Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 10, 1939
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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bUshed 1877 Subscription-For Year $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance E. Matthews, Editor and Owner



\\By New 1 Rate /Cut 4 CHANGES date definitely Thursday of the set Rotary night this March Club week minstrel 23 as, was the OVERATTENDANCE Truck WreckLOCAL

A later date had previously been

IN CHARTER contemplated, but Nat Sternberg,

nd Trustess Announce SHERIFF GETSBOOTLEG director, stated yesterday that his GUARDS Tragic Accident Near
Schedule In proteges are "gettln so good" he

New May{ 1lower Attorney Instructed To is afraid to postpone it any longerfor 75 Percent Drop In WIN TROPHYJleadqullrterjl Here {Wednesday ,
Effect fear they will be better than NightA
Two negroes were arrested and Draw Up GocalLegislation he Is. That would never do, Nat Lower GradeslJlay Company, 2nd

electric rates, substan- 80 gallons of bootleg whiskey were says, for he has enjoyed the reputation Cut Funds Battalion, 124th Infantry, has smoldering mass of wreckage
benefltting "big" consum- seized Monday night by Sheriff A. of being a premier mInstrel been announced as the winner of along the Bide of Road 13 told the

will go Into effect here May O. Andreu a mile and a quarter At what was described as being man too long to have his title In view of the startling fact that the National Trophy representing story yesterday morning of the

was announced following the south of Lawtey on Road 13. "the most harmonious meeting in challenged at this late date by 75 percent of the pupils Is the the prize for the highest figure of most tragic highway accident hero

Council's approval Tuesdayt Suspecting that the two Gaines several months" the City Council some gross newcomer. first second, and third grades of merit In rifle target practice in in recent years. The dead are: I.

of a recommendation prevl- ville negroes James Marshall, Tuesday night Instructed Its at Efforts are being made to en- the elementary school here, have the Florida National Guard. B. Powell of Cordele, Ga.. George i
,the City Board of and Crowell torney, T. Frank Landrum, to been classes recently Gamble of Jacksonville, and ono
y made by driving, LeRoy were gage the great "Boudinl", master not attending The announcement was made In
d l Trustees. The new schedulees going after a load of Illlct liquor, draw up four bills relating to the magician, for a special appearance the Board of Public Instruction a communication from Adjutant young man still unidentified. All ;

It possible for customers the Sheriff and Deputy J. B. Rowe, administration of the City of during the evening. "Boudinl Is at Its meeting here Monday, General Vivian Collins to Lt. T. T three were burned beyond recognition I

/K more than 100 kilowatts per together with county patrolman Starke for presentation at the ap on his way to Palm, Beach wherehe stated that if the situation con Long, commanding officer of the when two trucks crashed

th to receive a rate as low as Melvin McKinney awaited their proaching legislative session has been employed for the tinues it might become necessary local company. General Collins head on, turned over and caught

providing they take advanof return through Lawtey. They The four Items of local legislation social season, at a fabulous salary, to ask the State to supply the stated: "This office extends hearty fire two miles south of Lawtey at

the city's offer of a 10 per- were overhauled and stopped at will provide as follows: by Mrs. J. Plerpont Vanderhorse, county with truant officers and to congratulations and commendations 11:30: Wednesday night.

discount on bills paid before about 9:30 p. m. on the charge of 1. That the city cannot sell or I who is hiring the magician for the prosecute persons responsible for to the officers and enlisted Hoke Smith Womack of Winter

seventh of each month.e speeding and the eight, ten-gallon lease Its municipal light plant except I sole purpose of making olive plus children being out of school. men of your Headquarters Company Garden, the only survivor, la In a

new rates as recommendedhe kegs of whiskey were found in upon approval of three- disappear after her guests are "The Board Is reluctant to institute for this distinguished recognition critical condition In a local hospital.

; Bond Trustees, are as fol- the back of the old model Cadillac fourths of the qualified electors of through chewing on them. "I'm criminal prosecution, but by the War Department. Severe burns cover his

i: covered with cloth and pal Starke who are freeholders. The getting d __ __ tired of finding unless this situation is remediedit body and he also suffered other

I Imam charge for current $UiO metto fronds. purpose of this bill is to clear up them under my rugs and piled be will so effect and diminish the minor lnjurlen.

t 35 K. W. ___. He per K. W. Marshall and Crowell are In the what is considered, In some opinIons hind the doors," Mrs. Vander- amount of money furnished by TRAIN KILLS Little ia known of circumstances)

,nd 35 K W. ____ 9c per K. W.t county jail with bond set at $250 to be a flaw in a simlliar pro horse said In a prepared statement the State (which is based on school surrounding the accident' other

30 K. W. ____ 6c per K. W. each. Neither had made ball yes vision In the city charter. explaining her somewhat ec- attendance) as to result in Insufficient ERNESTTHORNOUEST than the tact" that it was a "headon -

above 100 K. W. H. __ 4e per terday. 2. To give the council authorityto centric action. funds to pay teachers and collision. Wlltereks of LaCrnn -
It but was too
I e saw happen
iV H. compromise paving liens and "When I learned that 'Boudlni' the ultlmute decrease In the number
II 1 rates are subject to the 10 delinquent taxes. would'be hitch-hiking through of teachers employed here," far away to determine which

ent discount making the mini- BERRY OUTLOOK{ 3. To Increase to two years the Starke around the 23rd' I made members stated. truck"one was driver at fault.must He have presumedthat been

n charge $1.35 (same aa the terms of city clerk, chief of police, him a proposition to appear with The county system receives from asleep." Womack can throw no

;pnt charge), the first 35 K. and mayor. the Rotary Club minstrel," Nat the State 25c per pupil for each light on the matter for he states
H. at D.9, the second at 8.1, the DISPUTED 4. To the council said
give power to yesterday. "Imagine my sur day's attendance in school. The Former Teacher Was that he was asleep In the cab of
t 30 at 5.4 and all above 100 and rates of and rate of absentees will
employ regulate pay prise delight when he accepted present high Active In Townsend the orange truck, driven by Pow
.6 for those who take advanof of all It's the "
city employes. break of a lifetime! materially reduce the amount of
PRO AND CONSome ell, at the lime of the cra h.
the discount. All laws Tickets for received here Organization
proposed were approved the minstrel will be money next year on The northbound truck belonged
'be new schedule will have unanimously by the council with placed on sale In advance by this basIs !it is said. : to the WUsoa-Taomer FertilizerCo.

ctlcally no effect on the bulk the exception of the one givingthe members of the Rotary Club. There Is no good reason tor the Ernest Thornquest, 70, for nearly ., of Jacksonville and was be

Starke's residential consumers Say Season Can body power to adjust taxes decreased attendance, school officials 18 years a resident of Starke and ing driven home by Gamble after

use less than 50 kilowatts Still Be Profitable and paving liens. The vote here said. There Is no epidemic Bradford County, died Monday a trip to Plant City and Intermediate -
per month. Under the pre- was: affirmative, W. M. Edwards, STEELFRAME I of any disease, and the pupils who afternoon from injuries 30 minutes points. It Is believed
t rate they pay $4.95 for 50, With "Breaks"Although 'L. A. Canova, and H. A. Bishop; are missing more than others are after being struck by the north- that his unidentified companionwas

Ie the new rate will be $4.68 for I negative W. L. Wall, Don L. FOR too young\ to be kept at home for bound Seaboard crack passenger picked up In Wildwood sometime
same amount. Consumers opinions differ widely I Hoover. ARMORY the of picking strawberries. train, the Silver Meteor, at approximately
purpose during the day Wednesday.
o> use as high aa 500 kilowatt over the prospecta of a successful .----.-- "Some 3:30: o'clock,
parents are just The South-bound truck was owned
rs however, will find their strawberry season here this year, NEW SERVICEBY NOW IN PLACE the habit of sending their children Mr Thornquest was walking along by C. C, Hull of Winter Garden' and
t bills reduced from $27.45 to only time will tell and It Is pretty BUS to school only four months In the double track from a point was making the return"trip after
32-a saving of approximately[ generally agreed that there Is the Wannee branch
the year/ one official remarked near junctionto taking u loud of oranges to Jack
still a possibility for growers to his home which Is on South
Florida Motor Lines has inaugurated -- -- --- sonville.
coords kept by City Clerk Carlos make some good money if every- a service that will take two Home For Headquarters FISH BARBECUEA Thompson Street beside the rail Mr. Weeks states that both
give an idea of how many thing works out Just right. As road. Seeing the train coming toward
buses through this territory daily Company Making} trucks turned over, one In the
miners wUl be. benefitted by the one shipper expressed,!!, "Our season T one eastboun' sod, one west Headway SUCCESSA him on the main, or first ditch and pee on the edge of the
athe ule. Ilia figures dhow isn't supposed W start here bound. The eastbound bus makes track, he evidently thought the road, aDd'were Instantly ablaze.
t during the month of January until the latter part of March, any "- large crowd of almost 100 locomotive would continue on the
connection In Starke at 12:35: P. M. Work the He was able to'pull Womack from
Another, proclaimed that on new Armory on people gathered at Crystal Luke
of the city's power customers way. I for Jacksonville] and points north main track instead of switching the wreckage, but the Injured
Road 13 across
199 shipments In December and' from Bradford on Thursday night to eat barbe
tI amounts second
the minimum ; early and northeast whereas the westbound to the double or rail. The burned
I youth, already severely
have put here High School, was continued this cued mullet\ at the invitation of
kilowatts 63 growers switch how
.l I less than 50 January bus makes connections In automatic electric that his skin hung In shreds, was
tI 1 between 50 and 100; 30 used $25,000 ahead of other recent I I Perry at 9:00: P. M. for Tallah week, after two months of idleness The Young Democratic Club of ever, changed the train to the HO shaken that he could not give
On the other hand, there is: when the all-steel frame was Bradford County. Around fifteen
realized l
weep 100 and 200; while 28 years. assee and points north and west. assembled.The double track, and before he I coherent information concerninghow
''I 1 from 200 up. no denying that a $150.000 crop I The feature of this service is new members joined the club and his danger he was struck by many others were in the
lost In the recent freeze. I Aetna Steel Construction the affair was u success from
almost ,
11 making the recommendation was I brought out by the fact that It affords the streamliner, which slopped trucks. Mr. Weeks caught
the council, the bond trustees Shipments are beginning to pick an opportunity to any per- Co., of Jacksonville, who contracted every standpoint except the one immediately, as It was movIng glimpses of other bodies In the
I .
led: "On or about Nov. 1 the up and around 150.000 pints of I son leaving this section to go to to supply and erect the frame, for which It wall intended to at a reduced speed. Upon blazing masH but was unable to

[ter of reducing electric rates fruit left Starke and Lawtey dur I Jacksonville, spend almost three trucked equipment and materials raise money. "I think everybodyhad examination, the now unconscious bring them out, pinned as they

I s discussed by the council and ing the past seven days, bringing hours, and return the same day. i I from Jacksonville Monday and began a good time, anyway," said man was found to have a broken were under the hedvy truck bodies.

, bond trustees. Each group growers around $9,000. The sea' Florida Motor Lines has for work. The frame wart com Noon Wainwright, president of the back, smashed pelvis, broken leg, He believes that the three men

,lized the demand for a rate low son's totals now stand at 834,400 many years been known throughout pleted yesterday and it is expectedthat I club and at whose camp the outing arm broken in two places, and a were dead by that time, however.
nigh for water heaters, which have re WPA will begin next week! was held. severely fractured skull as well as
cooking, pints for growers the south and United States since there was not a sound, other
i'l'I other electric appliances. We ceived around 62500. I' for speedy, economical and depend- to finish the $12,000 building for. The Young Democrats are fam- other Internal injuries, lie brief- than the crackling of flames

,,ve made a survey of our presenttes Reports from Plant City Indicate able bus transportation serving: our National Guard Company. ous for the good feeds that they ly regained consciousness enough from the wreckage.A .

and feel that we can safely that the peak of the season has' cities and communities on a net Jack Parnell\ foreman in chargeof put out and they have lived up to to weakly ask "Where am I? Why DeWitt C. Jones Ambulance

(brail tor your approval a re- been passed there, although car- work of highways In practically construction, stated that all\ their reputation Great ,quantities am I here? Why can't I get up 7" wan summoned from Starke and it

iction. In doing this we have lots will continue to be shippedfor I every section of the state. With Joints were bolted and welded, of food were provided and before death came In a doctor's wan after three o'clock before

ode every effort to reduce the some time yet. Dry weather the opening of this new route and the the building would be so consequently the guests literally office half an hour after the accident workers could extricate the char

'le in a way that anyone deslr- ia said to be taking a toll In that Florida Motor Lines has brought solid that practically nothing "eat up" the profits. They believe : red bodies. The remains of Gambia

K to use current for modern ap- area. nation-wide bus service to many could destroy it. that the annual fish barbecues are Funeral Services were held Tuesday 'have been sent to his family In

\tances[ may do so and receive the communities where it has not The armory when completedwill worthwhile, however, from the afternoon at 4:30: o'clock from Jacksonville; Powell's body is being

;befit of the reduction, and at VINING HEADS heretofore been available and by be one large room 70 feet by standpoint of fellowship and good the Christian Church, of which the held for relatives in Georgia;

I i'i', same time avoid the necessity establishing direct through connections 88 feet with no supporting columns will.The deceased wan a member, with the and the body of the unidentified

r! two different rates. LEGIONL. it is believed that citizens or partitions blocking the mullet were well-prepared\ Rev. W. T. McGuire and the Rev.L. youth Is ntlll being held here.

(\("In figuring this reduction of of this territory will quickly floor space. The walls\ will be by Frank Landrum and Bill I G. Hemingway offIciating Interment i Sheriff A. O. Andreu and Road

ties we have made a study of D. Vining was of unanimously the Jones-I avail themselves of its convenience brick veneer (with u steel frame Mundy, chief burbecuers, and their )I followed in Santa Fe I Patrolman Melvin McKinney: were

tee in effect from a number of elected commander American and roof, on a solid, poured ce able assistants. I Cemetery under the direction of on duty all night routing traffic
Jwns Langford-White Post ment foundation. The casualty of the even- DeWItt C. Jones Pall bearers
and find that the smaller held In the Several years ago an individual only I around the wreckage. The road
Mrs are receiving a lower rate Legion at a meeting Mon secured permit and for a number The WPA allocation for this Ing was a kerosene lantern ,that : were J. T. Quigley, W. A. Colley, was blocked by a lead of phosphate

,t present than most other pi act's. new home of the organization elected of weeks operated bus service over project is 7,703 with the city and Noon hung out to guide the visitors I V. H. Carden, Mallory Thomas, A. which was spilled from a.
<>u will note that the smaller us- day night. R. J. Turner was R. A. this same route but for lack of pat county chipping in $2,500 and the down to his camp. Noon I J. Thomas, and C. A. Knight I trailer attached to the Wllson-

's benefit some from this reduc"n first vice-commander, ronage was forced to abandon the National Guard Company puttingup thinks that perhaps one of the Ernest Thornquest was born In Toomer truck.Planning,

but the greatest savings are Newsome second vice-commander and, service. It is hoped our local people 91,500 as sponsors shares. Twoor guests took It along to be sure he Sweden Sept. 30, 1868, and his .__ u ___

, the larger users. At the pre- 'A. J. Thomas service officer, will give sufficient patronage three months will be requiredto got home all right, and if so, mother died shortly after. He Council Meet
rct David G. Ross sergeant-at-arms. finish wishes that he would return It the United States, soon of all civic
. time there la a large number to the new service to warrant the completely the armory came to Representatives
consumers who use 50 to 75 | I{. G. Duncan Is the retiring com-I permanent operation of same. building, it Is believed. now that he's through using It. I after his father at the age of 5 clubs* and members of the Brad-

''lowatta and this being the case I I mander. -- years" nfiu anffl iivvt tit/ml* ain rwl, was educated ,f'or dC own t y "FI inn I rag C ounc it ate
'ey will\) be able to use their elec- I The positions of adjutant, chaplain the state of Mlnne ota. It was Invited to attend a meeting of the
''C appliances and receive the ] and historian will be filled by Bradford County And Its AgricultureGet there that he graduated from the Northeast Florida Regional Plan

neflt of the reduction, thereby appointments by the new com state normal school and Christian ning Council to be held at the II

emitting i them to the use of elec- mander. to furnish Good Radio Publicity Over WRUE{college in Excelsior. He was Roosevelt Hotel In Jacksonville,

c ranges or other heavy users The Legion's drive fruit .. married_ to Jennie Ostrander 43 March 15,.at 8. p. m. The puposeor
electricity. their new home is bearing with rather good draIn- years ago, and his wife aurviveehim I me meeting' is mated as follows:
"We have and sixty new chairs have already Bradford County was on the alto I and expressed the appreciation of gether our raise He cams' to Florida In 1917 "To acquaint the citizens with the
recently purchased an the community for the tribute to age, permits growers to
log until
measuring the facilities Bradford County.W. many crops.
9 going to house hall. It was stated that 100 more clock through divided between and made his living as a teacher ning Board and the County Planning
any particular T. Nettles, district agent Is evenly
and and
however, a WRUF, State University
business this will be needed, and and preacher He taught three Councils and to affect methods
and farming,
can place to solicit radio station at Gaines with the Agricultural Extension I livestock, general
iclne so to committee was appointed We also years In Bradford County, one of approach to the vital and
as get a graphic additional Florida Service, spoke briefly, urging vegetable production.
It a special
for the villa was
iding ] funds 100,000 year In Starke, and was principal all Important subject of planning
during a twenty-four old time- approximately
the produce
wishesto broadcast farmers to adopt
who Farm Hour relayed by
chairs. Any citizen one at Lawtey and one year as it affects the region as a
ur period Our year
thereby knowing ex- chairsat tented principal( of "live at home, pounds of pecans
'ly the contribute one or more wire from a shipping platformnear at Ralford (then In Bedford whole. l'. F. Stump, chairman of
amount of curent reach- hand the donation the railroad station here, and raising not only cash crops but also livestock farmers possess some
.45 each may the Bradford stated that
i said $1 of County) council
place. In and 15,000 head
any case whereere Mr. Newsome, llsteners-ln heard strawberry production the various food-ntutts that are 12,000 cattle,
Mr. Thomas. he will attend the
is found to Besides his wife, the deceased meeting.
a low voltage wes for a comfortable livIng swine.
or N. D. and other Important crops necessary
K. Ferryman -- --- -
going to place same up to the Judge E. valuable publicity on the farm. "Much of our land Is adapted to la survived by a daughter, Mrs.J. +
of this area given Discussed
cessary 110 or 220 Volta thereby Wainwright, Jr. deep 45-mlnute period. The B. H. S. Band and the pasture growth, making live-stock A. Dlddell, of Jacksonville; Fellowship
luring the consumer the very The Post wishes to who express have already The during was announced Strawberry String Band furnished raising a very profitable enter three brothers, George and JohnP. Prof. Herbert Wolf, of the Agri
service available. for chairs, and from Gainesville by Charles Dud the musical portion of the pro prise. Of our general crops, Thornquest College
" We sincerely hope that this contributed in capable manner. bacco 1s the chief source of cash and William Thornqueit of Shuu- Florida, discussed "Fellowship"at
of County Commissioners Farm Hour an gram a very
luction also to the Board ley, three hundred kofee Minnesota and by three the Wednesday luncheon of the* I
of rates will meet withur CouncU, Hogan and was handled at this County Agent T. K. McClane Income. Last year, ;
the City nouncer, of tluecuredtobacco sisters Mrs. Nellie Olsen and !..Irs.I Rotary Club. He stated that w&
approval, and that we are Corporation, end James Walton, of WRUF'a made an Instructive and entertaining eighty-five
vays willing to cooperate with Smith Container financial as staff by, who Informally\ Interviewed talk on the agricultural life produced over 300,000 I Ellen Westllng of !ollnn, Minnesota should not be contented with

e citizens of our good town'and and others who gave aided In the completion such prominent Bradford Coun and possibilities of Bradford Coun pounds and brought growers approximately and Miss Augusta Thorn. "first Impressions of people we
' sistance and who Madella :Minnesota. think do not like but should
e them the of follows: 70000. Bradford quest of we ,
advantage He as
any building. as J. M. Brownlee, L. ty. spoke
Suctions that we feel can safely of the new. L.ty growers Conner, James Rosier R. E. "We have 125. square miles of County probably will harvest and Mr. Thornquest was a very ac make an effort to know them bet
made than 1,000 acres of tive member of the Townsend ter. "Very often you will find
without injuring the home and also Hogan Smith. Jr., land In cultivation; this land comprising cure more
;h credit rating that Starkea Building { Hazen, scoring judge 942 farms. Boll types of tobacco this year. Other general Club, and took a great Interest In that the man you think to be a
Club high-point
' today.". A new fertilizer and feed ware 4-H recent Fat Stock Show. 'Bradford County vary greatly, crops are corn, peanuts, velvet reform movements. Ills articleson snob ia In reality only shy and

Signed house for Green's Store Is being at the Edwards, chairman of the I ranging from the heavy muck beans. Sea Island coton. sugarcane the harm of alcohol, tobacco, would like to be friends it only
P. Tenth Street. The W. M. sweet Sea etc., often appeared In the Tele you will make the first advances,"
M. Barefoot, Chairman. constructed on Council, pinch-hit for Dr. W : oils to the rather sandy types. and potatoes.
R J. will be 28x38. and will be City soU ,to (Continued on page eight) graph. Prof Wolfe said.
Davis Treasurer. building K. MlddletoD, mayor, who WM Ul, I This variation In type ,
H. L. Brownlee. of tin construction.

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I: I feels a special responsibility as BOA DRAIN 1129 to 1939 both inclusive amount. ( hog to $157.80.ALSO. ombrari-M th-> following, described 1930'to 1139! |, ---

the Honorary President of the Boy i In* '" $44 64. SWy4 of NW(4'( &: W' of property in the i' unty of Bradford Ing to I25.t!>',
BOY ,I Mm. Z. Z. Griffin, Cor. ALSO: Lots T, 8 of Dlk 13 In Gaskin -. REV4 of NW,* & NWV4 of SWVi' A State of Florida. to-wit: ALsO: NW .
Scouts of America, I like to think Add to Stat-ko. Sec. 29 Tp 6. S,. W'A of NEV4 of 8WV4: Sec r B Tp. 7 7 East Half of East Half of South- NE'4 ot SJo 1y.% 'W

that faithful observance of the I t. 23 12. S. H. 20 E., 120 Acr.a.The wet uartar North of Peek Road S. n. 22 E.. 2(1'II ,ow ,,. 'I
SCOUT Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Prevatt of Sec. 24 Township 6 South Range 22East. II
.. taxes to be sold are evidenced -
The taxes to be sold are evidenced The taxes.
Scout Oath constitutes an excellent 32 Acres, more or to
containing iI.
Theresoa their No. 56 of 1930, ,
J were visiting son, by certificate No. 41S of 1934, by certificate .d by ("
NEWS l preliminary training In the Arch Prevatt, Sunday. and represent! unpaid taxes for the;I and represent unpaid taxes for the less.The I 9117 ot 1931 c..rtltl, III'II.i ..:: '",
,'duties of citizenship. I like to yearn 1933 to 1939, both Inclusivemounting ,, years 1929 to 1939 both Inclusive, assassment of the said property tlvely. and : .Il,,
I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gainey and a to 137.12. amounting to $269.73. under the said certificate Is- for the repr J' I,
think of the entire Scout trainingas children Mr. andMrs. ALSO: EVt of SWW & WV4 otSEVi r, ALSO: EVi of SE'i of NW>4 & EV4 sued was In the name of W. H.: Clusivp, 19;, I, ''I .!,

an apprenticeship for the mastery I were visiting Sec. 81 Tp 7 S. K. 22 K.. 157 r of NEVi of 8WV A H'-fc of SWVi &: Bowers ALsO amollUll1l8'; IIW\-\ ,; '
The boys of Troop No 70 Boy E. E. Lee of Bethel Sunday. Acres. SWVi\ of SEVi Sec 5 Tp. 7 S. R. 20 Unless said certificate shall be S..C. 18 'rp 8 s. )I ,1\I 11.
Scouts of America. are eagerly of future civic duties Ethel Catlln of Starke was visiting The taxes to be sold are evldene'r! E.. 160 Acrea redeemed according to law theproperty The taze.. i" 1)1 R '2 It II,
ed by certificate Nos. 580 r therein will ed '. \\f\ ,
described be by \
forward to the next Boys wishing to cecome members The taxes to be sold are evidenced cerUtlra,,. :..,
looking I Mrs. Z. Z. Griffis Friday. 1932 and 1935 respectively and represent by certificate. 66 of 1930, and sold to the highest bidder at the and represent 11.. (
Court of Review which will be of Troop 70 are urged to unpaid taxes for the year I represent unpaid taxes for the year court house door on the first MondAY 'ear. 1932 to 193 11I1".ld ''a;0, ,
Lee of Bethel the I
Gladys was 1931 to 1939, both Inclusive amounting of 1939 hot
month April.
1929 to 1939. both Inclusive, amount- In the amounting to !
held In the Church School rooms make their application soon aa 'I: .%7 II,
l to .
week-end guest of Thelma Prevatt. U02.U.ALMO Ing to $352.96.ALSO which Is the 3rd day of April. 1D39. ALSO: E ..
of the First Methodist Church on I the Troop is fast filling up and the : W .-. of NEU of NWV4 Dated this 21l1t., day of February 20 Tp. 8 S. R, .t l'ir\o' ;:\ 01 !
Ethel Mae and Betty Purling of : SLfe of Lot 6 & all lot 7 U E. It
Sec. 12 Tp. S S. K. 23 B., 30 Acr. 1939.OFFICIAL.. The taxes Ie ; \
Tuesday evening March 14th, at possibility it: that shortly all applications Hampton were visiting friends In The taxes to be sold are evidenced Sec. 6 Tp. 7 S R. 20 E.. 138 Acres ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas ed by to b. 'Old ,c''I

7:30: o'clock. At this time the I will of necessity because by certificate No. 674 and 1603 i The taxes to be sold are evidenced Clerk of Circuit Court of BradfordCounty of 1931 CertifIcate and NI' 2ii tt
this section Friday. by certificate No. 60 of 1930, andrepresent 1933 Ii
of 1930 and 1933 respectively and I :
i I of In the Florida. 2-24 6t 3-24 represent r'MpCU
Troop committee con lstlng of of lack room Troop, unpaid taxes for the years unpaid tall1I !
represent unpaid taxes for the years 193i1 to fOI:
Dr. M. B. Herlong, Chairman, Joe | be refused.. lona Brown of Starke was visitIng 1929 to 1939 both Inclusive, amounting 1929 tn to 1272 1939..fit both. Inclusive amounting NOTICE OF "'..F] OF TAXCKKTIKICATKH lag to 19391 153. 5.both Inclulh',""
Katie I
Mrs. Griffls to
$58.27. .
Wilson K. L. Matthews, L. A. I Fridayevening. Said tax certificate tolt..th.rwith m ALSO:-SV;ctf SVfc of Lot 9 &: S% Is that Mamie In ALSO: NW% ..r W'
Notice hereby given NW
Cor 1'1.' ., t.
Davis, and Frank Robinson will WOODLAWN all subsequent omitted or Levied of Lot 10 Ex. N 13 Acrea., Sec. 7 Lou Edwards has filed with me E., 40 Acres :, l'p II

meet for the of examin- I A large crowd frord this section taxes will be sold to the blithest :Tp. 1 S. R. 20 Eb'e 48 Acrea. written request! that the tax certificates The taxes to
purpose Carter Cor. The sold evidenced bt
i Mrs. Otwar bidder at the Courthouse door In taxes are together with all ..ub".qu.ntomltt..d ed by IIold
ing and passing boys in Merit attended the birthday 'Party ofMis. Starke on the 17th.. day of March by certificate No. 62 of 1930 and and levied taxes held by of 1931 certlflcat and sos hItt

Badge requirements and in Ad- j I Mr. and Mrs. Willie Nice of S. F. Griffls Friday night, 1939 at 11:00: A. M. represent unpaid taxes for the years the State be advertised and sold to represent ''Palrl 1933 rupcu.:
amount- i
1929 to 1939 both Inclusive,
Dated this the 25th., day of February -
the highest bidder for cash as provided 1930 to taxufOfl.
vancements. Already a number : Plant City spent last week-end Mr. and Mrs. Z. Z. Griffis Mr.. A. D. 1939.! Ing to $12033.ALSO by Chapter 18296 of the 1037!) log to $75.74.1939. both IUMlv.,..
before the Merit with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas, : M"iI of Lot .&: 'V% of N% acts of the Legislature, upon the ALSO
.of boys have been and Mrs. W. E. Green and daughter 7 : NW,
I I Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford of Lot 4 & N'4 of Lot 6 Sec Tp. described real estate. In 21 or SPL. orgy
following Tp.
and have Mrs. J. S. Norman. 7 S. R. 20 E. 100 Acres. 6 S. R. 22 E
Badge Counselors prepared -, Sharon and Mrs. Ida Chase County Florida. 3-3 3t 3-17 the County of Bradford, State of The taxes i,1 It Anea
to ,
The taxes to be sold are evidenced be ,,
themselves in the require- | Mrs. Edna Moore of Ft. Myers were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. E. NOTICK TO BIIMJKHS by certificate No. 63 of 1930. and Florida, to-wIt: by certificate Nr. aff.
Blk. 7 Ex. lots 4 II. 8. & NV& \850111
ments for these Badges. Others was called to the bedside of her Starling of Pine Level Sunday. The Board of Bond Trustees of represent unpaid taxes for the years of All Lot 3 Town of Lawtey, West: of years represent 1932 unpaid ''ax.' '|

have appeared before the Scoutmaster I II brother, David Browning who Is Thelma Prevatt, Gladys Lee and Bradford bids County until ,10 Florida o'clock will a. receive m.- 1929 to to $22203.ALSO 1939 both. Inclusive, amountIng Ry Sec. 23 Tp. 5 S. R. 22 E. amounting' to to"mt 2.46 t>0"1 1 I."

and have prepared themselves a patient at Mrs. Fay Gill's. He Albert Griffis were visiting charles March 13th 1939. and at that timeto : All E'''' of SH of SWVi of The certificate taxes to be No.sold. 119 are and evidencedby 687 of ingston ALSO: Lots I. 3, ,4lt Bit',
SWVi N of Ex. E 300 ft., A., Tru hy & ;
he at Ity 4VO "
publicly opened the City '
for Advancement In rank. recently had his appendix removed and Juanita Priest Sunday.VANDERBILT. Hall In the City of Starke Florida Sec. 8 Tp. 7 S. It. 20 E., 5 Acres. 1928 and respectively: and repr."ent Starke Sec., 2S Tp A Ru..:

Still other boys, having made I --. for one I'/i-ton truck chassis with The taxes to be sold are evidenced unpaid' taxes for the years The taxes t(, bi. ,.hl l R.'
1927 193'! both Inclusive 'f.
to amountIng
: by Certificateof "
been cab and dual wheels. Each bldd..rmUllt by certificate No. 67 of 1930 and tt-,.
proper application have un- I I Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips, Mrs. describe fully the truck onwhich represent unpaid taxes for the years to $164 02. 1928 and ill:; 210'Ii

der the direction of the Junior Assistant : W. H. and J. S. Norman and Miss he bids. 1929 to 1939! both Inclusive, amountIng ALSO: NWVi\ of SW% Sec. 24. Tp. represent unpaid. i'ax'p.th_, ,,
6 S R. 20 E. 40 Acres.The I
I ,
yearn 1927
Scoutmaster Frank Robinson :Miss! Vclmu Norman, Cot Each bidder will be expected to. to $7S.07ALSO to 1934 "orh
; I Debbie Phillips all attended the accept as trade one used Ford truck : Lot 8 of Blk 1, Ward City taxes to be sold are evidenced amounting to 14604 i i.

Ill, and Senior Patrol Leader funeral of their uncle. Ben Strick- and one used Chevrolet truck nowhelon.ln& Sec. 8 Tp. 7 S. R 20 E.. by certificate Nos. 27 and 96 of Said tax certlfhatiINt
Enos Hayes s. adylng for their I Miss Velmu Norman of this section to the Board of Bond The taxes to he sold are evidenced 1932 and 1933: respectively! and represent II subsequent 'I1ltt.d 101"1., ,
I l land at Sanford last Wednesday. Trustees. by certificate No. 68 of 1930, and unpaid taxes for the years Cs will be sold 1 'h "
Tenderfoot tests which were con was visiting In GainesvilleSaturday for the 1931 to 193, both Inclusive amountIng 1 lit the Irhl
The Board reserves the right to represent unpaid taxes year. rl .
: i Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wood and I to $44.14.ALSO the 10th. '!!I,
ducted on Monday afternoon by afternoon. reject any or all bids. 1929 to 19.19 both Inclusive, amounting < .
: SEVi\ of NWVi\ of SEVi, Sec. il"oOy-ciock"A: MMa" II
daughter Esther of Jacksonville Ordered In regular session of the tr $43.59.ALSO .
the Scoutmaster. A list of the I Mrs. Lou Snowden of Starke has said Board this the 6th day of February : Lot 4 of Blk 2 Ward City 16 Tp. 6 S. R. 22 E.. 10 Acres. Dated this th. iRtll,

boys passing these tests will be were visiting Mrs. Wood's sister been visiting her sister, Mrs. Sue A. D, 1939 Sec. 8 Tp. 7 S. It. 20 E.. The taxes to be sold are evidenced I ruary A. D. 1939 'I
Mrs. Othma Norman Sunday. A. A Durden, Chairman. The taxes to be sold are evidenced by certificate Nos. 281 and 056 (OFFICIAL SEAL, .1
given next week I I Sapp, of this section. ATTEST: C. A. Futch Secretary. by certificate No. 69 of 1930. and of 1931 and 1933 respectively, andrepresent I Clerk of Circuit (' urt'\ 0|J T|
members Ancla Hall of Jacksonville was 2-10 unpaid taxes for the unpaid taxes for the years I County[ Florida. M
Last Friday nlgiit! of Kirby Crews of Pleasant Valley : Bt 8-10 represent year. ,..I...
I 1929 to 1939 both inclusive, amount-
visiting relatives here Sunday.
the Mohican Patrol opened the t was visiting Leroy Norman here' I"IJ'I) Cr.tTI5 IUSTItIf'l.1 Ing to $39.47.ALSO .

meeting and members of the Pan. Miss Bebble Phillips of Max- Monday.Mr. OMIT. 1101.:11UINT.UCT: : OP I : WH of Frac'l Blk 5 Ward
rlC1IUnA"o. :211 J C-ltll UNITED City Sec. 8 Tp. 7 S. R. 20 E.
ther Patrol closed It. her
During the vllle was visiting sister Mrs.J. .
STATEn OF The taxes be sold evidenced SPECIALYOUR
and Mrs. G. L. Sapp and I AMERICA Fotithoiler.vs to are -
course of the meeting the follow S. Norman Saturday.Don't Certain Lands lying and being by certificate No. 70 of 1930, and
ing Warants from National Scout little son, Rudolph. were In Gainesville In the Town of Starke, County of represent unpaid taxes for the years

forget Sunday School on business Saturday afternoon Bradford, State of Florida etc., eta 1929 to 1939 both Inclusive, amount-
Headquarters In New York City every Sunday afternoon at HeU- I. O..r..ndanta.iOTI1oJ! OF ('O- Ing to $33.70.ALSO CAR LUBRICATED FOR r
were given out by the Scoutmaster MUMMATIO' PHO<-|OKOIS.. TO : All Elk 6 Ward City Sec.
bronn Church at 3 o'clock and ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN 8 Tp. 7 S. R. 20 B.
: to Life Scout Frank Robinson I Prayer Meeting every Thursday Misses Irene and Iris Sapp, and AND TO
III. a warrant officially designat Velma Norman of this section attended flrnm and corporations, who. arermldent by certificate No. 71 of 1930 and
night at 7:30: o'clock. school of the. Htate of Florida represent unpaid taxes for the years
Sunday at
ing him as Junior Assistant Scoutmaster Heilbronn 1. S. Inca oreen and Floyd (flreen 1929 to 1939. both Inclusive, amount- TO PAYSmith's I

; to let Class Scout, Enos Springs Sunday afternoon. her husband. Starke Florida: 2. Ing to $79.25.
DOtJJJLEIWNMrs. Luther O. Powell.. Nat Sternberg ALSO: All Blk 7 Ex. Lots 8, 9, 10
Hayes, a warrant officially designating Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Norman of r I and Enos W. Hayes as Trustees for 11 Ward City iiec. 8 Tp. 7 S. It. 20

him as Senior Patrol Lead \V. A. Tyler, Cor.Misses this section were visiting Mr. and I Bradford Lodge No. 85, Free and Accepted E.The
Masons of Bradford taxes. to be sold evidenced
County, are -
er; to 1st Class Scout, Michael Mrs. A. A. Edwards of Brooker r Florida, Starke Florida: 3. 1.. A. by certificate! No. 72 of 1930 and Garag

Dew a warrant officially designat Besale and Lola Tyler of Sunday. Davis. Clarke Florida; 4. E. K. Per- represent unpaid taxes for the years

him this section spent Sunday with ryman and Loin Peek Perryman, his 1929. to 1919. both Inclusive, amountIng -
ing aa Junior Assistant Sen- Jack Vanderhlll of wife, Starke Florida to $178.50.
Misses and Rising section : 5. Mrs. Eva
lot Patrol Leader Evelyn Ethel Mae Cole was visiting Jim Fernandea, an riunrdlan, Starke. ALSO: Lots 11, 12, 13. 14, 15 of Ilk
ManningSunday Florida: 6. E. W. Hayes an Tax Ward City Sec. 8 Tp. 7 S. R. 20
Following the lead set In February man.Mr. afternoon.Mr. ..Collector of Bradford County, E.The 4

for attendance, when the and Mrs. C M. Moore and Starke, Florida 7. Carl Johns, as taxes to be sold are evidenced /J/JatuJULN/S

average; attendance for the month son, Billy of this section were and Mrs. H. L. Norman and Tax Collector of the City of Starke. by certificate No. 73 of 1930, and
family of Vanderbilt were visitingMrs. Starke, Florida: 8. The Bank of represent unpaid tuxes for the years
was 93 per cent the boys turned visiting his brother and slster-ln- Starke, Starke, Florida. and all persons 1929 to 1939, both Inclusive, amount- fiaz75e?

out for the first meeting In March law, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Moore of: W. H. Rosier and family at Interested In or having liens Ing to $256.64. 7rITo ;
Arredondla Saturday afternoon. upon or claiming any interest or ALSO: Lot 6Sec. 18 Tp. 7 S. R. ;
and showed an attendance of 99 Raiford. lien of whatsoever nature In or up- 20 .;., 80 Acres

percent. The ambition Misses on the following described real estate The taxes to be sold are evidenced
of every Kmmalyne and Shirley \OTITK OP APPM \TIO\ In the County of Bradford, by certificate NOB. 70 of 1912 give him a better chancein
member of the Troop is that for : Morgan of this section visited <* FOIl T\X: I>KKIrtlutr state of Florida, to-wit: Lying and 71 of 1933 72 of 19.12 and 93 of 19- & l

the month of March the average I Misses Bessie and Lola Tyler,, / ) IS: Hill HEHERy; No. 1111lOTIt'Jo : C1IVKN. being In the Town of Starke, County 34 the, and represent unpaid taxes for life, start now on. our
of Bradford State of Florida; beginning years 1929 to 1939, both Inclusive :
will not drop below this, fine stand Misses Kvelyn: and Ethel Mae Coleman Julia Tlxnn holder of Tux at a point being the Intersection amounting to $11871
Certificate No. systematic plan which will
ard. I and Miss Doris Brown Sun- day of July A.125 1) Issuvtl 1925. tins I the fllrdMaine 6th.! of the easterly side of South ALSO: Lots 4, 6 Sec. 18. Tp. 7 S.
Court Street with the southerly H. 20 I':., 200 AI'I'' ''". enable
The court of Honor for this day afternoon In my for office and bus madeapplication xldit of West Call Street: running The taxes to be sold are evidenced your child to obtain "i

month will be held in Jackson-' Mr. and Mrs. I iMHiiptl Ih..r..n.Hald a tax deed to be thence South 73 degrees 30 minutes by certificate Nos. 19 and 227, a college education .
Ellge Coleman Kant along the southerly side of of 1923 and 19.13: respectively and at amazingly

vllle Thursday night, March 23rd i, | and daughters, Kvelyn and Ethel I lowing rertlflrat d..'...rlb..d. embraces property the In fol the) Went Call Street a distance of 105 represent unpaid taxes for the years small
at 8 o'clock and the feet to point, thence South 16 degrees 1922 to 19.19. both Inclusive, amount cost
plans are for I' Mae and Miss Doris Brown all ofthlK founty of Bradford Ktate of ..Florida 30 mlnuteH. West a distance ing to $436.34.

every member of Troop 70 to be section were fishing at Sand to-wit l I.ut :7 of flit 13: In flasklns Add. ..r 100 feet to a point; thence North Said, tax. certificates together with Ask

present.several. I Hill Lake Saturday night. to Kturkp. See 29 Tp. 8. 8. II. 22 .K. 73 degrees 30 minutes Vest. a distance all subsequent omitted or levied our local agent
of 15 feet to taxes will be sold
The a point; thence to the highest
of the boys will receive I Mrs. J. L. nHHPHHTtient of the nald prop South. IK degrees :30 minutesVest bidder at the Courthouse door In or write
lirantley and son., erty under the said rert If Irate IKHUfl
their Star rating at that time t, .- wan In the a distance of 20 feet to a point; Stnrke on the lilt h., day of March
some seconcf class I Roger, and Mrs. O. L. Brown, and 10"t name., of W. H. llolllnfrnworthi thence North 73 degrees 30 minutes A D. IH3H! ta 11:00 o'clock A. 1\[.

and first clans I soil, Carl, of thin section were Unless said certificate Khali be We..t a distance of HO feet to a point Datfil this I the 1St h., day of .February :1 k. '
awards will be In the A. D.
made and r..d..I11..1 easterly Hide of South 'ourt 1939. ;

of recognition I visiting Mrs. G. L. Kersey Sunday aorordlntc to law. thepropelty Street; thence North 16 degrees 80 (OFFICIAL SEAL A J. Thomas
Merit dewcrlhed
badges and of the afternoon. Hold. to the highest therein bidder. will he minutes East along the easterly ..Id.. t'I..k of Circuit Court of Bradford

entire Troop will be made by the t[otirt house tour on the flrxt at Mon the of South Court Street a distance! of County, Floilda. 2-24 8t 3-1O
I Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wilson of :, 120 feet to the point or place of beginning -
Court of which lay In I the month of
Judge J. April :
oil!a rill! ,
I this section 'which IH the 3rd l together with the Improvements 'U'III I: OKlfl.lC ''I'IU' KOIt r
day of
were visiting Mr. and I April 1910.
RUmonda Is
the highest ranking:' I Duted thin t.t. day of March thereon. WHKHI3FOIIK; :, a TDKIOI: ) I LL..
Official. Parents. urn ri..ri tn Mrs. W. A. Tyler Saturday nleht.: '4 o.o. I, 1.tltlnhA"_ been filed on the 17th I u_._. .Ornnte 11111 '41'1) -
----- --- -- .-- .u ilI..' day or February A. D. 13'J, In the'IInlt..d ; K IS HEREBY '
; -'ICIAI, SKAL) Tht"\'Ic;
A. .1
make It hot'.V/
possible for a 100 States District Beulah of
per cent attendance of Troop 70 to be I I ItROOKERMm. County. Florida. 3-3 Southern District of Florida, by the Tux Certificate No. 400, Issued the
: Bt
fitli t,
present United States of America against day of September A. D. 1932, has 1
at this meeting. I i .1. I... Parker, Correspondent OF1 !Stl.K OP TAT the above described property and tiled same In my office and has E. R. BOWERS

Public demonstrations of Patrol C'RHTHrlfATK persons, flrnm and corporations made application for a tax deed to
I Notice la! hereby given that O. E. praying for the condemnation, upoi, be Issued thereon. Said certificate Starke. FloridaFactsJFhM
specialties will be given In the The Ladles Aid Society met at (',...w.. haH filed with me written proper compensation, of said prop ----

near future and it Is expected the home of Mrs. Charles Hardee, r..nu. ..st that the tar certificate" toIt..lh..r erty. Now, therefore, all persons

that no better display of Scouting" I February 28, with the president, or levied with axes all held subsequent by the State omitted be the Interested suit property In or having, or claiming liens upon any 9yExJ

activities will have been seen than Mrs. G. E. :McGauley, and 15 members advertised and Mold to the hlttheBt. right hereby title notified or Interest. therein, are L G Concern I
bidder. for cash to be and appear In
will be afforded by Troop 70 on present. Important subjectswere Chapter 18296 of the an 19.17 provided acts by of. the said. United Suites District Court

this occasion, the date of which discussed and Mrs. Leona the legislature) upon the following at for the Southern District of Florida
will be dpnrrlbed real estate. In the Jacksonville, Florida on the 6th
published later. Wiggins, Mrs. D. C. Kelley and of Hradford State of Florida County day of April A. D. 1939 to show

Wholehearted cooperation from Mrs. Hardee were presented with wit: to- what Interest, lien, right or title BttR

parents and friends of birthday KKVi of SWVi & S'-i of 8ICV4 Sec. they or any of them have In and to HELP !
Scouts Is gifts. Because of the above
so 35 Tp. It H. n. 19 E.. 120 Acre. property, and : SUPPORT THEM
urged by the Scoutmaster in order much sickness the attendance has The taxes to be Hold) are evidenc to show cause If any they or any

to continue in the high I been small we do ed by certificate No. 2 and 8 of of them have, why said property
type of hope everyoneIs 19.10: and 1933 should not be taken by the United

work that these boys have become i better by now and that all present unpaid respectively taxed for the, and yean re-I States of America for the u..e.. and

accustomed to in the members will be 1929 to 1939, both inclusive. amount. purposes set forth In said petition, : '
past few I present at the ing to $325.72. on penalty of being barred of all '-THE !?i ,

months. In a recent Radio broadcast next meeting which will be at the ALSO: Com at SW Cor of NW claim and Interest In and to said .. :. -THEUNEMP10
President of NK'/4! & Hun N 220 property. .Dated. this 20th day of '- *
Roosevelt aald off I home of Mrs. R. J. Hargraves. Refreshments fence, thence IS to McKinney Yds Branch to wire February. ,\. D. lD39. KDWIN R. AGED -
Scouting "As one who has been I of chicken salad sand- thence H alonff said lira nrh to H WILLIAMS. Clerk, United States
long active in Scout Work wiches and Iced tea line of NBVi; of NK14 thence Went District Cnurt for the Snutltein Dintrie .' .
and were served. t of
I. to tleg.. Sec. 12 Tp. 6 8. It. 20 E. Florida lly |1111| I.. Gibson .
&__ II Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey I 25 Acres. House, Deputy Clerk (Court Seal) .-5_ -

I spent Monday In The taxes to be oM are evidenced
High Springs. hv TO WHOM IT M\Y "O'llIt
certificate No. 23
BUSINESS Mr. and Mrs. Bart Green spent 1930! and 19.13: respectively and, and 61 re.of lar TAKE NOTICE: That at the regu -

I l last week-end in Jasper with re present unpaid taxes for the year Florida session of the Legislature of .
ll 192 to 19:19:! > both Inclusive, which convenes In Tallaha..e -
DIRECTORY l latives. to (5688. amountIng Florida In April 1939 The I
Hoard of .
Herlebutler ALSOSE14 of NWK' Seo. 1} Tp. County Commissioners of _
Crosby visited his 6 S It. 20 E, 40 AcreM. Bradford County Florida and The
p wife who Is In the hospital In The taxes to be old are evidenc Hoard Bradford of Public Instruction for

Jacksonville Saturday and Sun- ed Ida by and certificate 1933 No. 25 & 62 of Board of Bond County Trustees Florida of Bradford and The c'
day. We wish her unpaid taxes and reprexent County Florida Intend to have
a speedy re- for the years a
1931: to 1919 both Inclusive special act Introduced and If pos
The drink covery.Mr. Inn- to 174 61. amount sible enacted Into law providing for :i

'I and Mrt. Charles Hardee ALSO: HWUof NWU A NWVi of celveed one-third of all moneys to he re- 5

that made a business trip to Valdosta, I SWVi Acres. Sec. 7 Tp. 6 S. U. 21 E.. 80 any other Prom State the State Agency Treasurer by the or \

Ga., last Friday. The taxes. to be sold are evidenc County Commissioners of Bradford
everybody The I ed by certificate No.. 132 County Florida under anti by virtue 'r/if
i sponsoring a 1010 and 1934: respectively, and r.- of Chapter 148.12. Laws of Flor \ STATE OF

knows baby popularity contest in which present unpaid taxes for the year. ida. Acts of 1931 and all Acts :
14 babies 1929 to 1939. both Inclusive amendatory thereof and commonly COLLiCTID
1 are entered from amount known
one in ir to 1163: 84. a. the race track funds, to
4 years. Each baby has a girl to ALSO: All SW14 of NE4 & NWI4 he thereafter divided In equal por- $ <
tions 67
5etnOT. sponsor It. The votes will be a Sep.of SKVi 14 S of Ry &: 8W J of SEVi' ,. County between Commissioners.the said The Board. of THROUGH fEDERAL, STATE 1.385. ?
Tp. 7 S. K. It R, 80 Acre of Hoard AND LOCAL)
penny each. On Thursday, March The taxes to be sold are evidenc Public Instruction and TMe Board AGENCIES A SHARE
23 In the ed by certificate' Nos. of Bond Trustees. OF: THE NATION'S 44UGE IN BEER
school auditorium. the ltd: &: 47S of BOARD} 4OO REVENUE FOR 1938 13
1031 and 1933 OF COUNTY COMMIS: MIWON >12 MON1WS
respectively, and YEARLY BEER ,
winner represent REVCNU
will be SIONERS
COCA-COLA crowned and will. unpaid taxes : OF BRADFORD
CO. the
receive a loving cup and Its 1930 to 1919: both Inclusive amount-years I COUNTY FLORIDA COMES BACK TO BENEFIT (souftce or DATA: STAT 81V1A0 QIPARI MINI)
npon- lug to 1164?. BOARD n.l' I'l'BLIC INSTRUC THIS COMMUNITY

WE ARE sor a gift from the P.-T. A. There I ALSO: All NF.4 of SWf Rx. R A., TION FOR BRADFORD COUNTY .

will also be a short play and other. In 8W Cot Sec. 14 Tp. 7 S. R. 21 FIX3RIDA -
I things to complete the program. The taxes to be Hold are evidenced OP ItltADFORD COUNTY i'

I Mrs. Clennle Hickok met with by certificate No. 164 and 475- FLORIDA I

(he ".-T. of 1931 and 1913 respectively, and
CARPENTER'S i Monday and
gave an represent unpaid taxes for the years \OTICK. OF Mll.M OK T' \: I
Interesting talk on diphtheria, 1930 to 1939. both Inclusive, amounting t KHTIKI ;.'TE'
The Rexall to Notice
StorePLUMBING 16654.AInO Is
hereby given that '
I small Weeks
pox, and other :
things Turpentine
concerning : NW 4 of 8EV Ex. 4 A In Company, han filed with ) -PUBLIC
our children's health before SW' for A: K\;, of of me written request that the tax
less 8 6 A.. A WV r'EI.t SWVi certificate' ,. together with EDUCATION _;
entering schooL ,, NK<4 of SKVi all sub INSTITUTIC
Prompt Service at Wee 35 Tp. 7 H. K. 21 K, 70 Aor... sequent omitted or levied taxes held
Reasonable Prices The Ladles Aid Society asks all The taxes to be sold are .vldenc- by the State be advertised and sold BEER'S nation-wide
Let Me Estimate Your Job women who will to come and be ed represent by certificate unpaid No taxes 164 for of the 1932, and to provided the highest by Chapter bidder 1S296 for cash of the as a day make It possible for of the a million dollars to enforce the law. But they are rf\

with them next Tuesday at Mrs. 1931: to 1939 years I 1937 acts of the Legislature provide government to ating with
C. M. both Inclusive, amountIng the upon many things that would all enforcement officials wj,
RITCH R T Margrave's. to !S3.OS. following described real estate creue otherwise In- to it that the ng |
In the County everybody's taxes. laws have made are
of you
: )SKI of SWVi' of Bradford State of
NWVi Sec. In observed.
23 Tp. S H. R. 22 E.. 10 Acres. Florida, to-wlt: preserving this revenue for
The taxes to be sold are evidenc EVt, of NWVt A SWVi\ of NWVi the brewers the nation! May we send booklet di
Sec. recognize that i a
13 yon
FUNERAL ed Tp. 7 8. the ,
DIRECTOR by certificate No. 337 and R. 19 E., 120: Acres beer retailing of
776 The taxes must give -""-" of the
of ,
1930 to be offense
and 1933 sold are evidenc to J" "ing program bIndtI'
My Many Yean Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render represent unpaid taxes respectively for the. years and ed by certificate No. 6 of 1924, and It is not, of course the brewers'anyone' dustrvT T Address: United n .?
L EFFICIENT PROMPT 1934 to 19.19.: both Inclusive' represent unpaid taxes for the respond-.
and COURTEOUS SERVICE to $45.52.AL'4O amountInir 1913 to 19,19. both Inclusive, amount year Foundation, 19 East 40th St., New York.

MODERATE!: PRICESDeWTTT : I.ots 13: A 14 Ing to $50048. ofibthty "
Temples Add.. to Ktarke 21 ALSO: SRVi of NEV Sec. 14 ,
C. JONES 'MH.U.;.. lice 26 Tp. T S R. 19 ,;., 40 Acres. Tp. .. n be'eJeofmoderatjon F

lltark. Florida .. The taxes to be Hold are .."Iot.nc.d ed The taxes to be sold are evidenc *
by certificate No. {31 of 1930 by certificate No. 7 of 1914. and -:: := s
and represent unpaid :=' ;:: :::
represent unpaid taxes for the -- -
taxes for ----- '"
the years 1933 to 1939: both Inclusive, amount-y..araj ";.;, ;; iior.L .-, .- -"= I

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< John Arthur Torode
is around
Little Women are goingto Ho-HumSpring just
R.pOTt.nlIs Frank Robinson, Arch Our school library hasn't had a be quite the thing March 17. See Thcnwrlven"' the corner and all our high school

jr Emmet Perryman Edwards. sufficient amount of books to From all we can hear the Fashion Mrs. Bynum I'rrklntt girls are debating as to what color -
smith. Mary Banquet Will He Held March of Latent Styles To lie Modeled.
rhea. meet the state's Show is to be a big success. Saw Them outfit they want.
} Chars Flume requirement. This 24th In Woman's Clubhouse going Dance and Floor Show

and year by the appropriation of the Doshia, Edith, Juanita and Baas Doshla, Juanita Edith, and Also
County Board and by the paymentof I The assembly program of the Jnza spent Thursday In Jackson-
went on a sight seeing tour
EDITORIAL library fees by the students the Last high school given March S was ville and said they really had fun.
Thursday afternoon in assembly The fashion show! being sponsored -
Jacksonville last week.
through sponsored by grade eight A and I'll bet Jacksonville
school has been able to 164 enjoyed seeing -
buy the Junors gave the Sen- by the Little Women, to be
Their necks are still sore from was written and directed by Mrs. them, too.
SENIORS new books, both fiction and
WE non- iors their Invitations to the JaniorSenior held March 17, Is going to be the
Seniors who gradu- fiction. We are still short 600 Banquet. The Invita- looking at the high buildings, If Bynum Perkins. The unique fea- While strolling around the cam- keynote to this season's smartest

"'" f I we have been comingrd books in order to meet the require- tions were placed In balloons of I am not mistaken they were well ture of the program was the pus here at school you will notice fashions and styles The very

month and ments. The seniors donated the I different colors. These balloons escorted.We staging of the annual impersonation our girls prefer their own group.In latest In women's wearing apparel -

High for forward 12 years with money that they made from the were attached to a string and card are certainly glad to have of the members of the senior one group Gayle, Juanita, Enza, Is going to be modeled by

n looking Senior Play to the library fund. which class by eighth grade pupils. Edith, DoBhla, Jack, Sadie,
last two said, "If you believe this Betty Jo Webb back in school. Betty some of Starke's most attractive

xlety to these school educa- The library is steadily increasingand is full of air" just let It pop and When a senior is absent for a Mrs. Perkins was ably assistedby and Christine were having a real young ladles.

k our high hoping and with the cooperation of the see what's there." After all the couple of weeks everyone learns to Ralph Rhodes who presided at picnic. Our other group was After the fashion show, there

Se have been County Board, Teachers, and the balloons the assembly and did much towards Helen. Marion, Mary Clara and
ffor time that the were distributed, every- appreciate them-even the juniors. will be a dance in the club audi-
a long student body it will soon meet theState's making the program a suc- Ruth.
one burst his balloon at the same
extra features
would hurry Mrs. Perkins should be awardeda torium. Some of the -
graduation requirement.NEW time. A yell was then given for cess. As the skit was read each Grace Green was a picture of
But for some un- I blue ribbon for that splendid include a floor show and aninteresting
senior class
here member of the happiness
Juniors. Monday
it is ale METHOD she morning. We'll .
that chapel presented program.The
eason now had been taught by Mrs. Perkins, let
we aren't as anxious to In some Instances In the past The banquet is to be held March Thursday afternoon. One of the stood while an eight grade pupil you figure out why. entire club will be decorated

years when a graduate from Bradford 24, at the Woman's Club Edith and Enza were rather
we were. It seems begin- Sllcox boys is still blushing. slowly walked across the stage up- to represent a night club and this

.3 doesn't it, that after hav- High would enroll at the ning at 7:30: p. m. A dance will Spring Holidays are just around and impersonated him or her. The set about being voted lazy. Just scheme will be carried out throughout -
but University of Florida, he would be be given after the the so you think you're not girls forget
lives banquet by -
t nothing all our the corner. Some of the girls can students taking part in the pro- the evening.
laughed at. Why? Because the Little Women. All those who do it.
8 months
> for
school wait and do blame
this hardly you gram were as follows: Attractive invitations are being
when the college officials didn't believe he :not care to attend the dance may Doshla and Juanita look
very year them? Spring brings love and Powell impersonating very sent out to all the ladles In Starke,
to leave wejt had enough high school knowl- go to the show if they like. All George pretty In their new outfits. under
us Is
es for everything they say. impersonating also out of town. This
A. Z. Adkins Nina Bishop
graduationus edge to enter. But in the coming the Juniors and Seniors are look- -*-_-
to. After Gainesville has been seeing a Alma Murrhee, Julian the supervision of Miss Betty
some year or years he will be as wel- Ing forward to this great event
will go to college, good bit of our boys and girls for McRae Impersonating Char 1 e sPriest Elementary Echoes Stringfellow.
student from
come as .
any any
tie down on the farm, some the last week. Could it have been Doris Prevatt Impersonating Several of Jacksonville's leading

;et married, and the others high school. The reason for this SocietyMarzie the orchestra or the "just" the Donhla Smith, James Barurek FIFTH GRADE NIsIL'S firms have also cooperated with
schedules that
is the new we are
businesses of one kinder university they were Interestedin impersonating Doris Silcox Jim- Wanda ''Pearce has been sick and the club members by furnishing
the that
running, new courses are
But we will alwaysr : Howard spent the week- ? mie Grlffls Impersonating Harold we are glad that she Is back. clothes to be modeled.
offered and the next and most
Bradford High Schoolits end at Salt Springs. Helen Dowling seemed terribly Griffis, Idelle Jackson Impersonating We are studying now about This la indeed a date that every
Is The
important our faculty.
| parts Here, we have teachers of teach- John Chalker visited in Gainesville happy Monday morning. Who Irene Lewis, Richard Jackson South America In geography. We woman should mark on her social
are capable
teachers that I very fashion
of 17. The
faculty ing the subjects that they teach. Saturday wouldn't be when they could be impersonating Eddie Hartman, are going to study about Florida. .,calendar-March
done o'-
have I at eight
ja They promptly
had. begins
with "their all" the night before? Marjorie Rider Impersonating Loy- next.
They show interest in teaching and Gladys Starling spent Sundayin !
the ,
not only sent In
ft to teach us is the ree Phillips, Leslie Whitehead impersonating Our clock. Have you your
The banquet
Hawthorne. junior-senior room raised
tried to teach they like to help the students solve ; I fifty-one cents ?
!'s but also Jewett Fogg, L. C. reservation
school. The seniorsare the
talk of the
the different which I Stephen Foster Memorial
Green her
When we problems they Betty was guest of ,,.-.-----
from wrong. ----
J. B. Strick-
of that Sapp, Impersonating Fund.
encounter in school life. If truly proud junior
school we may a boy cousin in Lake Butler Sunday.
: from high class because they have been work- land, Irene Hazen Impersonating Picture of SeniorsTaken
or girl plans to enter college the are glad to have
at we know a lot, but we Edith Rowe, Enza Weaver, Etta Fae Dyal, Edward Brazte Im- Mary Alice
teachers will find out what the ing hard all year preparing for Yarborough back Hoover
after By
Someone said experience I Juanita Barefoot, Doshla Smith, the personating Inman Green, Ida being out I
big night.Youth of
requirements are for entering and school for several 1
and Everett
|greatest teacher. Every- McKinney speht Lulu Davis impersonating Lor- -

ms to agree with him, so help the student to arrange his Thursday in Jacksonville. raine Hartman, Richard Wood- Miss M. Morgan, teacher. Last Friday the Seniors had another -

So, after schedule to meet these require Crusade Rally Walter Dew, reporter. thrill of their lives.
._ he's right. Willie Mae Thornton spent Fri- ward impersonating Oliver Hutto, great

i a little more from exper- ments. day in Jacksonville. Opens 4-Year DriveNot Clarlse Thomas impersonating Sid- They hud their class picture tak-

Ire suppose we won't look ATHLETIC PROGRAM ney Griffis, Dorothy Mannie Im- FIFTH GRADE NE11'sJessie : en by J. C. Hoover.

j as dumb as we do now. Something our school has been JokesA so long ago several students personating Elaine Edwards, Cor- Maya Byrd's side, In our Just as everyone was In place,

cally all or us have played seeking for many years Is an from B. H. S., had the privilegeand I ban Graves impersonating Thomas spelling contest, won over Bernice the patient photographer would

"" at one time or another Athletic program. This year we !Mother's Duty honor of hearing two of the Lewis, Onle Mae Starling Im- Cooper's side by several see something that would Improvethe
had football team for the first
i were In grammar school, a The met the most prominent religious workersof personating Ella Mae Sapp, Ver- points. The losers gave us a party picture
five Football camel
time in
e or twice In high school years. the South speak In Ocala. They lIna Phillips impersonating Doris Friday afternoon. We had a Then the big moment
little boy on the street. Some- !
the students to take more
causes birdie! Evel'yonolooketl
ve paid for It dearly by about his halt- were Bishop Paul B. Kern and Rev. Silcox, Retha Geiger impersonating spelling match then a variety of Now watch the
interest In school. The teamwasn't thing appearance certain ob-
j "lines' or by being mildlyd Walter Towner. Bishop Kern Is Wllla Mae Thornton, Bobby' delicious sandwiches were nerved straight a
at first but at the ed her. "Little boy, haven't you Well
so good without batting an yet
lot of fun. McRae Vernon Sll with ice-cold Coca-Colas. ject
but it was a head of the Southern Methodistand Impersonating
home? she asked.
of the it developed intoa any riecond.
end season all in a
i last two months are going Rev. Towner Is director of cox, Buford McKinney Imperson- The losers were the best of that was
good one and defeated one of "Oh, yes'm. I've got a home. is looking forward toa
p of excitement for all the I Young Peoples Work In the ating James Kinchen, Comer Ferryman sports and did well to feed us Everyone
the best teams of its size in this "And loving parents? plcture-ellpeclally the
Phil- good
This month is the great Methodist Church. impersonating Ernest such a refreshing feed.
octal> of the year; the Jun- part of the state. We are gettinga "Yes'm." lips, and Kenneth Martin Imper- Menlors.
I About 1,000 people from We are beginning the seventh
new football field behind the "I'm afraid do not know young Several members of the Senior
or Banquet. Then Kid you the Gainesville District of the sonating Ernest Dowling Unit In history, "How The United
the -
school building-with shrubbery, absent when pictures
what affection really is. Do your were
Ihe first of Aprilthat'sII Methodist Church attended the States Moved Westward To The
bleachers, and lights for games at parents look after your moral were taken. Too bad theymissed
of) the dignified seniors Football RevivedIn Pacific."
opening of the Youth Crusade Ral-
night. This will also be used as welfare?" out In the fun.

I undignified. About a week a baseball diamond. With this ly in Ocala. Three Rallys were TournamentsWell _-. _e>-
school is out we have bac- "Yes'm. held all the South not for
we will be able to put football on over HI.XTII GRADE NKWH: Scrambled Names
jate which starts the beginour "Are they bringing you up to adults but for young people. The
business basis and make enough We the
have finished
a the boys of II. H. S. pull- studying
graduation, and then.t be a good and helpful citizen 1""Yes'm. Crusade
was planned by young
money for the team's equipmentand ed out their football shoes and British Isles and South Africa.
Important'day of our ." people and Is going to be carried Can you rearrange the
funds' for library and any dusted them off to start spring Our class gave sixty cents to
jhe day of graduation. ing scrambled letters lit) they
out The
"Will ask mother to by young people. purposeof
school. you your
other necessity for our practice. No heavy equipment the Stephen Foster Memorial fund.
r graduation ICs all over- come and hear me talk on 'When this Crusade Is to bring the spell the names of seven of our
in Miss Is reading UH "The
will be issued; the practice Kennedy ?
become alumni of the Old school teachers
i popular high
closer to God. The
Mother's to Her Young People
Does Duty
a "
football all tacklingand IJobbey Twins. She has just fin-
have enjoyed ours. But no just touch -
as we 1.NMWIRN00LY.
will have made waylew Crusade is to last for 4
Child Begin? at two o'clock next years. "
ished "The Call of The Wild.
matter in what fields we divide, blocking Is against the rules.
crop Monday afternoon In Lyceum This Is one time when the adults -
aside while they take the spirit of dear old Bradford and Hall?" will listen and the young Peopledo The practice is in the form of a Eva Todd brought some beautiful 3.TINJICIiASN0.

e. And we hope they will the things It stands for will always all the talking.Primary. tournament; there ore two leagues flowers this week. 4.IINUYItISKNEPM
I remain in our hearts.OLDSMOBILE'S "What's the matter with you to each Miss Lucille Kennedy, teacher SI
heir senior year as much with three teams league. 5. LAM D IS ILtLAN
Ma? Don't know me? I'm Garni Hutto, reporter
- I you The idea of this tournament la to W O Ii.6.LANDItBVFIVANBI.
your little boy." Jingles of "
introduce the football to some ::
t I .. .. _
u. << n."' "
i I the boys who have never met u UJI'/'tl'l. nlill i"l'Il'Iu.nHAROL I C II.

lie's Perfectly Right, TooA SECOND GRADE NEWS before. }) GR1FFIS I 7 LINOWDSOa.
Dickens and We are very much interested in -
I man comparing iR -
1'o.'I.ES Thackeray said: "It's In his won- Indians for we are reading about SCOUT N IWM

derful insight Into human nature them in our reader. We have The Boys Scouts of Troop 70 J

_ that Dickens gets the better of made an Indian Museum on our held Its regular weekly meetinglast

Thackeray; but on the other hand, reading table. In our Museum you Friday< night.In FLORIDA MOTOR LINES

shafts of satire will find bows and arrows, canoes,
.' it's the brilliant the month of February the

FREE f8f together with a keen sense of ,. wigwams Indian cradles, etc, troop had 93 per cent of the
made by our boys and girls. We
humor, that Dickeruy gets the pullover Scouts attending during the
have also designed Indian blank-
It's this
r rs Thackens. Just ; month.At .

Thlckeray is a humorist and Darkens ets. the opening ceremonies the ih

1tlflgNp0 S Is a satirist. But, after all, Kitty Hogsed, teacher Scouts had the Scout Oath, Laws,

R it's absurd to make any comparison THIRD GRADE NEWS and Pledge of Allegience to the

between Dackeray and Thick-
Kr Talc We were BO happy to be the Flag.As

ens. guests of the Women's Club at the the Scouts were wearing

uniforms the Senior Patrol Leader -
Genius State Farm last Tuesday afternoon -

Hotel Guest: "Is there an En- We put on our Colonial Enos Hayes had planned indoor

assn cyclopedia Britannia in the hotel Playlet, assisted by the Rhythm games.

?" Band from the Second grades. The After the games the Scoutmaster -

ladies served ice cream and of gave out warrants of office to

Clerk (with polite attention and course that made the trip complete Junior Assistant Scoutmaster F. S
regret): "There Is not, sir; but
Robinson; Senior Patrol Leader
what Is it you wish to know? Mrs. Biggs, teacher. Enos Hayes; and Junior Assistant

Senior Patrol Leader, Mike Dew. \

pseudonTD--I'erhaps MISS SKE-ALL The Scouts then went to their
t find out
Edith: "Couldn't you 10-W News patrol room to study. Each patrol

...r rte" what his name was when" the pro- Sadie received a new compactin has selected a subject to study. e 1 el
-- fessor called the roll? -'--,,
school for selling the most The Bat Patrol has Safety-the
Enza: "I did try to, but he chances at the festival. Mohican Patrol has Pioneering-

'liTER NATION- answered for four different perAren't Kenny is late nearly every the Panther Patrol baa First Aid a"'Trav. I

HDE PRIZE CONTEST NOW fWe sons" morning. Can there be a reason? and the Wolf Patrol has Nature. l <

Carlton and Kenneth like to ride While the Patrols were In their
want you to get better acquainted with the new Olds They, earth made during the noon hours. rooms the new recruits were
That's why Teacher: "What on Ferol likes to see the R O. T. C. Tend I
txty the
America's. newest low-priced car. write a paragraph like that?" taught requirements
you Gainesville boys parading. We
Pldsmobile Is nationwide contest March 1 "I it sir, erfoot.In .
staging a big John Arthur: quoted hope you had a nice time. which
clans of training
March 31 inclusive with 31 big Olds Sedans as prizes. Dickens." a
from lines, aren'tthey Melba likes to fuss with the lasts for three weeks five boys

A CAR A DAY GIVEN AWAV Teacher" : "Beautiful News staff because they never put finished UD their 3rd week of

? her news in. training and three more boys were 1 rates are down-and again Florida COMPARE

EVERY DAY IN MARCH fe Pansy seems to like Maxwell. starting their third week. Motor linea lead the entire field with new

Moving Picturesof Mr. Whittemore seems to like to : After the Patrol Meetings the I Ii low area throughout the South and to all these low fares

In and take trial drive.Learn about Olds'handling case, i tell a few little fish tales. Could America-lares and service that no other
to the Assem- !
feaures Students Taken i Scouts again came type of first clue transportation can match Jacksonville ___ 80
rformance extra-vision body, quality : it be because be has been fishing
Rhythmic Ride, bly room where the Panther Patrol Grand news for millions who plan acaSt Petersburg _. 3.05:

and new, low price.Then,611 out an Official Entry Blank -2, at 11:45: It so much? Leader Arch Thomas closed the,. tlon trip*-lor it means more miles for lea Tampa 250:
March ------ --
Ml entries must be made on the Official Blank to be eligible)and Thursday, all students to Donald and Robert seems to like meeting with the Pledge of Al money a far wider range of vacation at- Orlando 2.30actiens.
to with doiar.aav.d ----- --
was announced of the State Farm girls. Do more davs of pleasure
ell Oldsmobile Impressed you most.Wail some legience and the Scout Benedic- ___._ 8.60
In your own way just what smile as they went down stairs need help? by Florida Motor Line* While laces Key West _

your entry to Oldsmobile at Lansing Mich., and It will because they were taking moving you any tion.Following 90 down. service and convenience go up West Palm Beach 4.80

l considered to the date of all students and the the Benediction A..chblew with more frequent schedules in new Miami _____.__.- :5.60
for the day's prize corresponding pictures Who? Scout Meetingcame .
\l Its today I lDAL' You should have seen all Guess taps and the Zephyr buie Cincinnati11,30
postmark. No of so get busy faculty.
obligation, course, smiles as the pupils marchedout to a close.SCRAMBLE. Detroit .--.-..-.- 14.75. :
/// ;:'OR.o FICIAe. RULES at the front of the building. This Senior played football and .-ANSWERS- Beasley's Service StationLACY Chicago 15.15:

basketball and was very good in New York 14.15:
all the pictures ---
AND ENTRY BLANK The next made day of our school were both sports. He's popular with 1. Mrs Myrwln Long. CONWAY, Agent Atlanta ._ .__ :5.60

that were Admissionwas the boys as well as the girls. His 2. Mr.. Evelyn Stump. - -- -

shown on the screen.amusing to seethe six feet and 157 pounds are well 3. J. H. Atkinson.

lOc. It was proportioned. He has black hair 4. Mrs. Bynum Perkins.
B. H. S. Students find and brown eyes. Everybody likes :5. Mrs. Rosalind Williams.
TORODE CHEVROLET selves on the also screen.sketches shownof to hear him laugh. What is his 6. Mrs. Blanche Vandlvier.
There were
name? 7. Mrs. S. S. Dowllng.

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PAGE FOUR .. -- .--- --- -_ C-- _____ ._ _._ __ --- -- --. -. -. --- ,-- ----- 4 .
-' -- December aggregate
Foster Melodies I ,Judge Adkins Discusses AGED was announced $4.C

Delight AudienceA "The Three Laws"At FAVORITE UP largest amount pal I JUt'Nil!

.1j 3ocictr/JJ' delightfully musical eveningwas P.-T. A. Meeting released from theofficeof any slstance one month since the Pu
enjoyed at the school house Judge A. Z. Adkins choose "The RECIPESFrozen<::: the State Welfare Board show ed Total program paymenl was lhau

last Friday night when a groupof Three Laws" as his subject for that one of Bradford County's" during the same to. dR

talented singers and musicians an address at the regular meetingof most substantial payrolls Is that flounced as perioa

,u ... joined forces in a program featuring the Parent-Teachers Association Fruit Salad which its needy residents 65 yearsof $6,679.294.74
i aajt a i latiaji I the varied songs of that be- afternoon in in In -
+ Meeting Silver Tea last Thursday We've had several requests age or more receive monthly
I Baptist loved composer, Stephen Foster. the school auditorium. He spoke the last few days for Miss Kitty Old Age Assistance. JYPA C/ eck.Vp

Held Monday Afternoon Will Be GivenThe )I The entertainment was an event informally and explained the three Hogsed's recipe for frozen fruit 1937 when the _
The three Circles of the Baptist Woman's Missionary Society : in the local observance of Stephen laws that govern our lives: namely salad. If It's as good as it sounds State Between Welfare July Board was Inductedinto Several investigator. !romp!

Woman's Missionary Society of the Methodist Church will givea Foster Memorial Week during "The Federal Law" "The State (and we've heard it's even better). office, and December 31, 19- headquarters in JacksonvUllt

met Monday afternoon at 3OQ o'- silver tea Wednesday afternoon, which funds were sought for the Law," and "The Fireside Law" We know you'll be eager to try it. 38 the end of the last calendar in Starke Mondayreinvestigating and< Tu
clock. Special plans were made construction of a giant carillion that the last named law all
stating VVPA
3:39( to five 0'-
March 15, from : of cream Bradford County recipients c
by all for a pantry ahower for the on the banks of the Suwannee is by far the most important of 3 three-oz. packages year paidan both men and women to
Woman's Club build of Old Age Assistance were
clock at the their
pastorium next Wednesday March River near White Springs. all. cheese. eligibility to
t: 15. Members are asked to take ing. Proceeds from the tea will The Rev. I* A. Shepherd discussed Mrs. W. B. Sewell chairman of 1 cup mayonnaise aggregate Is in addition sum of to $56,987.70.This cash pay ed WPA assistance con

their gifts to Mrs. G. W. Alder tarn be used for local work. the life of Foster and the program presented Judge Adkins 1 pint whipping cream ments made to residents of the

1 on Tuesday. Following are the chairmen of composition of his songs and Col. to his audience. 1 cup diced bananas county in the form of Aid to the FLOWERS
stressed the l). E. Knight told of the economic
Also each circle committees: Program Children
the various The business session was presided Blind and Aid to Dependent
"Thank Offering" to be made toward benefits that this part of the state 1 cup diced oranges FoR
decorations over by the president Mrs. E. .
Mrs. E. K. Perryman;
'I the Building Fund. Eact would derive from the construction 1 small can of crushed pineapple OC-c.\SIOi!
K. and the minutes of !
; Invitations Ferryman Individual grants are limited to
member is asked to give one cent t Mrs. L. D. Vining; of such a tourist attractionnear read 1 cup marchino cherries IS A.'Y
previous meeting were
1 of month
1 at each meal and save It until I Miss Olive Ray; tea table Mrs. E. here. the Miss Madge Mid- Blend cheese and mayonnaise; a maximum 130.00 per DESIGNS rd
by secretary, and are in proportion to the need
!, June 1, when the offering bag I S. Matthews; refreshments Mrs. The heart warming melodies of dleton. add whipped cream and fruits of the applicant which is deter- I

will be collected. Sam Anderson. Foster were interpreted by a Place in tray of refrigerator and AI..o 11011'II\, \
The following officers were : mined by trained investigators in
Circle No. 1, Mrs. I* G. Powel]1 I -. variety of talent. Arch Thomas. freeze. Serve on crisp lettuce. ,1 WirtoditnYbocJ
elected for the ensuing year: the employ of the district welfare
( with Mrs. W. H. Per., Jr. played "Suwannee River" as a .\ !
leader met twelve.
4r W. C. T. U. Met President Mrs. E. K. Perryman; Serves or board.A .
kins and Mrs. Earl Searing. There I cornet solo and the same song was An3'Wbert 4
The W. C. T. U. met with the the general assemblyand Vice-president Mrs W. B. Sewell; constant Increase In the case For
were ten members present. sung by Any
I Circle No. 2, Mrs. H. L,. Brown- president Mrs. F. A. Scott last was further used as accom- Secretary Miss Madge ; load has resulted in a constantly Occasion
Mrs. H. C. Ritch Historian Tarts
Treasurer. ; Sand
r lee leader met with Mrs. L. O, Friday with seven members present paniment for a soft-shoe clog enlarged Old Age Assistance pay- MRS. N. D.
I was Mrs. T. T. Long; Parliamentarian And here's another recipe we'vebeen roll. Warrants received by Brad-
Hemingway and Mrs. Orie Wiggins ;: An interesting meeting dance by Joan Carpenter. Phone 102
with fourteen members pre held. The Union will meet with The Junior Boys' Choir sang the Mrs. George A. Ander- requested to publish. It istrnm ford County recipients for last

c sent. Two new members were I Mrs. J. T. Quigley today (Friday) catchy "Camptown Races" and although son.Mrs. .. Mm._ -TC.- -M\.-- Davis and is for,I -
Perkins' home
Bynum as
'- ,. welcomed Into Circle 2. at three o'clock. All interested several members of this Sand Tarts. They are
the for the at-
t4 won prize largest
Circle No.3. Mrs. H. L,. Hough L are invited to attend. group were absent those who tendance. pretty as they are good.

leader met with, Mrs. R. H. Con, were there made a good showing > 2 cups cake flour Maiden Form BrassieresThe

A ? at the State Farm. There were I The L. T. L. will meet with Mrs. under the direction of Mrs. A. E. 1V4 teaspoons baking powder
L. next Tuesday at Mrs. Carrier To Address '& cup butter
fourteen members two new members R. Kemp on /

and five visitors present. 3:30: o'clock.FLOWERS. Wall.The lesser known but plaintively Auxiliary. Members 1 cup sugar wearer knows how completely comfortable they an]

th. .:._ _._-_ ___ _._ _. _" .... .L ._._ ._...... beautiful "Come Where My Mrs.- -W.-- O.- carrier- or: reDDYFarm 1 1 egg white well beaten slightly beaten Designed for all figures TRY ONE'!
d to Japan egg
I6 former missionary -
Love Lies Dreaming" was givenas
and will give a travelogue on Japan 1 tablespoon sugar
a solo by John Powell a cinnamon .
on Tuesday afternoon at 3:30: teaspoon
I medley of three sprightly tunes

considers' "Old Dog Tray Susannah"" "Old Uncle Ned," o'clock the Ladles'at the Auxiliary regular of meeting the Pres-of 1 Sift lb. flour pecan once halves: measure add LARKWOOD HOSIERY adds a touch of glamourttj
"Oh were
and sung
Special attention given to promptness and by the Elementary Chorus directed byterian Church. Mrs. T. S. Williams : baking powder butter and sift again.add your appearance. All the New Spring Shades
Cream thoroughly;
+ economy. JMrs. by Mrs. A. E. Wall. will be hostess to the auxi-
1 and to-
liary at her home on North Cherry sugar gradually cream
L. G. PowellPhone The Junior Girls' Chorus delighted Street. gether until light and fluffy. Add .

the audience with "Beau- well beaten and flour. Chill.
123-J Mrs. O. E. Stansbury president,

9 ____. UenwsNEW ____'_._U.T ______________---- tiful Jeanie Dreamer"with the and "I Dream Brown of will preside over the business ses- Roll one-eighth of an inch thick Crisp, Dainty, Organdies
Light floured board. Cut
on. Pinks and Blues for the kiddies
Hair" in which Miss Dorothy Fax sion.All Brush
and friends of the with floured cookie cutter.
on took the solo part. This with egg white and skrlnkle with Also taffetas in luscious shades.
GOODS auxiliary are cordially invited to
group was also under the directionof hear Mrs. Carrier's talk. mixture of cinnamon and sugar. Little Sunsuits and Bonnets to match

I ARE ARRIVING DAILY AT Mrs. Wall. Arrange four or five pecan alveson Smart new Cinderellas Shirley Temples, Ferdinandthe
Mrs. L. A. Canova and Miss each cookie. Bake in a mod-
Book Club To Meet
Roberta Whitfield played "Oh erate oven for ten minutes. Makes Bull prints

ALEXANDER'SNEW Susannah" as a piano duet and Mrs. E. L. Biggs will review about eight dozen cookies. Let your child be the first to wear one -
"All This and Heaven Too" by A
the general assembly sang "Old -
Rachel Field at the meet-
Kentucky Home" "Old Black Joe" regular CARD OF THANKSWe
STORE Ing of the Book Club which will be
and "Massa's in the Cold Cold wish to sincerely thank all
held at the home of Judge and
Mrs. E. K. Perryman Tuesday of our kind friends for their many Individual flower arrangements economically priced |
; COMPLETE LINE Boy's Assorted New Mrs. H. C. Brown and Mrs. Can-
night at 7:30: o'clock. expressions of sympathy the beautiful -
; OF MEN'S DRESS PatternsTROUSERS ova acted as accompanists duringthe All those Interested In literatureare flowers and the Kind considerate -

1 evening.Dr. urged to attend. assistance during the recent CLAR-JEAN SHOPPE

DRESS SHIRTSSizes W. E. Middlet'on mayor of .- accident and death of our beloved

Starke and chairman of the local The Telegraph will pay you 5c husband and father. Phone 97 or 34

from 14 to 18 memorial drive acted as master a pound for old fttcrllzed cotton Mrs. Jennie Thornquest and

of ceremonies. He stated that a- rags. No button or pants wanted. family

$1.25 to $5.00 50cto98cNOFADE round $3() has been raised thus far

T locally to go toward the memorial



Methodist Circles .Have
i FOUR DAYS' MAKCH' 15, 16, 17, 18
; p' SHIRTS M y Profitable MeetingWhite ONE

spirea and blooming pot CARPENTER'SYOU

In new patterns. All sizes ted plants added to the cheerful / CEO! _
i atmosphere of Mrs. W. P. Smith's -
i from 14 to 18 ; home when she and Mrs. Sam C R UGS
Anderson were Joint hostesses V
Monday afternoon to Circle Num- Pack 200 Klenzo size Klenzo CocoanutOil 40*pack 100 Turetest <

$1.59 f rli ber One of the Woman's Mission- FACIAL TISSUES [ I II SHAMPOO ASPIRIN TABLETS POt1N0 PINIIN PAPER

i l f yl ary Society of the Methodist 41.4 1'".. Withenpusher""o'NPr'.. .. ,. With p.hm.. ...- ,- AINRN Wllh a.wr.
j r church. 21 2 1cr .. ..JI.'r h.re..M.N'prlN. .. (1 T men.IM 6nr
This shirt guaranteed not Shampoo wltli than( cocoanul oil product tablet of Pureteat A.publlc0 r.:=. ,
Miss Olive Ray circle chairman Eltra qualityI,tough, lint! .... Every -- wr
ad haiv* why lovely hair that *mmiration. .dS full relief. from i..rw ;:: ;:: "'.-
Excellent to remove c....... VMta ........ grains quick mu k""
t presided over the meeting which 14 ii; kind to the half, the discomfort of cold ,neuralgia A Itationery with the real quality Pn
to fade or shrink was opened with a short devotional rn>o place of".....kl..." the..aJpwooh..away" .loos dandruff muerul.nhe.nd""*..... ..'A" van"cr, your corru dente 7J(heela 50 envtlopnfr

conducted by Miss Kate Stru tho -.
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riw'A-f' THIS It SAL f WIDNl10Al

NEW LINE OF HATS AND CAPS I Taking Mrs. T.part J. on Griffin the program Mrs. J.were W. t ,_ fy KCamWLYADOOD WAY TO BUlffeXuTY $190 ,_' \_+ 1RXALL oN n TrodN pr+eJic+/, d+sir+ble
FOR MEN AND BOYSLadies' White and Miss Amelia Ray. a Keepst strAneoL.9eoL.HOT TOOTHPASTE lg9 f'' 6 AUTYti ei

i the business session it on.
During "
: Wee4l ,
50 was announced that the W. M. S. P'U Ji|| nrNpnnlna* 'matt? IR1
K tooth bright hpalck; : .A y
.; and Girl'sSLACKS DRESSES would give a silver tea at the Face Creams BOTTLE k and q rkluic.Pltu. !>",'owwdsr. ...** .

Woman's Club building, from 3:30: 1 /= ,tool S

to five o'clock Wednesday afternoon Wit" PUN"'" of w n.... RO1SDIl aReg.
Yes Ladies We Have I .. .... .
_ I March 15. All members of the N 100 p. With p.nh.rN.e.w.r..1'+1 SI 00 arieo. /9Jp p. ayji Medford -

; r Them Society were urged to attend, but Beauty become! moca economical vken you buy Keep tiuw reliable! hot vater bolllei handy. SQ S A1.I VC
l. them cttami at tha a aricet.. Chooie Iron Made of nrtt quality rubber thai will wlthWand \1 O
written invitations would be sent
All New Styles Plenty To Select From 1 I Cleaiulni Cream, Cold Cream, Finishing Cream, a lot 04 hard luaga.Tight-Biting Hopper prevent Rt ZOR I! E tPap Ott Jt$ Iu.hry atM./ .
to those who were not members of Tisane Cream. leakage. T,ka ed anl..e of thai ule price. *.., .arty, Rem w b.b,,, 9a
and Colors SILKS AND CREPES the Society. Proceeds from the w, : M this to.au.row fl ono.. !9N
-_ 491ulint i/.OOiA'fsirtRr'rtesf r.
tea will be used to pay for Improvements aKwW/ QnicM, dean. Inapoo.Ii .
Mi i 31 Solution ,.
$1.98 $4.95 at the parsonage. eluve4 3teIl NrwllN
59c Circle Number One was invitedby + ANTISEPTIC SOLUTION Cod Liver..., 0.111I k1 f aModcf "
$1.00 r w..ww
to cow c.
With :
pu"ooe N.r
} ;
10 o. LAMA
t AH New Up-To-Date the pastor to have charge of ....'" wan.1..S N._ 1'" .. ... gi.4.*a yon the mail- mQ 35/pIFEll/y U ay,
the mid-week service mum of the Vtfamlni I A and D0uh1.,10 COMPAQ' rf
prayer on .cti*. as C aieuth wrath,ohm diluted D ...ilabl. la the. beet c* Ike HOT- r = rQENZQ powder pen p,,, e _
March 15. and the circle chairman .Dually. with walvr., .. '
I W" Best and 700TH BRUSH jyo 1 lnemhWn ISM J
most complete line of Ladies' and appointed Mrs. Titus Olson as a,Felr '
t Children's leader for that occasion. SOpttrfsize Pu ret eft 25< pack 25 ; da??
Slippers and Oxfords
are now P).in orM rturtKhromFIRSTAIP
Mrs. E. L. Williams Invited the Rpl.c.wornbmth.
Rubbing Alcohol I I
on display-PRICES ARE VERY LOW circle to meet with her the first READYMADE It S ipeclal Price. ''

Monday in April. ':::'h p.-:::.. BANDAGES r'N

During the social half-hour, the 3S*.8oiIC 1) ., F"n. With. corm..... .. '! 75e pinllitt

J $ NEWSPRINGSUITS\ hostesses assisted by Mrs. A. W. I HARMONY Eajoy: the wnh ', quieting, 1Jo: ........... iiSep_ / 1xTjgPlt 4" Mineral Du pyt t TlreMdstttl
Anderson and Miss\. Struth. served Rum leelful edict of a rub down Keep can of theae bandagesin '' Fi'IStal4 O i Almond
I Bay with high-quality. Alcohol. It your b......In your cm.and -- Nalld to
__ strawberry short-cnke and coffee ... doee not Irritate the. akin. and In your...m"r -- A4heslveTa

_ to the eighteen members present. :i. Pi.....'Oda,. Stock upnow 'm..mp...d y ..Th.y'......, . -"i" "' trdnlyhufal lnbrfutba Her J o

-::n--0...r..w. far tumrner uN' vu.tuon..you quick ......._I r,'..'r.-. FOUBaby wiww Cu.nnin<
Circle Number Two was enter- tan eod Talc .1 Ct! WturnU doubt, 7 ,col"r ..,
X4W tained by Mrs. L. D. Vinlng and LIlia ",,,.... eahej Proleclon .,

If it's a new spring suit her home was made more attractive a FOR pOUnd
you I with decorations of azaleas fe w Hatty Laintlre :!.i loeq (y OLD"i1// t

__ would like to have correctly r and pansies g- a no 01"-.....,"'..... ,.OR srour\ WNh !,
a'u rN ... h-'
1 Mrs. A. Z. Adkins had charge of tayrrltN SnFYO/1Lr41y f it! kip, ,. b
fitted styled and tailored then BATTERY k. lb.S06 ,
the which quality kfn
program was opened ,,t_r.n.r., a FOR w;,w lookln d h, 6aeG
see our lines and have Mr. Hat- with a devotional service by Mrs. Pack OneDoen .:..,: ,, Zinc Ulcarutg 2' 6eTb.. w IOC sie fragrant
Frank Robinson. --J-d"r new batterie* B
Taking part on ou f

's, \ field do the job. the program were Mrs. Carrie $ RNITARY' face rOW Toilet"I.uadin +pF'qe make drpandablaflaihhgnta.. [r quet wt, wRrmNee Soap ,r t ?

Rltch Mrs. L. F. Smith. Mrs. L. KIN S -IY _-

A large variety to select from I C. Ray. and Mrs. A. Wood. NAP.. :--::-- 3.4 ii C millir
MJk 76
Mrs. .
Pearl Simpson circle chairman wr tt11R that. .Ia. IMfOHTtO tin 4 N th..kn, tt.barb
.. p.wda 35
in all G --.d'ac.. C
\ price ranges. presided over the business ..,1.at.. NvypwtMb y;; nM. rJ.wmy w.d..w a FOR OLIVE OIL Brush sire tube :-- -
session. Plans were discussed for a.,thsIS tb. .ppe.L _
.t .dd"" .b"2 tie
., .llO" .....,..- w awn .... 2 less S"havin9&am
We Guarantee Satisfaction a financial project for Circle Two. .. a 'P.,It,,,,,ar'110 wll" ,:,, .. for4 2i
1fOC1a1-- aha Red.b a FOB 'nMy
q Aluy
-dol. N ,
Whigham was welcomed ... .10& w.,. '
1 as plr", wIU Hot Water Dottle file>> Stank up tic wlad TA cy a sN Mn
a new member. The circle was In- .vrrn mar wer b o Aart,
Trade At ALEXANDER'S and SaveR vited to meet with Mrs. L. A. I .

Davis the first Monday in April.At .
the close of the business session II I IIIRADFORD 890 pack 50 Puretect 18dr9 ttils coupon end 39Ctn get

Mrs. Vining. assisted by Mrs.. II I HALIUT LIVER OIL13r'e .39asretubetRezal/Mil.Yof I Delicious.Fres6Largesize


Mrs. Adkins, served Iced A Tkl. !lotto,
tea anda 1 ,RM WM.rMw.w s..p.a sboald I.bau. durm5 the. On. Cent beN end r e an. ,.
salad course the St. Patrick 1/ a m.. N. tba pm.nt.e b.ra.a al, oar star. AR I I blbm, of tooth put. ear only doe A (wiped 70 c.. I 1 l

B. E. HATFIELD color motif being carried out in the e A.Vr 1 q.d.mnabN,,, nr.-------?17 during am A//rlrt"/ale. 1 rbok A teams, N ear Ibe'. Nab up whb year i
Mgr. --
--------- +re------ 7+e. wbeaww candy
refreshments There were eighteen ---- SASS VAIO. OF 000PON i tO OF ONR c.Nl 1 le'4 Tb. ,,c p y.* sot. wary
Nw 7p.
t + 4
'On rl
Im .M Y .
1' 6t III,; guests present. R e e fTTT: t._ e ,



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-' i I j Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews I Mrs. W. G. Reid, Mrs. William I II He was later treasurer and half New B ;'li8tPre; i ; "I ducted services here- several- -weeks---

I and Mr and Mrs. ET1 L. Matthews i Lemen, Mrs. Herman Tllley Mrs. owner of a manufacturing plant I and favorably
ago very Impressedthe
The First It
visited the Ravine Gardens In ''Cliff Geiger Miss Miriam Stubbs. which was later sold to the Otis
Bits of : Palatka Sunday afternoon. and Miss Gertrude Heering, all of Elevator Co. He was next: to the announced yesterday, has called a members of the church He
I I'Green Cove Springs were shop- last survivor of building com- new pastor, the Rev. A. K. LI ht- cornea highly fhecommended. The
I Charles Keller of Del Rio Texas -.ping here Monday. mittee for the $75,000 PresbyterIan foot, formerly pastor of the First new pastor will arrive next week
I arrived here Sunday for a visit Church in Peru, Ind. For a with his wife and daughter and
Baptist Church of Blount town, in
LDCaI Nev I with his relatives, Mrs. E. R. Williamson Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Cleve- number of years he owned and will move into the parsonage on
and Mrs. Mike Dew. land Driggers will be interestedto operated the Park Theatre in West Florida. Mr. Light foot con- Walnut Street.

AND learn that they moved this Chicago. It was when he sold this -
CONCERNING OUR I Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton week to an apartment at the homeof business that he decided to come
OF TilE COUNTY ANn TOWN I and Miss Madge Middleton spent Mrs. J. H. Lord. to Florida.
PROGRESS 1 Sunday afternoon in Jacksonville Mr. Young is survived by his

I' with Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Middle- Miss Ruth Sternberg, Mitts Ruth. widow, Mr. Jeannette Young, anda ANNOUNCINGNEW (;
f ton Rowe, Miss Lillian Sternberg, and son, Theodore Young, both of
i Mr. and Mrs. Alan Sanders spent Starke. Also surviving are a sister -
t spent Friday :Mr. and Mrs. L. A Canova and Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Keen and cot- DAILY BUS SERVICE
Edith Rowe I the week-end at the Sternberg Mrs. Clara A. Cady of Three
acksonvtlleQ sa son. Levy, spent Monday after- Children, Velvehree and J. W., tage on Kingsley Lake. Rivers, Mich., three nephews and
noon in Jacksonville. were guests Sunday of Mr. Keen's many cousins in the north. Leaving 5:50 p. m. For
La Marion Dowling spent Wed- mother, Mrs. J. W. Keen, in Cal- Mrs. Sam Anderson, Mrs. Hogan Funeral services were held at 3
in Gainesville.re Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Hall and lahan. Smith, and Mrs. W. E. Middleton o'clock Thursday afternoon from
foay children of Lowell were visiting spent Tuesday in Jacksonville.Mrs. the Presbyterian Church, of which RAIFORD BRANFORD
Tattle Stllley spent the friends here Wednesday. I Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Yokum, Middleton remained for a he was an officer at the time of LAKE BUTLER MAYO
; k-end In Jacksonville visiting Mrs. A. H. Kirby and Wilbur Alvarez longer visit with relatives. his death. Mrs. E. M. Davis, at
Itlveu. Mrs. H. A. Lawson and children, | of Jacksonville, were guests the organ, and Mrs. K. G. Duncan, FORT WHITE PERRY
WI -- Julia, Agnes, and Alton, spent I Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Errol l lI Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Darby of at the piano, played together the AND TALLAHASSEE t
C E. Johns and Miss Geor- Tuesday In Campville. Alvarez. Macon. Ga., and Mrs. A. H. Bank- following numbers: "The Last
rs.Haynes spent Monday In I ston of Savannah, Ga., were Hope" (Gottschalk), "By the Wat- _____-- i iA----
esvlUe Mr. and Mrs. L D. Vining and Miss Mable Reddish and Joe guests Friday of Mr. and Mrs. T. era of Mlnnetonkha" (Lieurance),
Mrs. and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter Braden, of Jacksonville, were J. Griffin and Mrs. Carrie Rltch. and "My Jesus As Thou Wilt" NEW MODERN BUSESFor
,. 1'8. 0 L. Haynes and Miss spent Sunday in Fernandina. I week-end guests of :Mr. and Mrs. (Von Wiever) Dr. C. C. Adams of
e Haynes spent Tuesday in Errol Alvarez and Miss Virginia Mrs. A. D. Williamson left Mon- Penny Farms, who haa suppliedthe Speed and Comfort, Ride The Bus
ksonvllle! Miss Lubedia Plnholster of Alvarez. day for a visit in Green Cove church for several months, of-
Brooker was the guest Wednes- Springs before returning to her ficiated, and arrangements were
fli38 Virginia *ugaie' spent the i day of Mrs. A. E. McKinney. The Rev. and Mrs. Laurie G.1 home In Bradenton after spendingsome in charge of DeWitt C. Jones Interment FLORIDA MOTOR LINESLACY L
in Jacksonville with Missie Ray and children of Jacksonville, time here as the guest of Mr. was in Crosby Lake Cem ,
| Mrs. Julia Eastman spent sever- were guests today of his parents and Mrs. H. A. Bishop! etery. CONWAY, Agent
Fugatere al days this week in Lake Butler Mr.
and Mrs L. C. Ray, and other Pall bearers were EJ. M. Davis, Phone 60
of Jacksonwas with Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Register. relatives.Mr. Phillip Manaasa, John Powers,
R Tarratus C. A. Knight, R. F. Clark, J. C.
"I the guest Sunday of I and Phillip Scales, students at Hoover, C. A, Futch, and C. F
Mike Dew Mrs H. A. Bishop, Miss Har- and Mrs. William A. Wooden Oglethorpe ..University, Atlanta, Ward.
riet Bishop, and Mrs. A. D. Williamson and party of Towanda, Pa., en Ga., will spend this week-end here --+
spent Monday in Jack- route from St. Petersburg, were of mother, Mrs.
r and Mrs. J. F. Colley spent as guests Phillip's Power To Shut Off
lay in Newberry and Wlllis- sonville. guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. I. Manassa. R. F. Clark, superintendent of J. M. ALVAREZ -- Est. 1894"The
'[visiting relatives.r F. Demorest. the City Light & Water Plant, an- 1
Miss Gertrude Heering of Green Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Dinkins and nounces that power will be shut :
and Mrs. W. P. Smith andF Cove Springs was the guest Tues Miss Harriet Bishop has returned daughter, Joan, visited the Ravine off at 6:30: Sunday morning for Dependable Storer"SUITS
W Varnedoe spent Sat- day night of Mr. and Mrs. Ed- to Lakeland to resume her Gardens Palatka Sunday afternoon approximately on hour. The shut -
ward Burns studies at Southern College afterfirumHIncr They were accompanied by down ia made the $14.95 DRESS SHOES
| in Jacksonville. .. necessary by
ay ----- -J:''"-'"'' aauovnl. ._. riatra--Jg .hai. ,>n with .HjTvci....... .f..*. f i4 tltna... "nit si U .Titian'U Doli y installation.n .. .. or new cross arms on
Mrs. F. W. Varnedoe of Palatka I her parents.Mr. Dinkins of Lawtey.Mr. main poles at the plant. I SUITS $16.50SUITS$17.50 Composition and Leather
I spent several days here last week Soles
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. H. N. Shaffer and Mrs. R. L. Epperson ;
W. P. Smith. who live near Hawthorne, were and two children, Betty and Ray, $1.79 to $5.00 '
here Tuesday attending the funeral of Jacksonville were guests Sun
I Mrs. Stanley Bennett of Jack- of their old friend, Ernest day of Mrs. W. J. Epperson and fJreys; Hues Greens"", Black Tans. mack and
sonville spent several days here Thornquest.Miss Mr. and Mrs. George A. Anderson. Itrowns Whites Tan and Whites
with Mr. Bennett and Mr. and 11 i i a. f Whites
Mrs. G. H. Bennett. June Smith will leave Sat- se !Made Ily "Sewell"

urday for Washington, D. C., Miss Frances Peek was the Tailor !Made $22.00 up
a Mrs. Vernon Rowe and children after spending some time here week-end guest of her uncle and Provides BOYS' WORK
Jimmy and Gayle, of Jacksonvillewere with her father, Junius N. Smith, aunt, Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt C. CLOTHESCoveralls
week-end guests of Misses and Mrs. Smith. Jones, in Gainesville While there CASH-In event of accident. WORK SUITS
exceed $114,000,000 Ruth and Edith Rowe. '-- she attended the Military Week- CASH-In event of IIIn....
Shirts and Pants ._ 49c
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Canova and end functions. CASH-To pay hospital bills. to
ore than $466,000,000 insurance Miss Mina Manassa left Fridayfor daughters, Mary Anne and Caro- CASH-To pay doctor bills. Match Pants 43c up
la forcer Washington, D. C., to visit her lyn, of Gainesville were guests Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Long, CASH-or a monthly incomefor Shirts 45c
brother-in-law and sister, Major Sunday of Mr. Canova's mother, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Wall life at retirement. (Sanforized) .. up
than 90 per cent of the 550 and Mrs. G. C. Irwin. Mrs. E. E. Canova. of Tallahassee were week-end CASH-Or a monthly income llluo Denims $2.15 per suit Shoes _.___ $1.89 up
for loved in
American Life Insurance companies guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. event your of prematuredeath. ones Hong Kongs$ $2.15 per suit
Ray Bevill, of Waldo, is working Dr. and Mrs Herbert Douglasand Mundy at their summer cottage on .
Reliance life has paid more than 123 at the depot In the place of Fred I son of Washington, D. C., en Santa Fe Lake. You pay for Perfect Protection Tan Coverts $1.48 per suit Most Complete Line ,
million dollars
l to policyholders Carlton, who Is confined to his route from Miami, were guests whether you own it or not- Green; Tan and Blue Her of Dress
and beneficiaries since Caps

organization I
1903.. home because of illness. Sunday and Monday of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Howell of Oluatee was Send DAYNOWllAno for complete details TO ringbone (Sanforized)
Mrs. L. M. Jones. the guest Tuesday of Aliases Ruth $2.35 a suit SEE THEM
Mr, and Mrs. R. F. Demorestand and Edith.Rowe She was accom- .
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LUiOLD C, Agency -- c I.)) C.1.1. Agency:
Ona Demorest'spent the week- Mrs A. C. Durdfen of Tampa panied home by MIss Ruth Rowe
cHance Life of Insurance Plttsburg Cornypany end In Orlando as guests of Mr. spent several days here last week who will make a week's visit in Reliance Ufo Invuraiice Com II I SEE OUR WORK SHOES I.I
and Mrs. J. C. Robinson. with her son-in-law and daughter, OlUBtee and Jacksonville with relatives. pany of PitUburg

Mr. and Mrs 0 L. Beasley and ..
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Mrs. J. W Kincald She was accompanied = J
NAT SEZ: buck 10 Tampa Sun-II II Mrs. W. J. Griffin and Mrs I.
x day by Mrs Beuhley and Mrs. Kin B. Dinkins of Bushnell are guests VK"KTAIJLK C'OOIUNO ?
In every walk of life you'll meet caid Mrs Bensley remained for of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin McKinney.

follows who Rot started In the I a longer visit with her parents They all spent Sunday in.Palatka Tip Top Grocery OIL
bwIiJU'fis.'ou'll -
i wrong line of I with Mrs. Dinkins' and Mr. Mc-
$ % find doctors, lawyer and meitlianfa r -- Kinney's brother-in-law and slater, Gal. 72c
who can't make a go of it J. Millicnn. _
_, Mr. and :Mrs. G.
fl Ixtcause. they belong In some other AND MARKET __ : _
line of eiideu\or. Since we started and -
Mrs Will Dishlnger daughter BENT: UIIITI-:
rehearsing our minstrel. I have Shirley, of Jacksonville spent I SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY
made the startling discovery that Sunday here with Mrs. Dlshinger's BACON
right here in our own community, mother, Mrs. W. T. Dowty. They Eiu'li
we have business men, woo have BE were accompanied back to Jack FKHSII: round Pound 12'/c'

inNseil their calling. Movie SURIi sonville by Mrs. Dowty who will TOMATOES 7J/9C CELERY 5c
scouts, please. take notice. visit them for several days. h
lots :n Starke on

THEY'LL Cf iO Elsa ,, part.Lafayette These Si lots Will In sell good all location or- Mr.as and guests Mrs. Sunday W. L.Mr.Andrewshad and No. 1 Irish Potatoes, 10 Ibs.20c

James Mrs. C. D. Addison and son, Low-
to be sold cheap.

I Lamb, Starke 3-10--2tp L.ell,W.of Hallbrook Jacksonville and, Mr.son and, Merrill Mrs., Armours Star Tripe No. 2 Can 19c 2 Pound 19c

AZALEAS Genuine Indian For of Gainesville, and Mr. and Mrs. ,
mosa, deep lavendar, a fast T. C. Chastain of Hampton.Mr. BENT' SMOKED

s. grower$2 doz,; 8 12 in.in. $1.50$3 doz.doz.f.;o.10 b.-In. and Mrs. Milton Brownleeof Grape Juice 23c |G. Fruit Juice 5c BACONPound

Belvedere Azalea Gardens & Gainesville\ spent the week-end

Nursery, Earlton, Fla., P. O. here with Mr. Brownlee's parents, 15c
Waldo Fla. 3-10-4tp Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee.
j t tf frame They were accompanied home by I Dar !old Milk 2 Tall Cans lie
FOR SALE Two-story their small daughter, Catherine, HOME CURED
:) house, six rooms, screened porch who spent several days here last
L1'_ +l and bath on South Thompson week with her grandparents.Mr. PEANUT BUTTEK Oil HAMSPound
'( Street near Gulf Bulk Plant. A-

,:fir. bout three acres of land and and Mrs. W. W. Page and Salad Dressing Quart Jar 20c 22c
trees. Terms can be ,
1etersSHOES good peacan sons Billy and Martin, of Lake
Better In"; \;. tr.,,4 arranged. See Mrs. Jennie Thorn- City, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Ed-
quest. ltp wards and daughter Fredrlcka, Country Kist Peas or Corn 3 for 25c HOME CUKKD:

FOR RENT Furnished and un- Mr. and. Mrs Frank G. Bauknightand ,
decorated daughter. Jane Merrill, all SHOULDERPound
furnished, Mrs.apartments S. F. Hamrick, S. of Jacksonville\ were guests last Tomatoes No. 2 Size Cans 6c
Walnut Street. Itp week-end of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. 20c
O4 SPRING and SUMMERYou Struth and Miss Kate Struth.
OR STRAYED head Of .------
will love the*. dainty styles on your littU loti-In LOST stock cattle. Colors: red H. H. YOUNG Red Top Coffee Pound 15c BULK CIDER

attractive summery pat- brindle, frosty, red-side, and ,
t.rnfor coolness-fitted i white-back. Marked, swallow DIED TUESDAY VINEGARGallon I
corr.ctly-Iow In cot fork one ear. swallow fork and CHANT 3 For TIP TOP Pound

6 upper bit in other ear. Old for II.the H. past Young seventeen, resident years of Starke, died lOc COFFEE 20c 20c

brand R.R.S.P.Johns. new,brand Lake 30.Butler Notify -, Tuesday night at his residence P & G Soap

Fla., and receive deward. ltp here on Cherry Street. He wag WISCONSINCHEESE
eighty-two years of age.
FOR SALE-Best offer gets Iota Born in. DeKalb County near TIP TOP MARKET a
11 and 12 Temple's addition to Auburn, Ind., on September 13, ,
Starke. Mrs. P. E. Bailey, Camilla 1856, he entered business life whena PICKLED Each I'. G. SMOKED Pound Pound 17c
Ga. 2-21 4tp young man aa an express messenger -
of the Rock Island Rail PIGS FEET
WANTED Starke Stave Mill 'iMEATY
f 1F road, later accepting agencies in COUNTRY ROLL
Pound {
and In the Found FANCY
in operation
Is now
Indiana and Kalamazoo, Mich.
market for stave blocks Stave and His last position in connectionwith RIB STEW 12 c BUTTER 31c BUTTER
heading blocks. Starke
the express business was aa
Mill. W. P. Smith. 3-3 2t IUU-\KI"\ST !SQUARES: FANCY DRESSEI; ) found
claim adjuster for the Dominion I Pound 30c
$1.25 up WANTED Man for Rawleigh Express Company of Chicago III. BACON 18c HENS 21c
Route In Bradford, Union, Put- Although always fascinated by j, .
Counties. Permanent If tbe railroad business Mr. Young GROUND Peanut 100 Pounds I'er 100 Pounds WHOLE OH AIXRICE _

you nam are a hustler. Sales way up had varied qualifications and interests HAY $1.05 SNAP CORN $1.05
this year. For particulars write being a natural chemist I 1
Rawlelgh'a, Dept. FAC-223-103V and an expert accountant. The Per 100 Pounds SWEET 100 Pounds
Memphis, Term., or see E. C. fact that he was born on a farm CORN $1.35 FEED $1.65 5 Pounds 17cT
Vaughan Green Cove Spring, led him to purchase and operate a
Fin. 4tp 3-11 160-acre fruit farm In :Michigan.

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FARMERS SECTIONNOTES Try For Share of LIVE STATE NEWS V. Hallandale-Palmoulst's truck.Bird crop betne,e. n t

Lettuce Market erably. set out re til.
OF INTEREST TO BRADFORD GROWERSHousehold WashingtonSouthern States I FLORIDA FACTS IN SHORT PARAGRAPIIS balloons as scarecrows .tjaPit;

.l'' won a first round victory In the Bradenton-Florida is ready fora came_ !Investigate. the Tlteb bah.. .
comeback In Its lettuce with peCKeu a. -' l
AGRICULTURE AS WAY Commissionin war 'U.uoom
7I1I1t'fo..fhA California Arizona. off flew
their fight for lower freight Ocala-"Tarzan In Exile" Is the Talla.hassee--State Superintendent Very few have '!
STABLE FARMING: This region used to ship thous- come back
,, = rates to Northern markets. title of a movie now being madeat Colin English urged school Palmqulst. It)ft
ands of cars of lettuce-but it was
During the past quarter of a Commissioner William E. Lee the old loose-headed Boston varie- Silver Springs with MGM'sJohnny officials and teachers to make .._____?._
MORE FOOD REMINDERSBy and Examiner Michael T. Corcoran Wetsmuller playing the plans to attend the annual conBANDITS
When the firm
has shown ty. crisp-headed ROB
agriculture a
Isabelle S. Thursby reported to the commissionthat part of Tarzan. Shooting of the vention of the Florida Education ROTE,;L

Extension Economist In Food strong tendency to move away rates on 13 commodity groups Iceberg California variety and Arizona, grown largely came Intowidespread In new film began this week. Association to be held In Tampa of Miami them Beach-Six bandits trq t

l Conservation from its original concept of beinga were "unduly prejudicial" to 15 on March 16th 17th, and 18th. armed with submach
popularity years and the lean
guns others
of life and to closerto Southern points "to the SOON "This annual meeting has become With I
Rhubarb from the Kverglades; way move producing ago, the local lettuce Industry MUSIC FESTIVAL held the plMoll
t up
r The best way to COOK this dellcl- the Idea of it being a way to extent such rates are upon levels faded. Even Manatee County Tampa, The annual Florida Institution of priceless value to Hotel In Miami exclusive Beach Black,"'III:
I higher than at present In effect on School Music Festival will the state," English said. "It Is the and eoctpy
oua substitute for fruit Is to bakeit. make money. growers found they had to stock High with loot estimated
like articles within the North." the California product be held in Tampa April 2021. It point from which the light of new at betty
Cut the stalks Into a casserole Down through the centuries ag- $150,000 and $200,000.
up and new inspirations The
75 clubs, 15 conceptions I
Furthermore the report said Is expected that glee Iool
?, (do not peel) sprinkle generously riculture was thought of as a way there was no substantial argu- Hampered by their warm cli- orchestras and 500( soloists will at- (is reflected by ten thousand teachers consisting of money and j ie!!IVe"
of life-a way for those who tiled mate, growers in Manatee, Sarasota was taken from 12 of
with sugar, cover, let ment why the rate level for a giv- and few other Florida let- tend, representing schools from all Into the lives of growing hotel the 1(0(
t the soil to produce food and clothIng a children." safety deposit boxes
stand a short time until sugar and other necessities for themselves en commodity shipped from a tuce belt counties had about given sections of the state.COMING were reserved for guests' WIlJQ

h starts melting, then set In oven and their families and to do Southern to a Northern point up hope of competing again in the WANT RACING CUT hotel. ot b
y .d bake 20( minutes until it II should be higher than the level of lettuce market. But seed TO LIFE
., at or a bit of trading row and then with now Tallahassee Retail merchants -------.-
4 rates between two Northern of Flor- -- -
points OrlandoRepubllcane
J tender. It should retainIts breeders have
becomes comparably small surpluses for perfected a new
of distance. ida have been asked to gather In communities wherein horse and COLD CUTS
fresh pink or green color. Eat "extras." equal firm crisp head of lettuce they I POTATOES

I i _wun....L 0.un"u.___" a..u__.. o..h".'''''''_'', ....a.GII .14. _u,_ "But \I ........... ._..._".....'. ._. _uu ......I.....,..h. .."... _. k""''...... I ._.a.t.u .flu....." S"V.___.._.. ......_.n__, .u.u__.. <_:VI1IP"L"____._ here XTnrnVi- -: -25> for an "unofficial" doer tracks are operating are band- ----0 HaRtln"-F.dhn..t_ __..u._._.:. v._
now, says Dean Harold said rates statewide conference.: E. E. Cal- Ing together to support bills prQper cent general cut In paWo
without cream.Strawberries.. Hume of the of Florida were "unduly prejudi- with other areas. The hope of the
University viding for a five-day racing week
cial" stoves stone I laway, republican candidate {for' crop from frost damage
s Strawberriesare College of Agriculture, "many of were: plumb- Florida growers is soaring. in Florida. Agitation for this were mad,
II still fruit of the month, next our farmers have gotten away ers' goods, cast Iron pipe filings, Approximately 400 acres of the governor in 1936 issued the call of legislation began in the by field experts following a 811I.
cast iron service boxes Iron body to prepare for a "militant cam- type vey of the potato section
new head is being harvested in
;1 to citrus. To many, fresh straw- from the concept of agriculture as Miami area and has spread to all Flag
valves, fire hydrants brass pipe Manatee County alone. paign in 1940.( county escaped lighter than
berries are a special treat and a way of life and are bending their other racing centers. The bills s
fittings, brass cocks and valves Johns and Putnam
areas. it
have been sweet
they unusually efforts to make money. Without would eliminate races on Mondays 1111
and talc, excelsior, A ROUSE A DAY stated, where some fields
Nt ( and delicious this season :serve safeguarding themselves and their soapstone Three ArrestedFor on the theory that the eliminated suffers(
f Fort Lauderdale More than 30(
papeteries (paper goods), and a per cent loss. The
them often as "just strawberries families from of general
a day want
by would chance
day give patrons a
Basa one new residence was built here
6 chinaware. The report also label- Selling average, however, was
in combination with sliced cit placed
or producing as of their a
u many neces- to the stores.
ed the rates on most of these ar- for each day of 1938, and a total patronize Length about 20 per cent. This, how
and bananas.
rus sities possible, they plunge vig- In Clay w
County of the racing season would be
ticles "unreasonable." Excepted expenditure of more than $&,000.- exmay result in an actual
i As eggs are plentiful try this orously Into a restricted crop pro- "" tended accordingly. bevel!(
from the "unreasonable" label 000( was spent for residential and it was pointed out,
H it decidedly different version of gram whence they hope to make Three Green Cove Springs men, commercial buildings port deve- resulting fe
were plumbers' goods, excelsior, Improved marketing
strawberry pie. For it you'll need large sums of money and thus be papeterlea and chinawear. George McCracken, Frank Dan- lopment, roads county and other NEW CANE VARIETIES when the is condition
crop harvested
uiI a 9-inch baked pie shell, 4 egg produce but which .daytnyld| iels and J. T Mitchell were arrested i construction for last year Clewis ton The discovery of
ill whites, 1-2 cupful of sugar, 1-2 able to buy the things they don't The Northern, or "official" rate Just beyond Orange Park, by .- I new varieties of sugar cane giving +- _

it teaspoonful of baking powder, 1-4 produce but which they could pro- territory is bounded roughly on State Game Wardens W. B. Lucas, PLAYS WITH : I IY a better production balance CANAL BOOSTERS CIIEEBirnl.t..rtt

., tannnnnnful. Hull. -.. and 1 teaspoonful ''dUA"----. rThat the South by the Ohio and Potomac w.n. n_. T.rnnw_ _.._. __,. _Anti u_ ."t4a.l.__ r._rw.., v.T.., uaucue--.aunty_o.tt_ n" ___GUNPOWDERe. ,"""UISLLlLLI, ".v.\ \.-pn..hl..ti------ th....-. TTnlt..1- .._ _tnt. ._a "" .-.".'..A._.. ..--.. ......-_'_---.awe A....,,..ft.ftft et_..UIt.
Rivers and the West the
of vanilla. great quantities of farm River.on honorary warden for transportingand received severe burns about the I Corporation to reach the highest Cross-State! canal project hett

For "fluff" for topping, you'll products must be produced to pro- Mississippi selling black bass. face and eyes when he lighted a average yield this year In the history have been tremendously chwrri

I need 1 egg white, 1 cupful of On certain other commodities, Mr. Lucas, who had known for small tin of gunpowder at his of Florida. On February lately by the encouraging report

sugar 1 cupful of crushed strawberries vide food and clothing for the ur- the report said "the rates assail some time that the fish were be- home to "see if it would burn" 4, the ninety-fourth day of the pre- from Washington where the Houn

) and more berries, sliced ban population of the nation is I. ed are not shown to be unlawful." ing sold by the three men, had Physicians at a Fort Myers hospital sent season a new all-time recordof Rivers and Harbors Commute

F B arid sugared. readily recognized by Dr. Hume, These were hollow ware (cast Iron been unable to catch them with said the youngster might 5,519 tons of cane went through has been holding hearings on tilt

H Beat egg whites stiff; then gradually but he also reminds us that the skillets, pots and pans) fireplace the goods until last week when he lose the sight of both eyes. the crushers, and most of the waterway. Of particular Intern

M1, H add sugar, baking powder, farmer's first and foremost aim fixtures, electrical appliances, learned that McCracken had a heavybarreled cane is yet to be was the unqualified endorsemer:

1t and salt, beating constantly. When should be to provide for himself boots and shoes, metal furniture, load of fish he wished to disposeof. STOVE EXI'LODESQuincyAn cut. The old type of cane matured given the project by Maj. Cent E

very stiff, fold in the vanilla, pour and his If the cosmetics, canned goods cordageand Getting in touch with Turner exploding oil stove late and had to be cut before M. Markham, former chief d
family. farmer ad- binder
into the baked pie shell, and bake heres to the old and twine. and Carr of Jacksonville plans caused a $10,000 fire and dis It had reached maturity and had Army Engineers who state thi

very, very slowly (235 f) for 30( of proven principal The report recommended however were made for Carr, who was unknown rupted activities in the district attained top sugar yield. The the canal had more merit no

minutes as you would bake a mer- necessities producing as many of his I. against an Immediate order to McCracken, to buy the welfare office here. Forty workers new varieties now planted give than when he first recommend!
P as possible and considers -
:' t ingue. Cool. Shortly before serving the cash fixing new rates. fish and stipulate a time and place fled to safety through dense better balance by having some it two years ago. "It will be th

spread over the top a "fluff" he may not have crop the as opportunityto secondary, "In view," it said, "of the rath- for their delivery. The plan worked smoke and rapidly spreading mature early, some in mid-season grandest canal on the face of tit

made by, beating together until make lose I er extensive revision which the perfectly, and the three men flames and Mrs. A. M. Weeks of and some late enabling the corporation globe," he said, "basing his ass
(or ) as much
t very stiff the remaining egg white,, he otherwise would, but he moneyas will findings require it seems desirable were arrested when at the time Havana, a blind client, was led to attain maximum tion on the large Increase la Cui

sugar, and cupful of crushed ber- have the satisfaction of knowing from a practical standpoint that agreed upon they arrived in Mc- to safety. yield. traffic since 1935.

ries. Serve at the table, pouring that his feet are on firmer groundso In the first instance the parties Cracken's car with 150 black bass, .

over each piece a generous spoon- to speak.Of should attempt to agree upon the totaling 200::; pounds LEON LAKES CLOSED coaT CIIHCHFPOH

ful of diced or crushed, sugared specific bases which are to be established Judge T. J. Jennings, Jr., be- Tallahassee A 60-day closed /HMANDIN TKI AIRS,

.i berries. Makes 6 servings. course Dr. Hume points out, with subsequent refer- fore whom the three appeared af- season on fishing in lakes and
climatic and soil ,
For another strawberry pie, filla restrict conditions normally ence to the commission of any details ter the arrest fined McCracken streams lying wholly within Leon } ,

flaky already baked pie crust or sections to farming in some upon which agreement can $200 and costs, with the alterna- county was voted by the county pleas y f i rr !* TNt our CIA or
tart just a few crops that not be reached." tive of commission here after more thana !UN t0
shells with fine, big straw 90( days in jail when he Dtrr 1'w
be classified Vertrir
may as "cash"
{ berries. Make a sauce from small but there crops, It pointed out that although the plead guilty. Sentence would, dozen sportsmen had asked for a/ \ Ar
are where
l berries by crushing simmering diversified many areas rates on only a limited number of perhaps, not have been so severe the limit. The season will be

l gently, and straining through practical but farming is not is possible and commodities were at issue, "there had it not been brought out that closed during the spawning season t r norm nor

i cheese cloth. Sweeten Julco and practiced. are principles involved In passingon on several occasions McCrackenhad for fresh water fish from March
"The sooner many of our farmers 21 to May 20, inclusive.
thicken a little with cornstarch. the lawfulness of these rates been warned by officer Lucas

Do not use flour for thickening as who have gone In for mak- to which the complaint and the that his activities were known .
ing money from a few crops get evidence about and that MARKET DKDICATED
this would give a cloudy sauce introduced in support if he did not stop
i Add a little butter to give a glaz back to the idea of producing a thereof are largely addressed the the sale of black bass he would Plant City Formal openingand 50510* la

,, ed, bllrllatn asL living for themselves and their determination of which will prob- be arrested to which warnings dedication of the huge new nAOtnRtucl r.el
families the sooner our rural life affect the rates McCracken State Farmers' Market here tookplace
ed brilliant look ably not only on paid no attention. v ONtw
to the
sauce. will be happier and more complete this week during the J
Pour the commodities specifically nam- Mitchell and Wood pled not guilty
the sauce over the big berries "
in the Die. just enough to Hume-avers. ._--- ed in__. the complaint u but on other and will be tried at a later date. _Florida_...... Strawberry o..u L__ .L Festival._ ..._ _The. /n.. .
traffic as wen." 'G''' ', wu uy urn vvi-j rat a ': .Y "- -
} t I..
make the strawberries I
stand out .
cost of $246,000, is the largest and .. r .. I
Couple Arrested \\ill '
like islands in a sea of brilliant The complaint in the case was Pi.iG I $ ..;;t--. 's
Many SubscribeIn one of the most modern rtA m.
plants of c .l\
filed with the commission
I red. With Black Bass on May .IDIU04
its kind in the entire country. It .... 'NAn'
In this delicious fresh straw- 26, 1037 by the States of Alabama, Short Month Is generally felt that the

berry pie the big berries are un Palatka-Thelma Harris and Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi market will prove a great boon new WITH

cooked so that there Is no loss of Willie Yarbrough of Seville were North Carolina, South Although February is the short- to this whole section. It was first FLORIDA

Vitamin C .The small berries are arrested on Memorial bridge Carolina, and Tennessee. The est month of the year, a large opened unofficially, In January, FUN!

cooked such a short time some of charged with the illegal transportation New York Central and other rail- number of old and new renders and has been In successful
the Vitamin C may remain. of 637 pounds of black bD.88by roads were named defendants found time to pay up their subscriptions since that time. It will handleall .

Wayne Watkins, Putnam coun- to the Telegraph. Theyare types of citrus fruits as wellas KIN FR.IEDMAN'SCARTOON GUIDE OF FLORIDA"
NEW C11BTOMRH9' FLORIDA ty conservation agent. ARE MOST DESTRUCTIVE listed as follows: the highly Important straw- 100 altTwr drawings ISO page of delightfully Interesting ti

1'ow Bit LK1IIT CO The couple were driving an especially -: F. M. Merrltt. J. B. Carlisle, C. berry crop and other products of Amusing, authentic, eondsely written. Complete with l-coon4
Let a loral nun who a..l.(.drou constructed R. Robinson, Carlyle Rltch E. E. I this area. lsed cartoon map'f 1X0 at your local book store or wr1tI
coupe equip-
In obtMlMlntr 1, 1".la Gainesville Fla. I
ae -Although like-
.vice do your 11...... WlrflnIteaiinnablv. .. ped with a concealed compartment Norman, Earl Cook, Sr., O. W. .w. SOUTHERN FEATURES. Inc. Box 1740 Jax.. lint
Berrlc.. Drpradnbl for the transportation offish ly to be harmful at any time of I Griffin, J. B. Sapp, Ernest Wll- - ----

O. J. PHILLIPS Lawler Watkins said. the year fires in farm woodlands mot, Mrs. Charles Burton, C. N.

Watkins said that he believedthe during March, generally are especially Shaw, Mrs Jean Gaskins, J. E.

couple had been marketing destructive to timber, says Warren, G. P. Shuford Roy

DRINK MORE black bass in Georgia for some L. T Nleland, farm Forester with Thomas, J. J. Rlgdon C. C. Butler -
r time but that until yesterday con- J. D. Overstreet, Mrs. For SaleThe
MILK servation agents had been unableto the State Agricultural Extension Ida Sweat, W. H. Smith W. A.

get evidence against them. Service. High winds coupled witha Meads, T. J. Perry, M. P. Math-

The pair will face trial today maximum accumulation of win- eny Mrs. A. A. Annie, Mrs. N N.

before County Judge C. S. Green. ter-killed ground cover and Norton, Mrs Frank Morgan, Katie
9 new Federal
9v The woman was released undera growth starting In most forest Dell. W. H. Han-ell Mrs. W. H. Land Bank is offering for quick sale, several farm

$200 bond, while Yarborough is Green Mrs. V. B. Harrell A. A. properties in
still in jail. trees, all combine to make fire Edwards, Dr. J. W Brownlee W. Bradford County, at a real bargain and on very

And Drink damage severe at this time of the A. Besscnt Jr., C. V. Inglerlght, easy terms, as follows :

AREAL.. LINIMENT year, he says. Then, too, most of W. E. Daughtery, E. B. Andreu,
I Mrs. N V. Robinette, H. E. Johns
The Best the forest seeds ,
For particularly those
fifty years Ballerd'sSnow Liniment Miss Ruth Johnson, A. F. P. King
FROM has muscles been the favorite for easing. th of the pines which were shed last R. B. Whitehead, A. B. Williams, 40 acres, known as the Mrs. Anna Baxter Farm located 7 miles
made ,
sore by over-work
PETERSON'SDAIRY much exertion, strains, sprains or, anti to fall have sprouted and millions of S. J. Norman, E. C. Priest, J. H. Northwest from Starke with

bruise Get 8 30c or 60c bottle ana little forest seedlings are now hid- Walnwrlght H. L. Hough, C. F. approximately 30 acres cleared.

keep it handv.CARPENTER'S. den In the grass. These will prac- Kalch Mrs. A. A. Smith Slmmle (fair improvements) This farm
DRUG STORE tically all be killed in a March Bradford Hunter Harvey White, suitable for strawberries,

fire, Nieland points out. He adds Mrs. L. W. Klckllter, Mrs. E. J. and any other general crops grown in this section.
that farmers should exercise particular Flynn, C. V. Brown.

LII care to prevent fires in .
pulpwood cuttings where many Bring your old sterilized cotton 80 acres, known as the W.
Full line of Casket St Undertakers Supplier dead tops are lying among or near rag! to tho Telegraph, and receive I D. McKinney Farm, located 5 miles

AMBULANCE SERVIOE living trees and in areas where 5c a pound<< for them. No buttons West from Lawtey with
DAY AND NIGHT approximately 20
slash or acres that could be
pine plantings were made pant, though;
S3 PRONE.N"3 during the past several I easily put into cultivation. This
G. II. BENNETT.' Mpr. years r farm has no improvements
"A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" Fires In such areas are almost certain but ,
it does have
to result In heavy losses of MR. FARMER a quantity of young pine timber.
farm timber.

The extension forester urges There will be a tremendous 50
I. farmers to take proper demand for hues as the Ernest M. Futch Farm
THE WORLD'S GOOD NEWS precau- thin year. Put Snnth' located M miles
tions in
safeguarding their farm your order in now with a small from
will come to your home every day through I woodlands. He says this can us- deposit. Lawtey, with approximately 18 acres cleared

THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR ually be accomplished by plowing One 2 room dwelling. (Electricity ,

Am tmtmtational Doily NtwtpaperIt fire lines around and through the Our flue are welded. They is Available).

:It_ ... ... forest tract by will not come apart under' the
cia for you the worM'i ...trvetM del_. Th Monitor removing distinct 20
dot not exploit ortra* or MnMtton ruilUi r OOM It tenon Uwm, fire hazards, by posting the land severest! beat. I acres, known as the William
.. .
but d.aIa orr Ur ly vith uum p.stares for Pringle Farm
buy all located
mra and
(a* l 3 miles
Iamll". UMIwltnc tna w..., M..tilM SMUon.VIM against burning, and by ,
.._- --._.__.-_.----- .._..._ _.._ .. a providing Our Fine Don't Cost Northwest from Lawtey with
--- knapsack I
------------------- fire pump and fire approximately
i On CbrUMM. Norway Bchmo IlL....., Boston.FubMobliw MMuehiuwtt Boetetv. swatters In a convenient place for Any Mora And They Are (Good Strawberry land acres cleared.

.r Plow a mm ofi' my ..._r""loo to TIM Chrutiaa. Scl.nc. Monitor far use In case of emergency. He also Better' I ).

r:= $12.00 s month MM month. (]00 1 month $.Mon suggests that a close: watch be Support Your Home Industry
wedn..dy "' 11.,In.ladml.. Ma........_ : I rest'] o. a...u
.... during days of high winds and SEEGEORGE over, and then if interested
-------------------------- dry write A.
---- C.
: ------------------- j
weather. Fires Wilson ,
according to Nle Salesman
Addl--- -.,. the Bank
-----i_ .Cep..--R.Aei------------------ land are still the greatest destroy WARGO I j Hotel White House Gainesville -

ers of forest trees and most of LIVE OAK. FLA. n Florida, for price and terms. ,

them can be prevented. i r j


-- - - --- ----.- .. ... _.. 'f ,'i1..i t{{ ",
------ f '
sitting up. Starkey wore a worried f MISSION HALLfitt ---.r ">n j r, \1
'I look. T.VBKKN'ACLE r ',
Colonel Webb 1 G
turned to Blake. ,. .,
f :I I "I want to congratulate you for Mr Chas Slater of the Oriental ut1t'i"t: /1.'

" )- I 16 UT :, killing Morgan" he said. Missionary Society was the guest }'

x ; Blake motioned toward Starkey. speaker at the Mission Hall last i
w 'MJ'No1o-"
r"- "Congratulate him," re suld. Tuesday night. There was a large
I crowd that came out to hear him. I
HALSEY:: RAINESso IIQIT "So you killed him!" Cole ex I
claimed. Rev. Emil Gllam of Green Cove
Springs and some of his members; I METHODIST

bapp4"netl so far I 1m.t planted his foot firmly on Blake's Starkey nodded. "As soon as I Rev. and Mrs. Fields of Detroit Rev. L. A. Shepherd, Rev. Frank Roblnnon Supplied by Rer. Fred.. Terkei, Jr. Rev W T McOuIrePastor
hl\8 Paator Dr. Illoe and Hector
'd by Blake Cantrell as part and pummeled away viciously un knew Arnold was really Morgan, Michigan and Mr. Vipperman of A. J. Thomas. Supt. K. K.Pastor Perryman Itev.Rev. Dr. Adam Sunday School Supt.MUD Sunday School Supt.
<< Ia"e.runnlng ganaCap.- til Blake finally managed to I had to kill him, Marshall, for West Virginia were some of the Sunday School: lien Superintendent OrranletMrs. Ella J. SaaMOrganist Alex Ira Wllnon
O? my own Sunday School of Church School m. M. Dart /Sunday School ',
1 of the Bul squirm loose. self-respect. He eyed
out of town visitors Mr.
StArk" nU 1ger present 9:45 A. M. Church School Mrs JanipH Carltale l 10 o'clock
Into jail, butt Cole hopefully. "And of course I Fields Morning Service Church School Supt. Service 'VorehlpIervlce/
18 thrown Back to the attack, Blake got is General Secretary of theChlldren's 10 A. M. Roy Mathews
line, knew there was a reward offered 11 A. M. Morning Worship Sunday School, Every 2nd Sunday
eI'IIpI'II with the help of In several hard body punches, on for him." Bible Mission and Mr. Baptist Training11'iilon. Service, 11 A. M. Church School 10 A, M. 11 o'clock a. m.
Meant ia 6:3(1: ( P M. 10 A. M.Mornlntr 7:30: o'clock p. "'.
' faithful I ly to receive an uppercut In re Vipperman a Gospel singer. Kvenlng WonahlpService. Sundays __ 11 A. M.
t, his! "Hmmm. There's EveningService, TaO P M. Wor Prayer Meeting
by a deputy, that still a little There was also quite a from : hlp ____ .
<<.oppwtb'tl turn Jarred him back on his group 7:30 P. M. Young People 11 A. M Fridays 7:30: P. M. WvdnfMday Night
t finds the bandit, fceaded by heels They clinched for a mom charge against you, Starkey," Cole Faith Temple who came to furnishthe Prayer Meeting- League Meetings Holy Dajr.__10 A. M. 7:30: o'clock
" M on the said. "So, while the reward is offered music. Wednesday, 7:30: P.M. 6-30: P. 1\(. S
l Starkoy comes ent. Then Blake drew blood from Pianist MIN. ALLIANCE
'old. Prayer Meeting
, ]In time to Join the ensuing Starkey's mouth and nose. Mad asa I'm not sure you're going to Mr. Slater told several storiesof Mrs. Mona Canova Wednesday, 7:30: P.M. MISSION HALLSponsors President
be able to Choir Director GOSPEL TAB.apomored .
r 11 Kht, u lpe( out the slave run. bull, Starkey rushed again and come forward and claim the work his organization in John 1[. Powell Mr. F. II. Long, The Uoblnaon Rev Frank
> it He
turned to Blake "Did OiganlHt and Choir
turns on Blake. for a long minute they slugged away you doing In foreign lands. This work Chairman
anal get that evidence?" Board of Deacon Director Mr. and Mrs.J. Mr. and Alre. Vice PresidentThe .l
-- at each other. A terrific was begun by a Mr. Cowman a J. F. Klckllter Mrs. H. K. Perryman, J. T. QulgUyTCvan Her. Castle
CH.\PTEB ELEVEN! punch to the side of the jaw sent Blake stared for a moment, look- one-time employee of the Western Chairman Assistant organist T. Qulftley .r..llitlo Service SbepherdSecrelQryTreaeuPft
Ing from Cole to Starkey. Hoard of Trustees T. T. Long Asnlstant Bible Study, each each Friday evening l
'* look what you done! Blake to the ground and Starkey "I Union. The germ of the plan Is I> Q. Powell l Choir Director Tuesday evening7lSO '7:30 o'clocken The Rev Fred Yerkee.

' ikfy; anarled. "If you hadn't Jumped on him. As he did so, "made a mistake, Marshall the training of a native missionary 1--
he said finally. "That
Jawln' at rae "he couldn'te Blake, clutching desperately, managed not a Bullet Line was group who go from house to house PASSION PLAYIN at the Church this week. "The smaller communities. Through, ?
made no break to catch Starkey's heel, with the gospel message.It Passion Play" or "The Life of the recommendation of a former
Starkey almost choked the
lake thought quickly. Starkey throwing him to the ground too. coffee he was sipping, and Webb would probably be a good MOVIE FORM Christ," is veritably a treasured pastor of the Baptist Church the ,

Idn"t hestltate to kill him just Blake jumped up. looked startled. Idea to institute a work of that SHOWN TONIGHT heritage of the ages, to all ChrUtlan representative stopped off here .w.,

he had Arnold. Suddenly\ a "Come on! Stand up and fight!" "It wasn't?" Cole said. nature in this country A groupof people, whose faith Is anchored and agreed to this showing. It Is '

? formed In his mind. he sneered. "No sir." Christians going about from cityto in the resurrection of Jesus of hoped that people of our community '
the -
' There goes your ten thousand Breathing heavily, Starkey tri- Cole to city visiting every home and Sunday morning congregation Nazareth. The dramatic version, of every denomination and
apologized Starkey and at the First Methodist Church
iars and your coat of whlte- ed to get to his feet. As he did extended his hand. Starkey took leaving there a Gospel of John the Sacrement : given periodically, !in Europe, at of every walk of life will fill our %
th' he said He paused a mot so, his hand came In contact with It, and then turned to Blake. and a word of personal testimony of worshiped the Lord's administered Oberamcrgau, and Freiburg, are Church to overflowing for this

waiting for his words to the broken branch of a tree. He would spread the good news to Supper visited by hundreds of thousands great event. !
feeling all right? he asked the the Rev. Frank
by ,
in. "Come on, shoot me and lashed out furiously, until the stick those who never go to church. Robinson.pastor The full ritual of the : of Christian people from nil sec Our Church Is anxious to bring ;

Ii'e goes your neck." broke off In his hand. Then they "Fine; how about you?" One thing is certain, that is the Church was used and was supplemented I tions of the world, at enol.mousI features to our community that ?l

:tarkey smirked wisely. "Who's went at it again with their bare "Me, too." He turned to Webb. people are not going to the by the congregation sing expense. The public of Starke is will be for the elevation of the

,lg, to know who shot you ? fists.From "Well, Colonel, you didn' get the churches and the only way to ing and by responses&! from the 'to be given a rare opportunity of Spiritual life of our people. We ;

L'll\ Just be one more man that now on it was a straight franchise away from the Bullet reach them Is by going to them. Choir, accompanied at the organ ; seeing the world-famous "PalltlionI cordially Invite anyone who ls> not {'
he match. In few minu The world conditions Play" motion picture based upon, %'>'
killed In this fight, reAed slugging a Line after all did ?" today I otherwise affiliated with Church
you by Mrs. F. H. Long. The evening ,
tes now both were bloody and ex "Don't need to, now" Webb replied call for the greatest consecrationof service consisted of congregational and patterned after, both Feidburgand to make our Church your Church :, }

They'll still hang you," Blake hausted. Mustering his last bit of "We got all the rights of those who love our Lord and singing, a few moments of quiet Oberamergau productions, and Come and worship with us regu ''

Bsted grimly strength, Blake saw an opening from Saviour Jesus Christ. The Trum actually produced In Europe, the larly. You are welcome.ENGRAVING. 1j
way we want, Miss Susan meditation in the light of the cross
blot when I tell them I killed He lashed out and Starkey went Griffith. Just before she left'for pet must sound a true note before which hangs In the pulpit alcove, Holy Land, and Egypt, with spec- ,,
Lgan. I'll get the reward." down heavily This time he lay Boston she we can expect the sinner to ial organ and choral music, on -0------ --
seemed pretty dis a special musical selection by the
I Who's going to believe you?" there, gasping couraged she sold us every- answer. "If the trumpet sounds Intermediates, and a sermon by sound equipment, depleting many

tarkey's Jaw dropped. "Walt a minute let's forth an uncertain note, who shall famous scenes in the Life, Cruel-
thing we wanted. of which
the pastor, the subject "
iOh, you're stupid," Blake said, talk this over," he stam- Starkey let out a roar. "I don't prepare himself for battle" asks was "Jesus Today." fiction, and Resurrection of Jesus,
his momentary ad- mered. Paul. at the First Methodist Church, on ;
Bowing up believe[ !
Itage Starkey was silent for "You had enough?" Blake said, you Next Sunday morning the pas Friday night, March 10th (tonight Rr
Webb smiled. "Too bad, TAIIKRNACLE: ,. I'
will and will be assisted
tor preach I )) at 7:30: P. M., Everybody
I bile panting. You made a great fight, but the Last Friday night a good ser in the service by the Choir rend-
Is Invited, and admission
f-I I ain't so stupid, he said at "Yeah, Starkey conceded. "The wagon and stage coach business vice was held In the Tabernacle. anthem in Its usual excellent ; ,
ering an not A silver! of
wind. are necessary '
know what I'm going altitude gets my
You is finished. By next spring, our There will be another service there manner, and special musical i ;
fering will be taken, to assist In
Jdo' I'm going to take you In Blake picked up Starkey's gun tracks will be joined up with the next Friday night. Good music selections on the organ by Mrs. nf

Itell 'em I killed Morgan. Then and his( own. Marietta and Cincinnati. First of will be provided.On Long. Tho evening service will paying expenses.A i i r a
I ten thousand, get elect- "Get your coat," he ordered. very gratifying departurefrom mF
get my May we'll start our first through
Friday, March 17, Rev. Pat be conducted by the Intermediates
train for Missouri. That'll be a the usual movie presentation
Wimberly of the Franklin Street and following their Introductory

great day for Cumberland." Baptist church of Jacksonville\ worship service the pastor will\ deliver In churches Is the highly spiritual

(To be continued) will have charge of the service. a short sermon. The following level and atmosphere of mcclltn- ',

r .-- Keep this date in mind and planto boys and girls will have partson tlon and prayer established and THE FINEST THAT

.5 BETHEL be there.ST.UtKK the program, Virginia Anderson maintained throughout the entire MONEY CAN HUY

Dire! HuHlo Gllsson, Cor. r Bobby Biggs, Shirley Colley program which has hem one of the

: CHRISTIAN CHURCH Ida Lulu Davis, Marjorie) Davis, fundamental objectives of the
r P .r, Mis Annie Carter and childrenof Buddy Davis, Mike Dew, Klsle "National Bureau for Religious .

Oviedo are spending strawberryseason The Rev. W. T McGuire will Green, Garnlta Hutto, Bryan Har- und Educational FllmV under

.h with Mr. and Mrs. Calven fill his regular appointment at the rell, Patsy Keen, Billy\ Lee, Comer whore management this film Is WEDDINGINVITATIONS
Glisson, Christian Church Sunday morningat Perryman, Sonny Peek, Virginia bring presented. This magnificent "'

The Rev. and Mrs W. E Hall 11 o'clock a. m. and 7:30: o' Sewell\ Leonard Smith, and Freddy program In picture, music, ,,

and children of Green Cove clock p. m. The Woodman Circle Wimberly. and address in attracting; Immense BIRTH

Springs were dinner guests Sunday members will sing two or three Wednesday night at 7:30: o'- audiences in many of the largest

I of John Bowers and family. songs accompanied by Mrs. Maude clock the Ladies of Circle No.1, Churches In the United States and ANNOUNCEMENTSSYMPATHY 1''.

Mrs. Maggie Gutlm of Starkewas Andrews at the piano. The Rev. of the Womim's Missionary Soc Canada, having been exhibited In '

,, the dinner guest Sunday of C. C. Butler will also direct several iety, have been Invited to conductthe over two thousand of the principal

Mr and Mis. M Gllsson.HAMPTON. songs. service, basing their remarks Churches, to more than one ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

---- --.- --C= on the subject "The Beginning of million people during the past two A i iiS'o

GRAHAMMIH. the Ministry of Jesus," Kach Wednesday years. A capacity audience In anticipated
loeal for the II.
MIsB Ada Mninio, CorrespondentThe I,. C. Smith, C'or. evening during the Lenten heie The public Is are agents/ the South' tlnPat
ISlrrw Co.
"Come on,you Cellar-' season special services are held very cordially( Invited, and! me ti ,

i'ij' ,' Gutted Startttyfratea railroad rpyl" I -- Mrs. C. Fogg was a business dealing with some phase of the urged to be In their seats eurly KiifrrntrrN.: Their entire (y
-' J Rev. C, R. Robinson was a line of I-'Ine" KiifrntvliiK Sample, '
I visitor to Starke Saturday life and ministry of Jesus. We feel highly honored to have .1
Business visitor to Ocala this l ruHIng 21) or 82.
'n limy >e een by
"'n Mr and 1 Mrs Roy Reynolds<1 A service of special Importanceand t the privilege of thin picture hereas

I mayor, and after that 'ii at&il Starkey wiped blood from his week. children of Reddick were visiting Interest to not only membersof Starke Is one of the smallest

&. to you. He waved his gun face. "Where's that whiskey?" he Mrs. W. P. Blrt spent the week- Mrs. Reynold's parents, Mr. and of Church but to everyone In towns that the production has ever Bradford County
end with her daughter, Mrs. Ira ( ,
Inuclngly. asked. Blake handed him the bottle Mrs. E. Strickland, Sunday.The the community is planned when been Klven In, the demand In the ,'
lake hid a smile. and Starkey took a deep swig Brown of Gainesville. the wonderful motion picture of larger cities has b'l'nto great thatIt Telegraph

|It might work and It might "Come on, we're starting for Ralph Pearsall and brother have of Starke Rev.filled L his G. Hemingway I "The Life of Christ" will be glv- was not possible to book the ,..-.-._... I '___ oil'
Cumberland," Blake said, pocket- returned to their home in Michigan regular ap- ;,
road" after spending a few months at pointment at the Baptist Church -
\'It'll work, Starkey said with ing the bottle. "There's the
|urance "Where's them horses ?" "No road for me," Starkey said their winter home here. Sunday morning and evening,

i'Some of them ran away and 1 "I'm takln1 a short cut. There Mrs. C. L. Houser and son of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Casey and ,

rest were shot;Blake said. He I' might be some of them crazy Alabama were guests recently of family of Lakeland have recently

Iced that Staikey limped as galoots from Virginia out lookin' Mrs. Houser's mother, Mrs Ida moved to our community and we

i started to walk toward him. for me with a rope." Maxwell.The welcome them Into our midst. Y'
Rev. W. C Burton, pastorof Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Dyal were
we got to hoof it twenty Blake nodded, and they started Y's
Bes the Christian Church at Sampson visiting Mr. Dyal's sister, Mrs.
through the snow, Starkey laboriously toward a steep, snow-
|d. "Get going Cantrell." covered hill. On and on they City, filled his regular appointment Bert Stokes, in Gainesville Sun' t
there last Sunday. day.
lake took a step forward, then trudged through the cold. With
and children of +
Mrs. Ray Colley -
pped. "Just a minute. We mayd the approach of nightfall, both
Starke were visiting here last Sun. A LOT OF FISH
some whiskey In the snow were staggering from exposureand
leaned over to reach into his exhaustion. Then black night day. TallahasseeTwelve counties onFlorida's .,
East Coast, not including
die-bag, but Starkey, susptclP covered them and snow started to
Monroe county, produced 183,040-
suddenly kicked him, sending fall again. Blake tripped, recov- EVERGREEN
of edible and
>ke face !Mr. F. A. Hosier, Correspondent pounds non- '
j first into the snow.What're ered his feet, and trudged on. t
edible fish and seafoods during the .,
[ you trying to do?" he -
nded. Starkey was limping badly now I Mr. and Mrs. Dan Rosier and year 1938, according to a report
I stumbling with every step. I about 90 percent complete compiled
Enraged. I and Miss Annie Rosier of
Blake rose to his feet, I son
"Let's stop," Starkey pleaded herewith I on March 1 by Supervisor R.
bottle of whiskey clutched in Jacksonville\ spent Sunday >
i hand. "We'll sleep a while, then we'll go relatives. I L. Dowling of the State Conservation -

Department fop., the United I 1)),
"You wouldn't have done that on. Miss Louise Rosier was visiting I t ..rY
hoot that he sneered. Blake shook him. "Fall asleep in Miss Louise Langford at Raiford States War Department Of the I :\ ,'
that's the end of total amount produced by these f1 Q1' l l't:
Starkey looked belligerent. the snow and Sunday.Mrs. < Y1tOwyF ,.,
'hat he warned. "Come on." J. S Sapp and children twelve counties 44,615,603 poundswere \ '
makes you think that you edible sheUflsh and seafood I I V ,y4 o .y ot.
I'm sleepy, with her
wouldn't?" "Lemme alone, spent Sunday afternoon .. \!
He fell to the S Rosier.. and 238,424,451'poundu were non- .. \
"Because If didn't Starkey muttered. mother Mrs. J. \
you have a edible fish used in the manufac- \ 'l-O ..
Blake \- o
closing. of Raiford .
n his Ted White was (
you know ground, eyes Mrs. .f \
break yourk ture of oils and fertilizer The ") .: > '
.,,\ ot.V' r
Rosier ;
furiously. R. S. Sunday
him Mrs.
you prodded visiting .
big dim-witted ox! i
< \>
total value of
you're goingto production was computed o""r" s\ V't:
think ,
"Oh afternoon.
uddenly Starkey tossed his so you ot. f>
gun s.t
do ? Nice and J. D. at $3,859,041.KLKCTKOCUTED. ... \ !I \\o .J :
ay. lie there and die, you B. E. Rosier Sapp were ,. \ v )-
"Well comfortable while two Inno- visitors to Jacksonville\ Friday I '- .i' --,1t ()'f I ain't and ...
got one now! o ,
for what :: IN TUB \ \ i. \. 0.:."
lalmed. cent women go to prison !" night.Mr. Palm Beach--Harley Frederick ..\ \-'r S*j < V' ., < V\o. .\" iI *
not Russell rt fo.
Mrs. Reddingand ;
and .
lake put down the bottle and you did[ Oh, no, you're o < GO'p.."
force Work, 17, was electrocuted at his ()1t o .. .
to Louise Rosier
managed and Miss .
led oft his coat, and Starkey He finally son mother's ocean-front home while II I \\l"'i' 1 1 v:: 0
lowed suit I Starkey to his feet and they were visiting Mrs. Redding'emother \v; ,r \\i' 1r -:-
he was taking a bath. He was .
"Come forward Into the dark Mrs Jean Gasklns, Mon '
on, I plunged ., tiQ'SG
you yeller-livered this fora wearing the earphones from a recording r1tD '
(Toad went on way
spy! he grated. "Theer 'ness. They day night. machine i (.
llckin1 I give you must have few more yards; then the cold Mr. and Mrs Bryant Redding .-, ,' '

1"n ott This'll last you the rest and darkness and snow took their and daughter of the State Farm Typewriter ribbons and carbon 1itiY'

your life." toll. Blake toppled to the ground spent Sunday afternoon with his
at the Bradford Telegraph

after him. Both Mrs. H F. Redding. paper County
slake rushed and took Starkey and Starkey mother. .

surprise with three straight lay there, unconscious. .
*8 to his chin, sending him off It was Davey, knowing every TRAIN SCHEDVIIJB ENJOY ()tIU MKALH

'once Recovering, the other inch of the land, who finally found Schedule of trains arriving here Acid-indigestion causes people

n lowered his head and charg- them the next morning. Togetherwith dally. Subject to change without much suffering and unhapplness.

forward. Deftly, Blake slde-[ U. S. Marshall Cole, Col.! notice. Yet, to those acquainted with

PPed, neatly tripping his oppon- Webb and a deputy he had locatedthe Southboui.d-Dae Starke BUma-Rex, this common affliction

Starkey fell heavily and, be- battlefield of the discovered previous No. 1-Local. ____._ 11.25p.m. holds little terror, for they The Above Quotation is Reprinted From "Fuller's) Florida Letter"Weekly Financial -

e he could rise, Blake leaped on afternoon. They and had that of the No. 1U-Through---- 10.29p.m. know the prompt, thorough,anti-and News of the State Published by State Senator Walter P. Fuller) of St.
sitting on Starkey's houldand Arnold's body No. 107-Through---- 8.37 a. m. effective relief this excellent

crushing the burly west- others, and, with Davey leading to; acid preparation brings. Petersburg, Florida. ',
er's face into the Star- finally found the trail leading Northbound-Due Starke They have experienced the amazing -
snow. I
y gasped for breath. Blake and Starkey. The latter was No. 2-Local_______ 5.28 a. m. : comfort and freedom of '

,ke rose and stood Laughing watching Just returning to consciousne" all No. 10SThrougb.U p m. I the scientific four-way action of I APPLY NOW TO CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
and Davey I
they drove up. and Bell Branch Blsma-Rex. I
Starke l'
Slowly getting to his feet, stooped to help Blake, while sit-the No. 101 leaves Starke 700; a. m. TRY IT I TO WAIT MIGHT MEAN LOSS OF YOUR PROPERTY ';

rkey now came slowly toward deputy helped Starkey to a No. 102 arrives Starke 1:50: p. m. Buy Bl ma-Rex at Carpenter'sthe I I

ntrell, Blake dodged couple ting position. with a pot (Dally except Sunday's) Rexall Drug Store In Starke 'II I

"d swings, then they cllncued.! Around a warm fire, soon T. J. GRIFFIN, Agent. It's exclusive agency. -

">* an opportunity, Starkey of hot coffee, the two were r,


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nilADFOD COUNTY ON Am OTICH: OF A4I.R OF TAX Nc4. ;;; 8W, & :S'; ofVRV 4 described properties In the Countyof ed by certifies v
CKKTIFICATKMNotlc SWVt Sec: 14 Tp II S. R 2> K. -I Uradford. state of Florida. of 1929 and 193-:,: ,
Bradford County Telegraph OVER WUUF MONDAY Acre. Bald' Certificate No. 981. embrace represent unpaid 'tat
I I. hereby,' given that Oeo. That Portion of 8W'/ of Blk IN 1939) both. A
P. Scott hall filed with me written The taxes to be Bold are evidenced'by < l f. 8Bof 1928o u" I I,' li
Established 1877 (Continued from Page One) request that the tax certificate together certificate !W/ | 143 ,of 1930 of !ilk I N&ol H t4pWtthaiO lien I > $39.76, ......
omittedor and represent unpaid taxes for ,the 6 8,: R. ALSO: Le.tjta.
with all subsequent NW'4 of NEVI I 8c.: 21 Tp : "
levied taxis held by the State be bare 1929 to 19.19 both Inclusive, 22 E., containing 2 Acre. ,* more or Temples Add to !Nlal'e \ II,
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Island cotton shows some pro- advertised and Hold to the highest amounting to $208.32. R. R. *21:1. I 0.
bidder for cash a* provided by Said: < tax certificates together with 'slild Certificate No. 159 embrace The taxes to bi "Id"
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida mise. Bradford County once was Chapter 18296 of the 1937 act of all subsequent omitted or Levied NW'4 of NWVi Section 30 Tp. 7 ed by certificate N" '41' I'll,
----- ---- one of the largest Sea Island cot- the Legislature, open the following taxes. will/ be Bold .to the highest. South, Rang 22. E., containing 40 of 1928 and 1933 ,r" ,brepresent .-"I\/ J.

b-:-. -L.- Matthews__________ _= _________.:Editor and Owner ton producing counties In the described Bradford real, State estate of. In Florida the Countyof to- Starke bidder at on the the 24th.Courthouse, day. of door March In Acre.The, assessment more or lelt.of the said prop- year 192' unpaid to 11139.tu h)1I*.' la\ ,

__ I wit: A. D 1939 at 11:00: o'clock A. M. under said. certificated No. 8lwas amounting to '47?:u. IAIId
erty .
TRICK? state. Prior to the advent of the Dated this the 4th., day of MarchA. of Unknown; the ALSO: Lot 5 of calk
WOULD AN OAK TREE TURN TilE Lot I of Blk 24 Temple Addition In the name Add. to Starke. 8e, 11 lJ
boll' weevil In 1918 there were 11 to Starke In NEW of NW% & Part D. 1989.f01"1"ICIAL Assessment of the said Property U t-J. J T ;
4 A booster who Is too verbose can become almost as muchof cotton gins operating In the county of W% of NEK W of Ry A NE Cor. Clerk of Circuit SEAL Court) A.of J. Bradford Thomas, under said Certificate No. 169. was taxe. to be I I
of Oeo. 8. Yerger.Unless edTby sow
6 S. R. In the name
of SF3V4 of NW(4( Sec. 28 Tp.
County Florida 3-10 St 2-24 shall b. certificate NO i\\\\ eva' |
and for this certificate
a bore as a long-winded knocker, reason we ginning approximately 3,500 22 E.The. redeemed. according said to law, the of 1928 and 1931 ,.;..,?.. '
the of Starke when bales of cotton annually. After !axe. to be sold are evidenced therein will be represent unpaid "' ,.
often refrain from singing praises even for several by certificate No.. 522 and 1205 NOTICK: Of APPf.lCATIO'V Foil properties described bidder at the year 1927 to 1931 lax'i unsuccessfully sold to the highest
such enthusiasm seems fully justified. Every now and then, trying to grow Sea Island cotton of represent 1930 and unpaid 193 taxes respectively for the year. and < TAX HIM IIKKDraatr %... t6.1 Court-house door on the first Mon amountlng'to $2538. lino23ATemples
years of 1939, 10
In the Month II
however, the urge becomes so great that we must yield and under boll weevil conditions, growers I 1929. to to 139 U6. ,2.both Inclusive amountIng That NOTICE Mr. Thelma IS HEREBY Redgrave 1IVE.V John, day which I III the 3rd., day ot April A. Tp. 6 S. R. AddB't 22 B. If.. Stark,l1.g,

lay ourselves open to the charge of excessive "boosterism." In 1920 were forced to turn ALSO: LoU 9, 10 of Blk 24 Temple holder Issued. the of Tax 2nd.,Certificate dRY of September No. 35$,. D.hated 1939. this 9th. day of March A. elt The by certificate taxes to Noo, are ..w
other for cash In- Add. to "'"tarke Sec. :28 Tp. 6 S. ; I.
to some crop a A. D. 1935. has filed name In my D. 1919. of 20
Slowly, but surely, it seems to us that Starke is molding come. Many things were tried R. 22 I:. office and has made application for .OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, I represent 1930 and unpaid 1933 respertlvtl '
The taxes to be sold are evidenced tax deed to be Issued thereon Clerk of Circuit Court, Bradford tax.. ''or'
itself into one of the most substantial and livable small towns but strawberries, a 3-10 4t IUTU'J. year 1929 to 1939 hth
vegetable crops by certificate No. 899 of 1934, Said certificate embrace the following )- County. Florida. .; amounting to $99.gg ntltt I
in the It municipal counterpart of the old and livestock seemed to pay the and represent unpaid taxe for the described. property In the ------- --'- -- -- -- Said tax certlflcai.' ,
country. presents a year 1933 to 19.19, both Inclusive County of Bradford, State of FlorIda !\() .: UK II \1.1 OK T.\.\ all subsequent. "lI'oth"'
t fable concerning the tortoise and the hare. Many Florida best year after year. Vegetableswe amounting 821.0$. to'Wlt: ('KKTIKiriTKMNothf : taxes will be sold omitted' W.J"S
produce include sweet corn, ALSO: Block I, 2 Howling1 Sub- Lot. One, Three Block One,, Original l" hereby given that S. R. bidder at the Court' ? b!, >J
towns grew with rabbit-like leaps and bounds during the hectic string beans, peas. Ford Hook lima OlvlBlnn to Starke, Sec. 28 Tp. 6 Town "t Starke, In .NE% of Johns, Jr., has\ filed with me writ Starke on the KUh: thus la d
S. Tt. 22 E. HWVJ Sec :28! Tnwnshlp 6 South ten request that the. tax certificates A. D. 1939 at 11::00 "M,
,''ly boom days a decade ago, but where are they today? Still on beans, Irish potatoes, squash The taxe to he sold are evidenced Range The" assessment 22 East. of the said prop- togethervlth or levied taxes all held subsequentomitted by the A U. 1\1311.\ this the itL I. nib I It'DRttPd '

u the no doubt but of them are hanging there by cabbage, cucumbers, tomatoes by certificate. No. 451 of 1932 erty under the Bald certificate Issued State be advertised and sold to thehighest (OFFICIAL SEAL
L map, ; many and turnips. 1235 nf 1931. 394 of 1935 and 396 was In the name of Elvina bidder for cash a* provided Clerk of Circuit r'), \
ti the skin of their teeth ground down by debt and strangled of 1935 and represent unpaid taxes Morgan.L'nlvsa. by Chapter U298 of the 1937 act (County, FloridaFOR n 6s.
9 "Today we are stressing one of for the year 1931. _to. 1939=!. ,_both Inclusive snld certificate shall bel lof the Legislature, upon the following It tl
: amounting '1 U,111. redeemed according to law the I described real estate In the < --
by the backwash of business stagnation. our most Important crops--strawit -
ALSO: All that Portion between nonertv dencrlhed therein will ba County of Bradford. State of Flor- 1
Starke, on the other hand, has experienced a slow but rrtcs. According to the best In- I Frao'l Lot n of Blk 1 Original Town Hold to the highest bidder at they I ida, to-wit: | I ALL
formation obtainable- Strawberries 6 Church 8t, Ex. S 52H ft.. Orlwln- smut hntiMe door on the first Monday I W44 of SWV4' of PFi' :% Sec. 9 Tp. FORMsdINSURANCE
'i steady growth and we have only to recall the plodding tortoise c.l Town of Stork! tn NKVi of SW'i! In the month of April 1939. 6 P. R 22 E., 20 Acres
were first grown In Bradford Sec 28 Tp. e S. R. 22 ]r.. which I I. the 3rd., day of April 1939.! The taxes to be sold are evidenced
'1 and the swift, but quickly exhausted hare, to know County In 1886 by J. L. Brownlee, The tax.* to be Hold are evidenced hated this 9th day of March, 1939. by certificate No.. 691 and 914
i I bv certificate Non. 448 and 1072 (n.O'Il'IAI.81I..) A. .1. Thomas.. of 1930 and 19J.J, respectively, and
% which type of progress is triumphant in the long run. J. M. Truby and John Uglow. of 19.1O and 1933 respectively, end Clerk[ of I'lrcult 'ourt of radf"rdl'ounty represent unpaid taxes for the year
few of berries Florida 3-10 41 3-31 1929 to 1939. both Inclusive, amounting -
Only a acres were represent unpaid taxe for the
?}r When the building program, some of which is still in that and for several vcarn 1A29 to 1939. both Inclunlve, i iPi'cn'ic to "6.77.AJ.80 PLEASE PHONE J,
grown year 0.J'P'.I'IO FOil : Lots 8, 9 of Blk 20 Temple
t progress and some of which has yet to be completed, or even years afterward. There berries amounting $34.77. TAI:; >..:..:.> Add. to Starke, Sec. 28 Tp. 6 S. I
ALSO!' : Lot 1 and 2 of nik 3 JohneSubDiv. .. .
lllll \ 1f1:1I R. 22 E.
achieved will have almost everythingthat were of the Nunan variety, a ., of NF:'.. of NRVi Sec' 33 <<< .u t. ft.
started Is finally we NOT JI'I': IS IIEHK1Y: (1'"V. The taxes to be Hold are evidenced I HAROLD C.WAgency
small very firm berry, which Tp A S.' H. 22 E.. 2 Acre. Thnt V. :M. l'1L\h" holder of Tax by certificate Nos. G97 and .1117 ot /
could be desired from the standpoint of "livability" and The taxes to be cold are evld.."- rvrtlflcates[ Numbered respectively. 1930 and 1934 respectively, and represent -
r could withstand the rough trip to 'd hv certificate No. 889 of 1911.vnd 981 Issued August 7th., 1933 and unpaid taxes for the years II
convenience in a small town. The past few years have seen market without the aid of refrig- I reprenont unpaid taxes for the tnt' Issued September 7th., 1936 has 1929 to 1939. both Inclusive, amountIng -

the construction of a new city hall, the enlargement of our eration, which was unknown at I I amounting! to to $$221! both Inclusive Filed made application name. in my for office tax deed and to has be to $35.62.ALSO: Lot. 1 Blk 23 Temple Add. Agcy. Est. Over 50 y61f

that time. This variety of berries I ALSO!! W(. o' "'V% of SE'4 Sr-c" Issued thereon. Said certificate I Inif to htuike, t'I.'p.. a it. -L c...
of streets the build-
s.,9t court house, the widening our principal was grown by a few growers until I 11 Tn. 6 s. R. 21 R, 20 Acres. ""f\v\ embraces the following The taxes tu be sold are evldenc-
ing of a comfortable community center (American Legion The taxes to be Hold are evidenced :
the method of making artificial by certificate No. 187 of 1930! ,
Home) the completion of a State Farmers' Market, the con- Ice was discovered. Shortly after and represent. unpaid taxes for the
1929 to 1989. both Inclusive
struction of the first of three units which will eventually this, J. M. Truby of Starke. Invented amounting to $49.$7. j
the strawberry Reefer, a ALSO: "WW' of NW J of NE'/l I
E comprise a fine elementary school, the beginning of a substantial container which holds both ice and NRV, of NWVl Sec. 14 Tp 6. 8. R. ,
MI 21 E., 60 Acre .IC1ut
U armory, and the promise of a fine new postoffice. strawberries and keeps them at a The taxes. to be Hold are evidenced bf 'dJtol, fed Ut w1.i4tnth

I In addition to this of low temperature until they reach by certificate No*. 146 and 148 fiteatld d &hI "&ldlJm of :,
public building an un-
; great
program ,
the market. After this invention of 1930 and 1934 respectively, andreprenent &h" BejMbmU AiAlrlntV Win fAeta.
_ usually large number of comfortable private residences have unpaid taxes' for the year I '
varieties of larger, better-flavored 1929 to 1939! both inclusive, amounting .
been, and are still being constructed. berries such as the Clouds Dixie to $182.94
ALSO: 8WV4 of Sw 4 Sec. 18 Tp.
+' Another factor that augurs well for the future of our Belles, Brandywine, and Thompson 7 S. R. 21 E., 40 Acre. |AREYOUAFRAIDTOUAVU> Wl

could be grown. Strawberry The taxes to be ,sold are evidenced Tues. Thurs. Mon.
community i is the prospect that Road 13 will finally be com- acreage increased after 1920 when bv certificate No.. 137 and 482 Wed.Fri
of 1902 and 1931 respectively, and WHY? WHY? WHY?
( pleted, increasing the volume of tourist travel through hereto the boll weevil ended our Sea represent unpaid taxes for the year

i what i t should have been all these if the large Island cotton; many more farmers 1901 to 1939. both inclusive amount ".... -
years ing to $157,15ALSO Th most astounding motion pletve aver fUmed March
t amount of benefit possible from this important highway had turning at that time to berries as : SE% of SW>4 Rx. 1 Ac..e March thtwlnf In bbydleading the proc prominent-
their chief cash crop. The acre- In NQ! Cor. Sec. 20 Tp. 7 S. R. 21 14.15YOU v. endorsed doctor And lndlrfdaal 13, 15, 11
not long been nullified by an unfinished stretch between age rose to nearly 600 acres !in E.! 39, Acres. 1 *. .
The taxes to be cold evidenced 'Wmr
are -
Baldwin and Callahan. about two years and gradually Increased by certificate Nun 232 and 601 -I
4 1 n. until in the 1930's about n' 1910 and 1913 ..g.n....._I.. ..nd e SEE
} ;summer: business in ;Starke: will I be aided more and more 900 harvested each :; ;represent: :;;;.: ni-.ld;; tnxFx; ;fo"t: ,; LEARN
i acres were 1929 to 1911. both :
by the increasing number of vacationists who flock to Kings- year. Last year Bradford County ,,I amounting year to $103.81. Inclusive ..N a laral. Eaij
...AU of Nature'sGreat Childbirth
( ley Lake every season. Already, the supplies purchased by enjoyed a very profitable season, Ry ALSO Ex.: 5 All A. NW Sold% of(' NEV4 A. Crews W of A10x. My ter.IM .

these colonists is considerable stimulant to trade when some 850 acres of strawberries 5 A., Sold U W. Wilson & Ex. ?N a t ora.. Difficult
a summer R A.. In 'hr. Childbirth
of the Missionary varietywere to J. 11. BevM & 1 1
here and with this resort becoming and popular Kx. about 2 A., owned by R S. ..All the Store
more more
harvested. Due to the good Waadln Sec. 29 Tp. 7 S. R. 21 R.. of Pregnancy _
k and the number of homes there increasing every year, our season last year we are now/ harvesting 20 Acre. ..A Famous:
,.An the Secrete .
The taxes to he Bold are evidenced St.eooPerScion:
merchants have a steadily growing market to help them nearly 1,500 acres of ber. by certificate No. 241 and 536 of Motherhood -form a -
rice, an Increase of more than 80 of 1930 and 1933"re..pectlvely. and tUlo Caesarian
take the slack during an otherwise'dull time of represent unpaid taxes for the
up year. percent over last year. Average yearn
1929 tn 19311. bqth} Inclusive, amounting If You Dave. Weak Heart or Faint Easily, Wo Advise
; Of course, we do not mean to imply that Starke is perfect yield of berries in Bradford Coun. to $70.40, You Not to See This Picture However-There Will Be
ty is approximately 123 thirty-six AI-KO: Begin 210 ft. E of SW Cor a Nurse In Attendance Throughout the Showing of -
or that it ever will be. Even with all the above named pint crates acre. However nf JSK'4' of UK'Sec.. 19 A Hun N THE PICTURE YOU WILL NEVER FORGET

achieved, there will always be others to hope and work for. yields of 250 per crates per acre have, ft.378 to ft n..1104",., Sec. ft.19, Tp.K 378 7 S.ft K., W 22 104 E. Continuous And Paramount' Newest Laugh Hit Continuous

We are in sore need of more paved streets, especially around been obtained, depending on the The taxes to be Bold are evidenced I from "BOY TROUBLE"
1 by certificate NOH. 259 and 1441 starring from
,, our court house and city hall, and there is no use denying soil, weather conditions and the of 1)2! and 19:13: respectively and 11 A. M. MARY BOLAND and CHARLES RUCCLES 11 A. M.P'Kve .
market. Our
picking season In represent unpaid taxed for the
;i that the successful functioning of our farmers' market pre- normal years runs from late Feb- amounting year 1925 to to $99.33.1939 both Inclusive I

sents a serious problem, and one with which the entire ruary to late April, with the peakof ALSO!' : AVH{ of Blk 12-Livingston, "

I. county should be deeply concerned. But taking it all in all I Iwc're production In March. Truby && Co' Sub-Dlv., of NKVi:
of NEH Bee 28 Tp. 6 S. R. 22 E. o E
"We have had quite an abnormal The taxes to ba void are evidenced -
pretty lucky. season on our strawberries this by certificate No. 385 of 1934 and I I

Looking at it from an advertising angle, one of the year. We began picking berriesIn represent 1933 to I93U unpaid, both taxes Inclusive for ,the amountIng years- i :

l greatest needs of our town, perhaps, is a "talking point"- January, which was rather ear- ALSO to $52: WV4 23. ofSWVi'. & NW4! of FLA. ,
ly, and we have sold more than
something with which we can "sell" ourselves to newcomers
three quarters of a million
', and prospective residents. Every successful salesman must thus far, growers receiving pints ap- r ,I':!%. 'r 'IJ' : : r 'r _

have a "line." That is why each new model automobile hast proximately $55,000 for them. A

several gadgets that might not be awfully important to the visit from Jack frost just a few ...
days ago killed most of our straw *
efficient operation of the car, but which serve their most berry bloom thus delaying full
useful purpose in giving the salesman something to talk production until late March as it ( H EVROLET Theonyowpriced

takes about three weeks for bloomto
about ; some new high-sounding phrases with which to impress -
produce mature fruit. /
the customer. And does the public love it and fall for car combinl\\
"Mulching of strawberries has
it? Well statistics show that practically every family in the been practiced since the first

__ : 4, : United States'owns an automobile plants were grown In this section. 1\11
The same methods of advertising and salesmanship that This consists of completely cover- That Best at Lowes Cos
_ Ing the bed with either pine strawor
applied to business be with equal
I' 1 are a can applied success native grass straw to keep the

__ 'R to a community. Miami Beach is a beautiful place, but if fruit clean by preventing direct ttitti

} I you think that ninety percent of the glamorous stories you contact with the soil. This pro- _
tects the berries from sand and
f' read concerning it aren't sheer ballyhoo, then you are indeed they do not need to be washed be- **>* FISHER

gullible. But the people love it. They eat it up. And they fore packing. It also prevents de- gtqke"'Cuifgn

+ flock to Miami Beach to see what the shouting is all about. cay. This is the only area in the .

_ _; Our lack of glamour (if we may use this overworked state mulched."In where. strawberries are I ': i 9

word, for want of a better one) was hit upon by Col. D. E. closing. I would like to take rdlntM ,

Knight in a clever speech at the school house last Friday this opportunity on behalf of the

night. Being in the hotel business, he benefits by the stimulation farmers of Bradford County to JI.I.
thank the Florida Farm Hour and lJ..
of new ideas from the constantly changing source of State radio station WRUF for devoting II0DEiN'ltI.c'/1i 1( 3J'/*

tourist who pass through here during the winter months. their attention to this tri- i 1 1 vul'Acc.l.. N ufD IfAftA .

One of the more ingenious of these said recently to Col. bute to Bradford County's agricul- OCit-ailPJ".rol.,it

Knight : "You have a great little town here. It makes a ture. 4> !, .. .(a It,It.' fiefd'

good impression on the passing tourist. It has a quiet appeal! Items Crowded Out II./d

1'' for the homeseeker. But you aren't deriving your full benefit A last minute rush of advertising -

from the annual influx of travel. You aren't making theI' made It necessary for many &

most of your opportunities. You need to dramatize your items of society: and local news to

1'" town. For instance, take that huge oak at the foot of Road be this omitted week. These from will the be Telegraph held over It take. the host In motor car design, engineering and manufac ff Eacl.MOpFRN, yM'ORIfEA eB ; t

13 on Call Street-why don't you memorialize it? Why don't and printed In our next Issue. turing to give the best In motoring results. w p
Today, a, always 4 r
you surround it with an iron fence and erect a tablet stating Chevrolet e I werebih

,I that some famous old Indian chief once slept under its NOTICE brings you the best In modem motoring at the lowest RdTllxa F
The Board of Public Instruction
branches during the early settlement of Florida? That is of Bradford County Florida will cost purchase price, operation and upkeep. See this car at

l what you need. The tourists would love it. They would get receive sealed, written bids upon your Chevrolet dealer's-fodayl IDon't

a big kick out of walking around this beautiful old tree and I Its various bus routes, as per
i plans and specifications and re- Be satisfied r
I' ', + picturing in their mind's eye the old Indian chief lying there I quirements for each route on file with/ anything but the best. !,ODtRffZ ;'

beneath its shade. No harm would be done and your town In the office of the undersigned BUY A CHEVROLET .......DA.__ fE I/FEATUIl;

would benefit infinitely." Superintendent for the school ,.,., -- W

year of 1939-1940, on April 8 A. D. 1 il 11 II -f .,*N.H*|. Harass VM.UK Sot..d Aydro pabrf( E
We heartily agree with Col. Knight's adviser. Of 1939 and contracts therefor will 1I ; : '''': '$ _.:!'""" '>\\nli ti n i mtmAMt r'I't-;;: rIQhciean *" c

course, memoralizing an innocent oak tree be be awarded
might a little on April 8. A. D. SEE YOUR LOCAL / n;

farfetched, but there is a crying need here for a "talking 1939 or as soon thereafter as prac- CHEVROLET DEALER '
ticable, and will be subject to such
point, something to "Bell" to the tourists, and something to changes and modifications as may

Bet our town apart from the hundreds of other "pretty little duly be found to be necessary dur
r towns" that dot the landscape. ing the school year 9391940. CHEVROLET CO
A J. Griffia
d' We eagerly await suggestions' from our readers. I '