a safe bet 1.000 and 2,500 popul'tion. -
6)) 1 H' do that; and rigid, impartial enforcement is the club to use. 't the Railroad Commission race April 7. .

-Crescent City Journal. JUt Carter will have to look to his Mr. and Mrs. "iJathle Rhoden of -

iirela for this boy King has de- tarko, were visiting Mr. and .,. C'''':NI'IrIeATEttvo I FEED $1.98
0.- Mra. Bartley Johns or N 'I.r. 0. TtY _
loped surprising support and hit Sunday SOTh' OIVEN: that
I THE nEST PLACE FOR YOUR MONEY poul to put a south Florida man Mr. and Mr.. W. E. Norman of n., w. AIJerntaoll'hae f lad with
Gum 01'" written r..t that (ha tax ,, ALL MASH STARTER $2.75
Branch ._
1 The following bit of sound advice comes from the Titus- nn the commission Is proving effective. were visiting friends .rerliflratre together with all sub :
and relatives! In this .1".011 oninled.
section Sunday fir la-led' .
I know Idea of t..1
ville Star-Advocate the any- h"1 by I h. State
he
i' : 'ody beating Jerry sounds rldlcu- afternoon. .said 10 the, highest hldder"v'rIlN..d for and I I" : GROWING MASH __ ____ _. $2.50
casltIas
? The first and best place for any man in business to put (Iou". but stranger things than that I Mrs. J. L. Grfukins. and son. La- provlch'd by Chapter 1498 or the I

I his money is in his own business. The chances are, if hecan't Lave: happened and King may belie I! cy'.of Water Oak section were (111.t93I. t..llowlnlf arts ot the dwrrihed I"'jfl..llllllr"real ,estate upon BROILER RATION ____ $2.58
visiting friends and relatives in In (ho ('o..nly nt "'""'"'*. State
or
and this be the time.
make it make in his business it won't make boy may laridr
own 'nwlt11
money thl l section. : '
--. .- -- Sunday. .\ NW'; or SR' LAYING MASH 20* $2.16
.
Po ot ny S..a. ____
him any invested ill home other business. "The I Mrs. L. M. Murrhoe 3
money moneyI've and daughter I To. 8 N 11. 22 11. rontalning
I invested In stock companies" reader of this said Sheriff Hits Mule Ruth spent Sunday with her 14 Acres. wure n i' I I..5N j 20", DAIRY
a paper 1"11.? vexes 10 I" geld, FEED $1.82
err rvldancfd __._ _
Sheriff O A. Andreu, en rout daughter and I IMr. .
son-in-law Mr. hy
I and rertlfiretens. ,
:186 aml
Nt,3 p'
recently "has cawed trouble and and loss than
me more grief !o the scene of the accident Inwhich .. J. L. Guskins. of Water Oaksection. 19:10: and 19U respectively. and %

the money I've invested in my own business. If I had it to two University of Florida represent 1 192) tnsnts un.td. tenth tau Inrll..lv, ... foi' .the amonntIng years 24 DAIRY FEED _____ $1.95
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do over I would not in iiU-nls were killed early Sunday Mr and Mis. A. J. Yarbrough. I.. U1211.
put anything except I
my money my I ,
F I a LSD: :<11'h: nr !se: a HORSE FEED
nornldg had an accidental collisI ot Gum Branch I. S'ir or,1" ____ $1.75
1 own business and a savings account." was visiting Mr.and :\ "r fll'1, lOr sny' H..c 3 Tp. t ______
I Ion with a mule. The mule was Mrs- C. E. Crawford. Sunday R 'II 22 t.:. mtalnlnif 60,
I Arrrs, mare i>i. lei.. I WHITE
.
OATS
lIIed and the lItel'noon.Mr.
: Shurlff'a automobile .
.. $1.73
9'Ite 'a x-e t I. 10. .old 111. ,'I A BEAUTIFUL OLD CUSTOM: REVIVED 'rushod on tne front right-hand I Cecil Crawford and A. J. Iov rertiflcs'e Ns. 257. 591! and 594of
:lie He was accompanied by It. Crawford 1911. 1933 and 1933 respectively. GOOD
were visitors WHITE
One of the most pictures']iie ways of raising church finances ;:. I' to Worthington and, represent the unpaid laxt, for CORN _____ .. $1.65
of .
Enstep one the occupantsthe ; Springs Sunday the' years mil) t" Mil. both Inclume -
is being revived in Iowa. It is the old custom ofGod's the truck featuring/ In the fatal! MI. and Mrs Charles Gasklns. amnuntln. to f U1.03. STIVER'S
!! BEST
::1..d. SHORTS $1.85
tax M
tin.intethiT with _
of
Acre. One good farmer there donated Methodist t .Iccldent. I Water Oak section were visit- 'll" .h"1 emitted Vr Levied '.
__ n x,5 will h. .,....
e-
log, friends 5 -
? to the highest ---
Churches in six counties, enough seed' to plant 800 acres o'1' and relatives In this 1,101..,r 1\1 ,he reurihnuae door ----- --
Outside wittered l leave should section In
Sunday : ,
afternoon
C'ark.: "''0 ", Complete
dot Line
corn and the ministers are distributing the seed among their moved from cabbage which MI'. and Mrs. C A. Hilliard and ,I9.t5: .4l I Oil ,10.I k .\. :or."r Ap"II. Pcultry EquipmentSISTRUiK'S
farm !I stored In the flgbd i ',I. (n.. art d.ti ,.1 .\I.rll.OI. .
parishoners. They RP.'fl'e. of course, to return the I refrigerator Put anily of Woodiawn section werevl"ltIn. 9'.t

!h' cabbage In a tightly-covered !" their M. f.fMT.,
ested to the daughter and
corn churches. It is singularly fitting that son- A .
Ih to prevent the odor from pre-> In-law. Mr ind Mrs. J. B. Gaskins r THOMAS.' FEED & SEED STORE
Clerk
maintenance of God 8 churches should come from the soil. ot ""'\"' Court of
mea ling other foods or this section Sunday afternoon. IIradtord. County, Florid. I I4'ta
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