Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 6, 1938
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02644
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[ Wins .'DUNCAN I Cabbag- -King- -- -

pepper ._ Legislature Race

\ In First Go Round'1 HIGH MAN rM tir POLLS LARGEST Still In Doubt I,


\ Is Returned !i Cross Dedicated Absentee
Le.\\: Green BUSY BUT QUIET Ballots May

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Without '"" Cause Second
Musi I Made
,", Run Off I Hlectiollllistorllls SHERIFF SAYS ELECTION:

TroubleFUTCH I 1" JJ'UIlouo1as, I As Poll Tax MOST HELD ORDERLY HERE EVER Primary

.. ; I However I Goes OffHistory
LOSES I'' I "It was one of the most orderly INMAN LEADS
_. '. "i elections I have In
-- ever seen
I : was Tuesday
Buford and ChapmanWill ( Lacking Ilt more than 1,000 I -.oIWl r-1 _,''L 1iiIiI, For the first time In their lives Bradford County." Sheriff A. O Three Run-Off Necessary
votes of having a Andreu said in discussing -
majority over Wednesday -
: R A Hunnicutt, Moultrie Oa. many voters In Bradford and all '
Keep Places IIK | two opponents with returns com claims the title ** Cabbage/ King the rest of Florida's counties enjoyed Tuesday's primary In County Board

In Court plete from 68 of the 71 precinctsIn with a cabbage Velghlng a full the privilege of voting with- "I made three trips around to Contests

the eighth Judicial circuit, T E I sixteen pounds even with several out the payment of the usual dollar all the polling places In the county -

Duncan, Gainesville attorney, led loaves stripped dway. poll tax. just to be sure that nothing
One of the most Interesting the field In the race for state attorney Flocking to the polls In unpre-
A new high was set In this : disorderly was taking place, the
Senatorial ---
United States races .1'' ,. (. with .240 votes -- county as 2,569 qualified ('lectorsexpI't'sst'd sheriff continued. "I must say cedented numbers qualified voter

ever held In Florida wa broughtto )""" I Facing him in the second primary themselves by meane of that the voters seta fine example In Bradford County Tuesday nominated !- '
close Tuesday with the reelection 'F.r: CITY WATERWILL
commissioners In
a the Incumbent K on May 24 will be another X marks at the polls Tuesday. Tuesday which I hope they will
of Claude Pepper, three districts school board
; members -
I Gainesville tollow In all future elections.
attorney. Zach H This was slightly more than sev
over four opponents in .... In two districts decreed "runoffs"
; -
Douglas!, who was second In the enty-five percent of the 3,200 who The sheriff's remarks were sur-
the first primary. L In two commissioner dlstilcts -
L three-man race with 5,040 votes were qualified. I prising view of the large number -
reports from 1,252 of and one school board district
florldi'B 1,338 precincts gave ...."'" ".,--- ,p .._... .ti i Iin the 68 precincts Although the number of votes of people who thronged the and loft the race for repre-'
I J, C. Adkins, who has held the COSTLESS cast Tuesday was only 336 more polls here and at other places In aentutive to the
233,117: Wilcox 106.197; II Legislatureteetering
Pepper 49,398; Moore 4,999; and I This large cross at the top of j position for the punt sixteen years, I than the 2,233 recorded In the primary the county almost the entire day on the vergn of a secondprimary
Sholtz 3,902.In I! a hill at the east edge of Clarinda was eliminated from the race, be- two year ago. it must be -- +- ---- -- to be determined definitely -
Merchant Iowa, dedicated this Easter, has 'ling third man with 4,207 voteR I remembered that a presidentand this
morning by the opening of
most sections Pepper's vic- I Trustees Announce Rate
been made a permanent outdoor Duncan carried all six of Urn a governor were to be elected handful of ubxcntee ballots
hailed as a vote of con- l BERRY DEAL u
tory In President Roosevelt I shrine free to the use of any who I counties In the circuit In piling up Cut for All OverMinimum ; in 1936 while the primary just Lucky enough to be nominated
fidence rare to use It for worship tl Is his big majority, his narrowest closed took place In the "off year'
had to I II I' In the first
Since the Senator appealed I I primary over two opponents -
permanently floodlighted by the margin of victory being In AlachunCounty's when the vote Is .traditionally sup- STILL .
voters on the basle of unqualified each were' Mallory Thornus
simple and costless of a 27 posed to be light
power precincts where the
support of the New Deal. candidate for re-election to a
wind-charger such aa are now vote was Duncnn 2,791. Douglas I When compared with 1931, the
Star'ke's Congressman Lex A reduction In the water rate' the Board of County Commissioners -
for farm i last' "off year" election before this.Tuesday's LINGERS ON
common to give power 2,691, and Adktna 2,218 I
(for Starker
Green was returned to his seat In was voted by the City from district three, and Dr.
radios and small lighting systems. I Voles In other counties Bond TrU8t II.'t their vote Is truly startling \V
Washington with an overwhelming were regular K Middle-ton, candidate for the '
directionof Only 9t6 ballots were cast in the
The cross was placed by I
majority over* his opponent, las follows: monthly meeting Monday night. School Board from district two.
the pastor of the United Presbyterian 1034 first primary On the basisof
R. W Farnell, of Lake City The Church of Clarinda, the Bradford (complete) : Duncan ;I As In the past. the minimum, thin 200 percent increase over Good Rain Wednesday Mao! nominated outright Tuesday
count yesterday stood at 45,221for 1.434 Adlcins 576, Douglas 426. charge of $1.35 still for the I L. L.
Rev Mr. Henry Orr Leitman,, By I I pays 1934 It can only be Imagined what May Prolong were Conner for re-
Green and 15,157 for Farnell. night its glow may be seen for Gilchrist (cdmplete) : Duncan first 5,000' gallons but all water will take place in 1910. the first I rlt'cUoIII county commissionerfrom
Justices Rivera Buford and RoyD several miles. 763 Douglas 383 Adklns 171. I above this amount will cost only opportunity electors will! have to Shipping I district two; T. D. Dyal for

Chapman of the State SupremeCourt Union (complete) : Duncan ; twenty cents per thousand In the vote for a president .and a governor re- lection aa county commissioner -

won renomination over D 973 Douglas 344, Adkins 233. I future instead of twenty-five without the payment of poll Berry season officially closed from. district five; and J. HfTore .

Stuart Gillis of DeFunlak Springs, cents taxes. Tuesday at Lawtey with the shipping PN school board member
Levy ((16 of 18 precincts) : Pun-I ,
and John Melvin Hearn of Live 3 KILLEDIN can 1,108 Adkins 823 Douglas The action of the bond trustees ---- --. ------ of the last car containing 478 from district one However, the
Oak respectively. 713. II wan taken because of the recent Mother' Dan ServiceA pint crates. The shipping In Starke nice between Mr. Conner and his

The vote In 1,106 precincts was WRECK dry weather that has called for aI 's expected to continue for some opponent W M. Edwards was so
Baker six of
Euforcl 139,163 and Gillis 88,703 I ( seven precincts) : I I I continued use of city water to hold special Mother's Day sermon weeks yet If a spell of wet weather close ((393 to 386)) that the lat

In 1,087 precincts It was Chapman Duncan 1,081 Douglas 483, Ad- i I, lawns, flowers and shrubbery. will be preached al th* Presbyterian does not set In. Experiencedobservers ter stated he would probably request
NEAR HERE klns 276 Sund,, '. \
Church Mrs J
I valuable have ) said the a recount
144,l.r>5 and Hearn 43.308 + Many plants perished rain Wednes
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A run-nff on May 24 to succeed j i because of lack of moisture, it .1 Benson_. will sing A day night was just what the fields From returns tabulated to date,
Cap and Gown Missing was snl Id.l -- -- ------ needed to continue the
i prouctlon George Inman. candidate for representative -
retiring Chief Justice Ellis was assured I ,
Elwyn Thomas of Fort Road 13 Curve Adds Mrs. T. T. Long high school Instructor The water rate reduction Is In Kaslern Star NoticeA of high quality berries) of sufficient to the legislature, has

Pierce 92,162; J. Tom Watson of To Its Heavy says that one member of answer to thei demand of beautification school of instruction will beheld volume to warrant furthercar received a one-vote majority over

Tampa 78,171; and Truman G the senior class failed to return needs, the trustees Htuted. In the Masonic hail Friday shipments. both his opponents, T. Frank Lan-

Futch of Leesburg 61763. The Toll the cap and gown used at graduation They are anxious to make It possible May 6, at 2-30 p m. Mrs Muude, Threo ram, inciulnc toe one drum and W V, Smith The open-

trend! >, votes indicated that exercises, She asks that this te> keep up the appearance of Swllley, grand Instructor of dist Tuesday, have been shipped from inK of several nbaentce ballots today -

Thorn. ,iml Watson would go Into Three men were killed 1 (early be returned to her Immediately u, home KMjiinil.i i I I' t eight, will he In chnrge. Liiwtey In the past seven days: might throw the !race Into a

!the. yond. primary. Thursday morning In an automobile --- -- --- ---- one Saturday containing 603 second) primary In which case In-
State Railroad Commissioner smash-up on the curve just I rates and the 478 crate and last mnn will run It off with Landrum,

JeW' tarter, of Tallahassee, across I ho Alachua County line UNOFFICIAL RETURNS ,rates an the 478 crate and last the second high man

,ppltlwon, a first primary several miles below Starke. "The car out Tuesday, making u total of I Two places on the County Hoard

lormnation in group two In 1,093 accident occurred near where two 1.51O crates, Prices ranged between 1 of Mond Trustees were settled! with

prcrmi: he hud 154.951 to 49,680 young University men lout their FOR BRADFORD COUNTY $1.50 and $2 and shipments the election of 0 J. Phillips over y {

fOI Wallet Kehoe of Miami, and lives, also In an automobile accident brought farmers an pHtlmiiteil 10tuin \V, Fred Moore by a vote of 267

43080 N.i' Wilbur C King of Zolfo three weeks ago. PRIMARY ELECTION, MAY 3, 1938 of $2,491,00.Three to 13- In diHtrlct one, and R. A.

Springs, The dead are J, M- Thomas andJ. express cars of berries Weeks over M. L, Oatlln by a vote

[In ioup one. Rdllroail Commissioner T Phelps, of Jacksonville and moved to northern markets from of 222 lo 118 In district five.

Eugene S. Matthews of A. J. Lamb of DeLond. The bodies L fBtnrke in the pant week also, one Bradford proved to be friendly

Starke seemed slated for a run- of Thomas and Phelps were .. 0 d ,- .. containing 539 crates Saturday, territory for T. E. Duncan candi-

t': vuth Eruce Davis, of Tallahassee consumed by flames which enveloped a 3 "D.R. > W J.jIII one with 480 crates Tuesday and date for stale attorney In the

in 1,183 precincts the their truck immediatelyafter Ill', w:; .a:djX ;:: !'"s !2:: ..: one holding 48O crates VVedneHday. Eighth Judicial 1 Circuit giving",
vote was Matthews 111,471; Davis the crash. M 1 7. C? 0 H 0I foJ. Total shipments from here him a husky majority over J C

73.1)5lnd)\ : / W E Hancock, of Sheriff J. Ramsey, of Alachua J.I N J l ,1 a t'! JgFur I amounted to 1,751 crate for the Adklnx, Incumbent, and Zach. 1!.
:Madison 63,994. County who Investigated the the week with a return to (rowTS Douglus, third man In the race i

---+ I accident said he believed It occurred of $2,626 and prospects bright Also favored by a thumping
I when the truck containing for a few more weeks of picking
CANDIDATES good: vote in his home county was
the Jacksonville men failed to U. S. Senator with $1.50 prices Congresuman Lex Green, who

THANK make the curve, sideswiped another 233 Low quality strnwberilns ut other downed his R W. Far
13 9 0 2 0 2 opponent
Merchant _______________ .
truck afld! turned over. points acount for the good nell, utmost three to here.
230 one
10 10 6 0 0 1 1
SUPPORT IN The sheriff were believes trapped Thomas In the : : .. .... 26576 473 63 127 53: 60 234-1851 prices. and heavy demand for lotalfruit. : Leading'" the Bradford County
Phelps rgjgr----
PRIMARY 55 1"0 10,1 11 40 11 16 29- 3D9 ticket was Senator Claude Pepper,
to death. One ;
to tlllI
truck and According Telegraph a
777 1 21 7 6 20256For who received 1,851: votes against
of the cub was again Wllcox'77771 53 81 67 \ total
I of the doors tabulation, the pints sold so 71R representing the combined efforts -
Winners and loners In various the ground and the other was fur la/ the 1938 season add to 'the I of his foul' opponents

county contests this week expressed jammed by the Impact. Congress!' 2nd District him of 4.001.218 with a return to'' liiudford also did right by Truman -

their appreciation to voters In Earl High of Lakeland was 132 l 13C: 140 19 69 18 49 96- 650: growers of $373.311: ; O. )Futch another native won
Vornpii "
the following messages: Lamb s companion and was only Other shipping aitlvltfen on the candidate for the State
192-1832 Supreme
I He stated that I Green 7-7777", .7 250! 635: ; 481 54 116 59 36
am very grateful to everyonewho slightly Injured. Starke platform Included :5,000 Court In group two, who polled
voted for me In the election he was asleep at the time of the hampers of beans at $55) ), 400 hampers QUO more votes than both of his

Tuesday. accident and was thrown clear of For Supreme Court, Group One squash at $60, 300 bushes opponents together.

HL. GATLIN. the wreckage, r..for,! 137 291! 253: 22 63: 22 37 90- 928 potatoes at $ 65, about 300 ham- Also favored by voters here

GillU77 7"77 80 185 161 19 44 16 11 81- 597 ner cucumbers at $65.: and two were River. Buford, Incumbent
To those who voted for m. In SOFT BALL hampers okra at $4. for Supreme Court justice In

Ute primary I am deeply grateful Lawtey reports nothing shipped I group one; Roy Chapman, Incumbent -
and l maintain a kind and friendly LEAGUE For Supreme Court, Croup; Two since Tuesday but limn beans are for Supreme Court justice In

win! for others Thanks a lot PLANNED AMONG YOUNG Futch __ .____ __ 175 311 279 43 147 49 44 144-1102 'tpprted to come In heavy within I group three; Eugene S. Matthews,
S. E. SPARKS.: MEN ABOUT TOWN Thomas 56 12763 6 10 11 4 :30- 307 the next two weeks Incumbent, for railroad commissioner

: / I "7 --45 96 106 6 16 6 19 38 332 ------4-- --_ I In group one; Jerry W Carter -
I hereby ; All men more than seventeen Watson railroad'corn.
express my hearty appreciation young MARKETMANAGER Incumbent, for
of the splendid vote years of age who are In- I missioner in group two.

given me May 3rd In District terested In playing In a local softball For Supreme Court, Group; Three HERE __0 __+_ _____ _

.Four, for the office of County league are asked to meet night at, ._ 199 418 343.31, : -105; 34 54 142-1326 EXPERIENCED MAN WILL Rotary Club

Commissioner----.- the Court House o'clock.Friday IlearrT77777 _. 39 70 56-;:,,2 114 7 31220 HEAD NEW ENTERPRISE: H C Chandler, distributor for
at eight .
LACY J. WYNN May 6. ,
M .
leagueare IN BRADFORD the Gulf Refining Co., In the
Sponsors of the proposed :: .. -.
I that there are Commission Group: One Gainesville area spoke before the
want For R. II. ,
to of the opinion
express my sincere ap- J S. Llnenby. who has been em- Rotary Club here Wednesday' giving -
preciation the to my many friends for enough men interested to would organize be Davis __ ___ "__ __ 9J 217 151 12 33 12 13 35->> f>67 nJoveil by the State Marketing an interesting discussion of

splendid vote and support several teams which other Hancock _ 78 132 101 38 76 32 28 !95: .- 580 "card to tnnnnge the new control the process of refining Ka ollne.

given for me on May 3, and In return scheduled to oppose each all. tor : hews" ".7777"__ 141 318 277 10 4;; 17 30 108946 farmers' market here. when com- The club was honored to have asa
this kind consideration I and possibly to provide an "letd., arrived In Stark!!. Monday. client Major Garlimd Powell

promise my most faithful efforts ,, teRm to piny out-of-town oppon- He Is experienced along Oils line, director of male radio station
m the interest ents. At the meeting Friday night/ For 11. R. Commission. Group; Two
of the county having managed 1 the Orula market been elect.d
WBUF, who has Just -
r"pectfullj, the possibility of having teams to Barter __ .- -__ n 192 461 349 47 101 31 51 153: -13S8: for some time after it waS opened District Governor of the Rotary
L. L. CONNER. I represent the several Churches well asother Kehoe ___ _": '_ _,-_- 18 34 21 1 13 5 1 12- 105 Mr: I.lsenhy Is enthusiastic overIhe organization/ In this area. He

I Etarke will be discussed! t. the as teams King u ___ 42 82 CO 3 15 12 8 3J( 267 outlook! here and stales that was Instrumental in sponsoringthe
ttkp this opportunity to thank I plans for selecting of every effort will be put forth In orgunlzaton of the notary
YOUr and every one of you for and arranging a an attempt to plan out a programto Club here a year and a half ago
Support and vote In the eletlon ('- games. For State Attorney make this a "year 'round" mar- "nri always finds a warm welcomeon
Tuesday in the school board : Among those actively .ponnorIr.g Adkins __ ____ ___ 120 104:> US 17 SVT 19 11 .10- Lib ket. It la hoped that the build- hla frequent visits here.

face. i promise you I will do my I this sport which has proved Douglas ___ __ _- 43 111 123; 22 25;' 18 13 61- 423 Ing here will be completed by May .
ell.> Think you popular In other towns In Florida Iunean) 209 416 324: 35;' 12: 33 62 20-1134 15 or shortly thereafter. -- ---

LR. W. E. MIDDLETON. I II are T. 1(, McClane, Jr, l\errllll\tc- The following men have been Food SaleThe

I' Millun. J D. Grlffls. Elmo S appointed to serve as a managing local Order of the Eastern

wish to express;; my appiecla- Struth L, A Shepherd AI Managua. For RepresentativeInman committee. C H, Nasworthy, R. I Star will sponsor a sale of cakes i

."<>n for vote and support to those ;\ Ralph Rhodes. James Lewis, I 203 :379! 303; 42 9-5 48 47 144-1263: A Newsome F F Stump. T K, cookies salads, etc.. Saturday.

backlog me In the primary May 3. Ellly Powell and others. Landrum 117 210 151 23 41 23: 31 77673 McClane Jr.. L. L. Conner, Ralph May 7, In the building next door to
I "ncerely hope you wilt do the I, All men Interested are urged to i Smith 86 188 165 10 51 6 10 70589 Hazen. !and J M Rosier the Onova Pharmacy,
(Continued on Page Eight) attend the meeting Friday night


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-" 17 shall consolidate with Starke t dered to the State Superintendentof The Board adjourned( to meet the NOTICE IHHlfilllHr*.O'rl'F lIVEN to, court: In house the door Month on of the June drat Monday 193R.I I NO'l'IVF: f

BOARD District No. 3 to elect three trustees Public Instruction Colin English 1st Monday in May at nine o'clock. whom It may concern that on tneIB which IN the Slim? day of June, A. NOTICE IS h EREne'III" '",. :
19511 will I II. 13H.imted!' )\
and determine the amount of General Cary D. Signed: day of June A. 11. I whom It unity l'.I'' i'n' thni :;'.IO
Attorney '
MINUTES by for I
apply to the i'oiinty JIIIIlI'e thin 10th., day of April A. deralgned' will 1 11'>' m I". : ,I 'n1' ''
mlllnge to be assessed against said Landls on January 7. 1037, In A. J. GRIFFIS .' rte HH AdinlnHtrator ofthu n. 1935.tul"FlCIAL. for any debts mndr I 6 : :II.,
stoats .
Board of .consolidated district for the ensuing which the Attorney General stated County Superintendent.J. I 1 of T. "M. Hnican\ deceased.If SEAL: ) Clara Alderman. nr loll",.}1' "I 1\ ;.
/ MAY, AdmltilBtlBlcir.42S41620
Tin; Bradford County p. ""LII. Bhe huvinV"P'ri'board. .
the of- two years. The managerslor that in his opinion where a high II. MOORE Chairman. A. J. THOMAS!! !, ."
Public Instruction met In "it'
: Clerk Circuit Court of
be general -- .- -- --- .-
said election will : maintained by
fire of t the County Superintendent i m-hool wns '\WI'It Jo1 llrndford County Florida.432r.tG20. T. .1. AM' ''II .
clock Moni'ny. April 25 Boatdraln-R. L. Leo W. W. county funds the Board of PublicInstruction TRAIN SCH15UUI.E NOT(,) IS 1 1 1 14: ( ISIIY (JIVKN In 4-11-4 I-5-11 I\
Ht pin o
(1 l i-lalmanlH' 1I1I''n..tI -- -
Grlffls Elam with here all\ oi-eilllorn "n ---
Coleman Eugene contract a
Schedule of trains arriving
members to-wlt : of nenjamln llocklnw.ilHieiiHvil .
wit l' nil present I KHale:
.1. H. Moore Chairman '.,-will.Stal'lte. Principal without any recommendation .!II lIy. Subject. to change without to file yini' <-l,,li'i. duly I
P. A. Scott L. D. whatsoever from the Trustees notice. HWiirtt" to award" II. Inw, .with I SERVICE
W. P. SmithE. ih.. 'Comity Judw wllhliiinniithM eight BEASIEVS STATION"t
J. Lewis Green C. J.. Powell Olin W. of the Special Tax District In Southbounde StarkeNo. from, Ihe firm' l publication of

Supcunlendvnt Grlffla offered the White. which the High School might be 1-Local_______ 10:48p.: m.I 'thin. notice forever or h Ihe" barred c-lnlm or and Bfcountwill veld.'I'hls :

recommendations to the Jtr. O. J. Phillips was before the located. If the Attorney GeneralIs No. 107-Through____ 9:03: a. m. AI"II 22.111.. 10118. TRY OUR SERVICE AND BE CONVINCED
Board! for consideration: Board relative to moving of Wood- correct In his opinion we believe I Northbound-Due Sturke' II .\zIRL 111"1"Atlmlnl< fSI1 H..trutrlx.t 'I".RFMAN.fr. '.

Board, of Public Instruction I lawn School building to Lawtey to that we have the authority to appoint No. 2-Local_______ 6:15: a. m- ATLAS

Bradford County. Florida make a community center and the Principal of the Senior No. 108-Through____ 5:04: p. m. J MITM-M' 01" KI.KfTlOV
jufcteria: at Lnwtey Junior High High School proper without anyrecommendation Stnrko and AVnnneo Branch liy I the ,power' vuHleil. In I ills at. The TUBESTires
Gentlemen' :
I School. The town of Lawtey to whatsoever on ilon'ril, nf Publi.- Inntructlon of Uradford -
I vu' ). 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. m.
In the the administration of the County, Florida' hereby cnllcelect iriK-oiidltloniilly: Guaranteed for 1 Year and 18 3 3l
urnish supervision! of said Job: your par However we believe No. 102 arrives Starke 1:50: p. m 'I..'.MM to 10"l held on Tuesday. : Months
school affairs of the County I NYA to furnish $73.00 and labor the best interest of the school will Daily except Sundays May R.\.I1I..1I1h. 1938 at the mnnolhouHeH l STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS
made certain observations In the following named dlHtrlitB -
have .and hoard to pay balance of cost. served by your making a rec- Seaboard Airline Railway. to elect three tniHtecH. each W\SIIINU-I'OLISIiING-W I
nnd with your permission at this ;laid'; request was granted on motion -i Ibe I ommrndntlon for the retention of T. J. GRIFFIN Agent. ,lad.. IIHMOKH the nitllaK for, tile ensuing AXINO-OUE.\SI:\;o

time I recommendations desire to make a few to specific this-I of E. J. Lewis seconded by Messrs. Gray and Benson who For I two the purpose year:- of holding said Call 60 For Road Service

.1. H. Moore and unanimously cur- have so capably served us for the i-lei'tlon, III cart district the folInwIiiKr -

Board. past three years. \o'I'lr.: fI,,' w\i.n 01 TAX: 'follows:nimiHBerB. '"'" appointed IIH Easy Payment Finn On Tire and Batteries

First: That the Superintendent '1"l'd was moved by E. .f. Lewis Need we remind! you that last I :NnTfPH. C'KHTIFIC'ITMH IS HKKICMY GIVEN' that ViiiKlei-hilt. : ManiifferH, KlleryRnpii LACY C'ONWAV, FLORIDA MOTOR LINKS AGENT
from the Boardas HiifuM Alv rPII. Sum AVhMe-
have Instruction I' <*comk'd by \V. P. Smith to year your Board recommended Mr. ,r .f. Terry has filed with m. head, and J. C. Ynrbrough.I .
to just how far they wish him T. Brannon' $22.43 lorthl..Uc written request tlml the tax certirItHttH I Raw JOver: MiinaKcrH, N. Cl.M.niily. .
Ray Mr. Benson
I pay and ns County
with trustees bus Gray I together with all Buhoequciitomlted I HpiMI-h" Andrews, !Math
to In dealing (I
go for B. H. S. levied held the
equipment of Schools and as Principal or taxes by .
Supervisor Supp and Mlllard Johim.llullbronn
'. i. "es teachers: and Janitors es- funds to credit of "ttitt he nltv..rIlH..dilltl Hold to the I I 1 : MnnnKeiHV.' C. CMeminnii I 3 3S
from deposited of Bradford County High I Point ViewThe
of high at hUtrter for" cash as provided *. ;: ; yhe of -
illy In case of necessity rem I 1) IteddlHh, N. D. Ireen, and
I :cart) from proceeds of Field Duy. School for a period of three, years ? liy ( 11M""" 18200 of the 1937 acts I.. K. Starllnir.i .
either. ,r UBtrlxliiture, the follow-
of I
al upon li
Also to Bradford Tele- I i Uinlniir: M.iiiHfferM. unit AlvarezLome
pay County We were at that time advised ing deHrrlheU real eKtttte In the '
Second: That the Board agree as Kiiiph $4.00 for Athletic awards by our Attorney that we could'not 1, 'oiiuty of Bradford. State of Flor- ,, I c-rnwford ewlfl.. Tale. I Alvarez andEmory (

i how far they expect to cooperate med Field 'liln. to-wlt: Itrooherlanagers" Clyde ,
Day. make a contract which would HR14 of SKV4 Her 5 8. 11. : Kelley WIFE '
with the Trustees and the Su- : 2Ar. 'ee c ,r. Cre\vn, tl. L. lloug-li, and E. T.
Mr. Mayes requested use of run beyond our term' of office 13 K.. containing- moreor I :Itewart. '
perintendent.Third chool room for Amateur Radio hence a three year contract was I The tacos to he Hold are evidencedl.y A. J. GRIFFIS
Decide. how far we I i-Pi-tlflvnte, NON. 674 of 1933 I'e"I.rh'plv. I. Secretary. sometimes condemns ,
: Just m-rvlces. Request denied on motion not made but Mr. Benson was given 1 ?. MOORK!\ :, Chairman 3

will be governed by wishes of of E. J. Lewis, seconded by to understand that he wouldbe I taxes for the and yearn represent 1932 the to unpaid 19.18 I -3a-4t-6-13.. the husband for creating "J

trustees of school districts.Fourth W. P. Smith. re-employed with salary Increase i"olh ,Inclusive' amounting to 195.79. '
ALSO: WVj of W4 of SW% of i OTI'F. OF APPI.KTIO\ an adequate insur
: That this Board set up The following letter from the If he proved satisfactory in SK'4 & NB"4" of SK'4 of SWV, ,I ..FOR TtItKKfl: :

fixed policies along certain lines- Board was submitted for part of his services. These men are Justus Sec.t i(2 Tp.i.IIM.Sm. It..,,22 or K.lesM.The contalnln : I I :NOTICE.: ( errata II< UKUMflV Kill >o OIVK.V.. 16:11: ThaI once Estate % ifjj

for instance shall the Superintendent the records: qualified and competent now as tare to be Mold lire evidenced. I >v. Henry. AndrewN, holder of 6/0 p
"f Tax .
buy Jnnitois supplies for the Starke Florida they were then- Patrons teachers hy c-ertlflcnte" NOD. (71 and 109 of the 5th.,CYrtlflvnte' No. S4I, issued t
day of september A. D.
19",3 unit 1937 respectively, and -
County or shall some one else be April 16, 1938. and Superintendent of Public Instruction the unpaid taxes for the j!I 19:12.: han riled mime In my office Jhe WIDOW

consulted, and shall he deal with All-, Lorenzo Green' as well as you Trustees yearn 1933 to I lt!UM, tiulll deed and has to he inside application for.. tax ,
Amounting, to $A9.1.ALNO Indll..lve'l Indued thereon. I k"
repairs of buildings. Mr C. Powell 'ndivlduallv have reported to this 1I I Dial<. Lot 7 Said' certlflcute. embraced. I the fol I, always praises the I '
I Hoard that these not I LiiwtV w1; IIy.;: sec 3'fl ,; I lowiiiK dencrlhed property In the :
Mr. Olin White men were |p. .
Fifth Shall and "
: we try operate .
"n 22 FL 1I : I County of Bradford I. Slate of Flori wisdomwhose of the husbandmemory .. t14
with a teachers salary schedule or Trustees of Special Tax: District only satisfactory, but gave us one The taxes to h,, Hold ore evidenced da, tii-wlc: \ J\.y I

deal with vnch school all a unit; '>oar Sirs: of the best years of high school I .a v "imiite" NI,H. 707 of 1933 1'1'- I I I' <;om.Him; IHX.Jio"r'l. of W lilt lt'fr.f NEW; I lives y I )
ertlvely. and represent the unpaid N 748 I/A
l : 1
or shall we consider the case of We have refused to appoint Mr. service so why change ? tuxes for lime year. 1032 to 111.18! fl. K 296 fl to ""II'. )0;><. N 1 Acre" | through Monthly Income -

each Individual teacher. C. J. Bowman Principal of Brad- Yours very truly barb, 11I'I"'e." ..""in"NW" .. tn S''of 3 I'j I Section Itnnite 23 la Towimhlp. e Until. Insurance.IOC3OC l ,.. \\ j 1 1r ifJjJ
\I."n: 51'h A Cor Kant containing 6 I
Sixth : Plan and budget for a t'ord' County High School for the Bradford County Board of I NWI/i' "f :NK".: \V of Itv Her2ii; Acre' iiii.nor" less."rtynruuderstimeilwld.. [ Y
year 1938-39 for the following Public Instruction Tn. 5 S. R. 23 R.. containing I .
full term at full salary so as to Acre*, more or less t'ertiflrutlerhs-. .. --
be In line with po'lcles of the F. I cisons: Bv J. II. Moore' Chairman.W. I ThttaxoH. to tip noli! are pvliloncodliy I ""*" VVI"* I" the came IIf Qiiberlt'alo'n .
((1)) Your Board (the same per- P. Smith Member. I certificate: NOH. 7(10( nf 19:13: ro- 111'011
I ;
E. A and state department | Kiild >
sni--i | and
Iy represent the untnxea ci rtiric-at<- shall he
I imnrl this The Trustees of Bradford County
as ) last year recommended i <''cict'iiii-a
ial l
< for the years '1932 mH'lH. acL-ordliiv to law. the
Seventh Take definite
: action on I L. A. Gray and .1. II. Benson High School met with the Board MJi! Lot h IncliiHlviaiiionntlnnr" to : "property,,, deFcrlbed will he !
the matter of teachers sick leave. as Supervisor and Principal relatives to Principal of said $17.87.i 1 j I Id llolh. hlh.. t Idd"r at the = .,:.. _
ALSO: -- -- -
: : SEi-i of Nmi Of NE!i I 1
Of course some of the things I respectively' of Bradford County school. The Board having bere- & W', of NIIlnf: M-I/I:' & HKI-' I, = _
have mentioned. In this communi- i" of NI&| of or ------- ,
I SEH NW"4 ,
High School. One member Mr.White \ tot'ore rejected nomination of Mr. -- -- -
cation are set by law but I N'K1/!27&1.1f.'t of SW/4: of NEVi jl '
up In a minority rccommenda- |Ie. J. Bowman as principal of sec H t'l K rontaintag I
wish this Board to the mat- I .
study 90 Acrnfi More or lee.
lon has requested the retentionof Bradford High School. naked the' !
The taxen to he Hold 1 evidenced curo.: ---
ter of of the law and are ==IOC3OI::: IOE3OX ioaon
these men for the ensuing year. trustees If It was possible to make I!I bv cerllfk'Hte NOR 814 of 1933 reMpectlvely i II i
decide the course to be pursued. I'' and represent the unpaidlane
Each of amicable settlement. Mr.
you reported to this Green for the yearn 1933 to IAHH: O II ICI,
Pressure from groups can be ?card that Messrs. Gray and Ben- Chairman of trustees' replied ) hoth Inrlnxlve. amounting to U 6.SR. D !

avoided by having fixed policiesand eon had given satisfaction In the "Gentlemen, we refer you to our 'j|i ..HiihHHquent said tax certificate. omitted. together or Leviedtaxex with 1 1i o O
having these policies recorded I administration of school affairs ;previous recommendation," being i| will ha Hold to the highest

In the minutes of our Board as for the past year; that the main' "!. J. Powell and L. D- Green for j i i l udder sturUe at on the the Courthoiina 13th day of door May In Ii IiI ]

guide for our future actions beginning canon why you recommend a new I|I Mr Bowman and Olin White for |i I9't I :$. lit iiio:( oVInck A M.Paled I.
with the regular meeting I thin the 2.1rd T "n was because you felt that -mention of present principal and I I 193S.OKFICIAl.! .

'n .luly. the Board could not keep both j jnen : assistant principal said posltons ( SISAL)

Respectfully ; that rather than make a se- j icing mimed by W. P. Smith. Mr ,I A flerk J. TllOStAS of ('Ir"ruIt, Cuiirt of O :

A. J. GRIFFIS I r-tlon of one of the two men to. Lewis voted to sustain: recommen- llrndfcird County Florida. D

County Superintendent. 'Ie exclusion of the other you pre-I i j | I-2a'-:at -saa.ei Prin O

Board Mr Benson was before the i aired to recommend a new man- Powell.J .- -I t.ing :j

requesting additional /
for pay This Is to advise you that this"card Mr. QuIgley was given job to Bet
services this
year. It was mov- I will keep both Mexars. Gray mill work out complete Including !
ed 'v W. P. Smith and seconded .
mil Benson for the ensuing year .vt-lghtH, cords and treated sashes (j
by .T II. Moore to pay Mr. Benso' -' f yea will mike such nomination ':, JUST 30 I 0
or $2103.00. QuIgley and Davis O :
two months additional salary ] Von orally stated to us that these p t
to receive .60 each for setting D
pi, ded full apportionment is re-i "ien would, still be to -, cook ibis pLUs
satisfactory rumen for new school building-i to I Serve O
c< -tl from State I IP You
I vou except for the fact that
you ,, It was moved by W. P. Smith ,
was moved W- P. Smith .tt under whole delicious
by ( obligation to Mr. Bow- '
i-MioniVil by E. J. Lewis and! unan-
an.I! seconded by J. H. Moore and .ian for the sole that ::11
reason he
:mu'I>1ly carried to purchase Mr. ,, meal in Pyrofax Broiler
my II
HiiHTilmouHly carried to give H. hntl 1 received your nomination J L'. D. Reddiah's truck for $684.00.i ,

\Vnll" renewal of three policies c.// then you thought this board =Mr.!" P O. Reddish to take note for i Honestly you'd think I was a celebrated O
piring May 6th. 'would chef the I
not friend
retain both Messrs 'a'-' amount for .Mix months at I : way my f O
A committee from Boatdraln ''In":" and' Bennon. I compliment I my food since I've r a .i
'It._ percent Intprent I IMr I, li d I ...
.community clime before toe Boardrelative (12)) This Board is convinced "AUl'U''d' {$''' Chef filtngc. I &$ : Ins O I I
Jack. Williams before I' I tell them it's
was simply country
to Boatdrain school and I! that the re-appointment of Messrs.
I n
I the Board relative to purchase of j cooking-city rtylelE '
presented the following petition requesting ray and Benson who are already II
I rlrgs for Bradford High School. HERE'S A FAVORITE. "
the Board I 0 0with
to call
an capably' serving In Bradford Coun- ,
Ylr- Smith moved that the Board | Place vent. chops on pressed U We have
election to determine whether Sub | / High :;School Is for the best In- broiler u rescind its action of April 4 relative I',
School District butter.
No. 17 Arrange
would consolidate terest of that school. The reason a row

with Sub School District I I or its conviction in this to purchase of rings and al- {, pan.0m.l..cu.inh.lv..oDbrmler(cue aide up). Arrange a D 0 neat and attractive work on either cheap or expensive 0'!'

No. 3. Said election was called on j I ar are as follows: pal'lIcu'l ow any reputable concerns to I i E row of apricots (cut tide down). a D
:ompete for business. Said motion Next a row of pea lima !
motion of \V. P. Smith seconded I tai I ) Satisfactory service rendered beam, sriuoned I with rot and I 0 papers as taste demands the 0
I "
vas seconded by J. II. Moore. Broil your or as particular piece u
pepper. every-lhina 2O
by J. II. Moore. Said election to I by these gentlemen as reported | minutes: Turn! chops and broil I I I D D' [r
be advertised for' 4 consecutive to this Board the It way moved) by E. J. Lewis and everything 20 mimosa, more, I o of
by Super- I Ij printing requires. We handle all work 0 I '
weeks and to be held Tuesday May nlendenl of Public Instruction In i 'ccondod! by \V. P. Smith to give promptly, I

4, 1938. nradford! County and his state- I Mr. A. C. Bradshaw contract for The reasecret of hat meal, of I I

Trillion for Election vent that he can continue to work upkeep of typewriters for term of course,is the Pyrof"x-MolgIC' I give it to you just when we promise it. Our prices are '!,:i:

We the undersigned tax I 1933-39 for $94.50. Work to be separate"smokelessgreaseless'I ,
vlth these
payers made at '
men Joint I
of Boatdraln' sub school district.I ncetlng of your Board with us. i done in Bradford County High wicks broiler., no soot! Just, the hot. clean, no 0 more than you can secure outside of the city. :II.

No 17 will present our petition to < (b) Satisfactory service as re- School. flame of the Pyrofax Gas nhich I 0 ,

the Board of Public Instruction of | orted to this Board by all teach- It was moved by E. J- Lewis and cooks: fast and econoinicudl o 0Ve solicit your orders forLETTER 0 II

Bradford County Floi Ida, at Its I s (nearly 100 percent) of Brudoil 'I i /lecoruled, by J. H. Moore and W. If l'OUhe beyond the I I O'I'''I''
regular meeting at 10 o'clock A. II I
County High School to whom
'. ,.
Smith to continue the Band
M. Monday April 25, 1938 to ask nombers of this Board have talk- I Gas i\lt/us II

for an election to determine I .ed. i luring the four summer months to I HEADS \it

wthcher or not Boatdrain Sub (c) Satisfactory service as revolted ., 'eptember 1st. The Superintendent II 'I,

School District No. 17 shall( consolidate I to this Board by both pu- was given authority to dlscon- I..a..'WWUV i > LiiQ ENVELOPES STATEMENTS :

with Slarke Sub School rons and pupils of Bradford County 'Inue same should attendance war [1 0 ;

District No. 3, to elect three trustees -" High School to whom members rant. j "' q "
and determine the millane: to if this Board' have talked and in The following teachers were rec- "I' ii CIRCULARS FOLDERS N I:'

be assessed against the consolidated '''''IUon request from large delegation immended by trustees of Bradford I I o

District. of Patrons who attended "'ligh School and approved by the BILL HEADS 0I

W W. Coleman Eugene; : Grlffls. mti of the Board meetings totr..p ,'Pourd for school term of 193839.Mr. 4y n NOTE HEADSII Q II
Arch Prevail K. L.
Griffin Mr. Bonnon "n Principal olh Lester M. Sponholtz ii,

Myrtle Priest John P,evatt. Mae Senior High School. Miss Evelyn Stump U VISITING CARDS :

Prevail Collie Galney, Luther (dl) At the suggestion of mem- Mrs. S. S. Dowling I,

Griffin. Edna Jones C. A. irrn of this Board Patrons held a Mra.! Ruby Mae Perkins O O h

Ada. Grlffla Ralph orlftls'l I 'able meeting at which a secret Mrs." RF.. Demorest Don't D 4 n I
nold deny YoiirselJ aPyrofiiX'tMagic !II
Grlffts Mattie 'trsw bollot was taken on the Miss Ruby Lllley | O O i

Grlfflg, Eirl Strickland Russell mention of Mia CbefRangt
: employing a new Prlr Madge Middleton
E. Hornsby. E. R. Bowers F. M. I ipal or letiinlux Mr. Benson Mrs. Evelyn Ritch PyrofaxequipmemitF i
Garrett Jannle \Vooilard. J. H. nlv ten percent of the patron Airs. Edna Hart you at no 'Ou pay only

Courtmanch J. E. Newsome Mrs. no teachers being pcrm'tted' to Mrs. Jessie Lee I.azrnby lor the ap tfuge'u .elect and to SEE US ABOUT YOUR PRINTING NEEDS ,I

Michael Dew O. Griff. Beatrice ')'.e or be present ) requested ai !Mrs. Myrwln J. Long mall installing charge: of !>V>."'5, I ','
the gas itself: co.ts a little I I: O I
Grlffls Call Anders. 10118V.. W > as 3 nI
i< w principal. Ninety per cent Miss Rosalind Jacobs 0
cents: n mjul., D ,I I
Coleman. Vlrgel Owen. Karl Dees o'.lng for the retention of Messrs\ Mrs Eva Anderson' p 1
Eel tie Cheshler. J. D. Cheahler, and Hen You can pet: a \hrind m-w 1'0. I I
ray on. Mrs Byiium PerkinsMrs. Pyro.'aji-M.ixii Clii.f I 0)
fr'ge i with BRADFORD
Amy Clarke Either R. Williamson .13i Bradford COUNTY
Co-tnty Hlg! Giace Wainwright ill automatii. oven S. ui _oturolsmokelsn I :,,
Leon Criffis, Rosa Grlffls, Yhool Is the only Senior High Mrs. I.tola Roberta broiler! a. rl u Ears,]. I I
C. K Lewis Elizabeth' Anders, a rhonl in Bradford, County. In. Miss Kitty Hogsccl caIy-ilcMtn! top burnt .i-.ia J l

Mrs Mary D. Manus Nora Owen.ffrs :.riK'tors In Senior High Schooln :-.j Ethel RIggs rniull down p-iv.ncur iml au' ii

Bertha Hess D. D. Woodyard. .! the Principal thereof are not Miss Luclle Hdwarda terms. Don't I. den) > ..r'i I t.i I O I

G. W ChCHhler W. 3. Clark d Qn"ollal': firm your specialx r. ss Edna Prevail the who tens of P tiiou .:['. !' 'n.. ,-. i t a 0 ri
use! cal! \ I. v r. '
mire RObe.trarl."tu., .., Louine GrlfIs. district money. All pupils are Miss Willie !Mae Illusion II' O 'LECRAPH D ;'

Uiclle Griffis. I "u-.tnupiirted to the school without Mrs. Eunice Searing ....S ';I/;. "'" .. .... I' 0

Notice ontrtbut-on of one singe;\! dollar Mrs.' Madallne Andrews ? '''' ; t. _' .- .I'

By the power vented In them the ""orlynur ape| >dal, l tax district mon- Miss Lucllo Kennedy W W.JS",. r.a I 11 t

Board of Public Instruction for y. A new building is now In the lUIs Ernestine Burlington i ,

Bradi'oid County hereby calls on '.ocras of construction' which will Miss Mildred Morgan ; ? 0 : I ""

election In Boatdraln Sub School oat approximately $25,000. This Signed: s1/uogs..aun JOB '
District No. 17 and Starke. Sub eliding' la also In ii DEPARTMENT:
your L. D-
Green. ChairmanC t HCrflt Inc..D (s'i :: A oD
School District No 3 to be held lit' not one dollar from your spe- J. Powell. I 0 po

May 24 1938 In the Boutdraln tal tux!: district money will beset Miss Madaline St>
School House and In the City Hall In Its construction. Under recommended r'1 OUocrO'; 'OcrO =-i=o=O-=:::'l -- :
l "i tn, town of Starke to deter- I ose orcuroxtances by trustees of Risingltd Qt'IGLEV; IIAVIS, L ..LDealer ---OCIOL 'ocre.j 11 I:
we call to
approved by the Cou rd. _
tine: whether: or not District No. Ji, attention that an opinion men There for Electro-Acoustic Ijib.. _. '
wus no further business. \VIUIaton] Fin. =SE -- -- _-- --- _- --. __ __


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LaFollette Continues New Party Campaign I YEARS AGO I Rcibi. >rti, material for Bowing mom. I Explorer

$111 00, J V Jonnn, mat 1'1'1,1 'tin,

I LIVE STATE NEWS 1L 1\\ II Ii Kvonrs! < ago- --this week it wasn'luvel I sewing room, $1805.; C. R Hob I Iel'1l1

FACTS IN SHORT PARAGRAPHS I that the city's beer law $2000; Walker, Evuti> & :
I i might! be null and void with the CogHWell docket, $4 .97: A I I

_. '< dlyation of :3.2 beer. .
i llamas, pd. for repaint in mmkit. "
--- SPONGE; : BALKS I Itmdford High School graduated
U) <>!" ROTARY 100 Bradford I 111\1 dWIIII',
I I11l1 I. ;
\ Garland Powell TARPON SPRINGS.-SpongCH its Inrgost elms of seniors, thirty-
\ | Co $150 ., Si Davis
1 thin'" Twenty-six cars of supplies ; QulRl' v
radio stat sold
during the
i.,ite owned April on
( of 0. trio I ,I, hive boon whipped from supplies, $20.43; N. D \Vllin-
University Springs Sponge Exchange
,lit,t me R/o/: :I'-1
, ? ( ; ,iiu-svllle, was noml- gated $107,233-74 with eleven '1 i\vtey. In the post week!' weight, agent onc-hnlf month root I
Tii! Legislature is in session.
1 i !governor of Rotary held during the month. This exceeded I %',.. P. A. office $5.00; A J Thom-

,fIIH,, .state. Delegates to the April 1037, total by as amount adv. to Julia Crews fat,

: I 1,1,I ,-invention said Pow- nearly $10,000. Sales of sponged ICIeven' \ years ago this week I'ellef.100; A. J Thomas Tom r

''l ,,",,,uiuin, will bo confirmed this year have reached $3t1 .157 59'' Hradforil, Taker and Union Counties piling list of qualified freeholder*

i ,,,a n Tuesday accorling to the records of the ex I were formed Into a .separate for Cot. Con. Sp. election $10.00,

h\ .- .- ---- change. Judicial Circuit known as the 15. A. Wlnkler, supplies for court 1

STATION OPENED ---- .---y---- twenty-second Judicial Circuit. hoimo and jail, $3.:15: ; Standard 011 I0 it y
FlorIda COMPTROLLER: Ten thousand buss wPl'eshlrpell Burner 011 for
Hospital officially open. TALLAHASSEE. This weekComptroller to Stake for distribution Ct It., $:'9.76; II. & W. B. Drew
sum'" in Bradford lakes this week making C'o, carbon and blanks, Dr.
fire station Monday. J. M. Lee said the $4.65;
,'d' ls new fulltlmo force andvolunteers Stato would make Its regular i 43,000: in the past three weeks. W. K. Middleton, Insanity case Mrs William Hurkness Jr.,

'1'11'?' roui man A. E. Wall Is building: n Alice shown on her arrival at Chicago,
will protect building month-end payroll Saturday. Dur- Q. Barney, $2.00; Dr. W. B.
20 filling station at Kingsley Lake. where she conferred with Mr. Rob-
house 5,000 patients ing March, Lee salt there might ; Parks, Insanity case Alice Queen
A Red Cross drive bringsin crt Bean of Brookfield Zoo. to
of the hospital. not be sufficient collections to Barney $2.00; I. B. Rowe InsanIty -

n.imployes. trucks have been bought make this payroll. Inheritancetaxes II $600. ('lIlIe. Alice Queen Barney, make arrangements for her expedition

Three mineunteiident l J. H Therrell said he said, exceeded expecta- $2.00, E. K. Ferryman Insanity to Tibet to get a male mate
Nineteen this week for Mel Mel the little panda.
staton "Is one of the moat tions and these, added to revenue I years ago case Alice Queen Barney $200;
thi Bradford
and equipment from gasoline taxes and other County bought GaSHCtt'H Hardward Store, one
in planning ---------- -- -- -
modern, the South." The fire chief sources, supplied the payroll funds. I $31,000 In Victory Bonds; the broom for court house $1.00; C.
in I
,Pfaender.. The comptroller added that money DES MOINES Iowa. Photo shows Governor Philip LaFollette, quota was only $27,100. J. Powell, making table and repairs : SCIIEDI'LESouthbnuna<
u" ...--- would not be sufficient to pay operating of Wisconsin as he .spoke last week in the Interest of the newly Bradford County Bank wan the $12.00; Starke TelephoneCo.

that one-seventh bills for the month. I formed political party, the National Progressive Party of Amel'lea.Gov. largest' purchaser with $::1,000wOI'lh. .. rent for April $10.70; J. L. No. 205-Due Stance: 5:15: p.m.
estimated No. 207-Due Starke 11:45
It .a LaFollette will carry his campaign; to the West Coast.FAVOR Simmons, to Installingwater at : p.mNo.
la .
of all Federal Income gainedfrom 203 -Due Starke 12:15: : p.m.
I --- --- canning plant. $2.55: ; Carpenter'sDrug
i axes on tobacco. DROUTH UNBROKEN Twenty-three years ago a bloody I No. 201-Due Starko 10:20: am.Bl'S .
Store supplies for court
duel in
MIAMI. An Sampson City was fought
unprecedenteddrouth Northbound
house 40c; Green's Store -
of sermons In ten differ. TAMPA.-Called to an addressIn
week TALLAHASSEE.: between C. Smith
A which began seven months Universityof A. naval storesoperator 1 for J. C Tolbert!' $.1.00; A. J. No. 202 --Due StMke 1:50: p.m. ,I'
languages was preached at St.Patuck's Florida and Florida State Col suburban Palma Cela by a mysterious and Will
ent Alexander, a Thomas, refund on tax certlfcate No. 201-Due Starke 4:15: p.m.
Church In London. ago still gripped South Florida as telegram Sheriff J R. Mc- colored
of the American As.
> lege chapters employe. Smith nearly purchased by Barlett $42.47; C No. 200- Duo Starke 0:15: p.m. !l
-- April ended. A few scattered I Hoclatlon of University Professors) Leod and City Detective W. D. kllleil, the negro. TheAmerican
M. Bitch supplies and labor, $3.65; No. 208--Due Starke 3:00: a.m. y
showers and one thunderstorm endorsed the program!,: of the Florida Bush reported Monday that they army took Vera!' Cruz:!! Fcnole Chemical Co.. ten gallons No. 214--Duo Starke 0:20: a.m.

provided momentary relief to Education Association "to pro found n mother and her two children ( Mexico) with a loss of four men, varnlnh for jail $18.00frs.; Clen- Starke Bus Agent: Beasley'a
mote the good of education and of slain in an apartment house. while the Mexicans lost It is estimated -
I nlo Illckok, tongue blades ordered Service Station, opposite court-
small areas a week but bril- trio
ago The officers Identified the as
A educational progress as a whole In 100 men. direct from 70c Carppntrt..s house.
company ;
liant sunshine soon overcame their the State." The professors meetIng Mrs. Paul Fried-Bunge and her I --.-- i
/ Drug Store (clinic $8.80;
effect. The showers provided only here unanimously adopted a two daughters Edith Ann, 5, and
Warrant List Florida Power & Light Co., 75c; 1 11'1'114
Nina 4. Tho mother's throat had
23 of an inch of rain. In the MI- resolution pledging their support. Mrs Vlndii Forsyth pauper, $5.00; \/ nt' UM OK TAX
/ been cut they said and her body "In'I'I"'u': <1**
Dr. Manning J. Dauer Is president I'
ami area during April, leaving a stuffed Into a bathtub- The two little ) General lease Hardcnbrook, pauper, $3.00; NOTICK I* IIKKKHV UIVRX= that
of the and Dr. .
university chapter Jessie Gooilmnn $5.00 t. It Dpnnmik him filed with mwrllti'ii
deficiency for the month of 2.86 Is of girls had been chloroformed Intheir (Pauper) pauper ; request thnt the Ins' cprtlfIrnloH -
I Raymond Bellamy president and Dur- Mrs Julia Crews pauper, $4.00; .. tofft'thnr wttti all mihMo<|in>ntoniltod '
the offi-ers said Alex $2.00 J. F.
rainfall bed Cross ;
r Inches. The shortage In the Stale l college chapter. C. A Knight Com on 1037 taxes i nr l""vtirl tuxes twirl by the
4 the coastal and _._ _______ I II slept in death clasping their dolls. rance. $200: Will Hughes. $1.50; Mtuttf IH mlvi'l'tlnt'il, nutl Holil. to thehlgheet
through ---- $10142. Total $1.12-1.02.
; l > hlililor for mull an providedhy
Sheriff McLpocI and City Detective : Aaron McGiiire, $3.00; Mrs. J. C. .
r glades sections since EVer-j I WII.\'f\iO; BI'TTERMILK: ? Bush said they had started a Box $3.00; MrsMary C. Thomas Itnoc Truck nf' tits Clinptnr IjfijrlHlnltiro KZtil. nr niiun the tho 11137 fnllowIng ante-

StY -.J 1'e was reported at more than : LAKE CITY. Well, It seems t search for Paul Bunge!': husband' $200; A. F. Griffls $3.50; Mrs. Florida Bank at Staikc, ono- iloHortlioit real eel'nro, In the
I'ounty tif lil'IITrO..t, Stafn of Flor- 1
Inches. Florida's underground riv- he was very thirsty for a big I und father, described by neighbors II Belle Parmenter, $3.00; Mrs. Geneva half of Fourth distribution of racetrack liln, to-wit:

ers were credited with preventinga /glass! of buttermilk, and hungry "ai u writer from Pittsburgh" who Pringle $2.50; Mrs. W. M. funds, $3,275.58. 1..1:1:i IVy iif Lot. 14 And All h

serious water shortage.!' Fires 'for a tomato sandwich so He I moved Into the apartment about Hodge $5.00; Riley Johns, $300; \I\'I.J'ultnrul\ In l.t\Vnoilliiwn ID, 11), 20 Hoc& Hay M T cif|1". 5 Lot H. R.81

still burned in the dry everglades called' a restaurant In a nearby six weeks iwco.\ : The time of the Mrs. Lnller Todd $250; Mrs. Dnl- T. K. McClane, Jr., salary for 23 K. rf>ntalnlni 60 Acres more {

and a series of destructive blazes town In which he was In at that' triple dmths was fixed at mid- sey Raulerson, $2.50; Mary Rowe April $7500. 'or 1'ha' lean taxes tfi. I>A flolil are evlil *nonft

I hit soil and lime groves on the time and asked them to send him I'nght Sunday McLeod said. They $2.50; Miss Irzona Thomas, $2.00; Flux multi KorfilturnE l.v rcrtmrnto' NON. 1711, hail H40 of

Florida keys. the above shoit order!' to which had been well planned and efficiently McKinley Davis $3.00; Mrs. Ethel I<. Perryman Co. Judges Ct- i'iH I 1027. nt und tHXen 1B33: for r"n|>iho i>ctlvely years, and Iota rop-to

I they answered "Sorry, executed. Johnson $5.00; Annie Murray (rost $21.41; A. O. Andreu feedIng l 1935! ( both IntliiHlvi, ainotintliifr to

For the air services defendingthe I someone just ran into the butter- ----+---- ---- $2.50: C. S. Grlffis, $3.00; Georgia Prisoners. $75.40: ; A. J. Thomas IIAt Hold AD tax cortirirntn together with

0 There are three separate and western coast a proposal has milk truck and broke all the jars!" I Walker $2.50:\ ; Mrs. Iola Williams Clerk, payroll Clr. Ct. witnesses nil HtitiMiMjui'Mt ointttR, .. ..Ith fevledaxe.
<1IPHCII !SOLD; will l anld, to hlitheatIHiliter
distinct ways a (*ourth"un floor In

BROTHERS HIGH STANDARD ptoof hangars be tunneled I seems the man demanding the order ana Coleman $2.50; Mrs. J. B. and six couv. $55.00; J. B. MlHrki- on I hiiilh: lay of hay

HOUSE PAINT saves you money. :solid rock along/ the base of Yerba !' was the one who had just hit Baptist Church property Church I Manus, $5.00; Lilly Jones, $2.50; ; Rowe, guard nt jail laundry, imi, nt 11:111'this' : ( the o'clork 23rd A day. M.Untvil .of April,
and Hogan Streets Monday
1. It feet ot ;
rovers more square Cuena. island the buttermilk truck. The manC. I Mrs. Hester Sapp $5.00; Mrs. An- $3250/ ; A. O. Andreu misc., 15:5.H6GFi'rAL.
surface per gallon. 2. It spreads brought $140.000 on the auction H10A14A. )
L. Morrison who Is nie Green $2.00; Mrs., Ida Chase $251. 7; Dr. W B Parks, salary J. TllONfAS',
casler and evenly and saves labor block. In a sale ordered by the
coit. 4. It gives you beauty andprotection DO NOT SUFFERIf ing at his home In Lake convalesc.1 Duval County Circuit Court because $300; J. H. Manning\, $5.00; Will County: Physician, 833. Total ;I (llrmlforil Mark! of C'lrc-uli County,Court Vlorldn.of.

of acid- I Tyler $300; OHsle Prevail, $500; $531.21 Grand Total 346312. I I .
much the agonies I29.3tS18.KEYMcCABE
longer tbao"cheap" you -- ---- --- i of the default by the churchIn : : ., ..
.... ------ ----- -----------
paint possibly can. These indigestion you had better start 8T.TEIA\<'ES :MONEYTALLAHASSEE. :\ I meeting bonded Indebtedness Mrs KOHie Allen $3.00; wn. --- --- -- .., -'or.
are facts which mean lower cost at once. This Swain, 300.
BJsma-Rex '
taking ,
The State the Gulf Life Insurance Company ,
for your Come in and let us prone 4-nctlon antacid powder starts relief advanced $8,289 Monday to meet holders of an overwhelming majority L. L. Conner, salary County FUNERAL HOME

them before you paint. in 3 minutes. You can get a of the bonds was the lone Commissioner $30.00; H. V. Sax
payrolls for the tuberculosis hospital MRS. I. O MrCAIlK:, Ludy Attendant
W. A. BessantJr., Agt. bottle of 50 doses for 50c at the I at Orlando which officials bidder. There was no announce on, salary County Commissioner I

Rexall Drug Store Carpenter'sDrug snid threatened with closing ment by the company HH to the $30.00:: ; Mallory Thomas, salary JACKSONVILLE. 1'LA.' ST. AtHUIHTINE.; FLA.

Starke, Fla. Store In Starke. I for lack was of funds. Chairman W. I plans In the use of the property.It i County Commissioner, $3000; J. 4.1: \v, <'llUr'h-l'hono 5-15tH! 31) St. George Phono :27

IT. Edwards of the State Tuberculosis had been unofficially Indicated M. Rosier, salary County Commissioner -

I $3000; T. D- Dyal, salary ------ -------
had that business UMC of the Educational -- -- --- -- ------- -- -
HOME Board said hospital -
BOREE FUNERAL spent all Its reserve funds and Building enst on Church Street I County Commissioner $30.00; A. UNITED LIFE' INSURANCE O.
Full lint of Caskets & Undertaker8upi mHlLANCB! SERVICEr C'ommissioncrs. $4.00;; Ressle Carton '
help. The budget commission definitely considered. Church officials L. C. McCAIIE, PrpHldenr I Ju<'UNOIIIllf, Flu.. "
n \ VNi Indicated, unofficially that pauper, $3.00; City Light & l .I
to the but
agreed meet payroll,
5.1fi. :
53 ii.IitEUNNETT. I arrangements had been completed t- Water Plant, lights and water for
''NTirr.' emphasized no more money would Industrial Life Insurance
and $34.77 Dr.
for the continued use by the court house jail, ;
V linMR-I.IKR: INSTITUTION"TOBACCO I be!' voted until expenses Institution at thtstatecounty congregation of the "house of wor- H. B. Herlong, clinic $8.00; A. J. (I. i.. (HA PP. Repn'Hpiitutlvo u

._ supported
; wni'inwa be Thomas salary and miscellaneous 4
ship. It was said to on a refinancing -
were reduced materially. of the dobton that buildIng expenses, $10225; Ernest Byrd, ,.
-- -- +-- Wain-
but there was no announce- I salary janitor $10.00; N. D.

GROWERS\ II \IL !STORMC'HATTAHOOCREE.A' : ment on the subject. wright, salary Supvr. of RcgUtraHnn -

,, heavy ------,..- -- .1 nonfl?. .-.. It. FlolilS... rPDIlll'x to- For Expert RepairingSmith's

hull\ storm temporarily, disrupted court house, $8.00; E.V.. Hiiyes
utilities' ami, seriously damaged ono month allowance $120.00; Ca-
One evening an- old man stepped I'nova Pharmacy, clinic, $165; T':.
: this rich tobacco-growing
m :
Florida. No immediate into n florist's shop just as Ihe I A. \Vinklcr. supplies[ for courthouse : !
'ction of North
Have( you placed your HAIL INSURANCE? d H oiilmute was available of clerk, wax closing emptied the doors from his for I .7!>c; C A. Knight, BOc: ; GaragePhone
lh" night
You should have this protection by all means and damage to tender tobacco In the pocket on the counter all the mon-I Bradford County Telegraph' noticeof
I fields, but some growers said they four Specal Election, $21.00; Bishop
ey he hud, three or record book 120
low. feared the loss would be /great. Apparently Office Equipment,
the cost is comparatively I all. He told the clerk to give I O. W. Rob-
canvas covers $5.65;
the fall did not reach all II
that would
See call today. about twen- him as many flowers as erts, Dint. Supvr. Reg. Dist 1. Wrecker Service Day Night
or us I' the way to Quincy buy. The clerk asked what kind I Store materl-I or
miles east of here but waS be- $13.53; StcrnbPrg's
ty old
and the
he wanted
of flowers
the al for sewing room, $22.55; G.V. i iI .
lieved to have extended over man said softly:: "Just flowers. My .., -
-- ---- -
State line Into Decatur and Seminole old woman tiled today. I want :I :;--

Counties Georgia. Electric flowers for her"
h HAROLD C. \WALL AgencyAll service at the State Hospital for !

the Insane here was off for about! The clerk got together so many I i EASY TO CARRY HOME. .
INSURANCE hour. flowers-he would pay for most of 6 Bottle Cartons Y
lines of dependable an
them himself he had to help the

+ old man carry them home. BuJ j I Now Sale at the EASY TO SERVE
on I
-- ABSENTEE: B.LLOTSJACKSONVILLE.Another! there the old man said, "Thank
all- you, son for helping me this far 1A

STILL STRIVING TO IMPROVE THE time political record was set righton but now I'd thank you to go away following places:

the heels of the mark set up and let me set the flowers about I; ,

QUALITY OF LAUNDRY SERVICE [ Saturday night when a total of like mother would have liked I I

63,789 registrations was announc them. You ape, his voice breaking 4I

-- -------- ed. Mail reclpts of absentee ballots In a sob "these are the first I
yesterday brought the total to flowers I ever bought her, and- I
Softener A. M. Darby
Latest Type Water 872. The previous high was 866, and i>he loved them so.Melborne :
InstalledFor set prior to the first 1936 primary Times. I 1J r

J. OHIe .. + :
election. County Judge -- -- -- Tip-Top Store
the absentee I
Edmunds yesterday gave A YEAR
ballots to Supervisor of

One Week Only-Week of May 9luiW Registration Emory H. Price, who MEN WANTED A&P StoreSistrunk's .

transmitted them to the
lit turn /
ONE ('1I.\\i0.; : LIED liNEN-BKVICKll MEK: officials who will be In charge of Due to a national expansion program I, /f .
((8 SUtF.TS: I> C.\i'lF.-:!) I( 'I Store 9
Nt, called for 01' delivered unlellll Included In Pay Bundle) the(Democratic double and primary Republican elections) In picture a laige, advertising, well-established company motion -I I' J tqe 'r"

-- the 67 county precincts. nan several attractive sales opportunities : .
J. W. White I
caliber men with II
YOUR ENTIRE for high
-- --
SEND YOUR sales experience, preferably In radio -,
WORK Less than or newspaper field. Applicants Green's Store
.de PElt POUNITIIKN > I must for bond, be willing There u. certain things a ,
IEM4 2. MM. POUND six: hours after Elmer. H. Holton,
5bit C PJllt travel and able to finance selves woman can do Ihet make a house
l I LitS: Olt MOKK of 19 Stonewall to
41, carpenter
-- Street was killed curly Sunday on I for sixty days. Earnings are unlimited ; A. H. Hall mOle atlractive! and comfortable. ) 7

Riverside Avenue, by what policedescribed Work U Interesting. In And one of( the bed U to have
AS GOOD AS THE BEST send complete details--, always ready
SERVICE car, replying Ice-cold Coca-Cold
t CLEANING as a hit-and-run
TIlE PLANT AND SEE I references. If : i S. R. Johns Store
VISITORS( WELCOME TO INSPECT PRESSED Horace ,Johnson 2:!. of 539: Dell- age experience end (for any occasion.
HOW YOUR CLOTHES ARE arrested at his aatlnfactory/ un Interview will be to lo the
wood Avenue was I And ifs so .ea> buy
Tad, !Screen Advertl- i iI
- --- horn on ch->I' ,-"S alleging manslaughter I 1 arranged. Suwannee Store band &bo.COCACOLA.
In connection with the tntf!:, In" 507 Walton Bldg. At i .5

Police laid that they lanta Ga UpI i ict-coio is ivmT HACI itsi, \
CLEANERS AND accident i __ _
STARKE DRY took Johnson in custody at 6:20A. : understandhow Smith's Station IT BI10NOS IN YOU ICI-iOX AT HOMI
M. Sunday after Holton wu In- A sheriff I \

stantly killed at 12.45: A. U, when I Detroit girl strikers withstood

LAUNDRY struck by a speeding; automobile a long; tear gas barrage, not know Stern's Garage

between ing that girls feel the. tter for a j ,
Riverside Avenue,
28 on _. ;/
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Junius M. Smith Prop. I Stonewall and Jackson Street good cry. -


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&RADFORD COUNTY TELEGR.-U'n. sTA.d4E. FJA.RIOA FRIDAY. l1.3ocictJj .vv' ....
-" .. ---- ... --_.-- --- ... ... .. -.. -- -- --- _-_- -.. -. a... 38

Mrs. Sewell)) Entertains had averaged him for th, --

I / I' I HANDS ACROSS THE KEYS I VisitorsMrs a crate net which return If of taken$3.28 .,p, ''I, ves,, eo:rat;l

W. B. Sewell entertainedher age means a net rr>tn.. ,, '

s ,I Dy Joseph R Fhesler visitors, Jennings Cottrell, growers here this seA ,''II, ," ., ,:,'
I off Lewis, Frank Thompson, and 107.92. Many growers ,i n.' .
I Bob Cody, all students at the University pay debts contra, tccl sot ,

I of Florida, with a swlmi ago Lima beans will h," "
Miss\ Middleton and Mrs. I II Sara Barefoot Is Honoree i mUll party end picnic supper Sat- major crop to movp from' t t'' ,

McLendon EntertainU. I At Swimming Party urday IIftprnoonatthoBurns'place tlon as there are seven i nacres

r ,,rs' M r I on Kingsley Lake planted to thou" .

I D. C. Chapter Sum niirpfoot. diiiiKhtpr of Miami ,1. ." .. .,.. t I After. enjoying swimming and season.
ThiW 1'. Weeks Chapter' United lAw P Barefoot\ was the / tA rr lra other water sports Mrs. Sewell.

Daughters of he I Confederacy, honoree at n delightful swimming !ry I assisted by Mrs. J. H XVnwm: "School (:Ur..t..l, i ,
afternoon at the party Thursday afternoon from served the
tn< Wednesday guests a tempting picnic Through the ,
home of Dr and Mrs. W. E Mid 3:30: until 6.00: at the Klckliter I supper. effttiK ,.
entertained Lake when her and tin. ': \> \
hospitably place on Kingsley
dleton and were ,. I Those enjoying/ the party with Woodlawn School who" i
Mlddloton mother entertained for her. Sara : .
Miss Madge I.
by the boys were Miss Frances Peek, voted,! to consolidate with '
The I ,
her twelfth birthday
and Mrs. H and B. sun parlor were, anniversary at this time. I Miss Harriet Bishop, Miss Harriet I; tey School the building; cg
living loom Benson, Miss Edna Pearce gazed.
and will be <
Lt irtvcrielected I h" ,

with gladioli, 'snap dragon and other water
decorated Swimming ">I
and stately the i N1 I I'Gayle, Virginia and Jimmy Sewell.I on the school m-,,,.. .,, _
clarkla, delphinium games were enjoyed by young '
--y the use of the school ,. -1 :
EasterIlles.\ people, after which refreshments 7t,
Mrs E. J{. Perryman presidedover of Ice cream and Individual cakes % I NoticeThe community canning center" ,

a lengthy business meeting were served. Each guest was presented Woodmen Circle will meet In Baptist Retis'ul

The registrar. Miss Olive Ray, re with a novelty favor as a I L I the Woodmen Hall Tuesday night The Rev. E. D. Boyer i, ,"I',",

ported that the credentials for memento of the party. a + at 8 o'clock, according to Mrs. L. pastor: of the local Baptist! ( 'HI',, I,
Mrs. L F. Chapman and Mrs. Lex Mrs. Barefoot was! assisted in I I S. Hutto of hero and Rev. O. E. Cutshaw |)as
Green were finished, and the serving and entertaining the i } nation. tor at this time are conducting .(

Chapter was pleased to welcome guests by her daughters, Mrs. L. .. t to be present as important bus II I- series of Revival meeting*. .,it t 'K h,,,
them aa members. Mrs. Chapman J. Green and Miss Juanita Bare I ness matters are scheduled toI church here for the next wj, i( ,"II ,
comes In by a demit from the De- foot. I come before the meeting. longer and the public is m".1 ,, ,'

Land Chapter. Those Invited to enjoy the afternoon I ---+ I dially Invited to attend each ''',,'.
Arrangements were made to with the honoree were: I, Woman's Club To Have nlnK at eight o'clock.

give a tea at the club house early Patsy Keen Ida Lulu Davis, Carolyn Mr. and Mrs. J H Moor, i 100ft
this month, the tea to be directedby Keen, Ruth Simpson, Fred- MeetingMrs recently for Ft. Meade wh,, \It,
the finance committee, which die Wimberly, Alice June Hard- D. P. Carpenter, president Moore is Interested in the .". "et

is composed of Mrs. J. W- Andrews Ing, Carolyn Green, Gloria Buford, sew f of the Woman's Club, will preside corn deal.

Mrs. O L. Haynes and Mia. Catherine and Jo Ella Wooten M [ Miss Bessie Terry, or 1a"k''m.''.,

W E Torode, and tblH committee : George Flynn, J W. Andrews, Jr., I Wednesday vine was visiting relative, i, 'r?
will be assisted by Minn Madge Comer Perryman, :Michael Dew, the_ club auditorium. over the week-end.
Middleton and Mrs L. A. Ren- ,f. E Denmark, Enos Hayes, Oth- [ The Bl-County Federation will Mrs Pauline Torode of St I Ie'

nolda. ma Haynes, Leonard Peek, and ; j meet with the club at this time. was visiting here Tuesday.W. .

Time and place for the annual Leonard Smith.. .a Mrs. J. H. Benson chairman of Fred Moore and Wad (,nskins .

picnic In June will be announced .---- Twat ,, hty1 n"'a music will have charge of the who have been transacting
later The president appointed on I Baptist Circle Meets I program. business in North Carolina :I.

the luncheon committee Mrs. O. {I Hostesses for tile afternoon will turned to their homes hen sun' .
Circle Number One of the Bup-
L Beasley Mrs J. M Brownlee I I be Mrs N. D. Wainwright Sr., day.
and Mrs. George W. Roberts. tistVomen's Missionary Society II II I Mrs A E :McKinney, Mrs. W. L. James K. Goodfellow v. ,is .. >,rIng .

Col. W. T. Wleeks' daughters, met Monday afternoon at 3:30: {I I Wall, Mrs. L. O. Hazen, Mrs. L. in Fort Meade, Sumln\
o'clock at the home of Mrs. L. B.
Mrs. W L. Wall, MrsJ.. M. I A Davis Miss Rubye Lilley, and Mr. and Mrs. F. R run a <'In
Harding with eleven members And .
Brownlee, Mrs J. E. Wilson and Miss Ernestine Buddington. were visitors to Jackann >
three visitors present. I
Mrs. S. T. Dell, presented the -- + Tuesday afternoon
Chapter with a valuable book. The Harding home was beauti- LAWTEY Retires
RIMe and Fall of the Confederacy fully decorated with seasonal Charles Dlnklnn, 65 on, "
," written by Jefferson Davis flowers for this occasion. 4 ,/ O. J. Phlllipa, Cnrr 'sp
"Rice In the Old South" was Mrs L. G Powell, circle leader Seaboard Air Line Ry and i I'
the subject suggested by the Historian had charge of the devotional. Mrs. I << !Season Closes pant! twenty years local ag .it ,
General for the month of Powell was assisted by Mrs. A. M II I The 1938 strawberry season officially for the Railroad and Express'1 m

May,, and Mrs. L. G. Powell read Darby and Mrs. R. A. Thomas. closed for this year Tues- pany was retired on pension I i st'
the ----- ." -- '- I day when the last car of the seas- Saturday, having
social -
a short paper which stated that During hour\ the host- -- completed hit

rice has been grown for nearly ess served a tempting refresh- ____ .. .. .. (3f"t<0 feature A Photo Syndicate)' I: on moved. The from total the local platform. thirtieth year of service with 'h>'
two centuries In North and South ment course to those present rimis challenge, "discover whose bands are portrayed The hand above are the hand of Fritz Kreisler I this season was railroad, May 1, and will devote hi.
Carolina and Georgia, a package Iin the above montage of composers," would be Sergei Rachmaninoff Walter Damrosch Gena Brans, 44-789 crates or 1,612,404 pints time to his chicken farm locatedin
of rice seed difficult to take up. In the fingers of these famous combe Daniel moving by trucks and express the western part of the
being brought here Mrs. L. A, Davis, Mrs. E. 1<. Per- musicians and lies Gregory Mason Leopold Godowiky, city
composers a wide divergence of cars and does not include
from Madagascar In 1694 ryman, Mrs. L. A Rennolds, Mrs.S. Ihape, thickness and flexibility. These are the handsof Edwin Pranko Goldman Deem Taylor Albert Stoesel sent to local "Captain Charlie" as he is knownto
After the business meeting adjourned E. Brownlee, Mrs. J. M. Brownlee men and women who are among the leading com- V.. Lawnhurtt David Gulon, Eubie Blake Sig- markets which take his many friends here will be
Mrs. McLendon and Miss Mrs. W. L Wall, Miss Olive posers of America members of the American Society round Spaeth Frank Black and Pietro A. Yon. up a good percentage of eachyear's greatly missed In the local offio

Middleton served their guests with Ray, Mrs. Ethel !of. Biggs, Mrs. L. of Composers Authors and Publishers, which protects See If you can identify the owners without consult. crop. One local grower at the depot where he spent so
pound cake, frozen fresh peaches I Q. Powell: also two guests, Mrs. their work against infringement and which license Ing the answer key. Fritz Kreisler should be easy. stated Wednesday that his crop many years
and whipped cream. Members W. E. Middleton and Mrs. the legitimate use ol their creation In public per. Hi are, of course, the hand at the violin. Can you
W H. .
formance for profit. ,.. .
the ?
: !mJfe > Identify other
present besides the hostesses iI'i I
were: Biggs, of Lawtey.CONGRATULATIONS. .. I

'"' "' .... -.. .. .. .. -- VOTE FOR
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... h. M. L. WATTERSONFor
"<'-' ANSWER KEY. '
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.1. Deem Taylor: Composer of 6. David Gulon "Home' On the 11. Frank Black: Radio musical director *
"The King' Henchman" and Ranger
commentator 3
7. Walter DamroMh: Conductor, It. Sergei' Rachmaninoff; Pianist
1. Fritz Krelalcr: Composer of
TO THE CLAR "Schoen Roemarln" and Composer a Country.of Opera" "Man Without and composer. Your Support and Your Vote Will Re Appreciated in
JEAN SHOPPE "Llebesfreud. It. Edwin Franko Goldman Bandmaster
I Albert Stoessel Director. Ora. t. Kubl Blake: Composer of negro and composer the Second Primary, May 21th
musical comedies.
f' torlo Society; Composer 14. tlamund' Spaeth Tune Detective -
= IT IS WITH SINCERE GOOD \\ISIIES THAT Vee" Lawnhuret;, Composer' 9. Leopold Qodowakyl Pianist, and critic. <(
WE EXTEND OUR CONGRATULATIONS TO I popular longs.B. .composer. K. Daniel Gregory Mason Composer *
Gene Branseombe! Choral Director 10. Pietro A. Yon Compoier; Or- : MacDowell Professorof
TilE CLAn"JEAN SHOPl'E-A CREDITABLE ; Composer of 'Youthot canlst, Bt, Patrick'. Cathedral Muslo' Columbia University

ADDITION TO THE BUSINESS LIFE OF I the World.'.'. New York Clt,.: New York City. I T\ ,......,....,. _........,....._... Ia' I
J1.r\ttJ.. LIIXGe..II: UK
STAKKE AND BRADFORD COUNTY. WE My :Many Years. Experience Make. It Possible fore) to Render
W M. S. Circles
Shirley and Frances Colley Miss Peek and Miss

AND THE GOOD PATRONAGE THAT THEY Hold Regular Meeting Entertain With Weiner Are Honorees At MODERATE PRICES
SO GREATLY DESERVE! Mrs. W. B. Parks was hostessto Roast On Birthday Delightful Party CONVENIENCE WITH NO YOUR CHARGE

, Circle Number One on Monday Shirley and Frances, Colley, Miss Frances Peek and Miss DeWITT C. JONES

afternoon, at her home on N. Walnut daughters of Mr and Mrs Ray Harriet Bishop, members of the Starke, Florida

Street which Was decorated Colley, were entertained with a 11)33 graduating class of Bradford [ i It.nr UN. 1 MRht ph. 1.12: :
for the occasion with a variety of weiner roast Thursday afternoon I --- -- ------"f.'IIIiJ--' --.
High School, were honorees at a''':
spring flowers.
it 4:00: o clock at the home of their
STARKE TELEPHONE CO. The circle chairman Mrs. Char- parents. Shirley and Frances cel- delightful theatre party and ten 'I

It'v: 10. Johns, presided over the ebrated their tenth and twelfth Friday afternoon of In '. week VIE PACK
H. A. Bishop Owner business enaion end l Mrs. W A. birthday anniversaries at this when Mrs. DeWitt C Jones and!

Fischer conducted the Bible study time. Miss KINo Jones entertained!! for i J AND MAIL
:..- from Songs in the Night, taken them at thclf home In Guinesvllle _
--- After
-- -- from the book of Isaiah. The After the theatre the
program party ;
r games on the lawn the young folk YOURnAnTUPP'c
was In charge of Miss Olive roasted welners around a big bon- I guests wore invited out to the
I Ray, who used for her subject Highlands! home of the hostesses :
matter selections from the World! fire.Mrs. lor tea. J ..a_ a a a..a" ...,
BRADFORD COUNTY Albert Keen assisted Mrs.
Outlook, which told! of some great Stately 4
arrangements of
Colley In and spring
entertaining servingthe ; DAY
ptsople Mrs. T. J. Griffin read flowers
were employed in decorating
following guests, who were Invited
THANK YOU about Bishop Isaac Lane; Mrs. J. the home for this occasion.
W White told of Recollections of enjoy the afternoon with ; PURCHASESFROM
Charlie Soon; and Mrs. J. H the young honorees: Marjorie Sue Miss Peek and Miss Bishop were

Fields read about Susannah Wesley Middleton Wanda Pearce, Hazel given china dresser sets as mementos + US
the mother of John Wesley. Fields, Marlon Love, Annlce and of the party and novelty ,
Collette Green, Barbara Keen, crystal slippers were given to all
During the social half hour the Freddie the guests as favors.
Wimberly, Patsy! Keen,
hostess, assisted by Mrs. C. H. Alice June Harding, Virginia An- Those enjoying the afternoon \J\
Nasworthy, served GIFTWRAPPING
light refreshments derson and Ida Lulu Davis. with /
I needed only few honorees and hostesseswere
a more votes to secure as many Mrs. Parka had as her
t Shirley and Frances were the : Miss Doshla Smith, Miss 1
guests Charlie K. Johns, Miss
voles as both my opponents in the May 3 Primary Olive Ray Mrs Carrie Ritch, Mrs. recipients of many lovely gifts. Harriet Benson Miss Miriam

p. it J. White Mrs.! -+--- Guy, and Miss Edna Pearce.
election W? B K. Perryman,
MrsA! F. Sauls, Mrs. T. J. Griffin Auxiliary To Have MeetingThe --+ Adrienne, Cara Nome Coty and Eveningin
Mrs! F. H Long, Mrs. J. H. Ladles' Auxiliary of the ,

Therefore it will be necessary for a second electionon Fields Mr. M. B. Merlon, Mrs.V Presbyterian Church will meet Phillips-Odom Paris Cosmetics
\ A. Fischer and Mrs. C. H. Nas- Tuesday afternoon at 3:30: o'clockat i Announcement has been made of
:May 21th, 1938, for the office of State Attorney. worthy. the home of Mrs. S. E Brown I the marriage of Miss Vernle Phillips

Circle Number On" will meet in lee. I of Starke, to J. D. Odom, of Special Monogram Stationery inMother's

June with Mrs. A 'Wood Mrs. E. M. Davis will have Havana, Fla., on Friday, April 22,
I am taking this Day Boxes
in the
space Bradford County Telegraph Circle Number Two was entertained charge of the program and has in Green Cove Springs. The Rev.

to ask; my many loyal friends in Bradford Coun- l by Mrs W. P. Smith at her chosen as her subject for the afternoon W. E Hall performed the cere
homo on South Church Street. "China.." mony.
Nunnally's and
ty to continue to give me their great help in the run-off The living room where the meet- Mrs.. T. N. Kendrick! will lead Mrs. Odom! prior to her marri- Gale's Chocolatesin

election on May 21. ing was held was made more attractive i the devotion. age was Miss Vernle Phillips Mother's Day Boxes
by bowls and vases of daughter of C. M. Phillips and the

bright hued flowers.. clal half hour was enjoyed.The late :Mrs. Minnie Phillips, of 50c to $3.00
Mrs. L,. C. Ray conducted the Starke. She was a member of the
My Bradford friends I hostess, assisted l Miss
County sincerely thank by 1038: I
you. Bible
study which was a chapter graduating class of the Bradford
I from Songs In the Night, ami all Kate Struth, served light refreshments County High School and was Sewing Cabinets Containing Beautiful
to the
those present took persons: popular with the f'
a part In this younger nit.
Mrs. Assortment
Walter Splgener of Saint I of Chocolates
I study by reading quotations from Mr. Odom!
Matthews S. a young business
C., who is houseguest |
I of Mrs. W P. Smith Mrs.L. man In Havana where the young | $3.75
"Ret'ollectlcna) of Charley Soon" D. Vining, II..*. L. A. Davis, people will make their home. I
T. E. DUNCAN ; from the World Outlook wus usedon ''I Mrs J. F. Colley, Mrs. Pearl Simpson Mr. and Mrs. Odom have many I

the program, and those taking Mrs. I... S. Hut to. Mrs W E. friends here who will be See Our Window
Candidate for State part wore Mrs. L. A Davis. Mrs. Middleton, Mrs. L. C. Ray and ed to learn of their Interest.I j
Attorney L, D.
Vlniog and Mr.. Pearl Simpson Miss Kate Struth.
The circle chairman, Mr. L. + '
A, Davis presided over abort I \ CARPENTER'SI.'w
a Ten thousand to 20,000 offspring The nest of the harpy eagle
business session, after which a so-I are produced by a queen bee. I weighs fourteen pounds. I 1I 1

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I Mrs -I Uildabelle Bence and Mi. l by "I..f.. ..'!.U'.M: :":53. and 845 of ill uiliNiiiuuiit entitled 01 I.BVleilti provided .l by Chapter IHIiiA i\\If the I
and Mra. J. H. Benson were vis I'no' and I'm "11'HpeetU eltind ,lepr \. sill i I.,. ..Id t'n the' lilK-hnnt ID.17: .11'tn ."( the t.iRNIaini ?, upon
Ding friends >'n<',ni, mipuld liixen fin the M>artui li 'ld.l, .ti I th>. '"UiotfM, elixir, In the fiillnwlnir dtncrlhtid Intl| < *"Ate
in Green Cove .t', I"Ia'. li..th !Ini lilHlve, nniuiintIIIK "'I.nke mi 1 the J'lth duty: ?.r :May, I91S. In tlu> rnunly Bits of Springs Wednesday. I" SllIr l 49Nnul at I II I no.. 'irrlurlt A. MI : to-wlt :
,,I lax' i el llfli'lltl-H togrethel with I"., "'d! thin .the :Kith iliiy nt ,April VV'u uf I4lk :to an Kxtomlptl: mi '
L i RECIPES nil! MlliHimient umltled Ul Uevlcd 1938. KIIHOVH Map Kx. U 105 ft, Oiln- Y
Mrs Morris Edwards and children I luxen will be Mold to the highest in.- I'-ICIAI. REAL: ) Inal Town of Bmrke, In NEVt!
left last week for --. hinder" at the f*ourt hiniH door Instill A J. THOMAH. of fl\V'4'\ K".-. 28 '''p. 6 H. It. 22 ETill' .
Branfordto I ke on the tOth day ot May. IOU.at 'It-ik, nf ,'II''ull. Court of 'IIIM-M III,, blHlilll HIP" "V lilt-lit std ,
csal f e Join Mr I I.u headquarters there Escalloped EggpinntNow : luted I this the ioth: day ot...Airll| 5.0 I! "II' .5.20. Hptftl\oly' and represent unpalillaxi'H p
I that eggplant are at their IMSIfllTlrlAL. ---- fin the :years' MH2 in 1 IH.m,
IHo:."L) .
-- have a refipa that we iv' ')')IE both Inclusive uniounttiifr tu $269 40.H'llft
PEOPLE BUSINESS AND prime we i \''fI'1t "wrtitx i""
o-'EUNING OUR Miss A..1. 1 I4U1tAS tax i.o'.IIt1..l.i 'e Koiht't't' with
( I ,,
1 I Ruby Lilley left Wednesday -{i know you will like ,to hitve. Mrs. Clerk of Oh'cult, Court of TIIK'I101 'r, 501'I'1II111YIlls : all HtiliHHiiuiHit l.t vlodtiixcn

MM( M.HESS; OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN for an extended visit with herplI.t'nls. ft. L. Kemp sent us this recipe tfldfiiid. Con.ily, KloiIdHB03IS20. I I IIICT HVl. Cttli>lllllIM "\".. .17014 IYHt111111"1'1'1' i.iddiMat will be Mold I'.I. tllh..r: liinh.-it'
the Courthouse
dour In
Mr. and Mrs. L.11- UK I'tIM' U .
George and It sounds delicious. tsssrr'1' ,
certainly '' Hdnko on the 201 h day of May. 1"1.I ,
Icy In Olmstead Illinois.Mr IIINKIII I i r.ot it 11'flO o'clock A. M.Dated .
I I 1 eggplant diced )> >UIICn (>!' .1 U.Io'' OK 'r t X Hliirkil+Moilil I In t thi County :
: ; this the :tot h buy' nf April,
1 teuxpoon suit. ( 1:11'I'IFI'Yf: ls: of llrHdroidNOTlci 183SlOKFKIAl..
-.II and Mrs. J. J. Canova and .VOTH-13 l.s IIKItlCRr OIVK.V' that : l Is hi'i.hv dlv.'ii I that thoiiliov SIlAt)
I 'j cup Kllced cheese :>r F \\litKliiH has filed with me tinned. linnUi rapt WIIHiulnnlert
FSI gale hy Eastern Star Snt' Mrs. L. D. Vining and Mrs. K. son John of Gainesville were the '. cup bread crumbs uittti'ti reijnent that the tax rertirienluH | nil :Starch, 14 1 38. has. ric-rk A J., TIIUMAM of Circuit" Court of

( to CllnO"I" '" G. Duncan spent last Thursday in guests Sunday of Mr. Canova's '3 milk together with all HUlmaiinont held- fll,'" .niiplk'iitliin fur, rhaiKu" from I H, "...ro,1 County,, Klorlda
ada' cup omitted or levied taxes all 0'l.ia' iiiiuiihlu nfrainxi' said S i-rt-ll-5-ZO' : ( .
Jacksonville. mother Mrs. E. E Cunovn. 1 teaspoon butter hv tho Ptliti lie adxertlnnd and sold unnkiiiiit: i-xitpt. : such no am *x-
in the ItlKlteHt bidder for cash anPi ii'litoil liy liitv. from such illxtharitoami --- -
Duvls was a business vlsilor ------ --- -- Boll diced eggplant until ten ox'tiled liv Chapter IS298 of I the (hat a hi-nrliiir will b" hail he-
I I. 4 Hammock Wednesday. Mrs L. D. Green and daughter Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall of der. Add salt and butter. Drain l'l.7:! nilH nf the I.eRrlHlatnro, upon fore the iindorHlKiiKil Iti'fpriMi on --- --
m'uif I ; Tallahassee '. the following deHeilbeii real eel atn .liillf 2. 1'ISK! : nt 10 ocloi-k A M nt
Elise spent last week in Tampa spent the weck-enil off water and add milk and breadcrumbs In the County of lliadford State of hiM (ifflii,101: (Irnhain liulldlnw, FRESH MULLET-
visiting relatives. here as guests of Mr. Wall's par- nnd cover with cheese. Kl salads cuke, .te.. visitAstrra ents Mr and Mrs. W. L. Wall. VW., of N\VH See 14 Tp. 6 8:. and I other person In interest SEA TROUT-
For Bake in moderate until
food sale Saturday. a oven II 20 1C. enntalnlllR 40 AtleH, me hereby nollflvit lo then and
Star -- --- cheese melts Serve Immediately. more or leHn. thenHhuw calico I If any I they havct
Mrs. Lloyd Moore and children J. B. Sllcox, son of Mr. and Mrs. The tnxoK to lie sold are evidencedby why tint prayer, of Held petitioner BOTTOM: FISH-
certificate NUH. 17 and 02; of 19.1.: Hliuiilfl not IIP granted
Sirs L, A Davis and Mrs. Lloyd of Raiford, were. guests Thurs- D. L. Silcox, who has spent the and pi.t.t: respectively and represent I'XTKU, Jai'IIHIIIIV'ilk>, l.'lorlilu. Also
spent Tuesday In Jack- day of Mrs, A. H. Green. past year In Miami has returnedto Moving turkeys to new ground unpaid, tll"." for the yearH 1131 to April| 22 1938.
'errvmlln will du much toward preventing 1HS! : both Inclusive amounting to MOIKIAN P JUNKS:<
fonvllleIHS..M Starke, where he will make his 131 69. lit-foiuu In Uank'uI'h'Y. FRESH WATER FISH
disease In the flock .
Mrs. P. M. Barefoot Mrs. Lloyd home. AI.BO: SWM of NW't ". Hv I-ro-B.
----+- -- 14 B N. KSO .
and Lillian lit Wnv.Hep Tp SHRIMP: & CRAIJMEAT:
Evelyn Green and Miss Juanita Barefoot
"A bronze eagle disappearedfrom K, ontalnlnK 38 Acre,, moro aO'1'I/ 01' aI.n 0'. 'I''X
Wednesday In Jack- In Jacksonville Mrs. L. A. Davis or leHH c"n: I'II"U'1'1'R'INOTICE '
spent spent Monday spent Thursdayin
a New Yolk lawn It can- The InxitH. to be mild aro evldenoedl.v 1:4: 1t1 ICIlEBY tiIVEN thai
'onvdle Gainesville attending the dis- not be the one now believed hovering cerllflenl" NOB 8 and ((18 of 1031 Ervlna A. H"nnh'l has filed with
Mrs. O. L. Haynes Othma trict meeting of the Third Brigade. and 1111 respectively and represent' "file' wrltlen request that the IIIXcu'lIlIcaoM Magnolia Fish Market
over Washington, as that is unpaid taxcn for the year 1030 to tugothet'' with all sub.aegarnt .
Mi' an Mrs C. )I, Nasworthy Haynes Jr., and John Anderson United Daughters of the Confed- blue. inti: $. both' inclusive, amounting to "...ltt.,1 "I' levlHd taxes held I'lIO.NK 37
viHitora to Jacksonville spent Tuesday in Jacksonville. eracy. I51.9I. by :the St taI'" he ad vent lsed Dud auld
\Ie''" Al.hONKVi' of NE',. N of Uv I to the highest hlddui for; :i-imh an I "'I
"esdllv ----- M \N 'floII" tvDrl.Enlc'.1I4) See. 16 Tt>. fl 8. H. 20 E., "on.j ,
Miss Mary Canova of Tallahas- E. L. Matthews has returned to .. ,, i) "IIIJU'EI.I',1'I0'\ j tnfnliifr 1ft Acres, mole or lena.
Lewis and Miss Bev- the weekend here with Ills home At n meeting held on the 2nd I centiflenle be Hold autlId0egolf1x32
M lames eee spent after spending two weeksIn <,11ot May A. D. I9SS, the Bonrd h)' NOH 18
i.rlv .caciy spent Monday In Taldhdsse her mother Mrs. E. E. Canova South Florida on a campaigntour of .(',,ti nly CommlHHltim'l'" of Hinelfm I nnd 1H.I1: respectively and rep.reaeut THE WORLD'S GOOD NEWSwill
(1 (" ""illY, Florida appointed the unpnld taxes for the years
with his father Eugene S. 1131 to I91S. both inclusive amount-
followIng; Clerk'n' and InnpectorHfor come to your home every day through
----- Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Benson and Matthews. tinSri' mid Prlmnty Election to Init .to $17.12.
he : I). Hal) tax ,'BI.tlth'nl.... tnftnlher with THE CHRISTIAN
H.irdee of St. Augustine held mi 24th day <>r Mny A. SCIENCE MONITOR
I J'm Mrs Roy Bence were visiting in 1 IBISI'lttliiif. nil HtiliHiMiiunt| omitted or levied
"II i i ecent guest of Mr. and Mrs. Creen Cove Springs Wednesday. Miss Wilier Mae Thornton accompanied No. 1. I... trv Cl. liarnl taxes will he Hold to the highestbidder An International Daily Newspaper
Davis ..I l Peirce i Clerk \. ,If Hurley' at the Court house door InStill It records for sot the world' lfen. constructive dense The Monitor'
I. \ --- --- her uncle, Allen W. the 201 h of 111X
lie day AT.l.v. ,
1. A. Howe find J. Q. Router, In- on does not exploit crime or neniHtlnn: anther does it Ignore them,
Milton Brownlee, of Gainesville Thomas to Oteen and Ashvllle, N. "-,'torn.Pifelmf. at 11:00' oVIoek A. M. but do.lj correctively with them. r "tureii for busy men and HI the
of N'<>. 2. Noilli, Stnikp' ; A. tinted this the 30th duty nf April family. Including the Weekly
W H. Biggs Lawtey Mngtulnc Section
\1'" here with his C., where will for
spent Tuesday parents they sight-flee n M<>nrc. cloikHhur: M.'lm. I IHinOFFICtXr ----.-.----------- -. .
of ------------- --- -------- -
MI's.glh'j ----
uan the guest Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. two months. True A. J. THOMAS: PuhlKtltow BoclBlj'
.. :rio
8111gs ion Irmpt'otoi'H" one Norm* Boiton Mn. .
i ai clni i-tli
,, Clerk of Plrrult Court of
I're. iin-t' No. a, South' Slnrko:
--- I -- Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Canova and CharlesOarby, Clerk) Veil ThomaH, flrndfnrd County Florida Please' enter of "" "lll"orlinlon < Th. Chrutl.n Science Monitor for I

\1 i Vi, .I. Griffin of Jucksoniu I and n. c Hnford and M. K. D..nwr"Mt.InMI 6-(A-3l I-j.20.( WedneMtu monll'
Miss Mina Manasaa has returnedto children Mary Ann Carolyn ,.. ? i ho guest this week of Mrs. her home after spending a few of Gainesville were guests Thursday 1'icclni-t No 4. tlrHlmm.; IC. :%O'fl..l 0. 11.11' er'rty no

IEtn.'! Biggs days in Atlanta, Ga., with relatives of M,'. Canovu mother, Mrs.E. mitti' Clerk.. : .Joh,, '" Hiirrenev.' WT ('I'll: 'I'IfIC t'I'14sNuTl''I'1 : Neme. .__ _u___________________.__________ I
| :MiK\i ami Cull luni'H Innpectoi is HIKI-HY:! UI\KX: : unit
E. CnnovaH 'H. I.III''M 1 i:. Kiniikllii, and Sam Franklin .u
,5 I Epperson and Mrs. G. 1'rrrinet i No!I 5. Hinipton., 11. TlWlRultiH. han filed with me urlitin i iquext Adtree.---------------------------------------------. ;
--- r'li-i rk : n.i \\'. Itahnio, Jr., that the tux eertlfleiiti.M I..,. i i
I on spent Monday In Mrs. A. H Hall and daughter H Stroman returned home (1 H W'HJ, .
held the .tBlbe ,, ..... ... .... .... ....... .
Ja"" .n lie Sharon returned Saturday from a Wednesday after spending two rv, In-peeiorw.I'l'iclnrt lexleil taxes bv :o> ..r :>::O> ;>::-.4!:".::> fj !
No.8. Theresa; A. L. advertlHOd and null to .. -- -. ._ -- -- _..,._--- -- .. -----
-- vacation In North and South Car- weeks In Tallahassee with his Hnlllvnni' | >rk 'Wllmer Riown, highest hltliltir for each an "
olina. brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Thnintoii, Jrihiio I\n In$I.dol'A. 1937 nets fif 'Ihn Legislature,
CENTACOLUMNFOR WORD I __ Mrs. Carl Stioman. I'ipi-lnct No. 7, VPW River; .Tohn the following described. real "..
Miss Pauline Priest of Gainesville -.------ :Mi-Nt-al: Clerk.; O W. Andrews, II. I.. In the County of Hiadfoid, Stat'" < TIP TOP I\F.I.WUU'S
Johnn. and rireen :Moody Iniqipctora. Florida, :
will spend the week-end here Friends of Mr. and Mrs L. 0. '' Precinct No. 8, Brooker; O. n. Me. Lot I-lor Illork 41 llvlnn""li
with her parents Mr and Mrs. E. Hazen and daughter Minnie Lou Oaolsp ciPik.: Clvdo Kelly Shelly Truhv & Co>. Snh-DIv of NI':'.,
Fowler and Tom Stewart Inppee- of NI';'", five 28 Tp. 6 S. It 22 E,. FLAKES
SALE Easter Lilies for C Priest. will regret to learn that they have tors.o"'FII. The taxes to ba Mold are evidenced GROCERYCORN
moved to Gainesville where they ( AI. SEAL) bv certificate NOH .152 and USA of
Mother's Day.-Mrs. Q. H. Ben- I. U CONNER IH31 and 10.IS respectively' and repr"M..nl I.
nett It Carl Stroman of Tallahassee is will make their home. chairman It....rd of Bounty unpaid, taxes for the yearn 3 for 21c
CummiMfllonerit." 1'fin: to MI1M. bath Inclusive. amount
the guest of his mother, Mrs. W. --- -
---- Attest: 'log to 10031. MAY 6,7 13 & 14
LOST Green Parrott. Good S Stroman and ulster Mrs. S. S. Mrs. P. E. Stone and children A..1 THOMAS K.I lit tux ftrtlflcat'N: together with ,
'alhei \Mill reward. Mrs. Clerk, to Board. all subsequent omitted or Levied -
give Dowling. Betty and Peggy of Archer were {
f- -- ----- taxes will Im sold to the highest NEW ItKI 5 FOUNDS MtF.SlI HIwCKKYKIPotatoes >
L A Remolds Starke. Itp --- -- guests Saturday of Mrs. Stone's :\01..101"' all.1: OF TAX bidder at the Courthouse door In

._ -- Mrs. B. M. Fuasell who has brother-in-law and sister. Mr. cIcn'I'IFII'ATIN Rtnrku on the 20th diiy of May 193N. :
FIVE.ROOM bungalow good con- NOTICE IS IIKKKHV! GIVEN that at 11 :00 o'clock A. M lOc Peas pound 5c
spent the past few months In and Mis. E. M. Davis. Piinl Bonnott nan filed with me Dated this the 10th day of April. '
lltion Corner lot 100x108, well written that the _
Avon Park has returned to her request tax certificates 1938.
located Priced to sell Wilson together wish all nubmtltienf *- OFFICIAL( 8KAL)
home here. Mrs. James Godbold of Jacksonville omitted or levied. taxes held. A J. THOMAS!'!,
Realty Co 4-1S-3t: returned after l hy the State he nrtvet (lifted. and Hold Clerk of Clicutt Court u( BANANAS 4 Lbs. 15c
Tuesday j
to the hlirhext blddei. for each ns UraiUoril County Florida. ,
FOR SALEFlowers' for every Miss Carolyn Hutto of Columbia spending several days here with provided hv Chapter 1829(1( of the 5-0-31-5-20. ..

occasion attractively arranged S. C., spent the weekend in her mother, Mrs W. S. Stroman the 1937 following arts of the described.PirlNlutiire real' estate upon :\0llt OK "'1.1'1 OK TtX y I\KOK FANCY I.AR6S FANCYCelery

and reasonably priced. Mrs. N. D. Starke with her parents Mr- and and sister Mrs. S. S. Dowling. In the County of llradford State. of ('I.n"1: FIr.a'1'MMVOTICR : eh-iOel
'Kl'irlda, to-wit: IS IIKIIKHV GIVEN thai '
Mrs. L. S. Hutto. Lettuce each lOc :
Wainwright Phone 102 Starke I one Acre In NIC Cor of REt of C. C. Melvln han filed with me willten i '
Fla tf I Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daughters NR.',i K .if State IlOHd No. 13. ,reiiui'Hl,.. that the I lax eeitlfliati! ..'I I I IF111.1'Eli
I H..,. 111 Tp 6 H K 22 I' together with all HllbHelient omitted ---------- --- '--
-- This week the meeting; of the Misses Juanita and Sara I Acre. more or J'HH.1011ttilnliiK in. levied taxes held by| the state ('0-Y MltliVS FANCY f fltN"M j

WANTED Old cotton or linen Woman's Christian Temperance Barefoot Mrs. L. O. Hazen and I The In X"M to tt I <. Mold are evidenced he uilvei,'llBfil and Hold to the high ('.\ OK PET ;.
rag at six cents per pound. No Union will be again held with the daughter Minnie Lou were visiting liv certificate :Nn. 'HI and 3IH of .et lildilor fur cnnh an provided t h<*' .
IU12: and Ii.l5! : leHpuctlvely.. and repleNent Chaptei, 1H21H of I the 11117: (tots of MIL K
one and two inch tld-bits wanted. president, Mrs. K A. Scott. There relatives in Brooker Friday I unpaid taxeH for the year the LeiclHlaturv, upon the follow IIIKdencrlbed
Bring them Monday or Tuesday if were several visitors last week and t'Kl( : to I'l.ix! ;( both liirluHlve, amounting rent. estate In the County
to 124 111 of Hiudfoid" Stale" of Florida, taD ',,-
possible Cash on delivery. Brad-! the part taken by the young ladies Mrs Emma Carlton who wasa ALSO: \;>vi' of SK'4 See 25 Tp 3 small lOc 8 small 25c If:
ford County Telegraph. tf was greatly enjoyed. guest at the home of her brother AS II 21 K. tontlllnlnir; ; 40Aitur NIx' of NK':< & BWM or NKVj I 1
*. more 01" less Also That' 1n.rll..n of "' 1 of n .
and sister-in-law Judge andMrs. The taxes. to lie Hold nin evlileneeilliy 1 N \Vii i': of Pnhlli/ Itoad alnnt I J tall 20c H large 25c ''j -
------ ------ ------ "I I returned Saturday certificate :Nim: lO'l! and 275 nl f 3 Acres Sec g Tp 7 S 11 SO Kcontulnliiff ,
A. Z. Adkins --- -- -- -- -
--- --- -- -- -
I I IDOI.t | Pi:10 and 11113: : i.'.I"'llv..ly, and represent 121 Acres molt 01 I!
to her home In Jacksonville unpaid taxes for the year, lenw,
NAT SEZ : 1929 to 1938. hoth Imluslve, amount The taxes, In he sold are evidenced
-- HiK 10 $129 nil by certificate NOH 61 and 64 of 1IO! :
Mr. and Mrs. William Stringfel- .ALSO' l.ol, :'I 1 ,'I W1{ of I.ot i8t \ mid 19.J4: 1'.Ictlv.'v.' and reprenentuiinnlil ltylCTOES 5c
forget folk, Sunday l lMother's 10''
All Lot
2.1 \Viioillawn Hei tuxes fin the yearH 1129
low and of the State
d 1K Some of .' children JO Tp, 5 S: It 22 K eontulnltiK I'lBN) bush. liiehmlve, amounting to
Day. you i"l Farm spent Friday in Thomas- J>* Alien' more or lent. $:.I07 27 NO. 2

:,4; i lows. who hiivo IHMMI busy gett In ville Gn, attending the Rosei -The- --lama- to he sold uie ..\'lIlen.' ...
I'hen : Homebody elected may lute i I Show and renewing acquaintances I -- 'n___ .. I OLEaib., : 12% CHEESE lb. 17cSwift's

gotten M> I thought/ that I hiul Imtry I ;; ,
Mrs. J lames L Watson andI' !
tee remind jou. In rliwklng o\pr daughter Nancy and the Rev. and W K A P PII E CIA T E I Ii -- .

tho returns it looks like Homo of Mrs. E. J. Cummings all of EJwnrdsvllle : -
I'I Co. Roll Butter Lb.30c:
the boys; uouldn't hate /Rotten tiny Ill., were guests Tuisf i YOUK T PATRONAGE ,

of Mr and Mrs. II. L. I'.iown- .
: \ot<". It their mot hern liuda't. >'otetl day

h 1 for them. r! Ice AND KIND INTEREST Max. House Coffee 2 Lb. can 50c

Ii Dr and MI'K--: II. aMcLendon: I ,
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r, SLIPS : and/E. S daughter Matthews, Jeanette spent ,the and week-Mrs. Talk of the Town Coffee f lb.'lSc'

end in Marianna as guests of Dr. I MANY:' MANY THANKS -- -

Our slips are perfect fitting McLendon's mother Mrs. T. R. C'll.\lt.MEIt I'I'KK LOOSE

I 1 and are made of the finest McLendon. AND:: WE SHALL >
---- -------- Coffee
can 122c Coffee f Ib. lOc
. materials. Mrs. Rose Duncan of Lake Butler STRIVE TO MERIT ..

Mrs. Charles Clogher of Way- I .
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Priced at cross, Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. T. .
I '
E. Duncan of Gainesville were FREE
fi I FLOWERSFOR ParlwayTeaI-4Ib. 19c
$1.00 & $1.95 the guests Friday night of Mr. I SUPPORT GLASS ,i .

and Mrs. K G Duncan. I ___ n__ ___ __ __ _
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Miss Lucille Kennedy Miss Lulu

frl' Redgrave, Misses Hope and Georgia I
r Haynes and Miss Lillian

,, ('. t I Sternberg are enjoying a ten day Sugar 47c

I houseparty at the Sternberg'a sum- ,I I Ibs.Ballard's I .

mer home on Kingsley Lake. i I II BERKSHIRE HOSIERY .

) I i' bte' In a wide variety of the new .. -. -.-- -- .. -
J6d/ \ : .'/- I I Jennings Cottrell. Jeff Lewis'

V / ,' (rw # :i shades! for summer wear-- I Frank Thompson and Bob Cody of :,', A LARGE: SELECTION I Obelish Flour 20 Ibs. 89c t:

students at the University
Chiffon and Service weights. CHILDREN'S CLOTHES: .. ,. .
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Florida In Gainesville were .
4 i : SU.VKIt Kl.Vf
week-end guests of Mr. Cottrell'H We Specialize in these and just
79c&$1.00WASH uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. W.
lots of other things 24
1 ''B. Sewell. |
i I I

J Among the out-of-town persons I I Flour Ibs.KANCV 70ci

who were here Tuesday to cast .
their ballot were: Paul E. Canova, i

of Orlando; W. M. Wainwright '; .
AND LET US j ------ --
1 Cool comfortable and dressy Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall. Miss il : \YI10LK mIlE HOHKt FANCY

7' suitable for house andy Mary G'orge Canova C. White Mr.all of and Tallahassee Mrs.- i I HELP YOU Rice 5 IBs. 17 c /n7eal! 10 lbs 20c

W P. Ran-
street wear and Mr. and Mrs. .. u _

I ; rh-.r ,: R"W"Iy.1 I dell.Friends of Jacksonville.of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph I II SELECTIONCLARJEAN I I GRITS, Fancy, 10 Ibs., 2Qd

Cox, formerly of Gainesville, will
k Jt J $1.00 & $1.98 I .
,: lbe glad to learn that they have I I -- --- ---' --

moved to Starke where they will I Cudaby's Gold Coin Bacon lb. 32c
make their home. Mr. Cox Is con- SHOFPE
It Pays to Buy atSTERNBERG'S nected with the Farm Security Ii

Administration here. Mr. and Mrs. "

Cox are occupying an apartmentat NEXT DOOR TO CARPENTER'S DRUG STORE II Neck Bones 3 Lbs. 25c""

Johns.the home of Mr. and Mr.. S. R- ,



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I r Sorghum Culture Selecting Lumber 'For Parade of the Might of Germany's Army Marks Hitler's Birthday I

FARMERS SECTIONNOTES Hints Are OutlinedBy Farm Barn Repairs ;

Agronomist I The barn Is a key structure on !
most farms. It furnlHhcs shelterfor r
GAINESVILLE! Agronomist W. livestock hay/ and othl'I'r| ,
I feeds: vehicle* and farm Implomenta i I
E. Stokes of the Florida Experiment j
are often stored there while ,
RURAL I Hints To Housewives Station says the for two heavy most not in use Yet this essential' building | rrif4
.siitisfiictory sorghums
--- Is itself frequently one of the |
COMMON under Florida conditions are
I WwUly from Hume Uemonntrallon Texas Seeded Ribbon Cane and most neglect structures on the j jf 1'c ., ti y .
Tallahassee the United i trr "
Specialist "rm. 1
ny SI'UDSt; JOHNSON I Red Top. They should be plantedon
States many burns are in such ,,In..ed
well prepared ground as soon
FAR.MKRS: : VNI GROWF.RSMIGHT VEGETABLE COOKKKl" of repairs and replacement I''!
STORY I that their gaunt frames with missIng [
: CONSIDER 100 to 600 pounds per acre of a ,
OF FATHER AND STICKS Why do we cook vegetables'Some and ; complete fertilizer such IXH 4-8-4 or broken boards seemingly no |)
I people Hay we shouldn't longer' serve any purpose other
usually ofl5.: put down In the drill row
There is tin old, old story abouta : It Is true that cooking; For about a week or ten days before than to blight the American coun-
father whose sons were attain- takes away some food advise planting. Twelve to 15 pounds or tryside.

ing manhood, and how he Impressed this reason nutritionists seed should be planted to the acre Engineers point out that using

upon the minds of hIs boys the you to pot at least one raw vege-food In rows about: four feet apart the proper construction! methods and

necessity of unity of thought and table or fruit each day to get. seed either being drilled three or__ ,suitable woods for barn reoalrs.when rlrG '

purpose. Calling his sons to him'' values you might lose In cooKing for four Inches apart In the row or they are made will prevent

one day he took a stltck In his I But there are good reasons cook them dropped in hills 12 to 15 Inches early replacements in the future. )

hands nnd easily snapped it In two. I'I cooking vegetables. You their apart with three or four seeds to For instance if the burn boardsor

Then he took five sticks of the to soften them, to reduce easier to the hill. Sufficient cultlbation siding Is to be replaced becauseof
size and bound them together bulk, and to make them
same should be given to keep down rot a decay-resistant wood
and tried to break them, but his digest. At the same time, of course flavor weeds and grass. If there are signs should be used such as the heart-

strength was not equal to It. you cook them to change the like better of the fertilizer giving out It's a wood of cypress, redwood, north- "aao i + w --- t
"See, he said "I cannot break the to something you may I good Idea to apply 100 to 150 ern white cedar, or western red "
Also you ; ;: ;e-.a-: detac- : ;
bundle of sticks In two, but I can than the raw taste. as I pounds per acre of nitrate of soda cedar. These woods are usually BERLIN-Chancellor Hitler n of soldiers In the parade staged by the 'jf.man.

very easily break in one of the can cook them In such a way food or sulfate of amonia as a side- stocked by most lumber yards. If Army as its tribute to the Fuehrer on his 49th birthday. At his side Is Col.-Oen. Goerlng. Hit Il'l Ida I

sticks If I take It out of the hun- to save practically all the dressing as needed.University supporting posts or studding has Mussolini conferences are expected this week in Rome on the matter of the Italian Germany axis

dle-" value. given way because of lack of ---- -- -.- .- .--

The man went on to explain to Since cooking may destroy as strength the replacement shouldbe I sale or lease all ,
min- CHAIN STOKES large scale were familiar to merchants over" .nth' rn
that the unity of all fifty percent of Forestry made with those woods noted
his five sons high as Italy. In the Middle
It be There has been so much discus- and consumers at least Ages the
the sticks prevented him from I eral and vitamin content for their compression strength and I
and that human -I learn how to make Club Yearbook Will sion of chain stores in recent years 2,000 years ago. I great wealthy families Of
breaking any of them hoves us to stiffness, good nail-holding power Fugrger and Medici ,
without such I that most people seem to regard As in other fields of operates -haln
l I In this respect, were vegetables palatable and medium freedom from so many
somewhat beings similar !to me sticks. I I destruction i. T n* con VtikIrtVIA"** -....- It the.--- _Be_ Off_ __ _Presses_ ___ __ _Soon_ n Among. such./ woods are Douglas warp. them_.._n_ -RJI anmethinir quite _modern____n__ human activity;; the Chinese, .were..___ banks.tem on The the first American chain store, svs.
consid- and American, and presenting continentwas
He was a wise father. He saw following suggestions are fir, western larch, southern yellow the Inventors of the system of retail set up by the Hudson ,
I ; problems which never existed until Bay
his sons reaching maturity-the erect: GAINESVILLE Slash Pine pine and red or white oak distribution through a large ,Company before 1750. and ,<
I But his-
lately. some
period of their greatest usefulnessand Cook vegetables soon after they I Cache, Informative yearbook of For stanchions and stalls which number of stores under single I still going strong.
ability and he II gathered especially corn, peas the Forestry Club at the University and torical research by Professors T. management. As far back as 200 The
producing are require high bending strength N. Berkman and H. C. Nolen of only new tning aUout the
wanted 10 show them that they !and beans and nerve them ns soon of Florida is soon to come medium decay resistance white Ohio State University discloses 13. C., there are ancient Chinese chain store business seems 1 ti.<,<. be

would be much stronger -- unbreakable as they are cooked. from the presses it Is announcedby oak is a good wood to use. However records of an enterprising merchant the vastly increased numb! ,,>f
that chain stores
If they worked In Vegetables cut up and allowed > officials of the club Edited by in some localities where rock operations on a who operated a large number merchants engaged It it 'that

harmony and unity. He knew that to stand In water lose their "pro Orville W. Struthers senior forestry elm black locust, or Osageorangecan dar, cypress, redwood, or white of retail units.In i and the political attempt ,'I tax

one son might be broken might bea tective properties." Cut vegetables student from Winter Haven readily be obtained these oak is used. the yell 79 A- D., the suburban i them out of business Wash .it on

failure if he went off by himself lengthwise rather than cross the book is about 50 pages in sIzean.1 woods will answer the purpose Where good judgment Is exercised town of Pompeii\!, near Naples County News.

and If everything didn't go alongall wise. contains information on the very well. in selecting the proper wood wan burled under the ashesof -----.+. -
that should forests of Florida as well as the
also knew
right. He Vegetables kept warm on the School of Forestry of the Collegeof Sills on foundation walls require for the purpose for which it is to an eruption of Mount Vesuvius. The minimum height an, np.

some one of the sons be than weakeror the back of the stove become less attractive Agriculture, and answers questions good nail-holding power, be used, and good construction When Pompeii was unearth-1,ng with the aid of a purl .

slightly less capable and less wholesome. in forest hardness and good decay resistance methods employed, the result will HIt nearly 1.800 years later a poso considered: to be 250 feei > .iet.l ( .

others, the strength; of the others Bake vegetables with skin in articles management. If sift\\ jepnirs are to be be greatly reduced maintenance, ter was found on a wall advertising r parachute will open mess ,?',,
would j: Lending are by Harry
worked I
If they together and they retain their made long life may be had If ce-r costs and increased satisfaction. a chain of 900 retail shops for] I than 150 feet.
more than offset the weakness of the skins Lee Baker, state forester and park .
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tl-.a one and that they could suc- I vitamin and mineral content.1OOK executive, Frank A. Albert super-I'

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"'aa whole when .tsol' with th TTHa 1 Clh'

coed Florida, agricultural' interests I possible,veKtuuic removing;' the peeling aft est Service: H. tw ,:;;:es presl-': I %V.A.vJtp3j iijaia*. *>*iov J rt vMR, r' a

might well take a tip from this erward. lent of the Florida Forestry and
Association and Prof. H. S.
Park ,
story. Like the five sons attain- Scraping U not as
of the mineral -lewlna, director of the School of I
manhood, the Florida citrus paring.
ing (
has reached maturity-it and vitamin Is near the skin and forestry. A number of
lons by and pictures of
has reached Its peak of production, is lost when paring- contrlbu-I
and of next to baking for are
quality Is
both quantity Steaming
fruit. Florida growers like the conserving food< value. Such vegetables The club Is selling the book at & II II 17 1 U I# 'IV _

five sons, may make themselves as beets carrots and tur cost of printing, and is making it

unbreakable may obtain the great- nips should be steamed. Steam- available to those Interested in I

est results from their operationsand Ing is not as satisfactory for cooking forestry throughout the state

labors If they will work together green vegetables, however, because Struthers says. I

unselfishly for the good of it affects the color. .--

the Industry and the Individual. I Except with strongly flavored Social Security Facts 1

Selfishness lack of unity of pur- vegetables, in boiling use only a The following Interesting facts + Mst

pose and effort, and suspicion will small amount of water and use the and notes on unemployment com- : yy r

bring division of the industry and jl water left In making soups and icnsatlon were released by H. C. ,
unsatisfactory results for all. I
sauces. Vail, Director Unemployment
It l is the same with other lines Division, in Talla-
I Strongly flavored vegetablessuch Compensation i
of of Sea
agricultureproduction as cabbage, cauliflower, and hassee, yesterday. ,
Island cotton tobacco, vegetables,
I turnips are best boiled with cover Workers over 63 years of age
livestock and other Work
crops. off. must have a Social Security Account -

ing together farmers can com- .' steamed or number in order to be eligible -
mand and attention Greens are I
more respect
from the markets) can provide cooked In the water which clingsto for unemployment compensation L' : r
Cook until ten- benefits. Age or need does r
better products for consumers, the leaves. only dta a 1
the most tender not enter into the payment of r ..
and can obtain more satisfactory der and use only ( -
returns from their operations. leaves. If cooked without a cover, these benefits as they lire paid asa 519 ib w c
matter of right to eligible unemployed -
color will be pre-
Unity of thought efforts, and green workers-
purpose has ever bpen the greatest I served.
Employers In making out their
force for success-.battles have I Addition of soda to vegetablesto
wage; reports to the State Unemployment -
been won, great social and eco hasten softening or to preserve
Compensation Division
nomic movements have been curried color destroys vitamins and should y
must report casual or part time
forward to successful conclusions I never be done.
labor, workers over 65 and salarIes -
and Indeed, were it not One to one and a half teaspoons
over $3,000 must also be In-
our union of states how fbr'l of salt may be used for each quartof

.-----.u.......,,...,..,..._ boiling water In cooking vege; cluded. } r. ea !{ vs..{ Fits i T ,{ c(
The personnel of the Unemployment Z StAtg

BUSINESS i tables.Cook vegetables only until ten- Compensation Division of
the Florida Industrial Commission I

der. now numbers 70 Including the field

DIRECTORY I Ii force. This State ugency startedIn ..,y;,:...

would<< our country be ? July 1037 with three employees.

Luck of success for citrus or In Iowa there are 4,000\ peopleby

DRINK any other crops of the state may the name of Johnson with 120 sir, is the bright particular star of Its soft stout coiled steal springs let the "heels

'i not any be due one to group any of one Indlvduals individualor of these having the first name of HERE automotive year : a car to make you follow the road-rise to the swells, dip to the

but thin one thing Is certain: Far 4,000 George.Smiths There with are 168 John more Smiths than proud and happy you can prove that any- hollows-yet pass none of that lively up-and-

m 'rB I:pore p''CiJ-088:; \ can be made If tar- and! 28 John William Smiths. This where on the highway these bright May days. down on to the body.In .

men amj trowel's will work In shows
clearly the Importance of
+ In Steill'3.i; Bottle I unity and harmony, with perhaps Social Security Account numbers.In it, you can know luxury in your travels You travel level as a straightedge, !thrill toturbinesmooth

The Pause That Refreshes all giving In a little and to offering make New York a fine of $50 was and still not over-strain your budget power that's quick as lightningknow
suggestions/ and effort Imposed<< on the first employer
kind of travel-comfort that neither
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the whole group a success. prosecuted for violation of the Fact is feel like a million just sitting in ,
road weather Yet what the facts
WH ARC Industries and businesses are, State unemployment Insurance nor mars. are

FKESCttiraOJTEXPERTS In a way, like fnmlles. Internal law, Magistrate Thomas Aurelio this Buick on costs?

friction will ruin a family and emphasizing that future penalties
make everyone unhappy and so It would be more severe.Contributions And you know you're commanding the This great straight-eight actually costs less than

CARPENTER'STUB Is with business. Florida farmers to the Stale'unem- "tops" in power the first time you give its some sixes! Price almost any other car, and

REXALJ STORK and growers may well consider the ployment compensation fund for the !
eager DYNAFLASH engine gun by the time you've added in the extra values
'- .. father and his five song and the the first quarter of this year, Jan
t bundle of sticks. uary 1 through March 31, are now included in Buick's figures, you've paid for
,' due and must be paid on or before At the wheel you feel the buoyant steadiness the matchless performance only Buick can
1C. LAWRENCEltrUtrr abash. April 30 In order to avoid the .
r COLDSFEVER Interest penalties imposed; by the that is TORQUE-FREE SPRI:'>IGI:'>IG'S( special gift to give you!
.'il H..l I.tale: nroY.e 6 6 6
.ad Law. motoring-the firm, fleet roadability of a car So don't sit idly wishing for a star Reach up
Ie 1(1)0\ 1I :IGII'rl.!! FLA. I "The difficulties being encountered

M -
Hal!I., .. tlrailnrhp. 8O of benefits to workers can There's no "hop" on this fast one. It doesn't day it costs less than you think.
F. C. Hollingsworth :\UMt l>ro|> mlMate be traced In most instances to a
I Try ."llufc.Jly-Tlura1'; TVorl<.'. heal lack of social security account "gallop" or bounce or pitch.;
IJn Intent
Hog And Hominy --------0..111.-----. numbers and Incomplete and inaccurate "

RKU' \t ll-V e1-llOlt wage reports of workers
Tim'' 30 minute ITCH tr -..lm nt. furnished by their employers,"

FARMS Only grauHO.ONU No application menu No nmaHsnry.No tiffonnlvoUor. Harold C. Wall director of the ; /

State unemployment compensation ,
No ended clnthlnic "r .lied llnona.Nil division snId."Kogai'dless.
time loot from school. I
Denmark I, Auk about Dr. Sliittu: UornilclJalMul of the worker's age,
\>hur HOBI whether he la 83 or over, he must
i Furniture Co At Kood drug star. everywhere.eulrrtrrl.u's .
I UntU sion obtain a social! security account
We Are Itrcertlng New' lay i. number or his
employer must obtain -

Stock" Every Duy. lie. Sure t. IIKSIJI.TS nUAUANTEEIl one for him. This number can .............n......_..___....................... ......................__........................ ........ ... ............. A... GENERAL... .. .. .. .. .MOTORS... ... VALUE............m........__........
h See It 1"0' L'ry. I Mi 31 Solution Is effective be- be secured from the manager of

-. Ft'ItNITt'ItFBL'ILDINO causo It I H tented and approved<< In the local field office of the social

,,VN1J Hl'l': '.\IIU'fO:' I: Ucxaira: great Research and Technology security board 1 1Vall said Register Motor Co.
A SPECIALTY: Department where a staff -----

,of doctors chemists and helpers Moisture in the refrigerator en-

Neve"ll', Fainting lAwn I work. Mi 31 Solution Is sold at courages the growth of bacteria,
Furniture and Ornaments the Rexall Drug Store at a price causing foot to spoil. Wipe off all Corner Walnut & Madison STARKE, FLORIDA

that'll make you happy--only 49cl moisture inside the refrigeratorand

41 NOVELTY I Carpenter's Drug Store in be careful to remove spilled .
suery Starke. foods. CAR? STOP HERE FIRST! t "

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..? MAY 8. 1988ftfjB KRADPY1Rf/ Ct1I1NTY. .Lr.........r(3RsPII. 9TARlIIC, FLORIDA FAUK SEVEN!

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EJVnIVER{ I son would be an ornithological Sets New Record In Drake -
--I Event
JONES Dorothy Kapp, CorrespondentMr. A YAiKAT OXFORD I anachronism." Relays t,

Again Leo !gave out the owl i
and Mrs. M. P. Wiggins I
Hound 1
On here Mis Marion Sapp and Robert Andrews : # MALSEY RAINES I It1 ,
(011lrne"ts ...- "
( Hereafter pent Sunday In .'Jackson "'\ '"' (\ .i 1J'J4lrd':: : {, m :Ir'r Doan"You Insisted.are dlsproven. sir, the Yr '4' --i1i' tjl tjlII
\nd yule with Mr. : 1
Wiggins' sister, Mm ..' '
., I Jewell Snouse. I '...i, .."' ..' _' ::;;;.."tcUtL ,I.MI"'I'tYCl! "Tt! M ,till! not an owl.""
r erorus.omhug II III I
ca The Dean neitleri 1
..n"",, ,has said that no man Mrs. Clarence Fines, who has I was evidently
;m'' wants to be. "If you weren't quite so stout sir. ,I
had as ho been visiting relatives here and In I rl'Pllr-1
"- ( from. Karma college I self with approval at Lees I would put the wall and
a interpreted you up
be .i
,tram, nt may Lake Butler returned to her homeIn to Oxford with wlfImpoHoil confusion
It might sewn I tee Now she turned In I you could see for yourself" he ex- '
,,, two ways. has In, SaraHOta Thursday. notions of American back to the books on the shelf claimed."I .
naturally I "
J11el ., ,I' man divinity but the Mr.\ Robert Andrews of Miami superiority, particularly, In Smiling Lee took a step towardher am not stout nnd that Is not ,
? park tench this The Is spending a while here with Mr. athletics, l>e Sheridan atonce ; then, suddenly he had a better j i an owl\," 'Ij
fcr ,,,*n nut' and Mrs M. F. Wiggins find hlnutelf I lde.ii. around the other i
!! wns born In sin. a not-too- Going to The Dean seemed a bit angry :
IBIH! ,IIIman, mlgnt mean that Misses Betty and Doris Crowby; popular figure urnunil the college. side of the section, he put a ]arl-I now at being disputed."If .

|? 'aliment something that restrains spent the week-end with their Determined In force the ,tier In place and mounted It. you should hear the very distinctive 'II'I

thCI, ,.< them from going grandmother Mrs. Evelyn Crosby adulation of his classmates, ho and Molly were separated by a call again would you be :

mCI mil 1 keeps depths of depravity of Starke. Leo report for truck meet double row of books with a wire I willing to go home and forget the I,

: lowest' t trellis between them. From directly incident ? he demanded S ,.
Hard which. their temptations Dot Sapp was visiting In Gaines
gonn. '
In front of him he "
restrained by law, vile Thursday evening "I would sir. j'f
lo)': \l-in is and by the to running outfit, he defeat a eJ several thick books and found, With a prayer on his lips. Lee t
standards Mrs. Marlon I
Supp spent last
al field of himself looking squarely at Mol .
b\ 1'0011IH.tltor"'urlng went Into action again. Hln hoot
Merely I
Though! not make .
I ? restrained does Mr+. Ruth Welch.
wag, %
\ he said. fection. Lf'4/
restrained keeps
II Celng I II : ?
Latun" lei from committing bad ('.\ "SIX Molly pretended to be startled. "I am satisfied," the olio an

I I'' : takes divine grace tooak' HIGHLAND As Molly entered Crndilock's i "Sutprised to see me ? Lee I pounced "Let us proceed, .sir'

de.1F I' good man. It I Mlns :M. R. ('1'1'\\1. CurroHpundriit bookshop the next morning, she asked I For a moment after they hiui
i bud new man birth.a It Is true almost collided with Paul who Jj'olly'H face froze: "Indifferent gone, Molly burled her face in r '-c.' ei! :.,j 4 a it ,i

lakethE'seated man so he could :Mrs. Abe Bessant, of Starke was just leaving. She slatted In I would be a bettor word. When did' Lee's shoulder to suppress her .4 1'Y

I that, clef : in sin. The hogs the visited friends here Friday. surprise and displeasure as from you decide to stuy Instead of running laughter. Then he lowered her to y 4"4S t,a '..r W
not ce hapPY within the store she head Elsa's home ?" the ground and watched happily
be sat 1s-
son fed could A. B. Rosier of Lawtey was In
prodglcal voice far too "rill as who disappeared Into a doorway
saying loudly: i
swill and a pig sty but this section Sunday. "Well after you kissed me,
fled with catch the ten o'clock train to London : said Lee I "Whoo! Whoo!" he called after
be thoughtfully "everything
I son could not happy Miss Edith of
prodigal Oriffls Newberry, "
ne Claudius, dear. She guessed _
seemed different somehow. I
Father's her.And
I away from his spent the week-end here with her I Immediately that the remark was If the Dean and his com
never happy In theirsin father J. F. Grtff Is. "After I kissed you!" exclaimed '
are ,
panion had been
Sinners meant for her brother's eRr Paul I listening they
I Immortal being.The almost losing her perch on
Man Is an with the M B. Futch and Truby Wainwright I: attempted to pass by but Molly the Molly ladder. would have heard Molly answer

things that perish of Lawtey were among stopped him. "You! You!"
satisfy man. Man Is "All right, all\ right," Lee conceded -
using cannot those here last week in the Interest (To Be Continued)
imperabable He Is Immortal- "For a man who can hardly | "Let's any It was fifty- .
of their -- -
campaigns. "
forever. Man read she said bitingly "You've "
somewhere fifty.
I must live have the Imperishable and Mr and Mrs. JB.. Sunvage and I IMI"II. bought a remarkable number of I "It may be very amusing to GUM BRANCH -. -'-_. -..._,, ,

must the eternal If he Is to be T. C. Wilkinson, of Stewart, books lately." you Mr. Sheridan, but as a result Annie Mae Hurnngo, Cor. DES MOINES, Iowa. .Chuch Fenskc brilliant runner from Wisconsin -

happy possess Left alone unrestrained were seeing old friends here Sat I "Well at least I don't go about'' of that little- Incident I have been chalked up a new record for the 1,000-yard run In the Drake t

man does not evolve toward per- urday. kissing uncouth strangers In the I 'gated'' for a we knot Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey and! relays Saturday. April 30. Competing against a special field!, Fensko

fection Man Is not Inherently H Carter visited relatives here I Quad;' Paul replied stiffly. out after dark." allowed| Mr.. and Mrs. A. J, Yarbrough had wits timed In 2:10.7: for the 1,000-yard event. Calvin Bell of Rice, was

ward He gravitates toward hell Albert Foster of Monta 1 happen to be married!" Then her' ?" Lee demanded. H Keene and sons Uanlce and third. Photo shows Fenske winning the 1,000-yard event with Bell of '

He ,-annoi stop himself. There Alto was recent visitor of B.I tone changed to one of earnest I "No'! As a public exhibition It'I tlarley, of Shamrock Mr. and Mrs Rice second and San Romunl, third.

machinery "Paul- aren't running As a private i Herbert Kersey, of Jacksonville, .
arE no brakes op his Rlx here. : plea. you j was vulgar perfmmance -- ------- -- ---- --- -
strong -nough to completely stop i Into a sticky mess ?" I It was most amateurish." !' Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Yarbrough anti night In Hoatdraln section as the dinner guests of J. A Harnage

hen He may slow himself down. \\rOODLAWN I I "Look here old girl. I can take What cli. you mean amateur- son Charney of Woodlawn Mr guest of his mother, Mrs. Noon'1 and family Sunday

'ho! ..s .ill he can do. God knew i BIT of myself My private life Is ah' Lee demanded and Mrs Noon Bradley and family Kmd ley- I I J. A. Yarbrough and J. F. Kirkland -

thl 80 on man's road to hell lie Mrs. Oscar Carter Cor. my own affali" he said walking What there was of It seemed of Boatdraln and Mr. and Mrs. John Pievatt, of Orlumlo, spent Sr., were business visitors to
on that cross "fi to bt all teeth and, whiskers Sherman Towery of Fernandlna. 'Jacknonvllle Sunday.
.arose and hung the week-end here us the guest of
i Colonel Alvarez, of Ft. Pierce, '
His put Son This cross does not only Is relatives here this "Sorry I bothered" she called Lee laughed. 'All right You win' Mr and Mrs J. S. Supp had as his uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs I Misses Helen Dorothy, and Au-

warn man of the precipice toward week.visiting out coldly As she walked Into the preliminary bout, but wait for dinner guests Sunday Mr. and .1 I N. Norman. I drey Norman, Eldon Sapp and ,\
It is not justa I Mrs A J. WUllams and Mrs. I John Prcvatt vsltcd Sliver Springs
which he Is going. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Philips of Rudolph Chlsm was visiting
train of Louise Denmark, all of Jacksonville Sunday.
the I
to flag
red lantern Mr. and Chancy Yurbrough In Woodlawn
At the cross I Lawtey were visiting and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp, I I Mr and Mrs A. J. Yarbrough
human depravity. Mrs, J S. Norman Sunday. "Fm turf brothermore section\ Sunday afternoon
to right-about- my of Sampson City. and sons Clyde and Aaron, were
man gets the power his back on hell and Miss Debbie Phillips of Max- than makes up for ?ifrRsle MI' and Mrs. J. F. Shaw and Helen Norman and Eldon Sapp visiting Mr. and Mrs Noon Brad-

face and put a shining road to a hear vllle, was visiting her sister Mrs. my absence,"Molly s ell.r children of the State Farm were were business visitors to Gainesville ley in Boatdraln section Sunday .
home up J. S. Norman Sunday afternoon. i I visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. S, Sapp, Friday afternoon night, .1, l i

enly e Miss Alma Is spending awhile In Sunday night ., Mr und Mrs. W J, Carter and I W- H. Carter spent Monday t l lI

above who Jacksonville, as the guest of her Rudolph Chlslm spent Friday family and W H. Carter were the night with J, A, Harnage. \{; s st
If there Is a being cousin. Miss Edna Johns. : ,j.{

lakes thought of the needs of man Miss Juanita Milliard of Jack- f. 1t 1

if thai being will reveal his will sonville spent last week-end as 1 .

to me it will be my highest Joyto the guest of her parents, Mr. and f I

take me und whatever may be Involved I""
MI' and Mrs. Lester Spnnholtz. .
That written on apiece
was "
of Gainesville were visiting rela- ;
of paper years ago by a tives here last week-end. .,
That man spent ,
cynic in England. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter and ,
forty years In India as a medicalmissionary.
son Richard were visiting In '
There have been, many
Jacksonville Sunday.
similar to this. No man ever I ,
Mm .1. S. Norman and daugh-
sincerely wished to know the will ters, Mrs., G. W. Gaskins and Mrs i.II
of doll! without revealing that willto 4ioe I.
Jim Hersey. were shopping: m
m ')'lie Bible says "he that Starke and Gainesville 1(1-1 weekVI v Ta'; j)

will\ "t.; to do His will shall knowof .PIROO i. I'<'
-- -- -- 0
ih.' ,ioch Ine." God does not r r
Krl{ !
pei,mil mn to live long in honest .
I: the tmc Elsa advanced" with a h< man ,wens (
dour I i A student came to the II" Vera Gnlnpy, Correspondent It
Thank vu'" I the had enough'Molly .
smile to meel "
Bob Inns College a secret atheist.
1 much of rep''" -' 11'\lyVhy don'i, I
"We hu-i>n't seen you ,
Aft, i staying: In the Institution forsevu Mr anti Mrs. Alph Haen. of ',
..il weeks he got up out of Orlando and 1 Mrs. O. ,J. Stravhorn j Mtrly, Mis* Denumont,' she said
bell! our night at midnight. lie end children, of WIKlwood, spent 1 "I'm sunmy brother mon than dock ,
go' .l'ivvn on his knees and said I Hst week-end here as guest of makes up for my absence""Isn't "1 don i need my: practice." .f;

Oh rod| if there Is a God and I their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E- M. I he a dear ?" Elsa gushed."Sometimes "That of course Is a matter of I.

if Jf-nus I Christ Is His Son and If. Hnzen. I think he's n fool." opinion. I am sure you would find ,

God will reveal this to me. I will j, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brannen and She handed a slip of paper to Elsa .I Mrs Craddock very cooperative"Lee ,

accept this Jesus Christ as my daughter Pauline of Lake Butler I "Where will I find these books grinned broadly. "Why 1 I 1

personal Savior and live for Hlnci: were visiting here Sunday as the I please?" wouldn't take her If I won her in i "

the rest of my life. The young guests of her parents Mr. and In a voice of saccharine scorn. a raffle. Those 'college widows'are i .

man was Instantaneously converted Mrs. H. P. Galney. I Elsa directed her to the proper as safe to play with as dyna I ;
I "" ,
He has since finished! collegeand Mrs and Mrs. Lonnie Parker of shelves. Finding the section, Mol- mite. ;

Is a minister of the GospelIn Jicksonvllle. were visiting here i ly climbed a ladder standing there "For once we agree" Molly said l

a mldwestern state. At the root nndtv as the guests of his mother. and began looking around\ for the grudgingly ,

of every doubt there Is a sin. It Mrs. Mnrtha Parker titles she wanted. Standing there "It's about lime," Lee said pretending 'f1

mnv be the sin of intellectualpride Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Green are i !she' was suddenly aware of Lee's B sigh of relief "Now that ';1: l \ 1,;

"I do not want anybodyto the proud parents of a baby boy, voice below. we're practically soul mates how W\ : ?

\bear my sin as orthodox Chrls- .horn Monday May 2, In the Alach-I.I "Here's your Kiddy Kar and about having dinner with me ? ; "
tmns say Jesus Christ did whenHe n County Hospital. thinks for the ride," he Was savinfc. "N<>! For three reasons The

died on the cross. I will standon Mr and Mrs. S. M. Mott and He had wheeled the bicycleInto "Irst IS that I've been gated.! If U1( ..

my own feet" a woman said 'children: spent Sunday In Valdostn the store and propped It T'm caught I might be sent down \ CigO:

that to the writer recently. She Ga.. a* the guest of his sister ag.'lnst the desk where the Crad- And ihe second and third 6t '1';

was an egotist. She was a bluf- Mr*''. Olga Prevatt. dorks were standing. C'lau'llu.i' remr-s ore that I don't want to" :
fer and fore-flusher. Her mother Mr and Mrs. Marvin Hazen over-studious dried-up In- I N '
was an -A,,'. ll-ten. he protested, "even nUNS i i iI
took care of ner and suffered for "rent the week-end here as guestsof .lIvl her when she was a baby. She has their parents Mr. and Mrs. E. habitually sour. ilrk three times." I

been dependent upon other people M. Hazen and Mrs. J. C. Cone. 'I Elsa was just a bit panicky. "Rut you keep bobbing up. Why

a" her life. The writer Is exceedingly I '<">h. thank you" she saidand '.,r.t you go and kiss the Dean. N I I.

glad that Jesus Christ HOOTS ', Y',5 UK,AC'II 'added quickly "This Is my hus- Turn about Is fair play." e -

bore his sin In His body on the Miss. Effio Crawford {'or. innd." But Molly was far from being us "Servel! Electrolux ia i a blessing I
cross If men would honestly and Craddock glared suspiciously at heartless as she sounded. That I

sincerely yield their hearts to Jack Johns. Justine Johns and r.l'e. He turned to his wife. "I evening she slipped] out of St.! Cvn- to our family"-write thousands ) t.,; 't

Christ, they would easily solve Josephine Johns. all of this section thought you said you lent your thln's College., and meeting Lee of happy farm women. .

their Intellectual doubts. Of course, attended Sunday School at bicycle to a lady who had to get went Ice-skating. She was Kay: This silent, low-cost refrigerator I '

there are things we cannot under- Hffllhronn. Sunday. to a hospital" he 8.1 Id. lleht-hrtrted: and an excellent J t tpor'tantrespeetwiththefarnoua

stand but there are a sufficient Little Esther Geiger of this section "Why I ." katrr. Lee on the other hand. is identical in every inv t

number of things we can understand Is visiting her grandmother 1 "Sure Lee said stepping Into amused not only Molly but all the d

\\8 can understand every- and grandfather Mr. and Mrs. I'I the breach quickly. "My Aunt Ab- other skaters as well with his rtesierate refrigerator that's enjoyed ," .

thing that is necessary to the salvation C Geiger, neat Starke.Mr 0'1' bey. You know the Westminster attempts to remain uprighton gas .

of our souls.A I and Mrs. Fisher Gasklns I Abbeys She asked me to the Ice"Don in more than a million city ALL THE JOYS OF MODERN CITY REFRIGERATION

anti baby, of Jacksonville spent i bring it back. By the way have t tell me you aren't the homed and apartments. CAN BE YOURS FOR ONLY A FEW( CENTS A DAY
smile calls upon only 13 muscles the week-end here with his mother i you got Burton's Fifteenth Century vorM's champion skater" Molly

of the face, while a frown requires Mrs. Jean Gasklns.Mr. ?" raid< laughingly/ after Lee had tak- Servel! Electrolux keeps food

the use of 50 and Mrs. J. A. Chesser and |I Craddock had not been fooled "n a half-dozen falls.Returnlnlt' fresh at all times gives you
? turned with mild to the college, later,
but he a glare to :
Hoboken, N--1y.'a-s: :; the sceneof .son Erie wtre visiting j jnrrl i opportunity to have morn
find the book T.ee and Molly made their way to
I HawthornE. Sun- j
the fist between relatives In : I SILENCE
real baseball name rtYiANHST!
day. 'i "My. that was clever of you .he top of the wall. Just ns ies varied and delightful; meaU. .
The Knickerbockers -
organized defeated teams.New York In Mrs. A. J. Ches-ter! returned to |I Elsa whispered. ""And I do so admire .vas about toleap| d own and helpIs she 1 lightens:; housework aid: to NO HCV'MG:: PARTS IN ITS: FREEZING SYSTEM:
clever men. feminine champion over
rui Innings on June 19,1846. her home In Hawthorne Sunday |I time want heard voices Quickly the pilrscrambled I actually: saves enough; to pay
"Oh any
I ffer pending several weeks! here | any C tii-SHZ: NC WATEfl: NO DAILY ATTENTIONSISTKt'NK'H
r with nor son And daughter-in-law. I fast thlnkng; done. Just let me Into a tree overhangingthe for itself. It requires* but ono)

EA- PAIN OF Mr- and Mrs. J A. Chesser of this know. Lee said lightly. wall. filling of fuel every week or ffndays
I Elsa suddenly became very de- They waited, with bated! breathas

SORE THROP : I'o.'ctlon.Mr end Mrs. A. J Yarbrough i nnre. "You're very kind" she two men paused beneath the needs no water or daily] ? 1.j

and children ant Rudolph Chlsm j: whispered. "Anyone would think tree. attention. Write for .'ull infor- u I
ACCOMPANYING COLDS >.11 of Water Oak section were via we'd known each other all our "I though I honrl sorvth'ng up I: '' FEED & SEED STOKE,
this section last 'h'ex Hut then, sometimes I'm 'r th"t tree," a voice! snl'l. I today. l STARKE FLORIDAt.heteat.eeno.
In .
Jug .* .. .i.ii'.. ,
U TAF'U"S15c' Thursday! afternoon. drawn like this to strangers ." Molly and I ee 8a'.,elJ. It was : ''d ,n> non nooul' tIevel l rleo'IoIu&lbe K....- r J
natural for theTraviler's the Dean. \"'!', li'm vas f"n" of .-. .
Misses Ruby Mildred and Elsie "You d be a :; ,.: :' : air*' Rf n.i

I Chessei of this section spent : AM!" Lee laughed.At I the tutors InnliTifty.': I o" 'imltat- } '.. N.. Ir
oc',' Misses Juanlti and that moment Claudius called ,'d thr 'whoo. vhfjo' rf "n o\"\ i r.'J.: ::: u -
unday i
Zit/lLaq., section. DC4UI:;.... Eva Hlllinrrl.. of Woodlawn =: : : :
: Scws
Miss Effie Crawford of this sectIon ..- the itore. Lee happened; to lookup .A'fd< WRH TI g aarlrit ._

I""no", vlsitng in Silver Springs "' ome fO"\v .nit '' his cO"1'.n- you V';Aft AeOUT-eUT ft'V' It f4. si ,
J I'JI\v''n: !Ilr-n.A a was ..... _.. __ ..... .... J
'''" tn;, i4ti! I Sunday Molly had been smiling to her lon, protests' > "An owl] at hi sea- a.-- MIl 1.


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I'. OE_ EIGIIT ___ __ ___ _' __ _.. _h' .' __ IlKADP'OIIU._... COUNTY_ ._ _TELEURAPH_ .. .. ,_STAJIKK.:.,-FLORIDA- --' __ _ _- --- --.--- FRIDAY, ALtY6isa

I for Bradford County Florida, by the ItOTICHNOTIPR OF' '-''I, ,
I Candidates Thank NEW SERVICE ';
I op
flllnnr of n Hworn bill of complaintliy ('E"'FIe' r d
Bradford County TelegraphEstablished I TOO LATE by H. C Holtiendnrf and hi. wife, 18 HEIU" ,''n,,; ,
(Continued from Page One) OFFEREDSTARKE Ulhpl Marie Holtiendorf for the Mra. Uuulah Kelly I h.,
I ,pttrpeme to remove cloud' and quiet me written ;, n' ?'i ;,::
request ;
1877 TO CLASSIFY name for me In the second primary title to the following lamia. lying certificate. tnffethoiHoiiuent "
r and If elected I will do my DRY CLEANERS and being: In Bradford. County / omitted. '",i u,(
Klorkln" to-wlt: !held hy the ,
Hint' ,, ,
best In the interest of our INSTALL WATER ; I h ?'i "
Published! Weekly! fm Fr';''":'" and Fnferfl n* Second Class I I nr nl'IIOF.I.L KATaerrerary. |Very county schools +I rvmniencliiflr\I,"rtb' sir..210...M. feet-I--t Westnnrl ....n mild. .".to..-,1"1',,the highs' ,..,,., q,'
Office Itt Starke FloridaE I Kli>rlil* Prase ; SOFTENERFree 'I Went clung Houth Hhlo. of Madl- inn7 acts "r'l In. i I.,, "I'b,
Matter at the Post I, Mrs.- i I I M. L. 'VIA TTERSON.I I HOII, Street 210 feet to Wimtiniiri'Innd the( followltiK ill -, ,, ,
soft water to Its customers Street thence south In Ilia County of In,
''I As this, Is written the candidates Is lIe latest message! from the of Himt hweef corner cif, Madison Florida. towltSVVVl ,0/i/ I"""b

I.. :Matthews. -_ ___ __ .. .. ___Editor and Owner In the race for the United States I I wish to thank those who voted Starke Dry Cleaning and Laundry I nloiiK 420 feet said' thence WeKtnioreland Itiunt nt (Street right I' of NWVi\ M,, ,
Senate find themselves galloping I for and supported me In the primary plant here. The first of the week untried to said l street 210 f..t. 0 more 8. It. or 21 K.lossThe rant., ,,,,,, "
I t Ihcn.f Nolth 421) feel to
j election 3. I thank point
SUBSCRIPTION RATE down the stretch. The dust Is BO Muy the plant Installed the latest type of' beginning, In ilHxkltiM, addition taxes to h.. ,?.it\, \ .
heavy that It Is dlffcult to see 'cm ,I you very much and appreciateyour water softener and purifier, which to Town o*Hi4irk. and designate by certificate Np ... 'I,, ''''
Yearly, $1.50; Six :Months, 75c-Payable in Advance the confidence I ,' on limp of Kiiina nil ("ctlvely. and "n.i 111., ,, '1R s
round Into struight-
as they I takes from the hard Starke water 'hirk'H fi-arre, Ttlot'lc" In Section taxes. for the y.iai. .< I i..
Advertising Rates on Application awny but Pepper rid In' "Adtnlnietrnlion" I -R. S. WASDIN.I all lime. Iron sulphur and other 29, Township 6 South, both Inclusive. ., sin,,",", ''''I, I Ili
I llaniru, 22 shed and contaliiliiv I art Id ta x .'.' cirri-. ht 11
front Wilcox
IH away In Impurities and the resulting water I two acres', more or h',.,'. all nubHeuuenl. omlli" ?
on "Condemnation" passed Sholtz want to thank my many Is equal to the distilled product. And you and each. of you and learn" wIll he v old| | I", i, uK
JAPANESE PERIL I "Mitts Representation" at the friends of Brooker and New Rlvor. .all persona In interest are order bidder at the Courth.. 'Lhq
on I liar the All laundry and cleaning sent to *il anil required 1 'to appear In Baldenure Htiiike on the Dili dot, .i ,|nor I,
fol- turn and Is leaving him to finisha | splendid vole given me I on Monday June 11th, 19.18, toniiawer ut 11:00: o'clock U Itll
In the wake of the Japanese war machine in China, |I I II the plant now Junius Smith proprietor eitld, A M
May 3, and promise in return my Hill of Complaint: HO
third. Merchant "Penceripe" Muted thin' ,
on the' .
Morphine I poor stated, will be processedwith exhibited HifnliiBt, you ill defendant, liltli .1 I "
lows a forced increase in opium-poppy production. most earnest efforts In be- t I"IH.COJl'F'IC"r.: lydl
| Is fur in tho rear running your tho soft water and hard 1..lIn. whlrh, a decree I pro conf..... BRAT.
factories are started at once in conquered( provinces. neck and neck with Moore onAntiEverything" half. Sincerely. no oai'h will he of entered against you and .\. J. THOMAH) '
I water will be used at any stage. you.
T. D. DY AL.
The heroin output from one Manchukuo factory alone is I r- Cleaning fabrics In the soft water tlie It .la he further ordered" that thin no- flerk Hra..lfind of' ci, '",, ,''Ie?,,". M,
needs. itself is fif-j Spectators that pack the Rrund-! he further stated, leaves them softer published once n week for l-l'3-.lt-fi-e.:
teen times the world's legitimate Japan I I want to express my sincere ap.j j four oonNeeutlve weeks. In the Brad
RI'lnll and crowd the rail are yell- cleaner, whiter, with a sweet- ford County Telegraph a ,
most free from drug addiction. Most of this crop of evilj '" .... a_t..na h n a nnt It Ineasy predation to my many friends for, :. ::, ; I h8Vlrlll" u ...onornl "'rnl.,, .newnpuperpubllHlied ../.Inn. anti..
drugs is pent to the United States. I to'see' that"Pepper-and':"Administration" : the splendid: vote and support given -'I er legs smell than ana hard mums water me luuriu jar ida. III Bradford" --- -County-- -, Flor- lf E"eeM A, ,d -

I me May 3, and in return for FREE ? elks,
Frank Waldrop, in an article, "Public Enemy No. 1- | Those who are their the favorites.on your most 'kind' : consideration I In offering soft water to his Klnilda IXWK, this and 6th onniSRED day of toy at Starke A 1.>., YOUpa "'" *tonllth

,it" in Way Cosmopolitan, reveals the traffic is increasing I Sholtz; or Wilcox put while money doing I promlscyto!; gve my best efforts for customers free Mr. Smith states I II 1 I la9a.'I'll'IAL SEAL, ) Bloatl",,Ca ,Ule.lleartburll.,., Ito t'1".tillll
the general welfare of district >that there Is nothing/ better than e'chint; :
| their share of the do It I A. J. THOMAS, N
fearful rate. yelling u.ea, .
; Beta free
i and the county at large.. Respectfully soft water for washing the hair, Cleric of Clicult Tnuit ssntple 01 CDCA ,
"Narcotics: are being used by Japan as an instrument of j I without"Win With enthusiasm.Wilcox" The that cry was of I :4*' i for drinking and for watering car 'I' Frank Bradford Uindrum County Florida. and a tree Interesting booklet uj

I MAtiORY THOMAS.I and radio batteries, etc. The plant Attorney for .
national policy to weaken the Chinese race. Waldrop goes heard as the race began has a despondent also has S-U-St-B-3. CARPENTER'S
I '-..- an attractive advertisement ________,
frantical- -4-
note. Now
on. "This industry has spread its tentacles through the Far I they thank all my muny friends for elsewhere in this issue an-
Iv that he will "Place, and
East, and has direct connections with the narcotic rings in pray their klnd"V<*tes and support In nonnceing some very special bargains
backers takln' all bets
Pepper are
Europe and America. The United States is the big money that he won't. I the election Tuesday. I have no and free services-
hard feelings and the winner will ----' J
market, and the objective of every drug syndicate. Sholtz betters bite their fingernails make one of the best board members MISSION HALL

"Seizure of heroin, morphine, cocaine, and other foreign tear their hair and tell you i the district ever had.
Despite the attraction of elec-
that Pepper Is ruin for a fall,
W. .
narcotics," the writer says, increased at American borders but there isn't a one of them that SIBLEY. tion returns which kept a large

almost 300 percent in three years. Police Chief Quinn of wouldn t gladly exchange his Although I was defeated I feel crowd milling; about' the streets

San Francisco, estimates that $1,500,000 worth of dope is Sholtz ticket for any part of one very grateful to my friends for until midnight there was a good
on Pepper and on May 4th they'll I their honest nnd conscientiousvote sized class attending the Bible
sold daily in the United States and that of this
a large part be look In1 for the tipster who misled and support on May 3rd. study service Tuesday night.

supply comes from Japanese-controlled areas." 'em with an earful of "never let J. H FIELDS. The first and greatest Commandment

Not all the drug menace however, is from across the Pa- nobody DOV' N. This! will express my sincere was explained and carefully IJ.
Plappin themselves on the back studied and It was found that L,
cific, Waldrop points out. An equally problem is homegrown I appreciation to the people of
grave -
j the
are the boys who started in to lack of the proper understanding in LUXURIOUS NEW ZEPHYR 8f
marihuana, harvested even to school children. play Sholtz or Wilcox on the nose Bradford County for the support of this one explains many 1"" LOWEST FAXES CHOICE OI t
r and then switched on a last minute given me In Tuesday s primary things not otherwise understoodIn A ., Save nnouKli enioute to you, favor

"No matter how the customs officials and federal agents I and I will appreciate your consideration ; Ili Y'- resort -at Florida Motor 1,1 time' ton
the realm-rof; u
hunch to Pepper and plenty things spiritual. lay day loiifter. You can go In .-oniti, ,
struggle to shut out the flood from abroad these marihuana in the second primary. it I 4 the rust of driving /
,. of 'em had that kind of a hunch. Some special songs with guitar JI'IMOVSILLE H private 'u
ZACH H. as
weeds shoot higher in our vacant lots, in window boxes) even I' Now they're In the money and can 'A= DOUGLAS. !'Accompaniment were furnished by Itie II110VD { 0.9 naHI AKW 10IIH sH.u su.n
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really enjoy the celebration when '\ trio of the girls and the evening
on apartment roofs Waldrop says. I BOATUKA )I Beasley Service Station
the race Is over. pleasantly and profitably
As to the growing menace of marihuana, Harry J. Ans- Folks who kidded themselves into Mr. Z. Z. Griffin r CorrespondentMiss spent I.M'V ro\WAY, AK, ArroM from Court Ilunw

linger! Chief of the U. S. Bureau of Narcotics is quoted : I believing that "Administration"was Ruth,\: Morrell attended the Some Tabernacle meetings will
[ all washed and couldn't In- lje held soon so watch for announcements
up rodeo Oirineavllle.
"In 1936, Narcotics Bureau agents seized 386 tons of I last Satur- .
run any more forgot that she was day.'Mrs..
growing plants and dried marihuana, and 15,715 cigarets- j rlred by "New Deal" and was out Ralph Galney and children -

an increase of ninety-seven percent over 1935." of "Popular Appeal" trained in have returned home, after spend iv ('IIIt'I'IT roiRT, iv AND FOR -
I the Roosevelt stables and ridden IIII\UPOIII fOl'NTYi' KLOH.
ing lust week in Lake with
It causes emotional instability, as was revealed in the re- the City 11>>> \. l\ lrilAVCKMY.:
by same Jockey who ran such
her husband who is employedthere. n. HOI/TZKNUOUK1 end hi, wife
cent trial of two New Jersey girls for the killing of a bus- a marvelous race against Tram- KTIIK1.: MA1IIE HOI.T'Z':XDORF.

driver. mell to be nosed out on a photo Mr. and Mrs. W E Green and -va- Plaintiffs! .
I finish that even the judges could Tommie 1'1.\ ItAII A. D. ENCKB et n.
Cooper his
was visiting
"For whom these tons of madness flefendante.oTlcn .
were grown? Mr. not agree upon. >
grand-father and
grand-mother, \ IS IIKHEBY OIVEN TO
Waldrop asks. J Riding a clean race with his Mr and Mrs.. Paul Prevail, of Sarah, A. .D. Knc-ke. Ethel.. M. Ma- I
JeMBle Mae Dlak ly, and each I
"Many of them were grown for our school children mind and effort concentrated on Hampton, last Monday. .I thc-m. If alive and If dead to '
our winning for the thousands who believe Mrs. Ida Chase Is visiting her the unknown helm, devisees, legatees -
t boys and girls ; for youngsters with a nickel to spend on a In him and want "Adminls- I ulster, Mrs. Item: Rigdon, of Jacksonville i tin. .grantee above named or HHHIJTIIM defendants. nf earni that

reefer, a quarter with which to throw a party, instead of buying tratlon' to win, Pepper riding i tfJ"-LW.JIek." :,. a' urn cult or nan them been In ItiMttltited the Circuit. Hirnlnnt Court I I
like .
a veteran, has avoided --- --- -- ae
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pocket and pitfall handling "Ad- a _-.
+ Stricter enforcement and long jail sentences for i mlniHtratlon" beautifully. Sholtz

t' dru. racketeers is the immediate need, Waldrop says.-Jack- lot the start tried to crowd him'' FORD

: }: 'ntralnnt the rail. "LlKNTNf- ran--.
UlVllle: .Journal. of his I5n'I<1le to give' Admtnlstra-! ': ,.' --r::

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I Jf f SAVING; BOYS FROM; PRISON t'ghloncd! his rein said "Steady CHEVROLETPL l
there' _
while "Miss Representatlon' r
T'i', following article from the Delray Beach News forci-l! I wheeled and reared all but- ,:

N Liy caught our attention yesterday : J] throwing her rider and leaving ; c-tom aYavi aSeansra 7 i.ektorlalehnt .
I him far behind. '
In Miami two boys of 18 and 19 years of age were sentenced -..1 i j j' a4'
: Wilcox coming in fust
from be-
to the Florida State prison on charges of hou3cbri) :! 1 hind tried to Jockey the lead away i' &f' 'M C4Cls '

ing and theft. The sentence of twelve years seems long and from Pepper and throw "Adminis- I

possibly unjust, except for the fact that the boys were knownto tration' off her stride with the old'. l ll '!: OWNERS
trick but
have had previous criminal records extending over several l his head and held again hlg Pepper horse with kept [
years. If these boys serve out their terms, they will have the result that Wilcox: let "Con-1' JUST

r'J spent the best part of their lives in jail. They will no doubt demnntlon get out of hand and RECEIVED-BRAND NEW SHIPMENT r

.t. leave prison not reformed, but still determined to live out r angered spectators with his nasty I **".mwt :

J s their chosen career of crime. i 1 j riding.And so they enter the home I) MARATH TIRES t ilSfSrS, DoT' : < p *. ,yt'I III"T : (FfH a. PrWt Grower--fsStt&r '

The problem of criminals in the United States is almost stretch with but a little way to h
'. go, and while In a race anything ) a "..41..tt_ I Tin. .. 0 C unfry.110 I
entirely problem of young criminals. If some could ?
agency 01'10" ho a leo '
can happen, unless Pepper Is II GUARFORLtf .... Malill 1 yw 6ahe Jatesy 1 rr
prevent all criminal acts by persons younger than 18 years, thrown o r "Administration" / o cCaU". Nago t.. -'.ma. 0 8tedq '- -

it is probable that crime would diminish almost to the vanishing breaks a leg It looks as If he'll LIfE! wt/1nfURUS-pBiCEOfORYQp;' a a 0"... 11..4. for o.la.1I0y.--{mea I Noma Z2F $,

win In a walk. With the use of )'o..u a Pmal M.g w..kIY- 1 yt

point. spur and whip Sholtz might catch I X laUt. Ieu: :b tto tie,. flpalhand.f ( ;::: 6 lea /fSp1 *
Therefore such t"'r Orlh nitvl.w
movements, as the Boy Scouts, should Wilcox and give him a battle for y P. 1fh rr

It be encouraged. It is practically unknown for a boy or man, "Place, but a lot of folks think t 4u litybut ln a. all OETog",,,'.e a"nod.. -- 1 17 Y'? f 0 O Tonlhy aOAnd.XoA.s 11 r1 cr: i F' ,i igsMs
0 ...... -2a
who has been a Boy Scout, to become a criminal. Today they both will finish so far behind < prk lop"fo j a a;beoedl..r L fl "--- .
that they won't be In the money. I },a"dl1fa WhaIt. o .... gook 1 y.C arm., .
there are boys in Delray Beach who as a result of broken Labor with all Its got on Pepper g.t, the can Tta. Coai..IO"I':: II Th h+,4t r_, teit
trN ...
homes, irresponsible parents or neglect, are not receiving the Is pulling for him to win. r "' aN p'dtil'PICA1 i C C.0\1h.WOIII-. World S Tr. fiBB 1

Townsendltes, too are backing ------- WM fiorrra
necessary advantages for normal development. It is to suchas
him and are flxln' to get EVEN LOW t
these that the Boy Scout movement is especially valuable, with Wilcox for the setback .he "'fLOW Pjtfcjsa j I e Cry

f although it is an important part of the training of every boy, gave them in the last race. Cone, ,, 33"29 Couts Ai .
orrn no.Tfcl I
who rode "Administration' to $7.90 I J((). a
regardless of his background. These I win
boys can be reached ALL rlVI ALL FOUL
through the Boy Scout movement In the Governor's Derby resents 1'': '31 rewuMN41. Tr. roe ONLY nI."._rar...1 T,. | rOil om.r
as by nothing else. the smart cracks Sholtz has been M..eliia.. VroaOtaiip } }
4 $2.10
The work here should be made available to more boys, mak In' about the way he rides ;$ 8.15 ( U 3k.mQa'i' X2.40OFFxa

t- the efforts of the leaders in the work must be assisted and and so he Is pullin' for Pepper. I
The rest of the folks who have __. Ifs I
there must be more adult workers to aid in Scout work. No not time to read the dope sheets 9.25 .tm.*a4a
1 civic work will be more worthwhile nor bring more dividends 'nd are generally guided by what 2Ma=On ; A } omV' 2 Na...... M- I roe OJLttOBOTM
in helpfulness! and achievem .-L. II. C. they see or hear In the barbershop 1 .tromOranp a. B $2.25 3Ma mlM. r> '2.55r
or on the street -- I
corner are I GMUP IDTru
-- -41.------ ,followln' the lead of those who GUARANTEEDTIRE '-; -, .- .: -:
IT SOUNDS! QUEERWisconsin's "wow how to pick a winner for I \"' 'ij'f-1; '' ji' Itorr- -____ I ALL rift
nobody likes to guess wrong and BATTERY *,f1 I ;..... \\f:!,'; ,:ll, Hoo..bold Magtndil. I yyrr loa OaLTTHIS

new: law to prevent trllc"ingo'er the main find themselves holdln' the bug I. REPAIRING tgay. FREE ISSPECTiOX I ',orrrft' : ,: goad ItoriciCountrr Hon I I y rr' }$2.2S

highways on week-ends and holidays is going to be watched vhcn the race Is over. NIWSPAPE1I 11T
INnr d -, .:, .J
But "
all! over the country. It will like all dopesters I ve been' tlr**- t mar I
surprise motorists wrong M4 often as right I've just'put i wtr by ba lae Be i.r. ;your battery U at top McCall'. MaijoJi I yr ALt FIVE l
to b3 told that instead of entering a against the the '" minor outs and Womon'. World I poa OIU.Y
protest yr
new figures down as I see 'em. efficiency: at all Urn,. by taking Good St-.. ___ 1 yr } /
law the big trucking companies actually are welcoming It. so You VEl !got eyes! to see with and I! breaknpuIr.d ariy, bite,. Form THIS" lonmal t yr $2.1 0 d
there ears to hear with and advantage of our tree battery ztzwsrar6a1 yr
will be are 1r
no opposition from that it supposf dirt and w.t r
f queer as may f l to do your own think In.' So'' cause rices part.nn. inspection service
sound. They contend they can by shifting schedules the I darn.... regularly ...,
get 50 ahead and add 'em up and see II. .. .
It's the
'I best
most necessary part of their freight in the clear in time to what kind of an answer you get. w wprk { way pro. ,,.
observe the week-end as a holiday. They say it will provide AFirnl I a' __ Ar long battery life, too. r d .aavrdrll We.rraas aw ale rs s.as

';- more time for overhauling and needed repairs, and that Half HolidauStarke I' g C.all.m.ai I

means n saving of money. It: will mean shorter driving hours, list half merchants enjoyed their I ..aelo. 5! ............_._? for wfclcfc pl.... nod m I

r. and that means! their drivers will always be in better condition loon will be holiday continued ycxterday throughoutnon after- ) y subscription th. m. .zift.. II.... checked, tof.tL.r with a Y.*.'

And their damage suits will dwindle because most of will be continued throughoutthe I REGISTER MOTOR (D Ham your Offer n.wipap.r.H Q. Story Offer I
their accidents summer until school In CO.
are said to be over the week-ends. So the opens I

balance" of the country is watching what promises to be one he full. PHONE 103 j am.** .., ..._"_.... ...............HM MMMaMM MaM Mi M.vv- I

o the most advanced steps toward safety taken in this coun- A smile calls upon only 1.1\ mui- Str..t or R.P T I

in a long time.-The Cocoa Tribune. des of the face, while a frown rein I

,. es. the use of 50. Starke, Florida rata'.r j S __?. J

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